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UNIVERSITY 
OF PITTSBURGH 



UNIVERSITY 
PITTSBURGH 



Dar.Rm. 
:S<SV/AA JK3031 

^M^ 1833-39 

LIBRARY 



No. XVI. 

VERMONT REGISTER 

AND 

PARMER'S ALMANAC, 

FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD, 




Bein^he First after Bissextile or Leap Yea) •, 
and the Fifty-Seventh of American Inde- 
pendence. 



Calculated for the Meridian of Montpelier, in latitude 

44° 17' North, and longitude 4° 25' East from th-e 

Capitol of the United States at Washington. 



ASTRONOMICAL CAL«.ULATIOirS 

BY ZADOCK THOMPSON, A. M. 



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MONTPELIER : 

PUBLISHED BY J. S. WALTOIT, AT THE MONTPELIER 
BOOK-STORE E. P. WALTOW, PRINTER. 



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Vef^VN -\cJ^R'h<9ok. 



No. XVI. 

VERMONT REGISTER 

AND 

FAMMER'S ALMANAC, 

FOR THE YEAR OP OUR LORD, " 





Being the First after Bissextile or Leap Year- 
-and the Fifty-Seventh of American Inde- 
pendence. 



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. 



ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIOITS 

BY ZADOCK THOMPSON, A. M. 



MONTPELIER : 

^UBLISITED BY J. S. WALTON, AT THE MONTPELIER 
feoOK-STORE E. P. WALTOW, PRINTER. 



JVames and Characters of the Planets. 



4: The Sun. 
®0ThG Moon. 
^ Mercury. 



? Venus. 
©Earth. 
t Mars. 



1( Jupiter. 
\ Saturn. 
ji^Herschel. 



J^ames and Characters of the Signs of the Zodiac. 



TAries. 
n Gemini. 

sGiLibra. 



t SafTgitarius. 
X:, Aquarius. 
V^Capricornus. 
TT|, Scorpio. 



TT^ Virgo. 
S Cancer, 
b Taurus. 
X Pisces. 



JSlimes and Characters of the Aspects. 
^Ascending No<3e. Q Descending Node. 
(^ Conjunctioih or in the same longitude. 
D Quarlile, or differing 3 signs in longitude. 
S Opposition, or differing 6 signs in longitude. 



dominical Letter, 
I olden Number, 
lpact> 



Chronological Cycles. 



F 
10 
11 



Solar Cycle. 
Roman Tndiction, 
Julian Period, 



Moveable Feasts, 
eptuageaima Sunday, . - - 
,uinquagesima or Shrove Sunday, 
g^sh Wednesday or 6th day of Lent, • 
^lid Lent Sunday. - - - 
palra Sunday, - - - . 

jCaster Day, . - , - 

ow Sunday, . - - - 

_.ogation Sunday, . - - 
Ascension Day or Holy Thursday, - 
hit Sunday, - - - - 
rinity Sunday, - - - - 
dvent Sunday, - - - - 



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6 

6546 



Feb. 8 
Feb. n 
Feb. 201 
March 10 
March 31 
April 
April 
May 
May 
May : 
June 
Dec. 



Commencement of the Seasons. 
Spring begins March 20th, 3h, 14m. evening. I 

Summer " June 21st, Oh. 25m. evening. 
Autumn *' Sept. 23d, 2h. 30m. morning. 
Winter " Dec. 21st, 7h. 45m. evening. 

Solar and Lunar Eclipses. 
T. The first is of the Moon. Jan. 6, visible as follnvvs: 



Beginning l^^• 52tn. 

Ecliptic<9 2h. 54m. f Apparent time. 

Middle 3ii. 2m. f Morning. 

End of the Eclipse 4h. 12m. ) 

Duration, 2h. 20ai. Digits eclipsed^ 5° 43' on the 
Melon's southrrn limb. 

I II. The second is of the Sun, January 20th, invisi- 
ble. (^ at 5h. 2m. eveninop, J slat. 35 1-2' south. 
iThisoclipse will be central on the Meridian in ]ong. 67° 
'3' west, from Washington, lat. 61° 42' south. 
I III. The third is of the Moon, July 1st, and partly 
[visible. 

j Beginning 6h. lOm.") 

I Moon rises oclipsed 7h. S4m. | Apparent 

! Ecliptic^ 7h. 41m. } Time. 

: Middle 7h. 48m. j Evening. 

I End of Eclipse 9h. 26m. j 

I Duration, 3h. 16m. Visible Ih. 52m. Digits eclips- 
led 10° 18' on the Moon's southern limb. 
j IV. The fourth is of the Sun, July 17ih, invisible, 
(j at 2h. 29m. morning. This eclipse will be visible to 
Mie greater part of the eastern continent. 

V. The fifth and last is of the Moon, Dec. 26th, to- 
al and partly visible. 

Beginning 2h. Sim.'] 

Begin'g of total darkness 3h. 51m. j 

® rises totnlly eclipsed 4h. 24m. j Apparent 

Ecliptic^ 4h. 39ni, )■ Time. 

Middle 4h. 40m. | Evening. 

End of total darkness 5h. 29m. j 

End of eclipse 611. 29m. J 

Duration of the eclipse, 3h. 38m. Duration of total 
.darkness, Ih. 38m. Visible, 2h. 5m. Digits eclipsed, [ 
;20° 7' from the southern side of the earth's shadow. 



j TO PURIFY BAD WATER. 

j A large spoonful of pulverized alum, stirred into a 
'hogshead of bad water, will so purify it that in a few 
hours the dirt will a!l sink to the bottom, And it will be 
as fresh and clean as spring water. Four gallons mayj 
be purified by a teaspoonful. The alum should bej 
ihoroughly pulverized. i 

iiVAm..\ 1 I f "lit ih-,Ti\ r wi',!- ■1- i Ti-i ■ ii ' I .. ! I i - iii li i l 



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1B33. ' JAiMJAKY, first month. 



Parmer's Calendar. 

" How Ehdrt the rapid mcnlbs appear, 
Since round tliis board we met, 

To welcome in liie infant year 
Whose s'ar hath now forever set I 

Alas ! as I around me look, 
I think on more than I behold, 

Then glassy curls in gladness shook 



Which now are dead and damp and cold." | 
Fellow Citizens^ once^more I greet you with the cus-i 
tomary salutation of the season, a happy new year, ^x\q\ 
Avarm with gratitude for the many attentions and fa-l 
jvors which I have received from your liberal hand, andj 
with hearty wishes for your prosperity and happiness,? 
I transmit to you another message of wisdom and ex- 
perience. What I have to ask of you is, that ye con-i 
sider it well — tjiat ye treasure up the sage precepts in' 
iyour memories— but most of all that ye allow them toj 
produce a salutary influence upon your lives. The; 
iVery seasons as they go round afford abundant materil 
lals for instruction and improvement. The varying; 
;and successive pages of the great voIudjc of nalurei 
I which are daily unfolded before us present us thej 
ichoicest lessons of u'lsdom, and should be studied with! 
lunwearied assiduity and care. Even Vvhen cold amii 
icy winter rages and all the fields are mantled in vvhittj 
— when the trees are bared to the ruthless winds and 
'the streams pre all fettered in ice — when the fields are, 
mute, save the sweep of the blast or the roar of thr 
storm, and when the cold impress of deatii isensiamp- 
jled upon all things still the tokens of the divine wisdom 
and goodness are every where displayed and amidst 
the desolations of beauty and strength the careful ob 
server may trace the operations of that wonder worl'-j 
|ing Providence vvliich clothes the spring in its beauty 
and promise, and the autumn with its rich abundance. 

Are you in debt to tlie collector, the industrious 
tradesman orlaborer? — instead of gauzes and ribbons, 
take money enough to answer their demands. Are 
'your windows broken? — repair thetn rather than buy 
crakers or wine glasses. 



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3 1 days. JANUARY. 

Onward, Time, ■till speed thy way; 
Roll the Seasons swift awav — 
Bid tlie years to come and go- 
Bid the tide of Jifd to flow. 



1833. 



Q Full Mynn 6lh day, 2h. 54m. morning, 
d Last Quarter 12th day, 6h. 3Cm. evening. 
9 New Moon 20th day, 5lu 2m. evening. 
D First Quarter 2f]ih day, 7h. 33fn. evening. 



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CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 



rises 



sets 



Fi r&6. 



3 

4 
5 

6 

i7 
F 
2 
3 
4 
I0'5 
ll|6 

12 7 

13 F 
14I2 

lob 

1 6)4 
175 
186 
Il97 
20 F 
11^2 
223 
234 
24'5 

zei 

21 F 
28,2 
291 

3o;4 



Circumcision. Popular su\l 
perstitions, in one form or! 
another^ exert a more gene-yl 
j ^ Stationary, rat injluencel 
D runs Uxghtfian mostpeb-1 
Epipliony. ^Perigee, plel 
^ Stationary, are willingl 
to acknowledge. Ivipresl 
sions received in childhood 7 
are so strong that Ihe great- 7 
est sceptics in witchcraft <Sf 7 
supernatural appearances, 7 
|lst Sunday af. Epiphany. 7 
'will often ^nd themselves! 
i^ Gr. Elongation, West. 7 
suffering from apprehen-1 
sion at an unusual sound, 7 
i D runs low. or sight, ifwit-1 
©fUterbCCC nessed near al 
|2tJ S alEpiph. ;tc eclipses. i7 
^Apogee, grave-yard, atl 
\tfie gloomy hour of mid-Cl 
night. The stories cf ghosts! 
and witches and supernal- 7 
Conversion of St. Paul. 7 
ural warnings of death,! 
3d S. af Epiphany, told tol 
children, take such strong! 
hold on the imagination^! 
that judgment^ and reasonh 
King Geo. IVprocl. 1820. ,7 

A2 



38 4 
38 4 
37,4 
37,4 
364 
36'4 
35|4 
34:4 
34' 4 
33!4 
334 
324 
314 



30 

29 
28 
27 
26 
25 
24 
23 
22 
21 
20 
19 
17 
16 
15 
14 



13:4 
12I4 



22 4 
22*4 

23|5 
235 
24 6 



24 

25 

26 

26 

27 

27 

28 

29l9 

3010 



31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 



« I 
«'3 
n4 
n 5 
236 
2d D 

as 
a7 

rrg8 
njZlO 
^11 
=2= morn. 

nio 22 

Till 
t '3 
V5'5 

'6 
X7 
K8 
X9 
TIG 
Til 
^ .morn. 
« 36 
«|l 40 

n!2 52 



o2 



9 

20 

30 

rise 

22; 
40 
52 
9 
18 



32 
40 
38 
36 
33 
27 
D set. 
28 
29 i 
28 
28 
29 
30 
33 



^833. FEBRUAUY. second month- 



Farmer's Calendar. 

*' Silent is the insect hum, 

Now the wintry timo^las come 
Short and gloomy ore the dn.ys^; 

Oft the storm roars round our dwelling; 
IIovv the &now fills up the ways! 

List the winds, of sorrow telling; 
Tellinn^ of the shivcrino; of the po -.r, 
O what hardships thoy endure." 
The Romans represented time by an imnge with 
six winors, because it flew so very swiftly — and will) 
iiaet made of wool, because its steps were so very soft- 
■y, and with a head entirely bald, exceplinir a em^rle 
ock of hair or. Iho fore head. From this circumstance 
)riginated the phrase — "/a/re time hy the foretap" — tor 
It had no locks behind. It had a scythe which cut 
down every thinrr jn its rapid and perpetual course. 
Let us endeavour to realize tiie justness of these simil- 
tudes and let us remember that the art of using time 
properly is the art of becoming wise and iiappy. He 
who wastes time will be sure to want time. 
Farmers and others are too apt at this season to con- 
sider their time as of no real value to them, because 
he weather will not permit them to pursue their usu- 
il avocations out a door, and hence it is frequently 
-sauntered away in idleness. But man vvns not made 
•0 bo idle, and he v.'ho is idle counteracts the design cf 
hia existence and sooner, or later will be convinced o* 
It. Man is an intellectual as well as a sensitive being. 
He has not only a body to feed nourish and clothe, bui 
;ie has a mind, which also has a claim upon his atten- 
ion, and this is undoubtedly the most favourable sea- 
son for mental culture. See to it then that yo bo able 
o render a good account of your lime and privileges. 



Shell your corn, thresh your rye and wlical, and put 
it out of the v/ay of the rals and mice. There is some 
Tierit in starving these obnoxious animal.s.— If all that 
•-hese pilferers destroy, could be saved for benevolent 
ourposes, the real objects of charily would bo well 
applied. 



■28 days, 



1^'EbiiUAKV 



1833. 



Bid the snows descend and spread 
Carpets whife o'er hill and mead ; 
Bid tlie Corean blast arise — 
Toss the snows in wintry sl^ies. 



O i^^uil Moon 4tn day, 111. 41in. eveninfr. 
d Last Quarter llt'h day, 8h. 23m. morning. 
® Now Moon 19th day. Oh. 29m. evening. 
]) F'lrst Quarter, 27f.li day, 8h. 22m. morning. 



CALENDAH, ASPECTS, &.C. 



rise 



sets 






& 



rh. however well\l 



V. Marv. wfor-\7 



1 |6 ]) runs hi 

2 7 Purifi. B 

3 |F Septnag. S. « Perihelion.!? 
■1 j2 j? ^ c^ ©Peri, rned in.7 

5 [3 a/tei' /ife, seldom ent.lrchj\l 

6 |4 \correctthefalseimpression;il 
'i'3' l^ \Q^6 Sfgreutmultiiudes,\l 

8 6 \not kabiluated to reflection, ^7 

9 i7 find the study of nature^ (i 
lO;F |Scxagessima Sanday. im-Q 
U,2 \bihe an undoubling Sf last- 6 
l2 3 ling belief in icitchcraft 4^6 



49: 
51 



14 n 3 

14255 



.2il4 



114 

94 

8 4 

4 

5;4 55'l4,0,6 

3; 4 57:i4Tr^^7 

24 58'l4rr^,8 



5 

7 



64'l4n. D rist 



i;4 

59 5 
68 5 
56 5 
54 5 



l3 4 dhe reality of supernatural Q 53 5 

"5 



59: 

1- 

7! 



14=^ 
15.c= 

IS'iTL 



I4p 

15:6 

I6j7 



Valentine, omens. We re-Q 52 
D runs low. colled manyaG 51 



9 IS.VJ' 

time of listening to stories 6 49 5 lljl4|Y5' 

17jFiQuiriqua. S. "@Apojree.'6 48 5 12jl4i- 

18 2 b ^ ^ cf ghosts 6f %DitcheslQ 46' 5 14 14 

'Siirove Tuesday. (g)entX'6 45 5 15 

:Ash Wedn-sday. till we 6 44|5 16 

/irtre involuniarily nestled Q 42|5 18 

.closer ill the circle in ichich'6 40 5 20 

we were placed, Sj- worlds o 39,5 21 

ilst Sin Lent. St.Matlhias.'e 37^ #23 

would not have induced ns 6 36 5 24 



19 
20 
21fe 



to s:o alone info a dark cel-[6 2i 



5 27 



4 lar. The belief in super-[d 

5 h) runs high. , natural ap-\6 32i 5 28 



1 4 A^ 

* ^1 /W 

i4:x 

14,X 

14;t' 

13 « 
13,8 
13^^ 
I3n 
i3n 



21 
38 
54 
5 
14 



10 
11 

morn. 

221 
2 



29 
26 
20, 



i 49{ 
> 26: 
D set.j 
5 191 



21 
24 

28i 

30; 

34 



10 
11 
morn. 

39 

1 4 



f\ 



I 

? Venus will be the evening star till the 17th' j 
day of May, thence morninj star to the end of*] 
'.the year. 



1833. MARCH, third month. 



Farmer's Calendar. 

Sturdy March loiurns a(jair\ 

With winds and clouds and snow and rain; 
But wintry cold, and snows will yield 

And southern gales lay bare the field, 
And soon again the lovely spring 

Will to our clime return and bring 
To every field, to every grove, 

The joys ofprime, the boons of love. 
A strict attention to those things wliich can be at- 
Itended to ot this comparatively leisure season will pre- 
vent much perplexity and consequent neglect when a; 
more liurrying season shall arrwe. This is emphali-; 
cally the season for getting in readiness for the great | 
jbusiness of the year and as tins is a season for select- i 
|mg cattle, sheep, pigs and seeds for planting and snw-' 
:mg, let yuur choice invariably be guided by the follow- 
inj; maxim — Choose those animals and vegetables to prop, 
'agate from xckich have th( se qualities in the greatest per-' 
Section which ijou desire their offspring to possess. 

The very reverse of this maxnn is that which is com- ^ 
nonly practiced. Farmers are too prone to sell the best! 
'because it brings a little higher price and reserve the 
.poorest for propagation. No more effectual method of; 
•deterioration could be devised. Look now to your' 
water courses — clear out obstructions, and change, 
|;heir direction if necessary, so as to distribute to ihei 
best advantage over your meadows. Cy a little at- 
tention to Ihis particular you may often times derive 
great advantage from the wash of highways, barnyards 
and other receptacles of manure. 

Let not thoa^i^vho have the means neglect the mak- 
ing of maple sugar it that article is cheap. The su- 
gar made by farmers is Ui^ually so much clear gain, 
Oecause it is made when little else would have been 
done to advantage, and besides all that it creates an 
ndependence which sliould not be a trifling considera- 
tion with our American farmers. 

L')t not the music of the spinning wheel cease for' 
want of flax. 

— '- ' '- -..-■■ — - >— r-~p— . - -^_— 



31 days, MARCH, 

Bid the sun return and bring, 
On hi3 beams, the germ of spring; 
liid the snowy carpRis yield — 
To the sky lay bare the field. 



1833 



O Full Moon 5Ui clay, lib. 55m. evening. 
d Last Quarter 13ih day. Oh. 56m. morning'. 
@ Nevv Moon 21st day, 6h. 9m. morning-. 
D First Quarter 28lh day, 5h. 53m. evening. 



'^ I -: I CALEISDAR, ASPECTS, OiC ' 

2 a 1 'risoslsetg 



S.|P]|r&s. 



o 

6 
7 
8 

9 

10 

11 

12 
15 
14 
15 

16 
1 

IB 
19 
20 

21 
22 
23 
24 
2o 
26 
!27 
|2S 
1^9 
'30 



David. © ^ d pearan- 6 

(g) y c^ Sup. ces^ arises 6 

2d S in Lent, from two 6 

©Perigee, geveral causes, 6 

uiz : unusual appearances, 6 

? Gr. Elong. East. tchichQ 

ieem to be supernatural, Q 

but xohich are capable of 6 

explanation from knoicnQ 

3d S in honi. principles of Q 

? Perihelion, j^^^^osophyd 

Gregory, and natural sci-[6 

cnce. — 2J, the power of the Q 

]) runs low. Imagination. 6 

y Q ©h 8 Among ihe6 

y 11 dijirsl may be rankedQ 

4th S in Lent. Mid Lent S, 6 

S Apogee, fire balls or Q 

^ Perihelion. t/ac/i: o' Laii-Q 

©enters<TP terns, so oftenQ 

seen in marshes and some^S 

times in grai)e-yards.— 5 

Here is no delusion of theo 

5tii S in Lent, eye ; a per- 5 

Annunc. of B. V. Mary. 5 

son actually sees a lights 

when there is no one to bearls 

y Gr. Elong. East, it, and 5 

D runs high, it being to him 5 

unaccountable^ he natural- 5 

6th S in Lent. Palm Sun. 



32 
33 
35 
36 



30 5 30,13 
28'5 
27,5 
25 6 
245 

22 5 38 12 

21 5 39" 

195 41 

17 5 43 

155 45 

14|5 46 

125 48 

ll|5 49 

9'5 51 

8^5 52 

75 53 

5 5 55 

3 5 ^57 

1J5 59 

oe 

59\6 1! 

57|6 3' 

556 5 

53j6 7 

Annunc. of B. V. Mary. '5 52j6 8 

50 6 lo' 

48|6 12 

4716 13 

4516 15 1 

44 6 16 

4316 17] 



a 



49 

52 
44 
37 
rise 
30 
47 
59 
9 
15 

morn. 

21 



£0 3 
^4 

m> 
lTg6 

■o>\. 'o 

10 

11 



26 
20 

9 
54 
33 

4 
35 

3 
set. 
21 
23 
28 
35 
46 
morn. 
49 
50 
49 
31 j 



1833. APRIL, fourth month 



Farmer's Calendar. 

" Sweet is ihy coming, Springy! and as I pass 

Thy hedge-rows where from the half naked sprig 
Peeps ihc sweet bud and 'midst the springing grash 
The tufted primrose opens to the day; 
j My spirits light and pure, confess thy power 
■' Of balmiest influence; there is not a tree 
That whispers to the warm noon breeze 

Or flower, but yields mejoy.' 
Among the first things which demand the farmer'^- 
iattentioii m the stpring are his fences. These shoulo, 
early be examined and be carefully and snbstan' 
Ijtially repaired. It is an old adage that • a stitch in time 
\savea nine,' and I may add, it sometimes does ninetyj 
land nine. In fine in this very item of fencing, a Jitlit 
[seasonable attention to making or mending, may savej 
'moreloss and trouble than even Zerah Colburn, with 
lall his wonderful powers would be able to calculate. 
Train them up in the way they should ^o, and they will 
not depart from it, is a maxim, which is no less appli- 
cable to your domestic animals, than to your children. 
Let your animals once be accustomed to break through 
or leap over their enclosures and it will be nnxf to im- 
Ipossible to build a fence so strong or so high as to' 
'stop them; but make their enclosure such as effectual- 
ly to restrain them at first and oflerwardsa very high 
fence vvill be sufficient. 

Oats and other spring grain should be sown as soor; 
as the ground is sufficiently dry to admit of the neces- 
sary preparation, and no time should be lost in getting 
out your manura and preparing your grounds fui 
planting. Your gardens should likewise be attendee 
to. Onions and parsnips and also beets and «arroi^ 
jfor J.'arly uce should be sown the latter pan of tlIl^ 
Imoiilh. Js''egligenrc compels many a man to eat his beef 
and pork without sauce. ., 

Wliile the ground is soft, and the grass tender, d( j 
not let your cattle tread up the roots, or impede itt 
growth by too early grazing. Give your pasture sev 
eral weeks credit in the spring— it will repay you in- 
'tcr'st and principal in the summer. 



p o days. APRIL, 

O'er the earth spread milder skies ; 
Bid the flow'ry beauties rise ; 
Call a new creation from 
Regions of the wint'ry tomb. 



1833. 



O Full Moon 4th day, 9h. 49m. morning. 
a Last Qiiarler llth day, 71i. 16ni. evening. 
# New Moon 19th day, 8h. 57m. evening. 
D First Quarter 27th day, Oh. 52m. morning. 



■^ I r CALE>'DAR, ASPECTS, &.C. 

aid ' 



rises 



* 

sets 



S.lPlir &s. 



2 {l(Perihel. ©Per. ©2^ c^B 

3 lalli/ concludes it is a warn 13 

4 liner to himself or others 15 

5 I Perhaps in a few days a 3 

6 jGood Fiiday. ^ Slat, 

7 ^person dies, and he Jeeh 
F jEaster D-Ay. quite sure tht 

2 ^^Ught was sent as a warn- 

3 d7ig. The story circulate.^ 
10,4 D runs low. and grows 
^ ^ |5. 1 D Q more marvellous and 
1 2i6 apalling, till scarce a child 
I3|7 ©Apooree. dares venture 
14P isl S af Easter. Low S. 
15|2 Q)^ ^ Inf. out at night for 
1 6 3 \fear of vntnessing a pre 

4 m.oniiion of its doom. 5 

5 \Had the man understood 5 

6 (Renters (^ chemistry^ he 

7 would have known that the 
F j2d Sunday after Easier. 

y Q light proceeded from 
a spontaneous cornbus o 

D runs high, lion ofgass. 5 
St. Mark. ? Stat."" }> Q 
issuing from the ground 
A person sees in a rotten 
3d Sunday after Easter. 

^ Stat. ©Perigee, stum^ 
03 ]fJie light which decayed 



42,6 18 

40 G 20 

39 6. 21 

37 6 23 

35,6 25 

346 26 

326 28 

3 1 '6 29 

2 9 '6 31 

28.6 32 

276 33 

266 34 

246 36 

23 6 37 

216 39 

19'6 41 

186 42 

166 44 

15 6 45 

136 47l 

126 48 

106 50 

96 51 

86 52 

66 54 

5 6 5; 

36 57 

26 58 

1,6 56 

07 



4j^ K 
4 ?r^ 4 
3TT^5 



20 
56 
28 



t 
t 

V9 
V? 
\? 





OiX 

OjK 
IT 
IT 
lb 

1 y 

2 n 
2 n 
2 n 

O On 



D rise 
7 54 



9 

10 

11 



5 

13 



morn. 
J8i 



11 

39 
10 
43 
10 
38 
3 

D set. 
30 



7 

8 
9 
10 

n 

morn. 
52 



3^ 

3 a 

3 TT]^ 



36 
44 
51 
52 



46 

28 

2 

39 



1833. MAY, fifth month. 



Farmer's Calendar. 

Those vernal showers that from on high 
- Descend, make earth more fresh and green ; 

Those clouds tl)at darken all the air 
Disperse and leave it more serene. 

Thus those sott tears that for a while 
Down sorvow'd faded cheek may roll, 

Shall sparkle thru' a radiant smile, 
And speak tiie sunshine of the soul.' 
Farmers at this time, 'f they are farmer's indeed, 
are really engn.cred in their business, but there is one 
point in which most of,oar farmers exceedingly err, 
and that is in attempting to till so laige a quantity of 
'and. It is a fact which cannot be controverted Ihaij 
four acres, closely fenced, well manured and kcp; 
clean & stirring, will produce more than ten acres in the 
jcommon mode of fencmg & tending. Moreover these 
four acres cf ground will be enriched by the manure 
not absorbed by the crop ofcorn, so as to produce more 
ijrnss, or grain the ensuing year, than the ten acres 
that were planted without, or with little manure. Add 
to this, the personal labor, loss of lime, wear of imple- 
|ments, waste of seed and loss of flesh in horses and 
cattle, where ten acres are cultivated for the produce 
of four, and the balance in favour of tilling only a| 
small portion of what it is usual to till, will appear sur- 
prisingly great. Farmers, just make an experiment of 
this kind — I have no doubt that you will be surprised 
lat the result and will be able to turn it to^your advan- 
tage. 

Just reflect upon the amount o^provision, which a 
good garden will afford towards sustenance, and: 
see if it is prudent to neglect tkat at the present sea- 
son. There are numerous little shreds and patches of 
lime, which the farmer may eupply in his garden to 
advantage and which would otherwise be entirel} 
wasted. This is the season of confidence. This ib 
t.he time when the husbandman manifests his trust in 
ihe nromise that accd time and harvest shall not fail, 
and let it also bo remembered that we are also assured 
that OtJ we sow so shall wc aho reap. 



SB&. 



1 days. ftJAY, 

lUirst again tlie bonds of death, 

Givp to nature life and breatli ; 

Bid a new creation rise — 

To cieep the earth — to mount the ekies. 



1833. 



O Full Mooti 3J day, 71i. 55in. evening. 
d L si Quarter lUli day, Ih. 5"Grn. evening. 
© New Moon lOlfi day, 8h. 48m. morning. 
D Firp» Qiuirtrr 2S\h dhw 5h. 50in. mnrningr. 



c ' c 

i 

2 



=^ CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 



* 



ribf'fcf seis I 






r&s. 



3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 



14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
'0, 
2] 

[23 
I24 
la 

^126 
!^7 
28 

: 29 
30 
31 



4Sl.Piiilip v.u6 Si, Ja.nts. 4 6917 

5 y Apliehon. tcocd often e- i .58 7 

6 Invention of the Cro.cs. (4 56 
Imits. Aided by the dark -4 55 

F:4th S i.i' Ei:sttr. ncss of '4 54 
2 night and a terrified imag- 4 5" 
^inalion^ the slump is trans- '4 51 
4 D rune low. formed into a, 4 50 
ogiant, with eyes ofjire and 4 48 

6 a Jlaming tongue. j4 4G 

7 |>Apogee.j4 45 
F5lli S af Easter. Ro^. S.|4 44 

2; y Gr. Elunrr. wpst.©}JT D ,4 43 
^Half dead \cilh fright he^4r 41 jT 
4 runs for home; and that A 40J7 
5'Asc. "day. Holy Thursday. |4 39 7 
fi© ? d Inferior.oif/ier* may\4 ov\l 
Ifjelieve he has good cause A 37 17 
FS af Asc. day. for his ter-A 3617 
2ror, he declares that heA 35 '7 
o heard the clatter of the A 34 1 7 
4 ]) runs high, monster's feel A 3217 
5| V Stai. i) ^ c^ c/o«e 6.?Am{/ 4 32|7 
G!®Periiree. him as he ran. A 32 
l]^The children creep away A 31 
FjWhit Sunday. ^^ Slat. 4 30 
2}in£/ oiver themselves vp in 4 29 
^'hed to dream of ghosts, &j\4 29 
4JK.CharlepII reslor'd? QA 28 
Biiever forget the occurrenceA 27 
^viUlheir dying day. The\4 2* 



1. 

2i 

4' 

61 

8i 

91 

10: 



3-= 

31T[ 

4|V5' 
4jV5 
12: 4:V5^ 



I4i 
l5i 

16 
17 

19 
20| 
211 
2-^ 
2J 
24| 

26 
27 
28 
28 
29i 
30 

3i: 

31 

32 
33 

33 



•1833. JUNE. sixth month. I 



Farmer's Calendar. ! 

See now the eun's returning light, 

Away the transient clouds hath driven, 

The rainbow with its colours bright 

Spreads o'er the blue expanse of heaven / 

The siorm is hushed, the winds are still, 
A balray fragrance fills the air; 

Nor Eoujid is heard save some clear rill 
Meandering tijrough the vallies fair. 
The book of nature is at all times laid open for the 
perusal of mortal aian and every page of it is storedj 
with the richest instructions, but like most other! 
books some parts of it are written in a style more per- 
spicuous and in characters, more legible than others,' 
but all parts are sufficiently plain to afford us a k:iowl-| 
-'dge of the existence and character of its adorable au-j 
chor. Let the gloomy atheist go forth in the sunj 
bright days of June and standing- beneath the clear! 
blue canopy of heaven surrounded with the wonder- 
ful works not made with haftds, and his proud phi- 
losophy will be rebuked. Every leaf hath a tongue 
which utters arguments to confound him — the groves 
murmur wisdom surpassing the wisdom of finite man, 
ind upon ilie very rocks there is a hand writing which! 
triumphantly confutes the proudest arguments of scep-j 
ticism. 

While the energies of nature are thus alive and! 
active around him, let man manilest his gratitude byj 
his own activity and diligence in business. His gar- 
den, Ijis cornfields, an(J a multiplicity of other objects 
now claim his attention. But it is only by doing one 
thing at a lime and letting no waste of time intervene 
that he can have time to do all. He who strives to 
accomplish several things at once acconzplishes noth- 
mg as he had ought. Regularity ! regularity is the 
clue which will conduct you smoothly and safely 
through the labyrinth of businces and prevent the disa-j 
greeable perplexity of always living in a hurry. 



Let your fruit trees be attended to, and the nestsi 
of cattepillars be destroyed as soon as discovered.! s.. 
Soak vnur seed corn in a solution of salt pptre. 



r 



13 days, JUNE, 

Bid the hill, the dale, the grove, 
Bound a£ain the notes of love ; 
Bid the lace of nature smile, 
And the cares of life beguile. 



1833. 



O Full Moon 2d day. ^h. Im. morning, 
d Last Quarter lOlh day, 7h. SOin. morning. 
O New Moon IVih day, 6li. I9m. evening. 
D First Quarter 24th day, lOh. 37m. morningr. 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 



"iset 



sets 



IPllr &s. 



I, 

2 

3; 

4' 
.1 

D 

6 

?! 
8 

9 

1 

10 

uj 

)l2 

1 O; 

16j 
17i 
18' 

19: 
20 
21 

|22 
23 
24 

25 

126 
'27 

28 

|29 

bo 



7 li^ht in the decayed ivood 4 
F Trinity S.was j)i^oduced by 4 

2 a substance called jJ ho sp ho- 4 

3 D runs low. r«y, the same 4 
Awhich enables those liltle 4 
^insects called Jire-Jlies, to 4 
6'? Siat. $ Aphelion. 4 
7 © Apogee, li^hl up our 4 

Filst Saf Trinity. Jields in 4 
2splendor on a summer's 4 
3 St. Barnabas. ^ Q evening. 4 

4 © ^ n -^ veteran officer of 4 

5 hussars, remarkable tor 4 
e^^'s bravery,, was once en- 4 
7| ^ Perihehon.o-a^ea'^oi/eep 4 
Fj2d S af Trinity, in a room 4 
2© y d Sup. reputed to be 4 
3 D runs high, haunted, in a 4 
4caslle on the confines of 4 
5® Perigee. Hungary. — 4 
60 entcrs'Sd There had been 4 
7\a banquet at the casile 4 
F|3d S af Tnn'ny.iohich con- 4 
2 Nat. of St. John the Bap. 4 
Stinued till midnight, when 4 
4'King Geo. IV. died 1830. 4 
5 the J\lajor retired to bed, 4 
6|K. VVm, IV. procl. 1830. 4 
T leaving his candle burning 4 
Fi4th S af Trinity, and his 4 



26 

25 

2& 

24 

24 

2 

23 

22 

22 

22 

21 

21 

21 

21 

20 

20 

20 

20 

20 

20 

20 

20 

20 

20 

20 

20 

20 

20 

21 

21 



34 
35 
35 
36 
3G 
37 
37 
38 
38 
38 
39 
39 
39 
39 
40 
40 
40! 
40| 
40| 
40 
40 
40! 



7 40' 



40i 

40j 

40 i 

40! 

40i 

39 

39| 



3^ 
2 j: 

2't 
2\S 9 
2,V5>|10 



4 3 
D risf 
8 55 



2'^ 

^j /w 

1 A/V 

liXO 



49 

3" 

16 
48 



0,^-5 

o,y 

s 8 

0,n 

]|2S 
1 2S 
la 
la 

2;n]^ 

2Tlj? 



morn. 
19 
45 
6 
9 
56 
1: 
49 
25 

D set. 
33 



8 

9 

10 

11 

11 

morn. 

10 



32 

2^^ 

4 

42 



36 
3 

29 


30 

11 



-1833. JULY, seventh month. 



Farmer's Calendar 

' Now the noon, 
Wraried with sultry toil declines and falls 
Into the mellow eve: — the vyest puts on 
Her gorgeous beaniies — palaces and halls : 

And lowers all carved of the unstable cloud 
Welcome the calmy wanincr monarch — ho 
Sinks gently midst that glorious canopy 
Down on his couch of rest.' 
] Now comes the day whicii reminds us of the period 
\vhich tried-men's souls, the birth day of a great anci 
Arrowing nation. Let us reflect upon the numberles- 
ujvantages which flow to us in consequence of tli- 
' ransaclions of this day, and contrast our own condi 

ion with that of the various nations scattered over th.-, 
■face of this wide earth. The survey will be a cordia:! 
. o our souls. It will enable us to appreciate the bles [ 
sings and privileges which we enjoy and strengiher 
'm us the determination to transmit them uinmpaire(_ 
i o our latest posterity. And let us reflect the mean.- 
>f doing this are the suppression (jf every species 0j'> 
•vice &. immorality ; the diffusion of the light of intelli-i 
gence among the people and the keeping alivo of thu' 
Nacred fire of patriotism, which warmed the breast;- 
»nd cheered ihe hearts of the heroes of the Revolution.; 
As the farTners generally in Vermont depend principal ; 
y upon their flocks and herds, the season of haymak- 
ing is with them the most hurrying season in the yeai 
■ md they are not generally unmindful of the old maxim 
'.vhich requires them to viaJce hay ivhile the sun shines; 
i)ut there is one point in which most of them err, anof 
ha: is in supposing that they cannot do their haymg 
^without the use of ardent spirits. Now this is a down 
iright mistake. I know several that are convinceti 
I hat it is, and I know that others would be convinc 
I ?d if they would consent to becomj so unfashionable 
AS to ti-y it. Custom, that tyrant of fools and maker 
■of fools of those who were otiierwisa sane 



He must be a rich man who can afford to work witli 
ipoor tools. 



31 days. 



JULY, 



1833. 



In due time tne summer bring, 
To mature the hope^ of spring — 
To perfect, by warmer sun, 
What the vernal prime begun. 



O Full Moon 1st day, 7li. 4Zm. eveiiiug. 
d Last Quarter 9th day, llh. 16m. evening. 
9 New Moon 1 7th day. 2h. 29m. morning. 
D First Quarter 23J day, 4h. 43m. evening. 
O Full Moon 3l5t day, 10!i. 11m. morninor- 



c 

1 

2 

o 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

111 

12' 

!I3' 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

!19 

|20 

[21 

i22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

'29 

30 

31 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 



21,7 
22i7 
22|7 
227 
23' 7 



4 23 



2 > eclipsed. D runs low. 

3 ? Aphelion, trusty pistols 
4'at his bedside. Soon after 
o Jailing asleep f he icas a- 

6 roused by the solemn strains 

7 ©Apogee, of music, when 
F5th S af Trinity, he beheld% 24,'7 

2 at the lower end of the room 4 24 7 

3 three ladies, fantastically^A 25|7 

4 dressed, singing a requiem. '4 25 7 

5 He listened for a while with A 26 7 
^delight. At length grow-'A 26 7 
ling tired of its monotony, A 211 

F6thS af Trinity, he re-k 28 7 
2; D runs high, quested thatA 29 7 
Sthe tune might be changed. A 30 7 
4;(g)eclip3ed.TAe ladies con- -i 31 7 
5 •Perigee.fi/met/ the song.^A 32 7 
6. ^ Q The major remonstra |4 33 7 
lied, and at length grew a?i-;4 34 7 
J'j7th S af Trinity, gry and'A 35 7 
2^(2) enters^ threatened to^A 36 7 
3use his pistols. BelievingA 36 7 

4 if. a trick to try his cour- A 37 7 

5 St. James, age, hegave^A 38 7 

6 a GrElongE. ? Gr.E.W|4 39 7 
^©Ifn D runs low. themU 40 7 

F8th S af Trinity. Tiue ?nt7i-!4 42 7 
2 y Aphelion, ules to complyA 43 7 
^ with his request. The time] 4 44 7 
4 expired, but the same strainA 45 7 



Irises 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 



■ets 



Plr&: 



39 
38 
38 
38 
37 
37 
36 
36 
35 
35 
34 
34 
33 
32 
31 
30 
29 
28 

on 

26 
25 
24 
24 
23 
22 
21 
20 
18 
17 
16 
15 



3[V5'j]) rist 
A\VSh 24 
■4|V5^|9 7 
4}0Xj9 47 
4|^tl0 14 
4!X!l0 40 
4iX!ll 4 
5X'll 30 
5|t|i1 52 
51 T' I morn. 



5i« 

5|n 

5jn 

5i25 
6:2s! 



18 
42 
13 
49 
34 



'3 Ob 

6;SS| Dset. 

6;o^;8 54 

6iU:9 S3 

6|rr!^'i0 7 

6TT!2:i0 40 

6|:-:|ll 6 

6'=- 11 33 

6;niiii 57 

6'ys 
ev9 

6 



morn. 





32 


1 


7 


1 


45 


2 


31 


ex 


27 


'd 


rin«' 



1833. AUGUST, eighth month 



Fanner's Calendar. 

I " Lord of ihe seasons, \vu adore 

; Thy boundless skiJi, lliy uiighty power ; 

i For we ill every season see 

I Wbat ought to lead our ihoughts to thee, 

In Spring when eartii is clothed in green, 

And Slimmer is thy goodness seen, 
The Harvest Months repay the toil. 

Which lab'rers spend upon the soil. : 

The farmer who a few weeks since committed seed 
to the earth in hope, now begins to reap the reward ol' 
his confidence and toil, the fields are already white 
unto the harvest and see to it, ihat what has cost you. 
sO much sweat of the brow is not wasted by necrleci 
:or the want of being suitably cured. Remember thai; 
'the rains and the storm may be near and that a fewr 
;days delay, when the weather is fair, may rob you ot 
the reward of the labor of weeks. Rpraember too the 
reverse of this, that haste makes icaste — that what i>- 
done in a hurry is not usually done as it should bt 
donie. Many farmers lose as much every year b) 
cuiting their hay and grain in a hurrry and putting li 
•iway without being well cured as -would cost to hire 
Itheir^harvcsting done in the manner it should be. 
, When each individual has so much business of hit 
;own it ivould seem that he shoulu let other folks alont 
It is a fact, which every one sooner or later will ac- 
knowledge that every man has in his own life folliet. 
jeno;jgh — in his own mind trouble enoiigii — in the per- 
irbrmance of his duties deficiencies enough — in his own 
;forti.'.nes evil enoiifrh— without being curious and inter- 
'mcddling iri the affairs of others. Consider the shorl- 
Inessof life and do up all yuur own business, and iheii 
if you have any lime to spare you may be in a meas- 
ure justified in becoming a busybody in other menV 
matters. But till your own great work is done anc; 
well done the best advice which I can give you is to- 
\minJ your own business and to let other iieople's busi 
ness a/ one. 



fadeijendence may be supporied vviin me i^esl 
-uccess by cultivatinor our farnis with ind.igtry. I 



S I days. AUGUST, 

13id the harvest home draw nigh, 
With a kind indulgent sky — 
Bid tlifl produce of the soil 
Richly pay the cultor's toil. 



1833. 



d Lusl Q.uailer blli tiuy, IIj. 5iii. muinitig 
9 New Moon 15th day, 9h. 44m. morning. 
D First Quarter 22d day, Ih, 38m. jnornin 
O Full Moon 30ih day, 2h. 4m. mornit>g. 



O". 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &,C. 



risesl sets |IS- 



r «fc s. 



li 5;Ltiiuu)as Day. continued I^ 

2 6\% Apogee. I give you leave 

3 liwhile I count ticenty^ said 
4' F!9lli S afTrinity.</ie major. 
5 2\This produced as HI tie ef-, 
6. SjTransfig. ofour Lord.jT/sd; 
7' 4ias former threats^ <Sf both 

8 5' y ^i^i.j)istols werejired at 

9 (i\the damsels. — bid they still 

10 7 St. Lawrence. su7ig on. 

11 F|lOLh S af Trinity. TAe ?na- 
;12 2: D runs high, jor was now 

13 3 ©^ 8 completely overcome 

14 4\hy fear, and was ill for 
'15 5® Perigee, three weeks. 

16 6 i The trick was thus effected: j 

1 7 Tilhe female performers weret^ 

18 FJlUhS af Trinity p/acetim 

19 2\an adjoining room, and the' 
20 3. major only fired at their 
2l| 4;K. Wm. lY. born, 1765. 
22 o'l© y li [ufrefieGtion thrown 
23' 6;©enter£TT]^ forward into 
24! 7iSl. Bartholomew. fAeroo?n 
25 Fjl2lh S. af Trinity l^Stat. 
!26 21 D runs low. in which he 
;27 3'.slept by means of a concave 

28 4:St. Augustine, mirror. 

29 5 St. John the Bap. ) ®Ap. 
bo 6 -beheaded. S 
[31 7 This story, wicrplainedj 




1833, SEPTEMBER, ninth month. 



t'armer's Calendar. 

To thee we owe our annual bread, 
Thou -hast afresh our table spread ; 

With thy rich harvest gifts impart 
A richer still, a thankful heait. 

And while, O Lord we eat our bread 
With which our bodies here are fed, 

May we those better blessino;s find, 

Which heal and feed th' immortal mind. 
Fellow citizen?, whether you art aware of it or not. 
I can say unto you in verity that three desperadoes 
ire at this very moment, traversing the land you live 
in, and making the most shocking havoc of the prop 
irty and lives of old and young. They have already 
murdered more of the inhabitants than were slain in 
ill the battles and perished in prison ships during the 
war of the revolution; and, at the same time, they 
have wasted more substance than would support thej 
national government and pay off the national debt.— I 
Their strength is invincible. Their method of attack; 
IS to strike people on the head, then instantly to trip; 
•jp their heels, pick their pockets, and continue Ihej 
blows on the head until they have quite beat out 
■ heir brains. Though they infest public houses chief-1 
Ijr, they are also found lurking in the closets of private! 
nouses, in the workshops of mechanics, and in thc| 
fields of farmers. In some instances whole familit-4- 
have fallen victims to these murderers ! nay, whole 
towns have been ravaged and ruined by them. One 
poor man hereabouts, that had formerly been an indus- 
trious striving mechanic, has very lately been murder 
ed by them in a manner too shocking to relate, and 
there are now several persons in this vicinity who art 
daily attacked by them, robbed of their money, smit- 
Lcn on the brain-pan, knocked down, & in all respects 
violently handled that an alarminc: stupor has suc- 
ceeded and they are already brought to deaths door. 
In a word the country is in imminent danger from these 
joutlandish miscreants, who mock at reason, and tram- 
'; jple upon the preciotis rights of men. The names of 
: njiese ruffians are *'Rum, Gin and B randy.'' Beware! 



30 days. 



SEPTEMBER, 



1833 



Bid prescient mail behold, 
Treasures riclier far than gold — 
Barns and garners overflnwing — 
Precious gills well worth bs-scowing. 



a LdSL Quarter 7ih day, lti.4m. morning. 

® New Moon 13th day, 5h. 26n). evening. 

I D First Quarter 20th day, 2h. 24m. evening. 

O Full Moon 28th day, tih. 35m. evening. 



CALENDAR, ASPECa^S, &.C. 



I * 

Irises 



1 li Fjl3ih S af Trin. Giles. ^ st 5-276 
' 2! SiLondun hurnt, ^ 6^6 '5 2«6 



sets IF |Piir& s.: 



3i 

4I 
5! 

6i 
7! 
8 


10 

11 

19 



15 

16| 

17; 

]'18; 
''!9' 
20; 

I2I 
23! 
24| 

'251 

26; 

;27' 
28 i 
29' 
30| 

I 



33 
32 
31 
29 
28 
27 



6 

1666, O. S- ( 5 29 6 

A\would have been one of the 5 316 

o\mosl conclusive ghost slori- 5 32 6 

^•es ever related, and no rea- 5 33 6 

I ' 

7; ? Q soning could have sat- 5 35 6 25 

Fjl4tiiSatT. N.B.V.M'y.5 37,6 23 

2 D runshigh.[^ Gr. Ei.VV. 5 38'6 22 

'^isfif d the man that the room 5 40 6 20 

4 <^ Perihelion, iras not in o 416 19 

5ren/if>/ haunted. Every 5 43 6 

6 ® Perigee, one is acqunin- 5 43 6 

7,l:io!y Crors. ted with Uit\5 47 6 

Fj 1 5lh S af Trinity. poicer^,5 48 6 

'i\'>f the imagination in call-\5 49 8 

odng into existence object.slo 50 6 

4 which never had a being. 5 52 6 

5 A young lady was once cat- 5 54 6 

6 D runs low. led to visit a 5 55 6 

7 St. lilHlihe^.friendwhoseS 57,6 
F 16th S af Trinity, childlo 59|5 
2© enters ^c= 'Cbas dyiiig.Q 

3 © ^ d "^'^e had to pass aQ 

4 mile thro' woods. It wasd 

5 St. Cyprian. ©Apogee. '6 
t ^ight, and her excited im-m 
7 tgination descried an in-\Q 

17thSafTrin.St.Michael.6 



29 
5?-i 
20i 
48' 



OSP 8 
i't 8 

lk('9 
lki'9 

s'n'io 25 
2;n 1111 
'^'^ morn. 

6i 

1 lOl 

2 22' 
381 



3 25 

3'a 

171 ^'Sl 



15 
13 
12 
11 



4,^jDset, 



5 =^7 



^0. "I..M 



c; 

4t: 
c 

39 
13 
56 



06 
l'5 

3d 
4*5 
65 

75 
9 



b 
3 

1 



59 
57 
56 
54 
53 



6,TU,8 
8! ejTTi'g 

6J eU 9 

7'^|10 41 
7,V5>11 28 
7,V5>!niorn.i 
8;cc^|0 25! 



8 



Six 

9 T 



51 lO^^p . 
St. Jerome, distinct objecl\ii 10 5 50'io|t7 



23| 
22 
24 1 
4 25: 
D risii 
6 4]| 
51 



I 



1«33. 



OCTOBER, tenth month 
Farmers Calendar^ 

"Thou thai created all! Thou founlaia 
Of our sun's light— who dwellest far 
From man, beyond the farthest star, 
Yet ever present ; who dost heed 
Our spirits in thoir utmost need. 
We bless thee. Father, thai we are"* j 

And kept by tliy all watchful care. 
"I'll tell you how''ti5" Bill," said my uncle Jo, "I 
like to see a fellow that's bunkem for doing business. i 
I don't like these fcar-of men chaps, who will lose allj 
their earnings rather than dun a clever follow rij^lii 
sharp. I say Bill if I know any thing, I know one 
i.hing — its of ho kind of use to trust a man forever be- 
cause he is a clcverfellow. Some fools say vve may at 
well be out of the world as out of fashion. But I say 
the fellow who follows the fashion ot trusting out ten 
times his capital and waiting forever for his pay, as 
the fashion is, will be likely to get out of the worlo 
into the stone-jvg. I am heartily sick of hearing so 
much about hard times — difficult times— no money — 
and from those too, who if they had any pluck, (asi 
your aunt Suzy calls courage) could make those who] 
owe for rum and tobacco and ribbons pay up. It is' 
all-rageous strange the people can't see so plain n 
cause of hard limes. Now I3ill you have just begunj 
business and if you would not have occasion to com-| 
plain of hard times, take a word of advice from your! 
old Uncle, Open your shop early Bill — make ehorlj 
meals — no lounging calls — do your own business so! 
far as you possibly can — sell all you can for cash, orj 
ready pay, and if you trust be sure and settle with all 
your customers every year and let them know that 
prompt payment is expected. If any arc dissatisfied 
with this course they are customers not worth retain- 
ing." I heartily thanked my uncle Jo for his good 
counsels — have carefully note.J them down in my pri- 
vate memorandum and have resolved that I will here- 
afler observe them as the rules of my conduct. 



If you would n'ot scowl over a mug of sour or mus- 
:y cider, grind and press your apples in fair weather. 



31 days. 



OCTOBER, 



1833" 



But most of all bid man adore 
The giver of his plenteous store ; 
Bid him in numble nccer.ts roiso 
Cheerful songs of graioful p.aise. 



d L:isl Quarter 6Ui day, llh. 18m. morning. 
# New Woon 13ih day, 2li. 16m. morning. 
D First Quarter 20tli day, 7h. 13m. morning. 
O Full Moon 2811) day, lOh. 57m. morning." 



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friend's child was dead S, 6 

that she must hasten lu her 6 

St. Liuke. assistance. Ta- 6 

D runs ]uw. king up a slick 6 

20th Sai'Tv'iinly.sheforc- 6 

ed herseff^ towards the ob- 6 

? Perihelion, ject, and be- 6 

# Apogee, hold some little 6 

©2^d ©enterbTri_ an- 6 

Crispin, i^ AphelioQ. tma/ 6 

scampered away, the same 6 

21st S af Trinity, that her 6 

St. Simon & St. Jude.»Ji.st 6 

excited imagination had.6 54 

4 transformed into an infant Q 56 

3 in its winding sheet. Many 6 67 



'•iliem\g\u^.in her path. In^O I2j5 48 

4 spile of' her good sense and\6 1 415 

5 resolution, as she drew near 6 

6 >|i ^ c^ Su. </ic mijsle7-ious 

7 ]) runs higii.o/y'fitY, s/ie wrtA 
I 6| F 18th S af Trinity, apallcd 

at beholding thefeatures of 
her friend's child, cold in 
dealh ^wrapped in its shroud 
The illusion to her sight 
# Perigee, was as real as 
if the corpse had been actu- 
19th S af Trinity, alhj be- 
fore her. She considered 
y Q it a mvnilion that herl 



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JN O \"E31 B E KTele venth month.' 



Farmer's Calendar. ' 

" We bless thee fur this bounteous earlh ; \ 

For its increasf^— for corn and wine ; [ 

For forest oaks, for mouraain rills, I 

For cattle on a thousand hills: j 

We bless ihee, for all good is thine." ; 

Tis thine alone to crown our toil i 

To fertiliz'3 the cultured soil. f 

It has been remarked by a celebrated writer on ag j 

riculture that there is not a sino^le step in the life of 

I farmer, whicli does no». prove the advantage of higj 

keeping regular accounts, and 3'et there are few, very! 

pre w, who p^iy any attention to this branch of politica:' 

j'conomy. A few rude 6(iratches made with chalk; 

j »ver the fire place or behind the door are often th- 

i >nly record of important transactions, and some ther. J 

lire who do not even so much as this, but rely wholly: 

ipon their own memories, or upofj the books of thosrj 

with whom thoy deal. Now these thing? ought no:| 

io to be. In a land where all can not only read but; 

write too, the man is certainly inexcusable and hauj 

.)U:jhl to suffer who neglects to keep a regular ac-| 

count of debts and credit, and not only keeps an ac-j 

Count but settles up all his account at least once p{ 

year. Autumn having now yielded up her rich profu-j 

>ion fur the sustenance and for the comfort of the cif ! 

"erent races on the earth, let men not fail to reflecii 

•ipon the ^ourre of alHhese varied blessings, and let| 

lim lift up a greatful heart to the Giver cfall good; 

hings and offer unto him an acc^^ptable tribute ofj 

ihanksgiving and praise. The solemn requiem of auj 

umnal winds and the pensive stillness of the feucceed \ 

ing calm, are well calculated to bring home seriooi-- 

refl<!Clions to the thoughtful mind and to direct ouii 

thoughts upwards to that Being who causes the sea- 

jsons to revolve, and whose alone is the prerogative to; 

preserve Hnd to destroy. 



I 



Tiiere is a double saving in tight barns; the hay IS: 
kecured from being weather beaten h second time, and! 
fcattle kept dry and warm will winter with much les<-' 
ifoddpr that', when exposed to the srveriiy oftho weather | 



pO da ye. 



NOVEMBER, 



183Si 



Yea, bid man look to Him who crowa'd 
The culture of the teeming ground, 
In times to come for frieijcily aid 
Alidst lile's alternate li^iil find 5*ia(1fl. 



C Last Quarter 4ih da^^, 7h. 59in. morning. 
9 New Moon llih day, Th. 3m. evening. 
D First Quarter I9th day, 3h. 12m. morning^. 
O'Full Moon 27th day, 2h. 29m. niornin|r. 



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All Saints.©^ d persons\6 
D runs U'\<i\).are imprcssedh 
22.1 S at'Tnnny.icilha be\l 
tie/ in supernatural premo 7 
Powder Plot, XQOb.nilions 7 
of death. The icriler rec- 7 
o/lecls how prevalent was 7 
Perigee, the belief in a 7 
town in this state during the 1 
23dSafTrin. prevalence 1 
© ^i^ n of that dreadful J 
scourge, the spotted fever i 
Scarcely a death took place, 7 
md the destroying angel 7 
D runs low. visited ahnosl 7' 
every family in town, hut a 7 
24ihSafTrinity.*/or?//oZ- 7 
lowed of the v'lystcrious 7 
y Gr. Elong. east, break- 7 
^Q Apogee, ing of 1 
a' looking glass — of thede 7 
Cecilia, ceased having had 7 
St. Clement, ©enters:^ 7 
25th S af Trin. a wonder 7 
ful dream — or having seen T 
a f re-ball, or a coffin, to 7 
warn him of app^'oaching 7 
D runs high, death. The 7 
y Stat, imagination of the 7 
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4 40 


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21 


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22 


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JS33. DECEiMBER» twelfth mooth 



I 



Farmer's Calendar, 
'• Welcome December's clieerful night, 

When lit^ taper lights appear- 
When the piled hecrth blazes bright 

And those we love are circietl there I 
Then while the siiow-wind shrieks arouud, 

And lempests at our windows be&t. 
Let jov sod harrnoru be found, 

And books and conversation sweet. 
As that all wise Being who presides over the uni 4 
verse, whrse energy givea inonon to '.he spheres,! 
whose wisdoni directs the seasons in their ani.ual 
't-ound and v.'hose goodness provides the meai,s of hap! 
^in*f=s to every portion of i^rlmated nature — as he| 
will not feed or cioiii© ua without our cof»trivance orj; 
labor, — neither will he make us happy without our; 
3wn study and endeavors. "Exertion is the price set 
upon every vaiaable acquisition and enjoyment. With I 
QUI this we cannot expect to prosper in this life, nor, 
can we expect without it to secure our eternal inter-! 
sts in a future worlcfc [ 

.But tbetlosing of the yeaf admonished me that ]j 
too must close my remsiUs and ift doing it let me witb: 
sententious brevity exhort you to control your way-' 
ward passions &nd suppress ihe pride of your heart — ; 
to be neither elated by prosperity nor dejected by ad-i 
rersity. byt under ail circumslauccs to pursue a regu- 
lar and virtuous course — to venerate your Creator and 
be constant to walk in that sphere in which he hsfi 
iplaced you. And while you are improving your tem- 
iporal circumstances and condition, refining your man-| 
?oer9 and cultivating yaui intellectual powers, do not 
[neglect the afflictions of the heart Th£ proper cu!ti-[ 
jvation of these will make you happy amidst the toii^^ 
sand viciasitudas of life, and lead to a happy termina-t 
jtion of the present scene of existence, and will prepare? 
*U8 f.r that illustrious society, where angela associatei 
and where God presides — Faretce'l- ] 

See that scliools arc supplied with good masters*' 
and warm and convenient houses, that scholars ECf-c' 
not pass tlie tedioti^Jy^nra in freezing a»>r' crorcMncr. 



I Cl dav5. 


DECEMBER, 




1^33. 




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C Lis: Qjarier 4 j ui^. . 3 i. 3yra. morning. 
New M ran 1 lib day. -2i. 23n3. morr.ia.^. 
D F:rs: Q,:2rler 13:h*<iay. Ob- S^ea. morciri^. 
3 Full Mo-TT; 2Gth dav. 4n. 3C*fn- etenin^. 



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3f*r covered kimsdf up in 7 34^4 2S 
4 : Z # Per-fec beA. 7 3S 4 25 
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7 tor of approaching death, 7 37^4 i3" 
F ed S in Adr. Cone B- M. 7 3T 4 23 
2 ? Peribelioo. Antaxuru-1 3c;;4 2:2 

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J ihe vMkappy vkUm wamUn ^9i 21 
E 3(I^S in Adv. o/wmC ssre/t. 7 3^;4 21: 
ilrin^imUte diteaae vAacA 7 394 21 

3 leovld^ flKosf likely, end is. 7 40*4 26 

4 SApog. •^£0^' InUlli-X 4C»|4 20: 
5' J S:*i,t.^nr€*4-a*t»da»-2 40j4 20*' 
^-tcicitscrfsvreremedieMaH 40;4 SO"' 

7 St. Tn-jis5.^,ect "»:? lis*. 7 40'4 20 
F 4th S in Adv^ gaiiiH aiil 40'4 20 
'2 theae ^chimeras direr Ouh 40^4 20; 
3'ome teili explatnaU tmscef^ ' 4: ; *t» 
4ChrisaiisdaT.«^^ezp^ : ^ 20' 

Si. Stephen.* > eel. nfttitm.'! 4c* 4 20 
■^^ John, rts oto^r tfoirvf 7 4J^^ C^ 
7 InzKtc-eQt^ <A« Jear of all 1 ^ 
F ! St. Safe. 5 G.mJkalisJ . 
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GOVERN3IENT of the UNITED STATES 



^6000 

2000i 

1300 

525 

1500 

780 

6000 
2000 
3500 
3000 
3000J 
3000 
3000 
3000 
3000 
3000 
3000 



ANDREW JACKSON, Tennessee; President. 
Salary, ^25,000 per annum. 
JOHN C, CALHOUN, S. Carolina, Vice President, 
Salary, ^5000 per annuni. 
Department of State, 
Edward Livingston, Secretary, salarv, 
Daniel Breht, Chief Clerk, 
Inferior Clerks 13, average salary, about 
{Messengers two^ " '» 

jJ. D. Craig, Superintendant of Patent Office, 
jClerks 4, Messenger 1, average salary, 
j Treasury Department. 

jLouis M'Lane^ Secretary, salary 
Asbury Dickens, Chief Clerk, * 
{Joseph Anderson, First Comptroller, 
James B. Thornion, Second do. 
jRichardson Harrison, First Auditor, 
Wm. B. Lewis. Second do. 

Peter Hagner, Third do. 

Amos Kendall, Fourth do. 

Steplien Pleasantson, Fifth do. 
jJohn Campbell, Treasurer, 
jThomas.L. Smith, Register, 

Elijah Hayward, Commissioner of the General j 
Land Office, • 5000 

Virgil Maxcy, Solicitor, • 350o' 

Clerks 147, average salary, about * llOOj 

Messengers 16 600 

Officers of ibe Customs about 1500, salary from 

g4,000 to 5,000 and under • I 

[Surveyors of Public Lands 6, salary 2,000 

Clerks 16, average about 800 

Register of Land offices 44, salary 500, and 1 p^r 
cent of moneys paid into the Land office 
eceivers of Public rnoneys 44, salary same as 
Register. 

War Department. 
JLewis GafcS, Secretary, salary - 6000 

"ohn Robb. Chief Clerk SOiOpI 



29 



[nferior Clerks, 16, salary average about 110 

Officers and agenls in Ihe Engineer Department, 

in different parts of the United States, 

not enumerated in the Army list, 

1 19, pay from ^6 per day to 9 per mo. 

Clerks and agents in Paynjasters Department, 26 

average salary about HOW 

vVm. Clark, superintcndaiit of Indian affairs, sal- j 
ary . 1500! 

Indian agents 20, average salary about 1400: 

3nb Agenlb, 35, '* 600| 

fnleipveters, 40, " 400; 

CJun und Blacksmiths, 31, " 500 

Other Mechanics sud L^iborers m Incljan Depart 

ment, 21, 600 

Pension A-^ent m Vt. Heman Allen, other ajjents 
29, no compensation, each agent being 
n President of a Bianch of the U. S. 
Bank. 

Army List. 

Alexander Macomb, Maj. General, salary 2400 

Edmund P. Gaines, and VVinfi-ald Scott, Briga 

dier General, 1248 

R,oger Jones, Adj. General, 1080 

PiiomHs S. Josup, Q,. M. Gen. 1248 

Joseph Lovel, Surgeon General, 2500| 

Surgeons, 8, 500 

Assistant Surgeons, 45, 480 

Nathan Tou'son, Paymaster General 2500 

Paymasters, 14, 600{ 

George Gibson, Com. Gen. of Pupchasee, 300 

Charles Grotiot, Chief Enginaer 60 

Olher Civil Eniriaeers, 25, 48 

Topographical Engineers, 11, 48 

The Army of the U. States consists of 4 Regi- 
ments of Artillery, 7 regiments of In- 
fantry, and about 250 Commissioned 
officers. 
Military Academy at West Paint. 
Edward H. Courtenay. Prof. Nat. PhAlosopb'y, 720[ 
Charles Davies, Prof Mathematics, 600j 

ag fire i • it^iti* uTTii 



30 

'(Thomas Warner, Chaplin and Prof, of Ethics 
jClaudiuB Berard and Joseph De Commun, Teach- 
ers French Language, 
Thomas Gimbrede, Teacher of Drawing, 
LcuiB S. Simon, Sword master. 
Cadets, 264, ^1 G pr month, from States and Terri- 
tur-ies as follows. 



600! 

480f 
480 

328 



Maine 8 

N. Hampshire 1 

Massachusetts 16 

R. Island 3 

ConnecticiU 8 

jVermont 6 

IN. York 37 
N. Jersey 
Pennsylvania 



\T 



lissouri. 



Mich.igan Ter. 

Florida, 

Dist. Columbia 8i 



3 

2 

] 

41 

s! 

li 



Delaware^ 3 Louisiana, 

A]aryland, 11 Mississippi, 

Virginia, 24Alabaroa, 

N. Carolina, 12ll!inois, 
S. Carolina, Slndiana, 
Georgia, 8 

Kentucky, 15 

7jTennessee, 8 

26 Ohio, & 

Sons of officers of Army and Navy, 10. 
Navy Department 
iLevi Woodbury, Secretary salary frOOO; 

jJohn Bayle, Chief Clerk, « 2000, 

Clerks, 7 average salary 1070- 

jMessengers 2 525| 

jJohn Rodgers, Chailes Stewart, P. S. Patterson, 

Navy Commissioners, salary 
G. W. Goldsborough, Sec to do. 
Captains in Navy, 
|Mk8terE Commandant, 
Ljeutenantfl, 
Surgeons, 

(Assistant Snrgeona, 
iPursers, 
;Chaplains, 
Past Midshipmen, 
Midshipm^-n, 
'Sailing Maslera, 
Boatswains, 
Gunners, 
jCarpnniers, 
'Suil-Makers, 




31 



pay per mo. 



40 
SO 
2 



Captains, 9 

First Lieutenants, 23 '• 

SecoiJtl Lieutenants, 16 " 

Post Office Department. 
Wiliiam T. Barry, Post Master General, salary GOOO 
Charles K. Gardner, 1st assislanl P. M. Gen. 2500 
Selah R. Hobbie, 2d do 2500 

Obadiah B. Brown, chief clerk 1700 

Clerks, Bouk-keepers, &lc. 6^2, average sal'y aboutlOOC 
Number ot Pest Offices in the United Slates Jan- 
uary 1832, 8569, 
Xui»3ber of Clerks in Po.st OfBcee which yield over 
^2000 commission, 119, average salary 
about 800 

Xumber of Mail contractors 1280, compensation 
from ;J33,000 down to 6 or g8, accord- 
injT to extent of contract. 



JUDICIARY OF THE UMTED STATES 

Tiie judicial power in ihe United States is vested iii 
>ne Supreme Court, and in such inferior courls at 
Congress from time to time may establish. The pres- 
'^ni judicial establishment of the United States consist^ 
»f a supreme Court, of 28 district Courts, and sevei 
Circuit Courts, which are thus organized ; the six as f 
sociate Justices, who hold a court in tiie city of Wash- 
ington annually; l)esides which, each of these Justic- 
es attends in a certain Circuit, comprising two oi 
more districts, apprnpriated to each, ar.d togetheii 
•A'ith the Judge of the District, compose a circuit cnurl 
which is holdeu in each district in the circuit. Tlu 
district courts are held respectively, by the district 
Jud^e alone. Appeals are allowed Irom the distric 
'o the Circuit Courts and from the Circuit to the Su 
prcme Court ; and, in some cases, wliere the incon 
(lenience of attending the court by a ju&tice of the Su- 
preme Court is very great, the District Courts are in- 
vested with Circuii powers. 



32 

iS UP RE ME COURl. 

Xamea. Residence. Balar} 

Johfi Marshalli Richmond Va. Chief Justice ^SOOt I 
Jolui Mc Lean, Ohio '\ ^ 450( ' 

i William Johnson, Charleston S. C. \ | 450( 

Henry Baldwin, Penn. I |' 450{ \ 

iGabriel Duval, JSIarietla, J\Id. { ^ 450( 

|!Joseph Stor}'', Salem^ JSIass. \ E 4501 

jSinith ThoiDpson, J\''ew- York, J\\ Y. J | 450( 

%. G. Tane}', Attorney General, J\Iaryland^ 350C 
jHenry Ashton, Marshal, Waskitig-ton, J\ld. 
H. Wheaton, Reporter of decisions, JS^eic-Yoi'k, lOOti 
VVm. T. Carroll, Clerk, toes, &c | 

The sittings of the Supreme Court are at Washing ; 
jton, 1st Monday in February annDally. ; 

CIRCUIT COURTS. \ 

[A Circuit Court coruprises two or more districts, ani i 
the Circuit Court is holden by one Judge of the Su j 
prnne Court wilk the Judge vf the District vvher-} 
the Court is holden.] 

SITTINGS OF THE CIRCUIT COURTS, 

First and Second Circuits. 
j[When any of the following days happen on Sunday 

the Court is to be iield on the Monday following.] 1 
•.Maine, at Portland, Ist May; VViscasset, 1st, Oct. l 
\j^eio- Hampshire, at Porlsmoull), 8lh May ; Exeter! 

fiih October. I 

Massnchusells, al Boston, 15th May and 15th October j 
\Rhode- Island, ^i Providence, 15th Nov.; Newport.j 

15th June. I 

jConnec^icif/!, at New-Haven, 13lh of April; Hartford. j 
i 17th September j 

■Vermont, at Windsor, 2 Ist May ; Rutland, 3d Octo \ 
\ ber. ' 

LVeio-For/t, at New York, last Monday in February! 
j May, July and October. 
i 

i SITTINGS OF THE DISTRICT COURTS. 

i J^'^ev:)- Hampshire, at Portsmouth, the 3d Tuesday irj 
March and September; at Exeter, 3d Tuesday in Junt 
inrl DAcemher. 



• 33 

P^eniiont^ at Windsor on llie 24'.h of May, and at'' 
Rutland on the 6ih of Oclober. I 

Massachusetts, at Boston, 3d Tuesday in March, 4th 
in June, 2d in September, and 1st in December. 

Rhode- Island y at N(;wport and Providence; 1st Mon-; 
day in February and August; and 1st in May and No 
vember. 

Connecticut, at Hartford and New- Haven, 1st Mon-, 
day in February and August, and 1st in May and No- 
.veo^ber. 

J^ew-York, at New-York, Isl Tuesday in February 
May, August and November. 

Exclusive of the above mentioned stated courts, the 
District Judges have power to liold special courts in; 
iheir rehpeclive Districts at their discretion. 

PUBLIC MI?»ISTERS. 

Greed Britain^ — vacant. 

France, — Wm. C Rives, Va. envoy extraordinary 

and Minister plenipotentiary. Nathaniel Niles, Vl 

secretary of legation. 
Hussia, — James Buchanan, Pa. envoy extraordinary 

and minister plenipotentiary. John R. Clay, Va. 

secretary of legat.ion. 
Sy9a?/j, — Corirelius P.. Van Ness, Vt. envoy extra- 
ordinary and minister plenipotentiary. C. S. VValsh 

Md. secretary-of legation. 
\Ketherlands. — Augusts Davezac, La. secretary of je 

gation and charged with the affairs of the United 

Slates. 
J»/f.r2Vo..— Anthony Butler, La. charge d'affairee. 
Colombia. — Thos. P. Moore, Ky. envoy extraordinary 

and minister pienipoientiary. John C. Pickett, Ky. 

secretary of legation. 
Porfu^a^-— Thomas L. L. Brent, Va. charge d'affairs. 
Siceden and JS''orwat/. — Christopher Hughes, cliargei 

d'affaires. j 

Den mark, -^H^nry Wheaton charge d'affairee. 
\Brazil,— Ei\iar\ A. Brown, charge d'affaires. 
Central America, — 
\Buenos Ayres, — 

'-'■•"' '' "' ' •' iiiririii^i mii' TnanaTiiiirii 



34 



\Cfiiii. — John Ham, Del. charge cruiruires. 
Peru. — Satnue! Larned, R. 1. charge d'adfilres. 
[Turkey. —D^iKid Porter, Md'. charge d'affaires. NicH 
olaa Navoni, Italy, dragomaru 

'Ministera, Consuls, <Src. of Foreign Powers, resident in: 
the United States. 
From France. ! 

uM. Serurif^r. Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plen-' 

ipotentiary, VVashiriglon. 
Alphopso Pajaot, Sec. of Legation, Washington. 
jJiihus S:. George, attached to the legation do 

From Great Britain. 
C. Bankhoad, esq. charge d'affaires Washington. 
William Pitt Adams,- attached to the legation. ; 

From Russia. 
'Baton Sacken, Charge d'affaires, Washington \ 

jMr Khreiner, second Secrtnary of Legaiion do 
Mr Sraernoff, attached to the legation. ; 

From Spain. \ 

Don Francisco Tacon, Minister Resident, Phila. ; 
Don Miguel Tacon attached to the legation, do ' : 
Don Jua°n Bnutiste Bernebeu, Consul General do | 

From Portugal. 

Commandcur Torlade d'Azambuja, Charge d'Affairesj 

Georgetown, near Wasliingtoii City, District Co| 

lumbia. ' . \ 

From Sweden and A^orway. * 

Biron Stackleberg, Charge d'Affairs, Washington. 

From the J^Tcthertands. 
Chevalier Bangernnn Hiiygens, Envoy Extraordina-| 

rv and Minister Plenipotent'ary, Baltimore. 
MrR. lioygens, Count dc Luvcndal, Secretary of! 
Legatioh. 

From Denmark. \ 

Mr Steen Billo, Charge d'Affaircs, Wtshington. .'\ 
Louis Brand;?, esq. attached to the Legation. 

From Austria. 
Baron D. Lederer, Con=ul, .V. Yurk, A*. Jersey, Pa.\ 
J^Id. and Virginia. 



! ■ 35 . 

i* ro/n. Home. 
IGinvBnngi BdUista Sartori, Consul Genera}, T^'enton.l 

! ^- J- . . .. 

From Sicily. 

Chevalier D. Gennaro Capoco Galleota de Duchi dij 

j Regina, Consul Geiipral, Philudelphia. Penn. ' 

|D. M. Cubiy Soier, V. Consul for his Holiness llie 

i Pope ; Baltimore. 

j From Sardinia, 

\ Chbvalier Don Ygnace Caravadossy de Thoet, Con-{ 

iiil General, Philadelphia . 

From Jflexico. 

[Don Monloya, Charge d'Affaires, fVaskinglon. 

jDun Iiurbidc, Secretary of I^egation. 
From Colombia. 

Don Xavier de Medina, Consul .General., J^'ew-York. 
Prelesfero Orea, Vice Consul, Fhiladelphin^ Penn 
I . , From Brazil. 
|De Aranjo Ribciio, Charge d'Affoirs, \Vashington.i 
iDePaiva, attached to Lofjalion. . ' do 

J —_ 



Consuls and Commercial ag'ents of the United 
States 



Thos. W. Gilpin, Dela-i 
ware, Bel last 



G. Britain Jre'and, and it^ 

Dependencies. 
Thos. ' Aspinwall, Mass.jBernard Henry, Pa. GibraJ 

consul &. agent, for claims; tar I. of France 

and seamen, LondonJT. VVynns, N. C. Turk'^I.j 

[P. B.Ogden, N.J. Liverpool! Island ' 1 

IH. Visaer, N. Y. BristoijW.R.Hio-inbotl)am,Is Ber.l 
ifl. W. Fox, Er.g. FalmouthjJ. Storr, N. P. Nassau, | 
T-^V. Fo: , do. PiymouthfR. Higginboihain, Md. St.; 
Aj Davy, Pa. Kingston up-| Cijrist. and Antigua. 

on H. Ed. Roberts, N. H. Dem.} 

R. R. Hunter N, Y. Cowes,R. M. Harrison, Vu King ! 

I. of VVight. ston Ja. 

Joel Hart. do Leitl. C. L. Bartlett, Is. Trinidacl 
D. Walker,Scotland, Gl-is IT. M. Kaukey, Md. Barba-f 

gow ,' does 

Tiiomas Wilson, Dublin I Paul Eynard, Malta 
Reuben Horvy, Cork iVVni. Carroll, I. St.H?!enn 



' f<* 



36 



France and it's De/^emfeTi- Paytou Gay, Mass. Isl. Ten 

c/ev. eriffe 

Isaac C«>xe Burnet, N. J. G. T. Ladico, Mahon. Ba | 

consul &. afjeni for claims Icaric Is. j 

and seamen, Paris Win. Shaler,Mass. Havan 

Gefirjje Si^robol,-S. C. Bor-I na 

• deaux iR. R. Stewart Pa. Trind 

D. C. Croxall, N. J. Mar- de Cuba ! 

seillcs . jT. Backus, Ct. St. Jagj d. | 

F. C. Feiiwick, France, L. Shucrnaker, Pa. Malan 

Nantz zas 

jEJw. Cl»urclj,Ky.L. 'Ori- S. Mason, N. Y. St. John.-: 

ent j Cuba ' 

R.G. Beaslcy Va. Havreck' Jo in 6wen, Puorlo de 

Grace i Principe, Coba 

SannieJ Allinson, N. J. Ly-.Thus Davidsoji, Mass. Pon 

oris 1 oe Porlo Rico. 

P. Suau, France,I.Gauda-!\V, H. Tracy, Ct. Guya i 

loupe • ' ma 

Jolm S. Meircken, Martin 



iquo 



S, C. Russell, Ir'd May 
airncz. 



Theod'o Privat, Francc,J[i. K. Sterne, N. Y. Bara 



Cette 
[J. J, DebcssCj France, La 
Rochelle 

Russia. 



con, 

Porlvgal, 
I. P. Hutciiinson, Pa, Li* 

I bon 



A. P. Gibson, N. Y. Sl.J. II. Marsb, N. PI. hi 

Polersbiirfih . } Madcria 

Jo^iM Ralli, Odessa \C. \V. Dabney, Mars Fav- 

»Sp/in. I al. 

Alexander Burton, Pa. CaKv. G. Merril, N- Y. C; 

diz I de V. Is. 

Win. Si irlinfr, Barcelona I Germany. 

iGooriie G. Barrell, Ma6B.rFr.>drrick Kohl, Germany 
Malaga [ Darmstadt, &.c. 

J^ttker lands. 
J. W. Parker, Va. Amsler-j 
dam 



George B. Adama, Fa. Al- 
icante 

jP. X.dcEalo, Sp^in.Bilbon 



|G. W. Hubbcll, Ct. Isl.lE.Wambersie.Ga. Roller- 
Manilla 1 (Jam 



37 



W. D. Patlersoii, N. Y. 

Antwerp 

Thomas Trask, Surinam 

L. Paimbocuf, Fr'els!. Cu- 
racoa 

jJohn Shillaber, Mass. Ba- 
tavia 

Lauis Mark, N. Y. Ostend 

Ju.hn Holiingfiworth, Pa. 
St Etistacia 

I Sweden and J\'orway and 
Dependencies. 

David Erskine,G. B.Stock- 
holm 



C. A. Murray, do Gothen- 
burg 

H. Janson, jr. Norway 
Christiansand 

Denmark &- Dependencies 

John R.ainals, G. B. Co 
oenhag-en 

N. Levy, Md. Is]. St 
Thomas 

J. Ridgway, Md. do Crox 
Prussia. 

VVn?. T. Simonds, Prussia 
Eibcrvelt 

Frederick Schillovv, Stct 
lin 



1' 



TWENTY-SECOND CONGRESS. 
SENATE. 
Jilaine. John Holmes, Peleg Sprague, 
J^few- Hampshire. Samuel Bell, Isaac Hill. 
Jilassachusetis. Daniel Webster, Nathaniel Silsbee 
Rhode- Island. Nf?hpmiah R. Knight, Asher Robins 
Connecticut. Samu<'l A. Foot, Gideon Tcinlinson. ,, 
Ve7'mont. Koralio Seymour, Samuel Prentiss. | 
JVeW'York, Charles E. Dudley, William L. Marcy.j' 
JVew-Jerscy. Mahlon Dickeison, Theodore Fre ' 

linjrhuysen. 
Pennsylvania. Isaac D. Barnard. William Wilkins. 
Delaware, Jolm M. Clayton, Arnold Naudin. 
Maryland. E. P. Chambers, Samuel Smith. 
Virginia. Jolin Tyler, Littleton. W. Taze'vvell. 
JS^orUi Carolina, Bedford Brown, Willie P. Mangum 
South Carolina. Robert Y. Hayne, Stephen ■ D J 

Miller: 
Georgia. George M. Troup, .Tohn Forsythe. 
Kentucky. George M. Bbb, Henry Clay. 
Tennessee. Felix Grundy, Hugh L. White, 
Ohio. Berjnmin Ruggles, Thomas Evving. 
Louisiana. Josiah S. Johnston, George A.. Wag 
german. i 

Indiania. William Hendricks, Robert Kann??. I 



D 



-^ - 

38 

Illinois. Elias K. Kane, John M. liobinson. 



E^ 



Mississippi. Powhattan Ellis, George Poindexter, 
Alabama. WilMam R. King. Gabriel More. 
J\Iissoiiri. Thomas H, Benton, Alexander Buckner. 



i HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

I Maine. John Anderson, James Bates, George Ev 
tans, Cornelius Holland, Leonard Jarvis, Edwar-d Kav 
»nagh, Rufus Mclntire. 

j J^ew -Hampshire. John Broa-dhead, Thomas Chan- 
Idler, Joseph Hammons, Henry Hubbard, Joseph M. 
[Harper, John W. Weeks. 

[ Massachusetts. Jolm Q. Adams, Nathan Appleton, 
{Isaac G. Bates, George N. Briggs, Rufus Choate, H. 
(A. S. Dearborn, John Davis, Edward Everett, George 
Grennell, jr. Joseph G. Kendall, John Reed. [Two 
{Vacancies.] 
i Rhode- Island. Tristam Burgess, Dulee J. Pearce. 

Connecticut. Noyes Barber, William W. EHsworth, 
Jabez W. Huntington, Ralph I. Ingersoll, William L. 
jStorrs, Ebenezer Young. 

I Vermont. William Cahoon, Horace Everett, He- 
^lan Allen, William Slade. [One vacancy.] 
^ J^ew-York. William G Angel, Gamaliel H.Bar- 
JBtow, Joseph Bouck, William Babcock, John T. Ber- 
Igen, John C Broadhead, S. Beardsley, C. C. Cambre- 
ileng, John A. Collier, Bates Cook, John Dickson, 
[Charles Dayan, U. F. Doubleday, Wi^lliam Hogan, M. 
•Hoffman, F. G. Jewett, John King, G, Y. Lansing, 
jJamea Kent, Job Pierson, Nathaniel Pitcher, E. H.[ 
Pendleton, E. C. Reed, Erastus Root, Nathan Souie. ' 
J. W. Taylor, P. L. Tracy, G. C Vcrplanck, G. H. 
KVheeler, C. P. White, Aaron Ward, Daniel Ward- 
|well, Frederick Whittlesey, Samuel J. Wilkin. 

JVeio-Jersey. Lewis Gondii, Silas Condit, Pilchard 
pL. Cooper, T. H. Hughes, J. F. Randolph, Isaacj 
feouthard. 

Pennsylvania. Robert Allison, John Banks, Geo. 
Burd, J. C. Bucher, Thomas H. Crawford, Richard* 
;Coulter, Harmar Denny, Lewis Dewart, Joshua Evans 
James Ford, John Gilmore, William Heister, Henryi 



39 



lorn, Peter Ihrie, jr. Adam King, Henry King, Joel} 
i. Mann, Robert McKoy, Henry A. Muhlenburg, T.i 
M. McKennan, David Potts, jr. Andrew Stewart, 
Samuel A. Smith, Philander Stephens, J. B. Souther-[ 
and, J. G. Watinougn. 

Delavoare. John J. Milligan. 
, Maryland. B. C. Howard, Daniel Jenifer, J. L 
Kerr, G. E. Mitchell, B. I. Semmes, J. S. Spence, 
Francis Thomas, G. C. Washington, J. T- H 
VVorthington. 

Virginia. Mark Alexander, Robert Allen, J. S. 
Barbour, T. T. Bouldin, N. H. Clairborne, Robertj 
braig, J. W. Chin, R. Coke, jr. Thomas Davenport, 
Philip Dodridge, William P. Gordon, William S. Ar- 
cher, William Armstrong, Peter Johnson, John Y. Ma- 
^on, Lewis Maxwell, C. F. Mercer, W. M'Coy, Thos. 
Newton, John M. Patton, J. J. Roane, Andrew Ste-| 
venson. 

J^orth Carolina. D. L. Barringer, L. BethuneJ 
John Branch, S. P. Carson, H. VV. Connor, T. H.{ 
Hall, J. J. MoKay, Abraham Reacher, William B. 
Shepard. A. H. Shepard, Jesse Speight, Lewis Wil- 
iiams. [one vacancy.] 
i" South Carolina. R, W. Barnwell, James Bkir, W. 

. Davis, Wm. Drayton, John M. Felder, J. R. Grif- 

n, T. R. Mitchell, Geo. McDuffie, Wm. T. Nuckolls. 

Georgia. T. F. Foster, H. G. Lamar, Daniel Now 

an, Wiley Thompson, R. H. Wilde, J. M. Wayne, 
[one vacancy.] 

' Kentucky. John Adair, Chilton Allen, Henry Dan-i 
liel, Nathan Gaither, Albert G. Hawes, R. M. Johnsonj 
Joseph Lecompte, C. Lyon, R. P. Letcher, T. A.{ 
Marshall, C. Tompkins, C. A. WicklifFe. j 

Tennessee- T. D. Arnold, John Bell, John Blair.j 
William Fitzgerald, William Hall, J. C. Isacks, Cavel 
Johnson, J. K. Polk, James Standifer. I 

Ohio. J. H. Crane, Eluthefos Cooke^ William 
Creighton,jr: Thomas Corwin, James Findlay, Wil-s 
liam VV. Irving, William Kenson, H. H. Leavitt, 
(William Rusell, Wm. Stanberry, John Thompson, Jo-! 
aeph Vance, Samuel F. Vinton, Elisha Whitilesev. 



i' ^^uMi— ""^"" f^ r ■>*■ — [■*"*^^mmiMtjiB 



(1 40_ 



li Louisiana. H. A. Buiiard, PliiJemoa Thomas, Ed- 

Kvard D. White, ii 

! Indiana. Ratliff Boone, John Carr, Jonathan; 

iM'Carty. 

j Jllississippi. Francis E. Plumer. 

Illinois. Joseph Duncan. 

Alabama. C. C. Clay, Dixon H. Lswis, Samue 
VV. Mardiz. 

Missouri. William A. Ashley. 

JJJichigan. Austin E. Wing. 
Arkansas. A. H. Sevier. 
Florida. J. M. White. 



RATES OF POSTAGE. 

Established by Act of Congress, passed March 3, 1825.J 

For a single letter, composed of one piece of pap9r,| 
for any distance not exceeding 30 miles, 6 cente; over 
30 miles, and not exceeding SO, 10 cents; over 80, and 
not exceeding 150, 12 1-2 cents; over 150, and not 
iexc^eding 400 miles, 18 3-4 cents; over 400, 25 cents. 

Double letters, or those composed of two pieces of 
'paper, are charged with double those rates. 

Tripple letters, or those composed of three pieces 
of paper, are charged triple those rates. 

Quadruple letters, or those composed of four piecet 
of paper, are charged quadruple those rates. 

A packet, the weight of one ounce, is charged the! 
rale of four single letters, and i'» like proportjon for 
one of greater weight. Ship letters, 6 cents. 

NEWSPAPER POSTAGE. 

For each newspoper carried not over 100 miles, 1 
cent; over 100 miles, 1 1-2 cents; but if carried to any 
joffice in the state in which it is printed, whatever the 
distance be, the rate id one cent. 

Pamphlets and Mngazines of the periodical kind,' 
not over 100 miks, 1 1-2 cenls per 6))eet; if over 100 
miles, 2 1-2 cenla per sheet ; those not published pe- 
riodically, are to be charged, for 100 miles or Ipss, 4 
cents on each sheet; over 150 miks, 6 cenls. Every 
.irticle sent in the mail, which is not either a newspa-| 
per, magazine, pamphlet, or lefjislative journal, is eub 



41_ 

Iject to letter postage, whether it be a printed or writ- 
ten communication, except a written or printed notice 
from a publisher of a newspaper, staling the subscrip- 
tion due, which must be attached to the margin of a 
newspaper, and postage charged for it as a news- 
paper, 

LIST OF NEWSPAPERS 

in Vermont, with the names of publishers, day of 

publication^ and price per year. 
Vermont Watchman and gtate Gazette, Montpelier 

E. P. Walton, Monday, %1. 
Vermont Patriot and State Gazette, Montpelier, Geo 

W. Hill, Monday, ^2. 
State Journal, Montpelier, Knapp & Jewett, Mon 

day, p. 
Burlington Sentinel, Burlington, E. & T. Mills, Fri 

day, %2, 
Burlington Free Press, Burlington, Henry B. Stacy 

Friday, g2. 
jGreen Mountain Repository, Burlington, Z. Thomp 

son. monthly, gl 25. 
Repertory, St. Albans, Jeduthun Spooner, Thura. §2 
American, Middlebury, H. H. Houghton, Saturday, g2 
Free Press, do E. D. Barber, Wednesday, g2 
Middlebury .Argus, Middlebury, E. H. Washburn 

Monday, g2. 
Stateeman,CastlGton, J.F. M'Collum, Wednesday, ^2 
Green Mountain Eagle, Castleton, J. Hemmingway,jr 

Tuesday, g2. 
Rutland Herald, Rutland, E. Maxhajn, Tuesday, g2 
Vermont Telegraph, Brandon, J. Long, Tuesday, ^2 
Vermont Gazette, Bennington, J. C Haswell, Tues 

day, p. 

The Moralist, Bennington, semi-monthly, 50 cents. 
Brattleboro' Messenger, Brattleboro', G. W. Nichols, 

Saturday, p. 
Vermont Intelligencer, Bellows Falls, S. H. Taylor, 

Saturday, p. 
Vermont Republican and Journal, Windsor, Simeon 

Ida, Saturday, p. 

D2 



42 



Vermont Cljronicle, Windsor, RicHarda aod Tracv 

Friday, ^2. 
Journsil of Temperance, do do 

6emi monthly, Friday, 50 cents. 
Vermont Courier, Woodstock, B. F. Kendall, Friday. 

American Whig, Woodstock, Ferdinand Sherwin j" 

Friday, fZ. 
Universalist Watchman, do Wm, Bell, Saturday, g2 
Vermont Advocate, Ciielsea, E. Avery, Thursday, »g2 
Weekly Messenger, St. Johusbury, S. Ealon, jun 
j Tuesday, g2.. 

jjNorth Star, Danville, Ebenezer Eaton, Tuesday, ^2 
■ "In 1827, there appeared, in the United Stales, 
2a,OOO,C00 copies to 11,600,000 inhabilap.ts ; \i. 
'Gr=at Britain, 483 different newgpapeis arid other pe 
riodical3 to 23,400,000 inhabitants; in Sweden ant 
Norway, 82 journals to 3,006,000 inhtbitants ; in th< 
States of the Church, 6 newspapers to 2>598,000 in 
habitants. (Stockholm, with 78,000 inhabiiantsj 
has 30 journals; Rome, with 154,000. only 3.) Den-ll 
mark, to 1,950,000 inhabitants, has 80 jouruiiis, oi 
which 71 are in the Danish lan^uBge; 23 are devotecj 
to politics, 25 to the sciences. Piusaia has 12,416.000; 
inhabitants, and 288 journals and periodicals. (Berlnj 
has 221,000 inhabitants, and 53 periodical works; Co ji 
penhagcn h'ls 109,000 inhabitants, and 57 journals.)! 
The Netherlands have 6,143,00 inhabitants, and ]5C>i 
journals. In the German confederation (cxcludinijj 
\ustria and Prussia), there are 13,300,000 inhabitant&.l 
and 305 journals ; in Saxony, to 1 ,400,000 inhabitants.! 
54 newspapers; Hi Hanover, lo 1. •50,000 inhabitants,! 
16 newspapers; in Bavaria, to 3,960,000 inhabitants 
48 newspapers. France, with o population of 32 mill- 
ions, has 490 periodical works (660 printmg establish- 
ments, 1,500 presses; in Paris, 81 printing establish 
mente, or 850 presses.) In Paris alone, containing 
tj90,000 inhabitants, there are 176 periodical works." I 
In Er^ypt is a paper printed by authority of Maham 
med Pacha. In British India, are six Gazettes pub . 
lished in the Bengal dialect. I 

j .'j'/', '"' ^'.Tplfi'rtbi i ii ' ■j_*iiiii i l IHi l I M I IH i |^il l l|i< iiil iliU; IH,l iiiilii ' \ 



>xr. s. ciB^^sus m i79o, i soo, ^lo, ^io, '30, 

1 790 I 18QQ I 1810 i 1 8 20 J ^1 830 

228705; 292335 399462 

472015 523387 610100 

214400 244161 269535 

217819 235764 280665 

78931 83059 97210 

251942 275248 297711 



Maine 

Mass. 

i\. H. 

|Vermont 

R. Island 

Conn. 

N. York 

N. Jersey 

Penn. 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Virginia 

Kentucky 

N. Carol, 

S. Carol. 

Georgia 

I'Tonness. 

W. Ter. 

N.W.Tcr 

Mississip. 

Indiana. 

D\s. Col. 

Oiiio 

Or!. Tor. 

Lousiana 

Ulinois 

Michigan 

Alabama 

Missouri 

Ark. Ter. 

Florida. 



96540 
341885 
105539 

88825 

67946 
230020 
340139 
184373 
434094 

59728 
319710 
74707 

73600 
39375 
24007 

8254b 

3669 



1517191 
422845 
183858' 
154465 

69122 
251002 
5360o0 
211149 
60254S 

64273 
349692] 
886149 
220959 
478103 
34559li 
162686 

105602 

45365 
8850 
5641 

14093 



95904911372812, 1923522 
2455621 277575'j 
8100901049454! 
726741' 72749| 
380546 407350 
9746221065369 



406511 
555500 
415115 
252433 

261727 



403o-.: 
24520 
24023 
230769 
76556 
20345 
12282 
4762 



564317 
638829 
502741 
340989 
422613 



75448 
147178 

33039 
581434 

153407 

55211 

8896 

127901 
66586 
14246 



320779 
1330638 
767391 
446913 
1213514 
720600! 
738470 
560000 
618337 
684822 



110000 

3415821 

98587' 

937679! 

215575 

161055 

31128 

309206 

137427 

30380 

34725 



Toial, 3921 4361531 9762|7230903j96379y9 12836426 



RECAPITULATION. 



iiicreaso. 

"297828" 
929015 

1002796 

848381 

60430 



18:20. 



Eariiein States, 
Middle State.s, 
Southern States^ 
Western States, 
Territories, 
^ Total, 



1659854 
3197744 
3327494 
1414726 
56181 



T9546'"8T 
4108959 
4330290 
2263107 
136611 



< 


44 




• 


EPITOME OF THE 


WHOLE POPULATION, 


1830. 


Free white person 


s. 






Males. 


Femal«s. 


Total. 


Under 5 years of age, 


972980 


921934 


1894914 


Of 5 and under 10, 


782075 


750741 


1532816 


Of 10 and under 15, 


669734 


638856 


1308690 


Of 15 and under 20, 


673196 


596254 


1169450 


Of 20 and under 30, 


956487 


918411 


18?4898 


Of 30 and under 40, 


592535 


555531 


1148066 


Of 40 and under 50, 


367840 


356046 


7238»6 


Of 50 and under 60, 


229284 


223504 


452788 


Of 60 and under 70, 


135082 


131307 


266389 


Of 70 and under 80, 


57772 


58336 


116218 


Of 80 and under 90, 


15806 


17434 


32240 


Of90 and under 100, 


2041 


2523 


4564 


Of 100 and upwards, 


301 


238 


539 


Total number, 5,35 


5,133 males; 


5,171,115 females ;|| 


10,526,248 free while 


persons. 






Colored population. Slaves. 






Males. 


Females. 


Total 


Under 10 years, 


353498 


347665 


701163 


|0f 10 and'under 24, 


312667 


308770 


621337 


jOf 24 and under 36, 


185585 


185786 


371371 


Of 36 and under 55, 


118880 


111887 


230767 


Of 55 and under 100, 


41545 


41436 


82981 


Of 100 and upi/ards. 


748 


676 


1424 


Males, 1,012,823; females, 996,220; total, 2,009,043. | 


Colored 


population. 


Free. 






Males. 


Females. 


Total. 


Under 10 years. 


48675 


47329 


96004 


Of 10 and under 24, 


43079 


48138 


91217 


Of 24 and under 36, 


27650 


32541 


60191 


iOf 36 and under 55, 


22271 


24327 


46598 


|Of 55 and under 100, 


11509 


13425 


24934 


jOf 100 and upwards, 


269 


386 


654 1 


j Males, 153,453; females, 166,146; total, 319,599. | 


! -^5 i-Free Whites, 


10,526,248 




' o \ Slaves, 


2,009,043 




i -^ < Free colored. 


319,599 




1 rt i On board public ships, 


5,318 




j o \ Om'ited in returns. 


5,812— 12,866.020ij 



45 

REPRESENTATIVE LUMBERS. 

The manner of computing numbers on which repre 
Id^ntation in Congress is based, -is different in the slave 
holding Slates from what it is in the others In the 
former, the number of white persons, and three fifths 
of the slave population, make the numbers on vvhich' 
the right of sending representatives is founded. Thus 
ftippose a State to have 6 40.000 white persons, and 
425,000 slaves; three fifths of the latter are to be add- 
ed to the former, making 895.000; and on this number 
[such Slate sends representatives. The following are 
ithe representative numbers according to the last cen 
jsus. Every 47,700 inhabitants sends one represcnta 
live. 



Maine 399454]Penn. 1348072 

N. Hampshire 269327p5la. 75431 

iMass. 61 04081 Maryl'd 405842 

JRhode Island 97I92iVirginia 1023502 
iConnecticut 2976G5|N. Car. 639747 
iVermont 280652 S. Car. 455025 

jNew York 191857c!Georgia 429811 
;Nevv Jersey 319921'Alabajna 262507 



Missis. 110357 

Lous. 171904 

Tenn. 625263' 

Ken. 62l83-2i 

Ohio 937001 
Indiana 343030 

Illinois 157145 

Aliss'ri 13041G 



MILITIA OF VERMONT. | 

The Militia of the state consists of all the able bod ; 
ied males, with a fexv exceptions made by law, betvveer| 
the afjes of 18 and 45 years. Each soldier is rcquireCj 
■to keep himself constantly provided with sp.ch arms! 
•and eqaipmenls, as are necessary for actual oervije ; 
land, by so doing, his poll is exempted from taxation 
The wtiole militia is, at present, divided irto four di ' 
visions, 10 brigades aod 35 regiments, with from eight; 
lo 12 compai>ies in each. Belonging tomostof lh«i 
Iregimenfs is also one company of cavalry, one of artil i 
iery and one of light infantry, and in many cases mort- 
jthan one of each. Tiie Governor is captain gent-rai 
iand commander in chief, and with the advice of the! 
^council is to arrange the whole militia into divisions,' 
jbrigades, &c. and may from time to time make such al-i 
Iterations as he shall see fit. Each division is com-i 
manded by a major general, with a division inspector.! 



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a division quarter master, and two aids; each brigade] 
by a brigadier general^ with a brigade inspector, brig-j 
jade quarter master, and one aid ; each regiment by ai 
colonel, lieutenant colonel and major, with the cus- 
tomary staff; and each company by a captain, lieuten- 
ant and ensign, with the customary non- commissioned 
officers. The major generals and brigadier generals 
are appointed by the legislature. The field officers 
are ciiosen by the commissioned officers of their res 
pective regiments and the several companies elecil 
iheir own officers. The whole militia of the statt 
'amounts to about 25,000. 



&mi dfotiernment of Ttvmont 

FOR THE POLITICAL YEAR 
Comraoncing October 1832, and ending October 1833. 



EXECUTIVE. _ 

WILIilAM A. PALMER, 

GOVERNOR, Danville. 

liEBBEUS EGBRTO]V, 

LT. GOVERNOR, Randolph. 
COUNCILLORS. 

Hon. Isaac Sherman, Bennington Co. 
John Phelps, iVindham. 

Zimri Howe, Rutland, 

S. C. Loreland, Windsor. 
S. H. Jennison, Addison. 

Daniel Cobb, Orange. 

N. Leavenworth, Chittenden. 
Henry F. Janes, Washington. 
Benj. F. Deming-, Caledonia. 
Jasper Robinson, Orleans. 
J. H. Brainerd, Franklin. 

Richard Graves, Essex. 
Geo. B. Manser, Esq. Secretary to the 

Governor and Council, WilUston. 

Beniamin Swan, Treasurer, Woodstock. 
Timothy Merrill, Secretary if Slate, Montpelier. 
David Pierce, Auditor, Woodstock. 



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47 




Job Lyman, 


Auditor in the Treasury 


Department, 


; Woodstock. 




1 
j 


LEGISLATIVJ'. 




• John Smith, of St. Albans, Speaker. 


1 


\ Robert Pierpoint, of Rutland, Clerk. 




\ D. P. Thompson, Montpelier, Engrosiing Clerk. || 


! 


Bennington County. 




i J'owns. 


Representatives. 


G. List , 


{Arlwgton, 


Asahel Hurd 


14119| 


\Benningiony 


John S. Robinson, 


34497 


Dorset, 


Sylvanns Sykes 


1036] 


■Landgrove, 


Joshua Marsh 


2727 


^\J\Ianchestery 


Aaron Baker 


20584 


\Poionaly 


Jacob Peck 


11969 


\Rupert, 


Silas Harwood 


15742^ 


\Peru, 

\lleadsborough, 


Peter Dudley 


3059 


Rlijah Bayley 


3440 


\Sandgatey 


Ezra West 


8233 


^Shaftsbury, 
\Stamford, 


Nathan L. Cross 


20483 


Stephen C. Millard 


2849 


]Svnderland, 


Noah Landon 


3914 


Winhall, 


Reuben Brooks 


2493 


\Woodford, 


William Weed 


1513 




*155,992 


\ 


Windham County. 


r 


Jlthens 


Joseph Tinkham 


2903 


'Braltlehoror 


Lemuel Whitney 


21865 


\Brookline 


Samuel Stebbins 


2354' 


\ Grafton 


Erastus BurgesB 


10198 


[Oui/ford 


Ward Bullock 


14129 


Dover 


Lyman Howe 


6217 


'.Dummerston 


Enos Leonard 


10619J 


Halifax 


Sanford Plumb 


9916! 


^Jamaica 


Nathaniel Cheney 


8597 


iLondor.derry 


Samuel Arnold 


627] 


\J\larlborough 


H. H. Winchester . 


7102 


'.Kevofane 


Henry Wheelock 


11898 


'Putney 


David Crawford 


11692 


.Rockingham 


Napoleon B. Roundy 


20319 



1 
i 


48 


-j 


\Somerset 


Eiliott Morso 


14391 • 


^St ration 


Stephen Ballard 


1571 


.Toicnshend 




10780 


\ T'^ernon 


John Stebbins 


49 1;-; 


ITVardsborough 


Emory Wheelock 


77G. 


JVesiminster 


Mark Richards 


1714' 


i Whuinghatn 


John Roberta 


1012-: 


JVilmingion 




1006;. 


ITFindhcbin 

1 
1 


Rutland County. 


563G; 


g214,947 


i Benson 


Joseph Bascomt) 


145 19 


Brandon 


Chancey VV. Conant 


15534 


\Castleion 


Selah H. Merrill 


17289, 


■ Chittenden 


Jonas Wheeler 


4696i 


.Clarendon 


Lewis Walker 


1507P' 


•Danhy 


Benjamin Barnes 


14902! 


; Fairhaven 


Tilly Gilbert 


614]i 


\Hubbardton 


Ira Jenninas 


7033{ 


Ira 


Whipple Martin 


41 9G! 


\Mendon 


Edward Muzzey 


16551 


\Middleioxcn 


Merritt Clark 


fi778i 


MounlhoUy 


Marvel Johnson 


B818; 


'Mount Tabor 


Silas Hathorn 


12G!^ - 


Orwell 


Thomas D. Hammond 


20308; 


'Pawlet 


Milton Brown 


187071 


\Pitl<jield 


Ira Parsons 


3361' 


\Pillsford 




18534 


Poultney 


William L. Farnham 


1963-: 


Rutland 


Rodney C. Royce 


27522 


■Sherburne 


Silas Colton 


2050 


\Skrewsbury 


John Buckmaster 


1033. 


Sudburtj 


John C. Sawyer 


7515, 

1 


TinrAOutk 


Paine Gilbeit 


7923! 


\l¥ ailing ford 


Amos Buc!<lin 


14075! 


'TVells 


Calef Mnnroe 


6148i 


\ IVesthaven 


Orin Cliurch 


oGoG 

I 


J-281790 




Windsor County. 


^Andover 


William Warner 


6347 





49 




Baltimore 




1781i 


Barnard 


Thomas Freeman 


13864! 


Bethel 


Elisha Fowler 


14806: 


'Bndgwafer 


James H. Munger 


9269i 


\Cavendish 


Levi Jackman 


15056; 


Chester 


David Bates 


23057| 


Hartford 


Wyllys L}rnan 


20545' 


Hariland 


Isoac N. Cushman 


23930; 


^Ludlow 


Arioch Smith 


10178; 


\N'orwich 


Elias Lyman 


18358'; 


[Plymouth 


Samue! Page 


7245* 


Pumphret 


Cyrus Snow 


142221 


Reading 


William Felch 


13273 


Rochester 


Stilman Emerson 


10440' 


Royal ton 


Calvin Parkust 


1G064 


Sharon 




13312! 


Springjield 


John White 


22536! 


\St,ockbridge 


John Leonard 


8717; 


Weathersfield 


Barnabas Dean 


2160li 


\ Weston 


Jonathan Webster 


5682; 


\ Windsor 


Allen Wardner 


30448i 


; Woodstock 

i 

1 


Jason Kendall 


3060 1 • 


^351,34l| 


1 

1 


Addison County. 




Addison 


Henry Smith 


13495 


\Bridport 


Paris Fletcher 


17350' 


Bristol 


Daniel £. Parmelee 


8898' 


Cornwall 


William Hamilton 


12690: 


^.Ferrisburg 


David Hazard 


1 5065: 


iGoshen 


Nathan Capen 


2464; 


\ Hancock 


Josiah P. Brooks 


2502' 


^Kingston 


Isaac Parker 


2404; 


Leicester 


John Bullock 


5124; 


Lincoln 


Isaac Houston 


3517! 


\jliddlebury 


Edward D. Barber 


23648 


Monk ton 


Georg-e E. Stone 


10373' 


J\''ewhav€n 


Bela Eldridge 


1589(^ 


Panton 


Jesse Gran%ly 


5955. 


■Salisbury 


Ebenezer N. Briggs 


7337! 


Shoreham 


John S. Hunsderi 


21G41J 



T 



^tarksboro' 
\Vergennea 
\Waitham 
WeybridgM 
Whitins 



\Breidforcl 

[Brainiree 

Brookjield 

Chelsea 

Curinih 

Fair lee 

JS'ewhury 

Orange 

IRandolph 

iStraffhrd 

iTopsham 

\Thetford 

-Tunhridge 

■J^er shire 

\lVashinglon 

[West Fair lee 

IVUliamslovon 



'Bolton 
.Burlington 
Charlotte 
'Colchester 
\Essex 

iHine.<iburgk 
iHunlington 
\jericho 
yilansfield 
:J)Iillon 
\Richmond 
\Shflburne 
jS'f. George 
UnderhiH 



Theron Downey 
John H. SheriH 
William Barton 
Benjamin Wales 
John Branch 



Orange County. 

Jesse Merriil, 2nd. 
Daniel Wait, jr. 
John Wheatley 
Harry Hale 
Winthrop Green 

Abner B. W. Tenney 
Nathan Foster 
Martin Flint 
Lyman Benson 
Jonathan Jenness 

Smith 
Samuel Austin 
Rufus Blanchard 
William Huntington 
Wjlliam L. Churchill 
Jedediah Smith 

Chittenden County. 

Moses L. Colton 
Timothy Follett 
Myron Powell 

Amasa Bryant 
Joseph Marsh 
Selah Ambler 



Joseph Clark . 
Edward Jones 

Horace Ferris 
John H. Tower 



6800 

8221; 

S038I 
€965^ 
6360 

g200728 

13720 
7700 
J 3201 
16512 
1721QJI 

^.135 

194V9 

6105 

24549 

16755 

9300 

16017 

1667G 

9799 

8991 

6386 

134331 

^199171 
1957!; 

3228^ 

158141 
765d 
9052 

11756 
4861 

10319 

nod 

15644 
76231 
60641 






51 


1 


TFestford 


John Allen 


8511: 


Willislon 


David French 


13039; 

- 1 


^1515241 




Washington County. 


1 


Barre 


Alvan Carter 


15454; 


Berlin 


Jopiah Benjamin 


11678! 


^Calais 




8842! 


\Duxhury 


Samuel Turner 


3537! 


Elmore 


Abner Doty 


23411 


Foi/ston 


Peter Drew 


2172 


[Jlarshjield 


William Martin 


6748' 


]JSIiddlesece 




7545' 


Montpelier 


Azel Spaldingr 


£3110 


MoreAown 


Calvin Clark 


44781 


Worthjield 


John Averill 


9638; 


1 Plainfield 


John Vincent 


6480, 


■Roxbury 


Isaiah Shaw 


3927: 


\Siow 




9786' 


Wailsjield 


Thomas Prentiss 


7987| 


Warren 


Joseph A. Hyzer 


4968 


' Worcester 


Milton Brown 


1 930: 


Waterbur^ 


Araasa Pride 


10379 


^140008 




Caledonia County. 




\Barnet 


Cloud Harvey 


14334 


Burke 


Elam White 


6035 


Cabot 


Nathan Wheeler 


8895' 


\Danville 


Augustine Clarke 


2184T, 


{Grolon 


David Vance 


48961 


Hardwick 
Kirby 


Joseph Patch 


8425! 


Josiah Joslin 


2662| 


\Lyndon 


Job Randall 


14044' 


\J^ev:ark 


Bufus Kinney 


1474 


\Peacham 


Hazen Merrill 


12586] 


\Ryegate 


John Cameron 


8395! 


\SheJield 


James Townshend 


S914' 


^^St. Johnsbury David Goss, jr 


13672' 


\Sutton 


Jacob C. Morrill 


6554' 


\Walden 


Daniel Wooster 


5188 





52 


■" ' 


Waterford 


Robert Tagrgard 


J1881 


Wlieelock 


Benjamin Conner 


4221 


Woodbury 


Ebenezcr Bruce 


3178 


^151789 




Franklin County. 


tr' 


Belvidere 


Josiah W. Potter 


712 


Bakersjield 


Harry Reynolds 


742 3 1 


Berkshire 


Nathan Hamilton 


6175 


Cambridge 


Nathan Smilie 


119361 


Enosburgh 


Oliver F. Robinson 


7975, 


Fairfax 


James Bellows 


10105; 


Fairjield 


- Joel Barber, jr 


10707| 


Fletcher 


Guv Kingsley 


51821 


Franklin 


Philip S. Gates 


6462! 


Georgia 


Solomon Bliss, jr 


16299! 


Johnson 


Thomas Waterman 


7145 


Montgcmery 


Daniel Barrows 


2602: 


Richford 


William Rogers 


3142! 


Sheldon 


Levi Hapgood. 


9968| 


St Albans 


John Smith 


19552! 


Highgate 


Jesse Carpenter 


115791 


Sicanton 


George Green 


12594| 


Sterling 




208f 


WatervilU 


Jesse C. Holmei 


2591 


1^152367 




Orleans County. 




Albany 


Jabez Page 


3955{ 


Barton 


Harry Baxter 


4766 


Brownington 


George C. West 


28641 


Charleston 


Silas Gaskill 


2469| 


Coventry 


Charles Storey 


4530| 


Craftsbury 


Augustus Young 


6846 


Derby 


Jacob Bates 


9225 


Eden 


Luther H. Brown 


1819 


Glover 


Charles Hardy 


5099 


Greensboro' 


Ezekiel Rand 


5012 


Holland 


Isaiah Emerson 


1898 


Hydepark 


Joshua Sawyer 


4708 


\ Irasburgh 


Joseph Wiggins 


4985 



Jay 
Lowell 

Morgan 

iMorristown 

[f^ewporl 

iTroy 

ISalem 

Westjield 

\Wolcoti 



j 

\BloomJield 

iB-runswick 

'.Canaan 

\CoHCord 

Granby 

iGuildhaU 

Lemington 

\Lunenburgk 

Maidstone 

Random 



Grand Isle 
Isle La Molt 
Jllburgh 
iJVorth Hero 
South Hera 



53 

John Harding 

I>aviu P. Noyes 
Samuel Warner 
Samuel H. Hovey 
Nathaniel Cobb 
Guy Stoughton 



Kssex County. 

Arad Silver 
Benjamin Brown 
Samuel B. Cooper 
Archibald Togfg'ard 
Benjamin S. Clark 
John Dewey 
Noyes Denison 
Jonah Brooks, jr 
Joseph Gleason 
Timothy Corey 



Grand Isle County. 
Henry C. Boardman 
Charles Carron, jr 
Giles Harrington 
Joel Allen 
Bird LandoD 



maaem 

945 
680 

18731 
84581 
1463 
3361 
1089 
1350 
2974 



^8030791 

6891 

CO5I 
2236i 
6718 

518 
3440 
1068 
7244 
1958 

451 



$2513 




f29220 

Rev. William S. Perkins, CAap/ain, 1st part of session 
Rev. Chester Wright, C^apZain, latter pari of sesaion. 
Rawsell R. Keith, Sheriff. 

E. P. Walton, jr. Metsenger. 
Wyman Spooner, Reporter, 
Isaac Riker, Door-Keeper, 
John Starkweather, > ^-j. - .» „ 
Geo. W. Barker. ] ^•^''''' ^/*^' -^''"**- 

F. F. Merrill, Librarian. 




TOWN OFFICERS. 

Clergy^ Attornies^ Physicians, and Postmasters, in each\ 
town in the State. i 



'■' ' ^ - ■" I " il»fl»l II ■*! r I iw^ . 

64 



Bennington County. 

Arlington. Town clerk, John B. Lathrop ; First 
constable, Nelson Hawley; Selectmen, Galen Canfield, 
Zadock Hard, Samuel Buck; Clergymen, William S. 
Perkins, epis. ; Attorney, Phineas Smith ; Physicians, 
Sirneon Liitlefield, Abel Aylsworth ; Postmasters, Bin- 
gam Hill ; West Arlington, Mr. Sprague. 

Dorset. Town clerk Azel Morse ; First eonstablt- 
Heman Morse-; Selectmen, Benjamin Ames, John 
Chapman and Experience Barrows ; Clergymen, Wm. 

Jackson, con. Whitehorn* melh. : Physiciane,} 

Bell, Waller S. Shumway ; Postmasters, James 

A. Hodge, David Deming. 

Landgrave. Town clerk, Reuben Holt, jr. Firstj 
constable Joseph Hall ; Selectmen, Reuben Holt, jr. 
Gideon Davis jr. Joshua Marsh; Clergymen, Mr. San- 
derson, raeth. ; Physicians, Amori Benson, L. G Whi- 
ting ; Postmaster, Selah Warner. 

Manchester. Town clerk, Lyman Harrington; First 
onstable. Major Hawley ; Selectmen, Benjamin Rob-i 
arts, Hiram Walker, and Lorin Dean ; Clergymen, 
Abram Bronson, epis., Moses Fields, bap., James An- 
derson, con. ; Attornies, Milo L. Bennett, John Aiken. 
Leonard Sargeant, Syrenus Swil't; Phisicians, Ezra! 
[sham; George Tuttle, Thomas Dunton ; Postmasters, 
W. J. Shepherd, Benjamin Roborts. 

Peru. Town clerk, Reuben Bigelow ; First consta- 
ble, Nathan Whitney; Selectmen, Beniamin Barnard 

jr., Peuben^Bigelow, Peter Dudley; Clergyman, 

Hurd, cong. ; Postmaster, Daniel Tuthill. 

Pownal. Town clerk, Sylvanus Dantbrth ; First 
constable, Josiah Bates; Selectmen, Samuel Wright. 
Elijah Barber, and Jacob Peck ; Clergymen, Elijah; 
Pratt, meth. Edward Green, bap.; Physicians, Benja- 
min F. Morgan, Abel B. Wilder, am] Abel W. Potter; 
Postmaster, John M, Potter. 

Rupert. Town clerk, Henry Sheldon; First con 



^iji ■■iL.."li ■ i| Ml iti jii I I •mmm^ti^m^ 

55 



stable, Lawrence Kent ; Selectmen, Jo"&eph Hastings. 
Enoch Eastman, Hirann Bailey; Ciergy, David Wil- 
son, con. Archibald Wait, bap.; Physicians, John 
Sergeant, Henry Sheldon ; Postmasters, Ira F. Shel- 
don west Rupert, Harmon Underbill, east Rupert. 

Readsboro". Town clerk, Sylvester Bishop ; First 
constable, Elijah Bailey; Selectmen, H. Holbrook, C- 
\Y. Baker, and Simon Migers jr.; Clergy, James 
Carpenter, bap. Jonas Stearns, ref. meth. and Simon 
Migers jr. chris. ; Physicians, Anson L. Petty; Pest- 
master, James Hatch. 

Sandgate. Town clerk, John H. Sanderson ; Firsi 
constable, Samuel Thomas ; Selectmen; Ezra Wert, 
Eri Sherman, Samuel Thomas; Clergy, Brainard 
Kent; Physician, H.Tucker; Postmaster, E. Bradley. 

Skaftshury. Town clerk, Hiram Barton ; First con- 
stable Charles Spencer ; Selectmen, Nathan L. Cross. 
iLyman W. Munroe, Russell Fisk ; Clergy, 2saiai) 
:Matteson, C. W. Hodges, Robert Bennett, bap. ; 
(Enoch King, meth. ; Attorney, Nathan Huntington ; 
Physicians, Daniel Huntington, Jonas Hunti.igton ; 
Postmasters, Henry Huntington and Jonathan Draper. 

Stanif'ord. Town clerk, Otis Phillips ; First consta- 
ble, Stephen Cook; Selectmen, Reuben Smith, Ste 

jhen C. Millard, and Joseph Mixer; Clergy, Mr- 

Weaver and Mr. Barker, meth. Lyman Powers,' 

bap. ; Physician, Hiram G. Sheldon. 

Sunderland. Town clerk, James A. Graves ; First 
nonstable, Hiram Hill ; Selectmen, Jeremiah Webb, 
Edniond A. Graves, William Perkins jun. ; Clergy, 
Nesdham Knights, William Mack, epis. meth. ; Post- 
naster, Gilbert Bradley 2d. 

WindhaU. Town clerk, Reuben Brooks; First con-! 
stable, John Brooks ; Selectmen, Nathaniel Mellen ' 

Job Leonard, Ezra Chapin; Clergy, Reed,cong^ 

Joseph Allen, meth./ Phy-sician, Job Leonard; Post- 
iuaster, Hardin Bebee. 

Woodford. Town clerk, William Packer; Firs! 
constable, Ruel Cutler; Selectmen, Ruel Cutler, Jen 
nmgs Rider, JcJseph Knapp; Clergy, Joseph C. Hol- 
;ister, ref. meth. ; Postmaster, Elisha Lyon. 



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Windham County. 

Athena. Town clerk, Lyman Alexander; First 
constable, Micah Davis; Selectmen, Prince Lambert, 
Comfort Thresher, Willard Oak ; Physician, Charle 
Perry; Postmaster, Ethalston Bayley. 

Braitlehoro\ Town clerk; Stephen Greenleaf ; Firsfl 
constable, Phineas Stewart ; Selectmen, Joseph Good-i 
nae, Lafayette Clark, Isaac Plummer; Clergy, Jona-! 
than M'Gee, Jedediah L Stark, con. Addison Brown f 
unitarian; Altorniep, Samuel Elliot, Asa Green, Jon! 
athan D. Bradley, VVm. R. Hayes; Piiysicians, Lem-j 
nel Dickerman, Russel F:tch, John L. DickermanJ 

Daniel Gilbert,' Bailey; Postmasters, Asa Green,' 

Jofham Howes. 

Brookline. Town clerk, Jacob Burditt; First conL 
stable, Isaac Wellman, 3d; Selectmen, Thos. Crane. 
Samuel Adams, Ebenezer Whitney ; Clergy, Joseph, 
jPerry, bap; Physician, William Perry. j 

j Dover. Town clerk, William H. Hodges ; Firsil 
jconalable, Asa Haskins; Selectmen, Wm. H. Hodges' 
James Miner, jr. Daniel Leonard ; Clergy, William 
H. Hodges, melh. James Mann, bap. Daniel Leonard.! 
r. bap; Physician, Jedediah Estabrook; Postmaster] 
John Rice, jr. > 

Dummerslon. Town clerk, Joseph Duncan,; First: 
constable, Marshall Newton, jr; Selectmen, Asai 
Knight, Henry Willard, Asa Duiton, jr; Clergy, Ho-,! 
sea Beckley, con. Jonathan Huntley, bap; Altorney.f 
Marshall Miller; Physiciaus, Isaac N. I{!napp, Sewall' 
Walker, Isaac Boyden, Charles Duncan, Jotham Bur-| 
net, Isaac Burnet ; Postmaster, Luther Allen. 

Grafton. Town clerk, Artemas Spring; First con-j 
stable, Samuel Walker; SeJectmon, William Palmer,' 
John Barrett, Erastus Burgess; Clergy, Mr. Bradford,! 

con ; Physicians, Bridgeman, Chandler 

Eason; Postmaster. Nathan Wheeler. 



■^ 



Guilford. Town clerk, Ward Bullock; First con-l 
stable, Russell Hyde; Selectmen, Isaac Brown, jr^ 
Xathan Conant, Abel Weatherhead ; Clergy, Benja-j 

min Bucklin, bap. Gatesj f. bap. Auri^ Bugbee,^ 

miv. Asa Haynes, meth. Pierson, epis; AttorJ 



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ney, J olin Phelps; Physicians, Dana Hyde, Benj. W. 
Stevens, Abel Whitney ; Postmasters, Elihu Field, 
Guildford, Edward Houghton, jr. Guilford centre. 

Halifax. Town clerk, Dirius Bullock ; First con- 
stable. Chapman Swain ; Selectmen, Park Williams, 
Joseph Henry, Isaac Warden; Clergy, Thomas H. 
Wood, con. Samuel Fish, jr. bap; Attorney, Jedediah 
Stark; Physicians, Charles Houghton, Horace May ; 
Postmaster, Thomas H. Wood. 

Jamaica. Town clerk, Ezra Livermore ; First con- 
stable, John Kellogg; Selectmen, Ziba Chapin, Jas. 
Brown, jr. Zadock Muzzy ; Clergy, Samuel Kings-j 
aury, con; Physicians, Moses Chamberlam, Joel Hol- 
toD ; Postmaster, Benjamin Felton. 

Londonderry. Town clerk, Jairus B. Collins; First 
(nonstable, Daniel Warner; Selectmen, Elisha White;| 
Burnet Wait, Lyman Whitman; Clergy, — Godard,i 
con. Simeon Pierce, bap. Physicians, Jairus B. Coll- 
ins, Jeremiah Arnold; Postmaster, David Stowell. 

JSIarlhoro\ Town clerk, Ephraim H. Newton ; First 
stable, Jonathan Smith ; Selectmen, Hubbard H. Win- 
chester, Simeon Adams, Ezra Thayer ; Clergy, Eph. 

H. Newton, con. Grant, bap ; Physician, Eben- 

^zer Tucker; Postmaster, Jonathan Smith. 

JVewfane. Town clerk, Nathan Stone ; First con- 
stable, George Williams, 2d ; Selectmen, Moses Sa- 

bin, Artemas Bruce, Sir Isaac Newton ; Clergy, 

Brown, con; Altornies, Martin Field, Roswell M. 
Field ; Physicians, John Willson, Chester Olds, Ellhu 
Halliday ; Postmasters, Jason Duncan, jr. Williama- 
ville, Dexter Holbrook, Fayetteville. 

Putney. Town clerk, James Low; First constable, 
William Houghton; Selectmen, David Crawford, 
VViUard Cobb, Lewis Miller; Clergy, Benjamin H. 
Pitman, con. Mr. Putman, meth. Attornies, Phinehas 
White, Asa Keyes; Physicians, Alexander Campbell, 

John Campbell, Severance; Postmaster, James 

Keyes. 

Rockingham. Town clerk, Alexander S. Campbell ; 
First constable, Edward Derby; Selectmen, Richard; 
Cobb, Cyrus Locke, Ezekiel Weston ; Clergy, Carl-| 



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jton Chase, ep. Richard JVl. Ely, bap; Attornies, Dan| 
iiel Kellogg, Alexander S. Campbell, Horace Porter:] 
jPhysicians, William Alcherson, Noah Pratt, John H\ 
Wells, Artemas Robbins ; Postmasters, Henry Camp-j 
bell, Rockingham, JohnH. Wells, Bellows Falls, Roy-i 
al Earl, Saxton's Village. j 

Stratton. Town clerk, Elias Basset; First consta' 
hie, John N. Glazier; Selectmen, Baxter Lyon, Da 
via Rice, Ashbel Kidder. 

Somerset. Town clerk, Hazelton Rice ; First con 
stable, Jared Liilic; Selectmen, Ephraim Rice, Johi 
S. Crosby, Isaac Pike; Clergy, Daniel Leonard, bap 

Vernon. Town clerk, Marshall Whithed; Firs 
constable, Elijah Stebbins; Selectmen, Joseph Frank 
'in, Marshall Whithed, John Stebbins; Clergy, Tim- 
othy F. Rogers, unit. ; Physician, Cyrus Washburn; 
Postmaster, Marshall W hilhed. 

Wardsboro\ Town clerk; Asa Wheelock ; Firsl 
constable, Ira P. Howard; Selectmen, Job Ramsdell 
Silas Dexter, Asa Underwood, jr; Clergy, Jas. Tufts. 
^on. Joseph Gambell,, bap. Guy Beckley, meth ; Phy 

sicians, Paul Wheeler, John P. Warren, Austin; 

Pnsf master, James Tufts. 

Westminster. Town clerk, Sylvester Sage ; Firs' 
constable, Joseph Hamblin, ; Selectmen, Joel Page, 
Luther A. Richards, Jared Goodell ; Clergy, Sylves 
ter Sage, Timothy Field, con; Attorney, William C. 
Bradley; Physicians, Pliney Safford, David Allen; 
Postmasters, Pliney Safford, East Parish, David Al- 
ien, West Parish. 

Windham. Town clerk, Wm. Harris; First con- 
stable, Jude Farr, ; Selectmen, Amos Emory, Timo 
ihy Barton, Edw. R. Aikin; Clergy, Selah R. Armes. 
con. Samuel Kingsbury, bap; Physician, John Austin; 
Postmaster, David Woodburn. 

Wilmington. Town clerk, Jairus Hall ; Firsl con 
liable, Perley Bartle\t ; Selectmen, Azor Smith, Hor- 
ace Alvoid, Hiram Bill; Clergy, Joel Wright, con 
Mansfield Bruce, bap. William. S. Baliou, univ; At 
torney, Charles K. Field ; Physicians, John Pulsipher. 



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Waters Giliet, Abaer Allard, Kiltridge; Post- 

iTiasler, Adna Childs. 

; Whitingham. Town clerk, Elliot Brown; FirsJ 
constable, William Hull ; Selectmen, Lcdyard Ilayley. 
Simeon Morse, Lot Sibley ; Clcrofv, Amherst Lamb, 
bap. Ebenezer Davis, ref. meth. Calyin BucUland, f. 
bap; Attornies, Quarters Smead, John Roberts, Hor 
ace Roberts, Henry Closson; Physicians, Roswel 
Pike, Horace Smith, Elliot Brown; Postmaster, Hor 
ace Roberts. Point Pleasant, James RoberLs. 
Rutland County. 

Benson. Town clerk, John Keilogrsr; First consta- 
Tie, Zebiah Field; Selectmen. John Dickinson, C. R 
Walker; Clergy, D. D. Francis, cong-. ; Attornies. 
John Kellogror, M. R. Meacham, Mylo Smith ; Physi 
jeians, R. P. Cooley, Selh Ransom, H. H. Howard; 
;Post master, C. R. Walker. 

Brandon. Town clerk, Barzilla Davenport ; Firs 
{Constable, VValter Cooley ; Selectmen, C. W. Conani. 
Ira Button, Abram Bressee ; Clergy, Ira Ingraham, 
cong., Charles Pomeroy meth. ; Attornies, Barzillr. 
jDnvenport, Ezra June, A. W. Broughton ; Physicians. 
[. F. Merriam, L W. Hale, Luke Hule, L. Smith, Jj 
F. Marusen, Gerry Ross ; Postmaster, Scth Keeler. 

Castleton. Town clerk, Oliver R. Harris; First 
constable, Theodore King, jr; Selectmen, Zimri Howe 
William Sanford, A'anson K. Wheeler ; Clergy, Jo 
seph Steele, cong- C. P. Clark, meth. epis. ; Attor- 
nies Zimri Howe, B. F. Lani^don, L. M. Mason, and 
is. H. Merril; Physicians, Theodore Woodward, Jo- 
seph Perkins, Jonathan D. Woodward; Postmaster. 
jSamuel Moulton. 

I ChiUenden, Town clerk, Moses Randall ; Firsil 
jconstttble, Dan Dike, 2d; Selectmen, Aaron Segar, 
Jc-tferson Leonard, Charles Hewitt, 

Clarendon. Town clerk, Daniel S. Ewing ; First 
|coi,s!ablH, Lewis M. Walker; Selectmen. Ciiopmai 
Gi'Jdings Ailen C. Shepardson, Josiah French, Aaroi: 
Aldrich, Georj,'e W. Chaplin ; Clergy, John Peck 
bap. Fhilctua Clark, cong. ; Physicians, Jonathan Shaw 

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Seneca Wing, Silas Bowen; Postmaster, Caleb Hal 
Calvin Crossman. j 

Danby. Town clerk, John Vail ; First constable,' 
Dennis Horton ; Selectmen, Ira Edmunds, John C. 
White, Alexander Barrett ; Physicians, Harris Otis,, 
Eli Learned, William C. Fox, Albert Robbinson ; 
Postmabter, Aden W. Green. 

Fairhaven. Town clerk, Tilly Gilbert; First con-j 
stable, William B. Colburn ; Selectmen, Elijah Esty,; 
Harvey Howard, Hiram Hamilton ; Clergy, Amosj 
Drury, cong. ; Attorney, William C. Kitteridge ; Phy-i 
sician, Edward Lewis, jr. ; Postmaster, Worcester! 
Morse. 

Hubbardton. Town clerk, James Flagg ; First 
iconstable. Pliney Holmes ; Selectmen, Reuben Bay-; 
iiies, James Flagg, and x^braham Resseguie ; Clergyj 
jHoratio Flagg, cong. ; Physicians, Daniel Robinson.i 
lAsahel Houghton ; Postmaster, Ebenezer Martin. 

Ira. Town clerk, John Mason ; First constable 
Leicester Mason; Selectmen, Whipple Martin, Jo 
geph Chapman, Samuel Wetmore; Clergy, Josep^ 
Packer, bop. ; Postmaster, Daniel Graves, jr. 

Middletown. Town clerk, Eliakim Paul ; First? 
constable, John Harrington; Selectmen, Eli Oatman,j 
iWilliam F. Miner, Micah Vail; clergy, Gorham B. 
jDay, bap. George B. Stone, cong.; Attornies, Jonas| 
jClark, Orson Clark ; Physicians, Eliakim Paul, Alva^ 
Paul, Svlvester G. Mattison ; Postmaster, Horace; 
IClark. ' ; 

Mount Holly. Town clerk, Daniel Packer; Firslj 
iconstable, David French ; Selectmen, Marvel John-' 
son, Jacob Pingrey, Chancy Cook; Clergy, Daniei 
Packer, bap. Jeriel Andrews Meth, ; Physicians, 01i[ 
!ver Garnsey, Sylvester Grinnell, and John Crowley ; 
iPostmaster, Hiram Dickerman. ' 

Movpt Tabor. Town clerk, Caleb Buffum ; First 
constable, John Read; Selectmen, Edward C. Tabor^ 
•David Sawyer, Silas Hathorn ; Clergy, Benjamin 
iShaw. ' 1 

Orwell. Town clerk, Ira Smith, 2d ; First ©onsta- 



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ble. Bishop Bottum ; SeJectmen, Pliny Smith, JosepU 

H.Chittenden, and Ira Young; Clergy, Mr. j 

Anger, bap. Mr.. Sacket, cong. Physicians,! 

Earl Cushman, Nathan Gale and Joel Barber; Post-i 
master, Ira Smith, 2d 

Pawlet. Town clerk, Elisha Allen; First consta- 
ble, Robert H, Smith ; Selertraen, Milton Brown, 
Return Strong, Oliver Hanks; Clergy, Elijah W. 

iPlumb, cong. Beamen, epis. melh. — ^ Walker, 

iprotest. meth. Warden r. Reynolds cam. bap. ; At- 
itorney Nathaniel Harmon ; Physicians, Oliver L. 
Harmon, Warren B. Sargeant, Samuel Potter ; Post- 
master, Rnfus C. Wheeler. 

Piltsfield. Town clerk, William R. Blossom ; First 

constable, J. M. Fuller; Selectmen, Erostus Holt, Ira 

(Parsons, Joel Diirkee ; Clergy, Daniel Rockwell, con.! 

jPhysician, Levi Rix. ; Postmaster, Daniel Bowe. I 

j Pittsford. Town clerk, Samuel H. Kellogg; First; 

iconstablo, Eleazer Barns ; Selectmen, Harris Boage,! 

iDeodat Brewster, German F. Hendee; Clergy, Wil-j 

lard Ciiild, con; Atlornies, Gordon Nevvall, John G.j 

iNewall; Physicians, A. G.Dana, Kendric Winslow,' 

Peleg C. Barlow; Postmaster, Elijah Brown, jr. j 

PouUney. Town clerk, Henry G. Neal ; First con-' 

.stable, Harlow Hosford ; Selectmen. William L. Far-i 

jnam, Calvin Mallary, and James Richardson ; Clergyj 

jSylvestor Cochran, con. Eli B. Smith, bap. SmithJ 

jmeih. Mason Bingham epis. Attornies, Almon Warner,! 

i' James S. Harris and Elisha Ward ; Physicians, Aden! 
Kendrick, Stephen Brownson and Ebenezer Porter;! 
Postmasters, Harris Hosford and Henry Stanley. j 
jj Rutland. Town clerk, Ambrose L. Brown ; First! 
constable, Abner Mead ; Selectmen, Joel M. Mead,j 
i William Boardman, Jarnes Porter, Luther Daniels •,- 
iCiergy, Charles Walker, cong. Hadley Proctor, bap.' 
(John A. Hicks, epis. Lucius L. Tilden, cong. Attor- 
jnies, Moses Strong, William Page, Robert Temple, Na- 
•rhan Osgood, Reuben R. Thrall, Henry B. Tousler, 
Ambrose L. Brown, Edgar L. Ormsbee, Rodney C. 
Royce, Solomon Foot F. A. Hopkins, Moses M. Strong; 
Physician?, James Porter, Joel Green, John Cleveland, 



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{Horace Green, James Porter, jr. John F. Cleveiand,' 
Lorenzo Sheldon, D. Cole; Postmasters Royal H.l 
Waller, Lucius L. Tilden. 

Sherburne. Town clerk, Noah Johnson ; First con 
stable, Charles Shedd ; Se]ectn)en, iovi Bennett, A\ 
bro Anthony, Silas Cokon; Clergy; Noah JohH6on,| 
ichr's'. Postmaster, Cephas Wood. I 

; Skrewshury. Town clerk, Harry Holden ; First [ 
constable El.jali B. Jones ; Selectmen, John Buckmas- 
ter. Job Waterman, Asa Hay ward, Otis G. Jones, 
Abraham Smith ; Clerfjy, Mr. Martin, eiirist. Phy- 
sician, Lowell W. Gurnsey; Postmaster Stephen G lea- 
son, Xevi Finney, Finney Ville. 

Sudbunj. Town clerk, Hiram Warner; First con- 
stable, Warren Grey: Selectmen, Barnard Ketch«m| 

jSaraael Sandara, Alanson Griffin; Clergy, Brown 

iconor. Physicians, Charlea W. Horton, Salmon P. Dy- 
jer; Postmaster, Hiram Warner. 
I Tinmoutk. Town clerk, George Capron; First 
(constable, Eliada Cranton ; Selectmen, Peter White, 
jN. W. Sawyer, Linas Cranton ; Attornics, Obadi- 
jah Noble ; Physicians Theophilus Clark, James Allen; 
Postmaster, William Vaughan. ( 

JValling^ford. Town clerk, Howard Harris; First 
'constable, Ishara White 1 Selectmen, Thomas Hulett,f 
jSamuel !vl. Egerton, Joel Consranllne ; Clergy, Ste-| 
(Phen Mar!.indalG,coi!g. Frederick Page, bap. Morris'i 
■Prindle, meth. Daniel Vsughan ref. m^th. Att^jmiesJI 
Harvpy Button, A. L. Miner. Physicians, John Fox,! 
/David Hi^lden, Jodeph Ranuall; Postmaster, John IvesJ 
j Welts. Town clerk, Ansel Goodspeed : First con- 
jstable, Apoilos Hastinfv--: Seiectmoti, Joseph Park,; 
iDavid B. Lewi.9, John Pray : Clergy, Shubael Lamb.! 
jmetl;. Physician, Joseph Munson ; Postmaster, "Levi 
iLewis. 

[ West Haven. Town clerk, Artemaa Wyman: First) 
iconstablo, Thoa. Hortnn. 2d : Selectmen, John Offen-jj 
send, Oilin Church, David Downs: Clergy, Reuben! 

Sawyer bap. Avery, cong. Physician, Gilbert; 

Spooner : Postmaster, Apoilos Smith. j 

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VVindssor County. 

1 AndoT^cr. Town clerk, Sevvall Smith; First con- 
Ltable, John B. Manning ; Selectmen, Edward Simons, 
Solomon Howard, jr. Abraham Brown; Clergy, Cal- 
vin Monroe, Joel Manning, bap; Physician, C W. 
Chandler ; Postmasters, Sewall bmilh, Edward L.. bi- 

mons, Siraonsville. ,, , tt * 

BetheL Town clerk, Jonathan Marsh; First con- 
stable, S. A. Babbit; Selectmen, John Noble, Enos 
Childs, Leonard Fisk; Clergy, Willard Kimball, 
bap. Patton Davis, cliris. James Sabine, ep. Wasuing- 
inffion Granger, metb; Attorney, Julius Converse; 
Physician, Alfred Page; Postmasters, Samuel A^ustin, 
■jr. West Bethel, Leonard Fisk, East Bethel. 
■ Brid<^ewatcr. Town clerk, Isaiah Raymond ; First 
'constable, Moses Montague ; Selectmt'n, Lynan Ray 
: jmond, Moses Montarrue, Peter Dimick ; Clergy, Ne 
' 'heraiah Woodward, bap; Physicians, J. H. Munger, 
iGaius P. Wood, Stephen D. Sears; Postmaster, 
jThomas Southgate, jr. 

Cavendish. Town clerk, Samuel Adams; i irst 
constable, Joseph Ranker, 2d; Selectmen, Samuel 
Adams, Levi Jackman, Daniel Wheeler; Clergy ,j 
Warren Skinner, univ. Joseph Freeman, bap. James 
Morgan, f. bap; Attornies, Horace Fletcher,, Josiah 
Chandler, Salmon F. Dutton ; Physicians, Isaiah Ran- 
ken, Alpheus Fletcher, Archibald M'Ewen; Postmas- 
ters, Otis Robbins, Cavendish, Horace Fletcher, 
Proclorsville. 

Chester. Town clerk, Amos Heald ; First consta- 
ble, Benjamin P. Sargent ; Selectmen, Phineas O. Sor- 
<?ent, Solomon Wilson, jr. Amos Heald ; Clergy, U. 
C. Burnap, con. Rufua Bruce, bap ; Attornies, Thos. 
Robinson, Oramel Hutchinson ; Physicians, Ptolemy^ 
Edson, Thomas T. Barrett, Abram Lowell, Ffederickj 
L. Kidder; Postmaster, Phineas O. Sargent. I 

Hartford. Town clerk, Freegrace Leavltt; First) 
constable, O. H. Nichols; Selectmen, Allen Hazen,! 
Nathaniel Thomas, Freegrace Leavitt ; Clergy, Dan-j 

lel Campbell, Austin Hazen, White, con ; Attor 

nies, Wvllvs Lvman, Andrew Tracy ; Physicians 

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David Ingraham, Galen Hunter, Ira Teney, Thoraasi 
A. Carter; Postmasters, P. Kimball, Hartford, B. B.j 
Newton, West Hartford, I. Dimick, Queecliy Village.! 
Ludlow. Town clerk, Artemas SpajQTord ; First; 
constable, Silas Warren; Selectmen, Artemas Spaf-' 
ford, Asahel Smith, Asa Fletcher; Clergy, P. J. 
Nichols, con. Ellas Hulburt, bap; Attorney, Reubenj 
jWashburn; Physicians, Wm. B. Wetherbee, Arden| 
jG. Taylor, John W. Emory; Postmaster, John How.! 
I JVoricich. Town clerk, Jacob Burton ; First con-! 
jstable, EbfenezerB. Brown ; Selectmen, Elias Lyman, 
JDon J. Brifjham,- James Harrison ; Clergy, Samuelj 
jGoddard, Thomas Hall, con; Attornies, Aaron Love-i 
jland, John Wright, Harvey Burton; Physicians, Hor-| 
jace Platch, Lyman Lewis, Ira Davis; Postmaster,; 

I;Cyru3 Partridge. 
I Pomfrel, Town clork, Da v'id Chandler ; First con- 
istable, John Paddock, jr. ; Selectmen, Daniel Tink- 
ihara, Roswell Allen, Ora Paul; Clergy, Daniel Win- 
;chester, Isaac Dexter, Asa Braley, chris; Physicians, 
■Kimball Russ, Ira Clement ; Postmaster, Martm Snow. 
j Reading. Town clerk, Abel Gilson,jr; First con-j 
[stable, Solomon Keyes: Selectmen, Abel Gilson, jr.i 
jChnrles Buck, William Felch ; Clergy, Samuel C] 
|Loveland, rest. Elder Harvery, meth; Physicians,! 
iLevi Putnam, Nathaniel Tolls; Postmasters, Wattoni 
iBrown, Felchville, Wm. L. Hawkins, Hawkinsville,; 
:Bridgeman Hapgood, Reading, Rufus Buck, South: 
Reading. I 

1 Rochesler. Town clerk, John Trask ; First consta-; 
jble, John Traek; Selectmen, Joseph F. Tilden, Leon-i 

ilard B. Chaffee, Phinehas Cooper; Clergy, Shermanl 
jKellogg, con. Charles D. Cahoon, meth; Attorney,' 
Sumner A. Webber; Physicians, Retier Trask, Dan-| 
[tel Huntington, Josiah H. Phelps, Reuben Hall, Jas.i 
Ross; Postmaster, Horace Rust. ' 

I Royalton, Town clerk, Richard Bloss; First con-' 
istable, Jonathan Kinney : Selectmen, John Francis, 
iJohn Billings, Jireh Tucker; Clergy, A. C. Wash-i 
iburn, con; Attornies, John Francis, Jacob Collsmer. 



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Ji, C. Noble ; Physicians, J. A. Donison,, J. A. Den- 
;!Son, jr. Richard Bloss; Postmaster, John Warren. 
I Sharon. Town clerk, Samuel Shuttleworth, jr; 
First constable, Freeman Page; Selectmen. Freeman 
Hall, Orin Morehouse, Timo. Marsh; Clergy, Sam- 
uel Bascom, con. James Parker, bap : Attorney, Sam- 
juel Shuttleworth, jr: Physician, Alba Southard: 
Postmaster, Chester Baxter. 

: Springjield. Town clerk, Nomlas Cobb; First 
constabfe, Sam'l Chapman ; Selectmen, David Brown, 

John Field, Geo. Johnson: R. Smiley, Weston, 

,con. E. Fisher. Dexter Bates, bap; Attornies, Nora-I 
las Cobb, S. W. Porter: Physicians, Moses Cobb. 
Eleazer Crain, Lconprd Chase: Postmasters, F. A.^ 
Porter, North Springfield, Abner Field. 

Sloclcbriclgc. Town clerk, Merrick Gay : First con- 
stable, Daniel Gay, jr: Selectmen, Joseph P. Cham-! 
jberlin, John Taggard, Daniel Abbott, jr; Clergy, 

^Arunah Alien, bip. Lewis, melh ; Attorney, Job! 

Strong: Physician, Timothy P. Fay; Poetraastdrs,! 
Justin Morgan, jr. Merrick Gay, Gaysville. I 

I Wcalhersfield. Town clerk, Joshua Upham: First; 
constable, Daniel Bowen : Selectmen, Sewall Clement,^ 
John Sherwin, Jonathan Lawrence ; Cler^ry, JameSj 
;Converse, cod; Attorney, Asa Wheeler : Physicians, 
Aaron Pierce, Jonathan Webster, Arial Kcndrick, 
Robert Cram : Postmasters, Bailey Bartlett, Bow, 
Amasa Gay, Corners, Joseph Kidder, Parkinsville, 
Reuben Sq'uiers, Greenbash. 

Weston. Town clerk, Amos N. Burton : First con- 
stable, Jacob Wh'tney : Sclrctmen, Amos N. Burton, 
Parker Shattuck, Jonathan Webster : Clergy, Justin 
Parsons, con. — — Fuller, Dennis Wells, William H.; 
Stoddard, meth: W. W. Wrighr, univj Physicians, 
Henrv Gray, Ira Barton: Postmaster, John Wilder.! 
: Windsor. Tcwn clerk, Carlos Coolidge i Firsij 
'constable, Leonard Person: Selectmen, Allen Ward-i 
iner, Charles Leaven?, Oliver Hale: Clergy, Leland 
Howard, bap. John Wheeler, con. William Horton, ep :. 
i Attornies, Jonathan H. Hubbard, Horace Bveretl,; 
'Samuel Shuttleworth, Thomas Le land, Carlos Cool- 



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jdge, Asa Aikens, Edwin Edgerton, Charles Hopkins, J 
Francis E. Phelps, Alvan Sweat: Physicians, Nahur-5 
.Trask, Dyer Story, Stephen Cole, Edward E. Phelp.<. 

j Furbur, Cyras Houghton, John Wakefield, Jo- 

iseph Whitney :" Postmasters, Jabez Sargent, Oliver 

G. Sweetser, West Windsor. I 

JVookstocJc. Town clerk, Henry CDeaison: First! 

Iconstable, Tracy Brigham: Selectmen, Henry C 

liDeiiison, Benjamin G. Bigelow, Joseph Makenzie. 

iClergy, Robert Southgate, con. Jasper Hazen, chr. i 

VVilitam BelF, Jacob Hoit, univ. John Lathrop, bap 

'Seth Sterling, nieth : Attornies, Charles Marsh, Jo. 

;Lyman, David Pierce, Edwin Hutchinson, Lyndon A. 

^Marsh, O. P. Chandler; Physicians, Joseph A. Gal- 

'up, David Palmer, Wiilard Parker, John D. Pov/ers. 

tjohn Bnrnell, Stephen Drev.', Willard Bowman, Buck- 

{jley O. Tyler: Postmasters, Benjamin Swan, jr. South 
JWoodstock, Richard Ransom. 

A.ddison County. 
Addison. Town clerk, Lyman Clark; First consta- 
!ble, Daniel R. Brown; Selectmen, Asa Wilmarth, Aa 
iron Merrill, James Cook; Clergy, Buiton Carpenter 
{bap. SylvanuB Chapin, con. Physicians, Aaron Jackson.! 
iPrentis D. Cheney, Henry Hale, Asa Snell; Postmas-j 
ters, Gideon Segur, jr. Addison, Asahel Barnes, Chjm-| 
jney Point. j 

j Bristol. Town clerk, Horatio Needham; First con | 
jsiable, J. \l'ilds; Selectmen, N- Needham, Chaunceyi 
'Ellsworth; Clergy, Eli Taylor, con. Attornies, Hora-i 
jtio Needham, Samuel H. Holley; Physicians, Josepl 
Needham, Alonzo Finney, P. P. Holley; Postmaster. 
Henry Soper. 

Bridpori. Town clerk, Joshua Strong; First cor ' 
istable, Abel R. Skiff; Selectmen, Benjamin Miner, j 
iLuther Cory, James Fletcher; Clergy, D. Lamb, cou.j 
J. Merriam, bap. Attornies, C. Solace, C. Hudson; 
Physicians, L. Corey, J. Rice, M. Gay; Postmaster. 
Paris Fletcher. 

I Cornwall. Town clerk, Asahel Bingham; Firsij 
jconstablc, Julius Delong; Selectmen, Chauncey Cook 
John Santbrd, Russel Foot; Clergy, Jedediah Bush 



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'nc-11, con. Jehiel Wright, bap. Physician, Frederick! 

''Fortl, Oliver Eells, Porter; Poslmasler, Chaun-' 

cey H. Stowell. j 

Ferrisburgh. Town clerk, Theopliilns Middle-| 
brook; First conslable, Moses Taft, jr. Select men,' 
Noah W. Porter, Benjamin Ferris, Daniel Marsh ;' 
Olergy, John A. Dodf>-e, bap. Elder Kitchel), con.— ! 
'iiysician, Jonath^an Cram. 
. Goshen. Town clerk, Nathan Cap^n; First consta-' 
jble, William Carlisle, 8d. SelectmeFi, EInathan KnappJ 
James Fitts, Ezra Washburn, jr. Clergy, Ziba Boyn-j 
ton. RejJjrmed mclh. 

Hancock. Town clerk, Josiah P. Brooks; First; 
constable, Ehud Darlinw; Se'ectmen, Nathan ClatliiiJ 
Amos Fasselt, Austin Brooks; Clersfy, Jared Doolittle, 
bap. Physicians, Joseph Biliincrs, Hiram Morgan; P. 
master, Royal Flint. 

Kingston. Town clerk, Thomas King; First con- 
able, Jam^sW. Parker; Selectmen, Samuel Pinney, 
Misha Ford, Eber Laflib; Postmaster, Solomon Burn- 
lam, jr. | 

Leicester. Town clerk, William Gilo; First eon- 
•able, Edward Moren; Selectmen, Otis Copron, Si-' 

iS Johnson, E. B. Jennie ; Clergy, Rider, moth., 

■'hysic-.an, William Gile; Posttnaster, Thomas D.' 
jivVuherell. I 

II Lincoln. Town clerk; Peter Johnson; First consta-| 
-le, William S. Aborn ; Selectmen, William Lee, J. | 
I. Snmner, John Bush; Clergy, Benjamin Taborj 
>iend Quaker; Physicians, Benjamin Taber, Luther! 
:\L Kent. j 

Monkton. Town clerk, Stoddard [lollls; First con- 
stable, Samuel Fuller; Selectmen, Russell Eastman,! 
IJohnson Finney, Lyman Smii'h; Clei-gy, Ira Bontley,! 
lelh. Physicians, Dan Stone, Ira Smith, H. A. Smith,; 
J L^ostmaster, Daniel Collins. i 

Js'eW'Haven. Town clerk, Justus Pier; First con- 
stable, Selii Landon; Selectmen, Othniel Jewett, Os-i 
moiid Doud, David Stow; Attorney. Joseph C. Brad-: 
ley; Physicians, Aden Hall, C. Bollard; Postmasters,! 
Hub bard Cook , Newhave n, J. C. B radley, East Mills.' 



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, Panlon. Town clerk, Jesse Grandy: First cojista 1 
ble, Uriel Chapin: Selectroen, Silas Tappen, Pulnami 
iBishop, John Childs : Physicians, O. C Smith, Mor ' 
■ris C. Smith : Postmaster, Calvin Hyde. 
I Salisbury. Town clerk, Washington Miller: First, 
[nonstable, Levi Brings, jr: Selectmen, Aaron Bar 

rows, Cyrus Bump, Pliny Flagg: Clergy, Ally 

,nelh. Attorney, E. N. Briggs: Physicians, Washing-: 
j:on Miller: Postmaster, Hurvey Deming. I 

Shorekam.. Tu;vn clerk, Levi O. Birchard: FirsiJ 
I onstable, Levi B. Harrington: Selectmen, Silis H' 
iJenison, Kent Wright, Isaac Chipaian: Clergy, Cat 
{in Clark, con. Amzi Jones, bap. Kitredgc Havens. 
I miversalist; Attornies, Udney H. Everest, Thomas J.j 
iOrmsbee : Physicians ,Nicanor Needham, Erastus E. 
JBlinn, Caleb Hill, W. A. Hitchcock : Postmasters. 
David Hill, Shorehaoi, Waller Chapman, Larraby'r 
Point. 

Starkshoro'. Town clerk, Ricliard Worth: Firs'; 
nonstable, David Kellogg, jr. Selectmen, Willian 
Worfh, 2rid. Tra BushnelK Jonathan Elliott: Clergy 
Joseph Ayres, meth. Joel Bailey, friend qnaker: Phys , 
ciaii, Alfred Ciark: Postmaster, Augustus White. | 

a^y ^f Vergennes. Town clerk, Samuel Wilson:' 
First constable, William Jo.slin : Common Council,} 
l*]lliot Sherrill, George Rogers, George Parker: Cler-j 
^y, Alexander Lovel, con, Attorniee, Enoch D. Wood-l 
oiidge, Philip C. Tucker, John Pierpoint, Samueif 
?^FoodbrJdge, John Parker: Physicians, Ebenezeil 

Huntington, Dan C. Stone, Atherton Hall, Mor-j 

gan: Postmas'.er, TV. R. Bixby. 

Wallham. Tov?n clerk, George Fisher: First con 
stable, Elam Evarts: Selectmen, jniliam Barton,; 
George Fisher, Rollin Everts. 

Weyhridze. Town clerk, Elijah G. Drake: First C. 
Isaac Drake: Selectmen, Asaph Drake, Milo Stow.l 
[Benjamin ^Fales: Clergy, Joel Green, bap. Phydi-j 
cian, Zeaas Shaw. i 

Whiting. Town clerk, Isaac Ives: First eonstablcj 
John Branch, jr. Selectmen, John Branch, Ephraim 
Moulton, Squier Brown : Clergy, Isaac ^Festcott.; 



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bap. Physicians, Isauc Ives, Hiram Seelye: Poetraaa-j 
ter, Simon Tafl. 

Orang-e County. 

Bradford Town clerk, Andrew B. Peters; First 
constable, Ellis Bliss : Selectmen, Daniel Martin, \Vm. 
Pratt, Jesse Merrill 2d : Clergy, Silas Walker, cong. 
E. B. /2ollins, christ. Attornies, Moses Chaae. 
Seth Austin, J. W. D. Parker : Physicians John Poolj 
W. Martin: Postmasters, A. Corliss, P, Corlies. 

Brookfieldy Town clerk, J. Edson: First constable, 
S. Freeman, jr. : Selectmen, Nathaniel Kingsbury, S. 
Bates. AlvanHovey: Clergy, Daniel Wilde, cong. 
Physicians, Walter Burnham, Daniel Washburn, Ado- 
niram Smalley: Poslmustera, John Smalley, Philip 
Davis, East Brookfield. 

Chelsea. Town clerk, John W. Smith : First Con- 
stable, Harry Hale : Selectmen, David Goodwin, Josh- 
ua Dickinson, Asahol Bliss: Clergy, Calvin Noble, 
cong: Elisha J. Scott, meth. Micaiah Coburn, univ. 
Attornies, Thomas Jones, D. Azro A. Buck, John W. 
Smith, Jason Steele: Physicians, Thomas JFinslow, 
John McClure, Sylvanus Humphrey: Postmaster, 
John Stearns. 

Corinth. Town clerk, Samuel Hazelline : First 
constable, George Sleeper. Selectmen, Amos C. Ten- 
ney, Richard Sawyer, John Merrill : Clergy, Nathan- 
iel Bolles Stephen Leavitt, chris. Siilman Morgan cong 
John Smith, G. Houston, meth. Attorney Mr Spencer, 
Physicians, J. Tenney, E. P. Smith, A. Carpenter, J 
fF. Roby, James Heath : Postmaster, Theodore Cook 

Fairlee. Town clerk, Grant Smith, First Consta- 
ble, Jerome B. Bailey: Selectmen, Calvin Coburn, 
A. H. Gilmore, Benijah Sabin ; Clergy, Sylvester 

Dana, Campbell ; Attornies, M. Morey, S. Morey : 

Postmaster Jerome B. Bayley. 

J<^ewbury. Town clerk, Isaac Bayley : First con- 
stable, Caleb Stevens, jr. Selectmen, Samuel Gibson, 
Levi Carter, James Abbott: Clergy. Clark Perrry, 
cong. Charles Cowen, meth : Attornies, Joseph Ber- 
ry, Peter Burbank, Abel Underwood, Isaac JV. Tabor, 
Physicians, John Stevens, Enoch Thatcher, William 



H. Carter, Samuel JFhite : Postmasters, Preuiissi 
jKnight, Isaac ?r. Tabor. I 

I Orang£. Town clerk, Reuben TVh'iie. First consta-; 
ble, Nallian Foster: Selectmen, Luther S. Burnham , 
jGeorge Camp and Adam Dicky: Clergy, Ezekiel; 
jCurrier, and Hershel Foster n^.etli. Phyaician, Eliph 
lalet M.Bill: Postmaster, Orange Fifield. 

Randolph. Towo clerk, Lebbens E^ertoPjFirst con 
stable, JobiiErison 2d : second, Abner Waldo: Sclect- 
jmen, Lybeus Egorton, Joiin Giidden, and Sarnue!' 
jMann, : Cler-gy, Tillon Eastman and Moses Kimball, 
oong. Sylvanus Robbins, Ziba Pope, f. bap. Stephen 
jMorrick, meth. Artornies, William Nulling, William 
Hebard, Edmund Weston, J. S. Washburn : Piiysi- 
cians, John Edson, Austin Bradford, John S. Smith,! 
Jacob R. Pember, Walter Carpenter, Charles Back-j 
us: Postmaster, Isaac Biodget, Randolph, William 
Flebard, East Randolph, Benjamin Jones, west Ran-; 
{tiolph. I 

Strafford. Tcwn chrk, Stephen Morrill: First con-« 
Istable, Jonathsn Frary: Selectmen, Daniel Cobb, Reu-i 
jben Morey, David Morrill; Clergy, Aaron Buswell.j 
iRichard Vv. Roed, f! bap. Harvey F. Leavitt, con.i 
jAttorney, Daniel Cobb: Physicians, Albigence Pierce 
jEleazer Baldwin, Shubael Converse: Postmasters" 
JLathrop Chamberlain, Charles Barrett, south Strafford 
Topshavi. Town clerk, Levi Tabur: First consta- 
alo. Orange K. Taplin : Selectmen, Jonathan Jenness.i 
IJames Petrie, John S. Dustin; Clergy William San i 
|born, bap. Attorney, H. P. Baker: Ph5'-3icians, Rich-j 
!ard H. Huntley, Isreal Hinckly : Postmasters, Tops-' 
Ihara, Isreal Hinckley, Guorge Jenness, Jif^est Tops- 
ham. ,' 
Thc'ford. To'.vn clerk, Arad Kent: First constable. 
James Eastman, Selectmen, Frederick Hovey, TViW 
iam Hostbrd, Lyman Hinkley: Xlergy, E. <Gr. Bab 
cock, T. W. Duncan, con. James Campbell, meth. 
jTlmothy Spalding, bap. Atlornics, Simeon Short. 
,'Presbury JFest, jr. Physicians, Elisha LefEngwell. 
VFilliam Sweatt, Harry Niles: Postmatters, Thomas, 
!|Kp!u]rick, Geor ge Q. Stro ng, Morri ll J. TFalker. j 



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Vershirs. Town clerk, Thomas Keyes: First con f 
stable, Hirara Bliss: Selectmefj, Simeon Bacon, Geo. 
TF. Miihby, ?Filiiam Boardman: Clergy, — — Blodg- 
ett, con. Timothy SpaulJing, Calvinist bap- E. Plum, 
f. bap. Physician, Ezra Blis?. Hiram Bliss, P. C Ben- 
nett: Postmaster, Slephen F. Spencer. 

TVashington. Town clerk, Asa Burton: First con- 
table, Cultinnr S. Cafe: Scloclnien. Philip Sargeant. 
E, P. Parker,'^Harry C. ^^Feeden: Clergy, Moses P. 
Clark, con. Physician, Jesse H. Foster; Postmaster.i 
Chiumcev Smith. I 

West Fairlee. Town clerk, Elislia Thayer: Firs! 

I constable, Calvin Morse; Selectmen, Eli&ha Tl)aye;. 
Darius Child, Phinehas Kimball: Clergy, T. W. Dnn-j 
can: Pijyaiciaij, Alfred Pixley. Ptelmabter, B. South i 
'.vorth. 

TViiliamdoxjcn. Town clerk, Darius Pride, Firs; 
constable, Joua. Lewis: Selectmen, John Poor, Porter 
Martin, Ebenczer Bass: Cler'iy, Joel Davis, con. Eir 
Scotl, nieth. Attorny, Jona« I.ynde: Physicians, Z. P. 
Barnham, Barrett Pride: Postmasters, Elijah Paine. 
RjJolphus Ainsworth, East fFilliamslown. 
Chittenden County. 

Bolton. Town clerk, Auiion VViiilcomb: Firct con- 
stable, Almon Whitcomb, Selectmcn^^Aaa SLockwell,. 
Gideon'Barber, Samuel B. Kennedy; Clergy. — Jonesi 
meth. Postmaster, Almon Whitcomb. 

CharloHe. Town clerk, Nubhi Lovely: First con 
stable, Birdseye Ntweil: Selectmen, Myron Poweil 
Dr.viu Cook, VVilliam E. Sherman: Clergy, Calvu 

jYale, con. Hitciicock, mcih. Altcrney, Willian-i 

Xoble: Physicians, J. D. Farnsvvoith, Joel Stone, H.- 
Hurlburt: Postmaster, Nobit; Lovely. 

Colchester. Town clerk, Joseph E. Rhodes! Firs 
nonstable, J. W. Weaver; Selectmen, D. P. Adanj» 
Ira Collins, John Lyon: ] 

Esfex, Town clerk, Amn?a Bryant- First constat 
ile, David Kellogn-: Selectmen, Byron Stevens, Hen" 
ry Bliss, Marshal Castle, Clergy, Elijah Crane, meln. 
Chester Ingrahara bap. Attornev, Davil B. Webster:| 



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Physicians, Mason Mead, Simon Tubbs, Ira Hatch: 
Postn^iaster, David Tyler. 

Hinesburgh. Town clerk, Eraslus Bostwick: Firs' 
constable, Nathaniel Miles: Selectmen, Austin Beech 
er, Joseph Marsh, Eli Norton: Clergy, Mason Knap 

pen, con. Harris Kinsley, rneth. Bennet, bap. 

Attornies, John M. Eldridge, Nahiim Peck, Mitehcl) 
Hinsdell, Asahel Peck: Physicians, Daniel Goodyear, 
David E. Doming, Lan. Goodyear: Postmaster, T. W. 
Gibb. 

Huntington. Town clerk, James Ambler, jr. First 
constable. Amos Dike: Selectmen, Jer*;miah Reming- 
ton, John Snider, Joel Mix : Clergy, Josiah Wetherbyj 
Charles Bowles, Orange Dike, f. baptists, Physicians,] 
Matthew Cole, Enoch A. Smith. Postmaster, Alexan-j 
der Ferguson. 

Milton. Town clerk, Gideon Hoxie. Fiiist con-, 
.stable, Silas B. Sibley. Selectmen, Lemuel B. Piatt. 
Elijah Herrick, Alfred Ladd. Clergy, Seplimeus Rob 
inson, con. Attorney, Albert G.' Whittemore, Warren 
Hoxie, Boyd H. Wilson. Physicians, Calvin Deming. 
Joseph B. Carpenter, B. Fairchild. J. P. Carpenter, 
■D. H. Onion, B Fairchild. P. Master Lyman Burgess. 

St. George. Town clerk, Horace Ferris; First con- 
stable Amasa Isham : Selectmen, Reuben Lockwood, 
Lewis Higbee, Ebenezer Isham: Physician, Pliney P. 
Greene. 

Shelburne. Town clerk, Levi Comstock: First con-^ 
stable, Jonathan Lyon; Clergy, Lewis McDonald, epis. 
Physicians, Joel Fairchild, jr. and Samuel Hall: Se- 
lectmen, Levi Comstock, jr. Elnathan W. Spear, and 
Isaac Smith : Postmaster, Garrad Burritt,! 

Underhill. Town clerk, John H. Tower, ; First 
constable, Franklin Chamberlin : Selectmen, Edward 
Bay, Elijah Birge and Truman Shelden ; Clergy, 
Phineaa Kingsbley, cong. Physicians, Leonard Bar- 
ton ; Postmaster, Henry Oakes. 

Weslford. Town clerk, Aaron Parks : First con-' 
stable, If^illiam Henry: Selectmen, Samuel Thrash-; 
jar, John Allen, John Sibley : Clergy, Simeon Parme- 
lee, cong. Sanford, meth. Physicians, Thomas 



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';H'!yr;es, Tiiumas TFilkinson; Pustinaeter, Jusephusj 

j fViUiston. Town clerkj'Georg^e B. Manser: Firt^tj 

Ipop.stablo, Wiilinin Ijrown ; Selectmen, Joel Terriil.i 

trT-mea TuJcult, Nathan Stearris ; Clerrry, Josiah F.: 

"illiup, con. Win. Arthur, bap: Attornics, Chaun-i 

• Brownell, George B. Manser, David French ;; 

ys:c!ari>5, AsispI Bray, Whipple Spooner ; Poslmas- 

j cr, Horace L. Nichols. 

Wasbing-ton County. j 

j Darre. Town clerk, Joseph Ripley ; First consfa-f 
jlnlf;, Otis Prck ; Selpctiiion, Josepli Wheoten, Lewis; 

jPvck, Nsrhonicl Do(l<!:e ; Cler^'V, Scott, Jacob- 

Scoi*., jr. nifth. Jiihn E. Pa.'mer, univ: Altorniee, 
D onisori Smitn, Nc-wr-Ji Kinsmnn ; Physicians, Rob- 

rL ParJ<lock, Lyman Paddock Tyl^r; Postmas- 

er.-", J'Jtnes H.il»', Walter CbafTv, south Bnrre. 

Berlin. Town clerk, Abel ICnapp ; First consta- ' 
Me, Zfiins C. Dr-wry ; Seb>cfmen, Jabfz Elii's, Jornef-'j 

Currifv, E//jkirl Smith ; Clf^rp-y, Baxter; Auor-j 

ley, Jonathan P. Miller: P'iysicions, John VVinslow.j 
Sfiiith; Postmaster, Jcj-a.jj Dewey. 



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Caldia. Town clerk, GitJoon Hicks ; First constai 
ih:e, Alonzo Pierco; vSelecimen, Pliny Curtiss, Neil-; 
json A Ciias^, Jesse While; Cii^r^fy, Bonj^^min Page.:: 
'rest. J. L. Green, ciiris; Attornev, Shubael Wheeler ;| 
I'hysicinns, Georgp Clark, Asi George; Postmasters.i 
jjonas Hall, Aasa Akien, Enet Calais. 

Duxbury. Tuwn clerk, Ira Arms ; First constableJ 

Oilman Huntley; Selecimen, Cbenezer Corss, Sarnu-i 

•i Ridley, James Avery; Clerg-y. Calvin Huntley, Na-j 

ban Huntley, laaiaii Huntley, f. w. bap; Attorney j 

Rojijer G. Bulkeley 

E/more. Town c'erk, Martin Elmore ; First con I 
-tabi", Harry Davi.-; S'-lect men, Martin E!mnre, Sam ' 
jiel Smith, Abel Camp; Physician, JoeJ G. Camp ;| 
Postmaster, Abel Camp. 

I Fay.don. Town clerk, Peter Drew ; First consta-j 

j'"»le, Orin Wheeler; Selectmen, Ira Richardson, Mar-j 

finis Carpenter, Jonas Hubbard. j 

I JrTarshJield. Town clerk, Jacob Putnam ; First con i 



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stablo, William Martin; Selectmen, Stephen Pitkin 
Josiah Holisler, Zenas Bullock; Clergy, John Ca-| 
pron, chris; Physician, Ebenczer Conant; Postmas-; 
Iter, Horace Bliss. 

I Jdonlpdicr. Town clerk, Joseph Winc'. Firet con- 
jBtable, William Billings; Selectmen, Joseph Reed, 
'Royal Wheeler, J^sio.h Wing; Clergy, Samuel Hop- 

ikins, Chester Wright, con. Spragne, meth. 

Samuel Porker, bap; Attornies, Samuel Prentiss, Cy-. 
rus Ware, Jeduthun Loomis, Timothy Merrill, Wm. 
Uphnm, Thomas Reed, jr. H. H. Reed, Azel Spald- 
jing, O. H. Smith, D. P. Thompson, C J. Keith, S. 
;B. Prentiss, J. JP. MiUor, N. Baylies, jr L.B.Pcck; Phy- 
isicians, Edward Lamb, James Spalding, J. Y. Dewey, 
N, C.King, S. Field, D. Corliss; Postmasters, G. W. 
Hill, Montpelier Village, Merrill Williams, Montpelier 
East Village. 

Moreiown. Town clerk, Lester Kingsley; First 
constable, Ira Carpenter; Selectmen, William Pren- 
tiss, Peleg Styles, John Beede; Clergy, Lowell,; 

meth; Physicians, Stephen Pierce, Lester Kingsley ; 
Postmaster, Ira Carpenter. j 

J\'orthJield, Town clerk, Elijah Smith, jr; First 
constable, Morris Robinson ; Selectmen, Harry Ains- 
worlh, David Partridge, John AveriJl; Clergy, Aaron 
B. Kinsman, Joel Winch, Zera Colburn, meth. Ophir 
[Shipman, f. bap; Attorney, John L. Buck; Phyei- 
eiaue, Benjamin Porter, Clifton Claggett; Postmas-| 
ter, Oliver Averill. [ 

Plainfield. Town clerk, Bilas Williams, jr; First} 
conetable, Nathaniel Bancroft : Selectmen, Israel 
Goodwin, Elijah Perry, Jabez L. Carpenter: Clergy, 
Jonathan Kinney, Joseph Thatcher, con : Physician, 
Nathaniel Bancroft: Postmaster, Nath. Bancroft. 

Roxbury. Town clerk, S. M. Orcutt : First con- 
etable, Erastns Sptiulding: Selectmen, Amos Ward- 
ner, David Young, Henry Smith i Physicians, Henry' 
Boyce, Ira Hunter : Potamaster, John M. Spalding. ' 

Stou), Tov/n clerk, Pvivcrhis Camp ; First consta-^ 
b!e, Thomas T. Raymond ; Selectaien, EiiBha Cady. 
iOaniel Moody.. Z. W. Purnetr ; Clergy, Orris Pieri 



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John Graves, meth. Joel Harris, ref. meti). Jehiel P-i 
Hendee, Amos Stevens, chris. B. H. Fuller, univ ; At-| 
lorney, O. W. Butler; Physicians, Thos. B. Downer,] 
J. Robinson, N. H. Thomas; Poslniaater, RiveriuV 
Camp. i 

JVaitsfielJ.- Town clerk, Lewis Kolden : First con-j 

jstable, John S. Campbell: Selectmen, Orson Skinner, 

jlRobcrt O. Stoddard, Thomas Prentiss : Clergy, Jo- 
seph Marsh, con. Baker, melli: Attorney, Wm 

M. Pingry : Physicians, Orange Smith, David C. Jos- 
lin : Postmaster, Roderick Richardson, jr. 

Warren. Town clerk, Sylvanus Pain : First con- 
stable, Lewis Eagley : Selectmen, William Btagg, jr. 
Daniel Ralph, Aaion Rising: Clergy, Nathaniel W. 
Stearns, meth : Physician, Henry B. Peabody : Post- 
master, Joseph VV. Eldrcdge. 

Waterhury. Town clerk, Paul Dillingham, jr: Firs' 
constable, Elynias S. Newco^ib: Selectmen, Paul! 

iDillingham, jr. Leslie Gregg, Eliakim Allen: Clergy 
Daniel Warren, con. Ezra Butler, bap. Samuel Lord, 

ii\ bap. Thomas Browning, univ : Attornies, Dan Car- 
oenter, Henry F. Janes, Paul Dillingham, jr : Physi- 

ician, Oliver W. Drew : Postmaster, Chas. R. Cleaves. 

I Worcester. Town clerk, Amos Rice : First consta- 

jblc, Artemas Ricbardson: Selectmen, Henry DouglasSil 

'Milton Brown, Daniel Adams: Paysician, James S. 

iSkiuucr: Postmaster, Samuel Andrews. 

Caledonia County. * 

Barnet. Town clerk, John Shaw : First constable,! 
Alexander Lang: Selectmen, Williani Shearer, Wm. 
Lackie, James Gilchrist: Clergy, Tlicma£> Goodwillie, 
prea. Andrew Govan, con. Silas Davidson, bap: At- 

jiornies, Mordecai Hale, Samuel A. Chandler : Piiysi 
cians, John M'Nabb, Jonathan F. Skinner, Socratee 
Tuttle : Postmasters, Elijah ftj. Davis, Barnet, Jaraesj 
H. Hov/e, M'lndops Falls, Darius Harvey, Passumsic. 
Cabot. Town clerk, Tnomas Osgood, jr: First con 

jstable, Daniel Smith : Selectmen, T. C. Hoit, MatUii 
as Stone, Caleb Fisher: Physicians, Parley Sc'Oll, 
William Pratt : Postmaster, Harvey Babcock. 
Danville. Town clerk, Archelaus Sias: First con 

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Istable, Gideon Colby: Seiectmeu, Gtivrge vV. iiiewJ 
jEbenezer Thompson, Arjos Clement ; Clergy, E. J.j 

I'Boardman, con. Arch. Sias, JSoio. S;as, Suiiih-J 

ijaieth. Lewis Fisher, bap. PeliLgal, chris : Al-I 

IJlornies, VViiiiam Maitocks, Gyo. B. Ciiaiiuler, Charie.^-I 
fiDavis, TUeron Howard : Physicians, Eidad AiexanderJ 

Qri Babbit, Samuel Colli.jo-, Oirjey Fuller, Ilea-'i 

ton: Postmaster, Israel P. Dana. I 

Grolon. Town clerk, John Darling, jr: First con 1 
stable, John Taissey : Selecimen, Hezekiah Kimball,.;! 
Medad Darling, Norriss Marbhail: Ciurgy, AbQej|| 
Hall, f. bap: Physician, H. Heath. I 

Hardioick. Town clerk, Joseph Patcli : First coi,-| 
jstable, Jeremiah B. Philbrook: Sohiftmen, Orra Cros 
iby, Asahel Goodrich, Ira Atkina : Clergy, Jacob I\. 

jLoomie, Kiah Bayley, con. David Carr, ineth. 1 

jWellSj chris : Attornies, Bliss N. Davis, UiichardSl 
ISkinner, Johc Farnham: Phvbicians, Aaron SmithJ 
In. B. Spalding, Pliny Bliss: Postmasters, Lewis H.! 
Delano, Ethan H. Nichols, Lamoile Vill3;:^e. [ 

Kirby. Town clerk, James Church: First cor5sta-? 
ble, Geo. W. Gage: SelecUnen. Josiah Joslirj, Mer - 
rit Newhall, Larned L. Iicech : Ciergy, Luther VVoodJ 
con. Peter Styles, meih. ,; 

Lyndon. Town cle.^k, Eiias Bcmiss. jr : First coivi 
stable, Horace Houohion : Selectmen, Welcome Be> 
jmiss, Otia Evans, Paul Houghton ; Clergy, John F.; 
Adams, meth. Amos Blanchard, con. Danicil Q,uiml)> ^ 
■Mark Hill, f! bap. Isar.c R. Pettingil], chris: Attor . 
inies, Isaac Fletcher, George C. Cahoon : Physicians,; 
iHubbard Field, Phineas Spalding, Freedom Din.-more ;'l 
Postmasters, Epnphras B. Chuao, Lyndon, E'lUd Bel 
Imiss, jr. Lyndon centre. | 

\ JVewar/c. Town clerk, Elisha Spencer: First con 1 
•stable, Benjamin H. Worcester: Selecimcn, PhilHmonJ 
;Hartvvell, Obed Johnson, Horace Packer. | 

Peacham. Town clerk, I^eunard VV'orcceter: Firs'l 
constable, Isaac Martin : Selectmen, Jacob Blanchard,| 
Ezra C. Chamberlin, Piiineas VarriL-m : Clergy, Leon | 

•ard Worcester, con. Currier, meih : Auornies,?] 

John Mattocks, Chester W. Bloss : Phvsicianj:. Josi 2 



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ah Shedd, Zebin«r K. Pdngbofn: Postmaster, Joei*! 
Walker. 

Ryegate. Town clerk, William Gray : f'irst con 
stable, John R. Whitelaw: Selectmen, Abr'm Paige, 
Andrew Warden, Edward Miller : Clergy, Jamesf 
Milligan, cov'f. — Pringle: Physician, Eli Perry :j 
Postmaster, Alexander Harvey. [ 

Shejield Town clerk, Jas, Townsend : First con 
stable, francis Jennis: Selectmen, Moses Davis^ 
George Gray, Daniel Twombley : Postmaster, liarrisj 
Smith. * 

St Johnsbury. Town clerk, Jerry Dickeiman : Isl 
constable, Jonas Flint; Selectmen, David Goss, jr.. 
Thomas Pierce, jr. Calvin Morrill; Clergy, Ezekiel 
Vose. univ. James Johnson, Josiah Morse, coix^x At- 
torney, Ephraim Paddock ; Physicians, Morrill Stevene,i 
Calvin Jewett, Jerry Dickerman, Beriah Sanborn ;j 
Postmasters, Mnses Kitridge, Calvin Morrill, East; 
Village, Joseph Hutchinson, centre Village. 
• Sutton. Town clerk, J. C. Morrill; |^irst consta-i 
ble, Gilman Gale; Selectmen, William Thompson.! 
William Brockway, Martin Way; Clergy, Jonathan! 

Woodman, bap. >- Kellogg, meth. Cro3S, f.j 

bap; Physicians, J. C. Morrill, Jamea B. Ashley:' 
PovStmaster, John Bockwith. 

Walden. Town clerk, Daniel VVooster; First con-' 
stable, Nalhaniel Perkins, jr; Selectmen, Nathanieij 
Perkins, jr. John Gould, Nathaniel B. Dow;* Clergy.! 
Amos Fyler, meth; Attorney, James Bell; Physician.! 
George C. Wheeler; Postmaster, Thos. W . Vincent.i 

WsLterford. Town clerk, Sylvanus Heramingway ;j 
First constable, Joseph Ide; Selectmen, Sylvanus] 
Hemraingway, Joseph Ide, Elisha Brown; AttorneyJ 
Jonathan D. Stoddard; Physicians, Alpheus Bugbee* 
Richard F. Rowell, Baxter Bowman; Postmastersj 
Ephraim C. Parks, Nathaniel Bishop. I 

Wheelock. Town clerk, Josiah Lane; First cohstaj 

ble, James Roberts; Selectmen, Charles Mathewson,! 

Elisha Davis, Dudley Clark ; Clergy, Daniel Jackson-j 

'. bap; Physician, Frederick Leavenworth ; Postmae-j 

j,,er, Bagley. . 



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.. t-'/uodbui-y. Town clerk, AsU].>.'u'j"'o*vfr; j^'irst c<.)i; 
fotable, JoeiCiil'^y; Selectmen, Benj. Fowler, Eerj 
Wells, James Wheeler; Clergy, VVm. Drew, chri^ 
Physician, Seih Chase; Postmaster, Daniel Poor. i 
Orleans County. ! 

Albany. Tovrn clerk, E:ias VV. Kellog-g ; Fir; 
corislable, Zaer Rowell; Selectn^en, Welles A!le.. 
Luke Story ; Clergy, Elias W. Kellogg, cong. Pij;. 
sician, Dyar Bill; Posiiiiasler, Dyar Bill. ' i 

I Barton. Town clerk, John KimKall ; Firsl consta f 
ble. S. D. Kimbal!; Selectm^u, Richard Nowto! 
^Aiejsander Bdiiton, Ethan Biodgelt ;• Ciergy, Geor^ 
jFairbanks, meth. Postmaster, A. C. Allen. 

Broicnington. To'A'n clerk, .Eiijah Strong ; Firs j 
liconsta.blG, Elijah G. Strong ; Selectmen, George C.j 
;|West, Cyrus Eaton, Seth Barilett; Clergy, Alexan i 
jJer L. Twilight, cong. Attorney, George C. West; 

IjPhysicians, Jari^es R. Grow, Patch ; Postmas I 

ijter, Silas Brigliatn. ' j 

Coveniiy. "^Tovvn clerk, Elijah Cleveland; Fircjj 
onstabli?, Gliomas Guild; Selectmen, Argalus Har ! 
||mon, David Iinggins, Isaac Parker; Clergy, R. A.; 

ijWatkine, cong. Powell, bnjp. Attorney, Cliurief-j 

ijStory ; Physicians, S. S. Kendall, Henry H.iwittjj 
ijPostmacler, Loring Frost. 

I Craftsburi/. Town clerk, Joseph, Scott, jr. : Firs! 
'constable, Joseph Scott, jr. Selecunen, Oliver Alien. 
;|[saac Hovey ; Ciergy, William A. Chapin, cong. At- 
ijiornies, Augustus Young, James A. Paddock, Nathar 
liHil! ; Physician, Daniel Duslin ; Postniaster, Wni 
hE. Paddock. 

■j Charleston. Town clerk, Amos Parlin ; First con-| 
ietabJe, William Snow; Selectmen, Chauncey Fuller. I 
^jSamuei GasUiii, HiitcnBrackett ; Clergy, Rcyul Gage.j 
fmeth. Jonas Allen, f. bap. Pliysician, Andrew Spaid-' 
[ling ; Postmasleri?, Lewis C. Bates, J^athrop Cole. 
|! ^Dcrhy. .Town clerk, Lemuel Richmond; Firsi, 
I joastable, Eiir,ha Jenne; Selecto-en, John Siewart.j 
|iJanies Dane, Chester Carpenter: Clergy, O. F- Cur j 
5i«-is nieth. Attor.nies, 1\\. Leslie, I. F. Fvedfield, Da-lj 

vid^^amp, "L. Marsh ;' Physician?, Lemuel Rich jl 

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'.noMcJ, Az-I Hoim^s : Posunaslers, N. Cuiby, Derby,! 
il. Lf'slie, Derby Line. i 

i Eden. Town clorl;, VViHiam H. Isaac; First con-; 
I^Uble, Luthvr H. Brown; Selectmen, Abel Smitij,: 
iWiliiam C Atwe!], WilJiain Plumbly: Physician, 
jVVilliam C. Atwell; Postmaster, Edmund Clark. 

Glover. To'.vn clerk, Ciiaries Hrirdy ; .First con- 
rtablo, Hiram Clark ; Selectmen, Sol'jjnon DwinrtelL, 
Dan Gray, Tiiomas Euker; Clergy, Reuben iJason,' 
■conjT. Physician Daniel Bales; postmasttir, Dan Gray.j 

Greensborough. Town clerk, Reubf^n Siorrs ; Firs'i 

ficoPiStable, Jabez Pirmey : Selectmen, Wiilard Lincoln, 

Stephen Sherman, E. Rand; Clergy, Marvin Grow, 

uap. J. N. Looinis; Attorney S. R. Taylor ; Physician 

Gdvvard Clark; Postmaster, Jabez Pinney. 

Holland. Town clerk, Joseph Fletcher; Fir^t con-! 
Citable, J. C. R'»binson ; Selectmen, Truman Fairchildi 
jr. Ezra Hinman, VViliiam Hall: Clergy, Isaiah Em-{ 
Tson. • 

Hydepark. Town clerk, Tfteophilus W. FKch; First 
.constable James Toby; Selectmen, Breed Noyes, Le-1 
jvi E;Terton, Horace Clements; Clerg-y, Eider Orcutt,,; 
ohrisi; D. Ciement; Altornies, Josh. Sawyer, Geo, H.J, 
Prenti.-s: Physician, A. Hnnton ; Posim ister, J. Toby.' 

Irashurgh. Town clerk, Tiiomas Jameson ; First' 

i'jonslabie, Sibin Keilum ; Selectmen, Benjamin Hardy- 

r:>3eph Wiggins, T-'vomas Jameson; Attorne}', Jesse' 

oper : Pnysician, Elijah Robinson : Postmaster, G.; 

I! Loice'l. Town clerk, Abel Curtis ; First constable,!] 
NaUiuii Kellon ; Selectmen, Johii Harding, Charleeil 
iL'.-iar.d, Psatbiiii Kelton; Clergy, Sdus Lamb, cang.i 
Physician^ John Pa^e, Siias Lamb ; Postmaster, A.i, 

Curtis. ■ ■ I 

♦ i( 

J)IorrisiGic7i^ Town clerk, Denniscn Cook; First! 
jonst.able, Aiaieran Tinker: Selectmen. Hirairi Earl,; 
Jn red Spalding, Luther Small : Attorney, Sam'Jel A] 
IVv'iilar.d: Phya-iciaijs,J.ime3 Tinker, Akiierin Tinker,; 
\D,. vV.Putnaia," — = Powers : Postmaster, Jarhc^ Tin-I- 
j«er. . 

JVeirport. Town clerk, Seymour Lane: First con 
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(stable, Jonathan Frost,: Selectmen, Peter Whee- 
ilock, Isreal S. Scott, Jonathan Frost : Clergy, Har- 
Jvy Clark, bap. Physician, Tyler Mason. 
I Salem. Town clerk, Saral. Blake: First constable, 
C. S. Grovve : Selectmen, Moses Pike, Josiah Lyon,! 
Noyes Hopkinson. { 

Troy. Town clerk, Aaron T. Walker : First con-j 
stable, Frederick Fuller: Selectmen, Levi M. Park-j 
hurst, CurtisPhelps, Jamea Craigue : Clergy, William 
C. Holmes, cong. Nathan H. Downs, bap. Attornies, 
iUrial C. Hatch, Samuel Sumner: Physicians David 
JH. Bard, Henry Corey: Postmasters, Joseph P. Far-j 
ibanks, David Bard, North Troy. 

Westjield. Town clerk, Thomas Hitchcock : First 
'constable, Luke Miller : Selectmenj Jairus Siebbins, 
jjaraea 'Brown, Luther Lockwood : Physician, Guy 
jStoughton : Postmaster, Henry Richardson. 
Franklin County. 

Belvidere. Town clerk, Daniel Melvin : First con- 
stable, Alva Chaffe: Selectmen, Moody Shattock, Al- 
Iva Chaffe, Stickney Hodgekins. ! 

Cambridge. Town clerk, G. W. Reed: First con-' 
stable, Martin Reynolds : Selectmen, Beriah Curtis, 
iNath'aniel Sears, Enoch Carieton, jr. : Clergy, Geo. 
|W. Ranslow, John Ide : Attornies, Henry Stowell,, 
Levi Joslin, Nathaniel Reed, jr. : Physicians, B. S.^ 
Miner, A. H. i'arsons : Postmasters, Nathaniel Reed, 
jr., Jeffersonville, Phineas Stearns. 

Bakerxjleld. Town clerk, Silas B. Hazeltine: First 
constable, Robert Dean : Selectmen, Ira Fay, Silas 
Patten, Si'as B. Hazeltine: Clergy, Samuel G.| 
Tenney, cong. : Attornies^ Salmon Wires: Physicians,! 
Charles H. Swift, Oliver T. Houghton: Postmaster, 
iSalmon Wires. 

Berkshire. Town clerk, Harvey Clark : First con- 
istable, Ezra Wood : Selectmen, Wm. C. Elsworth, 
'Cromwell Bowen, Nathan Hamilton: Clergymen, Rich-j. 
jard Peck, epis., Phineas Bailey, con., Parley Hall, f. 
ibap. : Attorney, Joseph Smith : Physicians, Samuel S.j 
JBailer, John S. Webster, Wm. C. Elsworth, Benjaminj 



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.Sear), Friend M. Hall : Postmasters, Penuel LevcnsJ 

vV. Berksliire, Donnis Samdoai, E. Berkshire. ; 

Enoshur^h. Town clerk, Horace Eaton : First con j 

i-.tab!e, Alvin House: Selectiuen, J, R. Barnuin, Jonatj 
IJowrell. Bt.Minel E jton: Cieriiyrnen, John Scoit, con. J 
Lather Coal, bap. : Attorney, Tneophilus Mansfield.! 
i^hysicians, Eliphas Eaton, Horace Eaton : Post-* 
jiasrer, A'vin House. \ 

Fairfield. Town cleik, Joseph Sonle; First con- 
stable, Joseph A. Farnsworth ; Selectmen, Joab Smith; 
Cleriify, Boijamin VVooster, con; Attorney, Pallat! 
Piiflps; Physicians, Ciiester Kevts, Rensalasr Soule; 
Poptinasier, Bradley Barlow. 
Ftelcher. Town clerk, Elias Blair; First constable. 

ijJ^tlHi Kinsley, jr; Seltclinen, Guy Kinsley, JoRathai! 

ii3aiU,'y, Albert Kinsley ; Physicinn, {Saufurd Eiiiery. 

j Franklin. Ti>wn clerk, P. S. G ites ; First consta- 

j.le, E. S. Darwin; Selectmen, Wiiliafn Felton, Pan! 

jGales, Eleazer Olmsted; Cleri^ymen, John SpaldingJ 

j)ap; Mr. Brown, melh ; Aitornies, B. D. Basstord,' 

jJ. J. Bearddley ; Piiysici;in, Zeri Cushman ; Postmas- 

; er, Ly:iinn Gushing. 

I Georgia. Town clerk, Ira Kinjrsley ; First consta] 
»le, Decius R. Bogue ; Selecimen, Solomon Bliss. jr.,i 
A! van Hyde, Hcman A. Evans; Clergyman, Alvahl 
Sabin, bap; Physicians, Horace P. Blair, Jonalhanj 

I Taylor ; Puslmasler, Jushnn l)>ane. | 
i Johnson. Town clerk, Daniel Dodge ; First con i| 
hlabie, Jacob P. Hadiey ; Scl'^ctrn'-n, Joseph Deiane.! 

ljJoS!-ph A^ndrews, John Cristy; Attorn^ee, J. J. Dea-l| 
;|vilt, ErastusD. Habbell, Benj. F. VVeeks ; Pliysioans.ll 
jJohn Meigs, Seth Clark, Henry Pahner, Asa Kittridgc;:| 
JPustinajter, Cornelins Ly nde, jr. |1 

I J'lonlgornerij. Town clerk, Bethuel W. Fuller :';| 
|:Fir!!>t ciKJstable, Russell S. Milrcy; St-iecimen, Sam-! 
|[ lel L'.isk, Richard S.uith, Rtifus Hamillon ; Physi-j 
IJcians, B. VV. Fuller, AivunLusk; Postmaster, J. E 
Ici'jpp. 

II Richfi-rd. Town desk, John Huse ; First conpta;: 
|i)le, Ak^en Sears; Selectmen, Saniuel Heath, AldenMj 

• e'jSears, John Fulii't ; Cior^»y, Wm. Rogers, bap., JayJ 




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Powel, meth : Physician, John Huse ; Postmaster, 
Enoch Carlton. 

Sheldon. Town clerk, Samuel Wead; First consta- 
Ible, Ricliard A, Shaltuck : Selectmen, William Ham-I 
rnond, D?xler Gilbert, Andrew Rewker; Postmasters,] 
Samuel Wead, Aivin Fassett. j 

St. Albans. Town clerk, John Gates', jr ; First con-, 
istablo, Josiah Newton; Selectmen, John Smith, Wm.; 
II. Taylor, Eleazer JoweU; Clergy, Worlhlngton 
■Smith con., Sylvester Nash, epis., Joseph D. Marshall, 
mclh ; Attornies. Asa Aidis, Bates Turner, Benjamin 
Swift, Stephen S. Brown, James Davis, John Smith, 
Benjamin H..Smalley, Harvy Adams, Joseph H. Brai- 
nard, Luther B. Hunt, Heman R. Beardsley, Lucius 
Royce, Orlando Stevens, Asa O. Aldis, David Read,; 
MaVshal B. Witters; Physicians, Charlea Hall, John 
L. Chandler, Amos Pearson ; Postniasier, Samuel H.! 
Barlow. 

Swanton. Town clerk, R. S. Fletcher; First con 
stable, Bradford Scott ; Selectmen, James Brown.'. 
Harry Assyltine ; Clergy, E. H. Dorman, con. Daniel, 
Sabin, bap ; Attornies, G. W. Foster, N. L. Whitte- 

raore; Physicians, L. Janes, H. Bray ton, Whitle- 

more ; Postmasters, H. B. Farrar, Swanton, Gardner 
Green, E. Swanton. 

Waterville. Town clerk, Moses Fisk ; First con- 
stable, Harley M. Baldwin; Selectmen, Luther Po. 
'and, Jesse C. Holmes, Stephen Leach ; Postmaster, 
Moses Fisk. I 

Essex County. 

Brunswick. Town clerk, Thos. G. French ; First! 
constable, John Schoff; Selectmen, Benjamin Brown,] 
Haynes Schoff, Isaac Richardson ; Physician, Elijah] 

Heaton; Clergy, Heath; Postmaster, William 

Marshall. | 

Canaan. Town clerk, Hosca Paul; First constable,! 
Samuel B. Cooper; Selectmen, Hosea Paul, Williaml 
Morrill, Samuel B. Cooper; Clergy, Caleb [ngalls, f.j 
•V. bap; Attorney, Saunders W.Cooper; Physician', 
.'Charles Heaton; Postmaster, Hosea Paul. 
, Concord. Town clerk, Harvey G. Fry ; First con- 



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stable, Abel Staoy ; Selectmen, Archibald Tag-gard- 
.'George Cuttinrj, David Molton ; Attoiney, David Hib- 
Ijbard, jr; Physicians, Ctnacy Sargents, John Wheeler, 
ijr; Postmaster, Joseph Fry. i 

1 Granby. Town clerk, Martin Joslyn ; First constaj 
ible, Gershom Carpenter; Selectmen, Joel Bassett,' 
iBenj. S. Clark, Ashley Appleton ; Clergy, Jauies Tis-; 
idale, con. 

I Guildhall. Town clerkj John Dodge ; First con-' 
jstnble, Isaac Cummings ; Seleclraei), Horace HubbardJ 
TDaniel Howe, David Hopkinson; Clergy, James Tis- 
dale, con; Atlornies, Seth Cnshman, John S. Wells, | 
James Steele; Physicians, John Dewey, Walter Burn-i 
ham, Samuel Curtis; Postmaster, Setb Cusbman. I 

Lemington. Town clerk, Mills D. Forrest; First! 
{constable, Abdiel Blodgett ; Selectmen, Nathan Friz- 
jzle, Joseph Sims, Abdiel Blodgett; Postmaster, Mills: 
[D Forrest. 1 

Lunenburg. Town clerk, Stephen Howe, jr ; Firsli 
constable, Israel C. Cheney; Selectmen, Sfenheni 
Howe, jr., Spencer Clark, Enoch Thomas; Clergy,; 
Jeremiah Glines, jr., con; Attorney, Wm. Hayward, 
jr ; Physicians, Daniel Egery, Timothy L, Lane, The- 
Ton Webb ; Postmaster, Daniel Egery. 

Maidstone. Town clerk, Joseph Merrill ; First con- 
{stable, Daniel Rich; Selectmen, Jos. Glcason, G. A. 
Hall, Elias Xaylor; Clergy, David Lock, meth ; At- 
torney, Rich Stevens. 

Grand Isle County. | 

Alburgk. Town clerk, Lewis Sowles : First con- 
stable, George Mott : Selectmen, John McGregor, 
Willicim Sowles, Abram Laden: Clergy, John Fra- 
zier, meth. Atturiiies, Giles Harrington, Charles H. 
jPerrigo : Physicians, J. S. Berry, S. S. Sarles, H. H. 
Reynolds : Postmaster, Isaac L'^fBngwell. 

Grand Isle. Town clerk, James Brown ; First 
constable, Jabez, Ladd, Selectmen, Samuel Adams,! 
Doraslus, Centre, Hiram Fuller : Clergy, Asa LyonJ 

ores. Potter meth. Piiyaician, Melviu Barnes.-i 

,'Postmaster, A. H. W. Hyde. | 

Isle La Molt, Town clerk, Ira Hili : First consta-! 



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ble, A. L. Holcornb : Clergy, William VVaitt, Mifth.; 

iPhysician Minus McRobtM-ts : Poftmuster, Ira Hill. 

i Korth Hero. Town clerk, Joel Allen : First cons'..'i- 

jble, Gary Whitney: Selectrripn, David Sr.ron^r, E'Uhn 

iParks Allen Savvyt^r: Clergy, Samuel Weaver, meth. 

iPhysicians, Gary Whitney, C, H. Burgess : Poslmap 

.rer Ab.^er Doty. 

! South Hero. Town clerk, Bird Landon : First cor. 

'atable, William M. Fletcher; Selectmen, Hector Ad|| 
anis, Elb Barnunj, Asaph Phelps : Clergy, Asa Lyonj 

(>on<T. Potter, metn. Attorney, Hector Adams :! 

Physicians, x\lbert Butler, Artemas Goodenough. i 

TOWN OFFTCKRsa. 

The following^ were not received in season to he in-' 
serted in their proper places. [ 

Wi.NDHAM CO. Tow7ifthend. Town cleric, Lnciui-j 
Dyer ; First constable, Jarres Nichols ; Selecttnen.i 
Chopin Howard, John H. Brigham, Lsafsc B. Wilson;! 
ICier'gy, Horatio N. Graves, con. Simeon Cijarnberlin.: 
h;ip; Attornics, Epftph. Ransom, Charles Phelps;! 
Ptivsicians, Joel Chamberlin, W. Pv. Rr.nni y, Horacrj 
Starkweather, Charles Clark : Postmasters, Epapli.' 
Ranson, John Fessendon, west Townshend. I 

WiiNiOSon CO. Barnard. Town clerk, Georj^e R.; 
Winslow ; First constable, Norris Ashley ; Selectmen I 
Jos. B. Danforth, Willord Gambell, Ebeuezer Rich-; 
[(noiul ; Clergy, Preston Taylor, con., Benj. R. H-^yt-i 
IWilham Kimball, meth: Attorney, Geo. E. AVaJes ;| 
(Physicians, Isaac Djuforih, S. P. Danforth, Alvir^;. 
iBurhank, Thomas Swift ; Postmaster, Edward Morri^.t 
I Addison go. Middlebury. Town clerk, ErL-^htij 
'Brewster; First constable, Chester Goodrich; Sej 
lectmen, EHsha Brewster, Nahum Pdrker, Paul Cham i 
Iplin ; Clerjiy, T. A. Merrill, con., P. C Oakley, melh..j: 
;T. Spicer, presiding elder, S. A. Crane, cpis; Attornies.j 
^Seth Storrs, Horatio Seymour, Joel Dooiitile, Robert | 
iB. Bates, Charles Linsley, George Chioman, Calvin] 
jC. Waller, Ozias Seymour, Dorastns Wooster, Har- 
ivoy Bell, William Slade, Peter Starr, Jedediah Si 
jBushnell ; Physicians, William Bass, Edward Tudor.j 



iZaclieus Bass, Ralph Gowdy, W. P. Russell, Johi 
Marshal!, Clark Dickinson ; Postmaster, Calvin C 
Waller. 

Chittenden co. Mayipfield. Town clerk, Nalh'l 
Butts ; First constable, Fjunklin Simons ; Selectmen 
Benj. Holmes, Asa Town, Joseph Dakc. 

Washington co. Jdiddlesex. Town clerk, Hor 
lace Holticn; First constable, liUliier Farrer ; Select 
'nien, Lucius Hougiiton, James Jordan, Wm. X. Hoi 

jden ; Clergy, Benj. Chatterton, f. bap. B;iker 

imftth; Physician, Joseph Kellogg, Postmaster, Mose; 
L. Hart. 



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JUDICIAL. 

The Judiciary powers of ihc state are vested in a Su- 
preme Court, consisting of live justicps, chosen every 
year, by the Ipgislature; a County Court, consisting 
of three justices, the chief justice being one of the jus 
tices of the Supreme Court, chosen in the eama man- 
ner, who hold courts twice a year in their respectivt 
counties; and justices of the peace appointed in tht 
Mame manner. 

SUPREME COURT. 
TITUS HUTCHINSON, Chief Justice, 
Charles K. Williams, 1 

STEFHE^ ROYCE, ( n - ^ m r s- 

Nicholas Baylieu, ( •^'«*<««' Justu:es. 

Samuel S. Phelps, 3 

Bennington County. 
Nathan Burton, } ^ . . , , ,. 
Nathan H. Bottom, \ -^""^^^ ^"*^*"»- 
Samuel Canfield, Sheriff". 
Noah La R don, Hii^k Bailiff. 
Hiland Hall, State's AUorneij. 
Myron Clark, Judge of Probate Jor the District of 

Manchester. 
Sylvanus D^nforth, Judge of Probate for the Dislric 
of Benningfon. 
I Ezra Isham, Myron Clark, Chauncy Tryon, Jaii 
I Commissioners for Manchester. 



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Oisamus C. Merril, Jona. Hunt, M. S. Norton, Jail 
Commissioners for Bennington. 

Samuel Jaquelh, Inspector of Hops. 
! Justices of the Peace. 

j Arlington. Sylvester Demingr, Phineas Smith, S. 
iS. Baker, John Arnold, Reuben Barney, Samuel Wil- 
OTJot,, Benj. Thatcher, Henry M. Hall. 
I Bennington. Wm. Henry, Aaron Robinson, Uriah 
'Edgerton, Orsn.mua C. Merrill, Heman Robinson, 
ISamuel Fay, James Hiibbell, John Vanderspeigle, S.l 
iH. Blackmer. Ste bbins VVaibridge, Stephen Robinson,. 
'Green Blackmer, Austin Harmon, jr. Pierpoint Ish- 
km, Ut;! M. Robinson, Jedediah Dewey, John Nor- 
s'on, Ji^cob Lyon, Alson Squiers, Samuel Loomis, Cal- 
Ivin Giison, Elijah Filmore, Joseph Sterrin, Alvah 
JRice, Edmund M. Welling, Hiram Richardson, Amos 
jPolter. 

! Dorset. Benjamin Ames, Azel Morse, Raymond 
iPaddock, Dan Kent, Darius Moore, Alexander Bliss, 
J.irnes A. Hodge, Gordon B. South worth. 
' Landgrove. Gideon Davis, jr., David Welley, Jo- 
■seph H<jlt, Amori Benson, Joshua Marsh. 

^lancliestcr. Myron Clark, John W. Harris, Tru- 
I'nan Purdy, Leonard Sarrreant, John Aiken, VVilliam 
JFarnsworth, Chester Clark, Loring Dean, Jas. Hick- 
[jx, Wrn. Benedict, John S. Pettibono, Henry Robin- 
son, Milo L. Bennett. 

Peris. Josiah Barnard, Samuel Stone. 

Povcnal. Timothy Ware, Josiah Wright, Benja- 
min Stevens, Nathan Varin, Elijah Barber, Daniel 
Bates, Choiles Bowen, Allen Brown, Moses Whipple, 
jjoiin Mooor, Sebastian Wager, Sylvanus D. Thomp- 
i^on, Benj. F. Morgan, Benj. Gardner, 2d., Bottwood 
jVVright. 

i Readsboro'. W^m. Stafford, Jacob Hicks. Calvin 
iVV. Baker, James Dalrymple, Elijah Bailey, Richard] 
^Carpenter, Sylvester Bishop. 

I Rupert. Groove Moore, David Sheldon, Henry 
^heldon, Simeon Rising, jr., Joseph Parker, Johit 
Moore 



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I Sand^ate. John Sanderson, Ira ilurd, Taos. Peckj 
jTheodore Sanderson, Walter Randall. 
I Searsburgh. Joseph Ennoa. 

i Shaftsbury. Joreniiah MHlteaon. Gardner Barton. 
Ijr., Hiram Barton, Malicha Cox, Wri^iht. Spencer, D 
iG. Huntington, Lorin Draptr, Benj. F. Olin, Alfred 
Graves. 

^: Stamford. Otis Philips, John L. Wilinarth, Reuben' 
§ Smith, Calvin Sampson, Thomas Bratton, Ebenezer* 
Pratt, Stephen C Millard. 

Sunderland. James A. Graves, Joel Kmney, Noa 
Landon, Jam*;s Blake. 

WinhalL Silas Gleason, Nathaniel Mullen, Hardinf 
Bebee, Jonathan Vail. 

Woodford. Wm. Park, Joseph C Huliieter, Eli- 
jah Greeaslit, Wm. Park, jr. VVm. Weed. 
Windham County. 

r? ^^ r> ' > ^'^ssUtani Justices^ 

Charles Phelps, ) 

Henry Smith, Sheriff^. 
j Otis Haven, High JBailiff. 

Alexander S. Campbeil, State's Attorney. 
Peter R. Taft, Judge of Probate for the District of 

Westminster. 
i^f. Miller, Judge of Probate for the District of Marl- 
boro' 
J. Elliot, H. Wheebek, W. R, Shafter, Jail Com- 
'missioners. 

j Timothy Underwood, Inspector of Hops. 
j Justices of the Peace. 

j Athens. Thaddeua Alexander, Abraham Ball, Tim- 
iothy C. Whitney, Daniel Fuller, Micah Davis, Jos. 
jTinkham. 

I Acton. Lemuel Farwell, Ebenezer Huntington, 

jXathan Fisher. • i 

Bratlleboro.' Lemuel Whitney, Samuel Clark, 

Russel Fitch, Samuel Elliott, Francis Goodhue, Hen 

^ry Clark, Stephen Greenleaf, Samuel Root, Joseph 

SGoodhue, Edward Woodman, Jonathan D. Bradley. 

Wm. R. Hayes, Lsvi Stoddard, Isaac Piummer, Ru 

Ifbs Clark, Paul Chase. 



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Brooklin. Thomas Crane, Ephraiin Park, Jacob 
jBurdit, Edson H'ggins, Samuel Adams. 

Dover. Reuben Dean, David Burr, Abraham Jones, 
Ebenezer Jones, Aaron P. Berry, Asaph Huskins, S. 
jjones, Ebonezer Copeland, Wm. H. Jones, Jas. Mi- 
ner, jr., Laban Jones, Lyman Howe. 

Dammerslon. Marshal Miller, Jos. Duncan, Ass 
Knight, Asa Boyden, Samuel Knight^ Josiali Taft,. 
Joseph Dix, Rufus Moore, Joel Ciiandlrr, Asa Dui- 
ton, jr., John Clark, John F. Stearnes, Enos Leonard. i 
, Guilford. Sanuiel Sikos, A.^ron Barney, L Brown, [ 
ijr., Dana Hyde; Benjamin VV. Stevens, James Noyes,] 
Cyrus Carpenter, Samuel Cutting, Nathan Conanl, 
Barnard Lynde, Russel Hyde, Otis Shepardson, Arad 
jBurnelt, Ward Bullock. 

Grafton. Thaddeus Taylor, Benjamin Dwinnell, 
Nathan Wheeler, Barzillai B'jrgess, Artemas Spring, 
Samuel Walker, Lucius C. Alexander, Erastus Bur- 
gess. 

Halifax. Darius Bullock, Erastus Hall, William 
Plumb, Daniel Jones, Elisha Hagar, Isaac Warden, 
Sanford Plumb. 

Jamaica. Ezra Livermore, Nathaniel Robbing, T. 
Goodale, Zelotes Skinner, Alpheus Kellogg, Samuel 
JBarry, Amos Howard, 2d., James Brown, jr., John' 
'KelloiTg, Peter R. Taft, Ziba Ciiapin, Hammond Liv I 
ermore. j 

: Londonderry. Samuel Arnold, John Aiken, Tyler; 
jTinkham, Lawrence Pierce, Elisha White, Luther! 
iStowelS, Thomas S. Viall, Stephen Lawrence, Emerv' 
jBrown. '\ 

J\Iarlboro\ Hubbard //. Winchester, Jesse ConeJ 
jOshea Smith, David Mather. 

j J^''ewfane. Martin Field, Jas. Elliot, Hsnry Whee- 
ilock, Roswell M. Field, Benjamin Ormsbee,' Walter 
jGiger, Joseph Elhs, Jona. Hall, Sylvanus Sherwin, 
iNathan Stone, Pardon T. Kimball, David Merrifield, 
|\Vm. H. Williams, Ebenr. Morse, Nahum Houghton. 

Putney. David Crawford, Asa Washburn, Plorace 
Bliss, Aie.Kander Campbell, Asa Koyes, 2d. Phineas 
I V^jjlu*, Simeon Read, Otis Ha^n, John Campbell. 



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* Rockmgham. John H. Campbell, Peter Willardvl 
liEbenezer Locke, Alex. S. Campbell, Calvin Webb.: 
Ezekiel Weston. Henry Lake, jr. Solomon Wrig-iit,! 
ilorace Baxter, Daniel KoUotror^ David Chandler, Ar-j 
eraas Robbins, Hiram Davie, Elijuli Jones, EUas Pui i 
cipher, Benjamin Smith, jr. Carter Whitcorab, Davidj 

III, Campbelk j 

Somerset Hazelton Rice> Jothara Pike, L'Jther'j 
Aideru Elliot Morse. i{ 

|i Straiten. Abel Grout, IMoscs Forrester, Asa Phil-j 
|:;ps, Richard Scott, Noah Hill. 

ii Tov^nshend. Charles Phelps, William R. Shafter, 
:C!iapin Howard, Wailslill R. Ranney, Joseph Tyler, 
■Ar.iJ Ho'brook, Dana Bailey, Lucius Dyer, I'liomasJ 
l.jrown^ John H. Bngham, Caleb Garfi<-id, Barnard| 
|.>ali.-5biiry, Joel Chamberlain, J"lin W. How. f 

|j f^ernoji, Cyrus Wa?hburn, Joseph Frank'tn, Isaiali 
vV, Johnson, Eii Lee, ./esse Leo, John Stebb ns. 

Wardsboro\ Asa Wheelock, Penrley Fairbank. 
Leiand Fail bank, Joseph Converse, Thomas Berber.; 
Peter Hammond, Stephen Warren, Adin Tiiayer,^ 
'Xathaniel Ward, SilasDexter. I 

Westminster. Ellery Albee, Josiah Willard. Abial; 
;Goodall, John Smith, Joseph Ranney, Stephen Tuthiil.l 
Whilinc^ham. John Roberts, Amos Brown, Nathan; 
Srown, Eiisha Putnam, Henry Clussora, Moses Morse,; 
VViliiim Hull, Henry Goodeiough. | 

Wilmington. Jairus Hall, Ephraira Tyler, Lanceyj 
.Forbes, Azor Smith, Russel Fitch, Oriorin Pnckatd,} 
ICharles K. Field. Richard Waste, John Pulsipiicr. 
'■ Windham. Richard Kelley, John Woodhurn. J.imrsr 
.White, William Harris, San^iel Goudard, Timothy 
Burton, Niles Aldrich, Isaac Barrows, Harvey Bur- 
lapp, Joseph Wood. 

Rutland County. 

"f^^l,^^^^^' X AssislanlJuslice^. 

Wm. C. Kittridge, ^ 

Jacob Egerton, jr. Sheriff. 

C h a u n cey T h ra i 1 , Higk Baliff. 

Selah H. Merrill, State's Attorney. 




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Ambrose L. Brown, Judge of Probate /or the Distrid] 

of Rutland. 
Almon Warnor, Judge of Probate for the District of\ 

Fair Haven, 
J. D. Butier, R. Pierpoint, A. L. Brown, Jail Commis 
noners. 

Amos Bliss, Inxpeclor of Hops. \ 

Justices of the Peace. 
Benson. Isaac Griswold, Philo Wilcox, M. K 
Meacham, Isaac Norton, Salnion P. Abell, Jesstt 
ParUhill, Joseph Bascom, John Dickinson, Asa Young. |i 
Brandon, John A. Conant, Jacob Powers, Jatneejj 
Barlow, John Conant, Walter Cooley, David M?»rri-ii 
i im, jr. Chester Winslow, Martin Carlisle, Pau;|j 
Spooner^jr. Harvey Hall. 

Castleton. John Mason. J. G. Harris, Ezekicl Bucl.jj 
Sylvester Pond, B. F. Langdon, Noah Hoit, LorenZ'/jj 
i|M. Mason, Selah H. Merrill. I 

ij Clarendon. DahielS. Ewing, Reuben Smith, Chap- 
jhiian Giddings, Jonathan Dyer, Enoch Smith, Linsley 
llRouiids, John L. Marsh, Thomas Stewart, jr. Lewii- 
IWalkcr, Silas W. Hodges, Philip Brig^rs. 

Chittenden. Thomas Manly, Moses Randall, Thos. 
/. Leonard, J'onas JFheeler. 

Danhy James M'Daniel, Ira Vail, Ira Edmonds. Eli- 
ijjah Bull, John V-iil, R. Bucklin, jr. Benj. Barnes. 

Fairkaven. Barnabas Ellis, Moses Colton, Tillv 
i'Giibert. 

Hubbardton. Samuel Cheever, James FJagg, Seth 
Wallis, Henry J. Korton, Ira Jennings. 

Ira. Preserved Fish, Josh\ia Harrington, Russe' 
■ Fish, Stukely Tiiornton, jr. Whipple Martin 

Mepdon. Rufus Richardson, Thomas Hunt, Tirao- 
ihy Git)son, Edward Muzzy. i 

Middletown. Jonas Clark, Gideon Miner, Jacobj 
Burnham, Allen Vail, David Hubbard, Orson Clark. i 
Merritt Clark, Eliakim Paul. 

J^Iount- Holly. Nathan T. SpraguG, John White, 
Abijah Colo. Homer Earl, Marvil Johnson. 

Mount-Tabor, Caleb Buffum, Gideon S. Tabor, 
Benjamin Briton, S^las Hathorn. ^ 



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Oricell. Jacob Smith, Dorus Bascomb, Roswelij 
Bottum, jr. Ruhiff White, 2d. Ira Youn<T, David Cut-|j 
LinfTi jr. Julius A. Austi.n, Thomns D. Hammond. ij 

Pawlet. Nathaniel Harmon, Oliver Hanks, Elishaj 
Allen, David C Blossom, Milton Brown. 

PilUJielJ. Eleazer B. Rockwell, Calvin Joslyn 
Levi Rix, Ira Parsons, William R. Blossom. 

PiUsford. Gordon Newell, Isaac VViicaton, Abram 
Owen, Isaac Bressee, Samuel H. Kellogg, Samuc 
Fairfield, Thomas F. Boguo, Jeftrey Barnes, Lymai, 
Granger, Azor Dickerman, German F. Hendee. 

Pouitney. Amos Thompson, Joel Beamau, Almor 
j Warner, Wm. Ward, Henry G. Neal, Elisha Ashley. 
jDavid Dewey, Wiiiiam L. Farnham. 

Rutland. Gershom Ciieeney, Chauncey Thrall. 
Moses Loster, Robert Tumplo, Moses Strong, Francis 
Slason, William Paige, Ambrose L. Brown, Robert 
Pierpoint, John Piirdy, AmJjersr L^e, Benjamin Smith. 
Moses VValkin?, E. L. Ormsber, R. C. Royce, Solo- 
!mon Foot. 

Sherburne. R. Estabrooks. jr. Albro Anthony, Jo- 
jsiah Wood, Silas Coltor>. 

Sudbury. Peter Reynolds, James K. Hyde, Mose? 
Hall, jr. William A. WilliamiJ. Aaron J. Ketchum. 
Richard Wheeler. 

S/irewshury. Elijah Holden, Ziba Aldrich, jr. Zi 
don Edson, William Marsh, Harry Holden, Eliakiml 
Johnson, John Buckinaster. 

Tinmouth. Obadiah Noble, Linus Crampton, Geo. 
Capron, Calvin Browor, Samuel L. Valentine. 

Wallingford. Wm. Kent, Nathaniel Ives, Samuel; 
L. Edijerton, H'.ward Harris, L'ncoln Andrews, jr. 

Wells. David B. Lewis, SethBiossum, Wrn. Potter.j 
jjr. Shubael Lamb, Wc-ley ClemonJs, Caleff Monroe. 

West-Haven. Seth J. Hitchcock, Erastus Coleman 
David King, David Downs, John Ofenseiid, Thoma: 
Horton, Olin Cnurch. 

Windfsor County. 

Samuel W Pointer, ) ^,,utant JuHice,. 
Samuel C Loveland, \ 

Lysander Raymond, Sheriff. \ 



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Sainuo! Ilomfnuigway, H. Bali/f. 
I Carlos Cooiidge, Slate's Attorney/ 

Jabez Proctor, Judge of Probate for the Districl op 
' TVindsor. 

Isaiah Raymond, Judge of Prohale for the District oj 
Hartford. 

Benjamin Swan. Lyndon A. Marsh, Henry Denni- 
Uon, Jail Commiss'rs. 

Jv.slices of the Peace. 

Andover. Orin Hazeltine, Edward Simons, Abra- 
ihain Brown, Benjamin Morse, Nathaniel P. Dodge, 
"Wiliiam VVarner. 

Barnard. Alphcus Howe, Joseph B. Danforth. 
Calvin A. Green, Charles Walcoit, L^vi Belknapp.^ 
George E. Wales, Sidney S. Henimenway, 
I Baltimore. Jonathan Woodbury, Joshua L^Jand 
I Bethel. Jonathan Marsh, Thoin is P. Russell. James 
iW'alinco, Walter Pernn, riirr.3on Bdbbiil, Asa Brooks,'; 
iJohn Woodbury. j 

Bridgewaier. Isaiah Raymond, David Thompson.! 
James Walker, Emanuel Sawyer. James H. Munger.| 
i Cavendish. Josiah Gilsum, Jabez Proctor, Williant! 
iSmilh, Samuel Adams, Hale Bales, Arnos Wheeler, 
Din Grant, Elijah E^ Parker, L-'vi Jackman. 
I Chester. Amos Hea Id, Daniel Oaiori, Josiah Barnes, 
Thomas T. Barrett, Tiiomas Robinson, Jesse Sted 
^man, Je?ise H. Hosmer, Simeon Fi/eland, Davis Bales. 

Hartford. John Downer, Truman Leavitt, Zera 
Brooks, John Strong, Zebulon Deiar,3, David New- 
^ion, John Porter, George Uaali, Shubel Russ, Daniell 
Hazen, y\lden Hazen, Samuel Nutt, Lewis LymanJ 
H;»rvey Noble. " ' | 

Hartland. Jarnes Donnison, Jonathan Buck, Dud ] 
ley Williams, Arnold Gill, Jonathan Hodgman, Johrj 
S. Marcy, Muses Tewksbury, Gardner, Marcy, B. F.; 
Rood, Elias Bal»s, VVilliam Ashley, George LatimerJ 
Isaac N. Cushman, ' | 

Ludlow. Asahel Smith, Joseph Davison, Stephen", 

ummings, Reuben Washburn, Suel Fullum, jr. Ar-I 
emus SpalTord, Asa Fletcher, Arden G. Taylor," 
^ ' as BrigjB. A ga Feim. 



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^Yorwlch. Jacob Burtun, Don J. Brigljarw, JohriEm- 
■erson, Joel Morriss, John Slafter, Alba Slimson, Cal- 
-jVin Seaver, jr. Harvey Barton, Joseph Cloiigh. 

Plymouth. John Lakinj Cephas Moore, Lovi Slack, 
Moses Pollard, Jaboz Wood, Samuel Pa^e. 

Pomfrct. Isaiah Tinkham, jr. Henry Howilf, John 
JE. Doten, David Chandler, Gardner Winsiow. Giiberi 
JAllen, Nathan Snow. 

Reading. Simeon Buck, Charles Buck, Shubsl G. 
Shedd, LGUiuel B. Washburn, NaLhaiiiel Dyer, Luther 
Kendall. 

Rochester. Ephraim D. Bri^^a, Lym^n Emerson, 
John Amy, Oliver Luey, Luther Waters, Rufus Lease. 

Royailon. Daniel Rix, Jonathan Kinney, E'lsha 
Rix, Niithaniel Spmguo, 0.d Bilhn;^?, 0!:vi'r Wii'.is, 
W, Wood worth, Har.'V Binghaui, J. II. Botird'nsp. 
iDavid Willianis, Amjs RoI/msup, Calvin Parkhnst. 
I Sharon. Ruuben Spalding, Wi'Iiatn Steele, Tru- 
man Holt, John Baldwin, Samuel ShuU.'e'.vorih, Wil- 
liam Pixley, Henry Chamberlain- 

Springjield. Asahel Powers, Elisha Bisbee, Nom-| 
las Cobb, Don Lovell, John Field, Jo!in Boynton, jr 
Noah SafF)rd, Arthur,Fiold, Jotham Bre'lum, Georgel 
Johnson, Osman Burge, William W. Whitney, Smith 
Homan, Horatio G. Hav/klns, Wm. Thayer, Wil- 
liam Dyer, John White. 

Stockbridge. Ira Cooper, Asi Patridgo, Justin 
Morgan, Joseph P. Chamberlain, Samuel Belcher,!; 
Daniel Ranney, jr. 

Weather sfield. Thomas Prentiss, Ebsnezer Shedd, ! 
Joshua Upliam, Joseph R. Williams, John Brown, 
I Amos Hewiclt, Jonathan Lawrence, Asa Upham.'] 
John Sherwin, Daniel Bowen, Jacob Perkins, Barna 
has Dean. 

Weston. Amos N. Burton, Henry Lovrjoy, David; 
Sterlin, Jacob Whitney. 

Windsor. Samuel Shullleworth, Asa Aikens, Car- 
los Coolige, Thomas Leland, Francis E. Phelps, Ed- 
ward R. Campbell, Thomas M. Pumeroy, Charles 
Leavens, Daniel Read, Rufus Root, Oliver G. Svveet-| 
ser, Isaac Gates, Darius Jones, Nahum Swallow. 

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Woodsiock. Henry C. Dennison, James Siayton, 
Edwin Hutchinson, Jared Richard, William Scott, 
jjesse Williams, Asapri Fletcher, jr. Daniel Taft, Sam 
juel Damon, Eliphalet Dunham, Isaac Parker, Jasonj 
Kendall, Benjamin Swan. 

Addison County. 

SiLA3 H. ^^^^^o^.\^,^,tantjmlices, 
William Myrick, ^ 

Marshal S. Doty, Sheriff. 

Myron Bushnell, H. Bailiff. 

E, N. Briggs, State's Attorney. 
j'lSaraucl Swift, Judge of Probate for the District of 
' Addison: 

jJessQ Grandy, Judge of Probate for the District of 

JVew- Harden. 
Joel Dooliltle, E. Brewster, D. Wooster, Jai^ Com' 
missionersfor Middlebury . 
I E. D. Wood bridge, G. B. Rogers, S. B. Booth,! 
}-;Jail Commissioners for Kergennes. 
*i Justices of the Peace. 

I Addison. Aaron Jackson, Henry Brevoort, Lyman 
iClark, Wm. Pickett, David Whitney, Cyrus Strong,; 
iHenry Smith, Arzah Crane. 

I Bridport. Benjamin Miner, jr. Calvin Solace, Sol- 
r'omon Mason, Ahner Wilcox, Joshua S. Strong, Sene-: 
' ca Austin, Ebenezur AU^n, Daniel Eldridge, Gardner 
Converse. 

Bristol. Samuel H. Holly, Horatio Needham, Har- 
,yoy Munsell, Winter H. Holly, P. S. Warner, Oren 
ii.Hoyt, Robert Holly, Rufus H. Barnard, Amos Eddy, 
fjllenry Soper, Daniel E. Purmlee. 
i Cornwall. Horace Janes, Asahel Bingham, Jesse 
IjEUsworth, Chauncey Cook, Wm. Hamilton, Orrin 
f'Field, Riissel Foot. 

(:l Ferrisburgh. Theophilus Middlebrook, Stoddard 
iJMartin, N. W. Porter, Caleb Sherman, Uriah Walk- 
Wht, Jorard Pond, Wm. Hazird, Joseph P^ogers, 2d. 
i!|Luther Carpenter, Nathan Keyes. 
i Qoshen. Josiah Dart, ElnathanKnapp, Ezra Wash- 
burn, jr. Nathan Capon. j 
/fa^cocA-.^ Charles G. Robbins, Zerah Barnes, Aa-lj 



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irnn Piper, Abel Hebard, Daniel Wait, jr. Josiah P 
;Brnoks. 

I Kingston. Thomas King, William Ellsworth, jr 
John Thatcher, Reuben Jennie, Isaac Parker. 
Leicester. Wm. Gile, John Bullock. 
Lincoln. Joseph Blanchard, Samuel Dart, Hezeki 
ah Hatch, Valentine Varney, William Pope, Samue 
Adams. 

Monkton. Oliver Sherman, Johnson Finney, Ethai 
jSmith, Milo W. Kinsley, Roswell Atwood, Aison Col 
iins, Russel Eastman, Jehial Chamberlain, Roderick 
Baldwin. 

Middlehury. Scth Storrs, Nathen Case, Hiran. 
Munger, Charles Linsley, Norman Tupper, Harvey 
Bell, Joel Doolittle, Ozias Seymour, Jcdediah S. 
jBushnell, Samuel Swift, Clark Foot, Edwin Ham- 
.Tiond, Thomas M. Fitch, Peter Starr, Elisha Brew- 
jster, Robert B. Bates, Dorastus Wooster. 
j JVew-Haven. Oihniel Jewett, Wm. Nash, Samuel 
IE. Chalker, Joseph Everts, Elias Bottum, Silas Doud. 
iJustus Pier, Anthony Sprague, Ira Clark, Wightman 
jHuntington, Daniel Twitchel, Jonathan Hoil, jr. 
I Panton. Putnam Bishop, Silas Tappan, Alexandtr 
jBrush, Nathan Spalding, Silas Pond, Jesse Grandy. 
Ripton. Calvin Pier, James Kirby. 
Salisbury. Aaron Barrows, Reuben Saxton, Alphe 
jU3 Taylor, John M. Weeks, James L. Morton, Eben- 
ezer N. Briggs, Jnmes Andrus, jr. 

Starkshoro'. Myron Buslmell, Elisha Ferguson 
,Asel Wentworth, Ira Bushnrll, Isaac Stowell, Danie 
iKellogg, jr. Henry C. Kimball, Almon Atwood, John 
Hill, 3d., Wm. Worth, 2d, Theron Downey. 

Skorckam. Elisha Bascomb, Joseph Smith, 2d. 
Aaron Lawrence, Isaac Chipman, Davis Rich, Lov 
O. Birchard, Lewis Hunt, Cliarles Rich, John S. Lar 
ab''*», Alonzo Birchard, John S. Hunsden. 

Verscennes. Amos W. Barrium, Enoch D. Wood 
arid^re, Philip C. Tucker, Samuel B. Booth, John 
Thompson, Ville Lawrence, Isaiah Scott, Samuel S 
Woodbridge, Jeptha Shedd, Horace Oniop, Georg* 



Parker, John Pierpoint, Wni. H. White, VVm. T. 
;\Vard, John Parker. 

i Wnllham. George Fisher, Solomon Hobbs, Ches- 
Iter Ward, Wm. Barton. 

TVeyhridge. Ehjah G. Drake, Joseph Hayvvard, S 
Waight, Sa.ii'jel James.Timoihy W. Twilchell, Asap* 
|Hiiyward, Barzillai Stewart, Lorin Drake. 
I iVhiiing. Ephraun Moulton, Moullon Needham 
JHarinoii Strong, James O. Walker. 
! Orar'S'e County. 

Daniel Cobb, > ^„^,,^„^ j^,^,,,,, 
j Thomas Jones, ^ 
! Lyman Fitch, Sheriff'. 

\ Justus Edson, High Balijff'. 

j William ilebard, S/a/e'* •^/^orncy. 

^ William Spencer, Judge of Probate for the district of 
Bt'culford. 

Calvin Blodget, Jxidga of Probate for the district of 
I Randolph. 

Jxjsiah Dana, John W. Smith, Harry Hale, Jail Com- 
missioners. 

Jedediah Smith, Hop Inspector. 

Justice? (f (he Peace. 

Brainlret. Jonathan Bass, Samuel Riffbrd, Seth 
Rifibrd, Samuel Harwood, Jacob Bailey, Jabez Smith, 
Stephen Benton, 

Bradford. Daniel Martin, Arad Stebbins, Barton 
N. Fyler, Thomas Tabor, Richard Aldrich, John M'- 
iDuffie, William Wilson, Wosess Severance, Jameg 
M'Duffie, J. W D. Parker, Jeese Merrill, 2d. Al/red 
Corl.£s. 

Brookfeld. Simon Colton, Thomas Kinsrsbuiy, Jo- 
^'^oli G. Src'th, Llisha Aliis, jr. Daniel Kingsbury, 
WuUc VV. Ingalls, Noah Paip«, Williar^ ^. Alvord, 
LuUier Wiicatley, Ep.oc'j Slade, Homer Hatch, Na- 
thaniel Vv iieatiey, Aris'i Burnham. 

Chelsea. UrbanG Lathrop, Jcsiah Dana, John W. 
Smith, Dsvid Goodwin, Lemuel Bacon, Wyman! 
Spooner, Elisba Williams, jr. Calvin Clark, An.os S.' 
Hatch, Wilder Dearoorn, 'Harry VV. Hatch, Harry .| 
Halp. Jason Steele . _ . ii 



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, Cor'mth. Stephen Efilon, Ephraim Ward, Richard! 
iSmith, Ezokiel True, John W. Robie, Amos C. Ten- 
ney, Daniel Woods, Samue] Ilaseltine, Josh. Merrill," 
•Gouldsbun Taplin, Nathan Blake, Henry Dearborn, 
Jerenfilnh Knight, Wm. Spencer,- Joseph Fellows, jr. 
i Fairlee. Calvin Cobiirn, Phineas Bailey, James 
iVIftrrison, Alexander H. Gilmore, Moullcn Morey, 
|Samupl Bliss, Samuel 5. Morey, Thomas Stratton, 
'Stephen Jt-nklns, Asa Woodward, jr. 
I J^^ewbury. Simeon Stevens, jr. Charles Hale, Isaac 
jBayley, Joseph Berry, Abner Bayley, John E. Cham-!| 
iDorlin, Stephen Powers, jr. Levi Carter, Moody Grow, 
Jonas Tucker, James Abbott, Jonas Clark, Jds. Bay- 
|!ey, 2d. Peter Barbank, John P. Audrus.' 
j Orange. Luther Carpenter, Moses Sargeant, Jon-j 
|ithan Empry, Reuben White, George Petrie, Ezekiel] 
Currier, Luther S. Burnhara, David Harris, Chriato- 
ipher Richardson. 

f Randolph. Calvin Blodget, B?nj. Bugbee, John 
iGlidaeir, Enoch Mebard, Joshua Martin, Benj. Gris- 
■vvold, Sylvan-uS EloCget, Belcher Sulisbury, William' 
'3. Chandler, Lazorus Rifiord, Martin Flint, Abnerl 
■Waldo. I 

Strafford, Stepncn Morrill, Fred. Smith, Leonard; 
Walkor, J H. Harris, Nathan Ycur.g, David Mnrn*!!, 
Pliny Day, John Burnham John S. M'Mastor, Martin' 
Barrett, Royal /fatch, Thomas //azeltine, Lymanj 
Benson. j 

Thetford. William Heaton, T. P. Bartholomcv,'-,! 
.Saniv.ol Daniels, Juhn Hall, Joim C. Hommond, Pres-j 
:bury West, jr. David Bruce, Stephen Eastman, Sime-1 
'on Short, V/iiiiam Thayer. 

Topskcim,. Samuel Butterfield, David Corlis, Moses! 
A. Dustin. Levi Tabor, James Petrie, Edm. George,! 
Jolin K. Dustin-, Samuel Batchclder, P. IT. Baker,! 
'Aaron Sanborn, George D. Stearns, Jesse Putnam,' 
: Moses ff^'alluce. 

Tunbridge. Cyrus Chapman, Elijah Dickermanj 
Ebenezer iiackeli, Samuel Austin. 

Vershire. Simeon Bacon, Asa Smith, jr. T.homas 



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f.Keyes, Pliny Dwight, Georg^e W. Maliby, William 

^Prior, William Boardman, Rufus Bianchard. 

Washington Asa Burton, Thomas Pope, Jacobl 

•B]iEe, Simeon French, -Henry C Weeden. ^ j 

I West-Fairlee. Eiisha Thayer, William Niles, Ja-i 

;bc2 Lamphire, Asa Baldwio, Eljsha Wild, David Rob-j 

{inson,jr. William L. Ciiurckill, Darius Child, PhiHeas} 

fKimball. 

I Williamstown. Aaron S. Martin. Joel Bass, Jnmf^p 

Lyndc, Arial Crane, Natliauiel Gibson, George Pool.j 

John Poor, Jonathan Lewie. 

• Chittenden County. 

John Van Sicklin, > /> • i , t r- 
m nr > Jlssulanl Justices. 

Thomas ^Chxtte?<i>en, \ 

George A. Allen, Sheriff. 

Ezbon Sanfcrd, High Bailiff. 

Albert G. Whitiemore, Siaie*' Aitorney. 

Wm. P. Briggg, Judge of P inhale for the District o/" 

Chittenden. \ 

George P. Marsh, J.P.Richardson, -Charles Haynes.j 

\Jccil Commissioners. j 

' Eiisha Barstovv, Hop Injector. 

Justices of the Peace. | 

^ Bcrllon, John Pineo, Saml. B. Kennedy, A. Slock-j 
^^•ell, Moses L. Colton, ' 

Burlington. George Robinson. David Russell, I- 
T. Hyde,'Heman Allen, Nalhan B. Hasvvell, John N 
iPomeroy, Isaac Warner, Charles Russell, George P.j 
Marsh, John Johnson, Luman Foot, Lyman Cumminge.' 
John Barstow, Ebenezer Brown, Thomas Hockley, 
Frederick G. Hill, Samuel K. Isham, Eiisha Barstow, 
Wm. A. Griswold, Amos BJodgett, Aivan-Foote. 

Charlotte^ Joseph D. Farnsworth, Nathaniel New- 
ell, Aaron L. Beach, David Cook, Wm. Sherman, J. 
Strong, Wm. Noble, Luther Stone, "Jeremiah Barton, | 
Benjamin Simons, Solomon Pease, Jonathan Brccken 
ridge, Myron Powell. 

Colchester. Jabez Pennimnn, Daniel P. Adams.j 
Peter Newcomb, Ebenez^r M. Farrington, Joseph- 
Rhodes, Wm. B. Munson, Mil'on D. Wick wire. 

Es^ex. H«T>rv Blies. John Hurlburt, Reubpn B'?r-|j 



rett, George Whitney, Samuel Page, James H. Dela- 
no, x\masa Bryant. . , t u ht rm -i 

Hinesburgh. Erastus Bostwick, John M. E!dridge,.| 
Mitchell Kfnsdale, Amos Cl&rk, Nahum Peck, DanieJi 
'Scofield Stephen Eyington, Erastus Meach, Nathaniel 
i>fl>ies, John Wheelock. 

! Huntington. James Anr^bler, jr. , Jeremiah Reming- 
'ton, John Judson, Nathaniel Norton, Lumaa E. Love- 
iiand, Alexander Ferguson, Lyman Hall. 
' Jericho. Oliver Lowry, Arthur Bostwick, Thomas 
Roed, Lyman Field, Peter L. Allen, Edward F. Hutch- 
'ms, Truman Rarney, Wm. P. Richardson, Lyman 
Reed, Lemuel Blackman, VVra. A. Prentiss. 
' J\lan.ifield. Nathaniel Butts, Benjamm Holmes, 
Aiiron Hall, Brndbury Davis, Samuel Harris, -George 

Town. . T»L 1 . 

. J\Iilton. Gideon Hoxie, Ephraim Herricl?, Phelps 
'Smith, Jacob Davis, Albert G.*\Vhitleraore, Warren 
Hoxie, Boyd H. Wilson, Emerald Mason, Ithream Ab- 
bott, Ira Witters, Alfred Ladd, John Hyde, Edmund 
Wellington, jr. - , -n 

Richmond. B-^-noni Thompson, Amoa-B. Bishop, E. 
B. Green, Nathan Fay, jr., Arteraas Ffagg, Edward 
Jones, Eli Bronson. 

Shelburne. Levi Comstock, iSamael Blinn, Asahel 
Nash, Nathl. Gaffe. Elihu Russell, Lavater S. White, 
Samuel Minrr, Garrad Barrett, George Perkins, El- 
hanan W. Spear, Lyman Thayer. 

St. George. Reuben Lock\^>f^, Sherman Beach, 
Amasa Isham, Nathaniel Sutrtih, Horace Ferris, Lew- 
'is Hin-bec. 

Underhill Wm. Barney, Peter Martin, Augustus 
Smith, Isaac J- Bourn, John H. Tower. !| 

IVestford. D.\nforth Wales, Thomas Hayncs, Alva 
Barron, Jacob Macumber, Isiac Chase, Wra. Wood, 
John Allen. I 

JFttlistm. gulomon Miller, Nathan Allen, David^ 
A. Murray, John Brown, jr. Chauncey Brownell, Da-; 
vid Isham, Truman Chittenden, Brigham C. Wright,| 
Alexander Lee, Ezbon Sanford, George B. Manser,! 



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Smith Benham, Lemuel P. Ferris, Herai Stevens, Da-i 

vid French, John Bates. 

Washington County. 

Dan Carpenter, } a ■ ,„ * t...h... ; 

Xrr KT > *^snstant Justices. 

JryL' Martin, 5 I 

Milton Brown, Sheriff'. . \ 

Wm. Billings, Hrgh Bailiff. \ 

Azel Spalding", Staters Attorney. 

Joseph Reed, Judge of Probate Jor Ihe District of 

Washington. 

John Spalding-, Inspector of Hops. 

Cyrus Ware, Joseph Howes, Geo. Worthington, 
Jail Commiisioners. » 

Justices of the Peace. 

Barre. John Thwing, Joseph Ripley, Stephen Free- 
man, Joseph Thompson, Winthrop T. Jack man, Law-i 
son ilarriogton, Peter Johonnett, jr. Chapin Keith, 
Warren Eiiis. 

Berlin. Abel Knapp, Ebenezer Bailey, Ezekiel; 
Smith, Ruel Covin, Osman Dewey, Sheffield Hay ward, 
'jr. Nahum Rice, Samue] Jones, Joe! Warren, Jona- 
than P. Mi)ler,^Edmund Langdon, Jabez Eiiis. 

Calais. Grdeon Hicks, NathaniuJ Eaion, Lovel! 
KeltOR, Caleb Curliss, Lemuel Perry, Shubael Wi:e-'-.; 
ler, Medad Wright, Oliver Mower. j 

D'uxhury. Nathan Huntley^ Ira Arms. ! 

Elmore. Martin-Elmore, Jonathan Bridge, Nehe-I 
miah French. ! 

Payston. Peter Drew, Thcophilus Bixby, Merrillj 
Tyler, Marquis Carpenter, Orin ¥/heeler, Eii Bruce,; 
John Montgomery, Ashbel Griffith. j 

Moretuicn. Cephas Carpenter, Rufus Clapp, Eb- 
enezer Johnson, Ira Clark, Calvin Fairer, Leicester 
Kmgsley. 

jilarshjield, Stephen Pitkin, Jacob Putnam, Jere- 
miah Carlton, George Rich, Horace Hollister, Averj 
Qilman, A&ion Bullock, Dyer Downing. 

Middlesex. Wm. X. Holden, Nathaniel Carpenter. 
Daniel Houghton, David Harrington, Horace Holden, 
Lucius Houghton, Danforth W. Stiles. 

J^Iontpelier. Joseph Wing, Cyrus Ware, Naum} 



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JKhUou, Nathaniel C King, Josiah Wing, Nathan 
ijci\-ett, John Spalding. Daniel P. Thompsr.i, Silas U 
iFrench, Alfred VVainwright, Darius Boyden,Jo3!ah 
jParker, Timothy HubbarJ, Roya! Wheeler, Samuel! 
Parker, Thomas Needham, Joel Bacsett, John Uray,, 
r2d Georcre Worihington, Smith Sherman, Joseph] 
!Re-d, Araunah Waterman, ElishaP. Jevvett, Luthetj 
Cross, Wm. W. Cadwell, George Clark. | 

JsZjrthJield. Nathaniel Jones, Jesse Averill, John 
. L. Buck, Nathaniel Richardson, Elijah Smith, jr. D. 
■D. Robinson. Henry Ainsworth, John West. ^ 
! Plabifleld, Banj.mm Whipple, DurenWhitUesey,^ 
ilsrael Goodwin, Jabez L. Carpenter, Elijah Perry, 
iJanies Palmer. ' 

! Roxhury. Jonathan F. Ru-g-les, Nathan Morse,| 
iCharles Sainoson, Siiuuei hL Grcutt, James ^urn-: 

aam, H^nry Siuiih. rr,. t> t^ 1 

Slowe. Nathan Robinson, .jr. Thomas B. Downor.i 

Daniel Moody, Orion W. Bailer, Philip S^nith, Abnsri; 

Fuller, PhHo G. Camp, -LGmuel Thomas, Peter Uj 

LovHoy, Asa Ravmotid, A^ahcl Raymond. i 

IFailsJield. Ja^on Carpenter, John Campbell, Mat-j 

thias S. Jones, Jeniiison Jones, Roderdick.Richardson.N 

Lewis Holden. . | 

Warren. David Ralph, Banjamm Buck, TriUiam: 

Bragg, jr. ^fiiiiaHi Cardell, Joseph A. Hyzer, John: 

Grisvvold. , t t i^ i 

TFafcrbury. Solomon Newcomb, Leslie Gregg,} 
Paul Dillirxrham, jr. James Smailey, David G. Shep-j 
jlev, Ezra P" Butler, Uriah Thompson. i 

^TForceder. Amos Rice, Allen .Vail, aphir.LeQnard,j 
Eli Stone, Joseph Latl^rop. 

Caledonia County. 

Samuel SiAS, I Assistant Justice. 

Jacob Br.AKCHARD ^ 

Charles E.oberls, Skerif. 
Robert Harvey, High BaiUff. 
Charles Da^is, Stutes\ Attorney, 
iBenjamin F. Demming, J ud^e of Probate for (he Vis 
' trict of Caledonia' 



102 



Benj- F. Denuiniig, Augustine Clark, Salma Davis^ 
\jail Commissioners. 

Justices of the Peace. 
Banxei. Walter Harvey, Silas Harvey, Levi P. 
{Parks, James Gilchrist, William Shearer, Wm. War- 
jatn, Hugh Somers, 2a. Mordecai Hale, Samuel A. 
Chandler, William Lackin. 

Burk. Rufus Newell, Anson M. Eggleston, Rufus 
iGodding, Matthew Cushing, Seth Clark, jr. Elarfi 
iVVhite. 

Danville. Benj. F. Deming, Aaron Porter, Abner 
Harris, James M. Morrili, Anios Clement, Salma Da- 
vis, Joljn A. Staunlon, Oliver Morse, Charles Davis.l 
Asa Sargeaiit, Archelaus Sias, George W. Drew.} 
iJoshua Roberts, David T. Batcheldei, Stephen Dole,; 
sAugustine Clark. i 

;; Cabot. Thomas Osgood, Joseph Fisher, John W.j 
iDana, Trustam C. Hoit, Leonard Orcult, Anthony; 
jPerry, John Damon, Ebenezcr Smith, Elihu Coburn,t 
iRobert Lance, jr. William Pisher, Daniel Smith, Oli | 
prDutton. 

Groton. Reuben Whitcber, John Darling, jr. John; 
^Heath, Thomas-Wasson, Medad Darling.' i 

Goshen Gore. Albert R. Smith, Joel Shirllilf. i 
Hardwick. Einathan Strong, Barnabas Doty, Orrej 
Crosby, Daniel French, Ira Atkins, Luke Goes, JacobI 
Paine, Silas Underwood, JonathnnFoster, Enoch' 
iBayley, Laac Pennock, jr. Timothy P. Fuller, Joseph 
iPatch. 

Kirhy. James Church, Merrit Newhall, Timoth) 
Locke, Josiah'Joslyn. 

Lyndon. Isaiah Fisk, Alpheue Fletcher, Ephraia^ij 
tChamberlin, George C. Cahoon, Benjamin VValker.i 
jSamuel W. Winsor, Philip Goss, 5iephen M'Gaffey. 
I J^Tewark. Philemon Hartwell, Eleazer Packer 
jNathaniel C. Kibbey, Miles Coe, John Sleeper, Al 
oheus Stoddard. 

Peacham. George W. Clark, John W. Chandler 
jEragtus Kellogg, ^'ehem^ah Bradlee, Josiah Shedd.i 
vEzra C. Chamberlin, Jona. Elkina, James BuswelL 
i Ryegate. Nathaniel Knight, Jabez l&igelow, John 



r»»^g«ei lJ » llli.l jJ1. i^ 

103 



NjE-Udoii, VVm. Gray, Archibald Park, Abrahucn Page, 
Ebenes3r Morrill, Roberl VVhiteJaw. 

Sheffield. Moses Davis, Hezel;iah Bickford, Majs 
■ in M. Milfs, Reuben Miles, James Tovvnsend. 

St: Johnsbury. Luther Ciark, Josjah Gage, Wm 
P. Stoughton, Jerr^ Dickerinan, Morrill Stevens. 
Philip Smith, Abel M. Rice, Daniel M'Gregor, David 
Gf)ss,jr. 

Sutton. Wm. Brock way, Wells Way, Thaddeue 
Curtis, Thomas True, Bradbury Richardson, Williarti 
Thompson, Nehemiah Shaw, Michael Rice, Davie 
Stoddard, J. C. Morrill, Jacob Blake, Gihnan Gale. 

Walden. Adam Amsden, Nathanitl Perkins, jr. 
Leonard Farrinirton, Jarjios Be-ll, Hanson Rogers. 
Merrill Foster, Daniel Wooster, Geo. C. Wheeler. • 

Waterford. Sylvanus Hommingvvay, Chas. Adams. 
Arad Freeman, Zenas Wood, Luther Knight, Jona 
iihan D. Stoddard, Robert Tag^jard. 

Wheelock. Abner Morrill, Jonathan Taylor, Israe. 
'Porter, Dudley Clark, Josiah Lane, Samuel Bigelow 
Benjamin Connor. 

W(Jbdhury. Joel Cilley. Benjamin Fowler, David 

ifernck, Stephen Chapman, Ebent zer Bruce. 

Franklin County. 

Geouge Gr.EE.N, > ^ . , .J ,. 
i^^^^r, o )■ 'Assistant Jusliceg. 

JOSEPH Smith, i •^ 

Timothy Foster, Sheriff. 
Seymour Eggleston, High Bailiff. 
John Smith, State's Attorney. 
Stephen S. Brown, Judge of Probate/or tlie District 
of Franklin. 
James Davis, Joseph H. Brainard, L. T. Hoyt, Jaii 
Vommissioners. 

Justices of the Peace. 
BaJcersJield. Silas B. Hazeltine, Comfort Barnes, 
Calvin Ewings, Benjamin Ball, Ira Fay, Oliver Stone, 
Jesse Dunham. 

Belvidere. Daniel Melvin, Moses Phelps, Mood) 
Shattuck, Alva Chaffee, Josiah W. Potter. 

Berkshire. Wm. C. Ellsworth, James C. Stone, 
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104 ■ 

•Elias Bibock, Mitche! C. Stone, Paschai P. Lovensy 
John M. Wood worth. ; 

i Cambridge. James B. Gilmnre, Lewis Parker, C.^ 
Buker, Ji)iin Wires, Phineas Sfearns, Salmon Green,' 
Lyman V/eils, Isaiic Grisvold, Goorsje W. Reed, Ot'l 
Saffjrd, Robert Wallace, Beriah Curtis, Thaddeus^ 
Murdock. i 

Enosburgh, Horoce Eaton, William Barber, Aus-[ 
tin Fullor, Charles Stevens, Jos'jph Waller, Thom- 
as M. Pollard, Samuel Kendall. : 
Fairfield. Waiter Robie, Joseph Soule," John Leach.; 
lAaron Burr, Benjamin Fairbanks, Harmon Northrop,; 
Salmon Hsll, Joab Smith, Ira Foot, B^njjimin Nye, 
• Micah Ho3't, Asahel Farnsworth. ; 
Fairfax. Joseph Parm'elee, Karry C. Saffurdv; 
Lynnan Hawley, Aaron «S. Bseman, Benjamin Richard 
son, Isaac N. Souie, Lucas K. Beemauj X/omer E. 
iHubbell, Joseph jFfunt. 
• I Fletcher. Jonathan Bailoy, Joseph Ellsworth, Jo 
^ph Robinson, Jolin Kin^sley jr. Ephraim Whe«-ler. 
! Franklin. William Fekon, Enos Pearson, Henry 
Bowman, John C. Culcord, -Elisha Bascomb, ^eri 
Cushman, Philip S. Gates. 

■; Qeorgia. Elijah Baker, Jfiram H. .H'ale, Medad 
Baker, QuintusC Colton, Solomon Biissjr. 
i IlighgcJe. Conrad Sax, Edward C. iiaskins, 7Fm. 
iSkeels, Charles H. J'ennisor)) xToseph B. Cutler, Jqs- 
38 Cutler, J^oliM Barr, Luther K. Drury, J^ohn Niles,; 
jLuthcr Meigs, Jesse Carpenter, Samuel Gates. 
j Johnson. -Panic! Dodge, .t/ohn ^j'mos, //arry, 
;Gloyd. /TFiliiam B oyes, t/oseph Jf'iJterman, t/oseph caJh-: 
jdrus, ErastusD. -ffubboli, Thomas FFalerman. - 
I JSIonigomery. Eli W. Bush, Richard .Saiilh, jr. Lo-i 
renzo Faseett. ! 

Richford. J'onathan Carpenter,' Samuel J/eath.' 
Caleb Royce, t/esse rFnodrufF. i 

WatermlU. »/esse C. JJolmee, Lutiier Poland, Mo- 
ses Fisk. ; 
Sterling. J'onathan Merrill, -Moseg Vilas, Asaph- 
[ jKenfield. j 



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■ iiJ-.-L ' "■ " " '""T-— ' L1-. I ' .■■-L_ i _!-U " "' "J ■■'.'- '■?!! 

105 

Sheldon. Oliver A. Keith, Daniel Smith, Dexter 
Gilbert, Isaac Tracy, Andrew Durkee, Jonas Brown 
Eleazer S. Draper. 

SI. Albans. Bates Turner, Abijah Stone, William 
\h. Wslkins, Oman Fuller, Stephen. J. Bro'wn, Ste- 
phen Lawrence, jr. Jamc£ Davis, Benjamin H. Small- 
'3y, David Reed, Luther B. ilunt, Horace Janes, 
Daniel Sanborn, Ralph Lassel, Isaac Randall, Joseph 
Weeks, Samuel Maynard, John Smith, John Gates 
jr. i/eman Hoyt, Wm. Bridges. 

SwarAon. Jarib Jackson J'ercmiah Sandborn, Eli- 
sha Barney. Nathaniel Cleaves, Asa Wilson, jr. Ezra 
Bowen, Warren Robinson, William Farrar, Alfred 
Forbes, Richard F. Fletcher, Julius H. Rice, Jona- 
than Wait. 

Orleans County. 
David M. Camp, ) ^,,,.,;^„^ ^^^,^.,,,, 
Jasper Robinson, ^ . 

Thomas Jameson, Sheriff'. 
John i/ardinjr, High Bailiff. 
Isaac F. Redfield, State's Altorney. 
John KimbD.ll, Judge of Probate for the District of 
Orleans. 
Joseph W\^g\ns> John Kellura, Eleazor J/oward- 
Jail Commissioners. 

Robert Campbell, Inspector of Hops. 
Justices of the Peace. 
.Albany. John Skinner, John Farnum, Williain 
Ro\velI,Dyer Biil, John N. if ight. Rufus B. Hovey. 
Gii Chamberlain, jr. Samuel C. Alieu, 

Barton. John Kimball, Asa Kimball, Richard New- 
■on, E. B. SymonJs, Harry Baxter, J. K. Kiiuball. 

Broicnington. Elijah Strong, Amherst Stewart, Gil- 
bert Gross. George C. West. 

Char'eslon. Eiisha Bmgham, Royal Gage, Cbnun- 
cey Fuller, Winthrap Cole, Hilton Brackett, Tyle:' 
iBingham, Silas Gaskill, Lewis Q. Bates. 
1 Coventry. Argalus Harmon,' Elijah Cleveland, Eb 
joriezer M. Gray, Peleg Redfiold, David Huggins, Po- 
rrez Gardner, Jos. Hazeltine, Philip Flanders, Charles 
.•! Story, Ebenezer Clements, Thomas Baldwin. 



106 



CrafLsbwy. Joseph Scotu Royal Gorbin, VViilisni' 
Scott, Isaac Hovey, Alvab K. French, James A. Pad- 
jdock, Nathan S. Hrll, Asa Hoyt, Oliver Allen. ' 

I Derby. John Stewart, Isaac Severance, Jame&, 
jWav, Jacob Chase,' Charles Kinjjshy, Portus Bax-i 
ter, Tiinothv Hinman, Benjamin Hinmati. 

Eden. Eii Hinds, jr. John Brown, WalterWhee-' 
jlock, Robert Jameson Charles Wiiittemore, C. FiskeJ 
Gl\yvcr. John Boardman, Joseph Owen, Tliomasi 
Baker, Seth T.Shaw, John McChiUen, Cha's. Hardy.,: 
Greentboro' Stepl)en Sherman, Willard Lincoln,: 
Reuben Storrs, John M* -Scott, Samuel Hill, Ezekielii 
Rand. • ji 

'j Holland. Truman Fairchild, Joshua French, Jo-: 
iseph Fletcher, Nathan Hall, Jason Hinman, Micah' 
Ferrin. • " i 

, Hydepark. Abner Flanders, Levi E:T.orton, Fred-l 
jerick Keeler, Joseph W. Safiord, John C. Page, Mar-; • 
'vin Glaziyr, David M'Ciure, Jonathan Bean. | 

, Ira^burgh. John Kellum, Jesse Cooper, jr. Moody! 
llB. Kimball, Joseph Kidder, Joseph Chapman, Samuei 
*;Chamberlain, B^la T. Jones, Joseph Wijjgins, Jere 
jmiah Morrill. 

Jay. <3r.^orge Flint, Madisoa Keith, Ebonezer San-| 
born, Eli Hunt. 

Lowell. Otis Leland, Silas I^amb, John Harding, 
Sylvanus Sariel. 

<Morristown, L'lther Bingham, Abial Eaton. Sarn- 

lel Cook, Joseph Sears, Jedediah SufFord. Isaac Alien,! 

_ Gforge Small, John Ferrin, George W. Gates, Calvinj 

^Burnit. Benoroi Shaw, Ti-uraan Tenny, Nelson Slo-: 

cum. ; 

■ Jilorgan. Jotham Cumraings, tra Leavens, Win.] 

;Coiby, I 

J jYewport. Orville Diggett, Seymour Lane, Paler.; 

JVVheelock, Ada B. Moore, Tyler Mason, Jonathan^ 

:,. Frost. . ■ \ 

J Salem. Moses Pike, Josiah Lyon, John Wilson,? 

*Noyes Hopkinson, Nathaniel Cobb. *; 

: Troy. Uriel C. Hatch, Samuel Sumner, Ilenryli 

;^'Cor«v, Snmupl West, Ezra Johnson, David H. Bard* 



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107 ^ 

jSamuel H. Hovey, Jonas Craigue, Horace Paddocl?, 

Raymond Hj».le, Reuben VVashbuTn. 

Wesijiel(k Jairus StebbinF, Jeve Hodgkins, Jamegj 

Brovvn, Thomas Hitchcock, Guy Stoughton. j 

Westmore. Samuel Wilson. 1 

Wolcott. Nati)Qniel Jonrs, Gilbert Noyrp, Jona-j 

than. Smith, John Parker, Guy Hopkinson, Ebenez^r' 

ilLadd. 
Essex County. 
Jesse Cooper, > Jissislant Justices. 
R. W. Free?.ian, S 

Azariah Webb, jr. Sherjjf. 
Ous Wallace, High Bailiff. 
J :im(}s Blee]y Slate's Altornci;. ' ♦. 

William Gates, Judge of Probate for the District of" 

Essex. 

[•Joseph Gleasan, John j)f;dge. Royal Gutter, Jail Com-y 
mis'sioners. 

Justices of the Peace. 
■ Canaan. John W\ Bicknel!, Arcliolaus Cummin^s, 
'Jnhn L. Weeks, Gilbert.L. Frizzle,- Oliver Inj/ham, jr. 
Concord. John S. Julinson, Filijj^h Hiii, Preston 
, Thayer, iJarvcy G. Fry, Nathan J. Graves. * 

Bloomjield. James L. Brown, Aden BarUett; He- 
ber Walling, John M. French, f^plden Burbank. 

Brunsicick. Haines SchofF, Wm. Marshall, Isaac 

Richardson. I 

East-Haven. John R''alter, jr. . [ 

Granhy. Gershom Carpenter, Majrtin Joslin, Thad-j 

dens Meicalf. 

GuildhalL David Dennison, John Dodge, Timothyj 
JFairchild, Seth Cushmau, J^ohn S. Wells, Jas. Steele,} 
jSanauel Curtis, Asel B. Howe, Horace Hubbard, Dan 
iel Howe, John Dewey. 

Lemington. Cummings Boffington, Lewis Smer-. 

idge, Aea Farkhnrsl, Daniel ./udd. Mills De Forre.sl. 

^ Luncnburgh. Stephen Howe, jr. John Chandler 

\JVm. Gateg, Wm. Hay ward, jr. Mitchel Silsby, Si. 

mon Howe, jr. Charles Aiopr. 

Maidstone. Daniel Rich, Joseph Merrill, Williarr;' 



108 ! 

''Rich, Simon Smith, jr. TJioina« Burnbide, Jonn C- 
Walker, George W. Byram. 
Random. Freeland Roeebrook, John Bishop. 
Victory. Asa Wells. 
JVcnlock- Jeremiab Jordan. 

Grand Isle. County. 
John M. Sowles, ) ^^^^.^^ ^.^^^.^^^^ 
Samuel Adams, ^ 

Franklin Robinson, Sheriff". 
Nathaniel Holbrook, Hi^h Bailiff, 
j Giles /farrington, State's Attorney, 

Joel Allen, Judge of Probate for the District of 
j Orand Isle. • 

Joel*Allen' Elihu P^rks, Augustus .Knights Jail 
Commissioners. 

John Reynolds, Inspector of Hops. 
' Justices of the Peace. 
Alhv.rgh. Ichabod iMiies, Joseph Sowle, Charles 
II. Periffo, Thomas Mott, George Dilenback. Wm. L. 
Sovvles, .James Danley, Angusius P. Loop. 

Grand-Isle. Melvin Baraes, Lewis Ladd> otephen 
Peayi, Jonathan JEfyde, Ssmyel B. Gordon, Frederick 
Delano, Solon Tobirts", Daniel Jackson, John Reynolds. 
i?2e Lav.ioit. Hairy H\\\ H^irvy Scott, Aaron De- 
nio, Daniel TFaW, S'lv.eon R. Scott, Nathaniel Ho\- 
jbrook,jr. Charles Carran jr. 

J^orth Hero.' John Knight, jr. Uriah Jfagar, Jed 
'^diah P. Ladd, Arad Alien, Philip Cook, Augustus 
Knight. 

South Hero. TFallis Mott, Calvin Fletcher, AnaoT' 
Lnndon Asa Phelps, Lorenzo i/all, Benjamio Adamsj 
Burd Lindon. 



liEGISLiMfVE APPOINT31ENTS 

SURVEYOR GENERAL, 

John Johnson, Burlington. 

eUPERINTENDEr-i'T OF -THE STATE PRISON, 

Joim TI. Cotton, Windsor. 

TO PREACH THE I^EXT ELECTION SERMON, 

Rev. To5ias Spicer, Salisbury. 
I STJESTiTUTE, Rcv. Petci C- Oakley, J\Jiddlebury. 



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DIRECTORS OF THE VT. BTATK BANK, 

Benjamin Swon, Woodstock^ 
John Phelps, Guilford, 
Augustus Young, Crqftsbury. 
BANK ixNSPECTOR. — Azel Spalding, Montpelier. 

COMMISSIONERS OF THE DEAP AND 1»UMB. 

John Smith, St. Albans, 
Wyliys Lyman, Hartford, 
Charles Lindslcy, Middlebunj. 

COMMISSIONERS OF COMMON SCHOO-T-S,. 

Benjfirr.in F. Beming, Danville^ 
Jacob Collamer, Royalton^ 
Srimuei C. Loveland, Readings 
Wil'iiam Paiie, Rutland, 
Zadock Thompson, Burliiigton. 

AGENT TO SETTLE THE CD?CCERN3 OF 111Z VERMOWT 
STATE BANK, 

George T. Hodges, Rutland. 

BANK COMMISSI ONER, 

Harry Hale, Chelsea. 



VKRMONT BIBLE SOCIETY. 

1 Omcers for 1832-3. 

Hon. CHARLES MARSH, Woodstock, President 

William A. Perkins, 



Leonard Worcester, 
Leland Howard, 
Samuel SA'ift, 
J. D. Farnsworth, 
Directors, 



Benjamin Swift, ) Vice 
Phmeas White, \ Pres'ts. 
Joseph Thatcher, Sec'y. 
Ijedufhun Loomis, Treas. 
jJosoph Howes, Auditor. 
Robert Picrpoint, 
JGeorge Worthington, 

Life members, 104. Annual members, 400. Re- 
iceipts into the Treasury for the last year, g2,033 06. 
JExpended, for bibles, &c. gl, 289 39 ; leaving in the 
JTreasury ^743 67. Receipts since the formation of the 
jsocielv, #25,799 26. Purchased and distributed by the 
[society, 17,280 Biblca, 4,253 Teelaments. The soci- 
joty was. organized in 1812. Meets at Montpelier, on 
bird Wednesday in October, annually, 2 o'clock P.M. 



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VERMONT TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. 

Officers for 1S32-3. 

How. SAMUCL PRENTISS, Moatpclier, President. 



Noadiah Swilt, 
Hosea Beckley, 
Robert Pierpoiot, 
Charles Marsh, 
Horatio Seymour, 
Naphtali Shaw, 2d. 
E. P. Walton, 



Heman Allen, 
Willard Child, 
jJohn K. Converse, 
[John Richards, 
jPhineas White, 
llsrael P. Dana, 
jSamuel Hopkins, 
ISamuel Clark, 
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George B. Chandler, 
Heman Allen, 
John Smith, 
Harry Hill, 
Thos. Jameson, 
John Dewey, 
Vice Presidents. 

I Rev. John Richards, Windsor, Secrttarg. 

\ Doct. James Spalding, Montpelier, Treasurer. 

I Annual meeting at Montpelier, on the Tuesday eve- 

tning next preceding the third Wednesday in October, 

1 VT. COLONIZATION SOCIETY. 

Officers for 1832-3. 

Hon. ELIJAH PAINE, Williamstown, President. 

Horatio Seymour, Samuel Prentiss, Vice PresVs. 



Thomas Emerson, 
James Bell, 
Wyllys Lyman, 
Calvin Yale, 

Managen. 
Daniel Baldwin, Treat. 
Joseph Howes, Auditor. 
Chester Wright, Secy. 



Samuel Prentiss and Heman Allen, Delegates to the 
'\Anierican Col. Society, 

It was voted by the managers at the last annual! 
Imeeting, That the President be requested to issue an-j 
tnually, a circular containing a concise statement ofj 
facts'on Colonization, as early as the first of May, in ; 
viting the Clergy of all denominations in the Stare, to| 
preach op the objects of the Colonization Society, and 
lake up a collection in aid of its funds, on some Sab- 
jbath near the 4th of July. 

Receipts into the Treasury the past year, ^1,451 63.| 
Life members, by the payment of gly 00, 12;. annualj 
jmerabers, by the payment of ^l each, about 200,i 



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Contributions, the last year, were received from 128j 
'rtiffcrent religious societies and from individuals. } 

Annual Meeting at Montpelieron the third Thura-f 
tday of October, at 6 o'clock, P. M. i 

iVT. D03IESTIC MISSIONARY SOCIETYJ 

Officers for 1832-3. | 

Ho.x. SAMUEL SWIFT, Middlebury, PrasiderU. ' 



William A. Griswold, 
Phineas White, 
Benjamin Swift, 
William Pag^, 

Vice Presidents. 
Ira Ingraham, Carres. Sec. 
D. O. Morton, Rec. Sec. 
[ra Button, Treas. 
Thomas A. Morrill, 
Ephraim H- Newton, 
John Wheeler, 

Receipts into the Treasury tne last year, ^2,703 55 
— expenditures, ^1,787 99. Balance in the Treasu- 
ry, 915 56. The society has 36 auxiliaries indifferent 
towns in the Sta*e, and has assisted 30 different 
jchurches and congregations in the support of rainis-j 
jf-ers of the gospel or with the labors of Missionariesl 
iihe last year. Last annual meeting at Middlebury,! 
Sept. 13, 1832. j 



Austin Hazen, 
Lucius L, Tilden, 
Charles Walker, 
Silas McKeen, 
Ira Ingraham, 
Daniel O. Morton, 
Willard Child, j 

B. Davenport, ' 

Directors. 
Josiali W. Hale, Auditor. 



THi: UNION. 

Maine. Samuel E. Smith, Governor, elected by{ 
the people, term one year, salary 1,500 ; no. of Sena ■ 
i-ors 25, term one year ; Representatives 186, term onej 
year, total senators and representatives 211, pay per, 
day, ^"2 Electors of President by general ticket ; seat? 
of government at Augusta ; election 2d Monday ir', 
Sept. meeting Legislature, Ist Wednesday in Jan. i 

Newhampshire, Samuel Qinsmoor, Governor, by{ 
Ithe people, term one year, salary gl,200 ; no. of Sena-j 
tore 12, term one year ; Representatives 230, t^rra onej 
year, total senators and representatives 242, pay perl 
day ^200 ; Electors of Presid ent, by general ticke t ;j 



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seat of government at Concord ; election 2d Tuesday 
in March; meeiing Legislature 1st Wednes. in June. 

Vermont. Wm. A. Palmer, Governor,[by the Gen 
era] Assembly, the people havingr failed to make s 
choice] terra one year, salery ^750 ; Councillors 12 
term one year; Representatives 220 to 30, term on* 
year ; total councillors and representatives 232 to 42, 
pay per day ^150 ; Electors of President, by genera 
licket ; seat of government at Montpelier ; electiorj 
l6t Tuesday in Sept. ; meeting Legislature 2d Thurs-j 
day in October. 

Massachusetts. Levi Lincoln, Gcvernor, electee 
by the people, term one year, salary g3,666 2-3 ; Sen 
Htors 40, term one year; Representatives 479, varia- 
ble ; total senators and representatives 519, pay pej 
day ^200 ; Electors of President, by general licket :j 
seat of governineni at Boston ; election 2d Monday in! 
November; meeting Legislarure, lat Wednesday inj 
January. i 

RnoDEisLA>'D. Samuel H. Arnold, Governor, ei-i 
ected by the people [unsuccessful attempts were madel 
m April and in Aug. 1832 to elect a governor] termj 
one year, salary ^400 ; Senators 10, term one year ; 
Representatives 72, term 6 mo. total senators and rep- 
resentatives 82, pay per day ^1,50 ; Electors of Presi- 
dent by general ticket ; seat of government at Provi- 
dence, Newport, ^-c. ; elections, governor and sena-i 
tors in April, representatives in April and August ;i 
neeting Legislature 1st Wednesday in May and June.! 
last Wednesday Oct. and in January. ' ' 

CoKNECTicuT. John S. Peters, Governor, electedj 
by the people, term one year, salary gl.lOO ; Sena j 
tors 21, term one year ; Representatives 208, term one 
year ; total senators and representatives 229, pay perj 
[day senators g2,00, representatives gl 50 ; Electors ofi 
President by general ticket; seat of government a»| 
Hartford and New Haven ; election 1st Monday in! 
April ; meeting Legislature, Ist Wednesday in May. 

New York. Wm* L. Marcy Governor, elected 
by the people, term two years, salary ^4,000 ; Sena- 
tors 32, term four years ; Representatives 128, ternr,j 



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one year; total seuators and repreaentalives 160, pay 
per day §3,000 ; Electors of President by genera)! 
Iticket ; seat of government at Albany; election in Oc- 
tober or November ; meeting Legislature, 1st Tues- 
jday in January. 

I New Jersey. Samuel L. Southard, Governor, o 
lected by the Legislature, term one year, salary jj2000 ; 
'Senators 14, term one year; Representatives 50, term 
bne year, total senators and reprsenlatives 64, pay pei 
!day g3; Electors of President by general ticket ; seai 
'of government al Trenton ; election 2d Tuesday ir: 
iOctober; meeting Legislature, 4lh Tuesday m Octo- 
jber. 

i Pennsylvania. George Wolf, Governor, electee 
'by the people, term, three years, salary §4,000; Sen- 
■ators 33, term four years ; Representatives 1 00, term 
lone year; total senators and representatives 133, pav 
Iper day ^3; Electors of President by general ticket; 
seat of government at Harrisburg; election 2d Tues- 
day in October ; meeting Legislature, 1st Tuesday in 
December. 

Delaware. David Hazard, Governor, elected by 
the people, term three years, salary §1,333 1-3 ; Sen- 
ators 9, term four years; Representatives 21, term one 
year; total senators and representatives 30, pay per 
iday§2,50; Electors of President by Legislature; seai 
iof government Dover ; election 1st Tuesday in Octo- 
ber; meeting Legislature IstTuesday in January 6ienn 

Maryland. G. Hayward, Governor, elected byl 
the Legislature, term one year, salary §3,500; Sena 
Iiors 15, term five years ; Representatives 80, term ont- 
year; total senators and representatives 95, pay pei 
day §4; E'ectors of President by districts; seat of 
government Anappolis; election 1st Monday in Octo- 
be ; meeting Legislature last Monday in December. 

Virginia. John Floyd, Governor, elected by thej 
iLegislature, term tliree years, salary §3,333 1-3; Sen-! 
ators 32. term four years; Representatives 134, term; 
one year; total senators and representatives 166, pay 
Iper day g4; Electors of President by general ticket; 
i3Qat of government Richmond; election in the month 



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114^ 

of April; meeting Legislature 1st Monday in Decem- 
ber. 

North Carolina. Iklontfort Stokes, Governor, e- 
leciec! by the Legislature, term one year, balary <^2G0C ;* 
|.Senat()-3 64, term one year; Representatives 134,1 
terra one vear; total senators and representatives 193.1 
pay per day ^3; Electors of President by general tick-i| 
jet; seat of government Ralei^li: election commonly* 
jin Augus:; meeting of Legislature 2J Monday ia No 1 
ivember. « 

! South Carolina. James Hamilton, jr. Governor.; 
jelected by the Legislature, term two years, salary! 
j^3>500; senators 45, term four years; Representatives] 
!l24, term two years; total senators and representa-j 
'fives 169, pay per day ^4; Electors of President by; 
;Lf^gislalure ; seat of governnient Columbia; election 
j5d iMonday in October ; meeting Legislature 4th Mon- 
jday in November. i 

Georgia. Wi'son Lumpkin, Governor, elected byj 
;!he people, term two years, s^Jary ^;3000 ; Senators; 
:78, Ltrm one year; Representatives 185, term one; 
jyoar; total senalors and represeutaiivea 263, pay per! 
'da^ S5t4; Electors of President by general ticket; seal! 
j;if guvernment Milledgeville ; ejection 1st Monday inj 
Ociuber.; meeting Legislature let Monday in Novem- 
Iber. 

Alabama. John Gayle, Governor, elected by the; 
people, term two years, salary ^2,000; Senators 22, 
term three years; Rcprcccntaives 72, term one year; 
total senato.'-s and rspreseniatives 94, pay per day ^4; 
[iSl'.'cj'oifc of President by gf neral ticket ; seat of gov-| 
ii|-, iiiu'^fit Tusc'iiijosa : election 1st Monday in August 
meeting Logisla<ure 4iu Monday in October. 

Mississippi. Abraljam M. Scott, Governor, elected; 
by the people, term two years, salary ^2,500; Sena- 
Lors 11, term three years; Representriiives 36, ter.nr) 
|o"eyear; total senators and representatives 47, pay' 
per day g3; Electors of President by general ticket;! 
seat of government Jackson; election 1st Monday in 
I August ; meeting Legislature IsL Monday in Nove.m-; 
liber. 

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115 

LouiSiANA. A. B. Roman, Governor, elected b} 



!the people, term four years, salary g7,500; Senatorf; 
17, term four years; Representatives 50, term tv.'ci 
years; total senators and representatives 67, pay peii 
iday %4; Electors of President by the Legislature;; 
'^eat of goverament New Orleans ; election 1st Mon I 
jday m July ; meeting Legislature 1st Monday in Jan-| 

uary. 

; f EisNEssEE. William Carroll, Governor, electee 
by the people, term two years, salary g2,000 ; Sena- 
tors 20, term two years; Representatives 60, term 
two years; total senators and repreeantatives 80, pay 
per day ^4; Electors of President by general ticket;! 
seal of goverment Nashville; election 1st Thursday in 
lAugusl; meeting Legislature 3d Monday in Septera-i 
ber, hiennially. ! 

i Ke-ntucky. John Breathitt, Governor, elected byj 
!the people, terra four years, salary ^2,000 ; Senators 
38, term four years; Representatives 100, term one; 
iyear; total senators and representatives 138, pay per 
Iday €2 ; Electors of President by general ticket; seat, 
iof government Frankfort; election 1st Monday in| 
lAugust; meeting Legislature Ist Monday in Novera-i 

(ber. j 

Ohio. Robert Lucas, Governor, elected by thej 
Ipeople, term two years, salary gl,200; Senators 36,; 
jterm two years; Representatives 72, terra one year;| 
Itotal senators and representatives 108, pay per day! 
1^3 ; Electors of President by general ticket; seat of 
Igovernojent Columbus; election 2d Tuesday in Octo- 
ber; meeting Legislature 1st Monday in December. 
, I^DIA^-A. Noah Noble, Governor, elected by the 
Ipeople, term three years, salary p ,000 ; Senators 30, 
'term three years; Representatives 62, term one year; 
':otal senators and representatives 92, pay per day g2; 
Electors of President by general ticket; seat of gov-jj 
{ernment Indianapolis ; election 1st Monday in August ;ji 
meeting Legislature Ist Monday in December. j 

1 Illi>'ois. John Reynolds, Governor, elected by thel 
Ipeople, term four years, salary gl,000; Senators 26,i| 
Iterra four yea rs ; Renrecjentatives 55, term two Vf ara;!! 

...Till ^SiSaSSSSimmi ii L SOSSS^Smmmmam^mm^Si 



m 

total senators and representatives 71, pay per day ^3 ;j 
Electors of President by general ticket ; seat ofgov-j 
ernment at VandaJia ; election Ist Monday in August ,i 
meeting Legislature 1st Monday in December, bienn : 
Missouri. John Miller, Governor, elected by the: 
people, term four ye.irs, salary gl,500 ; Senators 18.. 
lerm four years ; Representatives 49, terra two years;' 
total senators and representatives 67 ; pay per day g3; 
Electors of President, by general ticket ; seat of gov :l 
ernment, Jefferson City ; election 1st Monday in Au-:j 
gust ; meeting Legislature, 1st Monday in Novem- 
ber, bienn. 

TERRTT0RIE3. 

j Florida. William P. Duval, Governor, appointed 

lApril 1831, terra expires April 1834. 

I Michigan. George B. Porter, Governor, appoint- 

led February 1832, term expires February 1835. 

\ Arkansas. John Pope, Governor, appoinedFebrua 

iry 1832, term expires February 1835. 

Remarks. — The Governors of Territories are ap | 
•pointed by the President sftne United States, with Vhe 
consent of the Senate, for the term of three years. 

In all the states except New Jersey, Maryland, Vir- 
ginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina, the Gov- 
ernor is voted for by the people; and if no one has a 
majority of all the votes, in the states in which such a 
majority is required the legislature elects to the office 
of Governor one of the candidates voted for by the peo- 
ple. In the state of Louisiana, the people give their 
votes, and the legislature elects one of the two candi 
dates who have the greatest number of votes. 



Chittenden CO. Jericho. Town clerk, Thos. Reed! 
First constable, Edward F. Hutchings; Selectmen, 
Luther Brown, Harvey Field, Hosea Spalding; Cler- 
gy, Harvey Smith, con. J. M. Graves, bap; Attornies,! 
iDavid A. Smalley, Martin B. Miner; Physicians,| 
[George Howe, Eleazer Hutchings, Hosea Bliss, Ja 
imia Hamilton ; Postmasters, Frederick Fletcher, Da-j 
|vid A. Smalley. 
I Orange go. Tunhridge. Town clerk, Charles B 



117 



;€handler; First constable, Amos Noyes; Selectmen 
"Ebenezer Racket, Joseph Foster, James Hutchinson; 
Iciergy, Nathaniel Kinsf, Nathan Moxley, ThomaH 
^Moxlov, Gecrire Hacket, f. bap. D. H. VVilliston, con.j 
J. S. Scott, meth ; Physicians, Charles B. Chandler.] 
Sewall Lacey; Attorney, G. Rolf; Poitmaster, Chas 
iM. Larab. 



STATE OF VERMONT. 

^General List of the town of for the year 

;No. Folia at 10 dollarn i« 

Acres of land appraised at do'l<i. assessed at 6 per et is 
ijouses aod lots appurtenant at dolls, assessed al 4 

per cent. i« 

Mills, stores, distilleriesi, &c. appraised at dolls, as- 
sessed at six percent, is 
Oxen at 2 dollars is 
Cows and other cattle of 3 years old at I dol. 25 cents is 
Cattl-j of 2 years ofd at 75 cents is 
Horses and Mnlep over 25 dollars and cot exceeding 75 

dollars, at 3 doiluis is 

Iloises and Mules over 75 dollars at 6 dollars is 

Horses and Mules of 2 years old at 2 dollars is 

Horses and M tales of 1 year cid at 1 dollar 25 cents is 
Stallions of 4 years old and upwards, at 75 dollars is 

Stallions of 3 years old at 30 dollars is 

Jacks at 40 dollars is 

Sheep at 10 cents per head is 

Carriages assessed at six per cent ia 

House clocks of brass — and brass time-pi«ce8 at 3 dolL is 
Gold watches al 4 dollars is 

Common watches at i dollar is 

Money on hand and debts due at six per cent ia 

Bank and Insurance stock, at 3 per cent . is 

Altornies assessed in the whole at dollars is 

I'ractitionera of physick and surgery assessed in the 

whole at dulUis is 

Merchants and traders assessed in the whole at dols is 
AMOrr^T INCLUDIJyC WHOLE OF TWO-FOLDS. 
JDeduct for minors equipt for military duty by parents, mas- 
ters or guardians, at 10 dollars is 
Deduct one half two-fold s, added in the several items ia 
: said list, is 
\ Blihtia polls, other than those who are equipped, ex- 
j empted, at 10 dollars is 
Horses of cavalry exempted at 3 doliars is 

Amount deducted, $ 
i Balanee»beiQg true list for state tax. $ 

: > Listers 



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Sessions of Courts in Vermont, Supreme and I 
County. 

BENSriNGTOPf COUNTY. 

S, C. — at Bennington, 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.! 
Henry Robinson, Clerk. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

S. C. — at Newfane, 3d Tuesday next after the 4th Tues-; 

day of Januar}'. 
C. C— 2d Tuesday©? April. 

2d Tuesday of September. 

James Elliot, Clerk. ' 

WINDSOR COUNTY. 

Is, C— at Woodstock, 4th Tuesday next after the 4th 

Tuesday of January. 
C. C. last Tuesday of May. 

last Tuesday of November. 

Benjamin Swan, Clerk. 

RUTLAND COUNTY. 

S. C. — at Rutland, 1st Tuesday next after the 4th Tues- 
day of January. 
4th Tuesday of April. 
2d Tuesday of September. 

Robert Pierpoist, Clerk. 

ADDISON COUNTY. 

S. C. — at Middlebury, 4th Tuesday of January. 
C. C— - 2d Tuesday of June. 

2d Tuesday of December. 

Samuel Swift, Clerk, 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

S. C. — at Chelsea, 5th Tuesday next after the 4th Tues-| 

day of January. 
C. C— 3d Tuesday of June. 

3d Tuesday of December. 
H. E. G. M'Laughlin, CUrk. 

CHITTENDEN COUNTY. 

S, C. — at Burlington, Thursday next preceding the Istj 

Tuesday in January. 
C C. — Last Tuesday save one in March. 

Last Tuesday save one in August. 
N. B. Has well. Clerk. [ 

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WASHINGTON COCNTT. 

-at Montpelier, 6lh Tuesday nest aler the 4th 
Tuesda)' in January. 
2qJ Tuesday in April. 
3d Tuesday in November, 

CALEDONIA COUNTY. 

-at Danville, 7th Tuesday, next after the 4th Tues- 
day of January. 
1st Tuesday of June. 
l3t Tuesday of December. 

Benj. F. Deming Clerk. 

FRANKLIN COTTNTY. i 

S. C.~at St. .\lbans, 2nd Tuesday of January. 
C. C— 2nd Tuesday of April. 

2nd Tuesday of September. 

Horace Janes, Clerk. 

ORLEANS COCNTY. 

.S. C. — atlrasburg;, 9th Tuesday next after the 4th Tues- 
day of Januarv. 

C. C— 3d Tuesday of June. 

3d Tuesday o{ December. 

Ira H. Allen, Ckrk. 
Essex County. 

S. C— at Guildhall, 8th Tuesday next after the 4th Tues- 
day of January. 
Last Tuesday in May. 

C. C. — Last Tuesday save one in November. 

I William Gates, Clerk. 

GRAND ISLE COU]"TY. 

,S. C. — at North Hero, 3d Tuesday of January. 
;C. C. — 1st Tuesday next after the 4th Tuesday of April. 
I Ist Tuesday next after the 4th Tuesday of Sept. 

Joel Allen, Clerk. 



COMMERCE OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Commerce and Navigation for the Year ending 

Sept. 30, U3l. 

Imports. Exports, 

Maine, ^941, 417 §805,573 

New Hampshire, 140,205 111,522 

Vermont, 1GG,206 925,127 

MassachusettR, 14,569,056 7,733,763 

Rhode Island, 562,161 367,465 



120 

Connecticut, 405,066 482,883 

New York, 67,0'77,417 25,535,144 

New Jersey, 11,430 

Pennsylvania, 12,124,(>83 5,513,713 

Delaw'are,- 21,656 54,514 

Maryland, 4,826,577 4,308,647 

Dist. Columbia, 193,555 1,220.975 

Virginia, 483,522 4,150,475 

North Carclina, 103,356 341,140 

South Carolina, 1,238,164 6,575,201 

Georgia, 399,940 3,959,813 

Alabama, 24,435 2,413,894 
MissisBppi, 

Louisiana, 9,766,693 16,761,989 

Ohio, - 617 14,728 

Florida, 115,710 30.493 

Michigan, 27,299 12,392 



BESOS 



Tntfil, .^103,191,124 $^81,310,583 



i'Ofiho exports gS 1,277 057 ui value were of domeslic; 

produce, and ;J2Q,033 525, foreign produce. TheJ 

domestic produce was thus distributed : — 
Produce of Agriculture, g47,264,433 

Manufactures, 7,147,364 

Produce of the Forest, 4,260,477 

Produce of the Sea, 1,889,472 

Articles not enumerated, 715,311 



g61,277,057 
Deduct Gold and Silver coin, 2,058,474 



Total produce and Manufact. U. S. §59,219,583 



Tonnage owntd at the Principal PoHji. | 

i Districts. Tom. Disiricts. Tone, f 

iWew York, 256,557iBai^itnore, 35,62 1[ 

Boston, r35,00&jSaieni, 28,195;. 

■Philadelphia, 71,689 Bath, 26,668| 

'New Bedford, 55,256!Barnslable, 2o,184| 

Nantucket, 22,327j 

Waldnb.->vo', 2 1.78 4;! 



liVew Orleans, 45,027 

iP^rtland, 42,717 



121 



Plymoulb, 
Bangor, &.c. 
Portsmouth, 
Newburyport, 



19,476 
19,!77 
18,243 
16,577 



New Loiicion, 

Providence, 

Charleston, 



16,213 
14,400! 
13,35-i 



REIGNING SOVREIGNS OF 



EUROPE. 

Acces! 



I Name. Title. St;ite. 

iCharles XIV, Kinjf of Sweden 

iNicholas I. Emperor ofRussia 

IPredcrick VI. King of Denmark 

William IV do. of Great Britain 

William I. do. of Holland 

Leopold, do. of Belgium 

Fred. VVm. [Il.do. of Pru.ssia 

Anthony, do. of Saxony 

Francis, Or. Duke of Meckienburg-Sch. 

'George do. of Mecklenburg-Slrelilz 

{Augustus do' of Oldenburg 

jWilliam Duke of Brunswick 

I William do. of Nassau 

Ch. Frederick Gr. Duko Saxe- Weimar|l828 

Erncsi Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Golba 1806 

Bernard do. of Saxe-Moiningen 

Frederick do. of Saxe-Altenburg 

Leopold do. ot Anhalt- Dessau 

Aleix do. of Anhalt-Bernburg 

Ferdinand do. of Anhalt-Colhnn 

Gunther Prince Schvvaiiz'g Rudolsl'l 

Gunlher, do. Schwartz'g Sonder'n 

1" Henry XIX. do. ofReuss-Elder Line 
Henry LXII.do. Reuss-Younger Line 
Leopold, do. of Lippe-DetrnolJ 
Georgg Wm. do. of LippeSchauenburg 
jGcorge, do. of Waldock 

Louis, Lnndffv's (jf Hesso Hombnrg 1829 
Ch. Leopold Fr. Gr. Duke of Baden 1830 
VVjlliam II. Elector of Hesse-Cassel J1821 
Louis Gr. Duko dTH^psp Darmsfadt 1830 



181}i 
1825 
1808 
1830 
1815 
1831 
1797 
1827 
1785 
1816 
1829 
1831 
1816 



1803 
1780 
1817 
179G 
181*^ 
1807 
1794 
1817 
1818 
1802 
1787 



R eligion 

Luiij'ani 
Gr. Ch I 
Lutli'ani 
Pr. Ep I 
RePd I 
Luth'anj 
Evang 
Cath* 
Luih'an 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Evang 
Luth'an 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Evang j 

do. ! 

Calh* 
Lulh'an! 

do. 

do. 

do. 
RePd 

do. 



l813{Evang 
Ref'd 
Evang 
IlePd 
Luth'£.r 



*TI>Q King of Saxony and th« Duke of Anhalt-Co»han are CoiAo-jj 

ic5, though the greater part of their subjects are Prols9ta7Ujf ; andjj 

tbokias of B^^aiam is a. Protestant, iioMghhia nubjecla are iDo«tlyi 

CfcnAo/i«.— Frpderjck Augastus \ 3 joint rtgsrt of Saxony. 



>aiwili Jin 



122 

'Aniliony, Prince of Hoiienzo]'r> Sigmar'n 

;Prederick, do. Hohsnzol'n Hechin'n 

John Josepii do. of Litchtenstein 

William, King of Wurtetnberg 

Louis, do. of Bavaria 

Francis, Emperor of Austria 

Louis Pijillip, King of France 

lEni. Fr. Fisohcr Land'man Switz. Rep. 

iFerdinand, VIL King of Spain 

j:\Iiguel, do. of Portugal 

iCh'ies Emanuel, do. of Sardinia 

:Leopo]d IL Gr. Duke of Tuscany 

;Maria Louisa, Dutchess of Parma 

Francis IV. Duke ot Madena 

iCharles Louis, do. of Lucca 

Gregory XVL' Pope States of the church 

JFerdintind IL King of Two Sicilliea 

JAntuiiio Comuto,P/'e.9. Ionian Isles Hep. 

Capod'lstria, President Greece do. 

'Mahmuud II. Sultan Turkey, 

j — ____ ■ ■ ■ 

'The following Table exhibits the J^Tumber of Cases of 
the Cholera and of deaths in various places tchich have 
been msited by t/, a* reported, and stalled in the differ- 
ent Journals. 

Great Britain and Ireland. 



1785 


Cath. 


1810 


do. 


1805 


do. 


1816 


Luth'an 


1825 


Cath. 


1792 


do. 


1830 


do. 


1808 


Calh- 


1828 


do. 


1831 


do. 


1824 


do. 


1814 


do. 


1815 


do. 


[824 


do. 


1831 


do. 


1830 


do. 


1804 


Gr ch. 


1828 


do. 


1808 


Mah'n. 



Dublin, 




Glasgow, to Aug 


15 


LiverDool, " 


31 


London, to April 


2ii 


Cork, 




Limerick, 




Drogheda, to Julv 


28 


Edinburgh, 


25 


Paislt-v, 


^^5 


Belfast, 




Greenock, lo July 


25 


Hull, 


26 


L^eds, 


26 


York, 


25. 



Cases. 


Deaths. 


9,252 


2,775 


4,164 


1,993 


4,646 


1,397 


2,552 


1,334 


3,305 


843 


2,497 


843 


1.202 


488 


796 


467 


638 


368 


2,559 


303 


634 


275 


726 


£50 


544 


212 


384 


152 



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123 

Plymoutf), ♦♦ 26 354 147 

Leith, "25 194 112 ; 

Warrington, '* 26 248 109 ; 

Carlisle. ** 25 214 109 

Continent of Europe. i 

Cases. Deaths. ' 

St. Petereburg, 9,247 4.757 | 

Moscow, 8,576 4,690 j 

Leinberg, 4,922 2,589 

Vienna, 3,984 1,893 I 

WarAaw, 3,912 1,460 ; 

Berlin, 2,220 1.401 ; 

Prague, 3,234 1,333 

Konigsberg, 2,188 1,314 

Niznei NovgoroJ, 1,897 982 

Kazan, 1,437 857 

Breslau, 1,276 671 

Brunn, i,540 604 

Hamburg, 874 455 

Magdeburg, 576 346 

Elbing, 434 283 

Sleltin, 366 250 

Halle» 303 152 

America. 

Quebec, to Sept. 1 2,218 

Montreal, " 2 4,385 1,843 

New York, •• 8 5,842 3,197 

Do. Oct. 12 3,471 

Philadelphia, Sept. 1 2,240 740 

Balli(nore, Sept. 29, 710 

Albany, '* 8, 1,146 418 

Norfolk, " 11, 400 

Rochester, " 3, 389 107 

New Orleans, Oct. 26 to Nov. 4, 1527 deaths. 

Avarage deaths for 9 days, 170 per day. 

The disease has prevailed, with much mortality, at 

Cicinnati, Columbus, Zanesville, and other towns in 

Ohio. In New England it' has prevailed but in a 

very few towns, and in them, its character has been 

mild. 

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1 CONTENTS. 

! 




1 

Almanac, 


5 1 Notices of each Stale in 


i 


Army List, 


29 


the Union, 111 to lj6| 


iCharacter of the Flan- 




Post Office Dep. 


3i: 


1 ets, signs of the Zodi- 




Rales of postage. 


40: 


1 ac, of the aspects, com 


- 


Reigning Sovreigns of 


i 


mencemeut of the sea- 
sons 




Europe, 


121 


2 


Societies, 


! 


jConsulsaad agents^ 


35 


" Vt. Bible, 


109' 


Congress 22d. 


37 


*'• Colonization, 


110' 


Census U. S. 


43 


•* Temperance, 


110 


Civil gov't Vt. . 


46 


" Domesiic Mis- 


1 


Courts in Vermont, Su- 




sionary, 


111! 


j preme and County, 




Town officers, Clergy, 


; 


1 secssions of. 


118 


&c. in Bea. co. 


54' 


County officers, 85- 


-108 


Windham co. 


66, 


jCommerce, U. States, 


119 


Rutland, . •* - 


59! 


.Cholera Table, 


122 


Windsor, * 


63i 


iEclipses, 


3 


Addison, " 


661 


•Farmer's Calendar, 


4 


Orange, « 


69 


!Foreign Ministers, 


33 


Chittenden, »» 


7l| 


(Foreign papers, 


42 


Washington, ** 


73 


Form of General List, 
Government of the U. 


117 


Caledonia, •* 


75! 




Orleans, ♦* 


78! 


Stales, 


28 


Franklin, * 


80: 


iGrand List, Vt. 


47 


Essex »* 


82' 


.Judiciary U. S. 


31 


Grand Isle, " 


83 


Judiciary of Vt. 


85 


Town officers for Mid- 




Legis. appointments, 


108 


diebury, Barnard, 


i 


j.Vloveable feajts, 


2 


and Townshend, 


84! 


Milit. Acad. 


29 


" for Jericho and 


1 


Marine Dep. 


30 


Tuabridg«, 


116^ 


Militia Vt. 


45 


To purify water 


3', 


Newspapers, list of in 




U. 3. Circuit Courts, 


32| 


Vermont, 
Navy, U. S. 

i 
i 


41 


" District, do. 


32i 


30 War Department, 


28! 

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VERMONT REGISTER 



AND 



FARMER'S ALMANAC, 
FOR THE YEARvOF OUR LORD 




EING .SECOND AFTER BISSEXTILE, OR 
LEAP YEAR, AND TILL JULY FOURTH 
THE FIFTY-EIGHTH OF AMERI- 
CAN INDEPENDENCE. 



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Iculated for the Meridian of Montpelier, in latitude 44*' 1 7' 
north, and longitude 4° 25' east from the Capitol of the 
United States, at Washington. 



ASTROKOMICAL CALGULATIONS 

BY ZADOCK THOMPSON, A. M. 



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LISRED BT E. P. WALTON, AT THE MQNTPKLIBB BOOK 
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WALTON'S 



AKD 



FARRIER'S ALMANAC, 

I FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 




BEING SECOND AFTER BISSEXTILE, OR 

LEAP YEAH, AND TILL JULY FOURTH 

THE FIFTY-EIGHTH OF AMERIr 

^AN INDEPENDENCE. 



Calculated for the Meridian of Montpclier, jn latitude 44° 17' 
north, and longitude 4° 25' »a3t from the Capitol of tb« 
United States., at Washington. ' 



ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATION! 

BY ZADOCK THOMPSON, A. J4. 



I MONTPELIER : 

i PUBLISHED j|T E. P. WALTON, AT THE MONf PELII^^Jl BOaK- 
»TORE. 
I ' l ' i '" ■■■I " J * I ■ ■■Ti- - i-liTH'i T em 



Ii 



A'ames and Characters of the Planets. 

$ Yenus. If Jupiter. 

©Earth. ^Saturn. 

^Mars. J"<rfHcrschel. 



:4c The Sun 
©®The Moon 
^ Mercury. 



JVanus and Characters of th£ Signs 



T Aries. 
n Gemini. 
aLeo. 
rTi: Libra. 



f Sagffitarius. 
ccc Aquarius. 
\r? Capricorn us. 
Tr[ Scorpio. 



of the Zodiac. 

TTg Virgo. 
25 Cancer. 
^ Taurus. 
X Pisces. 



JVa77ies and Characters of the Aspects. 
Q Ascending Node. Q Descending Node. 
d Conjunction, or in tlie same longitude. 
D Quartile, or differing 3 signs in longitude. 
S Opposition, or differing 6 signs in longitude. 



Chronological Cycles. 



Solar Cycle, _ 23 
Roman Induction, 7 
Julian Period, 6547 



I Dominical Letter, E 

I Golden Number, 1 1 

j Epact, 20 

! Moveable Feasts. 

Beptuagcsima Sunday, - - - Jan. 

Quinquagesima Sunday, - - Feb. 

Ash Wednesday, or first day of Lent. - Feb. 

Mid Lent Sunda}'', _ _ _ _ Mar. 

[Palm Sunday, Mar. 

.^^aster Day, ----- Mar. 

Low Sunday, ----- April 

Rogation Sunday, - - _ . May 

Ascension Day or Holy Thursday, - May 

Vrhit Sunday, ----- May 

Trinity Sunday, - - - _ May 

Advent Sunday, - - _ _ Nov. 



2(i 
9 

12j 

23 

SO 

6 

4: 

& 

IS 

25| 
30[ 



Commenceraent of the Seasons. 
Spring begins March 20th, 9h. evening. 
Summer " June 21 st, 7h. evening. 
Autumn " Sept. 23d. Sh. mornino-. 



Winter 



Dec. 22d. 9h. mornint'. 



Solar and Lunar Eclipses. 
January 9th, Sun eclipsed, invisible at Montpelier, 
c^ 6h. 19m. evening, D ^s lat. 1° 12' south. 



Apparent 

time. 
Morning. 



June 7th. Sun Eclipsed, invisible,' d 5h. 6m. mor 

jning, D lat. 57' 57" south. 

June 2l.st, Moon ecHpsed, visible as follows : 
Beginning 1 48m." 

Becrinnino- of total darkness 2 50m. 
Middle ° S 30m. ^ 

Ecliptic 8 3 Sim. ^ 

End of total darkness 4 11m. 

End of the eclipse 5 14m., 

[Duration of total darkness 1 21m. Duration of the 
clipse, 3 29. Digits eclipsed, 18 1-4 from the south 

bide of the Earth's shadow. 

November 30th, Sun eclipsed, visible as follows : 
Beginning Oh. 50m. 1 Apparent 

Greatest obscuration 2h. 20m. I y^^^^ 

End - ' 3h. 38m. { ^y^;^„^o„. 

Duration 2h. 4bm.J •" 

!Dio-its eclipsed, 9 3-4, on the Sun's southern limb. 

Tins eclipse will be total in the Southern States. 

i December i5th and IGth, Moon eclipsed, visible a* 

ifollows : 

Beginning (eve.) lOh. 30m."] 

Middle Hh- ^^^' I -flvparent 

Ecliptic (9 (morn.) Oh. 4m. )■ ^time. 

End Ih. 19m. ' 



Duration 2h. 49m., 

Digits eclipsed, 7 3-4 on the Moon's southern hmb. 

IMPORTANtItO FARMERS. 

, Scalding Hogs. A gentleman of experience and 
'observation recommends a mode practised by him ofj 
k-aldino- hogs, which is, instead of putting cold wat( r 
or ashes into the hot water, as is the general practice, 
i!ie v/ashes the hog in cold water previous to scalding; it. 
Jt matters not how hot the water may be with wh c . 
the hog is scalded, if cold v/ater is first used in the 
way prescribed, the hair can be taken oft' with ease 
jand neatness. No dandier need be apprehended ot 
ithe hair becoming set, a^s is often the case when this 
imode is not resorted to, owing "to a peculiar tempera- 
Iture of the vrater. 



J 834. JANUARY, first month; 

• farmer's CArLE>"DAR. ! 

i "From Nova Zembla's snow-wrapt fielda, > 

"Where blooming Spring reluctant yields 
' A faint yet cheering smile ; 

. Lo! winter comes, with frigid train, : 

I To spread his darksome cold domain i 

ij O'er fair Columbia's soil. i 

I Fellow Citizens — The coursers of time have again 
'performed their circuit and your humble servant is 
again called upon to begin his round of admonitions 
and exhortations. As warmth is at this season the; 
great desideratum, I would first invite your attention 
to that subject. It is truly a matter of importance to 
preserve a proper temperature— that our rooms should 
be suitably warmed by good fires — that our bodied 
should be suitably clad with warm garments — but of 
how much greater importance it is that our hearts' 
should be warm with the glow of benevolence toward.?! 
Mf.:>3e around us who are sulfering from cold, or hunr; 
gor, or nakeduegs ; and abo witli the most grateful 
motions of love and gratitude towards that blessed! 
Being from whom (with the ability and means to be-j 
atow favors upon others,) we derive all our enjpy^ 
ments here, and all our hopes of happiness in a futurd 
world. Surely we cannot refuse to relieve tlie misen 
ries of suffering humanity around us, when the ability 
to do it is so kmdiy given us by our Heavenly Father, 
i Farmers, look well to your barns. See that your, 
horses, cattle and sheep are not suffering for the lack; 
of food and water, and that your hay and provender 
is not wasted through the carelessness of boys. Fcit^ 
icords butter no parsnips. 



CUTTING CORN STALKS. 
The editor of the Village Recorder, published at West 
chcEter, Pa. says tite practice of Judge Buel, to cut his corn! 
up by the roots and to set it in little stacks to ripen, thus' 
saving the leaves from the frost for fodder, and letting thai 
corn continue for a while to draw nutriment from the stalk, 
js universally practiced in Chester County. The editoii 
says, "late in September, or early in October, corn is cut 
near the earth, set up in shork.s round a hill that is left un- 



Tj liiBiUjaiL 
Si days, 



~' ^~: ^JANUARY. 

Time still pursues hi3 on*vard way, 

And rolli the seasons round 
From day to night, from night to dsty, 

No loitering is found. 

d Last Quarter, 3d day, llh 2-2m :iioriiing. 
0New Moon, 9th day, 6h 19m evening; 
J> Fir.st Quarter, ITtliday, 9h 5-^m evening. 
OFull Moon, 25th day, 5h "ilm morning* 
C Last Quarter, 31st day, 8h ^24m evening. 



3 I 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 



.* 1 * 

rises sets. 



1*1 

SI 



r. &8. 



Jircunicision. 0Perigee.7 3S4 22 

I? SS,4 22 
Battle of Princeton, 11111 374 23 

37i4 23 

36'4 24 

364 24 

354 25 

344 26 

344 26 

7 334 27 

7 33!4 27 

7 324 28 

1 314 29 

7 304 SO 



6 
7! 
8! 

9| 

iio! 
ii: 

112 
!13, 

¥ 

118; 
Il9i 

21' 

!22 
123 
|24 
'25 
,26 

;27 

28 
';29 
i30 
13 1 



7 

'id Sun. after Christmas. 7 
Epiphahv. 

ri815|7 
D Q Battle J\^ew Orleans,]! 
D runs low.5f:ecHp.s.invis.j7 
Stamp Act passed, lt65 



1st Sun. after Epiphany. 

Peace ratified, 1815 
# Apogee. 

Franklin horn, 170G 
^a^f/« o/ Cmopens, 1781 
2d Sun. after Epiphany. 



29 4 31 

284 32 



7 27,4 33 



Louis XVI beheaded, '93-7 

4 Battle of Tallapoosa^ 18147 

5 D Q D runs high. Willianvl 

6 [Pitt died, 18067 

7 Conversion of St. Paul j7 
E Septuagesima Sunday. 7 

2 ©Perigee. J7 

3 Peter the Great died^tl 

4 1725] i7 

5 ^ [ed, 1820.7 

6 King G e orge 1 Vproclaimr\l 



264 34 

25,4 35 

244 36 

23,4 37 

22'4 S8 

21 '4 39 

20,4 40 

19,4 41 

174 43 

164 44 

154 45 

144 46 

134 47 

124 48 



'in 

4 :f^ 

5 :^ 

5 lU 
5TTt 

6 t 
6 t 

1\9 

ly? 

8V5' 
8 "Xi 

Q /w 

9X 
10 X 

10 T 

11 T 

11 « 

12 8 

12, y 

12 n 

12' n 
13's 

13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
14 
14 



11 30 
morft. 

43 

1 65| 
3 6; 

15 



4 

5 23 

6 29 
D sex. 
5 24 
;6 27 
'(7 29 

8 31 

9 32 

:10 32 

|ll 33 
morn. 
33 



34 

36 
41 
46 
49 

49 



^ 



D rise 
6 45 

8 2 

9 19 

10 32" 

11 44 
mom.. 



1834. FEBRUARY, 2d month, 

farmer's calendar. ! 

"Now soon as evening shades prevail," 
Slow circulates the tragic tale 

Of some night Meandering swain, 
Who guided by the treach'rous light, 
Fell headlong from a giddy height, 

And never roae again. 



„ Peace and quiet, love and mutual^ood will form the, 
jsummum bonuin of domestic life. These are the chief 
(ingredients in the married man's cup of bliss. And 
{Major Wesley gravely suggests, that getting up a 
good supply of fuel for the summer, while the sledding 
continues, has a remarkable tendency to keep the wo-j 
|men in good hiimor and thus to promote the serenity 
and happiness of the domestic fireside. I throw out 
jthese suggestions of the Major, that all who love their 
own comfort may be induced to try the experiment 
jA brawling woman^-which Solomon says it is better 
jto dwell in the corner of the house top than in a wide 
pouse with such a woman — and Solomon knew for he 
jwas acc^uainted with women. But it ill becomes us 
jto speak of brawling women while we have so many 
idrinking, bragging, cross scoundrels among the men. 
Let the men first become what they should be, 
and 1 will be surety for the ladies — yea, that within 
three weeks thereafter, four fifths oi^ our modern Xan- 
tippies shall be transform.ed into angels of gentleness 
and peace. 

i The evenings are yet long, but they should not be 
.dragged out in dozing and idleness; but should be 
spent in reading and useful . conversation. The long 
winter eVenings seem to be designed in the mercy ofl 
Providence to afford those who cultivate the soil an 
opportunity for mental cultivation. 

cut, to help support the rest — tlie tops tied with rye straw, 
jln this situation it remains until seeding is over. It is thenj 
husked — the huskers having a pin of hard M'ood two andi 
a half inches long, about the size of a gooso quill, sharp at, 
'one end, which is fastened under the two middle fingers ofi 
the right-hand with a string. This aids him to tear open. 



__mimi^mt ■ ■ I Mil I »^ 

'F EBRUARY, 

But whileTho months to months succeed, 

And time is flitting by ; 
Oh how shall man from grief be tree d .' 

To what for succour fly ? 



#New Moon, 8th dajs Oh 10m evening. 
D First auarter, 16th day, 4h 50m evenmg. 
OFull Moon, 23d daj-^JhSm evenuig^ 



■S 1 c 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 



rises 



Sexagesuna Sunday. 



1 

2, 
3 

6| 

i 8 

|io| 

|12| 
13, 

Il4! 
|l5j 
\1Q 

in; 

;i8i 

19 

■30. 

\^2V 
•22 

J23'E 
124 ^- 

25 

26 

;27 

:28 



/ 
E 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

E 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 
7 

E 
2' 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



[1831 
^ Q Invasion of Poland, 
D runs low. 

* y d Sup. 

Quhiquagesima Sun. Cap-\6 59 
[turc of insurgents, 1799 6 5S 

6 
Ash Wed. 1st day ot Lent, 
ft Apo'*"eG. Revolution in 
° [England, 1688 

1st Sun. in Lent. Frigate' , 
■ {Philadelphia Jnmit 1804 6 48,5 12^14 
i? dStip. 16 46.5 14114 

D Q D runs high. 
David Garriok born, 1716 

Washington born, 1732, 

2d Sun. in Lent. Peacock 
^©Perigee, [iaken, IS\3 6 
3' Battle of Warsaw, 1831 

4! 

b Earthquake at Lisbon 

6| 




Venus will be morning star until the 18th of Feb-! 
ruary— thence evening star till the 20th Decemocr— 
and thence morning star. 



lR-i4. MARCH) 3d month .'I 

farmer's calendar. il 

"But now the clouds do haunt the day, ; 

And misty clouds around us play, | 

And murmur tlirough the trees ; | 

And storms that agitate the floods, 

Arid rains that crystalizc the woods. 
Are borne upon the breeze. 

— j 

The winter begins now to relax his vigdurj stfid we 
begin to have the premonitcJry signs of spring. But 
as the cold relaxes, in the same propdrtibn should the 
farmer's watchtlilness and diligence increase. By at- 
tending to every business iri its season, every thing! 
can easily be acto'mplished, arid be accomplished as it 
should be done. But once get behind hand aiid it is, 
lextreitiely difficult tc> catch up— so difficult that no [I 
;one in ten succeeds in doing it. Notwithstanding my; 
{repeated admonitibns, 1 lear the practice of our iarm-j 
lers of manufacturing maple sug'ar fbr home Cdiiaump-j 
;tion is growing iilto disuse. But this practice of buy- 
iiilg such things as the farmer can produce, merely be- 
icausc the ?irticle is cheap, is stirely a very bad one. 
lAlfhyat f-verV fiirrrier whc« has trees can manufacture 
one, two orihtJre huiidrcd pynrids of sugar j easier than 
■they can earii the money at this seasdn in any other 
jway to purchase iti ^eh to oile that one half the time 
[devoted td this business would otherwise be spent ini 
idlehess, or worse than idlf^riess. The old adage ofj 
the sage Franklin is no less ti-ue ilow than formerly,! 
'that a penny sailed is two pence carnisdi 



"the husk and considerably facilitates the work. Isot re- 
imembcring to have ?een such an implemetit in use elscj 
where, I suppose it nbt common, though very simple, it isj 
useilil; After the corn is taken in, the stalks are tied in 
bundles Avith straw — drawn near the barn yard and put in 
ricks, thus: The rick is made long, the butts pbinting out 
each way, the tops overlapping mofo than one third andl 
raised so that the wet will fall off each side from the ccn-l 
itre. It should be of motierate height, from seven to ten! 
'feeti Beginning at one end, the farmer takes off, from top 
jto bottom, enough for hie cattle. All the rc^^l remains wn- 
jdistuibcd, and secure from rain as when first put up. 



sfTi 



TfAftCH, 



li# 



On the morning of a sunny day, 

I wander'd o'er the hill ; 
Though nature all around was gaj?, 

My heart was heavy still. 



"oXa^t Quarter, 2d day^ 7h 23m morning. 
©New Moon, 10th day, 6h 26m morning. 
]^ First Quarter, 1 8th day, 8h 13m mortiing. 
OFull Moon, 25th day, ih 22ra moniing. 
<| Last Q uarter, 31st day, Sh 35m evening 



3 
4 

6': 

7 

9 
10 

11 
12- 

'3; 

14. 



inses 
;6 28 5 



sets, 



SjPl 

30 5 sorsrnf 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 

Gov7 Brooki dild'l 825" 
3d Sunday in Lent. 

5 ^ > runs low. 
Boston Dlois'dcre, 1770, 

Perpetuav 

WeUington d^f. Ff. I814C 195 41 H 



32lSi^ 
'6 27 5 33 121:^ 
6 25 5 35 12v5> 
245 36 12 V5» 
6 22 5 38 12-i 
6 21*5 39 11 - 



r.ScP. 



morn.! 
1 
2 
3 






63 
30 



4th Sunday in Lent. 6 

2! y Gr. I^bngation. 

3 ©Apogee. 6 

4! 6 

5 Dr. Prlcstty hotii, \ t33 6 

6| 6 



17.5 43 11 X 
155 45 11,X 
14 5 46 10, T 

48 10^7^ 



15; 7 Gen. Jackson hom^ lt67^ 6 
16 E 5th Simdiy in Lent. 



17: 2i 



3 D nmg high-. 

4 D Q 

5 Sprung BE<5il?fS. 
6i 



is; 

19, 
20. 
21! 

22 t.hna. Edwards died, 1758 5 5716 

23 E 6th Sun. in Lent. Palm S. 5 55^6 



12 5 

115 

9'5 

85 

5:5 
3)5 
1I5 
0^ 
59l6 



49 10 T 
5M0fb 
bit 



24 



^6 
27j 

29 



^ ©Perigee. 
SAnnuneiation 

4 



B. V 



,5 556 
Ma-5 52« 
[r}'.'5 50;6 
• |5 486 
Good l^riday, * "j' <^ Inf. 5 47;6 
7\Swedenhorg d. m^. jo 456 
"SolEjEaster Day. Battle of |5 446 
3^' 2J [Gr odme, 1831.15 43 6 



53 
55 
57 

69 
9 
1 
3 

& 
7 

10 
12 
13 
15 
16 
17 



n 
n 
n 
8J3. 



4 
'4 
'5 
6 '^ 

6 30 
' T> set.' 

7 la- 
"8 1 5: 

9 14 

10 14) 
jll 15 
morn J 

IS 

1 20' 



20 

l7i 

5 

48' 
21 

5s: 



^ n! 

9 36' 

10 52 
morn. 

2: 

1 81 



1834. APRILr 4th month. 

farmer's calendar. 
"But gentle Spring with many a smile 
Comes now to deck Columbia's soil, 

The spot with freedom crowned ; 
No more fell Winter's howling storm 
Augusta's circling plains deform, 

And strip the country round. 



Although extremely reluctant to leave your clime, 
Old AVinter is now oblifjed to retire and seek a refuge 
at the soutliern pole. Old Boreas being driven from 
the field, Zcphyrus and the southern gales unlock the! 
Irozen streams and dissolve the fleecy snows, which 
pour down a deluge upon the plains and enrich the 
|tecming earth. The dormant povv'ers of vegetation; 
are reviv^cd and ail around are awaking into life and 
activity. The forests becoming clad in their cheerful! 
'^reen — the meadows v.'ith their variegated carpet, and 
life and activity and joy are diiluse J on every hand. 

Let man too arise to renewed activity and enter- 
prise. ShaniL- for the only bein^ in this world, who 
boasts prescience, to spend his time in listless inactiv- 
ity, or to act improvident of the future. Remember 
th.'it this is no season for idleness ; and furthermore, 
that as you sow, so you shall also reap. The bu- 
siness o^ sowing carefliUy and properly accomplished 
un abundant harvest is half secured. 
i Quarrel not with others about opinion, but show 
the correctness of your own sentiments by a well or- 
dered life and conversation. As a man thinketh, so isi 
he ; that is, the man who thinks right usually doeS' 
right. And the man who thinks and does and feels 
right, 13, what he should be. 



I In thi:? manner the whole is fed out, from one end 
of tuo rick to the other. What the cattle do not eati 
is trodden into the manure heap, absorbs juices that would; 
otherwise evaporate or run off, and then the corn stalks, 
when well rotted, are returned to the field, increasing its 
fertility. How much better is this mode than topping and 
leaving the stalks to stand all winter, drying?' and withering 



S«»«!»«<j»W tHj'> i ft»LH 



iHhrii nr i %*u.\u ti um 



•30 days, 



APRIL, 



1834. 



Can God, I thought, tlie just and great, 
These meaner creatures bless ; 

And yet deny to man's estate, 
The boon of happiness? 



©New Moon, 8th day, llh 51m evening. 
D First Quarter, 16th day, 7h :27m evening. 
OFiill Moon, 23d day, 9h 44m morning. 
d Last Quarter, 30th day, llh 40m morning. 



d 

1 

o 

8 
4 
5 

6! 
7 
8' 
9, 
10 

ill' 
12 
13 

15 
16 
17 
18 

19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
[26 
27 
28 
29 
»0 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 



* 1 * i*tD 
nseslsets.l S IPI 



3 ]) g D runs low. David 

4 Jefferson barn, 1743 

5 Bonaparte banished, 1814 

6 St. Ambrose. 

7i 
E 1st Sunday after Lent. 

2 ©Apogee. 

3 * [ian, 1784 

4 Peace ratified by Gt. Brit- 

5 JJ. S. Bank incorporated, 

6 [1816 

7 Henry Clay born, 1776 
E2d Sunday after East«r. 

2 D Q 

3 J> runs high. 
4 

5 Franklin dieds-llOO 
6 



42 6 
40 6 
39 6 
37 6 
35 6 
34 6 
32 6 
31 '6 
29,6 
28 i6 
27'6 



18^ 
20: 

21 

23; 

C)-- 



26 
24 
23 
21 
19 
18 



6 

6 
6 
6 
6 

6 
16 16 



26 
23 
29 
31 
32 
33 
34 
36 

37! 
39 F 
41 
42, 
44 1 



V5'2 
V5''2 



r.&s 
8!J 
53 



7 Battle of Lexington, 1175^ 15,6 45 1 
E 3d Sunday after Easter. 
2! 

3 ©Perigee. 

4, [167'; 

5 Rev. Thos. Parker horn, i> 
6j y Gr. Elongation, 5 

7jDe3" 5 

Ei4th Sunday after Easter. 5 

2 D runs low. 5 

3 [T789;5 
4\JVashington inaug. pres.5 



13|6 
12,6 

io;6 

9*6 

8:6 

&6 
5'6 
36 
26 
16 
07 



47 
48 
50 
51 
52 
54 
55 
57 
58 
53 




4 

4 

4 

5 

D 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 



7 
35 

58 

21! 

set.j 

10: 

141 
16l 



^ morn.! 

14' 
12' 
1! 
44! 
21I 
55| 
24 j 
541 
rise! 
251 
40 li 
53 
55 



s 

ail 
a '2 
^ 2 

Tits 
t '9 

^ iio 

t jll 

siv5';o 
1 



morn. 
50; 

32-; 



1834. MAY, Sthmonth-.i 

farmer's calendar. 
*' Spreading o'er nature's vast domain, 
TlK'ir kisses, snatched from Flora's train, 

While the assenting trees 
And slender grass, and list'ning lake, 
For dulcet treasures thf-y partake. 
Confess the passing breeze; 



I If your hind be good, be sure fb bestow ujJdh it gbodi 
^tillage and you will secure aJl abundaht harvest. But'; 
jif your land be not of the first qu'alit}'-, it is sti rauchi 
the more important that you tiil it \\-ell-, for without 
^ood tillage 3-ou cret nothing and thus lt>se the labor, 
lyou do bestow. JPay particular attention to your gar-' 
jden. Gardening is the most profitable wa}^ of occu- 
.pying the edil as "it affords th'e greatest amount of pro- 
'duce from the smallest quantity '6f land. No farmer 
^v1k> consu'ts his interest 'or his^ pleasure ^vill be with-j 
lout a good gdrden; Why, it is equal to having your; 
'beef And pork barrel Well filled, ahd it goes a great, 
way, I can asssure.Vbu-, to prevexit their Wcoming cmp-| 
tv. If the season W favorable, let ytiur Indian cornj 
be planted about the 15th, without i-eg^fd either to the: 
moon or stars; The sun is the great 'regulator of the 
seasons, an'd thfe effects of his influence should be the 
[sure guide in 'committing the seeds to 'th'e soil. 
j A fine 'cbJ^t goes not make a gentlemah, hor a gilded, 
jCOver a gddd book; many people n'otwithstnnding , 
judge the man by tbe quality of his cloth and the book 
by its bindincr. but the wise do not form their opinions 
;up6n oittsid-e appearances^ but upon inward quaJities. 

jin the field, affording neither food fcJr animals nor manure 
•for tind." 

HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES. 
Vessels intended to contain liquids of a higher tempera- 
ture than the surrounding medium, and keep that liquid ae 
jlong aB possible at the highest temperature, should bo con- 
'structed of materials which are the worst radiators of heat. 
I jThuB, tea-urns and tea-pots are bert adapted for their pur- 
^ jpose whenronRtructcd of polished metal, and worst wher 
1 ;eonfltrjjctod of biack p6/celain. A black porcelain tea-pot 



|ll days, 



MAY, 

Tell me, ye woods and smiling plains, 

Ye blessed birds around ; 
In which of nature's wido domains-, 

Can bliss for man be found ? 



1834, ■ 



#New Moon, 3th day, 3h 34m evening, 
D Fii-st Quarter, 16th day, 3h 3m morning: 
OFull Moon, 2-2cl day, 6h 10m evening-, 
C Last Quarter, 30th day, 4h 3m morning. 



U I CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 

5 St. Philip and St. James. \4 

6 Battle of Liitzen ,1813 |4 

7 Hav^re deirrace 6wm/,l 8 1 Sj4 
E 5th Sunday after Easter. r4 

2 ^Apogee. 4 

3 4 



* 

rises 



* 

sets. 



Fi 



Dj D 
Pl'r. &s. 



59,7 
58,7 
56 j7 
55,7 
54 7 
527 



Bihh SdGxety formed, 1 8i)8'4 5 1 j7 



12i|3j D runs high* 



|13 
14 
15 

'16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 

'23 
^24 
'25 
26 
'27 
,28 
29 



Asc. Day, Holy Thurp. 

Columhus sailed from Ca- 

[diz, 1501 

E;Sun. after Asc. Day. 5 Q 



50 7 
487 
467 
45 7 
44 7 
43 7 



31 



Whit v>unday. 

(^ Per. Co/i/?nit2-s died 1 506 

Island of St. Helena c?z5-| 

[covered, 15T)2 

Trinity Sun. Convention 
I) runs \ow.[inet at Phila- 
[delphia, \7&1 
Wm. Pitt born, 1759 
\Charles II borru 1630 



'50 e\Peacein Evrofc, 1814 



7!Jo/m Elliot. J). D. h, 1754 



38'7 
377 
36 7 
35 7 
34 7 
337 
327 
32,7 



.'^1 
30 
29 

29 
28 
27 
27 



^! 

4 
5 
6 
8 
9 

10 
12 
14 
15 
16 
17, 



Bonaparte takes P^itfinHA 41 7 19 

[1809 4 407 20 

[1794 4 39,7 
Great frost in JVexd En^.A 



21 

22 

23' 

24' 

25 

26 

27 

28' 

28 

29 

30 

Slj 

31i 

32 

83| 

33 



i2 
X|2 
Xi3 
X'3 



8 
38 
5 
27' 
50' 
12 
4 34 
D set. 
4 



8 
9 
10 
11 



8 
10- 

8^ 



morn. 
1 

45 
22 
58 
26. 
55 
21 
51' 
rise, 
30, 
38 
38' 
27 i 






1 
1 

2 
2 
3 
3 
D 
8 
9 
|10 

!ii 

'morn. 

9 
6 40 

1 9 
1 3i 



m^.MLmJ smmcmmm 



^1S34; JUNE, 6th month. 

farmer's calendar. 
*' O ! thou prince of the rolling year, 
Delightful Spring, let me appear 

Oft votive at thy shrine ; 
For soon wilt thou to summer's hand, 
Grave matron with the amber wand 
The rosy hours resign. 

Industry and virtue are the best legacies which pa-i' 
Tcn^s can bequeathe to their offspring ; the only sure- 
defence against misfortune. In these days of fine ac-i 
coraplishments, the accomplishments of the drawing; 
room are muc'i more attended to than those of tlie^ 
kitchen and the farm yard. How many there are,; 
who in their over anxiety to render their daughters: 
accomplished in the first sense of the word, render; 
them useless members of society. How many there^ 
are who cultivate the pride instead of the humility of, 
itheir children — who render them morose, disdainful! 
and disagreeable, instead uf training them up in such 
a. way as to make them useful, & enable them to shc^a 
ihalo of happiness as far as their influence m.ay extend. 
Let those who superintend the education of the youngj 
W careful rightly to fulfil the trust reposed in them.j 
On them depend the good of community'- and the hap-; 
piness of individuals. Let tlicm bcw^are how they; 
trifle with either. [ 

Your gardens and your cornfields now demand yourj 
principal attention. Eradicate the noxious we^si 
from amon;^ your vegetables, and the noxious vices, 
from your bearts. The analogy of the natural and, 
.moral world is worthy of observation. i 

iis the worst conceivable material for that vessel, inas-. 
much as both its material and color are good radia-, 
tors of heat, and the liquid contained in it cools ^vith thei 
greatcBl possible rapidity. On the other liand, a brifht; 
'metal tea-pot is best adapted for the purpose, because it isi 
the worst radiator of heat, and therefore cools as slowly asi 
possible. A polished silver brass or tea urn is better adap-t 
ted to retain the heat of the water than one of a dull brownj 
color, such as is most commonly used. A tin kettle re- 



■!¥««« 



K) days, 



JUNE, 



The 'oild birds caro'ld o'er my head, 
The breeze around me blew ; 

And nature's awful chorus said, 
No bliss for man she knew. 



©New Moon, 7th day, 5ii 6m morning. 
D First Quarter, 14tli day, 8h 11m morning. 
GFull Moon, 21st day, 3h 31m mornmg. 
C Last Quarter, 2 8th day, 9h 6m evenmg. 

To 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 

n 

12 

o 

o 
14 
15 
16 

17^ 

IS^ 
19 5 
20 

-2f 

22 
23 
24 
i25 
'2C 
'27 
;28 
■29 
30 



^ } CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 

fist Sun. alter 'i'rm. 
* y d Sup. 



^ 1 * 
risesisets. 



Ap 



.3 

4 

5 

6 

:4i eclipsed invisible. 
E 2d Sun. after Trin. 
2! D runs high. 



Pea^e with Tripolii 1805 
Doniface. 



D Q 



26.7 

2517 
35|7 
24' 7 
24' 7 
23i7 37 
23', 7 37 
22 7 
2217 



34 
35 
35 
36 
36 



3'jo/in IVcodbridge h. 17184 22 7 
Wi 4 21 

5 Horace IValpoleh. 1717 ]4 21 
G^Eruption of Vesuvius '94 ,4 21 
1 Battle of Marengo, 1800 4 21 
E'3d Sunday after Trinity. 4 20 
2® Perigee. 4 20 

Battle Bunker Hill, 1775 4 20 
War with England, ^SX'H 4 20 
Gen. Greene died. 1786 4 20^ 
^ g [mer begins. 4 20|7 

^ runs low. D ecl.vis.SuM-4 20|7 
4th Sunday after Trinity. 4 20,7 40 

4 20i7 40 
Yrdiv. St. John the Bdp. 4 20 7 40 

4 20,7 40 

Wm.lVhegan to reign, A 20; 7 40 

[18304 20i7 40 

l\Batileof MenmoutKMI^A 20i7 40 

El5th Sunday alter Trinity. 4 21 7 39 

2'eApogee. 4 2ll7 39 



38 
38 
38 
39 
39 
39 
39 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 




2 

25 i9 57 

2d|i0 44 

1 ^|11 27 

1 vQ, morn. 




ISM. JULY, 7th month . 

farmer's calendar. 
" Arid now ten thousand minstrels rise, 
To usher in the morning skies, 
With splendid drap'ry hung; 
For hark, on every leafy bush, 
The lark, sweet robin and the thrush, 
Lift hin-h to heaven their song. 

A little money is a very g66d thing in the outset of! 
life, if a man have wisdom to make a right and judi- 
'cious u.-^e rsC it. But the head and the pocket musll 
balance irell ; the scales must be equipoised ; for if 
■one or the ether kick the beam, a loss will, in most ca- 
ses eiisue-. If y6u have too little wit, the world )j-ill 
overre.ich you'; if too much, you will outwit yourself.! 
In either case, ten chances to one-, your purse ,'^'or rath-; 
'^r the contents of if, will slip thrbiigh your fingers.! 
Among the dangers to whrch herieditary" wealth subi 
jects us are pride-, indole'n^-e, extravagance, and thei 
smaller the portion <3 four inheritance the mOre dangei^ 
IS there. But what is most extraojdinaty is-j that thcsci 
very evils are often nursed up in the satne vA'adle ^Sth! 
jthe child, cherished with his growth and instilled into' 
all his habits as he passes through the routine 'Of his! 
education, by parental care and misjudging affectionj 

Haying and harvesting are now the order of the; 
lay, and it is busiffess that cannot well be put off bi-i 
'idjournmci'it. ,^' i 

;taii..s the heat of Water Veiled in it more eficcttially7if i^t hd 
|kcpt clean and polished, than if it be allowed to coHect thri 
|«oot and smoke, to which it is exposed from the actionof 
|the fire. When coaled with this, its surface becemcs rough 
jand black and is a poWerfnl radiator of heat. A set of" 
ipohshcd fire-irons may remain for a long time in frent of 
(a hot fire, without receiving from it any increase t>f temper-! 
ature beyond that of a chamber, becaiise the h^at tadiSed! 
!by the fire is all reflected by the polished surface of the! 
jirona and none of it is absorbed ; but if a set «^rou^h un-' 

Ijpolished irons were similarly placed, they would become 
speedily so hot, that they could not b« used without incon-j 
jvenience. The polish of fire-irons is, therefore, not mercH 
.^"^attpr of ornament, hut of uf.e and convenience. Thcif 



si days, JULY, ' 183?^ 

I question'd Love, whose early ray 

So rosy bright appears ; 
And heard the timid genius say. 

His light was dinnin'd with tears. 

_ New Moon, 6th day, 4h 2"-2m evehitig; 
I D First Quarter, 13th day. Oh 24m eveningi 
GFull Moon, 20th day, ^h 26m evening, 
d Last Quarter, 28th day, 2h I7m evening. 



^ CALENDAR, ASPfeCtS, 6iC. 



D 
r. &s. 



2*4: Visitation B* V. Mary. 

3 5 Fort Erie taken, )S] 3 
j 4i 6 Independence y 1776 
^ 5 7: D Q 

6 E;6th Sunday after Trinity. 

7 2 ? Gr. Elong. > runs high. 
8' 3, 

9^ Jjefeat of Braddock^ 1755 
I0| 5i • 1 

n 6 # Perigee. | 

12 r. 

is! j&itth Sunday after Trinity. 
14 2ilcr. France cotii. 1789 
15! 3, 

16"*4 Flio;ht of Mahomet, 622 
17 5/. Whtti horni 1674 

7 D runs high. 
E 8th Sunday after Trinity. 
2 Iiiquis.re-csiah. Spain 1814 

2j^' 



Gibralter taken, 1/04 



8 
:I9 
20 
21 

i22 

f^ , 

j24 5 Jo/i72 P. Curran b. 1730 

r25 6 .S^ James. 

m 1] 

27' E 9th Sunday aft^^r Trinity 
'2S\ 1 # Apogee.* 
29' 3 

Wm. Pennditd, 17 IS 



21 
22 
22 
22 
23 
23 
24 
24 
25 
25 
26 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
4 31 
4 32 
33 



LSO* 4 



34 
35 
36 
36 
37 
38 
S9 
40 
42 
43 
44 
45 



3Sf 

38 

38 

38 

37 

37 

96 

36 

35 

35 

34 

34 

33 

32 

31 

SO 

29 

23 

27 

26 

25 

24 

24 

23 

22 

21 

20 

18 

17 

16 

15 



t 
t 

6v5 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 



X 
X 

cp 

y 

o 
61 n 



3 
26^ 
55; 
29: 

3 7: 

i) set.! 

8 41; 

9 24: 

10 1 

10 34 

11 1 
11 S(} 
11 57; 
morn; 
23 

56 

1 31; 

2 13 

3 5, 
D rise: 

8 36 

9 9 

9 37 

10 1 

10 23; 

10 44 

11 5- 
11 29 
11 54' 
morn.' 
23 



1834. AUGUST, 8ih month . 

farmer's cale>^dar. 
" Now oft is seen, at early dawn, 
The milk-maid on the dewy lawn, 

With merry heart so gay ; 
WiiG, as she 'climbs the adjacent stile, 
She hums a ditty to beguile 
The tedious time away. 

The farmer now reaps the reward of his well di- 
'rected industry. But tliis reward cannot be securedj 
'without the continuance of the most laborious exert#n.[ 
He must now brave the intensity of the scorching sun,] 
nor shrink at the sultry calm and a stagnant atmos-| 
phere. But while you" are burning without, be cau-! 
tious how you consume yourselves by kindling up a| 
Ifire within by pouring dow^n ardent spirits. He would; 
te deemed not only a fool, but a mad man, who, amidi 
the conflagration of a city, should attempt to pres^-e| 
his own house by setting fire to the interior orit.j 
What shall wethensay of those, who drink /j^iruZ^rd toj 
protect them against the so/rt?-? While the energicf^j 
of the body are now exhausted by heat and labor,: 
great caution is necessary to preserve the boc(y in 
health. Drinking freely of cold -vrater when in pro-| 
fuse perspiration has not unfrequently laid the founsla-l 
tion of an incurable consumption, and has poraetimes| 
produced immediate death. 

Secure your garden seeds as they become ripe. It 
is much cheaper to save them than to buy ; and be- 
sides, you are much more sure of getting good ones. 



ifough, unpolished poker, sometimes used in a kitchenjte" 
comes speedily so hot that it cannot be held without pain. 
!A close stove, intended to warm an apartment, should not 
ihave a polished surface, tor in that case, it is one of the! 
worst radiators of heat, and nothing could be contrived 
\o^s fit for the purpose to which it is applied. On tlie oth- 
i'jr hand, a rough unpolished surface of cast iron, i= favora-J 
ble to radiation, and a fire in such a stove will ahvays pro 
duce a most powerful cfTccL — Cabinet Cyclopedia — !Pr.| 
jZ,arJner on Heat. 



eam 



















31 days, AUGUST, 1834 


I questioned friendship : Friendship sighed, j 


And thus her answer gave : 


The few whom fortune never tried, 


Are withered in the grave. I 


©New Moon, 5th day, Ih 44fn morning. 


D First Quarter; 11th day, 5h '22m evening. 


OFull Moon, 19th day, 3h 20m morning. 


dLast Quarter, 27th day, 6h 55m morning. 


a 
g 




CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. j^^* ^ ^*^^ 


SiPl 


D 1 

r.&sJ 


r 


'6 


D Q 


4 46 7 14 


6 


n 


1 1 


2 7 


D runs high. 


4 47 7 13 


6 


25 


1 46] 


3iE 


1 Sunday after Trinity. 


4 48 7 12 


6 2o 


2 42j 


4 2 


* ^ d Inf. 


4 4917 11 


6 a 


3 46 


14 


Battle of Brov}Tistoicn,'4 50 7 10 


6 'a 


D set. 


[18124 517 9 


6,TTK 


8 32 


7\ 5 


® Perigee. 


4 53 7 7 


^W 


9 3 


8! 6 


Geo. Canning died, 1827 


4 54 7 6 


^M 


9 33 


9i 7 




4 55 7 5 


5!- 


10 


lOiE 


1 1th Sunday after Trinity. 


4 56 7 4 


5;- 


10 28 


111 2 




4 577 3 


5jTTl 


10 57 


lii!^ 


Geo. IV. born, 1762 


4 58:7 2 


5 TT]_ 


11 31 


Gen. Wolf killed, 1759 


5 07 


5 ^ 


morn. 


14! 5 


1> 8 


5 1,6 59 


4|;P 


11 


15! 6 


D runs low. 


5 3 


6 57 


A.^fS 


59 


16; 7 


Ba^. o/ Bennington, 1 777 


5 4 


6 56 


4;V5' 


1 54 


17|E 


I2th Sunday after Trinity. 


5 6 6 55 


4 /w 


2 58 


isi 2 




5 7 6 53 


4 '^^ 

^ 1 /w 


4 


19i 3 

20r4 


Gurriere taken, 1812 


5 8 6 52 


3!0X 


D rise 


BofiZe 071 the Miami, '94 


5 10 6 50 


3;x 


8 3 


^1' 5 


y Gr. Elong. Virginia 


5 J2 6 48 


3jX.8 25 


22; 6 


[massacre, 1831 


5 14 6 46 


3jT,8 47 


'23| 7 




5 16 


6 44 


2jfp,9 9 


34; E 


13th S afTrin. Battle of 


5 17 


6 43 


2 T,9 31 


:25 £ 


# ap. [ Bladenshurgh, 1814 


5 19 


6 41 


2 


"6 


9 54 


^26, S 




5 21 


6 39 


2 


8 


10 21 


|27^4 


Bffff /e o/ Long IsZ«n(?, '76 


5 22 


6 38 


1 


n 


10 55 


•28! 5 


D Q 


5 23 6 37 


1 


n 


11 36 


'29i 6 


D runs high. 


5 24 


6 36 


1 


n 


morn. 


30 


7 




5 25 


6 35 





2S 


26 


31 


E 


14th Sunday af Trinity. 


5 26 


6 34 


25 


1 24 



i _ i _L_g M t ii ri i ■iiii v ii j ir i fi i rrT-fw 



1834. - ~ SEPTEMHEK, JKh month.' 



farmer's cax-endar. 



•' More could ray muse's feeble powers 
Impart, what makes the gilded hours, 

Wliere blissful summer reigns; 
But conscious that enough's been tried 
By Thompson, Scotia's classic pride, 

Who suns the rural strains. 



The great Franklin declared that time xvas money \ 
iind he proved his declaration not only to be true, 
IHut more thah true ; lor he showed conclusively thai; 
itime would purchase money, but that money would not 
buy lime. Another saore said that time Was his estate.[ 
and surely if well used it is our most valuable possess 
ion. But like all good things it is liable to abuse, andj 
all depends upon the manner in ■U'hich it is used^^nd; 
especially at this season when the productions of the, 
soil arc to be secured. The wasting of a little time — a: 
few day3 neglect, may render abortive the labor oH 
weeks. It is surely enough to make ones heart sick; 
to pass by the fields of some wlio call themselves far-^ 
mers, and witness their negligence and waste. A« a 
scolding shit (and these two characters are u^jjtllv, 
•united in the same person,) is the most abhorrent ob-i 
object among the female sex, so an unprincipled.} 
careless sloven is the most disgusting and despicable' 
iamongour Own. ^ome people lose by laziness and! 
jieglect, more than three times the expense of securing 
all their crops. I could mention a man in my own 
Jncighborhood-^but I forbear — his stofy shall not ^m] 
year be told. — He shall be spared, with the hope that 
these friendly hmts will produce a reform. 



1 HOW TO CHEAT THE MOON. 

j Some farmers are very careful to sow their Spring cropH 
and gardens at a proper time of the moon, and thus fre 
quently anticipate, Or pass over the best pcason of th«! 
year. By attending to the following directions, tlie y*es 
cape all the inconvenience arising from the inlluence of tht| 
Tuoon : — 

\ Select some fair day, as near the usual time of sowing aFj 
po«5iblo — rise^ very earlv in the morning, and sow youij 



30 days, 



SEPTEMBER, 



1834. 



I asked if Vice could bliss bestow ; 

Vice boasted loud and well ; 
But fading from her withered brow, 

The borrowed rosos fell. 



©New Moon, 3d day, lOh Om morning, 
]) First Quarter, 10th day, Oh 35m morning. 
OFull Moon, 17th day, 6h 2?m evening. 
d Last Quarter, 25th day, IDh I5m evening. 



'-j CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &G. 



rises sets. 



15 276 33 
Londcn}5 286 32 
[1666|5 29|6 31 
6 29| 



'■2\Giles 

"^^ Great Fire in 

% 

5 # Perigee . Boxer tak. 1813 5 31 

6 Ut Cong, at Fhilad. 1774 5 32 

7 5 
E 15th Sunday af Trinity. 

2 Nativity of B. V. Ma 
^ [ry»'5 

"'d Q Bat. Lake Erie, 1813 ,5 

5 Bat. of Plaitshurgh, 1814 5 

6 D runs low. j5 

7 Battle of Quebec, 1759 
E 16th Sunday af Trinity. 



17 

18| 

20 



21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
25 
27 



W^Jarn^s U died, 1701 



% i^ d Inf. 



Bat. of Stillwater, im 
(8>Apo. Carrolhom, 1737 5 556 
nth Sunday af Trinity. 19 576 



Autumn begins. 
D Q 
Arnold deserted, 1780 

D runs high. 



28 EjlSth Sunday af Trinity. 

29, 21 

30 ^^Yorktoxtin invested, 1781 



F 



D 

r.&s. 



281 
33|6 271 
35'6 25! 
376 23! 
386 22| 
40^6 2Qi 
416 19 
436 
456 
476 
486 
496 
506 
526 
546 



17 
15 

13 
12 
11 
10 

8 



596 
06 
15 
35 
45 
65 
75 
95 



6 

5 

3 

1 



59 

57 

56! 

54l 

53| 

511 



a 



33 i 

46 

sets, 

30 j 

58! 
27! 
571 

3o; 
9 

55 

y5>|U 49 
\/5) morn. 
V5'iO 441 

1 51 

2 5Ci 



3 

D 

7 

7 

8 

8 

9 

10 

110 



6lcp 

6|t 



4 
D 
16 
7 
7 
7 
8 
8 
9 

10 
11 

25 morn. 
9r^0 12 

9.rti 22 



i; 

rise! 
50 
12 
34 
58 
25 
53 
29 
15 
10 



105 50,10 nj^ 2 38= 



■■■<*9* 



!!^ 



[11834. OCTOBER, 10th month. 

farmer's calendar. 
" Now Autumn comes wth russet pride, 
With laughing Bacchus at lier side 

The sod of social glee ; 
Whoseliand the l)rim-full goblet rears, 
That dissipates all mental cares. 
In mirth and jollity. 

Look at the groves, and behold how changed ! The'; 
mellow and lovely green is now changed to the sickly 
brown, yellow and red, and the leaves are falling in 
rapid succession sear and withered to the ground. 
What an emblem of human decay and mortality l^Like 
the leaves ' ' the generations of men drop from the 
stage of life and are blended with the dust from whence 
they sprung. Let this instructive lesson remind us| 
that we too are fading and transitory — that like the pale 
dower and the tender plant we must fade, and droop 
-ind die. All flesh is grass, and the goodliness thereof 
is as the flower of the field. The grass soon wither- 
eth and the flower soon fadeth."' Yes, our time is; 
>hort. Let us then not waste it on trifles, but improve 
jsvery portion of it to the best advantage. We have 
not only our temporal affairs to engage our attention, 
but our eternal interests. We have not only to erad- 
icate noxious weeds from the earth but noxious pas- 
sions from the heart. AA^e have not only to cultivate 
jur fields, but also our moral sensibilities, and irlbul- 
ties, and we have much to do to fit us for the society 
jf the pure in heart. Let us be kindly afiectionedonei 
towards another, and especially towards our in^^cnt 
neighbor. Despise him not because he is poor. We, 
)urselves may be brought to this low estate. Riches! 
may be the lot of the good or the base. They are not 
IS they are usually considered, the true criterion of 
merit ; and, whoever he is that scofls at poverty and 

misfortune, deserves not the name o^ human. 

seed boldly. Cover all up carefully, before night, making; 
the land appear smooth and even. When the moon comes, 
on next evening, she will be unable to determine whethe 
the field has been sown or not, and will, therefore bestov 
on it neither bad or sood. 



3 



i3i days, 



OCTOBER, 

I sought of Feeling, if her skill 

Could soothe the wounded breast; 

And found her mourning, faint, and still 
For other's woes distress'd. 



1834. 



^New Moon, 2d day, 6h 11m evening. 
D First Quarter, 9th day, 1 Ih 10m morning. 
OFiill Moon, 17th day,'' 1 Ih 35m morning. 
C Last Quarter, 25th day, 1 Ih S7m morning. 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
111 

'Pi 

I-: 

'i3: 
19; 

20| 
21! 

;22, 

,23! 

.241 

25; 

■261 

:27i 

23 1 
.29! 
^30| 
'31 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 



Major Andre hanged, 'SC 
©rerjgee. 

Battle of Gennantown, "71 
19th Sund. af Trin. Gen. 
[Proctor defeated, 1813 
D Q 

]> runs low. Battle of Sa- 
[vannah, 1779 

20th Sunday af Trinity. 
Queenstown battle, 1812 
Wm. Penn horn, 1 644 

[rendered, 1777 
©Apogee. Burgyone sur- 
Battle of Le ipsic, 1813 
21st S af Trinity. Ccn-n- 
[wallis taken, 1731 
Battle of Trafalgar, 1805 
D Q Battle Red Bank, 'n 

? Gr Elong. D runs high. 
Macedonian taken, 1812 
22d Sunday af Trinity. 

St. Simon and St. Jude. 
Sir W. Raleigh behead. 
[1618 
League bet.Fr.8f Am.lllS 



rises' sets. 'F.IPl I 

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12 5 
14 5 
16'5 
17|5 
19;5 
20'5 
22:5 
23J5 
25i5 
26'5 
2715 
29'5 
30'5 
32!5 
34;5 

36;5 

37 i 5 
3915 

40|5 

42|5 
43 5 

45|5 
465 
4715 
49J5 

50J5 
51j5 
525 
545 
56j5 
575 



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46; 

44 

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38' 
37 
35; 
34' 
33; 
31, 
30 
28 
26 
24 
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21| 
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15 
14 
13 
11 
10 

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' D sets 
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;6 5: 

;7 26 

:8 3 

'§ 4; 

9 40i 

10 40; 

11 431 
morn. 
48! 



53; 

57! 
59| 
58; 



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6 

'8 

9 

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morn. 

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25 
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28! 
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29 

46 

4 

22! 



\SM. ' NOVEMBER, llth month.' 



FARMER S CALE>'DAR. 

" Again, o'er many a hill and plain, 
Rich Ceres spreads her bounteous reign, 

And waves her golden wand ; 
To fill with joy the human heart, 
And sweetest blessings to impart, 

To man's ungrateful hand. 



This is the last month of Autumn, ai^d'the prudent 
is on the look out for winter and is making all his ar-^ 
rangements accordirigly. His farniing utensils are a 
safely laid up urjder shelterrr-his vegetables are depos-j 
ited in his cellar ai)d his cellar is well seeurcd fronii 
frost. Nor is this all^-rinstead of stuffing his shattered* 
windows with old rags and old hats, he throws awayj 
die latter and sells the former for paper rags, and re-j 
places all the broken panes with whole ones. This is; 
economy with the comfort of a comfortable room in 
winter weather. If there is time before wii^tersetsinj 
employ it in putting things in order for your spring's! 
work. Stones ma 3^ be dug, fencing sfuffs prepared^ 
ttc. Ah! an4 yQu may look back with the lo<ik oH 
charity upon your ir^digcrft neighbor. Go4, by hles-j 
Ising the labour of your hands, has giyen you the pow-| 
er of blessing others, and while you are ci^joying thci 
blessings given, fail not to secure to yourself the great-j 
ier blessing of bestowing, for verily it is mcfre hlessea 
to give than to receive. 



It u important that the land be thoroughly dried, so tha 
it can be made to appear natural. j 

I Whenever wheat turns to che«8, it is done by the influ-' 
ence of the moon. By attending to the above directions.^ 
sowing clean 8ee<l, this evil may 4I80 be avoided. — Genesea 
Farmer 

A virtuous educatioi>, and habits of industry, make s{ 
'better inheritanco for children than a great estate. "We are^ 
jverj' solicitous to acquire property, but too often care but 
little what sort of heirs we leave it to. ii 



h 



Some will acq^mre property by selling brick, dust, others 
II become poor by selling gold dust. 



30 days, 



NOVEMBER. 



1834. 



I questioned Virtue — Virtue sighed, 
No boon could she dispense ; 

Nor yirtue was her name, she criodj 
But humble Penitence. 



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3' 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 
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12 

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15 
16 
17 

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20 
21 
22 

hi 

25 

26 
27 
2S 
29 
30 



New Moon, 1st day, 3h 16m morning. 
]> First Quarter, Sth'day, lli 39m morning. 
OFuU Moon, 16th day, 5h 57m moining. 
d Last Quarter, !23d day, lOh 45m evening 
©New Moon, 30th day , Ih 57m evenjng. 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 



rises! sets.'iF.'Pl'r. &,s. 



^I'uM Saints. @ Peri:5ee.,6 
E'-23d 3 afTrin.^ Gr Elon.7 

2,i>e3 i7 

S Defeat of St. Clair, 1791 17 
4 D runs low. |7 

51 , |7 

6,Pen.sacola taken, 1314 7 

7- 

E 24th S af Trin. Montreall 



►Apogee. 



[taken, 1775 7 
7 

7 

7 



[Washington taken, 1776(7 
25th S. af Trinity. Fortl 

|7 

D Q For^ Lee ahandoned,'J 
[17767 

J runshia;h. [7 

* « d Inr. |7 

1 7 

26th Sunday afTrmity. j7 

l7 

JVeio- Forfe evacuated, '815 7 

7 
7 
7 

.^Perigee. -7 

Advent Sun. 



5.81 

i 

3| 
5 



6i4 

7|4 
9|4 



5k eel. vis. 7 3114 



10 

^M 

13 
14i 

151 

16! 
I8i 
19| 
201 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
25 
27 
28 
28 
29 
30 



216 
016 
59 16 
58 16 
5746 
55:15 
5416 
53! 16 
51;16 
50 16 
494 6 
47! 16 
46 1 5 
45 15 



,rii Dsets 



441 
42 
41 



10 
11 

X morn 
47 



XI 


51 


cp 2 


31 


T3 


52 


^ 4 


52 


b s 


52 



4015 
39!l4 
38'l4 
37^14' 
3644 
3513 
3413 
3313 
32,12 
3212 
31 12 
3C| 1 1 
29i 1 1 



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5S8 

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30, 

7 

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53 

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1834^ ~ DECEMBER, 12th monlh.; 

farmer's calendar. 
"But now doth Avinter's sullen storm 
Those lovely images deform, 
And sadden every grove — 
With iron grasp shake every bough 
And lay their verdant honors low, 
Nor let the streamlet move." 

Tlie year is now drawing swiftly to a close. The 
sun has retreated to the regions of the south, 
iand abandoned tJur clime to the reception of win- 
iter. The day is curtailed to a span, and the night, 
•cold and dreary, has reached her utmost don.inion.j 
The long, lorng evenings now afford the tillers of the| 
'soil thei?most favorable opportunity for mental cnlti-j 
vation. But, alas, this precious season is too often! 
trifled away in vain and frivulous amusements. If de- 
ivoted to serious and instructive conversation, or tothci 
ireading of suitable books, the consequences which| 
'might result would be incalculable in their valuej 
Heads of lam.ilies and others have now a favorable op-, 
portunity to aid those under their care in the acquisi-} 
jtion of knowledge and to prepare them for the practice: 
of virtue — to warn them against the least deviation 
from the path of rectitude and truth — (o caution them; 
against the extravagancies of the day — to inspire 
them with the love of country — a veneration for ilsi 
institutions and a devotion to its service — to initiatej 
them into habits of industry, frugality and simplicity, 
iand to qualify them to act their part with honor to 
ithemselves, their connexions and their country, and to 
fit them so to live that they shall cjuit this world withj 
the consciousness of having performed their duty here, 
and with the assurance of unending happiness hereaf- 
iter. 



Artificial Wants are more numerous, and lead to 
more expense than natural wants ; for this cause, the rich 
are oflen in greater want of money than those who have- 
but a bare competence. j 

In the morning think what thou hast to do, and at night?; 
pask thyself what thou hast done. | 



SI days, 



DECEMBER, 



1834. 



I questioned Death — -the grisly shade 

Relaxed his brow severe : 
And 'I am happiness,' he said, 

'If Virtue guide thee here.' 

D First Quarter, 7th day, 7h 52m eyening. 
OFull Moon, 16th day,* Oh 4in morning. 

C Last Quarter, 23d day, 7h 59m morning. 
UNew Moon, 30th day, 2h 29m morning. 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, 8cC. 



Ill 

I 4' 
' 7 

»i 

10 
Hi 
12 

13; 

14 

15| 
16 
17l 
18 

19: 

20| 
•21 1 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
23! 
'29 
;30 
?31 



2,D S 
3| 

4 D runs bv?. 

5 Rev, John Cotton b. 1585 

6 Robei't Harleyborn, 1661 

E 2d Sunday in Advent. 
2i 

3 John Milton born, 1608 

4 Fort George blown up 

5 ©Apogee. [1313 
6 

7 Dr. Johnson died, 1784 
E 3d S in Ad. Washington 

2; D Q D cgI. yis. [died, '99 
^Tea des. at Boston, 1773 
4 D runs higli. Embargo. 
5| [1813 

GFert JViagara taken, 1813 
7:% ? 6lni\ 

E;4th Sunday in Advent. 
2-WiNTER BEGINS. Landins; 
3 
4 



* I 5K tjjcjDI J> 
rises. sets.i FiPl'r. &. s. 

7 



5 Christmas Day. 
6|S^. Stephen. 



33 
34 
36 



27i]0lv5',6 



36 4 
36 4 
37 '4 
374 

38:4 

38 4 
384 
38 '4 

39 4 
39 4 
39 '4 
49|4 
404 



40 
40 
40 
40' 
40r4 



20 
25 
24 
24 
23 
23 
22 
22 
22 
22 
2li 

21{ 
21! 
20' 
20; 
20; 
20' 
20! 
20! 



9 

6 

9 

17 

251 
33 
39 



10 m 
10ox3 

9^9 

9oocilO 

8X|ll 
8 X 'morn. 
7T0 41 

7t;i 

6 ^^'2 
6'yi3 
5' )^ '4 
5'n|5 



4jn;6 
4n']) 

3,2c ,5 
32d;g 
2a'7 
26l9 
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42! 
42 
44 
40 1 
49; 
riseli 
44 
461 
51 
3 
16 
28 



[at Plymouth, 1620 7 404 £0 O'^morn. 



Perigee. 
E 1st Sunday af Christmas. 

I 

4 ]) runs low. 



40;4 20S.U0 41 

20 O'^l 55 

20 l!Tt|3 10 

20; 1 TT[ 4 27 

20 2 / 5 44 

21 2if 6 56 
21 3V5' Dsetsl 
21 3V5'5 55 



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40,4 
404 

404 
394 
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39 4 



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MEMORANDUM FOR JANUARY 



1 

3 
4 
5 



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12 
13 

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20 

21 

;22 

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MEMORANDUM FOR FEBRUARY. 



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MEMORANDUIVrFOR APRIL. 



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32 

MEMORANDUM FOR iMAY. 



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22 
23 

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MEMORANDUM FOR JULY. 



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11 



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18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
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MEMORANDUM jFOR, AUGUST 



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20 

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22 

23 

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8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 

:i4 

15 
16 
17 

18 
19 
20 
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22 
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;25 

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MEMORANDUM FOR OCTOBER. 



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5' 

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19 
]20 

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251 
261 
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39, 

MEMORANDUM :F0R DECEMBER^ 
1 

2 
3 
4 
5 

6 

7] 
8 
9 
10 

n - 

13 
14^ 
15' 
\6\ 

17| 
18^ 
:19 
20 
21 
22 

:23; 

24 

25 

26 

27' 

28i 

29 

30 ^^^ 

l3.| 



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40 

POULTRY. 

Fowls of every sort may be profitably fed on boiled po'^ 
tatoes and meal mixed. Hene which do not lay' in winter 
should have access to pounded bones, oyster shells, or some 
other matter which contains lime, in some of its compounds, 
because something of the kind , is necessary to form the 
"shells of eggs, which are composed of the phosphate]_of 
jlirae. 

I Cobbett observes that pullets are the best laying hens in 
1 winter. At any^rate, let them not be more than two years 
Sold. They should be kept in a warm place, 'and not letj 
out 'even in the day time in wet weather ; for one good 
sound wetting will keep them back a fortnight. The dry 
'cold, even the severest cold, if dry, is'less injurious than ev- 
en a little wet in],winter time. If the feathers get wet in; 
lour climate in winter, or In short days, they do not get^dry 
ifor a long time ; and" this is what kills many of ou»-^owls 
I It has been said that poultry, as well as pigs, are much 
ibenefitted by placing charcoal broken into small'pieces, in 
situations to which they have access. Tliis substance, it is 
jsaid, will add to their appetites and helps digestion ; and 
las it is cheap and cannot possibly be injurious,Jt may be 
jadvisable to use it as a constituent^ of their food. Whitej 
cabbages'chopped up are very good for all sorts of poultry 

iTHEfMOOlN^AND THE WEATHER. 
We are among those who believe that^the^ atmosphere, 
if not under the immediate influence of our beautiful and 
|ever-changing satellite, has changes ^ which correspond_|to'' 
jcertain ""positions of that planet. And, since it has], beenl 
demonstrated that the moon acts upon the ocean in suchi 
■a manner as to cause its rise'"and fall \ at j regular^and cer- 
tain'periods, why^hould; it, be^ thought so very old-woman- 
ish^to suppose that a similar'power'may act upon the aerialj 
;fluid ? At any rate, we are glad to find that so learned and, 
scientific a man as the late Adam Clarke was not ashamed! 
Xo indulge similar notions, asjhe following extract from hisj 
I writings will testify : 

I From'my earliest\hildhood, I was bred up on a'littlc; 
jfarm, which I was taught to care for and cultivate evei^ 
since I was able to spring the rattle, use the whip, manage 
the sickle, orjiandle' the spade'; and as I found that much 
of our success depended on a proper knowledge and man- 
^agemcnt of the weather, I was led to study it ever since l 



was eight years of age. I^believe meteorology is'a natura^. 
science, and oiie'of the first that is studied ; and that eveiy 
child in the country makes, untaught, some progress in it : 
lat least, so it was with me. I had actually learned, by si-i 
lent observation, to form good conjectures concerning the 
coming weather, and, on" this head, to teach wisdom among; 
tb.ose who weiQ perfect, especially among such as had not 
been obhged, like me, to watch earnestly, that what Avas, 
jeo necessary to ihe family support should not be spoiled by! 
the weather before it[[^was housed. ^Many a time, even in' 
tender youth, have I watched the heavens with anxiety, ex-| 
kmined the different appearances of the morning and eve-; 
[ning sun, the phases of the moon, the scintillation of the 
stars, the course and color of the clouds, the flight of the 
crow and the swalloWj the gambols ot the colt, the flutter- 
ing of the ducks, and the loud screams |,of (he seamew — 
kiot forgetting the hue and croaking of the frog. FroKi the 
little knowledge I had derived fiom close observation, I, of- 
ten ventured to direct our agricultural opertations in refer- 
)enee to the coming days, and was seldom much mistaken 
in my reckoning. 

About twenty 'years ago, a' Table, purporting to be the 
work of the late Dr. Herschel, was variously published, pro-, 
fessing to form prognostics of the weather, by the times of 
change, full and quarters of the moon. I have careful- 
ly consulted this table for several years, and was amazed 
at its general accuracy : — for though long, as you have 
eeen, engaged in the study of the weather, I never thought 
that any rules could be devised liable to so few exception?. 
;I have made little alteration in the arrangements, illustra- 
ted it with further observations, and have sent it that you 
may insert it, as it has hitherto been confined generally to 
n few almanacs. 

A TABLE ^. . 
:For foretelling the Weather Jhrough ail^ the Lunations of 
I each Year forever. 

I This table and the accompanying remarks are the result 
bf manyf years actual observation ; the M'hole being con 
structed on a due consideration of the attraction of the 
!sun and moon, in their several positions respecting the 
tearth ; and will, by sinipie inspection, show the obser 
■ver what kind of weather will most probably follow the 
tenterance of the moon into any of its quarters, and that so 
^'le ar the truth as to he seldom or never found to fai I . 



42 



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Full Moon — or the last Quarter happens I 






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43 

Observations. 1. The nearest the lime of the Moon's 
Change, First Gtuarter, Full and Last duarter, are to mid' 
fiiight, the fairer will the weather be during the seven daysj 
jfollowing. 

I 2. The space for this calculation occupies from ten atj 
|iiight till two next morning. 
' 3. The nearer to Mid day or J^Toon, the phases of the! 
jMoon happen, the more foul or wet weather may be ex4 
^,pected during the next seven days. 

4. The space for this calculation occupies from ten inj 
jthe forenoon to two in afternoon. These observations re 
for principally to the Summer, though they effect Spring 
land Autumn nearly in the same ratio. 
j 5. The Moon's change, — First Gtuarter, — Full, — and 
{Last Gtuarter, happening during sis of the afternoon hours, 
ii. e. from four to ten, may be followed by fair weather ; but 
jtliis is mostly dependent on the wind, as is noted in the 
jtable. 

1 6. Though the weather, from a variety of irregular cau- 
jses, is more uncertain in the latter part of Autumn, the 
jwhole of Winter, and the beginning of Spring ; yet, in the 
{main, the above observations will apply to those periods' 
lalso. 

7. To prognosticate correctly especially in'those cases 
jwhere the wind is concerned, the observer should be with- 
lin sight of a good vane, where the four cardinal points of 
the heavens are correctly placed. With this precaution he 
jwill scarcely ever be deceived in depending on the table 



THE UNION. 

Maine. Andrew P. Dunlap, Governor, elected by the 
people, term one year, salary 1,500; no. of Senators 25 
|term one year ; Representatives 186, term one year, total] 
senators and representatives 211 ; pay per day, $2, Elect 
ors of President by general ticket ; seat of government at 
I Augusta; election 2d Monday in Sept. meeting of Legis 
jlature, 1st Wednesday in Jan. 

Nkwhampshire. Samuel Dinsmore, Governor, by the 
people, term one year, salary $1,200; no. of Senators 12, 
jterm one year ; Representatives 230, term one year, total 
senators and representatives 242, pay per day $2,00 ; Elec 
itors of President, by general ticket ; seat of government 
lat Concord ; election 2d Tuesday in March ; meeting Le- 
jgislature 1st Wednesday in June, 



1 



44 

Vermont. W. A, Palmer, Gov. by the people, term 1 
[year, sal. $750 ; Councillora 12, representatives 220 to 30, 
(term of both 1 year ; total councillors & reps. 232 to 42, pay 
jper day $1.50; Electors" of President, by general ticket; 
t5eat of government at Montpelier ; election Ist Tuesday 
in Sept. ; meeting Legislature 2d 'Thursday in October. 

Massachusetts. Levi Lincoln, Governor, elected by 
the people, terra one year, salary $3,666 2-3 ; Senators 40 
term one year ; Representatives 479, variable ; total sena 
tors and representdtives 519, pay per day $2,00 : Electors! 
of President, by general ticket; seat of government at 
Boston; election 2d Monday iri November, meeting Le- 
gislature, 1st Wednesday in Janiiary. I 

Rhodeisland. John B. Francis, Governor,* elected: 
by the people, term one year, salary $400; Senators 10. 
term one year : Representatives 72, term 6 mo. total sena- 
tors and representatives 82, pay per day $1,50; Electors 
of President by general ticket; seat of government at 
Providence, Newport, &c. ; elections, governor and sena- 
tors in April, representatives in April'and August ; meet 
ing Legislature 1st Wednesday in May and June, last 
Wednesday Oct. and in January. ! 

Connecticut. Henry W. Edwards, Governor, elected' 
by the people, term one year, salary $1,100; Senators 21, i 
terrri one year ; Representativ es 208, term one year ; total! 
senators and representatives 229, pay per day, senatorsi 
$2,00, Representatives $1,50; Electors of President by 
general ticket; seat of government at Hartford and Newj 
Qaven; election let Monday in April; meeting Legisla-i 
ture, 1st Wednesday in May. j 

New York. Wm. L. Marcy, Governor, elected by 
the people, term two years', salary $4,000 ; Senators $2, 
term four years ; Representatvies 128, term one year; to- 
tal senators and Representatives 160, pay per day $3,00; 
Electors of President, by general ticket ; seat of govern- 
ment at Albany ; election in October or November ; meet- 
ing Legislature, 1st Tuesday in January. 

New Jersey. Samuel L. Southard, Governor, elected 
{by the Legislature, term one year, salary $2,000 ; Sena- 
tors 14, term one 3'ear ; Representativives 50, term one 
year, total senators and representatives 64, pay per day 
$'3,00; Electors of President by general ticket; seat of 
government at Trenton ; election 2d Tuesday in October; 
meetins Legislature, 4th Tuesdav in October. 

^ — I I JIM - -./' ■?!. M -11 ' > 'i I 'i II I III' mSESSSSSm 



45 I 

I Pennsylvania. George Wolf, Governor, elected b} 
the people, term three years, salary ^4,000 ; Senators 33, 
ierm four years j Representatives 100, term one year, to- 
tal senators and Representatives 133, pay per day $3,00; 
Electors of President by general ticket ; seat of govern-] 
ment at Hanisburg ; Election 2d Tuesday in October ;j 
'meeting Legislature, 1st Tuesday in December. I 

I Delaware. David Hazard, Governor, elected by thei 
peopb, term three years, salary $1,333 1-3 ; Senators 9.1 
term four years ; Represantativss 21, term one year ; totajj 
^senators and Representatives 30, pay per day $2,50 ; Elec-i 
itors of President by Legislature ; seat of government, Do-l 
Ver ; election 1st Tuesday in October ; meeting Legisla-J 
'ture 1st Tuesday in January bienn. 

[ Maryland. G. Hayward, Governor, fleeted by thr 
Legislature, term one year, salary $3,500; Senators 15, 
iterm five years ; Representatives 80, term one year ; total 
senatdrs and Representatives 95, pay per day $4; Elect- 
jors of President by districts; seat of government An- 
inapalis ; election 1st Monday in October ; meeting Legis- 
lature last Monday in December. 

Virginia. John Floyd, Governor, elected by the Le-j 
.gislaturc, term three years, salary $3,333 1-3; Senators^ 
'32, term fouryear?; Representatives 134, term one year; 
total sena.tors ani representatives 1G6, pay per day g4: 
lE^edtors of President by general ticket] seat of govcrn- 
!iuer»i Richmond ; election in the month of April ; meet- 
'ing jLegislature 1st Monday in December. 

North Carolina. David L. Swain, Governor, clect-| 
ed by .tUe Legislature, term' one year, salary $2©00 ; SenaJ 
torg i}4, term one year; Representatives' 134, term one! 
year , .totalsenators and Representatives 193, pay per da} 
t?3 ; Electors of President by geiaeral ticket; seat of gov-i 
ernment Raleigh ; election comjijonlj in August; meetingj 
of Legislja,ture 2d Monday in November. 

SouTii Carolina. Robert Y. Hayne, Governor, 
elected by the Legislature, term two years, salary $3500; 
senators 45, term four years; Representatives 124, term 
iwo years; total senators and Represeritatives 163, pay 
per day $4 ; Electors of President by Legislature ; seat of 
government Columbia ; election 2d Monday in October ; 
meeting Legislature 4th Monday in November. 

Georgia. Wilson Lumpkin, Governor, elected by the 
people, term two years, salary $300 : Senators 78, term! 



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ione vear; Representatives 185, term one year; total sen 
lators and Representatives 263, pay per day $4 ; Electors! 
iof President by general tickcjt ; seat of g^overnment Mil- 
iledgeville; election 1st Monday in October ; meeting Lc- 
Igislature 1st Monday in November. 

j Alabama. John Gayle, Governor, elected by the peo 
jple, term two years, salary $2,000 ; Senators 22, terml 
'.three years; Representatives 72, term one year; total 
isenators and representatives S4, pay per day $4 ; Electors 
iof President by general ticket ; seat of government Tus- 
•caloosa ; election 1st Monday in August; meeting Legis- 
jlature 4th Monday in October. 

j Mississippi. Abraham M. Scott, Governor, clccte<l by 
jthe people, term two years, salary §2500; Senators 11 
'term three years ; Representatives 36, term one year ; to- 
■tal senators and representatives 47, pay per day $3 ; Elec- 
Itors of President by general ticket; seat of govenmierit 
Jackson; election 1st Monday in August; meeting Le- 
jgislature 1st -Monday in November. 

1 Louisiana. A. B. Romain, governor, elected by ikt- 
people, term tour years, salary $7500 ; Senators 17, term 
four years ; Representatives 50, term two years ; tota! 
senators and representatives 67, pay per day $4 ; Electors 
of President by the Legislature ; seat of government Ne^A 
jOrleans: election Ist Monday in July; meeting Legisla- 
ture 1st Monday in January. 

Tennessee. Vv^illiam Carroll, Governor, elected by 
the people, term two years^ salary $2000 ; Senators 20, 
•term two years; Representatives 60, term two years; to-^ 
tal senators and representatives 80^ pay per day 54; Eiec-! 
tors of President by general ticket ; seat of government' 
jNashville ; election 1st Thursday in August; njeetingj 
Legislature 3d Monday in September, biennially, [ 

Kentucky. Jonn Breathitt, Governor, elected bytht[; 
jpeople, term four years, salary $2000; Senators 38, tern I 
jfour years ; Representatives 100, term one year; total! 
senators and representatives 138, pay per day $2; Elect-| 
ors of President by geneiai ticket; seat of goyernmeni 
iFrankfoil ; deletion Ist Monday in August ; meeting- Le- 
gislature 1st Monday in November. 

! Ohio. Robert Lucas, Gcvrrnor, elected by the people, 
term two years, salary 5^1200 ; Senators 36, term twc 
years ; Representatives 72, term one year ; total senator? 
and representatives 103, pay per day $3 ; Electors of Pre- 



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sidoit by general ticket ; seat of government Columbus;! 
election 2d Tuesday in October; meeting* Legislature 1st- 
Monday in December. j 

Indiana. Noah Noble, Governor, elected by the peo-; 
ple> term three years, salary $1,000 ; Senators 30, term 
three years ; Representatives 62, term one year; total sen- 
ators and representatives 92, pay per day $2 ; Electors of 
President by general ticket; scat of government Indian- 
apolis; election 1st Monday in August ; meeting Legisla-; 
ture 1st Monday in December. j 

Illinois. John Reynolds, Governor, elected by the, 
people, term four years, salary $1,000; Senators 26, term' 
-four years; Representatives 55, term two years ; total sen-' 
ators and representatives 71, pay per da} $3; Electors of 
President by general ticket; seat of government at Van- 
dalia; election 1st Monday in August; meeting Legisla-' 
ture 1st Monday in December, bienv. j 

i Missouri. John Miller, Governor, elected by the peo-| 
pie, term four years, salary $1,500; Senators 18, term 
four years ; Representatives 49, term tv/o years ; total 
senators and representatives 67 ; pay per day $3 • Elect-' 
ors of President, by general ticket; seat of government,, 
Jefferson City ; election 1st Monday in August; meeting! 
Legislature, 1st Monday in November. 
territories. 

Florida. William P. Duval, Governor, appointed 
April 1S31, term expires April 1834. 

Michigan. George B. Porter, Governor, appointed^ 
February 1832, term expires February 1835. j 

Arkansas. John Pope, GovernO'''7!appo}i>tcd February' 
1832, term expires February 1835. ) 

Remarks — The Governors of Territories are appointed; 
by the President of the United States, with the consent of 
the Senate, for the term of three years. I 

In all the states except New Jersey, Maryland, Virgin-i 
ia, North Carolina, and South Carolina, the Governor is 
[voted for by the people ; and if no one has a majority ofi 
^all the votes, in the sta-tes in which such a majority is re-| 
tquircd, the legislature elects to the office of Governor one; 
of the candidates voted for by the people. In the state otj 
Louisiana, the people give their votes, and the legislature! 
elects one of the two candidates who have the greatest 
number of votes, I 



MMMMCaftM 



I 



United States'^ Census 
aN 19^90, 1800, 1810, JL820, 1830. 

18207 



M&ine, 1 

'■■Mass. 

N. H. I 

] Vermont, 
l' R. Island, 
Conn. 
N. York, 
N. Jersey, 
Penn. 
Delaware, 
Maryland, 
Virginia, ' 
Kentucky, 
IS. Carolina, 
["S. Carolina, 
; Georgia, '" 
Y Tennessee. 
• V7. Ter. ■ 
j N. W. Ter. 

Mississippi, 

Iii'didna, 
JD.ig. Colunfib. 

Ohio, 

Orl. Ter. 
i Louisiana, 

Illinois, 
j Michigan, 

Alabama, 

Missouri, 

Ark. Ter. 

Florida, 



1800. I 1810. 



18S0. 



1790. _^ 

"'96540 15T719, 228705 2923351 3yy462 
3418S5 4228451 472015 523387 610100 
105539' 183858! 214400 244161 1 269535 

88825 154465' 21781S] 2357641 280665' 

67946^ 69122 78931 830-59' 97210 
230020 251002 261942 275248 2977111 
3401391 586050 959040 1372812 1S23522 
184373 211149 245562 ^77575 320779 
434094' 602548' S100901049454 r330638 

59728' 642^3 72674 72749, 76739 
319710; 349692| 380546 407350 
74'7077| 8861491 874622 

73600 ■'220959' 406511 
393751! 478103 555500 
2400731 345591 415115 



82548 



36691 



162686 252433 
105602 ^1727 



\ 



45365i 
8350' 
56411 

14093 



44G913 
1065369 1213514 
564317: 720600 



638829 
502741 
340989 
422813 



73S470 
560000 
518337 
684822 



40352 
24520 
24023 

230769 
76556 
208451 153405 



75448 
147178 

33039 
581434 



12282 
4762 



55211 

8896 

12790l| 

66586 

14246 



110000; 
341582! 

98587' 
937679! 

215575 

161055 

31128 

309206 

137427 

30380 

34725 



Total, 



392 1436 1 53 197621.72 30903196379991 1283642 6 
RECAPITULATION. 



1820. 



I 1830. I Increase. 



Eastern States, 
Middle States, 
Southern States, 
Western States, 
Territories, 



1659854 
3197744 
3327494 
1414726 
56181 



1954t}»2 
4108959 
4330290 
2263107 
136611 



2y7»28 

929015 

1002796 

848381 

60430 



Total, 



I 9637999 ] 12793649 | 31 55450 



1 


' 49 " 




._^^ 


[LPITOME OF THE WHOLE POPULATION, 1830.!| 


}\ee 


White Persons. 






Males. 


Females. 


Total. 


Jnder 5 years ofjige, 


972980 


921934 


18949141 


3f 5 and under 10, 


782075 


750741 


1532816 


3f 10 and under 15, 


669734 


638856 


1308690 


)f 15 and under 20, 


573196 


596254 


1169450 


)f20 and under 30, 


956487 


918411 


1874898! 


)f30 and under 40, 


592535 


555531 


1148066 


Df 40 and under 50, 


S67840 


356046 


723836 


3r50 and under 60, 


2292S4 


223504 


452788 


Df 60 and under 70, 


135082 


131S07 


266389 


Df 70 and under 80, 


57772 


58336 


116218 


DfSO and under 90, 


15806 


17434 


32240 


3f90 and under 100, 


2041 


2523 


4564' 


Of 100 and upwards, 


301 


238 


5391 


Total num Der, 5,35 


5,133 males ; . 


3,171,1 15 females;!! 


10,526,248 free white 


persons. 






Colored Population. Slaves. 






Males. 


Females 


. Total. 


Under 10 years, 


353498 


347665 


7011631 


Of 10 and under 24, 


312567 


308770 


621337; 


pf 24 and under 36, 


185585 


185786 


371371! 


Of 36 and under 55, 


118880 


111887 


230767, 


pf 55 and under 100, 


41545 


41436 


829811 


Of 100 and upwards, 


748 


676 


1424; 


Males, 1,012,823; fer 
Colored 


nales, 996,220 


; total, 2, 


009,043.; 


Population. 


Free. 






Males. 


Females 


Total. 


Under 10 years, 


48675 


47329 


96004 


pf 10 and under 24, 


43079 


48138 


91217 


Of 24 and under 36, 


27650 


32541 


601911 


Of 36 and under 55, 


^il<21\ 


24327 


46598 


;0f 55 and under 100, 


11509 


13425 


249341 


Of 100 and upwards. 


269 


386 


6541 


i Males, 153,453 ; females, 166,146 


) ; total, 319,599. il 


i?l 


Free Whites, 


10,526,248 




i£: 


Slaves, 


: 2,009,043 




!&• 


^Free colored, 


319,599 




'O 


On board public ships, 5,31 S 


t 


!~- 


Omitted m returns, 5,^12—12,816,020. !| 



! 50 

REPRESENTATIVE NUMBERS. 

i The manner of computing numbers on -which repre 
sentation in Congress is based, is different in the slave 
holding States from what it is in the others. In th 
former, the number of wfiite persons, and tliree fifth 
of tiie slave population, make the numbers on whlcl 
the right of sending representatives is founded. Thu 
suppose a St.ite to have 640,000 white persons, an< 
4^:5,000 slaves ; three fifths of the latter are to be add 
ed to the former, making 895,000 ; and on this num 
ber such State sends representatives. The fbllowin| 
are the representative numbers according to the las 
census. Every 47,700 inhabitants sends one represen 
tative. 



Maine S994j4!Penn. 1348072 



N.Hamp. 26932 
Mass. 61C408 
R. Island, 97102 
Conn. 297665 
Vermont 2S0652 
;N.York 191857S 



Deb ware 75431 



Mississip'i 110351 
Louisiana 17190^ 



Maryl'd 405842jTennessee 62526^ 
Virginia 1023502 Kentucky, 621835 
N. Car. 639747 Ohio 937901 

S.Car. 455025 Indiana, 34303C 
Georgia 429811 Illinois, 15714€ 



N. Jersey 31 9921 1 Alabama 282507|Missouri 13041£ 



Grovernnicnt or the United ^States. 

'ANDRETvr JACKSON, Tennessee, President, salary, 

$2o,0no per annum. 

MARTIN VAN BUREN, New- York, Vice PresidcnL 
; salary, $5000 per annum. 
i Depui-tmcit of State. 

Louis M'Lane, Secretary, salary, $6000 

Daniel Brent, Chief Clerk, 2000 

Inferior Clerks 13, average salarv about 1300 

Messengers 2, " « ' 5251 

J D Craig, Supcrintendant of Patent Office, 1500 

Clerks 4, Messenger 2, average salary, 780 

Trear.iTij Department, 

Robert B Taney, Secretary, salarv 6000 

Ashbury Dickens, Chief Clerk, ' iiOOO 

Joseph AnJ -son, First Comptroller, 350C 

James B Thornton, Second do. 3000 

Richardson Harrison, First Auditor, 3000 

Wm B Lewis, Secon-J do. SOMt 



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jPeter Hagner, Tliird Auditor, 3000- 

Amos Kendall, Fourth do. 3000 

jStephen Pleasantson, Fifth do. 3000 

John Campbell, Treasurer, 3000 

Thomas L Smith, Register, 3000 

Elijah Hayward, Commissioner of the General Land 

Office, 3000 

, Virgil Maxcy, Sohctor, 3500 

'Clerks 147, average salari' about lioo! 

iMessengers IS, " " GOOJ 

iOfficers of the Customs about 1500, salary from $4000 
j to §5000 and under, | 

|Surv'eyors of Public Lands 6, salary 200o' 

•Clerks 15, average salary about 800 

Registers of Land Offices 44, salary 500, and 1 per ct. 

of monies paid into the Land Office, 
Receivers of public monies 44, salary same as Register. 

War Depurimeiit. 
Lcv/is Cass, Secretary', salary 6000^ 

John Robb, Chief Clerk, 2000i 

jlnferior Clerks 16, salary average about 11001 

jOfficers and agents in the Engineer Department, in | 
I different parts of the United States, not enumc- 

j rated in the Army list, 119, pay from $6 per 

I day to 9 per month, 

jClerks and agents in Paymasters Department 26, av- j 
I erage salary about llOQ 

jWm. Clark, superintendant orindian affairs, salary 1500| 
{Indian agents 20, average salary about 140(^ 

jSub Agents 35, " 

[Interpreters 40, " 

Sun and Blacksmiths 31 
[Other mechanics and laborers fin Indian^ Department, 

21, ' 600 

Pension Agent in Vermont, Keman Alien, other ag- 
ents 29, no compensation, each agent being a 
President of a Branch of the U. S. Bank. 
Army List. 

Alexander Macomb, Major General salary 2400 

Edmund P Gaines and Winfield Scott, Brigadier Gen 

erals, ' 1248| 

Roger Jones, Adj. General, 10801 

Thomas S Jesup, d. M. General, 1248! 

Joseph Lovel, Surgeon General, 2500' 



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Oi^ i 

burgeons 8, 500 

Assistant Surgeons 45, 480 

Nathan Towson, Paymaster General, 2500 

Paymasters 14, 600| 

George Gibson, Com. Gen. of Purchases, 300Cj 

Charles Gratiot, Chief Engineer, 6001 

Other Civil Engineers 25, 480; 

Topographical Engineers 11, 480 

The Army of the United Slates consists of four Regi- | 

mcnts of Artillery, seven regiments of Infantry, 

and about 250 commissioned officers. 
JSIilitary Jlcademy at West Point. 

Edward H. Courtenuy, Prof. Nat. Philosophy, 72C 

Charles Davies, Prof. Mathematics, 60C 

Thomas Warner, Chaplain and Piof. of Ethics, 60C 
iClaudius Berard and Joseph de Commun, Teachers 

French Language, 4801 

Thomas Gimbrede, Teacher of Drawing, 480 

Louis S Simon, Sword Mayter, 328 
ICadcts, 254, $16 per month. 

Aai'J/ Departments 

evi Woodbury, Secretary, salary 6000 

John Bayle, Chief Clerk, 2000 

Clerks 7, average salary 107CJ 

Messengers 2, 52£ 

John Rodgers, Charles Stewart, P S Patterson, Navy 

Commissioners, salary 350C. 

|G. W. Goldsborough, Sec. to do. 200C 
[Captains in Navy, 40, pay per month, $100 

jMaster's Commandant, 37, " 7 

Lieutenants, 259, " 5C 

'Surgeons, 44, " 50^81 

Assistant Surgeons, 38, " 30 /S) 45 

'Pursers, 42, " 40! 

Chaplains, 9, " 40 

Past Midshipmen, 75, " 26 

Midshipmen, 341, " 11 

teaihng Masters, 32, " 40 

^Boatswains, 19, " 20 

jGunners, 18, " 201 

Carpenters, 11, " 2( 

Kail-Makers, 17, « 2C 
I .Marine corps. 

'Lieut. Col. Commandant, I, " 75 



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jCaptains, 9, pay per month, 40 

First Lieutenants, 23, " 30 

Second Lieutenants, 12, '* 25 

Post Office Department. i 

William T Barry, Post Master General, salary 6000| 

Charles K Gardner, 1st assistant P. M. Gen. 2500, 

vSeiah R tlobbie, 2d do. 2500' 

Obadiah B Brown, chief clerk 1700 

Clerks, Book-keepers, &c, 62, average salary about 1000 
Number of Post-Ofiices in the United States, January 

1832, 8569, 
Number of Clerks in Post-Offices which yield over 

$2000 commission, 119, average salary about 800 
Number of Mail Contractors 12S0, compensation from 

$33,000 down to 6 or $8, according to extent of 

contract. 

PUBLIC MINISTERS. 
Great Britain. — vacant. 

[France. — Edward Livingston, La. envoy extraordinary! 
and Minister plenipotentiary. Nathaniel Niles, Vt. 
secretary of legation. 
Russia. — James Buchanan, Pa. envo)' extraordinary and| 
minister plenipoten tiary. John R. Clay, Ya. secretaryj 
of legation. 

Spain. — -CorneUus P. Van Ness, Vt. envoy extraordinar3\l 
C. S. Walsh, Md. secretary of legation. j 

Netherlands. — Auguste Davezac, La. secretary of lega-' 
tion and charged with the affairs of the United States, j 

Mexico. — Anthony Butler, La. charge d'affaires. j 

Colombia. — ■ ■■ ' envoy extaaordinary and 

minister plenipotentiary. John C. Pickett, Ky. secreta- 
ry of legation. 

Portugal. — Thomas L. L. Brent, Va. charge d'affaires. 

Siueden and J^Torway. — Christopher Hughes, charge d'af- 
faires. 

Denmark. — Henry Wheaton, charge d'affaires. 

Brazil, — Ethan A. Brown, charge d'affaires. 

Chili. — John Ham, Del. charge d'affaires. 

Peru. — Samuel Lamed, R. I. charge d'affaires. 

Turkey. — David Porter, Md. charge d'aflfaires. Nicholas 
Navoni, Italy, dragoman. 
Central Jlmerica — 
Brazil. — 



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TWEr^TY SECOxnD COInGRESS. 

SENATE. 

J^laine. Peleg Sprague, Ether Shipley. 
J^eic- Hampshire. Samuel Bell, Isaac Hill, 
JSlassachuscUs. Nathaniel Silsbee, Daniel Webster. 
Rhode Island. Nehemiah R. Knight, Asher Robbins. 
Connecticut. Gideon Tomlinson, Nathan Smith. 
Vermont, Samuel Pren^^iss, Benjamin Swift. 
JVeio York. Silas Wright, N.L. Tallmadge. 
J^eio Jersey. T. Frelinghuysen, Sam'l L. Southard. 
Pennsylvania. William Wilkins, one vacancy. 
Delaware. John M. Clayton, Arnold Naudain. 
Maryland. E. F, Chambers, Joseph P. Kent. 
Virginia. William C. Rives, John Tyler. 
J^orlh Carolina. Bedford Brown, Yv^m. D. Mangum. 
South Carolina. John C Calhoun, Stephen D. Miller. 
Georgia, — George M Troup, John Forsyth. 
Kentucky, — George M. Bibb, Plenry Clay. 
Tennessee, — Hugh L. White, one vacancy. 
Ohio, — Thomas Ewing, Thomas Morris. 
Louisiana, — G A Waggaman, one vacancy. 
Indiana, — William Hendricks, John Tipton. 
Mississippi, — George Poinuexter, one va^cancy. 
Illinois, — John M Robinson, Eiias K Kane. 
Jilabuina, — Yv"iiliam R King, Gabriel Moore. -^ 
Missouri,— Thomas H Benton, one vacancy. 

HOUSE OF REPRESEXTATIYES. 

Maine,— Y O J Smith, Gorham Park?, George Evars 
Hall, Leonard Jarvis, Edward Kavanagb, 



i Rufus Mclntir^ 

I JV;to Hampshire, — Henry Hubbard, Joseph M Harper, 
jBenning M Bean, Franklin Pierce, Robert Burns. j 

Vermont, — Kiland Hall, Horace Everett, Heman Allen, 
jWilliam Slade, B F Doming. ! 

i Massachxtseits, — Isaac C Bates, Rnfus Choate, John' 
Auincy Adams, Joiin Davis, George N Briggs, Edward 
^Everett, George Grennell, jr, John Reed, William Bai- 
lies, Benjamin Gorham, Gayton P Osgood, one vacancy. 
I Connecticut, — Jabez W Huntington, William W Ells- 
worth, Noyea Barber, Samuel A Foot, Ebenezer Young, 
Samuel Twedy. 

Rhode Island, — Tristram Burgcs?, one vacancy. 

J^Teic York, — Abel Huntington, Isaac B Van Houten,; 
Churchill C Cambreleng, Campbell P White, C W Law-; 



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rCnce, Dudley Selden, Aaron Ward, Abraham BockeeJ 
[John W Brown, Charles Bodle, John Adam?t, Aaronj 
Vanderpool, Job Pierson, Gerrit Y Lansing, John Cra-i 
mcr, Henry C Martindale, Reuben Whalon, Ransom ii 
Gillett, Charles M'Vean, Abijah Mann, jr. Sarn'l Bep.rds- 
iley, Joel Terrell, Daniel Wardell, Sherman Page, Noadi-i 
'ah Johiiaon, Henry Mitchell, Nicoll Halsey, Samuel G 
jKathaway, William Taylor, William K. Fuller, Rowland 
JDav, Samuel Clark, John Dickson, Edv.-ard Howell. 
jFrederick Whittlesey, George W Lay. Philo C Fuller,; 
jAbuer Hazletinc, ]Mellerd Fillmore, Gideon Hard. 
I A'Vio Jersey^ — Philemon Dickerson, Samuel Fowler,j 
■iJames Parker, Ferdinand S Schenck, William N Sliinn,; 
Thomas Lee. i 

Pennsylvania J — Horace Binney, James Harper, Jobni 
G Watmough, William Heister, William Darlington, Da- 
vid Potts, jr. William Clark, Harmer Denny, George 
Chambers, T M T M'Kennan, John Banks, Andrew 
Stewart, Charles A. Barnitz, G. Burd, [one vacancy,] 
Jesse Miller, Joseph B Anthony, Henry A Muhlenburg,; 
jJoel K Mann, Ptobert Ramsey, David B Wagoner, Hen-; 
ilry King, Andrew Beaumont, John Laporte, Joseph Hen- 
j'derson, John Galbruith, Samuel S Harrison, Richard. 
||Coulter. 

ij Maryland^ — Election, Oct 7. 

I! Virginia. — John M Patton, John Y Mason, William 
ijF Gordon, Thomas T Bouldin, William S Archer, Na-| 
jthaniel H Claiborne, Joseph \y Cliinn, Charles F Mercer,^ 
Edv.-ard Lucas, S M M'Dowell Moore, Andrew Steven-' 
son, Thomas Davenport, John J Allen, George Loyall,; 
James H Gholson, Edgar C Wilson, James H Beale,j 
William P Taylor, John H Fulton, William M'Comas,; 
Henry A Wise. | 

I .Vor//i Carolina,— Isl T Hawkins, Thomas H Hall,: 
[William B Shepard, Jesse Speight, John M'Kay, Abra-J 
;ham Rencber, Daniel L Barringer, Fdmond Deberry,; 
Lewis Williams, A H Shepherd, Henry Conway, Jesse 
A Bynum, James Graham, 

j South Carolina, — James Blair, Thomas D Singleton, 
Wm, K Clownc, George M'Dufiie, Wm J Grayson, Hi 
L Pinckney, John K Griffin, John M Felder, Warren Rj 
;Davig. 

Gcorgria, — J M Wayne, R H Wilde, G R Gilmorc, A 

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S Clayton, T M Foster, R E Gamble, Seaborn Jones, 
jWiUiam Schley, John Coffee, 

Florida,— J o&eph M White; ^_ _ . . _ , 

^^/abrtma,— Clement C Ciav, Dixon H Le^Vis, Jonn 
iMurphv, Samuel W iMardis, John M'Kmley. 

Mississippi, — Henrv Cage, one vacancy. 

Louisiana,— Fh'ilemon Thomas, Henry A Bullard, one 

■vacancy. 

1 ^'Irkansas, — Ambrose Sevier. . 

I Tenne&see,—John Bell, Gave Johnson, James K Polk 

David W Dickcrson, Bailie Peyton, John Blair, Samue! 

IBunch, Luke Lea, James Standifer, David Crockett, Johnj 

B Forrester, William M Inge, Wilharn C Dunlap. 

: Kentuckii,—Ch\\ton Allen, Thomas A Marshall, Amot 

jDavis, Richard M Johnson. Thomas Chilton, Thomas P 

*Moore, Benjamin Hardin, Chittenden Lyon, Martin Beat- 

Ity, James Love, Christopher Tompkins, P H Pope, Al- 
bert G Haweg. 
O^jjc,— Robert T Lytic, Taylor Webster, Wilham Al 
iien, Jeremiah McLene, Thomas L Hainer, John Chaney 
■Robert Mitchell, John Thompson, Benjamin Jones, Will 
|iam Patterson, Humphrey H Leavitt, Da\-id Spangler, 
ijames M Bell, E Whittlesey, Thomas Corwin, Joseph 
' Vance, Samuel F Viillon, Jonathan Sloan, Joseph B 
Crane. 

/nc/jann,— Amos Lane, Jonatiian M'Carthy, John Carr 
JGeorfie L Kinnard, Edward A Hanaegan, Ratlifl Boon 
John W Da*i=. 

//Zinot>,— Joseph Duncan, Z Casey, Charles Slade. j 

Missouri, — William H Ashley, Jo'h.n Bull.^ 

Michigan, — Lucius Lyon. i 

JUDICL\RY OF THE UNITED STATES. 
The judicial power in the United States is vested in on( 
Supreme Court, and in su;h inferior courts as Congress 
from time to time may establish. The present judicial es- 
tablishment of the United States consists of a suprem< 
Court, of 28 district Courts, and seven Circuit Courts, 
'which are thuo organized ; the six associate Justices, who 
ihold a court in the city of W'lashington annually: besides 
jwhich, each, of these Justices attends in a certain Circuit, 
itomprising two or more districts, appropriated to each, and 

J together with the Judge of the District, compose a circuit 
jcourt wliich is holden in each district in the circuit Th» 



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I. ■ . .- — .^ — . — ■■ 

Idiitrict courts are held respectively, by the district Judge 
jalone. Appeals are allowed from the district to the Circuit; 
iCourts and from the Circuit to the Supreme Court; and ] 
;in some cases, where the inconvenience of attending the 
;Court by a justice of the Supreme Co"urt is very great, the 
jDistrict Courts are invested with Circuit powers; 



! SUPREME COURT. 

i Names. Residence. Salsify 

John Marshall, Richmond, Va. Chief Justice, $5000 

iJohn McLean, (Jhio. '' 

! William Johnson, Charleston, S. C 
Henry Baldwin, Pennsylvania, 
jGabriel Duval, Marietta, Md. 
{Joseph Story, Salem, Mass. 
[Smith Thompson, New- York, 

Attoniey General, Maryland, 3500 



4500 
4500 
AssociaU 4500 
Juslicts. 4500 

450 
4500 



iBenry Ashton, Marshal, Washington, Md. 

!h. Wheaton, Reporter of decisions, New- York, 1000 

|Wm. T. Carroll, Clerk, fees, &c. 

The sittings of the Supreme Court are at Washington, 

1st Monday in February annually. 



CIRCUIT COURTS. 
[A Circuit CoMrt comprises two or more districts, and th 
Circuit Court is lioldcn by one Judge of the Supreme 
Court xcHh the Judge lof the District where the Court is 
holden.] 

SITTINGS OF THE CIRCriT COURTS. 

Tlvst and Second CircuUs. 
'[Whert any of the following days happen on Sunday thf 

Court is to be held on the Monday following.] 
Maine, at Portland, 1st May; Wiscassct, 1st, Oct 
\Xeio-Hampshire^ at Portmouth, 8th May; Eieter Sth 
j October. 

■Massachusetts, a.t Boston, 15th May and 15th October. 
•Rhode- Island, at Providence, 15th Nov. j Newport. 15tii| 
j June. 
\Connecticiit, at NcAV-Havcn, I Sth of April; Hartford 17th| 

September. 
Vermont, at Windsor, 21st May ;. Rutland, 3d Octo 

her. 
jJV'cic-Forfc, at New- York, last Monday in February, May, 

July and October. 

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SITTINGS OF THE mSTRlCT COURTS. 

Yeic-Hampshire, at Portsmouth, the 3d Tuesday in March' 
an! Septeaiber, at Exeter, 3d Tuesday in June and 
December. 

'^ermont, at "Windsor, on tlic 2-itli of May, and at Rutland 
on the 6th of OctobGr. 

Massachusetts, at Boston, 3d Tuesday in March, 4th in 
•Tune, 2d in Soptcmbcr, and 1st in December. 

R-hode- Island, at Newport and Providence, 1st Monday in 
February and August, and Ist in Mav and Novem- 
ber. 

Conneccicut, at Hartford and New-Haven, 1st Monday iii 
Feb. and Aug. and 1st Monday in May and Nov. 

Vew-Yorky at Nev>--Yoik, Ist Tuesday in February, May. 
Au2;ust and November. 
Exclusive o.f the above mentioned stated Courts, the 

District Judges have povrcr to iiold special courts in their, 

•espective districts at their discretion. 



RATES OF POSTAGE. 
Established by Act of Congress, passed Mcirch 3, lS2;'. 

For a single letter, composed of one piece of paper, for 
uiy distance not exceeding 30 miles, 6 cents ; over 30 
niles, and not exceeding SO, 10 cents ; over 80, aiid no) 
exceeding 150, 12 1-2 cents; over 150, and not exceeding 
100 miles,' 18 3-1 cents -, over 400, 25 cents. 

Double letters, or those composed of two pieces of paper, 
are charged with double those rates. 

Tripple letters, or those composed of tliree pieces of pa- 
p::r, are charged triple those rates. 

Q,uadrupl(3 letters, or those composed of four pieces of 
papor, are charged quadruple those rates. 

A packet, the weight of one ounce, is charged tlie rate 
|of four single letters, and in like proportion for one of great- 
er weight. Ship letters, 6 cents. 

NE^VS PAPER POSTAGE. 

For each newspaper carried not over 100 miles, 1 cent ;, 
over 100 miles, I 1-2 cents ; but if carried to any office in' 
the stats in which it is printed, whatever the distance be, 
the rate is one cent. 

Pamphlets and Magaz,iiic3 of the periodical land, not 
jover 100 miles, 1 1-2 cents per sheet; if over 100 miles,! 
12 1-2 cents per sheet ; those not published periodically, arei 
to be charged, for 100 miles or le?-; 4 cents on each sheet .i 



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lover 150 miles, 6 cents. Every article sent in the mail, 
jwhich is not either a newspaper, magazine, pamph'et, or, 
ilogislative journal, is subject to letter postage, whether it be, 
d printed or written communication, except a written orj 
printed notice from a publisher of a newspaper, stating the, 
subscription due, which must be attached to the margin of. 
a newspaper, and postage charged for it as a newspaper. I 



Sx\L ARIES AND FEES, 

Of the several Officers and other persons in the 

State of Vermont. 

SALARIES. 

Governoi-j $750 00 

Judges Supreme Court, each $1,050 00 

Secretary of State, 450 00 

Treasurer, 400 00 

Secretary of the Governor and Council, 250 00 

Clerk of the General Assembly, 375 50 

FEES. 

Por Lieutenant Governor's attendance on Council 

per day $4 00 

Travel per mile, ea.ch way, 6 

Oouncilior's fees for attendance per day, 1 50 

Travel per mile, each way, G 

[lepresenlatives' fees, per day, 1 50 

Travel per mile, each way, 6 

Speaker of the General Assembly per day, 2 50 

Travel per mile each way, ^ G 

Engrossing Clerk, per day, . 2 50 

Travel per mile, each v/ay, 6 

For all other ser\'ices during the year, and furnish- 
ing all blanks required of him, 75 00 
Supreme CourVs Fees. 
?ox the entry of each action, there shall be paid to 

the Clerk, for the benefit of the State, 2r 

For entering each review, 50 

For each motion for arrest of judgment, or new trial, 67 
For each action tried, 2 5C' 

Sach nonsuit, default or confession, 1 OC 

For allowing and signing writs of error, audita quer- 
ela, and habeas corpus, and taking recognizance 
of the same, to each judge signing the same, 4 67 

There shall be paid to the clerk for the benefit of the 
State, for each action tried by jury, 6 OC 



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County Court Fees. 
fPor each entry of an action, there shall be paid to 
f the Clerk for the benefit of the judges, b 56 

Por each action tried, for the benefit of the judges, 67 
L^or each judgment by nihil dicit, abatement, nonsait', 

default or confession, 30 

For each licence for a tavern-keeper, or retailer of 

foreign distilled spirits, 34 

For each molimi in arrest oi" judgment and new trial, 50 
b or alloV/ing and signing each writ of auditk querela, ; 

! and habeas corpus, and taking recognizance of the ! 

I same, for each judge signing the 8ame, ^C^ 

|And there shall be paid to the Clerk for the benefit of ' j 
j the county for each action tried bV jurv, 6 od 

And for the entry of each action, by the party enter- 
I uig tae samc^ for the benefit of the couaty,' '0 2u 

I Judge of Probate's Fees. 

Granting administration, q o 

jRecciving \viii and decision on the same, ^ 

;[leceiying 'a ill from out of tke State, and order to re- 
I cord the same, q ^q 

jExa.mining and allowing the account of executors or 

admmistrators of each state, 50i 

Ascertaining what sum must be raised for payrherit I 

of debts, and granting order of sale, 5ti 

Granting order to. divide estate in common, 251 

orrantm^ order of payment fo creditors, 2- 

Appointing committee to set ofi'dower, 2:i 

jAppomting committee to divide estate arnong heirs oH 
lAppciating committee of Appraisal, ' q 25! 

Accepting return made by commissioners, appraisers, 

committee of dower, order of sale, committee of 

division, or mveritorV o;f guardian, and orderine 

tiie same reCdrded, 17 

Accepting representation of insolvency, and appoih- 

ting commissioners to examine claims in whole, 34 

Kene-'.val 'of commission, 34 

; jAppointing guardian or guardians to the children of 

; I each family, under fourteen years of age, in the i 

■whole, ' " Q 34 

Each other appointment 'of guardian oriiiinor, insane i 

I; person, idiot or lunatic, 3/! 

ilf more than one minor in the same appointment, for ' j 
cach^njiddition, C- 



61 

For each order of publication not included in tlie 1 

foregoing it:,'nis, 17 

3ach citation Avhich is not an order of publication, 17: 

ii^ach order to l>ar creditors, not exhibiting their I 

claims by a certain time, including order to pub- i 

lish, 17, 

Ordering a final discbarge of executor br administra- i 

tor. 

Allowing each appeal, 

Decree of estate to one of several heirS, 

Decree of assigunicnt to widow, 

Decree ot cschcal, 

Order of sale of personal property, 

Decree of sale of real estate, agreeable to contract of 
deceased in his lifetime, 

Order of inquisition of idiot, &c. 

A.ccepting- return, of do. 

Settling gd&rdian's account, 

Order against trustee of executor or administrator, t>r 
against a person charged Svitli embezzling estate of 
deceased, 

Holding inquiry on do. 

Order of imprisonment, 

Appointing a commissioner in t!ie place of one de- 
ceased or removed, 17 

Deciding and certifying to supreme court the neces- 
sity of sale of minor's estate, 25 

Taking bail and certifying when probate bond iscsued, 25, 

clearing petition for better bail, and order thereon, 25 

Decree of support of children under seven years in j 

any one family, ... 17 

Ijlranting rule of reFcrence between parties, 17 

; Acceptance of tlieirreport, 17 

Ascertainingamountof advancement to child or chil- 
dren, in one family, and order tliereon, 50 

Appointment of agent to act for absent person, inter- 
ested in decision, 17 

iVlIowing the expenses of division among neirs, and 

order thereon, 17j 

I Each order to compel the attendance of witnessc?, 
dedimus potestatum, to take testimony, to call be- 
fore court persons suspected of embezzling es- 
tate, 17 

{Ordering a final discharge to guardians, 251 






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lAppomtiiig persoas to act I'or a-b:Dcnl heirs, 

iAllowiiio- an appeal and ordoring; bonds, 1 



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25: 

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Sacli decree or order where bonds are insuflicient, 

lEach decree or order assigning iiucresusof cliild born ! 

alter making a wdl, 17- 

iEach order of notice to heirs, legatees or guardians, 

before heence to sell real estate, 

Each decree of surplus estate, 

Each appointment of committee, 

Each order for warrant of distrcs-, 

Each order of distribution, 

Each order afiixing the time for sale of estate, 

Each order to extend the time ibr selliiig estate, 
Register of Probate's Fees. 

Drawins; and filing each executor's, administrators, 
guardian's or oiher bond, 

Each probate'of will. 

Each letter of administration, with or without will 
annexed, letter of guardianship, warrant to apprai- 
sers, committee of dower, committee of division, 
or commission to comn^iissioners, 

Each citation, 

Each choice of guardian, 

Each order of publication, 

jEach acquittance, on close^of settlement, 

Each order of inquisition. 

Attending to examination of person charged with em- 
bezzling estate. 

Mittimus, 

Each certilicate to show who is executor^ administra- 
tor or goardian, 

Attending and keeping minutes of each settlement. 

All copies of appeal, or other matters, for each hun- 
dred words, 

For certificate. 

Decree of escheat, 

i Making entry of each of the several appointments be- 
fore enumerated in judge's fees. 

For all records, for each hundred words, 

Making out a dividend and order of payment on in- 
solvent estate, and assignment to widow, for each 
hundred words, 

Drawing commission for commissioner, appointed in 
the place of one deceased or removed, 






25! 





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25] 





171 





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17 





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Writing bond for prosecution of suit or appeal. Avhen ij 

the same is dra^va by such register, 2ji 

Drawing rule for refei-eiice between parties, 17' 

Drawing order of payment of expenses of division of ; 

real and personal estate, 17 

?.Iaking out each process compelling attendance of 
witnesses, dedimus notestatam, to take testimony, i 

to imprison, to call be fore court, persons suspected 
of embezzling estate, 25' 

Each warrant to committee, 2.^ 

Each warrant of diftress, I'/J 

Drawing representation of insolvency, 17 

Drawing each order of notice to croditorp, 2i 

Drawing each order of dale of real or personal es- 
tate, 2l 
Drawing an order aj^pointing a person to act for 

heir?, 17 

Drawing each order of decree when bonds insuffi- 
cient, 25; 

Drawing each order of notice to heirs, legatees, or i 

! guardians, before licence 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 cs- 

tate> 

For performing the duties of a judge when disquali- 
j tied, same kas as arc by law allowed to judges. 
And no greater fees shall be received for any of the 
j services aforesaid, by said judge or register, nor 
I shall any fees be received by them for any scrvi- 
I ces except those fiere enumerated. 
jFor commissioners and appraisers, or committees oi 
j division or dower, each, per day, 

Administrator's or executor's fees, per day, 

I Justices Fees. 

[For each writ, including declaration, recognizance 

I and signing, 

iFor signing each writ and taking recognizance, 

jSubpoena for each witness, 

j Judgment on each action tried, 

jif on verdict of jury, 

:If on confession, including recording, 

If on default. 



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64 

For taking deposition, including caption and ceitiH- 

cate, ^. ^ 34 

For citation to appear, 17. 

For each continuance, 17 

Every warrant for criminals, and bonds, 34 

Recognizance, 17 

-Every appeal, including sccognizance, 25; 

For every venire for a jury, 25j 

Taking acknowledgment of deed, lii^ 

For recording execution, and officer's return there- ; 

on, extended on real estate, which the otticer scr- | 

ving the same, shall collect and pa}', To! 

For recording each judgment, not on confession, 17 

For rule of reference between parties, 34 

Each execution, 25 

Rendering judgment on report of referees, 34 

For each inittimu?, 34 

Copy of an appeal to county court, including* copy of | 

j writ, service, judgment, appeal, bond and certifi- 
; cate> 75 

; Clerk of the Supreme CoiirVs Fees. 

•For signing each summons or attachment, 12 

For entering each action, 50 

For entering each judgment, including recording the 
I same, including motion to chancer or redeem, and 
; judgment on the same, and assessment of riama- 
! ges-, 

For taking recognizance in Court. 
For each review, 
For each continuance-, 
For each execution including the filing, 
- jFor each rule ot reference between parties* 
For each rule "to a'uaitors, 
]For filing each necessary paper, 
jForeach day's attendance in court. 
For each order of Courts 
For recording execution ^ktended on real estate, 
; with the officer's return, lo be collected and paid 
' by the officer serving the same, 75 

.For all copies and other services made or done b)' 
j direction of the Court, and not herein enumerated, 
j such sum as shall he allowed by the Court, not 
j exceeding six cents for every hundred words. 






75 





17! 





50 





13 





25 





25 





25- 





6 


1 


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9 



= ~-^ ^( 

bo 

Clerk of tke County CoM.rVs Fees. 
For signing each sununons, or attachment, inclu- 
ding recognizance, 12 
For entering each action, including filing and num- 
bering, 17 
For entering each judgment rendered on niliil dicit, 
in abatement, ^nonsuit, default, or confession, in- 
cluding recording, 251 
For entering judgment or demurrer, or after verdict, 

or on issue of fact, including recording, 40! 

For taking each recognizance in Court,^ 12; 

For each appeal or review, 25 

For each continuance, 8 

|For each .execution, including filing, 25 

For recording execution extended bn real estate, with 
! the officer's return, to be collected and paid, by 

the officer serving the same, 75 

For recording Deputy Sheriff's deputation and oath, 25 
For each liciiice to an inn-keeper, or retailer, inclu- 
ding the cerliticate to the person licensed, and fi- 
; ling the same, 1' 

[For each rule of reference between parties, 25j 

■For each rule to auditors, 25' 

iFor filing each affidavit, or ^deposition, 6; 

jFor all copies, and other services made or done, 

by direction of the court, and not herein enii- I 

merated, sucli sum or sums as shall be allow- 
ed b}' the courts, not exceeding six cents, for 
every hundred words. 

Sheriffs'', Constables^ and Colteclors'' Fees. 
jServing each process, by reading, 6] 

If by copy, ^ . 17 

For "taking bail, 17 

JFor 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, which 
in the Case of mesne process, shall be the place 
of holding the court, 

jFor levying each execution, amounting to three 

dollars or under, 

For each three dollars over, not czceeding one 

hundred dollars, 4| 

If over one hundred dollars, for each dollar, *' l} 

For each days' attendance on apprai'-:uient, o: 



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50 





34i 





34 


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j sale of estate, taken on execution, 

iFor half a day, 

jFor attending before justice' court v/ben required, 

jAttendance on Supreme or County Court, per day, 

jFor attending freeholders court per day, 

lFor constables or the like service, 

For necessary assistance in apprehending and 

keeping criminals, per day, G7 

Collectors of taxes to be allowed the like fees, 
as sherifTs in cases of execution, when they 
levy on persons or estate, and one dollar out 
of each fifty dollars collected and paid into tlie 
state or county treasury. Provided, that no 
sheriff, constable or other officer shall be entit- 
led to any fees for a return of a non est tnren- 
his, on any civil writ or process. 
»3fior;ifji' Fees. 
For writ on note, 47 

'And no fees shall he allowed for a count added ' 

I to a declaration on note, unless there shall be j 

I a recovery on such count. ! 

jFor writ on book, 47! 

iFor writ on bonds for the payment of money, ! 

d.ibt on judsmenl, debt on recognizance, scire | 

j facias, or jail bond, I 00^ 

For all other writs in the same proportion, ac- 1 

cording to their length and difficulty, such sum { 

as the court shall allow. The foregoing shall i 

include signing and recognizance ; and are 
intended to apply only to v/rits returnable to | 

the county and supreme courts. j 

Staters Allormes^ Fees. j 

For each indictment for stealing, one count, 50j 

;Cop3' of the same, 50- 

All other indictments in the same proportion, ac- i 

cording to their lenuth and difficulty, such 1 

sums as tlie conit shall allow. 
Copy of in«]ictment, 75' 

Term fee, 2 00; 

Attorney fee, 5 00 

Parties^ and icitncsses^ Fees in the S. dj' C Courts. i 
Term Fee, In each action, first term, 2 00' 

Kach succeeding tcrtii, 1 OU 

And the party recovering shall be allowed for his j 



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Ij attorney, on trial of each suit of law or fact, 3 OOi 

rOn non-suit, default, or nihil dicit, I 50' 

ijOn default, or nihil dicit, and motion to redeem, I 

j or chancer, or hearing in damages, when the j 

1 1 same are uncertain, 3 OO- 

Travel for plaintiff or defendant, within this state | 

per mile, 5' 

1st, 2d and Gih sections of the Act of 1822. j 

Sec. 1. It is hereby enacted by the General Assembly oj\ 
\lhe Stale 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 personally appears; 
in court. Nor shall any plaintiff, in any civil cause what-J 
ever, before a justice of peace, recover a greater sum than! 
one dollar and fifty cents, for costs, on any judgment, 
where the debt or damages recovered, does not exceed the 
sum of one dollar and fifty cents ; except costs which may! 
accrue fi-om continuances at the special instance and re-; 
quest of the defendant, or in case the defendant shall ap-i 
peal to the county court. And for every sum in debt or] 
jdamagcs, recovered above the sum of one dollar and fifty^ 
Icents, the plaintiff shall recover no more cost than debt or; 
{damages, except costs which may accrue from continuan-j 
ces at the request of the defendant as aforcssid, or in case' 
of appeal as aforesaid. 

Sec 2. It is hereby further enacted, That when any! 
cause shall be appealed by the plaintiff or plaintiffs from 
the decision of a justice of the peace, then, and in that' 
case, the several county courts in this state shall follov,-| 
the same rule in taxing bills of cost, as is before prescrib-j 
ed in this act for taxing the same before justices of the! 
jpeace. 

Sec. 6. 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 defendant may tender aj 
confession of judgment, agreeably to the sixth section of 
'the act, in addition to the several acts defining the powers; 
jof justices of the peace, within this state, passed Nov. 15,| 
|T821. j 

i Witness per mile, 5j 

•Attendance per day, 75! 

lin justices' courts, travel for plaintiff or defendant i 

! and v»'itnes3es, per mile, ' 5j 

JAttendance for plaintiff or defendant and witness 



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i per day, 

JFor half a day, ^ 

.Provided, that when judgment shall be rendered 
j by default, the plaintiff shall in no case have 
more than thirty-four cents costs taxed for him- 
self or any witness, for attendance before justice 
of the peace; 

Grand Juror^s Pees. 
Travel per mile, each way, from their respective 

homes, 3: 

For attendance on supreme or county courts, per 
j day each, 1 00 

Petit Juror''s Fees. 
For attendance on supreme or county courts, per 
j day, each, 1 00 

jTravel per mile, each Vv-a}', 3; 

iFor trying each cause before a justice to be ad- 
I vanced by" the party, praying the same, 25' 

Por trying each cause before a freehold court, 
j such sum as shall be allowed by tlie justices 
j holding the same. 

I Town Grand Juror^s Fees. 

;For each complaint, 

Attendance, 50,1 

Travel per mile, 9!J 

Town Clerk'' s Fees. 
For recording a common deed poll, including the 
I certificate, 20! 

|Copying the same, and certifying, 20 

^Recording the survey bill, 91 

j " marriage, birth, or dealb, 4' 

! " each mark, ci 

For recordmg execution extended on real estate, 
j with the officer's return thereon, to be collected 
I and paid by the officer serving the same, 751 

jFor recording all other deeds, copying and certi- 
! fy'"o> to be computed at the rate of seven cents 
i for every hundred words. 
j Proprietors'' and other Collectors Fees. 

For preparing and sending advertisements to each 
I press, "" 1 00 

jFor each receipt for tax paid before sale, or for 
! redemption of lands sold, being for one \pt, 6i 

[For each additional lot, 21 



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' iFor each sale of an original proprietor's right, if 
". I owned by one person, 34' 

ijFor each sale of a less quantity, 17' 

jJFor each deed of one lot of 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 

Discharge of prisoner, 20 

Diet and fuel furnished state prisoners from the 
first day of April to the first day ot November, 
per week, 1 OOJ 

From the first day of November to the first day 

of April, per week. 
For bonds for the hberties of the prison, 
For bail piece given to the person who may sign 

the jail bond, 
Fees for commissioners of jail delivery, for issu- 
ing citation. 
For each commissioner attending court, 
For each certificate. 

Fees for Freeholders. 
Summoned to assess damages sustained in laying 
out highways, or to appraise real estate set off 
on execution, per day, 
Half a day, 

Surveyor GeneraVs Fees. 
Per day, (exclusive of expense,) 

County Sicrveyor''s Fees. 
Per day, 

Fees oj x^uditors of accounts. 
To the auditor of accounts in the treasury depart- 

ment, 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 
For other services performed, during each year, 
to be paid on the second Thursday of October 
annually, 75 00 
Impounders'' Fees. 
For all horse kind and neat cattle, per head, 1 2] 
Sheep, per head, ^ 2| 

Swine, per head, 0^ 8 



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12 





75 





34 


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Three fourths to the impounder, and the other 
fourth to the pound keeper. 

J^^otaries Public. 

For every prolest under seal, ^5 

iFor each ccrtiHcale, under seal, U oi 
'For waiting on a person to demand payment or wit- 

ness a ny matter, &ccrtitying the same, under se al, 75 

! MILITIA "OF^V^RMOrrr. ~ 

I The Militia of the state consists ot all the able bodied 
Knales, with a few exceptions made by law, between the 
laires of eighteen and forty-live years. Each soldier is re- 
Iquiredto kuep himself constantly provided with such arms 
iind equipments as are necessary for actual service, and by 
jso doing his poll is exempted from taxation. The whole 
Lniiitia i^s, at present, divided into four divisions, 10 brig- 
ades and 35 regiments, with from eight to twelve compa- 
■nies in each. Belonging to most of the Regiments is also 
lone company of cavalry, one of artillery and one of light 
tinfantry, and" in many cases more than one of each. Tht 
irioverner is Captain General and Commander in Chief, 
•and with the advice of the Council is to arrange the whole 
Imilitia into divisions, brigades, &c. and may from time to 
Itimc make such alterations as he shall see fit. Each divis- 
iion is commanded by a Major General, with a Division! 
ilnspector, a Division auartermaster, and two Aids ; eachj 
iBrigade by a Brigadier General, with a Brigade Inspector, 
•Brigade Quartermaster, and one Aid ; each Regiment byj 
la C'olonel, Lieutenant Colonel andMajor, with the custom -j 
jary staff; and each company by a Captain, Lieutenant andj 
lEnsign, with the customary non-commissioned officers. — j 
{The Major Generals and Brigadier Generals are appointed 
iby the legislature. The field officers are chosen by the 
jcoramissioned officers of their respective Regiments, and 
[the several companies elect their own officers. The whole 
militia of the state amounts to about 25,000. 

REIGNING SOVEREIGNS OF EUROPE. 

Names. Title. Stale. Ace. Relig. 

[Charles XIV. King of Sweden 1818 Luth. 

Nicholas I. Emperor of Russia 1825GrC}i 

Frederick VI. King of Denmark 1808 Luth. 

William IV. do" of Great Britain 1330 PrEp 

William I, do. of Holland 1815 Refd 

iLeopold, do. of Bolsium 1831 Luth. 

Fred. Wm. III. do. of Pruseia 1797 Evan- 



Anthony, 
,'i^rancis, Gr 
} jroorge 
lAuoustu.s 
! William Duke 
I vVilliarn 
iCh., Frederick 
■Ernest Duke 
'Bernard do. 

rederick do. 
jLeopold do. 
Aloix do. 
IFerdinand do. 
Gunther 
Gunther do. 
Elenrv XlX.do. 
Henry LXlI.da 
Leopold do. 
George Wm.do. 



King 

Duke 

do. 

do. 



71 

of Saxony 1527 Cath. 

of Mecklenburg Sch. 1785 Luth. 
of Mccklenburg-SlreHtz,1816 do 



reorge 



of Oldenburg 
of Brunswick 
do. of Nassau 
Gr, Duke Saxe-Vfeimar 
of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha 
ot Saxe-Meiningin 
of Saxe-Altenburg 
of Anhalt-Dcssau 
of Anhalt-Bernbnrg 
of Anhalt-Cothen 
Prince Schwartz'g Rudolst't 
Schwartz'g Sondtr'n 
of Reuss-Elder Line 
Reusa- Younger Line 
of Lippc-Detmold 
of Lippe Schauenburg 
do. Waldeck 
Louis, Landgrave of Hesr.e-Horaburg 
h. Leopold, Fr. Gr. Duke of Baden 
Win. IL Elector of Hesse-Cassei 
Louis Gr: Duke of HcBse-Darmstadt 
Anthony, Prince of Hohenzol'n Sigmar'n, 
Frederick, do. Hohenzol'n Hcchin'ri 
jJohn Joseph do. ot Litchstentein 
William, King of Wurtemburg 
Louis, do. of Bavaria 

Francis, Emperor of Austria 
Louis Philip, King of France 
Em. Fr. Fischer Lan<Vman Switz. Ktp. 
Ferdinand, VIL King of Spain 
Miguel, do. of Portugal 

ICh'les Emanuel, do. of Sardinia 
JLeopold IL Gr. Duke of Tuscany 
Maria Louisa, Dutchess of Parma 
iFrancis IV. Duke of Modena 
{Charles Louis, do. of Lucca 
Gregory XVI. Pope States of the church 
jFerdinand II. King of Two Sicilies 
jAntonio Corauto, Pres. Ionian Isles Rep, 
Otho I. Greece do. 

i Mahmoud II. Sultan Turkey 



1829 do I 
1831 do i 
ISIo Evans' 
1328Luthrj 

1806 do I 
1803 do 
1760 do I 
18l7Evangl 
179G do i 
1818 Cath. ; 

1807 Luth. I 
1794 do i 
1317 do I 
1818 do i 
1802 Rtfd j 
1787 do I 
1813 Evan«;;j 
lS29Refd'j 

1830 Evan c.i 
1821Rerd I 
1830 Luth. I 
1 785 Cath. 
1810 do I 
1805 do I 
18l6Luth'rt 
1825 Cath.' 
1792 do 
1830 do 

1808 Cath. 
1828 do 



1831 

1824 
1814 
1815 
1824 
1831 
1830 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



1804 GrCh. 
1832 do 
1808Mah'rr 

iTB, iiTl > I lie 



■Bcffa^ 



i% 



STATE OF VERMONT. 

General list of the tacn of — -: , /or tkeyear . 

No. Polls at $10 13 

Acres of land at 5 assessed at 6 percent. is 

Houses and lots appurtenant at $ assessed at 4 

percent. ^^ 

Mills, stores, distilleries, &c. appraised at $ as- 
sessed at 6 per cent. ]^ 
Oxen at' $2,' j=5 
Cows &'other cattle of 3 years old at $1,25 is 
Cattle'of 2 years old at 75 cents is 
Horses & mules ov. 25 & not exceeding $75 at $3 is 
Horses and mules over $75 at $6 is 
Horses and mules of 2 years old at $2 is 
Horses and mulss of 1 year old at $1,25 is 
Stallions of 4 years old and upwards, at ,$75 is 
Stallions of 3 years old at $30 is 
Jacks at $40 is 
Sheep at 10 cents per head is 
Caniages assessed at 6 per cent. is 
House clocks of brass, & brass time-pieces at $3 is 
Gold watches at $4 dollars is 
Common watches at $1 is 
Money on hand and debts due at 6 per cent. is 
Bank and Insurance stock, at 3 per cent. is 
Attornies assessed in the whole at $ is 
Practitioners of physic and surgery assessed in 

the whole at $ ia 

Merchants & traders assessed in the whole at $ is 
Amount including whole of two-folds. 
Deduct for minors equipped for military duty by pa- 
rents, masters or guardians, at $10 ia 
Deduct one half two-folds, added in the several items 
in said list, is 
Militia polls, other tlian those who are equipped, 

exempted, at $10 is 

Horses of cavalry exempted at $3 is 



Amount deducted, $ 

Balance, being true list state tax, $ 

> Listers 



73 



Civil Government of J^ermont^ 

FOR THE POLITICAL YEAR 

Commencing October, 1833, and ending October, 1S34. 
EXECUTIVE. 

WIL.t.IAM A. PAI.3IER, 

GOVERNOR, Danville. 

LEBJBEUS EGERTOX, 

LT. GOVERNOR, Moiitpelier. 
COUNCILLORS. 
Hon. Isaac Sherman, Bennington Co. 

Austin Birchard, Windham. 
ZiMRi Howe, Rutland. 

S. C. Loveland, Windsor. 

S. H. Jennison, Addison. 

Daniel Cobb, Orange. 

Wm. a. Griswold, Chittenden. 
Henry F. Janes, Washington. 

Geo. C. Cahoon, Caledonia. 

Jasper Rceinson, Orleans. 
J. H. Erainerd, Franklin, 

Richardson Graves, Essex. 
Geo. B, Manser, Esq. Seeretary to the 

Grovernor and Council, WUliston. 



Augustine Clark, Treasurer, Danville. 
Timothy Merrill, Secretary of State, Montpelier. 
David Pierce, Auditor, Woodstock. 
Charles Davis, Auditor in the Treasury Department/ 
Danville. 



LEGISLATIVE. 
John Smith, St. Albans, Speaker. 
Robert Pierpoint, Rutland, Clerk. 
Oramel H. Smith, Montpelier, Engrossing Clerk. 



BENNINGTON COUNTT. 

I Towns. Representatives. 

\drlino;ton Asahel Ilurd, 

'Bennington .Tohn Robinson, 
Dorset Sylvanus Syket?, 

•Glastenbury 

Lrmdgrove Joshua Marsh, 

j^lanchester John S Pettibone, 



Pop. 


G. List. 


1207 


14085 


3419 


34551 


1507 


11628 


52 




385 


2083 


1525 


19561 



t 

I Pozonal 
Peru 

Rtaishoro' 
Rupert 
Sandgate 
Searsburgh 
Shajlsbury 
Stamford 
Sunderland 
■WinhalL 
Woodjord 



Melon 

[Athens 

\Brailhhord* 

Brookline 

Dcvcr 

Duvimerston 

Grafton 

\Gv.Uford 

^Jlalifax 

Jamaica 

Londonderry 

Marlboro* 

\JS'evjfan e 

\Pi-tney 

\Rockingham 

■Somerset 

Stratton 

Toionshend 

Vernon 

Wardsboro^ 

Westmisler 

Whitingham 

Wilmington 

Windkarii 



Benson 

Brandon 

Castleton 



74 

Reynolds Carpenter 
Peter Dudley, 
■William Santord, 
Silas Harwood, 
Joseph Tuttle, 
Luther Park, 
Artemas Mattison, 
Stephen C Millard, 
Joel Kinney, 
Nathaniel Mellen, 
Joseph Knapp. 



iPop. G. list{ 



1835 
455 
662 

1318 

933 

40 

2143 
563 
463 
571 
395 



1242 
296 
2835^1 

1589c;» 

755£i 

25£ 

2053C; 
295 1: 
3796' 
2277 i 
16551 





17470 


WIXDHAM COUNTT. 




not rep. 


176 


JosephTinkham, 


415 


Charles Chapin, 


2141 


Edson niacins, 


376 


Lynian Howe, 


831 


Enos Leonard, 


1592 


John Gibson, 


1439 


R-ussell Hyde, 


1760 


Benjamin Woodward, 


1562 


Peter R Taft, 


1523 


Ruel White, 


1302 


Hubbard H Winchester 


1218 


George Williams, 2d. 


1441 


David Crawford, 


1510 


Napoleon B Roundy, 


2272 


Elliot Morse 


245 


not rep. 


312 


Waitstill R Ranney, 


1386 


John Stebbins, 


681 


Silas Dexter, 


1148 


John Smith, 


173/ 


John Roberts, 


1477 


Alanson Parmerlee, 


1367 


Tiriiothy Sherwin. 


847 



$155038; 

1 1 7S^ 
2727 

21902 
2248 
5860 
9850 
9662 

1323S 
9238 
7240 
555^: 
674-^: 

11326 

11447: 

20224; 
1324 
109&'^ 
9955| 
4677 
7568, 
16576 
10433:1 
903 J ' 
4641 



28748 $203776,1 



RUTLAND COUNTT. 

Joseph Bascomb, 

Chauncey W Conant, 

Nehemiah Hoyt, 
as 



1493 
1940 
1783 



14094r 
15694: 
16204, 



75 



iii n* %.' mi Jm 



[ir'op. G. iisu 



Clarendon 

Chittenden 

Danby 

Fairhaven 

Hubbardton 

Ira 

JSlendon 

Middlttoxcn 

Mount Holly 

Mount Tabor 

Orwell 

Pawlet 

Pittsfield 

Pitisford 

Poxdlney 

Rutland 

Sherburne 

Shrexcabury 

Sudbury 

Tinmouth 

Wallinyjord 

Wells 

West Haven 



\indover 
BdltLnorz 
Barnard 
,Bdhel 
Bridjetoater 
C^veniish 
Chester 
Hartford 
Hurtland 
Ludlov} 
^^'orwich 
Plymouth 
Pomfrei 
Reading 
Rochester 
Royalton 
Hhg,r:)n 
Springjield 



Daniel S Ewings, 15S5 

John Woofihiuy, 610 

Benjamin Barns, i3o2 

William C Kittridge, 675 

Ira Jennings, SG5 

John Mason, 442 

Edward Musscy, 432 

Mcrritt Clark, 919 

Marvil Johnson, 1318 

Gideon S Tabor, 210 

Thomas D Hammond, 1598 

Eliiha Allen, 1865 

Levi Rix, 505 

not rep. 2005 

William L Farnham, 1903 

Solonron Foote, 2753 

Silas Cclton, 452 

John B'lckmostor, 1289 

James K Hyde, 812 

Noah W Sawyer, 1049 

Samuel M Edgerton. 1740 

W^illiam Potter, jr. ' 880 

Willard Hitchcock. 724 



11353. 
42211 

14516^ 
552£' 
6427i 
392C; 
1361i 

8S7r:! 

82 Ul 

1337; 

1968£i 

1785C' 

3371 

1725':' 

1S894' 

2763-;; 

175C' 

920CJ 

6931 

750C{ 

1 3468' 

573Gj' 

557S 



31295 S26968ti| 

WINDSOR COUNTY. 

Edward Simond?, 975 60Kii 

not rep. 179 162cii 

Thomas Freeman, 1881 1204ci 

Juliu3 Converse, 1607 1381£ij 

Lyir.ai Raymond, 1311 854ii| 

Josiah Gilson, 1498 1436-^ 

Stephen Fields, 2320 2099'^ 

Andrew Tnicy, 2044 1834/ j 

Wells Hadley, 2503 2179i- 

Reuben Washburn, 1227 8971 

Alden Partridge, 231S I73S( 

Cephas Moore, 1237 677C 

Cyrus Snow, 1867 !230£ 

\v iliianj Felch, 1409 1221^, 

Lvman Emerson, 1392 959€ 

Nathaniel Sprague, 1893 1436^ 

not rep. 1459 1 27 li 

Russell Burke, 2743 21081 





76 


IPop. 


G. list, 
8206! 


i^lockbridge 


Daniel Ranney, 


1333 


Weathersfield 


Jonathan Lawrence, 


2213 


20563; 


Weston 


Parker Shattuck, 


972 


5213! 


Windsor 


Alien Wardner, 


3134 


31011: 


Woodstock 


Jason Kendall. 


3044 


30573; 


40623 $ 


328614: 




ADDISON COUNTY. 






\i/lddison 


Henry Smith, 


1306 


13163 


livery^ 3 Gere 
\Bridport 


not rep. 


33 


i 
1 


Paris Fletcher, 


1774 


165771 


Bristol 
(Jornxcull 


Abraham Gaige, 


1247 


7750' 


Asahel Bingham, 


1264 


12001 


Ferrishurgh 


Zerenel Walker, 


1822 


14186 


Goshen 


Nathan Capen, 


555 


247S: 


\Hancock 


John Hackett, 


472 


2259^ 


iKingsion 


Isaac Parker, 


403 


2113 


Leicester 


William Gile, 


638 


4883; 


Lincobi 


Daniel Varney, 


639 


3597 


Middlebury 


Edward D Barber, 


3468 


23700; 


Monkton 


George E Stone, 


1384 


9682; 


J^^ewhave7i 


Adin Hall, 


1834 


15234, 


Panton 


Enoch Kei.t, 


605 


5491 ' 


Ripton 


not rep. 


278 


1167; 


Salisbury 


Ebenezer N Briggs, 


907 


7073' 


Shoreham 


John S Hunsden, 


2137 


21356 


Siarksboro^ 


Theron Downey, 


1342 


6290 


Vergennes 


John H Sherrill, 


999 


7840- 


Waltham 


George Fisher, 


330 


2771 


Weybridge 


Benjamin Wales, 


850 


6723' 


Whiting 


Benjamin Needham. 


653 


6444; 


24940 $192735! 




ORANGE COUNTY. 




1 


Bradford 


Jesse Merrill, 2d. 


1507 


12978! 


Bralntree 


Daniel Vv'ait, jr. 


1209 


7149 


Brookficld 


Thomas Kingsbmy, 


1677 


12011 


Chelsea 


D Azro A Buck, 


1958 


14898 


Corinth 


Winthrop Green, 


1953 


15684 


Fairlee 


Phincas Bailey, 


656 


3894i 


Xewbunj 


Abner B W Tenney, 


2252 


18171; 


Orange 


Luther S Burnham, 


1016 


5227' 


Randolph 


Martin Flint, 


2743 


23011; 


Strafford 


Eleazer Baldwin, 


1935 


14652' 



11 



I Pop. G. 



li.st 



Tketford Press West, jr. 2113 14760 

Topsham Joiiathau Jennesa, 1384 80S7 

Tunbridge Elijah Dickeniian, 1920 15000 

Vershire Rufus Blanchard, 1260 8153 

Washington Stephen Burton, 1374 7C40 

West Fairlee Phinehas Kimball, 841 5715 

WUliamstoion Enoch Howe. 1437 13332 



27235 $200370 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Barre Alvan Carter, 2012 14152 

Berlin Jonathan P Miller, 1664 13088 

Calais Shubael Wheeler, 1539 7721 

Duxbury Ira Arms, 652 2860 

\Elmore Martin Elmore, 442 2012 

Fayston Peter Drew, 458 1867 

Marshfield William Martin, 1271 6233 

Middlesex John Vincent, 1156 6742 

Montpelier Azcl Spaldng, 2985 21822 

Moretoion Cephas Carpenter, 816 4161 

^Vorthfield John Aveiill, 1H2 8768 

Plainfield John Vincent, 874 5148 

Roxbury Isaiah Shaw, 737 3129 

\Stowe Uriah Willdns, 1570 8235 

IWaitsfield Thomas Prentiss, 958 7734 

\ Warren not rep. 766 4359 

Worcester Daniel Adams, 432 1783 

Waterbury Paul Dillingham, jr. 1650 10605 



21394 Ji 130426 

CHITTENDExV COUNTY. 

\Bolt<m Almond Whitcomb, 452 1397 

\Bicrli7igto)i Samuel Nichols, 3526 33292 

\charlotte Myron Powell, 1702 15003 

Colchester Udney H Penniman, 1489 7741 

Essex Amasa Bryant, 1664 9697 

Hinesburgh Amos Clark, 1669 11140 

Huntington James Ambler, ji. 929 4546 

Jench^ Thomas Chittenden, 1654 10200 

Mansfield George T^-u-n, 279 1146 

Milton ' Joseph Clark, 2100 15141 

\Richmond John Pay, 1109 6715 

iShelburne John Tabor, ■ 1123 11848 

St. George Sherman Beach, 135 965 



Un Icrhill 
We'itford 
, WiV.iston 



Bradleyvale 
Burke 
' Cabot 
Danville 
Goshen Gore 
Grotoii 
H'lrdwick 
Harris' Gore 
Kirby 
Lyndon 
J^'ewark 
Peac'tam 
Rye^ate 
SkeJ^-dd 
St. Johnshury 
Sutton 
Wald^n 
.Water ford 
•Wlieelock 
[Woodbury 



Avei-y^s Gore 

Baker. 9jisld 

Delvidere 
[Berkshire 
{Cambridge 

Enosburgh 

Fairfax 

Fairfield 

Fletcksr 

Franklin 
', Georgia 

High gale 

Johnso n 
^iMoiitgoraery 

mSSaSSmmmSiimB 



78 

Henry Oaks, 
David Hazel ton, 
David French. 



CALEDONIA COTTNtt. 

Cloud Harvey, 
not rep. 
Sheloon Coe, 
Tristram C Hoit, 
not rep. 
not rep. 
David Vance, 
Silas Underwood, 
noi -cp. 
Josiah Joslyn, 
Job Randpfl, 
Rufus Kinney, 
Asa Skeele, 
James Nelson, jr. 
Ezekiel Miles, 
Da\-id Goss, jr. 
Thomas True, 
Dani^-i Woosier, 
Jon-ithan D Stoddard, 
Benjamin Connor, 
Ebenezer Bruce. 



FRAVKLIN COrXTT. 

not rep. 

S. B. Hazletine, 
Alva Sheflee, 
Nathan Hamilton, 
James B Gihnore, 
John Adams, 
Joseph Lsirned, 
Jospph Sowle, 
Irz A- TJStrong, 
Philip S Gate's, 
not rep. 

Jesse Carpenter, 
Moses Morse, jr. 
Rufus Hamilton, 

^■4»«i «i n 1 HSiSS 



|Pop. G. list 

1052 3951 

1290 6947 

1608 12948! 



21775 $153i96' 



1764 
21 

866 
1304 
2031 

200 

836 

1216 

19 

401 
1822 

257 
1351 
1119 

720 
1592 
1005 

827 
1358 

834 

824 



13924! 

5486' 
8316^ 

21972 

I 

4458! 
76541 

2491^ 

12519! 

1477! 

12523; 
76941 
3467' 

13330! 
6177 

4910; 

10423 

325C! 
2546' 



20367 $14263] 



22 
1087 

185 
1308 
1613 
1560 
1729 
2270 

793 
1129 
1897 
2038 
1079 

160 



7033 
C36 

6010 
10730 

7515 

9122 
10479 

4631 

5581 
15434 
10585 

6561 



2464 



^jiiiiniim 



^asaosap 



79 



|Fop^ G. listi 



\Richford 

Sheldon 

St. .Albans 

Sicantan 

Sterliiig 

fVaterville 



Albany 
Barton 
Bro^jonington. 
Ckurlcston 
■ Coventry 
Coventry Gore 
\Craftshury 
Derby 
Eden 
Glover 
Greensboro^ 
Holland 
Hydepark 
Irasbiirgh 
Jay 

Lowell 
JSIorgan 
■Morristown 
J^eicport 
Troy 
Salem 
Westfield 
Wolcolt 
Westmwe 



Averill 

Bloomjield 

Brunsicick 

]Canuan 

[Concord 

Easthaven 

\Granby 

; Guildhall 



John Huse, 


704 


2886; 


William Green, 


1427 


9580; 


John Smith, Speaker^ 


2395 


20354| 


George Green, 


2158 


11615! 


not rep. 


183 


1039: 


Jesss C Holme3. 


488 


2484: 




24525 $]44S67-j 


ORLEANS COUNTT. 




j 


Jabez Page, 


683 


3704' 


Harry Baxter, 


729 


4769 


Elijah G Strong, 


412 


2504^ 


Silas Gaskill, 


564 


2282' 


Isaac Parker, 


728 


4092| 


not rep. 


6 


; 


Joseph Scott, jr. 


- 982 


6015; 


Orin Newcouib, 


1469 


8373 


Martin Wheelock, 


461 


2356; 


John Crane, 


S02 


4299; 


George A Morey, 


784 


4589' 


Joshua French, 


422 


1557; 


Joshua Sawyer, 


823 


4371i 


Moody B Kimball, 


860 


4803. 


Ebenezer Sanborn, 


196 


744i 


Silas Lamb, 


314 


1890: 


Jo'-in Bartlett, 


331 


1884: 


David P :Xoye3, 


1315 


S240: 


Asa B Moore, 


284 


1258: 


Ezra Johnson, 


603 


3070 


T^athaniel Cobb, 


230 


928, 


Chester Coburn, 


353 


14851 


Jessee Whitney, 


492 


2725 


John C Page. 


32 


181 

1 




13980 


§76161; 


ESSEX COt'KTT. 




- 


not rep. 


1 




Martin French, 


150 


704' 

1 


Haines Schotf, 


16 


693 


Caleb Ingalls, 


373 


1878 


Archibald Taggard, 


1031 


6604 


not rep. 


33 


1 


Joel Bassetl, ' 


97 


485^ 


John Dewey, 


481 


3354; 



80 iro pf'G. lis t; 

\Lemington Abdiel Elodgctt, 183 104l! 

Lunenburgh Chapin K Brooks, 1054 6844i 

\Mald$tons Joseph Gleason, 236 1519 

[Brighton ' William Washburn. 105 - 453 

Victory not rep. 53 ! 

JVenlock not rep. 24 | 



39S1 ;J23581| 

GRAND-ISLE COUNTY. 

.Qlburgh Joseph Sev.'all, 1239 9040 

Gtand Isle Henry C Boardman, 648 6265 

■JsleLaMott Reuben Pike, 450 2133 

■J>^orth Hero Augustus Knight, 638 3997 

South Hero Benajah Phdps. ' 717 6681 



3696 $28132' 
Population of the state, 1830, - - 280,679 
Grand List, 1833, - - - J>i2049321 28 



i'Rcv. Tobias Spicer, Chaplain, first part ol" session. 
[Rev. Chester Wright, Chaplain, latter part of session. 

Milton Brown, Sheriff. 

Cortland B. Stcbbins, JMasenger. 

C. L. Knapp, Reporter. 

Isaac Riker, Door-Xeepert 

Elvmas S. Newcomb, > ^«, . ,, rr 

G^o. W. Barker, \ ^^'''''' '^Z ^^"^ ^^^'''^''' 

Han-ison B. Page, Librarian. 



! Clergy, Altornies, Physicians, and Postmasters, in each 
! toicn in the State. 

' aENJ?fINGTON COUNTY. 

Arlinglon. — Town clerk. John B. Lathrop, First con- 
stable, Curtis Hawley, Selectmen, Samuel IBuck, Guliu! 
Canfield, Lemuel Hawley ; Clergy, Wm. S. Perkins, f p. 
Attorney, Phinehas Smith, Physicians, Simeon Littiefield, 
Aaion McKee, Mr Mason, Abel Aylesworth, Postmas- 
ters, Bingham Hill, Hiram Wickham. 

I Bennington.— -7 o\%-n. clerk, William Haswell, First con- 
stable, Hiram Blackmer, Selectmen, Green Blackmer, AI- 
vah Rice, Samuel Loomis, Turner Hill, Enos Rudal, A. 
>Sherwood, Clergy, Hooker, con. Bond, univ. 



— Hull, bap. AUorniea, D. Robinson, jr. Trumar> 
|3quier3, O. C. xMcrrill, Hiland Hall, Uel M. Robinson,' 
Samuel H. Blackiner, Henry Kellogg, John S. Robinson, 
Picrpont Ishum, William S. Southworth, Alanson P. Ly- 
nan, Hirmon Canfield, Physicians, Bigclow, Gilbert, 
Wright, N. Swif., H. Swift, Postmaster, Wm. Haswcll. 

Dorset. — Town dork, Azcl Morse, First constable, 
Royal Sor^-can% Selectmen, Experience [Barrows, Benja-f 
inin Amos, Alviii Gray, Clergy, Willam Jackson, con.j 
Mr Woodward, bap. Mr B?aman, nieth. Physicians, Hen-; 
;ry Bell, Wul^er S. Shuiaway, Posimastcrs, James A.j 
jHydc, Marshal Roberts. 

Lan'i^rove. — Town clerk, Reuben Holt, jr. Firstconsta-i 
l)Ie, Newton Lovejoy, Selectmen, Reuben Holt, jr. Daviil 
VVdey, Gideon Davis, jr. Physicians, Araori Benson, G. 
L. Whiting, Postmastor, Selah Wurnci-. 

JM/nckesttr. — Town clerk, Lyman Harrin2,ton. Fir.«;tj 
iconstablc, Scrcnus S. Roberts, Selectmen, Lorain Dean,'' 
I Jof.so Hard, Curtis Burton, Clergy, Moses Field, baptist, 
: lames Anderson, con. Attornics, Scrcnus Switt, Milo L. 
|Bennet, Leonard Saroje.it, John AiUin. Charles Aikin, — 
Ward, Pliysicians, Ezra Isham, — Tuttlc, — Dunton,' 
Postmasters, Henry Robinson, Factory point, Bcnjatnin 
Roberts. I 

Peru. — Town clerk, Reul)cn Blgolow, First consfablc,| 
Nathan ^Vhitney, Selectmen, Benjamin Barnard, jr. Reu-{ 
ben Bijjclow, Peter Dudley, Postmaster, Danii'l Tuthill. i 
Poivuiil. — Town clerk, Sylvanujj Danl'orth, First consta- 
I bio, Josiah Bates, Selectmen, Samuel Wright, Elijidi Bar- 
ber, Jacob Peck, Clergy, Edv.-prd Green, Benjamin Gar-« 
ner, bap. Mr. Pratt, melh. Physicians, Benjamin F. Mor-| 
;an, A. B. Wilder, A. W. Potter, Postmaster, John M.i 
Potter. I 

Readsboro.''—Town clerk, Sylvester Bishop, First con- 
stable. Elijah Bayley, Selectmen, Elisha Littletield, Cal- 
i;vin W. Baker, David Amsdon, Clergy, James Carpc:iter, 
)ap. Josiah Stearns, ret mcth. Postmaster, Joel Hcaton. i 
Rupert. — Town clerk, Henry Sheldon, First conrtaMc,- 
James Sheldon, Selectmen, Joseph Hastings, Enoch East 
nan, Hiram Bayley, Clergy, David Wilson, con. Archi- 
:)ald Wait, bap. Physicians, John Sergeant, Henry Shel 
ion, Postmasters, Ira F. Sheldon, west, Harmon Under- 
bill, East Rupeit. ' 
Sandfrgte. — Town clerk, Ethan Bradley, First constable, 



JRoswell Tuttie, Selectmen, Reubea Thomas, Theodore 
iSanderson, Clark Pock, Phys cian, Harmon Tucker, 
Postmaster, Ethan Bradley. 

Searsburgh. — Town clerk, Joseph Eames, First consta- 
Tble, John Knapp, Selectmen, Joseph Crosier, Joseph 
Eames, David Crosier, Postmaster, Oliver Preston. 

Shaflsburj. — Town clerk, Hiram Barton, Firsjt consta 



'ii,. i^ennei, — vv ainer, uapo. iL.iiuL;u xviiiii, liiutii. .n.iL(ji- 
lacy, Nathan Huntington, PJiysicians, Daniel Huntington; 
'Joaas Huntington, Postmasters, Henry Huntington, Jon-| 
!athan Draper. 

! Sta^nford. — Town clerk, Otis Philips, First constable,! 
[Stephen Cook, Selectmen, Joseph Ivliaer, Seneca Philips,! 
Lyman Stoddard, Clergy, Mr Hazen, raeth. Postmaster,! 
John L. 'vVilmarth. ' '| 

Sunderland. — Town clerk, James A. Graves, First oon-i 
jstahle, Hiram Hill, vSelectmen, William Perkins, jr. Ed-, 
jmund A. Graves, Jeremiah Webb, Postmaster, Gilbert- 
Bradley, 2d. 

Winhall. — Town clerk, Natbaniel Mellen, First consta-. 
ble, John Brooks, Selectmen, Nathaniel Nielien, Reuben! 
Brooks, Silas Gleason, Physician, Job Leonard, Post-| 
master, Hardin Bebee. 

Woodford. — Town clerk, Elisha Lyon, First constable,, 
Philetus Knapp, Selectmen, Huel Cutler, Joseph C. Hoi-; 
lister, Joseph Knapp, Clrgy, Joseph C. Holister, raeth.j 
Postmaster, Elisha Lyon. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. j 

^I'Juns — Town clerk, Lyman Alexander ; First constat 
ble, Micah Davis ; Selectmen, Joseph Tinkbam, Comfort 

Thresher, Wiilard Oaks ; Clergy, Henry Woolley, 

Morgan, meth Postmaster, Ethalston Bayley. j 

Braltleboro' — Town clerk, Stephen Greenleaf; Firstj 
constable, Pblncas Stev.'art; Selectmen, Joseph Goodhue. i 
iLayfayette Clark, John Plummer; Clergy, Jona. Mcgee.j 

^J L Stark, con Addison Brown, unit Bugbee, univi 

jMethodist and Baptist names not known ; Attornie?, Sam- 
;uel Elliot, Asa Green, Wm B Hayes, Jon^itb-an D Brad-: 
:ley, Gouv. Morris, AsaKcycs ; Physicians,}Willard Ames.! 

iDaniel Gilbert, J L Dickerman,' Bailey ; Postmas-i 

iters, Asa Green, Phineas Stewart. ' 

Brookline — Town cle'-k, Jacob Jlii^drtt ; First constable 



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Ephraim H Mason ; Selectmen, Samuel Adams, Edson 
Eliggins, Samuel Stebbins ; Clergy, George Philips, bap 
Fh^'sician, William Perry. 

I Dover — Town clerk, Samuel Jones ; First constable, 
jAsaph Haskins; Selectmen, Samuel Jones, James Miner, 
jLuther Corse ; Clergy, James Mann, bap Daniel Leon- 
ard, f bap; Physicians, Jcdediah Eastabrook, E A Kitt- 
iridge ; Postmaster, John Rice, jr. I 
' Dummerston — To>\n clerk, Joseph Duncan ; First con-' 
stable, I\Iarshall Newton, jr ; Selectmen, Asa Knight, 
Thomas Arnold, Asa Dustou, jr ; Clergy, Hosea Beckiey, 
con Jonathan Huntley, bap Freeman Loring univ ; At-j 
torny, Marshall Miller ; Physicians, Isaac N Knapp, Se-i 
wall 'Waikcr, Isaac Boyden, Charles Duncan, Jonathan,' 
^Bennett, Isaac Burnett; Postmaster, Luther Allyn. 
' Grafton — Town clerk Benjamin H Bridgeman ; First 
constable, Samuel Walker ; Selectmen, Erastus Burgess,! 
William Thompson, Oliver Davis, jr ; Clergy, Moses] 
Bradford, con Erastus Willard, bap, Attorney, David L | 
Putnam ; Physicians, Benjamin H Bridgeman, Wolcottj 
C Chandler, Ezra Edson ; Postmaster, Nathan Wheeler. |l 
j Guilford — Town clerk, YvT'ard Bullock ; First constable,^ 
PoUc^sell Hyde, 2d do George Robinson, jr ; .Selectmen,' 
Isaac Brown, jr Nathan Conant, Abel Weatherhead: 
Clergy, Jacob Pierson, epis Benjasnin Bucklin and Dan- 
iel CTrant, bap Asa Hayes, Livings, meth ; Physi-' 

icians, Dana Hyde, Bcnjaniin V/ Stevens, Abel Whitney; 
I Postmasters, Elihu Field, Ed. Houghton, jr Guilford centre. | 
i Halifax — Town clerk, Darius Bullock : First constable, 
Samuel Niles, jr ; Selectmen, Benjamin Yv'oodard, Park 
i vVilliams, Sanfbrd Plumb; Clergy, Thomas H Wood, 
con Samuel Fish, bap; Attorney, Jedediah Stark ; Physi- 
cian, Charles Houghton ; Postmasters, Thomas H Wood, 
Benjamin Woodard. 

Jamaica — Tov.n clerk, Nathaniel Cheney, jr; Firs _ 
constable, William L Waterman ; Selectmen, James 
Brov/n, jr Ziba Chapin, Samuel T P«. Cheney ; Ckr.y, 

Charles M Brov.n, con Fisk, bap, Physicians, Mo- 

'ses Chamberlain, Joel Molton , Postmaster, Samuel T R 
Cheney. 

Lon dander nj — Town cleik, James B Collins; First con- 
stabK^, Ruel White; Selectmen, 'Elisiha White, Barney 
Wait, jr Lyman Whitman ; clergy, bap J Pierce ; Physi- 
cians, J B Collins. J Arnold; Postmaster, S W Sheld'on 



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Marlboro^ — Town clerk, David Mather ; First coRsta-j 




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.Postmaster, Jonathan Smith. 
|i J\"ewfane — Town clerk, >^athan Stone ; First eonsta- 
*b!e, John A Merrifield; Selectmen, Lir Isaac Newtori,i 
JArtemas Bruce, Geo AVilliams, 2d ; Clergy, Vv'illiam H| 
.fiodgcs, meth, Attornies, Mariin Field, Roswell ]\j' 
field; Phy^eiansj John Wilson, Chester Olds, Elihu: 
Halladay j Postmaster.s, Dexter Ilolbrook Fayetteville. 
/aeon Duncan, jrWiiliamsville. 
{ Painty — I'tj-'.vn clerk, James Lot ; First constable,^ 
i William Houghton; Selectmen, Isaac Grant, , Lewis Mil- 
tier, Jcdediah Sabin.jr; Cler<iy, Amos Foster, con ; 

I VVoblity, nielh; Attornies, Phineas White, James Craw-- 
[lord; Physiciani, Alexander Carapbel!, John Campbell,' 

i Postmaster, J«"mes Keyes. j 

j Rockingham — Town' clerk, Alex S Campbell ; First 
r-onsiablc, Elias Pulsipher; Selectmen, Cyrus Locke, 
I Richard Cobb, Ezekiel Weston; Clergy, Carhon Chase.' 

pis — Ely, bap Putiiom meth Haxley Burr, f bap: 

Attornies^ Daniel KeI!o2g, Horace Baxter, A S Camp-i 
bell; Physicians Noah Pratt, J PI Wells, Artemas Rob 

bins, Lawrence ; Postmaster, John H Wells, E. 

JPalls, Royal Earl, Saxtons River. | 

Somerset — Town clerk, Hazleton Rice; Firj^t constable.; 
Alexander H Pike; Selectmen, Kphrairn Rice, John E; 
Crosby, Isaac N Pike: Clcrcy, Daniel Leonard, bap. i 
' Toicnshend — Town clerk, Lucius Dyer ; I'rrst consta- 
ble, Eber M Barber ; Selectmen, Chapin Howard, Abie" 
Stoddard, J H Brigharn ; Clergy, Horatio N Graves, con 
Simeon Chamberlain, bap; Attornies, Ciiarles Phelps. 
•Epaph Pk.ansom ; Physicians, Joel Chamberlain, R W, 
Ranney, Charles ClaVk, Charles Perry; Po.^tmasters, Ei 
Ronsom, Townshend, John Fessenden; West Towns- 
hend, ! 

Vernan — Town clerk, ^Marshall Whithcd ; First con- 
stable Sylvanus Harris ; Selectmen, Cyrus Washburn.' 
Ebenczer Howe, jr, Jesse Lee ; Clergy, Timothy F Rod^ 
i gers, ur.it; Physicians, Cyrus Washbura; Pofct.-naster,. 
LVIarshall WTrlthed. ! 

!j TVardsboro" — Town clerk, A?a Wheelork ; First con-; 
[Ktable, Ira P Howard; Selectmen, Asa Underwood, j:; 



JAdm Thayer, Henry Grover ; Clergy, James Tufts, conl; 

! TwichoU, meth; Physicians, Paul Wheeler, John P| 

I Warren, Oren? Oilman; Postmasters, James Tufts, Peter 

jHammond, Jackson Newall. 1 

! Whiiingham — Town clerk, Rufus Chase; First conata-- 

|'ile, Y\'iiliam Hull ; Selectmen, James White, Mosesj 

.VJorse, David Chase 2d; C'ergy, bap Amherst Lamb, 

r bap Calviii Bucklin, meth Ebenezer Davis, univ Hosea. 

IF Ballon; Attornies, John Roberts, Horace Roberts, 

jrienry Closson ; Physicians, Rawsell Pike, Horace May, 

|SU;ot Brcwn; Postmasters, Horace Roberts, Whiting-; 

ham, James Robei ts, Point Pleasant. ■ 

j TVdinington. — Town clerk, Abher Allard ; Fiist con-; 

Israble, John F Field; Selectmen, Asher Haynes, S Pj 

riagg, Luther Chandler ; Clergy, con Joel Wright, | 

bap Mansfield Bruce, meth Jahnson; Attorney, 




;Hart B Abbott, Selectmen. Amos Emery, Tmiothy Sher 
win, Rufus Far;-; Clergy, con Schih R Arms, bap Sam'lj 
Kingsbury; Physician, John A*xstin ; Postmaster, Sam'lj 
;Abhottjr. • ' '" 

Wcstnunstcr— Town clerk, Timothy Fisk ; First con 
stable, Ira Goodhii ; Selectmen, John Smith, Samuel Ea- 
ton, Joel Page; Clergy, con Sylvester Page and Timothy 
iFrink ; Attorney Wm C Bradley; Physicians, David A\'\ 
lien, Phny Saffbrd ; Postmasters^ Pliny Safibrd, David Al- j 
len, W Vv'estminster. i 

RI'TLAND COUNTY. I 

Benson — Town clerk, Milo Smith; First constable, Ze- 
bina Field ; Selectmen, John Dickernian, Chauncy R 
Walker, Philetus Goodrich; Clergy, con Daniel D Fran- 
Icis and Dan Kent; Attornies, John Kellogg, Milo Smith, j 
jPhysicians R P C00I03', Scth Ransom, Abijah H How-|| 
jard j Postmaster, C R Walker, 

j Br::nJon — Town clcrkj Barzilla Davenport ; First con-jj 
^stable, Walter Cooley ; Selectmen, C W Conant, VV Hjl 
Keeler, Harvey Hall ; Clergy, con Ira Ingraham, bapl 
|G B Ide, meth Charles Pomroy; Attornies, A W Brough-j 
•ton, Barzilla Davenport, E June, F-odncy V Marsh ; Phy-i 
sicians, I F Merriam, J F Marusen, L Smith, L Hale jrj 
[ W Hale, Gorry Ross; Postmaster, Seth Keeler. : 

CaslUt'm — Town clerk, Ohver Harris ; First constable.;; 

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[j ; — , . 

iDaniel {Scovil ; Selectmen, Samue] iVloultoo, Ezekiel Bu 
^el, John Meacham; Clergy, con Joseph Steele, meth- 



'Ayers; Attornies, Ziniri Howe, Selah H Merrill, Benj'u 
|f Langdon, Isaac I Wright, Lorenzo Mason ; Physicians, 
JTheodore Woodward, Jonathan D Woodward, Joseph 
iPerkins ; Postmaster, Samuel Moulton. 
j Chittenden — Town clerk, Moses Randall ; First con-j 
Istable, Capen Leonard, jr: Selectmen Thomas J Leon-| 

5ard, Aaron Seger, Charles Hewett j Clergy, meth ■ 

Prindle. | 

i Clarendon — Town clerk, Daniel SEwing; First con-| 
'stable, Lucius M Walker ; Selectmen, Allen C Shepard-j 
son, Josiah French, jr Aaron Aldrich, Hopkins Horion,{ 
jPeleg Scammans ; Clergy bap John Peck, con not known} 
[physicians, Jonathan WShaw, Seneca V/ing, Silas Bow-! 

iien ; Postmasters Caleb Hall, Calvin Crossman. 
j Danby — Town clerk, John Vail ; First constable, Den- 
inis Horton ; Selectmen, Daniel Baitlett, Edward Vail, jr 
lAzariah Hillyard ; Physicians, Harris Otis, Eli Learned, 
I Albert Robinson, Wm Fox ; Postmaster, Aiden H 
jjGreen. 

Ij Fairkaven — Town clerk, Benjamin F Gilbert ; Firsi! 
'constable, Wm B Colburn ; Selectmen, Heman Stannard.i 



I Hubbardton- Town clerk, S Bent "Walker, 

jstable, Pliney Holmes; Selectmen, Perry Dikeman, Levijj 
jSt John, Henry J Horton, : Clergy, con Horatio Flagg.' 
ibap Salard ; Physicians, Daniel Robinson ; Post- 
master, Samuel J Paine. 

Ira— Town clerk, John Mason ; First constable, Hiran:- 
Fish; Selectmen, Whipple Martin, Joshua Harrington. 
Person W Wilkinson ; Clergy, bap Josiah Parker ; Post-j 
master, Daniel Graves, jr. 

Mlddleloxvn — Town clerk, Ehakim Paul ; First consta-| 
ble, John Harrington ; Selectmen, Eli Oatman, Wm Fl 
Miner, Micah Vail; Clergy, con Guy C Thompson, bap 
Gershaia B Day ; atlornies, Jonas Clark, Orson Clark ;* 
physicians, FJiakim Paul, Alva Paul ; postmaster, Horace 
Clark. 

JSIendon — Town clerk, Draper Ruggles ; first consta- 
ble Roswcil Gibson ; selcclmcii, Rufus Richardson, 
Jeor^ePcrry, Samuel Clark. 



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K Ml Tabor — Town clerk, Benjamin Britton ; first consLa-, 
jble, John Reid ; selectmen, Daniel Griffith, Sam'l Foster,; 
IDa'vid Sav,yer ; clergy, metli Eenjamin Sha\v. j 

i Mount Holley— Town clerli, Daniel Parker; first con^ 
'stable, David French ; selectmen, Marvel Johnson, Jacobs 
Finc^rey, Cbauncey Cook: clergy, bap Daniel Parker ;j 
;physicians, John Crowley, Silvester Grinnel; postmaster, 
1 Hiram Dickerman. I 

Onvell—Town clerk, Roswell Bcttum jr ; first consta-, 
bie, Chauncey W Conkey; selectmen. Bishop Bottum,; 
Rulufif White 2d Ithamer Gregory; clergy, bap Aaron 
An^er ; attorney, Julian W Buell ; physicians, Earl Cush- 
man, Nathan Gale, Joel Barber, Lemuel Vvicker; po t-; 
master, Ira Smith 2d. j 

p aw leit—T own clerk, Elisha Allen; first constable,! 
Robert H v^mith ; selectmen, Milton Brown, Oliver Hanks,j 
James Leach, jr ; clergy, con E ^V Plumb, meth Elias C| 
Crawford, camelite, EP Reynolds; attormes, ^athanlel| 
jHarman, G W Harman ; physicians, Oliver L Harmon,; 
iSamuel Potter, AV^arren B Sargent, John S Cleaveland ; 
■postmaster, R C Wheeler, 

Pittsneld—Town clerk, Levi Rix ; first constable, Asa; 
Janes ;" selectmen, E B Rockwell, Ira Parsons, Calyih 
Joslin : clergy, con John Rockwell ; physician, Levi Ris;: 
I postmaster, b'aniel Bowe. i 

I Pf«5/or^— Town clerk, Samnel H Kellogg; first coii^; 
■stable, Jeffry Barns ; selectmen, Harris Booge, Peleg C; 
iBarlow, Deodat Brewster; clergy, con Willard Chdd,! 
'meth A C Rice ; attornies, Gordon Newell, John G New-i 
icll, Lyman Granger ; physicians, A G ^Daoa, P C Bar-i 

'1q„,^ Armington, K Winslow; postmaster, E Brown jr.^ 

, PouUvev— Town clerk, Henry G Neal ; first constable. 
'Harlow Hosford ; selectmen, James Richardson, hamue! 
iR.jcTcrles, James Winehcl ; clergy, con Sylvester Coch-^ 

Vanerbap Ricket, meth Peg, epis —-Bingham : | 

attornies Almon Yv^arner, James S Harris, Elisha \V ard :, 
physicians, Adin Kendrick, Stephen Brownscn, Ebenezer 
Porter ; postmasters, Wm Wheeler, Henry Stanley. 
,1 J?ufZanfZ~Town clerk, Ambrose L Brown; Jirst con- 
stable, Abner Mead; selectmen, James Porter, txcnrv 
h.'Iead, Elijah Boardman, Luther Daniels; clergy, coni 
Iwm Mitchell, Lucius L Tidcn, hap Hadley Proctor, rpiF; 
IJohn A Hicks; attornies Moses Strong, Robert renH)Ie| 
iWm Pa*^e, R C Royce, A L Brown, E LOrmsb^^Rr^ 



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Thrall, Solomon Foot, M M Strong, H B Parmalec, F 
'W Hopkins ; physiciana James Porter, Joel Green, Lo-' 
jrenzo Shelden, L B Cole, James B Porter, Horace Greer, 
^Joha Cleaveland ; postmastej-s, R H Waller, L L Til- 
den. 

Sherburne — Town clerk, Is'oah Johnson ; first consta- 
ble, Charles Shedd ; selectmen, Albro Anthony, Richarc' 
Eastabrooks jr Silas Coiton ; clergy, chris Noah Johnson : 
poitinaster, Cephas Wood. 

, Shrewsbury — Town clerk, Harry Holden ; first consta- 
jble, Otis G Jones; selectmen. Job Waterman, Johi; 
Buckmaster, Walter Ross, Benja Billings, Jeremiah Dov, 
jr ; clero-y, iiniv Henry Giftbrd, christ C W Martin, baj 
Farrar; physician, Alanson Burroughs ; postmaster. 



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Stephen Gleason, Levi Finney, Finneysville 

Sudbury — Town clerk, Hiram Warner; first constable. 
Ahner Hull, jr; sc^lectmen, Barnard Keteham, Sam'l San- 
ders, Alanson Griffin ; clergy, meth Ally, univ 

Haven; physician, C W Horton ; postmaster, Hirar; 
Warner. 

Tinmoutii — Town clerk, George Capron ; first consta 
jble, Eliada Cramton ; selectmen, Peter White, jN'oah V> 

Sawyer, George Capron; clergy, con Williams:. 

• attornics, Obadiah Noble : physicians, Theophilus Clark, i 
James Allen ; Postmaster, Wm Vauo;hn. 

Wallingjord — Town clerk, Howard Harris; first con 

stable, Isham White; selectmen, Samuel M Edgertor: 

5 Dennis Hulett, Amos Bucklin ; clergy, con Stephen Mur 

Ilindale, bap Frederick Page, Davis, meth John Ally, j 
John Fitch, ref meth Daniel Vaughn Monroe; attor-; 
,nies, Harvey Button, A L i\ inor ; physicians John Fox, { 
I David Holden, Joseph Rancall, jr; postmaster, Scth E' 
Leonard. 

Wells—Town clerk, Ansel Goodspcad ; first constabl 
A polos Hastings ; selectmen, John Pray, Joseph Pari 
David B Lewis; clergy, meth Shubael Lamb; physician, 
Joseph Munson; postmastcrj Levi Lewis. 'i 

Westkavcji— Town clerk, Artcmas V/yman last year : j 
first constable, John W Gregg; selectmen, Samuel AJ-i 
a.ms Artemas Wyman, Oliver Church ; clergy, con Jo'. 
A Avery, bap Reuben Sawyer; physician, Gilbert Spoon- 
er ; postmaster, Apollas Smith. 

WINDSOR COUNTY. 

.Inyhver — Town clerk, Sewal Sn.i h , fir.«t ronetable, 



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jGerge W Stickney ; selectmen, Sewal Smith, John B^ 
JManning, Benjaraui Morse ; clergy, bap Joel Manning ;; 
Iphysician, Charles W Chandler; postmosters, Sewell 
iSrnith, Edward L Simons, Simonsville. j 

1 Baliimore ~T own clerk, I M Boynton ; first constable,' 
jEarl Woodbm-y ; selectmen, Luke Harris, Jona Wood-' 
;bury, jr. Joshua Leland; Clergy, univ Joshua Leland. | 
j Barnard — Town clerk, George R Winslow; first con-' 
jStable, Joseph Bowman ; selectmen, Calvin A Green,! 
iWillard Gambd, Ebenezer Atv'ood ; clergy, con Preston! 
jTaylor, meth Andrew Stevens, E Bigelow ; attorney,' 

■George E Wales ; physicians, Isaac Danforth, Bur-^ 

bank, Thomas Switt, Parkman Danforth ; postmaster, 
Edwin Morris. 

Bethel — Town clerk, Jonathan Alarsh; first constable, 
El)enezer Parkhurst ; selectmen, John Noble, Enos Childs, 

jLeonard Fisk ; clergy, con Whiting, epis Sa- 

ibin, meth Washington George, Patten Davis, Andes T 

iBuliard, univ Gaffield ; attorney, Julius Converse ; 

Iphysicians, Alfred Page, Pierson ; postmaster, Sam-; 

juel Austin, jr. Leonard Fisk. 

j Bridgewater — ToM^n clerk, Isaiah Raymond ; first con-j 
istable, Moses Montague ; selectmen, Lyman Raymond,! 
jMoses Montague, Thomas V Vose; clergy, bap Nehemi-; 
lah V/oodward, meth Junius Spalding ; physicians, J Irl' 
Munger, G P Wood, S D Sears ; postmaster, Thomas] 
[Southgate jr. j 

[. Cavendish — Town clerk, Samuel Adams ; first consta-, 
ble, Joseph Adams; selectmen, Samuel Adams, Levi 
Jackman, Daniel Wheeler; clergy, bap Joseph Freeman,' 
luniv VV'arren Skinner, f bap James Morgan; attornies, 
Horace Fletcher, Salmon F Dutton, Calvin French; phy-' 
sicians, Archibald M E'.vin, Alpheus Fletcher, Isaiah Par-[ 
ker ; postmasters, Otis Robins, Horace Fletcher, Proctors-' 
ville. j 

Chester — Town clerk, Amos Heald ; first constable,; 
Bcnj B Safgeant, selectmen, Amos Heald, Phineas Oi 
Sargeant, Abial Richardson ; clergy, con Uzziah C Burnap, 
Christ Rufus Green, bap Jacob S McCollum; attornies,; 
Thomas Robinson, Oramcl Hutchinson ; physicians Ptol-j 
emy Edson, Thomas T Barrett, Abram Lov/ell, Stephenj 
Spear ; postmaster, phineas O Sargeant. I 

Harllarid — Town clerk, John S Marcy ; first constable,; 
Wells tiadley ; selectmen, Asa Weed, John Daniels,' 



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William H Leminex ; clergy, con Samuel ^Delano, bap 

Timothy Grow; attornies, Jt>hn S Marcy, ^ Cutts ; 

Iphysicians, John 'Harding, Sylvester Marcy, Jeremy T| 
JMliler, Henry B Brown, Seth E Winslow : postmasters.! 
Jonah Thompson, Alvin Taylor, North Hartland. 
Ij Hartford — Town clerk, Freegrace Leavitt : first con 
iistable, OramelH Nichols: selectmen, Allen Hazen, Free 
i'grace Leavitt, Nathaniel Thomas: clergy, con Austinj 
, Hazen : attornies, Andrew Tracy, Edward P Harris :! 
''physicians, Galen Hunter, Thomas Carter, Leonard Nash, 
j Dan Wright, David Ingraharn, Ira Tenny : postmasters j 
jiOramel Nichols, Jacob Dimick, Clueechy Village, E j 
Whitney. 

Ludlow — Town clerk, Artemas Spafford : first consta- 
ble, Silas Warren : selectmen, Asa Fletcher, Asahcl Smith, 
[Charles Ives : clergy, con Peter J Nichols : attorney. 
■Reuben Washburn : physicians, Wm B Wetherbee, Ar- 
dain G Taylor : postmaster, John How. 

Plymouth — Town clerk, Cephas Moore : first constable. 
Samuel Page: selectmen, Cephas Moore, Asa Marsh, Is- 
rael P Brown : clergy, bap Otis Robinson : physicians. 
Horatio N Carter, Daniel Jones : postmaster, Moses 
Pollard jr. 

Pom/ret — Town clerk, David Chandler : first constable. 
John Paddock, jr: selectmen, Gardner Winslow, Olive; 
Leonard, Rufus Bngbee : clergy, con Joseph D White 
christ Daniel Winchester, Asa Bradley, Isaac Dexter ; 
physician, Kimball Russ: postmaster, Martin Snow. 
' Reading — Town clerk, Samuel C Loveland : fi^st con- 
stable, Solomon Keyes: selectmen Wm Fclch, Charle.s 
Buck, Shubacl C Shedd : clergy rest S C Loveland. metii 
Rufiis L Harvey: physicians, Nathaniel Tells, Silas Put-I 
nam : postmasters Wm L Hawkins, Watlon Browr: 
Felchville, Rufns Buck, South Reading. 

Rochester — Town cleik John Trask : first constable. 
Wm B Henry : selectmen, Phineas Cooper, Lyman Em-j 
erson, Wm Andrus: clergy con Sherman Kellog::, metlr 
Fullr:r, Harvey Garniey : attorney' Sumner A Web- 



ber: physicians Daniel Huntington, Reuben Hall, Josiah' 
;jH Phelps, Retire Trask: postmaster Horace Rust. 
li Roynl'on — Town clerk Richard Bloss : first constable 

David Bosworth: selectmen John Francis, Daniel Rix, 
'Jona Kinney : clergy con A C Washburn : attornies Johnt 
{ Franc is, Alden C Noble: physicians Joseph' A Donni-j 



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son, Joseph A Dennison jr. Richard Bloss : postmaster 
John Warren. 

Springfield — Town clerk Xomlas Cobb : first consta- 
ble Samuel Chipmarn : selectmen Geo Johnson, Jonathan ^ 
Chase, E.eub?n L-ockwood : clergy con DO Morton, metn' 
Dexter Bates, bap C WHodgesT attornies ^omhs Cobb, 
3 W Porter: physicians Moses Cobb, Eleazer Crain, 
Leonard Chase, Henry Crain, Ariel Kendrick : postmas-f 
tcrs Frederick A Porter, Abner Field. 

Sharon—Town clerk Ptletlah Metcalf: first constable; 
Truman Page: selectm.an Truman Holt, IJoses Preston, 
■^oel Hunter: clergy con Samuel Bascomb: attorney Sam- 
uel ShutJieworth : physician Abel Southaid : postmaster 
Chester Baxter, 

Siockbridge — Town clerk Merrick Gay : first constable; 
Daniel Gay : selectmen Joseph P Chamberlain, John!; 
laggard, Lester Lincoln : clergy, bap A Allen ; attorney,! 
Job Strong : physician, Timothy P Fay: postmasters,! 
Justin Morgon jr. Merrick Gay, Gaysville. i 

Weathersfield — Town clerk Joshua L'pham : first con- 
it'tble Bd.iiel Bovven : selectmen Barnabas Dean, Nathanll 
B Dean, Eiiison Richards : clergy con James Converse :'' 
ittorney Asa Wheeler : piiysician, Robert B Cramb : post- 
nasters Bailey Bartlett, Bow, Joseph Hidden, Reuben 
Squires. 

Weston— Town clerk Amos N Burton : first constable 
Wrn Turner: selectmen Amos N Burton, Parker Shat- 
uck, Jonathan Webster : clergy con Justin Parsons, bap 
Vlartin L Fuller, meth Wm H^Stodard : attorney Edson 
A-lIen: physicians Henry Gray, Seneca Carter : postmas-l'- 
;er John Wilder. ' ' |! 

Windsor — Town clerk, Edwin Egerton : first constable*' 
Leonard Person: selectmen Charles Le-ivens, Edwin Ed-^^ 
^erton, Luther Wardner: clergy con John Wheeler, bapi! 

Hutchinson, epis Wm Horlon : attornies Samueli| 

Shuttleworth, Jona H Hubbard, Thomas Lcland, Asa!< 
liken, Carlos Coolidge, Edwin Edgerton, Horace EvH,r-!| 
Mt, Charles Hopkins, Philander Freeman, Thomas Ful-jj 
eifon: physicians Nahum Trask, Stephen Cole, Edwardji 
5 Phelps, Erastus C Torrey, Dyer Story, Cyrus Hough-!! 
•on, John Wakefield, Joseph Whiting: postmasters Ja-' 
jez Sargent, Oliver G Sweester, W.Windsor. 

Woodstock — Town clerk, Henry C Dennison : first con 
litabl e Tracy Bingham : selectmen Henry C Denn:-on, 



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Joseph iVlakcnzie, Benj G Bigelow : clergy con Robert 
Southgate, epis B C C Parker, christ Jasper Hazen, Wml 
Hunter, D Mower, univ Wm Bell, Jacob Holt: attornics 
Charles Marsh, Job Lyman, David Pierce, Lyndon A 
i Marsh, Benj Swan, jr. Isaac N Cushman, O P Chandler, 
Josiah Chandler jr. Edv»-in Hutchinson, Henry Hutchin- 
son physicians David Palmer, Willard Parker, John D* 
Powers, Willard Bowman, Stephen Drew, Buckley O Ty-| 
ler, Jos'-ph A Gallup, John Burncll, A T Leffiticwell' 
Lewis F Gallup: postmasters, Benj Swan, jr. Richard 
Ransom, S Woodstock. 

ADDISON COUKTY. 

Addison — ^Town clerk, Lyman Clark; first constable, Daniel 
R Brown; selectmen, Asa Wilmarth, David Whitney, Aaron 
Jackson ; clcrsy, Burton Carpenter, bap ; physicians, Prentiss D 
Cheney, Asa §nell : postmasters, Gid'n Seeger jr. Asahel Barns. 

Bridport — Town clerk, Joshua S Strong ; first constable, Abel 
P Skilf ; selectmen, Benj Miner jr. James Fletcher, Abner Wil- 
cox ; clergy, con Dana Lamb, bap Wm Mower, metli G Hudson, 
H R CjDkman, meth Wm Green ; attorney, Calvin Solace ; 
physicians, Luther Cony, Joel Rice, Martin Gay ; postmaster, 
Daniel Miner. 

Bristol — Town clerk, Horatio Needham ; first constable, Jas 
Wilds ; selectmen, Abraham Gaige, Harvey Munsill, Henry So- 
per ; clergy, con Eli W Taylor- bap J M Graves ; attornies, Ho- 
ratio Needham, Sam'l H HoUey, Paul P HoUey, Lyman Munson; 
physicians, Noble H Finney, Rufus Gilford ; postmaster, Henry 
C Soper. 

1 CoRS'WALL — Town clerk, Asahel Bingham ; first constable, 
Julius D Long : selectmen, Russel Foot, A!anson Peck, Truman! 
Eells ; clergv, con Jedediah Bushnell, — Wright bap ; physiciansJ 
Frederick Ford, Ohver J Eels, Harris O Porter; postmaster] 
Samuel Everts. 

Ferrisburgh — Town clerk, Theophilus Middlebrook ; first 
constable, Lewis Hurlburt; selectmen, Dan'l Marsh, Benj Ferris, 
Alfred Warner ; clergy, John A Dodge bap ; physician, Jonathan 
Cram ; postmaster, Stoddard Martin. 

Goshen — Town clerk, Nathan Capen; first constable, Wm 
Carlisle, 3d ; selectmen, Elnathan Knapp, James Fiits, Ezra 
Washburn jr ; clergy, Ziba Boynton, meth ; postmaster, Ol- 
iver Gibson. 

Hancock — Town clerk, Zerah Barns ; first constable, Ehud 
Darlin ; selectmen, Charles Church, John Hackett, Amos Fas- 
sett; physicians, Hiram Morgan,. Joseph Billings; postmaster, 
Royal Flint. 

Kingston — Town clerk, TIios. King; first constable, Jas. "\V 
Parker; selectmen, Samueil Pinney, Elisha Ford, Eber Lamb ; 
i postmaster, Solomon Burnham jr. 
|. Leicester — Town clerk, VVrnGile ; first constable, Edward 



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iMoria; selectmen, Silas Johnson, John G Perry, Ebenezer B| 
Jenny ; clergy, Sam'l Amy, — Hand, meth ; physician, Wm Gile; ' 
I postmaster, Thomas D Witherell. 

£rjfcroLN — -Town clerk, Nathan Johnson ; first constable, Dan'l ; 
] Varney ; selectmen, John Bush, Wm Lee,"Wm Mitchell ; clergy, '• 
' f w bap Ziba Pope ; friend Benj Tabor ; physicians, Luther P*'I j 
' Kent, Benjamin Tabor. J 

j MiDDLEBURY^— Town clcrlc, Elisha Brewster; first constable,' 
Joseph McDonald; selectmen, Paul Champlain, Nahum Parker,' 
Am,on Wilc(w; clergy, con T A Merrill, meth P C Clark, episj 
S A Crane, bap H H HafF; attornies, Seth Storrs, Horatio Sey- 
mour, Joel Doolittle, Robert B Bates, Charles Linsley, George 
Chipman, Calvin C Waller^ Ozias Seymour, Dorastus Wooster, 
Harvey Bell, WmS lade, Peter Starr, Jedediah S Bushnell ; phy-, 
sicians, Wm Bass, Wm Tudor, J A Allen, Zacheus Bass, Ralphj 
Goudy, Wm P Russell; postmaster, C C Waller. ' 

MoNKTOx — Town clerk, Stoddard Hollis ; first constable, Sarnl ■ 
Fuller: selectmen, Nathan Smith, Dan'l Webb, Luther R Eat- 
on; clergy, meth S Tupper, D Ferris, bap — Stearns; attorney, 
Walter A Buckley ; physicians, Geo E Stone, Dan Stone, Irai 
Smith; postmaster, Daniel Collins. i 

NEw-HAVEN-^Tovvn clerk, Justus Pier ; first constable, Seth' 
Langdon jr ; selectmen, Othniel Jewett, Osmand Doud, Joseph 
Evarts; clergy, J Bentley, meth ; attornies, Joseph C Bradley, 
James Andrus ; physicians, Horatio A Smith, AdinHall, Darwin 
Warner, CuUen BuUard ; postmasters, Hubbard Cook, J C Brad-; 
ley, East Mills. | 

PONTON — Town clerk, Silas Pond; first constable, Uriel Cha-, 
pin ; selectmen, Silas Tappan, JohnChilds, Enoch Kent; clergy, 
James Ten Broeck, bap; physicians, Orvin Smith, Morris Smith; | 
postmaster, Calvin Hyde. ] 

Salisbury — Town clerk, Washington Miller; first constable 
[Mark R Weeks ; selelectmen, Phny Flagg, Cyrus Bump, Aaron 

I Barrows ; clergy, con Hyde, meth Rider ; attorney, E 

JN Briggs ; physicians, W Miller, A Kendrick ; postmaster, Har-, 
'vey Deming. j 

I Shoreham — Town clerk, Levi O Birchard ; first Constable, 
I Levi B Harrington; selectmen, Kent Wright, Silas H Jenison, 
I Isaac Chipman ; clergy, univ Kittridge Haven ; attornies, Udna 
:H Everest, Thomas J Ormsbee ; physicians, Nicanor Needham, 
jErastus E Blinn, Nelson N Chipman; postmasters, Edmund B 
; Hill, Walter Chipman. I 

i Starksboro'^ — Town clerk, Richard Worth ; first ocnstable, 
I David Kellogg, jr ; selectmen, Ira Bushnell, Benj L Wright,' 
i Jonathan Elliott ; clergy, Joel Bailey, friend quaker ; attorney, 
Amasa M Hawkins ; physicians, Alfred Clark, Ira Metcalf; 
postmaster, Richard Worth. I 

Vergenees — Town clerk, Wm .H White; first constable,' 
Wm Joslin ; selectmen, George Parker, George Rodgers-, Wm ; 
T V/ard ; clergy, con Alexander Lovell ; attornies, Enoch D 



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Woodbridge, Philip C Tucker, John Pierpoint, Samuel S Wood-J 
bridge, JShn Parker ; physiciaans, Ebenezer Huntington, Dan Cj 
Istone, Atherton Hall,. Henry Hewitt; postmaster, William Ri 
Bixbv. ' ^ ^ , ' 

Waltham — Town clerk, George Fisner ; first constable, Az- 
ro Benton; selectmen, George Fisher, Jcel T Clark, William 
Barton. 

Weybridge — Town clerk, Elijah G Drake; first constable, 
Erasmus D Dunning; selectmen, Sylvester Foot, Wm Lake, 
Sam'l Wriffht ; physician, Zenas Shaw; postmaster, Orange: 
Br it tell. 

Whiting — Town clerk, Isaac Ives ; first constable, 

"Walker ; selectmen, John Brauch, Augustus Morgan, Joseph 
Simons ; clergy, bap Isaac Westcott ; physicians, Isaac Ives, 
Hiram Seeley ; postmaster, Simon Taft. 

OilA?fGE COUNTY. 

Bradford — Town clerk, Andrew B Peters ; First consta- . 
ble, D S Corliss, Selectmen, Daniel Martin, Levi Colhy, 
Curtis Colby ; Clergy, con G W Campbell, nielh Joseph 
Clark; Attornies, Moses Chaso, Seth Austin, J WD 
Parker; Physicians, John Pool, Wm. Martin; Postinas- 
t€rs, Alfred Corliss. Bradfova, Pelatiah Corliss, W. Brad-j 
ford. 

Braintrec — Town clerk, Ammi Nichols; First constable, 
VVm Veasy ; Selectmen, Dan'l Vv'aitejr. Sam'l Riford, Na- 
than Harwood ; Clergy, Ammi Nichols, con ; Physicians, 
Samuel Craig, Philander Bradford, Joseph Dubois; Post- 
master, Noah B Cady. | 

Brookfield — Town clerk, Justus Edson; First constable,' 
Elias Smith ; Selectmen, Nathaniel Kinf^sbury, Alvin Ho- 
vey, Sam'l Bates; Clergy, con Dan'l Wild, bap San- 
horn ; Physicians, V. after Burnham, Dasiiel Washburn, 
Adoniram Smalley ; Postmasters, Jno Smith, Phjlip Davis, i 

C/icZsea— Town Cler-lv, Jehu W Smith; First constable, ! 
H E G M'Laughlin; Selectmen, David Goodwin, Asahel' 
Bliss, Joshua Dickinson ; Clergy, r.on Calvin Noble, meth 
Scott, univ Micajah Coburn ; Attornies, Thos. Jones, 



D Azro A Buck, Jason Steele, John W Smith, Wyman 
Spooner ; Physicians, Thomas Winslow, John M'Clure, 
Sylvanus Humphrey ; Postmaster, John Stearns. 

Corintk — Town x:lerk, Sam'l Hazeltine ; First constable, 
Melatiah Willes ; Selectmen, Winthrop Green, Ezekiel[ 
True, Ephraim Ward ; Clergy, f w bapNath'lBolles, Ste-j| 

phen Leaviit, meth Nelson, con Stilman Morgan; at-j 

torncy, Wm Spencer ; Physicians, Joshua Tenney, Eph- 



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||rairn Smith, Alvah Carpenter, James Heath ; Postmasters,! 

ifTheodore Cook, Corinth, Phineas Stearns, East Village. | 

tj Fairlee — Town clerk, Grant Smith ; First constable^WJ 
,C Gilson ; Selectmen, Phineas Bailey, Samuel D Banfill j 

I'Elias Driggs ; Attornies, Moulton Morey, Samuel T Mu-j 

rev ; Postmaster, Jerome B Bailey. | 

J^^eioburij — Town Clerk, Isaac Boyley ; First constable,! 

Caleb Stevens jr; Selectmen, Moody Chamberlain, Chas.i 

Hale, Jonas Tucker; Clergy, con Clark Perry, meth j 

Newliall ; Attornies, Peter Burbank, Abel Underwood,! 
Joseph Berry ; Physicians, Enoch Thatcher, John Stevens,! 
Wm H Carter, Sam'l White ; Postmasters, Peter Bur-j 
bank, Wells' River, Prentiss Knisht, Newbury. j 

J^orvjick — Town Clerk, Jacob Burton, Fifst constable,! 
E B Brown ; Selectmen, Don J Brigham, James Harrison;! 
Clergy, con Sam'l Goddard, metii Amasa Buck ; Attor-j 
nies, Aaron Loveland, John Wright, Harvey Burton ; phy-i 
^ians, Horace Hatcli, Lyman Lewis, Ira Davis ; post-1 
•naster, Roswell Shuitliii^ j 

Grange — Town clerk, Reuben White ; First constable,; 
Louis F Peabod}-; Selectman, Geo. Camp, Benj. Water-! 
Iman, Artemas Houghton ; clergy, meth Ezekicl Currier,i 

Houston, Herschel Foster ; physician, E. M. Bill ;i 

postmaster, Orange Fifield. | 

j Randolph — Tov>'n clerk, Benj. T Blodgett ; first consta-j 
ble, John Edson 2d ; selectmen, Enoch Hebaid. Charles! 
jCarpenter, Belcher Salisbury ; clergy, meth Stephen Her-j 

rick, chr Josiah Knight, con Mose:? Kimball, Hurl-' 

iburt, Tilton Eastman ; attornies, Wm Hebard, Wm Nut- 
iiig, Edmond Weston, J S Washburn ; physicians, Jacob 
IR Pember, Walter Carpenter, J S Smith, John Edson,; 
jAustin Bradford, Hart Smith ; postmaster, Benja. Jones,! 
jWest Randolph, John Glidden, East Randolph. i 

I Thetford — Town clerk, Pres West jr; first constable,; 
[jas. Eastman , selectmen, Stephen EaBiman, Rufus Reed,; 

Roger Ranstead ; clergy, con EG Babcock. Blodget,' 

meth Field, — ■. — Jordan, bap T Spaldi-ig; attornies.; 

Pres West jr. Simeon Short ; physician?-, Wm Sweatt,/ 
Slisha Leffingwell, S W Thayer, Harry H Niles, Seavej 
Chamberlain, Latimer S Tyler ; postmasters, Thos Ken- 
drick, Thetford, Marvell J Walker, Union Village, Jere- 
miah Welton, Post Mill Village. " 

Topskam — Town clerk, Levi Tabor ; first constable, Or- 
iancre Taplin ; selectmen, Jonathan Jenness, James Petrie 



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Charles Grow ; clergy, Wm Sanborn, bap ; attorney, H 
P Baker; physiciansVLevi Burton, Israel Hinckley j post- 
masters, Israel Hmckley, Topsham, Geo. Jenness, West; 
jTopsham. ; 

j Tui^hndge—Town clerk, Charles B Chandler; first con-| 
'stable, Aniasa Noyes ; selectmen, Ebenczer Hackett, Jasj 
Hutchinson, Elijah Dickerman ; clergy, f vv bap Nathaniel! 
King, Geo. Hackett, Thos. Moxley, Nathan Mbxley, con 
David H Williston, meth Elisha J Scott ; attornies, Gus- 
tavus Rolfe, Newell Ordway ; physicians, Charles B Chan- 
dler, Sewall Seday ; postmaster, Charles M Lamb. : 
Vershire — Town clerk, Thomas Keycs ; first constable, 
WmE Eastman j selectmen, Simeon Bacon, George Vn' 
?vlaltby, Y\x\\ Boardman ; clergy, con John Suddard, calv 
|bap Jared Doolittle, f w bap Joseph Flagg; physicians,! 
jEzra Bliss, P C Bennett; postmaster, Stephen F Spencer.; 
j Washington — Town clerk, Harry C Weeden ; first con-| 
stable. Cutting S Cafe ; selectmen, Philip Sargeant, llar-| 
ry C Weeden, Lucius Ingram; attorney, Lewis Royce ;! 
physicians, Jesse H Foster, Ebenezer Bacon ; postmaster,' 

rhauncey Smith. 
West Fairlee — Town clerk, EHsha Thayer ; first consta- 
jble, Jared Buzzel ; selectmen, David Robinson jr. Elisha 
'Wild ; clergy, con C Blodget , physician, Alfred Pixley ;i 
ipostmaster, Andrew B South worth. ' 

I Williamsiown — Town clerk, Darius Pride ; first consta- 
ble, Eleazer Graves ; selectmen. Porter Martin, Ebenezer 
Bass, Gurdon Martin ; clergy, con Joel Davis, meth 



jScott, bap Blood ; attorney, James Lynde ; physic- 
ians, Z P Burnham, Barrett Pride ; postmasters, Elijah 
Paine, Wilhamstown, Pcodolphus Ainsvv-ortb, East W. I 

CHITTENDEN COUNTY. i 

Burlington — Town clerk, Charles Russel: first constable, 
Hymen Lane ; selectmen, Samuel Nichols, Burrel Lane, Wm A 
trriswold ; clergy, unit Geo G Ingersol, con J K Converse, epis 
(John H Hopkins, meth Merrill Bates, rora cath Jeremiah O Cal- 
lahan ; attornies, Charles Adams, Heman Allen. Geo P Marsh, 
■Wyllys Lyman, Israel P Richardson, John P Richardson, Jacob 
Maeck, A W Hyde, Stephen Haight, Wm A Griswold, John N 
Pomroy, Alvan Foot, Henry Leavenworth, Charles Russel, Asc! 
Peck, S M Parsons, Lvman Cummings, Phineas Lvman, Wm 
Weston, E L B Brooks, F G Hill, Amos Blodget, "R D Hill, 
Carlos Baxter, G B Sawyer, J M Eldridge ; physicians, John 
Pomrov, Thomas Chamberlin, Robert Moocly, Wm Atwater, T 
,F Cobb, Joseph Marsh, B Lincoln; postmaster, Ephraim Mills. 

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! BoLTo:v — Town clerk, Almon Whitcomb ; first constable, A1-' 
men Whitcomb ; seiectmen, Asa Stoekwell, Samutl B Kenedy,- 
Gideon Barber ; clerey, meth Josiah Jones. ! 

> Charlotte — Town clerk, Nob'e Lovely, first constable,! 
Brodsey Newell ; selectmen, Myron Powell, David Cook, Wni 
E Sh-rrmaa ; clergy, meth P C Oakley; attorney, Wm Is oble ;; 
physicians, J D Farnsworth, Joel Stone. Harmon Hariburtii 
postmaster, AVm Noble. li 

i Colchester — Town clerk, Joseph" E Rhodes; first consta- 
bl<^, Udney H Penniman ; selectmen, John Lyon, Cyrus Far- 
rand, Hiram Bean : postmaster, John W Weaver. !| 
I Essex— -Town clerk, Amasa Bryant : first constable, David i 
Kellogg; selectmen, Byron Stevens, Reuben Barrett, David Ty-' 

ler ; clergy, meth J Brown, bap Chester Ingraham, cal Ed-i 

gerton ; aitornies, D B Webster, I C Day ; physicians, Ja'in W) 
Emery. Simon Tubbs, Mason jVleed, Ira Hatch, B F Warner;'] 
postmaster, David Tyler. ' |! 

HixESBURGH — Town clerk, Erastus Bostwick, first constablejj 
Nathaniel Aliles ; selectmen, Au»fin Beecher, Joseph Marsh,| 
Ely Norton ; clergy bap Daniel Bennet, con Brainard Kent, meth! 
Hiram Chase; attornies, Nahum Peck, Mitchell Hinsdell ; phv-^ 
sicians, Daniel Goodyear, John Work ; postmaster, Thomas \Vi 
Oibb. ^ Ij 

j Hu>'t;>-gtC'.>' — Town clerk, James Ambler, jr. first constableyj 
Amos Dake ; selectmen, Lyman Hall, Stephen Sayles, Emery 
Tayler; clergy, f bap Josiah Wetherby, Orange Dike, Charles' 
Bowles ; attorney, Wm S. Hawkins ; physicians, Enoch A 
Smith, Pliny P Green : postmaster, Alexander Eerguson. i 

i Jerico — Town clerk, Thomas Reed; first constable, Rtu-i 
ben Rockwell ; selectmen, Wm A Prentiss, Hosea 8palding,| 
Erastus Field; clergy, con Harvey Smith ; attornies, DA 3ma!-1 
ley, Martin B Miner ; physicians, George Howe, Hosea Bliss,! 

Hamilton; postmasier, D A Smalley. i 

I Mansfield — Town clerk, Nathamel Butrs; first constable, 
Elisha Brown ; selectmen, B,enj Holmes, Rosweli Page, Loren-| 
zo Russell. :| 

Milton — Town clerk, Gideon Hoxie ; first constable, Silas B^ 
Sibley; selectmen, Lemuel B Piatt, Ira Witters, John Hvde:! 
clergy, con Stephen Robinson; attornies, Albert G Whittemorc,! 
Warren Hoxie, Boyd H Wilson, Proctor Adams ; physicians,w 
Daniel H Onion, Calvin Deming, Benjamin Fairchild, Juseph B;| 
Carpenter, Jesse P Carpenter; postmasters, Lyman Burgass,'^ 
Calvin Deming, West IMiiton. j| 

RicHMO>'D — Town clerk, Charles Farnsivorth; first con?!ta-| 
Lie, Samuel Whipple; selectmen, Nathan Fay, jr. Amos Bi 
Bishop, Elihu Bates: attorney, Wm P Briggs; physicians, SethJ 
Cole, Reuben Nimms; postmasters, Abraham Smith, Johu Fay,|| 
Richmond. • J 

Shelburxe — Town clerk, Levi Comstock : fir?>t coDStab'e,'| 
Jonathan Lyon ; selectmen, Elnathan W Spear, Isaac Smith,i 



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Elijah Phelps ; clergy, epis Lewis McDonald ; physicians, Joel 
Fairchild, jr. Samuel Hall : postmaster, Garrad Burrilt. i 

St George — Town clerk, Reuben Lockwood ; first constable, 
Amasa Isham ; selectmen, Sherman Beach, Ebenezer Isham, 
Nathaniel Sutton. 

Underbill — Town clerk, John H Tower; first constable,! 
^Joseph Wells ; selectmen, Edv"ard Day, John Story, Peter Gilo ; 
tjlergy, con Phineas Kingsley ; physician, Leonard Martin ; 
postmaster, Jobn H Tcvrer. 

[ Westford— Town clerk, Aaron Parks ; first constable, Wm 
Henry ; selectmen, Samuel Thrasher, John Allen, John Sibley ;i 
clergy, con Simeon Parmerlee, bap— — Huntley; physicians,' 

Thomas Haynes, Wilkinson ; postmaster, Cephas Whip-j 

pie. 

I WiLLisTO?? — Town clerk, George B Manser: first constable, 
William Brown; selectmen, Nathan Stearns, JoelTerrill, Jamesi 
jTalcott; clergy, bap William Arthur ; attornies, David French,' 
.George B Manser, Chauncey Brownell ; physicians, Ansel Brar, 
jWhipple Spooner, Matthew Cole; postmaster, Horace L Nich- 
ols. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Barre*— Town clerk, Joseph Ripley : first constable, Oiis 
Peck; selectmen, Joseph Whteten, John Thwins, Jeremiah El- 
jlia^ clergA', meth Howard Cutler, univ John E Palmer ; attor- 
nies, Denison Smith, Newell Kinsman ; physicians, Robert Pad-j 
|dock, Lyman Paddock, Walter Buinhani ; postmasters, James; 
'Hale^ Barre, Alfred Scott, South Barre, j 

I Berlin — Town clerk, Abel Knapp ; first constable, Rollin O 
Knapp : selectmen, James Currier, Ezekiel Smith, Nahum Rice ; 
jclergy, con Amasa Stuart ; attorney, J P M'Uer ; physicians, John, 
iWinslow, Oj-rtn Smith; postmaster, Israel Dewey. i 

I Calais — Town clerk, Gideon Hicks ; first constable, Alonzo 
pearce ; selectmen, Jesse White, Asa Alden, Joseph Blanchard ;; 
clergy, univ Benjamin Page, f bap Jared L Green ; attorney,' 
jShubael Wheeler ; physicians, Charles Clark, Asa George ; post- 
masters, Jonas Hall, Calais, Asa Alden, east Calais. 1 
I DuxBURv — Town clerk. Ira Arms; first constable, Gilraan 
!Huntley ; selectmen, Nathan Huntley, John Montgomery, David 
|Bfclding; clergy, bap Calvin Huntley. j 
I Elmohe — Town clerk, Martin Elmore ; first constable, Harryj 
■pavis; selectmen. Martin Elmore, Samuel Smith, Samuel Bai-1 
^ey; physician, Joel G Camp ; postmaster, Abal Camp. j 
j Fayston — Town clerk, Peter Drew; first constable, Orin 
jWheeler; selectmen, P Drew, Calvin Fullerton, Orin Wheeler, j 
Marshfield — Town clerk, Ira Smith; first constable, Wm 
Aiartin ; selectmen, Josiah Holister, Horace Pitkin, Jeremiah 
jCarlelon ; clergy, chris John C apron, bap Joel Winch ; physi- 
jcians, Ebenezer Ccnant, — Phelps ; postmaster, Horace Bliss. 

Middlesex — Town clerk, Horace Holden; first constable, D 
|B Carpenter; selectmen, Wm X Holden, Jesse Johnson, jr Jas. 



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Jordan; clergv, meth Benj Chatferton, bap John M Russell >! 
physician, Daniel Kellogg; postmaster, Hiram Mclnlire. 
I MoNTPELiER-^Town clerk, Joseph Win;?: first constable, 
Wm Billings; selectmen, Royal Wheeler, Harry Richardson,! 
George Clark: clergv, con Samuel Hopkins, univ John M Austin, 
meth John Currier^' attornies, Samuel Prentiss, Nicholas Bay- 
lies, Cyrus Ware, Wm Upham, Timothy Merrill, L B Peck, O 
H Smith, Azcl Spalding, Calvin Jay Keith, Daniel P 'i'hompson, 
Samuel B Prenliss, Jonathan P Miller, Thomas Reed, jr Heze- 
kiah H Reed, Jeduthun Loomis: physicians, James Spalding, 
Edward Lamb, Juli-.is Y Dewey, H Clark, T C Taplin: postmast- 
ers, Geo W Hill, Montpelier, Merrill Williams, east Monfpelier. 
! MoRETOWN:~-Town clerk, Lester Kings'.ey; first constable, 
Ira Carpenter ; selectmen, Nathan Benton, Pliiiemon Ashley, 
Daniel Harris ; clergy, meth Martin Lov.ell ; physicians, Ste- 
phen Pierce, Lester Kiiissley ; postmaster, Ira Carpenter. 
j NoE.THHELD-r-Town clerk, Elij. Smith jr; first constable, Mo- 
ses Smith ; selectmen, Jason Eaton, John Averill, B F Goss; 
clergy, meth Aaron B Kinsman, Joel Winch, f bap Ophir Ship- 
man ; attorney, John L Buck ; physicians, Benj amm Porter, Clil- 
ton Clagget; postmaster, Oliver Averill. 

'i PtAiNFiELD^-Town clerk, James Palmer; first constable, Na- 
thaniel Bancroft; selectmen, Elijah Perry, Harvey Bancnf , Is-j 

rael Goodwin ; clergy., con Joseph Thatcher, meth John 

Nason ; attorney, .Sylvester C Eaton ; physician, Nathan'l Ban- 
croft; postmaster, Nathaniel Bancrou. 
j RoxBURY — Town clerk, Samuel M Orcutt : first constable, 
Alfin Spalding; selectmen, Isaiah Shaw, Samuel M Orcutt, Jon 
athan Wiley; physicians. .Touathan Webster, Henry Boyce; post- 
masters, John Spakiins, Shubael Wales. 

I Stow — Toun clerk, Kivcrius Camp; first constable,? G 
Camp ; selectmen, Elisha Cady, Naihan Robinson, jr. Abner 

■Fuller; clergy, Stephens; attorney, O W Butler; physi 

cians, T B Downer, Joseph Robinson ; posim-^ster, R Camp. 

Waitsfield — Town clerk, Lewis Holdcn; first constable, 
John S Camb#ll ; selectmen, Thomas Prentiss, Lewis Holden, 

John Cambell ; clergy, con Joseph Marsh, meth Howe ; ut- 

Itorney, W M Pingrv ; physicians. Orange Smith. David C Jos- 
'iin ; postmaster, Roderick Richardson, jr. 

Waterbvrv — Town clerk, Paul Dilhngham,jr ; first consta- 
ble, Elymas S Newcomb; selectmen, Paul Dillin";i.am jr. Jacob 
Barns, Ehakim Alien ; clergy, con Daniel Warren, bap E::ra; 
Butler, fw bap Samuel Lord; univ Thomas Browning, meth 
Araunah Lyonjr; attornies, Henry F Janes, Dan Carpenter,] 
Paul Dillingham, jr; physicians, Oliver W Drew, Charles Ci 
Arms ; postn:a3'er, Charles R Cleaves. 
j AVarres — Town clerk, Sylvanus Payne; first constublo, 
Peasley Batchelder; selectmen, Er.^..iklin' A AVright, William 
j^^'^gj Wm Vv^beeler; clergy, meth Elder Stearnl; physician, 

— Kendrick ; postmaster, Joseph W Eldridge. 




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Worcester — Tovm clerk, Amos Rice ; first constable, Arte- 
jmas Richardson ; selectmen, Herfry Douglass. Daniel Adams,' 
jSam'l Andrews ; clergy, bap Jona Kinney ; physician, James S, 
Skinner ; postmaster, Samuel Andrews. 

I rriANELIN COUNTY. 

j Baeersfield — Town clerk, Silas B Hazeltine ; first consta-' 
jole, Robert Dean; selectmen, Silas Potter, Ira Fay, S B Ka- 

Izelline ; o'erny, con Samuel G Tenny meth Richards ; 

■attorney, Salmon Wires ; physicians, Oliver T Houghton, IVIo- 
pes Perley ; postmaster, Salmon Wires. | 

Belvideee — Town clerk, Alva Chciffe : first constable, Josi- 
lah W Potter; selectmen, JMoses Phelps, Moody Shattuck, Alva 
phafTe. 

( Berkshire- — Town ck:!:, Harvey Clark ; first constable, Pas- 
jchal P Lf avens ; selectmen. Liberty Janes, Cromwell Bowen, 
jDolphus Paul ; cierg-y. con Phineas Bailey, epis Richard Peck, 
f w ban Parley Ha'l ; attorney, Joseph Smith ; physicians, Sam- 
«e] S Butler, tohn S Webster, Wm C Ellsworth'; postmasters, 
Pennei Leavf-nf J George Wcrthington. 

j CAiiBRiEGE — Town clerk, George W Read : first constable 
lEooch Caritoii.jr; selectmen, John Wires. John Warner, Isaac 
Griswold; clerey, bap John IJe ; altorni.-s, Nathaniel Read, jr. 
Henry Stowo!, Levi Josiin : physicians, Wiiliam Pa^e, Austin 
H Parsons. Burrel S Minor; postmasters, Nathaniel Read, jr, 
Phineas Stearns. 

Enosburgh — Town clerk, Horace Eaton : first constable, Al- 
jvin House; selectmen, Thonjas Fuller, Timothv K Adams, 
Samuel Kendall ; clergy, John Scott, bap Luther Cole, meth 
jJairus Eaton, jr: attorney, Thcophilus Mansfield; physicians, 
JEIiphas Eaton, Horace Eaton : postmaster, Ah'in House. 

Fairfax— Town clerk, Nathaniel W Perry ; first constable, 
IJames Bel'ows ; sek-ctmen, Joseph Learned, jr. John P Hunt, 
lAlanson Webster: clergy, bap Ephraim Bu'ton, con — — Par- 
Imerly, Christ Abram Har'shorn ; at?ornies. Homer E Hubbell, 
Aaron S Beeman : physicians, Nathaniel W Perry, Salmon 
Brush ; postmaster, Hampton Love^rove. 

I Fairpield — Town clerk, Joseph Soule; firs* constable, Al- 
bert G Soule ; selectmen, Joab Smith, Aaron B'lrr, Benjamin 
iNye ; clergy, con Benjamin Woos'er; attorney, Pallas Phelps ; 
|phj-Eiciars, Renseliaer Soule. Clicster W Keyes ; postmaster, 
iBradlty Barlow. i 

! Fletcher — Town clerk. EUas Blair; first constable, John 
Kingsbury, jr : seL^ctmen, Guy Kin'^-ley. Scth Scctt, Ira Arm- 
ietrcBjr; clerffv, bap Eph. Butler; phvsician, Sanford Emery ; post- 
masters, Elias B^air, Flc-*cher, Ira Armstrong. 

Fra^tklis — Town clcrr", Philii) S Gat«s ; first constable, 
|C-ark Gates ; selectmen, Wi'Uani Fulton, Paul Gate<>, Ekazer 

Olmstead ; clergy, bap John Spaldinr, con Stpne ; attorney, 

|J J Deardsly, physician, Zeri Cushms.Q ; postmaster, L H Potter 




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HioUGATr: — Town clerk, Jesse Carpenter: first conslablej 
Clark Albee ; salectinen, Elkanah Albse, Joseph B Cutler, John! 

Averill; clergy, Anson B Hard, Leonard ; attornies, Rob-j 

ert L Pa:idock, L/man E Pelton ; physicians, Franklin Bradley,! 
jjoseph B Cutbr ; postmasters, Samuel W Keyes, Peter Sax. 1 

JoHxsoN — Town clerk, Cornelius Lynde, jr ; first constable,' 
Jacob P Hadley ; selectmen, Solomon Balch, John H Burnhara,' 
•Asa Andrews ; clergy, bap I)avid Boynton, math John Graves ;. 
aitornies, Erastus D Hubbe', Benjamin F Weeks ; physicians,' 
jSeth Clark, John Mei^s, Henry Palmer, Asa Kitridge; post-' 
[master, Cornelius Lyna?, jr. 

' MowTGOMERV — Town clerk, B W Fuller ; first constable,! 
James Mariin ; selectmen, Samuel Lusk, Richard Smith, jrj 
Rufus Hamilton; physician, B W Fuller; postmaster, John L,' 
Glapp. _ ! 

\' RrcHFORD — Town clerk, John Huse ; first constable, Ariel 
jParker ; selectmen, Jesse Woodruff, Samuel Heach, Joseph. 
XoNes; clergy, bap Wm Rogers^ meth Jay Powell; physician,' 
John Huse ; postmaster, Encch Carlton. j 

Sheldo>- — Town clerk, Eleazer B Peckham ; first constable,' 
Richard A Shattuck ; selectmen, James Mison, Dexter Gilbert,' 
Andrew Durkee ; clergy, con Wm Gilbert, meth Isaac Hill; at- 
'tornies, Joshua W Sheldon, Augustus Bush ; physician?', Fred- 
,'erick W Judson, David Gant, Divid Packai i, John Gillup i 
jpostmasters, Samuel B Sheldin, Alvin Fassist, East Sheldon. ] 
■ SwANTON — Town clerk, George Ballard; first constable, 
Bradford Scott ; st-lectmen, George Green, Daniel BuUard, 
Richard F Fletcher; clergy, bap Daniel Sabin, con E H Dor-j 

rnan, univ Ballon ; attornies, George W Foster, N L Whi:e-' 

;more, S Hathaway, James Fisk; physician?, H C Whittemors,' 

H H Brayton, Lewis Janes, Daniels; postmasters, H B, 

'Farrar, Gardner Green, East Swanton. 

j Waterville — Town clerk, Moses Fisk, first constable, Jo- 
seph Rowell ; selectmen, Jesse C Holmes, Stephen Leach,' 
Harley M Baldwin ; physician, Wm Page ; postmaster. Mosea 
jFisk. ' I 

St Al:;ass — Town clerk, John Gates, jr; first constable, Jo-; 
siah Newic-n ; selectmen, John Smith, Eleazer Jewett, Ralph' 
Lassell ; clergy, con V/orthington Smith ; attornic'', Asa Aldis,' 
Bstes Turner, Benjamin S.vift, James Davis, John Smith, L B 
Hunt, H R Beardsley, Benjamin H Smalley, Henry Adams, Da- 
'vid Read, Orlando Stearn?;, Joseph H Brainard, Asa O Aldis,' 
Romeo H Hoyt, M B Witters, John J Deavelt ; physiciansj! 
Charles Hall, Joiin L Chandler, Amos Pierson; postmaster,' 
jSamuel H Barlow. 

i CALEDONIA COITNTT. 

f Barset — Town clerk, John Shaw; first constable, Silas 
Kelly; selectmen, Wm Shearer, Wm Lackie, David Gibson ;'i 
clergy, pres Thomas Goodwiiiey ; attornies, Mordica Hale, SamJ 
|Uel A Chandler ; physicians, John IMcNabb, Socrates Tuttleil 



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Jonathan F Skinner; postmasters, Elijah M Davis, Dariusj 
Harvey, Passumsic. I 

Burke — Town clerk, Asael Burrington ; first constable, John! 
Evens; selectmen, Erastus Humphrey, George W DcnisonJ 
Wilber Burrington ; physicians, Abel Brown, Selim Newel ;■ 
postmaster, Asaiiei Burrington. I 

I Cabot — Town clerk, Thomas Oagood, jr ; first constable,! 
Daniel Smith ; selectmen, Joseph Fisher, Leonard Orcutt, Eb-j 
enezer Smith; clergy, bap Wi'liam Herrick, meth Scott Sweat-j 
land ; attorney, Jeremiah T Marston ; physicians, Parley Scott,' 

William Pratt, Swift; postmaster, George D Dana. I 

I Danville — Town clerk, Archelaus Sias ; first constable, Eli-j 
hu Underwood ; selectmen, Geo W Drew, Eber Thompson,! 
J MMorriil; clergy, meth Wm Smith, bap Lewis Fisher; attor-i 
nies, Charles Davis, Wm Mattocks, G B Chandler, Theron How- 
'ard ; physicians, Eldad Alexander, Uri Babbit, S Collins, O Ful- 
ler, — Daiaon ; postmaster, 1 P Dana. , 
i Groton— Town clerk, John Darling jr ; first constable, Nath- 
an Mallery 2d ; -selectmen, Moses Burnham, Dan'l Darling, Da- 
vid Vance ; physician, H W Heath ; postmaster, H W Heath. 
! Kardvvick — Town clerk, T P Fuller: first constable, Pliny 
Bliss; selectmen, Silas Underwood, Isaac Pinnock, Orin Crosby; 
clergy, con Kiah Bailey, I N Loomis, — Page, meth David Carr, 
— KelloiT, chr — Wells ; attornics, B N Davis, — Skinner ; phy-j 
sicians, Aaron Smith, N B Spaldins, Pliny Bliss; postmasters, 
L H Delano, Hardwick, E H Nichols, Lamoille Village. 
i KiREV — Town clerk, Jas Church — ."^irst constable, Theophilus 
Grout jr — selectmen, L L Leach, Merrit Newhall, Seth Bur- 
'roughs. 

j LvxDON — Town clerk, Elias Bemis jr — 'first constable, Nathan 
Hubbard — selectmen, Stephen M'Gaffey, Otis Evans, Philip Goss; 
clergy, meth Jas Templeton, con Amos Blanchard,f w bap Dan'J 
Ctuimby, Otis Willis, c bap Am33 Dodge, chr I K Pettengill — 
attor lies, Isaac Fletciier. G C Cahoon, — — ^Swett — physicians, 
Hubbard Field. Phineas Spaldin.2, Freedom Densmore — post- 
Imasters, E B Chase, Lyndon, E Bemis jr. Lyndon centre. 
! Newark — Town clerk, Eiisha Spencer^— first constable, B H 
Worcester — selectmen, Alpheus Stoddard, Horace Parker, Rufus 
Kinney jr. 

) Peacham — Town clerk, Leonard Worcester — first constable, 
John Philips — selectmen, Jacob Blanchard, Phineas Varnum,! 
Hazca Merrill — clergy, con Leonard Worcester, m«th O F Cur-| 
tis — physicians, Josiah Shedd, Z K Pangborn — attorney, C Wi 
Blo3s — postmaster, Joel Walker. 

RvEGATE — Town clerk, Wm Gray — first constable, Robert 
Symmes — selectmen, John Gibson, John Nelson, John Cameron,' 
'clergy, pres ^V~m Pringle, James MiUigan — physician, Eli Perry — j 
[postmaster, Alexander Harvey. 

] St. JoHNSBURy — Town clerk, Jerry Dickcrman — first consta-i 
|ble, Jonas Flint— selectmen, David Goss jr. Thos Pierce jr, Cal 



t^ ^:Ma»g»y»MM I m il MMlM«a»— *■««>■■■»»— "H * Illl W W n. JUUM— BM^— PW— ■ 

IVin Morrill — ciergy, univ Ezekiel Vose, con Jamea Johnson, Josi-^ 
|'«,h Morse — attorney, Ephraim Paddock — physicians, MorrilSte-j 
Ijvens, Calvin Jewetr, Jerry Dickerraan, Beniah Sanborn— post-, 
[masters, Moses Kittredge, St Johiisbury plain, Calvin MorrillJ 



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jiEast Village, Joseph Hutchinson. Centre Village. j; 

'jl SnxTON — Town clerk, J C Morrill— hrst constable, Geo Wf 
I Brockway — selectmen, Wm ThompsDn, Martin Way, Thos True;^! / 
clergy, Jona Woodman, bap — attorney, P S Wheelock — physic- / 
ian, J C Morrill — postmaster, John Beckwith. 
I W ALDEN — Town clerk, Dan'l Wooster — first constable, Timo.' 
Edwards jr — selectmen, Ddmjnd Eddy, Wheaton Livingston^ 
Caleb Rowell — clercy, — Iscariot, Amos Tyler, meth — attorney^; 
James Bell — physicran, G G Wheeler — postmasters, T W Vin-^'. 
cenf, Ltionard Farrington. |j 

j Watef FORD— Town clerk, Sylvanns Hemingway — first con4 
stable, Abel Goss — selectmen, Royal Ross, ElisTia Brown, Lock; 
Goss — clergy, c bap Silas Davison, univ John Anien — attorney, Jj 
D Stoddard— physician?, Ralph Bugby, R F Rowell — postmaa-i 
ters, E C Parks, Nathaniel Bishop. ! 

j Wheelock — Town cierk, Josiah Lane — first constable, WoT' 
Sanborn — selectmen, Elisha Davis, Jona Tailor, Ch's Matthew-! 
sen — physician, Fred'k Levenworih — postmaster, Elijah Bagleyi 
WooDBmY — Town clerk, Asaph Town — first constable, Joer 
Celley — selectmen, Benj Fowler, Stephen Chapman, Ebenezer 
Bruce — clergy, Wm Drew, chr — postmaster, John B Bliss 

I ORLEANS COUNTY. 

Alhzny — Town clerk, Luther Dellano; first constable, 
Simeon S Hovey ; selectmen, R B Hovey, John Farnham, 
Karris Durkee; clergy, con Elias W Kellogg; physician, 
Dyer Bill ; postmaster, Dyer Bill. 

Barton — Town clerk, John Kimball ; selectmen, Asai 
jKimball, J MansHelJ, Ethan Elod^et ; clergy, meth — I 
jCass, con — Brovi'n ; attorney, John H PLimball ; physi^ 
cian, F W Adams; postmaster, A C Allen. 

Brov^ninglon — Town clcik, Elijah Strong; first consta' 
ble, Elijah G Strong , eeJertmen, Geo. C West, Gilman 
Esty, Seth Bartlett; clergy, con Alex. P Twilight; attor- 
ney, G C West ; physicians, J R Grow, Lewis Patch ; 
postmaster, Silas Brigham. 

j Ckarleston — Town clerk, Lewis C Bates ; first consta 
ble, Ebenezer Gaskill ; selectmen, Hilton Brackett, Royn 
[al Gage, L C Bates ; postmasters, Ira Parker, E Allyn. 
! Coventry — Town clerk, Elijah Cleveland ; first consta- 
|ble, Silas Seers ; selectmen, David EInggins, Isaac Parker 
jEbenezer Clement; clergy, con- Ralden A Watkins, bap 
jProsper Powell ; attorney, Chajles Story; physician, £ 
Is Kendall; postmaster, Lorins: F'rost. 
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i Crajlsbury. — Town clerk, Joseph Scott jr ; first consta-' 
ble, Joseph Scott jr , selectmen, Oliver Allen, Job Hoit,! 
Edmund C Hov<.y ; clergy, con Wm A Chapin, meth — 
iFairbanks ; attornies, Augustus Youns, Jas A Paddock, 
Nathan S Hiil j phvsician, Daniel Dustan; postmaster, 
William E Paddock! 

Derby — Town clerk, Benjamin Hinman ; first constable, 
:E!isha Jenne ; selectmen, Wm Verback, Jacob Chase, 
George Robinson ; clergy, con James Robertson ; attor- 
nies, DMCan}p, I Fletcher RedSeld, rvlyrcn Leslie, Lew- 
is ISiarsh; physicians, Lenmel Richmond, Azel Holmes; 
postn) asters, Nehemiah Colby, Derby, Myron Leslie, Der- 
iby Line. 

! Eden — Town clerk, William H Isaacs ; first constable, 
Abei Smith jr; selectmen, W'alter Wheelock, Vv"m C At- 
we!l, Samuel Plamley jr; physician, V/ra C Atwell ; 
postmaster, Edmund Clark, 

Glover — Town clerk, Charles Hardy; first constable, 
Nathan Norton ; selectmen, Solomon Dwinell, Thomas 
Baker, Dan Giay ; clergy, con Reuben Mason, meth Mo-I 
ses Cass ; physician, Daniel Bates , postmaster, D Gray. 

Greensboro^ — ToH'n clerk, Reuben Storrs ; first consta- 
ble, Jabcz Pinnee; selectmen, Wiilard Lincoln, Stephen, 
Sherman, Ezekiel Rand ; clergy, bap Zvlaivin Grov/; at- 
.torney, S F Taylor; physician, Edward Clark; postmas-: 
ter, Jabez Pinney. 

Holland — Town clerk, Joshua French ; first constable, 
I C Robinson ; selectmen, Wm Hall, John Mead, James 
Page. 

i: Hvdepa^k — Town clerk, Theoph. W Filch ; first con- 
stable, Ja.-iies Toby ; selectmen, Abner Flanders, JW 
Saffbrd, Levi Egerton ; clergy, meth Daniel Clements : 
attorney, Joshua Sawyer ; physician, Ariel Hunton; post- 
master, James T(jby. 

Irasburgk — Town clerk, Thomas Jameson ; first con- 
stable, Jacob French; selectmen, Benjamin Hardy, Joseph 
VViggin, ^1 B Kimball ; clergy, mctli ZJoses Cass, con 
(Bov.-man Brown ; attornies, Elisha H Starkweather, Jesst 
•Cooper jrj physician, Aaron Pierce; postmaster, G Nye. 
I Jay — Town clerk, Ebenezcr Sanborn ; first constable.; 
■Lanson Sanborn ; selectmen, Lanson Sanborn, Joshua] 
iHunt, Jehu Young. ' 

I Lowell — Town clerk, Abel Curtis; first constable, Na-j 
Itaan KeLton ; seloctmnn. Nathan Kelton, Wheelock G[ 



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I'Aldrich, Charles Leland; physicians, Silaa Lamb, John 
iljPage, postmaster, Abel Curtis. 

j ^ors^'m — Town clerk, Ira Leavens; first constable, 
jRuel Cobb; selectmeg^ Ira Leavens, Charles Cummings; 
Joseph Davis ; clergy, con Jacob S Clark, meth Horace 
Warner; physician, Leonard Morgan. 

Morristown — Town clerk, Denison Cook ; first o^sta 
ble, Almerin Tinker ; selectmen, Lathrop Eaton, John; 
Miles, Frederick Powers ; clergy, con J Baxter, bap AIJ 
bert Stone, univ B H Fuller ; attorney, Sam'l A W»llard ;; 
physicians, Jas Tinker, Almerin Tinker, D W PutnamJ 
jHorace Powers ; postmaster, James Tinker. 
I ^"cwpcrrt—Town clerk, Tyler Mason ; first constable,' 
jjonathan Frost , selectmen, Joiia Frost, Sumner Frost,j 
jAsa B Moore ; clergy, bap Harvey Clark j physician, Ty-| 
iler Mason. I 

I SaZem— Town clerk, Sam'l Blake ; first constable, Cal-j 
;vin S Grow ; selectmen, Noyea Hopkinson, Josiah Lyon,j 
Joseph Morse. j 

Troy — Town clerk, John Flint ; first congtable, Curtis; 
Slkins; selectmen, Curtis Elkins, Ezra Johnson, Thad; 
Peirce ; clergy, con Wm E Holmes ; attornies, Samuel 
Sumner, U C Hatch, Moses V Flint, Daniel F Kimball ;! 
physicians, Henry Corey, David H Bard; postmasters,! 
D H Bard, North Troy, Frederick Fuller, Troy. | 

Westfield — Town clerk, Thomas Hitchcock ; first con-i 
stablei, Luke Miller ; selectmen, Jere Hodgkins, Orlan-, 
do Winslow, Jairus Stebbins ; clergy, con — Plolmeg,! 
bap — Downer ; physician, Guy Stoughton ; postmaster,, 
Heniy Richardson. 

Weslmore — Town clerk, Abiel Adams ; first constable, 
John C Page ; selectmen, John C Page, David Wilson, 
Abiel Adams. 

Wolcott — Tov/n clerk, Porter Crane; first constable, G 
H Whitney ; selectmen, Jona Smith, Joel Davenport, Jo- 
seph Brailey ; physician, Valorius Necker. 

ESSEX COUNTY. 

Bloomfield — Town clerk, John French; first constable, 
Enoch Rogers; selectmen, Levi Tollse, Martin French, 
Henry Fuller ; postmaster, Arad Silver. 

Brighton — Town clerk, Wm Melinda ; first constable, 
Timothy Corey ; selectmen, Wm Washburn, John Sto- 
Vens, Oney Aldrich 

Brunswick — Town clerk, Benjamin Brown ; first con- 



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stable, David Hyde , selectmen, Benjamin Brown, David 
iHyde, Isaac Richardson ; clergy, meth Benjamin Brown ; 
jphysician, Solomon Heaton ; postmaster, Geo Marshall. 

Oanaaii — Town clerk, Sargeant W Beach ; first consta- 
ble, Tyrus H Dovv:nGa' ; selectmen, Moses Morrill, John 
iW Bicknell, Nathaniel Buck ; clergy, t bap Caleb Ingalls ; 
jphysician, Charles Heaton ; postmaster, Hosea Paul. 
I Concord — Town clerk, Harvey J Fry; first constable, 
jA E Jcudevme; selectmen, Archibald. Taggard, George 
^Cutting, David Moulton ; attorney, David Hibbard jr; 
'physicians, Seneca Sargean^ John Wheeler jr , postmas 
tor, Brigham Pike. 

Granby — Town clerk, Thaddeas Metcalf; first consta 
|ble, Gershom Carpenter ; selectmen, Ashley Appleton,! 
jOhver Bemis, Abram W Rice. 

I Guildhall — Town clerk, John Dodge ; first constable,] 
iG E Holmes ; selectmen, John Dodge, Horace Hubbard, 
jDaniel Howe-; clergy, con James Tisdale ; attornics, 
iSeth Cushman. John S Weils, James Steele; physicians, 
Ijobn Dev/ey, Samuel Curtis, Henry Dewey 2d ; postmas- 
ter, Seth Cushman. 

Lemington — Town clerk, Abdiel Blodgett ; first consta- 
ble. Beach Blodsctt ; selectmen, John Bailey 2d, Daniel 
jjudd, Artemas Buffington ; postmaster, Mills DeForest. 
L-.inznbxirgh — Town clerk, Stephen Howe jr; first con 
stable, I C Chaney ; selectmen, Delno Wright, Enoch 
Thomas, Willard King ; clergy, con Jeremiah Glines 
attorney, AVm Hey wood jr ; physicians, Daniel Egery, 
Tl*eron Webb, Timothy L Lane, Edw A Egery ; post 
master, Daniel Egery. 

Maidstone — Town clerk, Yv"m Rich; first constable, 
Daniel Rich ; selectmen, Jesse Hugh, Joseph Merrill, Jo- 
seph Rich; clergy, Alzp Rich, David Locke ; attorney, 
Rich Stevens. 

GRAND-ISLE COXfts'TY. 

Alhurgh — Town clerk, Lewis Sowles ; first constable 
•George Mott ; selectmen, John McGregor, W^m Sowles, 
jThomas C Monroe ; clergy, mieth John Frazer ; attornies, 
(Giles Harrington, Charles H Pcrrigo, Frederick Hazen 
iphysicians, Jerah S Berry, Henry H Reynolds, Shelden S] 
jSarlea ; postmaster, Isaac Leffingwell. 
j Grand Isle — Town clerk, James Brown ; first constable, 
iJab«z Ladd ; selectmen, Hiram Fuller, Jonathan Hyde, 



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Dorastua Center ; clergy, pres Asa Lyon ; physician, 
Melvin Barnes ; postmaster, A H W Hyde. 

Isle La Mott — Town clerk, Ira Hill ; first constable, 
Minos McRobert ; selectmen, WmWait, Yv'mSteveneon, 
Ezra Pike jr ; clergy, prot Wm Wait ; physician, Minos 
McRobert ; postmaster, Ira HilK 

J^orth Hero — Town clerk, Joel Allen ; first constable, 
Gary Whitney ; selectmen, David Strong, Daniel Butler 
Irad Allen; clergy, rneth Samuel Weaver ; physicia^ns, 
Gary Whitney, Chauncey H Burgess; postmaster, Hor 
lace Wads worth. 

South Hero — ToWm clerl?;^ Bird Landon ; first constable, 
[Victor Adams; selectmen. Hector Adams, Ell Barnum, 
[Asa Phelps; clergy, Abraham Half ; attorney, Hector 
Adams ; physicians, Artemas Goodenough, Albert But- 
ler ; postmaster. Hector Adams. 

I JUDICIAL 

I The Judiciary powers of the state are vested in a Su-| 
Ipreme Court, consisting of five justices, chosen every year, 
jby the legislature ; a County Court, consisting of three jus-! 
jtices, the chief justice being one of the justices the Su- 
preme Court, chosen in the same manner, who hold courts 
twice a year in their respective counties ; an<i justices of 
the peace appointed in the same manner. ^ 

SUPREME COURT. 

Charles K Williams, Chief Justice. 

Stephen Royce, jr. ^ 

Samuel S Phelps, . . . . -. .. 
T u r^ 11 > ii^ssistant J ustioes^ 

! Jacob CoUamer, I 

i John Mattocks, J 

1 BENNINGTON COUNTY. 

Nathan Burton, ^Assistant Jastioe.. 
I Isathan H Bottum, 3 

! Samuel Canfield, Sheriff 

Albeit P^ Raymond, High Bailiff. 
Milo L Bennett, States' Attorney. 
Myron Clark, Judge of Probate for the District of Man- 
chester. 
3ylvanus Danforth, Judge of Probate for the District of* 

Bennington. 
Ezra Ishara, Chauncey Tryon, Hiram S Walker, jail 
commmissoners fa'c the District of Manchester. 

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Tos 'j 

Orsaxnus C Merrill, Jona. Hunt, M S Norton, jail com- 
I missioners for the dislrictof Bennington. { 

ijSamuel Jaquith, Inspector of Hops. 1 

I Justices of the Peace. ■ i 

Arlington — Sylvester Deming, Reuben Barney, Julius 
'Bebee", Phinehas Smith, Galen Canfield, Sam'l Wilmot, 
i;SamU Buck, H M HhU, John Arnold. 

Bannin^lon — V/m Henrv, Aaron Robinson, Uriah Edg- 




'aion jr. Jedediah Dewey, John Noiton, Alvah R!ce,Henry 
■Robiason, Alson Squiresj Oliver Abell, Joel Valentine,- 
Moses Hurd, Elijah Fillmore, Jos Sterrin, Sam'l Loomis,; 
!U M Robinson, J C Rouse, Lyman Blackmer, E M Wil-! 
ihng, Hiram Richardson, Eli Vv'^aist, Amos Potter, Justusj 
JMorton. | 

j Dorset — Benj, Ames, Azel Morse, G B Southworth, J; 
A Hodge, Darius Moore, Raymond Paddock. I 

Sunderland— J as. A Graves, Jas. Blake, Franklin Mc- 
Laughlin, Joel Kenney, 

Pow7iall — I'imothy Ware, Pliny Wright, Josiah V7 right, 
Augustus Starkweather, Sam'l Wright, Ethan Brown, Na- 
than Varln, Benja Gardiner 3d, Sylvanus Danforth, Bolt- 
wood Vv right, Jos Myers jr. Gardiner Bennet, S D Thomp- 
son, Martin Kimball, H O Merchant, H E Blanchard, B 
E Brov/nel. 

i Sliaflsbirry — Hiram Barton, Jsremiah Matteson, N L 
Cross, Dan'l G Huntington, Sam'l Ames, John Johnson, 
lAsher Graves, Aaron Dcnio jr. Josiah Fuller. 
I Ricpp.rt — David Sheldon, Henry Sheldon, Simeon Rising 
jr. Joseph Parker, John Moore, 
; San'Jgate — Thos Peck, Theodore Saunderson, Charles 
Seyers, Ira Hurd. 

i Siamford — Otis Philips, J L Wilraarth, Reuben Smith, 
Calvin Sampson, Ebenczer Pratt, S C Millard. 
't Readsbcro^ — Sylvester Bishop, C W Baker, Fttchard Car- 
penter, Wm Stafford, John Hix, Jas Dalyrimple, Henry 
Hoi brook, Jacob Hix, Caleb Dickerson. 

Landgrove — Gideon Davis ji". Amori Benson, Jos Holt, 
'David Wily, Reuben Holt jr. 

Woodjord — Ruel Cutler, Joel Hosmer, Jabcz Knapp, 
John Wilson, O M Woodward, Elisha Lyon. 

Starshurgii — Jos E^mes, Oliver Preston, John Knapp.s 



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Winhall — Reuben Brooks, Silas Gleasoa, Jona. VailJ 
jN'ath'l IVlellen. 

Peru — Sam'i Stone, Josiah Barnard, Benj. Barnard jr, 
Israel Batchelder. 

J^lanchester — Chester Clark, Ebenezer Chamberlain, Wm 
Benedict, Loran Dean, J W Harris, Jas Hickox, W J 
Shepherd, Benj. Munson, J S Pettibone. 

WINDHAM COUNTT. 

Samuel Clark, ) , . , ^ >■ ,. 
r>u 1 Du 1 ^ vjssistant Justices. 

Henry Smith, Sheriff. 
Timothy H Y/hitney, High Bailiff. 
Ros^'ell M Field, States^ Attorney. 
Peter R Taft, Judge of Probate for the district of West 
j minster. 

'John Roberts, Jud^e of Probate for the district of Marl- 
I boro'. 

'Henry Wheelock, William R Shafler, Walter Eager, jaij| 
I commissioners. ] 

'Timothy Underwood, inspector of bops. 
I Justices of the Peace. 

Mhens—Hha^ddiena Alexander, Abraham BalJ, T H Whit- 
ney, Dan'l Fuller, Mieah Davis, Joseph Tinkham. 

Acton — Lem'l Farwell, Ebenezer Huntington, Nathan 
jFisher. 

[ Brattleboro^ — Lernuel Whitney, Samuel Elliott, Francis 
Goodhne, Stephen Greenleaf, Henry Clark, Sam'l Root, 
'Joseph Goodhue, Edward Woodman, J D Bradley, W R 
Hayes, Levi Stoddard, Isaac Plummer, Rutus Clark, Paulj 
Chas"e, Asa Keyes. 

Brookline — Thos Crane, Ephraim Park, Jacob Burdit,! 
Sam'l Adams, Sam'l Stebbins, Isgac Wellman 3d, Edson 
iHiggins. 

Dover — David Burr, Abraham Jones, Ebenezer Jones, 
jA P Perry, Asaph Haskins, Sam'l Jones, Ebenezer Cope- 
land, W H Jone^, James Miner, Laban Jones, Lyman 
Howe. 

Dnmmerston — Marshall Miller, Jos Duncan, Asa Knight, 
Asa Boyden, Sam'l Knight, Josiah Tail, Joseph Dix, 
Rtifus Moore, Joel Chandler, Asa Dutton jr. J F Stearns, 
John Clark, I N Knapp, Enos Leonard, David Berais, 
^binehas Underwood. 

Gnilford — ^am'l Silies, Aaron Barney, Isaac Brown jr.! 
;Dana Hyde, B W Stevens, Jas Noyes, Cyrus Ca rpenter, ; 



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Sam'l Cutting, Nathan Conant, Barnard Lynde, Russeli 
Hyde, Otis Shepardson, Arad Burnett, Ward Bullock, Job 
jPhelps. 

I Grtt/!oJi— Thaddeus Taylor, Benj. Dwinnell, D L Put 
nam, P W Dean, Ambrose Burgess, John Gibson, Nahumi 
jSmith jr. Hubbard Eastman. j 

Halifax— BsLUUs Bullock, Erastus Hall, Wm. Plumb,i 
Daniel Jones, ElishaHagar, Isaac.Worden, Sanford Plumb, 
J L Stark, Amos Tucker, Rob't Collins. j 

Jamaica — Ezra Livermore, Nathan'l Robbins, Timothy 
Goodale, Zelotes Skinner, Alpheus Kellogg, Sam'l Barry,| 
Amos Howard 2d, Jas Brown jr. John Kellogg, P R Taft,'j 
Ziba Chapin, Hammond Livermore, Nathan'l Cheney jr 

Londonderry — Sam'l Arnold, Luther Stowell, T S Viall, 
Elisha White, Tyler Tinkham, John Aiken, J B Collins, 
Barney Waite jr. Ruel White. 

J\laHfcorQ',:-TrH H Winchester, Jesse Cone^ Oshea Smith 
David Mather. - j 

J^eiofane — Martin Field, Jas Elliott, Henry WheelockJ 
R M Field, Walter Eager, Jos Ellis, Jona Hall, Sjjlvanus 
Sherwin, Nathan Stone, P T Kimball, David Merrifield, 
W H Williams, Ebsneaer Morse, Nahum Houghton, Ja- 
cob Allen jr. 

Putney — Asa Wasbburn, Alexander Campbell, Otis Ha 
ven, Phinehas White, Simeon Reed, Horace Bliss, Timo. 
Underwood, James Crawford, J T Radwav, David Craw 
ford. 

^ocjtmg-feam— Peter Willard,Ebenezer Locke, A S Camp-: 
bell, E B Webb, Ezekiel Weston, Henry Lake jr. Solomonj 
Wright, Horace Baxter, Dan'l Kellogg, Hiram Davis, Eli4 
jah Jones, Elias Pulsipher, Benja. Smith, Carter Whitcomb,- 
]J H Campbell, Wm Thayer, J Y/ Cone, H F Green, Da-| 
jvid Chandler, Artemas Robbins, Henry Harris. i 

SoiHerset — Hazleton Rice, Jotham Pike, Luther Alden,f 
Elliot Morse. j 

Stratton — Abel Grout, Moses Forrester, Asa Philips,! 
Richard Scott, Noah Hill. | 

Toionshend — Wm Shafter, Chapin Howard, Jos TylerJ 
Arad Holbrook, Dana Bailey, Lucius Dyer, Thos Brown,! 
J H Biigharn, Barnard Salisbury, Joel Chamberlain, J W 
How, John Blanden jr. Allen Goodridge, Zadock Sawyer,! 
W R Ranney, Epaphroditus P^ansom. [ 

j Vernon — Cyrus Washburn, Jos Franklin, I W Johnswn,; 
%Sli Lee, Jesse Lee, John Stelabins. * 



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Wardshord* — Asa Wheelock, Perley Fairbanks, Joseph^ 

Converse, Thos Barber, Peter Hammond, Stephen Warren/ 

I; Xathan'l Ward, Dan'l Reed jr. Silas Dexter. 

Sj I Westminster -EUlery Albee, Josiah Willard, Abiel Good 

lijdU, John Smith, Jos Ranney, Stephen Russell, Jas. Tit-j 

comb, Jared Goodall, E R Campbell. I 

Wkitingham — John Roberts, Nathan Brown, Elisha Put-' 

aam, Henry Closson, Moses Morse, Wm Hull, Rufus 

Chase. | 

Wilmington — Jairus Hall, Russel Fitch, Ephraim Tyler,' 

Lancey Forbes, John Pulsipher, Richard Waste, Azor 

R Smith, C K Field, Origin Packard, Oliver Harris, S P FlagJ 
Asher Haynes, Horace Alvord. , 

Windham — Niles Aldrich, Timothy Burton, Sam'l God- 
dard, Jos Wood, Richard Kelley, Wm Harris, John Wood- 
burne, Jas White, Timothy Sherwin. 

RUTLAND COUNTY. 

Nathan T Sprague, ) ^33^3^^^^ JustXce^. 
Wm. C Kittndge, ) 
John A Con ant, Sheriff. 
Heman Spafford, High Bailiff. 
Selah H Merrill, States' Attorney. 
Almon Warner, Judge of Probate for the District of Fair 

haven. 
Am"brose L Brown, Judge of Probate for the District 

Rutland. I 

Robert Pierpont, James P Butler, Ambrose L Brown, Jail 
Commissioners. 

Justices of the Peace. 
J^ensoii — Isaac Gyiswold, Isaac Norton, Philo Wilcox,' 
Jesse Parkhiil, John Dickinson, M W Smith, S P Abell.l 
E H Barber. . . i 

Brandon— ^3 ohn Conant, Walter Cobley, Chester Wins-; 
low, Harvey Hall, David Merriam jn Paul Spooner jr.j 
Martin Carlisle, Justus Hyatt, David Y^Tcirren.jr. , 

Castleton-^John Mason^ J G Harris, E F L^ngdon, Syl-; 
vester Pond, Noah Hoit, S H Merrill, Erastus Higley, Az-| 
ariah Griswold, Ira Benson, Wm Sanford,NehemiahHoit.| 
Clarendon — Chapman Giddings, Jonathan Dyer, Enochj 
Smith, Linsey Round, J L Marsh, Thos Steward jr. Lewis; 
Walker, Caleb Congdon, Malachi Fuller, D S Ewing, Beji-! 
ton Collins. fl 

Chittenden — Moses Randall, Jonas Yv heeler, T J Leon-; 
aid, John Woodbury. 



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j Danby — Jas M'Daniels, Elijah Bull, John Vail, Ifa Ed- 

'raonds, Ira Vail, J C White, Benj Barnes. 

! Fairhaveii — Barnabas Ellis, IVIpses Colton, Sam'l"\^ ood, 

iElijah Esty, Wm B Colburn, Hiram Hamilton. 

I Hubbardt07i—Sa.mn Cheever, Jas Flagg, Seth Wallis, H 

;J Horton, Ira Jennings. 

Ira — Whipple Martin, Joshua Harrington, Russel Fish 

Mendon — Rufus Richardson, Geo Perry, Roswell Gib- 
|son, Edward Mussey. 

Middletoicn — Jonas Clark, Gideon Miner, Jacob Burn- 
am, Allen Vail, Orson Clark, Merrit Clajk. 

Mount Holly — Abijah Cole, Homer Earle, John White, 
Marvel Johnson. 

Mount Tabor — Benj Britton, Silas Hathom, Caleb Buf- 
fum, Gideon S Tabor. 

Orwell — Joab Smith, Dorus Bascomb, Roswell Bottum 
i[jr. RuluffWhite2d, Pliny Smith, Ira Young, J H Chit- 
itenden, J A Austin, David Cutting jr. Jas Ormsbee, J C 
Thomas, T D Hammond. 

Paiclet — Nath'I Harmon, Oliver Hanks, D C Blossom,^ 
Milton Brown, Jas Leach jr. Elisha Allen. 

Pittsfleld — E B Rockwell, Calvin Joyshn, Erastus Holt, 
Levi Ris. 

Pittsford — Gordon Newell, Isaac Wheaton, Abraham 
Owen, Isaac Bresee, S H Keilogg, Sam'l Fairfield, T J 
Bogue, Jeffrey Barnes, Lyman Granger, G F Hendee. 

Poultney — Amos Thompson, Joel Bearaan, H G Neal, 
Almon Warner, W^m Ward, Wm L Farnham. I 

Rutland — Gershom Cheney, Chauncey Thrall, Moses! 
Lester, Rob't Temple,Moses Strong, Francis Slason,Wmj 
;Page, R C Royce, A L Brown, Rob't Pierpoint, John Pur- 
jdy, Amherst Lee, Benj Smith, Moses Watkins, E L Orms- 
hee, Solomon Foot. 

Sherbzirne — Richard EastabrookS jr. Albro Anthony, Jo- 
■siah Wood, Silas Colton. 

Shrewsbury — Elijah Holden, HslXtv HoXden^ Zidon Edson, 
Wm Marsh. J B Low, John Buckmaster, J L Warner. 

Sudbury — Peter Reynolds, W A Williams, J C Sawyer, 
iJ K Hyde, iifiram V/arner. 

Tinmouth — Obadiah Noble, Elias Post, Wait Rathbone,; 
John Norton, N W Sawyer. 

Wallingford — Howard //arris, Nath'I Ives, Wm Kent,^ 
jLincoln Andrew jr. S M Edgerton. 



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il?en Grover, 






man Hastings, Wesley Clemens, D B Lewis, 
, Nathan Francis, Wm Potter jr. 
West Haven— S J Hitchcock, Tilly Gilbert, Erastu3 Cole-i' 
an, David Kmg, Jona Orms, I E Jakeway, Olin Church,! 
illard Hitchcock. 

WINDSOR COUNTY. 

Samuel W Porter, ) . . , ^ ^ . 
Saml. C Loveland' I ^^S'^tant Justjcea. 

Lysander Raymond, Sheriff. 
Samuel Hemingway, High Bailiff 
Carlos Coolidge, States' Attorney, 
liah Raymond, Judge of Probate for the District ofHart- 
ford. 

;iJabez Proctor, Jud^fc of Probate for the District of Wind- 
! sor. 

Benjamin Swan, Lyndon A Marsh, Edwin Hutchinson, 

jail commissioners. 
Asaph Fletcher, jr. Inspector of Hops. 

Justices of the Peace. j 

Andover — Abraham Brown, Sam'l Clark, J B Manning, 
Orin i/azeltine, Benj Morse, iXath'l Lord, Edward Simons. 
Barnard — Alpheus Howe, J B Danfortli, C A Green, 
Charles Wolcott, Levi Belknap, S S Hemingway. 
Baltimore — Jona Woodbury jr. Joshua Leland. 
Bethel — Stephen Cleveland, Jona Marsh, T P Russel 
Jas Wallace, Walter Perrin, Simoon Babbit, Asa Brooks 
John W oodbury, Elisha Fowler, Enos Childs, Julius Con- 
verse, Zeb French. 

Bridgeiocitcr — David Thompson, James Walker, Isaiah, 
Raymond, J H Munger. ! 

j Ciivendish — Sam'i Adams, Hale Bates, Levi Jackman.l 
IJabez Proctor, E F Parker, Wm Smith, Amos Wheeler.l 
(Dan Grout. ! 

Chester — Amos Heald, Josiah Barnes, Thos Robinson. i 
iDavis Bates, Simeon Leland, T T Barrett, J H Hosmer, 
(Jesse Stedman, Daniel Onion, Steplien Field. 
I Hiriford — Freegrace Leavitt, Jas Udall, John Downer.} 
Zebulon Delano, John Stroris;, David Newton, John Por- 
,ter, Shubed Russ, Geo Udall, Sam'l Nutt, Dan'l Hazen, 
Lewis Lyman, Alien Hazen, Harvey Noble, Pbin's Kimball. 
Hartland — John S Marcy, Levis Merritt, John Daniels. 
Dan'l Dennison, Geo Latimsr, Simeon Willard, SuUivar 
Marcy, Alden Densmore, Asa Weed, Ward Cotton, Wells 
jHadley. 
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Ludlow — Asahel Smilb, Jos Davison, Artemas Spafford, 
Asa Fletcher, Wm Warner, Stephen Cummings, Sewall ; 
FuUam jr. A G Taylor, Silas Briggs, Asa Ferrer, Reuben 
Washburn. 

^Toricich — Jacob Burton, D J BrigSam, John Wright, 
jCyrug Patridge, RDb't Nichols, Ira Davis, Joel Morris, J S 
IPaine, Philip°Wheeler, Thos Hazen, Rufua Hatch, Calvinj 
Seaver jr. I 

Plymouth — Sam'l Page, Moses Pollard, Jabez Wood,! 
Levi Slack, Cephas Moore. 

[ Pomfrtt — Isaiah Tinkham jr. Henry ifewett, J E Doten, 
Gardner Winslow, David Chandler, Gilbert Allen, Cyrusj 
Snow. 

Reading — Simeon Buck, Nath'l Dyer, Ch's Buck, L B! 
Washbu-n, S C Shedd, Luther Kendall, Solomon Keyes, 
Luther Carlton, Ebenczsr Robinson 2d. : 

Rochester — E D Briggs, Luther Waters, John Amy, Asa 
Eaton, Lyman Emerson. 

Rcyallou — iDan'l Rix, Elisha Rix, Jona Kinney, Oel Bil- 
ling?, Oramel Sawyer, Wm Tf oodworth, Harvey Bingham 
David Yv'illiamg, Amos Robinson, Calvin ParkhursL 

Sharon — Reuben Spalding, "Wm Steele, Freeman Holt,' 
John Baldviin, Sam'l Shuttieworth jr. Wm Bixby, Henry! 
Chamberlain. \ 

Slockbridge — John Loona'd, Sam'l Belcher, J P Chara-j 
berbin, W A Millett, Asa Partridge, Paul W Gay, Vine! 
Watkins. ' 

Springfield — Asa Powers, Elisha Bisbee, Nomlas Cobb, 
Don Lovcll, John Field, John Boynlon jr. Noah Safford, 
I Arthur Field, Jotham Breton, Osman Burge, W W Whit- 
iney. Smith Holman, H G Hawkins, William Dyer, John 
jWhite. ; 

1 Weather sfield — Thos Prentiss, Ebenezer Shedd, Joshua 
lUpham, Asa LTpham, Daniel Owen, John Brown, John 
Sherwin, Amos Hewlett, Barnabas Dean, J R Williams,: 
iJacob Perkins, Jona Lawrence. | 

j Weston — A N Burton, Henry Lovejoy, David Sterling.! 
• Windsor — Sam'l Shnttleworth, Thos Leland, Asa Aik 
(ens, Carlos Coolidge, E R Campbell, Edwin Egerton,F Eij 
jPhelps, Darius Jones, T M Pomeroy, Pvufus Root, Cha'e.! 
jLeavens, Nahum Swallovr, Darius Leavens. I[ 

j Woodstock — Benja Swan, H C Denison, Edwin Hutcb-i| 
[a «on, Eliphalet Dunhajn, Jared Rickard, Wm Scott 



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Slayton, Willard Bowman, B G Bigelow, Jesse Williams'" 
Daniel Taft. 

ADDISON COUNTY. 

Silas H Jennison, ) * • . » t *• 
Co 1 Tj Tc n ' > Assistant Justices. 

E N Eriggs, States' Attorney, 
Azariah Rood, Slieriff. 
Milo Winslow, High Bailiff. 
Sam'l Swift, Judge of Piobate for the district of Addison. 
Jesse G randy, Judge of Probate for the district of New 

Haven. 

Joel Doolittle, Doiastua Wooster, Ira Stewart, jeil com-l 

missioners for Addison county. \ 

E D Woodbridge, S B Booth, H B Seymour, jail commis-' 

sioners for the city of Vergennes. 

Justices of the Pdace. 

Addison — Henry Brevoort, Lyman Clark, AsaWilmarlh 
Cyrus Strong, David Whitney, James Cook, Henry Smithy 
M S Doty. 

Bridport — Benj Miner jr. Calvin Solace, Solomon Ma 
son, Abner Wilcox, J S Strong, Seneca Austin, Ebenczer 
Allen, Daiiiel Eldredge, John Wicker, Hiram Smith. i 

Bristol — Horatio Needham, Harvey Munsill, W H Hoi-' 
Icy, Henry Soper, P S Warner, R H Barnard, D E Par-; 
merlee, Amos Eddy, John Howden, Truman Crane, Ger^, 
shorn ifall. j 

Cornwall — Wm Hamilton, Horace Janes, Chiuncey 
Cook, Jesse EJlsworth, Russel Foot, Orin Field, Asahel 
Bingham. '^ i 

Ferrisburgh — Wm Hazard, Joseph Rogers 2d, Nathan' 
Keese, Theophilus Middlebrook, N W Porter, Ira T upper,! 
'Luther Carpenter, Alfred Warner, Jared Pond, Moses! 
iTaftjr. 

Goshen^^'Ezra. Ifashburn jr. Elnathan Knapp, Nathan 
Capen. 

Hancock — ^Zerah Barnes, J P Brooks, John Hackett 

Kingston — John Thatcher, Reuben Jennie, Thos King^' 
Ch's Lamb, Isaac Parker. 

Leicester — John Bullock, Wm Gile, A A Swinington. 

Lincoln—Jos Blanchard, Isaac Houston, W W Pope^ 
James Butterfield, Dan'l Varney. 

Middlehury — Seth Stovrs, Nathan Case, Hiram Munger' 
iCh's Linsley, Norman Ttipper, Harvey Bell, Joel DooUt-i 
jtle, Ozias Seymour, J S Bushnell,.Sam''I Swift, Clark Foot/ 



i,dw\n Hammond, T M Fitch, Peter Starr, Elisha Brewa- 
•er, R B Bates, Dorastus Woostsr, Nahum Parker, W Y 
.Ripley, E D Barber, Rufus Wainwright. 

Monkton — Oliver Sherman, ^Dan'l ^V ebb, Ethan Smith, 
VI W KinsleVi Roswell Alwood, Justin Willoughby, Na- 
{fhan Smith, Russel Eastman, Jehiel Chamberlain, Roder- 
ick Baldwin. 

I Jfewhaven — Othniel Jewett, S E Chalker, Jos Everts, 
iSilas Doud, EUas Bottum, Wm Nash, Justus Pier, Antho- 
'ly Sprague, Ira Clark, V/ightihan Huntington, Daniel 
.TwiLchel, HP Birge. i 

j Panton — Jesse Grandy, Gardner Converse, Silas Pond, 
(Putnam Bishop, Alexander Brush, Silas Tappan, Nathan 
jSpalding. j 

; Ripto7i~~Ja.Tnes Kirby. j 

Salisbury — Aaron Barrows, J M Weekf, Reuben Sax- 
i^on, J Li Morton, Alpheus Taylor, P G Alden,E NBriggs,; 
ivVashington Miller, Nehemiah Pray, Cyrus Bump. 
! ,S'iOJ-e/i«m-: Aaron Lawrence, Isaac Chipman, Davis Rich,! 
jL O Birchard, Lewis Hunt, Ch's Rich, J S Larrabe, Alcn-j 
izo Birchard, U II Everest, J S Hunsden. j 

i Slarksboro^ — Elisha Ferguson, Azel Wentworth, Myron' 
JBushnell, Isaac Stowell, David Kellos jr. Almon Atwood, 
jlra Bushnell, Wm Worth 2d, John Hill 3d, H C Kimball.; 
I Vergenne$ — A WBarnum, E D Woodbridge, P C Tuck-' 
i^r, S B Booth, John Thompson, Vilie Lawrence, Isaiah 
jScott, S S Woodbridge, Horace Onion, Geo Parker, John 
[Pierpoint, W H W'hite, John Parker, D C Stone, Henrvl 
Hewett, W T Ward. ' ; 

Waltkam — Solomon Hobbs, Dan'l Chipman, Geo Fisher, 
Chester W^ard. 

Weyhridge~E G Drake, Jos Hayward, T W Twitchel, 
Asaph Hayward, Sara'l James, Barzillai Stewart, Lauren 
Drake, Sa'm'l Wright. 

Wliiling — Ephraim Moulton, J O Walker, Moulton S 
j^sTeedham, Harmon Strong, Benj Needham. 

ORANGE COtJNTT. 

i T ' fi r> ' ' X f Assistant Justices. 

I Luther Carpenter, ) 

\ I H Smith, Sheriff. 

D S Foster, High Bailiff. 

I D Azro A Buck, States' Attorney. 

iWilliam Spencer, Judge of Probate for the district ofBrad- 

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Jacob K Parish, Judge of Probate for the district of Ran 

dolpb. 
J W Smith, Jason Steel, Joshua Dickinson, jail commis- 
sioners. 

Jedediah Smith, inspector of hops. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Bradford — Daniel Martin, Burton N Tyler, Arad Steb 
Ibens, Ellis Biiss, Jas. McDufTie, Levi Colby, Richard Ai- 
idnch, John McDjffie, Wm Wilson, Moses Severance, J 
\H Kimbal!, Jesse Merrill, 2d. 

I Braintree — Jona Bass, Alvin Lyon, Samuel Harwood 
jJabez Smith, Stephen Benton, Samuel Riford, Zenas 
Thayer, Christopher Huntington, Jacob Bailey, Daniel 
vVait jr. Ammi Nichols. 

Brookfield — Simeon Colton, J G Smith, Dan'l Kingsbu 
iV, Noah Paine, Luther Wheatley, Plomer Hatch, Nath'l 
\V'heatl,ey, Ariel Biirnam, Richard "Wells, Frederick Gris- 
wold, Enoch Slade, Thomas Kingsbury. 

Chelsea — Josiah Dana, H E G ^JcLaughlin, Harry Hale. 
Urbane Lathrop, Jason Steele, J W Smith, Joshua Dick- 
inson, Lemuel Bacon, H W Hatch, Elisha Williams jr. Cal- 
vin Clark, Wyman Spooner, D A A Buck, Thos. Jones. 

Corinth — John Taplin, Stephen Eaton, Ephraim Ward 
lichard Sn^iifh, Ezckiel True, Wm Spencer, A C Ten- 
icy, Samuel Hizeltine, Joshua Merrill, Nathaniel Blake 
Henry Dearborn, Jeremiah Wright, Daniel Woods, Jo- 
seph Fellows jr. 

Fairlee — Zvloulton Morcy, Thornaa Stratton, Samue! 
Bliss, Stephen Jenkins, Asa Woodward jr. Elias Briggs. 
Phi'ieas Bailey. 

J^Teicbu^y — Abel Ur.dcrwood, Simeon Stevens jr. Ch'.- 
Hale, Isaac Bailey, Joseph Berry, Abner Bailey, J E 
!;!!hamberlain, Levi Carter, Moody Grow, Jpnas Tucker. 
James Abbott, John Renfrew, James Bailey. 

Omns^e — Moses Sargeant, Christopher Richardson^ 
I4co Petiie, L S Burnhara. 

Randolph — Jas Tarbox, Belcher Salisbury, Y^mBChan-j 
iler, Samuel Mann, Enoch Hibbard, Sylvanus Blodiett, 
3 T Blodgett, Eleazer Bancroft, Edward Eastman, Calvirt 
3!od;?-ett, Abner Waldo, Benja Bugbee, Joseph Cochrane,! 
vlartin Flint. 

Slrafford — Leonard Walker, Stephen Morrill, Freder- 

k Smith, Royal Hatch, J H Harris, Pliny Day, Thoma.^ 

Hazeltine, John McMaater, Martin Barr ett, Nathanj 



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Youns, David Morrill, John Burnham, Kleazer Baldwin. 

Tketjord — John Hall, Stephen Eastman, Simeon Short, 
iWm Thayer, T P Bartholomew, Wm Hcaton, David 
Bruce, J C HamiTvond, WmiBruce, Samuel Farnsv/orth. 
Ijona Emerson, Presbury West jr. Heman Hosford. 

Topsham — Samuel Butterfield, Moaes A Dustin, Levi 
Tabor, Jesse Putnam, J K Dustin, Samuel Batchelder, 
Aaron Sanborn, James Petrie, Moses Wallace, Davie 
Mills, Edmund George, Hale Grow, P H Baker, G E, 
Stearns. | 

Tunbridge — Ebenezer Hacket, Jas. Hutchinson, Jamesj 
Noves, EL Tracy, Elijah Dickerman. ! 

1 Vershire — Simeon Bacon, Asa Smith jr. Tomas Keyes.J 
Pliny Dwioht, G W Maltby, Wm Piior, Wm Boardman' 
David Davis, Rufus Elanchard. 

i Washington — Stuart Brown, H C Weeden, Samuel 
jWorthley, Jacob Folsom, Philip Sargeant, Geo W West. 
Thomas Pope, Jacob Blie-s, Stephen Burton. 

West Fairlet — Elisha Thayer, Darius Child, Elisha 
■;May, Wm Niles, Samuel Graves, Asa Baldwin, Davie, 
jRobinson jr. Oliver Carlton, Phineas Kimball. 
I Williamsloicn — Darius Pride, Joel Bass, A S Martin. 
James Lynde, Ariel Crane, Nathaniel Gilson, Joaa Le- 
iney. 

CHITTENDEN COUNTY. 

John Van Sicklin, jr. > . . . ^ , .• 
T-u ^ r-i ♦. 1 > Assistant Justice*. 
Thomas Chittenden, ^ 

Geo A Allen, Sheriff 

Ezbon San ford, High Bailiff 

Albert G Whittemore, States' Attorney. 

Wm P Brings, Judge of Probate for the district of Chit 

tenden. 

Geoige P Marsh, Israel P Richardeon, and Henry Whit 

"^y> jail commisioners. 

Eiisha Barstow, Inspector of Hops. 

Justices of the Peace, 

B^irlington — David Russell, I T Hyde, Heman Allen 

N B IlasweH, J N Pomeroy, Azd Peck, Isaac Warner, 

I'Ch's Russell, G P Marsh, John Johnson, Ebenezer Brown, 

jThomas Hockley, Amos Blodgetf, Alvan Foote, Eleazcj 

jStuart, AVm Evaits, Da.vl Davis, Burrill Lane, Phineas 

jLyman, Alfred Dav, Henry Whitney, J W Partridge, S 

jK Isham, E L B Brooke, R' G Coles,' Sam'l Nichols, John 

|Barstow, Guy Catlin, F G Hill, Lyman Cummings. 



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Bolton — John Pineo>, Asa Stock well, S B K(|anedy, M! 
|L Colton, Almon Whitcomb. r 

Colchester — Alfred Morrill, J E Rhodes, Cyrus FarrandJ 
John Lyon, D P Adams, Peter Newconib, E M Farring-j 
ton, Wni B Munson,. Jacob Rolfe, Jacob Langshore. 

Charlotte — Nathaniel Newell, John Strong, J D Earns 
worth, TV E Sherman, Dornian Leavenworth, John Mc-i 
:Neil. '^' \ 

Essex — Sam'l Page, J H Delano, John Halbert, Sam'l 
Slater, Reuben Barrett, Geo Vv'hitney, Ama^a Bryant. { 

Hinesburgk — Erastus Bostwick, JV'iilchel Hinsdtll, Na-| 
um Peck, Daniel Scofield, Erastus Meach, Stephen By-| 
inoton, Nathaniel Miles, John Wheelock, F W Baldwin,W 
Amos Claik. S 

Himlington — John Snyder, L E Lovelarxl, Jeremiah| 
jRemington, Lyni-an Ilall, Nathi Norton, John Judsori,i| 
Emera Taylor, James Ambler jr. (| 

Jericho — Oliver Lowry, Arthur Bostwick, Thomas Reed,l| 
Lyinan Field, P L Allen, E F Hutchins, Truman BarneyJ 
W P Richaidson, Lyman Reed, Lemuel Blackman, W A;i 
|pTentiss, M B Miner. || 

Milton — Gideon Hoxsie, Ephr. Herrick, Phelps Smith,;] 
Jacob Davis, A G Whittemore, Warren Hoxsie, Boyd HI 
'Wilson, Emerald Mason, D H Onion, Ithraim Abbot, Ir«.:| 
Witters, Alfred Ladd, John Hyde, Edmund Wellington jr.|j 

rroctor Adams, Gideon H P».oyce. j 

Mansfield — Asa Town, Aaron Hall, Sam'l Harris, 6 Hj| 
jAllen, Nathaniel Butts. | 

I Richmond — Edward Jones, Benoni Thompson, A K 
[Bishop, Artemas Flagg, Eli Brownson, E B Green, Ran-^ 
|som Jones, AVm P Briggs. | 

j Shelhurne — Levi Comsto'ck, Samuel Fletcher, Samuel! 
plinn, G€fi Ciayes, Eldjah Phelps, Garrad Burrett, Luman 
JudsoD. 

; 8t. George — Reuben Lockwood, Amasa Isham, Sher- 
;man Beach, Horace Ferris. 

i Underhill — Peter Martin, Jonas Humphrey, Wra Bar-! 
jncy, Samuel Wells, Isaac J Bourn, Henry Oaks. j 

' Williston — David A Murray, John B.rown jr. Chaun-cey 
iBrownell, Truman Chittenden, B C Wri2,h'., Alexande: 
^ee, Ezbon Sanford, Geo B Manser, Smith Benham, L Pi 
Ferris, Herald Stevens, Joel Terrill, Jonathan Alexander 
David French, John Bates. 

Westford — Thomas Haynes, Jacob Macomber, B F' 



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Beach, Wm Bowman, Daniel Macoinber, Artemas Allen, 
Elva Barron. 

WASHINGTON COUNTT. 

Dan Carpenter, ) j^^Bistant Justice* 
Win. Martin, ) 

Alvan Carter, Sheriff. 
Wra. Billings, High Bailiff. 
Azel Spalding, States' Attorney. 
iRawacl R Keith, Judge of Probate for the District of 
I Washington. 

'Joseph Howes, Geo Worthington, Silas C French, Jailj 
j Commissioners. 

IDaniel Baldv/in, Inspector of Hops. 
j Justices of the Peace. 

I Barrc — John Thwing, Jos Ripley, Stephen Freeman, Jos 
|Thom}!Son, "W T Jackman, Peter Johonnot jr. Chapm 
Keith, Warren Ellis, Newell Kinsman, Jacob Scott jr. 

^er//7J— rAbel Knapp, Ebenezer Bailey, &h:^ffield Play- 
iward jr. Ezekiel Smith, Nahum Rice, Asa Andrus. Josiah 
iBenjamin, Sam'l Jones, Rob't Johnson, Ruel Covill. 

Calais — Gideon Hicks, Natlvl Eaton, Lovel Kelton, Ca- 
'leb Curtia, Lem'l Perry, Mcdad Wright, Oliver iN'Jower,: 
|Pliny Curiis, N A Chase, A ?a George, Jabez Mower, Shu-| 
jbael Wheeler, Jacob Tewksbury. j 

j Diixbiiry — Nathan Huntley, John Montgomery, Davidj 
Belding, Ira Arms. ' 

Elmore — Jona Bridge, G W Bailey. ) 

Faysfon — TheophilusBixby, Merrill Tyler, Orion Wheel- ■ 
ock, Eli Bruce, Marquis Carpenter, Peter Drew. j 

Moretoivn — Rufus Clapp, Lester Kingsley, Daniel Har-jl 
ris, Abiicr Childs, Ira Clark, Cephas Carpenter. j 

Marshfiekl — Jacob Putnam, Horace Hollister, Jeremiah 
CaritoQ, Avery Gilman, Dyer Downing, Dudley Pitkin, 
Bcmis Pike, Edward Piikin, George Rich. \ 

v'Vionfpc/iti- -Joseph Wing, Nahum Kelton, Nathaniel Cj 
IKing, Cyrus Ware, Josiah Wing, Nathan jcvvett, John 
ISpalding, Silas C French, Alfred Wain wright, Darius Boy- 
den, Josiah Parker, Timothy Hubbard, Araunah Water- 
man, Royal Wheeler, Thomas Needham, Joel Basset, Gee! 
"IWortliington, Smith Sherman, Dan'l Baldwin, Elisha Pj 
jJewett, Wm W Cad well, Geo Clark, Lucius B Peck, Josh- 
lua Y Vail, Daniel P Thompson, Jonathan P Miller. 
I Middlesex — N Carpenter, D Ploughton, H Holden, D 
[^ Har rington, E Holden, W X Holden. Jesse Johnson jr, 



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J>fortkfidd — J L Buck, D D Robinson, John West, Oli- 
ver Averill, Calvin Cady, John Averill, Nathaniel Jones, 
Elijah Smith jr. 

Plainfield— Ben'] Whipple, Israel Goodwin, J L Carpen- 
ter, Duren Whittlesey, Elijah Perry, Jas Palmer, Alva 
Martin, Junius Davis. 

Roxturi—J F R-jg^^les, ITatlian Morse, S M Orcutt, 
Chailes Pamf son, Henrv Smitb. 

S^oic— Asa Raymond,' T E Do\mer, O W Butler, Asa- 
hel Raymond, Lcm'l Tiiomac. Abner Fuller, P G Camp, 
IsTathan Robin.^'on jr. Phii p Smith, Bcnj ChapnTan, Z V/ 
Bennett, Daniel Mooiy, P C Lovejoy, 

Waiisfield — j'a-^on Carpenter, R-oderlck Richardson, 
Lewis Hoidsn, M S Jones, John Can?.pbell, Jennison Jones. 

JVarren—J A Cu-ti^, Thos Sarp-cant. W B I'yler, Da- 
vid Raloh, Gylvanus Pavne, Wm EiT.o-g. 

Wattrbiiry— J 3is Cmalley, D G Shepley, E P Butler, Ja- 
cob Barnes, Leslie Gregg, Solcmon Newecmb, Beriah 
Thompson, Eliakini Alkn^PaTd Dillingham jr. 

Worcsstir — Amos Rice, Alien Vail, Eli Storfc, Ophir 
Leonard, Joseph Laclirop. 

r-RANKLIN COUKTT. 

George Green, j ^.^^^^ justices. 
Joseph Smith, "5 

Seymoiir Eggleston, Sheriff. 
Josiah Nev.-ton, High Bailiff. 
Hei^ry Adams, States' Attorney. 
Stephen S P -own. Judge of Probate for the District of 

Franklin. 
James Davis, Joseph H Brainard, Luman T Hoyt, Jail 
Commissioners. 

Justices of the Peace. 
Bakersjiehl — Benj Ball, Calvin Ev.-ingSj Comfort Bams, 
Ira Fay, Jesse Dunham, Oliver Stone, S B Hazeliine. 

Belvidere— Alva. CbaxTe, Dan'l Melvin, Moody Shattuck, 
J S Carpenter. 

Berkshire— W C Ellr worth, Parley Hall, J C Stene, M 
C Stone, J M Yv^oodworth, Crornv/ell Bowen. 

Cambridge — J B Gilmore, Lewis Parker, Clafk Buker, 
Salmon Green, Lyman Wells, G W Read, Gel Safford, 
Robert Wallace, J'B Morgan, Jesse Jludgcl:, Nath'I Sears. 
Enoshurgh — Win Barber, Austin Fuller, Hcrace Eaton, 
Sam'l Kendall, Eennet Eaton, Jairus Ealon^ Thos Fuller, 
Harden Allen. 

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Fletcher — Jos Robinson, Jona Bailey, Jos Ellsworth jr. 
Jobn Kinsley jr. Ephraim Wheeler, Ira Armstrong. 

Fairfield — Joab Smith, Benja Fairbanks, "Walter Robie, 
John Leach, Ira Foot, Micah Hoit, Salmon Hall, Asahel 
Farnsvvorth, Aaron Eurv, Harmon Northrop, Benj Nye, 
Joseph Soale, Joel Barber jr. 

Fairfa.-c — I N .Soul", H E Hubbell, Jos Parmerlee, Jos 
Hunt, L R Eeeman, liynian Hawley, Benj R.ichardson, A 
S Beeirian, Jos Larned ;r. K C Safford. 

FrankU.i — Peter CLar o, Enos Pearson, Eieazer Olms- 
tead, AVm Felton, Paul Gates, P S Gates, Elisha Barcom. 

Ocori^tc:— Elijah Baker, H H Plale, Medad Baker, Ql C 
Colton, Solomon Eiiss jr. Ira liinkley, J VV Witters, Jae 
Godfrey. 

Highguce — E C Haskias, Conrad Sax, C H Jennison, 
\Vm Skcele, John Barr, Lu'her Mei.scs, Sam'l Gates, J A 
Rhodes, L H Drury, E E Browu, Jesee Carpenter, Henry 
Stinchour. 

Johnson— T>a.n^l Dodge, Simeon Lyman, Solomon Balch, 
I O Andicw?, WiTi Sirnons, John Holmes, S B Waters, 
Andrew Dow. - 

JSIontgomsry — Rnfus Hamilton, J W Bush,Rich'd Smith 
jr. Lorenzo Fassett. 

Richford — Jona. Carpenter, Sam'l Heath, Jesge Wood- 
ruff, Ariel Parker, .Tolin Huse. 

St. ^VJyans — Bates Turner, Abijah Stone, W H Wilkins, 
Oman Tuller, S S Erov/n, Stephen Lawrence jr. Jas Dav- 
is, B H Smallcy, David Read, L B Hunt, Horace Janes, 
Dan'l Sanborn, Ralph Laoseil, Isaac Randall, Jos Weeks, 
John Gates jr. Wm Bridges, V/illard Jewell, Nath'l Ew- 
ers, John Smith, Heman Hoit 

Sheldon — Dan'l Smith, Dexter Gilbert, Isaec Tracy, E S 
Draper, Andrew Durkee, Jonas Dipwn, Levi Eapgood, Al- 
vin FassQtt. 

Swanton — Jc-emiah Sanborn, Elisha Barney, Nathaniel 
Cleaves, Asa Wilson jr. "Warren Robinson, R F Fletcher, 
J H Rice, Jona Wcit, Hiram Tuller, Geo BuUard, Lewis 
Janes, Bradford Scott, James Brown, Alfred Forbes. 

Sterling — Moses Vilas, Asf ph Kenfield, Baruk Darling, 

Waterville — J C JEToir.icn, Luther Poland, Moses Fisk, 
Stephen Leach. 

CALEDONIA COUNTY. 

Jacob Blanchard, ) » ■ ,. * t >».-^^ 

0,1 TiT • } Assistant Justices. 

Sylvcniis Hemmmgway, ) 



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Charles Roberts, Sheriff. 
Robert Harvey, High Bailiff 
Charles Davis, States' Attorney. 
Samnel Sias, Judge of Probate for the district of Cale- 
donia. 
Salma Davis, Samuel Ingalla, Amos Clement, jail Com- 
missioners. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Bamet — Walter ilarvey, Silas /Jarvey, L P Parks, Ja's 
Gilchrist, Wra Shearer, Wm frarden,ilugh Somers, Mor- 
decai ifale, Sam'l A Chandler, Wm Lackie, Wm Gilker- 
son, Solomon Stevens. 

Burke — Rufus Newell, A M Eggleston, Benj F Belden, 
Matthew Cashing, Seth Clark jr. Elam TFhite. 

Cabot — Thos Osgood, Jos Fisher, J W Dana, Leonard 
Orcutt, Anthony Perry, John Damon, Ebenezer Smith, Ei- 
hu Coburn, Wm Fisher, 01 ver Dutton, J T Marston, T C 
Hoit, Thos Osgood jr. 

Danville — Aaron Porter, Abnsr Harris, J M Morrill, A- 
mos Clement, Salma Davis, J A Stanton, Oliver Morse, 
Ch's Davis, Asa Sargcant, Archelaus Sias, G W Dicw, 
Joshua Roberts, D T Batcheldcr, Stephen Dole, Augus- 
tine Clark, Samuel Sias. 

Grolon — John Darling jr. R.cui)en irbitcher, Thos fTas- 
son, ]M<?dad Darling, John Jfeath. 

Lyndon — Epfeaim Chamberlain, Benj TFalker, G C Ga- 
boon, S W PFinsor, Philip Goss, rFelcomc Bemis, Orin 
Alton, Job Randall, N H Fletcher, Isaac Fletcher, Daniel 
Bowker, Stephen McGaff:y. 

Hardicick — Barnaba? Doty, Elnp.than Strong, Ora Cros- 
by, T P FuUer, Ira Atkins, Isaac Pennock, Nathaniel Per- 
kins jr. 

J^ewark — Eleazcr Packer, Philemon Jfartwell, N C Kib- 
bey, Miles Coe, John Sleepor, Alpheus Stoddard, Rufus 
Kinney. 

Kirby — Jos Church, Timothy Locke, Merrit Newliall, 
Josiah Joslin. , 

Peac^.a?;i—Nehemiah Bradley, G ir Clark, J fTChand-j 
ler, E C Chamberlain, Hazen Merrill, Era^tus Kellogg, Jas 
Buswell, Simon Blanchard jr. 

Ryegate — Jabez Bi^elow, John Nelson, Wm Gray, Ab- 
raham Page, Pcob't Whitelaw, Archibald Park, Nathaniel 
Knight. 

Ske^eld — Moaes Davis, JasTownshond, JlezekiabBick- 



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ford, Reuben Miles, Sewell Bradley, M M Miles, Richard 
J«nnesg, J // Drown. 

St. Johnsbury^L.iither Clark, A M Rice, W P Stongh- 
ton, Jerry Dickermdn, Josiah Gage, Fiailip Smith, Nathan 
Stone. 

Sutton— J C Morrill, Win Brockway, P S Wheelock, 
Wells Way, Bradbury Richardson, Nchemiah Shaw, Dav- 
id Stoddard, Michael Rice, Wra Thompson, Thaddeus 
Curtis. 

Waitfford — Elijah Freeman, Jas Works, Zenas Woods, 
Elisha Brown, Jos Ide, Rob't Taggard, Luther Knighl, Jo- 
naJi^Caipenter. 

Walden— Hanson Rogers, John Gould, James Bell, Ad- 
am Amsden, Willard Fuller, Leonard Farrington, Daniel 
Wooster. 

Whedocx — Jona Taylor, Josiah Lane, Dudley Clark, 
Sam'l Bigclow, Ch's Matthewson, Hiel Bradley, Wm San- 
born, David Darling, Abner Hoit, Benj Conner, E M Ma- 
goon. 

Woodbury — Benj Fowler, Joel Cilley, David Herrick, 
Stephen Chapman, Luther ilorse, Asaph Town, Ebenezer 
Bruce. 

Goshen Gore — Albert R Smith, Luman Bronson. 

ORLEANS COtTNTT. 

David P Noves, ) . • . . ▼ .• 
r^ T^ , r j5^ga,stant Justices. 

Isaac Parker, ) 

Thomas Jameson, Sheriff 
Elijah G Strong, High BaihS: 
Isaac F Redfiald, States' Attorney. 
John Kimball, Judge of Probate for the district of Or- 
leans. 
Joseph Wigg:ns, Joseph Chapman, Eleaser Howard, Jail 

Commissioners. 
Robert Campbell, Inspector of Hops. 
Justices of the Peace. 
Albany — John Skinner, John Farnam, R B J/ovey, Eli 
Chamberlain jr. V/m Rowell, S C Allen, Jona Fitz. 

Barton — John Kimball, Asa Kimball, Rich'd Newton, 
J // Kimball, Jos Owen, A C P».obinson, W P May, Harry 
Baxter. 

Brotcnington — G C West, Elijah Strong, J M Robinson, 
Luke Gilbert, Gilbert Gross, Benja F Robinson, Amhqrst 
^Steward. 



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Craftsbuiiy— Jos Scott, Roval Corbiu, Wm Scott, Issac Ho- 
vey, A R French, J A Pa.idock,"'N S Hill, Asa Hoyt, Oliver Al- 
len, G F Sprague, Augustus Youiifr. 

Coventry — Argalus Harmon, Elijah Cleaveland, Ebenezer 
Clement, Ch's Story, E M Gray, Jos Hazeltine, Philip Flanders, 
David Huggins, Perez Grrdiier. 

CiiARLESTO?: — Hilton Brackott, Chauncy Fuller, L C Bate?, 
Stephen Cole, Luther Dunton, Andrew Spalding, S C Cole, Sil- 
as Gaskill, David Chadwick. 

Derby — TimoHinman, Benj Hinman, Ch's Kingsbury, Por- 
tus Baxter, Jacob Chase, John Steward, Jas V/ay, 1D M Camp, 
PelegRcdfield. 

Edex — Eli Hinds jr. Walter Wheelock, Rob't Jameson, L H 
Brown, Clark Fick. 

GREENsBOR.-y — Ezek'l Rand, Stephen Sherman, Willard Lin- 
coln, Sam'IHill, Reuben Storrs, J M Scott, G H Page, S F Tay- 
lor, G A Morev. 

Glover— Jbhn Boardman, Ch's Hardy, S T Shaw, Thos Ba- 
ker, George Leonard. 

Hydei'Ark — Abncr Flandcr?, JW Safford, Levi Egerton, JC 
Page, Jona Bean, David Clements, Marvin Glazier, David Mc 
Ciure, Breed Noye.^, W P Sawyer, James Nowland. 

Holland — Truman Fairchild jr. Joseph Fletchorj Micah Fer- 
rin, Nathan Hale, Joshua French. 

Irasburgh— Jchn Kellam, Jos Kidder, Jos "Wlegins , EH 
Starkweather, Jos Chapman, Sam'l Chambcrlam, B T Jones, Jer- 
emiah Morrill, Jesss Coopr jr. M B KmVball. 

Jay — Geo Flin-, A Kciih,bZli Hunt, E Sanborn, Jos Hadlock. 

Lowell — John Harding, Sylvaiius Sartle. Silas Lamb. 

MoRRisTOTvx — Abiat Eat^n, Luther Bingham, Samuel Cook, 
Benoni Shaw, Jos Gears, G W Gates, Geo Small, John Ferrin, 
John Bingham, Isaac Alien, Calvin Uurnell, Truman Tenney, 
John Miles, John "Vv a'.ker, Jodediah Safford. 

Morgan — Ira Leavens, Alden Grow, Shubael Farr, Ch's Gum- 
ming.;, Sam'l Bartlett, Jotham Cummin-^s jr. 

Newport — Sovmour Lane, Orville Da^'gett, Peter Wh«elock, 
Jona Frost, Tylvir Mason, A B jMoore. 

Salem — Nuyes Hcnkiiison, Josiah Lyon, Moses Piiie, Nath- 
aniel Cobb, Joseph Crandall. 

Troy— S K Kovey, Sam'l West, Raymond Hale, D H Bard, 
Sam'l Sumjier,U C H,itcn> Her.rv Corey, Jas Craigue, Horace 
Paddock, A G Walker, D F Kirnball, Ezra Johnson. 

Westfield— -Jere Fod^'kins,. Thos Hitchco -k, Jairus Steb- 
bins, Ja3 Brown, Kcnry Richa-dson, Orlando Winslow. 

WoLCoxr— Nalh'l Jonos, Jona S.naiih, John Parker, Ephraim 
Ladd,D G He 3kin'-on. 

Westmore— A A Adams, D Wilson, P Oilman, J C Page. 

ESSES COtJNTT. 

Reuben W Freeman, ) ^ggi^^ant Justices. 
Archelaus Cunimmj^s y 

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Greenleaf Webb, Sheriff. 
Jonah Brooks, jr. High Bailiff. 
Wm. Hayward, jr. States' Attorney. 
William Gates, Judge of Probate for the district of Essex. 
John Dodge, Royal Cutter, Moody Rich, Jail Commis- 
sioners. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Bloomfield — Levi ToUes, J M French, J L Brown, Daniel 
Holbrook. 

Brunswick — Dani Smith, Dani SchoS* jr. Isaac Richardson: 

Brighton — FreelandRosbrook,Jno Stevens, Wm Washburn. 

Concord — John S Johnson, Ehjah Hill, Preston Thayer, N J 
Graves, David Hibbard jr. 

Canaan— Nalh'l Nichols, Benj Ingalls, Jos Morrison, Moses 
Morrill, Mattnias Weeks. 

East-Haven — John Walker. 

Guildhall — .David Denison, Timothy Fairchild, Jno Dodge, 
JS Wells, Jas Stoele, Seth Cushman, Horace Hubbard, Harris 
Cutler, Edvv-ard Willard, Jona Whipple, Sam'l Curtis, A B Howe, 
Dan'l Howe, D E Denison, L R Webb. 

Granby — Gcrshom Carpenter, Thaddeus Medcalf, Ashley 
Appleton, 

Lunenburgh — Stephen Howe jr. John Chandler, Wm Gates, 
Wm Heywood jr. Mitchel Silsby, Simon Howe jr. Ch's Ames, 
Dekio Wright. 

Lemington — Gumming Buffington, Dan'l Judd, Jno Bailey 2d. 

ViCTORT— Asa Wells. 

Maidstone — Wm Rich, Dan'l Rich, Simon Smith jr. Thomas 
Burnside, J C Walker, Joseph Morrill, Joseph Rich. 

Wenlock — John Cargill, 

orand isle county. 

John M Soule, ) . - . . -r .. 
o ^ \ J } Assistant Justices, 

Samuel Adams, ) 

Franklin Robinson, Sheriff. 

Nathaniel Holbrook, High Bailifl^ 

Hector Adams, States' Attorney. 

Joel Allen, Judge of Probate for the district of Grand-Isle. 

Joel Allen, Ehhu Parks, Augustus Knight, jail corar's. 

John Reynolds, Inspector of Hops. 

Justices of ihe P3cce. 

Alburgh— C H Perrigo, Thos Mott, G B Menback, Wm L 

Sowl3, Ja? Darby, Abraham Ladieu, H L Reynolds, Jos Sevvell, 

Nathan Kinsley. 

North-Hero — J P Ladd, Uriah Hazen, John Knight, Allen 

Sawyer, Phiiip Cook. 

Grawd-Iele — Melvin Barnes, Dan'l Jackson, Stephen Pearl, 

S B Gordon, John Reynold, Jona Hyde, Sulon Tobias, Frederick 

Delano, Lewis Ladd, H C Boardman, 



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Isle La Mott — Harry Hill, Nath'l Holbrook jr. Aaron Denio, 
Dan'l Wait, Hiram Hall, Harry Scott, Ch's Carron jr. 

South Hero — Calvin Fletcher, Bird Laudon, Lorenzo Hall, 
Benj Adams, Wallis Mott, Asa Phelps, Alson Landon. 



SESSIONS OF THE COURTS IN VERMONT, 

BENXIN'GTON COUNTY. 

S. C, — at Bennington, 2d Tuesday, next, after tho 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. 
Henry Robinson, Clerk. 

WINDHAM COtJNTY. 

5. C. — at Newfane, 3d Tuesday next after the 4tb Tues- 
day ot January. 

C. C— 2d'' Tuesday of April, 

2d Tuesd. of Sept. James Elliot, Clerk. 

WINDSOR COUNTY. 

S. C. — at "Woodstock. 4th Tuesday next after the 4th 

Tuesday of January. 
C. C. — last Tuesday of May, 

last Tu8P. of Nov. Benj. Swan, Clerk. 

RUTLAND COUNTY. 

S. C— at Rutland, 1st Tuesday next afler the 4tb Tues- 
day of January, 

C. C. — ith Tuesday of Aptil. 

2d Tues. of Sept. R. Pierpoint, Clerk. 

ADDISON COUNTY. 

S. C. — at Middlebury, 4th Tuesday of January. 
C. C— 2d Tuesday of June. 

2d Tuesday of Decsmber. 

Samuel Swift, Clerk. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

S. C. — at Chelsea, 5th Tuesday next after the 4th Tues- 
day of J anuary. 

C. C. — 3d Tuesday of June. 

3d Tuesday of December. 

Harry Hale, Clerk. 

CHITTENDEN COUNTY. 

S, C. — at Burlington, Tuesday next preceding tho 1st 

Tuesday in January. 
C. C— • last Tuesday save one in March. 

last Tuesday save one in August. 

N. B. Haswell, Clerk. 



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WASHINGTOX COUNTY. 

S. C. — at Montpolier, Gth Tuesday next after the 4th 

Tuesday in January. 
C. C. — 2nd Tuesday in Apil. 

3d Tuesday in Nov. T. Y. Vail, Clerk. 

CAt^EDONIA COUrrTY. 

S. C — at Danville, 7th Tuesday, next after the 4th Tues- 
day of January, 

C. C. — Ist Tuesday of June. 

1st Tuesday of December. 

Clerk. 

FP.AVICLIN- COrXTT. 

S. C. — at St. Albansj 2nd Tuesday of January. 
C. C. — 2nd Tuesday of April. 

2nd Tuesday of September. 

HCB.ACE Janes, Cleric 

ORLEANS COUNTY. 

5. C— at Irasburg, 9t'\ Tuesday nerit aftcv the 4th Tues- 
day of January. 

C. C— 3d Tuesday of Juno. 

4lh Tues. of Dec. Ira H. Allen, Clerk. 

ESSEX COrNTY. 

S. C— at Guildhall, 8th Tuesday next after the 4th Tues- 
day of January. 

C. C— last Tuesday in May. 

third Tuesday in December. 

AYiLLiAM Gates, Clerk. 

GRAND ISLE COUNTY. 

S. C. — at North Hero, 3d Tuesday of January. 
C. C— 1st Tuesday next after the 4th Tuesday of April. 
1st Tuesday next after the 4th Tuesday of Sept 

Joel Al",en, Clerk. 

LEGISLATURE APPOINTMEIS TS. 

SamM C Cnfis, Ailen Wardn£r,'George T Hodges, 
StMe House CDm-nittee. 

Lebbeus Egirton, Super intender.t. 

Cyrus \Yarc, Surveyor of old State House. 

John Johnson, Burliac-ton, Svroeyor General. 

John H Cotton, Windsor, Superiniendcnt of State 
Prison. 

Rev Warren Skinner, Cavendish, to preach tiie n£xt 
Elect ion Sermon; Rev Jolm M Austin, Montpelier, 
substitute. 



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John S Pettibone, Manchester, Bank Inspector. 
Hurry Hale, Chelsea, Bank Commissioner. 
Solomon Foot, Rutland, Ji^ent to settU the concerns 
\\ of the Vermont State Ban!:, 

U " John Smith, St. Albatis, Charlefl Linsley, Middle- 
1 bury, Samuel Elliot, Brattleboro' Commissioners of tl^e 
jj Deaf and Dumb and of the Blind. 
ij; John Dewey, Guildhall, Samuel C Loveland, Reid- 
ingj Wm. Hebard, Randolph, George P Marsh, Bur- 
lington, Robert Pierpoint, Rutland, Commissioners of 
Conmwix Scho ols. 

COLLEGES. 

University of Vermont, Burlington^ President, Rev 
John Wheeler — commencement, first Wednesday in 
August — Medical Lectures commence second Monday 
in August. 

Middlehury College, President, Rev Joshua Bates — 
commeneement, third Wednesday in August — Medical 
Lectures at the Vermont Academy of Medicine, Cas- 
tleton, commence on tlie first Tuesday of September. 

Dartmouth College, Hanover, JY. tl. Prcsicfent, Rev 
Nathan Lord — commencement, last Wednesday of Au- 
gust save one — Medical Lectures commence 3d Tues- 
day after commencement. 

VERMONT TEMPERANCE SOCIETy. 

OFFICERS, 1833-4. 

Hon. Samuel Prentiss, President. Dr. Noadiah Swifl. 
Hon. Rob't Pierpoint, Hon. Phinehas White, David Pierce 
Esq. Hon. 'William Slade, Simeon Short, Esq. Hon. Hem- 
an Allen, James Bell Esq, Hon. Bales Turner, Hon. Sam- 
uel C. Crafts, John Dewey Esq. Hon. Lewis Sowles, Vict 
Presidents. Gen. Ezekiel P. Walton, Montpelier, Sccr't/. 
Dr. James Spalding, Trf<i.surer. 

Annual meeting at Montpelier, 5d week in October. 



VERMONT BIBLE SOCIETY. 

OFFICES?, 1833 — i. 
Hon. Benja. Swift, President. Hon. Phinehas White; 
Hon. Thomas Emerson, F. Presidents. Rev. Sam'l Hop- 
kins, Secretary. Hon. Jed athun Loomis, Treasurer. Hon. 
Joseph Howes, Auditoi'. Directors— Hon Rob't Pierpoint, 



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Hon. G. Worthingtpn, tlcv. Wm. A. Berkins, Hon. James 
Bell, Rev. Joseph Freeman, Hon. Samuel Swift, Hon. J. 
D. Farnsworth. 

Annual meeting at MontpeliSr, 5d week in Oct 

VERMOr^T COLOMZATION SOCIETY. 

OFFICERS, 1S33 4. 

Elijah Paino, President. Horatio Seymour, Sam'l Pren- 
tigs, Vice PresiderUs, Heman Allen, Willard Child, J K 
Converse, Jno Richards, Phinehas White, I P Dana, Samjl 
Hopkins, Samuel Clark, Thomas Emerson, Jaraea Bell, 
Wyliys Lyman, T A Merrill, Managers. Benj Swift, Wm 
Sla'de, Delegates to the American Society. Dan'l Baldwin, 
Montpelier, Treasurer. Joseph Howes, Auditor. Cheater 
Wiight, Secretary 



Annual meeting, 3d weak in Oct, 



CONTENTS. 



Appointments Legi^ativ© 

Attornies 

Ahnanac 

Civil GoTomment of Vt. 

Cycles 

Ocnsus U. S. 

Colleges 

Congress 22d 

Courts U S Judges of 
do. Circuit 
do. District 
do. Vt. Judges of 
do. County Judges of 
do. Sessions of 

Councillora 

Clergy 

Eclipses 

Feasts moveable 

Farmer's Calendar, 

Foreign Ministers 

Government U. S. 

Giand List form of 

*' ara't of each town 

Housewives to 

How to cheat the Moon 

Hogs scalding of 

Justices of Peace 

Militia of Vermont 

Members Legislature 

MooH and Weather 

Memoranda each month 



128 

80 

5 

73 

2 

48 

129 

54 

56 

67 

68 

107 

107 

127 

73 



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4 

63 

50 

72 

73 

12 

20 

3 

107 

70 



Navy Department US 62 

Postage rates of 68 

Post Office Department U S 63 
Postmasters Vt. 80 

Population of each town in Vt 73 



Physicians 73 

Poultry 40 

Planets characters of 2 

Salaries and fees 59 

Seasons commencement of 2 

Society Vt Temperance 129 

do Vt Bible 120 

do Vt Colonization 130 

Sovereigns of Europe 71 

The Union notices of 43 



SOtTown Officers Bennington co 80 



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40 War Department U S 

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NO. XVIII. 
WALTON'S 

VERMONT REGISTER 

AND 

FARMERS' ALMANAC, 
FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD, 




BEING THIRD AFTER BISSEXTILE, OR LEAP 
YEAR, AND TILL JULYJi'OURTH THE FIFTY- 
NINTH OF AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE. 



aov 



Calculated for the Meridian of Montpelier, in latitude 44* 17' 

north, and longitude 4° 25^ east frbm the Capiiol of th« 

Unitad States, at Washington. 



ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS 

BY ZADOCK THOMPSON, A. M. 



MONTPELIER-: 

PUBLISHED BY E, P^ WALTON, 

(At the Montpelidr Book-Ster«.) 



NO. XVIII. 
WALTON'S 

VERMONT REGISTER 

AND 

FARMERS' ALMANAC, 

FOR THE YEiR OF OUR LORD, 



1 






m 



BEING THIRD AFTER BISSEXTILE, OR LEAP 
YEAR, AND TILL JULY FOURTH, THE FIFTY- 
NINTH OF AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE. 

■ - - • ■ 



Calculated for the Meridian of Monfpelier, in latitude 44" \T 

north, and longitude 4° 25' east from the Capitol of the 

United Stales, at Washington. 



A.STRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS 

BY ZADOCK THOxMPSON, A. M. 



MONTPELIER ; 

PUBLISHED BY E. JP. .WAI4TON, 
,(At the JVIontpelier i^ook-Stpre.) 



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A''ameis and Characters of the Planets. 



:<cThe Sun. 
(3i^©The Moon. 
^ Mercury. 



? Venus. 
©Earth. 
$ Mars. 



1/ Jupiter, 
f? Saturn. 
^Hersfliel. 



JVames and Characters of the Signs of the Zodiac. 



'T' Aries, 
n Gemini, 
^Leo. 



$ Soggitarius. 
ccc Aquarius. 
V5>Capricornus. 
7fi Scorpio. 



TTJ Virgo. 
2sCancer. 
y Taurus. 
X Pisces. 



JVanies and Characters of the Aspects. 
Q Ascending Node. ^Desecnding Node. 
(^ Conjunction, or in the same longitude. 
DQuartile, or differing 3 signs in longitude. 
S Opposition, or differing 6 signs in longitude. 

Chronological Cycles. 



Dominical Letter, D 
Golden Number, 12 
Epact, 1 



Solar Cycle, 24 

Roman Indiction, 8 
Julian Period, 6548 



Moveable Feasts. 
Septuageslma Sunday, 
Quinquagesima Sunday, 
Ash Wednesday, or 1st day of Lent, . 
Mid Lent Sunday, 

Palm Sunday, ..... 
Easter Dav, .... 

Low Sunday, . . ' , . , 
Rogation Sunday, 
Ascension day, or Holy Thursday, 
Whit Sunday, . . . . 
Trinity Sunday, .... 
Advent Sunday, .... 



Feb. 15 
Mar. 1 

Mar. 4 
Mar. 22 
April 12 
April 19 
April 26 
May 24 
May 28 
June 7 
June 14 
Nov. 29 



Commencement of the Seasons. 
Spring begins March 21st, 3h. 4m. morning. 
Summer " June 22d, Oh. Sm. morning. 
Autumn " Sept. 23d, Ih. 57m. evening. 
Winter " Dec. 22d, 7h. 27m.. morning. 

Solar and Lunar Eclipses in 1835. 
I. The first is an annular eclipse of the Sun, on the 
27ih ol May, invisible at Montpelipr, d at 8h, 41m 
mornino". 



110 



II. The second is a partial eclipse of the Moon, on 
the 10th of June, invisible at Montpelier, 5* at 5h. 
55m. evening. 

III. The third is a total eclipse of the Sun, on the 
20th day of November, invisible at Montpelier, 6 at 
5h. 39m. in the morning. 

Tramit of Mercury. 
There will be a transit of the planet Mercury over 
the Sun's disk, on the 7th day of November, visible at 
Montpelier. Mercury will enter upon the eastern 
side of the Sun's disk, at about 37 minutes after noon 
mean time, and will move across towards the west, 
and will pass off from the Sun at 49 minutes past 5 in 
the evening. As the sun sets during the transit, the 
latter part of it will not be seen. 



Keep seperate pastures for horses and cows. One 
of our subscribers in the state of Pennsylvania, whose 
communications we always receive with pleasure, has 
furnished the following remarks. — Genessee Farmer. 

"We became satisfied many years ago that sheep 
and milch cows ought not to run together in the same 
pasture ; and we have kept them seperate ever since, 
evidently to the increase of our milk and butter. The 
jlast sea«on I kept my horses and cows in seperate pgs- 
Itures, to the very visible benefit of both. They had a 
jchange of pasture as usual, but were not suiSfercd to 
'run on the same grass. All appeared to be in better 
[condition than common, and the grass was of finer 
growth when compared with other similar fields in 
|ihe neighborhood. I am satisfied that farmers suffer 
much loss by not attending to these small matters." 

Remedy for Sore Throat. Mix a pennyworth of 
pounded camphor with a wine glass full of brandy,} 
pour a small quantity on a lump of sugar, and allow' 
it to dissolve in ihe mouth every hour. The third on 
fourtTi generally enables the patient to swallow with 
ease. — JVewburyport Herald. 

A good quantity of old cheese is the best thing to 
eat when oppressed with any kind of food. 



JS^ames and Characters of the Planets. 



3)cThe Sun. 
(i^©The Moon. 
^ Mercury. 



$ Venus. 
©Ea-rlh. 
$ Mars. 



1| Jupiter. 
^ Snlurn. 
Ji^Hersehel 



JVames a?id Characters of the Sigtis of the Zodiac 



•HP Aries, 
n Gemini, 
a^eo. 
i^Libra. 



I :^ Saggitanus. 
I "XcAquarius. 

yf Capricornus. 

TIX Scorpio. 



TTg Virgo. 
SsCancer. 
y Taurus. 
K Pisces. 



JVames and Characters of the Aspects. 
Q Ascending Node. ^Descending Node. 
d Conjunction, or in the same longitude. 
nQuartiie, or differing 3 signs in longitude. 
S Opposition, or differing 6 signs in longitude. 

Chronological Cycles. 



Dominical Letter, 
Golden Number, 
Epact, 



24 

8 

1 I Julian Period, 6548 



D 1 Solar C^'cle, 

12 Roman Indict ion, 



Moveable Feasts. 
Septuagesima Sunday, 
Quinquagesima Sunday, 
Ash Wednesday, or Isl day of Lent, 
Mid Lent Sunday, 
Palm Sunday, .... 
Easter Day, .... 

Low Sunday, . . '. 
Rogat'.on Sunday, 
Ascension day, or Holy Thursday, 
Whit Sunday, . . . . 
Trinity Sunday, 
Advent Sunday, .... 



Feb. 15 
Mar. 1 
Mar. 4 
Mar. 22 
April 12 
April 19 
April 26 
Mav 24 
May 28 
June 7 
June 14 
Nov. 29 



Commencement of the Seasons. 
Spring begins March 21st, 3h. 4m. morning. 
Summer '•' June 22d, Oh. Sm. morning. 
Autumn " Sept. 23d, Ih. 57m. evening. 
Winter " Dec. 22d, 7h. 27m-. morning. 

Solar and Lunar Eclipses in 1835. 
I. Tiie first is an annular eclipse of the Sun, on the 
'27th ol May, invisible at Montpelier, d at 8h, 41 m ' 
morniniT. 



wm 



II. The second is a partial eclipse of the Moon, on 
the 10th of June, invisible at Montpelier, S at 5h. 
55m. evening. 

III. The third is a total eclipse of the Sun, on the 
20th day of November, invisible at Montpelier, d at 
5h. 39m. in the morning. 

Transit of Mercury. 
There will be a transit of the planet Mercury over 
the Sun's disk, on the 7th day of November, visible at 
Montpelier. Mercury will enter upon the eastern 
side of the Sun's disk, at about 37 minutes after noon 
mean lime, and will move across towards the west, 
and will pass off from the Sun at 49 minutes past 5 in 
the evening. As the sun sets during the transit, the 
latter part of it will not be seen. 



Keep sfi.perate pastures for horses and cows. One 
of our subscribers in the state of Pennsylvania, whose 
communications we always receive wiih pleasure, has 
furnished the following remarks. — Genessee Farmer, 

"We became satisfied many years ago that sheep 
and milch cows ought not to run together in the same 
pasture ; and we have kept them seperate ever since, 
evidently to the increase of our milk and butter. The 
jiast season I kept my horses and cows in seperate pgs- 
Itures, to the very visible benefit of both. They had a 
jchange of pasture as usual, but were not suffered to 
'run on the same grass. All appeared to be in better 
condition than common, and the grass was of finer 
growth when compared with other similar fields in 
ihe neighborhood. I am satisfied that farmers suffer! 
much loss by not attending to these small matters." 

Remedy for Sore Throat. Mix a pennyworth of 
pounded camphor with a wine glass full of brandy,| 
pour a small quantity on a lump of sugar, and allow[ 
it to dissolve in ihe mouth every hour. The third ori 
fburtli generally enables the patient to swallow withi 
case. — JVewburyport Herald. 

A good quantity of old cheese is the best thing to 
gat when oppressed with any kind of food. j 



1835 JANUARY, first month .1 

farmer's calendar. I 

The annual round again is run, | 

Again Time's coursers liave begun ; 

The circuit of the year ; I 

The wintry wind is passing by — i 

The snows upon its pinions fl}- — 

Tlie weather cold and drear. 



Fellow Citizens, — Although I have given you line ■ 
'upon line and precept upon precept, lam really afraid 
■that fill my labor has been bestowed in vain. I have 
been trying to teach you how to make the times bet- 
jter, but instead of that, they would appear from the 
continual wailings to be constantly growing worse. — 
The cry of hard times is constantly growing loudei 
and more frequent. Money, instead of being plenty 
in every man's pocket, has almost disappeared out of 
the country. The complaint of hard times is in eve- 
ry man's mouth and apparently comes from the heart, 
and doubtless it does, since upon this subject nearly 
all can speak from experience. But why are the times 
so hard ? Ah t we want another father Abraham, to 
set in order before us golden sayings of poor Richard. 
We need another Franklin to bring us back to the 
simple manners of our ancestors, and to show us in 
his own way that although the cause of complaint is 
real, it is nevertheless for a great part in ourselves and 
not in the times. We have become extravagant in 
almost every thing — extravagant in our mode oi liv- 
ing — evtravagant in dress — extravagant in amuse- 
ments — extravagant in expenses— extravagant in idle- 
ness. If we vvish to see better times, this epithet ex- 
travagant must be discarded — must be banished. 

Hay-making. Make as much of your hay as is 
practicable in the early part of the season, as there is 
at that time a greater probability of your being fav- 
ored with fair weather. The Farmer's Guide asserts 
that "it }jas been found by actual observation, for a 
number of years, tha* On an average more rain falls in 
summer after the loth or 20th of July than before." 
"Grass" says Mr Goodsell in his Farmer, "after it is 



rSldays, 



JANUARY, 



1836] 



The months have ruft'thfeir circuit ; 

Adieu to thirty-^our ! 
And thirty-five as quickly 

Will run the circuit o'er. 



P First Quarter, 6th day, 4h 49m eveningi 
OFull Moon, l4th flay, 4h 25m evening, 
d Last Quarter, 21st day, 4h 5m evening. 
• New Moon, 28lh day, 4h 20m evening. 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 



* 

rises 



sets. S Pllr & s. 



1 
2 

3 
4 
5 

6 

7 
8 
9 

Id 
li 

12 

13 
14 
15 
16 
IT 
18 
119 
i20 
i21 
122 
|23 

I25 

;26 

27 

28 
29 
30 
31 



SjCircumcision© Perihelion,? 

7 
7 



l\Battle of Princeton^ 1777 
Dj2d Sunday af Christmas. 

2| 

3iEpiphany. 

4 1 •Apogee 



bBat.jY.OrVnslSlb » Aph T 

6 17 

7 \Stamp Jlct, 1 765 ? Stat 7 
D 1st Sunday afEpipl-iany. 7 



Peace ratified, 

? Perihelion 



7 

%^ D 7 

15 •runs7 

[high,7 

■|7 

T\Frdnkli7i Born, 1106. 7 
D;2d Sun. afEpiph. B(U-;7 
[tie of Coicpens, 1781.7 
[ed, '93 7 
• Per Louii XVI behead- 1 
Battle of Tallapoosa, 1 81 4 7 
William Pitt died, 1806.|7 

[yersioii of St. Paul. 
3d Sun. af Epiph. Con- 
? brightest 2^ Stat 



(©runs low 
Peter the 
[1725. 



Great died, 

[ed, 18"zO. 
Kinor Geo. IF. proclaim- 7 



38 
38 
37 
57 
36 
36 
35 
34 
34 



334 
334 
324 
31 '4 
304 
294 
284 
27-4 
264 
25*4 
24*4 
234 
22 4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



21 
20 
19 
17 
16 
15 
14 
13 
12 



22 

22! 

23' 

23 

24 

24 

25 

26 

26 

27 

27 

28 

29 

30 

3j 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 



4^ 

5X 

5>£^ 

5K 

6^-^ 

6T 

7;^ 

7 « 

8'd 

8n 

9n 

92s 

9'25 
1025 

ion 

u'M 

12' 

12 

13 
18 
13 
13 



7 8" 
3 14 

9 23. 

10 27, 

11 29 
morn. I 
SO 



31 
31 
33 

36 






4313 
4413 



45 
46 
47 



4 4814 



5 37j 

6 37 
D rise; 

5 41 

6 52 

8 4} 

9 19, 

10 3l| 

11 43 
morn. 
571 

11 
3 .28 
i 40 
3 49^ 
5 48 
J> sets 
5 57 

7 61 

8 .12 






18S5 FEBRUARY, second mon th.] 

farmer's calendar. 
Now fleecy clouds obscure the day, 
The frequent snows block up the way, 

And winter holds his reign ; 
But soon his triumph will be o'er, 
And gentle Spring return once more 
To bless our land again. 



Time — what is time ? Poor Richard says it is the 
'sluffiife is m;fde of. It is the opportunity for doing 
(good or evil. But, friend, in what way do you employ 
it ? In doing good, or evil ? Neither ; for at this sea 
;^on I do nothing at all but eat, drink and sleep. But 
is not that doing evil ? Eating, drinking, and sleep- 
ing are to be sure necessary, but they are not, or rath- 
er should not be, the business of life- Many people 
'seem to think that because they can do nothing upon 
their farms at this season, they have nothing that they 
can do. Such people I should call tnaterialists, for 
certainly they must have forgotten that there is any 
thing immaterial m their composition — they must have' 
forgotten, or rather have never learned, that they pos- 
jSess any such things as souls. But to be short with 
this short month, I would say to such, while the ma- 
terial soil is bound in frost and covered with snow, then! 
lis the time to cultivate the intellectual soil, or in other} 
'words to store the mind with useful knowledge. Read 
good books — meditate upon what you read — and let 
your reading and meditation have a salutary influence 
upon your hearts and lives. 



mown in wet weather is not materially injured, altho' 
it does not dry for some days, provided it is often turn- 
ed over to prevent its turning white. The loss of nu- 
tritive matter does not correspond to its change of col-j 
or. Timothy (herds grass) cut late, or after the seed 
hai come to its full size, does not look as green as. 
when cut in flower, and yet contams more nutritive; 
matter, and is preferred by most kinds of stock. 

In housing new made clover hay, especially if it bej 
not thoroucrnly dry, intermix it with layers of straw.! 



aC 



i28 days, 



FEBRUARY, 



1835 



Old Time is ne'er delajring— 
Nor will a moment stay ; 

His wheels are ever moving, 
And bearing us away. 



D First Quarter, 5lh day, 2h 45m evening. 
OFuU Moon, I3ih day, 61i 9n) niorning. 
C Last Quarter. 20th day, Oh Im morning 
©New Moon, 27th day, 7h 37m morning. 

I O 1~ I * 

• I ^...^.mkn t cijpr"rss ftp.. I . 



e I 
s| 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 
U 
!l2 
lllS' G 

14 7 

15 D 
1 6'. 2 
17| 3 

18; 4 

19 
20 
21 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 



b 3d Sunday aFlEpiphany. 
2TpSlat. ' I' 

3 P 

4 ©Apogee. [18Sj ,7 

5 Invasion of Poland,! 

7 
7 
7 



rises I 
7~lT4 



* )* 
sets I S 



^^6 ^U6 



6 

D|4th Sunday af Epiphany. 
2iD ^ d ^ S ta t. Cop^if re of jO 

3 #r. high [Irtsurg^nfs, '99 6 

4 6 



9,4 

64 

54 
3 4 



Pi|r& S.I 

49!l4|X!9 15] 
5i!i4t|10 15] 

5214|Till 17 
5414 

55il4i« 
57il4U^ 
58,14|n 
59.l4;n 



59 
58 5 
56 5 
54 5 
53 5 



Revolution in England, 

[1688 6 52 ;5 
Septuages. Sunday * >Jt 6 ,6 51 j5 
y Q ^?er.FrigatePhil-6 49|5 11,14 
D Tp t^ [a(ie(p/ua6ur7]. '04 6 48^5 1214 

6 46,5 14 14 
je 45|5 15,14 
6 David Garrick born 1716,6 44|5 16,14 
-^i, 7!y Per. \i7ioton bm-n, 1732 6 42 5 18,14 
22DSexS*S^D D lovvJFasA^,6 40;5 20,14 V5' 3 
123' 2! y Gr. Elongation. Pea-\6 39 5 21;14|v5> 4 
;24' 3 1 [cock taken, 1813 

25' 4r.Battle of Warsaw, 1831 

:26!5l)>i^d 

;27| ^Earthquake at Lisbon. 

m 7j^ D c^ 




6 37:5 23,13 V5> 5 

6 36^5 24 13|cci 6 

6 35 '5 25!l3|-c 6 

6 33 5 27|l3!K D set. 

6 32|5 2813i>£79 



Venus will be morning star till the 18lh of October,! 
Ithence evening star till the end of the year 



ri 



1835 MARCH, third mont h 

farmer's calendar. 
Now Boreas ragca in despair 
And agitates the troubled air, 

^*ut soon hi3 power will cease ; 
Soon v.'ill the gentle southern gale, 
O'er winter and his frosts prevail. 
And frost-bound earth release. 



The snows becrin to feel the softening influence of 
the returning sun ; but 

"Winter, still lingering on the verge of Spring, 
Retires reluctant, and from time to time 
Looks back, while at his keen and chilling breath. 
Fair nature sickens." 

Let the farmer begin in lime to keep pace with the 
season. If he let time once get the start ol him, lii 
cage is hopeless. He may tug and pull, but he nev- 
er overtakes it-. He is always in the rear — olvvays' 
dragging — and frequeniry receiving a thump froflt his 
heels. Although but h'^ltle can be done this month toj 
the soil, very much may be done by way ol prepara 
tion — ill getting ready. Ploughs, harrows, carts and 
the numerous other items of the farmer's apparatus, 
should all be in good repa:ir before the time of using] 
coiiies atohg. And he w'buld do well to remember 
that it costs money to purchase the sweet of the cane. 
But what is extracted from the maple is clear gain.— 
The making of maple sugar is hard work, but it iSj 
sweet business, and the more so because it comes at a. 
time when little else would be done. The prudent 
man is known by his prudence as surely as the tree isj 
known by its fruit. j 



Unwise men. The angry man — who sets his own 
house on fire, in order that he may burn up that ol 
his neighbor. 

Th envious man — who cannot enjoy life because 
others do 

The robber — who for (he consideration of a few 
dollars, gives the world a right to hang him. 

The hypochondriac — whose highest happiness con-; 
!sisls in rendering himself miserable. I 

' ■WiTM n —i- - "III ■■■■■ ■ iiJIiit i ■■■■ iMiiiimViii ii'iiiii'ii'MJiriau' iii'i liViT «'Mi"' ti" 



31 days, 



MARCH, 

The winds are deeply sighing,— 
The clouds obscure the day ; 

The snows again are flying,— 
Again block up the way. 



IBSy 



D First Quarter, 7th day, Uh 21m morning. 
OFull Moon, 14th dav, 5h 16m evening. 
d Last Quarter, 21st day, 8h S5m morning. 
#New Moon, 28th day, Hh 51 eve nu^ 

a'lo ~ I 1*1* 1* •! 

CALENDAR, ASPECTS, 6cc. lrises|sels.l S iPl! 



&B.I: 






1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



Quinq. StJiTTGFEl.Gau. 6 30;5 SOjlS.T 
[Brooks died, 1S^5 6 28 5 3213|t 



4AshWed.lstorLent. 
5' Boston massacre, 1770 

7| P 

D 1st S in Lent. JVellmgtoniG 
^ [defeated Fr. 1814 D runs 6 
3^V dinf. [high. D $ 6 

4! 



6 27 
a '6 25 



6 24 

6 22 



21 
19 
17 
15 
14 
6 12 



5 33 



6 Dr Priestly born, 1733 

7\ 

D 2d S in Lent. 
^T> ^ 6 •Pel 



Gen.Jack- 
[son born,\6 
[1767 6 
6 
6 
6 



11 

9 

8 
7 
5 
3 
1 




35 
36 
38 
39 
41 
43 



7 *entersT Springbegins. 3 59 6 

D 3d S in Lent, i runs low. J 5 57 6 

2 y St [Edwards died, 1 758 5 55 6 

5 53 6 

T> ^ 6 
y 5 



52 6 
50 6 
5 48 6 



12np 



12 
12 
12 
11 
11 
11 
45|1i|2d 

4610,^ 
4810^ 

49'l0'n]7 



|8 3| 

9 4 

10 51 

11 6J 
morn.' 




51 

52 

53 

53 

57 

59 



1 

3 

5 

7 

8 

10 

12 



[borgdied, 1772 5 47,6 13 

4th S in Lent. Sweden- b 45 6 15 

Battle of Grochow, 1831 :5 44 6 16 

Apogee. ;5 43 '6 171 

A2 '" 



lO.rrp 

9:^ 

9-= 

9TT1 

8|n[ 

8'_^ 

8'f 

8^ 

7v5> 

7v5> 

7- 

/ /w* 

6X 
6X 
6X 

5,T 
5,T 
5« 



7 
8 
8 
6' 

o; 

43 

29 



D rise 
7 14 

S 2^1 
J 44 

II o! 

morn. 

2o: 



35! 

4ii 
35 

53 
22^ 



. 1> set.j 

6 56 

7 56i 

8 57, 



farmer's calendar. 
The spring-bird has again appeared , 
With joy his notes again are heard, — 

His early notes of love; 
The eye now fondly looks to see 
The spiringing of the door-yard tree — ' 

The budding ol the grove. 

Many of late have been endeavoring to get their 
living by speculation — or in other words by spunging 
from the honest and industrious 5 but the numerous 
failures within a year or two past show, that in cheat- 
ing others, many of them cheat themselves too. They 
make good the saying of poor Richard, "Many, saysj 
he, without labor would live bj' their wits only, but 
they break for want of stock. On the other hand, in 
dustry and economy give comfort, plenty, and respect. 
He that seeks ^fter pleasure is seldom pleased; bull 
jfly pleasures and they will follow you." 

The season now begins to demand your activity 
It is important that your spring grain shDiild be sow-l 
ed in good season, but it is much more important that 
jyoar ground should be in a good condition and the 
(seed well got in. See that your cattle are not permit- 
jted to range ujwn your soft meadows. The food they 
[pick up is no compensation for the injury they do by 
treading up the soft ground. Let your garden be put 
in order and let your onions, lettuce, beets, carrots, 
i&c. for early use, be planted this month. A good gar-l 
iden does more towards supporting a family than ma- 
ny seem to imagine : and there is both the pleasure it 
mves the eye and the palate into the bargain. 



I The jealous man — who poisons his own banquet 
land then eats of it. 

I The miser — who starves himself to death, in order 
that his heir may least. 

j The slanderer — who tells tales for the sake of giv 
jinghis enemy an opportunity to prove him a liar. 
I Tiie glutton and the dram-drinker — who spend their 
Isuhstance and their time in making brute« of them- 
selves. ^_______ 



•30 3avs, 



«!»1fijlfc! 



APRIL, 



1835 



But Winter is receding, 
The snows dissolve amain ; 

And Sol, the seasons leading, 
Is hastening back again. 



I> First Quarter, 6lh day, 4h 40m morning. 
OFull Moon, 13th day, 2h 25m morning. 
C Last Quarter, l9th day, 6h 22m evening. 
0New Moon, 27th day, 4h 29ni evening. 



sets.l S PI 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. L;^_ 



r & s. 



1 

2 

S 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

|12 

jl3 

14 

15 

116 

In 

!l8 

19 

120 
i2l 
'22 

;24 

,25 
Ii26 
127 
128 
!29 



41 David. 5 

5\jefferson fconi, 1743 5 

6;i) 2^ d ? S Bonaparte 5 
7'#)"ins high, banish'' d^ '14 5 
D,5lh Sunday in Lent. 5 

2 ^ Aphelion. 5 

3 6 

4 ^ Gr. Elong. [ian, 1784 5 

5 Peace ratified by Gt Brit- 5 



t>;* 'p § U. S. Bank inc&r- 5 

7 {j>orated, 1816 5 

D^eth S in Lent. Palm S. H. 5 

2 •p[CZoy barn 76 D ^ d 5 



426 
40 6 
39 6 
37,6 
356 
346 
326 
316 
29 6 



5 
5 

;5 

Good Friday. Franklin 5 

D runs low. [died, 1790 5 

Easter Day. Battle of ^5 

[Lexington, 1775 5 

5 

D ? d [1677 5 

Rev. Thos. Parker born 5 
D y d 5 

I St Sunday af Easter. 5 
$ Aphelion 5 

# Apogee 5 2 

[guro/e^?, 1789 5 1 
D If d ^Vashijigton inctu- 5 



28 
27 
26 
24 
23 
2l|6 
19 6 
18 6 
166 
15 6 
136 
12 6 
10 6 
96 

m 

66 

56 
36 



18 
20 
21 
23 
25 
26 
28 
29 
31 
32 
33 
34 
36 
37 
39 
41 
42 
44 
45 
47 
48 
50 
51 
52 
54 
55 
57 
58 
59 




4 « 
4 » 

3n 
3n 

32S 
2'2d 
2'2S 

2;a 

2^ 



9 58 

10 59 
Imorn. 

59 

:i 51 



38 
22 
06 

28 
55 
22 



2,X 

2,qp 

3,^ 
3 ^ 
3 )S 
3 b 

3n 



D rise 
'8 40 
llO 1 
ill 21 

{morn. 
29 



9 
4Q> 



2 20- 

2 471 



32^ 



3 
3 

3 63j 

4 13| 
D sets! 
7 51' 
> 53' 
♦ 54^ 



MAYJ hfth month] 



farmer's calendar. 
With joy are seen the sleeping dead, 
xt rising from their lowly bed, 

With renovated powers ; 
With joy are seen the leaves expand, 
And Flora's welcomed to our land^^ 

Her sweet and rosy hours. 



Life lias been often represented as a game, vvhicl; 
depends mosilv upon good playj and partly upon good 
fortune. Now if a man play well — if he is positiv( 
that he could not have played better— though forttnt 
he against him ap.dilje is beaten; his defeat causes n/ 
inortification ; ne reposes upon the satisfaction of hav- 
ing done as well as possible. On the .contrary if i. 
man knows lie has played badly, and might liave play- 
ted better, though fortune give him the victory he do'ef- 
jiiot derive much pleasure from the success. 'Thus W( 
jsee that our happiness is placed in our own hands. 
The game demands industry and circumspection. \\ 
we use these, lortune caimot deprive us ol our enjoy- 
cnent. Whether successful or otherwise, we shall bt 
happy in the reflection that we have done our duty. 
. All nature is now beginning to teem with life anci 
poy and activity, and every moiiv^e is now urgijig mai 
ito partake of the general impulse. Arouse then to dil- 
|igence. Let the sun no longer conceal from thee tht 
jplace of his rising. I fear that we have many in oui 
own land who are as i^nnraht as the poor Parisian 
were, and that another Franklin is heeded to prove l< 
them that the sun gives li^rh't as soon as he rises. 



Prestrving Jiacon. There is much said about pre- 
serving bacon. I have noticed in all the comnjunica- 
Lions on the subject, that it is recommended to havi 
the bacon ic ell dried ; and I think this is the principa 
fhiitji^ rerj^uired. If bacon is not well dried, there i. 
nofhi^g that it. can be ^pa'bk.edjh, that -will keep i 
^ou'qJ, When bacon is Jmng up for drying, board 
of piank should be laid on the joints over it," in orde; 
to fe.fp dirt or dust from falling 6n it, also to keep th( 
!jm«)ke n-om escaping loo soon. A smoke should bt 






1835 



|| J1 days, MAY, 

All nature i>ow is waking- 
Arising from the dead ; 

The dry bones now are sliaking, 
And starting from their bed. 

]) First Quarter, 5th clay, 5h 52m evening. 
OFul' Moon, 12t}i day,'lOh23in morning. 

d Last Quarter, 19th day, 5h 4Sm morning 
©New Moon, 27th day,8h 41m morning. 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 



1 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

IC 

17 

IS 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

14 

25 

IG 

27 

2& 

29 

30 



6i St. Philip and St. James. 
7\Battle of Lutzen, 1813 
Di2d S af Easter D runs high 

2 D ^ d 
3 

4 [formed ISOC- 

5 ? Aphelion. Bihle Society 
6] 

7 Columbus sailed from Ca~ 
D3dSafE. D ^ 6 [diz\bO\ 
2 9 Perigee 

3; 

4] [1809 

^Bonaparte takes Vienna, 

6> a 

7 D runs low. [frost, 1794 
D'4thSafE* ^ dsupGrm? 

2 

4 Columbus died, 1 506 ^ per 

5 Island of St. Helcnu dis- 
6*ftfD " [coferec?, 1.502 

7i 

DjRooratiou Sunday. D ? d 
'2 %\\iO^Q:Q. Convention met 
3| [at T^hiladelphia, llSl 
4;:+ceclipsed 
5'Asc. Dav. Pitiborn^^nod 

6 C/ias. Il'borh, 1630© high 

7 Peace in pAirope, 1814 

D Jo/in ii;//io?, />. D. b. 1754 



* 

ises 

59 7 
58 7 
56 7 
o5 7 
54 7 
52 7 
517 
50 7 
48 7 
46 7 
45 7 
44 7 
43 7 
417 
10 7 
39!7 



32 
31 
30 

29 
29 
28 
27 
4 27 



sets 

1 

2 

4 

5 

6 

8 

9 

10 

12 

14 

15 

16 

17 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 1 

26 1 

28j 

28 

29 i 

30 

31 

31 

^2 

S3 

33 



38,7 22 

37:7 

867 

357 

34,7 

337 

32 7 



*;€ 

F|P 
3 



.r & S.I 
njlO 55- 
2oill 48: 

I ! 

SBjmorn.i 
2s|o 39^ 

19; 

56: 

23! 

5»; 

20 
49' 
16, 
rise' 
53, 
11 
18' 



oa|i 

n5;2 

=o:!3 

^!3 

^,U 

iTilD 
f 8 

I ho 

y5>|ll 
yc'morn. 

'o lo; 

55 

32 



241 

42 


20 
40 

5 





il 

2 



K 

cp 
op 
cp 

n D set. 

n;8 48; 
n '9 431 
cs'lO 35; 
25 11 22 



1835 JUNE, stith month 

farmer's calendar. 
On every side all nature's seen, 
Arrayed in splendidTobes of green. 

Delightful to the sight. 
To dissipate our gloom and care, 
The feathered warblers fill the air, 
At morn, at neon, at night. 

As the summer advances the business of the farmer 
becomes more pressing and laborious. But the same 
circumstances, which increase the severity of the la- 
bour, animate the labourer under his toil and enr^ble 
him to endure with alacrity what under other circum- 
istances could hardly be endured* At this season there 
is not only the unrivalled beauty ot the face of na 
ture, the music and melody of creation, but there is 
the animating prospect that what was sown in hope 
|,will ere long be raised to perfection and bring in itself] 
la rich reward for all the sweat and toil which is now 
ibestowed. Let not these fond hopes be blighted thro' 
iyour own neglect. You-- gardens, your fields, all re 
jquire your watchful attention. It is said that " the 
eye of the master may do more work than both his 
hands." We will not stop to settle which can do 
most work. One thing is certain ; neither can work 
|to advantage alone. If you would have things done 
jseasonably and effectually, let the eye point out what 
is to be done and let not the hands refuse to have a 
jpart in performing it. But while I would advise the 
Karmer to go forward, take the lead in his business, 
jand to say come boys, and not go hoys, yet I would 
jhave him sure that they did come. I would by no 
jmeans encourage him to do the work himself, that his 
|boys might have the more time for play and idleness. 
[Industry is the first and most important lesson he can 
jteach his children ; and industrious habits the most 
ivaluable legacy he can leave them. 



'kept under it till it is thoroughly dry, and be contin- 
{ued in wet weather in the summer. Whoever will 
jfollow this plan will sav^e their bacon. 
' Southern Planter. 



so days, JUNE, 

The birds again are skipping, 
And singing in the bowers ; 

The graces now are tripping, 
And strdwiilg sweetest flowers. 

First Quarter, 4th day, 3h 15m morning. 
OFull Moon, 10th day, 5h 55m evening. 
d Last Quarter, 17th day, 7h 15ra evening. 
QNew Moon, 25th day, llh 30m evening. 



18351 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 



* 

rises 



* 
sets 



FlPl 



r & s. 



fJ^Slat* 



[poliy 18(35 
Padce with Tri- 



15, 

'I 
1®I 

m 



3 
4 
5 

6: 7; D 1? d 
7 D Whit Sundav; 
2 
© Perigee [bridge b. it 18 
3) eclipsed. John Wood- 
b\ D runs low. 
^Horace Walpole b. 1717 
l\Eruption of Vesuvius '94 



8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 



14 D,Trinity Sunday. Battlel 
2,*2^ c^ [ofMarengOy 1800 
3, I 

4 Battle Bunker Hilly 1775 
5| War xoith England, 1812 
w /-, XT., Q^j^ Crveene d. 

[1786 
•Ap 



6'; ^ Gr El. 

7i^Stat. 
j2l|D,lstS afT. * -ntss 
22 2 Summer beguis* 



23; 
24 
25| 
26, 
27i 7 
28 D 
29! 2 
30 3 



^ G 



[J^ap, 
tJVativ. St> John the 

D runs high [1830 

Wni. iV began to reign, 
2d Saf Trinity. Battle 
[of Monmouth^ 1788 
1> t 6 



26 
25 
25 
24 
24 
23 
23 



21 
21 
21 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
^0 
20 
20 
20 
20 
21 
21 



. .7 

22 7 38 

227 38 

22'7 38 

2l'i7 39 



39 
39 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
46 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
39, 
59 






2;ao 

2 m7 I 
2'Tra 1 

2'i!i 

2 '=2= '2 
1>12 
lTri;3 



morn. 
1 
34 

3( 



V^'9 
V5 



qp 



1 
1 
1 



s 



1 
1 
1 
1 

2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
3 
3 
3 
3iA 



!io 
11 
11 



26^ 
60 

1^ 

3r 

71 
rise 
5'i 

581 
49 
27 
58 



n 
n 
n 
25I8 

SB 9 



morn. 

221 
45 

51 



a 



■i 

4I 

sets! 

301 

21 

► O 

) 3^, 



18S5 JULY, seventh monlhj 

farmer's calendar. 
The bloom has left the orchard now, 
And swelling fiuit« on every bough 

Repay the cul tor's care ; 
The birds, which late in thickets sung, 
Suspend thtir song to rear their young, 
And train them for the air. 



The celebrated Marshal said that ''attendance anc^ 
^fUtention would make any man a larmer," and he said 
it both from experience and observation, and it is ob- 
v^ious ihat without both these, no man can become a 
g-oof? fa rmer, and a poor farmer deserves not the name 
I )!' farmer. This month may well be called the labor- 
ious month for the farmer. But hay-making and har- 
^^esiing, which are his principal employments, are 
with all their toil and sweat, ati agreeable business. 
They call for the exercise of much muscular power, 
hut do not, I beseech you, Ihinkol' increasing the mus- 
cular power of your b< dies b}^ artificial stimulants. — 
Ardent spirits may increase their tenseness, but they 
will soon relax far below their natural state and will 
perhaps never again recover their wonted elasticity 
Good wholesome food ana pure cold water, used wit! 
{.iaution at this hot season, are the best preparative.* 
! "or enduring the heat and the toil of this season — 
iDrive your haying while the weather is fair, but do 
not be in so much of a hurry as to pack your hay into 
the mow half cured. Hay carried into the barn so 
•^reen or wet as to heat in the mow, loses a large sh'dj'c 
of its nutriment, and is at the same time rendered un- 
wholesome. On this subject, a little pains makes great 
gains ; while on the other hand a little neglect will 
produce the opposite effects. 



, Brimstone for cattle. It is probably not known to 
jmany of our farmers that brimstone is valuable lor 
icattle in keeping them free from ticks. These vermin 
|are not only filthy in their appearance but an injury to 
|the cattle^ A piece of brimstone as large as a grain 
rof corn, well [Uilveri^ed, given in a little salt, will 
cause the ni to drop otf. 



SI days, JULY, 

All nature now is teeming 
With joy and life and love ; 

The sun from high is beaming 
On every hill and grove. 



1835 



D First Quarter, Sd day, 9h 50m nitirning. 
OFull Moon, 10th day, Ih 46m morning. 
dLast Quarter, 17th day, 10h53m morning. 
^Ntw Moon, 25th dav. Oh 23m evening. 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, ScC. 



rises 



* 

sets 



S!Pllr&s. 



It 

i 

7 

8 

9 

10 

ill 

12 
\l\ 
14 
15 

A 
17 

lis] 

;20 

21; 
22 
''23 
24; 

'^\ 

28: 

29; 

30 
31 



©Aphelion. 

Visitation B. V. MarV. 
^ si'A.Fort Erie tak. 1813 
Indepeiideuce, 1776 
3d Sunday a f Trinity. 

©Perigee 

ifj ^ t] ]) runs low. De- 
[feat of Braddock, 1755 

4th Sunday af Trinitv. 

French Rev. com. 1789 

Flight of Mahomet, 62* 
* « (^Infl. rFa«s6. 1674 



D!5ih S af Trinity. ©Ap. 

2: 

3, Inquisition rc-estahlisheu 

4 [m Spain, 1814 

5 Gibralter tak 1704 D U 6 
6; D runs h Igh. Jo/m P. Cur- 
liSt. James, [ran b. 1750 

Doth Saf Trinity. 
2 y Stat 
3 
4 

5 fVm. Penn died, 17 IS 
6 



21 

22 
22 



22 7 
237 
237 
247 
247 
25'7 
25 7 
267 
267 
277 

23 7 
297 
307 
31 7 
32'7 
337 



34 

35 

36 

36 

37 

38 

39i7 

407 

42i7 

437 

447 

457 



39| 

38' 

38; 

38 

37 

37; 

36 

36, 

35 

351 

34! 

34 

33! 

32| 

31! 

30' 

29 1 

23 

27' 

26 

25 

24 

24 

23 

02 

21 

20 

18 

17 

16 

15 



3|Tr!?jll 30 
4|n|?jll 54. 
4 zi^'morn. 



--0 



20i 
44 
10 

42' 
25i 
16i 



6\cp 
6,T 
6 « 



6:8 

6; 8 



6'n 

6^n 

6'2S2 



D rise 



9 231 

9 57: 

10 23! 

10 47| 

11 8l 



28 

47 



morn. 





I 

I 



71 

321 

38 
22! 

6;2S'3 15i 
6,2o'l>sets| 
6,n'8 35! 
eao 7| 
errgO 32i 
6TT59 56| 
6'-^ 10 20i 
6'=^ 10 44- 



il835 A UGUST, eighth mont h^ 

earmer's calendar. 
The hill top's crowned with golden grain, 
A rich profusion fills each plain 

And all the regions round ; i 

What late was youn^ and in its prime, | 

To manhood brought by sun and time, I 

In full perfection 's found. 

I have already said that the prevailing evil of these, 
times is extravagance. I know that the old are all| 
ihe lime preaching from the same text, modern d€gen-\ 
eracyy whether the occasion requires it or not, but de-' 
ride the advice of our fathers as we will, the truth is! 
notwithstanding so plain that even the young may see 
it if they will, and the truth is that the present expen-j 
sive habits are the principal cause of the continued 
cry of hard times. This extravagance is not only the 
source of much domestic unhappiness, but is also the 
bane of public prosperity. And all this extravagance: 
is produced by an itching to be thought of conse-\ 
quenec. Our great ones must copy the foolish and ex •) 
travagant fashions of the Europeans; and our little 
ones must increase their consequence by raimickiBgi 
the great. Whether their means are sufficient to en-j 
able them to do it without embarrassing themselves' 
and their iamilies, forms no part of their calculations.! 
lA fine coat makes a gentleman, ergo, I must have a 
'fine coat whether I can pay for it or not. No money] 
now — but pay in grain next winter; it will cost only! 
twenty-five per cent, more than if I paid down — and| 
then I have such a long pay day. Who would dress; 
in homespun when broadcloth can be so easily got ?• 
And then you know that a man who dresses in h )me- 
spun is looked upon as mean and vulgar, while the 
man in a fine coat is thought to be a gentleman, even 
when he has neither brains in his head nor money in 
his pocket. So reason the world — and so practice. | 



Many men, who lack brains in a lamentable de- 
igree, are nevertheless twice m^de — once in Nature'* 
old fashion, and once — by their tailor. j 



hJu« i *|-ft , 



31 



^ 



AUGirST7 



1835J 



He who has faithful labor 'd 
Beneath the burning sun, 

In payment for his toiUng, 
Sees barrest well begun. 



P First Quarter, 1st day, 2h 59in evening. 
OFull Moon, 8th day, IC^ 48m morning. 
C Last Quarter, 16th day, 4h 24m morning. 
New Moon, 23d day, llh 31m evening. 
irst Quarter, 30th day, 8h 2m evening. 



k 
1 

o 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

0Sm 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 



* * 

rises sets 



PJ 



r &s. 



D 7th S after Trinitv. 



3 
4 
5 
6 
7 

D 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 

D 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 

D 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 

^ ? d 5 

D 2^ c^ Guerriere tak. '12 5 
®high5a«?e Miami, '94 5 
Virginia massacre, 1831 5 
*Jii5> 5 

lOth Sunday af Trinity. 5 
Battle of Bladenshurgh,\b 
[181415 
[Island, '76 5 
5 
5 



^Perigee 

Oruns low 

^ Gr. Elong. Battle of 

[Brownstoxon, 1812 

Geo. Canning died, 1827 
8th S. a f Trinity. }> ^ 6 

? Q 

Geo. IV. born, 1762 

Gen. Wolf killed, 1759 

[rZe of Bennington, 1777 
9thSafT.^per©ap5ar- 



? Perihel. ^oTr/e of Long 
^ Perigee 



•X- ^ <i sup. 



11th Sundays. 
rafTrinitv.'s 

BSSBBBBBBIBBBi 



46 


7 14 


47)7 13 


48 


7 12 


49 


7 11 


50 


7 10 


51 


7 9 


53 


7 7 


5a 


7 6 


55 


7 5 


56 


7 4 


57 


7 3 


58 


7 2 





7 


1 


6 59 


3 


6 57 


4 


8 56 


5 


6 55 


7 


6 53 


8 


6 52 


10 


6 50 


12 


6 48 


14 


6 46 


16 


5 44 


17 


6 43 


19 


8 41 


21 


6 39 


22 


6 38 


23 


6 37 


24 


6 36 


25 


6 35 


26' 


6 34 






n 10 

11 39:1 

morn 





1 
5^ 

»; 

7.^ 
risel 
2l| 
43 

4 
2lf 
41 

5 
3^ 

2i 
35 



3 2oo 

3 25:j 

3i2s;i 
3|a^3 

2:>n.'D 
2n]?7 



8 
8 
9 
9 
9 
10 
10 
11 
11 
morn.! 
15 



— !^ 

;^'9 

n'9 
RilO 

^ n 



4 
5^ 

S 
setj 
59| 
25i 
50 
16 

21; 

1 

54 



ws^ 



1835 SEPTE MBER, ninth month 

farmer's calendar. 
Then raise to God a grateful song ; 
To Him all praise and thanks belong, 

He rales the varied year; 
He gives the orb of day his fire, 
j He bids the winter's cold retire, 

I The lovely Spring appear. 

! One of the most odious species of bipeds with which 
iour country is at present infested, is that deiiominated 
go hetweens. They derive their name purely Iron 
their occupation, which is to carry to one neighbor 
jevery injurious observation which happens to drop 
jfrom the month of another. Such a being is the slan- 
derer's herald, and he is altogether more odious than 
|the slanderer himself. By his vile Officiousness he 
■makes that poison effectual which were otherwise in- 
sert-. Slander would lose its power to injure were it 
inot for the malice ofg-o hetweens, who under the mask 
of double friendship act the part of double traiUirs. 
, See that every thing is done in season. Many 
people by being inattentive to this maxim are grea'i 
■losers. They let the grain remain iri the field after ii 
|is ripe, till much of it is destroyed by vermin or falls 
|back into the eartli, and that which is finally saved ii^ 
•injured in quantity. A stitch in time may save ninej 
jin more kinds of business than one. 

This is a fine season of the year for journeying, but 
it is equally fine for labor. Get your work done up. 
jand then, if you have a little leisure and a little[money 
jleft, (after paying your debts,) why then there cannoi 
■surely be any harm in visiting your friends. But bu- 
\siness before friends is in general a very good maxim 
jAnd to pay honest debts before incurring unnecessar}' 
{expenses, is equally good. 

Fallen Fruits. It v\nll be consonant with the best 
rules of rural economy for every farmer, gardner and 
orchadist to gather all his fallen and decaying fruit, 
as well as such as being set too thick should be picked 
in part, in order to make room for t'.ie remainder. — 
■These you will boil with a little meal, oats, refuse grain 



1835. 



SEPTEMBER, 



30 day si ; 



The crops and fruits are ripening, 
The husbandman to cheer ; 

Then raise your hearts and praises 
To Him. ',yho crowns the year. 



OFull Moon, 6th day, lOh Om evening. 
D Last Quarter, 14lh day, lOh 53m evening. 
©New Moon, 22d day, 9h 35m morning. 
D First Quarter, 29th day, 2h 17m morning. 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &.C. 



rises 



* 

sets 



F|F1 



r & s. 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
113 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30| 



^\Giles (J runs low 

4^ Great Fire in London, 
5| [1666 

^\Boxer taken, 1813 [1774 
7; & >i^ d 1«^ Cong, at Phil. 
Djl2th Sunday afTrinilv 



2' 



SjNativitv of B. V. Ma- 
4] ' [ry 

&^Battle Lake Erie, 1813 
6 Bat. oj Plattsburgh, 1814 
I 7, [of Quebec, 1759 

,D;i3ihS afT. %dp Battk 

3, D runs higli 
^' James 11 died, 1701 ^ 2^ (^ 
5l 
6| 

?, ^ Q Bat. of Stillwater '77 

Dj4th S a f Trinity. Carrol 

21 {horn, 1737 

4|x\utumn begins, j^cent^ii: 
^j D ? ^ d ^Perigee 
6 Arnold deserted, 1 780 
7 

15th Sunday af Trinity. 

#run3 low 
3| ^ Aphelion 
4; For/cioteri invested, 1 781 



27 

23 

29 

31 

32 

33 

35 

37 

38 

40 

41 

43 16 

45|6 

47 6 



33j 

32 1 
311 1 
29 1 
28' 1 
27, 2 
25 2 
23 2 
22 3 
20 ' 3 
19 3 
17 



48 
49 
50 
52 

54 !6 
556 
5716 

59 6 
06 

15 
3|5 
45 



€ 

7 

9 

10 



4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 
6 
6 
6 
7 
7 
7 

59| 8 
57i 8 
56, 8 
54 9 
53 9 
51, ' 9 
5010 



15 

13 

12 

11 

10 
c 

6 
5' 
3 



morn. 
56i 
2 1 

|3 18| 
4 301 
D rise 
7 11 



29! 

^1 

iSj 

35 

8 59| 

9 26 

10 61 
10 51 
!1 47 
norn 
3 45 
t 50 
3 

i 15 
D set. 
3 
7 
7 



Of 



50 
16 
45 
8 15 

8 bi 

9 4r 

10 41 

11 53f 



r^ 



^ yt y a m immmgmfmmifa^ 



1835 OCTOBER. tenth month 



farmer's calendar. 
He rules the elemental strife — 
He bids all nature teem with life- 
Bids summer suns arise— • 
Matures the products of the soil- 
Repays the cultor for his toil, 
And every want supplies. 



The energies of nature in the vegetable world are 
beginning visibly to abate. The flowers have nearly 
ill vanished from the fields and meadows; the green 
carpet which lately maniled the earth and covered ali 
the forests, is lading by the frosts of the evening and 
the chilling blasts Irom the north. The forest now 
low variegated 1 Where late all was green and cheer- 
ful now is seen the pallid yellow and the sickly red. 
Crisped by the frost and displaced by the bleak winds, 
fhe leaves are already beginninof to spread a rustling 
carpet upon the gro'und. What an emblem this of 
the li-aii existence of man. We rise in the spring, o 
life, full of energy and vigor, and pass those halcyon 
days in gaiety and pleasure. The summer of man- 
hood succeeds, and then our attention is engaged in 
the laborious occupations ar.d duties of life. Soon the 
autumn, the decline of life, follows, with iU solemnity 
and decay, and then the winter of death comes on and 
closes the scene. Let us take a lesson from the sea- 
sons, and let it have an influence upon our hearts and 
'ives. Let us realize that although life at longest is 
but a varied year, yet we are not only liable to be cut 
down in the winter or autumn of this year, but also 
in the summer, yea in the very spring. Live then in 
the performance of every duly and all else is immate- 
rial. 



or other farinacious substance. The fruit will be the) 
more valuable as diet for hogs for having been boiled, 
and the worms (curculiones) which it generally con- 
tains when fallen or decayed, are thus sure to be de- 
stroyed. 



Gather seeds from the best specimens of the plants, 



jSl days, OCTOBEF 


ES 

lir 




^ssa 




as"?" 


18351 




The winds again are sig 


gi I 


The waning of the year- 


i 


] And vegetation dying, 


i 


! Pioclaims the winter near. || 


j Ol^'u.l Moon, 6rli day, Oh lOm < 


evening. j 


1 d Last Quarter, 14ih day, 5h 2 


m evening. 


1 ^New Moon, 21st day, 7h 26ni evening. | 


j I> First Quarter, 28th day, lOh 55m morning. | 






CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &.C. 


* 

rises 


* 

sets 


FPI 


r & S.I 


\'J 


5| ■ 6 


12 


5 48 If 


ac'morn.j 


1 2 

1 


6 Major Andre hanged, '80 6 


14 


5 46 11 


CXl 9, 


3 


7 [tie of Gerinantoxon, '77 6 


16 


5 44 11 


X:2 .'9. 


4 


D I6lh SafT.* ? 6 s^5rt^ 6 


17 


5 43 11 


K3 301 


5 


2 General Procter defeated, 6 


19 


5 41 11 


X4 39; 


6 


3 [18136 


20 


5 40' 12 


np D rise! 


7 


4 


6 


22 


5 38' 12 


nP6 I7i 


8 


5!*2/n 


6 


23 


5 37 12 


bl6 38; 


9 


^iBattle of Savannah, 1774 


6 


25 


5 35:12 


«6 59. 


tlO 71 ^Apogee 


6 


26 


5 34il3 


« 7 26' 


111 D 17th Sunday a f Trinity. 


6 


27 


5 33 13 


n8 2 


Il2 2j battle, 1812 


6 


29 


5 31 13 


n 8 43; 


lis 3 5 runs hiirh. Queenstown 


6 


30 


5 3013 


25 9 32 


114 4 Wm. Penn born, 1644 


6 


32 5 23il4 


25 10 30 


15 5 




6 


34 


5 26il4 


25 1 1 33; 


16 6 


y Gr. El. [dered^ 1777 


6 


36 


5 24 


14 


ri morn.j 


;i7 7 


sic 181 3]^urgoj/ne surren- 


6 


37 


5 23 


14 


^0 43; 


18 D 


18th S afT. Battle Leip- 


6 


39 


5 21 


15 


r\Jll 52! 


19 2\CormvcUlis tak '81 * »? d 


6 


40 


5 20 


15 


nj23 3: 


120 3 




6 


42 


5 18 


15 


^4 17; 


^1 4 


Battle of Trafalgar, 1805 


6 


43 


5 17 


15 


5!^ D set.! 


i22 ^i^Vens^e. Battle of Red 


6 


45 


5 15 


1511115 38: 


23 


6| [jBan^-, 1777 


6 


46 


5 14 


16Tn.6 HI 


24 


7| [donian taken, 1812 


6 


47 


5 13 


16^6 5i' 


25 


Djigth S af Trin. Mace- 


6 


49 


5 11116 ;f 7 42 


^26 


2' ©runs low. 


6 


50 


5 1016'v5*8 41; 


F 


3 ^ Sta. 


6 


51 


5 9 16V5»9 45 


j_ 


4 St. Simon and St. Jude 


6 


52 


5 8 16'ccclO 58 


[29 


5 Sir Walter Raleigh be- 


6 


54l5 6 16,ax.niorn.j| 


30 


6 


y ^ c^ [headed, 1618 


6 


56 


5 4 16'cccO 111 


1311 7 


Fr. 4- ^m. League, 178816 


57 


5 3 16iX 1 23| 



1835 NOVEMBER, eleventh month 



Whate'er in sea — v^ liate'er in air — 
Whatfc'cr on earth his bounties share, 

Or lite or being knows, 
All that is good — aU that is wise — 
All excellence beneath the skiea^ 

His liberal hand bestows. 



Farmers as well as poets ought to be classed in the 
i^enus irritable. There is no season so fine, no croj) 
>o abundant, but that the farmer can find some rooni 
for a grumble. A s ibbtantial yeoman was lately C(-n 
gratulated upon the excellence of the late harvest and 
upon the abundant reason which he and his brethren 
had to be grateful : "I don't, know that," says he ;| 
"what be we to do for bad hay for our cows and small 
corn for our hog.-,,?" Smile not, gentle reader, at this] 
farmer's simplicity, but look at the cause ofyour own! 
complaining, and you will find it in many" cases as 
groundless and mconsistent as the above. A mote inj 
thy neighbor's eye is bigger than a l*eam in thine own; 
eye. Look ratlier to the blessings bestowed than to' 
the favours withheld. Thy life has been preserved 
and thou art receiving innumerable favors, to which 
thou hast no better claim than thousands, who have,i 
during the past year, died and been cut of^' from all 
Ithe enjoyments of the present world. Tfien lift j^our 
'hearts in gratitude to Him, from whose bountiful hand 
you derive all your comforts and supplies, and througli 
whose forbearance it is, that your lives are still spared., 
:If gratitude is due from man to man, how much more! 
from man to his Maker! 

Winter is on his approach. Beware he does not 
come upon j-ou by surprise, lest ye find yourselves[ 
caught in an evil net. 

j Who that has ever felt the refreshing eltects of the 
morning air can wonder at the lassitude and disease 
that follow the continual breathing of the pestiferous 
jatmosphere of crowded or ill ventilated apartments? 
It is only necessary to observe the countenances of; 
those who inhabit close rooms and houses, to be sensi 
ble of the bad effects of shutting out the external air. j 



50 Hays 



November/ 



1855' 



The narvest now is gathered, 
The fruits laid up in store ; 

The leaves are seared and withered, 
And winter comes once mtjre. 



O^'u'l Moon, 5th day, 5h 25m morninoj. 
Q Last Quarter, i8th day,.9h 37m morning. 
ONew Moon, 20th day, 5h 39m raorrinsr. 
D First Quarter, 26th day, l.Oh 55m eyeDinfr. 

CALEI^DAR, ASPECTS, ""» ' ^ ^ 



&c. 



rises 



seis 



4:1®! ® 
FiPiir & 



20th 3 ai:Tr'w. All Saints 6 

17 
2^ Stat. [7 

^ $ <i Defeat of St, Clair\7 
[1791 1? 



Ji^Stat. 

* ^ ci Inf. Transit. 
D:2l3t S afTrinity. ©Ap. 
2 Montreal taken, 1775 
3 
4 



D runs high 
^ Peri. 



5 
6 

7 

D 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 
iU 
I 2 

! 

5 
6 

7 
D 

2'>S:. Jindrexc. 



22d Sunday af Trinity. 
^ Stat.Fort Washington 
[taken, i77G 
Forf Lee abandoned, 1776 

:^cecl. 
©Per. 

23d Sunday af Trinity. 
^ runs low 

J^ew- York evacuated, 'i 



Advent Sunday. 



5315 
0'5 

14 
2i4 
S|4 
54 
G 



216X2 

oiiei^s 



7 

9 

10 

II 

13 
14 
15 

16 

IS 

19 

20 

21 

2 '2 

23i 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

2S 

29 

SO 

SI 



59iI6iT 

58;i6!« 
57|i6j '6 
55|16|« 

54|l6|n 

ss'iein 






51116, 2S7 

50'16'S3 



rise 

2'il 

4 

4i 
97i 

2=1' 

4916259 20 
4716 n 10 24' 
46^15^11 33| 
45;15 TT^ morn J 
44:i5rfl^0 42^ 
42I5Tr^l 5 if 
4l|l5-=3 7 
40il5^4 22i 
S9Jl4Tri5 42' 
38iI4Tlt,5s*^td 



14 $ j5 
14 ^|6 



4 SSISvj'J 



34 
S3 
32 

qo 



3r 



1 3 vo S 



IS- 
12X 
12 K 
30lll,T 

29J1J|T' 



23; 

23 

3f 

AA 

57 

12 



"T 



tBBmet^taiaaBMam, 



norn. 

20jS 

1 251 

2 26j 



1835 DECEMBER, twelfth raontl 



farmer's calendar. 
O thea to ifrm, who reigns on high, 
Above the circuit of the sky, 

And guides the shining sphere, — 
To Him let grateful songs arise — 
Of Him invoke indulgent skies — 

His blessings on each year. 



How is it with those who have been putting of, 
jund putting off the business of the day and saying 
that it can as well be done to-morrow? These havel 
entirely overlooked Poor Richard's maxim, that "onei 
to-day is worth two to-morrows ;" and before thej 
year clo^^es ihey will acknowledge that time enough is 
t\me short enough. The most diligent will have ac- 
complished less than they intended, before the year 
.?liall have filled her course, and the do for the presents 
the time enough yet folks, ah! how is it with them? 
Why, they have resolved and re-resolved, but have 
tiardly begun what should now be ended. But it is 
useless now to brood in bitter lamentations over the 
past. Opportunities lost, duties neglected, can never, 
be recalled. Exercise, then, that repeniaace iov your, 
past follies, which shall make you in season to enter 
upon every good work for the future. The yearj 
which is now closing, has goxiQ never to return, an<J 
you are entering upoii another which has kl& appro-[ 
priate business and duties. This too wiU glide awayj 
IS swiftly as the past. Let me admonish you then tJ 
close this year, with a full determination, that ifanoth-l 
erbe added to your lives, it shall be spent more totheij 
fflorv of God — to the go3d of your lellow beings andn 
to the advancement of your own virtue and hoHness.rj 
Going forward in such a resolution, with a properji 
feeling of your dependence upon the blessing of God \ 
will prepare you, according to His will, either fori 
earth or heaven. I 



Pride breakfasted with plenty, dined with poverty ,lj 
and supped with infamv-i | 

Pride is asj loud a beggar as want, and a great dealii 
more saucy. ;i 



days 



decemberT 



18S5 



So like the changing season, 
The life of man is run. 

Obey the voice of reason— f 
The path of folly shun. 



OFull Moon, 5th day. Oh 45rn morning. 

CLast Quarter, 12th day, 1 Ih 55m evening. 
ON'ew Moon, l9th day, 4h 23m evening. 

D First Quarter, 26th day, 2h 43m evening. 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 



rises' 



sets 



FlPI 



T & F. 



3 i7 32 4 28irr;T'13 28! 

4 I? 33 4 27 

5 [h. 1585 7 34 
6#Apo. Rev, John Cotton 7 35 
liRobert Harley boi-n, 1661 7 36 

D2d Sunday in Advent. -7 36 
mQ }>''M.6 17 37 

3 ©runs high i7 37 



4]John Milton h(yrn, 1608 |7 38 
^Fort George bloiim up,'7 33 

6 [1813,7 38 

7 Tdied, 1784 7 38 
D.Sd S in Adv. Dr. Johnson! 39 

^Washington died, 1799 |7 39 
3| [Bostoii, 1773 7 39 

4 y g Tea destroyed at. 7 39 
o Embargo, 1813 ? Aph|7 40 
6 ©Perigee |7 40 

7\Fort JYiagara taken, 181 3^7 40 
Dj4ih S in Ad. @runs lovVj7 40 
21 |7 40 

3\W\nieT:]^enyS' Landing at\7 40 
4 D >^ d [Plymouth, 1620i7 40 



Christmas day. 

St. Stephen. ^ Aph. 

1st Sunday af Christmas. 



©Apogee. 



40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
39 
391 
39' 



26 
25 
24 
24 
23 
23 
22 
22 
22 
22 
21 
21 
21 
21 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 

20: 

20! 

20 

20 

20 

20 

20 

21 

21 

21 



lOji^k 32 

10, « 5 33 

i0|n!6 s^ 
9;n|j)rise 



9 n ;5 

8 22 6 



8 2S,7 



7^8 

7^9 

6 a 10 

6ltJ 

^M 
5^ 



22 

I 

1^1 
17 

24 

29 

n 39 

morn. 
49; 



4lTi 

3;tti 

3'^ 
2 f 
2v5> 
1 V5> 

OX 
1 cy) 

1 <^ 

2 ^o 
2,8 

3 8 
3!n(4 





141 
33, 

15 56 

T> set. I 

16 



6 

7 

8 

10 

II 



36; 

16 

morn, 
k) 22i 



24] 
26|, 

271 
281 



28 " 

MEMORANDUM FOR JANUARY. 



1 
2 
S 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
1$ 

le 

[17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
122 
123 

i25 

^S 
j27 

28 

.29 

30 

31 



MEMORANDUM FOR FEBRUARY. 



Mtt 



^v^-,.,..^,^.... 



MEMC/RANDUM FOR MARCH"; 



-1. 




j n 1. ..L i i ji .1 .ju.i. ieei 
31 



MEMORANDUM FOR APRIL. 



t. 



32 



MEMORANDUM FOR MAY. 




33 



MEMORANDUM FOR JUNE. 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 

112 
113 
14 
•15 
il6 
17 
118 
119 
,20 
21 
j22 
23 
124 
25 
l26 
I27 
;28 
j29 
30 



:^ ^^^-Lc^-^- 



/ , 



t4^vJ ,/0/ 



34 

MEMORANDUM FOR JULY. 

1 
2 
5 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

;io 
Hi 

13- 

15i 

16: 

171 

19i 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

27 
28 
^9 
80 
SI 



35 



MEMORANDUM FOR AUGUST, 



II 



3* 

I4| 

5; 
6 

7 

8 

ill « 

113' 
\U 
115 1 

ii6 

!l7, 
jl8 
119 

i20| 
i21| 
;22 
23' 
124' 
!25' 
126! 
i27| 
!28' 
129! 
,^0 
131 



36 



MEMORANDUM FOR SEPTEMBER. 

ir ~ 






4 

5 



7 
8 

ilO 
11 
12 

lia 
J^ 

15i 
16 

117 
118 
'l& 

!!2i 

m 

23 

'24 
25 
20 
'27 
'28 
29 
'30 



37 

"MEMORANDUM FOR OCTOBER. 

1 ' • 

5 

6 

7 

8i 

9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
!l7 
18 

20 
21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

261 

27! 

28' 

29 

^30j 

^31! 



38 H 


MEMORANDUM FOR NOVEMBER. | 


1 


«■■<•'- ::-i? i f,^^-/, J-*^ ^ i^-^ ' i^^-Ci 


2 


i 


1 3 


_ 


i 4 




; 5 




6 




; 7 


. 


8 


• 1 


9 




110 




11 


' 


12 


- 


lis 


■ 


:14 




il5 




:I6 




• 17 


• 


:i8 

•19 


^^i-i^/^^^ 


20 


1? _ 


2\ 


■ 


^2- 


' 


:2S' 




?25 ( -.^■■' ^^ ■ -- -'^ ' 


l26- ' i 


i27 


) 


!28 


129: 11 


130 


1 



39 

MEMORANDUM FOR DECEMBER. 

T " " 

2 

3 '.- . 
4 
5 
6 

jlO 

ill 

I:i2 

14| 

to' 

23 

l24! 
l25' 

i27| 
128 
)29' 
130 
1 



% 



fi- 



'^•l-'^ TTn MMrifeaa? 



40 

From the New York Farmer. 

USE OF GROUND CORN AND COBS. 

BY^R. OGDEN. 

I have been for some time using corn and cobs ground! 
together for my cattle, and with good effect. It is an im 
prcssion among farmers that there are some injurious ef- 
fects arising from its use. I will state how they may be 
avoided. In the first place, the corn should be perfectly 
ripe. In the second, a large quantity should not be 
ground at a time. It should be kept perfectly dry, fora lit-; 
tic damp causes the cob to mould. In the third, when this) 
food isused constantly, potatoes or carrots should be giv- 
en two or three times a week. With these precautions,! 
the cob and corn ground together, will be a wholesomei 
and cheap food for cattle. I give my horses eight quarts 
per day, and notwithstanding they labor hard, they gain 
in flesh and perform well. 

I grind my corn and cobs in the bone mill, which will 
turn out many bushels in the course of an hour. 



He that hath a trade hath an estate ; and he that hath a 
calling hath a place of profit and honor. A ploughman 
on his legs is higher than a gentleman on his knees. 



THE MOON AND THE WEATHER. 
We are among those who believe that the atmosphere, 
if not under the immediate influence of our beautiful and 
ever-changing satellite, has changes which correspond to 
certain positions of that planet. And, since it has beeni 
demonstrated that the moon acts upon the ocean in such' 
a manner as to cause its rise and fall at regular and cer 
tain periods, why should it be thoughts© very old-woman-j 
ish to suppose that a similar power may act upon theaeriali 
fluid ? At any rate we are glad to find that so learned andi 
scientific a man as the late Adam Clarke was not ashamed 
to indulge similar notions, as the following extract from 
his writings will testify. 

From my earliest childhood, I was bred up on a little 
jfarm, which I was taught to care for and cultivate ever 
jsince I was able to spring the rattle, use the whip, manage 
[the sickle or handle the spade ; and as I found that much! 
of our success depended on a proper knowledge and man-! 
agement ol the weather, I was led to study it ever since l[ 



■ il l I ■ ■ . ' . I'-f— t ^^ Wi 

^_ 11 

was eight years of age. 1 believe meteorology is a natural 
science, and one of the first that is studied ; and that evcryj 
child in the country nriakes, untaught, some progress in it; 
at least, so it was with me. I had actually learned, by si- 
lent observation, to form good conjectures concerning the! 
icoming weather, an'd, on thi^ head, to teach wisdom among; 
those who were perfect, especially among such as had not 
been obliged, like me, to watch earnestly, that what was 
ISO necessary to the family support should not be spoiled by 
the weather before it was housed. Many a time, even in 
'tender youth, have [ watched the heavens with anxiety, ex- 
amined the different appearances of the morning and eve4 
ning sun, the phases of the moon, the scintillation of the 
'stars, the course and color of the clouds, the flight of the 
crow and the swallow, the gambols of the colt, the flutter 
mg of the ducks, and the loud screams of the seamew — 
not forgetting the hue and croaking of the frog. From the 
little knowledge I had derived from close observation, I of- 
ten ventiired to direct our agricultural operations in refer- 
ence to the coining days, and was seldom much mistaken! 
in my reckoning. 

About twenty years ago, a Table, purporting to be the| 
Work of the late Dr. Herschel, was variously published^ 
professing to form prognostics of the weather, by thetimesi 
of change, full and quarters of the moon. I have careful 
ly consulted this table for several years, and was amazed! 
at its general accuracy : — fof though long, as you have 
seen, engaged in the study of the weather, I never thought 
Ihat any rules could be devised liable to so few exceptions 
I have made little alteration in the arrangements, illustra- 
ted it with further observations, dnd have sent it that you 
may insert it, as it has hitherto been confined generally t 
a few almanacs. 

A TABLE. 

For foretelling the Wealher through all the Lunations o 

each Year forever. 

This table and the accompanying remarks arc the result' 
of many years actual observation ; the whole being con- 
structed on a due consideration of the attraction of thei 
sun and moon, in their several positions respecting th^ 
earth ; and will, by simple inspection, show the obser- 
ver what kind of weather will most probably follow the! 
i«nterance of the moon into any of its quarters, and that s&^ 
near the truth a s to be s eldom or never found to fail. 



J 



42 



'. ■ ' ! 1 * , ' 



gWHfel 



If the new moon, the first quarter, the full 
jiioon, or the last quarter happens 



5" <^ 



2. 

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Observations. 1. The nearest the time of the Moon's 

Change, First Cluarter, Full and Last Gluarter, are to micZ-i 
night, the fairer will the weather be during the seven days: 
jfoUowing. { 

I 2. The space for this calculation occupies from ten at| 
inight till two next morning. 

i 3. The nearer to JVltdrfat/ or A'oo7i, the phases of thej 
JMoon happen, the more foul or wet weather may be ex-=; 
pected during the next seven days. I 

4. The space far this calculation occupies from ten inj 
the forenoon to two in the afternoon. These observations' 
refer principally to the Summer, though they affect Spring- 
and Autumn nearly in the same ratio. 1 

5. The Moon's change,— First auarter,— Full,— andt 
Last Cluarter, happening during six of the afternoon hours, 
i. e. from four to ten, may be followed by fair weather ; butj 
this is mostly dependent on the loind, as is noted in the 
table. 

6. Though the weather, from a variety of irregular cau 
ses, is more uncertain in the latter part of Autumn, the| 
whole of Winter, and the beginning of Spring ; yet, in the 
main, the above observations will apply to those periods 
also. I 

7. To prognosticate correctly especially in those cases! 
where the wind is concerned, the observer should be with- 
in sight of a good vane, where the four cardinal points of} 
jthe heavens are correctly placed. "With this precaution he 
will scarcely ever be deceived in depending on the table. 

THE UNION. 

Maine. Andrew P. Dunlap, Governor, elected by th 
jpeople, term one year, salary 1,500; no. of Senators 25,i 
term one year; Representatives 186, term one year, tofalj 
senators and representatives 211 ; pay per day, $2, Elect-! 
ors of President by general ticket; seat of government at 
Augusta; election 2d Monday in Sept. meeting of Legis-i 
lature, 1st Wednesday in Jan. ' I 

Newhampshire. Wm. Badger, Governor, by thei 
jpeople, term one year, salary 1,200; no. of Senators 12,i 
term one year; Representatives 230, t^rm one yfear, totali 
senators and representatives 242, pay per day $2,00 ; Elec-{ 
tors of President, by general ticket; seat of governmentj 
at Concord ; election 2d Tuesday in March ; meeting Le-| 
gislature 1st Wednesday in June. [ 



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Vermont. W. A. Palmer, Gov. by the people, term 1 
year, sal. $750 ; Councillors 12, Representatives 220 to 30, 
term of both 1 year ; total councillors & reps. 232 to 42, pay 
per day $1,50; Electors of President, oy general ticket; 
seat of government at Montpelier; election Jst Tuesday 
in Sept. ; meeting of Legislature 2d Thursday in October 
Massachusetts. John Davis, Governor, elected by 
the people, term one year, salary $3,666 2-3 ; Senators 40, 
term one year; Representatives 479, variable ; total sena- 
tors and representatives 519, pay per day $2,00 ; Electors 
of President, by general ticket; seat of government at 
Doston ; election 2d Monday in November, meeting Le- 
gislature, 1st Wednesday in January. 

Rhodeisland: John B. Francis, Governor, elected 
by the people, term one year, salary $400 ; Senators 10, 
term one year ; Representatives 72, term 6 mo. total sena- 
tors and representatives 82, pay per day $1,50; Electors 
of President by general ticket; seat of governmnt at 
Providence, Newport, &c,; elections, governor and sena 
tors in April, representatites in April and August; meet 
ing Legislature i St Wednesday in May and June, last 
Wednesday Oct. and in January. 

Connecticut. Samuel Foote, Governor, elected by 
the people, term one year, salary $1,100; Senators 21, 
term one year; Representatives 208, term one year; total 
senators and representatives 229, pay per day, senators 
^$2,00, Representatives $1,50; Electors of President, by 
jgeneral ticket; seat of government at Hartford and New 
Haven ; election 1st Mo nday in April ; meeting Legisia 
ture, 1st Wednesday in May. 

j New York. Wm. L. Marcy, Governor, elected by 
khe people, terra two years, salary $4,000; Senators 32, 
jterm four years ; Representatives 128, term one year; to- 
tal senators and representatives 160, pay per day $3,00; 
Electors of President, by general ticket ; seat of govern- 
ment at Albany ; election in October or November; meet- 
ing Legislature, 1st Tuesday in January. 

New Jerset. Peter D. Vroom, Governor, elected 
by the Legislature, term one year, salary $2,000 ; Sena- 
tors 14, term one year ; Representatives 50, term one 
year, total senators and representatives 64, pay per day 
$3,00; Electors of President by general ticket; seat of 
government at Trenton ; election 2d Tuesday in October ; 
meeting of Legislature, 4th Tuesday in October. 



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Pennsylvania. George Wolf, Governor, elected by 
the people, term three years, salary $4,000; Senators 33, 
term four years; Representatives 100, term one year, to- 
tal senators and representatives 133, pay per day $3,00; 
Electors of President by general ticket; seat of govern- 
ment at Harrisburg; Election 2d Tuesday in October; 
meeting Legislature, 1st Tuesday in December. 

Delaware. David Hazzard, Governor, elected by the 
people, term three years, salary $1,333 1-3 ; Senators 9, 
term foul- years ; Representatives 21, term one year ; total 
senators and representatives 30, pay per day $2,50 ; Elec- 
tors of President by Legislature ; seat of government, Do- 
ver; election 1st Tuesday in October; meeting Legisla- 
ture 1st Tuesday in January bienn. 

Maryland. G. Hayward, Governor, elected by the 
Legislature, term one year, salary $3,500; Senators 15, 
term five years ; Representatives 80, term one year ; total 
senators and representatives 95, pay per day $4 ; Elect- 
ors of President by districts ; seat of government Annap- 
olis ; election 1st Monday in October; meeting Legisla- 
ture last Monday in December. 

Virginia. L.W.Tazewellj.Goyernor, elected by IheLe- 
gislature, term three years, salary $3,333 1-3; Senators 32, 
term four years; Representatives 134, tejm one year; to- 
tal senators and representatives 166, pay per day $4; 
Electors of President by general tickei ; seat of govern- 
ment Richmond ; election in the month of April ; meet 
ng Legislature 1st Monday in December. 

NoRxp Carolina. David L. Swain, Governor, elec 
ited by the Legislature, term j)ne year, salaiy $2000; Sena 
tors 64, term one year; Representatives 134, term one 
year; total senators and representatives 198, pay per day 
$3; Plectorsof President by general ticket; seat of gov 
ernment Raleigh ; election commonly in August ; meeting 
of Legislature 2d Monday in November. 

South Carolina. Robert Y. Hayne, Governor, elec- 
ted by the Legislature, term two years, salary $3,500; 
Senators 45, term four years ; Representatives 124, term 
(two years; total senators and representatives 169, pay per 
ay $4 ; Electors of President by Legislature ; seat of 
government Columbia ; election 2d Monday in October ; 

eeting Legislature 4th Monday in November. 

Georgia. "Wilson Lumpkin, Governor, elected by the 

Eeople, term two years salary $3000 ; Senators 78, term] 
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one year ; Representatives 1S5, term one year ; totaisen 
atora and Representatives 263, pay per day $4 ; Elector, 
of President by general ticket ; seat of government Mil- 
ledgeville^ election 1st Monday in October]} meeting Leg- 
islature first Monday in November. 

Alabama. John Gjayle, Governor, elected by the peo- 
ple, term two years, salary $2,000 ; Senators 22, term 
three years ; Representatives 72, term one year ; total 
senators and Representatives 94, pay per day $4; Electors 
of President by general ticket- seat of government Tus- 
caloosa; election 1st Monday in August J meeting Legis- 
lature 4th Monday in October. 

Mississippi. Abraham M. Scott, Governor, elected byl 
ihe people, terra two years, salary $2500; Senators 11, 
term three years ; Representatives 36, term one year ; to-| 
Lai senators and representatives 47, pay per day $3 ; Elec-j 
tors of President by general ticket; seat of governmenlj 
jJackson ; election 1st Monday in August ; meeting Le- 
Igislature 1st Monday in November. 

Louisiana. E. D. White, Governor, elected by the 
people, terra four years, salary $4500 ; Senators 17, tern; 
•bur years ; Representatives 50, term two years ; total 
senators sind representatives 67, pay per day $4 ; Electors 
of President by the Legislature ; seat of government New 
Orleans; election 1st Monday in July; meeting Legisla- 
ture 1st Monday in January. ^ 

Tennessee. William Carroll, Governor, elected by 
the people, term two years, salary $2000; Senators 20, 
jterra two years ; Representatives 60, term two years ; to- 
tal senators and representatives, 80, pay per day $4 ; E- 
lectors of President by general ticket ; seat of goyernmeni 
N'asliville ; eleclion 1st Thursday in August: meetint 
Legislature 3d Monday in September, hienniallv. 

Kentucky. r-rMorehead, acting Goveri^or, elec- 

Ited by the people, term four years, salary $2000 ; .Senators] 
J38, term four years; Representatives 100, term oneyear:! 
itotal senators and rep.esentatis.'es 138, pay per day $2 ;[ 
jSlectoi 3 of President by general ticket; seat of govern-i 
inent Ffankfort ; election 1st Monday in August; meet-j 
ing Legislature 1st Monday in November. 1 

Ohio. Robert Lucas, Governor, elected by the people,! 
term two years, salary $1200; Senators 38, term two 
lyears ; Pccpresentatives 72, term one year ; total senators! 
jand representatives 108, pay per day $3 : Electors ofPre-1 



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sidcnt by general tukel ; seat of government Columbus ;} 
election 2d Tuesday in October; meeting Legislature Ist 
jMoaday in December. 1 

Indiana. Noah Noble, Governor, elected by the peo-| 
pie, term three years ; salary $1,000; Senators 30^ term; 
three years; Representatives 62, term one year ; total sen- 
ators and Representatives 92, pay per day $2 ; Electors ofj 
'President by general ticket ; seat of government Indian-^ 
apolis; election 1st Monday in August ; meeting LegisJ 
lature 1st Monday in December, j 

Illinois. John Reynolds, Governor, elected by thq 
people, term four years, salary $1000 ; Senators 2G, term! 
four years ; Representatives 55, term two years, total sen-j 
ators and representatives 71, pay per day $3 ; Electors of 
President by general ticket ; seat of government at Van* 
dalia ; election 1st Monday in August ; meeting Legisla- 
ture 1st Monday in December, bienn. 

Missouri. John Miller, Govornor, elected by the peo-f 
pie, term four years, salary $1,500; Senators 18, ternj 
four years ; Representatives 49, term two years ; total 
(Senators and representatives 67 ; pay per day $3 ; Elect! 
ors of President, by general ticket ; seat ct government.; 
Jefferson City; election Ist Monday in August; meeting! 
Leydature, 1st Monday in November. i 

TERRITORIES. j 

Florida. Jolm H. Eaton, Governor, appointed 1834.1 
term eKpire;E 1837. I 

Michigan. Ma«on, acting Governor. ! 

Arkansas. John Pope, Governor, appointed Februa-! 

ry 1832, term expires February 1835. } 

j Remarks — The Governors of Territories are appointedj 

'jby the President of the United State? with the consent oil 

.the Senate, for the term of three years. I 

In all the states except New Jersey, Maryland, Virgin-' 
|ia, North Carolina, and South Carolina, the Governor i.-j 
ivoted for by the people ; and if no one has a majority oi] 
jail the votes, in the s-tates in which such a majority is re- 
quired, the legislature elects to the office of Governor omi 
iof the candidates voted for by the people. In the state oi 
Louisiana, the people give their votes, and the legislature 
'elects one of the two candidates who have the greatesii 
Inumber of votes. 



United States' Census 
XWr 1700, 1800 , 1810, 1820, 1830. 



Maine, 
Mass. 
IN.H. 
Vermont, 
R. Island, 
Conn. 
New- York, 
I New- Jersey, 
Penn. 
Delaware, 
Maryland, 
Virginia, 
Kentucky, 
N. Carolina, 
S. Carolina, 
Georgia, 
^Tennessee, 
,W. Ten 
jN. W. Ter. 
Mississippi, 
[ndiana, 
jDis. Columb 
Ohio, 
Orl.^Ter. 
I Louisiana, 
I Illinois, 
Michigan, 
Alabama, 
Missouri, 
Ark. Ter. 
Florida, 



I 1790 1 


1800 1 


96540 


151719 


341885 


422845 


105539 


183858 


88825 


154465 


67946 


09122 


23002C 


251002 


340 13£ 


586050 


184373 


211149 


434094 


602548 


59728 


64273 


31971C 


349692 


747077 


886149 


7360G 


220959 


393751 


478103 


240073 


345591 


82548 


162686 




105602 


36691 






45365 




8850 




5641 




14093 



1810 

228705 

472015 

214400 

217819 

78931 
261942 
959049 
245562 
810090 

72674 
380546 
974622 
406511 
555500 
415115 
252433 
261727 



40352 
24520 
24023 
230769 
76556 
20845 
12282 
4762 



Total. 39214361531 976217230903 



1820 
292335f 
523387 
244161 
235764 
83059 
275248 

1372812 
277575 

1049454 

72749 

407350 

1065369 
564317 
638829 
502741 
340989 
422613 



75448 

147178 

33039 

581434 

153405 

55211 

8896 

127S01 
e6586 
14246 



9837999 



1830 
399462 
610100 
269535 
280665 
97210 
297711 

1923522 
320779 

1330638 

76739 

446913 

1213514 
720600 
738470 
560000 
518337 
684822 



110000 
341582 

98587 
937679 

215575 

161055 

31128 

309206 

137427 

30380 

34725 



12836426 



RECAPITULA 


TJON. 
1830. 




1820. 1 


Increase. 


Eastern States, 


1659854 


1954082 


297828 


Middle States, 


3197744 


4108959 


929015 


Southern States, 


3327494 


43302a0 


1002796 


Western States, 


1414726 


2263107 


848381 


Territories, 


56181 


136611 


60430 


Total, 


9637939 


12793649 


3155450 



EPITOME CF THE WHOLE POPULATION, 1830.! 
Free White Persons 



Uniler 5 years of age. 
Of 5 and under 10, 
OriO and under 15, 
Of 15 and under 20, 
;0f 20 and under 30, 
|0f 30 and under 40, 
{Of 40 and under 50, 
iOf 50 and under 60, 
|0f 60 and under 70, 
Of 70 and under 80, 
|Of80 and under 90, 
Of&Oand under 100 
on 00 and upward 



Males. 

S72980 

783075 

669734 

573196 

956487 

502535 

367840 

2^9284 

135082 

57772 

15305 

2041 



Females. 

921934 

750741 

638856 

596254 

918411 

555531 

356046 

223504 

1S1307 

5S336 

17434 

2523 

238 



Total, i 

1894914' 

153281 6' 

1308690' 

1169450 

1S7489S| 

n4b066j 

723886; 

452788 

266389 

116218 

32240* 

4564 

539! 



^. .„._,, 301 

Total number, 5,355,133 males ; 5,171,115 females ; 
■10,526,248 free white persons. 
j Colored Population 

jUnder 10 years, 
'Of 10 and under 24, 
Of 24 and under 36, 
Of 36 and under 55, 
jOf 55 and under 100, 
,0f 100 and u])wards, 



Males. 
353498 
312567 

185585 

118880 

41545 

748 



Slaves. 

Females. 
347665 
308770 
185786 
111887 
41436 
676 



Total. 
701163, 
621337, 
371371! 
230767] 
82981; 
1424! 



Males, 1,012,823 ; teniales,' 996,22^3 ; total, 2,009,043. 
Golcred Pcpulation. Free. 

Males, Females. Total .' 
Under 10 year.-?, 4S675 47329 96004,* 

jOflO and under 24, 43079 48138 :9l2i7| 

!0f 24 and under 36, 27650 32541 60191. 

jo I 36 and under 55, 23271 24327 46598^ 

10155 and under 100, 11509 13425 24934| 

|0f 100 and upwards, .269 386 654 

Males, 153,453; females, ^66.146 ; tOial, 3 19,599. | 
Q ) Free Whites, 10,5-^26,^48 I 

^ I Slaves, 2,009,042 

[^ {►Free colored, 3)9,599 

o I On board public shipZj 5,318 

|=-J Omitted in returns, ' 5,812—12,316,020, 



REPRESENTATIVE NUMBERS. 

The manner of computing numbers on which repre- 
sentation in Congress is hosed, isdiffereni in iheslave- 
liolding States from what it is m the others. In the 
itbrmer, the nuniber of white persons, and three fiflhs-j 
ofthe slave popiUition, mak€ the number on vvhich; 
the right ot sending representatives is founded, 'i'husj 
suppose a State to have 640,000 white persons, and 
425,000 slaves ; three fifths of the latter are to be add 
ed to the former, making 895,000 ; and on this num- 
liber such State sends representatives. The followino 
"'are the representative numbers according to the last 
Census. Every 47.700 inhabitants sends one repre- 
.senta.tive. 



Maine, .399454jPenn. 1348072 
N.Hamp. 269327 Delaware 75431 



Mississippi 11035 7 
Louisiai^a 171904 



Mass, 610408!Marvl'd 405842 Tennessee625263 

R.Island. 97192lVirginia 1023502 Kentucky 621832 

Conn. ' 2976651N. Car. 639747'Ohio 937901! 

V-ermont, 280652 S. Car. 455025|lndiana, 343030 
iN. York 19i§o78 
;N. Jersey 319921 



Georgia, 429811 'Illinois, 157146 
Alabama 262507|Missouri 1304191 



Goveriiiiieiit of tlie United States. 



ANDREW JACKSON, Tennessee, PmiW^Tjf.sala 

ry, $25,000 per annum. 

MARTIN VAN BUREN, New- York, Fice Presi 
diiit, salary, $5000 per annum. 
Department of State. 

John Forsvih, Secretary, salary, $60G0i 

Asbury Di'ckens, Chief Clerk, " 2000 

inferior Clerks .12, average salary about 1400; 

Messengers. 5, " " 525; 

J. D. Craig, Superintendant of Patent Ofnce, 1500 
:C leeks 3. Messengers 2, Machinist 1, average 

1 salary, ^ 650 
[ Ti-easnry Departments 

{Levi Woodbury, Secretary, salary 6000 

McClintock Young, Chief'Clerk, 20C0i 

jjoseph Anderson, First Comptroller, 3500 



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James B. Thornton, Second do. SOOa; 

ilichardson Harrison, First Auditor, 8000^ 

'Wm. B. Lewis, Second do. SOOOj 

iPeter Hagner, Third Auditor, *000, 

lAmos Kendall, Fourth do. SOOOj 

jStephen Pieasantson, Filth Auditor, SOOOf 

John Campbell, Treasurer, 3000 

Thomas L. Smith, Register, SOOO 
Elijah Hayward, Commissioner of tha General j 

I Land Office, 3000 

jVirgil Maxcy, Sorlicitor, 3500 

^Clerks 144, average salary ahoul 1100 

Messengers 17, " " ^00 
[Officers ol the Customs about 1500, salary from 
i $4000 to $5000 and under, Revenue Cut- 
j ters 20 

Surveyors of Public Lands 8, salary 5000 

iClerks 24, average salary about 800; 
-Registers of Land Offices 54, salary 500, and 1 I 
per et. of monies paid into the Land Of- 

■Receivers of public monies 54, salary same na | 
I Register. 

OFFICERS OF THE CUSTOMS IN VERMONT. 

Names and offices. Where employed. Salary. 

A. W.Hyde, Collector, Burlington, $1401; 

iJ. B. Hollenbeck, D. C. do.^ 50a 

jStephen Haight, do. In Steam BoaJs, 500- 

'Chs.CarronTlns. Isle La Moit, 120^ 

jDan Mott, D. C. and Ins. Windmill pt. 500-, 

jZoroaster Fisk, do. Alburgh, S60; 

N. L. WhittemorCj do. Swanton, 360^ 

jR. L. Paddock, do. Highsrate, SSOj 

iJ. J. Beardslev, do. Franklin, 360- 

jA. G. Tarlton', Ins. Sr. Albans, 180: 

Uno. Lewis, D. C. &lng. Berkshire, 245| 

Fred. Fuller, Ins. Troy, 120; 

C. Malory, D. C. and Ins. Derby, 360, 

R. G. Hopkinson, Iup. do. 500, 

T. Grant, D. C. & Ins. Canaan, 240| 

fRoger Enos, Ins. Irasburcrh, 560f 



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II Names and Offices. Where employed. Salary 

(G W Kimbai;,Temp.In^. Irnsbiirgh, 160| 

Jno.Beckwilli, Ins. Sutton, 360i 

H. Richardson, do. Montpelier, $i40 

Ricliard Powers, Ins. and r ^, ^ nuo^»>ui« qca 

in.IT , xi T> » Ijake t/namplain, odCr 

JMaster Revenue 13oat, ^ =* ■ ' 

I War Department. 

Xewis Cass, Secrelarv, salary 6000* 

John Robb, Chief Clerk, 2000 

tnlerior Clerks 5, salai-y av<?rage about I.IOO 

llMessengers 2, do. do. do. 500 

Bounty Land Office, Q Clerks, average salary 1200 
Elbert Herring, Commis. Indian Affairs, SOOO 

Daniel Krutz, ChieCClerk, 1600J 

|Clerks, S, average salary about 1200J 

^ Jas. L. Edmonds, Commissioner Pension Office 2500 
'G. W. Crump, Chief Clerk, " 1600 

^iClerks, 19, average salary about 900' 

iMessenger, 1, salary 300 

jAdj. Generals Offi.ce, Clerks 3, average salary a- 
|| bout " lOOC^ 

^Officers and agents in the Engineer Depart- 
ment, in different parts of the U. States, 
not enumerated in the Army list, 44, pay 
from- $8 per day to 9 per month. 
Clerks and agents in Paymasters -Department 35 
I average salary about 1100 

Clerks and agents in Quartermasters -Depart- 
ment, 42, pay Irom $1150 per year to $5 
per month. 
ijWm. Clark, superintendant of India d qffairs, sal- 
ary 1500 
Indian Agents 18, average Solary about 1400 
Sub Ageiits 34, " 500 
Interpreters 40, " 400 
'Clerks 11, " 400 
.Gun.and Blacksmiths 59, " 500 
Other mechanics and laborers in Indian Depart- 
I ment, 16, 60 
^Commissioners and special agents 20, pay from 
I 88 to S4 per day. 



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Pension Agents 32, 

Army List. 

Alexander Macomb, Major General, salary 24001 

Edmund P. Gaines and Winfield ScoU, Briga- 
dier Generals, 124^ 
iRoger Jones, Adj. G'eneral, 1080 
iThomas S. Jesup, Q. M. General, 1243| 
jJohn E Wool, Inspector General. ^ i 
[Joseph Lovel, Surgeon General, 2500 
jSurgeons 11 500 
{Assistant Surgeons 54, ^SC^ 
jNathan ToWnson, Paymaster GeneraV 2500| 
jPay masters' 14, 600, 
iGeorge Gibson, Cora. Gen. of Purchases^ SOOO, 
JCharfes Gratiot, Chief Engineer, 600 
jOther Civil Engineers 25, 480 
iTopographical Engineers IT, 48Q 
The Army of the United States consists of four [ 
Regiments of Artillery, seven regiments 
of Infantry, and about 250 commissioned 
officers. 

Military Academy at West Point. 
Edward H. Courtenay, Prof. Nat. Philosophy, 720 
Charles Da vies. Prof. Mathematics, 60Q 

Thomas Warner, Chaplain and Prof, of Ethics, 600' 
Claudius Berard and Julian Molin=ard, Teachers j 
Erench Language, 480 

Teacher of Drawing, 480 



A. Albert Jumel, Sword Master, S28i 
Cadets, 254, $16 per month. 

JVavy Department. 

Mahlon Dickenson, Secretarv, salary 6O0O| 

John Boyle, Chief Clerk, ' 2000 

Clerks 8, average salary 1070; 

Messengers 2, 525i 
John Rodgers, Isaac Chauncey, Charles Morris, 

Navy Commissioners, salary 3500 

G. W. Goldsborough, Sec. to do. 2000 
Captains in Navy,' 37, pay per month, $100, 

Master's Commandant, 47, " 75" 

Lieutenants, 252, '• 5(X 



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Surgeons, 43, paypei onth, 50 a 80| 

'Assistant Surgeons, 48, " SO a 45i 

Pursers, 4S, « 40 

Chaplains, 8, « 40 

jPast Midshipmen, 134, " 25 

Midshipmen, 814, '^ 19| 

Sailing Masters^ 29, '" 40 

iBoats wains, 18, " 20, 

Gunners, 17, " 20, 

Carpenters, 14, " 20| 

Sail-Maker, 14, " 20 

Marine corps. 
Captains, 9, pay per months 40j 

First Lieutenants, 53, ** 30 

Second Lieutenants, 16, ** 25 

I Navy Agents, 9. 

*' '* Temporary, 4. 

Naval Store Keepers, 9. 

" Contracrtofs, 6. 
ShipG of the Line, 12. 
jFrigates 1st class, 14. 
I « 2d " 3-. 

Sloops of War, 15. 

Post Office Department,^ 
William T. Barry, Post Master General, salary 6G00| 
Charles K. Gardner, 1st assistant P. M. Gen. 2500, 
>«lah R.Robbie, 2d do. 2500 
Obadiah B. Brown, chief clerk,. 1700 
P. S. Loughborow, General Agenty 1600j 
Watchmen 2, salary 220 
Agents 4, average salary 455 
Clerks, Book-keepers, &c. 75, av^ salary about 1000. 
Messengers 6, average salary S75| 
Number of Post offices in the United States, Jan- 
uary 1834, about 9000. 
Number of Clerks in Posi-Offices which yield o- 
ver $2000 commission, 110, average sala- 
ry about 800^ 
Number of Mail Contractors about 1600, compen- 
i sation^from $50,000 down to $6 or $8, ac- 
' cord in er to extent of contract. 



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PUBLIC MINISTERS. 

Great Britain. — Aaron Vail, N. Y. Charge de Affairs. 
France. — Edward Livingston, La. envoy extraordina 

ry and Minister plenipatentiary. Ttiomas P. Bar- 
ion, Pa. secretary ofiegation. 
Riisssia. — Wm. Wilkins, Pa. envoy extraordinary 

and minister plenipolentiar}^ John R. Clay, Va. 

secretary of legation. 
Spain, — Minister vacant."^ Arthur^ Middleton, j.r. S. 

C. secretary ofiegation. 
\A''etherlands. — Augustus Davezjc, La. secretary of} 

legation and charged with the affairs of the United 

States. 
Belgium. — H. S. Legare, S. C. charge d'affaires. 
Mexico. — Anthony Butler, La. charge d'affaires. 
Colombia. — Robert McAffee, charge d'affaires. 
Portugal. — Thomas L. L. Brent, Va. charge d'af. 
Sweden and A'onoaj/. — Christopher Hughes, charge 

d'affaires. 
'.Denmark. — Henry Wheaton, charge d'affaires, 
Brazi/.— Ethan A. Brown, charge d'affaires. 
Chili. — John Ham, Del. charge d'affaires. 
Peru. — Samuel Larned, R. I. charge d'affaires. 
iTurkey. — David Porter, Md, charge d'affaires. Wm. 

B. Hodgson, D. C. dragoman. 
Central America.— C. G. DeWitt, N. Y. charge d'af. 
Brazil. — E, A. Brown, charge d'affaires. 

Consuls. Algiers 1 ; Tunis 1 ; Tripoli 1 ; Mo- 
rocco 1 ; Great Britain 8c dependencies, 25 ; France & 
:lependencies9; Switzerland 1; Russia 4; Spain &,dep. 
il8 ; Portugal 4 ; 'Netherlands S ; Austria 3 ; Ger- 
ImanyS; Sweden 3; Denmark 4; Prussia 2; Saxo 
\)y 1 ; Hanseatic Towns 3 ; Hatian States 4; Roman 
JStates 1 ; Two Sicilies 3 ; Tuskany 1 ; United Mex- 
jican States, 15; Col-jmbia 6 ; Brazil 9; Central A 
nerica 2 ; Buenos Ayres 1 ; Chili 2; Peru 2; Hay- 
i'i 3; Sandwich Islands 1 ; China 1 • Total 142.' 
Compensation generally, fees; the consuls at London 
md Paris, however, receive a salarj af $2000 in ad 
lition to'lees.*^ Consular agents 9. 



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TWliNTY-THIRD CONGRESS. 

SENATE. 

Martin'Van Buren, President of the Senate. 

.Walter Lowrie, Secretary, gSOOO 

^'John McUonald, Principal Clerk, 1800 

Lewis H. Machen, Executive Clerk, 1500 

Wm, Hickcy, EngrQSsing Clerk, 1500 

Wm. Carr, do. . do. 1500 

John Shackford, Sergeant at Arms, 1500 

Stephen Haight, Assistant^Door-Kceper, 1450 

John L. Ciubb^ Messenger, 700 
SENATORS. 



Maine- 
PelegfSprague^' 
Ether Shipley. 

JfeW'Uajnpshirei. 
Samuel Bell, 
Isaac Hill. 

Massachusetts.. 
Nathaiiiel Siisbee, 
Daniel Webster. 

Rhode Island. 
Nebemiah R. Knight, 
Asher Robbins. 

Connecticut. 
Gideon TomJinson, 
Nathan Smith. 

Ver7noiit. 
Samuel Prentisa, 
Benjamin Swift. 

^ewYork, 
Silas Wright, 
N;L. Tallmadge. 
*Veio Jersey. 
T. Frelinghuysen, 
Sam'l L. Southard. 
Pennnylvania. 
William Wilkins, 
S. McKefin. . 

Delaware. 

John M. Clayton, 

Arnold Naudain. 

Jdaryland. 

E. F. Cliarabera, 



Joseph F. Kent 
Virginia, 
B. W. Leigh, 
John Tyler. 

JsTorth Carolina. 
Bedford Brown, 
W^m. D. Mangum. 

South Carolina. 
John C. Calhoun, 
W. C. Preston. 

Georgia. 
Wm. King, 



Kentucky. 
George AI.*Bibb, 
Henry Clay. 

Tetinessee. 
Hugh L. Yv hite, 
Fcl X Grundy. 
Ohio. 
Thomas Ewing, 
Thomas Morris. 

Louisiana. 
G A Waggaman, 
A. Porter. 

Indiana. 
V/m. Hendricks, 
John Tipton. 

Mississippi. 
CrPorge Poindeiter, 
John Black, 



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Gabriel Moore. 

Missouri, 
Thomas H. Benton, 
L. F. Linn. 



iRobcrt N. Johnson, do. 

jThoioas B. Randolph, Sergeant ut Arms, 

iOverton Carr, Door-Keeper, 

[J. W. Hunter, Assistant, 

•;\Vm. J. McGormick, postmaster, 

iMesscugcr 1, . , 

. REPRESENTi^TIVES, 



Rlinois. 
John M. Robinson, 
Elias K. Kane. 

^'U.abama. 
William R. King, 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATITES. 

John Bell, of Tennessee, Speaker of the House. 
jWalter ^'.Franklin, Clerk, ' $3000 

jSam'l Burch, Assistant Cierit, ") 
[John T. Frost, do. j 

W. B. Randolph, do. ) 

~ do. !• 

do. 

do. i» 



Brooke M. Berry, 
iTbos. Patterson, 
[Noah Fletcher, 



av. salary abcut 1550 



1500 
1500 
T^OO 

'500; 

700' 



J^laine. 
F. O. J. Smith, 
Gorham Parks, 
George Evans, 
Joseph Hall, 
Leonard Jarvis, 
Edward Kavanagh, 
Rufus MeTntire. 

..Veio Hampshire. 
Henry Hubbard, 
Joseph M Harper, 
Venning M Bean, 
Franklin Pierce, 
Robert Burns. 

Vermont. 
Hiland Hall, 
Horace Everett, 
Heman Allen, 
Wm. Slade, 



Massaclnisetts. 
Isaac C. Bates, 
Rufus Choate, 



John Q.. Adams, 
Levi Lincoln, 
George N. Briggs, 
Edward Everett, 
Gi^orge Grcnncll. jr. 
John Reed, I 

NVilliam Baylies, i 

Benjamin Gorham, 
Gay ton P. Osgood, j 

Connectictit. • 

Jabez W. Huntington,* i 
Win. W. Elsworlh,* | 

Noyes Barber, 
Saiiiucl A. Foot,* 
Ebeufczer Youn^, 
Samuel Twedy. ; 

Rhode Island. ', 

T. Burgess, * 

Duteo J. Pierce. 

JS''eio York. ' 

Abel Huntington, i 

Isaac B. Van Houten, I 
*resij;ned. ' 

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C C Cainbrelong, 
Campbell P "White, 
C W Lawrence, "^ 
Dudley Selden, 
Aaron "Ward, 
Abraham Bockee, 
John W Brown, 
Charles Bodic, 
John Adams, 
Aaron Venderpool, 
Job Pierson, 
G Y Lansing, 
John Cramer, 
Henry C Maitindale, 
Reuben Whalon, 

Ransom H Gillel, 
Charles M'Vean, 

Abijah Mann, jr. 

Sam' I Beardsley, 

Joel Terrell, 

Daniel Y/ardell, 

Sherman Page, 

N Johnson, 

Henry Mitchell, 

Nicoli Halsey, 

Samuel G Hathaway, 

Wm. Taylor, 

Wm. K Fuller, 

Rowland Day, 

Samuel Clarkj 

John Dickson, 

Edward Howell, 

F Whittlesp}', 

George W Lay, 

P C Fuller, 

Abner Hazeltine, 

M Fillmore, 

Gideon Hard. 

J^ew Jersey^ 

Philemon Dickenson, 

Samuel Fowler, 

James Parker, 

F S Schenck, 

♦Resigned. 



! Wm. N. Shinn, 
I'homas Lee. 

Pennsylvania. 
Horace Binney, 
James Harper, 
John G Watmoagh, 
Wm Heiater, 
Vv'm Darlington, 
David Potts, jr. 
Wm Clark, 
Harmer Denny, 
George Chambers, 
T MT M'Kennar-,- 
Juhn Banks, 
A Stewart, 
C A Barnitz, 
G Burd, 

J B Sutherland, 
Jesse Miller, 
J B Anthony, 
H A Muhlenburg, 
Joel K Mann, 
Robert Ramsey, 
D B Yv'agehsr, 
Benry King, 
A Beaumont, 
John Laporte, 
Joseph Henderson, 
John Galbraitb, 
S S Harrison, 
R Coulter. 

Maryland. 
R B Ca:michael, 
L. P. Dennis, 
J. P. Pleath, 
W. C. Johnson, 
Isaac M'Kim, 
J T Stoddart, 
Francis Thomas, 
James Turner. 

Virginia. 
John M Patton, 
John Y Mason, 
i Vv^m. F Gordon, 



5S 



John W Bouldin, 

"Wm. S Archer, 

N H Claiborne, 

J W Chinn, 

Charles F Mercer, 

EdNvaid Lucas, 

S M M'Dowell Moore, 

Job a Robertson, 

T Dcvenport, 

John J Allen, 

George Loyall, 

James H Gholson, 
Edgar C Wilson, 
Jamss H Beals, 
Wm P Taylor, 

John H Fulton, 
Wm M'Comas, 
Henry A Wise. 

STcrth Carolina, 
M T Hawkins, 
Thomas H Hall, 
Wm B Shcpard, 
Jesse Speight, 
John M'Kay, 
Abraham Rencher, 
D L Barringer, 
Edmond Debsrry, 
Lewis William?, 
A H Shepherd, 
Henry Conway, 
Jesse A Bynum, 
James Graham. 
South Carolina. 



Wm K. Clownie, 
George M'Duffie, 
Wm J Grayson, 
H L Pinckney, 
John K Griffin, 
John M Felder, 
Warren R Davis. 

Georgia, 
J M Wayne, 



R H Wilde, 
G R Gilmore, 
A S Clavton, 
T M Foster, 
R L GamWcy 
Seaborn Jones, 
Wm Schley, 
John Coffee. 

Florida, 
Josepli M White. 

Clement C Clay, 
Dixon H Lew is, 
John Murphy, 
Samuel W Mardis, 
John M'Kinley. 

JMississippi. 
Henry Cage, 
F E Piummer, 

Louisiana. 
P Thomas, 
Rice Garland, 
Henry Johnson. 

^Irkansas. 
Ambrose Sevier. 

Tennessee. 
John Bell, 
Cave Johnson, 
James K Polk, 
David W Dickerson, 
Bailie Peyton, 
John Blair, 
Samuel Bunch, 
Luke Lea, 
James Standifer, 
David Crockett, 
John B Forrester, 
Wm. M Inge, 
Wm. C Dunlap. 

Kentucky. 
Chilton Allen, 
Thomas A Marshall, 
Amos Davie, 
Richard M Johnson, 



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Thomas Chilton, 
R. P Letcher, .. 
Renjamin Hardin, 
Chittenden Lyon, 
Martin Beatty, 
Jame^ Love, 
Christopher Tompkins, 
P H Pope, 
Albert G Hawes. 

Ohio, 
Robert T Lytle, 
Taylor Wtbster, 
Wm Allen, 
Jeremiah McLean, 
Thomas L Huraer, 
John Chanioy, • = 
Robert Mitchell, 
John Thompson, 
Benjamin Jones, 
Wm Patterson, 
H H Leavitt, 
David Spangler, 
James M Bell. 



E Whittlesey, 
T^homas Corwin, 
Joseph Vance, 
Samuel F Vinton, 
Jonathan Sloan, 
Joseph H Crane. 
, Indiana. 

A.mos Lane, 
Jonathan M'Cavthj, 
John Carr, 
George L Kinnard, 
E A Hannagan, 
RatliffBoon, 
John W Davis. 
,. Illinois. 
Joseph Duncan, 
Z Casey, 



Misso%iri. 
Wm H Ashley, 
John Bull. 

Michigan. 
Lucius Lyon. 
Commencement of the session, first Monday in Dec. 
Pay.oCSenatqrBjand Representatives, $8 per day. 
Duff Green, Printer for the Senate. 
Gal^s & Scaton, Printers for the House. 



JUDICIART OF THE UNITED STATES. 
The Judicial power in the United Stales is vested in onf 
\3upreme Court, and in such inferior courts as Congress 
Ifrom time to time may establish. The present judicial es- 
ftablishment of the United States consists ol a Supreme 
Court, of 28 district Courts, and seven (pircuit Courts,, 
which are thus organized; the six associate Justices, whoj 
hold a court in the city of Washington annually ; besidesj 
which, each, of these Justices attends in a certain Circuit, 
comprising two or more districts, appropriated to each, andj 
together with the'Judge of the District, compose a circuiij 
Icourt which is hoJdcn.in each district in the circuit. Thf i 
district courts are held respectively, by the district Jtidgei 
alone. Appeals are allowed from the district lo the Cir-i 
icuit Courts and from the Circuit to rha Supremo Court ;; 
tend in ttune cases, where, the inconvenience of attendingl 



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the court by a justice of the Supreme Court is very great, 
the District Courts are invested with Circuit powers. 



Chief .Tuaticc, 
1 



Associate 
Justices. 



Salarv.j 
$5000 
4500 
4500 
4500 
4500 
4500 
4500 
3500 



SUPREME COURT. 
Names. Residence. 

John Marshal!, Richmond, Va. 
John McLean, Ohio, 
One vacancy. 

Henry Baldwin, Pennsylvania, 
Gabriel Duval, Marietta, Md, 
Joseph Story, Salem, Mass. 
Smith Thompson, New York, 
B F Butler, Attorney General, New-York, 

— , Marshal, i 

H Wheaton, Rjeporter of decisions, New York, 1000 

VVm. T Carroll, Clerk, fees, &c. 

The sittings of the Supreme Court are at Washington^ 

1st Monday In February annually. | 

DISTRICT COURT, FOR VERMONT. { 

Sessions at Windsor and Rutland, alternately. ! 

i^lijah Paine, WilHamstown, Judge, 1200 

Dan'l Kellogg, Rockingham, Attorney, 200 and fees, 

rieman Lowry, Marshal, Burlington, 200 and fees.j 

jeo. W. Barker, Deputy Marshal, Montpelier. I 

CIRCUIT COURTS. 

A Circuit Court comprises two or more districts, and the 

Circuit Court is bolden by one Judge of the Suprerwe, 

Court tcith the Judge oi the District where the Court is' 

holden.] [ 

SITTINGS OF THE CIRCUIT COURTS. \ 

First and Second Circuits. . , i 

When any of the following days happen on Sundaj' the 

Court is to 1)6 held on the Monday following.] 
Maine, atPortland, 1st May ; Wiscasset, 1st October. 
Vew- Hampshire, at Portsmouth, 8th Mayj Exeter 8th 

October. 
Massachusetts, at Boston, loth May and 15th October. 
2/iot/e-7s/an(/, at Providence, J 5th Nov.; Newport, 15tK 

June. 
Connecticut, at New-Haven, 13th of April; Hartford ITth* 

September. 
^ermont, at Windsor,, gist May, Rutland, 3d Octo 

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Terl ' I 

^yeto-York, at New-Yoik, last Monday in February, Ma)\i 
July and October, 

SITTINGS OF THE DISTRICT COUUTS. 

\j^eio-Hamp shire, at Portsmoutii, the M Tuesday in Marcl^j 

{ and September, at Exeter, 3d Tuesday in June and; 

j December. 

^y^ermont, at Windsor, on the 24th of May, and at Rutland; 

j on the 6th of October. i 

■^^lassachusetts, at Boston, 3d Tuesday in I\Iarch, 4t!i in; 

j! June, 2d in September, and 1st in December. ' 

[Rhode-Island, at Newport and Providence, 1st Monday' 
in February and Angust, and 1st in May and No- 
vember. 

Connecticut, at Plartford and Ne\v-Haven, 1st Monday in; 
Feb. and Aug. and 1st Monday in May and Nov. i 

J^^ew-York, at I'^v.w York, 1st Tuesday in February, Mav, 
August and November. 
Exclusive of the above mentioned stated Courts, the; 

District Judges have pov.'cr to hold special courts in their 

!:-espcctive districts at their discretion. 

UNITED STATES BANK, PHILADELPHIA. 
Capital $35,000,000. 
President, Nicholas Biddle. 
Government Directors, 5. 
Directors on the part of the Stockholders, 23. 
Cashier, S. Joudon. 

BRANCH BANKS. 
Portland, Me. — JOshua Win gate, President, T. A. Al- 
ibxander. Cashier. 

Portsmouthi JV. H. — Alexander Ladd, President, Eben 
Wentworth, Cashier. 

Boston. J\Is. — Wra. Appleton, President, Samuel Froth- 
ingham. Cashier. 

Providence, R. I. — Philip Allen, President, Nathan 
Waterman Jr. Cashier. | 

Hartford, Conn. — Enoch Parsons, President, J. P. Burn- 
ham, Cashier. 

J>reic-York, Isaac Lawrence, President, Moris Robinson, 
Cashier. 

Baltimore, Md. — Wm. Patterson, Pr«side«t, John^ 
■White, Cashitsr. 
; Washington, D. C— Samngl H. Smith, President, Rich 



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ard Smith, Cashier. \ 

Richmond, Va. — Richard Anderson, President, Jaa.i 
•Robertson, Cashier. [ 

JsTorfolk, Va. — Geo. Newton, President, Joseph Li 
■Roberts, Cashier. 1 

I Fayetteville, ^r. C— John Huske, President, S. Vf.! 
Sandford, Cashier. j 

j Charleston, S. C. — Jos. Johnson, President, Peter Ba-{ 
cot. Cashier, 

j Savannah, Geo. — John Gumming, President, Jas. Hun- 
ter, Cashier.. 

j Mobile, Florida. — PhiUp McLoskoy, President, Geo. 
Poe, jr. Cashier. [ 

j J\''ew- Orleans, Lou. — Wm. W Montgomery, President,« 
'James Saul, Cashier. ! 

I Xalchtz, Mis. — L R Marshall, President, Thomas} 
Henderson, Cashier. 

Si. Louis, Jrlo. — John O'Fallon, President, H S Coxe,; 
Cashier. j 

^Yashville, Ten. — Thomas H Fletcher, President, John 
[jSummerviile, Cashier. 

jj Louisville, Ky. — John J Jacob, President, Gco.C Guath-j| 
i'mey. Cashier. | 

f Lexington, Ky. — John Tilford, President, Matthew TlJ 
j, Scott, Cashier. li 

j: Cincinnati, Ohio. — James Reynolds, President, Peterii 
iBonson, Cashier. f| 

J! Pittsburgh, Pa. — Alex. Breckenridge, President, JohnI 
I'Shaw, Cashier. I 

|i Buffalo, tV. F.— Wm. B Rochester, President", Daniel!? 
!|Sprigg, Cashier. 
I Uticci, JV*. Y.—J C Deveieux, President, Wm. W Fraz-1 
i;ier. Cashier. 

Burlington, Vt. — Heman Allen, President, Thoinas 
Hockley, Cashier. 

UNITED STATES MINT, PHILADELPHIA. I 

Samuel Moore, Director, $200o| 

Wm. Findlay, Treasurer, 1200 

jl Adam Eckfeldt,Chief coiner, 1500 

h Jacob Eckteldt, Assayer, 1500 

p Joseph McLoud, Melter and refiner, 1500 

[i Wm. Kneass, Engraver, 1200 

^ John S Benezet, Treasurer's Clerk, 1000 



Ast cfthe Members oj the General Conveyition which as-| 
semhled at Philadelphia, on the 10th of May, 1787, to, 
form tht Constitution, and continued in session till thel 
17 th of September, xchen it was adopted and signed by all 
the members then present. 

OFFICERS. 

GEO. WASHINGTON, President. 
Wm. Jackson, Secretary. 

MEJLBERS. 



^''ew-Hampshire. 
Gil man, Nicholas 
Langdon, John. 

JUassaclmsetts. 
Gerry, Elbridge 
Gorham, Nathaniel' 
King, Rufus 
Strong, Caleb 

, Connecticut, 
Ellsworth, Oliver 
Johnson, Wjn.'Sam'l. 
Sherman, R.oger. 
J^^exo-York. 
Hamilton, Alex'r. 
Lansing, John jr. 
Yates, Robert 

J^ew-Jersey, 
Brearley, David 
Dayton, Jonathan 
Houston, Wm.C. 
Livingston, Wm. 
Patterson, Y/m. 

Pennsylvania. 
Clymer, George 
Fitzsimmons, Thos. 
Franklin, Benjamin 
Ingersol, Jared 
Mifflin, Thomas 
Morris, G. 
Morris, Robert 
Wilson, James 

Delav)are, 
Basset, Richard 
Bedford, Gunning jr. 



Broom, Jacob 
Dickinson, John 
Read, George 

Maryland. 
Carroll, Daniel 
Jenifer, D. of St. Th. 
Martin, Luther 
McHenry, Jamfes 
Mercer, John Francis 

Virginia. 
Blair, John 
Madison, James 
Mason, George _ 
McClurg, James 
Randolph, Edmund 
Washington, Geo. 
Wythe, George 

Js^orth-Carolina. 
Blount, Wm. 
Davie, Wm. R. ^ 
Martin, Alexander 
Spaight, Richard D. 
Williamson, Hugh 

South- Carolina. 
Butler, Pierce 
Pinckney, Charles C. 
Pinckney, Charles 
Rutledge, John 
Georgia. 
Baldwin, Abraham 
Few, Wm. 
Houston, Wm. 
Pieree, Wm. 



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lsE^^A.TORS Ax\D REPRESENTATIVES 1^ COJN- 

[ GRESS, FROM VERMONT 

\Fro7n 1791, to the termination of the 22d Co7igress on the 

' 3a' of March ^ 1833, icith the commencement and termina- 

1 tion oj their respective terms of service. 

i In. Out 



{ Senators. 

ISradley, S. R. 

tChase, Dudley 

jChipman, Nath'l. 
^isk, James 
iPaine, Elijah 
jPalmer, Wm.A. 
'Prentiss, Sanjuel 



( 1791-95 
I 1801-13 
I 1813-17 
I 1825-31 



Hubbard, H.J. 
tlunt, Jonathan 
Hunter, Wm. 
Hall, Hiiand 
Jewett, Luther 
1797-02|Keyes, Elias 
l8l7-18JLangdon, C. 
l795-0i;Lyon, Asa 
1818-25 Lyon, Matthew 



1-23 
5-17 
5-17^ 



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[Robinson, Jonathan IS07-15 

Robinson, Mosea 1791-9C-kr ♦. i t 



i>Seymour, Horatio 
-Sriiith, L'rael 
iSvvift, Benjamfn, 



1802-0' 
.1833- 



^- , T > 1796-97 

Tichenor,L J 1815-21 

Repre^entalives. 
iAIlen Heman 



Mallary, Rollin C. 
Marsh, Charles 



I'Bradley, Wni 

I Buck, Daniel 

iSuck, D A A \ 

IButler, Ezra 
Oahoon, Wm. 

iChambeilin, Wm. \ 

Chipman, Daa'l. 
'Chittenden, M. 
|,Crafts, Sam'l.'C. 
De^nincr, E. F. 
Elliot, James 
Everett, Horaco 

jFisk, James 



Meech, Ezra 

Merrill, O. C. 
Morris, Lewis R. 
Niles, Nath'l. 
Noyes, John 
Olin, Gideon 
813-15 OHn, Henry 

.^f.'i~^^ Rich, Charles, 
1/93-97 ' ' 

Richard.^:, Mark, 

Shaw, Samuel 

Skinner, Richard 

Slade, Wm. 



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5 1832- 

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182.3-25 

1827-29 

1813-1.0 

1829-33 

1803-06 

1809-11 

1815-17 

1803-13 

1817-25 

1833-34 

1801-09 

1829- 

1805-OS 

1811-15 



Smith, Israet 

Strong, "V\ m. 

Swilt, Benjamin 
Wales, George E. 
White Phinras 
Witherell, James 



In. Out 

1309-11 

1827-32 

1817-19 

1833- 

1815-17 

1821-23 

1815 

181 

1797-01 

1819-31 

1815-17 

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5 1823-25 

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S 1825-27 

1817-18 

1797-03 

1791-95 

1815-17 

1803-07 

1.824-25 

) 1813-15 

S 1817-24 

1817-21i 

1808-13 

1813-15 

1831- 

) 1791-97 

5 1801-02; 

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] 1819-21J 

1829-311 

182 5-2 £| 

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RECAPITULATION AND REMARKS. 

1st Term, 17S9. Electors 69; and 69 votes for G 
jWashington. J. Adams had 34 ; John Jay N. J. 5, Del. 
}3, Va.1,9; R. H. Hariison Md. 6, 6 ; J. Rutledge S. 
C. 6, 6 ; J. Hancock Pa.-2, Va. 1, S. C. 1, 4 ; G. Clinton 
Va. 3, 3; S. Huntington Ct. 2, 2 ; John Milton Ga. 2, 
2 ; J. Armstrong Ga. 1, 1 ; Ed. Telfair Ga. 1,1; B. Lin- 
jcoln Ga. 1, J; — total 69. — Rhode Island, New York, and 
North Carolina did not assent to the Constitution in sea- 
son to vote for President in 1789. 

2d, 1793. Electors 135.— 132 votes for G. \7ashing- 
ton, and 3, Md. 2, S. C. 1, vacancies. — J. Adams receiv- 
jed 77 votes; G. Clinton 50 ; Th. JeiTerdon Ky. 4, 4 ; A. 
Burr S. C. 1, 1 :— total 132. 

3d, 1797. Electors 138.— J. Adams received 71 votes ; 
JTh. Jefferson 68 ; Th. Pinckney 59; A.. Burr 30 j S. Ad- 
ams Va. 15, 15 ; 01. Ellsworth N. H. 6, Mass. 1,R. 1. 4, 
ill; G. Clinton Va. 3, Ga. 4, 7; John Jav Ct. 5, 5 ; 
j James Iredel N. C. 3, 3 ; G. Washington Va. 1, N. C. 1,! 
2 ; J. Henry Md. 2, 2 ; S. Johnson Mass. 2, 2 ; Ch. C. 
Pinckney N. G. 1, 1. 

4th, 1^01. " Electors 138.— Th. Jefferson received 73 
votes ; A. BHrr 73 ; J. Adams 65 ; Ch. C Pmckney 64 ; 
John Jay R. I. 1, 1. — The election was carried to the 
House of Representatives, and Mr. Jeiferson was, on the 
j36th ballot, chosen President by the votes of N. Y., N.j 
J., Pa., Md., Va, N. C, Ga , Ten., and Ky. ; and Mr. 
Burr, Vice-President. — After this the Constitution was al- 
tered, so as to require the President and Vice-President 
jto be separately voted for. 

5th, 1805. For a full view of the votes see Table. 

6th, 1809. For President;—^. Madison 122 votes; 
jCh. C. Pinckney 47 ; G. Clinton N. Y. 6, 6 ; 1 vacancy 
Ken. .-—total 176. For Vice-President ;—G. Clinton 113' 
votes ; Rufus King 47 ; J. Langdon Vt. 6, Ohio 3, 9 ; J. 
Madison N. Y. 3, 3 ; J. Monroe N. Y. 3, 3 ; 1 vacancy 
Ken. :— tolal 176. 

7th, 1813. See Table. One vacancy in Ohio. 

8th, 1817. For President ;— J. MonrOe 183 votes; 
Rufus King 34 ; 4 vacancies, Del. 1, Md. 3, 4: — total 
221. For Vice-President ;—D'dme\ D. Tompkins 183 
votes ; John E. Howard Mass. 22, 22 ; James Ross Ct.j 
5, 5 ; J. Marshall Ct. 5, 5 ; R. G. Harper Del. 3, 3 ; 4] 
vacanciiGS, Del. 1, Md. 3, 4 : — total 221. 



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[ 9th, 1821. FoT~President;—J. Monroe 231 ; J. Q. 
,Mas3. 1, 1 ;— total 232.— For Vice President ; — D. D. 
{Tompkins 218 ; R. Stockton Mass. 8, 8 ; D- Rodney Deli 
4, 4 ; R. Rush N. H. 1, 1 ; R. G. Harper Md. 1, 1 :— to- 
,tal 232. 

I 10th, 1825. For President ; — A. Jackson"99 votes; J. 
a. Adams 84; Wm. H. Crawford 41 ; Henry Ciay 37: 
I — total 261. Mr. Adams was elected by the House of, 
Representatives. The vote was as follows ; — J. Q.. Ad-j 
lams. Me. N. H. Vt. Ms. R. I. Ct. N. Y. fyUl Al. La.} 
JKy. Ohio, Illi. Mo. 14 ; Andrew Jackson, S. C. Mis.; 
iTen. In.,Pa. N. J. 6 ; William H, Crawford, Del. Va. N., 
jC. Ga.'4. For Vice-Prtsidetit ;—J. C.Calhoun 182 ; N.' 
Sanford 30 ; N. Macon Va. 24, 24 ; A. Jackson N. H. 
1, Ct. 8, Md. 1, Mo. 3, 13; M. Van Buren Ga. 9, 9 ;? 
Henry Clay Del. 2, 2 ; 1 vacancy R. I. :— total 261. 

nth, 1829. See Table. 

12th, For Pre5?'rfc?i/;— A. Jackson 219 votes; Henry 
Clay 49 ; J. Floyd S. C. 11, 11 ; W. Wirt Vt. 7,-7 ; 4 
vacancies Md. : — tctal 286. For Vice-President; — M. 
Van Buren. 189 ; John Seargeant 49 ; Wm. Wilkins Pa.^ 
30,30"; Henry Lee S. C. 11, 11 , Amos Ellmaker Vt. 7,' 
7 :— total 286. 



RATES OF POSTAGE. i 

Established by *Bct of Congress, passed March 3, 1825. 

For a single letter, composed of one piece of paper, fori 
any distance not .exeeding 30 mile?, 6 cents; over 30i 
miles, and not exceeding 80, 10 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. 

Double lelters, or those composed of two pieces of paper, 
are charged with double those rates. 

Triple letters, or those composed of three pieces gf pa- 
per, are charged trible those rates. 

Gluadruple lelters, or 1 hose composed of four pieces of 
paper, are charged quadruple those rates. 

A packet the weight of one ounce, is charged ihc rate 

of four single letters, and in like proportion for one ofi 

greater, weight. Ship letters, 6 cents. I 

NEWS PAPER POSTAGE. j 

For e^xh newspaper carried not over 100 miles, 1 cent ;! 
over ipo miles, 1 1-2 cents; but if carried to any ofHce in 



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the state in which it is printed, whatever the distance bej 
the rate is one cent. | 

Pamphlets and Magazines of the periodical kind, no,| 
jover 100 miles, 1 1-2 cents per sheet; if over 100 miles '2). 
1-2 cents per sheet; those not published periodically, arel 
to be charged, for 100 miles or. less 4 cents on each sheet, 
'over 150 miles 6 cents. Every article sent in the mail,! 
'.which is not either a newspaper, magazine, pamphlet, orj 
;legislative journal, is subject to letter -postage, whether iij 
be a printed or written communication, except a written! 
or printed notice from a publisher of a newspaper, stating] 
the subscription due, whioli must be attached to the mar-, 
gin of a newspaper, and postage charged for it as a news-, 
paper. 

PRIVILEGE OF FRANKING. 

Letters and packets to and from the following officers of; 
the government, are by la.w received and conveyed by post' 
ifree of Postage, 

The President and Vice-President of the United States; 
iSecretaries of State, Treasury, War, and Navy; Attorneyj 
JGeneral ; Postmaster General and Assistant Pustrnasteij 
General ; Comptrollers, Auditors, Register, and Solicitor 
of the Treasury ; Treasurer; Commissioner of the Gener-j 
al Land Office ; Ccmmissioneis of the Navy Board ; Com-I 
missary General ; Inspectors General ; duartermaster} 
General ; Paymaster General; Superintendent of Patent 
Office ; Speaker and Clerk of the House of Reprcsenta-j 
tives ; President and Secretary of the Senate ; and any 
individual who shall have been, or may hereafter be, Pres- 
ident of the United States ; and each may receive news 
papers by post, free of postage. 

Each member of the Senate, and each member and del-, 
egate of the House -of Representatives, may «end and re-] 
ceive, free of postage, ncwspapars, letters, and packets,; 
weighing not more than two ounces, [in -case of excess oil 
weight, excess only to bo paid for,] and all documente 
rprinled by order of either House, from the period of sixty 
jdays before he takes his seat in Congress, till the next meet-j 
ing of Congress. 

Postmasters may send and receive, free of postage, let- 
ters and packets not exceeding half an ounce in weight ;i 
and they may receive one daily newspaper, each, or whati 
is equivaUnt thereto. t 



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\ Printers of newspapers may send on© paper to eachj 
land every other printer of newspapers within the United,' 
iStates", free of postage, under such regulations as the Post-j 
jmastcr General may provide. j 

I MILITIA OF VERMONT. f 

The Aliiitia of the state consists of all the able .bodied! 
males, with a few exceptions made by law, between the] 
iiges of eighteen and forty-five years. Each soldier is re- 
quired Lo keep himsfelf constantly provided with such arms- 
^ind equipments as are necessary for actual service, and by 
so doing his poll is exempted from taxation. The whole 
militia is, at present, divided into four divisions, 10 brig- 
ades and 35 i-egiments, with from eight lo twelve compa- 
nies in each. Belonging to most of the Regiments is also 
one company of cavalry, one of artillery and one of lighti 
, 'infantry, and in many cases more than one of each. Thel 
lovernor is Captain General and Commander in Chief,} 
land with the advice of the Council is to. arrange the wholej 
militia into divisions, brigades, &:c. and may from time tol 
lime make such alterations as he shall see .fit; Each di- 
vision is commanded by a Major General, with a Division? 
Inspector, a Division (Quartermaster, and two Aids; eachj 
Brigade by a Brigadier General, with a Brigade Inspector.! 
Brigade Quartermaster, and one Aid ; each Regiment by! 
a Colonel, Lieutenant Colonel and Major, with the cus-l 
tomary staff; and each company by a Captain, Lieutcn-| 
-ant and Ensign, with the cuslomary non-commissioncdi 
officers. The Major Generals and Brigadier Generals art| 
appointed by the Legislature. The field officers are cho-1 
sen by the commissioned officers o-f their respective Regi-j 
ments, and the several companies elect their own officers. 
•The whole militia of the State amounts to about 25,000. i 

I . . \ 

\ Each company of cavalry, artillery, light infarvtry, and' 

infantry, are required to meet annually, on the first Tues-i 

,day in June, armed and equipped for company inspection.! 

The several regiments are required to muster once in two' 

years. 

iCJ^For the salaries of the several state officers, coun- 
jcillors and representatives, and the fees of justices, sherifFs, 
land other officers, see register of last year. 



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STATE OF VERMONT. 

General list ofthz torpii of . for the year . 

No. Polls at $10 is 

Acres ofland at $ assessed at 6 per cent, is 

Houses and lots appurtenant at $ assessed at 4 per 
cent. ^ is 

Mills, stores, distilleries, &c. apprised at § asses- 
sed at 6 per cent. ' .is 
Oxen at $2' I is 
Cows and other cattle of 3 years old at $.1,25 is 
Cattle ot 2 years old at 75 cents 

Horses & mules ov. 25 & not exceeding $75 at $3 is 
Horses and mules over $75 at $6 is 

Horses and mules of 2 years old at $2 is 

Horses and mules of one year old at $1,25 is 

Stallions of 4 years old and upwards, at f75 is 

! Stallions of 3 years old at $30 is 

Jacks at $40 ' is 

Sheep at lO cents per head * is 

Carriages assessed at 6 per cent. is 

House clocks of brass, &. brass, timc-piecea at $3 is 
Gold watches at $4 is 

Common Watches at $1 is 

Money on hand and debts due at 6 per cent. is 

Bank and insurance stock, at 3 per cent. is 

Attornies assessed in the whole at $ is 

Practitioners of physic and surgery assessed in the 

whole at $ is 

Merchants & traders assessed in the whole at $ is 
^imount including whole of tic o-f olds. 
Deduct for minors equipped for military duty by pa- 
rents, masters or guardians, at $10 is 
Deduct one half two-folds, added in the several 

items in said list, is 

Militia polls, other than those who are equipped, 

exempted, at $10 ' is 

Horses of cavalry exempted at $3 is 

Amount deducted, $ 

Balance, being true list state tax, $ 

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IClergy^ Altornies, Phys'cians and Postmasters in each town 
in the State. 

BENNiWGTON COCSTTT. 

1} .J/-Zm^foji.— Town Clerk, iloRn B'. Livt^rop, First Con- 
■siable, Curtis Hawlcy, Selectmen, Sam'i Buck, Wm. Hoyt, 
>Vm. MoAuley, jr ; clergy, J '^icaman, meth. — Foot cpis ; 
Aiforney, Phineiias Smith ; Physicians, Simeon Littlefield, 
jAaron McKev*, Abel Ayl.-worth, Darwin Mason j Post 
, nasters, Cyrus B. Hills, Jona. Baker, jr. 
! Be7inington.—To\vn Clerk, Wm Haswell, First Con^ 
j.Uuble, Richmond Fisk, Selectmen j Heman 'itodinson, 
jSam'i Loomis, Alvah Rice, Eiios Rudal, Calvin Gilson ; 
jOergy, Edward W. iiooker, cong. Jeremiah Hall, bap 
— Burton, meth ; Allornies, Freeman Squier, Jas. Hubbel, 
David Rohinsori, jr. John S. Robinson, Ucl AI. Robinson. 
Sam'l H. Blackmer, Pierpoint Isham, Harnion Canfield, 
Wm. S. Southwort'i, Alanson P, Lyman, Hiland Hall, 
j Nathan Hoskins, Henry Kellogg j Physicians, Noadiah 
^wift, Heman Swift, Wm. Bigelow, Jona.Cliandler, Geo 
0. Gilbert, jr ; Postmasters, Hoary Kellogg, Charles S. 
Wright. ' ' • ^ ^ • • . 

Dorset, —Town Clerk, Aztji Morse, First Constable. 
R-oyal Sargcant, Selectmen, Alvin Gray, Heman Morse,! 
Lyman Sikes ; Clergy, Wm. Jackson, cong. — Whitch- 
om, meth; Physicians, John Sargeant, W. S. ShurnwajJ 
H. W. Bell ; Postmasters, James^A. Hyde, J.J. Marsh. 
Glastenbui y.~--y^o retarns. 
Landgrave.- — No returns. 

Manchester. — Town Clerk, Lytnaa Harrington, Firs» 
Constable, Hiram J. Blackmer, scieond do. MjSJor Haw- 
ley, Sel^tmen, Elijah Collins, Hiram Walker, Jame 
Wheoctor^; Clergy, James Anderson, cong. Frei-,r;?jin Lane,] 
opis. Moses pields, bap ; Attornies, M. L. Bennett, Leon-| 
ard Sariieant, Sixenus Swift, Calvin Ward ; Physicians,} 
ISzra Isham, Geo. Tuttle, Tiios. Dunton, .Ezra ^dson. 
jThomas 6. BenjaiTiin ; Postmasters, L. C. Orvis, Bcnja.i 
jR-oherts, Factory Point. 

i Peru. — Town Clerk, Roubcn Bigelow, First Constable, 
JNathan Whitney, Selectmen, Benj. Barnard jr. Peter Dud-j 
|Iey, Jan^es Lincoln ; Clergy, Vv^. H. Stoddard, meth ; Post- 
Imaster, Daniel TutUll!. i 



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Pf>wnal. — Town Clerk, Sylvauus BanfoilJi, First Con- 
?tuble, Thoiuas Burgess, Seiecto^on, Sam'J SV'right, Elijah 
Barber, Joseph Myres Jr ; Clergy, E. Dutcher, bap ; piiy- 
skians, Benj. F.Morgan, Abcf'W. Potter ; Postmaster. 
John M. Potter, 

Readsburo\ — Town Clerk,-Sylvc.ster Bishop, First Con- 
stable, Elijah Bailey, Selectmen, David An.idon, Eiisha 
Littlefield, Calvin W.Baker; Clergy, Jeremiah Fly, ref. 
inelh. James Carpenter, bap; physician, W.Gilltlt ; post- 
master, Joel Honghton. 

^ Rupert.— Tov.n Clerk, Henry Sheldon, l<'irst Constable, 
James Sheldon, Selectmen, Seth Moore, John Phelps, Jo- 
'seph Hastings ; Clergy, David Wi!.«on, cong ; Attorney, 
Isaac Sherman ; Physician, Keiry Sheldon ; Postmasters, 
ha F, Sheldon, R uport, Grove Moore jr. East Rnpert. 
i San<Zg-afe.— Town Clerk, Walter Randall, First Con- 
stable, Samuel Thomas jr., Selectmen, Theodore Sandcr- 
,son, Clark Peck, Chailes Sayres ; Clergv, 8. M, Wheel 
ock, con. J. Beman, mdh ; Physician, H. Tucker • Elh 
an Bradley, Postnjaster. ' 

Searsburgh— Town Clerk, Joseph Eanicp, First Const- 
able, David Crousier, Selectmen, Joseph Earnes, Solomon 
Rich, John Tanner; Postmaster, Oliver Preston. 
I Shaftsbtiry—Toyvn clerk, Hiram Barton, First Consta- 
ble, David G.Cole, Selectmen, Lyman W, Monroe, Sam'l 
Ames, John Niles; Clergy, Isaiah Mattcson, Warhan 
Walker, Robert R. Bennet. bap. Enoch King, mrth. War- 
n-n Skinner, univ ; Physiciair^, Daniel Huntington, Jonas 
'Hnnlington, Frederick T. Kidder ; Postmasters, Charlesj 
Spencer, Jr. Shaftsbury, Joaa. Draper, South Shaftsbury 
' Slamford — No returns. 

Sunderlaiul~T own Clerk, James A. Graves, First Con- 
stable H. Hill, SeJeclmen, Russel Lawrence. Andrew Jiul 
:son jr. Franklin McLaughli.i ; Clergy, Needham Knights 
rneth ; Postmaster, Gilbert Bradley 2<]. • 

j Winhall— Town Clerk, Nathaniel Mellen, First Con- 
stable, John Brooks ; Selectmen, Nathaniel Meilen, Jol 
■Leonard Reuben Brooks; Physician, Job Leonard ; post 
imasier, Hardin Beebe. 

\ Woodford— Tov,n Clerk, Elislm Lyon, First Constable 
iFniletus Knapp, Selectmen, Wm. We( d, Jabcz Knapp. 
[RuelKnapp; Clergy, Joseph A. HoUi.ster, prot. rnrth : 
iPojitmaster, Ehsha. Lyon. 



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WINBHaM countt. 

^cton — Town clerk, Lerrn>ei Farwell, First constable,! 
Jonas Holden, Selectmen, H. W. Stone, Major SpragueJ 
Joseph Jennieon. 

Athens — Town clerk, Lyman Alexander, First consta- 
IMe, Micah Davis, Selectmen, Comfort Thrasher, Timothy 
H. Whitney, Amos Davis ; Clergy, E. B. Morgan, meth. 
Humj^hrey Hariis, ref. meth ; Postmaster, Ethalstan Bay- 
ley. 

BratUeboro' — Town clork, H. Greenleaf, First constable, 
P. Stewart, Selectmen, Jos. Goodhwe, Isaac Plummer, 
Sam'l Earl ; Clergy, Jona. McGee, con. Addison Brown, 
«nit. J. L. Stark, coiu — Bngbee, univ ; Attornies, Sarn'l 
fiiliot, Wr5. Jl. Hayes, Asa Green, Asa Keyes, J, Dorri 
Bradley ; Phy:jicians, John L. Dickerman, Dan*! Gilbert, 
Willard Arms, John Baiiey; Postmasters, Asa Green,' 
Brattleborough, P. Stewart^ West Brattleborough. 

Brookiine — No retards. 

J5orer— N« roturns. 

Bummer^ton-^TowR clerk, Joseph Duncan, First con- 
-■tablc, Miirf-hul Newton., Selectmen, Asa Knight, Asa 
Dutton, jr. Jothani Barnet; Clergy, Hosea Beckley, pres. 
Jona. Huntlf-y, l-ap ; Attorney, Marshal Miller ; Physic- 
ians. Sev^ el Walker, Isaac N, Knapp, Charles M. Dun-! 
can ; Postmaster, Luther Allyn. 

Grafton — Town clerk, Benj, H. Bridgman, First con- 
stable, Sam'l Walker, Selectmen, Wra. Thompson, Oli- 
ver Davis jr. Wm. Palmer; Clergy, Moses B. Bradford, 
eon. Eiastus Wiliard, bap; Attorney, David L. Putnam ; 
Physicians, Benj. H. Bridgman, Evander W. Ranney : 
Postmaster, Lucius C. Alexander. 

Guiljord — Town cl^rk. Ward Bullock, First constable, 
Geo. Robinson jr. Selectmen,! saac Brown jr. Abel ^^ eath-i 
erhead, Otis Shcpardson ; Clergy, Jacob Pierson, epis. 
Asa Hayne?, meth. Benj. Bucklin, bap ; Attorney, John 
jFhclps ; Phyiciana, Benj. W. Stevens, Dana H}de ; 
Postmasters, Elihu Fi-ld, Guilford, Edward Houghton jr. 
Guilford centre. 

Halifax — Town clerk, RufusKing Henry, First consta- 
jble, Sam'l Niks jr. Selectmen, Sandford Plumb, Elisha 
Hagar, Timothy Larabee ; Clergy, Thos. H Wood con. 
Sam'l Fish jr. bap; Attornies, Jedediah Stark, James L. 
iStark ; Physioian, Charles Houghton : Postmaster, Ttios 



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; Jamaica — Town clerk, Natb'l Cheney jr. First constable, 
John Kellogg, Selectmen, Peter R. Tai't, JN^ath'l Cheney 
jr. Hammond LLvermore; Clergy, Charles M. Brown, 
con. Perrin B. Fisk, ,bap ; Physicians, Joel Holton, Eli 
Sanders ; Postmaster, S. T. R. Cheney. 
i Londonderry — ToMO clerk, JairusB. Collins, First con- 
stable, Ruel White, Seloctnien, Elisha White, Sam'l Pat- 
terson, Lyman Whitman ; Clergy, S. Pierce, Jbap : Phy- 
sicians, Laurin G. Whiting, Jairus B. Collins ; Postmas- 
ter, Sylvester W. SheldonT 

JMarlboriigh — Town clerk, Jesse Cone, First constable, 
John Jenks, Selectmen, Simeon Adams, Phineas Mather 
jr. Phny Higly ; Clergy, Benj. H. Pitman, pres. Dana 
iBrown, bap , Physic'an, Ebenezer Tucker ; Postnvaster,! 
Jonathan Smith. 

J^ewfane — No returns. 

Putney — No returns. 

Rockingham — Town clerk, Alexander S. Campbell, Firstj 
constable, Manassah Divull, Selectmen, Richard Cobb, 
Eze.kiel WegtoJi, Cyrus Lorke; Clergy, jCarlton Chase, 
epis. Ricard M. Ely, bap ; Attornies, Daniel Kellogg, A. 
S. Campbell, Horace Baxter ; Physicians, Noah Pratt, 
jArtemas Robbins, — Howard, R. A. Severance, John H. 
Wells ; Postmasters, N. B. Roundy, Rockingiiam, RoyaJ 
Earl, Saxton's River, John H. Wells, Bellows Falls. l 

{ Somerset — Town clerk, Moses Ptke, First constable,' 
Wm. H. Snow, Selec|men, Elliot Morse, Jared Liiley, 
jHollis Town. 

I Stratton — Town clerk, Benjamin Thatcher, First con- 
stable, Abel Grout jr. Selectmen, Baxter Lyon, Stephen 
Ballard, Noah Hill ; Clergy, Joseph B. Goddard, con 
iPostmastcr, Thomas Sprague. 
' Townshend — Town clerk, LuciusJDyer, First constable, 
Eber M. Barber, Selectmen, Chapin Howard, John H. 
Brigham, Abial Stoddard ; Clergy, Horatio N. Graves, 
con; Attornies, Epaphro. Ransom, Charles Phelps; phy- 
jsicians, Joel Chamberiain, Waitstill R. Ranney, Mose^ 
iChamberlain, Charles Clark, Charles Perry, Joseph Ware, 
jGeo. Austin ; Postmasters, Epaphro. Ransom, Townshend, 
John Fessenden, West Toy^n§hend. 

Vernon — No returns. 

Wardshorough — No returns. 

Westminster— Toyvn cXerVj Sylvester Sage, First con-L 
stable, ZacheusCole, Selectmen, EHery Allbe, Edward R.j 



Campbell, John H. Stoddard ; Clergy, Sylvester Sage, 
Timothy Field, con^r Attorney, Wm. C. Bradley ; Phy- 
sicians, Pliny Safforc^', David Allen ; Postniafters, Pliny 
Safford, Westminster, DaVid Allen, Westminster West. 
I Whitingham — Town clerk; Rufus Chase, First consta- 
'ble, Wm. Hull, Selectmen; James White, Moses Morse, 
Josiah Biggs ; Clergy, Amherst Lamb, bap. Hosea F.j 
Ballou, univ. Calvin Bucklin; f w bap ; Attornies, Cluar-j 
tu3 Smead, John Roberts, Ilorace Roberts, Henry Clos-, 
son; Physicians, Horace May, Roswell Pike ; Postmas-i 
ters, Horace Roberts, Whitingham> James Roberts, Point 
Pleasant. 

I Wilmington— Town clerk, Abnet Allard, First consta-j 
ibie, WmChilds, Selectmen, AsherHaynes, Luther Chand-[ 
ler, Stephen P. Flagcr ; Clergy, H.- F. Ballou, univ. H.I 
Johnson, meth ; Attorney, Charles K. Field, Physicians, 
Abner Allard, John Pulsifer; Postmaster, A. B. Childs. 

Windham — Town clerk, Wm. Harrfs, First constable,' 
Rodney Sherwin, Selectmen, Amos Emery, Rufus Farr,f 
iSamuel Goddard ; Clergy, Selah R. Arms, con. Samuel 
Kingsbury, bap ; Physician, John Austin ; Postmasters, 
Lemuel Abbot, jr. 

RUTLAND COUNTT. 

Benson — Town clerk, Milo W. Smith, First constable, 
Zebina Field, Selectmen, William Field, Horace King, 
C.R.Walker; Clergy, D. D.Francis, Dan Kent, con. 
A. C. Hand, meth: Attorneys, Milo W.Smith, John Kel- 
logg ; Physicians, ' R. P. Cooley, S. S. Ran?om, A. H. 
Howard, Seth Ransom ; Postmaster, C. R. Walker. 

Brandon — Town clerk, Barzillai Davenport, First con- 
stable, Walter Cooley, Selectmen, C. W. Conant, Daniel 
Farrington, Levi Bacon ; Clergy, Geo. B. Ide, bap. Ira 
Jngraham, cong; Attornies, B. Davenport, E. June, A.j 
W° Broughton, R. V. Marsh , t*hysicians, Isaac F. Mer- 
riam, Luke Hale, Josiah W. Hale, James F. Mazuzan,' 
Gerry Ross, Lucius Smith ; Postmaster, W. H. Keeler. I 

Castleton — Town clerk, Oliver R. Harris, First consta- 
ble, Philip Pener; Selectmen, Sam'' Moulton, S. H. Mer-! 
rill, J C. Persons ; Clergy, Joseph Steele, con. Joseph 
Airs, meth -^ Attorniee, S. H. Mferrill, B. F. Langdon, 
Zimri Howe, S. G. Burt,L.M. Mason ; Physicians, The-! 
odore Woodward, Joseph Perkins, J. D. Woodward ; 
Postmaster, Sam '1 Moulton. 
I Chittende.n~-T own clerk, Moses Randall, First conata- 



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We, Alvan Rantlail, Selectmen, Charles Hewit, Dan Dik< 
2d, Moses Randall; Clergy, — Tajlor, con Lyman Prin 
dall, meth. 

Clarendon — Town Clerk, Dan^l S. Ewing, First consta 
ble, Lewis M Walker, Selectmen, Lenzy Rounds, Enochj 
jSmith, Benj Colvin, John L. Marsh, Peleg Simmonds;! 
Physicians, Silas Bowen, Jonathan Shaw, Seneca Wing, 
Calvin Spencer; Postmaaters, Caleb Hall, Clarendon, 
Calvin Crossman, East Clarendon. 

Danby — Town clerk, John Vail, First constable, David 
Kelly, Selectmen, Dan'l Bartlett, Edward Vail, Azariahi 
Hilyard ; Attorney, Jonathan C Dexter ; Physicians, Eli 
Learned, Albert D Robinson, Harris Otis^ Abraham Lock; 
Postmaster, Adin H Green. 

Fairhaven — Town clerk, B F Gilbert, First constable, 
Oliver Mcranville, Selectmen, Heman Slannard, Elijah Es- 
ty, Samuel Wood; Clergy, Amos Drury, con; Attorney, 
jWrn C Kitircdge; Physicians, Edward Lewis jr. Spencer 
'Ward ; Po^^tmaster, Worcester Morse. 

Hubbardlon — Town clerk, S B Walker 2d, First consta- 
ble, Pliny Holmes, Selectmen, Perry Dikeman, Levi St 
!John, Henry J Horton ; Clergy, Horatio Flagg, con — 
Solard, bap; Physician, Dan'l Robinson; Postmaster. 
Sam' I J Payne. 

Ira — Town clerk, John Mason^ First constable, Hiram 
Fisk, Selectmen, Joshua Harrington, Pardon W Wilkin- 
son, Erwin Collins; Clergy, Joseph Parker, bap; Post- 
master, Dan'l Graves jr, 

Mendon — Town elerk, Drapci Ruggles, First constable, 
John Griggs, Selectmen, Norman Hurd, Amos Fisher, 
Sam'l Caldwell. 

Middletown — Town clerk, Eliakim Paul, First consta- 
ble, John Harrington, Selectmen, Hiram Wait, Wm F 
Miner, Roswell Buel ; Cl-rgy, Guy C Sampson, con Ger-! 
shorn B Day, bap ; Attornies, Jonas Clark, Orson Clark;! 
Physicians, Eliakim Paul, Alva Paul ; Postmaster, Hor- 
lace Clark. 

[ Mt Holly — Town clerk, Dan'l Packer, First constable, 
David French, Selectmen, Ma.Mcl Johnson, Jacob Pin- 
Igrey, Chauncey Cook ; Clergy D Packer, bap ; Physicians, 
JJohn Crowley, Sylvestar Grennold; Postmaster, Hiram 
[Dickerman. 

Mt. Tabor — Town clerk, Bcnj Britton, First constable,! 
llJogcphSaxton, Selectmen, David Sawyer, Sam'l Fneter ;' 



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i Orwell — Town clerk, RoswcU Bottiim jr. First consta-l; 

'ble, Chauncey Conkey, Selectmen, Rulufi" VVhire 2d, Bi=h- i 

lop Bottum, ItJiamer Gregory; Clergy, Aaron Angier, bnp;i 

Physicians, Nafhan Galo, Joel Barber, Earl Cusliinan, — 

■Ransom ; Posfmaslcr,^Ira Snnith^2(i. 

! Ptiiolet — Town clork, Elisha Allen, First constable, Ira 

Alaiks, Srlectmon, M Brown, Oliver Hanks, J D Cobb 




ter, W B Sargcant ; Postmaster, R C Wheeler. 
I PlUsJidd — Town clerk, Levi Rix, First constable, As^a i 
^Gaiiis, Selectmen, Erastns Holt, Warner Dnrkee, Elisli;. | 
;Holt; Cler^iy, Joseph Marsh, con Dennis Wclla, meth : | 
.Physicians, L<'vi Rix, Postmaster, Dan'l Bowc. j 

1 Puts/ord — Town clerk, Sam'l H Kellogii, First consta-' 
bic, Doodat Brewster, Selectmen, P C Barlow, G F Hen-' 
idee, Harris Bogue ; Clergy, WillardChild, con AC Rice,; 
'meth ; Actornies, Gordon Newell, John G Newell; Pbj--; 
isieians, A G Dana, K Wint-low, P C Barlow, G B Arm-I 
'in::; Postmaster, Elijah Biown jr. | 

, Ponliney — Town clerk, Henry G Neal, First constable,! 
iHarlow Hosford, select:nen, James Richardson, Samuel 
.Ruggle', James Winchell ; clergy, Sylvester Cochrane, 
jcoM S C Dillaway, bap — Pague, Cyrus Prindle, meth ; 
^attoroies, Almon Warner, Elisha Ward, James S Harris; 
physicians, Ad in Kendrick, Stephen Brownson, Ebenezer 
Porter; postmasters, Wm Wheeler, East Poultney, Hen- 
|iry Sfantoy, West Poultney. 

I Ruflaud — Town cbtrk, A L Brown, First constable, Ja- 
cob Ed^ierfnn jr. selectmen, Lnther Daniels, Joel MMead, 
James Porter, John Smith, Elijah Boardman ; clergy, 'W 
Mitchell, Lucius L Tilden, con John A Hicks, epis F W 
Smith, m!th; attornies, Moses Strong, Robert Temple, 
iW^in Page, A L Bro'.r?i, R C Royce, Robert Pierpoint, 
|R R Thiall, F "W Hopkins, Solomon Foo«,E L Ormsbee, 
; M M Strong, H B Fowler, R H Waller; physicians, Jno 
jCleveliind, James Porter, James B Porter, Joel Green, 
jHenry Fifcli, [Hy^ean,] James Ross, [botanical;] post- 
masters, R K Waller, East Rutland, L L Tilden, Westl 
Rutland. ' 

I S'lerburnc — Town clerk, Noah Johnson, First constable, 
jRufus Grnvc?', selectmen, Silas Colto n, R i chard Esta-; 



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i brooks jr. Albro Arilhony ; < k»j.y, iS'«jah Johutoii, clii ; 
^postmaster, Cephas "Wood. 

Shreiosbrrry — Town clerk, Harry Holden, First coiista 
ble, Otis Janes, selectmen, Jona Buckmaster, Ziilon Ed- 
ison, Jonah Alctrich, Sani'l Howard, Joel B Low; clergy, 
jHenry Gifiord, un'iv Charles Parrar, Christopher W Mar- 
tin, chr; physicitVn, Alanson Burrows; postmasters, Ste- 
Iphen Gleason, Shfewsbnry, Levi Finney, Finney'v«vi!le. 
I Sudbury — Ti.wn clerk, Hirnm Warner, First constable.j 
AbnerHail jr. selectmen, Barnard Ketchum, Sam'l Sand-I 
a'ers, Alanson Gritlin ; clerc:y, Leoriard iMalthcws, con ;! 
Iphysicia'n/ Charles W Horton ;" postmaster, Hiram War-! 
ner. ^,. \ 

j Tinmduth — Town clerk, Geo Capron, First constable,' 
jElidJn Cramton, selectmen, John Cobb, Geo Capron, IS| 
jW Sawyer; clergy, Stephen Williams, con ; attorney, Cj 
jNoble; physicians, Theojihilus Clark, Gc6rf;e Noble. 

Wallingford — Town clerk, Ploward Harris, First con- 
stable, Hosea Eddy,, ?e|i:i!men, Sam'l M Edgcrton, Den- 
nis Hu^ett, Amo's Bucklin ; clcrj^y, Stephen Martindale, 
con Freder/ck Page, — Davis, bap .Tohn Ally, Anthony 
Rice, rneth Zeba Boynton, — JVlonroe, ref meth ; attor- 
nies, Harvey Button, A L iVlinor; physicians, John Fox 
Joseph Randall jr. David Holden jr. Ruf'Js Griswold ; post- 
master, Seth E Leonard. 

Wells — Town clerk, Ansel Goodspccd, First constable, 
Eliram Hastings, selectmen, Joseph Parks, John P: ay, 
David B Lewis ; clergy, Shub^t-l Lamb, rneth ; physTcian 
Joseph. MunsoW f p6stmasfeV, Levi Lewis. 

W£8thaven— Town cleik, Oliver Hitcljcock, First con 
stable," Curtis Kelsey, selectmen, John Ofcnsend, Horace 
Adams, Willard Hitchcock ; clergy, Reuben Sa\vycr, bap 
John' A Ayery, con ; postmaster, ApoUos Smith. ' 

WIXDSOR COUNTY. 

Andover — Town clerk, Sevvall. Smilh, First constable, 
Geo W Stickney, selectmen, C W Chandler, John Ad 
ams, Solomon Howard ; clergy, Elias Hurlburt, Joel 
Manning, bap; physician, CW Chandler; postmasters, 
Sewall Smith, Andover, Edward L Simons, Simonsville. 

Bdtimote — Town clerk, Jona M Boynton, First consta- 
ble, Earl Woodbi^r^', selectmen/ Levi Piper, Wm DavisJ 
Stephen Robinsonj clergy, Joshua Leland, univ. j 

Barnard— Town clerk, Geo R Winslow, First consf'a-j 
ble, Winslow Woods, selectm en, Ehenezer Atwood jr. Jno 



p,i ll>il_lf. ii' *teg 

r __ SI 

^ i> jr. Bcnj Tnpper ; clergy, Preston Taylor, con Wash- 
li^loa Vvilcox, inelh — Riphardson ; alloniies, Geo E 
a/^ales, A Royce ; physicians, Isaac Danforth, AlvinBur- 
ifenk, Sam'l P Danibrtli, Thomas Swift j postmaster, Jon- 
athan Smith, 

Betitel — No returns. 

Bridgettater — Town clerk, Isaiah Riiymond, First con- 
jtable, TyJoses Montague, selectmen, Lyman Raymond, 
oscs Montague, Thos V Vose ; clergy, Nehcmiahj 
ftdwardj bap Junius Spalding^ melh ; Physicians, JH 
ger, Gains P Yv~ood, Stephen D Sears. 
^ Cavciiish — Town clerk, Sum'I Adams, First constable, 
|To=eph Adams, selectmen, Sam'l Adams, Levi Jackman, 
p.iel vViieelcr ; clergy, Josepli Freeman, bap Jamesj 
rgaii, Benj Lock, i w bap Henry Dane, meth ; attor- 
., Iloiace Fiotclier, Salmon F Dutton ; physicians, AI- 
•fs Fie(cher, Archibald McEwen ; postmasters, Otis 
■'bins, Cavendish, Horace Fletcher, Proctorsville. 
Chester — Town clerk, Amos Heald, First constabie, 
iBcnj B Sargeant, selectmen, Stephen Field, Charles Lee,[ 
jD H Hilton ; cleri^y, U C Burnap, con Jacob S McCol- 
um, bap Darius Forbes, res Rufus Bruce, f wbap D L! 
jFletcher, n;' th ; attornies, Thos Robinson, Oramel Hntch-I 
jinson^ Charles Aiken ; physician?, Ptolemy Edson, T J 
I'Sarrett, Abrani Lowell, Stephen Spear; postmaster, Fhin- 
j .as O Sargeant* 

HaHlford — Town clerk, Freograce Leavitt, First consta- 
ble, Reuben Tenney, selectmen, James Udall, John Por- 
j-er, John Strong ; clergy, C B Hadduck, Austin Kazen, 
[ra Young, Roswell Shurtiiftj con ; attornies, E P Har- 
j-is, Andrew Tiacy ; physicians, Galen Hunter, Ira Ten-i 
l^ey, Thomas Carter, David Ingram ; postmasters, O H 
iN ichols, Hartford, Jacob Dimmick, Clueechy village, Eb-i 
jjner J Whitney, West Hartford. 

j Hartlaiid — Town clerk John S Marcy, First constable 
i'Lewis Merritt, selectmen John Daniels, Wm H Lummax,- 
i Buckley Zvlarcy ; clergy Sam'l Delano, con Joseph Allen, 
azeih Wm S Ballou, univ ; attorney, John S Marcy ; phy- 
;sicians, Sylvester Marcy, Henry B Brown, John Harding,! 
R. L Dodge, Dean Town, J S Miller ; postmasters, Jon-' 
lib Thompson Hartiand, John Daniels North Hartland. 
I Ludhw — T'jwn clerk Artcmas Spafibrd, First constable 
p Warrcii, selci.tmen \s'l Smith, Ariok Smith, A »Spaftbrd; 
-lersv P' tci J •>. iihr.Js ron Jnsepii iVI Graves bap ; atior- 



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Tiies Reuben Washburn, Sewal FuUam jr; physicians W 
jB Weatherbee, Ardain G Taylor ; postmaster Jno How. 
I Warwick — Town clerk Cyi us Partridge, First constable- 
jE B Brown, selectmen James Harrison, Cyrus Partridge, 
'Calvin Seaver jr ; clergy Sam'I Goddard, Thos Hall, con 
JAmasa Buck, Moses Lewis, Calvin Walker moth ; attor-i 
jnies Aaron Loveland, Harvey Burton, John Wright ; phy-j 
jsicians Horace Hatch, Ira Davis, Lyman Lewis ; post-! 
master Roswell Shurtleff. j 

j Plymouth-^FiTSt constable Sam'I Page, selectmen Araj 
iMarsh, I P Brown, John T Fnllerton ; clergy — Bur-! 
jroughs bap ; physicians Dan'l Jones, Horatio N Carter ;■ 
'postmaster Moses Pollard jr. 

j Pom/ret — Town clerk Otis Chamberlain, First consta-i 

J: jble Dan'l Howard, selectmen Gardner Winsow, Oliver 

, (Leonard, Rufus Bugbee ; clergy Joseph White con Oti? 

iWarren univ Asa Braley, Isaac Dexter chr ; physician 

jK Rus3 ; postmaster Martin Snow. 

Reading — Town clerk S C Loveland, First constable' 
Solomen Keyes, selectmen S B Shedd, Ch's Buck, L B- 
Washburn ; clergy S C Loveland res R L Harvey rneth ; 
physicians N Tolles, L Putnain ; pcsLm'iS W L Hawkins 
'Reading, W Brown Felchville, Rufus Buck S Reading. 
I Rochester — Town clerk John Trask, First constable VV 
||B Henry, selectmen Lyman Emerson, Benj Richardson. 
{James Wing 2d ; clergy Sherman Kellogg con James M 
'Fuller, Harvey Garnsey, meth ; attorney, S A Webber ; 

F-'jysicians Dan'l Huntington, Josiah Phelps, Reuben Hallj 
etire Trask ; postmaster M P Pinney. 
Royalton — No returns. 

Sharo7i — Town clerk S Shuttleworth jr. First constable! 
Freeman Page, selectmen Freeman Holt, Lyman BensonJ 
Moses Preston ; clergy S Bascomb con James Parkeil 
bap; attorney S Shuttleworth jrj physician Alba South-j 
ard; postmaster Chester Baxter. j 

Spri7igfield-~T own clerk N Co'bb, First constabh) Si 
Chipman, selectmen Jona Chase, Re«il>e:i Lockwood, Jnc- 
Perkins ; clergy D O Morton con Dexter Bates meth C: 
W Hodges bap; attornies N Cobb, S W Porter; physic- 
ians M Cobb, Eleazer Crane, H F Craue, Leonard Chase. 
Ariel Kendrick ; postmaster F A Porter. 

Stockbridge — Town clerk Merick Gay, First constable 
JD Gay jr. selectmen Joseph Chamberlain, John Taggart, 
(P W Gay; attorney Job Strong; physicians T P Fay. 



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Gaysvillc, Justin Morgan jr Stockbrid-e. 

Weathersneld-Toyvn clerk Joshna Upha.n i< irst co- 
stable Lucius M Cheney, selectmen Barnabas Dean, All - 
:ion Richards, N B Dean; cleigy J Converse con ; a.tor J 
iioy Asa Wiieelerj physicians R B Cram, — — Atvvooa ;J 
postmasters B Bartlett Wealhersficld, Reuben oquire.; 
Greenbush, Joseph Kidder Pcrkinsville, Amasa (joy coi-n 



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IVtston—To^n clerk A N Burton, First constable V\ n. 
rufner,s€iectmen A N Burton, A B Foster, Jonn A\ ilder; 
clcrf^y Justin Parsons con ; attorney Edson Allen; P"y-|| 
siciaTis Henry Gray, Seneca Caiter; postmaster jobnjj 

Wilder. „. , , , 11 

JVi7idsor"Tov.-n clerk Edwin Egerton, First con^tatj.e,, 
Leonard Person, selectmen Edwin Egerton, Joel ilau-,;, 
Nahum Swallow ; clergy Wm Horton epis J W Curtis,i 
Joseph Tracy, John Richards, con; allornics Jabez ^xr-j 
^eant, F E Phelps, J H Hubbard, S Shuttlewonh, T .^;| 
FuUerton, Asa Aiken, Edwin Edgerton, Cavlos Coolidgejjj 
P C Freeman, Charles Hopkins ; physicians, E E Piiclps,;; 
Xahum Tra3k,Dyer Story, Cyrus Houghton, Isaac Green,;! 
Charles Green, J Whiting, J Waketield, Stephen Cole, L: 
B Cole, E C Torry ; postmasters JabezSargeant WindsorJ 
G Sweetser Brownsville. ! 

Woodstock— Town clerk H C Dennison, First constablt, 
Tracy Bingham, selectmen H C Denison, B G Bigelow,' 
Slisha Cox ; clergy, Robert South gate con B C C Paiknri 
-pis Jasper Hazen chr J Campbell melh Win Bell, Jaeobj 
Holtuniv; attornies Ch's Marsh, Titus Hutchinson, Jobj 
Lyman, David Pierce, I N Cushnian, L A Marsh, Edwii.H 
Hutchinson, B Swan jr. O P Chandler, J Chandler jr Hen-;i 
ry Hutchinson; physicians John Burnell, David Palmer,' 
Willard Parker, J D Powers, J A Gallup, L F GalSnp, ; 
TC Powers, A T Leffingwell, Stephen Drew, Wiliard, 
Bowman, B O Tyier : postmasters BSwan jr Woodstock.] 
Richard Ransom South Woodstock. 1 

ADDISON COUNTY. 

Addison — Town clerk Lym&n Clark, First co)itl;ihiC 
Dan'l R Brown, selectmen Sum"! Bond, David Whitney, | 
Aaron Merrill ; clergy Burton Carpt'nter bnp Ebcn Halp-| 
ng con ; physicians F D Cheney, A.sa Snell, Isniaii Isloi-j 
^an ; poftiuttsters Asahel Barns, Gideon Seeger jr. :| 

Bridport — Town cb'rk J S ^ V mnr' . F^ \y9-t. jwm s t a M ( ! A f ' | 



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I /•niioi— No ret; 

I CurnioaU — 'J'own ci'cjk .Asah'el Biiigfein^ FiV&t ojiistf- 
^^^ J ly^^^.'On^^, sel-cclinui Jolin fc::;iJ'ord, Jesse Elsworli.J 

- liram MintT ; clorcry Jcclcdiah Jliishnel! con Anlhoir/ 
'iis:i bap ; }^]i3f.icians Fr^ed'.k -P.ord; O J Eeils, M O Por- 
•ii- 1 po?tft)as!er S&iu'l Evaitr> 

r.jrrisbursh—Tciwn cf-ik TneopJj, Middlcbrook, Fii.; 

onstabfoLcwiRKurlbiiiJ, seieclmeji Dan'l Marsh, Tijc:- 

-ield, Levi Murks j clargy J A Dudgo bap M Withori:! 

:u th ; phy;?;cid:! Jonafhan Grani: postmaster Stoddarc 

Martin. 

_ 6'05/;f?i— Tcv.n clcik Nuthan^ Capen, First constaWc 
tVin iidkiuT]), pcioclineri N Ei.lknup, Francis BrcvviJ t 
>Iol>'-)ins ; pnotn;abtcr Oliver Gibson. ' J 

HiiKcccu — No returns. ^ 

i Kin:iStcn—'ri)V.'u cit'ik Harvey Shipman, First co(ia'..i- 
.>jIc Solon CJark, selectmen iSam'l Finney, Eiisba Foid, E- ; 
-ocrEan.b: };ostniasler .So'omou Biaiiliaiij jr. 
,' -Leicv^'?;-— r,X^"»vn cbrk Wfo Gik-, Firet consfaMo J hj 

- Ale.-^scr, selectiriOh ^'ilas Johnson, Otis Caproii, E B Jen- 1 
::y ; deriiv Sani'l Ei^bujcv i:^ciii : pbvsiciati Wni Gilo : | 

c?iinasrerTh(>s DWJJhcrcH.' "*..".. . j3 

^ L'jiccln — No iciiiras. ji 

; Middiihvry — No returns. \\ 

\ J\lonkion — No roliirn?. j| 

J-^\u-.''.ciV€U — No rctiuT.s. jl 

Ponton — No retiirns. . || 

_ RipLcn — Town clerk Dan'! Chijinian, Firot cons?tibicj| 

iiiarry Downer, selcctnien Dau'l Chip!7)an, N McDriiry,!J 

teElkauah \roodcock 5 postmaster Dan) Clnpinan. '\ 

V Stili'ihurj,' — Tcwii cicik Wasiiin^ton ?vlHlor, First con-j| 

istablo Levi Brings jr ; selcctrnbn E N Brigg.s, An^ustusi 

fGravcs, Ewiiklin Bnrnp ; clergy Eli Ilycc con W ni Rid- ] 

Icrmctn; alloMiey K N Brigjis ; pbysicians AVat^hin^losrJ 

r:?etiiler, Albert JiLiu'rick ; p,<»sj hku « cr iiarvcy Dcioin 2. i 

t>liovc';'(iii — Town clerU L O Bircliard, First consiai;l> 
. . B Hanin;:ton, bvieelnvn ?ri il .leni-on, Kent Witiih; 
ilsaacCbipinan : clc»7.'y .1 F Goodhue con Kiltridge Have 1 ; 

tnfiiv ; .attornoy I H Eyore.'^l ;- phy.sic iii!!?, Nicaiior N^ ed-^ 



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jl'ham, E C Bim, XS C Cliipinun, (J iS AiiUiii^ton, Vv m Ai 
Hitchcorli ; postiaasters Ed:ii. B HII! Siiorcharn, vValtetJ 
^'liniuiin Larabec't^ point. | 

Slarksboro^ — Towa clcik E.icliaicJ Wortii,. First consta*| 
J)!e Hervcy P tiiill, seleclmon B L Knight, Tberon Down-| 
ey, Alinoa Atwood : clergy Joel BaUry frieiid — ■ Vai5ghjr| 
if \v bap J atiornpy. A H Hawkins^ phyeicians Allredi 
IClaik, ira Metcalt"; postmaster Augustus VYhite. I 

3j Vergennes — ^Tovvn clerk Win H A'v^hite, f irst conslablei 
fand ciiy 9Uei-ifrT>^ni Josljn; Ca;n_rnon council S Wilson, | 
lj¥Vm D Ward, S S Woodbridgt! clergy Aibee Loveilcon;| 
fyatoriiiea P C Tucker, E 1) 3V'oodbndgo, Pie; pent £t Par-I 
tkcy, J i^ ?vI'V.ene ; pliysicianH Athorton Hal!, Dan C Stone.,! 
Ijlrlonry I-Ievvct! ; po?tinasier Wm R Bixb)/. ,| 

•1 -r.t.U/tfiiU— "Town clerk Geo Fisher ; First constable E:| 

:iton, selectmen Tiuiothy Turner, Daa'i CJiipnuun, Rol- 
jiiii Everts. . - . . 

Weijbridgc-^-Towa clerk EGr Drake, First constable i: 




iBntei 

IVhiiing- — Toiva clerk Isaac Ives, First constable Abel| 
Walker, selectmen Joseph Sinionds, Benj Noedhan), John| 
Pally; clergy Isaac V/cscott bnp ; physicians Isaac ivcs,s 
Hiram Seelcy ; postmaster Simeon Taft. id 

OHANGE COUKTT. || 

Bradford — No returns. '| 

li Breintree — Town clerk Ammi Nichols, First constublel 
I Wrn Vesey, seioct;nen Jabez Snsith, Zenas Tliaycr, A>i-!| 
I iiuslus Flint ; cler;iy Amaii Nichols con ; physicians Jo-I 
iseph Dn Bois. Sam'l Craij, P D Bradford j postmaster N| 
[BCady. . , ^ ^^ I 

(j Brookfield — ToWa clerk Justus Edson. First constabIe| 
slElias S-.Tiith, selectmen S<Trn'l Bates, Dan'l Kingsbury,| 
|jJohn Hcrrick ;. clergy. Dan'l Wild con ; phy.cicians Yv'al-^ 
|,ter Burnhatn, Dan'l "^Vaslibuvn, Adnniiasn .Stnailey ; post-| 
I .-nasters Jolin Smith Brookfield^ Phiiip Davis East Brook-J 
I rield, W'^ni Blanchard wesfBrooktield. if 

» Clidsea — Town clerk John W Sn:i"iij, First constablel 
|H E G M'Laushlin, selectmen Joshua Dickinson, Davki^ 
I Hoodenow, Asahel Bliss ; ricrgy E J .Scott luetU ; attorn-| 
iies Thonuts Jont?, D A. A Buck, Jason Steele, Jolin \V < 
|.Srnith, Wvnian Ir^pooner; physicians Thomas Win«!ow,| 



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.'John M'Clure, Sylvanus Humphrey; postmaster John 
Stearns. j 

Corinth — Town clerk Sani'I Haseltine, First constable! 
iVleletiah Willis, selectmen Geo Sleeper, Joshua Merrill, 
Jacob Farr ; cleigy Stillman Morgan con Wm Nelson! 
aielh Nathan Brooks bap; attorney Wm Spencer; phy-j 
sicians Joshua Tenney, AKah Carpenter, E Smith ; po.st-i 
ajasters Theodore Cooke Corinth, Phineas S Stearns cast' 
Corinth. I 

Fairlee — Town clerk Grant Smith, First constable Geo; 
W Brown, selectmen Phineas Bailey, Eiias Driggs, Sam'l 
D Bonhll ; clergy Charles Cowen meth ; attornies Moul-! 
ton Morey, Sam'l T Morey ; postmaster Jerome B Bai-; 
ley. 

JsTexohury — Town clerk Isaac Bayley, First constable Na- 
thaniel Bayley, selectmen Moody Chamberlin, Ch's Hale, 
James Abbott ; clergy Richard Newhall rrteth Clark Per- 
■•y con ; attornies Joseph Berry, Peter Burbank, Abel Un- 
j'ieiwood ; physicians John Stevens, Enoch Thatcher, W 
iH Carter: postmasters Prentiss Knight Newbnry, Peter 
purbank WoUs River. ' i 

I Orange — Town clerk Reuben White, First consJaWej 
;L F Pelody, selectmen L S Burnham, Carlos Carpenter,' 
LVIoses Sargeant ; clergy Ezckiel Currier n)eth ; attorncyl 
jJonathan Emory ; physician Eliphalet M Bill ; postmas-l 
ter Orange Fifield. j 

Randolph — Town clerk Bei>j T Blodgctt, First consta-; 
ole Burdilt Sprague, selectmen Charles Carpenter, Belch- 
r Salisbury, Enoch Hebard ; clergy E J Boardman, Tilt- 
on Eastman, Salmon Hurlburt con ; attornies Wm Nut-| 
ting, Wrft Hebard, Edmund Weston, Joseph S Wash*; 
burn ; physicians J S Smith, 'Hart Smith, John Edson,! 
Austin Bradford, Walter Carpenter, J R Pember; post 
masters Royal Edson Randolph, John Gliddcn East Ran- 
dolph, Benj Jones West Randolph. ! 
Strafford — Town elerk Step>hen Morrill, First constablel 
L W Clark, selectmen John Burnham, Chase Dow, J SI 
Moore; clergy Aaron Bu2z<'ll f w bap H F Lcavitt con 
Jehial Smith univ ; attorney, Dan'l Cobb ; physicians Ai- 
bigence Pierce, Shubel Converse, Eleazer Baldwin ; post- 
'mastero Lathrop Chamberlin Straftbrd, Chailcs Barrett! 
■South Strafibrd. I 
I Thetford — Town clerk Pres West jr. First constabk- 
!\Vm Hcaton, selectmen Hcman Hosford, James DCrock- 






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ler, James Tyler jr ; clergy Elisha G Babcock, Dan Blod 
jgett con Dan'l Field, Eleazer Jor^don meth PerkinsHun-j 
Xin^ton bap ; attornies Pres West jr. Simeon Short ; phy- 
sicians Nath'l White, V/m Sweatt, S W Thayer, L S Ty-i 
ler, H H Niles, Seaver Chamberlin ; postmastrrs Thomasj 
Kendrick Thetford, M J Walker Union Village, Jeremi-j 
ah Welton Post Mill Village. ! 

Topsham — Town clerk Levi Taboi-, First constable Jes-| 
se Putnam, selectmen Jona Jenness, James Petrie, Cha'sj 
Grow ; clergy Wm Sanborn bap ; attorney P H Baker;' 
physicians Israel Hinckley, Levi Burton ; postmasters Is-[ 
lael Hinckley Topsham, Geo Jenness West Topsham. i 

Tun bridge— Town clerk C B Chandler, First constable! 
Amos Noyes, selectmen Ebenezer Hackett, Elijah Dick-' 
erman, J Hutchinson ; clergy D H Williston con J Scoti 
melh Nath'l King, N Moxley, Thomas Moxley, George 
Hackett, Dan'l Hopkins f w bap; attornies Gustuvu?; 
Roli'e, Newell Ordway ; physicians C B Chandler, Scwall 
jSeavey ; postmaster C M Lamb. 1 

i Vershire — No returns. 

i Washington — Town clerk G W West, First constable 
John Emory, selectmen Philip Sargeant, Sam'l Worthly, 
G W West; attorney Lewis Royce ; physicians J Hi 
Foster, L Burton, — Bacon ; postmaster John Stone. | 

Williamstow7i — No returns. I 

I West Fairlee — No returns. I 

CHITTENDEN COUNTY. ' 

I Bolton — Town clerk Almon Whitcomb, First conslablci 
iNoah Preston, selectmen Josep!) Morse, John Beede, Na-| 
jthaniel Stockwell; postmaster Almon Whitcomb. | 

! BuH ngton — No return?* \ 

I Charlotte — No returns. 

Colchester — Town clerk J E Rhodes, First constable! 
ICh's Collins, selectmen John Lyon, Hiram Bean, D Pi 
[Adams ; clergy Andrew Witherspoon, Joseph Ames, episi 
meth — Jones prot meth j physician Geo W Horlon ;; 
postmaster J W Weaver. 

! Essex — Town clerk Amasa Bryant, First constable Da- 
vid Kelloag, selectmen Byron Slcveus, Reuben Barrett. 
[Erasmus Chapin ; clergy Chester Ingraham bap J Brown 
Imeth; attornies D B Webster, i C^-Day ; physicians J W; 
Emory, Mason ?';lead ; postmaster Diivid Fyler. i 

Hinesburgh — Town cVcrl^ Erastus Boi=twick, First coii- 
stablc Nathaniel Miles, selectmen Joseph Marsh, John vS' 



1 Patrick, Hosca Pelton ; clergy Wm Artliur, Daniel Bcn- 

i'neii bap Brainarcl Kent con Hiram Chase meth David, 

Kenaston f w bap ; attornies Nahnm Peck, Jcs Adam?, 

Newell Lyon, J E McYene ; physicians John Workc, 

Daniel Goodyear, T L Beach f postmasler T V/ Gibb. , 

i!/?tait;J|;/o/i-^Town clerk James Aiiib!(;r jr. First con- 

istable John Juuson, selectmen John Derby, E Taylor, 

PStephen Sayleg ; clergy Charles Bowks, Josiah Wealh- 

ierbee. Orange D^ke f w bap ; atforniey Wm S Hawkins , 

iphysiciar.s Pliny P Green, E A Srnith ; postmaster Alex- 

|ander Foiguson. 

I Jeridio — Town ckrk Thomas Heed, First conatable R 
jRockwell, selectmen Hosea Spaulding, Erastus Field, W 
I A Prentiss ; clergy TiiDotliy Spaulding bap — Purmerie| 
Scon ; atlovnies D A Smalley, M B Miner; physicians J I 
pHamilloii, Gi o Kowe ; postmasters D A Sinalley Jericho, | 
I J Flamilton Jericho centre. I 

I JiiUton — Town clerk Gideon Ho.^:eie, First constable t I 
sB Sibley, selectmen L 3 Piatt, Jr»hn Hyde, Ira Yv'ilters; g 
|^;lergy Septirnius Robinson con J C Bryant bap — Amc?, | 
I — Vvitherspoon meth 'Z C Yv^ood univ — Fay epis; at- i 
Proniies V/arren Hoxsie, B H Wilson^ A G Vv'hittemnre, 1 
I Proctor x\dams, Ail^ert. Manson ; physicians D H Onion, E 
|Benj Faiixhi'd, J P CarJDcnter, Calvin Doming, J B Car- P 
ipenter ; {)ostrna?ters Lyman Burgess Milton, Calvin | 
gDeming West Milton. 
I Jilauk-Jicld—xyo returiir.. 

I Richmoiid'—Tow.'i cleik Chailes Farnsv.orth, First t;on 
istablc Sam'l Vv"hipple ; selectmen iSaUuin Fay, A B Bish- 
ipp, Abraham tSfnith ; attorney Y/ P Briggs ; ph3sic!anS: 
Seth Cole, Pi,euben Nirns ; postmaster Abraham Srnilh. 
i Shetburne — Town clerk Levi Comstock, First constable 
Jonathan Lyon, selectmen Lsaac Smith, Elijah Phelps, Ly-i 
man Monroe; clergy Louis AlcDonald epis P C Oakley: 
|metlj Nathaniel Gago ref moth ; physicians Joel Fair- 
child, Sarnuel Hall ; postmaster GarradBurritt. \ 
Si. George— ^o returns. ' 
Undcr'nill — 'Town clerk John H Tower, First constable^ 
Joseph Wills, selectmen Peter Gile, Sam'l Cluincy; John 
S Story; clergy Phinea^^ Kingsley con ; physiciah Leon 
SBartuii; postmaster Job*; H Tower, 
i WestJ'ord — No returns. 

L Wiilhlon — Town clerk Geo E Man.^cr, First constiible 
i,A F fea.xton. selectmen Nathan Stearns, Joel Tnrryll, J'T-'i 



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,1'alcoit ; clrrc;y Joseph Hurlbut con j attornius Chauncev 
IBiowncli, David French, Geo B Manser ; physiciansM 
Cole, A Bra_v, C H Swift. ; po-tmaster H L Nichols 

WASHINGTON COUSTY. 

Barre- 
sclectme 

£V -7- Sco , 

:^ewell Kinsman ; physicians Rob't Paddock, Lyman Paddock,'^ 
Walter Biirnham; postmasters James Hale Barrc, Alfred Scott j 
South Barre. \\ 





[postmaster Israel Dewey. 
ji Calais — Town clerk Gideon Hicks, First constable Ira IVI'LouJjH 
^Iselectmen Asa Alden, Joseph Blanchard, Charles Dudley ; cler-j 
i^jgy Benj. Page univ Jared L Green chr ; attorney Shubael'Wheel-l 
ifer; physicians Charles Clark, Asa George; postmasteis Jonas'^ 
jiHall Calais, Asa Alden East Calais. j^ 

jj Jbujcbvri/ — Town clerk Ira Arms, First fcons>able E W Corss/^ 
I selectmen Nathan Huntley, David Belding, Asa Baker; clergy jj 
Calvin Huntley bap. " " IS 

Elmore — Tovyn clerk Martin Elmore,Fh-st <ionstabIeH Davis,1 
selectmen Sam'l Smith, Jona Bridges, Calv'ih Smith ; physician,'5 
yoel G Camp r postmaster Abel Camp. || 

I Fai^ston— Town clerk Peter Drew, First constable Orin Wheel-\; 
ijer, selfctmen Calvin Fullerton, Merrill Tyler, Orin Wheeler. || 
i Maishfield—Tuwn clerk Jacob Putnam, First constable Wm^ 
jjMartin, suleclmen Josiah Ho'.lister, Jerem'h Carlton jr. Ira Smith;'* 
iclergv John Cap'ron chr ; physician Asa Phelps ; postmaster Hor-!l 
^cc Bliss. ' !" 

j ^/iVir^c-J^x-— Town clerk Horace Holden, First constable Doiri 
|P Carpenter; selectmen John Vincent, Horace Holden, Jesse' 
Johnson jr; clerg}^ Benjamin Chat meth JM Russel bap Wra' 
jCIark con ; physician Henry Dewey: postmaster H M'Inlire. | 
I 3lorctoivn — Town clerk Lester Kingsley, First constable Ira 
iCarpenter, selectmen Dan'l Harris, Joseph Sawyer, John Howes; 
Iclergy M L Lowell meth ; physicians Stephen Pierce, Lester 
[^Kingsley : postmaster Ira Carpenter. 

) Montpelkr — Town cleik Joseph Wing, First constable Wm' 
(Billings, selectmen Royal Wheeler, Harry Richardson, George' 
jClark ; clergy Sam'l Hopkins, Chester Wright con John M Aus-! 
I'tin Univ E Scott meth ; attornies Sam'l Prentiss, Nicholas Bay^ 
:lies, Cyrus Ware, Wm Upham, Timothy Merrill, L B Peck, O' 
H Smith, Jeduthun Loomis, Thomas Reed jr. H H Reed, Azel 
|Spalding,C J Keith, D P Thompson, S B Prentiss, J P Miller^ 
J T Marston ; physicians Edward Lamb, James Spalding, J Y! 
iDewey, D Corliss', T C Taplin ; postmasters G W Hill Montpe-j 
jlicr, Merrill Williams East Montpelier. j 

Nor (\field— Town clerk Elijah Smith jr. First constable Mos 



j 90 ' ' ' " ^ " : 

68 Robinson, selectmen Jason Eaton, Eleaz»T Nicliols, Samuel 
Fisk ; clergy Joel Winch, A B Kinsman, Arial Fay melh Ophir 
jShipman f w bap ; attornies J L Buck, B F Cliamberlain ; phy- 
•sicians Eenj Porter, Clifton Claggf't; postmaster Oliver Averill. 
; Plainfield — Town clerk James Palp, e -, First ronstable Nekth'i 
^Bancroft, selectmen Baxter Bancroft, L H Chase, Justus Kinney;* 
iclergy Joseph Thatcher con John Nasonmeth; attorney S C, 
'Eaton ; physicians Nath'l Bancroft^ Amherst Simons, DanT Kel- 
logg ; postmaster Nath'l Bancroft. 

Roxhury — Town clerk Sam'l M Orcutt, First cons; able Amos 
Wardner, selectm.en S M Orcutt, Nathan Morse, Jo»a. Willey : 
physicians Henry Boyce, Jona Webster : postmasters John ?.I 
Spalding, Shubael Yfales. 

i Stow — Town clerk Riverius Camp, First con-table Stillman 
Churchill, selectmen E'isha Cady, Nathan Robinson jr. Z W 
Bennett; clergy B 11 Fu'ler univ "M H Stewart meth — Culhr 
icon J P Hendce chr ; attorney O W Butler; physicians T B 
Downer, J Robinson, N H Thomas ; postmaster Riverius Camp. 
j WaUsJidd — Town clerk Lewis Hofden, First constable Henry 
C Jones, selectmen John Caippbell, Timothy Reed, J H Brown ; 
clergy Nathan Howe meth : attorney Wm M Pingry ; physicians 
Orange Smith, D C Joyslin, postmaster Roderick Richardson jr. 
' Warrtn — To.wn clerk Sylvanus Payne, First constable Pearly 
D Bagley, selectmen F A Wright, Wm Carlisle. Alfred Nichols; 
clergy N W Stearns meth ; physician Asahel Kendiick ; post-; 
imaster Joseph W Eldndge. 

I Worcester — Town clerk Amos Rice, First constable Milton 
3rown, selectmen Milton Brown, Dan'l Adams, Sam'l Andrews ; 
clergy Jona Kinney con ; physiciapis Tyler Mason, J S Skinner: 
■postmaster Samuel Andrews. 

j Waterhury — Town clerk Paul Dinin^'liam jr. First constable 
{Elymas S Ncwcomb, selectmen P Dillingham jr. Jacob Barnes, 
Eliakim Allen ; clersy Dan'l Warren con John Ide bap Thomas 
iBrovrfnins univ Sam'l Lord f w bap; attornies Dan Carpen-cr, 
Henry F Janes, Paul Dillingham jr ; physicians Oliver W Drew, 
Charles C Arms; pos'master Charles R Cleaves. i 

j FHANKLIX COUXTV. ! 

Bakers/idd — Town clerk S B Hazel! ine. First con.-table Rob't 
i'Dean, selecl.men Silas Pottci, S B Hazsltine, C C Stone ; clergy 
JSam'l G Tenner con Wm Richards meth ; attorney Salmon 
iWires ; phj'sicians Oliver T Houghton, Moses Perley ; postmas- 
ter Salmon Wires. 

Bdvidcrc — Tov,n clerk Alva Chaffc, First constable Josiah W 
jPotter, selectmen AlvaChafTe, Mo.-es Phelps, Stickney Hodgkins. 
j Berhtldre — Town clerk Harvey Clark, First constable Paschal 
|P Leaven-, selectmen Asahel Denriin<r, Cromwell Bnwcn, David 
Coburn: clergy Jona Sampson con Jas Rockv.ell. Wm Galusha 
calv bap Alauson Kiiburn, Perley Hall, Raymond Austin f w bap; 
:attornies Joseph Smith, Josiah Turner jr ; jjhysiciana W C Els- 
worth, J S Webster, S S Butler, B B Scarle ; postmasters Geo. 
■Worthington jr E Burk. 3 BrKdlev tTnion, P Leavens Berkshire. 



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' Cambridge — Town clerk Lj A Carlton, First constable Enoch 
jCatUon jr. selectmen John Wires, S W Brush, Martin Reyn-j 
plds : clerjry John Truair, Unionist Downs Dap Z C "Wood univ :j 
jattornics H Stowell, N Read jr Levi Joslin : physicians A HJ 

r arsons, B Selliner ; postmasters Phineas Steams, N Read jr. j 
Enosburgh — Town clerk Horace Eaton, First constable Timo-I 
(thy K Adams, selectmen T K Adams, John Adams, Jonas Bart-j 
lett ; attorney Theophilus Mansfield ; physicians Eliphaz EatonJ 
jHorace Eaton*, postmaster Isaiah Williams. 
l! Fairfax — Town clerk C M Sampson, First constable Jas Bcl-j 
ilows, selectmen Joseph Learned jr. J P Hun , Alanson Webster;! 
(clergy E Butler, I Huntley bap M Parmelce con A Hartshorn' 
Ichr ; attornies H E Hubbellj A Searle ; physicians N W Perry. 
iJ A Farnsworth, Jewet Man; postmaster Hampton LovegroveJ 
I Fairfield — Town clerk Joseph Soule, First constable Albert Gr 
loule, selectmen Joseph Soule. Aaron B Fanton, Joel Barlow jr: 
lergy Benj Wooster con J T Sabin epis — Richards meth ; at-| 
lorney Pallas Phelps : physicians Rensellaer Soule, C W Keyes,i 
liilichael Hatch ; pos'master Bradley Barlow. 

Fletcher — Town clerk Elias Blair, First constable N K Bmg 
bam, selectmen Jona Bailey, Ephraim Wheeler, Joseph EIIs-J 
worth jr; clergy Ephraim Butler bap; physician Ira Hatch 
postmaster Elias Blair. 

FrankUn— Town clerk P S Gates, First constable Clark Gales; 
selectmen Paul Gates, Hiram Bowman, Zachariah Shedd ; clergy' 
3eo Stone con John Spalding, Peter Chase bap ; at'orney J J 
Beardsley ; physician Zeri Cushman ; postmaster L H Potter, j 
Georgia — Town clerk Solomon Bliss jr. First constable James; 
Godfrey, selectmen A&ahel Johnson, Abner B Permort, John W 
Winers; clergy G W Ranslow con A Sabin, R Meersbap A| 
Witherspoon meth ; attorney H M Weed ; physicians Jonathan 
Taylor, Horace P Blair : postmaster Jonathan Taylor. 
Highgate — No returns. 

Johnson — Town clerk Cornelius Lynde jr. First constable T 
H Patch, selectmen Solomon Balch, Asa Andrews, Jno H Bum- 
ham ; clergy David Boyntonbap John Graves meth John Scotil 
con ; attornies B F Weeks, E DHubbel ; physicians Seth Clark,' 
John Meigs, Asa Kittridge ; postmaster Cornelius Lynde jr, 

Montgomery — Town clerk B W Fuller, First consta])le Henry: 
H Upham, selectmen Richard Smith, J L Clapp, Wm Parks;' 
clergy Avery S Ware con physicians B W Fuller, Alvin Lusk;l 
postmaster J L Clapp. i 

Rirhford — Town clerk John Huse, First constable Isaiah G 
Parker, selectmen Jesse Woodruff, Arial Parker, Alden Sears : 
clergy Wm Rogers bap Jay Powell meth : physician John Huse; 
postmaster Enoch Carleton. 

Sheldon — Town clerk E B Peckhani, First constable R A 
Shattuck, selectmen James Mason, Dexter Gilbert, Andrew Dur- 
kee; clergy Isaac Hill,L Saoford, — Stiles meth A B Hard epis;' 
attornies J W Sheldon, Augustus Burt ; physician"? F W Jud-J 



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[son, John Gallup, David Grant; postmasters Samuel B Sheldon 
Sheldon, Alvin Fassett, East Sheldon. 

j St Albans — Town clerk John Gates jr. First constable Josiah 
Newton, selectmen James Davis, Eleazer Jewett, Ralph Lasell ;' 
{clergy Worthihgton Smith con J T Sabine epis J D Marshal 
meth ; attornies Bates Turner, Asa Aldis, Henry Adams, R H 
Hoyt, J H Biainard, L B Hunt, James" Davis, S S Brown, ^ O, 
lAldis, J G Deavitt, John Smith, Benj H Smalley, Orlando Ste 
jvens, David Reed, M B Witters ; physicians Charles Hall, John 
L Chandler, Amos Pearson, R Kibble ; postmaster S H Barlow. 
Swanton — Town clerk Geo Bullard, First constable Bradford 
Scott, selectmen Geo Green, Dan'l Bullard, Rufus L Barney ; 
Iclergy E H Dorman' con Dan'l Sabin bap — Leonard meth Eli 
Ballou univ; attornies G W Foster, N L Whittemore ; physic- 
jians H H Broyton, H C Whittemore, Lewis Janes ; postmasters 
H B Farrar Swanton Falls, Gardner Green East Swanton. I 
j Sterling — Town clerk Thamas Wilson, First constable M'Dan-"' 
iel Gragg ; selectmen Thos Wilson, M'Daniel Gragg, Ephraim' 
jEaton. I 

I. WaterviUe — Town clerk Moses Fisk, First constable Joseph' 
Rowell, selectmen Jesse C Holmes, SlephehLeach, IraOlmsteadt- 
jclergy Elias G Pag6 meth ^ physician Wm Page ; postmaster 
Moses Fisk. 

CX1.1EDOVIK COUNTY. 

Rarn4t — No returns. 

Burke — Tovm clerk Asahel Buringtoh, First constable John' 
jEvans, selectmen Efastus Humphrey, Elam White, B F Belden;' 
clergy T J Duncan con Rufus GodJiig bap Abel Bugbee fw 
bap : physicians Abel Brown, Selim Newell : postmaster Asahei 
Buringtoh. 

Cabot — Tovi^n clerk Thomas Osgood j r. First constable Ste 
phen Hoit, seleCJmen Joseph Fisher^ Leonard Orcutt, Matthias' 
Stone; clergy Henry Jones cong Wm Herrick f w bap Ira A 
Sweetland, Sam'l G Scott, Nehamialf' Dutton meth physicians 
Parley Scott, Wm Pratt, Wm Dodge ; postmaster Geo DDana.| 

Danville — Town clerk Archelaus Sias,- First constable Elihu| 
Underwood,selectm'eh Salma Dayis, Ebenezer Thonjpsoh,-Gide- 
on Colby : clergy 1 D Newell, Lewis Fisher bap Eleazer Smith,' 
A Sias,'S Sias meth; attornies G B Chandler, Theron Howard, 
Ch's Davis, Wm Mattocks, Azor Wetherbee ; physicians E Al- 
exander, O Fuller, S Collins, B F Damon, O Morse, S Hill ; post-: 
master Israel P Dana. | 

Groton — Town clefk John Darling 2d, First constable Nathan 
Darling 2d, sslectmen Ddnl Roberts. Ira Ltjw, David Vance;; 
attorney Thomas Bartlett; physician Horatio Weld Heath'*/ 
postmaster H W Heafh. 

Hardwick— Town clerk T P Fuller, First constable Pliny Bliss,J 
jselcctmen Isaac Pennock, T P Fuller, Divine Tuttle ; clergy 
jRob't Page, J N Loomis, Kiah Bayley con David Carr, — KeU] 
Togg meth Justus Burnham ch.. attornies B N Davis, J R Skin-l 



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Lr; physicians A Smith, NB Spalding, P Bliss ; postmasters 
■L H Delano Hardwick, S H Nichols Lamoilleville, 
] JTirby— Town clerk James Church, First constable Chauncey 
Fry, selectmen OJoslyn,Orin Carpenter, Timothy Leach ; cl.^r- 

gv Luther Wood con. . i t. r- 

Lyndon— Town clerk Elias Bemis jr. First constable B Uj 
ij Hubbard, selectmen Stephen McGaffey,ptis Evans, PhihpGoss; 
clergy A Blanchard con J Templeton meth D Quimby O Willisj 
f\v bap Amos Dodge c bap: attornies Isaac Fletcher, Geqigel 
C Cahoon, Joseph A Swett; physicians Hubbard Field, Phineas 
Spalding, Freedom JDensmore ; postmasters E B Chase Lyndon,' 
E Bemis jr Lyndon centre. j 

i Newark — Towjn clerk Amos Parker, Fjrst constable Jrio Stan-, 
■ford, selectmen Olaed Johnson, Alpheus Stoddard, Horace Parker.j 

iPettcham — Town clerk Leonard Worcester, First constable Ly-^ 
n)an Lee, selectmen Jacob Blanchard, Phineas Varnum, Hazeuj 
Merrill ; clergy Leonard Wpr'cester con O F Curtis meth ; at-[ 
jtorney C W Bioss ; physicians Z K Pangborn, Josiah Shedd ; 

'postmaster Joel Walker. 

i iJi/e^^ate^— Town clerk Wra Gray, First constable RobtSym- 
'mes, selectmen John Nelson, John Cameron jr. Archibald Park; 
clergy Wm Pringle, James Milligan pres ,• physician Eli Perry ;' 
postmaster Alexander Harvey. 

j St. Johnsbiiry — Town clerk Jerry Dickerman, F>;t constable 
Jonas Flint, selectmen David Goss jr. Thomas Pierce jr. Calvin 
iVIorrJll ; clergy Jamet Johnson, Josiah Morse con Ezekiel Vose 
^niv ; attorney Ephraim Paddock: physicians Calvin Je^vett, 
Morrill Stevens, Jerry Dickerman, G G Wheeler; postmasters 
Moses Kittridge plain, J Hutchinson north, C IVIorrill east. 
! Sutton — Town clerk JC Morrill, First, constable Nathl Gled- 
jden, selectmen Luther Stoddard, Josiah Willey, Jost-ph Webster; 
'.clergy Jona Woodman bap David Cross f w bap N N Scott, I Dj, 
Rust meth; attorney P S Wheelock ; physicians J C Morrill,! 
A L West ; postmaster John Becjiwith. 

I JiValden — Town clerk Dan'l Wooster, First constable Timolhy 
■Edwards jr. selectmen Wheeten Livingston, Elisha Whitney, 
uWm Montgomery ; clergy Simeon Cheever meth: attorney Jas 
Bell; physician Seth L Smith; postmas ers Thoipas W Vin-j 
Icent Walden, Leonard Farrineton South Walden. | 

JV aterfordr— Town clerk S} 1 aius Hemmin^way, First consta- 
ble Lyman Buck, selectmen Zenas Woods, JasperStoddard, John 
Ide ; clergy Harvey White con Silas Davison bap ; attorney J 
:D Stoddaid.; physicians A bner Miles, Ralph Bugbee, Richard F 
Rojvell ; postmasters N Bishop, lower Wat. E C Parks, Wat. 

JVheelock--No returns. 

tVoqdbury — Town clerk Asaph Town, First nonstable Ebeii,- 
czer Bruce,,.selectraen Stephen Chapman, Benj Fowler, Luthet 
More ; clergy ,Wm Herrick bap ; postmaster John B Bliss. 

OSLEilMS COtTNTV. 

Albany — No returns. 



Barton — Town clerk John Kimball, First constable M Spaul- 
ding, selectmen Asa Kimbiill, Richard Newton, AC Allen: 
jClergy, Ora Pearsons, con. Moses G. Cass, meth ; attor- 
ney John H Kimball ; physician F W Adams : postmaster A C 
Allen. 

I Brownington^T own clerk E Strong, 1st const. L Spencer, se-; 
ttectmen Luke Spencer, Gilman Esty, David Foster ; clergy A L 
'Twilight ; physician J R Grow ; postmaster Silas Brigham. | 
; Charleston— Towa clerk x\mos Parlin, First constable Ebene- 
ezer Gaskil), selectmen Hilton Brackett, Chaimcy Fuller, John' 
Locklin -, Attorney J M Sanders ; physicians Elijah Robinson,' 
Andrew Spaulding ; postmasters E S' Allyn, J»a Parker. i 

: CoverUry— Town clerk Elijah Cleavland, Fiist constable Silas 
Sears, selectmen Isaac Parker, Samuel Boynton, Loring Frost j 
■clergy R A "VValkins con ; attorney Charles Story ; physician s! 
S Kendall ; postmaster Loring Fros\ | 

Craftsbury — Town clerk Joseph Scoti jr. First constable Asa' 
Hoyt, selectmen Oliver Allen, Job Hoyt, Jonathan Houghton ; 
clergy W A Chapin con S M Wilson pres G W Fairbanks 
meth Moses Flint jr bap O Wright univ ; attornies Augustus 
Young, J A Paddock. N S Hill ; physician Dan'l Dustin;" post- 
master Wm E Paddock, ' I 

Derby — Town clerk Benjamin Hinman. First constable Elisha 
Jenue, selectmen Geo Robinson, Chester Carpenter, Gardner' 
Chase ; clergy James Robertson con W M Gilford bap ; attor- 
nies I F Redfield, Myron LesHe, Lewis Marsh ; physi;ian3 Az- 
el Holmes, Lemuel Richmond ; postmasters Myron Leslie Der- 
by Line, N Colby Derby. i 

Eden — Town clerk James McLoud. First constable W H Is-' 
aacs, selectmen Walter Wheelock, Deui'I Cannish, L H Brown; 
physicians W C Atw^il, H B Austin ; postmaster E Clark. i 

Glover — Town clerk Charles Hardv, First consitahle Nathan' 
;Norton, selectmen J H Dwinell, John'Hill, E B Simonds ; clergyf 
Reuben Mason con Nathan Scott meth ; physician Dan'l Bates;^ 
postmaster Dan Giay. i 

Green&hnro — Town clerk Rei.b^n Stoi rs, First constable Jabeij 
Pinney, selectmen Samuel Hill, G A Moray, Elijah Austin ; 
clergy J N Loomis con Martin Grow bap ; attorney Sebastian F 
Taylor ; physicians Edward Clark ; postmaster Jabez Pinney, | 

Jay — Town clerk Ebenezejr Sanborn, First constable Hiram' 
Hadlock, selectmen "VVm Williams, Madison Keith, Geo Flint. '• 

Holland — Town.c'erk Ezra Hinman, First constable Joseph 
iFIetcher, selectmen Ezra Hinman, Wm Hall, Joshua French. 
I Hydepark — No returns. 
j Irashurgh — No leturr.s^ 

Lowell — Town clerk Abel Curtis, First constable Benjamin 
F Picked, select.nen John Harding, Thomas Proctor, Wheelock 
G Aldrich ; clergy Jonathan Sanipson con — Brown, — Blake 
meth ; physician John Page ; postmaster Abel Curtis. 

Morgan — Town clerk John Bartl^tt, First constable AsaHav- 
t erS) s 



rS) selectmen John Bartlet t . Jam es P Tyler, Sh ubael Farr \ djr- | 



\t0maaaatnm 



95 



py Jacob S Clark con Horace A Warner meth ; physician Leon-i 
ard Morgan; postmaster John Bartlctt. 1 

j Monistnwn — Town clerk Dennison Cooke, First constable Al- 
merin Tinker, selectmen John Walker, George W Gates, Beno-! 
niShaw; clergy Albert Stone bap Elih'i B Baxter con; attor-' 
r.ies Samuel A Wiliard, Levi B Vilas ; physicians Almeiin Tin4 
ker, D W Putnam, Horace Powers, James Tinker; postmasters: 
James Tinker Morristown, Levi B Vilas, Monisville. I 

j Ntwport — No returns. . ! 

• Salem — Town clerk Samuel Blake, First constable Calvin S 
Grow, selectmen Noyes Hopkinson, Josiah Lyon, John Hillson ; 
postmaster Josepli Morse. 
i Truy — Town clerk Thaddeus Pierce, First constable Curtis'; 
Elkins ; selectmen Ezra Johnson, Thaddeus Pierce, Ralph Cham-j 
berlin r clergy Wm E Holmes con Prosper Powell bap — Brown 
meth; attornies Samuel Sumner, Daniel F Kimball, Moses V 
[Flint; physicians Henry Corey, D PI Bard ; postmasters Fred- 
jerick Fuller Troy, North Troy. 

We&tjitld — Town clerk Thomas Hitchcock, First constable^ 
Luke Miller, selectmen Luther Page, Chester Coburn, Newton 
Hitchcock ; clerj^y Jonathan Sampson con Elisha Brown meth •}. 
postmaster Henry Richardson. I 

JVeslmore — Town clerk David Y\'i!son, First constable John! 
C Page, selectmen John C Page, William Biukford, David Wil-j 
son. 

I IVolcott — Town clerk Porter Crane, First constable George; 
H Whitney, selectmen Naihaniel Jones, Joe! Davenpert, Milton; 
;Mariin ; physician Valoius Meecker; [>C3t.Tnaster Horatio N 
iLathrop. 

ESSEX COUKTV. 

I Blooiiijicld — Town clc-k John French, First constable Enosj 
jRosers, selectmen Arad Silver, Dan'i Holbrook, Heber Walling: 
po. t ::a «r Ebenezer Burbank. | 

Bri^htun — Town clerk O Aldrich, Fir: t constable T Cory, se-, 
■lectmen O Aldrich, Timothy Cory, Amos Currier ; attorney Asa- 
Brown. I 
j Brunswick — Town clerk John Shoff, F!rot constable Daniel 
ShofFjr. selectmen John Shoff, Daniel Smith, Elias Taylor ; phj- 
.sician Solomon Hr-aton ; postmaster G W Marshall. 

Canaan — Town clerk Sargeant W Beach, First constable Sam-j 
uel B Cocj)er, selectmen Wil iam Morrill, Heman Nichols, Gil- 
,bert L Frizzel ; attorney Sanders W Cooper ; physician Charles 
iHcaton ; postmaster Micajah Ingham jr. 

I Cmicord — Tov.n clerk Harvey G Fry, First constable Alden 
JE Judevine, selectmen John S Johnson, David Hibbard jr. Moses 
jHill*; clerjiy Solon Mania con ; attorney David Hibbard jr ; phy- 
jsicians Seneca Sargeant, John Wheeier Jr ; postmaster Brig-I 
'ham Pike. 

Granhy — Town clerk Oershom Carpenter. First constable 
Gershom Carpenter, selectmen Ashley App'.eton, Benjamin S| 
■Clark, Abram Vv" Rice : clergy James Tisdale con 



96 



I GtiiUUiall— Town clerk John Dodge, First constable Joshua 
'Hopkinson, selectmen John Podge, Horace Hubbard, Daniel 
Howe- clergy James Tisdale con ; attornies Seth Ciishman, 
fjaraes'Steele, John S Wells ; physician^ Samuel Curtis, John 
Dewey : postmaster Seth Cushman. 

, j Lemington — Town clerk Abdiel Blodgett, First constable Buck 
Blodgetf," selectmen A W Buffington, Joseph, Jones, Thomas 
Holbrook ; postmaster i^iils De Forest . „. 

'( Z.unenhwr^'/t— Town clerk Stephen H we jr. First constable 
Geo W Gates, selectmen Mitchel Silsby, Willard Kipg, Enoch 
iThomas ; clergy Jeremiah Glines con Nathan O AVay meth — 
Chamberlin bap : attorney Wm Hey wood jr ; physicians Daniel 
Egeiy, F L Lane, Albert Winch, Tberon Webb; postmaster 

Daniel Egery. , , ,^ 

I Maidstone— rT own clerk William Rich, First copstable Orson 

Stevens, selectmen Rich Stevens, Daniel Rich, John O Walker, i 

I GRAND-ISLE COUXTY. ' j 

I Alburgh — Town clerk Lewis Sowles, First ' constable GeorgeJ 
•Mott, selectmen Joseph M Mott, William H Lyman, Nathan 
Kmsley : clergy John Frazer meth ; attornies Charles H Perri-| 
!go, G Harrington, F Hazen; physicians J S Berry, H H Rey-.: 
nolds, S S Searls ; postmaster J Leffingwell. 

Grand-Isle — No re,turns. j 

Isle la Mott-r-Town clerk Ira Hill, First constable Minos Mc! 
Rdbert, selectmen William Stephenson, WiUiam Wait, Ezra 
Pike jr ; clergy William Wait prot meth : physician Minos Mc; 
■^Robert ; postmaster Ira Hill. j 

I North Hero — No returns. j 

I South Hero — Town clerk Bird Landon, First constable Albert' 
'C Butler, selectmen Calvin Fletcher.-Samuel Boardman, Loren-! 
zoHall; clergy Asa Lyon con Abraham Half meth; attorney! 
Hector Adams; physicians Albert C Sutler ; postmaster Hector 
Adams. 

IQ^The following are the principal post offices in the state,' 
with the comoensation of thp postmaste/s for the year ending. 
March 31, IS33. 

Office. Postmaster. Corap. 

Burlington, Ephraim Mills, .§734 84 

Brattleborough, Asa Green, 1058 13 

Danville, '' Israel P Dana, 193 21 | 

Montpelier, George W Hill, 39120 

Middlebury, C C Waller^ 801 98 I 

Newbury, Prentiss Knight, 101 13 

Randolph, Royal Edson, 1^6 Bo 

Royalton, John Warren, 1$) 6t 

Rutland, R H Waller, 861 47 

St. Albans, S H Barlow, 301 79 

Windsor, Jabez Sargeant, 563 44 

Woodstock, Benj. Swanjr. 3.&0 06 



mmmi^mtmmmmmmmi 



97 

ICj^Tke folloiving returns of Toicn Officers lOere not re- \ 
ceived in season to be inserted hi their proper places. 

Bennington Co. — Glasienb'dry. Town clerk, Luman Hewes, 
first constable, Asa G Hewes, selectmen, Lunian Hewes, Elijah 
Hewes, jr. Mark Hotchkiss ; physicians, Elijah Hewes, Asa G 
Hewes. 

Stamford. Town clerk, Otis Philips, first constable, Rufus 
Millard, selectmen, Reuben Smith, Stephen C Miliard, Stephen 
tJook ; clergy, — iKazen, meth^ attorney, Dalraon N Stroud ; 
postmaster, John N Wilmarth. 

Windham Co. — Brookline. Town clerk, Jacob Burditt, first 
constable, Ephraim H Mason, selectmen, Sajnue! Adams, Samu- 
el Stebbins. Isaac Wellman, 3d ; clergy, Dana Brown, bap. Eli- 
sha Hall, ref meth; physician, William Perry. 

Dovets Town clerk-, Fayette Perry, first constable, Alvin 
Gould, selectmen, Fayette Perry, Lyman Howe, Jedediah Esta- 
biook; clergy, Jarnes Mann, bap.' Daniel Leonard, fwbap; 
physician, Jedediah Eslabrook ; postmaster, John Rice, jr. 

'Nevfane. Town clerk, Joseph Ellis, first constable, John A 
Merrifield, selectmen, Sir Isaac Newton, George Williams, 2d. 
Isaac Eddy ; clergy, Wm H Hodges, meth. John F Griswold, 
icon; attorney, Roswell M Field ; physicians, John Wilson, 
'Chester Olds," Elihu Kalladay; postmasters. Dexter Holbrook, 
JFayettevilie, Jason Duncan, "jr. Williamsville. 
I Putney. Town clerk, James Lowe, first constable, William 
Houghton, selectmen, A Campbell, Samuel Wheat, David Fos- 
■ter; clerg}', Amos Foster, con J Woolcy, E B Morgan, meths : 
altornies, P White, James Crawford ; physicians, A Campbell, 
John Campbell : postmaster, James Keyes. 

Vernon. Town clerk, Cvrus Washburn, first constable, Syl- 
vanus Harris, selectmen, Cyrus Washburn, Eoenezer Howe, jr. 
Isaiah W Johnson ; clergy, T F Rogers, unit ; pnysician, Cy- 
prus Washburn \ postmaster, Marshall Whithead. 
! Ward.<tboro\ Town clerk, Asa Wheelock, first constable, 
iWales A Bridges, selectmen, Asa Underwood, jr. Heni-y Gro- 
over, Solomon Newell ^ ck-rgy, James Tufts, con ; physicians,} 
Paul Wheeler, John P Warner, OrviJlc Gilman; postmasters, 
James Tnfts, Wardsboro', Jackson Newell, North Wardsboro', 
jPeter Hammon, Hammon's Mills. 

TVindsor Co. — Bethel. Town clerk, Simeon Babbet, first con- 
jstable, John Woodbury, selectmen. Alvin McKenster, Daniel 
iWoodbury, Benj B Lincoln ; clergy, Francis L Whiting, ■ con 
lEri Garfield, un James Sabin, ep Washinwton Granger, Andis 
jF Bullard, meths — Chamberlin, bap ; attorney, Julius Con- 
jverse : physicians, Alfred Paige, Joel Angier, — Pearsons; 
Ipostraasters, Leonard Fisk, East Bethel, Samuel Austin, jr. W 
HBethel. 

RoyaUon. Town clerk, Richard Bloss, first constable, Lind- 
iley Bowmau, selectmen, Jonathan Kinny, Harry Bingham, Johnj 
'Marshall ; clergy, A C Washburn, con ; attomies, John Fran-t 



93 



CIS, Alden C Noble, Nathaniel Sprague ; physicians, Joseph A i 
[Deniscn, Joseph A Dennison, jr. Richard Blosj ; postmaster, — \ 
Boardman. \ 

Addiaon Co, — Bristol. Town clerk, Horatio Nctdham, first; 
IconsTable, James T Barlow, selectmen, Solomon Drake, Amos| 
Eddy, Harvey Munsiil : clergy, H Chase, ep meth — Moore,, 
bap 5 attornies, Horatio Needham,. S H Ho!ley, P PHolley, Ly-! 
man Munsoii, James Andrus,jr: physicians, Orrin Smith, Kufus 
Gilford ; postmaster, Datns li. Gaijjc. j 

Fcrrisburgk. Town clerk, Thcophiius Middlebrook, first con-j 
stable, Lewis Hnrlbut, sejectmcn, Daniel Marsh, Thomas Field,' 
Levi Maiks; clergv, John A Dodje, bap; physician, Jonathan! 
Cram ; postmaster, Stodard Martin. 1 

Hancock. To'vn clerk, Zcrah Barn?, first constable, Ehndl 
Darling, selectmen. Charles Church, John Hackett, Amos Fas- 
sett; physicians, Hiram Morgan, Joseph Billings; postmaster,' 
Royal Flint. 

Lincoln. Town clerk, Nathan Johnson, first constable, "VVm 
is Aborn, selectraen. John Bush, Wm Mitchell, "VVm Pope ; cler- 
jgy, Benjamin Tabor, Nathan Page, friends, Ziba Pope, f w bap;; 
physicians, Benjamin Tabor, Luther M Kent. | 

Monhton., I'own clerk, Ethan Smith, first constable, Samu- 
el Fuller, selectmen, Nathan Smith, Lyman Smith, Luther R 
Eaton ; clergy, David Ferris, prctmeth Sam'l H Tupper, meth ; 
physicians, Dan Stone, G E Stone, Ira Smith ; postmaster, 
Daniel Collins. i 

Newhaven. Town clerk, Justus Pier, first constable, Harry 
Goodrich, selectmen, Osman Doud, Joseph Everts, James Sax- 
ton ; clergy, Enoch Mead, con; aliorney, J C Bradley; physi- 
cians, Aden Kail, H A Smith, E D Warner, Warner, Cuilen 
BaUard; posimastcr, Hubbard Cook, J C Bradley, East Mills, i 

JSIiddlehury. T'nvn clerk, JiJisha Brewster, first constable, 
Joseph McDonald, sehctmen, Nahum Parker, Otis Goodrich, 
Zaclieus Bass : clergy, S A Crane, ep HH Kaft". bap T A Mer- 
rill, con C P Clatk, rneth; attornies, Selh Storrs, Horatio Sey-: 
mour, Joel Doolittle, Charles Linsley, George Chapman, Calvin 
C Waller, Ozias Seymour, Dorastus Wooster, Harvev Bell, Wm 
Slade, Peter Starr, Jedediah S Bushnell, Joseph N Chipnian, 
E D Barber; physicians, Wm Bas=, Edward Tudor, Zacheus' 
Bass, Ralph Gov.'dy, Wm P Russell; poslrnasicrs, C C Wal- 
ler, Middlebiiry, Timo'hy INIatthcws, jr. East Mlddlebury. , 

Panton. Town clerk, Silas Pond, first con.~table, Augustus S 
Harris, selectmen, Enoch Kent, Silas Tappan, John Childs ; 
clergy, James Ten Brook, bap; physician, Morris Smith ; post-i 
mas.er, Calvin Hyde. ' 

Oravge Co. — Bradford. Town cletk. Andrew B Peters, first | 
constable, Ellis Bliss, selectmen, Levi Crlby, Daniel Martin, i 
John Pearsons : clergy, George W Canipbei), con Benjamin R 
Hoit, Charles Cowen, Joseph Claik, melhs — Capron chr : a'-i 
lornies, Seih Austin, jr. J W D Parker: physicians, John Pool,i 



iV/m Martin ; postmasters, Alfred Corliss, Bradford, Pesl^tiaH 
i Corliss, West Bradford. 

Brook fidd. Physician, J B Pride. _ 

VcrsJure, Tovi'a clerk, Thomas Keycs, first constable. Wm 
•E Eastman, selectmen, Simfon Bacon, Geo W Maltby, Wm ; 
Boardman ; cler£f\^, John Suddard, con Joseph Flagsr, f w bap ; i 
physicians, P,C B'enneft, Ezra Bliss ; postmaster, S F Spc-ncer. ! 
"iVest JFair'lee. Town clerk, Elisha Thayer, first constable, j 
^Stephen Thoma?5 selectmen, David Robinson, jr. John Hous 
•Azariah Wild; clergy, Daniel Blodgett, con ; physician, Alfred }| 
Pixley; postmaster, Allen B Sout'ivvorth. 

IVil'.iamstcwn. I'own clerk, Darius Pride, first c-onstable, E- 
leazer Graves, selectmen, Elisha Gale, Gurden Martin, Alven 
Smith ; clergy, Daniel Rcck-.ve]l, con Friend Blood, bap Elihn 
Scott, meth ; physician, Z P Burnham; postmasters, Elijah: 
Paine, Wiiliamstov.n, Rcdolphus Ainsworth, E WJihamstCA-n. 

Caledonia Co.^^Barnet. Town clerk, John Sha^v, first con , 
^stablr, Silas Kelle}-, selectmen, David Gibson, Wm Warden, 2d. ; 
|iWm Stewart: clergy, Thos Goodwillie, pyes — Merriam, bap ; ; 
W.tornies, Mordecai Hale, Sam-iel B Chandler; physicians, John ; 
•McNabb, Socrates Tuttle, Jonathan F Skinner; postmasters i 
John M.-Nabb, Plenry Stevens, L P Parks, j 

Shejieli. Town clerk, James Townsend, first constable, Ste- i 
plien Drovrn, jr. selectmen, Sewatl Bradley, Masy Davis, John 
P Ingalls ; physician, John Megs ; postmaster, Harris Smith. 

VVheelock. Town clerk, Josiah Lane, first constable, Aaron 

Melvin, jr. selectmen, Jonathan Taylor, Elisha Davis, jr. Chas! 

Mathewson ; clergy, Shubael Boston, Jonathan Nelson, fw bap ; i 

phvsician, Frederick Leavenv.orth ; posfma^ier, Elijah Bagley, ' 

Orleans Co. — Albany. Tov.'n clerk, Luther Delano, first con-: 

stable, Joseph B Chamberlin, selectmen, Rufus B Hovey, John! 

iFairman, -Horace Diirkee ; physician, Dyar Bill; postmaster,! 

iDyar Bill. ' ' , 

I Hydepark. Town clerk, David McCIuer. first constable, Jas 
■Tobv, selectmen, Abner Flanders, Breed Noyes, Leri Egerton ; 
clergv, David Ciemcnt, metii ; attornies, Joshtia Sar/yer. Artim- 
eus B Lar^abee ; phvsician, Ariel Hunton ; postmaster, James i 
■Toby, 

i IrashiirgJi. Town clerk, Thomas Jameson, first constable, 
Jacob French, selectmen, Joseph Wiggins, M B Kimball, Sabin | 
Kcllam : clergy, Bue! Smith, con : — Aspinwall, — Dow, meth : 
laltornies, Elisha H Starkwether, Jesse Cooper, jr. : physician, 
JAaron Pierce \ postmaster, George Nye. 

I jyrciipjTt. -Town clerk, Seymour Lane, first constable, Joel 
R Daggett, selectmen, Sumner Frost, Asa B Moore, Levi 
Jones; clergy, Harvey Clark, bap ; Pinckney Frost, meth ; phy- 
sician, Thomas Glysson. i 
Chittendeji Co. — Burlington. Town clerk, Charles Russell,} 
first constable, HvmarrLane, selectmen, Samuel Nichols, Burrel;' 
Lane, Wm A Grisv/old ; clergy, Geo G Ingersol, unit J K Con-, 
verse, con John H Hopkins, ep^Merritt Bates, msth Jeremiah 0;i 



1 II. II ill I I fr li^M. 

100 



Callighan, rom cath ; attornies, Charles Adams, Heman Allen I 
Geo P Marsh, Wyllys Lyman, Israel P Richardson, John P 
pichardson, Jacob Maeck, A W Hyde, Wm A GrisWold, John ' 
IN. Pomeroy, Alvan Foote, Henry Leavenworth, Charles Rus- '' 
heW, Asel Peck, S M Parsons, Lyman Cummings, Phineas Lv- ' 
iman, Wm Weston, E L B Brooks, Fred G Hill, Amos Biodcret I 
Rodney D Hill, Carlos Baxter,^ G B Sawyer, JM Eldridae'i 
;physicians, John Pomerov, Truman Powell, Thomas Chamberlin ' 
■Robert Moody, William Atwater, HoseaP Cobb, Joseph Marsh •' 
postmaster, Ephraim Mills. " ' 

j Charlotte. Town clerk, Saml H Bams, first constable, Bird- 
?^y^Newell, selectmen, Lyman Yale, Oran Hosford, Elanson H 
iVVheeler; clergy, Wm E-4ton, con Justus Bvington, refmeth 
J P Uakley, ep melh John A Dodge, bap ; attorney, Wm Noble • : 
pnysicians, Joseph D Farnsworth, John Strong. Elisha Baker' : 
Lu.^^.er Stone, jr. Joel Stone, Harmon Hurlburt : paslmasttr',' 
jvV illiam Noble. ' 

j Mansfield. Town clerk, Nathaniel Butts, first constable, Ivo- • 
iry Luce, selectmen, John A Simonds, Nathaniel Butts, Lewis ' 
Harlow. I 

1 St. George. Town clerk, Reuben Lockwood, first constable,' 
Horace Ferris, selectmen, Reuben Lockwood, Eben'r IshamJ 
.Sherman Beech. j 

I fVestford. Town clerk, Aaron Parks, first constable, William ' 
Henry, selectmen, Samuel Thrasher, John Allen, John Sibbley • ! 
lidergy, Simeon Parmelee, con Isaiah Huntlev. bap ; physicians', 
jThomas Haynes, Thomas Wilkinson; pos'tmaster, Josephus 
{Whipple. I 

Frnnlin Co.-^Hi'^hgate. Town clerk, Jesse Carpenter, first- 
jconstable, Luther KDrury, selectmen, Elkanah Albte, Luther' 
■Meigs, Israel S Jenison ; clerey, S Crane, ep Thos Best, meth ; 
|attornies, R I. Paddock, L E Pelton, H P Johnson : physicians, 
Ijl^rankiin Bradley, Joseph B Cutler; postmaster, S W Keyes. 

Grand Isle Co, — Grand Isle. Town clerk, James Brown, first 

-constable, Jabez Ladd, selectmen, Henry C Boardman, Lewis 

l;Ladd, Samuel Adams ; clergy, Asa Lyon con — "Wood, meth j 

'physicians, Meivin Barnes, Uhauncey H Burgess ; postmaster, 

*AHWHyde. 

,, North Hero. Town clerk, Joel Allen, first constable, Gary 
jlWhitney, selectmen, Solomon Hazen, Joel Allen, Augus'us 
jKnJghl; clergy, — AVood, meth; physician, Gary Whitney ; 
ipostniasier, Horace Wadsworth. 

ATTORNIES, PHYSICIANS, &c. IN VERMONT. 
I These were as- essed in the Grand List for 1834, 144 attor- 
nies, 245 physicians and s'lrgeons, 883 mechanics and manufac- 
turers, S02 merchants and traders. The number of attornies for 
Benning:oa County is not given. We apprehend the Grand 
'List does not give any thing near tlie full number; in Washing- ' 
);tcn County for instance, the List gives 8 attornies, while the true ; 
number is not less than 27. 



101 



Vivii Oovernnient ot Vermont ^ 

FOR THE POLITICAI. YEAR 

Commencing October 1834, and ending October 1835. 



EXECUTIVE. 

WILLIAM A. PALMER, 

GOVERNeR, Danville., 

LEBBEUS EGERTON, 

LT. GOVERNOR, Moiitpelier. 
COUNXILLORS. 



Bennington Co. 
Windham. 
Rutland. 
Windsor. 
AdJison. 
Oranse. 



Hon. Isaac Sherman, 

Austin Birchard, 

ZiMRI HCWE, 

Ai.LEK Wardner, 
S. H. Jennison, 
Daniel Cobb, _ 

W M. A. Griswold, Chittenden. 
Henry F. Janes, Washington. 
Geo. C. Cahoon, 
Jasper Robinson, 
Geo. Greek, 
H. R. Beardslet, " 

Geo. B. Manser, Esq. Secretary to the Governor 

and Council, Willitlon 



Caledonia. 

Orleans. 

Franklin. 



Augustine Clark, Treasurer, Danville. 
Timothy Merrill, Sectetary of State, Montpelier. 
David Pierce, Auditor, Woodstock. 
Charles Davis, Auditor in the Treasury Department, Dan- 
ville. 



LEGISLATIVE. 
!E. N. Briggs, Salisbury, S{>eaker. 
jE. D. Barber, Middlcbury, Clerk. 
JD. P. Thompson, Montpelier, Engrossing Clerk. 



j Towns, 

\.irli7igton 

Beiiningtci} 

Dorset 
\Glaste'iibury 
\Landgrove 
\Manchester 



BENNINGTON COUNTY. 
Members. 
Asahel Hurd, 
John Norton, 
Paddock Gray, 
Mark Hotchkiss, 
Cephas C. Tuthill, 
Elijah Collins, 



Pop. 


Gr.List. 


1207 


14480 


3419 


^3368 


1507 


10962 


52 


372 


385 


2054 


1525 


19171 



Towns. 
Pcicnal 
Peru 

Rcadshoro' 
[Rnpsrt 
■Sandgcte 
\Scarsbu)'gh 
• Shaft sbury 
^Stamford 
,Sunderla7id 
Winhail 
\ Woodford 



:Actun 

Lithens 

Brookline 

Brattleboro^ 

Dover 

Du-.nmcrston 

Graflon 

Guilford 

Halifax 

•Javiaica 

Londonderry 

Marlboro'' , 

\Veicfane 

Pidney 

Rockingham 

Straitoii 

Sor.ierset 

Toionshend 

' Vernon 
JVestminster 
Whitingham 
IVilminglon 

; Windham 
Wardsboro' 



Benson 
Brandon 



Members. 
Benjamin Stevens, 
B. Barnard, jr. 
Wni. Sanford» 
Joseph Parkfir, 
T. Sanderson, 
Luther Park, 
Jrsse Black nier, 
Alanson Co'.vla, 
Wm. Landoii, 
Nathaniel Ivlelien 
Joseph Knapp. 




J7470 $153626 



WINDHAM COUNTT. 

not rep. 

T.K.Whitney, -^'^ *"-r 

Thomas Crane, 37G 21 /o 

Lemuel Whitney, SHI 230M 

Lyn.an Howe, 831 o984. 

AsaKni-ht, 1592 9S9o 

Wm. Stickncy, 1439 9320 

Nathan Conant, 17ti0 130SI 

James L. Stark, 1552 9132 

Peter R.Taft, 1523 7ofa6 

Ruel White, 1302 5658 

Simeon Adams, 1218 6G58 

G. Williams-, 2d. H41 114G7 

A.Campbell, 1510 HoSl 

Wm.Henrv, 2272 20565 

B-Thutche;; 312 1301 

Elliot Morse, 245 146b 

Chapiii Howard, 1386 b^VJ 

Eli Lee 681 6897 

Mark Richard., 1737 14422 

Nathan Brown, 1477 9937 

Alanson Parmelee, 1367 8bt)5 

Levi Kimbali. 847 4^11 

not rep. 1^8 808C 

28748 S205431 

Rowland P. Coolcy, 1493 3440 

C.W. Conant, 1940 164/2J 



T 



103 



Town*. 

\Castleto7i 
iClarendon 
\C'iiltenden 
\Danby 
\F.iirhaven 
YHubbardton 
\[ra 

\\J\Iendon 
Middietown 



iMount Holly 

iMotnit Tabor 

lOrtoell 

iPatoIet 

Ipittsfield 

[Pttts/ord 

Poultney 

Rutland 

Sherburne 

Shreicsbury 

Sudbury 

Tinmouth 

V/allingJord 

Wells 

West Haven 



\Andover 

\Baltimort 

\Barnard 

\Bethel 

[Bridgtwatcr 

Cavendish 
\Checler 

Hartford 
■Hartlatid 

Ludlow 
J\''orioich 
'Plymouth 
''Pomfret' 

Reading 

Rochester 

Royalton 



Members. Pop. 

John Meacham, 17S3 

A. F. Campbell, 1535 

Jonas Vv^het'Ier, 610 

Daniel Bartlett, 1362 

Ira Leonard, C7.j 

Ira Jennings, 865 

John Mason, 443 

Edward Mussey, 432 

Orson Clark, 919 

David French, 131 S 

not rep. 210 

T. D. Hammond, 1593 

Elisha Allen, 1965 

Levi Rix, 505 

not rep. 2005 

Almon Warner, 1909 

A. L. Brown, 2753 

Silas Colton, 452 

not rep. 1239 

James K. Hyde, 812 

Eliada Crarnton, 1049 

S. M. Edgerton, 1740 

Joseph Park?, S80 

John OfensGnd. 724 



G. List. 

15903 

14066 

4533 

1 3038 

5507 

6176 

3727 

1683 

8716 

8149 

1324 

20332 

17D3J! 

322? 

17.95:3 

18253 

27054 

1322; 

S250i 

7021 

7411 

3 3292; 

5910! 

5579i 



31295 $269574 



WINDSOR COUNTT. 

Jerry Adams, 975 

not rep. 179 

S. S. Hemenway, 1881 

John Woodbmv, 1007 

Lvman Raymoiid, 1311 

Jo'siah Gllson, 1498 

Stephen Field, 2320 

Andrew Tracy, 2044 

Wells Hadley, 2503 

Bewail FuHam, Jr. 1227 

Alden Partridge, 2316 

Samuel Page, 1237 

J. Tinkham, Jr. 1867 

S. C. Shedd. 1409 

John Trask, 1392 

Samuel Selden, 1893 



5632 

1592 

11972 

13606 

S816 
14377 
20686 
19776 
21489 

9768 
16337 

5746 
12994 
122121 

SI 52 
14844 





104 




11 


Towns. 


Members. 


Pop. G List.H 


Sharon 


not rep. 


1459 


12798 i 


Springfield 


Russell Burke, 


2749 


21641 


Stockbridge 


Wm. A. Miilett, 


1333 


8490l 


TVeathersJitld 


Barnabas Dean, 


2213 


20559 


Weston 


Asa B. Foster, 


972 


5051 1 


Windsor 


Carlos Coolidge, 


3134 


31228 


Woodstock 


Daniel Taft. 


3044 


31778 


40C23 $ 


330236 




jkBDISON COUNTY. 




13482 


Addison 


Lyman Clark, 


1306 


Avery^s Gon 


not rep. 


33 




^■Bridport 


not rep. 


1774 


17299 


Bristol 


Abraham Gaige, 


1247 


7137j 


Cornwcdl 


Asahel Bingham, 


1264 


12520; 


Ferri&bur^h 


Zuriel Walker, 


1822 


14431 


Gosihen 


Nathan Capen, 


555 


2501', 


Hancock 


Jo?iah P. Brooks, 


472 


. 2482' 


[Kingston 


Isaac Parker, 


403 


2118 


Leicester 


Wm. Gile, 


638 


4553' 


Lincoln 


John Bush, 


639 


3514 


Middlehurrf - 


Elisha BreM'ster, 


3468 


24364 


Monklon 


M. \V. Kinsley, 


1384 


92781 


J^cwhavexk 


Adin Hall, 


1834 


15259 


Pnnton 


Enoch Kent; 


605 


6099 


[Ripton 


not rep. 


278 


1186 


Haiisbiny 


E. N. Biiggs, 


907 


7153 


\Sh0reha7n 


Isaac Chipman, 


2137 


20949 


\Starksboro,* 


Wm. Worth, 2d. 


1342 


5424 


\Vergen71en 


E. D, Woodbridge 


, 999 


7091; 


\Waltham 


George Fisher, 


330 


2982 


\ Weybridge 


Benjamin Wales, 


850 


6496 


Whiting 


B. Needham. 


653 


6516; 




24940 


$192843: 


\ 


ORANGE COrNTT, 




i 


Bradford 


Arad Stebbins, 


1507 


13115" 
7184' 


\Braintree 


Nathan Harwood, 


1209 


.Brookfidd 


T, Kingsbury, 


1677 


12026 


[Chelsea 


D. A. A. Buck, 


. 1958 


14628 


\Corinth 


Plant Sawyer, 


1953 


16081 


IFairlee 


not rep. 


656 


3834 


\J\rewbnry 


A. B. W. Tenny, 


2252 


18542 




Towns. 
Orange 

[Randolph 
Strafford 
Thetford 
Topshajn 
Tunbridge 
\Vershire 
Washington 
West Fairlee 
Williams toioi 



Barre 
Berlin 

C dais 
i- xbxiry 
^Elmore 
I Fayston 
fMarshfield 



Middlesex 

Monlpelier 

Moretoion 

J^''orthfield 

Plainfield 

Roxbury 

Stow 

Waitsficld 

Wurr €71 

Worcester 

Waterbi'.ry 



Bolton 

[Burlington 

\Charloiie 

\ Colchester 

\Essex 

'Hinesburgh 

[Huntington 

Jericho 

[SMansfield 



Members. 
L. S. Burnham, 
Martin Flint, 
A. Pierce, 
J. C. Hamraond, 
Jame3 Petrie, 
E. Hackctt, 
Simeon Bacon, 
Stephen Burton, 
P. Kimball, 
Enoch Howe. 



Pop. 
1016 
2743 
1935 
2113 
1384 
1920 
1260 
1374 

841 
1487 



G. List. 

4778 
23209 
14580 
14318 

8625 
15454! 

84621 

8171; 

6008| 
12032 



27285 $2010541 



WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

John Thwing, 2012 

Orren Smith, 1664 

S.Wheeler, 1539 

L. C. Turner, 652 

Martin Elmore, 442 

Peter Drew, 458 

not rep. 1271 

Holden Putnam, 1156 

Wn>. Billings, 2985 

Wm. Harris, 816 

D. Robinson, 1412 

John Vincent, 874 

Nathan Morse, 737 

U. Wilkins, 2d 1570 

Jason Carpenter, 958 

not rep. 766 

Milton Brown, 432 

P. Dillingham, Jr. 1650 



14392 

10503 
7705 
3028 
2180 
19401 
6332! 
6663J 

23579| 
4320. 
8S34| 
5339 
33051 
87841 
7508] 
4378 
1780 

10369 



21394 $130946 



CHITTENDEN COUNTT. 

A. Whitcomb, 452 

J. Van Sicklen, Jr. 3526 

Noble Lovely, 1702 

J. W. Weaver, 1489 

Albert Stevens, 1664 

Amos Clark, 1669 

Benjamin Allen, 929 

not rep. 1654 

N. Bntts, 279 



1769, 
31684i 
15043! 

7338! 

9329J 
10620! 

4514; 

98891 

10601 



E2 



Towns. 

J\lilton 

Richinond 

Shelbiirne 

St. Gcov^e 

Under hid 

Wesiford 

WiUiatoii 



Bamet 

iBradleyvale 
\Burke 
iCabot 
. iDunville 
[Goshen Gore 
\Groto,i 
\Hardwick 
\Harris* Gore 
Kirbii 
Lyiidcit 
js'tiuark 
Peacham 
Ryegate 
Sheffield 
^t. Johusbury 
SuUon 
WaUUii 
Waicrford 
Whcclock 
Woodbury 



Atery^s Gore 

Bukersfuld 

Belvidere 

Berkshire 

Cambridge 

Enosbitrgh 

I Fairfax 
Fairfield 
Fletcher 



Members. 
Joseph Clark, 
Wm. Rhodes, 
John Tabor, 
Lewis Higbee, 
Henrv Oaks, 
John Allen, 
David French. 



CALEDONIA COUNTT* 

Wm. Shearer, 
not rep. 
Shelden Coc, 
Oliver A. Warner, 
Salaia Davis, 
not rep. 
John Darling, Jr. 

not rep. 
Josiah Joslin, 
E- B. Chase, 
Alpheus Stcddard, 
AsaSkeole, 
Jarnes Nelson, Jr. 
Ezekipl Miles, 
Jonas Flint, 
Thomas True, 
Daniel Wooster, 
J.D.Stoddard, 
Benjamin Conner, 
Ebcnezer Bruce 



Pop. 
2100 
1109 
1123 

135 
1052 
12S0 
1603 

21775 

17G4 
21 

S6Q 
1304 
2631 

200 

836 

1218 

19 

401 
1S22 

£57 



pravklin COUXTT. 

not rep. 
Thomas Child, 
not rep. 
M. C. Stone, 
Nathan Smi'ic, 
John Adams', 
J. Learned J Jr. 
Joel Barber, Jr. 
Ira Armstrons, 



XOiiL 
1119 


S30S 


.720 


3465 


laS2 


14401 


1005 


5664 


827 


5666 


1358 


10280 


, 834 


3301 


824 


2633 

^147444 

t 


20967 


22 


1 


1087 


6690 


185 


80S* 


1308 


5905 


1613 


11356 


1560 


7089. 


1729 


9941' 


2270 


9903 


793 


4609 





107 




i 




Towns. 


Members. 


Foil. G. List. if 




^ranklin 


Wm. Felton, 


w-zd 


5S8i' 




reorgia 


not rep. 


1S97 


148271 




TiShsaU 


Robert L. Paddock, 


2038 


1 1 548, 




^Ol'iilSOll 


Moses Morse, Jr. 


107y 


6i34 




)Ionlgomer]f 


Samuel Lusk, 


4G0 


2454' 




lick ford 


John Huse, 


704 


395r 




Sheldon 


J.'W. Sheldon, 


1427 


8364' 




St. .llbant 


L. Brairiard, 


2395 


19078' 


Sxoantoji 


Lewis Janes, 


2158 


10325' 


Sterling 


Asaph Kor.tticld, 


iS3 


1 1 54: 


WaterviUe 


Jesse C, Holmes. 


483 


2472! 

i 






24525 $142 15 if 




ORLEANS COUNTY. 






^ilbany 


John N. Hight, 


633 


3511 




Barton 


Asa Kimball, 


720 


51S1; 




Brownin^ton 


Gilbert Cttoss, 


412 


25lGj 




Charleston 


Ebeneaer Cole, 


564 


2.513, 




Coventry 


Charles Story, 


728 


3882' 




Cov entry Gort 


not rep. 


6 


1 




Craftsbury 


not rep. 


S82 


6403; 


Derby 


David M.Camp, 


1469 


7533 




Eden 


Lulhcr H. Brown, 


461 


2679 




Glover 


Charles Hardy, 


S02 


26551 

444d!| 


Greensboro^ 


George A. Morey, 


784 


Holland 


not rep. 


432 


1716 




Hydepark 


Joshua Sawyer, 


823 


4100 




Irasburgk 


Moody B, Kimball, 


860 


5143 


Jay 


not rep. 


196 


744 




Loioell 


not rep. 


314 


1 788 




Morgan 


John Baitlstt, 


331 


1 645 




Morristown 


David P. Noyes, 


1315 


8CdS 


i 


Xdwport 


Jonathan Prost, 


264 


1234 




Troy 


not rep. 


603 


3254 


Salem 


Noyes Hopkinson, 


230 


1049 


IVestn^l-l 


not rep. 


353 


1 490,5 
I2G| 


IVesiinort 


John C. Page, 


32 


V/clcott 


Nathaniel Jones. 


492 


2717 


1 


13930 


f*7212i 




ESSEX COTJNTT. 




•I 


Jlverill 


not rep. 


1 


If 


\7llor>!nfu:lJ. 


Jeremiau Jourdin, 

ri'ii '■iiriiTiifa .^-',— r-7—igTin 


150 


740 


* 





108 




"~ 


Towns. 


Members. 


Pop. 


G. List. 


Brighton 


Timothy Corey, 


105 


443 


Brunswick 


Thomas G. French, 


16 


884 


Caanan 


Wm. MorriU, 


373 


2193 


Concord 


A.A'aggard, 


1031 


6146 


Eastkaven 


not rep. 


33 




Granhy 


Joel Basset t, 


97 


445 


Guildhall 


Henry Hall, 


481 


3260 


Leminglon 


not rep. 


183 


I06d 


Lunenburgh 


Stephen Howe," 


1054 


6110 


Maidstone 


Daniel Rich, 


236 


1624 


Victory 


not rep. 


53 




Wenlock 


not rep. 


24 


$22918 




3981 




GRAND ISLE COUNTT. 






^Ihurgh 


.Joseph Sevvell, 


1239 


8528 


Grand Isle 


Samuel Adams, 


648 


5997 


Isle La Mott, 


Reuben Pike, 


459 


2056' 


J^orth Hero 


Benjamin Butler, 


638 


3943' 


South Hero 


Samuel Boardman. 


717 


760lj 

I 



3696 
Chaplain, 



Rev. Warren Skinner, Shaftsburj 
Alvan Carter, Sheriff, 
Courtland B. Stebbins, Messenger^ 
Isaac Riker, Doorkeeper, 
Eiymas S. Nevvcomb, > Officers of the 
George W; Barker, 5 HousCy 
Harrison B. Page, Librarian. 

JUDICIAL. 
The judiciary powers of the state are vested in a Supreme 
Coart, consisting of five ju^tices, chosen every year, by the lecj- 
islature ; a County Court, consisting of three justices, the chief 
justice being one of the justices of the Supreme Court, chosen in| 
jthe same manner, who hold courts twice a year in their respec-i 
|tive counties; and justices of the^peace, appointed in the same' 
,manncr. 



SUPREME COURT. 
CHARLES K. WILLIAMS. Chief Justice. 
STEPHEN ROYCE, JR. ^ ' 
SAMUEL S. PHELPS, 
JACOB COLLAMER, 
JOHN MATTOCKS, 



Assistant Justices. 



109 

BENNINGTON COUNTY. 

Nathan Burton, ) ^ . , . ^ ,. 
T TVT * w 'Assistant Justices. 

Liuman Norton, ) 

Samuel Can field, Sheriff. 
Noah Laudon, High Bailiff. 
Leonard Sargeant, SiaWs Attorney. 
\ Myron Ci'ark, Judge of Probate for the district of Man- 
chester. 
Jesse Blackmer, Judge of Probate for the district of Ben- 
nington. 
I Ezra Isham, Chauncey Tryon, Hiram S. Walker, com- 

missionc-s for the jail at Manchester. 
: A-aron Robinson, Jona. Hunt, Jedcdiah Dewey, com- 
j missioners for the jail at Bennington. 

; Samuel Jaquith, Inspector of Hops. 

{ Justices of the Peace. 

i Arlington — Sylvester Deming, Reuben Barney, Julius Bebee, 
Cyrus B Hills, Galen Canfield, Samuel Wilmot, Nelson Haw- 
ley, Henry M Hall, Samuel Burke. 

' Bennington — Jonathan Hunt, Wm Henry, Aaron Robinson, 
Uriah Eger, on, O C Merrill, Heman Robinson, Samuel Fay, 
John Vanderspeigle, Samuel H Blaekmer, Stephen Robinson. 
Green Blackmer, Austin Harmon, jr. Henry Robinson,. Alson 
Squiers, Joel Valentine, Jeseph Starin, Lyman Blackmer, Ed- 
Iward M Welling, Justus Morton, Anson Wood, Calvin Gilson, 
Gay R Sanford, Pierpont Isham, Jos N Hinsdell, J S Robinson, 
John Hicks, Oliver Abell, Jonathan Rouse, Geo Briggs. 

Dorset — Cyrus Armstrong, Wm S Martindale, Jube Kent, 
Raymond Paddock, Heman Morse, Benjamin Ames. 

Glastenhury — Jeremiah McDaniels, Harrington Elwell, Mark 
Hotchkiss. 

Landgrave— Gideon Davis, Amori Benson, Joseph Holt. 

Manchester — John S Pettibonej Ezra Isham, James Wheaton, 
John W Han is, James Hickox, Azel Morse. 

Peru — Samuel Stone, Israel Bachelor, Russel Tuttle. 

Pownal — Josiah Wright, Heman Scranton, John More, Moses 
: Whipple, Nathan Varin, Blackmer E Brownal, Jos Myers, jr. 
Benj F Morgan, Elijah Barber, Eber Dunham, Gardner Ben- 
nett, Benj Stephens, Sebastian Wagar, Thomas Parker. 

Rupert — John Moore, David Sheldon, Henry Sheldon, Simeon 
Rising, jr. Joseph Parker. 

Readsboro'' — Sylvester Bishop, John Hicks, Henr}* Holbrook,jr 
{Richard Carpenter, Levit Ballou, Caleb Dickerson, Lyman My- 
ers, jr. 'VS^'aters Jillet, Timothy Puffer, Nathaniel Bullock, Thosi 
Canady, jr. | 

Searsburgh — Solomon Rich, Joseph Eames, Joseph Ciasicr 
Luther Park. 



Sandgaie-^Chsitlcs Sayres, Ira Hurd, Thomas Peck, Theo- | 
dore Sanderson. j 

!l Shaftsbui-y—Jere. Matteson, Aaron Denio, jr. Hira«i Barton, ;| 
1 John Johnson, Josiah Fuller, Daniel Huling, Malachi Cox, Hen- \ 
I'ry Huntinglon, Shubel Babcock, Reuben Matleson, Norman i 
I Harrington, Nahum Wheelock, S D Millinston, Samuel ISiles, I 
Archibald Olin, Latlirop Ehvell, Nathan H Botiuni. 

Stamford— Oiis Philips, S G Millard, Reuben Smith, Ebene- 1 
zer Pratt, Calvin Sampson, Eiisha Lake. I 

Sunderland — James A Giavcs, John K Sanderson, Joel Ken- i 
s ny, Ira McLafflin, Wm Landon, James Blake, Zenas Warner. I 
I; ' Winhall — Silas Gleason, Reuben Brooks, Naihanibl Mellen. ! 
rrood^c/rd— Wm. Park, Ruel Cutler, Joel Hosmer, William 
Knowlton, Dickerman A Rider, Orrin Woodward, Josiah Cut- 
ler, jr. Eiisha Lyon, Joseph Ki.app. 

"vViNDHAai coc:jttt. 

I ^ "■' "V o»^i' \ Assistant Justices. 

James ju. J^taiK, ^ 

|| Henry Smith, Sheriff. 

Tirao'hy H. Whitne}-, High Bailiff. | 

Rosweli M. Field, States' ^'Ittormy. 
Alexander ."S. Campbell, Jud^e of Probate for the diatrictj' 
of Westminster. ] 

A-sa Knight, Juda;e of Probate for the district of Marlboro', i 
.Henry "Vv'Leelock, Chapin Ho'tvard, Walter Eager, jail 
comtiiissioncrp. 

Abel Hubbard, Tnf-pector of Hops. 
Justices of the Fence. 
Athens — Abraham Ball, Thaddeus Alexander, Daniel Fuller, 
Joseph Tinkham, Micah IDavio, Timothy H Whitney. 

Acton — Lemuel Farvveli, Eben'r Huntington, Nat.han Fisher. 
Brookline — Ephraim Park, Samuel Stebbins, Jacob Burdett, 
Samuel Adams, Isaac Wellman, 3d. Ebenezer Whitney, Thos 
Crane. 

Brattleboro' — Lemuel Whitney, Samuel Elliot, Francis Good- 
hue, Stephen Greenlcaf, Henry Clark, Gam'l Root, Joseph Good- 
hue, Edward Woodman, Jona D Bradley, Wm K Hayes, Levi 
Stoddard, Isaac Plummer, Rufus Clark, Paul Chase, Asa 
Keyes, Wiliard Arms, Samuel Clarke. 

Dover — David Burr, Abraham Jones, Ebenezer Jones, James j 
Miner, Asaph Haskins, A P Perry, Wm H Jones, Ebenezer 
ICopeland, Laban Jones, Elias Bassett, Lyman Howe. 
I Dummerston — IMarshal Miller, Joseph Duncan, Asa Boy den,;, 
'Samuel Knight, Josiah Taft, Joseph Dix, Rufus Moor, Joelj 
Chandler, Asa Dution, jr. John Clark, Enos Leonard, David 
Bemis, Asa Knight. 

' Grafton — Benj Dwinnell, Thaddeus Taylor, Peter W Dean, 
'David L Putnam, Nathan Wheeler, J^ubbavd Eastman, Am- 
|.hrosfe Bur gess. ' 



f 



i , ^ 'i' ^ I 

! Guilford — Samuel Sikes, Benjamin W Stevens, Dana H3-de, j 

Jas Noye?, Cyrus Carpenter, Samuel Cutting, Barnard Lynde, I 

Otis Sheppardson, Arad Burrett, "Ward Bullock, John Phelps. '| 

Halifax — Isaac Warden, Elisha Hagar, Azariah Hall, Rufus \ 

K Henry, Amos Tucker, Park Williams, Sanford Plumb. § 

J^a/naica— Nathaniel Hobbins, Nathaniel Cheney, jr. B«nja- | 

|min Felton,jr. Aipheus Kellogg, Timothy Goodall, Hammond| 

j Livermore, Amos Howard, 2d. Samnel Barry, James Brown, » 



Ziba Cliapiu, John Kellogg, Peter R Taft 

Londonderry — Samuel Arnold, Luther Stowell, Tyler Tink-| 
ham., Elisha White, Thomas S Viall, Barney Wait, jr. Samuel | 
Livermore, Jarius B Collins. i 

Marlboro' — Hubbard H Winchester, Jesse Cone, Oshea Smith, j 
David Mariher, Nahuni Houghton, 2d. Simeon Adams. j 

Newfane — Sylvanus Sherwm, Wm H Williams, James Eiliot, I 
Joseph Ellis, Henry Wheelock, Ebenezer Morse, Joaa Hall. | 
I Putney — Pa nej-.as White, Simeon Reed, Horace Bliss, Tina- 1 
lothy Undei-wood, James Crawford, Jos T Redway, David Craw- \ 
[ford, John Smith, Ephraim Brown, Alexander Campbell. | 

Rochinghnm — Alexander S Campbell, Ezekiel Weston, Hen- j 
rv Lake, jr. Horace Baxter, Elias Pulsipher. John^H Campbell, J 
Benj Smith, Wm Thayer, David Chandler, Wm Henry, Eben- i 
ezer Locke, EilianBWebb, Solomon Wright, Arternas Rob- ^ 
bins, Elijah Jones, Hiram Davis, Peter Willard, Henry Harris. ^ 
So7n£rset — Nicholas Tujkiagton, Plazeltcn Rice, Jarcd Lillee, | 
Isaac N Pike. | 

SlrcUion — Richard Scott, Noah Hill, Baxter Lycn, Benjamin j 
^Thatcher. i 

\ Tovmshend — V^ra R Shafier, Joseph Tyler, Arad Kolbrook, \ 
Dana Bailey, Lucius Dyer, Thomas Brov.'n, John H Erigham, | 
Barnard Salisbury, Joel Chamberlin, John W Howe, John Blan- | 
|den, jr. Allen Goodrich, Zadock Saw3;er, Waitstill R Ranny, 
James Taggart, Samuel Gray, Abial Stoddard, Chapin Hov.ard- 
I Venvon — Cyrus Washburn, Jesse Le#, Joseph Franklin, John 
Stebbins, Isaiah W Johnson, Eli Lee, Ebenezer Howe, jr. 
Samuel Titus, Nathan Wood. 

IVindkam — Timothy Burton, Samuel Goddard, Harvey Bur- 
hap, Isaac Barrows, John Woodburn, James White, Wm Har- 
ris, Niles Aldrich, Levi Kimball. 

IVesiviinster — EUery Atbee, Josiah Willard, Abial Goodell, 
James Titcomb, James Raniiey, Stephen Tuthill, Jared Godeil, 
Edward R Campbell. 

Wardsboro' — Asa Wheelock, Perley Fairbanks, Thomas Bar- 
ber, Joseph Converse, Silas Dexter, Nathaniel Ward, Stephen 
Warren, Daniel Reed, jr. Adin Thayer, John P Warren, Peter 
Hammond, Erasmus Plympton. , 

I rF/uiing-Ztawi— John Roberts, EUsha Putnam, Moses Morse,' 
Rufus Chase. Henry Goodenow, Wm Hall, Calvin Buckland, 
David Chase, James White, Amos Brown, Nathan Brown. ' 

t; Wilmington. — Jairus Hall, Russel Fitch, Ephrami Tyler, Lan- 
pcy Forbes, John Pujsiph^r, Rich ard Waste, A zor Smith, Ghas 



112 



K Field, Origin Packard, Oliver Harris, Stephen PFlagg, Oshea 
Haynes, Horace Alvord. 

KUTLAND COUNTY. 

■ ^^^"'^^''^* J^^""'^='' \ Assistant Justices, 

: Nathan T. Sprague, > 

! John A. Conant, Sheriff. 

\ Edward Muzzey, High Bailiff. 

! Selah H. Merrill, States^ Attorney. 

Ambrose L. Brown, Judge of Probate for the district ofj 
i Rutland. 

Almon Warner, Judge of Probate for the district of 
i Fairhaven. 

James D. Butler, Robert Pierpoint, Ambrose L. Brown, 
j jail commissioners. 
: Justices of the Peace. 

I Benson — Isaac Norton, RuSsell Skiell, James H Gleason, Mi- 
lo W Smith, Zebina Field, Dana Crofoot, Salmon P Al»el, Row- 
land P Cooiey. , 

Brandon — John Conant, Harvey Hall, Walter Cooiey, David 
Merriam, jr. Moses Barnes, David Warren, jr. Justus' Hyatt, 
Moses Cowen, Paul Spooner,jr. Chester Winslow, Martin Car-; 
lile, John McCorneil, Franklin Farrinsrton. Matthew W Birch- ! 
ardjChauncey W Conant, Royal Blake. ' ! 

Castleion — John Mason, Josiah G Harris, Selah H Merrill, 
ilra Benson, Benj F Lan^don, Isaac T Wright, Julian G Buel, 
Sylvester Pond, Noah Hoit, John Meacham. _ il 

i Clarendon — Chapman Giddins, jBarton Collins, Horatio Beall,' 
Henry Marsh, Silas W Hodges, Fred Button, Lewis Walker, 
Philip Briggs, Ruel Parker, Geo W Chapin, .Joseph A Hayes. 

Chittenden — John Woodbury, Moses Randall, Jefferson Leon- 
ard, Jonas Wheeler. 

. Davby — Elijah Bull, John C White, Benj Barnes, Rufus 
Bucklin, jr. John Vail, Ira Edmunds, Ira Vail, Edward Vail, jr. j 
Hosea Barnes, Daniel Bartlett. I 

Fairhaven — Barnabas Ellis, Samuel Wood, Elijah Esta, KEi-' 
ram Hamilton, Harvey Howard, Joseph Adams, Ira Leonard, j 

Hubbardton — James Flagg, Zebina Thomas, Pliny Holmes,; 
Perry Dikeman, Horatio Barber, A L Jordan, Ira Jennings. 
! Ira — Joshua Harrington, Russell Fish, Joseph Chapman, 
Erwin Collins. 

Mount Holly — Abijah Cole, Maivel Johnson, Homer Earl, 
John White. j 

Mendon — Rufus Richardson, Geo Perry, Roswell Gibson, 
Edward Mussey. " j 

Middletown — Jonas Clark, Allen Vail, Meriitt Clark, Jona- 
than Morgan, Anson Rogers, Hiram Wait, Orson Clark. 

Mount T«feor— Gideon S Tabor, Caleb Buffum, Silas Hathorn,! 
Benjamin Britton. \ 

Orvucll—Jodib Smith, Pli n y Smith, Dorus Bascom, Roswell - 



US 

Bottum, jr. RulefT White, 21. Ira Young, Jos H Chittenden, Ju- 
lius A Austin, David Cutting; Julius C Thomas, Thos D Ham- 
mond. 

PaioZei— Nathaniel Harmon, Oliver Hanks, David C Blossom, 
James Leach, jr. Josiali Toby, jr. Elisha Allen. j 

! Pttt.-i/ield—>-K B Rockwell, £rastus Holt, Calvin Joyslin, Pelegi 
Bowe. Lucius Preston, Levi Rix, Wm R Blossom. I 

1 PouUney — Joel Beaman, Amos Thompson, Henry G Ncal,' 
■Wm L Farnham, Wm Ward, Almon Warner. | 

PUlsford- — Gordon Newell, Isaac Wheaton, Abram Owen,' 
Thomas H Palmer, Isaac Bresee, Samuel H Kellogg, Samuel 
Fairfield, Thomas J Bogue, Jeffrey Barnes, Lyman Granger, 
German F Hendee. ' 

Rutland — Gershom Cheney, Chauncey Thrall, Moses Lester.' 
Moses Strong, Francis Slason, Wm Page, Rodney C Royce, 
Robert Pierpoint, John Purdy, A'JaherstLee, Benj Smith, Moses 
Watkins, Edgar L Ormsbee, Solomon Foot, Ambrose L Brown. 

Sherburne — Richard Estabrook, jr. Ambrose Anthony, Josiah 
Wood, Silas Colton. 

I Shrewsbury — Elijah Holden, Harry Holden, Zidon Edson, 
Wm Marsh, Joel B Low, John Buckmasier, Japheth L Warnei. 
' Sudbitry-irWm A Williams, John C Sawyer, Urial B Gould, 
James K Hyde. 

I Tinmouth — Obadiah Noble, Noah W Sawyer, Calvin Brewer, 
John Norton. 

IVallingford-^Ylow dird Harris, Nathaniel Ives, Wm Kent, 
Lincoln Andrews, jr. Samuel M Edgerton, Jairus Andrews, A 
L Mmer. 

i Wells — David B Lewis, Seth Blossom, Wesley Clemons, Al- 
len Grover, Levi Lamb, Joseph Park. 

I West iJaien— Jonathan Or ms, Willard Hitchcock, Tilley Gil- 
bert, Erastus Coleman, David King, Artemas Wyman, David 
Downer, Olin Church, Isaac E Jakeway, John OfFensend. 

WINDSOR COUNTY. 

! Samuel W. Porter, \ a ■ * ♦ r «• 

T- T-k r> • t ^nssistant Justices. 

E. D. Briggs, ^ 

Daniel Bowen, Skeriff. 

William Colston, High Bailiff. 

' Carlos Coolidge, States' Attorney. 

iNonilas Cobb, Judge ot Probate for the district of Wind-' 

j sor. 

'[saiah Raymon'^, Judge of Probate for the district of 

1 Hartland. 

Eliphalet Dunham, Walter Palmer, jail commissioners. 

John A. Pratt, Inspector of Hops. | 

Justices of the Peace. \ 

Andover — Benj Morse, Samuel Clark, Sewall Smith, Edward j 

Simonds, Oran Hazeltine, Nathaniel Lord, Abraham Brown, Jo-| 

jseph Dodge, jr. j 

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Baltimore — Jonathan Woodbury, jr. Joshua Leland. 
Barnard^ J oeepk B Danforth, Alpheus Kowe, Oharle3 Wo! 
cott, Levi Belknap, Calvin Green, Lorenzo Richmond, Sidney j 
S Hemenwsiy, Andrew Royce, Cyrus Paije, Wiilard Gambel1,i 
iLucius Freeman. - 

Bethel — Jonathan Marsh, "Walter Perrin, Thomas P Russell,* 
ISamuel Hebard, Benj B Lincoln, Julius Converse, John Wood- 
■bury, Asa Brooks, Simeon Bibbitt. 

jbridgcwaier — David Thompson, James W"alker, Isaiah Ray- 
mond, James Southgate. 

Cavendish — Levi Jackman, Jabez Proctor, Samuel Adams, 
Elijah F Parker, Wm Smith, Hall Bates, Dan Groat. : 

Chester — Amos Heald, Daniel Onion, Jesse Stedman, Thomasj 
'Robinson, Simeon Leland, Thos P Barrett, Wiilard Johnson. 

Hartford — Freegrace Lcavitt, Zebulon Delano, James Uda!!, 
iJohn Downer, David Newton, Shubael Russ, John Porter, Gate 
jUdall, Harvey I>fobIe, John Grout, Samuel Nutt, Lewis Lyman, 
[Daniel Hazen, Allen Hazen, Alfred Neil, Jonathan Bugbee, jr. 
Baxter B Newton, James S Gege. 

Hartland — John S Marcy, Alden Densmoor, Asa We«d, Mo- 
!ses T Swan. Lewis Merritt, Daniel Denison, Ward Cotton, 
jThcophilus Hoit, Chester Stone, Wells Hadley. 

Ludlow — Asahel Smith, Asa Fletcher, Artemas SpafTord, 
'Reuben Washburn, Stephen Cummings, Joseph Davison, Sew-' 
jail Fullam, jr. 

JVonvich — John Wright, Ira Davis, Robert Nicho'?, Aaron 
Lxjveland, Joseph Emerson, Paiil W Brighara, Thomas Kazen, 
Rufus Hatch, John S Paine, Cyrus Partridge, Calvin Seayer,jr. 
:Joel Morris, Philip Wheeier. 

1 Pomfret — Heniy Hev/itt, John E Doten, David Chandler, 
Gilbert Allen, Gaidner Winslow, Cyrus Snow, Rufus Bugbee,; 
Seth Howard, Isaiah Tinkham, jr. Otis Darling, Job Richmond.' 
I Plymouth — Moses Pollard, Cephas Ivlcore, Levi Slack, Jabez • 
iWood. John S FuHerton, Samuel Page. 

I Royalion — Daniel Rix, Elisha Rix, Jonathan Kinney, .John 
'Francis, Oel Billings, Oramel Sa%vyer, Wm Woodwoith, Harry, 
Binjjham, David Williams, Amos Robinson, George Lyman. 

Reading — Simeon Buck, Charles Buck, Naihl Dyer. Lemuel'' 
B Washburn, Luther Kendail, Samuel C Loveland, Thomas F[ 
Hammond, Solomon Keyes, Shube! C Shedd, Benoi.i Buck. j 
Rochester — Ephraim D Brings, Lyman Emerson, John Amy,; 
Asa Eaton, John Trask, John Chaffee, Charles Dodd. j 

Sharon — Reuben Spalding, Wm Sicel, Freeman Holt, John 
Baldwin, Samuel Shultleworth, jr. Wm Bixby, Henry Cham- 
berlain. 

Slockbridge — Justin Morgan, Ira Cooper, John Leonard, Sam- 

]ue\ B«lcher, Paul W Gr-iy, Joseph Chamberlain, Asa Partridge. 

Springjicld — Asahel Powers, Elisha Biabee, Nomlas Cobb,[ 

John Field, John Boynton, jr. Noah SaSbrd, Jotham Brettum,! 

Osman Burge, Geo Johnson, Smith Holman, Horatio G Hawkins,' 



jnnison, ) ^^^,ig[^^f Justices. 
Helley, ^ 



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iWilliam Dyer, John White, William W Whitney^ Arthur Field,! 
iRussel Burke. f 

I Wealhersf.eld — Thomas Prentice, Ebenezer Shedd, Joshuaf 
Upham, AsdL Upham, John Sh»rwin, Amos Huleft, Jostph K J 
Williamsj Jacob Perkins, Jonathan Lawrence. Barnabas Dean, 'I 
JAlvah Chamberlain, jr. i 

Wesion — Amos N Buitor, Henry Lorejoy, Darid Sterling,! 
Asa B Foster. || 

W'lndior — Samuel Shuttlev/orth, Asa Aikens, .Toel Kale, Ed-jl 
ward R Campbell. Edwin Edgerton, Francis E Phelps, DariusJI 
Jones, Thomas IM Pomeroy, Rufus Root, Charles Leavens, Na-ifc 
hum Swallow, Darius Leavens, Daniel Reed, Charles Hopkins, '| 
Carlos Coolidge. . 

Woodstock — Benjamin Sv.-an, Waltei Palmer, Wm Scott, Ja- 
red Rickard, Eli|;ha!et Dunham, Jesse Wil.jams. Billy Brown, ^ 
Wiliard Bowman, Parker Morse, Daniel Lake, Davi<l Pierce,;' 
Jacob Holt, Asaoh Fletcher, jr. Nathan T Churchill, DanieiJ 
jTaft. 

ADDISON COUNTY. 

Sila? H. Jer 
Samuel H. H< 

Azariali Rood, Sheriff. 
Milo "VVinsJotv, High, Bailiff. 
Ebenezer N. Briggs, States'' Altortity. 
Samuel Swilt. Judge of Probate for the district of Addison. 
Adin Hall, Judge of Probate for the district of Xewhaven. 
E.D Woodbrid^ir', Harry B Seymour, Eliot Sherril!, jail 

connnis'sioners for the city of Vergenncs. jp 

Joel DooHttic, Doraslus Wooster, Ira Stewart, jail com-: ■ 
missioiiers. 

JtiSlices oj ike Peace. 
Addison — Henry Smith, Geo Wiimarth, Henry Breevort, Da-3 
vid AVhitney, James Cook, Arza Crane, Lyaaan Clark. 

Bridpcrl — Benj Miner, jr. C*!vin Solace, Solomon Mason>^ 
JAbner Wilcox, Joshua S Stron^r, Seneca Austin, Ebenezer Al-H 
len, Daniel Eldridge, John Wicker, Hiram Smith, RciibenJ 
Gilletf, jr. 

Bristol — Horatio Needham, Harvey Munsill, "Winter H Hoi- , 
ley, Philo S Warns»r, John Howden, Amos Eddy, Daniel E Par- 
melee, Truman Crane, Edmund Hall, Rufus H Barnard, James 
IJAndrus, jr. 

jj CornwaU — Wm Hamilton, Horace Janes, Jesse Elisworth, 
jRussel Foot, Orin Field, Asahel Bingham, Truman Eells. 

Ferrisburgli — Theophilus Middlebrooks, Noah W Porter, Na- 
than Keese, Wm Hazard, Joseph Roirers, 2d. Jared Pond, Mo- 
tees Tafr, jr. Luther Carpenter, Alfred Warner, Ira Tupper, Zu- 
jriel Walker, Samuel B Booth. 

I Goa^en— William Carlisle. 3d. SquierSGale, Francis Brown,; 
Ezra Washburn, jr. Samuel Robbins, jr. Nathan Capen. 

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Granville — John Thatcher, HftrTey Shipman, Reuben Jenne, 
Charles Lamb, Isaac Parker, 

Hancock— 'WiWiSim Ellsworth, jr. Moses L Church, Josish P; 
Brooks. ^ j 

Leicester — John Bullock, William Gile. i 

Lincoln — Nathan Johnson, James Butterfield, Wm Mi;«hellJ 
Wm W Pope, John Bush, Sisson Chase. i 

Middlebury — Horatio Seymour, Seth Storrs, Nathan Case, 
Hiram Munger, Charles Linsley, Norraan Tupper, Harvey Bell, 
Joel Doolittle, Ozias Seymour, Jedediah S Bushnell, Samuel 
I Swift, Clark Foot, Edwin Hammond, Thomas M Pitch. Peter 
Starr, Ehsha Brewster, Geo Chipman, Dorastus Wooster, Na- 
hum Parker, Joseph Warner, Wm Y Ripley, Edward D Bar- 
ber, Rufus Wain Wright, Joseph N Chipman. ; 
Jlfo?i/rfo7i— ^Roderick Baldwin, Nathan Smith, Roswell At- 
woods, Jehiel Chamberlain, Oliver Sherman, Justin Willoughby^ 
Ethan Smith, Charles Dean, Stoddard HolKs, Danisl W'ebl)^ 
Milo W Kinsley. j 
JVett) Haven — Justus Pier, Othniel Jewett, Wighlman Hunt-j 
ington, Joseph Eveits,,EUas Bottom, Daniel Twichell, Samuel 
j E Chalker, James Saxton, Manfred Pier, Jabez W Langdonj 
j Horace P. Bir^e, Joseph Hazen. i 
Pan^oTi— Jesse Grandy, Gardner Converse, Silas Pond, Put-; 
[nam Bishop, Silas Tappan, Nathan Spalding, Alexander Brushy 
John Childs. I 
Ripton — James Kirby, Horace Loomis. | 
Salisbury — Aaron Barrows, John M Weeks, James L Mor- 
ton, Alpheus Taylor, Nathl Foster, Prentiss G Alden, Wash- 
ington Miller, Marshal S Doty, Cyrus Sump, E N Briggsy 
Truman Dewey. j 
Starksbcro'' — Elisha Ferguson, Ira Eushnell, John Hill, 3dJ 
Isaac Stowell, David Kellogg, jr. Henry C Kimball, Almon At-| 
wood, William Worth, 2d. ! 
Shoreham — Aaron Lawrence, Davis Rich, Levi O Birchard, 
Charles Rich, John S Larabee, Alonzo Birchard, Lewis Hunt,- 
Udney H Everest, Isaac Chipman. 

Vergennes — A W Bamum, Philip C Tucker, John Thomp- 
son, Ville Lawrence, Isaiah Scott, Horace Onion, Geo Parker, 
John' Pierpont, WmH White, John Parker, Henry Hewitt, Wra 
T Ward, Cyrus Smith, E D Woodbridge. 

Waltham — Daniel Chipman, Peleg Fisher, Rollia Everts, 
George Fisher. j 

W^cz/6rifZo-e— Elijah G Drake, Timothy W Twichell, Joseph 
Hayward, Samuel James, Bar/iUai Stewart, Claudius Brittle,' 
Wightman Chapman, Asaph Hayward. I 

Whiting — Ephraim Moulton, James O Walker, Moulton* 
Needhaai, Harmon Strong, Joseph Simonds, Benj Needham. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Daniel Cobb, \ a • * * r *■ 
rpi T } ^■isstatant Justices. 

Thomas Jones, ) 



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A. B. W. Tenney, Sheriff. 
David G. Foster, High Bailiff. 
Wm. Hebard, States Attorney. 
Calvin Blodgett, Judge of Probate for the district of Ran- 
dolphs 
William Spencer, Judge of Probate for the district ofj 

Bradford. 
John W. Smith, Jason Steele, Joshua Dickinson, jail 
commissioners. 

Samuel Austin, Inspector of Hops. 

Justices of the Peace. , 

Bradford-^Da.n\e\ Martin, Barton N Fyler, Levi Colby, John! 
McDuffie, Wm Wilson, Moses Severance, Nicholas W Ayer,j 
Elis Bliss, Jaraes McDuffiCj Jesse Merrill, 2d. J W D Parker 
Arad Stebbins. il 

Braintree — JonaUian Bass, Daniel Wait, jr. Stephen Benton,! 
Jabez Smith, Augustus Flint, Samuel Harwood, Zenas Thayer,! 
Samuel Riford, Christopher Huntington, Noah B Cady, Fielderl 
ClarW, Nathan Harwood. | 

I Broohjield^ Simon Colton, Joseph G Smith, Justus Edson.l 
JHomer Hatch, Nathaniel Wheatley, Lvuher Whoatley, Ariai| 
Burnam, Richard Wells, Enoch Slade, Daniel Kingsbury, Fred-j 
erick Grisvvold, Noah Paine, Thoir.as Kingsbury- ' 

dielsea — Josiah Dana, H E G McLaughlin, Harry Hale, Ur-' 
hane Lalhrop, jr. Jason Steele, John W Smith, Joshua Dickin- 
son. Lemeni, Bacon, Harry W Hatch, Elisha Williams, jr. Cal-| 
[vin Clark, Wyman Spooner, Lyman Perigo, D A A Buck. i 

Corinth — Samuel Hasscltine, Stephen Eaton, Wm Spencer: 
Ezekiel True, Ephraim Ward, Joshua Merrill, Nathan Blake, 
Henry Dearbon, John Taphn, Joseph Fellows, jr. Thos Lund,' 
jjohn Richardson, Joseph Knight, jr. Jacob Farr. 

l^air/ee— Moulton Morey, Phineas Bailey, Samuel Bliss,' 
Thomas Stratton, Solomon Bliss, James Morrisson, Calvin Co-j 
burn, Alexander P Gilmore. Asa Woodward, jr. 
[ Nev-bury — Abel Underwood, Simeon Stevens, jr. Charles' 
Hale, Isaa-; Bayley, Joseph Berry, Abner Bayiey, John E 
iChamberlain, Levi Carter, Isaac Hall, jr. Jons^s Tucker, James 
Abbott, James Bayley, 2d. Jeremiah Nourse. 

Oran^e-^Christopher Richardson, Moses Sargeant, Reuben 
jWiiite, Jacob P Sargeant, Luther Carpenter, Luther S Burn 
jham. 

I Randolph — Enoch Hebafd, Belcher Salisbury, Wm B Chan 
dler, El"azer Bancroft, Edward Eastman, Sylvanus Blodgett, 
Josejjh Cockran, Benj T Blodgett, Jonathan Goodwin, Calvin 
BlodgpU, Abner Waldo, Jonah Washburn, 2d. Martin Flint. 

iSirq^ord— Leonard Walker, Stephen Morrill, Fred Smi:h, 
Jedediah H Harris, Royal Hatch, Pliny Day, Thomas Hassel-| 
tine, John McMaster, David Morrill, John Burnham, Eleazer 
Baldwin. Albigence Pierce, Geo W Alger, R.ufus M Benson. 



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i Thetford — Lyman Fitch, Wm Keaton, Timolhy P Bartholo-,' 
imew, Simeon Short, Wm Thayer. John Ha!!, Stephen Eastman, 
jWm Sweat, Pres Wesi, jr- Jonathan iimerson, Homer Hos- 
ford, David Bruce, Samuel Farnsworth, John C Hammond, 
j George O Strong. i 

Topsham — Jonathan Jennejs, Samuel Butterficld, Edmund^ 
George, John K Dustin, Ha:e Grow, Samuel Batchcldrr, Levi* 
Tabor, Jesse Putnam, David Mills, Aaron Sanborn, Mosea 
Wallace. 

Tunbridge — Elijah Dickerman, Jam«s Hutchinson, James' 
jNoys, Eiisha L 1'racy, Eli Austin, Geo Vfeymouih, Jeremiah 
Foster, Ebenezer Kackett. 

Vers'are— Pliny Dw};;ht, Thomas Keyes, Geo W Maitby, 
Wm Boardman. Rufa.s Bianchard, Wiliiam Prior, David Davis, 
Simeon Bacon, Asa Smith, jr. 

IVas/ungton— Stuart Brown, Thomas Pope, Geo W West, 
jSamue! "Worihley, Jacob Bliss, Jacob Fulsom, Philip Sargeant, 
j Harry C "Wecden, George Petrie, Stephen Burton. I 

I IVcsi Fairlee — Eiisha Thayer, Darius Child, Eiisha May,' 
.Samuel Graves, Azariah Wild, AVm JS'iles, Jabez Lamphear, 
ii John Warren, Alfred Pixley, Oliver Carlton. ■ 

I fViIlia?nsiuuin— J oe\ Bass, Aaron S Martin, Darius Pride, 
Ariel Crane, Nathaniel Gilson, Jonathan Lewi?, Wm S Beck- 
ett, Andrew Burnam, Ralph Whitney, Enoch Howe. [ 

CHn:TENDE>" COUNTY. 

John Van Sicklen, ) „ . , . r .- 
T-i ™ r-; ■♦.. ' } uissistant Justices. 

Tliomas Cmttenaen, ) 

Geor^je A. A'len, Shenjf. 

Ezboa San ford, High Baitiff. 

Albeit G. Whitteiriore, Slates'' Allorney. 

jWiliiam P. Briggs, Judge of Probate for the duixict of 

I Chittenden. 

George^P. Marsh, Henry Tfhitnev» Gamaliel B. Sav»yer, 

jail commissioners. i 

Roila Gleason, Iiispector of Hops. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Bolton — John Pineo, Asa Stock well, Tyloses L Coiton, 

Samuel B Kennedy. 

Burlington — David Russell, Nathan B HasweM, John 

N Pomeroy, Asaliel Peck, Isaac Yr'aropr, Charles Russell,, 

Geo P Marsh, John Johnson, Ebenezer Brown, Thonnas 

jHockley, Alvan Foote, Daniel Davi?, Gamaliel B Saw-! 

yer, Burrel Lane, Phineas Lyman, Wm F Griswold, A1-! 

fre.-l Day, John W Partridge, Samuel K Isham, Richard' 

G Cole, Samuel Isichols, John Barstow, Fred G Hill,; 

;Lyman Cummii.gs, Bostwick Tousley, Charles Adams,|j 

j Jacob Owen, Wm Weston, Henry B Stacy, Guy Cat-|| 

ilin, John M Eldridgo, Elwood Irish. ' ,1 



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Char'otti — Josc-pii D Farnswortb, Jolin Strong, J ere 
miah Barton, Lufher Stone, Wm E Sherman, Dorman 
Leaven vvoith, John McNeil. 

Cocche:<tf.r — Wm B Munson, Daniel P Adams, Joseph 
E Rfiodcs, James Langshore, Jacob Rolfe, Peter New-; 
comb, JoKn Lyon, Alfred B Allen, SHmuel Smith, Ebcn*; 
ezer M Fairington, Cyrus Farrand, Thomas Brownell,! 
Jedcdinh TuUle, Arcd Merrill, Milton D Wickwire, Ben'i 
jamin Wriij^fit. ' 

Essex — Fisher YV Joiner, John Tubbs, Joseph R| 
Weed, Sanuicl Page, Elias Bliss, Reoi'o Noble, Amasa: 

(Bryant, Albcr! StcvenF. 
ifi?ie56Hrg-/i— Erastns Eostwick, Nahum peck, Daniel 
Scofield, Erastijs Meach, Stephen Byingfon, Nathaniel 
Miles, John "Wlieelock, Frederick W Baldwin, Moses, 
.Pelton, Amos Clarke. 

HunHngton — James Ambler, jr. Emery Taylor, JoFinj 
Jndson, Nathaniel Norton, Jeremiah Remington, Luman| 
E Lovcland, Lyman Hale, John Snyder, Bc.j Allen. 

Jericho — Arthur Bostwic!;, Oliver Lowry, Thos Reed 
Lyman Field, Peter L Allen, Truman Barney, Lemuel; 
Blackman, Martin B Miner, Robert Balch, William A 
'Prentiss. 

J)Jansfield — Aaron Hall, Samuel H Allen, Samuel Har- 
ris, Asa Town, Benjamin Holmes, Nathaniel Butts. 

JMilton — Gideon Hosic, E[)h Herrick, Phelps Smith, 
Jacob Davis, Albert G "Whittemore, Vv'arren Hoxie, 
Boyd H "Wilson, Emerald Mason, Daniel H Onion, Ith-j 
raim Abbott, Ira Witters, Alfred Ladd, John Hyde, Ed- 
jnund Wellington, jr. P.-octor Adams, Gideon H Royce, 
Albert Munson. 

Richmond — Benoni Thompsoif, Amos B Cooper, Wm 
P Biigg'S, Oliver Shepherd, Renben Nimjns, ' Thadeusj 
Crane, Elihu Bates, Artcmi? FlasTg. Edward Jones, Ezra 
B Green, Ransom Jones, Eii Binwrison. 

Sheiburne — Levi Ccmstock, George Clnyes, Elijah 
Phelpf, Robert White, Azel Nash, Heman Barstow. 

St George — Reuben Lockwood, Eben Isham, Horace 
Ferris, Silas Isham. 

Underhill — Peter Martin, Jonas Humphrej', Isaac J* 
jBourne, Samuel Wells, Luther Chamberlin, Henry Oakes 

Wes fjord — Danforth Wales, Alva Barron, Frederick j 
England, Jacob Macumber, Isaac Chase. i 

Willistorf — David A Murrav, John Brown, jr. Chaun-i 



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licey Brownell, Truman Chittenden, Brigham C Wright, 
Esbon Sanford, Geo B Manser, Lemuel P Ferris, Herald 
Stevens, Joel Terr ill, David French. ^ 

WASHINGTON COUNTY* 

Dan Carpenter, ) ^3,,^,^^,^ Justices. 
Israel Goodwm, > 

Alvan Carter, -Sheriff. 
William Bilhngs, High Bailiff. 
Azel Spalding, State's Attornerj. • 
Rawsel K. Keith, Judge of Probate for y^e district of 

Washington. 
iCyrus Ware, Silas C. French, Joseph Howes, jail com- 
missioners. 

Daniel Baldwin, Inspector of HopSi 
Justices of the Peace. 
Barre — Joseph Ripley, Jacob Scott, jr. Peter Johon- 
not, jr. Stephen Freeman, Jeremiah Ellis, Winthrop T 
Jackman, Chapln Keith, Ne^vell Kinsman, JohnThwing. 
Berlin — Abel Knapp, Ebenezer Bailey, Osman Dewey, 
Nahum Rice, Samuel Jones, Gershom Heaton, Asa 
Andrus. _ { 

Calais — Gideon Hicks, Nathaniel Eaton, Level Kel- 
lon, Caleb Curtiss, Lemuel Perry, Medad Wright, Oliver 
iMower, Pliny Curtiss, Nelson A Chase, Asa George. 
jJabez Mower, Jacob Tewkobury, Shubael Wheeler, Jo- 
jseph Patch. 

IDuxhury — Ira Arms, David Beldert, Nathan Huntley, 
Giles Pineo. 
Elmore — Jonathan Bridge^ George W Bailey. 
Fat/s^on— Calvin Fullerton, Merrill Tyler, OrenWheel- 
[er. Eh Bruce, Samuel Richardson, Peter Drew. 
j J\Ii(ZtZZcsea:— Nathaniel Carpenter, David Harrington, 
'Daniel Houghton, Elijah Holden, Horace Holden, Wm 
iX Holden, Jesse Johnson, jr. Danlbrth W Stiles. 
j Montpelier — Josiah Wing, Naum Kelton, Nathaniel C 
King, Cyrus AVare, Joseph'Wing, Nathan Jewett, John 
ISpaiding, Silas C French, Alfred Wainwright, Darius 
iBoyden, Joshua Y Vail, Parley Davis, Oramel H Smith, 
jjosiah Parker, Araunah Waterman, Royal Wheeler, 
Thomas Needham, Joel Bassett, George Worthington, 
! Daniel Baldwin, Wm W Cadwell, George Clark, Lucius 
jBPeck, Daniel P Thompson, Jonathan P Miller, John 
Gray, jr. 



Moretovcn — ^^Cephas Carpentei:, Rufus Clapp, Daniel 
I Harris, fra Clark, John Howci&, Leicester Kinsley. 
j .WorsA/ieW— Jacob Putnam, Dyer Downing, Horace 
Hollister, Avery Gilman, Spencer Laurence, Jeremiah 
! Carlton, jr. Dudley Pitkin, Bemas Pike, Edwin Pitkin,] 
! Jabez L Carpenter. 

I Korthjield—John West, Calviii|Cady, ISTathanid Jonefe, 
i Elijah Smith, jr. John LBuck, Daniel D Robinson, John! 
Averi!), Datid Robinson. ( 

Plainjitld — James Palmer, Duren Whittlesey, Elijah 

! Perry, Alba Martin, Junius B Da\is. j 

I Roxbury — Jonathan F Ruggles, Isaiah Shaw, Charles; 

Sampson, Samuel M Orcutt, Henry Smith, Amos Ward-j 

ner. .1 

Stoioe — Asa Raymond, Thomas B Downer, ;Orion Wj 
Butler, Asahel Raymond, Lemuel Thomas, Abner Ful-j 
'ler, Philo G Camp, Nathan Robinson, jr. Benjamin Chap-i 
jraan, Zebina W Bennett, Daniel Moody, Peter C Love-' 
ijoy, Oren Perkins, Daniel Robinson, Freedom Edsou,; 
Nathaniel Russell. j 

Waitsfidd — Jennison Jones, Matthias S Jones, John' 
Campbell, Lewis Holden, Roderick Richardson, Jasonj 
Carpenter. ; 

Warren — Joseph A Curtis, Thomas Sargent, Wm B 
Tyler, David Ralph, Sylvanus Payne, Wm Bragg. 

Waierbury — James Smalley, David G Sheple, Eliakimlj 
Allen, Solomon Newcomb, Leslie Gragg, Uriah Thomp-J 
son, Paul Dillingham, jr. Wm W Wells, Ralph Worces- 
iter, Warren Murray, Thadeus Clough. 

JVorcester — Allen Vail, Ophir Leonard, Amos Rice, 
j'Eli Stone, Tyler Mason. 

CAL£O0XIA COCNTX. 

Timothy P Filler, ) ^^^^,, ^„,j^^, 

Sylvanus Hemmmgway, > 
Charles Roberts, Sheriff. 
Robert Harvey, High Bailiff. 
Charles Davis, States'* Mtoniey. 
Samuel Sias, Judge of Probate for the district of Calc-j 

donia. 
Samuel Sias, Amos Clement, Salma Davis, jail com* 
missioners. 

JutHees of the Peace. 
Bamel — Walter Harvey, Silas Harvey, Samuel G. Brackett,' 
Jantes Gilchrist, William Warden, Hugh Somers, Mordecai 



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Hale, Samuel A Chandler, William Lackie, William Gilkeraon 
Solomon Stevens, William Shearer, Ebenezer Brown. * 

iBurfee—Elam White, Seth Clark, jr. Benj F Belden, Jolm 
{Evens, William Thompson, Isaac Dennison. 
' Cabot— John W Dana, Hector McLean, Geo W Stone, Al- 
pheus Webster, Roswell Farr, Thomas Osgood, jr. Ebenezer 
Smith, Daniel Collins, Leonard Orcutt, John Damon, Matthias- 
Stone, Harlow P Smith, Oliver A Warner. 

DanviUe—A&ron Porter, Abner Harris, Jas M MorriH, John 
:A Stanton, Oliver Morse, Charles Davis, Asa Sargeant, Arche- 
Jaus Sias, George W Drew, David P Bachelder, Stephen Dole, 
lAugustme Clarke, Samuel Sias, Samuel Collins, Amos Paul, 
.Samuel Thompson. ' 

j Groton— David Vance, Thomas Wasson, John Heath, Reu- 
,ben Whiteher, John Darling, jr. 1 

■ Hardrmck—hevi Goodridge, Silas Underwood, Daniel French, ! 
Jacob Pams, Isaac Pennock, jr. Ira Atkins. Samuel A Tattle, j 
Orra Crosby, Jonathan Foster, Nathaniel Perkins, jr. Enoch ■ 
S^y'®,?'^^"*"*" Brunson, Elnathan Strong, Harvey Shepard, i 
iWm S Flint, Bliss N Davis. f "• i 

; . ■p':*^/— James Church, Timothy Locke, Merrit Newhall, Jo- ! 
'siah Joslm. I 

j ir/ndon— Benjamin Walker, Philip Goss, Otis Evans, Daniel ; 
Bowker, Ira Wilmarth, Stephen McGaffey, Alpheus Fletcher, 
John Humphrey, Joseph A Swett, Isaiah Fisk, Geo C Cahoon, 
.Moses Chase, James Sherman, True duimby. 
; iVeujarfe— Miles Coe, Eleazer Parker, Nathaniel C Kibbey, ' 
jJohn Sleeper, Rufus Kenney, Alpheus Stoddard. ' ! 

! PeaoAam— Nehemiah Bradlee, George W Clarke, John W' 
Chandler, Ezra C Chamberlin, Hazen Merrill, Erastus Kello<Tg, 
Jacob Blanchard, Simon Blanchard, jr. " t 

RyegcUe—Jahez Bigelow, Robert Whitelaw, John Nelson,' 
Wm Gray, Abram Page, Archibald Park, Nathaniel Knight. [ 
SAe^e/d— Moses Davis, James Townshend, Reuben Miles, t 
Sewall Bradley, Richard Jenness, Samuel Smith, George Gray, | 
Samuel Bean. [ 

[ St Johnsbury— Abel M Rice, Luther Clark, Wra P Stough-' 
;ton, Jerry Dickerman, Philip Smith, Isaac Harrington, Ebene-i 
jzer Severance, Jonas Flint, Luther Jewett. ; 

I SuttoTi— Nehemiah Shaw, Peter S Wheelock, Wells WayJ 
iWm Brockway, Luther Stoddard, Orren Brown, Michael Rice,? 
I W^m Hutchmson, Bradbury Richardson. 1 

fV(U^ford--Roherl Taggard, Joseph Ide, Jonah Carpenter,! 

Zenas Wood, James Works, Cyrus Hemmmgway, Timothy R ! 
jFairbanks, Reuben C Benton. & .'J .' , 

! JFoi^— Hanson Rogers, Adam Amsden, James Bell, John \ 

Gould, Paul Dean, Daniel Wooster. 

Wr/ieeZocfe—Jona Taylor, Josiah Lane, Dudley Clark, Samuel 

^gelow, Charles Matthason, Hial Bradlev, Benjamin Conner, 

Wm Sanborn, David DarUng, Abner Hoit,'Edw M McGoon. 



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Woodbw-y^Benja.mm Fowler, Joel Cilley, David Herrick 
Stephen Chapman Luther Morse, Asaph Town, Ebenr Bruce' 
G<niien Gore— Albert K Smith. 



FRANKLIN COtTNTY. 



George Green, } a • . . r 
Joseph Smith, \ ^^"«'««« Justices. 

Seymour Eggleston, Sheriff. 
Jeptha Bradley, High Bailiff. 
Henry Adams, States' Jittorney. 
:Joel Barber, jr. Judge of Probate for the district of 

Georgia. 
James Davis, Joseph H. Brainard, Bates Turner, jail 
commissioners, 
Asa Andrews, Orlando Stevens, Inspectors of Hops. 

Justices of the Peace. 
BakersJield—SilaiS B Hazeltine, Calvin Ewings, Comfort 
Barnes, Elijah Barnes. 

Belvider€—A\va. Chaffee, Josiah W Potter, Moody Shattuck, 
Moses Phelps, John S Carpenter. 

Berkshire— Wm C Ellsworth, Perley Hall, Cromwell Bowen, 
James C Stone, Mitchel C Stone. 

D f "^^^^f"""^*^^^ B Gilmore, Lewis Parker, Clark Buker, 
Robert Wallace, Geo W Read, Thomas Parker, WUlard Gris- 
|wold,Phineas Stearns Henry Stowell, Salmon Green, Oel Saf- 
ford, Thad. Murdock, Ezekiel Fullington, jr. Joseph B Morgan. 
I ^nosfc^r^/t-WiUiam Barber, Austin Fuller, Horace Eaton, 
jSamuel Kendall, Bennet Eaton, Hardin Allen, Dennio Samp- 
son, Jehiel R Barnnm. ' 

'p,f!i"&~/*''^P''T5^T^"'' ^ ^ S"^''^"' I^^^^« N Soule, Joseph 
Parmelee Lucas RBeeraan, Benjamin Richardson, Alanson 
i Webster, Lyman Hawley, Churchill Sampson, Alfred Wheeler, 
jHiram Bellows, Aaron S Beeman * « " uccicr, 

IPn^r'^MSrh"^ w'' f '"i'^\^,^'a^"^^" Fairbanks, John Leach, Ira 

!EX?MMg?' ■'°''" ""''""'•• "^«"™ Skeels, John Bar'; 
■•^.hmcn^hmeonLym^j,, Solo. Balch, John Holmes. Daniel 



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j'Dodgei^ Andrew Dow, Israel O Andrews, Samuel B W»t«rs,' 

William Simons. . ! 

Mon^S-oOTCTT/— Rufus Hamilton^' Richard Smxlh, jr. iu\\ ^Vj 
'Burke, Luther Marlin,^ Lorenzo Fassett. -^ , ' 

ilicZi/ord— Jonathan Carpenter, Samuel Heath,. Jesse Wood-; 
ruff, Ariel Parker^ John Huse. j 

St. ^ttwsTja^Batcs Turner, Abijah Stone, Wn* H Wilkins^l 
Heman R Beardsley, Ormond Fuller, Stephen Lawrence,, jr.j 
James Davis, Benj H Smalley, David Read, Luther B Hunt,; 
Daniel Sanborn, Ralph Lassel, Isaac Randall, Joseph Weelts, 
I John Gates, jr. Wm Bridges, Willard Jewell, Nathaniel Ewers,i 
John Smith, Heman Hoyt, John J Deavit, Joseph H Brainerd. i 

iSA^Won— Andrew Durkee, Jonas Brown, Eleazer B Peckham,' 
Geo W Kendall, John A Filch, Dexter GUbert, Oliver A Keith 
Isaac Tracy, Eleazer S Draper, Alvin Fass^tt, 

Sferiin^— Moses Vil&s, McDaniel Grragg, Silas Mosher. 

Siecmton-—A&a. Wilson, jr. Warren Robinson, Jonathan Wait, 
! Cornefius Wood, Hiraih Fuller, Geo Bullard, Shadrack Hatha-' 
'way, Bradford Scott, Julius H Rice, Elisha Barney, Je^miahj 
[Sanborn, James Brown, Nathaniel Cleaves. 

WatcrvUle — Jesse C Holmes^ Luther Poland, Stephen LeacRJ 

Moses Fisk. | 

oRLE^AN» eovatr. 

^^""'a l^-^^"^^' \ d^Ufmit Justices. 
David P. No^es, ) 

^ Thomas Jameson, Sheriff, 

Elijah G. Strong, Hi^h Bailiff. 

Isaac F. Redfield, States' ^ttornei^, 

John Kimball, Judge of Probate for the district of Orleans, 

Joseph Wiggins, John Kellum;, Joseph Chapinari, jaiK 

c?ommissioners, 

Robert Campbell, Inspfictor of Hops, i 

Justices of the Peace. j 

Albany^^ohti Fairman, Wm Rowell, Rufus B Hovey, Sam-j 

uel C Allen, Eli Chamberlain, Luther Delano. t 

Borfora— Gilman Gale, John Kimball, Joseph Gwen, John H' 

Kimball, Jesse Cook, Richard Newton, Harry Baxter, Amos Ci 

Robinson, Asa Kimball, Ethan Blodget, Alexander Wright. i 

Brownington — Luke Gilbert, Gilbert Gross, John M Robinson,' 

Seth Bartlett, Elijah Strong, Jeremiah Huntoon. ' 

Cra/l«6Mry— Joseph Scott, Royal Corbin, Wra Scott, Isaac' 

Hovey, A K French, J A Paddock, N S Hill, Asa Hoyt, Oliver! 

Allen, G F Sprague, Augustus Young, i 

C/wrZestoTi-^Hilton Brackett, David Chadwick, Stephen Colq,| 

Luther Dunton, Stephen C Cole, Chauncey Fuller, Silas Gas-j 

kill, Winthrop Cole, Oliver C Leonard, Benjamin F Robinson, 

Andrew Spaldmg. ' 

Couenfr^-r-Argalus Harmon, Elijah Cleaveland, Chas Story, 

lEbcnr M Gray, Philip Harris, Isaac Parker^, John W Mussey. j 



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X)er6^— Lewis C Bates, Portus Baxter, Moses Blake, Ches-j 
Uer Ca.T[tenteT, Jacob Chase, Ira Fish, Benjamin Hinman, Tirr.-I 
'othy Hinman, Charles Kingsbury, Peleg Redfield, John Stewart,; 
^James Wav. ' 

Eder.—i:.\i Hinds, jr. Walter Whcelock, Luther H Brown,: 
:\bel Smith, Jaines McDonald. 
Glover— iohji Boardman, Thomas Baker, Seth T Shaw, Jo- 
^seph H Dwinncll, John T Smith, Charles Hardy. ij 

! Grci-fWiboro- — Stephen Sherman, Samuel Hill, Ezekiel Rand,'| 
' Willard Lincoln. S F Taylor, Reuben Storrs, G H Page. } 

Hollartd^M'vyAh Ferren, Joshua French, Truman Fairchild. jr.]; 
Joseph Fletcher, Ezra Hinman, Jason Hinman. i 

Hydepark—Abner Flanders, Levi Eaerton, Joseph W Saffoid,:! 
Breed Noves, John C Pa^r, David McClure, Jonathan Bean,' 
James Newiand, Marvin Glazier, Asa Cole, Lucius H Noye - ' 
Vi'illiam P Sawyer. 

Irasbur^'h — John Keilum, Joseph Wiggins, Joseph Chapman,'! 
Bila T Jones, E H Starkweather, Samuel Chnmberlin, Jere-j 
jmiah Morrill, Joseph Kidder, Geo C West, Eleazer Ho-.vard 
Jny-^Geo Fimt, A Keith, Eli Hunt, Ebenezer Sanborn. 
Lowell— yohn Hardin.^, Sylvinus Sartle^ Silas Lamb, Tiiomasj 
Proctor. Daniel Sanborn, Win Knapp. I 

JSIorgan — Ira Leavens, Alden Grov.-, Charles Cummines, Jo-j 
tham Cummmgs, Samuel Bartlett, Shubael Farr, LemuerRed-j 
din», Ruel Cobb. j 

JMonhtoicTi — Luther Bingham, John Ferrin, Isaac Allen, Geo^ 
Small, Benoni Shaw, Joseph Sears, Abial Eaton, John Bing- 
ham, George Yv' Gates, John V/alker, Truman Tenny, Calvin 
Burnett, John Miles, Charles Goss, Nathan Gales, jr. j 

JVeii-porC — Seymour Lane, Peter ^'heelock, Asa B Moore," 
'Orvill Dagfe-et, Jonathan Frost. 

\ Salem— MsLSon Lyon, Moses Pike, Nathaniel Cobb, Orrin 
■Lathe, Noyes Hopkinson. 

i Troy — Sannjel H Huvey, Samuel West, Raymond Hale, Da- 
jvid H Bard, Henry Corey, Horace Paddock, Aaron T Walker,- 
lEzra Johnson, Samuel Sumner, Daniel F Kimball. 
! Wcstfidd — Jere HodgeUins, Luther Page, Thomas Hitchcock, 
j Jairus Stebbins, James Brown, Henry Richardson, Orlando' 
j Winslow; i 

JVestmore — John C Pa^e, David Wilson, Peter Gilman. 
f IVolcoU — Ephraim Ladd, Jonathan Smith, GJbert ^oycs, 
jJael Davenport. j 

1 ESSfiX COUNTY. 

i Uicliar.'i-on t< raves, > j •, , r / 

', ,, \i u '> 'Assistant Justices. 

i Cuapiii K. Brooks, Sheriff. 

I James Sicele, Stales^ .Attorney. 

■ Wuliam Gar.e^;! J lid^^c of,P rebate for the distnct of Essex. 



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IMoodj Rich, Gustavus A. Hall, John Dtodge, jail com 
missioners. 

James May, Inspector of Hops. 
Jufitices of the Peace. 

Bloonifield — Levi Tolles, John M French, James L Brown, 
Richard Morgan, Adin Bartletf, Daniel Holbrook. 

Brunswick — Isaiah Richardson, Daniel SchofF, jr. 

Brighton — John Stevens. Elijah Bailey, Harvey Coe. 

Concord — John S Johnson, Elijah Hill, Preston Thayer, Na- 
than I Graves, David Hibbard. jr. Harvey G Fay, Benjamin 
Woodbury. 

Canaan — Joshi:a Morri?on, John Hugh, Heraan Nichols, 
Stillman Blood, John L Weeks, Nathan Beecher, jr. Jona Hoit. 

East Haven — John Walker. 

Guildhall — JoliD Dodge, John S Wells, Sefh Cushman, James 
Steele, David Horikinson, Daniel Howe, Orin Woods, Joel C 
Howe, Jonatlian Benjamin, Joshua Plopkinson. 

Grant]! — Gershom Carpenter, Ashley Appleton. 

Lunenburgh — Wm Gates, John Chandler, Mitchell Silsby, 
Wm Haywood, jr. Charles Ames, Charles Bell, Stephen Howe. 

Liemington— --John Bailej-, 2d. Stephen Harris, Thomas Hol- 
brook, Cummings Buffington. 

Maidstone — Gustavus A Hale, "Wm Rich, Thomas Bumside, 
Joseph Merrill, Leonard AValker, Daniel Rich. 

Victory — Asa Wells. 

JVcnlocii — James Cory. 

GRAND ISLE COUKTT- 

John M. Sowles, )/,-,, r ,• . 
c. I.J ' i Assistant Justice. 

Samuel Acams, ) 

Franklin Robinson, Sheriff. 
Geo. V7. Goodrich, High Bailiff. 
Hector Adams, States'^ Attorney. 
Joel Allen, Judge of Probate lor the district ofGrand Isle. 
;Toel Allen, Elihu Parkf, Augustus Knight, jail commis- 
1 sioners. j 

i John Reynolds, Inspector of Hops. 

! Justices of the Peace. \ 

i ^/Z)«r^;i— Philip Cook, Thomas Mott, "VTm L Soule, Abraham 
Ladieu, George Delenback, Nathan Kingsley, Joseph Sewell. 
' Grand Isle — Lewis Ladd, Daniel Jackson, Samuel B Got don, 
Henry C Boardman, Mf^lvin Barnes, Solon Tobias, John Rey- 
nolds. , • A 

Use La iVJoW— -Harry Hill, Nathaniel Holbrook, jr. Aaron 
Denio, Daniel Wait, Hiram Hall. , rr u 

North Hero— Jedediah P Ladd, Uriah Hazen, John Knight, 
Allen Sawyer. Loren Butler. j 

South Hero— Calvin Fletcher, Bird Landon, Lorenzo HalL) 
Benjamin Adams, Wallis Mott, Asaph Phelps, Alson Landon,i^ 
Newell Lvon. . -^■: 



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Sessions of the Courts in Vermont^ 

I EENNINGTOK COUNTY. 

[S. C. — at Bennington, 2d Tuesday, next, after the 4th 

I Tuesday in January. 

C. C. — at Bennington, and Manchester, alternately, be- 
ginning at Bennington, on the 2d Tuesday of 
Apiil, and on the 4th Tuesday of September. 
Henry Robinson, Clerk. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

S. C— at Newfane, 3d Tuesday, next after the 4th Tiies- 

day of January. 
C. C. — 2d Tuesday of April. 

2d Tuesday of September. 

James Elliot, Clerk. 

tilNDSOR COUNTY. 

S. C. — at Woodstock, 4th Tuesday, next after the 4th 

Tuesday of January. 
\C. C, — last Tuesday of May. 

last Tuesday of November. 

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. 

S. C — at Middlebury, 4th Tuesday of January. 
\C. C. — 2d Tuesday of Juno. 

2d Tuesday of December. 

Samuel Swift, Clerk. 

^^ ORANGE COUNTY. 

S. C. — atChelsea, 5th Tuesday, next after the 4th Tues- 
day of January. 

C. C. — 3d Tuesday oJ June. 

3d Tuesday of December. 

Harry Hale, Clerk. 

CHITTENDEN COUNTY. 

S. C. — at Burlington, Tuesday next preceding the Jst 

Tuesday in January. 
C. C. — last Tuesday save one in March. 

last Tuesday snve one in August. 

N. B. Haswell, Clerk. 



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WASniXGTON COUNTT.* 

S. C. — at IVfontpelier, 6th Tuesday next after the 4th 

Tuesday in January. 
C. C— 2fl Tuesday in iV-pril/ 

3d Tuesday in Kovcmher. 

J. Y. Vail, Clerk. 

CALEDONIA COL'XTf. 

5. C. — at Danville, 7ih Tuesday next after the 4th Tucs-: 

day of January. 
,C. C— Ist Tuesday of June. 

1st Tuesday of iS^ovember. 

Amos PAi'L, Clerk. 

FRANKLIN COtlSTT. 

S. C— at St. Albans, 2d Tuesday of Janusif^-. 
C. C— 2d Tuesday of April. 

2d Tuesday of Scptemher, 

Joseph H. Brainerd, Cle;'ki 

■©aLEAN'S COUNTT. 

S. C. — at Irasburgh, .Oih TuesJ.ay next after tho 4th.; 

Tuesday of Jaatiary. 
\C. C— -3d Tuesday of June. 

4th Tuesday of December. 

Ira iL Allen, Cierk- 

XSSEX TOUNTT. 

S. C:— St Guildhall, SiU Tnesdaj acxt after the 4lh 

Tuesday of Jariuary. 
C. C— last Tuesday in May, 

^rd Tuesday in December. 

William Gxx^e, Clerk, 

GRAXI; ISLE COUNTY. 

S. C. — at Nort'n Hero, 3d Tuesday of Januarj'^ 
C^ C. — 1st Tuesday next aftei- the" 4th Tuesday of /Vpiil.' 
1st Tuesday next aiter the 4th Tuesday of Sept 

Joel AuLKi^Chrk. 






JLegislatiwe Appointments^ 

.Samuel C. Crafts, Alien "^Vardncrj Gccrge T. Hod-c? 

State House Coiir.nittcc. ° ^ 

Ltbbeus Egerton, Superintend ant. 
Cyrus Ware, Surveyor of old Slate Tiousi^ 
John Johnson, Burlington^ Surveyor Gcnoral. 
John H. Cotton, JVindsor, Superinte:id;.aL estate Prison, 'i 
Milton Brown, Worcester, a-uni Iv seUlethe concenis of ' 

the Vermont State Bank. J 



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{Harry Hale, Chelsea, Bank. Commissionei'. 
'John S. Pettibone, Manchester, Bank Inspector, 
i John Smith, Sf. w3/6ans, )„ . . . 

JThomas D. Hammond One ell, } Commissioners of 
I Ailed Ward ner, Windsor, S -^ 

I COLLEGES. 

I University of Vermont, Burlington, President, Rev 

jJohn Wheeler commencement, first Wednesday in 

I August — Medical Lectures commence second Monday 
in August. 

J Middlebury College, President, Rev. Joshua Bates — 
jcommencenient, third W^cdnesilay in August — Medical 
iLectures at the Vermont Academy of Medicine, Castle- 
jton, commence on the first Tuesday of September. 

J^orwich University, JSTonvich, incorporated, 1&34, 
! Dartmouth College, Hanover, »V. //. President, Rev. 
rNathan Lord — commenccrnent, last Wednesday of July 
^■. — Medical Lectures comioence 3d Tuesday after com* 
jmencement- 

VERMO:?^r TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. 

OFFICERS, J334-5. 

Samnel Prentiss, Pres^ident. Noadiah Swift, Robert! 
Pierpoint, Pliineha^ White, David Pierce, Wm. Slade.i 
Simeon Short, Heman Allen, James Bell, Bates Turner 
Samuel C. Crafts, John Dewey, Lewis Sowles, Vice' 
Presidfttts. E. P. Walton, Montpelinr, Sec^ry. James 
Spalding, Treasurer., 

Annuai meeting at Montpelicr, 3d week io October. 

VERMONT BIBLE SOCIETY. 

OFF1CEE.S, 3S34-5. 

Benjamin Swift, President. Phinehas White, Thomas 
Emerson, Vice Presidents. Samuel Hopkins, Secretary. 
Jeduthun Loomis, Treasurer. Joseph Howes, Auditor. 
Directors — 'Jlobert Pierpoint, George Worthington, Cal- 
vin Chase, Joseph Freeman, James Bell, J. D. Farns- 
worth. Annual meeting »t Montpelier 3d week in Oct. 

VERIVICOT COLOJN'IZATiqN SOCIETY. 

Oi"*FicERS, 1834-5. 

Elijah Pajne, Presic^ent. Horatio Seymour, Samuel 

Prentiss, Vice presidents. Heman Alien, Willard.Chil^ 

J. K. Converse, John Rich ^r ds, ^ii?^l?as White, LP 



130 

Dana, Samuel Hopkins, Samuel Clark, Tho's Emerson, 
James Bell, "Wyllya Lyman, T. A. Merrill, Managers. 

Wm. Slade, Heman Allen, Samuel Prentiss, — Smith, 
Delegates to the .American Colonization Society. Daniel 
Baldwin, Montpelier, Treasurer. Joseph Howes, Mont- 
pelier, Auditor. Chester Wright, Montpelier, Secretary. 

Annual meeting, 3d week in October. 



CONTEJ^TTS. 



Appointments Legislative 128 

Altornies 73 

Almanac 5 

Bank U. S. and branches 62 

Civil Government of Ver't 101 

Cycles g 

Census U. S. 4g 

Convention U, S. g4 

Colleges ' 129 

Congress 23d 5g 

Courts U. S. Judges of 61 

" Circuit 61 

District 61 

Vt. Sup. Judges of 108 

County Judges of 109 

Sessions of 127 

Councillors 101 

Clergy 73 

Customs officers" of Vt. 51 

Eclipses ' 2 

Feasts moveable 2 

Farmer's Calendar ' 4 

Foreign Ministers 65 

Government U. S. * 50 
Government Vermont Civil 101 

jGrand List form of 72 
am't of each town 101 



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Justices of the Peace 109 

Mint U.S. 63 

Militia Vt. 71 

Members Legislatuie 101 

Moon and Weather 40 

Memoranda each month 28 

Navy Department U: S. 53 



Postage rates of 69 

Post Office department U. S,64 
Postmasters Vermont 731 

Population each town 101 

Physicians 73^ 

Planets characters of 2 

Representative number U. S. 50! 
Salaries & fees, Reg. 1834, 59* 
Seasons commencement of 
Societies, Bible, Colonization 

and Temperance 129 

Senators & ^Representatives 

from Vermont in Congress 

since 1791 

The Union notices of 

Town Officers Ben. Co. 

" Windham 

«* Rutland 

I « Windsor 

** Addison 

" Orange 

« Chittenden 87-99 

" Washington 89l 

>* Franklin 90-100 

* Caledonia 92-99 

« Orleans 93-99 

" Essex 95' 

" Grand Isle96-1 00, 

Treasury department 50 

Votes for Pres. & V. Pres- 

Weather table 

War department 

Zodiac signs of 



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north, and Icwigitude 4° 25^ east, from the Cauitol of the 

United States at Washington. 



AttULATIOMS 



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BY ZADQci'^HOMPSON, A. M. 



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NO. XIX. 
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VERMONT REGISTER 

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FARMERS' ALMANAC, 

FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 

1836 : 



BEING BISSEXTILE OR LEAP YEAR AND, TILL. 
JULY FOURTH, THE SIXTIETH OF AMERI- !f 
CAN INDEPENDENCE. ,.^ 

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Calculated for the Meridian of Montpelier, in L&titude 44^ I !'■, 

north, and Longitude 4° 25' east, from the Capitol of the 

United States at V/ashington. 



ASTRONOMICAL CALCtTLATIONS 

BY ZADOCK THOMPSON, A. M. 



PUBLISHED BY E. P. WALTON AND SON. 






A^omes and Characters of the Planets. 



?jc The Sun. 
©® The Moon. 
^ Mercurv. 



$ Venus. 
© Earth. 
$ Mars. 



2^ Jupiter. 
^ Saturn. 
^ Herschel. 



A''ames and Characters of the Sigri% of the Zodiac. \ 



T Arieg!. 
n Gennini. * 
a Leo. 
f~ Libra 



$ Sagt^itarius. 
CX Aquarius. 
V5^ Capricornus. 
Ttl Scorpio. 



nj^ Virgo. 
25 Cancer, 
y Taurus. 
X Pisces. 



AMines and Characters of the Aspects. 

Q Ascending Node. ^ Descending Node. 
(i Conjunction, or in the same longitude. 
D Quariile, or differing 3 signs in longitude. 
S Opposition, or differing 6 signs in longitude. 



Dominical Letters, C, B. 
Gt)lden Number, 13 

Epact, J 2 



Chronological Cycles. 



Sohir Cycle, 
Roman Indiclion, 
Julian Period, 



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Moveable Feasts. 
Septuagesima Sunday, 
Quinquagesima Sunday, - 
Ash Wednesdav, Isl day of Lent. 
EASTER Day, 
Low Sunday, - - _ - 
Rogation Sunday, _ _ - 
Ascension Day, Holy Thursday, 
Whit Sunday, - . - 

Trinity Sunday, _ _ _ 
Advent Sunday, _ - - 



Jan. 31 
Feb. 14 
Feb. 17 
April 3 
April 10 
May 8 
May 12 
May 22 
May 29 
Nov. 27 



Ccmmencement of the Seascns. 
Spring begins March 20ih day, 8h. 48m. morning. 
Summer " June 21st day, 5h. 50m. morning. 
Autumn " Sept. 22d day, 7h. 46m. evening. 
VVinter " Dec. 21st day, Ih. 11 m. evening. 



Bangor, Maine, has now 7,497 inhabitants, and is 
still rapidly increasing. Her citizens "calculate 
that she will be the second city in New-England in' 
ten years. 



Solar and Lunar Eclipses. 
There will be four eclipses this year, two of the 
Sun and two of the Moon. 

I. The first will be an eclipse of the Moon, Mayi 
1st and visible at Montpelier, as follows : 

Beginning 2h. 13m. ) 

Middle 3h. 15m. > Mean lime, evening. 
End 4h. 18m. ) 

Digits eclipsed, 4 10-4 on the Moon's southern limb. 

II. The second is ol the Sun, May 15lh and visible 
It Montpelier, af? follows: 

Beginning 7h.*19m. ^ 

Greatest obscuration Sh. 26m. > Mean time, morning. 

End 9li. 54m. ) 

Duration 2h. S3m. Digits eclipsed 7 10-2 on the 
Sun's southern limb. This ec'ipse wii! Lf c.'Olra! and; 
annular ai nO(»n in iat, 45° 17' N. and iOiigitude 36° 
20' W. lr(nn Greenwich. ; 

III. The third is an eclipse of the Moon, Octohe^ 
24lh, invisible at Montpelier, S at 13m. after 8 o'clock! 
in the r.)ornii;g. i 

IV. The lourth is an eclipse of the Sun, November 
8tli invisible at Montpelier, c^ Sh. 43m. evening. 



VALUBLE HABIT. | 

One of our most valuable habits in life is that of! 
contemplating every undertaking. The mental dis-l 
sipation in which persons of talents often indulge,' 
and to which they are perhaps more prone than oth-; 
ers, is destructive beyond what can be imagined. A' 
man who has lost the power of prosecuting a task the 
^moment its novelty is gone, or it becomes encumber- 
ed with difficulty, has reduced his mi.nd into a state; 
of lamentable and wretched imbecility. His life will 
inevitably be one of shreds and patches. The con- 
sciousness of not having persevered to the end of! 
any special undertaking, will hang over him like a[ 
spell and will paralyze all his energies, and he wilJ at 
last believe, that, however feasible his plans, he is 
fated never to succeed. The habit of finishing ought 
to formed in early youth. 



183 5. JANUARY, first month 

farmer'st calendar. 
"Time speeds — away — away ' 
Another liour — another day — j 

Another month — another year — 
Drop from us like the leaflet sear ; 
Its flight produces aching hearts, 
The rose-bloom trom the cheek depart?, 
The tresses from the temples fade, : 

The eye grows dim and strange to all." j 



'Tis done.— The knell of another year has beei 
sounded. The requiem of its joys and its sorrows, : 
'now floating upon the winds. This then is a seasoj 
which strongly urges us to pause and reflect. At th 
period are we invited alike to look back upon the paj- 
and forward to the future — to contemplate what w* 
have done and what remains for us to do. And thf^ 
we may ascertain whether our progress has been ac 
jvance or retrograde we shall find it of use frequent! 
'to put to ourselves the following questions. Whi| 
have I been doing during the past year ? What havi 
I, or my friends, or the world been benefited, by th 
prolongation of my life during another year? Hav 
i added to my tstate, or bettered my condition, b 
jhonest industry.^ Have I been the means of lessen in 
the miseries, or of increasing the happiness of thos 
;around me ? What advancement have I made in pre 
'paring for a future state of existence ? It is importar 
that we should be able to give a favorable answer I 
the above questions; for if we have not been doin; 
good, we have undoubtedly done much injury — if w 
jhave learned nothing, we hdive forgotten much — if w 
lare not better than we were at the beffinning of th 
'year, we are certainly worse. He that is wise is wis 
for himself — but the simple go on to their own de 
struction. 

HINTS TO YOUNG FARMERS. 

Consider your calling the most elevated, and th 
most important ; but never be above it, nor be afrai( 
of the /rocfc and the apron, , 

Put oflf no business which ougnt and can be don< 
lo-dav until to-morrow. 



31 days, JANUARY, 1"836 t 


How quickly flies the rolling year ! 


How soon the hours are past ! 


Successively the months appear — 


Appear — but do not last. 


Gt'uU Moon 3d day, 8h I4m evening. 


d Lasf Quarter 11th day, llh 89m morning. 


'ONew Moon 18th day, 3h 37m morning. 


D First Quarter 25th day, 9h 54m morning. 


S 


^ 


CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 


* 


* 


* 

S 


) 


r &s.! 


1 






rises 


sets 


PL 


Circumcision sjcPeriiyee 


7 38 4. 22 


i^ 


n 5 29; 


2 


7 


*7/(^ JrunshifjhN 


7 38 4.22 


4 


nie sii 


3 


c 


2d S af Christmas Battle 


7 37,4 23 


5|2S| ) rise! 


4 


2 


[of Princeton 1777 


7 37 4 28 


5122,5 7j 


5 


3 




7 36 


4 24 


5^16 8 


« 


4 


Epiphany * ^ d Sup 


7 36 


4 24 


6'^!7 13' 


7 


5 




7 &5 


4 25 


6^:8 191 


8 


6 


5a«Ze JVfw OrZea7W 18 IS!? 84 


4 26 


7 nj 9 29! 


9 


7 


!7 34 


4 26 


IWJl 


10 34 


10 


c 


Isi S af Epiphanv Stamp(7 33 


4 2*7 


8- 


11 46 


11 


2 


[ocr 1765 


7 33 


4 27 


8-: 


morn. 


12 


3 


ril6 


7 3? 


4 28 


9.TT1 


58 


IS 


4 




7 31 


4 29 9,TT[ 


2 9 


14 


5 


Peace ratified 1815 


7 30 


4 30 9TT1, 


3 31 


15 


6 




7 29 


4 3110 


t 


4 49 
6 9 


16 


7 


> runs low S #t*erigee 


7 28 


4 3210 


T 


17 


c 


2d Saf Epiphanv Frank- 


7 27 


4 3311 


vs 


7 16 


18 


2 


) y d ) ? d[/iH6.1706 


7 26 


4 8411 


V9 


)sets 


19 


3 


>^d 


7 25 


4 3512 


^6 25 


!20 


4 




7 24 


4 3612 


-7 42 


21 


5 


Louis XFI beheaded 1793 


7 23 4 3712 


X8 56 


■22 


6 


? J^d^a^ Tallaposa '14 


7 224 3812 


>^ilO 7 


|23 


7 


fTmPi^f (/iWl806 


7 214 39,13|Till 13 


j24 


c 


3d S af Epiphany 


7 20|4 4013 cY' morn. 


25 


2 


3fc ^ n Conversion St Paul 


7 194 4lil3i« 17 


26 


3 




7 17 4 4313;«!l 20 


27 


4 


[died 1725 


7 16 4 4413 « 2 2S 


28 


5 


# Apogee Peter the Great 


7 15 4 45 


13 n 3 25} 


,29 


6 




7 14;4 46 


13 n 4 25 


j30 


7. 


) runs high N 


7 I3j4 47 


14 2S5 20 


.ai 


c 


Sipptuases&ima Sunday 


7 1214 49J 


14iSd 6 13 



1836. FEBRUARY, second month. I 



farmer's calendar. 
"Time speeds away — away — away! 
Like torrents on a stonriy day. 
He undermines the stately tower, 
Uproots the tree, and snaps the flower, 
And tears from our distracted breast 
The friends that loved, the friends that blest, 
And leaves us weeping on the shore, 
To which thev can return no more." 



Cold and short are the days, and long and drearyj 
!are the nights; but since most of our enjoyments; 
ispring from contrast, this very cold and dreariness! 
'tvithout tends but to increase the satisfaction within 
'at onr comfortahle firesides. While by the bounties! 
:of Providence we are screened from the bleak winds, 
I'jnd supplied with food and raiment, let us not only! 
limprove the season by profitable conversation, read- 
ing and reflection, but let us cherish that diflfusive 
kind of benevolence, which being blessed in receiving, 
is doubly blessed in giving. 

This is a short month, and how many there are 
jwho make it still shorter by sleep and dissipation ! 
VVe should all remetnber that time is a talent commit- 
ted to us, and for the use of which we must hereafterjj 
render a strict account to the Giver. Shall we then: 
waste it in idleness.'* Shall we trifle it away in vainj 
'amusements? But, says one, shall not nmn be a How- 
led any time to amuse himself? Yea, 'I would have, 
jevery man amuse himself, but I would have him seek 
his amusement in his business. The path of duty \s 
rhe only path which leads to true and lasting pljasure.^ 
But alas! how many people entirely forget this, andi 
seek for enjoyment in useless and forbidden pursuits,; 
and live as it their whole business was to kill timel 
i:ind shun the vulgar business of doing good. 



As soon as the spring opens and the frost is out ofi 
the ground, put your fences in order. | 

Plant no more ground than you can well manage! 
[and cultivate to advantage. 

j Never hire a ma.i to do a piece of work, which 
'vou can do vonrself. * 

















29 days, FEBRUARY, 1838 , 


The vernal breeze — the summer's heat — 1 


j And mellow autumn's lavish swee.t, 


1 Must yield to winter — and again 


! Must wmter yield his proud domain. ■ 


1 QFuW Moon 2d day, Ih 58m evenin<T. j 


d Last Quarter 9lh day, 9h Im evening. j 
j 9New Moon 16th day, Sh 27m evcnlntT. |j 


: D First Quarter 24th day, 6;n 


55m 


niorninor. I| 




^ 

Q 


CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 


* 

rises 


sets 


* 

S 


PL. r & s 1 


1 


2 ^^6 


7 11,4 49 


14 25 J 1 


2 


3 




7 9;4 51; 


14 ^i> rise 


S 


A 




7 8 4 52 


14^6 11 


1 4 


5 


7 6 4 54 


14rT7 7 20 
I4rn?8 '29 


' 5 


6 


Invasion of Poland 1831 


7 5 4 55 


'6 


7 


? Gr Elong. 


7 3 4 57 


14^9 .ysj 


i 7 


c 


Sexaoresima Sunria}-- 


7 2,4 58 


14^10 -7[ 
14Vv- m<»rn.i 
1 5 ITL 1 S 


S 


2 


? Perihelion 


7 l'4 59 


9 


3 


Capture of Insurgents.'G 50} 5 ll 


10 


4 


[1799'6 58:5 2J 


15lti, * 19| 


11 


5 


6 56 


5 4j 


15^2 :>:.i 
15;;. '3 50 
15 v^ 5 Of 


12 


6 


^ Stationary ) runs low S 6 54 


5 G 


13 


7 


©PeriiTee Revolution in 6 53 


5 7 


14 


c 


Quitiq.S. [En^Jand \QS6\<o 5215 SJ 


15 


^6 51 


15 


2 


^ D d 


6 51 5 9 


15 


16 


3 


)'t^d 


6 49 5 11 


14 


A^ ^ ) sets 


17 


4 


Ash Wed. 1st day Lent 


6 48 5 V£ 


14 


^6 30 

^ 7 4j 


18 


5 




6 46 


5 14i 


14 


19 


6 


*¥d 


6 45 


5 15 


14 


cy^ 8 54 


20 


7 


David Garrick h. 1716 


6 44 


5 16 


14 


cp 10 i 


21 


c 


1st S in Lent 


6 4'2 


5 18 


14 


rpjU 5 


22 


2 


^ J^d Washingtonb 1732' 6 40 


5 2o; 


14 


' 1 

y ;rnorn. 

« '0 9: 


23 


3 


Peacock taken 1813 


6 39 


5 2li 


14 


24 


4 




6 37 


5 23 


13 


nU 13; 


25 


5 


Oxlpogee Battle of War- 


6 36 


5 24, 


13 


n;2 15 


26 


6 


])1i6\ [saiv 1831 


6 35 


5 25' 


13 


n;3 13 


27 


7 


) runs hi^rh N 


6 33 


5 27; 


13as|4 7| 


28 


c 


2d S in Lent 


6 32 5 23, 


13 2514 5.5; 


29 2 




6 31 5 29 


130I5 37; 


Venus will be evening star unt 


ll the 25th of July— thence 3 


m orning star till the end of the year. ' :\ 



1836. MARCH, third month. 



farmer's calendar. 
"Time speeds away — away — away I 
No easle through the skies of day, 
No wind along the hills can flee 
So swiftly or so smooth as he, 
Like fiery steed from stage to stage 
He bears us on from age to age ; 
Then plunges in the feartul sea 
Of fathomless eternity I'' 

Winter, wiiich has so long reigned triumphant o'er 
illie conquered vear, biegins to show indications thai 
his reign is not eiernal. The sceptre trembles in the 
■)ld man's hand like a reed shaken in the wind, and 
he seems to be sensible that he must ere long surren- 
der his authority and retreat before the iriumpham 
advances of ihe king of day. Every person who has 
trees should be in readiness to set about the making 
of maple sugar. This business has been too much 
{neglected of late. Because tiie imported sugars have 
[been so cheap many farmers liav'e thought it no objeci 
to manufacture sugar for themselves. But how I 
would ask are they to be better employed at this sea- 
son .'^ The vaiiie o( all the sugar manufactured ai 
home is saved in the country while the value of thai 
which is imported goes out of the country, and there- 
fore makes it so miieh poorer. Nor is this all; Tht 
use of imported sugars encourages slavery, for nearly 
all the imported sugar is made by slaves. Let anti- 
slavery men then show their opposition to the nefari- 
ous trafRck in hunran fjesh and blood by the encour- 
ajjrem^nt of the domestic m.anufacture of maple sugar. 
jTliis too is tlie season in which the prudent farmer will 
(look forward to the approaching seasons and see what 
jimplements of htJKbandry his business will require, 
land will employ the present comparative leisure in 
'puTiinir them in readiness. 



Every day has its appropriate duties; attend lo 
I hem in succession. 

Keep no more stock than you can keep in good or- 
der, and that of the best kind. 



31 days, MARCH, 1836 


Tho' winter reigns — the north winds blow, j 


And toss about the falling snow ; 


Th' advancing sun will shortly bring 


The balmy gales of rosy spring. 


OFull Moon 3d day, 5h Im morning. 


dLast Quarter lOlh day, 4h 33m morning. 


#New Moon 17th day, 4h 13m morninor. 


DF 


irst Quarter 25iii day, 3h 33m morninsr. || 


S ^ 


CALENDAR. ASPECTS. &,C. 


* 


* 


* 


) 


> 


Q a ' ' 1 


rises 


sets 


s 


PL r 6t S.| 


1 


3 


^ $ 6 If Stat, Gov. 


6 SO 


5 30,13|a 


6 8 


^ 


4 


[Brooks died 1825 


6 28 


5 32 


1% 


6 43 


3 


5 




6 27 


5 33 


12T15 


) rise; 


4 


6 


[1770 


6 25 


5 35 


12' rm 


7 26 


5 


7 


y Stat. Boston massacre 


6 24 


5 36 


12i 


3 36i 


6 


b 


3d S in Lent ? Q 


6 22 


5 38|12-^ 


9 18 


7 


2 


> ^ 6 


6 21 


5 39;ilTr| 


11 11 


8 


3 


Wellington defeated the 


6 19|5 41inTi 


raorn.[ 


9 


4 


[French 1814 


6 175 43117 


24 


10 


5 


Perigee 


6 15'5 45 11 :^ 


1 36 


11 


6 


$i^(i > runs low S 


6 145 46 10v5> 


2 41 


12 


7 


[Priestly born 1783'6 125 48lOv5» 


3 10, 


13 


B 


4th S in Lent ^ Q Dr.|6 li:5 4910 




4 47 


14 


2 


) y (^ [sonfeorn 1767 6 95 5110 




5 23 


15 


3 


y^6 y $ 6 G€n.Jack'\6 8|5 52 9 


X 


5 58 


16 


4 




6 7,5 53 9 


X 


6 19 


17 


5 




6 55 55 9 


K 


) sets 


18 


6 




6 3:5 57, 8 


cp 


7 41 


19 


7 


^ Gr Elong. 


6 1 


5 59 8 


T 


8 47 


20 


b 


5th S in Lent sfcentersT 


6 


6 8 


« 


9 52 


21 


2 




5 59 


6 l! 8 


« 


10 59f 


i22 


3 




5 57 


6 3 7 


n 


morn. 


23 


4 


? Aphelion # Apogee 


3 55 


6 5 7 


n 


i; 


24 


5 


> runs high N 


5 53 


6 7J 7 


n 


I 1 


25 


6 


^H6 


5 52 


6 8; 7 


25 


1 59 


26 


7 




5 50 


6 lOj 6 


25 


-2 47 


27 


b S before Easter *2^n 


5 48 


6 12i 6 


a 


3 32 


28 


2 


5 47 


6 13 


6 


a 


4 9, 


29 


3 Swedenborg died 1772 


5 45 


6 15 


5 


a 


4 43; 


30 


4 i^aWie of Grochmo 1831* 


5 44 


6 16 


5 


TH? 


5 8, 


31 


sl 


5 43 


6 17 


5llT)? 


5 30 



Aa 



1836. APRIL. fourth month. 



Farmer's calendar. 
"I envy not the mighty king 

Upon the splendid throne — 
Nor crave his glittering diadem, 

Nor wish his power my own , 
For though his power and wealth be great, 

And round him thousands bow 
In revereDce — in my low estate 

More solid peace I know." 



In the various revolutions of the seasons, spring 
has once more arrived upon our shores, and at his 
approach all nature is gladdened. From the cold 
and dreary chaos of winter, a new creation is burst- 
ing forth into life. Where late all was stillness and de- 
solation, now is Heard the voice of joy and gladness. 
The husbandman now commences in earnest the la- 
bours of the field, committing the grain and other 
seeds to the mellowed earth, in confidence that the 
fruits of autumn and the stores of winter will abun- 
dantly repay all his anxiety and toil. 

If you wish it to be well with you here and hereaf- 
ter, let the for.>wing precep+s be engraved upon your 
mind and delay not to practice them in your lives. 
' Practice modesty and you shall not be ashained ; 
gratitude, and you shall receive favors — charity, and 
you shall be loved — temperance, and you shall" have 
health— prudence, and fortune shall attend you — jus- 
tice, and you shall be honored by the world — sinceri- 
ty, and your own heart shall not reproach you — dili- 
gence, and your wealth shall increase — benevolence, 
and your mind shall be exalted— sincere, and your 
life shall be useful — religion, and your death shall be 
happy.' Practice these things, kind reader, and your 
life shall glide on serenely, your mind shall be un- 
nioved by the petty commotions, which agitate the 
visions and the voice, and in the end you shall quit 
the world in peace and rise to immortality and glory. 



Instead of spending a rainy day at the dram shop, 
jas many do to their ruin, repair whatever wants 
ending — post your books. 



The new-born spring has now begun 
To smooths the aspect of the skies, 

And cheerful now th' advancing sun 
Bids joy in quick succession rise. 



Ol^'ull Moon 1st day, 5h 16m evening. 
([Last Quarter 8th day, llh 10m morning. 
0New Moon 15th dav; 6h 12m evening. 
D First Quarter 23d d'ay, 9h 54m e^emng. 



^ CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 



16 

21 7 
3 b 
4i2 
5 3 



6 

7 

8 

9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15i 6 
16(7 
17|b 
il8|2 
|l9l3 
'2014 
|21i5 
22 6 



23 
24 
25 

26 
27 
28 
29 
30 



Good Friday 

Easter Day 
J Perihelion 



* I * 
rises! sets 

y ^ c^ 5 42 6 18 

5 40 6 2C 

D ^ d 5 39 6 21 

PeriijeeS 37 6 23 



) 

PL 



r &s 



D runs low S 
? Perihelion 

1st S after Easter 

H. Claybm-nme 

^ $ 6 
^ ^ 6 



35 6 25 
34*6 26 
326 28 
3l!6 29 
296 31 
286 32 
276 33 
2616 34 
24|6 36 
236 37 
2116 39 



D ? d 
^Apogee 

D runs high N 

3d S after Easter 



[inaugurated 1789 
^^ (^ Sup Washitigton 



196 41 

2d Salter Easter Frank-5 186 42 
[lin died 17905 16^6 44 



15 15 6 45 

I5 13 '6 47 

5 12'6 48 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 



106 50 
9|6 51 
86 52 
6:6 54 
516 55 
3 6 57 



5 



di:j ]) rise 
-z7 33 

ni^ 50 
^!io 11 

t 
t 
'{? 



11 32 

morn. 
44 



53 

42 

28 
o 

29 

49 

D 9 

D sets 



cp 

n 

njil 47 
simorn. 
2b'0 44 
25 il 29 



38 
44 

9 50 

10 53 



6 58 

6 59 

7 013 



a 2 
a|2 

nj^ 3 
Tr^'3 

-A- 4 



10 
44 

32j 
54 

39 



1836. MAY, fifth month. 

farmer's calendar. 
"I envy not the miser— he 

May tell his treasures o'er, 
May heaps on heaps around him see, 

And toil and s'liih for more; 
I scorn his narrow sordid soul, 

Rapacious and unjust ; 
JXor bow beneath the base control 

Of empty gilded dust." 

O the times! O the nnanners! No sooner does the 
snow leave the oround and the gentle zephyrs unlock 
ihe icebound glebe, than all the Misses— yea, and 
Masters loo — think they miist emulate the plants and 
insects at thi? season ahd ricr Uiemselves but in new 
and parti-colored dresi^es. New gowns — new bonnets 
— new handkerchiefs and new jackets are all the cry. 
The sayings ol PoQr Richard are wholly forgotten. 

But as he savs it is always true that 

* ■'.'*' 

This pride of dress is sure a very curse, 

a'nd what a blessing it would be to the world if man- 
kind generally would take heed lo the other line of 
ihe couplet ifi which he says 

Ere fancy you consult, consult your purse. 
Without re^rard to parents' circumsiances or income, 
jour country Mioses manifest much loo strong a pro- 
pensity lo ape the fas/iionabtes of the city. Their 
lace, iheir lawn, iheir shawls and tlieir leghorn, must 
not li^li a whit below the finest. But this will not do 
for/armer's daughters. No, my fair friends, let your 
adorning be healthy countenances and virtuous lives, 
and instead of aping the extravagance of the votaries 
jiif fashion, teach them by your examples that you un 
jderstand the true glory ot an independent people, an 
ifhatyou are always ready to discl^arge your duty a& 
'the daughiers of freemen. 



j Keep a place (i>r your tools — and your tools in Iheir 

jplaces. 

j Shuuld you be fond of the chase or the sport with 

the hook, indulge occasionally, but never to the injury 

jof more important concerns. 



iTmrtinii 1 n il 



i 31 days, MAY, 1836 


The Lark, uprising, lunes his song, 


And swells his liitle notes on high, 


The lowing herds the theme prolong, 


And praise the God who built the sky. 




j QFuii Mooij IsL (lay, 3ti 7m inurnmg. 


■ 


d Last Quarter 7th day, 5h 58m evening. 


#Nevv Moon 15th day. 9h 16m morning. 


D F*ist Quarter 23d day, Ih 4m evening. 


OFulI Moon 30th dav, llh 9m mornintr. 


i^ 


^ 


CALENDAR. ASPECTS. &C. • 


* 


* ) 


> 


Q 


Q ' ' irises 


sets 


h PL 


r & 8 


T 


b 


4th « at Easter ? Q 


4 59 


7 1 


3 


TTL 


D rise 


2 


2 


• Perigee 


4 58 


7 2 


3 


^ 


9 11; 


3 


3 




4 66 


7 4 


3 


t 


10 23 


4 


4 


D runs low S 


4 55 


7 5 


3 


t 


11 40 


5 


5 




4 54 


7 6 


4 


\S 


morn. 


6 


6 


? Perihelion 


4 52 


7 8 


4 


y? 


41 


7 


7 


Bible Society formed 180S 


4 51 


7 9 


4 




1 30 


8b 


Rogation Sunday ) ^ ^ 


4 50 


7 10 


4 


^^/ 


2 4 


9 2 


Columbus sailed from Ca- 


4 48 


7 12 


4 


>£ 


2 30 


10 3 


[diz 1501 


4 46 


7 14 


4 


X 


2 56 


11 4 




4 45 


7 15 


4 


cp 


3 15 


112:5 


Ascensioa Dav ]> $ 6 


4 44 


7 16 4 


cp- 


3 34' 


13:6 


[1809 


4 43 


7 17|4 


Ti 


3 54 


|l1|7 


Bonaparte takes Vienna 


4 41 


7 19 4 


« 


4 I5I 


15 b S af Ascension sfceciipsed 


4 40 


7 20,4 


b 


D sets! 


161 2 


? Gr Elong [visible 


4 39 


7 21 4 


n 


8 43; 


17 3 


^ T> 6 


4 38 


7 22:4 


n 


9 42 


18! 4 


D runs high N •Ap 


4 37 


7 23|4 


n 


10 40 


19:5 


D ? d 1)216 


4 36 


7 24' 4 


2S 


11 28 


'20 6 Columbus died 1506 • 


4 35 


7 25! 4 


25 


morn. 


21 7 Island of St. Helena dis- 


4 34*7 26 1 4 


a 


• 8 


22 b. Whit Sunday [cou. 1507 


4 387 2714 


a 


42 


23i2 




4 327 28,4 


a 


1 11 


24 


3 




4 3^7 28 4 


^0? 


1 35 


25 


< 


*Ji^a 


4 317 29 3 


n^ 


1 58 


26 


5 




4 30 7 30,3 


:^ 


2 20 


27 


6 


l>h6 


4 29 7 31 3 


^ 


2 40 


28 


7 


Wm Pitt born 1758 


4 29,7 31 3 


TTl 


S 4 


29 


b 


Trinily Sunday 


4 28i7 32 3 


m 


3 30 


30 


2 


•^Perigee 


4 27 7 33 3 


^ 


]) rise 


3113 


a Gr Elong. 


4 27,7 33 3 


^ 


9 20 



1836. JUNE, sixth month. 

farmer's calendar. 
"My wants are few and well supplied 

By my productive fields, 
I court no luxuries beside, 

Save what contentment 3 ields. 
More pure enjoyrpent labour gives, 

Than wealth or fame can bring, 
And he is happier who lives 

A farmer than a kin£." 



AI! around is now gayeiy and cheerfulness. The: 
hill, the dale, the meadow and the wood all, all are 
teeminf^ with life and aciiviiy, and the mingled ac- 
cents of lovf^ :ind joy — the perfumes of myriads ofj 
flowers, — are now borne upon every breeze. How 
should our hearts glow with gratitude to Him, from 
whom we derive such a profusion of enjoyment! In- 
stead ot a monotonous uniformity, which would soonj 
tire and disgust, the vicissitudes ol the seasons present} 
us witli unceasing variety — with a constant succes-j 
sion of new beauties — new feelings and new enjoy- 
ments. And how delightful at this season of promise! 
is the labour of the field. The landscape is beauty' 
and the air is balm and melody. j 

He who keeps pace with his business outruns tnel 
sheriff, — yea — effectually too. if hp has no bad habits 
to impede him* Bad habits — aias how much it costs 
the world to support these burthensome excresences. 
What vast sums are annually expended for the support 
of those nuisances — those engrines of disease, of sin 
■and of icretchedness — alcohol a ud tobacco. Ah! and^ 
whai a saving might be made in health and money, j 
by moderating or abandoning the present free uae of 
tea and coffee. 



Never trust your money in the hands of that man 
who will put his own to hazard. 

When interest or a debt becomes due, pay. it at the 
time, whether your creditor wants it or not. Neverj 
ask him to " wait till next week'''' but pay it. Never 
insult him by saying, '' you do not want." Punctu- 
ality is a key to every man's chest. 



Wdays, JUNE , 

Spring still boasts her blossom'd boughs 
Waving in the vernal gale ; 

And her songsters warbled vows, 
Echoing down each peacefiil dale. 



1836 



]) LasL Quarter 6ih day, 2h 9ni raornino. 
©New Moon 14th day, Oh 46m morning. 
D First Quarter 22d day, Ih 2ra morning. 
OFull Moon 28th day,'6h 6ra morning. 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 



13 2 

14 3 



15 
16 



D runs low S 

[Tripoli 1805 
Treaty of Peace with 
1st S af Trinity ]^ ^ 6 



J^^Stationary 

)> t 6 

2d Saf Trinity 
? Stationary 
]) runs high N ©Apogee 



D n6 

17;6!D ? c^ 

18: 7 ? brightest 

19! b 3d S at Trinity ^ Aphel 

20 2! 



21 

22 
23 
24 
25 

26 

2712 

28 3 

29 4 
30'5 



:itcenters25 



4 20 
4 20 
4 20 
4 20 
4 20 
4 20 
4 20 
4 20 
20 

)> h 6 JVativ. St. John\4 20 

? Q 

4ih Saf Trinity 

*^ dinf 

]) runs. low S 



[Baptist 



iPerisree 



* 

sets 

26 7~34 
25 7 



rises 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 



25 

24 
24 
23 
23 
22 
22 
22 
21 
21 
21 
21 



iPerisree 



20 
20 
20 
20 



F|PL 

3[V5 
2|V5' 






2;xp 

l;T 1 

cy^ 1 



35 

35 

36 

36 

37 

37 

38 

38 

38 

39 

39 

39 

39|0 n 

40i9 2B 

40I0|2d 

40|oia 



> 

r&s 



10 32 

11 23 
morn. 
7 

34 



1 
1 
1 
1 

n 



n48 



40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 



59 

39 

58 

19| 

41! 

7 

3 40, 
D sets! 

9 32 

10 10 
10 42' 



i;a 
i|a 

1 TT]?0 



11 
11 



15 
39 



morn. 
1 



2117 39 3 
2117 39 3 



2'-y 
2,]TL 
2 TTj, 
40 2,^ 
40i3|:^ 
40 3 .ys 



21 

43j 

6' 

28' 
56i 
34i 



D rise 
9 9 
9 57 



1836. JULY, seventh month. 



farmer''s calendar. 
"Sol now advancing hot and high, 

Strains every fiery feature, 
To make a furnace of the sky, 

And of the earth a heafer. 
From marshes he is prone to suck 

Up elements of thunder, 
And some folks. are with lightning struck^ 

And some are struck with wonder." 



This season reminds us of that period which tried 
nnen's souls. Let the returnina birih day of ouV na- 
[lion awaken in our minds a train of useful reflection^— 
jsuch reflection as will enable us duly to appreciate the 
advantages which we possess over the other nanions 
K)f the earthi and safely transmit them down to our 
{latest posterity. Let tlie ajiniversary be celebrated,! 
hut instead of making it a day of revelry and drunk- 
jenness, let it be a day of' sober reflection — a day to 
jbe employed in instructing the rising generation in 
'the events of our history — in the principles of civil 
liberty — and in infusing into their breasts that elevat- 
ed spirit of patriotism, which glowed in the American 
jbosoms in "76. 

j Hay-making is one of the most hurrying seasons of 
{the year and it is a season which requires not only 
idiligence, but the utmost care and circumspection. 
.To make hay while the sunshines, is a maxim which is 
'in every body's mouth, but every body does not re- 
duce it to practice. Many people are in such a fidget 
10 get done haying before their neighbors that they 
!do not half make their hay, but tumble it into the 
barn, or stack, green or wet, where it heats and smokes 
land moulds, and what is it good for when winter 
comes? It has lost one hall^ or two thirds, of its nu- 
tritive properties and, moreover, is rendered unwhol- 
'some and unpalatable by the fermentation. Hay by 
all means should be well* cured ; but if the unfavora- 
bleness of the weather should render il, necessary to 
carry in hay wet, or green, intersp-rse it freely with 
salt. It may repay you the expense with interest. 



31 days, JULY, 1836. 

Summer doth her flowers expand, 
And her .earliest fruits "display ; 
Now she calls her jocund band 
To spread arou nJ the fragrant hay. 

d Last quarter 5th day, Oh. 44m. evening, 
# New Moon 13lh day, 3h. 58m. eveninj^. 
D First quarter 2^1st dav, lOh. 14m. morn. 
Q Full Moon 28ih day, Oh. 56ra. morn. 

I- CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &,C. ' ' 



risps 



* 

SlPtS.I 



I PL 



r 



& 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
U 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
^24 
25 
26 
27 
28 j 
29 
SO 
31 



T>^6 ? & ^ slat. 5j:apo, 
5th S after Trinity 
Independence 1776 



^ Stat. [dock 1755 

D ^ c^ Defeat of Brad 

6th S al Trinity 

©Apogee 

D ^ c{- > runs high N. 

French rev. com. 1789 



[Flight of Mahomet 622 
7th S ai Trinity 



*i(d 



2lj7 
22|7 
22J7 
22,7 
23 7 



oM 3 

38 
38 
38 



■^h O Inquisition re-es-^ 
[tablished in Spain 1814J4 
Gihralter taken 1 704 
8th S af Trinity 
•^'^6 Ir>^« St. James. 
]) runs low S ©perifree. 



9 lid ? aphelion 
l>y^6 ^^tn. Penn d. 1718j4 
9lh S af'Trinitv I4 



23 
24 

24 
25 
25 7 

26,7 

26i7 

27|7 

28i7 

29,7 

30j7 

3li7 

32,7 

337 

34,7 

35|7 

367 

36J7 

37|7 

.387 

397 

40i7 

42|7 

43 7 

447 

457 



37 
37 
36 
36 
35 



35 5 
34 5 
34 5 
33^5 
32,5 
3115 
30' 6 



)£ 



10 30 

11 

X 11 441 
^'morn. 



^ 

yo 

« 
^ 1 

nil 
n 2 



2c 
2B 

®,8 
^,9 
^9 



3; 
22; 
45; 

10. 
42 
16, 



2 591 

D sets; 

43; 

is: 
40! 



29 6 n^ 10 4 
28: 6 rrj^'io 27|' 
27 6, =^10 47 
26 6 -:|11 9 
25 6 :^|W 32i 
24 6 lU'll 54| 
24 6 TItlmorn.L 
23 61^ ,0 261 
22 6;:^ il 
21 6|v<);2 ,, 
20 6 lyjia 
18 6Uiirifeij 



17 6 
1616 
15*6 



8 

x:9 

.X-9 



58! 
24! 

48] 



' 1836. AUGUST^ 'efghth month. 

farmer's calendar. 
" It may very truly be said 

That his is a noble vocation, • 

Who.=e industry leads him to spread 

About him a little creation. 
He lives independent of all 

Except the Omnipotent Donor, 
Has always enough at his call, 

And more is a plague to its owner." 



He, who sowed in hope, now reaps in fruition. He 
is now receivinff the reward which a hountifui Provi- 
dence lias seen fit !<» bestow upon his humble confi- 
dence and well directed industry. Thus is the prom- 
ise of scripture made good, " thai while the earth 
remaineth, seed time and harvest, and cold and heat, 
and summer and winter, and day and nin'ht shall noi 
cease.'' Let your crops be secured as soon as they 
are ripe. The rains and storms are not lar off, and 
a few days delay may cause a greater waste ihanl 
iwice the expense of securing them. 

Particular attention should be paid, at tliis*season,' 
to the preservation of healiii. This is the season for 
|cho!era, dyseiitery and fevers. Be cleanly in your 
persons and dress — be temperate and regular in your 
meats and drinks — and avoid exposure to the evening 
air and to dampness. Bevvare of eating loo Ireely of 
fruits of any kuid and especially of those which are 
unripe. Be cautious too in the use of cold water at 
this hot season. Scarcely a year passes in which in- 
dividuals do not fall a sacrifice to their imprudence in 
drinking cold water when in a stale of profuse perspi- 
'ration, and many others lay thereby the foundation of 
iprotract^d disease and more lingering dissolution. 
jWiih regard to the use of a/co/io/, what I say unto 
iyou, I say uu:o all — taste not — touch not — Imndle not — 
iest in the end you perish in tlie visino-. 



JS^ever buy any thmg at auction because itie arucle 
is going cheap, unless you have a use lor it. 

By driving your business before you, and not per- 
mitting vour business to drive you, y^u will have op- 
portunilie?^ to indulge in innocent diversions. 



SI days, ;\UGUST, "^^ '"\ ^ 1836.1 


But, though fair the blossoms blow, 


The brow of blooming May to deck, 


And the moisten'd fruit may grow, 


Summer's fervid thirst to check, 


C Last Quarter, 4jJk day, 2h. 20ni. morning. 


©New Moon 12llrtay, 6h. 21m. morninir. 


D First Quarter 19lh day, 5h 25m. evening. 


.QFull Moon 26th day, 8h. 49m. morning. 


!? 


p 


CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 


>K :4c [>ic 9 


• 


,_^ 


^ 


rises sets.l S pl 





s 


^ 




r. &s. 


1/2- ? ? ci |4 46 


7 14 


6 


T 


10 9 


2 


3 


^ Perihelion {4 47 


7 13 


6 


T 


10 28 


3 


4 


"^116 4 48 


7 12 


6 


« 


10 48: 


4 5 


'4 49 


7 11 


6 


i^ 


11 10 


5 6 Bat. ofBrownstown 1812 4 50 


7 10 


6 


« 


11 43' 


6 7^^ 4 51 


7 9 


6 


n 


morn. 


7 b lOlh S af Trinity ^ ]) d 4 53 


7 7 


5 


n 


16 


8 2 


D runs high N. D apogee 4 54 


7 6 


5 


25 


54 


9> 


:4 55 


7 5 5 


25 


1 45 


10,4 


]> ^ 6 D2^d Dyd4 56 


7 4 5 


K 


2 43j 


ill's 


4 57 


7 3 


5 


3 48 


il2 6 


G«o. IF. horn 1762 4 58 


7 2 


5 


a 


D Sets' 


Us! 7 


*y dSup 5 


7 


5 


"3? 


8 11 


14; b 


lllh S al Trinity. 5 1 6 59 


4 


fU? 


8 34 


15 


2 


\ton 1777:5 3 '6 57 


4 


n 


8 55' 


16 


% 


? Stat. Battle of Bening- 


5 4'6 56 


4 


:^ 


9 15 


17 


4 


D ^d 


5 5!6 55 


4 


-/■\- 


9 34 


18 


5 




5 76 53 


4 


n 


9 59 


19 6 


Guerriere taken 1812 


5 8i6 52 3 


TTl 


10 26 


20 7 




5 10:6 50 3 


t 


11 3 


2l b 


]2lh S afTrinity 


5 126 48 3 


t 


11 51^ 


22:^ 


D runs low S 


5 14 6 46 3 


vs 


morn.! 


23^ 




5 16 6 44 2 


\s 


56 


24 4 


• perigee Battle of Blad- 5 17 6 43 2 




2 11 


25 5 


*Jit§ [ens6urg-/i 1814 5 19,6 41 2 




3 33, 


26 6 


[1776 


5 21 16 39 2 


X 


D rise; 


27|7 


Battle of Long Island, 


5 226 38 1 


X 


7 48. 


28, b ISth S afTrinity 


5 23!6 37 1 


cp 


8 • 8 


29 2 


5 24|6 36; I 


cp 


8 29 


30,3 


? brightest 


5 25 


6 35 


Ti8 50 


3lU 




5 26l6 34|0 


bl9 13 



1836. SEPTEMBER, ninth month. 

farmer's calendar. J 

"He works with his hands, it is true, 

But happiness dwells with employment j 
And he who has nothing to do 

Has nothing by way of eij^yment. 
His labours are mere exercil^ 

Which saves him from pains and physicians ; 
Then, farmers, you truly may prize 

Your own as the best of conditions." 



As where there is no fuel fire goeth out, so where 
ihere is no talebearer, strife ceaseth. But one tatler 
is sufficient to keep a whole neighborhood in a con- 
linuai uproar. He can sow the seeds of strife and 
jlike the Bohon Upns, scatter devastation and death 
uhrough the sphere of his baleful influence. The hus- 
ibody IS the most detestable body. Let not 'the lis- 
itening ear encourage him, but let him rather be spurn- 
ed from good society and held up to the contempt andj 
derision of the wise and prudent. 
j The fiu-mer who has either a sense of duty or in-i 
Iterest does not need to be exhyted to diligence. He| 
is not like the lazy ox which needs to be continually! 
{pricked and goaded. But the slugcrard — what shall I 
!say to him.'' What shall ! say to him who is saying! 
jto himself a little more sleep and -a little more slum-j 
ber .'' Ca!J i arouse him.'' — Can I quirken him.^ oris 
he incorrigible and his case desperate.'' Oh idleness! 
!too welcome a guest, but, alas, a most dangerous en-i 
lemy ! How many victims dost thou conduct to pov-' 
erty, ♦'o disgrace and to wretchedness ! The idle man' 
is always an unhappy man, and he cannot long be ani 
innocent man. The transition from inactivity to vice! 
is direct and easy and scarcely any maxim is betTer 
founded than that an idle man's brains are the deviVs 

workshop. Shun idleness then as vou would destruc- 

l • 
I ion. 



Never carry your notes in your pocket book, as the 
esk or trunk is a more appropriate place. Keep 
ithem on file and in order, ready to be found when 
wanted. 



50 days, 



SEPTEMBER, 



1836. 



Vie thsy with the bounteous store 
That my teeming fields supply, 

When — the golden harvest o'er — 
Ascends the shout of grateful joy ? 



d Last Quarter 2d day, 6h. 57m. evening. 
©New Moon lOih day, 7h. 52m. evening. 
D First Quarter 17th day, llh. 23m. evening. 
OFuli Moon 24tli dav, 6h. 57m. evening. 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS. &C. 



1|5 
2' 6 

4 B 

5 2 
6,3 

7 4 
8(5 
9 6 



rises) .«eis. 
Giles 15 27|6TJ3 

Great fire in London \b 28 6 32 



D runs high N. [166615 29 
14ih S afl Trin. ©Apgee(5 31 
? e^ D ^ d p 32 

D ? d 5 33 

]>n6 5 35 

Nalivitv Bkssed V Marv 5 37 
' ^ "^ 5 38 

10 7 Battle of Lake Erie, 1813 5 4C 

11 B 15ih Sun after Trinitv J5 41 
12-2 D ? c$ "15 Ai 
1 3' 3 Battle of Quebec, 1759 '5 45 
\4 4 D h 6 j5 47 

15 5 ^ Aphelion |5 48 

16 6 James II died, 1701 5 49 
17: 7 ID runs low S 5 5C 
IS^B 'l6th Sun after Trinity 5 52 



19; 2 ( ? U6 Battle of Still-\5 54 

©Perigee [loater, 1777 5 5 

5 57 
>jcentersi2: 5 59 

6 



20 
21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29! 5 

SO 6 



1>V6 



4 

5 

6 

7, 

B il7ih Sun alter Trinity 

3 ^ Great Elongation 
4 



6 31 
6 29; 
6 28' 
6 27, 
6 25 
6 23 
6 22' 
6 20 
6 19: 
6 17! 
6 15; 
6 13 
6 12 

5 11! 

6 10! 
6 8; 



PLlr. &s. 
«i9~36 
n!l0 
10 

11 



JO, 

30, 
36' 



SShiorn.l 



2,2cj0 
2a 1 
2X12 

31^13 

S'njl-6 
4^^7 
4'^7 
4,1118 

5iTri'8 

5';f|9 

5!^ 9 
6^ 10 
6V5'!ll 

6V? 



25 
31; 
35 
4! 

sets 
56 
16 

38. 
21 
27 

3, 
52 
46 
56: 



6 1 5 591 

6 35 571 

6 45 gel 

6 65 54| 

6 75 53! 

6 95 51 

Vorktown invested, 1781 |6 105 50,l0."n!8 



7A*V 
i '^^ 
7/w 

7K 

8t 
9 « 
9 y 
9n 



morn. I 

1 12: 

2 29' 

3 47,' 
rises, j 
6 28 



49 
13 

38 

7 

45 



1831. OCTOBER, tenth month. 



farmer's calendar. 
"The summer flowers are faded, 

The fate of beauty sharing, 
And nature, somewhat jaded, 

Seems overdone with bearing. 
But fruit these flowers succeding. 

The orchardist requiting, 
Abundant as in Eden, 

Is scarcely less inviting." 



:\i 



I There is already a very perceptible abatement in 
llhe energies of the vejietable Wvorld. The flowers are 
vanished, the grass is losing its freshness and verdure 
j — the seeds are ripening and returning into the bosom 
of the earth — the fruits are swelling upon the trees 
or mellowing upon the ground, and the forests smitten 
jby the chili ir^last^ ol'the north and tlie nocturnal frost^^ 
■are now putting on their variegated dress of red, and; 
jorangc" and yellow. Delay not to secure the blessing.' 
jwhich a boun'illil Providence is sprSding around you. 
j Apples which are to be kept for winter's use should 
|he carelsilly picked from thelrecs by hand in the mid- 
|dle of the day when perfectly dry, and tliey shouiii be 
kept thinly spread in some cool dry place. Even iri 
w^inter the cooler and drier they are kept, (if not al- 
lowed to freeze,) the better they will be preserved. 
Apples which are 1o be made into cider should be al- 
lowed to lie nnd become mellow. The cider will be 
richer, and late made cider ferments slower and will 
keep better than that which is made early. Suffer 
not your corn to lie too long in heaps before it is 
husked, nor even afterwards. Its qualities are mate 
rially injured by being in the least heated. Potatoes 
keep best in a cold moist cellar, well secured from frost, 
but as little above freezing point as possible. In S 
warm cellar potatoes will be injured by sprouting, and 
in a dry cellar they will wilt and diminish in quanti- 
ty and quality. 



Should you think of building a house, be not in a 
hurry but first have every material on the spot, and 
'let your cellar be as large as the frame. 



31 days, OCTOBER , 

Mine's the treasure of the bee, 

The luscious dew for me she blends; 

Mine ihe produce of each tree 

Thai "neath its weight o'erloaded bends. 



1836. 



d Last Quarter 2(1 day, ih- 51m. evening. 
©New Moon 10th day, 8h. 38nn. morninf^. 
D First Quarter 17ih day, 5h. 34m. morning. 
GFi'l! Mocn 24ih d^y, 8h. 13m. morniriL''. 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, ScC. 



1 7 I D runs lii«rh N 
SbllSlhSafTr ©Apogei 



1 * 
j rises 

6"12 



3 
4 
5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 2 
U 3 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
:18 
19 
'20 5 
;2l'6 
22 7 
;23b 
'24 2 
25 3 



$ 6 
? 6 



? Great Eions" 



* 

sets. 



F.pJr.&s. 



48 
46 



14 

16 5 44 
1715 43 
195 4i 



20 5 4012 T) 



22 1 5 S^ 
"iS'O 37 
2515 



2615 







27; 
29;5 

30 5 30 



? h 6 

I9iii Sun alwr Tnnity 
y Staiionarv 
1> ^ 6 

Queeii.'itown battle, 1812 
©Perigee Penii b 1777'6 32|5 23 
D rons low S '6 34,5 26 

20ili Sun after Trinitv '6 36;5 24 
Burgoyne sun-en' d, 1777 J6 3715 23 
Battle Leipsic, 1313 6 39.5 21 

\l> ^ i Cornwallis taken 6 4015 
[17816 42 5 
^^ i Inf |6 43 

Battle of Red Bank, 1711 6 45 



26 

27 
.28 
'29 
,30 

31 



21st Sun after Trinity 
D eclipsed, invisible 
Macedonia taken 1812 



St Simon and St Jude 
D runs high N 
22d S af Tr 



6 46 
6 47 



49 
50 
51 5 

5215 
6 54;5 



20 
18 
17 
15 
14 
13 
11 
10 



101 n 9 26 
11 25 10 19 
ll's 11 20 
11]^ morn.' 

26! 

1 28! 

2 35 

3 43,1 

4 5i!! 

D SOt*^: I 

5 22j 

6 26 

7 h 

7 55: 

8 38 

9 41 
10 57 

morn. 
14 



2,ri5 
35 12'-^ 

34'l3r^ 

33ll3ll| 
31 



13 ir,' 
13^ . 

14 ^i 
HvS'l 
14V5>| 
14^ 

15- 
15X 
15K 
15K 

15 cp 

16 cp 

16' v^ 

i6n 
9!l6in 
8 16 n 
6 i6;2s 



46' 

1 



rises. 



2!*b 6 



Apogee 6 56 5 

6 57'5 



16 €5 

16 gs 



5 
6 
6 

7 

8 

9 

10 



38; 

9i 
41 
19 

8 

7i 
9 



FARMEE.'S CALENDAR. 

"The fields bow lately studded, 

With ears of golden glowing, 
And all the land how ffocded 

With bounties overflowing. 
O then a tribute render 

To the Almighty Giver, 
Of all the heart can tender, 

And all the tongue deliver." 



Winter is now evidently m&king advances toward?! 

our clime, and the prudent farmer will not allow it to 

come upon him unawares, like a thief in the night. 

He will be prepared for his approach. His buildinirs 

>vill be put in order, his windows will be glazed, not 

stuffed with rags and his cellar will be well secured 

from the frost. His farming tools will all be placed 

under shelter, where they will be safe and where they 

may readily be found whenever the,y shall be wanted 

in the spring. A man must save as well as get if he 

Iwould be a thriving farmer. Not that he may keep 

jevery thing for self , but that he may have in his hands 

jthe means of doing good. God has blessed the labour 

of your hands that you have it in your power to reap 

a double blessing to yourself by blessing others. 

Let us, my brethren, reflect a moment upon th.e 
source of that abundance, with which our labours have 
been crowned. Ii is, fndeed, none other than the 
fountain of our own existence — it is none other than 
that Almighty Being who upholdeth us and all creat- 
ed thinofs. And can we, in the midst of these reflec- 
tions, withhold from him a tribute of gratitude.'' Can 
we refrain from pouring out our hearts before him in 
5ongs of praise and thanksgiving; that our labours 
have been crowned with success — that our unprofita- 
ble lives have been spared — and we are now enjoying 
favours unnumbered and unmerited? Surely it is a 
joyful thing to be thankful. 

Should you take the JVeiv- England Farmer ^ or any 
other periodical Journal, pay for it in advance. 



30 days, 



NOVEMBER, 



1836. 



Mine's the calm, still tranquil day. 

Suited to the poet's dream, 
Whilst the fading woods display 

A deep, rich, mellow, changing gleam. 



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farmer's calendar. 
The year declines, and winter comes, 

Prepared to storm our quarters, 
And bullying Boreas sounds without 

Xjike roar of mighty waters. 
* To all who sufier good or bad 

Let aid be now extended 
For his condition is most sad. 

Who baa the most offended.' 

'If the beauties of the year arc so fading, and its 
bounties io soon perish ; if the loveliest scenes af na- 
ture lose their power to charm, and a few revolving 
jmonths, or years at most, break the spell that binds us 
to those we love best; if the figure of the earth is} 
changed by its own convulsions ; if forms of govern- 
ment and of religion, which prevail in one age are 
exploded in another; if nothing on earth or in the 
waters preserves itself unchanged, what is there which 
remains forever the same .'* What is there, over which 
autumnal winds and wintry frosts have no power.'* 
What is there, which does not pass away — which is 
proof against the might of the ocean's waves, the 
convulsions of mountains and the fluctuations of hu- 
man opinion ? It is surely the truth of God revealed 
in his blessed word. It is this which shall not pass 
away. Through the instrumentality of this 

His hand the good man fosters hi the skies 
And bids earth roll, nor feels the idle whirl.' 

As the year is now closing, let us, my friends, en- 
deavour to profit by the instructions which its vicisi- 
ludes and changes are calculated to afford. Let us 
contemplate the period of our earthly existence, of 
which the varied year is a striking emblem, and may 
jthe errors of the past make us watchful for the future, 
and may we all be enabled so to pass through the 
sceaes of life's eventful year, th?.t we may close it in 
peace, prepared to reap a richer and more abundant 
harvest of happiness in the regions of immortality. 



Never"*' run into debt" without a reasonable proba- 
bility of solving it at the time agreed. 



31 days. 



DEOEMBEU, 



"TFS6" 



And while I autumn's bounties prove, 

And while my breast these bounties cheer, 

My grateful heart shall soar above 
To Him who rules the changing year. 



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A brief view of the Union, embracing the settlement, clim- 
ate, soil, productions, Sfc. of each state, Governor 1835-6, 
state election, and meeting of the Legislatures. 



MAINE. 

The District of Maine, so called, until it became an 
independent state in 1820, had been connected with Mas- 
sachusetts in all its polilical and social relations. The 
celebrated John Smith made an unsuccessful attempt to 
settle this country in 1614. The first permanent lodge- 
ment of the whites in this slate was made from the Ply 
mouth colony at York, in 1630. Emigration to this slate 
has been more slow than to those of a milder climate 
yet perhaps there is nu slate in the union, that promises 
more indepen^lence from its own natural strength and re- 
sources than Maine. Its first settlers were a race of men 
with good minds, stout hearts and strong arms; by them 
and their sons the stately forests were converted into an 
article of commerce, of immese value ; thus preparing 
large portions of the soil for its ultimate staples, — wheat, 
beef, and wool. The iSt. Croix, Sheepscot. Androscoggin, 
Saco and other rivers, with the noble Penobscot and Ken- 
nebec, flowing into the sea on her extensive coast, meet- 
ing at their months many delightful bays, with islands of 
romantic beauty, where good harbours abound ; together 
with her fine ships, and hardy sailors, give to Maine pecu- 
liar advantages for navigation and the fisheries. P(Jrt- 
land is the most important mart of trade in this state, and 
has a fine harbour near the sea. Augusta, at the head of 
sloop navip;alion on the Kennebec, 45 miles from itS; 
mouth, in lat. 44° 17^N. and Ion. 69° 50' W. is a beauti 
ful town, and is now l^ecome the capital of the state. In 
1826 there were 138,000 children in Maine, between 4 
and 2] years of age, of Avhich about 102,000 attended 
school. The annual expenditure is about $138,000. — 
Every town within the state is obliged by law to raise an- 
nually, a sum equivalent at least to 40 cents from each 
person within the town, for the support of common schools. 
This State is bounded north west, and north by Lowei 
Canada; east by New Brunswick ; south by the Atlantic 
ocean ; and west by New Hampshire. Situated between 
43° 5' and 48° 3' North Lat. and 70° 55' and 66° 47' East 



41 

Longitude. Andrew P. Dunlap, Governor. Election 2d 
Monday in Sept. meeting of Legislature, Ist Wednesday 
in Jan. 

' NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

This State was first peopled by Europeans, by virtue 
of a grant from the Plymouth Company to John Mason 
and Ferdinando Gorges, in 1622. Their first locations 
were at Little Harbour, on the west side of Piscataqua 
river, and at Cocheco, now Dover. In 1631 the first 
house was built at Portsmouth. In 1638 Exeter was 
settled. In 1641 the first settlers formed a coalition witb 
Massachusetts, and remained connected with that colonyj 
until 1679. In 1719 about 100 families from the north of| 
Ireland settled at Londonderry: They introduced thej 
foot spinning wheel, the manufacture of linen, and thej 
culture of potatoes. In 1776 this colony led the van in i 
forming a constitution of her own, founded on the free] 
suffrages of the people. New Hampshire is more rrtoun-] 
tainous than any of her sister states, yet she boasts of| 
large quantities of luxuriant interval. Her high lands 
produce food for cattle of peculiar sweetness ; and noj 
where can be found the necessaries, conveniences, and 
luxuries of life, united, in greater abundance ; cattle and 
wool are its principal staples. This state raises annually 
$90,000 for the support of common schools, and has a 
literary fund of a considerable amount derived from a tax 
on bank capital. This state is bounded north by Lower 
Canada, east by Maine, south east by the Atlantic ocean 
and Massachusetts, south by Massachusetts, and west! 
and north west by Vermont. Situated between 42° 42' 
and 45° 14' North Lat. and 72° 27' and 70° 35' W. Lon. 
Wm. Badger, Governor. Election 2d Tuesday in March; 
meeting of Legislature 1st Wednesday in June. 
VERMONT. 

The territory 6i this state was originally claimed by 
Massachusetts, and afterwards both by New Hampshire 
and New York. In 1777 the people inhabiting this ter- 
ritory declared themselves independent, and formed a 
government of their own. Although this fourteenth state 
was not admitted into the union until after the revolu- 
ionary contest was over, yet she vigorously resisted 
British oppression. Bennington,, its oldest town, was 
chartered by Benning Wentworth, Governor of New 
Hampshire, in 1749. A range of mountains covered 



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iwith spruce, hemlock and other evergreens divides this 
state nearly in the centre ; hence its name ; and hence its 
epithet "Green Mountain Boys," celebrated for their bra-j 
very in the war of independence. This state is very fer- 
tile and produces all sorts of grain in great abundance. — 
;Alanufactures flourish on many of the delightful streams 
of Vermont, and its hills produce marble of superior ex- 
cellence. The state is bounded north by Lower Canada,) 
east by Connecticut river, south by Massachusetts, andi 
west by New York. Situated between 42° 44' and 45| 
North Lat. and 73° 16' and 71° 20' W. Longitude.— 
Election 1st Tuesday in Sept.; meeting of Legislature 
2d Thursday in October. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 
This state, the parent of all the New England colonies, 
was first permanently settled by Europeans at Plymouth 
;on the 22d of Dec. 1620, by a sturdy band of 101 independ- 
ents, the persecuted subjects of King James the first of 
England. Another colony, under the style of the Massa- 
chusetts Bay colony, was planted at Salem in 1628. These 
colonies remained seperate till 1686, when both colonies 
were deprived of their charters. In 1692 they were united 
into one colony under a nev.' charter. The country, now 
the New-England States, was formerly called North Vir- 
ginia, but owing to the favorable representations of it made 
by the celebrated John Smith, who visited Massachusetts 
Bay in 1614, it has ever since, in compliment to its laxur- 
liance and beauty, bore its present name. During the In- 
dian and French wars, Massachusetts expended much 
blood and treasure ; on her soil the first spark of American 
Independence was lighted, and her arm was the strongest 
in the combat for its achievement. This state has about 
i40 millions of dollars invested in manufacturing stock; 
■more than 20 millions of dollars in bank capital, and 
about 8 millions in insurance stock. A great variety and 
amount of manufactured articles are exported from this 
state ; also fish, whale-oil, lumber, beef, pork and other 
productions of the sea and soil. Her literary, religious, 
:and charitable institutions are the pride of Massachu- 
setts. Within a few years Boston alone has expended 
! nearly two millions of dollars for objects of that charac- 
'ter, exclusive of an annual expenditure of about $200,- 
000 for the support of public and private schools. This' 
state is bounded north by V er mont an d New-Hampshire ;| 



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east by the Atlantic ocean ; south by Rhode Island and 
Connecticut, and west by New York. Situated betvveen 
|41° 31' and 42° and 53' North Lat. and 73° and 17' and 

169° 4S' W. Long. Governor, . Election 2d Monday 

in November, meeting Legislature, let Wednesday in 
January. 

RHODE ISLAND. 
The Father of this state was Roger Williams, a man 
remarkable for his benevolence, justice, and pacific pol- 
icy. He was banished from the Plymouth colony for 
^avowing the doctrine of equal toleration of all religious 
sects in the same political community. He purchased 
jiands of the Indians at Moosehausic, where, in 1636,1 
jwith his followers he laid out a plantation, and which 
place, in grateful acknowledgment of the kindness of 
heaven, he called Providence. In 1638, William Cod- 
dington and others followed Williams and settled the 
island of Rhode Island. By the wise policy of Will- 
iams towards the Indians, and his respect to all sects of 
religion, this colony was rendered exceeding prosperous. 
This state pays annually $10,000 for the maintenance 
of free schools. It is worthy of remark that this is the 
only state in the union which is without a written con- 
stitution. Its government is founded on the charter of 
Charles 2d in 1663. This stale is bounded north and east 
by Massachusetts, south by the Atlantic ocean, west by 
Connecticut. Situated between 41° 18' and 42° 1' N. 
Lat. and 71° 48' and 71° 1' W. Lon. Governor, John 
B. Francis. Election, governor and senators in April, 
repesentatives in April and August; meeting Legislature 
1st Wednesday in May and June, last Wednesday in Oct. 
and January. 

CONNECTICUT. 
The Plymouth Company in England granted this ter- 
ritory to the Earl of Warwick in 1630, who, in the 
following year, assigned it to Viscount Say and Seal, 
and Lord Brook, but it was first settled by the whites 
at Windsor, by a party from the Plymouth colony, in 
1630. Hartford and Weathersfield were settled by par- 
ties from Dorchester, and Watertown, Massachusetts, 
in 1635 and 1636. The Dutch claiming this country, 
as belonging to the New Netherlands, it was a subject 
of strife between them and the English until 1650, when 
a treaty of amity and partition was made. In 1638 a 



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party from England planted a colony at New Haven, 
which remained unconnected with that on Connecticut 
river until 1665, when they were united. Connecticut has 
a School Fund, which amounts to nearly 2 millions, af- 
fording instruction to about 90,000 children annually. 
This state is bounded north by Massachusetts; east by 
Rhode Island ; south by Long Island sound, and west by 
New York. Situated between 40° 58' and 40° 1' N. Lat. 
and 72° 37' and 71° 43' W. Lon. Governor, Henry W. 
Edwards. Election 1st Monday in April; meeting Le- 
gislature, 1st Wednesday in Mav. 

NEW YORK. 

Henry Hudson, an Englishman, sailing in the Dutch 
service, discovered Long Island, the Harbour of New 
York, and the noble river that bears his name, in the year 
1609. The Dutch built Fort Orange, at Albany, and 
commenced a settlement on Manhattan island in 1613.! 
The Dutch claimed all the country between the Connecti- 
cut and Delaware rivers and called it New Netherlands.! 
The English had always contested the right of the Dutch 
to this territory, and in 1664, Charles II. of England hav- 
ing granted to the Duke of York and Albany all the 
country between Nova Scotia and Delaware bay, the New! 
Netherlands came info the possession of the English. 
Fort Orange was then called Albany, and M*anhattan, or 
New Amsterdam, New York. New York stands unriv- 
alled by any of her sister states in the union of those 
things which constitute the prospeiity of a people. Her 
central situation, her excellent climate, her fertile and ex-| 
tensive territory, her navigable rivers, her inMnd seas, her 
mighty cataracts and never failing streams; together with: 
the proximity of her chief city tc the ocean, all afford her 
the greatest advantages in agricultuie, commerce and 
manufactures. This state is bounded north by Lower! 
Canada, east by Vermont, Massachusetts and Connecti-; 
cut ; south by New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and westj 
and north west by Upper Canada. Between 40° 30' and 
45° N. Lat. and 72° 55' and 79° 50' W. Lon. Governor, 
Wm. L. Marcy. Election ist Monday in November ; 
meeting Legislature, 1st Tuesday in January. 
NEW JERSEY. 

This state was first settled by the Danes, at Bergen, 
about the year 1624. This country was inhabited by the 
Swedes and Dutch for many years. The soil of this state 



is not naturally well cdapted to agri-cultural pursuits, 
much of the land being either marshy or sandy; yet its! 
proximity to two of the largest, markets in the United: 
States, and the industry of its inhabitants have rendered! 
it exceedingly productive of all sorts of fruits and vegeta-j 
bles common to the climate, together with grain and 
meats of various kinds. This state has a school fund ol 
about $246,000. From the school lund, and a tax on the 
bank capital, a liberal appropriation is made for common 
schools in this state. This state is bounded north by 
New York ; east by the Atlantic ocean and New York ; 
south by Delaware bay; and west by Pennsylvania. Sit- 
uated between 38° 57' and 10° 22' N. Lat. and 75° 25', 
and 73° 52' W. Lon. Governor, Peter D. Vroom. Elec- 
tion 2d Tuesday in October ; meeting Legislature, 4th 
Tuesday in October. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 
William Penn, the founder of this powerful state, was 
the son of Sir William Penn, an admiral in the British 
navy. He united himself with the society of Friends, 
then a persecuted sect in England, For services render- 
ed by his father, king Charles the second, in 1681, gave 
him a tract of land in the western world, and called it 
Pennsylvania. Penn, with about 2000 followers landed 
at New Cattle, on the Delaware, in 1682, and proceeding 
up the river, planned Philadelphia, " the city of brotherly 
love," and erected about 80 buildings the same year. The 
piety, philanthropy, and wisdom of its founder, the fertili- 
ty of its soil, the healthiness of iis climate, the pacific dis- 
position o^ the natives, and the lessons of experience de- 
rived by the settlement of other colonies in earlier days 
and under more rigorous skies, all conspired to render this 
colony the most prosperous of any of which history gives 
an account. Penn died in 1718 aged 74 years. The re- 
sources of this state are immense; and the character of 
the people is well calculated to give them a proper direc 
tion. The beatiful Delaware, and other navigable waters 
of Pennsylvania, its canals and the fine roads furnish 
Philadelphia with a great amount of domestic exports, and 
render it one of the most important marts of foreign and 
domestic commerce in the United States. Pennsylvania 
is the greatest manufacturing state in the union, and Phil- 
adelphia takes the like rank among our manufacturing 
cities. This state yields to no other in the variety and ex- 



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tent of its mineral treasures, particularly in its exhaustless 
mines of anthracite and bituminous coal. This state is 
bounded north by New Yorlt ; east by New Jersey ; 
south east by Delaware; south by Maryland and Virgin- 
ia ; and west by Virainia and Ohio. Situated between 39° 
43' and 42° 12' N. Lat. and 72° 35' and 80° 26' W. Lon 
iGovernor, . Election 2d Tuesday in Octo- 
ber; meeting Legislature, 1st Tuesday in December. 
DELAWARE. 

The first Europeans that settled this state were a party 
of Swedes and Finns, who, under the patronage of Gus- 
tavus Adolphus, landed atCape Kenlopen in 1627. They 
purchased lands of the Lidians on both sides of the river 
Delaware, and settled themselves at Lewistown, and ar 
the moulh of Christian Creek, near Wilmington. In 1655 
the Dutch took possession of the country, and retained it 
until the New Netherlands were !«ubjugated by the Eng- 
lish ia 1664. -This country was formerly called the "Ter- 
ritories" and afterwards the "three Lower Counties of 
Delaware" and for many years was under the jurisdiction 
ol Pennsylvania. The name of this state, of the bay and 
river, is derived from Lord De la War, one of the first 
settlers of Virginia. This state is generally low and lev- 
el, is chiefly agricultural, ana produces all the staples and 
luxuries common to its climate, particularly wheat, ot 
which large quantities are floured and exported. This 
state has a school timd of $170,000. No district is entit- 
led to any share of this fund that will not raise, by taxa- 
tion, a sum equal to its share of the income of the fund. 
This state is bounded north by Pennsylvania; east by 
Delaware river, Delaware bay, and the Atlantic ocean; 
and south and west by Maryland. Situated between 3S° 
29- and 38° 50' N. Lat. and 74° 56' and 75° 40' W. Lon.j 
Governor, Caleb P. Bennet. Election 1st Tuesday in Oc- 
tober; meeting Legislature, 1st Tuesday in January U- 
enn. 

MARYLAND. 

About 200 Roman Catholics from England, under a 
grant from Charles the first to Lord Baltimore, were the 
first white settlers in this state. They arrived at the' 
mouth of the Potomac in February, 1634, and purchased of 
the Indians a large village where St Mary now stands: 
Lord Baltimore died in 1676, much honored and beloved. 
!Thia colonv was an asvlum for the persecuted of religious; 



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eects from all parts of the world ; which circumstance,! 
with the hospitality of the natives, the fruitfulness of itsj 
soil, and the mildness of its climate, tended greatly to itSj 
early growth and prosperity. The genuine white wheat ' 
and the bright kites foot tobacco, are said to be peculiarj 
to Maryland. The school fund is derived from $75,0001 
paid by the U. S. for advances made by Mar} land durind 
the late war, and by a tax of 20 cents on every jilOO bank 
capital. This state is bounded north by Pennsylvania ;j 
east by Delaware, and the Atlantic ocean ; south and 
west by Virginia. Situated between 38° and 39° 43' N. 
Lat. and 75° 15' and 79° 25' W. Lon. Governor, James 
Thomas. Election 1st Monday in October ; meeting Le- 
gislature 1st Monday in December. 
VIRGINIA. 
Three ships with one hundred and five persons, under 
the command of Christopher Newport, in the service of 
the London Company, having on board Captain Gosnald 
and other men of standing, arrived from England at the| 
mouth of the Chesepeake bay on the 26th of April, 1607.1 
On the 13th of May following they landed and settled at 
Jamestown^ on James river. The object of these adven- 
turers was partly curiosity to see a new race of beings ; 
but chiefly to acquire wealth by finding silver and gold, 
with which this country was supposed to abound. Among] 
these adventurers was John Smith, a man of great bold-l 
ness of character, and one who had been well schooled in 
the knowledge of human nature both by travelling andi 
adversity. In 1620 and 1621 one hundred and fifty youngi 
women were sent from England and sold to the planters! 
as wives, at prices varying from 100 to 150 pounds of to-! 
bacco, then worth three shillings the pound. About this! 
time twenty negroes were landed from a Dutch vessel and; 
sold for slaves! In 1688 the population of Virginia was! 
about 60,000. The face of the country is much diversifi-1 
ed. The part towards the sea is low and level: some ofi 
it is marshy: to the west it rises by degrees and becomes 
mountainous. The soil is quite productive, and large ex-j 
ports are made from this state of flour, corn and tobacco! 
This state is bounded north by Pennsylvania and Mary-; 
land ; east by the Atlantic ocean ; south by North Caro-, 
lina and Tennessee ; and west by. Kentucky and Ohio.' 
Situated between 36°33' and 40°39' N. L. 75°35' and 83° 
29' W. L. This state has a Literary Funa oi $1,233,523.' 



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^45,000 of this fund is annually appropriated lo the ed- 
ucation of the poor. This state has also a fund devoted 
to internal improvenrjcnls of $2,100,591. Governor^L. 
W.Tazewell. Election in the month oi April; meeting 
Let'ialuture 1st Monday in December. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 
About the year 1645, a number of Virginians took pos- 
session of the country north of Albemarle Sound. They 
appear to have lived without much regard to law. In 
1661 a settlement was made near the Clarendon river by 
adventurers from Massachusetts, which was abandoned 
by ihem in 1663, and their place was soon after supplied, 
by emigrants from Barbadoes. North and South Caroli- 
na were included in one grant from Charles the 1st in 
1630, under the name of Carolina. About 1675, two go- 
vernments were established io Carolina under the present 
names, yet both were under the direction of the same pro- 
prietors uutil 1729. This country is low, level, and ex- 
ceedingly marshy for 50 or 80 miles from the sea, it then 
becomes mountainous. This state produces cotton, rice, 
tobacco, wheat, corn, fine oak. and pilch pine timber. 
Much tar and turpentine are made in this statr. This 
state has a common school fund of $70,000. This state 
jis bounded north by Virginia ; east by the Atlantic ocean,) 
south by South Carolina, and west by Tennessee. Situ-| 
ated between 33° 53' and 36° 33' N. Lat. and 75° 45' and 

84° W. Lon. Governor, — . Election 

commonly in August ; meeting Legislature 2d Monday 
in November. 

I SOUTH CAROLINA. 

I The territory of this state and North Carolina was in 
the same grant from King Charles 1. in 1630. In 1670 
the governor of Carolina planted a settlement at Port' 
Royal, or Beaufort. The Dutch, French and English, ell 
from different motives, made seUlemenfs in South Caroli- 
na. This country, for more than 100 miles from the sea, 
is low, abounding with swamps and marshes. About 150 
miles west of Charleston is the ridge, a tract of high land, 
beyond which the country becomes much elevated. This 
state has many boatable rivers, which, with its safe and 
convenient navigation among a great number of fer^''' 
sea islands, makes Charleston a city of much commerc 
importance. The soil of this state is various, produclvrgl 
Icotton, rice, indigo, tobacco, wheat, corn, fine timbj- a- 



iri'iit v.i.iciv 1. 1 iiua.s, iiieilici!i:ii |iici.ii.s ini.l ti^L^liifr- 
SotUh Carolina i-? emineiUly an agrioiiliniiil statj: in vm-h' 
{•)(" its various divisions of Foil, peci'Iiar plaiils ciui \t: 
•eared in aliiindance. Tiie idiniait; ha^ ll^c hcai of ih- 
ropics, and iliu changeablv-noss of more northern sUies. 
riie character of the [)eople of iWis state is perhaps niorr 
lefinitely formed ihan that of any part of the U. S. 
\Vaim, generous and brave, ihey are a!so passions^l'-' a. id 
'• ndolenf. An annual aj-i-r ipriation is iriade by ttio Loiiis- 
'laUjre of about $40,000 for the support i)f trt^c schools. 
This state is bounded north and north east l)y North Car- 
i)lina ; south east by the Atlantic or-ean ; and sn\\t\\ wesi 
•ly Georgia. Situaieri between 32° and 35°1C'N. Laf. 
;ind 78° 30^ and 83° 10' W. Lon. Governor, George 
VlcDiiffie. Elociion 2d ^lomhy in October; meeting 
jLegislaiure 4th Monday in N'ovember. 
\ GEORGIA. ; 

In 173^, some benevolent gvnift'merr in En^fand Cf)nr' 
^■'rled a [)ioj('Ct for plantin^^ a colony in the «0!illi(>rn pari 
'f the territory included \n the Caro'ina charter, for ihe 
)urposc of transporting ihiiher tUc indigent siibjecls nj 
j ireat Britair., and ihe persecuted protcsiant.s of a't na- 
tions. Genf-ral James OgleiikDvpe was a great r)ro!noleJ 
»t this phiIanihroj):e scheuie. In 1773, a r.nniber of euii- 
;rant3 arrived and settlid at "Vamacjaw bluff, or Suvarn- 
lah. By the liberality of the proprietors in extending- fhiir 
;)alrouage alike to all classes of emigrants, ps early at= 
1740 the number of settlers was 2498. If is thought thai 
'!ie diversity of soil is greater in Georgia than in any otli- 
T single state in the union. Ab<)<it one half is flat, al!u-' 
vial J. 1. 1 J, the residui; hilly or mounfainnus, aiul abundant- 
ly fertile. Many v&lua:>lc tropical produciions can be (:\i\- 
ivafed iri this state. Oranges, oliv. s, figs, and other ar- 
icles, which arc strangers ar the north, are easily raised. I 
riie flat land is, however, Irkc that of Carulina, quite un-' 
leahhy. This stale is bounded north by TcoHi-.^?eL!;; 
jiorth east by South Carolina; south east by the Af;aii;ii| 
icean ; south by Finrida, and west by j\.Iab:una. Cotton! 
md tobacco are its .'Staple arii(;les. Sifuafcd between 30° 
If/ and 35° N. Laf. and 80° 47' and 8d° 4£' W. Loh-' 

"v/ernor, . Election 1-f •Monda3'*-ri-- 

j'ober; meeting Legislature fir<i Monday in Novem- 



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ALABAMA. 

This stale is bounded north by Tennessee ; east b} 
Georgia; south by Florida and the gulf of Mexico ; and 
west by IVlissisaippi. Betwen Lat. 30° 12' and 35° N. 
The face of this state is much diversified, and its soil dif- 
fers in quality from the best to the worst. That part of 
the sta^e that lies along the gulf of Mexico is low, mar- 
shy and sandy, and is unhealthy: about 10 miles from 
ihe coast the country becomes more elevated ami more 
"lealthy, but less productive. As in this section of coun- 
fry generally, the land decreases in va'ue on receding from 
■he rivers. This stale abounds in rivers, some of which 
ire boatable for a great distance. All parts of this state 
ire productive of maize ; and small grain is raised in it^ 
lilly and northern parts. Cotton is the chief staple, Aj 
:reat variety of fruits are easily cullivatt d here, such asj 
the apple, pear, peach and plum ; and eren the iig andj 
ipomegranate in the lowest latitudes. Th>s stale has td 
jbank capital of upwards of a million, and a large fun* 
or internal improvetnents. Congress has been liberal toj 
Alabama in <:;rantii)g to her great resources for the ad-j 
vancement of education. Governor, C. C. Clay. Elec- 
tion 1st Monday in Augu.^^t; meetiag Legislature 4ih 
Monday in October. 

MISSISSIPPL 

Thi? state takes it name from the great river which 
forms the chief part of its western boundary. Its soil ift 
various. Two thirds of the state are supposed to be cov4 
-d with pine forest, and only about one third part is eitheij 
oluff, or riv«r alluvial; this portion of the soil is boweverf 
of remarkable fertility. It is chiefly confined to the wesf^ 
and south west parts of the stale, and these acordinglv 
contain a large share of the white inhabitants, leaving tht] 
northeastern pari to the almost exclusive possession of the; 
Indians. There is a sea coast of about 80 miles, but not 
I single harbor, so that New Orleans is the mart of the 
^tate. This stafe has a large range of Latitude, and its 
climate is qtiite variable; the thermonraeter at Natchez ha? 
^tnod as low as 12 above zero of Fahrenheit. The sea- 
sons are however generally mild and warm. Cotton i.' 
the great staple ; the fig abounds south of 32°, but th« 
orange is not entirely safe from occasional frost. Tht 
natural and exotic productions of the "soil are innumera- 
ble. Amrmg the animals, the allisator may be mention 

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!t'.U as bL'ing ofien found in the streams, .vlississippi wa-'" 
I'oriUL'rly a part oi' Gecriiia. Tiiis state is bouiidt'd N. by 
I l'e:i;iei-ec ; ea:-t by Aiab^ma ; .south by tlie jiulf otAlex- 
|;ico and Louisiana ; west by Loiii<?iaiia and the Arkansas 
tcM-iirory, Belvvi^en Lat. 30° 10' and 35° north and Lon, 
88° 10' anu 91° So' W. Governor, H. G. Runnels. 
Election 1st Monday in August; meeting Legislature 1st 
Monday in November. 

LOmSIANiV. 
There is perhaps no portion of the world, of the extent 
of Louisiana, which has so sreai a variety of soils, or so 
many water courses within its territory. This state has 
about six million acres o( alluvial land of superior excel- 
lence; the residue of her soil, about 12 million acres, 
consisting of pine forests, prairie, river inundated land, 
and sea marsh, is, for the most part, unfit for agricultural 
purposes. There is but litlle land of a medium quality in 
Louisiana : it is generally either extremely fertile, or en- 
tirely worthless ; and from the vast proportion (»f the soil 
which can never be used lor agricultural purposes, it can 
never be expected that this state should support a popula- 
tion equally dense with those of the northern states. It is 
observable that the settlements in Louisiana are not in 
spots, or groups, but in lines or strips, along the margins! 
of the rivers. Extremes of manners prevail as well as of 
soils ; fruin ihe highest degree of luxury and refinement 
in the rich planters near New Orleans, to the semi barba- 
rism of the wild hunters of the buffalo and the deer, u[>on 
ihe boundless prairies of the .south west. Throughout 
the state there is nearly an equal mixture of the French 
and American pof)ulation, but the latter is fast gain- 
ing ground. Louisiana has set her sister states the ex- 
ample of leaving the English law, and forming for herself 
a valuable code, modelled upon the civil law. This state 
comprises the southern part of a large tract of country 
purchased by the U. S. of France in 1803. The river 
Ali>sissippi was discovered by two French Missionaries in 
1673. The country was afterwards explored, and in hon- 
or of Louis the XIV. was called Louisiana. The capital 
invested in the cultivation of the sugar cane is supposed 
to amount to 30 millions of dollar.f. 50,000 hogsheads of 
sugar are considered an average crop, and 5 per cent, is 
considered an average profit. The number of steam 
hoais actually running on the Mississippi and its tributn- 



j y sfiraiiis in I S30 wits 213. The fir-^l .sti-a.ii I o;it on 
lu'!=c v.uttr? CdMiiiifTiceiJ ninnin<; iii la 1 2. B) l(!t;i.-la<ive 
nuclnunt nc;uly $J0,000 aro annuuily aj p"opr {lt(•<^ to 
[lie (<liic;iliot) of iIk; poor. Tliis ^lulo is booncled N. by • 
ilio AiUan.-as lerniory ; oast by AJis-issippi ; ?oulh by iliejl 
;.u If of iVJexirn, and west by the Mexican stales. Be-jl 
I'veen Lat. 2b° and 33° N. and Lon. 89° and 94° wJ| 
Governor, Edward D. White. Election 1st Monday inlj 
July; meeting Legislature Ist Monday in January. 
TENNESSEE. 
This state was first settled by the whites in 1765, and 
was Ibrmerly a part of North Carolina and ceded by that 3 
slate to the United States in 1789. In consequence ol" ag 
part of ihis state being \eiy low, at.d a part of it veryl 
iii^h land, the soil ar:d climate are more various than in.s 
any other portion of the United Slates whose difference oil 
jiatitude is only" 1° 40'. The soil of this state is generally 
very luxuriant, and produces large crops of cotton, wheat, 
|rice, and tobacco. Bounded norih by Kentucky ; cast by| 
North Carolina ; souih by Georgia, Alabama and Missis- 
sippi ; and west by Alisniseippi river. Between 35° and 
360 40' North Lat'. and 81° 46' and 80° 3' W. Lon. Gov-i 

ernor, Cannon. Election 1st Thursday m Au 

gust : meeting Legislature 3d Monday in September, bi-^\ 
tnnially. j 

, KENTUCKY. 1 

I This state is bounded north by Ohio and Indiana ; eastj 
by Viri:iiiia ; south by Tf nnessee; west by Illinois and 
IXJi-^soiiri ; b< tween 36° 30' and 3b° 10' North Lat. and 
81° 4£' and 8b° W. Lon. This territory was part of Vir- 
.inia until 1702, when it became a stale. The climate is 
very fine, and the soil superior for .-igricultural purposes. 
The firsrt white settlers removed to Kentucky in 1775, and 
ts growth has been ever since exceedingly rapid. The 
external appearance of tilings is so inviting, that it has 
been called the " garden of the west." It is richly wood- 
ed, and has an immense variety of flowering plants and 
-hrubs. Nor is this beauty deceptive, for a larse part of 
ihe state is covered with a deep strong soil. Nearly Mie 
vvhole country rests on a lirne stone foundation, into which 
[the rivers have worn deep channels, of course leaving the 
.banks bold and precipitous. Its staples are wheat, corn, 
icattle, hemp and salt. Acting Governor, J. T. Morehead. 



i^ii.-clion 1st Monday in Au-iiil ; ineotiii:^ Lo^ialalurc 1.-1 

Mondii)' in November. I 

OHIO. 

Thii state was formerly a part of the noitli western ter- 
litoi-y. li 15 bounded S. E. by llie Ohio river, or Virginia ;; 
south by the Ohio river, orKtnlncky ; west by Imliana; 
iioilh by Michigan lerrilory and Luke Erio, and E. bv N. 
by P<inn sylvan in. Siluaied b' Ivveen 38° 30' and 42° N.| 
Lat. and 80° 20' and and 84° 43' W. Lon. The firsi 
permanent seillenicnt of ihe whiles in this state was com | 
menced in 1788, a( Marit-tia, near the junction of the Ohio 
ind Mu-kingum rivers in Lat. 3&° 25' N. and Lon. 81° 
18 W. 172 iriiles below PitUsburg. The waters of Ohm 
and its tributary streams, with those of Lake Erie afford 
thi.s rttate peculiar privileges. The best proof that can be 
^iven of the exuberance of its soil and the industry andj 
enterprize of its people is to state the fact, nnprecedentedi 
in the settlement of any country, that in 1783 this tcrrito-' 
ry wjs inhabited only by savages; and that in 1830 had a 
pof»ul-itiof» of nearly a million, enjoying all the comforts 
and luxuries of civilized life in profusion, without a slave' 
to teach ihcm the blessings of liberty ; and with minds 
and means to foster good schools, the bane of slavery.! 
This state is eminently agricultural, and has many arui; 
various staples ; wheat, liowever, is the principal. This 
state has a school fund of $150,000; and one mill on a' 
dollar of the estimated property of the state is annually 
lev'.ed and appropiiated to the maintenance of common' 
schools. One thirty sixth part of the land in this, and oth- 
er new states in the west, is devoted to purposes of edii-t 
cation. Governor, Robert Lucas, Election 2d Tuesday 
in October; meeting Legislature Isl Monday in Decern { 
ber. ^ I 

INDLINA. I 

This state was formerly a part of the north western ter-j 
ritory. It was erected into a territorial government in 
1800. It is hounded north and north west by Michigan; 
territory and lake ; east by Ohio; south by Kentucky, ori 
the Ohio river; and west by Illinois. It lies bf^tween 37° 
17' and 41° 46' north Lat. and 84° 43' and 87° 55' west 
;Lon. The face of this country is. more level than that of, 
Ohio ; its productions are much the same, alt!ioui;,h then 
IS not so large a proportion of good land. Yet there an 
jparts of this stale not excprrlpf] \ry ferlilifv bv nnv cnunfrv : 



ihe vcgeiable soil has in many places measured 22 feel in 
'lepth. Til'-' mo.st striking feature in lUe geogiaphy of In-j 
diana is the Prairies, or natural meadow?, which extendi 
lover a large portion of ihe state. They are des'iinte of 
'frees, and covered with grass and wild flowers, oi' 6 or 8 
jleet high. These prairies cover a vast extent of country 
jfiorth west of the Ohio, and also on the west of the Mis- 
-issippi. They afford pasturage to countless herds of buf- 
faloes, deer, and various other wild animals. Governor, 
Noah Noble. Election 1st Monday iu August; meelint^ 
Legislature 1st Monday in December. 
ILLINOIS. 
There is no section of country of equal extent whose! 
^oil and clisnate are so well adapted to all kinds of agri- 
cultural putposes, or whose water communications wilhl 
i.he ocean are more numerous and important than those ol| 
[llinois. The face of the country is generally either prai-; 
.••ie, or rolling, rather than hilly land ; it is mostly level in 
lits eastern saction. There is but little if any waste lane 
in this stale; and at this period there are large portions ol 
jierrilory, of superior soil and climate, densely coverei i 
with forest timber, for sale at prices well worthy the at- 
'tention of the settler or speculator, llhnois river, whici; 
traverses the whole of the centre ol this state, and I'aMs in- 
to the Mississippi 36 miles above St Louis, 1184 abov( 
New Orleans, is a subject of cmiosiiy, in as much as it i;- 
the natural link between the almost boundless waters ol 
lihe Mississippi basin, and those oi the western lakes. 
The distance from the mouth of the lUinoi^sto Chicago, oi 
Vlichigan lake, is Jipwards of 400 miles, yet the fall fron 
a summit level on that river, both to the Mississippi and U 
-'lake Michigan does not exceed 60 feet. Loaded boats olj 
^considerable size pass on that river, to and from those dis-j 
itar.t waters, in the .season of freshets, without any efforii 
|ol art lo facilitate tiie navigation. Illinois lies belw(!ei i 
ilat. 36° 57' and 42° 30' N. and in Ion. 87° 12' and 91° 5] 
\W. Bounded N. by the N. W. territory ; E. by India I 
'na; S. by Kentucky; and W. by Missouri. Governor | 
Joseph Duncan. Election 1st Monday in August ; meet j 
incf Legislature 1st Monday in December, bienn. I 

j MISSOURL I 

I This state is bounded N. E, and S. E. by the Missis-I 
i^ippi river ; S. by the territory of Arkansas ; and W. and! 
jN. by the western unappropriated territory of the L^. S.] 



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ibrmerly a part ot Louisiana. Between Lat. 36° and 40° 
36'N. and Lon. 8S° 25'and 94° l(K W. The territorv 
of this state was formerly a part of Louisiana. The first 
white se'itlements were made by the French in 1760. St. 
iLouis was first settled in 1762; Imt this country having 
(changed masters, passing from France to Spain, and then 
tVora Spain to Fiance, grew in population and importance; 
but slowly until the cession of it to the U. S. by France! 
m 1803. The climate of Missouri is liable to great ex- 
tremes of heat and cold. In metal and other fossil sub- 
stances, Missouri is probably the richest region in the U.' 
S. The lead mines of Missouri, which are chiefly in the 
county of Washington, are considered the most valu;ible 
in the known world. Governor, Daniel Dunklin. Elcc- 
kion 1st Monday in August; meeting Legislature 1st 
[Monday in Novenr.ber. I 

I MICHIGAN TERRITORY. | 

This territory includes a peninsula formed by Lake Hu- 
!ron, St. Clair and Erie on the north east. Lake Michigan 
Ion the west, and bounded south by the states of Ohio and 
Indiana, and also the extensive tract of country between 
the Mississippi, and the Lakes Superior and Michigan. 
From the fertility of the soil, the goodness of the climate, 
land tlve ease with which produce can be transported b}' 
ilake, canal, and river navigation to New York, it cannot 
be doubted that this territory will soon become an import- 
ant nriember of the Union. Indeed it possesses singular 
advantages for the most extensive inland commerce, and 
is already the centre of the north western fur trade. Thel 
face of the country is generally flat, or gently rolling.' 
There is much that is extremely fertile; but the coldnessj 
and great length of the winter will probably obstruct it? 
"Settlement till the more southern regions of the Ohio shall 
b« filled. Detroit is the (>rincipal place of busioeM in 
Michigan. It is situated on a strait between lakes Eric 
and St, Clair, 18 miles from the former, and 9 miles below 
the latter. Detroit was first settled by the French in 1670J 
and has ever been a point of country of considerable in.; 
lerest. This territory is sHuated between 41° 31^ and 46° 
.51' north Lat. and 82° 18' and 87° 25' west Lon. Act- 
ing Governor, John S. Horner. 

ARKANSAS TERRITORY. 

This territory was formed out of ancient Louisiana, and 
jbecame a territory of the U. S. in 1819. It is bounded^ 



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<ust t)y llie river iViistissippi ; soiilh b}' Louisiana and! 
Red river; west by Texap ; and-norlh by the unappropri-i 
aled terriiorv of ihe U. S. and by Missouri. Il extends' 
aijont 550 niiUs horn east lo west, and belvveen norlh Lat. 
3^0 a„(j j(io 3(;;/_ ^be first settlenienl.- in the Louisiana 
crnuitry ivcro made in this lerriiory. From llie gr^at ex- 
tent of (his territory, tlio face of the country, tiie soil and 
ttie climate arc much diversiticd. A chain of mountains, 
passes thronch Arkansas from N. E. to S. W. and ex-j 
lends iiilo Texas. The country S. E. of the mountains is! 
low and liable to annual submeision. To ihe N. W. thci 
conniry presenis a lar^e expanse of jirairic, without wood,! 
cxct'pl on the borders of rivers. As low jit Lxf. 3j° ihe; 
I'r.ermonw ter ranges from 1>7° above, to 20° below zeio.| 
Arkansas has a iaro,c portion of land of great ferlilily, 
uliich prodnt^^cs cotton, corn, cattle, with a great varicly ol 
fruits and vegetables. Lar^c quanlili'-s of iron ore, gyp- 
sum, and conu!w>n salt arc found in this leirilory. j 
FLORIDA TERRITORY. 
This territory is bnunded north by Geoigja; cast by the 
Atlantic ocean; south by the gulf of Mexico; and wcsl 
by tti> same gulf and Alabama. This is the most soutli- 
irn part of the U S. Il is divided into East and "West 
Flonda: the foirner is on ihe Atlantic ocean and has Si. 
Augustine for its capital, in Lat. 2&° 45' N and Lon. 81° 
oC VV. The latter is on the i^ulf of Mexico and has Pen-; 
sacola f(jrr its caj-ital, in Lat." 30° 2£' N and 88° 12' W.j 
Botli are iiowcver under one lenitoiial government. Flo- 
rida was discovered in 1512, and was first stilled by thf 
Frs.nch, i:i 1562. In 1339 it was conquered by Spam, 
/vllhongb Florida is a peninsula of mere than IGOO mile.'- 
lontli/ieof theses coast, only 120 miles mean breadth, and 
! Icr-s in size tlian Ihe state of Illinois, yet owing to th<; 
' irxhrlchce f>r inallention ol its former f.osscFSOcs, a largt 
i portion oi" iis leniiory is but imperfrcily known. Frosn 
i!ie l)e>t sources it appears tiiat the soil of Floiida i-^ of an 
jinfiTJor ipiality, excepting those sections of it ni-ar and 
iiioYiii its-si reams. The vegetable productions {)f Florida 
|ar( iiMnjei'ons ftnd valuable; cotton, indigo, rice, sui,aii 
|rafi.?, indinri corn and tobacco; also the olive, orangi ,■ 
lime, peach and oak and laurel magnolia are indigervons.' 
The tiimate of Florida is soft and delicious, rarely ?ul"- 
fcrini: froin extreme cold, and constantly refreshed by se i 
hr.M'Z' s from f'lp A'hinlii- n-- th^ g iM" of M'-vi eo. ImMJids 



57 

from all parts of the U. S. resort to St Augustine lui' 
health, and are generally benefitted by ihe air. This ter- 
{ritory was ceded to Great Britain in 1763, and in 1781 ii! 
was again recovered by Spain. 

GREAT WESTERN TERRITORY. 
With the exception of a number of trading houses, and 
military posts, this territory is peopled only by the native.- 
of the forest. Its government, for temporary purposes, i.' 
connected with that of Michigan. The best account ol 
the character of the natives, the soil, climate and rivers o' 
this country is found in the journal of Lewis &, Clark, 
'who under the direction of the national government, trav- 
[ersed this immense region, ever the rocky mountains ti 
|the Columbia river on the Pacific ocean, in the years 1804. 
I'u and '6 and in a later account by Major Lon^, who 
with an exploring party visited the valley of the Missouri 
in 1823. Our knowledge however of this territory is ai 
present quite limittd ; but as a part of the soil is knowrt 
to be very good, the face of the country rather undulating 
than hilly, the climate mild for its lafiliid<', particularly ni- 
the western side of the mountains, and the passage of ih' 
Rocky mountains less diHici:!t th:in has been suppo-^ed 
other states and terrilniifs like Oliio, Illinois and Michi-; 
:£:un will dunbtless arise in this distant, but highly interes- 
ting section of the territory of the U. S. Lar^je quanli- 
lies of fn, 3 and peltry are colU'CteJ in this rerritcy and 
seut tf» De.roit. This territory has a western outline oni 
thf Pacific ocean of about 500 miles. The Columbia.! 
Ore::o:i, or River of riie West is estimated to be about, 
1G00 n.Wes long; it ;i.-:es in the Rocky mountains in Lnl| 
abo'il 55° N. and tails into the Pacific ocean in Lat. 46^, 
Ib'N. and Lon. 123° 54' W. ; and is navigable 1S3 rnilci:! 
from Its niomh, to which di.-ftance the fide flows. Whof! 
the Indian titles ro thnsc unappropriated lands of the X^ , 
S. are exti.nguislied, 150 states maybe formed of Irirc[cr; 
territory than that of Massachusetts. 

INDIANS IN~YHE"UNrrED~ST ATES. 
It is calculated that there arc 313, 130 Indians ivithi 
,the liuiits of the United States; of which tmmber gO.OOCij 
.are west of the Rocky Mountains. Tiie United States an 
jnually pay to the Indians in permanent and limited annu- 
ities, t'ltr education and treaty stipulations for lands, occ I 
more than $300,000. 



C2 



aBnoavtiS 



1 58 


1 


United States Census, 


a s a g 9 ©9 a D ®(Do a 3 a ®9 a '3 a Og a s> s (!)<, 


J 1790 1 1800 


1 1810 1 1820 


1 1830 


jMaine, 


96540 


) 151719 


228705 292335 


1 399462 


Mass. 


341885 


j 422845 


472015 523387 


610100 


N. H. 


105539 


1 183858 


214400; 244161 


269535 


^''eitnont, 


83825 


' 154465 


217819 235764 


280665 


R. Island, 


67946 


{ 69122 


789311 83059 


97210 


iConn. 


230020 


251002 


261942i 275248 


2977 1 J 


|New-York, 


340139 


i 586050 


959049 1372812 


1923522 


jNew-Jersey, 


184373 


1 211149 


245562' 277575 


320779 


Penn. 


434094 


; 602548 


810090 1049454 


1330638 


{Delaware, 


59728 


! 64273 


72674: 72749 


76739 


Vlarylancl, 


319710 


349692 


380546 407350 


446913 


Virginia, 


747077 


' 886149 


974622 1065369 


1213514 


iXentucky, 


-73600 


. 220959 


4065111 564317 


720600 


IN". Carolina, 


393751 


478103 


555500 63S829 


738470 


S. Carolina, 


240073 


345591 


415115 502741 


560000 


jGeorgia, 


82548 


162686 


252433^ 340989 


518337 


I Tennessee, 




\ 105602 


261727 422613 


684822 


W. Ter. 


36691 


' 






j 


N. W. Ter. 




4536o 






1 


Mississippi, 




8850 


40352 75448 


110000; 


Indiana, 




5641 


24520 147178 


341582 


jDis. Columb. 




14093 


24023 33039 


98587 


'Ohio, 






230769 581434 


9S7679 


|Orl. Ter. 






76556 




jLouisiana, 






20845 153405 


215575| 


ilinois, 






12282 55211 


161055; 


Mic'ii j;an, 




' 


4762: 8896 


3fl28 


Alabama, 




' 


' 12790] 


3092G6'| 


Vljssouri, 






! 66586 


137427:1 


Ark. Ter. 




1 


' 14246 


30380:1 


,Flf)rifla, 


! i 




34725;! 


luial, o^2l43bia310762 


7230903196379991 i 28364261 


RECAPITU 


LATiON. j 


Eastern States, 


1820 
1659854 


IbSO 1 


[riLMva-e. 


1954632 


297823 


Middle Stat,es, 


3197744 


4103959 


923015 


Southern States, 


3327494 


4330290 


10C2796 


i Western Stales, 


1414726 


2263107 


848381 


Territories, 


I 


56181 


U 
127£ 


56611 1 


60430 


Total, 


1 9637999 


13649 1 3155450 l| 



i 


59 


" 


i 


EPITOME OF THE WHOLE POPULATION, 1830.| 


Free White Persons. 


! 


! 


Males. 


Females. 


Total. 


i Under 5 years of age, 


972980 


92 1 934 


1894914 


or 5 and under 10, 


782075 


7507^1 


1532S16 


|0r 10 and under 15 


669734 


638856 


1308690 


jOr 15 and under 20, 


573196 


596254 


1169450 


|0f 20 and under 30, 


956437 


918411 


1874898 


or 30 and under 40, 


592535 


555531 


1148066 


Of 40 and under 50, 


367840 


356046 


723886 


jOr 50 and under 60, 


229284 


223304 


452788 


pi 60 and under 70, 


135082 


131307 


266389 


,0r 70 and under 80, 


57772 


58336 


116218 


or 80 and under 90, 


15306 


17434 


32240 


iOl' 90 and under 100, 


2041 


2523 


4564 


or 100 and upwards, 


301 


238 


539 


Total number, 5,355,133 males ; 


5,171,115 females;] 


10,526,248 free white persons. 






Colored Population. 


Slaves. 






Males. 


Females. 


Total. 


Under 10 years, 


353498 


347665 


701163 


or 10 and under 24. 


312567 


308770 


621337 


|0r 24 and under 36, 


135585 


18.5786 


371.371 


jOr 36 and under 55, 


118880 


111837 


240767 


Of 55 and under 100, 


41545 


41436 


82981 


or 100 and upwards. 


743 


676 


1424 


Males, 1,012,823; fema 


les, 996,220 ; total, 2 


,009,043. 


Colored Population. 


Free. 






Males. 


Females. 


Total 


Under 10 vears, 


48675 


47329 


96004 


or 10 and under 24, 


43079 


48138 


91-217 


or 24 and under 36, 


27630 


32541 


60191 


jOr 36 and under 55, 


22271 


24327 


46598 


or 55 and ui-der 100, 


11509 


13425 


24934 


Of 100 and upwards, 


269 


386 


654 


Males, 153,453; females, 166,146 


; total, 313,599. || 


O] Free Whiles, 


10,526, 


248 




1 1 Slaves, 


2,009,043 




^ ^Free colored, 


319,599 




= On board public sh' 
fi-J Omitied in returns, 


ps, 5, 


318 




5,812—12,816,020 | 



60 

REPRESENTATIVE NUMBERS. 
'I'ho rniiiiiiei' ol (■oinpuiiiiir tuiruljers on wliicii rep 
csciitalioii ill Congress is bns^eii, is different in llie 
j.lave-lioldijii.^ Siules from what it is in llie olliers. In 
;li<.' tormer, the number of while persons, niifl three 
jfihs ol ihe sliivc popiilaiion, make the numhcr on 
vhi'/h ihe riir||i ofstDdijirr reprcscniniives is f'onnded. 
Thus ?i;ppose'a Siaie lo have 640.000 wliile persons, 
ind 425.000 .slaves; iliree (iU\\^ of ihe latler are to be 
aide I lo 111'.' hfrmer, jiiatiinir 895,€G0; and on lhi^ 
,ii!i2ibcr such S'nie sends re|)resenlaiivfs. The fol- 
ii'i^vv'in;^ are <he icpresenlaiive rMMTd;ers acrtirditiij i<> 
Idle lasi ceiisu-3. Every 47,700 inhabijants sends one 
jrrpre.'^entaJive. 

;Maine, SJ94.5'1lPerin. 1348072|Missi-slp'il10357 
iN.Hamp. 269.S27 Delaware 7.5431 Louisiana 171904 
Mass. 610408|MarviM 405842rreniies-ee 625263 



FMshnd, 97192]Viri.in:a 1023502 
Com.. 2976651N. Oar. a39747 
|;Vtrmon!, 280652:S. Car. 455025 
N. York-J918578 Georgia, 429811 
N.Jersev. 319921;A',ahama 2G2507 



Kenluckv 6218S2 
Ohio, 937901 

Indiana, 343030 
[Ihnoi.^. 157146 
Mis^oMri, 130419 



GoYeniiiieiit or tlie gjnited 55^.tates. 



ANDREW JACKSON. Tennessee, Presiclent, sala- 
! ' . S25.000 per annnm. 
ImAIITIN VAN BURKN. New V..ik, Vice Presi- 
dem. saliiiv. $5 000 per annum. ' 
Cabinet and Heads of I),i port men fs. 
John ForsNili, Gei'iuja^ IS; en lary ol Sia'e, 
ijLevi VVcodhnry. Nr-W , )jafnj)si.irtV S(?{'reiar\ 
I , ol Ihe 'rieasiiry, 

|[L( wis C iss, Ohio, SecTClary of" War, 
Mal.Uuj Dicker.soij, New Jersey, SecrLMary 
of ihe Navv\ 



6, COO 

6, COO 
6.C00! 



6.000 



iJAmos Kondall, Kentucky, Postmaster General, 6,000 



Benjamin F. Buller, New York, AUoriiey 

[ _ General, 

j ^ ^ DeparUnent of State. 

Jol^n F<irsvth:"1?^en'1,irv: -■^-- • - 

i' — • -" - . — 



■pSOBC 



4,000 



6J 

Ausburv DickiMs, Chief C!eii(, 2.000 
Jdnies Picket, Siiperinleinleni «)r Patent Office, l,50n 

Treasury Department. 
Levi Woodhiirv, Secrelnrv. 

M'Cliniock Yiuiiinr. Chief Clerk, 2,000 

Jo-eph An.lerson, Fi'st Compt roller, 3.500 

J.jmes B. Thornton, SecontI do 3,000 

'llichani Hiirris,,n, First Auditor, 3,000 

William B. Lewis, Second do 3.000 

Peler HiiLTier, Third, do 3,000 

Sieplien Piea.^anton. FiTih, i\o 3,000 

Joh'n L.iuh. Chief Ciork, 1 700| 

Jolin N. Moulder, do 1,700 

iWilh-un Parker, do 1,700 

James Eakin, do 1,700 

James: Thompson, do 1,700 

Thomas H. Gdlis do 1,700 

Tliomas Muslin, do 1,700 

iV'iriril Maxcv, Solclior ofthe Treasury, 3.500 

|Nieh(»las Harper, Ct^ief Clerk, ' 1.150 

ijidm Camphell, Treasurer, 3,000 

Peter G. Wasjiino-ton, Ciiief Clerk, • 1.700 

iThomas L. Siniih, RcjisK^r, 3,000 

iMichael Nourse^ Cliiel Clerk, 1,700! 

I General Land Office. \ 

■Elijih Hiyu'nrd, Commi^sioiu'r, 3.000 

!J.)hi> M. Nlo.rr. C iiel Cit'ik, 1,700, 

I OFFJCRRS OF THE CUSTOMS IN VRUMONT. j 
Names a-id offices.' \Vhere vmfjjoyed. . Salary,' 

A. VY. Hv;df,lG«)iL'uior, «- ^^irlinmon, j $1 lOij 

J. B. Hoilrr.:>ecw, D. C. ^ do" 500; 

;rej);iet» iJaiirht, do in Steam Bonis, 500, 

Cii.i.l s Cairo;!. Ins. i^ic' L i M I', 120' 

Dan xMoii, D. C. and I. is. Wnulmdl pt. 500 

Z )roasier Fisk, do Alhuifjh, StiO 

N. L. Whitiemore, do Su-anion, i360 

R. L. Paddock, (\o Hiiihiratc, 360| 

J. J. Beard-slev, do Franklin, 360, 

A. G. Tarllon, Ins. Sf. Alhans, ISO, 

Jmo. Lewis, D. C. & Ins. Berkshire, 245. 

Fr(- I. Fuller. Ids. Trov. 120: 



. 



62 



C. Malorv, D. C. and Ins. Derby, 360, 

R. G. Ho'pkinson, Ins. do 500 

[r. Grant, D. C. and Ins. Canaan, 240| 

|R()(rer Enos, Ins. Irasburgh, 3601, 

IG. W.Kimball, Temp. Ins. Barion," 1S0| 

Jno. Btckwiih, Ins. Sutton, 360j 

H. Richardson, do Montpelier, 240 

Richard Powers Ins and ^^^^ Champlain, 360 

Master Revene iJoat, ^ \ 

War Department. j 

Lewis Cass, Secretary. | 

Carv A. Harris, Aciinjr Cliiel Clerk, in the I 

Secretary's OtTice, 2,000 

Lawrence L. Van Kleeck, Clerk, Reqnisi- I 

I lion Bureau. 1,600 

iWilliam Gordon, principal do Bounty Land do 1,400 

I Office of Indian *8ffairs. 

lElberl Herring, Cou\n»iSsi()ner, 3,000. 

Daniel Kurtz, Chiel Clerk, 1,600 

I Pension Office. 

James L. Edwards, Commissioner, 2,500j 

;G. W. Crump, Chiel Clerk, 1,600 

I General Staff of the Army. 

Major General Alexander Macomb, General in Chief^j 

One Major General ; 2 Brigadier Generals; 1 Ad-| 

Ijinaiit General; 2 Inspector Generals; 1 Quarter 

[Master General; 4 Quarter Masters; 1 Commis^arvj 

Geiieial ()! Suhsisiaiice ; 2 Commissaries ; 1 Surgeon 

Get. en!; 12 Suro-eons; 55 Assistant Surireons; 1 

Paymaster General ; 14 Piiymaslers; 1 Commissary 

General of Purchases; 2 Military Store Keepers; IS; 

Golimels; 13 Lieutenant Colonels; 27 Majorst; 134 

Captains; 159 First Lieutena'ns ; 218 Second Lieu- 

lenants; 5 Third Lieutenants; 11 Scrcjeant Majors j 

il Quarter Master Sergeants; 42S Sergeants; 454 

Oorporals; 14 Principal Musicians ; 212 Musicians; 

103 Artificers; 250 enlisted lor Ordnance; and 6,059 

Privates. Total, Commissioned Officers, 674; Non 

Commissioned Officers and Privates, 7,547. Grand 

Total, 8,221. 



63 j 

Recruits. — Eiilisied in ihe Army Juring ihe ye^rj 
endiiii; September SOlh, 1834, 2,111 men. 

Militia. — The whole number ol rnililia in ihe Uni- 
ted Slates, accordinir to the latest returns, is 1,336,829; 

JVavy Department. | 

Vlajilon pickerson, Secretary. I 

John Boyle, Chief Clerk, 2,000, 

Commissioners of the A''avy. • 

John Rocrers, President ot the Board, i 3,^500, 

f>:a:ic Ch umcev, > 3,500 

Charles Morris, ) 3,500 

Cfiarles VV. Goldsborough, Secretary, 2,000 

VVllii.m G. Ridgely, Chief Clerk, ' 1,600 

Ciipiains, .... 37 

Masters Commandant, ... 40 

LieUieniants ...» 257 

Suriieons, . . , . . 44 

Passed Assistarjt Surgeons, . . . 15 

A'^sistani Surgeons, . . . . 31j 

Pursers, . . . . .43 

Ch;i plains, . . . , .9 

Pijssed Midsliipraen, . . . 178 

Midshipmen, . . . . . 274^ 

Sailing Masters, . . . . 27| 

Boa Is wains,. . . , . . 20, 

Giiiiners, . . , . .22' 

Ci^rpenters, . . . . . 2l| 

Siil M jkers. . . . . . 19; 

Marine Coiys. \ 

Ca))lains, . . . . . 13 

Piisi Li-Miiennnts, . . . . 20| 

Second Lieo!cii;inls, . . . . 19, 

General Pout Offife Department. j 
Vmo^ Kpn.Iall, Po<!m:ister General. 
Charles K. Gaidner, Senior A:issisiani Post- 
master G.ineral, 2,500, 
Selah R. Hobbie, Assistani, do 2,500, 
Richard C. Mason, Treasurer and Chief 

Clerk, 1,700 

P. S. Loughborough, General Agent, 1,600 



64 

TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. 

Term conunenced March 4, 183^5. Frst session 
commences orj the first Moiiibiy in December, 1835.: 
Term ex[)ires Mnrcfi 4, 1837. Pi>y ol members of 
I'oili lioiises, eight doll.irs per day durini; ihe session, 
anJ eiiiJit dollars for everv iweniv miles of travel. 

I ^ SENATE.' 

j Martin Van Buren, ol Nt-w York, Vice Prcsideni 
nf ihe United States, and Presiilent of the Senate. 
Salary, $5,000 per ann'iT. 
' John Tyler, of Virginia, President pro tern. 
Senators, with their residence and expiration of their\ 
' respective terms. j 

JS'ames. Residence. 

Maine. ' Ether Shepiey Saco 1839 

John RtiL'gles Thomaslon 1841 

JS''ew-Hamshire. Isaac Hill Concord 1837 

Henry Hnhhnrd Chaslestown 1841 

Massachusetts. Daniel Webster Boston 1839 

John Davis Worcester 1841 

Rhode Island. Asher Rohh-ns Newport 1839 

N. R. Knight ' 184 

Connecticut. Gideon 'I'omlinson Fairfield 1837 
i Nathan Smitli New HaviMi 1839 

Vermont. Surnnt'l Prentiss MfMi'peher 1837! 

Bunjjudn Suili St Alhans 1S39| 
Ktw Ynrk. Sdas WriLWii, jr. Canton 18.37| 

Nai. F. Tiillniadtre PoiigidseepsielSS-'JJ 
JVew Jersey. Sanii. L. Souiharti Trenton . 1839 1 
i ^ Garni D: Wall Trenton 1841? 

Pennsylvania. James Bnchanan Lancaster 1837^ 

Samiu-I M-'Kean Bmlinnrjon 1839| 
Delaware Arnold N;indain A\ ilminglon 1S39| 

Ji.hn M. Cla /ton Dover 18411 

Maryland. R. H. Gold^borounrh 18371 

Joseph Kent 'Bladenshnr<ih 1839 
Virginia. John Tvler Glocesierc. h. 1839 

i Benj. W. Leiijh Richmond 1841 

Korth Carnli}ia.\\ \l\e P. Man;inm I Iill-horo' 1837 

II Bedford Brown Milton 1841 



65 

Vaims. Rtsidence. 

hiith Carolina. Win. C- Preston Columbia 1837 

John C. Calhoun Pendleton 184i 

eorgia. Alfre'l Cutiihurt Eaioa'on ISS'i 

Joini P. Ki:ifr Aiicrusla 1841 

Kentucky. Henry Clay Lpxinirion 1837 

JohnT.Ci-iUenden Frankfort 1841 

Tennessee Ft^lix Gruiulv Nashville 1839 

(Vacaiil) " 1841 

Jhio. Thomas Ewinjr Lnncnster 1837 

Timmas Morris Bethel 1839 
Louisiana. Alexander Porter New Orleans 1837 

Charles Gayane do 1841 

Indiana. Widiam Hendricks Madison 1337 

J<»hn Tipion Loiransport 1839 

Mississippi. John Black Monroe 1839 

(Vacant) 1841 

Illinois. Elias K. Kane Kaskaskia 1837 

John i\J. R-)binson Carmi 1841 

S-lahama. Gabriel Moore Hnnlsville 1837 

William R. King Seima 1841 

Missouri. Lewis F. Linn St Lonis 1837| 

'I'homas H. Benion do 1839 
Waller Lowrie, Secretary of ilie Senate, $3,000 
John Shackil)rd, Scr^eant-al-arms and 

Door-keeper 1,500 

Stephen Haiorht, Assistant do 1,450 

Rev. Freilerick W. Haich, Cl^aplain, 500 
Gales Si. Sea ion, Printers. 



HOr-SE OF REPREgKNTATlVES. 

Several stales no! havirijjf yet elecled their represen- 
tatives lo the 24ih Coniriess, the list ol the rnendiers 
ol the House of Representatives cannot he given a: 
jpres 'VA. 

iMaine, September 

iNnw Hampsiiire, March 

iVermoni, Sepiember 

Massachusetts, November 

Rhode Island, Antriiist 

ComicGiiciii, April 



1334 


8 


1835 


5 


1S34 


5 


1834 


12 


1835 


2 


1335 


6 



New York, 

iNew Jersey, 

■Penn^yvania, 

IDelaware, 

JMnrylaiid, 

jVircrinia, 

|Ni)rlh C;irollna, 

iSotith Carolina 

[Georgia, 

Alabama, 

Mississippi, 

Louisiana, 

STeunessee, 

Kentucky, 

Ohio, 

Indiana, 

Illinois, 

j Missouri, 

jTotal. 



66 






November 


1834 


40 


October 


1834 


6 


October 


1834 


28 


November 


1&34 


1 


October 


1835 


8 


April 


1835 


21 


Aujrust 


1835 


13 


October 


1834 


9 


October 


1834 


9 


August 


1835 


5 


November 


1835 


2 


Jul^' 


1834 


3 


AuiTust 


1835 


13 


August 


1835 


13 


October 


1834 


19 


August 


1835 


7 


August 


1834 


3 


August 


1835 


2 



240 



MINISTERS AND CONSULS OF THE UNI- 
TED STATES I 

RESIDENT IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES. { 

Ministers Plenipotentiary receive an annnal salary' 
of $9,000, besides $9,000 fJ)r outfit. A charge d'AH 
faires receives a salary of $4,500, and a Secretary oft 
Legation $2,000. 

Consuls ol Barbary are more of Diplomalic than 
Commercial Agents; tiot only as regards their voca-j 
tions, but also as it respects their compensation. j 

They receive rrgnlnr annual salaries, and their payf 
does not in (he least depend on lees. Consuls ol the 
United Stales, geperally so called, are, in effect, agents 
n)r commerce and seamen. They receive no yearly 
salaries, (except in Paris and London, where they 
have an annual salary of $2000) and their compensa- 
tion is derived from the lees which are allowed by 
law. Consul.^ o( the Uniteil States, for commercial 
purposes, are regularly admitted and recognised, as 
to their ofnoinl functions, in the ports of Europe ; but 



67 

I \hj ci>li)!)ies of die European unlions, nfrenls f(»i 
)rnmer(',e nrui seamen, moslly exercise the duties of 
leir slaiujus under courtesy, without any formal re- 
^uniiion. 

In their public capacity, consuls and agents for 
>innierce and seamen nre principally occupied in ve- 

fv ing, in different forms, the legality of the trade ol 
le United States with foreign nations, and in reliev- 
iL' and sending home American seamen, who hy ac- 
ident or misliniune, are left destitute within the ju- 
isdiclKm of tiie several consulates or agencies. 

Consular agents, though not recoirnised by law, have 
1 some cases been made by (»ur ministers abroad for 
pecial and temporary purposes; but commissions for 
hese appointments are not granted by the United 
lilies. — JSational Calendar. 

British Dominions. — Aaron Vail, Charge d'Af- 
lires, London. Consuls 37. 

France. — Edward Livingston, Envoy Extraordin- 
ry, and Minister Plenipotentiary, Paris. Con<5u!s 14. 

Switzerland.— John G. Boker, Consul Geneial. 

Russia. — W.iliam Wilkins, Envoy Extraordinary, 
nd Minister Plenipotentiary, St. Petersburgh. John 
landolph Clay, Secretary of Legation, St. Peters- 
urgh. Cotisuls, 5. 

Spain. — Wm. T. Barry, Envoy Extraordinary and 

^linisier Plenipotentiary, Madrid. , Scc- 

etary of Lcijation. Consuls, 19. 

Portugal. — Edward Kavanagh, Charge d'Affaires, 
jishorr. Consuls, 7. 

Holland. — Augustus Davezac, Charge d'Affaires. 
intsterdntn. Consuls, 8. 

Belgium. — Hucrh S. Legare, Charge d'Affaires, 
Irussels. Consul, 1. 

Austria. — Cmsuls, 3. 

Hesse darmstadt and hessb cassel. — Consuls, 2. 

Bavaria. Robert De Reudorffer, Consul, Munich. 

Saxony. Frederick List. Consul, Leipsic. 

Hanseatic towns. Consuls, 4. 

Prussia. Henry Wlieaton, Charge d'Affaires, 
Berlin. Consuls, 2. 



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Cipiru'e (rAtKiiies, Siockh-'H. Coii.-siils, 4. 

Denmark. Jnim.liaii F. W Mul.sicJe. Charge d'Al- 
laiics, Cnpt^iilmireii. CiMisjils, 4. 

Italian states. CtMisiil.<, 4. 

Roiii;m stales ami kingdom ol ihe two Sicilie:>. 
Consul.-^, 5. 

Turkey. David Porter, Charge d'Affaires, Con- 
sta'iiiiiople. Coiisido, 10. 

Egypt and Syria. Consular Agents;, 6. 

Barb\ry powers. Consuls, 4. 

United Mexican states. Anthony Butler, Charge 
vrAffiire>^, CiHisuls, 20. j 

Republic of central America. Charles G. De 
Witt, Gi.arge d'Aff.in-.'^, Gualaniala. Con.'^uls, 2. 

Republic -OF new granada. Rbt. M'Afce, Charge 
d' Atiaire.s, Bogota. Consuls, 3. 

Republic of Venezuela. John G. A. William- 
Si)n, Charire d' Affaires, Lagnayra. Consuls, 3. 

Republic of eq,uator. Seih Svveelzer, Consul, 
Guayaquil. 

Republic OF PERU. Sannuel Lamed, Charge d'Af- 
faires, Lima. Consuls, 3. 

Republic of chili. Richard Pollard, Charge d'- 
Afi'aires, St. Jago de Chili. Consuls. 3. 

Oriental republic of Uruguay. John Patrick, 
C<»nsul, Montevideo. 

Argentine republic. , Charge d'Af- 
faires, Buenos Ayres. Consul. 1. 

Empire of brazil. Wni. Hunter, Charge xl'A(- 
lairrs, Rio de Janeiro. ChusuIr. 8. 
' Republic of hayti, (st. domikgo.) Consular 
Agents, 3. 

Sandwich islands. John C. Jones, jr. C. A. Oahu. 

China. Peter W. Snow, Consul, Canton. 



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UNITED STATES JUD1CL\RY. 

SUPREME COURT. 

Annual Term at JVashingtojt Ci:y second Monday in 

January. 

. Chi-f Jusiicr. " $5,000 



_ ^^ 

I.isfj^li Story, Ass. Jusiicc, M»^s, Nov. ISTThTHsOO 
vniih Thonipsoi), do N. Y. Dec. 9, 1823 4500 

J .ini M'Le.-in, do Oiiio M.irr,;i 7, 18'i9 4500: 

rloiirv Baldwin, do Pa. Jan. 6, 1830 4500| 

^inu's M. Wayne, do Geo. 1835 4500 

(One v;ic.;Hic.y.) | 

Beiij. F. Biiilt-r, Anorney General, Washington 4000i 
Richard Peters, jr.. Reporter, lOOOJ 

vVilliani v. Carroll, Clnrk, ' Fees 

Alexander Hiniter, M-i-sliali, Fees 

DISTRICT COURT FOR VERMONT. 
Session ai Windsor and Rinland, aliernaleiy. 
Elijah Paine, Willi-mistown, JiwUe, ' 1200 

Oan'l Kellogg, Rockinijham, Aiiorney, 200 and li-es 
Htiirjn Lowrey, Marsfial, Biirlinijion, 200 and lees 
Geo. W. Barker, Deputy Marshal, Monipelier. 

ciRcurr COURTS. 

[A Circuit Court roinprists two or more districts, and 
the Circuit Court is holilen hy one Jjdge of the 
Supreme Court with ?he J-ulge of liie Pisirici 
where the Court is holden.] 

SITTINGS OF THI£ CIRCUIT COURTS. 

First, and Second Circuits. 

[Wiien any ol" the roll«>\ving thiys happen on Stinday 

itte Court is to he held on the Monday fidlowinir.] 
Maine, a: Portland, Isi. May ; Wiscas.sf^i, 1st Oct. 
Neic Hampshire, at Ports-mouth, 8ih May; Exeier! 

8ih October. 
Massac husetls, at Boston. 15tli May and 15ih Oct. 
Rhode Island, at Providence, 15tli Nov.; Newport, 

15ih June. 
Cunnectieul, at New Haven, ISlhol April; Hartford 

17iti September. 
Ve}'niont, at Windsor, 21st May ; Rutland, 3d Oet^ 
A^ew York, at New York, last Monday in February, 
Mav, Jiilv and October. 
SITTINGS OF THE DISTRICT COURTS. 
JVew Hampshire, at Port.smou:h, the 3(1 Tuesdays in 
March and September, and Exeter, 3d Tliursday 
in Jiine and December. 



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Fiermo/j?. at Wiivlsiir. on ilie SiMili of May, and 
Kuiliind on ili.".6lh o4- 0'- ob; r. 
Ijyiassac/iusetts, m Bosion, 31 'i'ii(?s(!:iy in March, 4\ 
\i\ June, 2.1 in Sej)icmt)er, and 1st in Dtcenilier 
Rhode Islund, m Newport /md Providence, lsi Aiom 
day in Fehruary St Aucriisi, &, Isl in May & Nov^; 
Connecticut, at Ilartllird an({ New Haven, Isi Mon- 
day in Feb. & Ann;. & 1st Monday inMav & Nov. 
JVew York, ai New York, Isi Tuesday in February. 
May, August and Noveml>er. 

Exchisive of t}'e above mentioned ststed Conns, 
the Disirici Judges have power lo hold special courts 
in tlieir respective districts at their discretion. 



ratp:s of postage 

Established by Act of Congress , passed March 3, 1825. 

For a single letter, composed ol orie piece (d i)a- 
per, lor any distance not exceedintrSO miles, 6 cents; 
over 30 mi'ies, and not exceedinir 80, 10 cents ; ovet 
80, anil not exceeding 150, 12 1-2 cents; over 150. 
and not exceeding 400 miles, 18 3-4 cents; over 400. 
25 cents. 

Double letters, or those composed of two pieces of 
■paper, are charged with double those rates. 
j Triple letters, or those composed of three pieces 
of paper, are charged triple those rates. 

Quadruple letters, or those composed of H)ur pie- 
ces of paper, are charged qnadruj)le those rates. 

A packei the weight of one ounce, is charged the 
rate ol lour single letters, and in like pr(tpv)riion loi 
one of greater wcighi. Ship letters 6 cents. 
NEWS PAPEU POSTAGE. 

For each newspaper carried not over 100 miles, J 
'cent; over 100 miles, 1 1-2 cents; but if carried lo 
'any office in the state in which it is printed, vvhalevei 
the disiance be, the rate is one ceni. 

Pamphlets and Magazines of the periodical kind, 
jnot over 100 miles, 1 1.-2 cents per sheet ; those noi 
published periodically, are to be char<red, f'>r 100 lTJile^ 
|or less,. 4 cents each sheer,- over 150 miles 6 cents. 
jF.verv article f.entinihe niail, which is not either a 

mmmmmmmfSmmiimSmmmmmmfi^i 



n 

newspaper, magazine, panjpfjlet, or leo^islative journ- 
al, is subject to letter posiaije, tvheilier it he a prjnei 
or wriiieii communicalion, except a u-ritierior priniet! 
jnotice Irom a publisher of a newspaper, siaiiiijjr iht 
subscription due, which must be attached lo llie mar- 
gin o( a newspaper, and postage charged ior it as a 
newspaper. 

PRIVILEGE OF FRANKING. 

Letters and packets to and from the following offi- 
cers of the governmen!, are by law received and con- 
veyed by post, iree of Postase* 

The President and Vice President of the United 
Stales; Secretaries of State, Treasury, War, and 
Navy; Attorney General; Postmaster General and 
Assistant Postmaster General; Comptrt)l!ers, Auditors, 
Register, and Solicitor of the Treasury ; Treasurer. 
Commissioner of the General Land Office; Conmiission 
ers of the Navy Board: Commissary Gt-neral; In- 
spectors General ; Quartermaster General; Paymas- 
ter General ; Superintendent «>f Patent Office ; Speak- 
er and Clerk of the House ol Representatives ; Pres- 
ident and Secretary of the Senate ; and any individu- 
'i\ who shall have been, or may hereafter be, Presi* 
jiient of the United States; and each may r».'ceivt 
nevvspaiTcrs by post, iree of postage. 

Each member ol the Settle, and each member and 
jdelegaie ol the House of Representatives, may send! 
;md receive, free nf postage, newspapers, letters, and 
packets weiirhinf; not more than two ounces, [in case 
of excess of weight, execess only to be paid fi)r,J and 
jail documents printed by order (»r either Hou^e, from 
{the period of sixty days before he takes his sea» in 
jCoj^ress, till the next meeting of Congress. 
j Postmasters may send and receive, free of postage, 
jletlers and packets not exceeding half an ounce in 
jweight; and they may receive one* daily newspaper, 
leach, or what is equivalent thereto. 
j Printers ol newspapers may send one p^per lo eacli 
jand every other printer of newspapers within the 
United States, free of postage, under stich. regula- 
i.ions as the Posfmiisie'* General m.iv provide. 



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"""^ STATE OF VKilMOLNT. 

General list of the toiou of, for (he year 

No. Polls ill 5S»»0 

Acres of land at $ assessed at 6 per cent. 

Houses and lots appurtenant at $ assessed at 
4 per cent. 

Mills, stores, distilleries, &c. apprised at $ as- 
sessed at 6 per cent. 

Oxen at $2 

Cows and other cattle of 3 years old at $1,23 

Cattle ot 2 year.s old at 75 cents 

Horses & mules ov. 25 &. not exceeding $1,75 at $3 

Horses andinules over $75 at ^6 

Hor-es and tnnles at 2 years old at $2 

Horses and mules of one year old at $1,25 

Stallions of 4 \ears old and upwards, at f75 

Stallions qF three years old at $30 

Jacks at $10 

Sheep at 10 cents per head 

Carriages assessed at 6 per cent. 

House clocks ot brass, and brass time-piecesiat $3 

Gold watches at $4 

Common watches at $1 

Money on hand and debts due at 6 per cent. 

Bank and insurance stock, at 3 per cent. 

Attornies asse-^sed in the whole at $ 

Practirioners of physic and i^urgery assessed in 
the whole at $ 

Merchants and traders assessed in the whole at $ 
Atnouut including lukole of two-folds. 

Deduct for minors equipped for tnilitary duty by pa- 
rents, ma«;ters or guardians, at $10 is 

Deduct one ImU of two-folds, added tp ihe several 
items ia said list is 

Mililia polls, other than those who are equipped, 

txempted, at $10 is 

H arses of cavalry exempted at $3 is 

Amount deducted, $ 

Balance, being true list state tax, $ 



Listers. 



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l'3ppointed March 1835, Clergymen, .dUormys, Pliysicians,\ 

and Postmasters in each town in tke State. I 

i i 

i BENNINGTON COUNTY. j 

j Arlington — Town Clerk, John B Lathrop, First Con-; 
stable, Curtis Yonn<r, SeUftmen, Saimifcl Buck, Ab^-l Av- 
lesw'orth, Nelson Havvley j Clergy, Lunian Foot epi?. 
Thomas Marshall bap. Jacob Beetuan meth ; Attorney 
Harmon Canfield ; Physician!', Siiiieon Littlt-field, Aaroiil 
McKee, Abel Aylesworth, John Lauj^hto'i ; Postmasters, | 
Jonathan Baker, jr. AV'-st Arlington, Cyrus B Hills. j 

Bennington — Town C4erk, V/m. Hasvvell, First Con- 
stable, Richmond Fisk, Selectmen Elijah D Hubbell, 
Elijah Fillmore, Edward ;>.! Y\"illiiii:, J<icl Volontine, An-j 
son Wood ; Clergy, Edward W Hooker corig. Ezia D^ 
Kinney pres. Jeremiah Hall bap. Wm. F Hurd methj 
Xath'l O Preston epis. Jer. O'Caileshan, rom cath; At-j 
torneys, Truman Squire, James Hubbellj Diivid Robinsonj 
jr. Hiland Hall, Saml H Blackmer, Henry Kellogg, John] 
S Robinson, Pierpoint Ish.mi, O C Alenill, Ud iVl Robin-i 
son, Wtn S Soulhwick, Alan-on P Lyman, Nathan Hos-[ 
,kin^ ; Physicians, Noadiah Swift, V7m Bizelow, Hemat 
Swift, Jona Char.dler, Goo O Giibort, Freeborn Johnson 

Alay ; Botanic physician?:, Riifus B Millinston, E. 

C Hills, Lyman Blackman ; Postmasters, Henry Keilogg:.| 
Charles S Wright, North Bennincvion. I 

Dorset— -Town Clerk, Heman Ator.^e, Fir.-t constable- 
Jasper Viall, selectmi'n, Alvin Gray, H<;man Moise, Ly- 
man Sikcs ; cier;iy, Wm Jackson con;^. Jacob Beernan, 
jj Whirehorn meth; physicians, John Sargeant, W »>'; 
iShumway D Crary ; postmasters J A Hod^e, Marcus E, i 
Roberts, 

I Glastenbxiry— ^T own cujrk, Jeremiah McDaniel, firs! 
iconstable, Luman Hewes, selectmen, Jeremiah McDan- 
;iels^ John McDanicls, Luman Hewes; physicians bot. 
Elijah Hewes, Asa G Hewes. 

I Landgrove — ^Town clerk, Reuben Holt, first constable,! 
James .Vlarrin, selectmen, Pk,euben Holt, G C Tulhillj 
jJohn Martin ; physician, Amori Byuson ; postmaster, Se • 
jiah Warner. 
I Maachtster — Town clerk. Pt H Blackmer, ?iyM cnnsta 

D 



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ble, H J Blacknjer, selctlrnen, Josiah Burton, Majorj 
Hawley, David Andtrson; cler^jy, Jaints Anderson cong. 
F Laue t-pif^. Silas Kirinry bap; W H Rcvnolds, camp ; 
alforneyp, M L BeDuctt, L Sargeant, S Swiff, S Spring; 
physicians, John Cook, Geo TuUl?, Ezra Edson ; post- 

jjinasters, L C Orvis, Benj Robeiis F Point. 

I; Poxcnal — Town cle-ik, Thos B Parker, first conslahle, 

j,Thos B'ir£;cs.-!, 5c!(ctmcn, Henry Tyler, -Black uier E 
Brownell, Lernuci Morgan ; clergy, Elihu Dulchcr bap. 
physicians, Binj F Morgan, Abel B Wilder; postmaster, 
Job.n M Poller. | 

Perv — Town cUrk, Pcussel Tiithill, fir^t .ooiistable,! 
Mark Batchclder, selectmen, Benj Barnard jr, Peter Dud-j 
ley, Janu S.Lincoln ; clergy, Henry S Dane meih ; pbysi-, 
cian, H W I-ioward ; postmaster, Daniel Tuthill. I 

Readsborough — Towncleik, ^Vatlers Gilkt, first con-: 
-table, Wni ytafibrd, selectmen, Caleb Bailey, Garreft.! 
Brown, Peter Plolbrcok ; clergy, Jeremiah Fry, Jonab' 
Stearns v nielh. James Carpenter bap ; physician, Wat-j 

jiiers Giilclt ; postmaster. Joel Houghton. \, 

Rupert — Town cleik, Henry Shelden, first constable,; 
James Sheldon, selectmen, Joseph Hastings, Joseph Par- 
ser, John Haiwood; clergy, David Wilson cong 



Haff'bap; atUtrney, Isaac Sherman; physician, Henry 
Sheldon ; postmaster, Ira F Sheldon, Grove Moore, jr. ' 

Sn7u}pjilt—To\vn clerk, Walter Randall, first constable, 
S ?vi West, seloctmen, Pccuben Thomas, Grandison Sher- 
tnan, Eri Shj-rnum ; clergy, SM Wheelock cong; physi- 
cian, Herman Tucker; postmaster, S M West. ! 
' Sccrsburgh — Town clerk, John Knapp, first constable, 
David Crousi<;r, seh ctmen, Joshua Morse, John Kuapp, 
Joseph Crousier ; postmaster, Oliver Prf sson. j 
I Sha/isbury — Tnwn clerk, Pliram Barton, first consta-| 
■ble, David G Cole, selccfmen, Lyman V/ Monroe, Sam- 
uel Ames, John Niles ; clergy, Isaiah Mattison, War- 
ham Walker, Robert R Bennett bap. Warren Skinnet; 
univ; physicians, Frcborn Johnson, Heniy W Bell, EUi^ 
oi Brown ; ; ostmaster. Chas Spencer jr. Jona Draper 
S Shaftsbn ry. , 

Stamford — Town clerk, Otis Phillips, first constable, Jo- 
'seph Mixter, selectmen, Alanson Cowles, J.-mes Hongh- 
;ton, Calvin Samson ; clergy, Vvrigit Hazen meth. Merril 
iHouse bap; altorney, Dalmon jV Stroud; postmaster, 
'John L Willmarth. | 



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Sunderland — Town clerk, James A Graves, first con- 
stable, Hiram Hill, selectmen, Russel Lawrence, Ira Mc 
Laughlin, Andrew Judson . clergy, Needham Kniglit? 
meth ; postmaster, Gilbert Bradley 2d. 

WiiihaU — Town clerk, NathI Mellen, first constable, 
John Brooks, selectmen, Nalhl ^llellen, Francis Kidder, 
Moses Mellen ; peysician, Job Leonard ; postmaster, 
Hardin Beebe. 

Woodford — Town clerk, Elislia Lyon, first constable, 
Philetus Knapp, selcctmt n, Rucl Knapp, Chs Knapp, 
Elisha Lyon ; clergy, Joseph C Hollistcr r meth ; post- 
master, Elisha Lyon. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Acton — Town clerk, Lemuel Farwell, first constable, 
'Philemon Holdcn, seclectnien, Nathan Fisher, Eben Hun- 
tington, Jonas Cristie. 

Athens — Town clerk, Lyman Alexander, first constable,- 
Tisdale Porter, seJectmen, Tisdale Foster, Amos Davis,. 
Mark Ball ; clergy, Chester W Levingsmeth; physicians, 
Jonathan Howard, Ebenezer Chase jr; postmaster, Ethal- 
ston Bailey. 

Brattlevoro^ — Town clerk, Stephen Gre^nleaf, first con- 
stable, Phincas Stewart, selectmen, Joseph Goodhue, 
SamI Earl jr. Chs Chapin ; clergy, J L Stark cong. Chs 

Walker <;al. Patterson, meth. Addi-~on Brown unit. 

Woodhonse univ; attorney?, Asa Keyes J D Brad- 



Icy, Asa Green, Samuel Elliot, Geo Morris; physicians, 
J L Dickerman, Wm Arms, Datil Gilbert, Dana Hyde,' 
Slratton ; postmasters, Asa Green, Phineas Stewart 



W Brat. 

Brookline — Town clerk, Asaph Coy, first constable, Jo- 
el Ranney, selectmen, Samuel Adams, Isaac Willman 3d 
Thomas Cram ; clergy, ] A Brown bap; physician, Wm 
Perry. 

Dover — Town clerk, Fayette Perry, first constable, AI-; 
vin Gould, selectmen, Fayette Perry, David Dexter jr. 
Jeptha Lyman jr; clers^y, Danl Leonard f bap. Mansfield 
{Brown bap; physician, Jedh Eastabrook; postmaster, John 
!flicejr. 

Diuntnerston — Town clerk, Joseph Duncan, first con- 
stable. Marshal Newton, selectmen, Asa Knight, Jothani 
Burnet, Thos Miller; clergy, Hosea Beckleypres; attor- 

|iney, Marshal Miller; physician?, J M Knapp, Suel Wal- 
•ker; postmaster, Luther AUyn. 



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Grafton — Town clerk, Bcnj H Bridgrnan, first consta- 
ble, Gideon Falmer, selectmen, Wm Palmer, John Gib- 
,?on, Beiij Smith jr ; clergy, Moses B Bradford con. Eras- 
tus Willard bap • attorney, David L Putnam ; physicians, 
Benj H Bridgman, E \V Ranney : postmaster, L C Alex- 
ander. 

Guilford — Town clerk , Ward Bullock, first constable, 
Hiram Hart, selectmen, Isaac Brown, Abel Weatherhead. 
Oiis Shepardson ; ciergy, Jacob Pierson, tpis. Orren Bug- 
bee univ. Asa Haynes melh ; attorney, John Phelps. 
physician, Benj V/ Stevens; postmasters, Elihu Field, 
Edward Houghton jr. G Centre. 

Halifax — Town clerk, P».ufus K Henry, fir?t constable. 
Safuuel Niles jr. selectmen, Sanford Plumb, Elisha Bagar. 
Time Larabee; clersy, T H Wood cong. Sml Fish jr bap; 
attorney J Stark, JL Siaik; {'hysician Moses Cr.amber- 
lain ; postmaster Tho H AVood, James Plumb W Hali- 
fa.v. 

Jamaica — Town clerk, Nathl Cheney jr, first constable 
John Kellogs:, selectmen Peter Pc Tafr, Squire Gleason. 
Hammond Livermore ; clergy Chs M Brown cong. Penin 
BFiskbap; physicians Joel Holton, Eli Sanders; post- 
master S T R Cheney. 

Londonderry — Town clerk Al.'red Pierce, first consta- 
ble David Arnold, selectmen, Elisha White, John Hodge- 
Iboom, David C Stowell; clergy, S Pierce bap ; physicians 
iJames B Collins, L G Whiting ; postmaster John Emer- 
|son. 

Marlboro'' — Town clerk Jesse Cone, first constable 
Martin Winchester, selectmen Simeon Adams, Hubbard 
H Winchester, Cotton Mather; cl-rgy Phineas How bap: 
physician Ebenezer Tucket ; postmaster Jona Smith. 
I JsTtwfane — Town clerk Joseph Ellis, first constable 
John A Merrifield, selectmen Aaron Px,obinson, Walter 
Eager, Isaac Eddy : clergy John F Griswold cal Wm H 
Flogges meth ; attorneys R M Field, Chauncey Adams; 

iphysicians Chester Olds, Holledy, Gilman ; 

postmasters Wright Pomroy Fayetteville, Jason Duncan, 

Williamsville. 

! Putney — Town clerk Wm Houghton, first constable 

Wm Houghton, selectmen Alexander Campbell, David 

'Foster, Samuel Wheat; clergy Amos Foster cong A K 

Howard meth ; attorney Phineas White, Asa Crawford; 

ijphysicians Alexander Campbell, John Campbell. 



Rockingham — Town clerk Alexander S Campbell, firsij 
constable Mannassah Divoll, Cyrus Locke, David Chand-j 
ler, Ezekiel Weston; clergy Carlton Chase epis Richard 
M Ely bap ; attornies Darnel Kellogg, AS Campbell, 
Horace Baxter ; physicians Noah Pratt, Artemas Rob- 
bins, H R A Severance, John H Wells ; postmasters 
Lewis M Olcott, Roval Earl Saxtons River, John H 
iWellsB Falls. 

Somerset— Town clerk Moses Pike, first constable Le- 
vi Snow jr. selectmen Elliot Morse, Hollis Town, Moses 
Pike. i 

I Stratton—Town clerk Benj Thatcher, first constable; 
David Rice, selectmen Benj Thatcher, Noah Hill, Rich 
'ard Scott; clergy Joseph B Goddard cong ; postmasterj 
jTho Sprague. 

I Townshend — Town clerk Lucius Dyer, first constable 
Eber M Barber, selectmen Chapin Howard, John H 
Brigham, Abial Stoddard ; clergy Horatio N Graves cong. 
Hiram A Graves bap; attorneys John Roberts, Marslial 
iMiller; physicians Chs Clark, Chs Perry, Joel Cham- 
berlin, W R Ranney, A L Petty ; postmasters Ezekiel 
Ransom, John Fessenden W Townshend. 

Vernon — No returns. 

Wardsboro''--To\vn clerk A Wheelock, first constable 
Wales A Bridges, selectmen Samuel Kelley, Solomon 
Newell, Justus Knowlton ; clergy James Tufts cong; 

physicians Paul Wheeler John P Warren, May ; 

postmasters Jas Tufts, Peter Hammond, Jackson New- 
ell. I 

Westminster — Town clerk Timothy Field, first consta- 
ble Ira Goodhue, selectmen Ellery Albe, Edward R 
Campbell, Alvan Goodell ; clergy Sylvester Sage, Timo- 
thy Field, Preston Taylor cong ; attorney Wm C Brad-j 
ley; physicians Pliny Safford, David Allen; postmasters^ 
Piiny Safford, David Allen West Westminster. 

Whitinsham — Town clerk Rufus Chase, first constable. 
Wm Hull, selectmen Moses Morse, David Chase 2d. Jo-' 
siah Briggs ; clergy Amherst Lamb bap Calvin Bucklin f 
bap Hosea F Ballou univ Ebenezer Davis r meth ; attor-j 
ney Horace Roberts; physician Horace Smith ; postmas- 
'ters Horace Roberts, Saxton Plumb Jacksonville. 

Wilmington — Town clerk Abner AUard, first constable 
Oliver Harris, selectmen Otis Haynes, Rufus Smith, He- 
man Swift; clergy Hosea F Ballou univ Mansfieldi 



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iBfuce bap Michael Glmmby meili Josiah Jb'eabody cong; 
jattorney C K Field ; physicians Abner Allard, John Pul- 
jsifer; postmaster A B Childs. I 

j Windham — Town r.lerk Wtn Harris, first constablej 
jMoses Larnard jr. selectmen Amos Emery, Saml Godard, 
|R.ufus Farr; clergy Saml Kingsbury bap ; physician John 
Austin; postmaster Lemuel Abbott jr, j 

j WINDSOR COUNTY. | 

j ^indover — Town clerk Sewall Smith, first constable Geoj 
\W Stickney, selectmen Chs W Chandler, Saml Clark, Jo-i 
il Balch ; clergy Joel Manning, Elias Hu Iburt bap ;' 
physicians Chs W Chandler, Wolcott C Chandler, Put- 
lam Burton ; postmasters Sewall Snaith, Ed L Simons 
Simonsville. 

Baltimore — Town clerk J M Boynton, first constable 
Sari Woodbury, selectmen Wm Davis, Stephen Robinson, 
jloshua Lcland ; clergy Joshua Leland univ. 
i Barnard — Town clerk Geo R Winslow, first constable 
Joseph Bowniaii, selectmen Oren Gambell, Benj Tupper, 
Lorenzo Richmond; clergy John Smith meth B F Read 
cong; attorneys Geo E Wales, A Royce ; physicians 
Saml P Danforth, Isaac Danforth, Alvin Burbank, Thom- 
^isSvvilt; postmasters Jona Smith, Seymour Belknap E; 
Barnard. j 

j Bethel — Town clerk Jonathan Marsh, First constable', 
iJno Woodbury, selectmen A McKenster, Danl Woodbu-' 
Iry, Benj B Lincoln ; clergy Francis L Whiting cong Eri, 
)3larHeld univ. J Sabin epis, D Wells, W Granger meth ;■ 
jattorney Julius Converse ; physcians Alfred Page, Joel 
jAnger, James Woodward jr ; postmasters Leonard Fisk. 
iSa'ul Austin jrW Bothe'. i 

' Brid'zexvuler — Town clerk Thomas South^ate jr. first, 
jconstable Moses ^.lontas ue, selectmen David Thomson,; 
JJohn Flint, Thomas V Vose ; physicians Gaius P Wood,| 
■Stephen D Sears ; postmaster Thomas Southgate jr. 
I Cavendish — Town clerk Saml Adams, first constablej 
Joseph Adams, selectmen Saml Adams, Levi Jackman, 
Daniel Wheeler; clergy Joseph Freeman bap James; 
iVIorgan, Benj Lock f bap W H Stodard meth ; attorneys' 
jSalmon F Dutton, Horace Fletcher; physicians Alpheusj 
Fletcher, Archibald McEwen, John D Brooks ; postmas-, 
iters Otis Robinson, Horace Fletcher Proctorsville. j 

j Chester— Town clerk Amos Heald, first constable Benji 
B Sargeant, se lectmen D H Hilton, Ptolomy Edson, Jer 



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iemiah Kil>lin^ ; clergy Uziah C Burnap roiig Jacol) fe iMci 
iCollam bap Darius Forbss univ R Bruce f bap; a'tornpy.-j 
Tbomas Robinson, Oramcl Hutchinson, Chs Aiken; pliy-; 

Jsicians P Edson, Abraham Lort'ell, Stephen Shear; poal-j 
■master Phineas O Sargeant. | 

i Hartford — Town clerk Freegrace Leavitt, fiast consfa-; 
!ble Reuben Tenney, selcclmen James Utiull, John Porter 
iJohn Strong ; clergy Austin Hazen, Samuel Bascorib con 
[Daniel Hazen chrs ; attorneys Andrew Tracy, Edward; 
P Harris ; physicians Thomas Carter, Tra Tenney, Ga!(M.[ 
Hunier ; postmasters Oramel H Nichols, Jacob Diinmiekl? 
Clneechy village, Eben'r J Wliitney W Hartford. |j 

Hartland — Town clerk John S Marcy, first coMsiald j? 
Lewis Merrilt, selectmen Wm H Lernmex, Buckley Ivlar-j 
cy, Moses T Swan; clergy GaiT)l Delano co:ig Zcra (jol \ 

Sburn, Newell meth S Ballon univ; attorneys John >! 

a'Marcy, Hamdf^n Cutts ; physicians Joiin Harding. Syl 

jivcstet Marcy, Hen-y P Brf>wn, J T Miller, Town ;; 

Bipostmaslcrs Henry B Brown, Jolin Daniels N Hartland. ■ 

il Ludlow — Town clerk Aitemas Spafftrd, first constubh, 
jSda3 Warren, selectmen Artenias Spaff^rd, Asa Flelcher, 
lAsihel Smith ; clergy J IM Graves bao Silas H Hodges- 
con^; attorney Reuben Vrashburn ; physicians A G 
Tavlor, Danl Jones, Wm B A\ eatherbve ; postajai^te!;^ 
Ric"hard F Fletclter. i?i 

j JVoncick — Town clerk Cyru=: Partridge, fiiRt const •bK;J 
E B Brown, selectmen Cyrus Partridge, Calvin Seaver,? 
ijr Aaron Partridge; clergy Samuel Goddard cong Jame.-*IS 

L' wis, Cidver meth ; attorneys Aaion Lovtlaud.ij 

-^olon Grant, Harvey Bu-lon ; pliysicia-is Lvman Lewi», 
Ro ace Hatch, Ira Davi> ; postmaster Roswell ShurtlefT 

PhjrnouU.i — Town clerk Cephas Moore, first constabh. 
Nathan Adarris, selectmen Reuben Taylor, Enoch Weth- 
erbec, Moses Pollrvrd jr; cler.:y D Biirrou£hs bap ; phy 
sician Horatio N Cailer ; postn. aster ?vlose.« Pollard jr. 

Pom/ret — Town clerk Olis Chamberlin, first constable 
Daniel Howard, selectmen Gardner Winslow, Oliver 
Leonard, Rufus Bugbee; clergy Joseph B White cone 
Asa Braley, Isaac Dexter chris O'is Warren univ Vergenej 
iveith meth ; physician Kimball Russ ; postmaster Mar- 
lin Snow. | 

Reading — Town eieik S C Lov^eland, fir-st constable S' 
Keyes, selectujen Chs Buck, Lemuel B V/as'jburn, John! 
vVatkins; clergy S C Loveland univ; physicians Nathlj 



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I rolls, Levi pLitnarn; postmasters David Hanimond,,! 
\W;i\ler Brown Feicliville, Rufus Buck S Reading. | 

j Rochester — Town clerk John Tra?k, first constable' 
JLeonard Taylor, selectmen Benj Richardson, James Win£ 

'2d. Sarnl Sparha'.vk ; clergy , cong James 

ICampljell meth; attorney Sumner A Webber; physi- 
cuins Retiio Trask, Daniel Hnntington, Reuben Hall, Jo- 
-iah H Phelj)?, Daniel Barns; postmaster M P Pmney. 

Roy alt on— Town clerk Richard BIoss, first constable 
John L Bowman, selectmen Phineas Pierce, David Whee- 
lock, Freeman H Safford ; clergy A C Washburn con a; I 
attorneys John Francis, A C Noble, Nathaniel Spragne ;; 
physicians Joseph A Dennison, Joseph A Dennisoii jr.j 
Pi,ichard Bloss ; postmaster J H Boardmari 
I Sharon — Town clerk Saml Shuttlcworth, first constablej 
Freeman Page, selectmen Lyman Benson, Moses Preston,' ' 
Joel Hunter; clergy Saml Bascomb cong James Parker 
bap; attorney Samt Shnttleworth ; physician Alba South- 
ard; postmastfM- Chester Baxter. 

Springfield — Town clerk Mills N Duman, first consta» 
:ble Saml Chipman, selectmen John Perkins, Enos Brown, 
Reuben Lockwood ; clergy Danl O Morton cong C W 
Hodges biip DexttT Bates. S Gluintby meth ; attorneys 
N Cobb, Henry Closson ; physicians Moses Cobb, Leon- 
ard Chase, E Crain, Henry F Crain, A^iasa W Hongh-j 
'ton; postmasters Geo Washburn, Abner Field North 
iSpringfield. 

Stockbridge — Town clerk Merrick Gay, first constable 
Danlil Gay jr. seclccfmen Paul W Gay, John Taggart. 
John Leonard; attorney Job Strong; physicians Timo- 
thy P Fay, Hiram Crandall ; postniasters Justin Morgan,! 
jr. Merrick Gay. 

Weathersfitld — Town clerk Joshua Upham, first consta- 
ble Chs Sherwin, selectjnen Barnabas Dean, Nathan B 
Dean, A mos Hulet ; clergy James Converse cong 



jQ^nimby meth ; attorney Asa Wheeler; physicians Rob- 
art B Cram, Robert Atwood ; postmasters Bailey Bartlett 
|bow, Reuben Squires Greenbush, Joseph Kidder Pcrkins- 
j^ille, Amasa Gay corners. 

1 Weslon — Town clerk Amos N Burton, first constable 
jWrn Turner, selectmen A N Burton, John Wilder, Ste- 
Iphen Dow ; clergy Justin Parsons cong "W W Wright 
hiniv Andes T Bullard, meth ; attorney Edson Allen ; 
Hlphv^icians S Carter, H Gray ; posttnasiei .John Wilder. 



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Windsor — Town clerk Edwin Edgerton, first constable 
Leonard Person, selectmen Edwin Edgerton, Joel Hale, 
Nahum Swallow ; clergy Wm Horton epis Geo E Wilson, 
J Richaids, J \V Curtis con Elijah Hutchinson bap. R L; 
Harvey meth ; attorneys J H Hubbard, E Egerton, H 
Everett, Carlos Coolidge, A Aik; n, J Sargeant, C Kop-i , 
Ikioi-, P C Freeman, T "S Fullerion, F E Phelps; physi- 
Icians N Trask, Stephen Cole, L B Cole, E E Phelps, E 
|C Torrcy, Dyer Story, Cyrus Houghton, John Wakefield, 
Joseph Wfiiting; postmasters Jabez Sargeant, O G Swee-| 
jster Brownsville. 

i Woodstock — Town clerk Nahum Haskell, firs!, consta 
'h\e L^'sander Raymond, selectmen John Moulton, Samlj 
iWood, Lysander Raymond ; clergy Robert Southgate 
icong B C C Parker epis Jasper Hazen chris H Gnrnsey,; 
|Silas ddimby nitth Rijssel SfreetciT univ; attorneys Chsj 
JMarsh, T Hutchinson, Job Lyman, David Pierce, Nor-; 
'man Williams, I N Cushman, L A Marsh, E Hutchin-j 
son, Benj Swan jr. O P Chandler, Josiah Chandler jr 
Henrv Hutchinson ; physicians John Burnell, David 
Palmer, J D Powers, S Drew, W Bowman, T E Pow- 
ers, B R Palmer; postmasters Benj Swan jr. Richard 
Ransom S Woodstock, 

RUTLAND COUNTY. 

Benson — Town clerk M W Smith, first constable E H 
Barber, selectmen Don Higgin, Wm Field, Horace King 
clergy D D Francis cong ; attorneys John Kellogg, M H 
Smith ; physicians R P Cooley, A H Howard, S S Ran 
som, Seth Ransom ; postmaster C R Walker. 

Brandon — Town clerk Barzilla Davenport, first consta 
ble Philoles Hayden, selectmen C W Conant, Levi Ba- 
con, Justus Hyat ; clergy Willard Kimball bap Ira Ingra- 
ham cong ; attorneys A W Broughton, R V Marsh, Ezra 
June, B Davenport, L. Royce ; physicians Isaac F Mer 
riam, James F Mazuzan, Josiah W Hale, Luke Hale jr 
postmaster W H Keeler. 

Castleton — Town clerk Oliver R Harris, first constable 
Danl W Scovill, selectmen Nehemiah Hart, N N Nor- 
throp, Zimri Howe; clergy Joseph Steele cong Joseph 
Ayres meth ; attorneys S H Merrill, J G Buel, B F 
LangdoD, L M Mason, Zimri Howe ; physicans Theo- 
dore Woodward, Joseph Perkins, J D Woodward; post- 
master Saml Moulton. 

Clarendon — Town clerk T) S Ewing, first conetable 
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Lewis M Walker, selectmen Lenzy Round, John L 
Marsh, Peleg Simonds, Enoch Smiih, Benj Colvin ; cler- 
gy Horatio Flagg cong John Peck bap ; physicians Silas 
Bowen, Jonathan Shaw, Calvin Spencer, Nathan Locke; 
postmasters Caleb Hall, Ruel Parker E Clarendon. 

Chittenden — Town Clerk Moses Randall, first consta- 
ble Geo W Barnard, selectmen Lvman Hitchcock, Wil- 
lard S Harrison, Reuben Harris jr ; clergy Chauncey 
Taylor cong. 

Danby — Town clerk John Vail, first constable David 
Kelley, selectmen David Bartlett, Edward Vail, Timothy 
Reed ; clergy David Poor, Peter Harrower rneth ; attor- 
ney Jona C Dexter; physicians Harris Otis, Abraham 
Locke, Wm B Shaw, Eli Learned, Albert D Robinson ; 
postmaster Adin H Green. 

Fairhaven — Town clerk Benj F Gilbert, first constable 
Hiram Hamilton, selectmen Harvey Howard, Hiram 
Hamilton, Tra Leonard ; clergy Amos Drury cong Coles 
RWilkins meth ; attorney WC Kittridge ; physicians 
Lucius Smith, Spencer Ward ; postmaster Worcester 
Morse. 

Hubbardfon — Town clerk Samuel B Walker 2d. first 
constable Christopher Buzzee, selectmen Perry Dikeman, 

H J Horton, Justus Jennings; clergy Riggs cong 

Huntley bap ; physicians Daniel Robinson, Freder- 
ick Scofield ; postmaster Saml J Payne. 

Ira — Town clerk John Mason, first constable Hiram 
Fish, selectmen Joshua Harrington, Erwin Collins, Par- 
don W Wilkinson ; clergy Joseph Packard bap ; post 
master Merlin Collins. 

Mendon — Town clerk Ira Seward, first constable John 
Griggs, selectmen Saml Colwell, Roswell Gibson, Wm 
Davis; clergy W Witherell meth Amos Roberson bap 
attorney Roswell Gibson, Hilkiah Grant, James K Par- 
sons, Rufus Richardson, Edward Mussey; physician Cy 
rus Edson 

Middletown — Town clerk Eliakim Paul, first constable 
Frederick Kellogg, selectmen Hiram Wait, Roswell Buel. 
Luther Buxton ; clergy Guy C Samson cong Soul- 
lard bap ; attorneys Jonas Clark, Orson Clark; physicians 
Eliakim Paul, Alva Paul. 

Mt Holley — Town clerk Danl Packer, first constable 
Alvah Pierce, selectmen Rufus Crowley, Timothy P Gar- 
jfield, Jacob Stow; clersy Danl Packer bap Jerial An- 



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jdrus meth ; physicians John Crowley, Sylvester Gren* 
jnold, Nelson Coburn ; postmaster Hiram Dickennan. 
i JSlt Tabot — Town clerk Benj Britton, first conslabh 
Benj B Britlon, selectmen Gideon S Tabor, Abraham 
Burton, Dahl B Weston ; clerojy Benj Shaw meth. 
j t>r«?e//-^Tovvn clerk Rosweli Botiiim jr. first conslablt 
iChauncey H Conkey, selectmen Bishop Bottum, R Whit* 
2d, J Gregory ; clergy Henry Morris cong A Angierbap ; 
physicians Joel Barber, Nathan Gale, Earl Cushmaii; 
ipostmasler Ifa Smith 2d. 

I Paxdlett-^Hovfn clerk Elisba Allen, first constable Ira 
Marks^ selectmen Oliver Hanks, James Leach jr. Joshua 

jPotter ; clerg) E W Plumb cong John Alley, Wood- 

Urd bap C Hollistef univ j physicians W B Sargent, Chs 
|Eioughlon,0 D Harman, S Potter; p. master R C Wheeler 
I Pillsjield — Town clerk Levi Rix, first constable Asa 
JGains, selectmen Dan! Ranney, E B Rockwell, Joseph 
'Segar ; clergy J Cummings meth; physician Levi Rix; 
{postmaster Daniel Bowe. 

Piltsford — Town clerk Saml H Kellogg, first constable 
JDeodat Brewster, selectmen Harris Borge, Chester Gran- 
iier, David Richardson; clergy W Child cong; attorneys 
Gordon Newell, John G Newell ; physicians A G Dana, 
P C Barlow, K Winslow, Geo B Armington ; postmaster 
Elijah Brown jr. 

Poultney — Town clerk H G Neal, first constable Har- 
loVv Hosford, selectmen Solomon Giddings, Daiil Dewey, 
Jonas Gibson; clergy S Lyman cong S C Dillaway bap 
\1 Pague meth M Bingham epis ; attorneys Almon War-| 
ner^ E Ward, Jas S Harris ; physicians Adin Kindrick, 
Wm McLeod, E Porter, Albert KendricU, S Brownson ; 
po.'^trrtasters S Mears, Henry Stanley W Poultney. 

Rutland — Town cierk Ambrose L Brown, first constable 
A W Reed, selectmen Nathl A Jones, Danl Kelley, Jasj 
Porter, Stephen Daniels, Rufus Long ; clergy Wm Mitch- 
ell, L L Tilden cong John A Hicks epis S Eastman bapi 
\F W Smith meth; attorneys Moses Strong, Wm Page,! 
'A L Brown, R C Royce, R Pierpoint, R R'^Thrall, Solo-! 
mon Foot, E L Ormsbee, R H Waller, H B Towslee, F; 
W Hopkins, Phineas Smith, M M Strong, Thomas Jj 
Ormsbee; physicians James Porter, James B Porter, Jocr 
iGreen, Horace Green, Jona Cleaveland, Henry Fileh,' 
i(hygean) Jas Ross, (botanical) j postmasters R H Wa!-i 
I'ler. L L Tilden AV Rutland. I| 



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Sherburne — T<<\vn ckrk Noah Johnson, first constable 
jlsaac C Shaw, pfjlectmen Silas Colton, Benj Hutchinson, 
Geo W TophfT; clergy Noah Johnson chris ; postmasten 
Ceplias Wood. ^ j 

ltlkreics7)ury — Town clerk Harry Holden, first consta-| 
ble Otis G Jone.a, selectmen Joha Buckmaster, Z Edson,' 
Joel B Low, S Howard, Jonah Aldrirh; clergy Henry! 
Glfl<jrd nniv ; phy^^cian Alanson Barrows; postmasters; 
S Gleason, Levi Finney Finneysviile. j 

Siidburrj — Town clerk Hiram Warner, first constablej 
tViinf^r Hall jr. selectmen Barnard Ketchnni, S Sanders, A| 
Griffin; cler^v John Thompson cong Ira Bentlymeth;! 
phy>irian Chs W Horton ; postmaster Hiram Warner. | 

Tinmoutk — Town clerk G Capron, first const. E Cram-j 
ton, selectmen N Vi Sawyer, J Cobb, Levi Rice; clergy 
S Y\'illiams cono; ; attorney Ohadiah Noble; physicians 
T Clark, G- M Noble, Nicholas E.ogers ; postmaster Wm; 
Vaughn. 

: TVullingforC — Town clerk Howard Harris, first consta-' 
ble Hosea Eddy, selectmen A Hull, Dennis Hevvlett, Rob 
erson Hall ; cleriiy Stephen JNlartindale cong J Page bap' 
David Poor, Peter Harrower meth Z Boynton, Geo Smith 
rmeth; altorncy? Harvey Button, A L Miner; physi- 
cians John Fox, Wm Fox, David Holden jr; poslmastei 
Seth E LeonaiiK 

Wells — Town clerk Ansel Goodspeed, first constable 
Hiram Hastings, selectmen Joseph Parks, David B Lew- 
'is, John Pray; cl-^rgy John Alley, Shnbael Lamb meth ; 
physician Josepli Munson ; postmaster Levi Lewis. 

We5.' Haven — Town clerk Artemas Wyman, first con- 

1 stable J H "Wyman, selectmen .John Ofensend. Horace 
Adams, Dan Ornics ; clergy R Sawyer bap John A Ave- 
ry cong; physician Harvey Palmer; postmaster Apollos 
Smith." 

ADDISON" COUNTY. 

Addison — Town clerk Lyman Clark, first constablf 
Wheeler French, select men Saml.Ptmd, Heman Convers, 

Gideon Seeger jr ; clergy Burton Carpenter bap 

Williams ccng; physicians Prentiss D Cheney, Isaiahj 
'Morgan; posi masters Asahel Barnes, Gideon Seegerjr. 
I Bridporl — Town clerk Joshua S Strong, first constable! 
'Abel P Skifi"", selectmen Malthew Chambers, Jas Fletch-j 
'er, John Hamilton ; clergy Dana Lamb cong Simon 
iFletcher bap Clark Hudson meth C G Mimger r meth ; 



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attorneys C Solace, M S Cory ; physicians Luther Cory, 
Joel Rice, Martin Gay; posttnaster Danl Miner. 

Bristol — Town clerk Horatio Needham, first constable 
Jas T Bailovv, selectmen S Drake, Henry Soper, E K 

Dunton ; clergy Wm W More c bap Chase meth ; 

attorneys Horatio iNTeedham, S H Holley, P P HoUey, 
— Smith; physicians Orrin Smith, Rufus Gilford; 
postmaster Dai us R Gaige. 

Cornwall — Town clerk Asahel Bingham, first constable! 
Nathan Green, selectmen Jesse Elsworlh, John Sanford,! 
Freeman Eells ; clergy Jedediah Bnshnell cong Anthony 
Case bap; physicians F Ford, O J Eell?, M O Porter'; 
postmaster S Everts. ' 

Ferrisburg — Town clerk T Middlebrook, first consta-' 
ble Lewis Hurlburt, selectmen Z Walker, Henry Rogers, 
Geo Field ; clergy Jo'hi A Dod^e bap; physician Jona: 
Cram; postmaster Stoddard Martin. 

Goshen — Town clerk Nathan Capen, first constable' 
Wm Belknap, selectmen Francis Brown, Saml Toll, Jes- 
se White ; clergy Jas Fearmarj chris ; postmaster Oliver 
Gibson. | 

Hancock — ToAvn clerk Z Barns, first constable Ehud! 
Darling, selectmen Chs Church, Nathan Claflin, Chs Gl 
Robbing ; clergy G Austin meth; physicians Hirarri Mor-[ 
gan, Joseph Billings ; postmaster R Flint. 

Granville — Town c'erk Harvey Shipman, first constable, 
Joseph P Ball, selectmen David Eaton, Harvey Shipman,! 
Solon Clark ; postmaster Thomas King. ! 

Leicester — Town clerk Wm Gile, first constable Jas Si 
Messer, selectmen John Bullock, Joseph A Barker, Sebee' 
Atwood ; clergy A Richards ; physician Wm Gile; post-' 
master Thomas D Withcrell. | 

Lincoln — Town clerk Nathan Johnson, first constable: 
Wrn S Aborn, selectmen John Bu-h, Nathan Johnson,! 
James McLean; clergy Benj Tabor f qua; physicians' 
Luther M Kent, Benj Tabor. 

Middlehury — Town clerk E Brewster, first constable' 
Chester Goodrich, selectmen Nahum Parker, Zacheusj 
Bass, Otis Goodrich ; clergy T A Merrill cong Merrit 
Bates meth ; attorneys D Wooster, Joel Doclittle, Peter 
Starr, Chs Linsley, H Bell, C C Waller, Jed S BushnellJ 
Joseph N Chipman, Edwin Lawrence, Horatio Seymour, 
jO Seymour, E D Barber ; physicians Edward Tudor, Wrn 
lBa?9, Ralph Gowdey, J A Allen, Zacheus Bass, Wm P 



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Russell, Henry B Peabndy, John Marshall, Jas Emery ; 
postmasters C C Waller, Timothy Matthews jr E Middle- 
bury. 

Monkton — Town clerk Ethan Sriiith, first constable Al- 
^on Collins, selectmen Lyman Shiith, A C Dean, R At- 
wood ; clergy M D Miller bap John Croker meth; phy- 
sicians Dan Stoiie, Ira Smith, Geo E Stone; postmaster 
Danl Collins. 

Panton — Town clerk Silas Pdnd, first, constable Au- 
Tust'js S Harris, selectmen John Cbiids, Putnam Bishop, 
Silas Tappan ; cle^gy Jas G Tenbrocke bap j physician 
Morris Smith; postmaster Calvin Hyde. 

Ripton — Town clerk Danl Chipman. first constable 
Harry Downer, selectmen Danl Chipman, Luman Coggs- 
well, Elkanah Woodcock ; postmaster Danl Chipman. 

Salisbury — Town clerk Washington Miller, first con- 
stable Levi Briggs jr. selectmen E N Briggs, Franklin; 
Bump, Truman Titus; clergy Eli Hyde cong Reubenj 
IWescott meth ; attorney E N Briggs ; physicians Wash- 
ington Miller, — — Ranney; postmaster Halrvey Deming* 

Shoreham — Town clerk Levi Birchard, first constable 
iLevi B Harrington, selectmen Silas H Jenison, Kent 
Wright, John T Rich; clergy Josiah F Goodhue cong 
K Haven univ; attorney Udney H Everest; physicians 
N Needham, Erastus E Blin, Wm A Hitchcock, Gordon 
N Chipman ; postmasters Edmdnd B Hill, Waller Chip- 
man Larabees point. 

Starksboro—T oWn clerk W Worth 2d, first constable H 
jP Hall, selectmen Almon Atwood, Theron Downey, L 
Hill ; clergy Joel Battey f qua ; attorney A M Hawkins ; 
postmaster Augustus White. 

Weybridge — Town clerk Elijah G Drake, first consta- 
ble Silas L Sprague, selectmen L Drake, Philo Jewett,' 
Clark Stow jr ; clergy Jona Lee cong J Wright bap Mo- 
ses Sweet chris; physicians Zenas Shaw, Zera Porter; 
postmaster Orange Britell. 

Whiting — Town clerk Hiram Seeley, first constable 
Abel Walker, selectmen Sawyer Walker, Alanson A 
Peck, Benj Casey; physicians Isaac Ives, Hiram Seeley; 
postmaster Simon Taft. 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

Bradford — Town clerk Andrew B Peters, first consta- 
ble Jesse Stoddard jr. selectmen Levi Colby, Amos Farr, 
■John B Corliss ; clergy Geo W Campbell cong Benjamin 



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Hoyt, Joseph Clark meth John Capron chris; physicians 
John Poole, Wm Martin ; postmasters Alfred Corliss, 
Pelitiah Corliss W Bradford. 

Braintree — Town clerk Atnmi Nichols, first constable 
J S Fitts, selectmen Jabez Smith, Augustus Flint, Chris- 
topher Huntington ; clergy Ammi Nichols cong Andrew 
J Copeland meth J Keith chris breth Ellas Cobb chris; 
physicians Saml Craige, Joseph Dubois, P D Bradford . 
postmaster Ira Kidder. 

Brookfield — Town clerk Justus Ed-son, first constablf- 
Elias Smith, selectmen Dan'l Kingsbury, Squire Fuller, 
Noah Paine; clergy Daniel Wilde cong; physicians 
'Danl Washburn, Adoniram Smalley, John B Pride; post- 
masters John Smith, Philip Davis E Brookfield, Wct' 
Blanchard W Brookfield. 

Chelsea— Town clerk J W Smith, first constable H E G 
McLaughlin, selectmen David Goodwin, Asahel Bliss, 
Lement Bacon ; clergy Jas Buckham cal Saml Richard- 
son meth -Smith iiniv; attorneys Thomas Jones, D 

Azro A Buck, Jason Steele, Wyman Spooner, John W 
Smith; physicians Thomas Winslow, John McClure, 
Sylvanus Humphrey, Urbane Lalhrop Thompsonian ; 
'postmaster John Stearns, 

Corinth — Town clerk Saml Haseltine, first constable 
iGeo Sleeper, selectmen Jacob Farr, Thomas Luna, Saml 
Darling; clergy Stiilman Morgan cong Wm Nelson meth 
Nathl Bowls f bap ; attorney Wm Spencer; physicians 
Joshua Tenney, E Smith, Alvah Carpenter; postmas- 
ters Theodore Cook, P S Stearns E Corinth. 

Fairlee — Town clerk Grant Smith, first constable Je- 
rome B Bailey, selectmen Elias Driggs, A H Gilmer, S 
Jenkins ; attorneys Moulton Morey, Saml T Morey ; 
Ipiostmaster Jerome B Bailey. 

J^eicbury — Town clerk Isaac A Bailey, first constable 
Robert Fulton, selectmen Moody Chamberlin, Chs Hale, 
Jas Abbott; clergy Clark Perry cong Saml Kelley meth; 
attorneys Joseph Berry, Abel Underwood, Peter Burbank, 
Farr; physicians John Stevens, W H Carter, Enoch 



Thacher; postmasters Prentiss Knight, Peter Burbank 

Orange — Town clerk Reuben White, first (constable iJ 
F Peabody, selectmen L S Burnhcm, David Holbrook, 

Moses Sargent ; clergy Ezekiel Currier meth Abbottj 

cong; physician E M Bill ; postmaster Orange Fifield. 
Randolph — Town clerk Benj T Blod^ett, first constable 



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iJohn Edson 2d. selectmen Enoch Hebard, B Salisburv'l 
|Cli3 Waldo ; clerg)' E J Boardman, T Eastman, S Hiirl 
hurt cong John T Sabine epis Winsloiv Fish chris 



Knight meth; attorneys Wm Nutting, E Weston, JS 
Washburn, W Hebard; physicians J S Smith, J Edson, 
'Austin Bradford. J R Pernber, Walter Carpentei ; post- 
masters J S Washburn, John Ghdden E Randolph, Benj! 
Jones W Randolph. 

I Strafford — Town clerk Stephen Morrill, firs-t constablei 
Lorin vV Ciark, selectmen John Buriiham, Chase Dow, 
Jas S Moore; clergy Aaron Buzzell f bap Jehial Smith! 
iiniv Harve} F Leavelt cong ; attorney Danl Cobb ; pny-j 
sicians Eleaser Baldwin, A'bigence Pierce, Sbubaei Con-; 
ver^ ; po-rp.&sters Vim Sanborn, Chs Barrett, S Strafford. I 

Thetfori — Town clerk Thos L Gilbert jr. fira't consta-j 
ble Roger R.ansled, selecttnen Htrnan Hosford, Jas D| 
Crocker, J Tyler jr ; clergy A Burton, E G Babcock, Dan; 
Blodget cong J P Huntington bap John Gould, J Jones 
meth ; aitornevs Simeon Short, P Westjr; phvsician?„ 

Nathl White, '- Tyler, H H Niles, L S Tyle'r, S W ' 

Thayer; postmasters Thos Kendrick, M J Walker union 
village, J Welton post mi'ls. 

Topsham — Town clerk Levi Tabor, first constable Jes-^ 
se Putnam, selectmen Jona Jenness, Jas Petrie, Charles} 

Grow; clergy Blood, E Sanborn c b B Abbott cong;; 

attorneys P H Barker, John Buxton jr ; physicians Israel! 

Hinckley, Witherell ; postmasters I Hinckley, Geo 

Jenness W Topsham. i 

Tunbridge — Town clerk Chs B Chandler, first consta-i 
ble Chs M Lamb, selectmen E Hackett, Philip Farnam, 
JohnLougee; clergy David H Williston cong James M 
Fuller meth N King', Geo Hackett, Thos Moxley, Na- 
than Moxley, Noyes, Danl Hopkins f bap; attor-j 

neys Gustavns Rolfe, Newell Ordway ; physician Chs Bj 
Chandler ; poatmaster Chs M Lamb. 

Washington — Town clerk Geo W West, first constable 
John Emory, selectmen Saml Worthly, Philip Sargeant, 
Geo W y/est ; physicians J H Flopster, Levi Burton ; 
postmaster John Stone. 

Williamslown — Town clerk Darius Pride, first consta- 
ble E Graves, selectmen Elisha Gale, Alvin Smith, Asa 
Howe; clergy R B Tucker bap ; attorney Robins Dins 
more; physicians Z P Burnham, P C Bennett; postmas 
ters E Paine, R Ainsworth E Williamstown. 



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CHITTENDEN COUNTY. j 

Bolton — Town clerk Almon Whitcomb, first constable Thom- 
is B Hinkson, selectmen Joseph Morse, Nathl Stockwell, John 
Beede ; postmaster Almon Whitcomb. 

Burlington — No returns. 

Charlotte — Town clerk Saml H Barnes, first constable Bird-; 
sey Newell, selectmen Thomas C Hill, Jeremiah Barton, Oran; 

Hosford : clergy AVm Eaton cong Justus Boyington r meth ' 

Qaubert, Myron Breckenridge meth John A Dodge bap ; physi-' 
cians Joel Stone, J D Farnsworth, John Strong: Luther Stone jr; 
postmaster Wm Noble. 

Colchester — No returns. 

Chittenden — No returns. 

Essex — Town clerk Amasa Bryant, first constable Fletcher 
W Joiner, selectmen Pv-euben Barret, David Kellogg, Johnj 
Tubbs ; clergy Seth Farnsworth cong Chester Ingraham bap 
. Brov/n meth ; attorneys I C Day, D B Webster; physi- 
cians Mason Mead, J W Emery, Marcius Swain, Simon Tubbs, 
B F Warner ; postmaster 1 C Day. 

Hinesburgh-^-T own clerk Erastus Bostwick, first constable 
Hiram Sanford, selectmen Joseph Marsh, John S Patrick, Josi-I 
ah Steele; clerj/v B Kent cong John A Dodge, Danl Bennett' 
bap A C Rice, H Kinsley meth ; attorneys Nahum Peck, J E 
McVene; physicians D Gjodyear, J Worke, T L Beach, G E 
Miles ; postmaster T W Gibt). 

Huntington — Town clerk James Ambler jr. first constable 
John Judson, selectmen James Ambler jr. Jeremiah Remington, 
JohnSiiider; clergy Orange Dike, Josiah Wetherby f bap ; at-| 
torney VVm S Hawkins; physicians Enoch A Smith, Ohs Hi 
Swift : postmaster Alexander Ferguson. I 

Jericho — Town clerk Thomas Reed, first constable Reuben; 
Rockwell, selectmen Erastus Field, Wm A Prentiss, John' 
Smith ; clergy Timothy Spaldmg bap Norris Day univ; attor-i 
neys D A Smalley, M B Minei ; physicians George Howe, Jj 
.Hamilton: postmasters D A Smalley, Jamin Hamilton Jericho! 
Centre. ' 

j JMitton — Town clerk Gidenn Hoxsie, first constable Silas B 
Sibley, selectmen Lemuel B Piatt, Ira Witters, John Hyde; 
clerjjy Saml R Crane epis J C Brvant bap Arunah Lyon, J Ea- 
ton, Hiram Knapp meth Zena^ C Wood univ ; attorneys Boyd 
H Wilson, Proctor Adams, A G Whittemore, Warren Hoxsie,; 
Albert Manson; physicians Benj Fairchilds, Jesse P Carpenter,! 
D H Onion, Calvin Deming ; pjstmasters Lyman Burgess, Cal-j 
vin Deming W Milton. j 

I M^amifield — Nc returns. j 

Richmond — Town clerk Chs Farnsworth/first constable Thad- 
deus Crane, selectmen Nathan Fay, Wm Rhodes, Ransom 
Jones ; clergy Thomas Browning univ ; attorneys Wm P Briggs,! 
Reuben Nims ; physician Seth Col^' ; postmaster A Smith. | 

Skelburn — Town Clerk Levi Cofnstock, first constable Jona 
Lvon, selectmen Elijah Phelps, Lyman Monroe. Hiram Hola-j 



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bird ; clergy N Gage r meth ; physician Joel Fairchild ; post- 
master Garrad But ritt. 

jS^ George — No returns. 

Underhill — No returns. 

TVestford — Town clerk Danforth Wales, first constable Geo 
S Hale, selectmen Saml Thrasher, John Allen, Almon Griffin; 
clergy Simeon Parnielee cong Isaiah Hnntley bap ; physician 
Thomas Wilkinson ; postmaster J Whipple. 

Williston— Town clerk Geo B Manser, first constable A F 
Saxton, selectmen Nathl Stearns, Brigham C Wright, John 
Brown jr; clergy Jona Hurlburt cong Orris Pier meth ; attorneys 
Geo B Manser, David French, Chauncey Brownell ; physicians 
Matthew Cole, Ausalene Bray; postmaster H L Nichols. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Barre — Town clerk Joseph Ripley, First constable Otis Peck; 
selectmen John Thwing, Joseph Wheeten, Jeremiah Ellis ; cler- 
gy John E Palmer univ. Joseph Thatcher cen. Geo Putnam, JncJ 
Wooster mfeth ; attorneys Dennison Smith, Newell Kinsman i 
physicians Rob't Paddock, N W Perry, Lyman Paddock, Seaver 
Chamberlain; postmasters J Hale Barre, A Scott South BarreJ 
Berlin — Town clerk Abel Knapp, first constable Leonard El-I 
is, selectmen E Langdon, Jno Darling, P Perrin ; clergy Jona' 
jKinney con; physicians J Wmslow, O Smith; postmaster I Dewey I 

Calais — Town clerk Gideon Hicks, first constable Ira M'LoudJ 
selectmen Charles Dudley, Alonzo Pierce, Richard W Toby ;! 
clergy Benj Page univ. J L Green new chris ; attorney Shubael 
Wheeler; physicians Chs Clark, Asa George ; postmasters Jon- 
as Hall Calais, Asa Alden East Calais. 

Duxbury — Town clerk Ira Arms, first constable E W CorsSji 
selectmen David Belding, Calvin Huntley, John Towle ; clergy 
Calvin Huntley bap. 

Elmore — Town clerk Martin Elmore, first constable Harry 
Davis, selectmen Jona Bridge, Calvin Smith, J C Bailey; phy- 
sician Joel G Camp ; postmaster Abel Camp. 

FaysLon — Town c'.f-rk Peier Drew, first con?tab!e Orin Wheel- 
er, selectmen Calvin FuUerton, Paul Boyce, Hosea Newcomb ;: 
clergy Lyndon S French con. 

Marshjidd — Town clerk Jacob Putnam, first constable Wm 
Martin, selectmen Josiah HoUister, Ira Smiih, Horace Bliss; 
clergy Hiram D, Hodge calv bap ; physician Asa Phelps; post- 
master Horace Bliss. 

Middlesex — Town clerk Horace Holden, first constable Gide- 
on Hills, selectmen Horace Holden, Rob't McEllory, Dirid 
Hatch; clergy Benj Chatterton f w bap E G Page, Isaiah Em 
erson melh ; physicians Henry Dewey 2d, Jona VVebster ; post- 
master H C Mclntyre. 

Montpelier — Town clerk Lyman Briggs, first constuble Add 
son Peck, selectmen Royal Wheeler, Harry Richardson, George 
Clark ; clergy C Wright. S Kellogg con E Scott meth B H Ful- 
ler, J Wright umv; attorneys Sam'l Prentiss. Nich Baylies. Cy- 
rus Ware, Wm Upham, Timothy Merrill, L B Peck, O H Smith 



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Jeduthan Loomis, Thomas Reed jr. H H Reed, Azel Spalding, 
J Y Vail, C J Keith, D P Thompson, S B Premiss, J P Miller, 
J T Marston, Sam'l A Chandler; physicians Edward Lamb, 
James Spalding, J Y Dewey, D Corliss, N C King, T C Tap- 
lin, Hart Smith ; postmasters G W Hill Montpelier, Merrill 
Williams East Montpelier. 

Moretown— Town clerk, Lester Kingslev, first constable Ira 
Carpenter, selectmen Barnabas Mayo, Elijah Winship, Otis 
Montague ; clergy Henry. C Howe, Martin L Lowell meth. ; 
physicians Stephen Pierce, Lester Kingsley ; postmaster Ira 
Carpenter. 

I Northfteld — Town clerk Elijah Smith jr. first constable Moses 
Robinson, selectmen Jesse Averill, Elijah Burnham, Joel Parker 
jr; clergy Joel Winch, Nathan B Ashcroft, Chas. Cowen, John 
Smith meth. Calvin Granger, Dan'l Parker jr. con. Ophir Ship-j 
man f bap ; attorneys J L Buck, B F Chamberlain; physicians 
Benj Porter, Clifton Clagget, Washington Cochran ; postmaster 
Oliver Averill. 

I Plainfield-^Town clerk James Palmer, first constable Nath')! 
Bancroft, selectmen Jeremy Stone, Justus Kinney, Mark M 
Page, clergy Nathan Stowe meth; attorney S C Eaton ; phys- 
icians Nath'l Bancroft, D Kellogg ; Postmaster Nath'l Bancroft 
I Roxhury — Town clerk Sam'l M Orcutt, first constable Amos 
iWardner, selectmen Sam'l M Orcutt, Nathan Morse, Jno Wal- 
bridgc ; physicians Henry Boyce, Jehial Allen ; postmasters Jno 
M Spalding, Shubael Wales. 

Stow — Town clerk Riverius Camp, first constable Stillman 
Churchill, selectmen Elislia Cady, Nathan Robinson jr. Zebina 
W Bennett ; clergy B B Cutler con Herschel Foster meth; at- 
torneys O W Butler, A C Burk; physicians T B Downer, Jos' 
Robinson, N H Thomas; postmaster Riverius Camp. I 

Waitajield — Town clerk Lewis Holden, first cons' able John S] 
Campbeii, selectmen Jason Carpenter, Lyman Fisk, Roderick 
Richardson jr; clergy Sam'l G Tenney con John Nason meth: 
attoney W.-n M P;n2rv : physi ians Orange Smith, David C 
JoyS'in ; pastjna'iter R Richardson jr. 

JVarren — Town clerk Sylvanus Payne, first constable Pearley: 
D Bagley, selectmen Franklin A Wright, Jos A Curtiss, Moses 
Ordway ; clergy Nath'l W Stearns, meth ; physician Asahel 
KendricJi : postmaster Jos W Eldridge. 

WaUrhury — Town clerk Paul Dillingham jr, first constable 
E S Newcomb, selectmen Paul Dillingham jr, Eliakim Allen, 
Samuel Bryant ; clergy Daniel Warren con, Samuel Lord fw 
bap, John Ide calv bap ; attorneys P Dillingham jr, H F Janes ; 
physicians O W Drevv, C C Arms ; postmaster Luther Cleaves.] 

Worcester — Town clerk Amos Rice, first constable Milton' 
Brown, selectmen Milton Brown, Daniel Adams, Samuel An-j 
drews; physician Tyler Mason ; postmaster Samuel Andrews. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY. | 

Bakersjield — Town cleik Silas B Hazeltine, first constable 
Cbs C Stone, selectmen Silas Potter, Silas B Hazeltine, Nathanll 



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E Fuller ; attorney Wm C Wilson ; physicians Oliver T Hough- 
Ion, Moses Perley ; postmaster C C Stone. i 
I Belvidere — Town clerk Josiah W Potter, first constable Josi-' 
'ah W Potter, selectmen Moses Phelps, Stickney Hodgkms,, Jo-I 
jsiah W Potter. j 
I Berkshire — Town clerk Harvey Clark, first constable Paschal! 
P Leavens, selectmen Asahel Deming, Linus Leavens, Henry' 
FoUett ; clergy E W Kellogg con Louis McDonald epis ; attor- 
ney Joseph Smith ; physicians S S Butler, John S Webster, W 
C Ellsworth ; postmasters John Lewis Berkshire, Amherst Wil-! 
loughby East Berkshire, Brainard Bradley Union. ' 
j Cambridge — Town clerk John A Willey, first constable Enoch' 
Carleton jr. selectmen Martin Reynolds, Silas W Brush, Giles' 
A Barber ; clergy Hiram Gregg union ; attorneys Henry Stow-i 
ell, Nath'l Reed jr. Levi Joslin, Salmon Wires ; physicians Aus-J 
tin H Parsons, Burrill S Miner, Salmon Brush ; postmasters S 
W Brush Cambridge, Nath'l Reed jr Jaffersonville. 
j Enosburgh — No returns. 

I Fairfax — Town clerk Churchill Sampson, first constable Jas 
Bellows, selectmen Jas Farnsvvorth, Joseph Larned jr. Alanson: 
Webster ; clergy Isaiah Huntley bap Moses Parmelee con ; a£-{ 
torneys H E Hubbell, Anson Searle, Aaron S Beeman ; physic-^ 
ians Jas H Farnsworth, Jewet Mann ; postmaster H LovegroveJ 
i Fairfield — Town clerk Joseph Soule, first constable Albert 
G Soule, selectmen Joseph Soule, Joab Smith, Benj Fairbanks I 
clergy Benj Wooster con ; attorneys Joel Barber jr, J Allen! 
Barber, Pallas Phelps ; physicians Rensellaer Soule, Chester W: 
Keves, Michael Hatch; postmaster Bradley Barlow. i 

Fletcher — Town clerk Ehas Blair, first constable Nathan K 
Bingham, selectmen Jona Bailey, Joseph Ellswoith jr, Ephraim 
Wheeler; clergy Ephraim Butler bap; physician Ira Hatch J 
postmaster Elias Blair. 1 

Franklin — Town clerk Philip S Gates, first constable ClarW 
Gates, selectmen Wra Pelton, Zachariah Shedd jr, Hiram Bow^ 
man ; clergy George Stone con. Peter Chase, John SpauldingI 
bap: attorney Jerome J Beardsley ; physicians Zeri CushmanJ 
Lyman Tenney ; postmaster O Kimpton. i 

' Georgia — Town clerk Solomon Blisd, first constable Jas God- 
frey, selectmen Abner Permort, John Town, Asahel Johnson ;' 
clergy Alvah Sabin, N H Downs, Roswell Mars bap Jairus Ea- 
ton meth G W Renslow con; physicians Jona Taylor, Horace 
P Blair, Hercules Washburn ; postmaster Jona Taylor. 

Highgate — No returns. 

Johnson — Town clerk Cornelius Lynde jr. first constable T H 
Patch, selectmen Andrew Dow, Zachariah Whiting, Daniel 
Dodge ; clergy John Scott con Albert Stone, David Boynton cal 
bap ; attorneys Erastus D Hubbell, Levi B Vilas ; physicians 
Seth Clark, John Meigs, Asa Kittridge ; postmaster Cornelius 
Lynde jr. 

Montgomery— Tov/n clerk B W Fuller, first constable H H 
Upham ;^electmen J L Clapp, Henry King, Lemuel Robbins \ 



jclergy A S Ware con ; physicians B W Fuller, Alvin Lusk ;- 
postmaster J L Clapp. I 

Richford — Town clerk John Huse, first constable I G ParkerJ 
selectmen Zopher Fletcher, Jay Powell, Alden Sears; clergy 
Wm Rogers bap. Jay Powell meth ; physician John Huse;! 
postmaster Enoch Carlton. 

1 Sheldon — Town clerk Oliver A Keith, first constable R A 
Shattuck, selectmen James Mason, Alanson Draper, Andrew 
Durkee ; clergy Isaac Hill, L A SanTord meth. Richard Peckj 
epis ; attorneys I W Sheldon, Aucjustus Burt, Josiah Turner jr ;, 
physicians F W Judson, David Grant, John Gallup ; postmas-i 
cers S B Sheldon, Sheldon, D Grant East Sheldon. 

St Albans^Town clerk John Gates jr, first constable Josiah 
Newton, selectmen James Davis, G W Bradford, Samuel Per- 
!-ons ; clergy Worthington Smith con, Geo Allen epis, R M 
Little meth ; attorneys Bates Turner, Asa Aldis, L B Hunt, S 
;S Brown, John Smith, B H Smalley, Henry Adams, H R Beards- 
ley, Orlando Stevens, James Davis, B F Weeks, A O Aldis, Ri 
H Hoyt, David Reed, J G Deavitt ; physicians Chs Hall, J ^ 
Chandler, Amos Pearson ; postmaster S H Barlow. 

Sterling — Town clerk Ephm Eaton, first constable M'Daniel 
jGragg, selectmen A Child, A BaKer, Helton Dillingham; phy- 
sician Richard Estis. 

Swanton — Town clerk Geo Bullard, first constable Bradford 
cott, selectmen Dan'l Bullard. Rufus L Barney, Geo Green ;! 
'clergy E H Dorman con — Richards meth Eli Ballou univ Dan'l 
Sabin bap ; attorneys Geo W Faster, N L Whittemore ; phys- 
iicians H H Bravton, H C AVhitiemore, Lewis Janes ; postmas- 
jters H B Farrar Swanton Falls, Gardner Green PZast Swanton. 

WaterviUe — Town clerk Moses Fisk, first constable Richard 
Bailey, selectmen Jesse C Holmes, Stephen Leach, Ira Olms- 
tead ; clergy E G Page meth ; physician Wm Page ; post- 
master Moses Fisk. 

C-4LED0>'IA COUNTY. 

Barnet — Town clerk John Shaw, first constable James Gilker- 
son, selectmen Wm Stewart, Wm Warden jr. John Bacon ; cler- 
igv Thomas Goodwillie, Jona Merriam bap ; attorney Mordecai 
[Hale ; physicians Jona F Skinner, Socrates Tuttle, J M'Nabb ; 
postmasters H Stevens, Barnet, Levi P Pa"ks, Passumpsick, J 
McNabb, Mclndoes Falls. 

Burke — Town clerk Asahel Burington, first constable John S 
J Bemis, selectmen Elam White, Benj F Belden, Allen Coe ; 
clergy Thomas W Duncan con, Rufus Godding bap. Abel Bay- 
ley f w bap, Romanta Humphrey nielh ; physicians Abel Brown, 
Selim Newell ; postmaster Asahel Burington. 
I Cabot — Town clerk Thomas Osgood jr, first constable S'fcphen 
jHoit, selectmen Leonard Orcutt, JAtkins, Wm Lance; clergy 
James Hobart con, Wm Herrick f w bap ; attorney Harlow 
;P Smith ; physicians Parley Scott, William Pratt, Wm Dodge ; 
postmaster George D Dana. 

Danville — Town clerk Archelaus Sias, first constable Elihu 



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Underwood, selectmen Gideon Colby, Stephen Dole, Asa Moi 
rill 5 clergy D A Jones con J Currier, A Sias, S Siaa, J A Scar 
rett meth J D Newell bap ; attornies Chs Davis, G B Chandler 
Theron Howard, Wni Mattocks, Azor Wetherbee ; physician; 
Eldad Alexander, Sam'l Collins. Benj Damon, Olney Fuller, Ur 
Babbit, John Vance 3d ; postmasters Israel P Dana, Thomas 
Bishop North Danville. 

Groion— Town clerk John Darling jr. first constable Orsqqf 
Ricker, selectmen John Darling jr. Daniel Roberts, Ira Low: 
clergy Sylvester c bap ; altoi ney Thomas Bartlett ; physi- 
cian Horatio W Heath ; postmaster H W Heath. ■ 

Hardwick — Town clerk Timothy P Fuller, first constable W; 
jS Flint, selectmen Isaac Pennock, T P Fuller, E Strong; cler-j 

gy J N Loomis, K Bayley con. J Burnham, Wells chr. ; 

attorneys B N Davis, J R Skinner ; physicians A Smith, N Bi 
Spalding, J H Hyde, T Haines; posimasteis L H Delano, E Hj 
Nichols Lamoille Village. I 

Kirhy — Town clerk James Church, first constable Jeremiah' 
Ingraham, selectmen Otis Joslin, Oren Carpenter, Timo. Lock; 
clergy Luther Wood con. I' 

Lyndon — T'>wn clerk Elias Bemiss jr. first constable Bunker^ 
G Hubbard, selectmen Welcome Bemiss, Paul Houghton, Joseph 
H In gall s ; clergy James Templeton meth. D Q,uim'oy, O Willis 
f w bap. Amos Dodge c bap ; attorneys Isaac Flelcher, George 
C Gaboon, Joseph A Swett ; physicians Hubbard Field, Phine 
as Spalding, Freedom Densmore, Hiram Hoyt ; postinasters J 
A Swett. Lyndon, Elias Bemiss jr Lyndon centre. 

Newark — Town clerk Anu-s Parker, first constable Jason R 
Hall, selectmen Alpheus Stoddard, Amos Parker, Nathl CKib- 
|bey ; clergy Deming Dexter meth. 

1 Peacham — Town clerk Leonard Worcester, first constable S 
Field, selectmen Hazen Merrill, Moses Martin, Lyman Watts ; 
clergy Leonard Worcester cong ; attorneys John Mattocks, C W 
Bloss; physicians Josiah Shedd, ZebinaK Pangborn ; postmas 
ter Joel Walker. 

Rypgate — Town clerk Wm Gray, first constable Harry Moore, 
selectmen John Gibson, Edward Mii'er, A Park ; clergy James 
Milligan, Wm Pringle pres ; physician Eli Perry ; postmaster 
A Harvey. 

Sheffield — Town clerk James Townsend, first constable Geoj 
Gray, selectmen Sewall Bradlcj', Moses Davis, John P Ingalls ;' 
postmaster Harris Smith. | 

I St Johnshury — Town clerk Jerry Dickerman, first constable 
Anson Sanborn, selectmen Calvin Merrill, Abel Button, Ed- 

•mund Hallet ; clergy James Johnson, Josiah Morse cong . 

Sweatland meth ; attorneys Ephraim Paddock, Harrison B, 
Page; physicians Calvin Jewett, Moriil Stevens, Jerry Dicker^ 
man, Carlisle Wheeler; postmasters Moses Kittridge, plain,' 
Calvin Morrill east, Lucius Kimball north. | 

Sutton — Town clerk James B Ashley, first constable Nathl 
Glidden, b.electmen Luther Stoddard, Joseph Webster, Josiah! 



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Willev, clergy Jona Woodman bap J Howe melli David Cross, 
MarkHill f bap; attorney Peter S Wheelock ; physicians Ja- 
cob C Morrill, James B Ashley, Arza L Witt ; postmaster John' 
Beckwith. i 

I Walden — Town clerk Daniel Woosfer, first constable Hiramj 
Perkins, selectmen Wheeten Livingston, Wm Montgomery, Si 
iFarnsworlh ; clergv Edward Kellogg meth ; attorney James 
Bell : postmasters' T W Vincent, L Farrington South Walden. 

Walerford Town clerk Sylvanus Hemingway, first consta-j 

b!e Lyman Buck, selectmen Royal Ross, Zrnas Woods, TimoJ 
Goodell ; clergy Thos Hall con ; attorney J D Stoddard : phy-' 
sicians R F Rowell, Ralph Bugbee, Abner Miles; postmasters: 
E C Parks, Nath'l Bishop Lower Walerford. 
i PF7iee?oc/c— Town c'erk Josiah Lane, first constable Aaroa 
,Melvin jr. selectmen Dan'l Darling, Jona Taylor, Elisha Davisj 
jr ; clergy Shubael Boston, Jona Nelson, fw bap ; attorney Benji 
[Conner,^ physician Frederick* Leavenworth ; postmaster Jeffer-' 
son Gree. 

I Woodbury — Town clerk Asaph Town, first constable Lotherj 
Morse, selectmen Luther Morse, Stephen Chapman, Levi Ball ;| 
'clergy Israel Keith ch ; postmaster John H Fowler. 

I ORLEAffS COUNTY. 

Albany — Town clerk Luther Delano, first constable Joseph B 
Chamberlin, selectmen John Fairman, Perley Hyde, Converse' 
Rowell ; clergy Sam'l Scott meth ; physician Dyar Bill ; post-i 
master Dyar IBill. ' 

I Barton— Town clerk Jno Kimball, first constable G W Kim-: 
ball, selectmen Richard Newton, Harry Baxter, Gilman Gale ;' 
clergy O Pearson con N W Aspinwall moth : attorney John Hr 
Kimball ; physician Frederick W Adams ; postmaster Geo Wi 
Kimball. 

I Brownington — Town clerk Elijah Strong, first constable N S 
Grow, selectmen Gilbert Gros.'', E G Strong, Wm Spencer; cler- 
gy A L Twilisht, E B Baxter con ; physician J R Grow ; post- 
imaster Silds. Brijham. 

Charleston — Town clerk E S AUyn, first constable Alvah Sta-j 
;Cy, selectmen Ebenezer Cole, Andrew Spaulding, Amos Perlin: 
attorneys J M Saunders, David Chadwick : physicians Elijah! 
;Robinson, Andrew Spalding, John Sanborn ; postmasters E S Al-1 
lyn, Ira Parker West Charleston. 'I 

Coventry — Town clerk Isaac Parker, first constable S Sears, 
'selectmen Thos Guild, Philip Flanders, E M Gray ; clergy Ral- 
idin A Watkins con Prosper Davidson bap ; attorneys Chs Story,' 
H M Wead ; physician Sam'l S Kendall ; postmaster Loring' 
Frost. j 

I , Craftsbury — Town clerk Jos Scott jr. first constable Sewell Cj 
Allen, selectmen Jonathan "Houghton, John Chase, Horace Nel-| 
[son ; clergy Dan'l Field meth S M Wilson pres ; attorneys A| 
jYoung, J A Paddock, N S Hill; physician Dan'l Dustin ; post-', 
master W E Paddock. 
' JJerby — Town clerk Benj Hinman, first constable Porter Hin- 



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man, selectmen Chester Carpenter, Nehemiah Colby, Benj Hin- 
man ; clergy James Robertson con Wm M Guilford bap ; attor- 
neys I F Redfield, E G Johnson, D M Camp ; physicians Lem- 
uel Richmond, Azel Holmes, Lewis Patch ; postmaster N Colbv, 
E G Johnson Derby Line. 

Eden — Town clerk Samuel Plumley jr. first constable Wra H 
Isaacs, selectmen Wm C Atwell, Eli Hinds jr. Dan'l Cornish; 
clergy Moses P Clark con ; physician Wm C Atwell ; postmas-l 
ter Edmund Clark. j 

i Glover — Town clerk Chs Hardy, first constable Nathan Nor-| 
[ton, selectmen Solomon Dvvinell, Jos H Dwinell, Thos Baker; 
clergy Reuben Mason con Nathan Scott meih ; physician Dan'l 
Bates ; postmaster Dan Gray. ' 

Greensboro'— Town clerk Ashbel Hale, first constable Jabez 
Pinney, selectmen Sam'i Hill, Geo A Morey, Geo H Page ; cler- 
gy Wra A Chapin con Marvin Grow bap ; attorney S F Taylor : 
physician Edward Clark jr ; postmaster J Pinney. 

Molland— T own clerk Ezra Hlnman, first constable Micah 
Ferrin, selectmen Wm Hall, Ezra Hinman, Joshua French. 

Hydepark— T own clerk David M'Clure, first constable James 
Tobey. selectmen Levi Edgerton, Rob't Campbell, Lucius H 
Noyes ; clergy Jno Graves meth ; attorneys Joshua Sawyer, A 
B Larrabee ; physician Arial Huntoon; postmaster J Tobey. 

Irasburgh— 'Town clerk Thomas Jameson, first constable Jacob 
L French, selectmen M B Kimball, Jno Kellam. Sanvi Conant ; 
clergy B W Smith con Jas Dcv meth Amos Dodge bap: attor-^ 
neys Jesse Cooper, Chs AV Preatiss ; physicians Aaron Pierce, 
Wm Lock, Tristam Clement; postmaster Geo Nye. 

Jay — Town clerk Walter Chalton, first constable Ebenezer 
Sanborn, selectmen Wm Williams, Jos Hadlock, Willard Hoyt. 
I Lowell — Town clerk Abel Curtis, first constable B F Pickett, 
selectmen John Harding, Chs Leland. Calvin W^akefield ; clergy 
Israel D Rust, — - Brown me'h ; physicians Horace Austin, Sil- 
as Lamb; postmaster Abel Curtis. 

Morgan — Town clerk John Barilett, first constable Asa Hov- 
ey, selectmen John Barilett, Sam'i Bartlett, Lorenzo Grow ; cler- 
gy J S Clark con Ezra Sprague meih ; physician L Morgan. 

3Iorristoii-}i-^T own clerk Denison Cooke, first con.-table A1-. 
merin Tinker, selec: men Jos Sears, John Walker, Geo Small ; 
clergy Septimius Robmson con : attorneys S A Wiliard, E L 
Mayo ; physicians Jas Tinker, Horace Powers, D W^ Pumam, 
Almerin Tmker; postmasters S A Willard, Jas Tinker. 

JVeicport^-T own clerk Seymour Lane, first constable I S Scott, 
selectmen Sumner Frost, Jona Frost. Peter Wheelock ; clergy 
Harvey Clark bap ; physician T Giysson ; postmaster S Lane. 

jSa/e/n— Town clerk Sara'l Blake, first constable Noyes Hop- 
kinson, selectmen Moses Pike, Nalh'l Cobb, Jos Morse ; post- 
master Jos Morse. 

" Troy — Town clerk Thadeus Pierce, first constable Curtis El- 
kins, selectmen R Chamberlin, Jos Burnham, E Johnson : clergy 
W Holmes con P Powell bap ; attorneys E H Starkweather, D F 



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Kimball, SamU Sumner, JVl W Flint ; physicians Henry Corey, D 
H Bard ; postmasters Frederick Fuller, H H Wood. 

lV€$tfield>r-Town clerk Henry Richardson, first constable Luke 
Miller, selectmen Luther Page. Chester Coburn, Newton Hitch- 
cock ; clerjfy Jona Sampson con Elisha Brown meih ; physician 
Guv Stoughton ; postmaster H Richardson. j 

lVf!>tmoTe^^l^ returns. 

JVolnoU— Town clerk Porter Crane, first constable G H Whit-I 
ney, selectmen Nath'l Goodridse, Gilbert Noyes, Jacob Daven- 
port ; clergy Calvin Stiles ch T R Rockwell con : attorney Wm 
.WhiinGy^ physician V Meeker; postmaster H N Lathiop. 

ESSEX COUNTY. 

I Sloorn/ieldr—Towu clerk John French, first constable Daniei 
JHolbrook, selectmen Richard Morgan, Martin Erench, Arad 
Silver postmaster Ebenezer Burbank. yj 

) Brighton — Town clerk Oney Aldricli, first constable Timothvjj 
Cory, selectmen Oney Aldrich, Anson Coe, Amos Currier ; at- 
tornjey Asa Bro«'n, physician John Dennis. 

i Bnipiwick — Town clerk David Hyde, first constable Rufus 
|janjk;n, selectmen David Hyde,Isaac RichardsonWm Marshall; 
postmaster Geo Marshal'. 

i Cunaan-T-'V own clerk S W Beech, first constable Elias Fam- 
ham, selectmen Caleb Ingalls, Heman Nichols, Wm Moirill: 
•clergy Caleb Ingalls f w bap ; physician Chs Heaton : postmas- 
^terM Ingham jr. ! 

I Concord — Town clerk Harvey G ^ry, first constable Aldin E 
.Judevine, selectmen David Hebbardjr: Moses Hill, Archibald 
jTaggard; clergy Solon Marli^ cong ; attorney David Hibbard 
jr ; physicians Seneca Sargcant, John Wheeler jr ; postmaster 
jBrigham Pike. i 

I Crra7i/>y.^-To\vn clerk Q.ershain Carpenter, first constable Ger- 
shajn Carpenter, selectmea Joel Basset, Silas Burke, Benj S 
Clark ; clergy lames Tifedale cong. 

j Guildhall- — Town clerk John Dodge, first constable John P, 
;Denison, selectmen J9hn Dodge, Horace Hifbbard. John P Den- 
ison ; clergy James Tisdaje cong Elias McGregory c ba^j Gworse 
;F Wells meth ; attoineys Selh Cushman, John S Wells, S W 
iCooper, James Steele*, physicians Samuel Curtis, John Dewey ; 
postmaster Seth Cushman. • i 

j Lemingtonr-rTotfn elf rk Abdiel Elodgctt, first constable Beach; 
:Blodgett, selectmen Comens Buffington, ArlemasW Buffington,' 
Joseph Sii»s ; postmaster Mills D'Forest;' . i 

Lunenbtirgh~T o\\n clerk Stephen Howes, first constable Goo 
.Gates, selectmen Miicbel Silsby, Willajd King, Gregory E 
jHolmes ; clergy Jeremiah Glines cong Georgje F Wells meth: 
attorney Wm Hey wood • phjsician« Theron Webb, Albert^ 
Winch, E A Egerly ; postmaster Daniel Egerly. 

Maiditoner— Town clerk William Rich, fitst constable Joseph!' 
jGleason, selectmen Rich Stevens, Danl Rich, John C Walker. 

GRAND ISLE COUNTY. i 

AUntrgh — Town clerk Lewis Sowles, first constable Geo W 



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Goodrich, selectmen Wm Brown, Wm Sowles, Nathan Kinsley ;' 
[clergy Stephen Stiles meth: attorneys Giles Harrington, Chasl 
jH Peirigo, Frederick Hazen ; physicians Henry H Reynolds, Ji-I 
!r«h S Berry. Clianncev H Burses?, Selden S Searles ; postmas-l 
Iters Horace LeiHngweli, Wm H Lyman. | 

I Grand Isle—Town clerk G V Edwards, first constable Jabezi 
Ladd, selectmen Saml Adams, Selh Hoag, Hiram Tobias ; clergyi 
Asa Lyon cong John B W Wood mcth ; physician Melvin' 
Barnes ; postmaster Danl Jackaon. | 

i Isle La Molt— Town clerk Ira Kill, first constable Minos Mc-\ 
Robort, selectmen Wm Stephenson, Elihu Hall, Ezra Pike jr:i 
physician Minos McRobert •, postmaster Ira Hill. f 

North Hero— Town clerk Joel Allen, f,rst constable Gary! 
Whitney, selectmen Elihu Parks, Gary Whitney, Lewis Butler;' 
clergy N W Wood meth ; physicians Elijah Haynes, Garyj 
Whitney : postmaster H Wadsworth. 

j South Hero— Town clerk Albert G Butler, first constable Wml 
iM Fletcher, selectmen Calvin Fletcher, Saml Boardman, Danl! 
|M Brown ; clergy Asa Lyon cong Brazen Wood m«th ; attor- 
,neys Hector Adams, Newel! Lyon ; physicrans Albert C Butler, 
Artimas Goodno"w; postmaster Hector Adams. 
IXIU^ The following retvms of Town Officers were not received m 
season to be inserted in their proper places. 

Chittenden Co— Burling ton — Town clerk Chas Rassell, fiistl 
constable Hyman Lane, selectmen Heman Lowrey, Saml Nich- 
ols, Wm A Griswold ; clergy Geo G Ingersoll onit J R Con-! 

verse cong John H Hopkins epis Little meth Chester Ingra-| 

ham bap; attorneys CIir Adams, Heman Allen, Geo P Marsh,| 
Wylys Lyman, I P Richardson, J P Richardson, Jacob Maeck,! 
A W Hyde, Wm A Griswold, John N Pomeroy, Alvan Foole,! 
Henry Leavensworth, Chs Russell, Azel Peck, S M Parsons^; 
Lyman Cummings, Wm Weston, E L B Brooks, Fred G Hill,! 
Ansos Blodset, Carlos Baxter, G B Sawyer, J M Eldridge; 
physicians John Pomeroy, Truman Powell, Joseph Marsh, Thos 

Chamberlin, Robert JMoody, Wm At water, Hosea P Cobb, 

Hamisbird ; postmaster Ephraim Mills. 

Colchexter —Town clerk Joseph E Rhodes, first conatable Chas 
Collins, selectmen Danl P Adams, Saml Smith, Ira Collinis, 

St George — Town clerK Reuben Lcckwood, first constable 
Harris Feris, selectmen Shermen Beach, Reuben LockwoodJ 
Ebenezer Isharn. I 

XJnderhill — Town clerk Leonard Barton, first constable Jo-j 
seph Wells, selectmen John Story, Reuben Parkei- Alpheus Ea-[ 
ton : clergy Phintras Kingsley, cong : attorney Saml N Bascomb,' 
physician Leonard Barton ; postmaster John H Tower. j 

Windham Co — Vernon — Town clerk Cyras Washburrj, first' 
constable Vinal Thayer, selectmen Cyrus Washburn, Joel| 
Pratt, Araj»sa Z T Wright; clergy Timothy F Rogers unit;! 
physician Cyrus Washburn ; postmaster Marshall Whhhead. I 
! Cuilford — Town clerk Ward Bullock, first constable Hiramj 
Hart, selectmen Isaac Brown, Abel Wealherhead Otis Shepard-j 



99 



f ^ 

ison ; clergy Asa Haynes meth Jacob Pierson e|)is Currin Bugoee 
univ Mansfield Bruce bap: attorney John Phel^ts; phys'cia.is 
Benj W Stevens, Abel Whitney ; postmasters Elihu Fie'.d, Ed- 
ward Houghton jr G centre. 

TVashington Co—Montpelier—3 TVnght, Benj Thomsofl, Bo- 
tanical physicians. 

O. leans County— Derby— John H Prentiss, Attorney. 



CIVIL eOVERNMEXT OF VERMONT FOR THE YEAR 1836. 

SILASlT JENNISON, 

LT. GOVERNOR, Shoreham. 
COUNCILLORS. 
Hon. John S, Pettibone, Bennington Co. 
David Crawford, Windham. 

Thomas D. Kammon'd, RiUlanJ. 
Allen Wardner, Windsor. 

Harvey Bell, Addison. 

Martjn Flint, Orange. 

George P. Marsh, Chittenden. 

Milton Bbown, Wus'iinglon. 

Walter Harvey, Caleuonia. 

George Green, Franklin. 

E. H. Starkweather, Orleans. 
Richardson Graves, Essex. 
Geo. B. ZvIanser, Esq. Secretary to tlic Governor 

and Council, Williston. 



Augustine Clark. Treasurer, Monfpelier. 

Timothy Merrill, Secretary of Stale, Montpelier. 

Uavid Pierce, Auditor, Woodstock. 

Charles Davis, Auditor in the Treasury Dep. Danville. 

E. N. Briggs, Salisbury, Speaker. 

O. H. Smith, Montpelier, Clerk, pro tern. 

D, P. Thompson, Montpelier, Engrossing Clerk. 



BENNINGTON COUNTY. 






Members. 


Pop. 


Gr. List. 


Galen Canfield 


1207 


13890 


Jedediah Dewey 


3419 


34486 


Paddock Gray 


1507 


10725 


Asa G Hewes 


52 


166 


Amoir Benson 


385 


1975 


Aaron Baker 


1525 


20739 


John Mooar 


1835 


11732 





100 






j Towns. 


Members. 


Pop. 


Gr. List-! 


■Peril 


Benjamin Barnard jr 


455 


268£i 


'.Readsboro'' 


William Strafford 


6G2 


28171 


Rupert 


Simeon Rising Jr 


1318 


1512cj 


Sandgate 


Theodore Sanderson 


933 


7554 


Searsburg 


John Knapp 


40 


4U-.| 


Shoflsbury 


not rep. 


2143 


19.301 


Stamford 


Alanson Cowles 


563 


27S0 


Siniderland 


Ethan Bradlry 


463 


3677 


Win hall 


Nathaniel Mellen 


571 


216£- 


Woodford 


Josf [ih Knapp 


395 


16U 

ij 


17470 


$I5166£'I 




WINDHAM COrXTY. 






Acton 


Nathan Fi-her 


176 


1215 


Athens 


Lyman Alexander 


415 


27 1 2} 


Brookline 


. Ephraim H Mason 


376 


21761 


Brattleboro' 


Asa Keyes 


2141 


25S83| 


Dover 


David Dexter 


831 


5954' 


Dummerston 


Asa Knight 


1592 


9187! 


Grafton 


John Gibson 


1439 


975'2i 


Guilford 


Ward Bnllock 


1760 


12706; 


Halifax 


Benjamin Woodard 


1562 


8885: 


Jamaica 


Timothy Goodale 


1523 


7944 


Londonderry 


Lem'l Pierce 


1302 


5605 


Marlborough 


Cotton Mather 


1218 


6741 


JsTewfine 


Rosweil M Field 


1441 


11495 


Putney 


Alexander Campbell 


1510 


10958 


Rockingham 


William Henry 


2272 


22302 


Somerset 


Ephraim Rice 


245 


1453i 


Stratton 


Benjamin Thatcher 


312 


1176 


Townshend 


Chapin Howard 


13S6 


10176 


Vernon 


Eli Lee 


681 


4690 


Wardsboro^ 


not rep. 


1148 


7890 


Westminster 


not rep. 


1737 


16380 


Whitingham 


Obed Foster 


1477 


10127 


Wilmington 


Charles K Field 


1367 


8964 


Windham 


Levi Kimball 


847 


4668 


28748 


$209O5£ 




RUTLAND COUNTY. 






Benson 


Rowland P. Cooley 


1493 


13758 


Brandon 


Chauncey W Conant 


1940 


15389 


Castleton 


John Meachain 


1783 


15775 



1 


Idl 




\ 


i Towns. 


Members. 


Pop. 


Gr. Lisl.l 


^Clarendon 


Chapman Giddings 


1585 


14443: 


iChitlenden 


Thomas J Leonard 


610 


4379J 


\Danby 


Daniel Burtlctt 


1362 


14025; 


•Fair haven 


Barnabas Ellis 


675 


5350 


\Hnbbardto7i 


David Barber 


865 


6239 


Ira 


Pardon W Wilkinson 


442 


39671 


'Mendon 


Timothy Gibson 


432 


1370 


\Middletown 


Orson Claik 


319 


8060 


Mount Holly 


David French 


1318 


8^125; 


Mount Tabor 


not rep. 


210 


1195^ 

221971 


One ell 


Linus Wilcox 


1598 


Paiolet 


Sheldon Edgerton 


1965 


17706 


Pittsjield 


EleazerB Rockv/ell 


505 


299(^ 


Pittsford 


German F Hendee 


2005 


1832^ 


Poultney 


Almon Warner 


1909 


18293; 


Rutland 


Ambrose L Brown 


2753 


28282 


Sherburne 


Silas Colton 


452 


1650| 


Shrewsbury 


Harry Holden 


1289 


90721 


Sudbury 


James K Hyde 


812 


6602 


Tinmouth 


Eliada Cramton 


1049 


75791 


iWallingford 


Amos Bucklin 


1740 


146071 


\Wells 


Joseph Park 


880 


5552; 


\Westhaven 


John Offensend 


724 


.5481; 

1 


31295 


§270420 




WINDSOR COUNTY. 






Andover 


Joel Balch 


975 


5469 


Baltimore 


not rep. 


179 


14951 


Barnard 


Lorenzo Richmond 


1881 


13379 


Bethel 


John Woodbury 


1607 


13354! 


Bridgewater 


Lyman Raymond 


1311 


94151 


\Cavendish 


Samuel Adams 


1498 


1453/1 


Chester 


Dearborn S Hilton 


2320 


21913; 


^Hartford 


Andrew Tracy 


2044 


19430 


\Hartland 


John S Marcy 


2503 


2324^ 


\Ludlow 


Sewall Fullam Jr 


1227 


9385 


\J^''orwich 


Cyrus Pajtridge 


2316 


17648 


Plymouth 


John S Fullerton 


1237 


7006 


\Pomfret 


Isaiah Tinkham Jr 


1867 


13196 


[Reading 


Shubael C Shecd 


1409 


12825 


[Rochester 


John Trask 


1392 


9469 


Royalton 


Oramel Sawyer 


1893 


15094 


\ Sharon 


John Baidtvin 


1459 


12237( 





102 




Grr. List.i 


Towns. 


Members* 


Pop. 


Springfield 


Abner Field 


2749 


2170G; 


Stockb ridge 


William A Millett 


1333 


79141 


Weathersfidd 


Barnabas Dean 


2213 


21137] 


\V/eslon 


Asa B. Foster 


972 


5J24I 


Windsor 


Carlos Coolidge 


3134 


33947! 


Woodstock 


Lysander Raymond 


3044 


3117S| 


40623 


$340115 




ADDISON COUNTT. 






Addison 


Heman Converse 


1306 


13559 


Jivery's Gore 


not rep. 


33 




Bridport 


Seneca Austin 


1774 


17074 


Bristol 


Horatio Needham 


1247 


631S 


Cornwall 


Asabel Bingham 


1264 


120631 


Ferrisburg 


Zuriel Walker 


1822 


14413 


Goshen 


Nathan Capen 


555 


2674 


Granville 


Solon Clark 


403 


2081 


Hancock 


Charles G Bobbins 


472 


2560! 


Leicester 


William Guile 


638 


4634! 


Lincoln 


John Bush 


639 


3633 


Middlebxiry 


Elisha Brewster 


3468 


24608, 


Monkton 


Milo W. Kinsley 


1384 


9088t 


JsTew-Haven 


Adin Hall 


1834 


15327 


Panton 


Putnam Bishop 


605 


5734 


Ripton 


not rep. 


278 


nil 


Salisbury 


Ebenezer N. Brings 


907 


6947 


Shortham 


Isaac Chipman 


2137 


2169S 


Starksboro^ 


William Worth 2d 


1342 


5753| 


Vcrgennes 


Jahaze! Sherman 


999 


8102: 


Wallham 


Josiah Bailey 


330 


3133' 


Weybridge 


Benjamin Wales 


850 


662-2| 


Wkilijtg 


not rep. 


653 


6776 


24940 


$193898 




ORANGE COUNTY. 






Bradford 


Arnd Stebbms 


1507 


13015 


Braintree 


Nathan Harvvood 


1209 


6977 


■ Brookfield 
iChelsea 


Justus Edson 
D. Azro A BiJck 


1677 


11710 


1958 


15690] 


Corinth 


William Spencer 


1953 


15811 


Fai.lee 


Stephen Jenkins 


656 


374S 


iJ^'^ewbiiry 


not rep. 


2252 


1916SJ 


I Orange 


Luther S Burnham 


1016 


474q 





103 




■ ■' j 


Towns. 


Members. 


Pop. 


Gr. List.i 


Randolph. 


William Hebaid 


2743 


228671 


Strafford 


Albigence Pierce 


1935 


14365i 


Tlietford 


Lyman Fitch 


2113 


14166: 


Tops ham 


Samiiftl Batchtlder 


1384 


913 ii 


Taiib ridge 


Ebenezer Hackett 


1920 


1495c; 


Vers hire 


Stephen F Spencer 


1260 


8516! 


Washington 


William Huntington 


1374 


8041; 


West Falrlee 


not rep. 


841 


648-1; 


Williams toicn 


William S Beckett 


1487 


1 200^:1 

i 


27285 


$2014o7| 




CHITTENDEN COUNTY. 




Bolton 


Samuel B Kennedy 


452 


163d 


Burlington 


Nathan B Haswell 


3526 


33370^ 


Charlotte 


Noble Lovely 


1702 


1503e:| 


Colchesttr 


Thomas Brownell 


1489 


726C1 


Essex 


Thaddeus R Fletcher 


1S64 


90671 


Hinesburg 


Nathaniel Miles 


1669 


1066-1 


Huntington 


Benjamin Allen 


929 


461 Ci 


Jericho 


Erast'js Field 


1654 


983 Gj 


Milton 


Arthur Hunting 


2100 


14540} 


Mansfield 


Ivory Luce 


279 


1013 


Richmond 


John Fay 


1109 


6702 


Shelburne 


Horace Saxton 


1123 


1057Si 


St. George 


Sherman Beach 


135 


947 

439S 


Underhill 


William Barney 


1052 


Westford 


John Allen 


1290 


6061 


Wiili»ton 


Nathan Stearns 


1608 
21775 


13070 


$148795 


j 


WASHINGTON COtTNTT. 






\Barre 


John Thwing 


2012 


13964 


'Berlin 


Orren Smith 


1664 


lOSOSi 
7916 


Calais 


Pliny Curtiss 


1539 


Dux bury 


Horace Atkins 


652 


3070 


Elmore 


not rep. 


442 


1985 


Fayston 


Orin Wheeler 


458 


1956 


Marskfield 


William Martin 


1271 


6I1S 


Middlesex 


John Vincent 


1156 


7322 


Montpelier 


William Billings 


2985 


24757 


IMoretown 


William Harris " 


816 


40981 


iVorthfield 


Moses Robinson 


1412 


8928; 


Pln'm^Ad 


Baxter Bancrott 


874 


5267! 



.1 . II : rlli 


104 






Towns. 


Members. 


Pop. 


Gr. List.! 


1 Roxbicry 


Nathan Morse 


737 


3306 


Stow.e 


Joseph H Bennett 


1570 


9009 


Waitsfield 


Jason Carpenter 


958 


7948 


'Warren 


Artemus Cushman 


766 


4366' 


\ Waterbury 


not rep. 


1850 


10132 


Worcester 


Joel Newtdn 


432 


?027 




21394 


0133049 




CALKDO'XiA COUNTf. 






Barnet 


Hugh Somers 


1764 


14985 


' BradUyvale 


not rep. 


21 




I Burke 


Benjamin F Belderl 


866 


5696' 


\ Cabot 


Oliver A Watner 


1304 


8157 


t Danville 


Lewis Fisher 


2631 


24290 


Croton 


Isaac N Hall 


836 


4491 


j Hard wick 


IsaacJ Pen nock Jr 


1216 


8149 


1 Harris'' Gore 


not I'ep. 


19 




Kirby 


Oren Carpenter 


401 


•2540 


Lyndon 


Georg'e C Cahoorl 


1822 


12542 


Jsi'twark 


Alpheus Stoddard 


257 


1413 


Pcackam 


Alansbn Stevens 


1351 


14166; 


■Ryegate 


Robert Whitela«' 


1119 


7287 


■■'Sheffield 

\St. Johnsbury 

\Sutton 


Scwall Bradley 


720 


34f2 


David Qoss Jr 


1592 


14434; 


Martin Wdy 


1003 


6057, 


JValden 


Whcaton LivlngStori 


827 


544^' 


[Waterford 


Sylvanus Hemingway 


1358 


1036i2' 


Wheelock 


Benjamin Conner 


834 


3293 


\Woodbur\j 


Luther Morse 


824 


2403; 


20967 


S148S93: 




JFRANKLlN bOUNTYi 






Avery'^s Gork 


not rep. 


22 


1 


\Bakersfield 


Azariah Corse 


1087 


6562: 


Belvidere 


not rep. 


185 


588, 


Berkshire 


Milchel Stone 


1308 


6076; 


^ Cambridge 


Harry Reynolds 


1613 


105281 


[Enosburgh 


Horace Eaton 


1560 


7010'. 


.Fair J ax 


Alanson Webster 


1729 


86241 


Faifield 


Joseph Soule 


2270 


1028l' 


Fletcher 


Guy Kinsley 


793 


3099* 


Franklin 


Elisha Bascorn 


1129 


5876; 


[Georgia 


Alvah Sahin 


1897 


14362 



1 


105 


Pop. 


1 


1 Towns, 


Members. 


Gr. Lipf. 


.H-:rhgcUe 


"Chirits H. JepTiison 


2338 


11042 


1 J C5 

[Joknsci 


jyioi:i;s Morse Jr. 


1079 


650/;! 


'J\lo7tt'j:omery 


E,iciiard Snruth Jr. 


460 


245d 


'Rickford ' 


John xl'ise 


704 


2433 


^Sheldon 


Joshua W Sheldon 


1427 


S423 


St Moans 


John Smith 


2395 


18^75 


iSivanton 


FradforJ Scott 


2158 


11112! 


'■Slerling 


not icp. 


183 


icoal 


■WoAerville 

1 


Jeste C Holmes 


488 


2264 


24525 


$137417 




ORLEANS COUNTY. 






^ilbany 


Rufns B. Fiovey 


683 


3244 


i'Barton 


Richard Newts^n 


729 


5085| 


Browningtok 


Gilbert Gross 


412 


2407 


Charle^to7i 


Ebenezer Cole 


564 


2852 


\ Coventry 


Holland Thresher 


728 


4161 


'Coventry Gore 


no'- rep. 


6 




j Craftsbury 


Joseph Scott jr. 


982 


6212 


Derby 


David M Camp 


1469 


8678 


Eden 


Walter Wheelock 


461 


2551 


JGZorcr 


Charles Hardy 


902 


3866 


iGreensboro^ 


Stephen Sherman 


784 


4348 


\HoUand 


not rep. 


422 


1633 


\Hydepark 


Joshua Sawyer 


823 


4109 


^Jrasburgh 


Ira H Allen 


860 


4738 


>Jay 


n<jt rep. 


198 


780 


Lowell 


not rep. 


314 


1407 


Morgan 


Shubael Farr 


331 


1554 


iMorrisloxon 


David P Noyes 


1315 


8267 


■J^ewport 


Jonathan Frost 


284 


1119 


\Salem 


not rep. 


230 


913 


\Troy 


Ctirtiss Phelps 


608 


2938 


IWestfield 


riot rep. 


353 


1565 


Wolcott 


Nathaniel Jones 


492 


2795 


Westmore 


John C Page 


32 


134 


13980 


JJ75336 




ESSEX coukVT. 






Averill 


not rep. 


1 




Bloomfield 


not rep. 


150 


730 


Brunswick 


Thomas G French 


16 


876 


Brighton 


Timothv Corev 


105 


375 



K^ 



Towns. 

Canaan 

Concord 

Easthavcn 

Grunby 

Gxiildkcll 

Lemington 

Lunenbvrg 

Maid.ito7ie 

Victory 

Wtnlock 



\\./ilhurgh 
'\C> a:\ilsh 
'.Isle La Mott 
LKorlil Hero 
\Souih Hero 



106 

Members. 
Williatn Morrill 
Archibald Taggard 
not rep. 
not rep. 

ReuoL-n W Freeman 
not rep. 
Stephen Howo 
Giislavus A Hall 
not rep. 
not re(). 



aB-AXDISLE COUNTT, 

Jolin M Sovvk'3 
Sariiael ^Atluios 
Mii.us.Al'Roberts 
Bfciijami 1 Biiiler 
Saaiuel Boardman 



Pop. Gr. List 



373 


1864 


1031 


6457 


33 




97 


520 


481 


4094 


183 


1078 


1054 


577-1 


236 


1474 


53 




24 




3S81 


$23216 


1239 


749S; 


6 IS 


5&&i| 


459 


ISo'^fi 


G38 


39 if! 


717 


78/0' 



Population of the state, J 830, 



36;^0 $2.'U5? 
280,679 



Alvan Cart';r, Shsriff. 
E. P. Walton, jr. Reporter. 
Isaac Rik^r, Doorkeeper. 
Cou'ilaiid B. SiubhiMS, Jlessenger. 
E. R, JewLtt, ) Offi-cers of 

George \y. Barker, J the 

WmTBuinham ) House, 
Henian Carpenter. Librarian. 

JUDICIAL. 

The judiciary powers of the state are vested ill a Supreme 
Court, consisting' of five justices chosen every year, by the le- 
gislature •, a County Court, consisting of three jusiices, the cfiief 
justice being one of the justices of the Supreme Court, chisen in' 
the same manner, who hold courts twice a year m their respec-j 
live counties ; and justices of the peace, appointed in the same 

imanner. 

SUPREME COURT. 
CHARLES K. WILLIAMS, Chief Justice. 
STEPHEN ROYCE, Jr. \ 
SAMUEL S. PHELPS, ( a,^„„„, Tu,ti^^, 
JACOB COLLAMER, l Assistant Justices. 

ISAAC F. REDFIELD, ) 



107 



BENNINGTOX COUNTY. 

Nathan Burton, ) . . . , t .• 
T TVT t Assistant JusUces. 

Luman JNorion, ) 

Samuel Canfield, Sheriff. 
Noah Landon, Bailiff. 
Leonard Sargeanr, Stale's Attorney. 
John S Petiibone, Judge of Probate for the district c' 

Manchester. 
Aaron Robinson, Judge of Probate for the district of Ben 

nington. 
(Chauncey Tryon^ Hiram S Walker, Hosea William;^ 

jail commissioners, for jail at Manchester. 
Jonathan Hunt, O C Merrill, E D Hubbell, jail commis- 
sioners lor jail at Bennington. 

Samuel Jaquilh, In&peclor of Hops. 
Justices of the Peace. 
Jlrlingion — Sylve5tci Deming, Reuben Barney, Julin : 
Bebee, Samuel VVilmol, NcUoii Hawlcy, Samuel Buck 
JAsahel Hurd. 

Bennington — William Henry, Uriah Edgerton, Orsii- 
.nus C Mi'rnil, John Vanderspeigle, Samuel H Blackim i , 
jAustin Harimm, jr. Benry Robinson, Al?un Squires, Jot , 
iValontiue, J.vseph Slariii, Lyman BlacUmer, Edward a 
KVellinj^, Anson Wood, Calvin Gilson, Gay R Sanlorc; 
Joseph N Hinsdale, Jolm S Robinaon, Jolm Hicks, Gl< 
Brig^s, Jonnlhan Rouse, John Noiton, William Bur; 
'James Hnbbcll, Hn-am Haraood, Henry Haiwood, Wu 
,S Soiiltivvortli, Lniiier Park, Jacob Lyon, OiisDiakt. 
'Asa Duty, Green Bliickmer. 

' Dorset — Win S Martindale, Zalman Barnum, Raymn-u '. 

]Paddo<.k, Heman Moroe, Benjamin Amc-s. Royal Sai ' 

jcant. i 

I G/itsfenftwrv— Elijah Hews jr. L>;aac Matteson, Jerem'-' 

ii ih M C Donalds, Edward Adam?. j 

I Landgrave — Gideon Davi?, David F Wiley, Amoii 

iBeurfon. i 

Manchester — John M Harris, James Wheaten, Milo LJ 

Bennett, Reuben H Blackmer, Loring Dean, Azel Morse.' 

Vlyron Clark, Peter Dudley jr. i 

Peru — Samuel Stone, Israel Batche^der, Russcl Tufhili 

Pownal — Josiah V\^right, Heman Scrant-cwi, Mosc;- 

Whipple, Nathan Varin, B E Brownell, Benj St-evens 

Thomas B Parker, Benj F Morgan, Sebastian Wflwar., 

|Jus8i)h Mvf-rs jr. Elijah Barbpr, Ebpr Dunham. Davi'i I,. 



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.uc.iin, I^ddv Pcrkm.-", LetnucI i>ior-aij, J(j3:uii Baled, 
uiiiuel VV'ri;^hr. 

lietidshvro^ — Richard Curp! nter, Calvi-j W Baker, Ja- 
i:i iri.tRa, Waters viilici, Tiinur.'iv Fulilr, JN'iiihl JBui- 
jiocU, Thoina"! C.inady, I3aiii<jl F Carpenter, Culvin rick- 
I |c;--oii, Joliii Hicks. 

Kujurl — David Sheldon, Henry Shelrlon, John Moore' 
u Is.iaf; Shcrinad, Joseph Purkor, yimoon Kitiu;^ jr. 
{j iSandgaU — Thomas Peck, Waller Randall, Ciiaries 
iSayres, Horace Hiiro, Hurry Hurd. 

j tihaJtsbiiry-thrdHi Barton, Nahuni Wheelock, Lyninn 
IVV Monrue, Asher Graves, Malichi Cox, Samuel Atnes, 
[Hiram iVlattesot), George R Draper, A noma? xMatfeson, 
Aaron Deiiio jr. Jonalhiui Houghton jr. Samuel D Mil- 
li:)ijl(jn, Jared Hayward, Jonas Galiisha 2d. Dnvid Hojt, 
i;Lalhroi> Elvvell, Philorinon Bales, Josi»c ^lacktner, Joiin 
is Cory, Jerenjjah Mattespn. 

b! Searsburgh — Joseph Eames, Oliver Presson, Joseph 
|Crasier, John Knapp, . I 

5; Stamjord — Olis Philips, I^euben Smith, Stephen C Mil-- 
J lard, Elisha Lake, Calvin Satnpson, Ebenezer Pratt. ■ 

Sunderland — James A Graves, Joel Konney, Ira Mc- 
Laughlin, James Blake, Johi. H Sanderson, Win Lan- 
don, Zenas Warner. 

1'VinhuU — Silas Glcason, Nathaniel Mellen. 
Woodford— J abcz Knapp, Wm Weed, t)ickerman A 
Rider, Samuel Plumb, Ruel Knapp, Noa'i S Bigelow, Jo- 
t-iah Culler jr. Joseph Knapp, Phinehas Bowles. 

1VINDHAM COUNTT. 

James L Stark, ) Assistant Justibea. 
Peter R 1 alt, ) 

Henry Srriith, Sheriff 
William R Sbafter, Bailiff 
Roswell M Field, State'd Attorney. 
A?a Knight, Judge of Probate for the district of Marlboro'. 
Alexander S Campbell, Judge of Probate for the disilrici 

of Westminster, . 

Henry, Wheelock, Walter Eager, Marshall Miller, jail 
commissioner?. 

Abel HubbaniJ, iTispecfor of Ho^f. 

Justices of the Peace _., 

^3thens — Daniel Fuller) Timothy H Whitney, Abraham 
Ball, J"oseph Tinkham, Micah Davis, Thaddeus Alexan- 
|d<r, Lyman Alexandpc. ..^ , -. - i 



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^icCuh — oDciieior tiuiiliui^luM, Leiiiutl i^uivvcli, x\uiiiaii| 

Brocktiiic — EpJirairn Faik, Wm PeiTy, Bcnj Orinibce,| 
Anlh.);iy Ivtubou, Hiram Whifnev, Tijoinas Crane. | 

i Bruttltboio' — Lermiui AVliitmiy, .Saniuc-l Eilioi, Francis'j 
Guodliue, St.;pli.;;i Grc-eiileaf, Ht^nry Clark, iiarrinel Root,'! 
'Joseph Goodniie, Edwaid Woodiua.i, joituihan D Brud- 
il<'.v, Levi Stoddard, Isaac Pluminer, RdTus Cidik, Paul! 
;Chasr!, Asju K'iyep, Willard Anns, Lafayelte Clark, Ros-: 
;\Vfjll Guodiioii^hj Govcrneur AJorrif, Ijatnuel Earie jr. ' 
I Dover — Ebeiicser Joiies, David Burr, Aaron P Perry, 
Asaplj Haskin^i Jarnes Miner, Lyrnan Howe, Labaii 
Jones, Ebenczer Copeland, David Dexler jr. Wni H 
Jones. 

Dummerston — Marshall Aliller, Joseph Duncan, Asa 
Boydcn, Samuel, Kni-hl, Josialt Taft, Joseph Dix, Rufup 
Moor, Joel Charidlcr, Asa Duiton jr. John Clark, Enos> 
Leonard, David Bernis, Asu Knight. ! 

j Gra/2o>i-^Thaddeu8 Taylor, Peter W Dean, Hubbard; 
Eastman, David L Putnam, Aml)rose Burgess, Benj H' 
Bridgeman, Asher Putnam, Benj Dwinnell, John Gibson j 
Joel Whipple, Joseph Busvvell. 'j 

Guilford — Samuel Sikes, John Phelps. Arad Burnett,! 
'James I^oyes, SamI Cutting, Cyrus Carpenter, Barnard] 
jLynde, Ward Bullock. 

Halifax — Isaac Warder, Elisha Hagar, Azariah Hall, 
Ru(us K Henry, Amos Tucker, Park Williams, Sanford, 
Plumb. 

Jamaica — Nathaniel RoBbins, Peter R Taft, Nathaniel 
Cheney jr. Alphcus Kellogg, James Brown. Ziba Chapin, 
Hanimoiid Livermore, Samuel Barry, John Kellogg, Tim 
olhy Goodell. 

Marlboro^ — Hubbard H Winchester, Osliea Smith, Sim- 
!eon Adams, Jesse Cone, Phinehas Malhei- jr. Ebenezcr 
Tucker, Nahum Houghton 2d 

Londonderry — Samuel Arnold, Luther Stowell, , Tyler] 
Tinkham, Elisha While, Thomas S Vail, Jairus B Col 
lins, Simeon Parker, Abial Whitman jr. Barnet Wait jr. 

^ewfane — SylvaniiS Sherwin, Wm H Williams, Joseph 
Ellis, Henry Wheelock, Ebenczer Moree, Sir Isaac New- 
ton, Roswcll M Fifel'd. 

Putney — Phineas White, James Crawford, John Smith, 
Cphraim Brown, Horace Bliss, DaVid Foster, Joseph T 



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jRauvvu^, Isiacl ivtyes, Tiuiolhy Uoderwood, Alexander 
iCampbell, Samuel Wheat. 

Rockingham — Artemas Robbins, Alexander S Camp- 
bell, Ezekiel Weston, Henry Lake jr. "VVm Thayer, Du-j 
vid Chandler, Horace Baxter, Elias Pulsipher, Solomon] 
Wright jr John H Campbell, Win Henry, Ethan B Webb,! 
Siijah Jortes, Ebeneaer Locke, Hiram Davis, Kindall P 
Barry, Pet'erWillard. 

! Somerstt — Nicholas Lucking^ton, Hazelton Rice, Isaac 
!N Pike, Jared Lillee, Joiialhaa Pike, Epraim Rice. 
j Slratton — Richard Scult, Noah Hiil, Bertj Thatcher. 

Townshend — \V R Sliufter, Jos Tyler, Arad Holbrook. 

JDanii Bailey, Lucius Dyer, Barnard Salisbury, JoelCham- 

b>;rlain, John Blanden jr. Wuitstill R Ranney, Jaujc- 

Tagst'i'fi Samuel Gray, Abitl Stoddard, Oliver William- 

) 1 jr. Chapin Howard, Charles Phelps, Zadock Sawyer. 

ili'^rwi'i Giay. 

Ver)wn — Cyrus Washburn, Je^se Lee, Sumner Titu?. 
Fob « Si':b!)i !>;, Josiah V/ Johnson, Lbenezer Howe jv. 
N'utiiuii Wood, Emrs Cook. 
'Wind'iam. — Jolin Woodburn, Timothy Burton, Nilcs 
Vldrich, Win Harrini, Jam'^s "White, Harvey Burnap. 
Saninel Stoddard, Ez a Pierce,' Levi Kimbail. 

Westminster — Eileiy Albee, Josiah Willard, James Tit- 
comb, Jose()h Raniioy, Edward R Giunpbell, S Tuthill. 

IVardsboro'^-Aso. V/heelock, Pearley Fairbanks, Thom- 
as B.irber, Joseph Conver-e, Silas D°xier, Nath! Ward 
Stephen Vv'arrHn. Daniel Pccad jr. Adiii Thaver, John ir 
Warren, Peter Hammond. 

JV'iilin^liam — Amos Brown, Nathan Brown, Elisha 
Puinam, Moses Mor>e, David Chase 2d. Asa Godfrey 
Wm Bon;i jr. Obfjd Foster. 

Wilmington — Jairus Hall, Ephraim Tyler, Lanc\ 
Forbes, John Pulsipher, Richard Waste, Ayei Smith 
Ohas K Field, Origen Packard, Oliver Harris, Stephen I 
Flasg, Asher Haynes, Horace Alvord. 

RUTLAND COUNTT. 

Wm C Ki^ridse, ) ^^,,;,^^^^ j^gij^,,, 
Nathan 1 5>pra2ue, ) 
Ira Parsons, Sheriff. 
Alexander W Reed, Bailiff. 
Reuben R Thrall, State's Attorney. 
Wm. Marsh, Judge of Probate for the district of Rut 
land. ___^ 



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jAlmon Wainer, Judge of Probate for ihe district ot Fair- 

haven. 
|Roberl Pierpoint, Luther Daniels, Wm Fay, jail commis- 
I sioners. 

j Justices of the Peace. 

! Benson — James H Gleason, Tlios I Goodrich, Alexander Bliss.' 
Sp.ltnon P Abell, Seth Wood, Chauncey Higgins, Seth Ransom, 
John Kellogrr^ Rowland P Cooley. , 

! Brr.ndon — John Conant, Harvey Hall, Ches^e^ "VVinslow, 
Franklin Harrinston, David Meriillm jr Justus Hyal, Moses 
Cowan, Jolin jVlcConnell, Roval Blake, J W Hale, 'David War- 
ren jr. Manin Carlisle, Moses Barnes, John A Conant, Oliver 
IVl Smith, Na:h.in Carr. i 

; C ( Vfoa — Jonn Mason, Zimri Howe, Selah H Merrill, Noah 
l\-r:. Benj F Lan^don, Ira B-nson, J G Buell, I T Wright, Oli* 
vwi K H:uri;, Ja-ne-; VVi!l;arns. 

j Ct.<7-e7-/ct«— Lewis Walker, Ju'in L Marsli, Jona D •f-^, Geo 
;W Chapiin, Lins^-y Round, Dinl S E-vlri j, S W Ho :lj;"-3s, Tiios] 
Stewart jr. Hezolwah Horioii, Ciiyman Giddin*3. !|l 

C'dtlr-'iden — J.iibis Wheeler, M)scs l?andall, John Woodbury ,'j 
T!">s Ft!,ijr '. Ciipen Leonard jr. G'las Hew, i, i'ri >5 i Leonard.' 
D u,b-;—PJ]s.h Bail, Jotijl C Waiie, B-nj Bines, R.jfisj 
B I'.ki-n jr. I) I E hit i.^.ds, Hj-ea BanuiS, Ed.v.ird Vaii j--. John 
•V.i!l, r>an< Bar'lett. ' 

Fa^.^uioe'ii — tliram Hamilton, Joseph Adams, Harvey Howard, 
Ira Leonard, Birriabas El is, i 

Ru'>l irdt'j'-. — Ira Jt^nriin js, Jam'.'s Fl.^o^r^ Pliny Ho'nie-, Perry 
Dil;fman, Amasa L Jordm, Horatio Bdrber, Jus:iri Jenninas. 

Ira — \Vnipcle Martin, Ervv.n Collins, J'^sepo Chan iian, Rus- 
sell Fi?h, Smkcly Thornt m jr. O H R innds, P W Wilkinson. 

Mend./n — Edward Miizzey, Rutiis Riciii^rdson, Russel Gib- 
son. Ira SowarJ, Amos Robinson, George Perry. j 
Mount HoUy — i\larvil Johnson, Homer Earl, John White, Abi- 
jah C' le, David French. ■ 
Mi'ldletuwn — }(,nis Clark, Allen Vail, Jonathan Morgan, Hi- 
ra;i» VV,iit, Anson Rojjers, Oison C ark. , j 
Mount Tabor— G S Tabor, Caleb Buffum, Silas Haihorn, 
Benj Bri'ton. 

Orwell — Joab Smirh, Pliny Smith, D.>ras Bascomb, Roswell 
Bottum jr. Ruleff White 2d. Ira YoLln2, Joseo^i H Chitenden, 
Julius A Ausiin, David Cuuing, Julius C Thomas, Linus Wil- 
cox, Jarties McEwnn. 

j Pawlett — Nathaniel Harmon, Oliver Hanks, Elislia Allen, Jo- 
siali Toby jr. James Leach, D C Blossom. 

' PiU-ifield — Wm R Blossom, Levi Rix, Calvin Joslin, Peleg 
Bowe,Daniei Ranney, S B Rockwell. ' 

! Pirts/brr/— ^Gordon Newil , Isaac Wheedon, Isaac Bresse, S H 
Kellogg, Thomos F Bogue, Harris Bogue, David Hall jr. John 
Barnes^ Artemas Carpenter, Abraham Owen, Lyman Granger,' 
Abel Pe.ifield. I 



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PouUneti — Joel Beanian. W L Famham, Amos '1 hon>pson. 
Henry G Nra', \7m Ware!, Henry J Rug;;!ef., Alrron Warner. 
, Ruiland — G'jrshorii Chtney, C'lu.iincey 1 }.rall. Mo-^e'3 Lcices- 
fcr, iVJoses >tr'jn2, Francis Slason, Wi.i Page, Kobt t^ierpoin', 
John Purdy, AmherJt L(. e, Benj tirni^h, Mos'-s Wiilkins, Edgar 
L< Ormsbef, Sol«mo!i Foot, Liitlur ijp.iiielt;. A L Browij. 
; ShcrbuThc — Richard Fasierbrocks jr. Geo AY ToplifT, Benj 
Hutchinson, Si'.an Colton. | 

j Shrewabiiry — Jonn Bui kmaster, Joel B Law, Japheih L War-i 
ntr, Benj Needharn, lia- y Holden. } 

Sadhury — Win A ^\'iiii^in5, John C Savvyer, Uriali Bi 
Could, Jaine? Hyd<'. 

j TiVirwut/i— Gbadiah Nob'.e, Noah W Sawyer, Calvin Brewer, 
John Norton, Hairy Coienian, Eliada Crampton. 
j TVallinqford — K.nvard Harris, NatoanicI Ives, Wm Kent, 
Samui-i L Edgerton. Jarvis Andrews, Lincoln Andrews jr. 
j PVelU — Shubael Lamb, Dayid B Lewis, Wesley Cleraons, 
Allen Grover, Fjederick Pember, Joseph Park. 
! JVesthaven — Jonathan Orrns, Tilly Gilbert, Erastus Coleman, 
jWillard Hitchcock, Isaac E Jfakeway, John Oflensend, James 
Forbes, Orrin Dickinson. 

WINDSOR COUNTY. 

Samuel W Porter, > . • . . t ♦• 
T^ , . T^ o } Assistant Justices. 

Ephraim D Briggs, ) 

Daniel Bowen, Sheriff. 
WIHiam Colston, High Bailiff. 
Caiijs Coolidge, State's Attorney. 
Benjamin Swan, Walter Palmer, Eliphalet Dunham, jail 

Commissioners. 
Thomas F Hammond, Judge of Probate for the district 

of Windsor. 

Isaiah Raymond, Judge of Probate for the district of 
Hartford. 

Isaac Hou'e, Inspector of Hops. 
Justice^ of Vie Peace. 
Andover—S-^mue] Clark, Chas W Chandler, Joseph Dodge jr 
Edward Simons, Naihl Lord, Or:a Hazeltinc, Benj Morse. 
Baltimore — Jonathan Woodbury, Joshjua Leiand. 
JBamard — Alpheus Howe, Joseph B Danforih, Charles Wol- 
cott, Levi Belknap, Calvin Green, Sidney S Hemminway, Cyrus, 
;Page, Lucius Freeman, Wmsbw W Ralph, Daniel Sharpe jr. 
I jBrtAei— Jonalhan Marsh, Walter Perrin, Asa Brooks, Samuel; 
Hebbard, Simeon iBabbitf, Thomas P Russell, Julius Converse 
Benj B Lincoln, John Woobury, Lovel Lathrop. 

J5rirf^eu'<rfer— David Thompson, James Walker, Isaiah Ray- 
mond, Thomas Southgale jr. Emmanuel Sawyer, Richard W 
Southgate. 
I Cavendish—Jahtz Proctor, Elisha F Parker, Wm Smith, Hale^ 






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3ates, Levi Jackman, Dan Grout. Solomon F Dutton, Calvin 
French, Abel Baldwin, Samuel Adams. \ 

Chester — Amos Heald, Simeon Leland, Thomas T Barret, 
Ptolemy Edson, Thos C Olcott, SamI Walker, Chas Aiken, Ru- 
us Bruce, Wra Rounds, Chas Lee, Josiah Dana, Nathl Fuller- 
ion. Danl Onion, Thos Robinson. 

Harlfurd — Freegrace Leavitt, Zebulon Delano, James Udall, 
John Downer, David Newton, Shubael Russ, John Porter, Geo 
Udall, Harvey Noble, John Grout, Samuel Nutt, Lewis Lyman, 
Danl Hasen, Allen Hazen, Alfred Neal, Johnathan Bugbee jr. 
Baxter B Newton, Jas S Gage. 

Hartland—A\il*tn Densmore, Moses T Swan, Ward Cotton, 
Chester Stone, Ehsha Flower, Dudley AVilliams, Thos Alexan- 
der* Jphn S Marcy. 

Ludlow — Asahel Smith, Asa Fletcher, Artemas Spafford, Ste- 
phen Cummings, Joseph Davison, Pliny Parker, Reuben Wash- 
bum, Sewall Fullam jr. 

• Plymouth— SdiXvX Page, Moses Pollard, Cephas Moore, John S 
Eullerlon, Levi Slack, Jabez Wood, Enoch Wetherby, Jonathan 
Hall. I 

. Pomfret — Henry Hewett, John E Doten, David Chandler,' 
Gilbert Allen, Gardner Wirislow, Rufus Bugbee, Seth Howard, 
Job Richmond, Otis Darling, Josiah Tinkham jr. Otis Charaber- 
;lain. 

I /2ea<it«^— ^Simeon Buck, Chas Buck, Thos F Hammond, Sol- 
omon Keyes, Benoni Buck, Eridgeman Hapgood, John Wheeler, 
Uriel C Hatch, John Brown, Rufus Forbush, Elisha Bigelow. I 
] iVbriiric/i-^ Aaron Loveland, John Wright, Ira Davis, Robert; 
Nichols, Joseph Emerson, Paul W Brigham, Rufus Hatch, John 
S Paine, Alden Partridge, Calvin Seaver jr. Joel Morris, Philip 
Wheeler, Wm Sweatt, Moses Bryant, Cyrus Partridge. 

Rochester — John Chaffee, Lyman Emerson, John Amy, Chas 
Dodd, Joel Cooper, Sumner A Webber, John Trask. 
I /Jo^afton—^John Marshall, Truman Safford, Amos Bosworth, 
Forest Adams, Elisha Wilds, Heman Rix, David Wheelock,' 
Job Bennett, Ira Belding, Edwin Pierce, Daniel Woodard jr 
Elias Lyman, Chas Button. 

' iS/jarons-^Reuben Snalding, Wm Steele, Freeman Holt, Sam- 
uel Southworth, Wm Paley, Henry Chamberlain, John Bald- 
win. 

' tS/jrinsj^e/rf-^Asaliel Powers, Elisha Bisbee, Nomlas Cobb, 
John Field, Wm Dyer, John Boynton ji Noah Safford, Jotham 
Britton, Osman Burge, Ht^nry Cloason. Mills N Duncan, Claik 
Nichols, Russell Burke. I' 

Stockbridgc — Sanil Belcher, John Leonard, Joseph Chamber-, 
lain, Ira Cooper, Asa Partridge, Justin Morgan, Paul W Gay, 
Lorrain Terty. 

' IVeston — Amos N Burton, Henry 'Lovejoy, David Sterling, 
Henrv Gray, Joshua Dale jr. Thos K Park, Asa B Foster. 

W'eathenjield — Thos Prentice, Ebcnezer Shedd, Joshua Up- 
ham, Asa Upham, John Sherwin, Amos Huleit, Joseph K Wiil- 



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iams, Jacob Perkins, Jonathan Lawrence, Alvah Chamberlain jri. 
jSewell Clement, Nathan B Dean, Barnabas Dean, J M Gatesi 
Francis K Nichols. 

Windsor — Asa Aiken, Edward R Campbell, Edwin Edger- ; 
ton, Francis E Phelps, Darius Jones, Thos M Pomroy, Rufus':; 
Root, Chas Leavens, Naluim Swallow, Darius Leavens, Daniel| I 
Read, Chas Hopkins, Joel Hale, Carlos Coolidge. j 

JVoodstock—BenieiTnin Swan, Walter Palmer, Wm Scott, 
Benj G Btgelow, Jas Slayton, Amos Ralph, Henry C Denison,! 
Edwin Hutchinson, Oliver P Chandler, Tracy Bineham, Elipha-| 
let Dunham, Wiilard Bowman, Daniel Lake, David Pierce,! 
Asaph Fletcher jr. John Moullon, Sylvester Edson, Samuel! 
Wood, Nahum Haskell, Nathan T Churchill, JohnJBeraen(, Par-j 
ker Morse, Isaac N Cushman, Moses Fairbanks, Danl Taft jr.; 
Joseph McKenzie. 

ADDISON COUNTT. 

Samuel H, Holley, ) . • , . t . 
^,•-01 •"> Assistant JusUces. 

CaJvjn Solace, ) 

Wm B Martin, Sneriff, 
G A Collamer, High Bailiff, 
E N Briggs, State's Attorney. 
SamM Swift, Judge of Probate, Addison District. 
Adin Hall, Judge of Probate, Newhaven District. 
Ira Stewart, Joel Dooliltle, Dorasius Wooster, jail com 

missioners for the jail at Middlebury. 
John Pierpoint, Elliot Sherrill, H B Seymour, jail commis- 
sioners for the jail at Vergennes. 
Justices of the Peace. 

Addison — Henry Smith, Henry Brevort, Lyman Clark, Geo 
Willmarth, Arza Crane. David Whitney, Heman Converse, Jo-j 
seph Hayward. 

Bridport — Benj Miner, Calvin Solace, Abner Wilcox, Joshuai 
S Strong, Senaca Austin, Ebenezer Allen, John Wicker, Hiram; 
Smith. I 

Bristol — Harvey Munsell, Winter H Hollev, Philo S Warner, 
Amos Eddy, Truman Crane, Edmund Hall, Chester Buel, Ho-| 
ratio Needham. John Howden. 

Cornwall — Horace Janes, Jesse Ellsworth, Wm Hamilton,i 
Russel Foot, Grin Field, Truman Eells, Chauncey Cook, Cal-j 
vin G Tilden, Abraham Foot, Asahel Bingham, Truman Deweyj 

Ferrisburgh — Theophilus Middlebrook, Noah W Porter, Na-! 
than L Keesc, Wm Hazen, Moses Taft jr. Alfred Warner,' 
Saml B Booih, Benj Ferris, John Van Vliet. 

Goshen — Francis Brown, Justus N Dartt, Wm Carlisle Sd 
Ezra Washburn jr. Nathan Capen. 

Granville. — [suae Parker, Harvey Shipman, Joseph P Ball, Jo- 
seph Lamb, Eber Lamb, Solon Clark. 

Hancock — Josiah J Brooks, Wm Ellsworth jr. Zera Barnes. 

Leicester — John Bullock. Wm Gile. 



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JJncoln — Nathan Joiinson) Sisson Chase, Wm Mitchell, Wm 
W Pope, Denslow Upham, DanI Varney, John Bush. 

MiddUbury — Horatio Seymour, Seth Storrs. Nathan Case, 
iHiram Miinger, Chas Linsley, Norman Tupper, Joel Doolittle, 
Ozias Seymour, Jedh S Bushneil, Saml Swift, Clark Foot, Ed- 
win Hammond, Thos M Fitch, Peter Starr, Elisha Brewster, 
Dota&tus Wooster, Nahum Parker, Joseph Warner, Wm Y 
Ripley, E D Barber, Joseph N Chipman, Jas Jewett, Rufus 
Wainwright, Eowin Lawrence. 

Monkton — Roderick Baldwin, Olirer Sherman, Nathan Smith, 
Roswell Alwood, Ethan Smith, Jehiel Chamberlain, Chs Dean, 
Lyman Smith, Burrell Smith, Alson Collins, Stoddard Holiis, 
Arza C Dean, Justin Willowby, Mile W Kinsley. 



Newhaven — Elias Bottum, Justus Pier, Calvin Sprague, 0th 
niel Jewett, Wightman Huntington, Manfred Pier, Jabez W 
Langdon, Saml E Chalker, Danl Twitchell, Horace P Birge, Jas 
Saxton, Wait Squier jr. 

Panton — Silas Tappan, Nathan Spalding, Jesse Grandy, 
Gardner Converse, Silas Pond, Alexander Brush, John Child. 
j Ripton — James Kirby, Horace Lootnis, Luman Coggswell. 
I Salisbury — Aaron Barrows, John M Weeks, Jas L Morion, 
iNathl Foster, Prentice G Alden, Cyrus Bump, Washington Mil 
ler, M S Doty, Geo Chipman, E N Briggs. 
i Shoreham-—DaiYis Rich, Levi O Birchard, Lewis Hunt, Chas 
Rich, John S Larabee, Alonzo Birchard, Udney H Everegt, 
Kent Wright, Isaac Chipman, Asa Sunderlin. I 

Slarkaboro^ — Elisha Furguson, Ira Bushneil, John Hill 3d,' 
Isaac Stowe 1, David Kellogg jr. Henry S Kimball, Almon At-j 
wood, Wm Worth 2d. 

Vergennes-^Ei D Woodbridge, John Thompson, Ville Law- 
rence, fsaiah Scott, Horace Onion, P C Tucker, Geo Parker, 
John Pierpoint, Wm H While, Wm T Ward, Henry HewitV 
John Parker, Cyrus Smith, H B Seymour, A W Bamum, Geo 
W Rodgers. 

JValtham— 'George Fisher, Peleg Fisher, Chester Ward, Geo 
Field, Lyaian E Husted, Josiah Bailey. 

Weybridge—E\\ja.h G Drake, Timothy W Twitchell, Aseph 
Hayward, Saml James, Barzilai Stewart, Claudius Brittel, 
Wightman Chapman. 

PVhi ting— Kphrsiim Moulton, Jas O Walker, Moulton Need 
ham, Harmon Strong, Joseph Simonds, Benj Needhani, 

ORANGE COUNTY. 

T^ • T^ T-» '•' L { Assistant Justices. 
Jacob is. rarisn, ) 

Luther S Burnham, Sheriff. 
Stephen F Spencer, High Bailiff. 
EdnDund Weston, Stale's Attorney. 
Calvin Blodgel, Judge of Probate for the district of Ran- 
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VVilliatn Spencer, Jud2,e ol Probale for ihe district < 

Bradiorfl. 

John W Smith, Jason Steele, Joshua Dickinson, ja 
Commissioners. 

Eliphalet Bates, Inspector of Hops. 
Justices of the Peace. 

Bradford — Danl Martin, Barton N Fyler, Thos Morey, Le* 
Colby, Nicholas W Ayre, Moses Severance, Jas M^Duffie, Jes 
36 Merrill 2d. Ellis Bliss, Thos Taber, Adams Preston, 

Braintiee — John Hutchinson. Jonathan Bass, Stephen Bentoj 
Saml Harwood, Augustus Flint, Daniel Wait jr. Jabez Smitl 
Saml Riford, Christopher Huntington, Noah B Cady, Zena 
Thayer, Fielder Clark, Elijah Flint. 

Broukjield — Thos Kingsbury. Sitnon Cotton Joseph, G Smitl 
Noah Paine, Daniel KingsburVj Nathaniel Wheatley, Luthe 
Wheatley, Frederick Griswold, Homer Hatch, Enocli Slad( 
Ariel Burnham. Richard "Wells, Wm Trask, Justus Edson. 

Chelsea — Josiah Dana, H E G McLaughlin, Harry Hale, Ur 
bane Lathrop jr. Jason Steele, John W Smith Jo?hua Dickin 
son, Lement Bacon, Harry W Hatch, Elisha Williams jr. Cal 
vin Clark, Lyman Perigo, Ephraim Hatch, D Azro A Buck. 

Corinth — Saml Hasselton, Ezekiel True, John Taplin, Henr 
Dearborn, Danl Woods, Stephen Eaton, Ephraim Ward, Josepl 
Fellows jr. John Richardson, Samuel IDarling, Richard Smith 
Nathan Blake, Jeremiah Wright, Joshua Merrill, Wm Spencer 

Fairlee — Jesse Stoddard, Dyer Waterman, Asa Woodward jr 
Jerome B Bailey, Francis Davis, Moulton Morey, Saml D Ban- 
field, Stephen Jenkins. Thos Stratton. 

Newhury — Chas Hale, Joseph Berry, Levi Carter, Isaac Hal 
jr. Levi Rogers, Abel Underwood, Abner Bayley, Jonas Clark 
Jonas Tucker, Zebina Newell, Isaac Bayley, John E Chamber' 
lain, Jas Bayley 2d. Simeon Stevens jr. Jas Abbott, Tappar 
Stevens, Peter Burbank, Wm Burroughs. 

Orange — Christopher Richarctson, Moses Sargent, Reubec 
'White, Luther Carpenter, Artemas Houghton. Geo Camp, Hor- 
! ace Fitield, David Harris. 

Randolph — Enoch Hebard, Belcher Salisbury, Wm B Chand- 
ler, Eleazer Bancroft, Edward Eastman, Sylvanus Blodgett, Jo- 
seph Cochran, Benj T Blodgett, Jonathan Goodwin, Calviu 
Blodgett, Abner Waldo, Jonah'Washburn 2d. Wra Hebard. Wm 
Maxham, Oren Parker. 

Strafford — Leonard Walker, Pliny Day, John Burnham, Ste- 
phen Morrill, Thos Haselton, Geo W Alger, Jedh H Harris, 
John S McMaster, Rufus M Benson, Danl Cobb, Saml S Kib- 
linser. 

Thetford — Stephen Eastman, Simeon Short, John C Ham- 
mond, Wm Heaton, John Hall, Presbury West jr. Timothy P 
Bartholomew, Jonathan Emerson, Heman Hosford, Wm Thay-j 
er, David Bruce, Saml Farnsworth. ] 

l^opsham — Jonathan Jenness, Danl Miller, Aaron Sanbmn| 



UT 

Moses VV allace, Levi Tabor, Jesse Putnam, Jas Petrie, Moses 
A Dustin, Edmund George, Hale Grow, John K Dustin, Saml 
Batchekler. , 

Tunbr idge^KWiah Dickerraan, Eli Auslin, Jas Noyes, Georgej 
iWeymouih, Elisha L Tracy, Jeremiah Foster, Cyrus Chapman.' 
Ebt-nezer Hackett. { 

Vershire — Thos Ifeves, Geo W Maltby, Ira Coise, Nalhani 
3i)car, Pliriv Dwiirht, Wra Prior, Rufus Blanchard, Wm S Hum-] 
lirev,GileaJ Jones, Stephen F Spencer. | 

Wa-thimrtnn — Stephen Burton, Jacob Bliss, PhiHp Sargent,' 
Stuart Brown, Thus Pope, Saml Worlhley, Geo W West,Ja- 
ob Fols'm, Harry C V/eeden, Geo Petrie, John Colby. 

Went jPaiVZee— Saml Graves, Asa Baldwin, Azariah Wilde, 
)hn AVarrcn, Elisha May, A-ifred Pixley, Darius Childs, Wm 
Kimball, Geo May. 

Williamslnivn—Joe\ Bas?, Nathl Jillson, Andrew Burnham, 
Darius Pride, Ariel Crane, Wm S Beckett, Aaron S Martin, 
Jonathan Lewis, Robbins Dinsmore. 

CHITTENDEN COUNTY. 

Joseph INIarsh, > . ■ , , -, ,- 
T-,,. tT ' } Assistant justices. 

E\\ BroNvnson, ) 

Hernan Lowry, Shfjriff 

Ezbon Sanford, High BailifT. 

Albeit G Whittemore, State's Attorney. 

Triirnan Cliittencien, Judge of Probate for the district ol 

Chittenden. 

Amos Blodgott, Henry Wiiitney, Satnuel H Peaslee, jailj 

Cotnmissinner?. 

Rolla Gleason, Inspector of Hops. 

Justices of the Peace. 

Bolton — John Pineo, Moses L Colton, Asa Stbckv/ell, Saml 

B Kennedy. 

Burlington — David Russell, Isaac Warner, John N Pomeroy, 

Jhas Russell, Asahel Peck, John Johnson, Ebenezer Brown, 

rhos Hocklev, Burrell Lane. Alvan Foote, Chas F Warner, G 

B Sawyer, Wm D Kidder, Wm F Griswold,^John W Partridge, 

R. G Colc,^Eleazer Stewart, Chas Adams, John P Pichardson, 

acob Oweh,S M Parsons, Wm Weston, Amos Blodgett, Heii- 

•y B Stacy, Isaac Nye, John Barstow, Saml Nichols, John M 

Sldridge, Wm Everts, Thos Mills, Wm A Griswold, Nathan B 

Haswell, Henry Boardman, VVyllys Lvrhan, Stephen Johnson. 

Charlotte — Jeremiah Barton, Joseph D Farnsworth, Ezra Holt, 

Salmon Pease, Luther Stone jr. Wm E Sherman, Myron Pow- 

Colchester — John Lyon, Cyrus Farrand. Joseph E Rhodes 
edediah Tuttle, Wm B Munson, Danl P. Adams, Peter New- 
orab. 

Essex — Geo Whitney, John Tubbs, Danl Littlefieid, James H| 
Delano, Billa B Butler, Saml Slater, John Keeler, Saml Dins-j 






ns 

more, Reuben Barrett, David B Webster, Joseph Sinclar, Ezr 
Slater jri Asa Bingham, Amasa Bryant, Danl Tyler. 

Hintshurgh — Stephen Byinplon, Erastus Bostwick, Nahuo 
Peck, Danl Scofie'd, Erasti's Meach, Amos Clark, John Whee 
pock, F W Baldwin, Alfred Sawyer, Nalhl Miles. 

Huntington — Nathl Norton, Lyman Hall, John Snider, Lumai> 
E Loveland, Emery Taylor, Jas Ambler jr. John Judson, Josept 
JEddy, Jeremiah Remington, Benj Allen. 

Jericho — Arthur Bostwick, Oliver Lowry, Thos Reed, Lymac 
Field, Peter L Allen, Truman Barney, Lemuel Blacknian, Mar 
kin B Miner, Robert Balch, Wm P Richardson, Luther Brown 
JHosea Spalding, D A Smalley, Erastus Field. 

Mansfield— 'NsiXh] Butts, Aaron Hal', Sam! H Allen, Georgt 
Town, Danl Thomas. 

MtUon — Gideon Hoxie, Ephraim 1 errick, Phelps Smith, Ja 
cob Davisj Albert G Whittemore, W. ren Hoxie, Emerald Ma 
son, D H Onion, Ira Witters. Alfred t add, John Hyde, Edmunc 
Wellington jr. Proctor Adams, Gideon H Royce. 

Richmond — Edward Jones, Elihu Bates, Arteraas Flag? 
Thaddeus Crane, Ezra B Green, Roswell Mason, Benoni 
Thompson, Joseph Whipple, Oliver Shepherd, Ransom Jones, 
Sylvanus Douglass, Eli Brownson, Amos B Cooper. 

Shelburne — Livi Comstock, Elijah Phelps, Robert White, 
Aasihel Nash, Heman Barstow, Isaac Higbee. 

5"^ George — Horris Ferris, Reuben Lockwood, Ebenezer 
Isham, Sherman Beach,. Silas Isliam. 

Underhill—P eler Martin, Jonas Humphrey, Henry Cakes, 
Saml Wells, John Story, Luther Chamberlain, Atanson Shep- 
herd. Wm Barney, Saml N Bascomb. 

fFc'(/brd— Danfortti Wales, Wm Wood, Frederick England, 
Danl Macomber. 

Willtston — Truman Chittenden. John Brown jr. Chauncey 
Brownell, Geo B Manser, Anson Bymglon, David French, Sim-, 
(eon Lee, Jonas G Chittenden, David Isharn, Rufus Walston. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Roderick Richardson, ) ^.^i^j^^^ j.^tj^^. 
Israel Goodwin, ) 

Alvan Cart' r, Shcriffl 
WiHiam Billings, High Bailiff. 
Paul Dillingham jr. State's Attorney. 
Rawsell R Keith, Judge of Probate for the district of 

Washington. 
Silas C French, Danl Baldwin, Thomas Needbam, jail 
Commissioners. i 

George "Vv Barker, Inspecter of Hops. 
Justices of the Peace. 
.Barre— Peter Jebonnet jr. Chapiti Kieth, Stephen Freeman,' 
oseph Ripley, Jacob Scott jr. Jeremiah Ellis, Newell Kinsmanj 



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S^°r}y Collamer, WiHthrop T Jackman, IraDay, David FfiHchl 

|Zd. Thos Town. 

! Berlin~Ahe\ Knapp, Ebenezer Bailey, Osman Dewey, Nahuml 

,Kice, Saml Jones, Gershom Heaton, Asa Andrus, Jsscph W 

jlhompson. 

I Calais— G'hhon Hicks, Lemuel Perry, Caleb Curtis, Lovel 

;Kelton,Nathl Eaton, Shubael Wneeler, Wm Robinson. Asa' 

jGeorge, Oliver Mower. 

i Duxbury—ha. Armes , David Belden, Ebenezer Corse, Nathan 

Huntley, Samuel G Turner, Roger G Buckley. 

jE/more— Abner Doty, Geo W Bailev, Jona Bridge. 
) Fayston—Sam] Richardson. Calvin Fullerton, Eli'Bruce, Mer 
rill Tyler, Peter Drew, Orin Wheeler. 
I MarsA/icW— Avara Gilman, Jacob Putnam, Jabez L Carpen- 
ter, Dudley Piikin, Bc^mis Pike, Dyer Dunning, Wm Martin. 
I Middl€S€x~'Sa\h\ Carpenter, Danl Houghton, Horace Holden. 
David Harrington, Wm X Holden, Jesse Johnson jr. Ira Cum- 
minga, Jeduthun Haskins, A L Chamberlain. 
I Mon/pe/ier— Danl Baldwin, Alfred Wainwright, Cyrus Ware. 
Nathl C King, Lyman Briggs, Silas C French, Parley Davis J. 
Joe! Basset, Nathan Jewett, Lucius B Peck. Danl P Thompson) 
Naum Kelton , John Spalding, Darius Boyden, J Y Vail, Oramef 
H Smith, Josiah Parker, Araunah Waterman, Roval AV^heel/rl 
Wm W Cadwell, George Clark, J P Mi.ler, John^Grav, TJmo-l 
thy Merrill, Azel Spalding, Thos Reed jr. H H Reed,'Saml B 
Prentiss, Wm Uphani, Jeremiah T Marston, Jeduthun Loomisj 

Isaiah Silver, Luther Cross, Nicholas Bavlies jr. Chauncev L 
rCnapp. .J J I 

Moretown—C ephas Carpenter, Lester Kingsley, Danl Harris, 
Ira Clark, Alphens C Noble, Joseph Sawyer. 

Northjidd- -John Averill. Elijah Smith jr. John West, Elijah 
Burnham, John L Buck, Calvin Cady. 

PZotV?eW— James Palmer, Dnren Whittlesey, Ebenezer Mar 
;in, Alba Martin, Elijah Perry, John Vincent, Junus B Davis. 

i2ox6t;ri,— Jr.na F Ruggles,' Amos Waidn'er, Samuel M Or- 
;utt, Chas Sampson, Stilman Ruggles, John Cross. 

Stowe— Thos B Downer, Asa Raymond, Danl Moody, Abner 
Fuller, Nathan Robinsoajr. Philo G Camp, Lemuel Thomas, 
Jnon W Butler, Asahel Raymond, Zebina W Bennett, Nathan 
Postor, Nathl Russell, Orin Perkins, Danl Robinson, Peter C 
jovejoy. 

WaiUjidd—Z ennison Jones, Matthias S Jones, Orson Skinner, 
IVm M Pingery, Lucius H Cheney. 

W^arren— Joseph A Curtiss, David Ralph, Wm B Tyler, Syl- 
anus Paine, FrankUn A Wright, Artemas Cushman, Thomas 
Sargeant. 

Waierbury^lzmes Smalley, David G Sheple, W^m W Wells 
^aul Dillmgham jr. Warren Murray, Solomon Newcomb, EUa- 
im Allen, Thaddeus Clough, Uriah Thompson, Ralph Worster, 
.eshe Gregg, Geo Atkins, Dan Carpenter, Ezra P Butler, Le- 
nder Hutchins. 



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Woodbury — Jacob S Jackson, Asaph Town, David Herrick,( 
Stephen Chapman, Joel Cilley, Ebenezer Bruce, Benj Fowler, 
iLuther Morse. 

Worcester — Allen Vail, Ophir Leonard, Amos Rice, Eli 
'jStone, Tyler Mason. 

CALEDONIA COUNTY. 

Timothy P Fuller, ) . . , , ^ ♦• 
p„ • ^ ^ ' > Assistant J usjices. 

iJenjaniin Conner, ^ 

Charles Roberts, SherifT. 
Robert Harvey, Hish Baiiifi. 
Geo C CahooD, Slate's Attorney. 
Samuel Sia.^, Judge of Probate ftjr llie district of C ale-.' 

donia. 
Samuel Sias, Salma Davis, Samnel Ingalls, jail Commis- 
sioners. 

Jusiices of the feace. 

garnet — Walter Harvev, Silas Harvey, Samuel G Brackett,' 
Tas Gilchrist; Mordecai Hale, Solomon Stevens, Wm Shearer, 
Elijah McLeran, Peter Laird, Jonathan F Skinner, Wm Lackip,' 
W^m Warden, Wm Gilkerson, Hugh Somers, Ebenezer Brewer, 
Jas F Lancrdon, Bennair Sanborn. 
i Burke — Elam White, Seth Clark jr. Wm Thomson, John 
Evans, Isaac Denison, Geo W Denison, Benj F Belden. 
; Cabot — John W Dana, Hector McLean, Geo W Stone, Al*' 
pheus Webster, Roswell Farr, Thos Osgood jr. Daniel Collins, 
Matthias Stone, Leonard OrcuLt, John Damon, Anthony Perry, 
Harlow P Smith, Oliver A Warner, Milton Fisher. 
j Danville — Saml Thomson, John A Stanton, David T Bafch» 
elder, Asa ^argent, Geo W Drew, Archelaus Sias, Stephen 
Dole, Jas M Morrill, Chas Davis, Abner Harris, Saml Collins, 
Haivey Kelsey, Elihu Underwood, Josiah Morse, ^amuel Sias, 
,Geo B Chandler, Theron Howard, Saml Ingalls, D Carpenter,] 

Gosfien Gore — Albert K Smith. 

Groton — John Heath, John Darling jr. Thos BarlJett jr. Reu- 
ben Whitcher, Thos Wasson, Danl |loberts, Isaac N Hall. 

Hardvnck — Elnathan Strong, Harvey Shepherd, Nathl Per- 
kins jr. Jonathan Foster, Levi Goodridge, Saml A Tuttle, Ira; 
jAtkins, Danl French, Jacob Paine, Bliss N Davis, EJnoch Bai- 
'ley, Orra Crosby, Silas Underwood, Wm S Flint, Luman Browm 
json, Isaac Pennock jr. John R Skinner. 

I Kirby — Jas Church, Merritt Newhall, David Yqung, TimothyJ 
jLocke, Orren Carpenter. 

I Lymlon — Isaiah Fisk, Benj Walker. Philip Goss, Danl Bow* 
;ker, Stephen McGatFey, Silas Houghton, Welcome Beniis, Ira 
iWilmanb, Orren Alton, Alpheus Fletcher, Jas Sherman, Moses, 
jChase. Isaac Fietcher, Otis Evans, True duimby, John Hum- 
jphrey,Ephraim W Carpenter, Geo C Gaboon, Job Randall, <■ 

NewarTt—EAezxeT Packer, Nathl C Kibbey, J^oren Sleeper, 
Erasmus P Spencer, Alpheus Stoddard. 



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Pear/iiw;— Nehiniiah Bradkr, Gt-n W Clark, John W Chan- 
dler, Ezra C Chaiiiberlaui, Kazi-n Merrill, Erasius Kell<»2?, Ja 
cub Bantharri. S.niori Blantl.ard ji. Asu Skeele, Heury N Mar- 
tin. Ab'a!i;int P:i::P. 

Rytgntr—J&hez K-geluw, John Nelsnn, Wra Gray, Arichi- 
bald P.i k. Na'hl Knigh', Jas Nc'.jon jr. 

iS>^.f/r/— Mf)ses Davi.s, Jas Townseiid, Reuben Miles. Rich- 
ard JeimesSjGeo Giay, SamI Bean, Johnson Sniiih, Sewall 
Bradle.. 

SL J finshvri^—hwhvT Chvk. Ab.-l M Rire, Wm P Slough- 
tnn. Jerrv D I k^rnian. Isaac Harrington, Phili|i Smith, Jonas 
FiifVjJi.hal Harrino'^n. 

5'/,/io,/_N,.heniiaii Shaw, Peter S Wheclnck, AVells Way, 
Will Hr"Ck\vay, Lii her Stc'ddard, Owen Brown, Michael Rice, 
VVm Hi;tc!iins"'n, Jan( b C Morrill, Jonathan Richardson, Eben- 
eze . Bi kfoid. .Xliiriiji Way. 

rF'x/f/c — A'him Anisd. n, Jas Bell, Danl Woosler, Hanson 
Ri'i'ers, J.itiii G'uld, I'aiii Dcth. 

fV'itfrfffrff— Rob,- r\ Ta^'^ard, Arad Freeman, Joseph Felch, 
Jas Wo.k-, Z ni^ Wo.ds, Josi-pli Idc. 'I'imo hy R Fa'rbariks, 
Rt-ube;! C B-.niiin, JonathaTi D Stoddard, Jcnah Carjienicr, Syl- 
vani's Heaiin newjiv. 

f-F/teWoc/.— Jonathan Taylor, Jo iah Lane, Samel Biiielow, 
Chas Maiihewsoii, H>al Bradley, Wm Sanburn, David Dailina, 
Abner Hi)it, Edward M Magoun, Hiram Kelsey, Elisha Davis, 
W'm Liivejny. 

FRANKLIN COU.NTT. 

. , 17 I, } Assi?lant Justices. 

Jcphlha Bradk-v, ShorifT. 
Richartf A Shaitnili, Hj^h Baififr. 
Gi urge W Fc.*i<'r, Stale's Aitoriioy. 
Joel Bailier jr. Judge of Probalo, lor the district of Gcor- 

«;ia. 
Bates Tiiriirr, Joseph H BrainercT, Jus Davis, jail Com- 
lni.ssioiifTs. 

Oilaiido Stpvons, Tnspeclor of Hops. 
Justices of the Peace. 
Bakerajield — Silas B Hazcltine, Calvin Ewing;?, Elijah 
Barn?. 

Belvidere—Mond^f Shalfuck, Mosps Phelps, Al.'ali 
Chaff e, Jo?iah W Pnih-r, John S Carp'nttr. 

^erfcs'.ire—Wru C Ellworfh, Cromwell Bowcn, James 
C Sfonp, Pcricy Hall, Joseph Smith. 

C amb rid !;e— J i\s B Gilmorc, Ltwis Parker, Isaac Gris- 
wohl, Salmon G.'en, OtI Safford, Thaddeu.-^ Mnrdock, 
John Page, Nallil Sears, Lyman Wells, Bildad Hf.bhtll, 



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Newull Hunt, Martin Wires, Henry Stowell, Gardner 
Gates, Joseph B Morgan, Ezel5iel Fullinglon jr. 

Enosburgh — Wrn Barber, Chs Stevens, SamI Kendall, 
Bennett Eaton, Theophilus, Mansfield, Harding Allen, 
Horace Eaton, 

Fairfax — Joseph Hunt, Homer E Hubbell, Isaac N 
Soule, Lyman Hawley, Alfred Wheeler. Hiram Bellows, 
Aaron S Beaman, Benj Richardson, Jonathan Southard, 
Joseph Learned jr. Churchill Sampson. 

Fairfield — Joab Smith, John Leach, Joel Barber jr. 
Benj Fairbanks, Asahel F;irns\vorth, Benj Nve, Aaron 
Burr, Harmon Northrop, Ira Foot, Joseph Soule. 

Fletcher — Joseph Robinson, Ephraim Wheeler, Albert 
Kinsley, Ira Hatch, Nathin R Bingham, Joseph Ells- 
worih jr. Jesse Bailey, Cyrus Danlbrth. 

Franklin — Peter Chase, Enos Persons, Eleazer 01m- 
stead, Paul Gates, Philip S Gates, Lyman Cushing, Wm 
Felton. Elisha Bascon), Jonaihan H Hubbard. 

Georgia — Solomon Bliss, Hiram H Hale, Ira Hinkley, 
Horatio Goodrich, John W Witters, Harvey Colton, Jas 
Godfred, Seymour Eggleston. 

Highgate — Jesse Carpenter, Henry Stinchour, Conrad 
Sax, Joseph B Culler, Luther H Drury, SamI Gates, Ed- 
ward C Haskins, Wm Skecls, John Burr, Luther Meigs, 
Jesse Cutler, Enos C Brown, John Hendrick, Charles H 
Jennison, John Johnson jr. 

Johnson — Danl Dodge, Simeon Lyman, Andrew Dow, 
John Holmes, Wm Simons, Israel O Andrews, Sam! B 
Waters, Solomon Balch, Levi B Vilas. 

JSlontgomery — SamI Bobbins, Luther Martin, Lorenzo 
Fasselt, Rufus Hamilton, Richard Smith jr. 

Richford — Jonathan CarpentfT, SamI Heath, Jesse 
Woodruff, Ariel Parker, John Huse. 

S/ie/£/o7i---Andrcw Durkee, Jonas Brown, Eleazer B 
Peckham, Geo W Kendall, John A Fitch, Oliver A 
Keith, Eleazer S Draper, David Chappell, Augustus Burt, 
Erie I Deming, Chester Janes. 

St Mbans— Bates Turner, Abijah Stone, H R Bcards- 
ley, Orrin Tuller, Stephen Lawrence jr. Jas Davis, Benj 
HSmalley, David Read, Luther B Hunt, Danl Sanborn, 
Ralph La«sel}, Joseph Weeks, John Gates jr. William 
Bridges, Willard Sewall, Nathl Ower, John Smith, 
Ephraim Beardsley, Stephen S Brown. 

Sterling — Moses Vilas, Silas Mosier, McDaniel Gragg. 



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iSwaiitoii — .Shadrack Haliiuway, Tirnolhy Foster, Jas 
Brown, Julius H Rice, Jeremiah Sanborn, Jona White jr. 
Asa Wilson jr. Hiram Tuiler, Warren Robinsor,, Isaac 
A Manser, Caesar A Mead, Heman Hopkins, James A 
Warner, Ira Church, Valentine S Ferns, Elisha Barney, 
Bradford Scott, Geo Bullard. 

fFafcrui//c— Luther Poland, Moses Fisk, Stephen Leach, 
Jesse C Holmes. 

ORLEANS CODNTT. 

David M Camp, j j^^,-^,^^^^ justices. 
David P P7oyes, J 

Thomas Jameson, Sheriff. 
Eligah G Strong, High Baliff. 
Elisha Stearkweather, State's Atlorney. 
John Kimball, Judge of Probate, for the district of Orleans. 
Joseph Wiggins, John Kimball, Joseph Chapman, jail 
Commissioners. 

Robert Campbell, Inspectorof Hops. 
Justices of the Peace. 
Mbany — John Fairman, Wm Rowell, Eli Chambefiin, 
SamI C Allen, Luther Delano, Rufus B Hovey, Benjamin 
Aiken. 

Brownington — Luke Gilbert, Seth Bartlett, Jeremiah 
Huntoon, E G Strong, Thos C Stewart, Page Remick, 
Nathiel S Grow, Benj F Robinson, Gilbert Gross, Benj 
Smith. 

Barton — Harry Baxter, Gilman Gale, Amos C Robin- 
son, John Kimball, Jesse Coolc, Jonathan Robinson, 
Ethan Blodgett, Piichard Newton, Wm P May, Asa Kim- 
ball, Joseplj Owen, Jonathan Clark, John H Kimball. 

Coventry — Argalus Harmon, Elijah Cleveland, Charles 
Slorv, Ebonezer M Grav, Philip Flanders, Isaac Parker, 
Thos Guild, John W Musscy, Holland Thrasher. 

Craflsbury — Joseph Scott, Royal Corbin, Wm Scott, 
Isaac Hovoy, Alvah R F:eneh, James A Paddock, Na- 
than S Hill, Asa Hoyt, Oliver Allen, George F Sprague, 
AususUis Young. 

Charleston — Hilton Brackett, David Chad wick, Stephen 
Cole, Stephen C Cole, Oliver C Loveland, Andrew Spal- 
ding, John M Robinson, Winslow Farr, Silas Gaskill, 
John Cushman, L-aac F Freeman, Royal Gage, Ebenezer 
Cole. 

Derby — Lewis C Bates, Portus Baxter, Chester Car- 
penter, Jacob Chase, Ira Fish, Jeretnifth Gliiies,, Bf.'nj 



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Hirifiian, Timothy Hiiimin, Cha" Kin^slinry, Pclc^ Rcd- 
fiold, JoKu Stewart, Jii'< Way, Giirdiu-r Chase. 

Edin — Eli Hmds jr. Ltitliur 11 iBrown. Alitl Smith, Je- 
reb Kendall jr. SamI PhiiMJey jr. iVIarim Wh»-e!o(k. 

Glover — John Bourdman, Tiio-' Baker, SrtU 'V Shaw, 
Jostph H Dwinncll, John T Smith, Ch-: Hardy. 

Greerisbo'o^ — Willard Lincoln, Ez:.ki».'l Rand, Asahrl 
H.ile, Geo H Pago, Geo A Morey, Sand Hill, Loien F 
Waterman, Stephen Shcrfnan. 

HwWa/Ki— Micah Ferrin, Frciinan Fairdiild jr. Jo.«rph 
Fletcher, Ezra Hinman, Janon Hinman, J C Rol)inson. 

Jrasburgh — John Killatti, Jo;<eph Wiggins, Joseph 
ChapiTian, Bi-la T Joiicr, Sand Ch.uiibeiltiH, Joseph Kid- 
der, GraC West, Eleazer Uovvanl, Sanal Conanl, ^Joody 
B Kimball. 

Mydepark — Joseph W Saflr)rd, John C Page, David Mc- 
CInre, Jonathan B^an, Ja^ Ncwland, Marvin Gl.izior, Asa 
Cole, Lnciua' H Noyes, Wm P Sawyer, Jacob P Had ley, 
Ahiner Flandcr.", Fied<rick Kerl(M. 

Lowtfl — 'r> m Knapp, V/heelock. G Aldri'jh, John S 
Ware?, John Hirdiji;. 

jMorrhtoion — Jo<rph Sears, Chas GoS', John Ferrin, 
Isaac Allen, Geo Small, Bt-noni Sha»v, Calvin Bennet, 
John Wal!;pr, LnlhtT Bin :lia:n, John Bin:iliam, John 
VJilcs, Geo VV Gales, Naihan Gates jr. Erasing Eaion, 
Fieeinan Finnov. 

J/^r^ra-i — Ira'L -avens Siml Builott, John Birll-tt, 
Chs Cummin^s, [ln(d Cohb, Lemuel P».eddmg, Alden 
Grow, Siml»a< I Fair. 

J^tfwport — Seymour Lane, A?a B rvloore, Sumner 
Fro'f, Ira Hninphri-ys, Jo.ia Fr.ist. 

J/j/_'3, o Fli.it, M.idi>o:: K-jiili, Eli Hunt, Ebc^nczcr 
Sanli.»rn. 

Si/ern— N'oycs Hopkinson, Mo?os PilvC, Mason Lyon. 
Naihl Cohh, Orriii Liihe. 

r,.oy_Saird II H..\i-v, Saml West, Pcavtnond Hale, 
David H Birl, Henry C...-y. Hora<; ; P.'id l.nk. Ezra 
Johnson. Sun! Sn;n iri-, Di d"F Ki^nhiil, Niiliin Halo, 
Ja-' Craiizcr, ilMh'h Gha-uli rli '^, An^ot Wiilk.r. 

lV3.slinore—'i^\i B.yd '.n, Jo!) D.uw i. Jo!i • C Pa^p. 
Trdk'j.'f— Ejdiraim La !(l, Thos Ta) lur, Jona Smith, 
Joel Davenport, GiM) "t NoV''.-*, 

ir^.-ff/ieirZ— Ltilher Page, Jiin^ Sl'-hhins. Jas Brown, 
Ht.-nry llichardstm, Orla'id<» Winsli«\v, Jme Hud-kir)"'. 



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KaStX COUNTY. 

JnhnDocLe, ) A..«istant Justices. 
Sainiiil Cnrlis*, ) 

Grceiiliil \Vcl)b, Sheriff. 
Da. .1.1 Kirh, Hi_i. li.iihrt: 
Jarr.cs Sie«'!«', Staii.'s Atiorncy. 
Win Gains Jihi:iL' of PM.!>rie, tor ihc (li-trict of Essex. 
GiistavM:= ;v Hat!, AIzo llicli, Moody Ricli, jail Coiniiii>- 
kio'icr:!. 

Jiimi'j M«y, In?nrc!or of Hops. 
jKstices of Hie Peace. 
;?,j«-,',io,i— Honrv C<.<', Elijah Bult-y, Timothy Corry 
B'jwmfidd—Lcu Tolls Ri.liarcl Morgan. Jr.h.i Frt^iu li 
Brunsicick — Isaac Riuliarclson, DanI Shofi' jr. Eli-h; 

W(i.-I<T. 

r''//j«r7ji— Joshua Morriaon, Henian Nichols, Nrh'-nu- 
i!i H .Toy, Naihaii Frizzle, Wm iMorrill, Jo:ia Hu)l, Elia: 
Fanihain. 

C'uijcor^/— Haivry G Fry, Nathan J Grnvr?, John ' 
JolmsQ 1, Prcsioii i'liayer, Davul till. bard jr. Bcrij Wood 
;)i..y. 

(Jf-nnby — A hhy Apjili'lon, GiTsharo Carponlor. 

GuUJhaU—SiWt Cii^hinan, Win HcywiMid jr. [?aa< 
Coiiiiniii£s, Ja-< Sli'rh', Lucius R Wi l)h, Royal CiMlrr. 
David Hopkitison, D.'vid Doiini.'on, Tioio'hy Fainhild 
Wni Aoiy. Jiilio Diiucy, Horace Hibbard, Hiram Ho"«, 
San !(.'rs W C«iopL'r. 

Leminglon—Jo'.m Baih^ 2d. Thos Holbrool;, Slcplxi 
Harris. 

/, :t 'iCJi 6 u )•:;■/»— John Chandler, JVIifchcl! Silshy, Charh •^ 
B.il, Ci>:»rl<s Ames, JiiiaU n rioks jr. Miron S Chandler 
Win Gales, Sl<'|>hcM Flown, Gcor^*: E Hidmes, 

.i;.zi./.9/0Jif— Daniel Rich, Win Rich, Ca!viii Perkins 
Jo!i!i C Walker, Josiph Merrill, Joseph Rich, Gui.luvii> 
A HaU. 

F/ciory— A?a Wr1I.<s. 
Wenlock — James Cory. 

GRAND ISLR COUNTY. 

John M Sow!e.<?, ) . . . , y . 
c; , A I ' > Assistant Justices. 

Samiu! An.'.ms, ) 

Harrv Hd!. Sheriff. ■ 

Gror^e W Goodneh, High Baliff. 

Hector Ailanis^ Stale's Ailoriicy. 



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Joel Allen, Judge of Probate for the district of Grand 

Isle. 
John Knight, Elihu Parks, Wra H R.ussel, jail Commis- 
sioners. 

John Reynolds, Inspector of Hops. 
Justices of the Peace. 

Mhurgh — Joseph Sewell, WmL Sowles, James Derby, 
Thos Mott, Wm Brown, Xathan Kinsley, Abram Ladue, 
Henry L Reynolds, Joseph M Mott, Rufus Brayton, 
Frederick Hazen. 

Grand Isle — Lewis Ladd, Saml B Gordon, Henry C 
Woodman, Gustavus Edwards, Hiram Tobias, Guy Rey- 
nolds, Hiram Fuller. 

Isle Ln Mott — Nathaniel Holbrook jr. Aaron Denio, 
Daniel Wait, Hiram Hall, Reuben Pike. 

:N'orth Hero— John Knight, Elihu Parks, Allen Sawyer, 
Isaac Town. 

South Hero— Calvin Fletcher, Bird Landon, Lorenzo 
Hall, Benj Adams, Wallace Mott, Asaph Phelps, Alson 
Landon, Newell Lyon, Hector Adams. 



Sessions of tile Courts in Vermont, 

BENNINGTON COUNTY. 

S C — at Bennington, 2d Tuesday, next, after the 4th 

Tuesday in January. 
C C — at Bennington, ItJt Tuesday in Dec. 

at Manchester, 1st Tuesday in June. 

Henry Robinson, Clerk. 

WINDHAM county. 

S C — at Newfane, 3d Tuesday, next after the 4th Tues- 
day in January. 

C C— 2d Tuesday of April. 

2d Tuesday of September. 

James Elliot, Clerk. 

WINDSOR county. 

S C — at Woodstock, 4th Tuesday, next after the 4th 

Tuesday in January. 
C C— last Tuesday of May. 

last Tuesday of November. 

Benjamin Swan, Clerk. 

RUTLAND COUNTY. 

S 0— at Rutland, 1st Tuesday, next after the 4lh Tues- 
day in January. 



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C C — 2d Tuesday ot September. 

2d Tuesday of April. 

Robert Pierpoint, Clerk. 

ADDISON COUNTY. 

S C — at Middlebury, 4th Tuesdny in January. 
C C— 2d Tuesday of June. 

2d Tuesday of December. 

Samuel Swift, Clerk. 

ORANGE county. 

S C— at Chelsea, 5th Tuesday, next after the 4th Tues- 
day of January. 

C C — 3d I'uesday of June. 

3d Tuesday of December. 

Harry Hale, Clerk. 

CHITTENDEN COUNTY. 

S C — at Burlington, 1st Tuesday in January. 
C C — last Tuesday save one in March, 

last Tuesday save one in August. 

N. B. Haswell, Clerk. 

WASHTNGTON COUNTY. 

S C — at Montpelier, 6tl> Tuesday next alter the 4lh 

Tuf^'^day in January, 
C C— 2d Tue.-day in April. 

3d Tuesday in November. 

J Y Vail, Clerk. 

CALEDONIA COUNTY. 

S C— at Danville, 7ih Tuesday next after the 4th Tues- 
day in January. 

C C — 1st Tuesday of June. 

Isl Tuesday of November. 

Amos Paul, Clerk. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

S C — at St Albans, 2d Tucsda}- in January. 
C C— 2d Tuesday in April. 

2d Tuesday of Se()fember. 

Joseph H Braixerd, Clerk. 

ORLEANS COUNTY. 

S C — at Irasburgh, 9th Tuesday next iltcr the 4th Tues- 
day of January. 

C C — 3d Tuesday of June. 

4th Tuesday of December. 

Ira H Allen, Clerk. 

ESSEX COUNTY. 

S C— at Guildhall, 8th Tuesday n.-xt af'ter the 4ih Tues- 



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C C— lit 1 r^ May. 

lliirti ■' iliicemlier. 

' 'jLLiAM Gates, Clerk. 

Cr.ArsD I:'.K COUNTY. 

"^' C — at North H •.., 3 I TnHs<iay of January. 
tiC C — 4i'i 'j'iifs<l;iy iif April. 

[ 4i.'i Ttn.'^iijiy of Snpi. 

I Joel Ai.i.ev, Clerk. 



Lh:Gli..AnVL^ APPOINTMENTS. 
L •!»'». 11- !^.r;io , i*jpi:niileiideni i^txte House. 
Cyii' W.ir-, 8 i.-v ijor o'U Stale house. 
.[-•!> I Jill i<i> t, l> ir!« >^»<Mi, Surv.''y:}r General. 
jj J-i'iM H <>..i-^) t, Wi;iil-o.-, sup. Vt. stale Prison. 
j li tn 1 Vi ou- I, sV,, crsi.-r, aj^titl Vt. slate Bunk. 
I II irrv Hi', •.j'.jfls'ii, Btn'i conini'ssioner. 
J"'i I S P,-ii.!-.<» K', \l:i'ic'iir«icr, li.iiik inspeclor. 
Jiiii t S iii«li Si A'!»i!»>. Tiin.-s i) H:i:ii!iM):icl Uiwi.ll, Allen 
"\V;iiJ.i'r W I <'\<f. con. ileat\ dumb «.'i;/ blind. 

U iloer.iUy, ofVi-riint, /?7--i/;i;j-'0J», Prcsiilonf, Rrv. 
.Jii'ii Wile!!!!- — ;!:n!ii ii^-m-ci .{.'III, lii:'t W(.-(Im (!.»(! ;iy i;i An- 
_ti*t — lf(J;-.Ml Leclii i;; t:o iiiiiiiMcc; S5C:io:!d Mo:idiy in 

A ii/ii<r. 

Mi.Ulihiry C I'hrro^ Prosid.-nt, Rev. Joshua Bitrs — 
(■o:n!i8j!!ii(M» III, 3 I 'vV'-il .o-(l ly i:i Auiiisl--Mi;(iical Icc- 
iiL:'- at \\\' .Vl'tlt.-.'i! I i-liiulii):», Wo.Kl-lnLJv. 

A'.';*7P^c'i, U iiv2r:>il'j, J\''jriolc'i, Aldeii Parl.-idgc, Prcsi- 

(l:?.'il. 

I):-::i^^ilh Cj'.ie'T-.HL'iojtr.J^ H. Pre>idnnt, Rev. Na- 
! r!i:i! L •rtl — l-.« miii -nc-ni -nf, i.i-<r Wednesday of July — 
.\i«d:i-.il Icciii L-s c »:nfii iic.o* 3 1 Tuesday after commence- 
meiit. 

VT~T2UP2R.AN"CS SOCIETY. 

Jcdiit'i i;i .L<.;» ii:s, P.- -vidint. 
E P W^.ilto I. .Vlo:i'|) liiT, Snerofary. 
J.uii-^.s .Sj'ildii r, d ) Ticnsiiror. 
AmhimI iiiK.-iii r ;i! Mo »'n 'lif^r. 3 1 T'l-^-day in October. 

VT C Jlj JiNiii.i. i i.jx'M ov_yUiiiTY. 

E'lji'i P.ii u', P.esid ii!. 

Chtjsi.T Wiijlit, Mu ilpelier, Secretary. 

D.init'l r>ild\vi:i, do Trrasiirt-r, 

_ Ai;uiiI .nv-li'i' at MoU;v>lier, 3d Wednesday in Oet. 
i --— - ' J _ 



m 

VT BIBLE SUClErV, 
Hon Benj Swift, President. 
Rev A C Washburn, Royalton, Secretary. 
Hon J Looniis, Montpelwr, Treasurer. 
Annual ineeiing at Montpelier, 3d Thursday in Oct. 

jmtTic on grt: ssi! 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Jtfaine, F O J Smith, George Evans, Moses Mason, 
Leonard Jarvis, Gorhani Parks, Joseph Hall, Jeremiah 
Bailey, John Fairfield. 

J^ew Hampshire^ Simuel Cushman,Benning M Bean, 
Franklin Pierce, Joseph Weeks, Robert Burns. 

Massachusetts, Abbott Lawrence, Stephen C Phillips, 
Caleb Cushins, Levi Lincoln, George GrenncU, George N 
Briggs, Wm B Calhoun, Wm Jackson, John Reed, John 
Cluincy Adams, Samuel Hoar, Nathaniel B Borden. 

Connecticut, Isaac Tousey. San»*l Ingham, Elisha Ha- 
ley, Zaimon Wildinan, Andrew T Judson, Lancelot 
P help's. . 

R'lode Isla^id, Ditnc J Pearce, William Sprague. 

Vermont, Hiland Hall, Wm Slade, Horace Everett, He- 
man Allen, Henry F Janes. 

JVeio York, Abrl Flunlington, Samuel Barton, C C Cam- 
breleng, John M'Kroii, Eli Moore, Aaron Ward, Abra- 
ham Bokec, John W Brown, Nicholas S'cklcs, Aarnr. 
Vandcrpool, Valentine EflT.ici, Hiram P Hunt, Gerrit Y 
Lansing, John Cramer, David Ru-isell, Dudley Farlin, 
Run? "iHGillet, Mutlhias J Bovae, Abijuli Maun, jr. 
? .lel Btardsley, John Turrill, Daniel WardwcH, Slwr- 
ujun Pai^e, Wdliam Seymour, Wm Mason, Jesfph Roy- 
noId.«, Siephen B Leonard, Wm Taylor, Wm K Fuller, 
Ulys^ci F Doubleday, Giaham H Cha|)in, Fiancii' Gran- 
ger, Jo.^hiia Lee, Timothy Child?, Geo W Lay, Philo C 
Fnller, Abner Hazollinc, Thomas C Love, Gideon Hard, 
Gideon Loe. 

J^dio Jersey, Philemon Dickorson, James Parker, Sam- 
uel Fowler, Fordinad S Schenek, Wm N Sliinn, Thomas 
L.-e. 

PennsyJv%^iM, Jof^l B Sutherland, James Harper, J R In- 
Sfr-oll, Michael W Ash, Edward Darlinjiton, D^vid 
Potts, jr. Matthias Morris, DD Wagener. Etlwaid B 
Huberly, H :iiry A Muhlmiburj;!)-, William Clark, Henry 
Logan, George Chjinl)crs, Josse Miller, Josi'|>h Heiulrr- 
so I, Audrsiw B lauiuont, J B Anthony, Jo!in Liporte, Job 



130 

Mann, J Klingensmith jr. Andrew Buchanan, T M T 
M'Kennon, Harmar Denny^ Samuel Harrison, John 
Banks, John Galbraith. 

Delaware^ John L Milligan. 

Maryland^ Isaac M'Kim, Benj C Howard, James Tur- 
ner, Francis Thomas, Daniel Jenifer, Geo C Washing- 
ton, John N Steele, James A Pearce. 

Virgmia. Henry A Wise, John Y Mason, John Rob- 
eitson, J Roane, John Taliaferro, Charles F Mercer, John 
M Palton, Geo E Drom^oole, John W Jones, Thos T B 
Bouldin, Walter Coles,'' Jaraes Garland, Nathaniel H 
Clairbone, Edward Lucas, James M H Beale, Robert 
Craig, G W Hopkins, Wm M'Comas, Joseph Johnson, 
Wrn S Morgan. 

J^orth Carolina, Jesse Speight, Ebenezer Pettigrew, Mi- 
cajah T Hawkins, J A Bynum, Wra Montgomery, James 
M'Kay, Edmund Deberry, Augustme H Sheppard, Abra- 
ham Rencher,"Henry W Connor, James Graham, L&wis 
Williams, Wm B Sbepard. 

SoHtk Carolina, Henry Pinckney, T W Pickens, R B 
Campbell, Jamps Rogers, James H Hammond, R J Man- 
ning, Wm J Grayson, John K Griffin, Waddy Thomp- 
son, jr. 

Georgia, John Coffee, Seaton Grantland, Charles E 
Haynes, Geo W B Towns, Geo W Owens, Thos Glas- 
cock, Jesse F Cleveland, Hopkins Holsey, J Jackson. 

^^labama, Dixon H Lewis, Josliua L Mariin, Reuben 
Chapman, Joab Lawler, Francis S Lyon. 

Mississippi — no returns. 

Louisiana, Rice Garland, Eleazer W Ripley, Henry 
Jackson. 

Tennessee, John Bell, Abram P Maury, Bailey Peyton, 
James K Polk, Adam Huntsman, Cave Johnson, E J 
Shields, W C Dunlap, Luke Lea, Wm B Carter, John B 
Forester, James Standifor, Samuel Bunch. 

Kentucky, Chilton Allen, John Chambers, William J 
Graves. Ricl)ard French, Jam€s Harlan, R M Johnson, 
John White, Benj Hardin, John Calhoon, Lyman Boyd, 
Albert G HaWus, Jas R Underwood, Sherrod Williams. 

Missouri, Wm H Ashley, Albert G Harrison. 

Illinois, Zadoc Casey, John Reynolds, Wm L May. 

Indiana, Amos Lane, J W Davis, John Carr, Jonathan 
M Carthy, Geo L Kinnard, Ewd A Hannegan, Ptatliff 
Boon. 



131 • 

Ohio, Bellamy Storer, Thomas Corwin, Wm K Bond, 
Elice Howell, Jonathan Slbanr, Elisha Whiltlesey, SarnI 
F Vinfon, Sampson Mason, Joseph H Crane, David 
Spangler, Wm Kennon, John Thompson, David Kilgore, 
John Chaney, Taylor Wehsfer, Thomas L Hamer, Wm 
Patterson, Benj Jones, Jeremiah M'Lene. 

Michigan, Isaac E Craiy. 

Arkansas, Ambrose H Sevier. »• 

Florida, Joseph M White. 



CONTENTS. 



Appointments legislative 

Aspects 

Army U S 

Almanac 

Attorneys 

Civil gov of Vl. 

Cycles 

Census U S 

Colleges 

Congress 24tb 

Courts U S Judges of 

" circuit 

" district 

" Vt. sup. Judges of 

" county Judges of 

" sessions of 
Councillors 
Clergy 

Customs officers of Vl. 
Eclipses 
Feasts moveable 
Farmer's Calendar 
Foreign Ministers 
Government U S 
Grand list form of 

" am't of each town 
Indians 
Indian Affairs 
Justices of the Peace 
Land Office 
Marine Department 
Members legislature 



128 

2 

62 

5 



Memoranda each month 
ISTavy department U S 
Pension office 
Posiaire rates of 



73 Post office dep.U S 
99 Postmasters in Vt. 
2 Population U S 
58 « of Vt. 
128 «* each town in Vt. 
64 129 Physicians 

68 Plane's characters of 
68 Representative no. U S 
68 Salaries fees see reg 1834 
106 Seasons com. of 



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59 

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Yv A L T O N' S 

^^ERMONT REGISTER 

AND 

FARMER'H ALMANAC, 



Jalculafe-d for llie Meridian of Montpeatr, Lat. 44^ 17' N. and 
Long. 4° 26' E. from the ca|jitol at Wasliington. 



ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS BY 

Z A D O C K THOMPSON, A. M. 



MONTPELIER: 

PUBLISHED BY E. P. WALTON & SON. 



As several alterations have been made in the Astronomical 
Calculations for the present year and the whole adapted to mean 
time, some explanations may not be improper. _ I 

Mean time is that shown by a well regulated clock, or time- 
piece. Apparent time is that shown by a correct sun^dial The 
difference between mean and apparent time, is called the equa- 
tion of time. The equation of tmie depends upon two causes : 

1. The obliquity of the ecliptic to the equator, which causes an 
inequality in the daily increments of the sun^s right ascension. 

2. The unequal motion of the earth in its orbit, while the motion 
on its axis is uniform. Mean and apparent time coincide only- 
four times in the year, viz. on the 15th of April, the 15th of June, 
the 31st of August and the 24th ofDecertfber. 

It has been customary to give the rising and setting of the sun 
according to apparent time, and in another column to give the. 
equation of lime. In that case it was necessary, in regulating a ; 
clock or timepiece, by the rising or setting of the sun, to apply 
the equation to the time of rising, or setting, given in the Alma- 
nac, and also the amount of refraction, which in our latitude var- 
ies from 2 to 4 mmutes. But as this matter is little understood, 
and is attended by some trouble, no notice is usually taken of 
these corrections, and in their endeavors to make their tiraepiecy 
es agree with the sun, peop'e find it necessary, if they run cor- 1 
rectly, to alter them almost every day. I 

In the following Calendar the time of the sun's rising and set- ' 
ting are the times shown by a correct timepiece, when the sun is 
in the horizon. The column marked ^ South, contains the 
times by the timepiece when the sun is on the meridian, or, in 
other words, when it is noon by a coirect noonniark or dial. For 
example, when it is noon by the sun on the 1st day of Januarv, it 
should be 4 minutes after 12 o'clock by the timepiece. Again, 
when It is noon by the sun on the Istcfay of November, it should 
be only 44 minutes past 11 o'clock by the timepiece. The oth- 
er matters are so plain as to need no explanation. 



JVames and Characters of the Planets. 



>^@The Sun. 
(§ ) The Moon. 
'^ Mercurv 



? Venus. 
© Earth. 
^ Mars. 



If Jupiter. 
^ Saturn. 
>jiHerschel. 



IVames and characters of the signs of tht Zodiac. 

T Aries 1 ^1^= Libra ys* Capricorn's I 25 Cancer 

n Gemini :^ Saggitarius iX Scorpio ^ Taurus 

nLeo I OC Aquarius ng Virgo X Pisces. 

JS''anies and characters of the aspects. 

Q Ascending Node. ^Descending Node. 

d Conjunction, or in the same longitude. 

D Quartile, or differing 3 signs in longitude. 

8 Opposition, or differing 6 signs in longitude. 



Chronological Cycles. 

Dominical Letter, A I Solar Cycle, 26 

Golden Number, 14 | Roman Indiction, . 10 

Epact, 23 I Julian Period, . &560 

Moveable Feasts, 

Septuagesima Sunday, J^"- 22. 

Q,uinquagesima Sunday, Feb, 5. 

Ash Wednesdav, 1st day of Lent, Feb. 8. 

EASTER DAY, March 26. 

Low Sunday, April 2. 

Rogation Sunday, April 30. 

Ascension Day, or Iloly Thursday, May 4. 

Whit Sunday, May 14. 

Trinity Sunday, May 21. 

Advent Sunday, Dec. 3. 

Commencement of the seasons. 

Spring begins March 20th. 2h 33m evening. 
Summer begins June 2Ist, llh 47ni morning. 
Autumn begins Sept. 23d, Ih 41m morning. 
Winter begins Dec. 21st, 7h 3m evening. 

Eclipses of the Sun and Moon. 
There will be five eclipses in the year 1837, three of the sun 
and two of themooq. 

I. The first will be an eclipse of the Sun, on the 5th day of 
April, invisible. This eclipse will be seen only from a small 
portion nf the Southern Ocean. 

II. The second will be a total eclipse of the Moon on the 20th 
day of April. This eclipse will end a little before the moon ris- 
es, and will not therefore be visible at Montpelier. 

III. The third will be a partial eclipse of the Sun on the 4th 
day of May, invisible at Montpelier. Conjunction at 2h 12m in 
the evening. This ellipse will be seen from the northwestern 
part of North America and from the Northern Ocean. 

IV. The fourth will be a total eclipse of the Moon on the 13th 
day of October, visible as follows : 

Beginning 4h 40 m ^ 

Moon rises 5 17 | 

Begining of total dark. 5 41 I Meantime 
Middle of the eclipse 6 27 [ Evening. 
End of total darkness 7 13 
End of the echpse 8 13 J 

Duration of total darkness Ih 32m. Duration of the eclipse 3h 
33m. Digits eclipsed 18 10-3 on the Moon^s North Limb, or 
from the south side of ths earth's shadow. 

V. The fifth will be a partial and invisible eclipse of the Sun, 
on the 29th day of October. This eclipse will be seen from the 
southern extremity of South America and from most of the 
Souihern Ocean. 



1837. J JANUARY, first month . 

farmer's calendar. 
"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 grain ; 
Be content with your lot and never complain." 

The orbs of heaven pursue their courses, the sea- 
sons walk tlieir round, and creation fulfils the desifjn 
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 
wandering out of the way. Hence the necessity "of! 
continually setting before him his duty, and of endeav- 
ouring by persuasion, by flattery, and by every other 
means, to induce him to act, in some measure as he 
should do. But what can I say, that I have not al- 
ready 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 see mankind still 
persisting in the errors we have endeavoured to com- 
bat. We see farmers stiil pursuing what they are 
pleased to call tl^e goi)d old way, 

*Rnd tread the steps their fathers trod, 
fully resolved to have nothinir to do with t?ie improve- 
frtents of these degenerate times. We see idlers about 
our streets — dissipation still staggering down the road 
of wretchedness — and innocence reduced, by the vices 
of others, to the most abject state of misery and want. 
These things are against us ; but we will not despair. 

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 duly— we'll teach ihein the way, 
And clear our uvjn skirts, if they do not obey. 

As I have room, I would just hint, in this place, that 
the evenings are now long — that you have a number 
of good books, (or had ought to have) and have a 
Newspaper weekly xoithout borrowing of your neigh- 
bors — and that you and your lamily have minds which 
need improvement. "A word to tlie wise is sufficient." 



»irm'rsi-"W!frs'vmy*immmtaiamBmmmrmiiir^m' iwfi n— — — — «B»»»;B»gM«a 



31 davs 



JANUARY 



1S3- 



Dark flilting round a mouldering tower, 
I spied a strangely awful form, 

And swifter moved the hastening power, 
And louder roared the crashing storm. 



©New Moon 6th day, 6h 
D First Quarter 13th day, 

QFuW Moon 21st day, 2h 
d Last Quarter 29th day, 



36m evening. 
Oh 21m evening. 
55m evening. 
Ih 40m evening. 






<> CALENDAR. ASPECTS. &C. 


* 


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4 


) 


r? 


s <l 


rises 


sets sou 


PLjr 6t s 


1 A 1st S af Christ. Circ.7 39' 


4~29 


12 


=£^ 


1 13 


2 2 D f? d 


7 39 


4 29 


12 


4 


R 


2 23 


3 3 Battle of Princeton '77 


7 39 


4 30 


12 


5 


^ 


3 41 


4 4 D ? d 


7 39 


4 31 


12 


5 


t 


5 3 


5 5 D runs low S 


7 39 


4 32 


12 


6 


t 


6 23 


6 


6 EiDiphany ©Perigee. 


7 39 


4 33 


12 


6 


V9 


) set 


7 


7,D> 6 


7 39 


4 34 


12 


7 


VS 


5 17 


8 


A 1st vS af Epiphany 


7 38 


4 35 


12 


7 


A,V 


6 41 


9 


■2 l)ft^6 


7 38 


4 37 


12 


8 


/W 


8 7 


10 


3 Stamp act 1765 


7 38 


4 38 


12 


8 


X 


9 26 


11 


4 


7 3S 


4 39 


12 


8 


K 


10 43 


12 


5 




7 3s 


4 40 


12 


9 


T 


1154 


13 


6 




7 37 


4 41 


12 


9 


Cp 


morn 


14 


7 Peace ratified 1815 


7 36 


4 42 


12 


9 


y 


1 5 


15 


A 2d S af Epiphany 


7 36 


4 44 


12 


10 


y 


2 14 


16 


2| 


7 35 


4 45 


12 


10 


y 


3 21 


17 


3 Franklin horn 1706 


7 34 


4 46 


12 


10 


n 


4 29 


18 


4 D runs high N 


7 34 


4 48 


12 


11 


n 


5 30 


19 


51 


7 33 


4 49 


12 ] 


11 


S6 28 


20 


6 '^ Gr Elong ©Apogee 


7 32 


4 50 


12 ] 


11 


22,7 19 


21 


7 ? Q Louis XVI behead. 


7 S2 


4 52 


12 ] 


12 


1 

=io 1 ) ris. 


22 


A Sepuatg. SD 2| d [1793 


7 31 


i 53 


12 ] 


[2 


^'5 37 


23 


2 


D ^d 


7 30 


4 54 


12 ] 


12 


a '6 42 


24 


8 




7 30 


4 56 


12 ] 


13 


l!]7 7 49 


25 


4 


Conv. St. Paul. ? perig. 


7 29 


4 57 


12 ] 


13 


nj^8 53 


26 


5 


^ Stat. 


7 27 


4 59 


12 ] 


13 


n^9 58 


27 


6 




7 26 


5 


12 ] 


13 


=^11 7 


28 


7 


/Ver «/ie Great d. 1725 


7 25 


5 1 


12 ] 


13 


rCbJmorn 


29 


A 


Sexagesima Sunday 


7 24 


5 2 


12 ] 


13 


ni;o 15 


SO 


2 


D »?d 


7 245 4 


12 ] 


14 


TTtJl 24 


31 


3 


■ 


7 235 5 


12 ] 


14 


t '2 40 



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1837. FEBRUARY, second month . 

farmer's calendar. 
Now winter reigns, triumphant reigns-, 

O'er all the regions round; 
The earth is held in icy chains ; 

The snows o'erspread the ground t 
But while the tempest rages dire, 

And shakes his tot'iing dome, 
The happy farmer trims his fire 

Rejoicing in his home. 



Old Boreas had a fine frolic last night with the ne*v 
fallen snows. The roads completely ] docked up — no 
trace of the old patlis to be seen ! Come boys, let us 
be stirring — yoke the team — rally the neighbors — and 
let us open the roads that the poor traveller may go 
on his way rejoicing, and not be hindered here to up- 
braid us for a want of energy and public spirit. TFe 
will. not imitate the conduct of our neighbor Mean- 
^irit below here, who never stirs out-a-door after a 
snow storm till his neighbors have beaten a good path 
for him, because he knows that their business will 
compel them to do it. He has the reputation as far as 
he ig known, of being a selfish, niggardly, mean spirit- 
ed fellow, and he just.y deserves the appellation he 
bears. 

Now, while there is a plenty of snow and the sled- 
ding good, is the time to replenish your woodhouse.— 
Neighbor Thoughtless is in the habit of neglecting 
this business till the snow is nearly or quite gone, and 
I need not inform you that he always finds hard sled- 
I ding. But says one, '" I have no woodhouse." Then 
I can tell you that you are not overstocked -Rnth e- 
conomy — that you are without a very necessary arti- 
cle. But this is no excuse for you to neglect to lay in 
I a store of fuel, and to let your wife and children suf- 
i fer with cold. Attend now to your sledding and erect 
a woodhouse as soon as possible. 



To prevent the bleeding of Vijies. — If a piece of 
moistened bladder be folded over the end of the vine 
which is cut, and then bound tightly round with pack- 
thread, it will effectually prevent bleeding. 



28 davs 



FEBRUARY 



1837 



'TuUi time, on tirey piniuns driven. 
For vollied lightnings rent tlie sky ; 

The clouds with hissing bolis were riven, 
iind ruin rolled in thunder by. 



©New Moon 5th day, 5h iSm morning. 
T> First Quarter 12th da}^, 4h 48m morning. 
OFull Moon 20th dav, 9h 33m morning. 
D Last Quarter 28th day, Oh 41m morning. 



o 

s 

4 

5| 
6 
7' 
8' 
9 
10 

n; 

12 
13 
14 
15 

16' 
17 

18 
19| 

20 
21 

22: 
2J 
24: 
25; 
26' 

27; 

28! 



CALE^^DAR, ASPECTS, &C. 



rises 



* 

sets 



* 
south 



^^8 

D runs low S 

1> $ 6 

5}c y c$ Inf. ©perig 
Quinquagesima Sun. 
* ^ d D ^ d iiivas. of 
[lolmid 1831 
Ash Wed. 1st day lent. 
Capture of insurgents 
[1799 

1st S in Lent. 
Revolution in England 
[1688 
D runs high N 
y Stat, ©apogee. 
5 ? c^ 
D U6 

2d S in Lent 
Gar rick horn 1716 

Washington born 1732 

^ Stat. 

Battle of TFarsaw 1831 

3d S in Lent 



22 

20 

19 

17 

16 

14 

13 

12 

11 

10 

8 

6 

5 

3 

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6 57 
6 56 
6 55 
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14 

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Tt| morn 


TT[ 30 


^ 


1 46 



Venus will be morning star till May 21stj thence 
evening star till the end of the vear. 



A2 



1837. MARCH, third month. 



FARMER S CALENDAR. 

See ! from our clime now surely winter flies ; 
And see the source of Light and Life uprise ; 
Yet storms will come and winds impetuous rush, 
And hailstones rattle through the buddmg brush, 
And night foll'n lambs require the farmer's care, 
And teeming ewes that still tlieir burthens bear. 



" How hard the times are, and how scarce money is .'" 
But what is the ground of this complaint? It is ne- 
cessary that Tve should know the cause of the evil, if 
we wish ro remedy it. Running headlong into debt, 
is the sin which so easily besets us, and it is this for 
which w^e smart, and some of us so severely that I 
hope we shall profit by our bitter experience. But so 
long as we ar-e guided by fancy instead of reason — so 
long as we are ruled implicitly by the mandates of the 
fickle goddess Fashion — or pay our daily devotions at 
the shrine of Bacchus — just so long we shall tremble 
at the sight of a constable or sheriff, and just so long 
shall we be obliged to make the {^iable complaint of 
" Hard times ! — Money is scarce /" 

If you have the curse of debt upon you, retrench 
from your expenses and redouble your exertions, and 
if, by the blessings of providence, you succeed in ex- 
tricating yourself, profit by your sufferings — avoid 
debt and we shall hear you no more complain of JH«r<i 
Times. 



Deference is the most complicate, the most indirect, 
and most elegant of all compliments. 

Is it not the wound our pride sustains by being de- 
ceived, that makes us more averse to hj'pocrites, than 
to the most audacious and barefaced villain .'* Yet it 
seems as much a piece of justice to commend a man 
for talking more honest than he acts, as it is to blame 
a man for acting more dishonestly than he talks. The 
sum of the whole, however, is that the one adds to 
other crunes by deceit, and the other by his impu- 
dence. 



31 days 



MARCH 



1S37 



Then came a voice like rivers peui, 
Between two mountains' craggy sides, 

Like Erie, o'er its cascade sent, 
And hoaiser than the ocean tides. 



©New Moon 6th day, 3h S9m evening. 

D First Quarter 13tli day llh 18m evening. 

OFull Moon 22d day, 2h 6m morning. 

d Last Quarter 29th dav, 8h 27m morning. 



OlOj '■ I >L^ 

g I ^ .CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C.' ^ 



jrises sets SDUlh 



^1 ^ 



'i 

i 

\ 
6. 
7i 
8 
9 

10 6 

11 7 

12 a 

13 2 

14 3 

15 4 

16 5 

17 6 



18 
19 

20 
21 

22 
23! 

24' 



D runs Jow S 
? gr elong. 

T> ^ 6 ©per. 
4th S in Lent $ U 6 



IVellington defeated the 
[French 1814 
^ aphelion 
? aphelion 
5th S in Lent 
Priestly born 11 S3 
$ aphelion 
D runs liigh N. 
©apogee 

© $ conj. ? l/iconj. 
Merc. & fjiconj. <^ stat 
S before Kaster 
5|c enters T 



3 


40 


3 


37 


6 


36 


6 


34 


6 


33 


i3 


3] 


6 


29 


6 


27 


6 


25 


6 


23 


6 


21 


6 


19 


6 


18 


6 


16 


6 


14 


6 


13 


6 


11 


6 


9 


6 


7 



25 


7 


26 


A 


27 


2 


28 


3 


29 


4 


30 


5 


31 


6 



^ 2^ conj. 
Good Friday. 
© ^ conj. 
Easter Day. 

D runs low S. 



4 
2 
59 
57 
55 
53 
51 
49 
47 
45 



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5 
5 
5 
5 
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6 

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6 

6 

6 

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6 

6 

6 

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4712 



48 
50 
51 
53 



12 
12 
12 
12 



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5512 

5712 

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l'l2 

212 

812 

4'l2 

5'l2 

6|l2 

812 

I oil 2 

11|12 

1212 

1312 

15|i2 

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23 
24 



5 44 6- 25 



12 
12 
12 

12 



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12 V5 

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1837. APRIL, fourth month. 



FARMER S CALENDER. 
Spring, lovely spring, returns again 
To strew her beauties o'er the plain, 

And ev'ry charra display; 
To warm the 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, 
which overflow the meadows, and enrich the teeming 
earth." Vegetation, which has lain dormant through 
the winter, is again waking to life ; flowers burst frrih 
their embryo state to ciothe the forests and the mead- 
ows with beauty, and the birds fill the air with the 
melody of their note?. 

Come, let us be stirring, and not be tlie only idle 
beings in the v\^orId ! The good husbandhian has now 
Sufficient inducement to stimulate him to industry 
Yv^ithout being continually pricked up like a dull ox.~ 
Fences and stone walls want repairing. 

The happiness of a country does not depend on the 
circumstances of the inhabitants being few or manj'^, 
but on the proportion which they bear to the supply 
of necessaries, conveniences and enjoyments at their 
disposal. A nation having only ten millions of people, 
might be decidedly more powerful th^n a nation with 
twenty millions, if they were less instructed, less in=- 
dustrious, or less rich. But, other things being the 
same, there can be no doubt that the pohtical power 
and importance of a nation, will be m a very great de- 
gree dependent on the amount of its population. 

Ring Worm. — After I had the tetter nearly twenty 
years on my hand, and had used dollars worth of cel= 
ebrated tetter ointment, which took off the skin re- 
peatedly without effecting a cure, a friend advised me 
to obtain som.e Blood Root, (called also Red Root, In- 
dian Paint, &c.) to slice it in vinegar, and afterwards 
wash the place affected with the liquid. 1 did so, and 
in a few days the dry scurf was removed, and my dis- 
eased hand was as whole as the other. — Am. Fai\ 



1 
1 
















__^ 


1 30 days APRIL 


1837 


1 "Oh, sluggard ! while thy 


ife but dreams, 




; Its every pulse of pleasure 


5 dead 




1 In slumber i while the morning beams 




! Play round thy head — 




; @Ne\v Moon 5th day, 2h SOni ujominc^ 




1 D First Quarter 12th day, 


6h £3m even 


ng. 


OFuU Moon 20lh day, 3h 


49 ra evening- 




d Last Quarter 27th day, 


2h 7ni evenino^. 


2 


o 

^ jCALENDAR, ASPECTS, &>C. 


rises 


sets 


© .) 

south PL 


) 

r &s 


1 7[ J) >J^conj. ©per 


5 43 6 25 


12 


4 0X:4 8 1 


2 ^1 First S a f Easter 


5 4i 6 27 


12 


4X 


4 44 


o SJMerc. & ? conj. Ifstat. 


5 3916^8 


12 


S>£ 


o 6 


4 3j § $ conj. 


5 37 


6 29! 12 


3 V 


5^ 33 


5 4:Sun eclipsed, inviyible 


5 35 


6 31!I2 


3!^ 


t set 


6 5J 


5 33 


6 82 12 


2;« 


8 31 


7 6 


5 31 


6 S3:i2 


2'b 


9 43 


8 ?! 


5 CO 


6 3412 


2jb; 


10 53 


9 A 2d S af faster 


5 28 


6 3612 


2 n 'morn! 


10 2 ^ runs high N 


5 26 


6 37;12 


I n 1 1 


11 3; 


5 25 


6 3812 


1 S3 1 3 


12 4 H Clay horn '76 


5 24 


6 39 12 


]^[l 50 


13 5 D l^coni #ap 


5 22 


6 4012 


1 


^•0.2 33 


14 


6 J ^conj 


5 20 


6 41 12 


C 


PJ3 7 


15 


7,>^im & Merc. conj. Gup. 


5 IS 


6 42 12 


c 


^3 34 


16 


A 3d D al" Easter 


5 IGJG 44 12 


(- 


"J 3 50! 


17 


^■Franklin died '90 


5 156 45 12 





f'3Z 


4 16 


18 


3 


Merc.Q 


5 136 46 11 


5Q 


'5 


4 35 


19 


4 




5 116 47,11 


59 


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4 50 


20 


5 


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5 96 4911 


59 


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6 


D Tpconj. 


5 86 5011 


59 


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8 8 


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5 6 


6 51 11 


58 


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23 


A 


4tli S af Easter 


5 4 


8 52 11 


58; 


1041 


24 


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Mercury per. 


5 3 


6 5311 


58,; 


! 1 52 


25 


3 


D runs low S 


5 1 


6 54 1 1 


58 Vj? 


morn 


26 


4 




5 06 55 11 


58 V5' 


54 1 


27 


5 


Oper 


4 58 6 56 1 1 


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1 40 


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57^X0 


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4 55|6 5911 


57 X 


2 47 


30 


^ 


Rogation Sunday^ 


4 54 


7 


11 


57 


X 


3 11 



aeoeiiasaBBSsi 



1837. MAY, fifth month. 

farmer's calendar. 
" Woen your lands are prepared, you may, 'f you please, 
Finish sowing your barlev, your flax, oats and peas ; 
By the tenth plant potatoes — by the fifteenth your corn, 
And see that your sheep in good season are shorn." 



At this season, the following axioms may suggest 
some profitable hints to those v»'hose business it is to 
cuklvate the soil. 

1 . Despise not your ovv^n profession, but regard it as 
all should doj the first in respectability and importance. 

2. Do not attempt to cultivate more land than you 
ran stock and manure to advantage. Remember it is 
belter to till 30 acres well than 100 in a slov^enly man- 
ner. What you cannot improve do not undertake to 
cultivate. Cultivate what you attempt to^ cultivate 
well — the rem.ainder of your lands will ^neld the most 
profit in firewood and timber. Large pastures may 
be profitable with no other labour than what is neces- 
sary to keep them clear of bushes; but to run over 
20 acres of plough land, or mowing land for what, 
with good cultivation, may be obtained from five, is 
the very quintescence of tolly and bad husbandry. 

3. Endeavor to raise good grair^ for it will always 
sell for a good price, even in years of plenty ; where- 
as it is only in seasons of scarcity that there is a de- 
mand for grain of an inferior quality. 

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

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

Thi'se 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 
4ieatness and fertility of a garden, w^hile the remainder 
run up to beautiful groves, affording an abundance of 
firewood and timber, with increased profit to the pos- 
sessor. 



31 days 



MAY 



1837 



What joy ! to catch the fragrant gales, 
Wi'h pinions sweeping as they play, 
O'er each fair flowVet that exhales 
The breath of May. 



0New Moon 4th day, 2h I2m evening. 
D First Quarter I9th day, Oh 49m evening. 
OFuU Moon 20th day, 2h 38m morning. 
d Last Quarter 26th day, 7h llm evening. 



°1 


°l 


o 


© 1 © 


© 1 


D 


1 D 


^1^^! 


CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 


rises! sets south iPLir &- s 


1 


2 




4 53j7 J 1 


1 57 X. 3 34 


2 


3 




4 527 2 1 


1 57 T 


3 48 


34! 




4 507 4 1 


1 57^ 


4 10 


4' 5 


Sun eel. © ^ conj. Asc. 


4 497 5 1 


1 57: b; 


P set 


5 6 




4 477 6 1 


1 56 « 


8 34 


6 7 


(3J&,Merc.conj. 


4 457 7 1 


1 56 n 


9 43 


7 a 


S af Ascension 


4 447 8 1 


1 56 n 


10 47 


8 2 


D runs high N 


4 437 9 1 


1 56'. 5S 


1145 


9 3 


Columbus sailed from 


4 417 11 1 


1 56,25 


morn 


10 4 


[Cadiz, 1501 


4 397 IS 1 


1 56(25 30 

1 56;aii 4 


U 5 


9 2/ conj. 9ap 


4 387 14 1 


12 6 


D J conj. 


4 377 15 1 


1 56 a: 1 35 


13 7 


Mercury gr elong. 


4 367 16 1 


1 Se^njl 2 51 


14 a 


Whit Sunday 


4 347 18 1 


1 56,rrg 2 19 


15 2 




4 337 19 1 


1 56m 2 37 


16 3 




4 327 20 1 


1 56 =-=2 57 


17 4 




4 817 21 1 


1 56;=^ 3 13 


18 5 


© ? conj 


4 307 22 1 


1 56|ni 3 33 


19 6 


D ^ conj 


4 297-23 1 


1 56il11 3 55 


20 7 


Columbus died 1506 


4 287 24 1 


1 56:^ 1 D ris. 


SlA 


Trinity Sunday 


4 277 25 1 


1 56|^ 9 37 


22 2 


D runs low S 


4 26 7 26 1 


1 56;V5' 10 43 


23 3 


<^ perigee 


4 257 27 1 


1 56;^ 1137 


24 4 




4 257 28 1 


1 56, V5' morn 


25 5 


Mercury stationary 


4 247 29 1 


1 57 


- 19 


26 6 


D i^conj 


4 247 30 1 


1 57 


^ 53 


27 


7 


D Q 


4 237 31 1 


1 57 


K;l 17 


28 


A 


1st S af Trinity 


4 23|7 31 1 
4 22|7 32 1 


1 57 


X 1 40 


29 


2 


<^^a. 


1 57 


T 2 2 


30 


3 




4 217 33 1 


1 57 


T 


2 20 


31 


4 




4 217 33 1 


1 57 


« 


2 38 



1837. JUNE, sixth month. 



FARMER S CALENDAR, 
" O'er heaven's bright azure now with joyful eyes 
The farme! sees dark clouds ac&embling rise 5 
Borne o'er his fields a heavy torrent falls, 
And strikes the earth with hasty driving squalls, 
"Right welcome down ye precious drop>, " he cries, 
But soon, too soon, the partial blessing flies." 



A continual dropping weareth away stones, said 

ithe wise preacher of Israel. But mind ye ! the drop- 

Iping must all be in one place to effect this, and not be 

I scattered like the blows of my neighbor Thorndike's 

ijaxe, now here and then there, all around his place. — 

IBy this means he does not cut and split as much wood 

i and as many rails as he v»'ants for his own use, though 

I he seems to be at it half his time. Neighbor T. Is not 

j indolent. No. I went to see him the other day, — 

I called at his house — was told he l:ad gone down to Iiis 

; quarry before day — went thither — some one had been 

slat work — half & dozen stones had been newly turned 

H out— le^.rned from a boy he had gone to the other side 

■■of his place to mend a piece of bad road — went there 

i — he had been to work, and had drawn in a load of 

'gravel and a few logs, just enough to make it worse — 

■ but was gone, as I learned from a black man, who was 

: trying to get his cart over the place, half a mile up 

i the s.wamp, where he had some timber for rails. I 

jlbllowed and arrived at the place just as he hadshoul- 

||dered his axe, and was marching oft, having got out| 

l-labout a dozen rails. He told me he had a bridge to j 

|i tnerd. a fence to put up and some corn to weed that i 

1 1 day, so I left him as soon as possible. But none of| 

I : these things were fully accomplished, though his inter- j 

II est wei-e suffering on Vne account ; yet all these thing's j 

1; might have been accomplished had he attempted biiti 

^ one thing at a time. 1 



Be cautious not to consider a person as your supe- 
rior, merely because he is your superior in the point of 
! assurance. This has ofteu depressed the spirit of a 
I person of desert and diffidence. 



i 30 days 



JUNE 



183t 



What joy! to hear the quaver'd song, 
That shames the brovr of sloth and care, 
In grateful numbers float along 

The peopled air. 



#New Moon 3d day, 2h 54m morning. 
D First Quarter 11th day, 5h 40m morning. 
O^'ull Moon 18th day, llh 2m morning, 
■d Last Quarter 25th day, ih 9m morning. 



CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C 



J.® 

inses 



sets 



south 



^1 ^ 
PLir & s 



I 


|5; 


4 20 


7 34 


11 


57 


b '3 4 


2 


«! 


4 20 


7 35 


11 


58 


n^3 27 


3! 7 D ? conj D &,Mer.conj 


4 20 


7 36 


11 


58 


n ! D set 


4| A 2d S at' Trinity 


4 19 


7 37 


11 


58 


n 9 33 


5 2]) runs high N. Merc. 


4 19 


7 37 


11 


58 


2S 10 23 


6 3 (g)&Merc.conj.inr.[aphe 


4 18 


7 38 


11 


58 


2o 11 *2 


7 4 # apogee 


4 18 


7 38 


U 


58 


U 11 S5 


8 5 D 2^ conj. 


4 18 


7 S9 


u 


59 


•^'morn 


9 6 D $ conj. 


4 18 


7 40 


u 


59 


ao 1 


10 7 i 


4 18 


7 40 


11 


59 


^ 23 


U 


A 3d S an'rifiity 


4 17 


7 41 


u 


59 


f^O 41 


12 


2i 


4 n 


7 41 


11 


59 


=^0 59 


13 


3 J^^stat. 


4 n 


7 42 


12 





— 1 16 


14 


4| 


4 17 


7 42 


12 





-!l 36 


15 


5 D ^ conj. 


4 17 


7 45 


12 





^'1 58 


16 


6! 


4 17 


7 43 


12 





^2 g4 


17 


7; 


4 17 


7 43 


12 





^2 59 


18 


A 4th Saf Trinity 


4 17 


7 44 


12 


1 


^ 1 D ris. 


19 


2 D runs low S 


4 18 


7 44 


12 


1 


V^'g 30 


20 


3 # Perigee 


4 18 


7 44 


12 


1 


vs'iiois 


21 


4 ©enters® 


4 18 


7 44 


12 


1 


ox 10 56 


22 


5 


4 19 


7 45 


12 


2 


^|M 11 


23 


6 D J^iconj 


4 19 


7 45 


12 


2 


X 1142 


24 


7 JVativ. St. John Bap. 


4 19 


7 45 


12 


2 


Xmorn 


25 


A 5th S afTrin 


4 19 


7 45 


12 


2 


TO 3 


26 


^! 


4 19 


7 45 


12 


2 


TO 24 


27 


3 




4 20 


7 45 l2 


3 


y'o 43 


28 


4 




4 20 


7 45 12 


3 


«i'l 8 


29 


5 




4 21 


7 45 12 


3 


« 1 35 


30 


6 


D Merc. conj. Mer.gr.el. 


4 21 


7 45112 


3 


n 2 7 



1837. JULY, seventJi month 



FARMER S CALENDAR. 
Ten thousand tliousund insects gay, 
Warm'd by the sun's enlivening ray, 

Awal<e to life and joy : 
Hark I hear the nv<|\v-man whet his scvthe, 
All now are merry, gay and blithe, 

Not one vvi'bouc employ. 



Come, wife, let us broach the barrel of hop beer ! — 
"We are about to begin our hayhig, and are determin- 
ed to make tliis beverage a substitute for ardent spirits 
this season. Since we have declaimed so loudly a- 
j gainst the use of spiritous liquors, if we do not incul- 
! cate the same by our example, our neighbours will 
think wc are more vsnlling to be fools ourselves, than 
to have others so. 



Beware of tattling; or more poetically, 

"Talk not of others' business ; but beware 

Of whom you talk, to whom, of what, and where." 

If we blow the coals of others' strife, it would not 
be strange if some of the sparks should fly in our fa- 
ces. It is much the best to mind our own business, 
and the most effectual wav to make others mind theirs. 



A woman never appears so truly amiable as in re- 
tirement; her virtues shine with double lustre. 

Do i»ot idly imagine that, by running to public pla- 
ces, you will have a better chance of marrying. If a 
woman is ever so beautifuL being seen too often makes 
her cheap in the eyes of men. She who is hut rarely 
seen, men covet most to see, and her chance of behig 
happily married is much greater. 



Anger destroys Reason. — When a man is angry it 
will answer no good purpose to aitempt to argue a 
point with him, or to try to convince him that he is 
wrong, citiicr in practice or in principU'. You nuist 
wait till the y)aroxysm of passion has subsided, and the 
impatient sufferer becomes again a rational being. 



31 days JUL^ 


Y 

r the e 




1837 




Each season hath charms fo 


ye, 




In each, Jesus' goodness we scan ; 




In the blood-tinctured hues of the sky 




We read his deep suff'rings for man. 




#New Moon 2d day, 4h 40m evening. 




D First Quarter lOtli day, 8h 20m eveninfr. | 


OFull Moon 17th day, 6ii Im evening. 




a Last Quarter 24th day, 9h 1 7m morning. 


1-^ 





1 C^ 

CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. -^^ 

' ' rises 


© 




) 
th 


) 


) 


S 


<; 


sets isoLi 


?L|r & s 1 


^ 


7 ©farthest trom earth 4 22 7 45 


12 


3n 


2 53 


2 


A '6th Saf Trinity 4 22 7 45 


12 


4's 


D set 


3 




D runs high N 4 23 7 45 


12 


4ffi 


9 


4 




) o conj. '4 23 7 45 


12 


425 


9 33 


5 


4 


©apogee 4 34 7 44 


12 


4^ 


10 3 


6 


5 


D If conj. 4 24 7 44 


12 


4 a 


10 24 


7 


6 


14 25 7 44 


12 


5M 


10 43 


8 


7 


D c^conj. '4 26 7 44 


12 


5'm 


11 1 


9 


A 


TchSaf Trinity 4 27 7 43 


12 


SjtiJZ 


11 18 


10 


2 


4 27 7 43 


12 


5 


-r\- 


11 35 


11 


3 


4 28 7 42 


12 


5 


=£h 


11 54 


12 4 


D T?coni. 4 28 7 4212 


5 


^ 


morn 


13 5 


4 29 7 41 


!2 


5 


^ 


19 


14 6 


4 30 7 41 


12 


5 


^ 


51 


15 7 


Tpstat 4 31 7 40 12 


6 


^ 


1 29 


16 A 


8th S af Trinity 


4 32 7 39|12 


6 


Y9 


2 26 


17 2 


]> runs low S. 


4 33 7 3812 


6 


\? 


D ris. 


18 3 


#perigee 


4 34 7 37 12 


6 


/W 


8 57 


19 4 




4 35 7 36 12 


6 




9 20 


20 5 


Merc.peri. D >J^conj. 


4 36 7 35 12 


6 


X 


9 45 


21 6 


Inquisition re-establish- 


4 37 7 34 12 


6 


)£ 


10 7 


22 7 


[ed in Spain 1814 


4 38 7 33 12 


6 


Cp 


1021 


23 


A 


9th Saf Trinity 


4 39 7 33 12 


6|T 


10 47 


24 


2 




4 40 7 32 12 


6:8 


11 10 


25 


3 




4 41 7 31 12 


6 b 


1135 


26 


4 




4 42 7 30 1 2 


6'b( 


morn 


27 


5 


? If conj. 


4 '43 7 29 12 


en 


6 


28 


6 


©Merc.cohj.sup. 


4 45 7 27 12 


en 41 


29 


7 


]) runs high N 


4 46 7 26 12 


ess 1 29 


30 A lOrh S at" Trinity 


4 47 7 25 12 


6 2d' 2 22 


31 2 


4 48 7 24 12 


6 2d 3 20 



1 837. AUGUST, eighth month. 

farmer's calendar. 
" And now the farmer quits his elbow chair, 
Flies to the field the genial toil to share, 
To turn the swarth, the quiv'ring load to rear. 
Or pi}' the busy rake the land to clear; 
Summer's light garb itself so cumbrous grown, 
Each his thin doublet in the shade throws doWB." 



Some one in casting lip his accounts, put down a ve- 
ry large sum per annum for his idleness. But there is 
another account more awful than that of our expenses, 
in which many w^ill find that their idleness has mainly 
contributed to the balance against them. From its 
very inaction, idleness ultimately becomes the most ac- 
tive cause of evil ; as a palsy is more to be dreaded 
than a fever. The Turks have a proverb which says 
The devil tempts all other men, but that idle men tempt 
the devil. 

Drive your haying and harvesting and not let that 
drive you. Now there is my neighbor Doubty spend- 
ing all the time in speculating. He neglects his busi- 
ness — his crops are wasting — while he is determined 
to be rich without the trouble ot pursuing the tedious 
process of farmer Thnfty, who is now possessed of 
his thousands and independent so far as is desirable in 
the present state. He is going to be rich at once and 
by speculation too. Now I would just whisper in his 
ear what the proverb says : " He that would be rich in 
one year is hanged at six months' end."" 

When a person, for a splendid servitude, forgoes an 
humble independency, it may be called an advance- 
ment, if you please ; but it appears to me an advance- 
ment from the pit to the gallery. Liberty is a more 
invigorating cordial than Tokay. 

Independency ni:iy be found in comparative, as well 
as absolute, abundance ; I mean where the person con- 
tracts his desires within the limits of his fortune. 



How to become irrcttional. — If you wish to incapaci- 
tate yourself for rational intercourse, be a drunkard, 
for that will render you wholly unfit for it. 



^4^ 



[ 


. 














■ 31 days AUGUST 


1837 


When the beauties of sprin 


g are preferrd, 




And music and stillness < 


iccord, 




In the notes of the ring-dov( 


3 are heard 




The groans of our agonized Lord. 




#New Moon 1st day, 7h 30m morning. 




D First Quarter 9tli day, 8h 32m morning". 


OFuU Moon 16th day, Oii 49m morning 


, 


5 Last Quarter 22d day, 8h 26m evenin 


O". 


©New Moon 30th day, llh 10 


m evening. 

fiSUNi SUN imnlMooN 


b 


CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 


SU]^ 


S 4 




rises i sets l souin 


|PL Ir fie s 


1 3 


J) Merc.conj. #ap 


4 49 7 23 12 


6 


a 


D set 


2 4 


D l(conj. 


4 50 7 22 12 


6 


a 


8 28 


3 5 


D ? conj * Tp n 


4 51,7 21 12 


6 


I'O^ 


8 50 


4 6 




4 52 7 20 12 


6 


"1 


9 7 


5' 7 




4 53 7 19 12 


6 


^ 


9 25 


6 A 


nth S af Trinity 


4 54 7 17 12 


6 




9 42 


7 2 


Merc. If conj 


4 55 7 16 12 


5 


=^ 


9 59 


8 3 




4 56 7 15 12 


5 


in 


10 20 


9 4 


D ^ conj. 


4 57 7 14:12 


5 


-^ 


1047 


lO 5 




4 58 7 12il2 


5 


t 


11 20 


11' 6 




4 59 7 10|I2 


5 


t 


morn 


12 7 


D ruDS low S 


5 07 9il2 


5 


t 


4 


13 A 


12th Saf Trinity 


5 ] 7 7 


12 


5'V5 


1 6 


14 2 


5 37 6 


12 


4.V5 


2 22 


15 3, # Perigee 


5 47 412 


4jOX 


3 4I 


16 4 


B fi^conj. 


5 57 2 12 


4^ 


D ris. 


17 5 




5 6 7 12 


4 


K 


8 14 


18 6 




5 86 59 12 


4 


X 


8 37 


19 7 


Guerrierre taken 1812 


5 96 58 12 


3 


T 


8 50 


20 A 


13 th Saf Trinity 


5 106 56,12 


3 


T 


9 17 


21 2 




5 126 5412 


3 


« 


9 42 


22 3 


>|c If conj. 


5 14,'6 52 12 


3 


« 


1012 


23 4 


Merc.Q 


5 15 6 50 12 


2 


TT 


10 48 


24 5 


t^ 


5 16'6 4812 


2rTlll 32| 


25 6 


D runs high N 


5 18:6 46 12 


2 


rriinorn 


26 7 




5 19 6 44,12 


2 


05O 20 


27 A 


14th S af Trinity 


5 20 


6 42'12 


1 


Sojl 16 


28 2 


• apogee 


5 21 


6 4l)l2 


1 


a? 18 


29 3 


©^5 


5 22 6 40 


12 


1 


as 25 


30 4 


D l^conj. 


5 23 6 38 


12 





a Dset 


31 5 


1 


5 246 37 


12 


0nj2|7 16 




- 


^^M 


mmmmm 






pm 





*y 

1837. SEPTE'MBER, ninth month . | 

farmer's CALEA'DAR. ; 

" As soon as the sfowa and the bid weather is over, 
Secure all your grain and your flax under cover; j 

Give salt to your cattle and lake up your bees ; 
Dig early potatoes and plough if you please." ' - , 

The farmer if he minds his own business only has 
the best title to happiness pf any man, and is the sur- 
est of enjoying it. His mind and his bodily powers 
are constantly engaged, on which account he not only 
escapes the insipidity of indilference and the tedious- 
ness of inactivity, but has-injoyraents which are whol- 
ly unknown to those who live indolently upon the toils 
of others. - Life affords no higher satisfaction -dm^ 
that of surmounting difficulties, passing from one de- 
gree of success to another, forming designs and seeing; 
them accomplished. He that labours in any laudable 
employment, has his fatigues supported by hope and 
usually crowned with joy. 

How is the barn, the wood house and door yards, 
Mr. vSnuggins ? Do you keep them in a husbandlike i 
manner, or is your yard encumbered with brush, old! 
rails, stumps, straw, chips, leaclied ashes, rotten cab- 
bage, dead cats, old rags and fleas .^ And the wood 
house filled with broken ploughs, dislocated wlieelbar- 
rows, hog's nests and skunk's skins? And your barn 
crammed with old barrels, sleighs, wheels, useless rakes, 
forks, gate posts, guide boards and broken grindstones ? 
Some will have it that a slovenly farmer gets as much 
profits from his farm as a neat one. But I don't be- 
lieve it. If a man depend on raising and selling but- 
ter and cheese, he is sure to meet a quick market, if 
he is known to be neat and trim about his hu^rbandry. 
I could name some, (but I will wait a vrhile,) whose 
butter and cheese I would no sooner eat than I "tvould 
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- 
ceins, to recommend by your own personal practice 
uniform habits of active, interested and persevering 
diligence to those in your employ." 



30 davs 



SEPTEMBER 



1837 



When the summer unfoldcth her charms, 
For the soul of contemplative mirth, 

His sun still enlighteiis and warms, 
His the air that refresh^js the earth. 



D First Quarter 7th day, 6h 22m evening. 
O^ull Moon 14th day, Sh 38m morning. 
C Last Quarter 2ist day, llh 4m mornino;. 
©New Moon 29th dav, 3h Um evenino-. " 






CALENDAR, ASPECTS, &C. 


.© 


© 


© ) 


) 




rises 


sets 


south PL r &.S 


1 


6 




5 24; 6 36 


12 (1 


^,7 32 


2 


7 


D Merc.conj. Merc.aph 


3 25] 6 35 


12 


^7 48 


3 


A 


i5th S at Trinity 


5 26 


6 33 


11 59 


^8 3 


4 


2 


D ^ conj. 


5 27 


6 31 


11 59 


"IS 25 


5 


3 


D ^ conj. 


5 28 


6 3d 11 59 


"18 48 


6 


4 




5 29 


6 2SU 58 
6 26 11 58 


1U9 19 


7 


5 




5 30 


/ 9 58 


8 


6 


D runs low S 


5 31 


6 24 11 58 


J^ 1051 


9 


7^ 


Merc.gr elons: 


5 32 


6 2211 57 


VSA] 55 


10 


A 


1 6th S after Trinity 


5 34 


6 2011 57 


V^* morn 


11 


2 


' 


5 35 


6 1811 57 


-1 14 


12 


3 




5 36 


6 1811 56 


0CC,2 35 


13 


4 


D J^conj, ©per ' 


5 38 


6 1411 56 


X3 59 


14 


5 


j 
1 


5 39 


6 1211 55 


^ ]) r's. 


15 


6 


I 


5 4C 


6 1011 55 


^6 56 


16 


7 




5 4! 


6 911 55 


^"7 17 


17 


A 


17th Saf Trinity 1 


5 42 


6 711 54 


^17 42 


18 i 


? e3 


5 43 


6 511 54 


«:8 11 


19 3 


Battle of Stillwater, 1 7- 


5 44 


6 3 11 54 


^3 43 


^0 4 


77 


5 45 6 1 il 53 


°9 24 


21 5 


D runs high N 


5 47! 5 59 1 1 53 


^iiO 13 


22 6 


' 


5 49 5 5711 53 


^jll 9 


23,7 


Merc. Stat ©enters^^ 


5 50 5 55 1 1 52 


"^'morn 


24 A 


1 8th S af Trinity 


5 51 5 5411 52 


no 13 


25 2 


• apogee 


5 52 5 5211 52 


Ul 16 


26 


3 


! 
i 


5 53 5 5011 51 


n]?2 20 


27 


4 


D 2^ conj. ;, 


3 54 


5 4811 51 


^3 25 


28 


5 


1, 


5 55 


5 4711 51 


^^^^4 31 


29 


6 


, 


3 56 


5 4511 50 


=2:1 J) set 


JO 


7 


D Merc.conj. \l 


3 57 


5 4311 50 


=-=|6 11 



1837. OCTOBER, tenth month 



FARMER S CALENDAR. 
"Alack, my good lady, there comes Goody Thumper, 
With jug by her sidtj, a budget and bumper ; 
I'll warrant you now, or at least I dare guess, 
She longs for new cider as it runs from the press." 

" He^s a Genius^' people said of my young friend 
Alcansor, and it got to Alcansor's ears, as such things 
will nine cases out of ten. The youth was promising 
fair for manhood — with industry and prudence to fol- 
low up the advantages he possessed he would havei 
become an ornament to society. But the idea of be- 
ing a genius haunted him day and night. He put on 
a thousand "ridieuJous airs and fell into as many ridicu- 
lous practices — become puffed up with vanity and selft 
conceit and let slip all his golden opportunities in grasp- 
ing after the foolish phantoms that flitted before his 
bewildered brain. He turned out a poor creature.— 
Praise did the piischief. I 



" What a beautiful girl ! the young gentlemen used 
to say, when they passed Jane Seymours window, and 
got a glance at her face and pretty figure. It was no 
wonder they called her beautiful, for she was so. But 
persuade a young lady she is beautiful, very beauiiful, 
and she must be a girl of extraordinary good sense, ii 
she don't let the thing run in her head, to the exclu- 
sion of more profitable thoughts. Jane once cultiva^ 
ted her mind, was industrious and ingenious with hei 
needle — ^bid fair to become an esceUent house-^keepei 
— and she would have been a rare prize, if left to the 
guidance of her natural judgment* But she soon be- 
gan to conclude that she was beautiful — that beautj 
compensated for every thing else. Those of th( 
beaux, who had worth, having thought differently— 
the others she would not except, and this misunder 
standing lost her a husband. No sensible man eve 
thought a beautiful wife was worth as much as on( 
who could make a good pudding, I wish girls a 
knew this, for 1 feel a great interest in their welfare/' 

A man's best fortune, or his worst, is his wife. 



31 days 



OCTOBER, 



1837 



Every morn halh abundance to tell 
Of a Sav;our"s unlimiied grace, 

When the season of Autumns mild spell 
Proclaims the rich snnles of his fur t-. 



D First (-iiiai-ler 7tn dav, 2.) '^6m morning. 
qFuW Moon 1 3th day^ CAi 25 w evviv.ng. 
d Last Quarter 2is* day, 5h 5m morning. 
©New Moon 29th day, 6h 43 m mornin 



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NOYEJMBER, eleventh moinh 



FARMER S CALE^fDAR. 
" Youth learns compa'-^sion's tale from every tontrue, 
And flies to aid the helpless and the youn^ ; ° 
"VV hen now nnsjiairing,as the scourge of war, 
Blasts follo-.v b asts, and sroves dismantled roar, 
>^round their home the storm pinch'd cattle lows, 
No nourishment in frozen pastures grows." 

" Here ! this way, yoimg man, Ifvou please ! What 
have you to sell ?" "Butter, sir/'' "Where was it 
made r" " In the family of Capt. Cleanly, aboui thir- 
ty miles m the country." " Come this v.^ay, I very 
well recollect rhis Capt. Cleanly ; he -wears a clean, 
white frock when he comes to m^arket him.self, and his 
butter is nlwaj^s clean, bricrht and sweet. I have bcem 
at his house which looks like a nunnery in neatnes^ 
and regularity. His wife has taught l.er daitcrhters to 
be particularly nice and attentive about the dairy, and 
I am confident^the young ladies, who for gentifity of 
ii behavior and Jelicacy of appearance are eqcal to'anv 
; "f our city ladies, are as attentively eraployerl when at 
;:e churn and cheese tub, as at the toilet.' The Cap- 
r/s farm has the appearance of a garden. Every 
;i:,c: is in order. Not a tool, nor a twig is out of 
cc. ^ -Here, young man, this gentleman and myseh" 
:_[tcike all your butter, and give you your price!" 
• W inter is at hand, and the good husbandman is prc- 
ipnred ior it; but there is neighbor Slothful; he is 
|jh:"d rnd ears in business arid has more to. do before 
1 1 T. inter .sets in than he could do in six weeks of good 
■■,v;eatLer, aud all because he has been moping about 
ricd not kept along with the seasons. ° 



A. ibol can neither ea*, nor drink, nor stand, nor 
walk; nor, iri -short, laugh, nor cry, nor take snuh; 
c! man of sense. How obvious'ihe distinction ! 



^i The silly excuse that is often drawn from want of 
fii'me to correspond, become no one bef>ides a cobler 
f.lv.iih ten or a dozen children dependent «tn a tatchino- 

Mm:, '=' 



11. 















MM 




30 davs NOVEMBER 1837 | 


Till the evening,