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UNIVERSITY 
OF PITTSBURGH 



UNIVERSITY 
PITTSBURGH 



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LIBRARY 



WALTONS' 

YEEMOIT REGISTER, 

AND 

FARMERS' ALMANAC, 

FOR 



115 

21 " " Vermont, 83 to 88 

59, Judiciary U. S. 116, Vermont 88 

llllManufacturers in Vermont, 73 



CONTENTS. 
Almanac, 7 to 29| House of Reps. U. S., 

Astronomical Dep't explained, 
Attorneys in Vermont, 
Banks in Vermont, 1846, 
Benevolent Infititutions, &c. 
Census IJ. S. 179^ to 1840, 

Vermont, to IS^iO, 83 to 88 
Chronplogical CycJes, 3 

Clergj'men in Vermont, 53 

Colleges, . . 108 

C^miaenceme^t of the seasons, 3 



109 
119 



Commissioners of Deeds, &e., Ill i^fewspapcrs in Vermont, 



Congress, 29th, 114 

votes foi members of,. 110 



Memoranda, every day, 120 — 143 
Merchants and Traders in Vt. 67 
Meteorological Observations, 5 
Moveable Festivals and Fasts, 3 
rs'ames and cha'r of the Planets, 5 
" " Aspects, 4 

sisnis of the Zodiac, 5 



ii 



119 



Politics and profession of the 
members of the legislature, 62 to 88 



Counting House Almanac, 144 Postmasters in Vermont, 30 to 53 
County Officers, 88 to lOSjPhysicians in Vermont, 62 



Clerks and Courts, 113 
District and Circuit Courts, 116 
Eclipses of the Sun and Moon, 3 
" Jupiter's Satellites, 4 

Elections, State, Sec. &c. 117 

Elongations of the Pole Star,^ 4 
Farmers' Calendar, 6 to 28 

Fire Insurance Companies, 112 
Government, U. S. 114 

Vermont, 82 

Grand List of each town in 



the State, 



Prison, State 110 

Railroads in New England and j 

New York, 113 

Rates of Postage, 1J8| 

Senate of U. S. 114— of Vt. 82 ! 

Sessions of Comts in Vermont, 112 \ 

State Governors, &c. 117 ! 

Superintendents of Schools, j 

State & County, 110 i 

Town, 30 to 53 i 

Town Officers, 30 to 53 j 



83 to 88^ Votes for Governor, 



83 to 88 



CORRECTIONS. 
The U. S. Supreme Court meets at Washington on the Fiasx 
Monday in December. 
Rev. Mr. Hand, late of Danville, now resides in Middlebury. 



MONTPELIER : 

PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY E. P. WALTON & SONS. 

ARD FOB SALS BT 

The Principal Booksellers, Merchants and Traders in the State. 



VILAS & NOYES, 

BURLINGTON, 
-WHOIiKSAIilS DSAI<E:RSI?r 

Prints Ckxtensive stock) 

Tickings 

Drills 

Brown Sheetings 

Bleached do. 

Striped Shirtings 

Colored Cambrics 



Irish Linens 

Ombre Cashmeres 

Orientals 

Fig'd Indiana Cloths 

Alpacas 

M. De Lainee 

Canvas and Padding 

Burlaps fo! Wool Sacks 

Broad CloiLi and Cassimerea 

Sattinetts 

Gray Cloths 

Flannels — Woolen and Cotton 

Table Diaper 

Vestings 

Footings and Laces, 

Shawla and Hdkfs. 



Batting &. Wadding 
Wicking and Cotton Yarn 
Great variety of Threads 
Silk and Twist 
Cotton Tapes 
Suspenders 
Pack and Pound Pins 
Sewing Needles 
Knitting and Yarn do. 
Hooks and Eyes 
Variety of Buttons 

do. of Combs 
Knives and Scissors 
Scissors and Shears 
Thimble.'?— Silver and Plated 
Variety of Spoons, 
Silver Table & Tea do. 
Gold and Silver Pencils 
Shaving Soaps 
Essences of various kinds 
Blank and Spelling Books 
Boots and Shoes 
Cloth Caps &.C. &c. 



We are confident that wo can do well by our customers because 
we buy our Goods with CASH DOV/N. 

We are in the Boston and New- York markets often, and in this man 
ner are kept well infokmed as to the state of the.market and prices. 

Buying large lots of goods, we obtain them from agents of the 
manufacturers, by the package, and at much less prices than the 
same articles could be bought in smaller lots. 

A large assortment of almost every kind of Staple Dry Goods, to- 
gether with a great variety of Fancy and useful articles kept constant- 
ly on hand, all for sale at a fair rate. 

— Also— > 

An extensive assortment of Tin ware at all times on hand. 

Particular attention xjaid to the furnishing of Peddlers with almost 
every thing that they may desire. 

MERCHANTS in want of any thing in our line can be supplied at 
a small advance from the cost. 

0:jF'Most kinds of BARTER received by us. 
William R, Vila*. Morillo Notes. 



Office Corner of Maiii ftud State Streets, 
Montpelier, Vt. 

B«votes his time exclusively to the performance of the various op- 
erations in DENTAL SURGERY necessary for the preservation of 
the TEETH, or whop gone, INSERTING ARTIFICIAL O.NES on 
GOLD PLATE, according to the latest improvements ; combining 
not only BEAUTY AND DURABILITY, but ADAPTATION TO 
THE PURPOSES OF MASTICATION. 



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NO XXX. 

WALTONS' 

VERMONT EEGISTER 

AND 

i 

FARMERS' ALMANAC, 



FOR 



1847! 



BEING THIRD AFTER BISSEXTILE OR LEAP YEAR. 



Calculated for the meridian of Montpelier, lat. 44° 17' N., ionc, 4° 25' 
^ E. from the Capitol at Washington. 



ASTHCNCHICAIi CALCULATIOT3 B~ 

ZADOCK THOMPSON, A. M. 



MONTPELIER : ^\\ 

PUBLISHED AND PRINTED BY E. P. WALTON & SCl^^lj 



Explanations of the Astronomical Department. 

By due attention to tlie following explanations all the Astronomical 
Calculations in this work wrjl be readily understood. 
Time is regarded eithei as mean or apparent. 

A viean day ts the average length of tlie days in the year, and con- 
sists of 24 hours, as measured by a clock which runs uniformly, and 
which measures 365 times 24 hours in 365 natural days. 

An apparent day is the time from the sun's leaving the meridian on 
i one day, till its arrival on the meridian on the next day : and this time 
is not always the same, being sometimes more and sometimes less 
than 24 liours. 

Meantime, then, is that shown hy a welUregulated clock; and appa- 
rent time is that shown by a correct sun-dial. The difference between 
these is called the equation of time. 

The equation of time depends upon two causes, the obliquity of the 
ecliptic to the equator, and the eccentricity of the earth's orbit ; both 
of which tend to produce an inequality in the daily increments of the 
sun's right ascension, while the earth's motion on its axis is perfectly 
uniform. Mean and apparent time coincide only four times in the year, 
viz : April 15th, June 15th, August Slsi, and December 24th ; and the 
greatest dilTcrence between mean and apparent time is on the 2d of 
November, and amounts to a little more than 14'i:-4 minutes. 

With the exception of the sun's declination and semi-diameter, and 
the equation of time, which are for the instant of apparent noon at 
Montpelier, all the calculations are adapted to mean time. 

At the head of the right hand page for each month stands first a ta- 
ble of the declination and southing of the principal j)lanets,on the 1st, 
7th, 13th, 10th, and 25lh days, and below it phases of the mecri. By 
means of the first of these tables, the several planets may be readily 
found and recognized. 

It was formerly customary to give the rising and sotting of the sun 
according to apparent time, and togive the equation of time in another 
I column. In that case it was necessary, in regulating a time-piece by 
! the rising or setting of the sun, to apply the equation to the lime of 
rising, or setting, (as the case might be,) given in the Almanac, and 
also 3 or 4 minutcSj according to the sun's declination, on account of 
atmospheric refraction at the horizon. But as this matter was little 
understood, and attended with some trouble, these corrections were 
generally neglected. To remedy this inconvenience, it has been thought 
best to apply i)Oth these corrections, found to the nearest minute, to. 
tiie sun's rising aiul setting, and to give only the result, which has been, 
done in this Register since 1837. The method of doing this may be 
made plain by an example. Take, for this purpose, the 23d of Septem- 
ber. On that day, according to the old method, the sun would rise at' 
6 o'clock, and set at G. On that day the equation of time is 8 minutes ; 
or, in other words, the sun is 8 minutes faster than the clock. The' 
time, then, by the clock, when it is 6 by the sun, is 5h .52m in the mor- 
ning, and 5h 52m in the evening. Now, on account of the refraction 
of the earth's atmosphere, the sun appears in the horizon in tiio morn-i 
1] ing 4 minutes before he arrives there ; and in ordor to have the time' 
- ' when the sun is seen in the horizon at his time of rising, we subtract 
m from 5h 52m, leaving 5h 48ni ; and for the same reason we add 4m 
' 5h .52m, which gives 5h 56m for the time of his setting on the 23J 
H?i,g £epteniber ; and these are the times given in thi* Register. 



COMMENCEMENT OF THE StASONS, FASTS AND FESTIVALS, ETC, 3 



The column marked Sun Soutli is formed by applying the equation 
of time to apparent noon, and contaiiis the times shown by a correct 
time-piece when the sun is on the meridian ; or in other words, when 
it is noon by a correct noon-mark or dial. For example — when it is 
noon by the sun on the 1st day of January, it should be 4 minutes af- 
ter 12 o'clock by the time-piece. Again — when it is noon by the sun 
on the 1st day of November, it should be only 44 minutes after 11 
o'clock by the time-piece. This column is introduced for convenience 
in setting time-pieces by. a noon-mark. 

The columns marked Sun's Declination, Sun's Semi-Diameter, and 
Equation of Time, are calculated, to the nearest second, for apparent 
noon, and will be understood, without further explanation, by those 
who may have occasion to use them. 

On page 4 will be found a catalogue of the eclipses of Jupiter's 
Satellites, which may be visible in Vermont, and which may be em- 
ployed for observation for determining longitude, 

April. 1846. Z. T. 



ConimeucemexiLC of-tSie Reasons. 

Vernal Equinox — Spring begins, March 21, Oh 3m morning. 
Summer Solstice — Summer begins, Juae 21, 9h 29ni evening. 
Autumnal Equinox — Autumn begirSj Septem. 23, llh 32m morning. 
Winter Solstice — Winter begins, December 22, 5h 15m morning. 



Moveable Festivals and Fasts of the Cliiircli. 



Septuagesima Sunday, Jim. 31 
Q.uinq. or Shrove Sunday^ Feb. 14 

Ash Wednesday, Feb,' 17 

First Sunday in Lent; Feb. 21 

Palm Sunday, March 28 

Good Friday, April 2 

EASTER SUNDAY, April 4 



Law Sunday, April 11 

Rogation Sunday, May 9 

Ascension Day, May 13 

Pentecost — Whit Sunday, May 23 
Trinity Sunday, May 30 

First Sunday in Advent, Nov. 28 



Coninieiiccmeiit of Years. 

The year 5608 of the Jewish Era begins September 11, 1847. 
The year 1264 of the Mahomedan Era begins December 9, 1847. 
Ramadan (Turkish Abstinence Month) begins August 13, 1847. 



Dominical Letter, 
Golden Number, 
Epact, 



Cliroiiolo^cal Cycles. 



Solar Sycle, 
Roman Indiction, 
Julian Period, 



5 

6560 



Kclipses of tlie Suii and Moon. 

There will be, in the year, 1847, four Eclipses, two of the Sun and 
two of the Moon. 

I. — The first will be a Paitial Eclipse of the Moon, on the 31st of 
March, invisible in Vermont; § at 4h 27m in the evening. This 
Eclipse will be visible from all the Eastern Continent. It will be 
small, being only about 3 digits on the Moon's North limb. 

II. — The second will be a Total Eclipse of the Sun, on the I5th of 
April, invisible in Vermont ; (3 ^t Ih 32m in the morning. This 
Eclipse will be visible from the eastern part of Africa, the southern 
part of Asia, and from the whole of Australia and the Indian Ocean. 

III. — The third will be a Partial Eciipse of the Moon, on the 24th 
of September, invisible in Vermont ; § at 9h 35m in the morning. 
This Eclipse will be visible from the eastern part of Asia, the Pacific 
Ocean, &c., its magnitude being about 5 digits on the Moon's South- 
ern limb. 

IV.— The fourth will be an Annular Eclipse of the Sun, on the 9th " 
of October, invisible in Vermont ; c5 at 4h 17ra in the morning. Th' I 
Eclipse will be visible to the whole of Europe, to the noithern p'.rt | 

" '" - ' I iij' - 



4: POLE STAR- — ECLIPSE OF JUPITER's SATELLITES. j 


of Africa and nearly the -whole of Asia. The path of the central and 


annular Eclipse commences to the westward of Ireland, passes over [ 


the southern part of Ireland and England, over Europe and the south- j 


em countries of Asia, and terminates near the southern extremity of j 


China. 


Greatest Elloiigatious oif tlxe Pole Star. | 


Lat. 

43" 


January 1. 


April 1. 
2° 3' 28'' 


July 1. 


October. 1 


2" 2' 51" 


"2''~3'"51" 


2° 3' 21" 1 


44 


2 4 55 


2 5 32 


2 5 56 2 5 25 [ 


45 


2-7 4 1 2 7 43 


2 8 5 2 7 35 


Visible Eclipses of Jupiter's Satellites. | 


Mean Time at ^lontpelier, long. 72' 3t;'=4h 50m 26s W. Greenwich. | 








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Time. 





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SOCT. 






Time. 


— 


> 


RISE. 


d h m s 


even. 


d h m s 




morn 


^ 


1 S SO 11 6 


Em 


I 


9 42 




s 


3 1 28 27. m 


Im 


I 


36 


a 


8 11 45 31 e 


Em 


I 


9 12 






4 3 39 27 m 


Em 


III 


32 


< 


14 8 57 15 e 


Em 


II 


8 47 




S 


10 3 21 575 m 


Im 


I 


even 


2 


16 1 20 58 m 


Em 


I 


8 38 




m 


24 2 18 10 m 


Im 


II 


11 27 


< 
-> 


17 7 50 53 c 


Em 


I 


8 34 






26 1 36 58 m 


Im 


J 


11 20 




21 11 33 31 ^ 


Em 


II 


8 19 




e 


3 3 30 14 m 


Im 


I 


10 59 




24 10 45 29 e 


Em 


I 


8 6 




■A 


9 11 35 24 e 


Era 


III 


10 38 




24 8 38 40 e 


Im 


III 


8 6 




O 


11 11 51 44 e 


Ira 


I 


10 30 




24 11 6 14 e 


Em 


III 


8 6 






17 ?y\ 58 m 


Im 


III 


10 9 




29 2 9 43 ra 


Em 


II 


7 46 




o 


18 11 21 30 e 


Im 


II 


10 5 




31 11 41 -9 e 


Em 


I 


7 38 






19 1 44 55 m 


Im 


I 


10 1 


> 


1 39 16 m 


Im 


III 


7 34 






26 2 52 m 


Im 


11 


9 35 


a 


1 8 7 47 m 


Em 


III 


7 34 






26 3 38 6 m 


Tm 


I 


9 35 


< 


2 6 10 1 e 


Em 


I 


7 30 




e 


3 n 59 36 e 


Im 


I 


9 13 


a 


9 7 5 47 e 


Em 


I 


7 3 




H 


5 10 51 20 6 


Im 


IV 


9 2 


S 


15 8 39 50 e 


Em 


II 


6 40 




S 


6 1 14 50 m 


Em 


IV 


8 58 


f^ 


16 10 1 35 e 


Em 


I 


6 37 






11 1 52 50 m 


Im 


I 


8 38 




22 11 15 4.-) e 


Em 


II 


6 15 




O 


18 3 46 6 m 


Im 


I 


8 10 




23 11 56 16 e 


Em 


I 


6 IJ 




2; 


19 10 14 27 e 


Im 


I 


8 6 




25 6 26 27 e 


Em 


I 


6 4 






19 11 9 15 e 


Im 


II 


8 6 


X 


1 7 16 21 e 


Im 


III 


5 50 






21 11 30 5 e 


Em 


III 


7 58 


o 


4 8 22 19 e 


Em 


I 


5 39 






27 7 48 m 


Im 


I 


7 33 


< 


8 8 44 55 6 


Em 


III 


5 25 






27 1 45 53 m 


Im 


II 


7 33 


S 


11 10 18 10 6 


Em 


I 


5 15 






29 21 11 m 


Im 


III 


7 24 




19 14 1 m 


Em 


I 


4 48 






29 3 29 2 m 


Em 


III 


7 24 




19 8 20 42 e 


Em 


II 


4 48 




a 


4 2 1 15 m 


Im 


I 


6 571 




26 10 56 14 e 


Em 


II 


4 24 






5 8 29 36 e 


Im 


I. 


6 53] 




27 8 38 44 e 


Em 


I 


4 21 




S 


11 3 54 48 m 


Im 


I 


6 27 


^ 


3 10 34 30 e 


Em 


I 


3 58 




o 


12 10 23 11 c 


Im 


I 


622 


■ 5 


19 8 54 49 e 


Em 


I 


3 gi 


w 


14 8 17 9 e 


Im 


II 


6 13 




20 7 7 6 


Em 


II 


3 5| 


s 


20 16 52 m 


Im 


I 


5 47 








morn 




21 10 53 58 e 


Im 


II 


5 42 


,; 


18 3 12 51 m 


Tm 


I 


1 24 




27 2 10 42 m 


Im 


I 


5 15 


D 


22 2 36 4 m 


[m 


II 


1 12 




28 8 39 11 e 


Im 


I 


5 11 


< 












29 1 30 48 m 


Im 


II 


5 7' 

1 


Names and Cliaractcrs of tlxe Aspects. i 


^ New Moon. :) First Quarter. C F>j11 Moon. C Last Quar- i 


Jter. Q Dragon's Head, or Ascending Node. ^ Dragon-s Tail, or 


YDeecending Node. (5 Conjunction, or in the same longitude. § Op- ^ 


i'jsition, or differinr 6 signs in longitude. A Trine. Q Quartilc, j 


!or 


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ffering 3 signs 


in 


1 


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tude. 


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tile. <v) Sun. 






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JISTEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS, ETC. 



Meteorological Oljservatioiis. 

Burlington — one mile east of Lake Champlain, and 250 feet above it.. 



Id45. 



THERMOMETER. 



BARO.M. I RAIN 



Months. Sun rise.f 1 r. m 



January, 

February, 

March, 

April, 

Way, 

June, 

July, 

August, 

September, 

October, 

November, 

December, 



17.03 
17.76 
28.13 
38.00 
45.78 
58.40 
61.90 
62.19 
51.76 
46.13 
.37.03 
14.55 



26.16 
27 85 
40..58 
49 86 
62.23 
73.41 
76,92 
78.26 
66.26 
57.42 
42 96 
22.32 



9 even. 


Mean. 


Mean, 


20.19 


21.36 


29.58 


22.28 


22.63 


29.53 


33.58 


34.09 


29.48 


43.60 


43.82 


29.52 


53:43 


53.81 


29.53 


64.80 


65.21 


29.50 


66.39 


68.40 


29.33 


67.84 


69.43 


29.55 


56.33 


58.12 


29.50 


49.90 


51.15 


29.83 


37.80 


39.26 


29.37 


16.58 


17.81 


29.69 



2.38 
2.52 
2.48 
2.^ 
3.39 
2.08 
4.51 
2.37 
5.62 
2.26 
4.00 
2.21 



I 45.42 I 29.54 1 36.04 



Coldest day in 1845, December 11 — 18' below zero. Warmest day, 
July 12 — 9G"^ above. Barometer highest, Febuary 14 — 30.42 inches ; 
lowest, Febuary 5 — 28.45 inches. Ilange of Thermometer, 114' — Bar- 
ometer, 1.97 inch. 



December 



January 



1, 

5, 

8, 

15, 

26, 

29, 

30, 

8, 

12, 

22, 



WINTER OF 1845-6.— SNOW. 



14 inches. 
5 
3 
3 
6 



January 27', 

February 12, 

" 15, 

" 20, 

March 8, 

" 17, 



4 inches. 
5 
8 
11 
2 
2 



Total fall of snow, 73 inches, 
or 6 feet and 1 inch. 



►Steam Boats (Line) went into winter quarters November 29 — com- 
I menced running again April 13, 1346. Broad Lake closed over Febru- 
ary 10 — passable on the ice from February 16 to March 22 — 5 weelts ; 
clear of ice, and boats out, April 3. Excellent sleighing'from Decem- 
ber 1 to March 13, .-=r 102 days = 14w 4d. So long a period of good 
sleighing, v/ithout being interrupted by a thaw, is believed to be with- 
! out a precedent at Burlington, in the last 25 years. No sleighing after 
the 15th of March. The coldest day in the winter of 1845-6 was De- 
cember 11, when the thermometer stood to 18" in the evening. It 
was 7° at noon. 



IVames and Cliai-acters of ttie Signs of the ZodiaCi 

y Taurus, n Gemini. Z2 Cancer. ^ Leo. 11)3 Virgo, 



qp Aries. 
zc= Libra. TT\ Scorpio. 
X Pisces. 



jf Saggittarius. i^ Capricornus. '.s; Aiquarius. 



]Xar^^es aud Characters of the Planets. 

Sun. @ Moon. § Mercury, o Venus^ © Earth. J" Mars. 
11 Jupiter, }i Saturn. }^ Uranus or Herschel, 5 Ceres $ Pallas, 
Juno. § Vesta. 



Western Expressions. — They have queer modes of expressions 
" out West." A lover calls his mistress a jewsharp oi delight and a 
healing plaster for pain in the breast. A dealer in sheil-fish advertis- 
es that his oysters are as fresh as a young man just out of the coun- 
try, and will go down as slick as Goliath when killed by a sling. 



JANUARY. 1847. 



Nat, speak no ill I a kindly woid 

Can never leave a sting behind ; 
And, oh ! to breathe each tale we've heard, 

Is far beneath a noble mind. 
Full oft a belter seed is sown 

By following the kinder plan ; 
And though but little good be known, 

Still let us speak the best we can. 



Si'ariiiei's' Calendar. 

Kerb is eighteen hundred and forty-seven — freighted full with a 1 
medley of blessings and banes, of crosses and cares, of dangers and | 
delights ; and what shall my share be ? God knows, and let us rejoice | 
that while we are blind alike to the pleasures and the pitfalls which i 
attend our- future path, He ordains good, even out of every cross, to j 
the humble, trustful and obedient. So let us " act well our part," 
and thus be ready for whatsoever Providence has in store for us. 



Eye Servants. — Don-'t watch your master, boy. He will not go ! 
out at present. Pull away steady and do your job. Let us tell you | 
what we have never failed to notice, an eye-servant never prospers — ! 
never turns out to be anything worth naming. If he does not run a- i 
way from his master, he might as well, for he is slow and so lazy that 
his work does not amount to much. Hear us — if you would become a 
good citizen and a smart man, look out for your master's interests. 

" I can't," has ruined many a man — has been the tomb of bright 
expectation and ardent hope. Let " I will try" be your motto in 
whatever you undertake, and if you press onward, you will steadily 
and surely accomplifih your object, and come oiF victorious. Try, 
keep trying, if you. would prosper in the woild. 

To cleanse the Teeth and improve the Breath. — To four 
ounces of fiesh prepared water, add one drachm of Peruvian Bark, 
and wash the teeth with this w-ater in the morning and evening, before 
breakfast and after supper. It will etfectually destroy the tartar on 
the teeth and remove the oiFensive smell arising from those that are 
decayed. 

Difficulties. — Be not discouraged on account of difficulties. The 
hill wiiich appears steep and precipitous in the distance, becomes an 
easy ascent on a near approach. 

Woman. — These little women are curious creatures, very. Some 
of them are curiously bad, some curiously indiiferent — yet all curious. 
They are a mystery ; so' like ourselves, yet so curiously different. — 
Curious in their loves, curious in fears, curious in smiles, curious in 
tears, curious in their fancies, cxirious in their forms, curious in roman- 
ces, ecstacies and storms ; riddles deep and curious, when they love 
conceal ; curiously furious if their hate you feel. So says a bachelor. 

It chanced one gloomy duy in the month of January that a good- 
humored Irishman applied to a broker to discount a bill of exchange 
for him at rather a long, though not unusual date, and the broker hav- 
ing casually remarked that the bill had a great many days to run, 
" That's true," replied the Irishman, " but then, my honey, you don't 
consider how short the days are at this time of the year." 

Live like Goats. — A VVelch parson in discourse told his congre- 
gation " how kind and respectful we should be one to another," and 
said, " we were inferior to brutes in that point." He brought in an 
example of two goats. v;hich met one another upon a very narrow 
bridge over a river, so that they could not pass by without one thrust- 
ing the other off. "How do you think they did do? I'll tell you : 
one laid down and let the other leap over him. Ah I beloved, let us 
live like goats." 



31 days. 



JANUARY, 



L>ecliiiatioii and. Soutliing of tlie Planets. 


c 


Mercuiy. 
dec. sou. 


Venus. 


Aiars, 
dec. sou. 


Jupiter. 


Saturn. 


Herschel. 


^ 


dec. 


sou. 


dec. sou 


dec. 


sou. 


dec. 


sou* 




sou. mor. 


sou. 


eve. 


sou. mor. 


nor. eve. 


sou. 


eve. 


nor. 


eve. 




° ■' h m 


o / 


hm 


° ' h m 


° ' . h rn 


1 


h m 


o . 


h m 


1 


21 7 10 26 


23 29 


21 


20 24 9 17 


21 1 9 42 


13 45 


3 18 


3 30 


5 56 


7 


22 271 10 33 


22 39 


30 


21 14 9 11 


20 57 9 16 


13 33 


2 57 


3 32 


5 33 


13 


23 21110 45 2124 


39 


21 57 9 5 


20 55 8 51 


13 20 


2 36 


3 35 


5 10 


19 


23 38J10 59I19 47 


4t 


22 34 8 59 


20 53:8 2fi 


13 6 


2 14 


3 39 


4 46 


2.5 


23 lOlll 15' 17 48 5^' 


23 3 8 54 


20 52l8 2 


12 5-2 


1 54 


3 43 4 24 



Phases of tlie Moon. 

O Full Jloon 1st day 9h 52m morning. 
d Last Quarter 9th day Ih 50m evening, 
9 New Moon 16th day 7h 5Mn evening. 
D First Quarter 23d day Ih 2Sm evening 
O Full Moon 31st day 3h 39in morning. 



Calendar, 
Aspects, &c. 



.0 

rise 




sets. 



I |@| © j lEQ-T, 

|south|PlJR& sjdec. sou. semi. |0 si j 









h m 


Ih m 


h m 


S. 


h m 


f It 


' " 


m s 


1 6 


in Perigee. 


7 36|4 32 


12 4 


c:b 


D ris 


23 1 20 16 17 


3 48 


2 7 


0fiD 


7 36 4 32 


12 5lo 


5 59 


22 56 ^V16 17 


4 16 


3;c 


2d S af. Chrism's. 


7 36l4 33 


1-2 5|a 


6 56 


22 50 34^16 17 


4 44 


4! 2 


[Arnold, 1781. 


7 3614 34 


12 5 a 


7 56 


22 44 SO. 16 17 


5 12 


5|3 


Richmo'd b'rnt by 


7 36 4 35 


12 6 a 


8 54 


22 38 0!l6 17 


5 39 


6 4 


Epiph. 9 Apogee. 


7 36 4 36 


12 6 11)1 


9 51 


22 31 2,16 17 


6 5 


7 5 


[1815. 


7 36 4 38 


12 7 TIT) 


10 49 


22 23 38,16 17 


6 32 


Hie 


Battle N. Orleans 


7 35 4 39 


12 7:^ 


11 46 


22 J5 46116 17 


6 57 


97 


t0 


7 3514 40 


i2 8- 


morn 


22 7 29II6 17 


7 -23 


IOC 


1st S af. Epiph. 


7 35 4 41 


12 8;^ 


^6 


21 58 45 16 17 


7 47 


1112 




7 34:4 42 


12 8 


fll 


1-48 


21 49 36J16 17 


8 12 


12 3 




7 34 4 43 


12 9 


If) 


2 48 


21 40 lil6 17 


8 34 


13 4 


])ff(5 9inAph. 


7 34 .4 45 


12 9 


^ 


3 52 


21 30 1 


16 17 


8. .57 


14 5 


]) runs low S. 


7 33 4 46 


12 10 


T 


4 53 


21 19 36 


16 17 


9 20 


15! 6 


J)$6 


7 3S 4 47 


12 10 


Vp 


5 52 


21 8 47 


16 17 


9 41 


16 7 




7 32:4 48 


12 10 


Vf 


'D set 


20 57 34 


16 17 


10 2 


17C 


2d S af. Epiph. 


7 32,4 .50 


12 111- 


6 10 


20 45 56 


16 17 


10 23 


18 2 


% Perigee. 


7 31 


4 51 


12 11 


-«. 


7 26 


20 33 55 16 16 


10 42 


19! 3 


5 T7 (5 Am.er. Ind. 


7 31 


4 52 


12 11 


^ 


8 39 


20 21 30II6 16 


11 1 


20 


'4 


[ack.byG.B.1783. 


7 304 53 


12 11 


^ 


9 52 


20 8 43 


16 16 


11 19 


21 


5 


DijIALouisXVl 


7 29!4 55 


12 12 


op 


11 2 


19 55 32 


16 16 


11 36 


22 


6 


[bch. 1783. 


7 26l4 .56 


12 1-2 


cp 


morn 


19 42 C 


16 16 


11 53 


23 




Wm. Pitt d. 1806. 


7 27 4 57 


12 12 


H 


12 


19 28 6 


16 16 


12 8 


24 


c 


3d S af. Epiph. 


7 26 4 59 


12 13 


H 


1 21 


19 13 50 


16 16 


12 23 


25 


2 


])%(^ Bonaparte 


7 25 5 


12 13 


K 


2 24 


18 59 13 


16 16 


12 38 


26 


3 


[es. fr Elba,1815. 


7 24 5 2 


12 13 


n 


3 26 


18 44 16 


16 16 


12 50 


27 


4 


D runs high N. 


7 23 


5 3 


12 13 


n 


4 23 


18 28 59 


16 16 


13 3 


28 


5 


f eter Gr. d. 1725. 


7 22 


5 4 


12 13 




5 14 


18 13 21 


16 15 


13 15 


29 


6 


Charles I. behead- 


7 21 


5 5 


12 14 




5 58 


17 57 24 


16 15 


13 25 


30 


7 


[ed, 1643. 


7 20 


5 7 


12 14 





6 36 


17 41 8 


16 15 


13 35 


■ii 


C 


Septuages. Sun. 


7 20 


5 8 


12 14 


a 


D ris 


17 24 32116 151 


13 45 



To a good man, who has wisely spent his days, years will steal on 

him insensibly : he will grow old by degrees, and without feeling it : 

nay, when he comes to break at last, the house will crumble gently, 

and fall down so slowly and gradually, as not to give him any great 

1 pain. 



FEBRUARY. 



1847. 



Give me the heart tliat fain wouhl lude — 

Would fain another's; fault efface ; 
How can it flatter human pride 

To prove liumanity but base ? 
2\o 1 let us reach a higher mood, 

A nobler estimate of man ; 
Ec earnest in the search for good. 

And speak of all the best wc can. 



Farmers' Calendar. 

There has been much newspaper discussion as to the best time for 
cutting timber — somo arguing for winter, some for mid-summer and 
some for the spring. It would seem from pretty high authority that 
all are right and all are wrong — ^.just as one portion or another of the 
tree is required for use. According to Brando's Dictionary of Science 
the following rules aie correct. 1. If the sap or outer wood is wanted 
for use, cut when there is the least sap in the trunk — mid-winter is 
best, when the sap is in the roots ; and mid-summer, when the sap is 
chiefly confined to young shoots, is the next best. 2. In general all 
softwoods and young trees should be cut in winter; but aged trees 
for fire-wood, or where the heart timber only is required for use, may 
be cut at any time. 3. If the bark is wanted for tanning, for inscnnce 
the oak, cut in the spring, as oak bark contains four times the astrin- 
gent matter in spring to that in the winter. The too common prac- 
tice of wasting wood, by indiscriminate cutting and burning, leaving 
hideous stumps to encumber the land and disfigure the farm, is not to 
be commended. Rather clear a little land thoroughly, and till that 
well. In this mode smaller farms will yield as large crops as larger 
half-tilled fields, and more woodland will be left until the time comes 
when its value will be increased. There are now wood-lots in New 
England where the annual growth of timber pays a good rate of inter- 
est upon the vnino of the land. t^^^ 



To Leafx (^HiLDRKN TO Tear Books. — As soon as a child is able 
to sit alone, give it a large piece of paper, and let it amuse itself by 
tearing it into small pieces. Do this every day for a short time, and 
you may be sure that it will soon tear up every book on which it can 
lay its hands, of m hatever value, and when it is grown, will bo as 
careless of books as you are, and never return one to the owner, when 
borrowed, but in a mutilated state. 

NoTHina is so disgusting to well-bred, well-informed people, as to 
hear an ignorant, conceited, puffed-up, long-haired, brainless, impu- 
dent dandy talk about mechanics, as if they were no better than brutes. 
No true gentleman or lady wouM be guilty of such littleness. It is 
only the ignorant, spoiled beauty ; the worthless, contemptible soap- 
lock, would do so. Show us the man or woman who would consider it 
a disgrace to associate with honest, w^ll-informed mechanics, and we 
will show you n poor, worthless, ignorant, conceited creature, useless 
to himself and the world, and a disgrace and encimibrance to his 
friends. 

A Scientific Man. — A friend of ours looks at the thermometer to 
see when he is warm, at the barometer to see when it storms, at the 
clock to sofi when he ishungry, at the almanac to see how old he is, 
at the moon to see when it is high tide, at the stars to ascertain 
when he is in love. He is a scientific man, and does every thing by 
rule but his devotions, which he doesn't do at all. 

He that robs God of time, defrauds himself both of time and eter- 
nity. 

The seeds of repentance are sown in youth by what is called pleas- 
ure, but the harvest is reaped in age, by pain. 





um^MK^ 






28 days. FEBRUARY. 9 


DecliiiatioM and Soiitliiiig of tlie Planets. 


C 


Mercury, 


VenuSi 
dec. sou. 


Mars. 


Jupiter. 


Saturn, 
dec. sou. 


Herschel. 


•-< 


dec. 


SOU. 


dec. 


sou. 


dec. 


sou. 


dec. 


S3n. 




sou. 


mor. 


sou. eve. 


sou. 


mor. 


nor. 


eve. 


sou. eve. 


nor. 


eve. 




O ' 


h ni 


° ' h m 


O 1 


h m 


O I 


h m 


° ' h m 


O 1 


h m 


1 


2137 


11 35 


15 7 1 1 


23 28 


8 47 


20 53 


7 34 


12 34 1 29 


3 48 


3 57 


7 


1921 


1153 


12 33 1 6 


23 41 


8 42 


20 56 


7 11 


12 19 1 8 


3 54 


3 34 


13 


16 13 


ev. 8 


9 471111 


23 46 


8 37 


20 59 


6 48 


12 4 47 


4 


3- 12 


19 


12 12 


26 


6 52|1 15 


23 43 


8 32 


21 3 


6 26 


11 48 26 


4 6 


2 49 


25 


7 24 44 


3 5011 19 


23 32 


8 27 


21 9 6 4' 


1133 6 


4 13 


2 26 



Phases of the Moon. 

<I Last Gtuarter 8th day 8h 49m morning. 
^ New Moon 15th day 6h 36m morning. 
D First Quarter 21st day llh 9m evening 



o Calendar, 10 

Aspects, «fcc.|rise. sets, south 



PI 



© I I 

R & s dec. sou. semi. 



0sl. 



9 Perigee. 

[cily, 1730. 
Earthquake in Si- 

Sexagesima Sund. 
[by H. of R., 1825". 
J. Q.. Adams el. P.' 
D runs low S. 
I)^c5 DWClin- 
[ton d. 1828. 
Cap.Cook ki.l729. 
Quinquagesima S. 

OOdSup. ])9c5 

Ash Wednesday. 
DIjI(5 Luther d. 
§b.6 [1546. 

Voltaire b., 1694. 
1st S in Lent. 

D^6 Qhd 

D runs high N. 
Peacock cap. by 
I [Hornet, 1814. 

Elias Hicks d 1830 
2d S in Lent. 



h m 


h m 


7 18 


5 9 


7 17 


5 11 


7 16 


5 12 


7 14 


5 14 


7 13 


5 15 


7 11 


5 17 


7 10 


5 18 


7 9 


5 19 


7 8 


5 21 


7 7 


5 29 


7 5 


5 23 


7 4 


5 25 


7 2 


5 26 


7 1 


5 27 


7 


5 28 


6 58 


5 29 


6 57 


5 31 


6 56 


5 33 


6 54 


5 35 


6 52 


5 36 


3 5015 38 


& 49,5 39 


6 47 15 40 


6 45 


5 41 



6 44 
6 42 
6 41 
6 39 



14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
14 
14 
14 
14|^ 
14 Sp 
cp 



14 

14 

14 

14 

14 

13 

13J£:s 

13^ 

13a 
13 a 



h m 


o , ,, 


- ,. 


6 45 


17 7 39 


16 15 


7 43 


16 50 27 


16 15 


8 38 


16 32 58 


16 15 


9 36 


16 15 11 


16 14 


10 34 


15' 57 7 


16 14 


11 33 


15 38 47 


16 14 


morn 


15 20 11 


16 14 


33 


15 1 19 


16 14 


1 33 


14 42 12 


16 14 


2 33 


14 22 50 


16 13 


3 32 


14 3 13 


16 13 


4 27 


13 43 23 


16 13 


5 15 


13 23 19 


16 13 


6 2 


13 3 2 


16 13 


D set 


12 42 33 


16 12 


7 28 


12 21 51 


16 12 


8 43 


12 58 


16 12 


9 56 


11 39 53 


16 12 


11 7 


U 18 38 


16 11 


morn 


10 57 12 


16 11 


14 


10 35 .35 


16 11 


1 17 


10 13 49 


16 11 


2 15 


• 9 51 54 


16 11 


3 7 


9 29 49 


16 10 


3 54 


9 7 37 


16 10 


4 34 


8 45 16 


16 10 


5 11 


8 22 48 


16 10 


5 43 


8 12 


16 10 



It is interesting to notice how some minds seem almost to create 
themselves, springing up under every disadvantage, and working their 
solitary, but irresistible, way through a thousand obstacles. Nature 
seems to delight in disappointing the assiduities of art, with which it 
would rear the legitimate dulness to maturity, and to glory in the vig- 
or and luxuriance of her chance productions. 



10 



MARCH. 

Thew speak no ill — but lenient be 

To other's failings as your own; 
If you're the first a fault to see, 

Be not the first to make it known. 
Our life is but a passing day — 

No one may tell how brief its span ; 
Oh ! then the Utile time v>e stay, 

Let's speak of all tiie best we can. 



1'84'J-. 



Farmers' Calendar. 

The improvement in the manufacture of mapie sugar in Vermont 
within the last five years is creditable to our fiirmers ; but let their 
motto be " Stiil onward, onward to perfection." The sugar-makers 
of Louisiana have been greatly surpiised by specimens of Vermont 
manufacture, and we have known an instance of a pretty large order 
for Vermont sugar, to be sent to the very market of the Louisiana 
planters — New Orleans. Pure maple sugar will always command a 
market abroad, if we choose to part with the article ; but it should at 
any rate be the farmer's pride to make a pure article for his own use. 



An experiment, conducted bv the President of the Agricultural So- 
ciety in England, shows that manure which was kept covered 
nine inches in depth with earth, so that no evaporation escaped, pro- 
duced four bushels more -of grain per acre, than the same quantity 
and kind of manure applied to the same quality and extent of land, 
but which had lain from the 13ih of January to the 4th of April, ex- 
posed to the weather. The earthy covering tends to check fermenta- 
tion, but would serve a better purpose by being mixed with the ma- 
nure. 

To Err is Hcman. — A clergyman having indulged too freely in fil- 
ling. up his glass loo often, went one Sabbath into the pulpit, and hav- 
ing given out a hymn to his congregation, sat down — the melody of 
the sacred song soon lulled him to play a treble base symphony with 
his nose. At length, one of the deacons ascended to the sacred desk, 
and told him that the hymn was out. " Well," says he, " fill it up — 
fill it up again 1" This circumstance happened years ago. Now-a- 
days, the congregation do the sleeping, and a good portion of the "fil- 
ling up." 

KvE Water. — S. W. Jewett, of Weybridge, Vt., communicates 
the following: — " I have for several years manufactured the following 
eye water, which has been applied to sore and weak eyes of every de- 
scription, with unrivalled success. Lobelia, steeped in rum, forms the 
eye water referred to. Apply to the licl« morning and evening. The 
medicine is simple and perfectly safe. It has removed films from the 
eyes." 

The Poet and the Judge. — Prion was once brought bcfrre a 
judge more renowned for pomposity than sound sense. " What is 
your business .'" asked the judge. " I am a poet," replied Prion. "Oh ! 
a poet. I have a biother who has the nusfortune to be a poet." "In- 
deed !" said Prion ; " then he and I are in similar circumstances, for 
I have a brother who has the misfortune to be a fool." 

He that will otlen put this world and the next before him, and look 
steadfistly at both, will find the latter growing greater, and the for- 
mer less. 

Gods children are like stars, that ahine brightest in the darkest 
night. 

The sinner is the devil's mill, always grinding ; and Satan ever 
keeps the hopper full. 

Most men serve the dovil for pay ; but profane swearers are volun- 
teers, who get nothing for their pains. 



31 days. 



MARCH. 



11 



Declination, and Soutliing of tlie Planets. 



Mercury. 



dec. jsou. 

sou. jeve. 
" ' h m 
3 53|0 55 
nor. il 9 
5 5711 14 
8 41il 5 



Venus. 



Mars. 



dec. j sou. I dec. I sou. 

sou. ' eve. I sou. jmor. 
° ' h m j ' Lh m 
1 46 1 21 23 20| 8 23 
nor. 1 25 22 56 8 18 
4 26! 1 28:22 24 8 11 
7 281 1 31 21 45 8 8 



8 .58 39:10 25' T 35120 58' 8 2 



Jupiter, j 


dec. 


sou. 


nor. 


eve. 


o - 


h m 


2113 


5 50 


2120 


5 28 


2127 


5 8 


2135 


4 48 


2144 


4 28 



Satnrn. 


dec. sou. 


sou. mor. 


° ' h m 


11221146 


11 7J1127 


10.52 11 7 


10 37 10 46 


10 22 10 25 




Pliases of tlie Moon. 

O Full Moon 1st day 10 18m evening. 
([ Last Quarter 9th day 11 h 49m evening. 
% New Moon 16th day 4h 21m evenings 
]) First Quarter 23d day Oh 51m evening. 
Q Full Moon 31st day 4h 27m evening. 



3 1a; Calendar, 


1 «l © 1 10 JEQ-T 


2 j ^ 'Aspects, i.i>c. rise. 


sets, south Pi R &c s|dec. sou.|semi |0 s!. 








h mih m' h 


ni 


S. 


h m 


, ,. 


' 


"Im 8 


1 


i 


Wesley d. 1791. 


6 38 5 47|12 13 


ITP 


1) ris 


7 37 30 


16 


9 12 37 


2 


3 


9 Apogee. 


6 36 


5 49 


12 


12 


Itp 


6 34 


7 14 41 


16 


9|12 25 


3 


4 




6 34 


5 50 


12 


12 


W 


7 32 


6 51 46 


16 


9; 12 12 


4 





$Q 


6 33 


5 52 


12 


12 


8 30 


6 28 45 


16 


9!ll 59 


5 


6 


Madison b. 17.')7. 


6 31 


5 53 


12 


12 


^- 


9 28 


6 5 39 


16 


8|11 46 


6 


7 


Crockett ki. 1836. 


6 29 5 55 


12 


11 




10 27 


5 42 27 


16 


S'll 32 


7 


C 


3d S in Lent. 


6 27;5 56 


12 


11 


11 25 


5 19 11 


16 


811 17 


8 


2 




6 25 


5 57112 


11 


m 

T 


morn 


4 .54 50 


16 


8III 3 


9 


3 


5 in Perehelion. - 


t5 24 


5 58! 12 


11 


23 


4 32 16 


16 


7|10 47 


10 


4 


D runs low S. 


6 22 


5 59 


12 10 


T 


1 21| 4 8 58 


l.'J 


7! 10 32 


11 





Benj.Westd.lc20. 


6 21 


6 


12 10 


1/^ 


2 141 3 45 '27 


16 


7J10 16 


12 


6 


5d"6 


6 19 


6 1 


12 10 


Vp 


3 4 


3 21 53 


16 


6110 


13 


7 


ItIdiscover'dl781. 


6 17 


6 2 


12 


10 




3 49 


2 58 17 


16 


6 


9 43 


14 


C 


4th S in Lent. 


6 15 


6 3 


12 


9 


^^ 


4 30 


2 34 39 


16 


6 


9 26 


15:2 


D ^7 (3 Jackson b. 


6 13 


6 4 


12 


9 


^ 


5 12i 2 10 58 


16 


6 


9 10 


16 3 


9 Perisee. [1767. 


6 12 6 6|12 


9 


^ 


5 set! 1 47 17 


16 


5 


8 52 


17 4 


D^6 ^m6 


6 106 7il2 


8 


cp 


7 31 1 23 26 


16 


5 


8 35 


18 5 


D 2 iS Stamp act 


6 86 8!l2 


8 


T 


8 46 59 53 


16 


5 


8 17 


19 6 


[lepealed, 1766. 


6 7 


6 9|12 


8 


H 


9 57! 36 11 


16 


4 


8 


20 7 




6 5 


6 ll!l2 


8 


« 


11 5 S. 12 29 


16 


4 


7 41 


21c 


5th S in Lent. Q 


6 3 


6 12112 


7 


n 


morn iN. 11 13 


16 


4 


7 23 


22! 2 


D^46 [enteisqp. 


6 1 


6 I3I12 


7 


n 


71 34 53 


16 


4 


7 5 


2313 


D runs high N. . 


5 59 6 14112 


7 


n 


140 58 32 


16 


2 


6 46 


24 4 


a.Elisab'th d.l603 


5 57 6 16112 


6 




1 54; 1 ^2 8 


16 


2 


6 28 


25 5 




5 55 


6 17 12 


6 


^ 


2 34j 1 45 44 


16 


3 


6 10 


2616 


. 


5 53 


6 18 


12 


6 


D 


3 13: 2 9 16 


»16 


3 


5 51 


2717 


[Sunday. 


5 51 


6 20 


12 


5 


r? 


3 45 2 32 45 


16 


2 


5 32 


28 |C 


6th S in L't. Palm 


5 49 


6 21 


12 





IIP 


4 16 2 56 13 


16 


2 


5 14 


291 2 




5 47 


6 22 


12 


5 


If? 


4 45 3 19 36 


16 





4 55 


3013 


[ 3 6 Inf- 


5 45 


6 23 


12 


4 


lip 


5 14 3 42 55 


16 





4 36 


31! 4 


♦ Ap. ©eclip.© 


5 44 


6 24 


12 


4 




D ris 4 6 10 


16 


i 


4 18 



Parents who endeavor to protect their children from labor, and en- 
courage Ihem to seek self-indulgence, instead of animating them to 
I become as industrious and useful as possible, are foolishly and cer- 
j tainly preparing for them a hard and thorny bed to lie upon at a sub- 
i sequent period of their lives. 



13 APRIL. 1847. 

A you>"s Rose in the Summer time 
Is beautiful to me, 

And glorious the maay stars 
That glimmer on the Sea; 

But Gentle Words and loving hearts 
And hands to clasp my own, 

Are better than the brightest flowers 

Or stars that eve r shone I 

Farmers' Calejiilar. 
Attend to your orchards in due season. Probably the most valua- 
ble acre of land in Vermont is to be found in an orchard of first rate 
apple trees. Apples at 75 cents or $1 per bushel will give more profit 
than any thing else. Wherever any apple trees will flourish, the true 
policy of the farmer is to engraft good fruit. A very common error in 
pruning old trees, consists in trimming up the branches to a height 
of ten or fifteen feet from the ground ; which, without much benefit- 
ting tlie growth 
of the tree, ren- 
ders their ap- 
pearance very 
unsightly, and 
precludes the 
possibility of 
gathering fruit 
without great 
difficulty. 

Fig. 1 repre- 
sents two spec- 
imens of this 
bad pruning ; 
which are not 
worse in ap- 
pearance than 
hundreds found 
in all parts of 
the country. 



Fig. 2 shows how they should 
be trimmed to cause a fine, new, 
thrifty head, not so high as to be 
above easy reach, nor so low as to 
prevent the cultivation of the 
land. In heading down all trees 
of this kind, it will be obvious 
that the large wounds need a cov- 
ering; the best of which is a mix- 
ture of tar and brick dust, applied 
hot to the fresh surface. The 
trees are represented leafless in 
order to show them more clearly. 

In the winter it will be neces- 
sary to tread snow round young 
ftuit trees, to keep oft' the mice, 
which, if well done, will accom- 
plish it effectually. 





30 days. 



APRIL 



13 



Declination and Southing of tlie Planets. 



Mercurv. 



dec. 



sou. 



nor. mor 
° 'hi, 
6 25:1149 
3 I3|ll 12 
1 l!l0 45 
15110 29 
54' 10 21 



Venus. 


dec. 


sou. 


nor. 


eve. 


o / 


ii m 


13 39 


1 40 


16 14 


1 45 


18 33 


1 50 


20 36 


1 56 


22 19' 


2 3 



Mars. 


Jupiter. 


Saturn. 


dec. sou_ 


dec. 


sou. 


dec. sou. 


sou. mor 


nor. 


eve. 


sou. mor. 


° ' h m 


1 


h m 


° ' h m 


19 56 7 55 


2154 


4 5 


10 5 10 


18 55 7 50 


22 2 


3 45 


9 52 9 39 


17 48 1 7 44 


22 11 


3 26 


9 39 9 17 


16 36|7 37 


22 201 3 8 9 27 8 56 


15 207 31 


22 28' 2 49 9 15 8 35 



Herschel. 

dec. isou. 

nor. Imor. 
° ' h ni 

4 58 mor. 

5 611150 
5 14'1127 
5 2l|ll 
5 29110 43 



Pliases of tlie Moon. 

(J Last Quarter 8th day lOh 36m morning. 
^ New Moon 15th day Ih 32m morning. 
]) First Quarter 22d day 4h 18m morning. 
O Full Moon 30th day Ch 36m morning. 



Calendar, | | © ®| ® I 

s I 5: Aspects, &c.|rise. sets- [south PljR & s|dec. nor. 



jEQ.T 

semi. 10 si. 



6 3 



h m 
5 43 
5 41 
5 39 



h m h 

6 26 12 

6 27 12 
6 28 12 



Good Friday. 

Bonap'te ban.1814 

Easter S. dJ^o 5 37l6 29112 

5 35 6 30 12 
]) runs low S. 5 53 6 31 12 

5 3l|6 32 12 
French ent Spain 5 3016 33ll2 



14|4 
15 5 
IG 6 

17 7 

18 C 



19 


2 


20 


3 


21 


4 


22 


5 


23 


6 


24 


7 


25 


C 


26 


2 


27 


•3 


28 


4 


29 


5 


30 


6 



ri823. 

1st S aft. Easter. 
Dbb Clay b. '76 
Q Per. § slat. 

10 eclipsed. 
Shakspereb. 1564. 

■J>?c5 

2d S aft. Easter. 

5 luns high N. 

$1|6 [1836. 

Bat. San Jacinto, 

5 in Aphelion. 

Brazil disc. 1500. 
3d S aft. Easter. 
9 Apogee. 
J. Monroe b. 1758. 



5 28 
5 27 
5 25 
5 24 
5 22 
5 20 
5 18 
5 17 
5 15 



6 34 
6 35 
6 37 
6 38 
6 39 
6 41 
6 42 
6 44 
6 45 



m S 

4m 
m 

3Itl 

3h? 

2|^ 



5 1 

i 59 
1 57 
Ruf. Kingd, 1827. 4 56 
Washington inau 4 54 

ri789.l 



5 13|6 47 

' 1116 48 

10|5 49 

9j6 51 

"6 52 

6 53 

6 55 

2 6 56 

6 57 

6 58 

6 59 

7 
7 1 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
11 59 

11 59;n 

11 59in 
11 59 
11 59 

11 58ia 
11 58 a 
11 58 a 

11 58 
11 58 
11 57 
11 57 
11 57 
H 57 



h m 

7 21 

8 21 

9 20 

10 19 

11 15 
morn 

9 
56 



nu 



in 



42 
17 
53 
D set 

8 43 

9 51 

10 52 

11 46 
morn 

30 

1 13 

1 46 

2 18 

2 47|13 

3 14 13 

3 41 13 

4 9 14 
4 38 14 

j) ris 14 



29 21 16 
52 26 16 
15 27 16 
38 22 16 

1 11 16 
23 54 16 
46 31 15 59 

9 1 15 59 
31 25 15 59 



53 39 
15 46 
37 45 
59 35 
21 16 
42 42 
4 11 



15 58 
15 58 
15 58 
15 58 
15 57, 
15 57 
15 57, 



4 

3 42 

3 24 

3 6 

2 48 

30 

13 

56 

39 

22 

6 



25 24 1 15 57 

46 26 1 15 .56 

7 IS 15 56 



27 59 
48 29 

8 4 

28 53 
48 47 

8 27 
27 54 
47 15 

6 8 



15 56 
15 56 
15 55 
15 55 
15 55 
15 55 
15 54 
15 .54 
15 54 



24 55 15 54 
43 28 15 53 



50 
34 
18 
S. 3 
F. 11 
25 
39 

53 

1 6 
I 19 
1 32 
1 44 

1 55 

2 6 
2 16 
2 27 
2 36 
2 45 
2 53 



The history of the world is full of testimony to prove how much 
depends upon industry. Not an eminent orator has lived but is an ex- 
ample of it. Yet, in contradiction to all this, the almost universal 
feeling appears to be, that industry can effect nothing, that eminence 
is the result of accident, and that every one must be content to re- 
main just what he may happen to be. 



; l± MAY. 1S4-.7 

I The Sun may warm the Grass of life, 

I The Dew the drooping Flower ; 

I And eyes grow bright that watch the light 

I Of Autumn's opening hour — 

I But words that breathe of tenderness, . 

And smiles we know are true,. 
Are warmer than the Summer time, 

And brighter than the De w. 

Farmers' Calei&dar. 
P-ftDPARE your ground thoroughly; select the soil for every croi 
best adapted to it ; and for every crop choose the best seed. A littl. 
care in these particulars at the beginning of the season, is the mos 
pro fitable part of a farmer's ca pital. 

Root CuLTUBE —Five things are essential in the culture of roo 
crops : first, a dry soil ; second, a rich soil ; third, a deep soil ; fourth 
a well pulveiized soil ; and fifth, good after-culture. Bv a dn, soil w( 
mean a soil that is not wet. Moisture is beneficial to all crop= and i. 
indeed indispensable to their growth ; hafstanding- water is detrimen 
tal to all root crops, though it repose upon the subsoil: and appear 
but occasionally at the surface. Hence, when roots are to he g.owr 
upon soils that are tenacious or flat, or upon those which repose" upor 
an imper%nous subsoil, the land should either be previously under 
drained or should be thrown into ridges, and the furrows kept ope. 
for the ftee passage of water in heavy rains. Good after-culture im 
phes the keeping of the ground free from weeds, v,*ich rob the cror 
ot Its food, thinning the plants to a proper distance, keepin- the sur 
face mellow, or open to atmospheric influence. If the soil i1 dry, anr 
rich, and deeply pulverised, the labors of the husbandman will yet 
, not avail much, in root crops, if he neglects either to destroy weed- 
I to thin when necessary, or to keep the surface loose and op'en. But 
these latter requisites to success may easily be sot along %vith, if thev 
are attended to in time, and with the proper implements. 

lo bPRouT G.iRpEN- SEEDs.-Procure two sods, of equal size, sav 
J» inches square ; lay one down in the corner of the kitchen chimney 
grass down ; lay your seeds upon it ; if small, wrap them in a pie6o 
ot brown paper ; then place the other sod upon them, grass up— water 
well with warm water, and the seeds will sprout in twenrv-four to 
forty-eight hours. There is one manifest advantage in sprouting seeds 
—It tests their goodness, and shows whether they will or will not 
grow. A smali'quantity of seed submitted to this test before plant- 
ing, would in many instances prevent great loss to the farmer. 

lo Cook EcGs—Pour water heated to the boiling point, into an 
.Ton vesse , and set it upon the stove where the same heat will be 
maintained, but not where it will boil ; then break the e-"s into it 
and lot them remain until they are cooked, which is easily known: 
then take them out of the water and serve up with salt, butter, and 
pepper. Fo our taste, ihey are far better than those cooked in any 
otlier mode. — Praine Farmer. ^ 

A GENTLEMAN after having bought a pair of geese of a countryman 
a . an ex ra pnce ask.a the seller why he was so unwilling to di pose 
of one alone. "Why, sir," said he, " thcyhave been constant iom- 
panions Jire-and-twcnti/ years, and I had not the heart to part them » 
Help others and you relieve yourself. Go out and drive away the 
cloud from that distressed fiiend's brow, and you will return with a 
lighter heart. 

Wisdom prepares for the worst, but folly takes the worst without 
preparation. 
A LOST affliction is an immense loss. 



!l31 



31 days. 



MAY, 



15 





Declination, and Soutliiug of tlie Planets. 


■^ 


Mercury. 


Venus. 


Mars. 


Jupiter. 


Saturn, 
dec. 1 sou. 


Herschel. 


•-< 


dec. 


sou. 


dee. sou. 


dec. [sou. 


dec. 


sou. 


dec. sou. 




nor. 


mor. 


nor. eve. 


sou. mor. 


nor. 


eve. 


sou. mor. 


nor. mor. 




o / 


h m 


° ' h m 


" ' h m 


o . 


h m 


° ' h m 


° ' h m 


1 


2 45 


10 20 


23 41 2 10 


13 59 7 24 


22 36 
22 43 
i2 50 


2 31 


a 5 8 13 


5 37 10 20 


7 


5 31 


10 25 


•24 39 2 17 


12 34j7 17 


2 12 


8 56 7 51 


5 44 9 58 


13 


9 


10 35 


25 12 2 25 


11 7 7 10 


1 54 


8 47 7 29 


5 51! 9 35 


19 


12 57 


10 50 


25 20 2 33 


9 37:7 2 


22 50 


1 36 


8 40 7 7 


5 57| 9 13 


25 


.17 4 11 11 


25 3 2 40 


8 5 6 55 


23 1 


I 19 


8 34 6 4-1 


6 31 8 50 



Pliases of tlie Moon. 

<f Last Quarter 7th day 5h 59m evening.- 
^ New Moon 14th day lOh 33m morning. 
J) First Quarter 21st day 9h 9m evening. 
O Full Moon 29th day 9'h 55m evening. 



Calendar, | I © I © |®j ® | © 
Aspects, ifcc.irise.lsets.iSouthiPliR & s^dec.nor. 



0. 

somi. 



©fa. 



1 7 
2C 

3 2 

4 3 

5 4 

6 5 



8 7 

9C 



4th S aft. Easter. 
]) runs low Si, 

9 in Perehelion; 

Bib.So.fm'd J803. 
Gibbon b. 1737! 
Rogation. 5th S af. 
[Easter. Dh 6- 
9 Perigee. Di^d 

Ascension Day. 

i) runs high N. 
S at.Ascen. 511(5 
D 9 5 [1804. 

Bonaparte Emp'r, 

Lafayette d. 1834. 
Q96 dhd 

§ Stat. 

Whit S. 9 Ap. 

Victoria b. 1819. 

Calvin d. 1564. 

[ett's Har. 1813. 
Attack on Sack- 
Tiinity Sunday. 

Q D r'ns low S. 



h 
527 
517 
50:7 
497 
477 
467 
4417 
4217 
417 
4 39 7 
4 38 7- 
4 37;7- 
367 
3417 
337 
32 7 
3117 

30:7 

29,7 
28,7 
27.7 
26; 7 
25,7 
25 7 
2417 
23 7 
23^7 
22,7 
21 i 7 
2117 
207 



h 
11 
11 

611 
Till 
Sill 
9111 



56-1^ 
56- 
56- 
561 >^ 
56j>£ 



28111 
29)11 
3011 
31 11 



56 
56 
56 
56 
56 
56 
56 
56 
56! 

56!a 
56 11]} 



35 11 



h m 

8 11 

9 10 
10 5 

10 57 

11 41 
morn 



23 16 



1 3 

1 39 

2 13 

2 47 

3 25 

4 2 
D set 

8 34 

9 32 19 

10 23 19 

11 7il9 
11 46 19 
morn 19 

19 20 

48 20 

1 1820 

1 44;20 

2 11120 
2 38 21 



147 

19 50 
37 38 
55 1 
12 28 
29 30 
46 15 

2 43 
18 54 
34 47 
50 25 

5 43,15 

20 43 15 



3 8 
3 42 
J) ris 
8 10 



8 54 21 



35 26 
49 49 

3 53 
17 36 
31 3 
44 8 
56 54 

9 19 
21 23 
33 7 
44 29115 
55 29115 

6 915 
16 27 15 



26 21 
35 53 
45 5 
53 56 



Success in every art, whatever may be the natural talent, is always 
the reward of industry and pains. But the instances are many, of 
men, of the finest natural genius, whose beginnings have promised 
much, but who have wretchedly degenerated as they advanced, be- 
cause they trusted to their gifts, and made no efforts to improve upon 
them. 



16 JUNE . 1847. 

It is not iiKich tlie W orld can give, 



With uH its subtle art, 
And Gold and Gems are not the things 

To satisfy the Heart ! 
But, oh I il" those who cluster round 

The altar and the hearth, 
Have gentle words and loving smiles, 

How bcauUfu! is Earth ! 



Fariuers' Calendar. 

Be not too hasty in washing sheep ; each animal should be washed 
until the water runs off clear, and then put into a cZea/t pasture, free 
from mud holes. 

Keep down the weeds in all root crops, and do not let even the 
plants obstruct one another by being too thickly set. On this subject, 
the late Judge Bucl, of N. Y., gave tliis advice : — " The potato ground 
should be well harrowed, to destroy all the young weeds, and to pul- 
verize the surface, before the shoots have all broke ground. It may 
afterwards be almost wholly managed with the plow and cultivator. 
The beet, carrot, and ruta baga, if sown, as they should be, in rows, 
should be cleaned in like manner, and for like purpose, with the cul- 
tivator, as-soon as the rows of young plants can be readily distinguish- 
ed. One hour's labor, in this way, will destroy moie small weeds, 
and correspondingly benelit the crop, than three hour's labor will ef- 
fect upon large weeds. It is easier to destroy the acorn than it is to 
eradicate the oak. To crowd plants, is like overstocking a pasture, 
or endeavoring to make fat animals from half rations ol food. It is 
dividing among many that food which is required to perfect one. It 
moreover tends to exclude light, heat, and a free circulation of air, 
essential to the development of vegetables, and the perfection of 
their growth. Hence a moderate number of plants will give a better 
product than a great many, upon the same ground, in a crowded situa- 
tion. This is a hard lesson to teach to some farmers, in regard to root 
crops." 



Wash for thf. Hair. — The American Farmer says, a quarter oi 
an ounce of oil of bergamot, put in a quart of uncolored New England 
rum, well shaken together in a glass vessel, and applied twice a day, 
is one of the best washes ever applied to the human hair, and prevents 
its falling out. 

Gapes K-f Chickens. — Take as much soft soap as will cover the 
thumb n;iil, and mix it with meal-dough. Give it to the chicken at 
any stage of the disease. If this fails on the first application it rare- 
ly docs on the second. — American Farmer. 

A Western paper suggests the propriety of growing artichokes as 
a substitute in some degree for potatoes — and on the authority of Ells- 
worth's report!*, states that they arc better feed for hogs, cattle and 
t"he«p, than the potatoe, at a diminution of cost in production. 

To Preserve Eogs. — A pint of lime and a pint of salt, mixed with 
a pail of water, will preserve eggs, for any reasonable lime. 

Those who take every pointed remark as intended for them, arc 
generally most worthy of them. The reason is, they know better than 
others what they deserve. 

Lawrence Sterne once told a very great statesman, that " every 
time a man smiles, mucli more so when he lauglis,hQ adds something 
to the fragment of his life." 

The individual who confesses and regrets an error committed, is a 
man ; the person who, caught at fault, quibbles, and e(|uivocatos, to 
cast the blamo upon another, and shirk the responsibility from liim- 
sclf, is a coward and a sneak. 



30 days JUNE. 17 


Declination aud Southing of tlie Planets. 


C 


Mercury. 


Venus. 


Mars. 


Jupiter. 


Saturn. 


Herschel. | 


•~< 


doc. sou. 


dec. 


sou. 


doc. sou. 


dec. 


sou. 


dec.j sou. 


dec. sou. j 




nor. mor. 


nor. 


eve. 


sou. mor. 


nor. ' eve. 


soil. '. mor. 


nor. mor. ' 




° ' h m 


1 


h m 


° ' li m 


° ' li m 


° ' h m 


° ' h m 


1 


2129 1144 


24 12 


2 48 


6 17 6 46 


23 7 58 


C 29 6 18 


6 10 8 24 


/ 


24 SevlJ 


•23 4 


2 54 


4 44 6 37 


23 10 40 


8 26 5 55 


6 151.8 1 


13 


25 13 44 


3134 


2 59 


3 11 6 29 


23 13 22 


8 24 5 32 


6 19 7 38 


19 


24 43 1 12 


19 46 


3 3 


1 39 6 20 


23 15 '5 


8 241 5 7 


6 23 7 15 


2b 


23 211 34 


17 41 


3 6 


9 6 12 


23 16 


mor. 


8 25l 4 45 


6 26 6 52 



Phases of the Moon. 

d Last Cluarter 5th day llh 16m evening. 
9 New Moon 12tl! day 8h 2m evening. 
D First Cluarter 20tli day 2h 42m evening. 
O Full Moon 28th 8h 33m morning. 



I Calendar, 

JAspects, &c. 







sets 



O i®j • j 
50uth|Pl|R& s dec. nor, 



0. 

semi. 



EQ. T 

0fa. 



1 


3 


2|4 


3! 5 


4 


6 


5 


7 


6 


C 


7 


2 


8 


3 


9 


4 


10 


5 


11 


6 


12 


7 


13 


C 


14 


2 


Ic 


3 


16 


4 


17 


5 


18 


6 


19 


1 


20 


C 


21 


o 


22 


3 


23 


4 


24 


5 


25 


6 


26 


7 


27 


C 


28 


2 


29 


3 


30 


4 



(I runs low S. 
Peace bet. France 
01?n[Eng.l814. 

$4n>Perih. C h c5 
1st S. after Trin. 
^Perigee 
al^d" Cholera 
broke out in U. S. 
-Qlld [1832. 

Snow Storm 1842. 
Ct runs high N. 
2d S. after Trin. 

C 2 c5 [1775. 

Bat. Bunker Hill 
War dec. ag. Gr 
[Biitain,1812. 
3dS,afTr. 01|(5 
9 Apo. ent 23 



Akenside d. 
I2 Stat. 



1773. 



D runs low S. 
4th S. after Trin. 
Madison d. 1836. 
Bat. of Monmouth 

[1778. 



m h 

18|7 
18,7 
17|7 

17|7 

^\l 
16|7 

16l7 

1617 
157 
157 

i5;7 

14|7 
14 



39111 

40 11 

41 11 



14 

14 

14 

14 

15 

15 

15 

15 

15 

16 

16 

16 

17 

17 1 7 

177 

187 

187 



h m ° 
9 42 22 

10 26i22 

11 5'22 
11 40J22 
morn 22 

1422 



47 

1 22 

1 57 

2 36 

3 20 
D set 

8 13 

9 
9 41 

10 18 23 

10 50 23 

11 1823 
11 46|23 
morn 23 

1223 
39,23 



8 23 
38 23 
1623 
59 23 



46 



]) ris 

8 24 

9 7 



2 18 
10 21 

17 56 

25 11 
32 7 
38 36 
44 42 
50 23 
55 40 

33 

5 1 

9 6 

12 43 

16 1 

18 52 
21 19 

23 20 

24 57 

26 10 

26 57 

27 20 
27 20 
26 53 
26 0| 
24 43 
23 1 
20 52 
18 22 
15 26 
12 6 



15 4 
15 4' 
15 4 
15 47 
15 47 
15 4' 
15 46 
15 46 
15 46 
15 46 
15 46 
15 46 
15 46 
15 46 
15 46 
15 46 
15 46 
15 46 
15 45 
15 45 
15 45 
15 45 
15 45 
15 45 
15 45 
15 45 
15 45 
15 45 
15 45 
15 45 



2 
2 

2 
o 

1 
] 
1 
1 

I 
1 

48 
36 
24 
F, 11 
S. 2 
14 
27 
40 
33 



34 
25 t 
16 

6 
56 
46 
35 
24 
12 





Tacitus says, early marriage makes us immortal. It is the soul and 
chief prop of empires. That man who resolves to live without wo- 
man, and the woman who resolves to live without man, are enemies 
to the community in which they dwell, injurious to themselves, des- 
tructive to the whole world, apostates from nature, and rebels against 
heaven and earth. 



18 JULY. 184:7. 

The wound may be sharp aa the pointed steel, 



And long may the sufferer lay, 
Moaning in grief ere the smart shall heai, 

And the fever pass away ; 
But in time he may rise in joyous glee 

Fromthe restless couch of pain. 
And walk with a spirit light and free 

Through the hright glad world again. 



Farmers' Calesidar. 

If tiie weeds were thoroughly cut off early, in some of the hot 
days ahoot the fir<;t of June, they ought not to trouble you much now. 
".Nip weeds in the bud" should be the rule : if this has not been 
done, we are afraid the weeds will require labor which might other- 
wise be turned into the hay-tields. Speaking of hay,, reminds us of a 
practice which has obtained in some parts of Vermont : that is, to 
stack the hay in the meadows, and ha.ve the sheep fed at the stacks in 
the winter. The advantages are that the manure is deposited upon 
the field, thus saving the labor of hauling it with wagons in the spring 
and cutting the sward, and dispensing with barns. Where meadows 
are far from the barns, or consist of soft or wet soil, tlie practice is un- 
doubtedly a good one. 



A NEWSPAPER in a family is equal to three months' time spent in 
school each year. Go into the families where a newspaper is taken, 
and into those that cannot afford it, and mark the difference in the in- 
telligence of the children, and be convinced. 

Legerdemain — ok how to get a whole Suit of Clothes intoa 
Junk Bottle. — Every time you feel like taking a " horn," drop 
the price of a " nipper"' into the bottle and drink a gla^s of pure cold' 
water. Repeat this until the battle is full, then break it and carry 
the contents to a good, tailor. And within a week y.ou will find your- 
self encased in a new suit of clothes, without any trouble or expense 
to yourself. The same can be done with hats, boots, &c. We have 
known a cart load of wood, and a barrel of flour to be transmogrified 
in a similar manner. 

Skillful Wheat CuLTURE.^Mr. Anson Wolcott, of East Bloom- 
field, has grown an average of forty bushels of wheat per acre for 
three years, alternately, in succession. The seed was sown after 
the summer crops of corn and potatoes^ Mr. W. makes a point of us- 
ing both unleached and leached ashes, together with a little lime and 
gypsum. 

Puffed up. — Soap bubbles are airy things, but tbey soon burst. 
Just so it is with men puffed up with vanity. They make a show for 
a season — sail on the current, but soon burst and. nothing is left of 
them. 

A MAN can be instructed by every thing around him. The fly that 
buzzes by his ear— the pebble at his loot — the drop of rain and the 
snow flake, will teach useful and important lessons- to the student of 
Nature. There is not on insect or a grain, that might not employ 
him for hours. Nature is a large book ; what we consider trifles are 
useful leaves in the great volume.. Happy is he wfeo reads them at- 
tentively. 

Avoid an angry man for a while, for his passion will cool j but 
avoid a malicious man forever, for malice nevei dies. 

Wrinkles are the flourishes of old Time's villiainously cramped 
penmanship. 

A WEAK mind is always conjuring up misfortunes,, and makes itself 
wretched before it's time. 

One mild word quenches more heat than a bucket of water. 



31 days. 



JULY 



19 



Declination and Soutliiiig of th.e Planets. 



Mercury. 



dec. I sou. 



nor. 

20 35 
17 47 
14 59 
12 31 
10 50 



eve. 
h m 
148 
154 
153 
142 
122 



Venus, 
dec. 



nor. 

15 23 

12 53 

10 15 

7 31 

444 



sou. 
eve. 
h m 
3 8 
3 8 
3 8 
3 6 
3 4 



Mars. 



dec. I sou. 



mor. 
h m 



1 19 

2 45 

4 7 

5 25 

6 39 



Jupiter. 



dec. I sou. 

noi. mor. 

° ' h m 
23 17 11 27 
23 16 11 9 
23 15 10 51 
23 12 10 33 
23 9110 15 



Saturn. | 


dec. 


sou. 


sou. 


mor. 


o < 


h m 


8 27 


4 21 


8 31 


3 57 


8 36 


3 33 


8 42 


3 9 


8 49 


2 44 



Herschel. 



dec. isou. 

nor. I mor 
° ' Ih m 
6 2916 29 
6 31|6 6 
6 33|5 42 
6 3315 19 
6 33 4 55 



Piiases of tlxe Moon. 

a Last duarter 5th day, 3h 52m morning. 
% New Moon 12th day 6h 48m morning. 
J) First Q,uarter 20th day 8h 3m morninff. 
O Full Moon 27th day 5h 18m evening.. " 



o 


Calendar, 


O 


o 


G 


) 


• 1 • 


o 


G) 


EQ. T 


g ^ 


Aspects, A-c. 


rise. 


sets. 


S0Uth|Pl|R& s 


dee. nor. 


semi. 


©Si. 








h m 


h m 


h 


m 


S. 


h m 


O. 1 II 


, ,, 


m s 


1 


o 




4 19 


7 47 


12 


4 


::::: 


9 44 


23 8 21 


15 45 


3 24 


2 


6 


® in Perigee. 


4 19 


7 47 


12 


4 


^ 


10 20 


23 4 13 


15 45 


3 35 


3 


7 


Dh6 Ocfn 


4 20 


7 47 


12 


4 


^ 


10 54 


22 59 40 


15 45 


3 46 


4 


C 


5th S. af T. O Ap. 


4 21 


7 47 


12 


4 


cp 


11 26 


22 54 43 


15 45 


3 57 


5 


2 


JJcfd DiPd- 


4 21 


7 46 


12 


4 


T 


morn 


22 49 22 


15 45 


4 8 


6 


3 




4 22 


7 46 


12 


4 


cp 


1 


22 43 37 


15 45 


4 18 


7 


4 


OSd . 


4 23 


7 46 


12 


5 


K 


38 


22 37 29 


15 46 


4 29 


8 


o 


9 in y. 


4 23 


7 45] 12 


5 


S 


1 18 


22 30 56 


15 43 


4 38 


9 


6 




4 24 


7 45 12 


5 


n 


2 3 


22 24 


15 45 


4 48 


10 


7 


D runs high N. 


4 25 


7 44 12 


5 


n 


2 52 


22 16 42 


15 45 


4 57 


11 


C 


6th S. after Trin. 


4 26 


7 44! 12 


5 


£2 


3 46 


22 9 1 


15 45 


5 5 


12 


2 




4 27 


7 43,12 


5 


o 


D set 


22 56 


15 45 


5 13 


13 


3 


cfWd 


4 28 


7 43 12 


5 


U 


8 15 


21 52 30 


15 45 


5 2] 


14 


4 


096 (196 


4 29 


7 42 12 


6 


a 


8 50 


21 43 40 


15 45 


5 28 


15 


5 


G. Clinton b 1739. 


4 30 


7 42|12 


6 


a 


9 20 


21 34 28 


15 45 


5 34 


16 


6 


I)$6 


4 31 


7 4212 


6 


III' 


9 50 


21 24 53 


15 45 


5 41 


17 


7 


9 in Apogee. 


4 32 


7 4l|l2 


6 


IIH 


10 18 


21 14 58 


15 45 


5 46 


18 


C 


7th S. after Trin. 


4 33 


7 4o;i2 


6 


:£i: 


10 43 


21 4 40 


15 46 


5 51 


19 


2 


^ in Aphelion. 


4 34 


7 39 12 


6 


ii: 


Jl 10 


20 54 2 


15 46 


5 56 


20 


3 




4 35 


7 38 12 


6 


lO: 


11 40 


20 43 3 


15 46 


6 


21 


4 


Burns d. 1796, 


4 35 


7 37 12 


6 


III 


morn 


20 3] 42 


15 46 


6 3 


22 


5 




4 36 


7 3612 


6 


III 


13 


20 20 


15 46 


6 6 


23 


6 


$ int3 


4 37 


7 35 12 


6 


-/^ 


52 


20 7 56 


15 46 


6 9 


24 


7 


D runs low S. 


4 38 


7 34ll2 


6 


J^' 


1 34 


19 55 36 


15 46 


6 10 


25 


C 


8th S, after Trin. 


4 39 


7 33 12 


6 


^ 


2 26 


19 42 55 


15 46 


6 11 


26 


2 




4 40 


7 3212 


6 


1/5= 


3 23 


]9 29 53 


15 46 


6 12 


27 


3 


Robespierre Guil. 


4 41 


7 31 12 


6 


;/^ 


5 ris 


19 16 32 


15 46 


6 12 


28 


4 


[1794. 


4 42 


7 30 12 


6 


t^ 


7 42 


19 2 52 


15 47 


6 11 


29 


5 




4 43 


7 29 12 


6 


t;:^ 


8 20 


18 48 52 


15 47 


6 10 


30 


fi 


% in Peri. 9 T^ (5 


4 44 


7 98[l2 


6 


^ 


8 57 


18 34 35 


15 47 


6 8 


31 


7 




4 45 


7 27112 


6 


^ 


9 29 


18 20 


15 47 


6 5 



Approach the grave of the proud man, and investigate pride; see, 
the mouth that pronounced lofty impressions, condemned to eternal 
silence ; the piercing eye that convulsed the world with fear, covered 
with a midnight gloom ; the formidable arm, that disturbed the des- 
tinies of mankind, is now without motion or life. The grave is the 
common leveler of all grades and conditions of men. 



^0 ATJG-UST. 184:7. [ 

But ah ! there are wounds of far keen:^i smart ' 

Than those of tlie lance or sword, 
When the inmost depth of the g-entle heart 

Is pierced b)- a wounding word ; 
The sufferer seeks not the shaded room, 

Nor seems from the world estranged — 
But he walks through the world with a glance of gloom, 

And a spirit sad and clianged. 

Farmers' Calendar. ^ 

Isaac Reves, of Delaware, says he will take an old piece of herds '. j 
grass that will not produce half a ton of hay to the acre, and at the i 
end of live years it shall produce two tons and a half per acre, with- 
out breaking up, fresh seeding,. or manuring the land in any waj'. He 
has done it, simply by delaying mowing until the seed of the grass has 
become sufficiently ripe to vegetate. If cut before this period, the 
roots bleed and die out, and there is no seed left to supply the vacancy. 
Such hay lie prefers to any other for horse feed. 



Flax and Barley sown together. — F. L. E writes — "In con-! 
versation with a gentleman from Montgomery county, (N. Y.) ves- ' 
terday, he informed me that a number of farmers in the town of Flor- ; 
ida, had made the experiment of sowing flax-seed and barley togeth- , 
er, and in every instance succeeded admirably — that he sowed him- ' 
self (on a ceitaifi piece of land, not specifying the amount,) ten bush- j 
els of flax-seed and eigiit bushels of barley, wliich produced one liun- 1 
died and thirteen bushels of seed and eighty bushels of barley. He j 
also informed me that his cattle eat the flax and barley witha good 
relisli." — American Agricxdturlat. , 

Usefulness of Toads. — George Hussey, Terre Haute, la., in ref- 
erence to an article under the above head, says : " Not only the toad, 
but the whole family of lizards are useful in our gardens, and more so 
in our orchards, as they climb the trees after their piey, which are in- : 
sects of all kinds, of which they devour great numbers ; they are so 
quick and shy that it is not easy to observe their manner of feeding, i 
but while they lie perfectly quiet in appearance, they are busily fil- 
ling their stomachs with insects that they can scarcely discern." ' ; 

Every boy should have his head, Iiis heart, and his hand educated. ; 
Let this truth never be forgotten. By the proper education of the ''• 
head, he will he tauglit what is good, and what is evil, what is wise, ' 
and what is fcoiish — svhat is right and what is wrong. By the proper 
education of the heart, he will be taught to love wliat is good, wiBe . 
and right, and to hate what is evil, foolish and wr-ong ; and by the 
proper education of the hand, he will be enabled to supply his wants, i 
to add to his comforts, and to assist those around him. The highest j 
objects of A good education are to reverence and obey God, and to 
love and serve mankind ; every thing that helps ns in attaining these ' 
objects is of great value, and every thing that hinders us is compara- 
tively worthless. When wisdom reigns in the head, and love in the , 
heart, tiie hand is ever ready to do good ; order and peace smilo 
around, and sin and sorrow are almost unknown. — Blachcoud. 

There never was a more just remark than that girls have more 
strength in their looks than we have in our laws, and more power in 
their tears than we have in our arguments. 

" Will you take a pinch of snuff, Mr. Spriggins .'" " Xo, I thank 
you ; if my nose had been intended for a dust-hole, it would have been 
placed the other side up." 

A HEART dead to the claims of man cannot be alive to the claims 
of God ; and religion cannot flourish on the ground where humanity 
withers. 



31 days. 



AUGUST. 



31 



Declination and Sontliinsr of the Planets. 



C| Meicury . 




25 16 19110 50 



V^enus. 



Miirs 



dec. I sou. dec. i sou 



nor. eve-. 

° ' h m 

I 29 2 59 

sou. 2 53 

3 56 2 46 

6 27 2 37 

8 46' 2 25 



7 59 
9 2 



|mor. 
h m 

& 9 
4 58 



10 Ql 4 45 
10 52l 4 32 
11381 4 17 



Jupitei. 



dec. sou 



nor. 

23 5 
23 1 
22 56 



mor. 
h ni 
9 54 
9 36 

9 18 



22 51 8 59 



Saturn Herschel. 



dec. I sou. dec. Isoii 



sou. imor 



8 59! 

9 8| 
9 181 
9 28 i 



h ni 
2 15 
1 50 
1 25 
1 



22 45' 8 40i 9 391 35 6 24 5 52 



nor. mor 

° ' h m 
6 33 4 28 
6 31 4 4 
6 2913 40 
6 2713 16 



Phases of tlie Moon. 

d Last Quarter 3d day 9h 9m morning. 
9 New Moon 10th day 7h 38m evening. 
7) First Quarter 19th day Oh 11m morning. 
O Piill Moon 26th day Ih 19m morning. 



5 i Calendar, i © I |® 

^ lAspects, &c.|rise. sets.|south|Pl 



© ! JEQ-T 

R & sidec. nor. semi.|0 si. 



9th S. after Trin. 

Dd"6 

Trial of A. Bun 
[com. 1807. 

D runs high N. 

lOth 1:3. after Trin. 
Lou. Phillipe doc. 
[King of F. 1830. 

Geo. IV b. 1762. 

i) 2 d ® Apogee. 
11th !S. after Trin. 

$ Stat. 

Ja. Beattiedl803. 
Guerriere fr. cap. 
[1812. 
5 runs low S 
12th S. aft. Trin. 
Wash't'n citytak. 
[by British 1814. 
rierschel d 1822. 
5 in Aphelion. 
^ Perigee. 

13th S. aft. Trin. 

§ in Perihelion. 



13 

11 

10 

9 

7 

6 

4 

2 



59 

6 57 

6 55 

6 53 

6 52 

6 50 

6 49 

6 47 

6 45 

6 43 

6 42 

6 40 

6 38 



n 



h m 




10 5 


18 5 5 


10 41 


17 49 54 


11 21 


17 34 24 


morn 


17 18 36 


4 


17 2 33 


49 


16 46 13 


1 41 


16 29 .36 


2 37 


16 12 43 


3 35 


15 55 35 


Dset 


15 38 11 


7 21 


15 20 33 


7 51 


15 2 39 


8 18 


14 44 31 


8 44 


14 26 9 


9 11 


14 7 44 


9 41 


13 18 45 


10 13 


13 29 43 


10 48 


13 10 28 


11 29 


12 51 


morn 


12 31 20 


14 


12 11 29 


1 8 


11 55 26 


2 10 


11 31 2 


3 15 


11 10 47 


4 28 


10 50 11 


Dris. 


10 29 25 


7 28 


10 8 28 


8 4 


9 47 22 


8 41 


9 26 7 


9 18 


9 4 42 


10 2 


8 43 10 



15 47 
15 47 
15 4 
15 47 
15 47 
15 48 
15 48 
15 48 
15 48 
15 48 
15 48 
15 49 
15 49 
15 49 
15 49 
15 49 
15 49 
15 50 
15 50 
15 50 
15 50 
15 50 
15 51 
15 51 
15 51 
15 51 
15 51 
15 52 
15 52 
15 52 
15 52 



6 2 

5 58 

54 

50 

44 

38 

32 

25 

17 

9 



50 

40 

30 

19 

7 

55 

43 

3 29 

3 15 

3 1 

2 46 

2 31 

2 15 

1 59 

1 43 

1 26 

1 9 

50 

33 

15 



Two souls that are sufficient to each other — sentiments, affections, 
passions, thoughts, all blending in love's harmony — are earth's most 
perfect medium of heaven. Through them the angels come and go 
continually, on missions of love to all the lower forms of creation. 
It is the halo of those heavenly visitors that veils the earth to such a 
goldenglory, and makes every flower smile its blessings upon lovers. 



23 SEPTEMBER. 1847, 



Oh ! ol't are the pangs of an outward vound 

Allayed by assiduous care ; 
The patient lists lo the murmared sound 

Of the loved one's fervent prayer ; 
And he meets the gaze of anxious eyes, 

And ho tlianks ti)e Power that sends, 
In his need, the soothing sympathies 

Of tender and watchful friends. 



Farmers' Calcitidar. 

Vermont is improving in the culture of wheat, by the use of ashes 
and lime, and sowing in limestone land: let the march of improve- 
ment be onward, until we produce at least our own bread. Brining 
seed wheat before sowing — that is, washing and soaking it in a strong 
brine made of salt and salt petre, and sprinkling with slacked lime 
and plaster — has been practised with great success. This process is 
cheap, and tends to preserve the wheat from both the fly and the rust. 
Ribbing in ^vheat is a new Western fashion: after the land is thor- 
oughly plowed and harrowed, k is divided by light furrows 10 or 11 
inches apart, when the seed is sown and harrowed over lengthwise of 
the furrows. This brings the wheat into the furrows leaving slight 
ridges between, which protect the seed in winter, and in STimmer 
leave room for a free circulation of air. In harvesting, early cutting 
continues to be practised, except for seed wheat, wHiich by some is 
suft'ered to remain to bo cut last, and is not threshed until seeding 
time comes. 



Effect of (Jolor on Vegetation — The fact has been fully es- 
tablished by the Royal I'olytechnical Society of England, that the 
blue or violet rays of light are far more conducive to vegetation than 
other colored rays. If two pieces of colored glass, the one blue and 
the other yellov^, are placed horizontally o\'er a bed of earth in which 
seeds are sown, it will be seen that those under the blue glass will 
spring up and grow in half the time, and with double the strength of 
those under the yellow or orange color. The glasses, for this experi- 
ment, must not rest on the eaith, but be supported an inch or more 
above the surface. We are not confident that the effect will be the 
same on all kinds of seeds, but if this should prove to be the case, it 
will be well to use blue glass in the sashes of green houses generally. 

Very True. — 1 he Northwestern says": "Every man that has the 
moral courage to take to himself a wife o«ght to take a newspaper, 
as the one is about as indispensable as the other, because to raise a 
family without intelligence is a disgrace to human nature." 

If you wish to enjoy life, avoid unpunctual people. They impede 
business and poison pleasure. Make it your rule not only to be punc- 
tual, but a little before-hand. Such a habit secures a composure 
which is essential to happiness ; for want of it many people Jive in a 
constant fever, and put all about them in a fever too. 

An Effectwal Cure for a Felon. — Bathe the part affected in 
ashes and water — take the yolk of an egg, six drops of the spirits of 
turpentine, a few beet leaves cut fine, a small quantity of hard soap, 
one tea-spoonful of snuff or fine tobacco ; then add one tea-spoonful 
of burnt salt, and one of Indian meal j it never fails to effect a cure, 
if applied in season. 

The young man or women who makes up his or her mind, to lead a 
life of single-blessedness, is guilty of a species of moral saicide. — 
They do not enjoy the sweetest, and in fact, the only comfort in this 
world. 

There cannot be a greater treachery than first to raise a confidence, 
and then deceive it. 



^0 days. 



SEPTEMBER. 



33 



Declination and Soutliiiii^ of tlie Planets. 



Mercury. 



dec. j sou. 



Venus. 



dec. I sou 



Mars, 
dec. I sou, 



Jupiter. 


Saturn. | 


dec. j sou. 


dec. 


sou. 


nor. mor. 


sou. 


eve. 


" ' h m 


O 1 


h m 


•22 38 8 18 


9 52 


eve. 


•22 32 7 59 


10 2 


1140 


•22 26 7 39 


10 13 


11 15 


•22 20 7 19 


10 22 


10 50 


22 15 6 59 


10 .■52 


10 25 



Herschel. 
dec.'sou. 



nor. 



mor. 
^ ' I h m 
15 llll 2 
12 911121 



sou. 



eve. 
h m 

11 51 2 8 

12 39|i 49 
7 54111 40,13 4gI 1 26jl3 21 
3 15)1157 13 581 58 W 3 40 

sou. lev. 9 13 251 25 13 52 



mor. 
li m 



12 23 
12 5.5 



nor. I mor 
° '111 m 
6 19i2 24 
6 15|1 59 
8 lOJI 35 
fj 511 11 
6 46 



Pliases of tlie Moon. 

a Last Cluarter 1st day 41] 24ni evening. 
% New Moon 9th day Oii 57m morning^. 
D First duarter 17th day £h 30m evenip.g. 
O Full Moon 24th day 9"h 35m morning. 



Calendar, 

Aspects, &c. rise. 



10 , _ 

sets, south PliR & 



I 0. 
dec. nor. semi. 



0fa 



0T2 5 C runs h. 
[North 

14th S. aft. Trin, 
Lafayette b. 1757. 
Election in Vt. 

9 Stat. 

D $ 6 • Apogee. 
15th S. aft. Trin. 
N. London burnt 
[by Arnold 1781. 

N, Y. taken 1776. 
D runs low S. 

16th S. aft. Trin. 
0§dSup. 
W. Scott d. 1832. 
[gins. O ent. tO:. 
D I2 6 Aut'mn be- 
J* Stat. 9 Feri. 

17th S. aft. Trin. 

(Ld6 

5 runs high N. 
§ in Perihelion. 



h m 


h m 


b m 


S. 


h m 


, ,, 


, ,. 


5 23 


6 36 


12 


n 


10 48 


8 21 29 


15 53 


5 24 


6 34 


11 59 


n 


11 37 


7 59 38 


15 53 


5 9S 


6 33 


11 59 


£3 


morn 


7 37 40 


15 53 


5 27 


6 31 


11 59 


£3 


33 


7 15 34 


15 53 


5 28 


6 29 


11 58 


^ 


1 30 


6 53 23 


15 54 


5 29 


6 27 


11 58 


k\ 


2 28 


6 31 4 


15 54 


5 31 


6 25 


11 58 


n. 


3 28 


6 8 38 


15 54 


5 32 


6 24 


11 57 


ifp 


4 26 


5 46 6 


15 54 


5 33 


6 22 


11 57 


ifp 


D set 


5 23 29 


15 54 


5 34 


6 20 


11 57 


IIP 


6 47 


5 45 


15 55 


5 35 


6 19 


11 56 




7 15 


4 37 57 


15 55 


5 36 


6 17 


11 56 


:C= 


7 44 


4 15 4 


15 55 


5 37 


6 15 


11 56 


iri 


8 15 


3 52 7 


15 56 


5 38 


6 13 


11 55 


iri 


8 48 


3 29 6 


15 56 


5 39 


6 11 


11 55 


fri 


9 27 


8 6 


15 56 


5 40 


6 9 


11 55 


;f 


10 9 


2 42 51 


15 56 


5 41 


6 7 


11 54 


^ 


10 57 


2 19 40 


15 57 


5 42 


6 6 


11 54 


v> 


11 55 


1 56 -25 


15 57 


5 43 


6 4 


11 54 


1^ 


morn 


1 33 8 


15 57 


5 44 


6 2 


11 53 


t;^ 


58 


1 9 49 


15 57 


5 46 


6 


11 53 


t^ 


2 4 


46 28 


15 58 


5 47 


5 58 


11 53 


ts; 


3 15 


N 23 5 


15 58 


5 48 


5 56 


11 52 


^ 


4 30 


S. 18 


15 58 


5 50 


5 55 


11 52 


X 


I>ris. 


23 41 


15 59 


5 51 


5 53 


11 52 


.,. 


6 3i 


47 5 


15 59 


5 53 


5 51 


11 51 


.p 


7 11 


1 10 29 


15 59 


5 54 


5 50 


11 51 


y 


7 56 


I 33 54 


15 59 


5 55 


5 48 


11 51 


H 


8 42 


1 57 18 


16 


5 56 


5 46 


11 50 


u 


9 33 


2 20 11 


16 


5 57 


5 44 


11 50 


u 


10 27 


2 44 3 


16 



4 
23 

42 

1 1 
1 21 

1 40 

2 
2 20 

2 41 

3 1 
3 22 

3 43 

4 3 
4 24 

4 45 

5 6 
5 27 

5 50 

6 10 
6 31 

6 52 

7 13 
7 34 

7 55 

8 16 
8 36 

8 56 

9 16 
9 36 
9 56 



A parent may leave an estate to his son, but how soon may it be 
mortgaged ! He may leave his money, but how soon may it be squan- 
dered ! Better leave him habits of industry, an unblemished reputa- 
tion, a good education, and an inward abhorrence of vice .• these can- 
not be wrested fiom him, and are a far better legacy than thousands 
of gold and silver. 



34 OCTOBER.. 184:7. 



But he who is stabbed by a wounding word, 

To no car his hurt reveals : 
Silent he bears it, by shame deterred 

From telling the pain he feels ; 
But life's fair prospects it seems to blight, 

And the voice of hope to quell : 
And it comes on his spirit by day and night, 

Like a mockins maddening knell. 



Farmers' Calendar. 

Allow your apples to remain on the trees as late as possible ; and 
if your fruit is valuable and to Ite kept through the winter, gather it 
carefully by l)and, and pack closely iri dry, clean barrels, so as to avoid 
all bruises. Remove the barrels carefully without tumbling, and pile 
them on the bulge in layers on the north side of your house, and cov- 
er with boards so as- to pratect them from the sun and rain, while the 
air is not excluded atthe sides. A mere chill does not injure apples ; 
but when there is danger from freezing, remove them to a cool, airy, 
dry cellar, and keep them as cold as possible short of freezing. Apples 
carefully gathered and packed late in the season never require re-paclc- 
ing. Such are the directions of an eminent nurseryman. 

The first requisite in making good butter or cheese is to have good 
cows : before placing a cow in your herd be careful therefore to know 
the quality of her milk. This can be done by keeping.her m.ilk sepa- 
rate from the rest, and making it into butter. It has been found that 
the milk of some cows is almost valueless for butter making, and it is 
poor economy for a dairyman to keep such. 



Industkv, — At the workingman's house hunger looks in but dares 
not enter ; nor will the baliff or constable enter ; for industry pays 
debts, but despair increaseth them. — Franklin, 

A SPECULATOR who buys largely of the producers, remarked the oth- 
er day, that the first thing he looked for when he went into a man's 
house to purchase, was a newspaper. If he saw none he was sure of 
a good bargain. Think of that ! No man can cheat a person who 
reads a newspaper. 

Old Bread the Best.^ — It has beei? found that baked bread on the 
first day produces from seventy-one tSk-ieventy-nine per cent, of nutri- 
tive matter, while that five days old yields from eighty-one to eighty- 
two per cent. New biead' loses five per cent, of its weight by 
evaporation in cooling; Aside from the advantages of stale bread in 
its nutritive matter, it is more wholesome, more easily digested, has 
more taste and is sweeter ; while new bread lies heavily in the stom- 
ach, and is difiiculfc of digestion. 

No human being, however exalted his rank and fortune, however 
largo and cultivated his understanding, can long be happy without a 
pursuit. Life is a ladder, on which we climb from hope to hope and, 
by expectation, strive to ascend to enjoyments ; but he who fancies 
he has reached his highest hope, or who enjoys the utmost of his wish- 
es, is miserable indeed ; for many who have been most successful in 
their respective undertakings, have given the gloomiest description of 
the emptiness of human pleasures. The pursuit alone can yield true 
happiness ; and the most trifling object that has power to fascinate 
the hapes of man, is worthy of his attention. 

Friends. — When we see leaves drop from the trees in the begin- 
ning of autumn, just such, think we, is the friendship of the world. 
While the sands of maintenance lasts, our friends swarm in abundance ; 
but in the winter of need they leave us naked. He is a happy man 
who hath no need of his friends. 

" I SHALL be back in a minute," as the emetic said to the doctor. 



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31 days. OCTOBER. 


35 


Declination a,iici So'itliing of tlie Plan 


ets. 


p 
<< 


Mercury. 


Venus. 


AJars. 


Jupiter, 
dec. sou. 


Saturn. 


Iiersch(!l. 


dec. j sou. 


dec. 1 sou. 


dec. 


sea. 


dec. sou. 


dec. son . 




sou. eve. 


sou. I'mor. 


nor. 


mor. 


nor., mor. 


sou. evo^. 


nor eve* 




° ' h m 


° ' h ra 


o 


1. m 


° ' h. m 


° ' h ni 


° ' h m 


] 


6 2 022 


12 0'll43 


13 57 


2 13 


22 10 6 38 


10 40 10. 


5 54 eve. 


7 


10 18 34 


9 58111 8 
7 43:10 35 


13 55 


1 46 


22 5 6 17 


10 47 9 35 


5 49 11 57 


13 


14 11 44 


13 47 


1 17 


22 1 556 


10 53 9 [0 


5 44 11 33 


19 


i7 361 .^5 


5 40[l0 7 


13 33 


46 


21 581 5' 34; 10 581 8 46 


5 38 11 8 


'2r, 


50 29' 1 4 4 91 9 45 


13 15 14 


21.561 5 I2I1I 2I 8 21 


5 33 10 44 


Phases of tlie Moon. 




d Last Quarter 1st day 2h 46m morning. 




9 New Moon 9th day 4h 17m morning. 




5 Firrt Q,uarter 17th day 2h 51m mornings. 




O jPuII Moon 23d dr^y 7h 46m evening. 




Q Last Quarter 30th day 5h 6m evening. 




c 1 c ^ Calendar, ' O 


o 





!•! • 1 1 


\Eq..r 


gl^lAspects, &c.|rise. 


sets 


southlPlJR &. s|dec. sgu.|semi.IOfa» 








h m h m 


h m 


s. 


h m 


, ;,| ' 


• 


m s 


1 


6 




5 58 5 42 


11 50 




11 25 


3 7 24|l6 


10 15 


2 


7 


G^6[09 6inf- 


.5" 59 5 40 


11 49 


a^ 


morn 


3 30 42116 1 


10 34 


3 


C 


18th S. aft. Trin, 


6 


5 33 


11 49 


a 


22 


3 53 57|16 1 


10 53 


4 


2 


5 13 Bat. of Ger- 


6 1 


5 36 


12 49 


a 


1 20 


4 17 11116 1 


U 11 


5 


3 


[mantown 1777. 


6 2 


5 34 


11 48 


a 


2 19| 4 40 21II6 1 


11 29 


6 


4 


Peace with Eng- 


6 4 


5 32 


U 48 


n 


3 17 


5 3 29! 16 2 


11 47 


7 5 


[land rati'od 1783. 


6 5!5 31 


11 IS 


n 


4 14 


5 26 32' 16 2 


12 4 


8 6 


D 9 (5 • Apogee. 


G 6 5 29 


11 48 




5 9 


5 49 31il6 2 


12 21 


9 7 


©ecltps'd OmS 


6 75 28 


11 47 


rO: 


5 set 


6 12 26^16 3 


12 37 


lOlC 


19th S. aft. Trin. 


6 85 26 


11 47 


:Ct 


6 17 


6 35 15 16 3|12 53 


Ilia 


The Bahamas dis 


6 10 5 25 


11 47 


m 


6 50 


6 57. 53 16 3 


13 9 


1213 


[by Colum. 1492. 


6 11 5 23 


11 46 


rti 


7 27 


7 20 38ilfi 3 


13 24 


13f4 


O^n 


6 12 5 21 


11 46 


I 


8 7 


7 43 11|16 4 


13 39 


jl4|D 


i) runs low S. 


6 13 5 19 


11 46 


T 


8 53 


8 5 37ilt 


; 4 


13 53 


15 6 


[Saratoga 1777. 


6 14 5 17 


11 46 j: 


9 45 


8 27 57,16 4! 14 5 


16 7 


Burgoyne def. at 


6 155 16 


11 46\y 


10 44 


8 50 18: le 


> 5 14 18 


17C 


20th S. aft. Trin. 


6 1715 14 


11 45\\y 


Jl 48- 


9 12 141 If 


. s 


14 30 


18 2 


IfQ [ren.1781. 


6 18|5: 13 


11 45"-^ 


morn 


9 34 10J16 


) 5 


14 41 


19 3 


Cornwallis sur-'6 19,5 1] 


11 45 


■^ 


55 


9 55 59: 1€ 


► 5 


14 53 


20 4 


(ihd 


6 20 


5 10 


11 45 


^ 


2 6 


10 17 38! IE 


6 15 4 


21 5 


$f Perigee. 


6 22 


5 9 


11 45 


K 


3 18 


10 39 8:ie 


6 


15 14 


2-2 6 


Battle Red Bank 


6 23 


5 8 


11 45 


qp 


4 3211 29 16 


6 


15 23 


23 7 


[1777. 


6 24 


5 6 


11 44 


cp 


D ris 


11 21 40116 


6 


15 32 


24i 


C 


21st S. aft. Trin. 


6 255 4 


11 44 


8 


5 45 


11 42 39116 


7 


15 39 


25 


2 


[tied 1632. 6 26 


5 2 


U 44 


8 


6 31 


12 3 29116 


7 


15 46 


26 


3 


Philadlephia set- 6 28 


5 


11 44 


n 


7 22 


12 24 8 16 


7 


15 53 


27 


4 


]) runs high N. 


6 29 


4 59 


11 44 


n 


8 18 


12 44 35 16 


7 


15 59 


28 


5 




6 30 


4 57 


11 44 


£Io 


9 15 


13 4 50 


16 


8 


16 4 


29 


6 


^-nd 


6 32 


4 55 


11 44 


S3 


10 15 


13 24 54 


16 


8 


16 8 


30i 


7 


Qd8 


6 34 4 54] 


11 44U 


11 14 


13 44 45 16 


8 


16 11 


31 


C 


2i>d S. aft. Trin. 


6 36 4 52 


11 44i^ 


morn 


14 4 22|16 


8 


16 14 


Ha 


ppiness does not consist in greatness. And this is 


proved by 


showing that even in what are supposed to be the peculiar advantage's 


of greatness, the superiority, is, in reality, common to all condi- 


i tiORS, But whether the pursuits of ambition be ever wise 


, is a dif- 


j ferent question ; and a question on which we have great doubt. i 



36 NOVEMBER. 1847. 



Alas ! it is sad in a Christian land 

Such evil things should be, 
And the open warfare of the hand 

Methinks I would ratlier see, 
Than witness the scenes of meral wrens 

Where the strong oppiess the weak, 
And the stealthy warfare of the tongue 

Is waged on the good and meek. 



Farmers' Calendar. 

Trees can be transplanted in the early part of the montliifthe 
weather is not too cold. In some parts of Europe the highways are 
lined with fruit trees, a certain portion of which are free for the use 
of travellers ; and the results are that all except the free trees are 
scrupulously left for the exclusive use ef the owner, and fruit stealing 
is an offence unknown. The practice here, if oniveisal, would prob- 
ably be attended with like results : but at any rate, any man can safe- 
ly line the roads through his farm with maples, or elms, nor would the 
butternut or chestnut be out of place. These are pleasant to tlie eye, 
grateful for their shade, an ornament to the farm, and will not be with- 
out valae for fire-wood or timlser in future. Look out for Jack Frost, 
and remember to have the cattle sheds all ready for the wintery blasts. 
There is an excellent way of building barns which can be easily 
adopted on the up-hill farms of Vermont, to wit: so arrange the barn 
that your hay can be drawn in near the top of the barn on the up-hill 
side, and fed out do\tnwards 1)0 your cattle in stables if you choose, 
or in a sort of yard occupying from half to two-thirds of the ground of 
the barn on the lower side. Back of this part build a cellar in the hill 
for loot crops. 



Olivs Oil. — This article seldom reaches us in a perfectly pure 
state, and its effects, on that account, are often deleterious rather than 
beneficial. 3'he foTiowing recipe for its purification may, therefore, 
be of service to some: — Mix it with water, agitate it violently, then 
let it settle and turn off the oil. The mucilage which produces ran- 
cidity is separated from the oil, and remains in the water. Oils ob- 
tained by compression contain mucilage, and other matters, which 
may be separated by this simple process. 

A MAN as often gets two dollars for the one ("ollar he spends in in- 
forming his mind, as he does for a dollar he lays out in any other way. 
A man eats up a pound of sugar and it is gone, and the pleasure he 
enjoyed has ended 5 — but the information he gets from a newspaper is 
treasured up in the mind to be enjoyed anew, and to be used whenev- 
er occasion or inclination calls for iu A newspaper is not the wis- 
dom of one man ; it is the wisdom of an age, and past ages too. 

A LATE writer on kissing very properly remarks that the abominable 
fashion of ladies kissing each other, is a piece of wanton and unpro- 
voked cruelty ; a sheer waste of Heaven's good gifts ; a miserable frit- 
tering away of what was designed for better purposes. It is absoliitely 
wicked, and ninety-nine times in a hundred it is done for no other p^ir- 
posethau to annoy and make wretched the poor things who stand with 
their hats in their hands, and dare not so much as open their watering 
mouths for fear of slobering their bosoms. 

An indolent youth being asked why he was so shamefully fond of 
his pillow, to the manifest injury of his reputation, replied, '' I am 
engaged every morning in hearing counsel ; — Industry and Health ad- 
vise me to rise — Sloth and Indolence to lie still, and they give their 
reasons pro and con. It is my part to be strictly impartial and hear 
with patience what is said on both sides ; and by the time tlio cause 
I is fairly argued, dinner is generally on the table." 



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30 days. MOVEMBEE. 37 


Decliuatioii and So Tithing of tlie Planets. 




Mercury. 


Venus, 
dec. sou. 
sou. mor. 


Mars. 


Jupiter. ! Saturn. 


Herschel. | 


dec. 


sou. 


dec. sou. 
nor. eve. 


dec. 
nor. 


sou. dec. 
mor. fn>u. 


sou. 
eve. 


dec. 
nor. 


sou. 
eve. 


sou. 


eve. 




o ' 


h in 


° ' h ir 


° ' h m 


O 1 


h ml" ' 


h m 


I 


h m 


1 


^3 1 


1 13 


3 10 9 2 


1 12 52 1137 


21 55 


4 45, li 4 


7 53 


5 27 10 15 


7|24]8 


1 16 


3 1 9 15 


2 12 331 11 5 


2155 


4 22 11 5 


7 29 


5 22 9 51 


13:24 32 


1 10 


3 23 9 2il2 18il0 35 


2157 


3 58 11 4 


7 6 


5 18 9 27 


19,23 20 


45 


4 13| 8 5 


5 12 9:10 6 


2159 


3 34 11 2 


6 42 


5 14 9 3 


25,20 25 


morn 


5 25! 8 5 


3ll2 S! 9 39 


21 2 


3 9.10 381 6 19 


5 10 8 38 


Pliases of the Moon. 


^ New Moon 7th day lOli 21m evening. 


D First Gluaiter 15th day Ih 25m evening. 


O Full Moon 22d day 5h 14m morning. 


C Last Quarter 29th day llh 32ra morning. 


"5" 


D 


Calendar, © | © »| ® 1 © | © 


EQ. T 


s_ 


^ 


Aspects, &c. rise. sets.|southjPl|R & sjdec. sou.|semi. 


©fa. 








1 m'h m 


h m 


S. 


h in 


■ > ' 


; ' ' 


m s 


1 


2 


[1775. 


6 37 


4 51 


11 44 


a 


13 


14 23 46 


16 9 


16 16 


2 


3 


St. Johns taken, 


6 39 


4 49 


11 44 


Ifl' 


1 11 


14 42 57 


16 9 


16 17 


3 


4 




6 40 


4 48 


11 44 


5 


2 9 


15 1 53 


16 9 


16 17 


4 


5 


D $ 6 • Apogee. 


6 41 


4 47 


11 44 




3 5 


J5 20 35 


16 10 


16 17 


5 


6 




6 42 


4 46 


11 44 


zOz 


4 3 


15 39 


16 10 


16 16 


6 


7 




6 44 


4 44 


11 44 


iOi 


4 59 


15 59 11 


16 10 


16 13 


7 


C 


23d S af Trinity. 


6 45 


4 43 


11 44 


in 


D set 


16 15 6 


16 10 


16 10 


8 


2 


Milton d. 1674. 


6 46 


4 42 


11 44 


in 


528 


16 32 44 


16 10 


16 6 


9 


3 


$ in Perihelion. 


6 47 


4 41 


11 44 


J. 


6 8 


16 50 6 


16 11 


16 1 


10 


4 


Vl Stat. 


6 48 


4 40 


11 44 


I 


6 51 


17 7 11 


16 11 


15 55 


11 


5 


P runs low S. 


6 50 


4 38 


11 44 


t 


7 41 


17 23 58 


16 11 


15 49 


12 


6 


[1775. 


6 51 


4 37 


11 44 


"& 


8 38 


17 40 26 


16 11 


15 42 


13 


7 


9 Q Montreal tak. 


5 53 


4 36 


11 44 


^ 


9 39 


17 56 37 


16 12 


15 34 


14 


C 


24th S af Trinity. 


6 54 


4 35 


11 45 




10 44 


m 12 29 


16 12 


15 24 


15 


2 




6 55 


4 34 


11 45 


^^ 


1150 


18 28 2 


16 12 


15 14 


16 


3 


$ Stat. D T2 d 


6 57 


4 33 


11 45 


¥i 


morn 


18 43 14 


16 12 


15 4 


17 


4 


Boston Riot, 1747. 


B 59 


4 32 


11 45 


K 


1 1 


18 58 4 


16 12 


14 53 


18 


5 


Erup. Etna, 1832. 


7 


4 31 


11 45 


cp 


2 10 


19 12 40 


16 13 


14 41 


19 


6 


DI36 


7 1 


4 30 


11 46 


cp 


3 20 


19 26 52 


16 13 


14 28 


20 


7 


Dcfd •Perigee. 


7 3 


4 29 


11 46 


8 


4 34 


19 40 42 


16 13 


14 13 


21 


C 


25th !S af Trinity. 


7 4 


4 28 


11 46 


y 


5 49 


19 54 11 


16 13 


13 58 


22 


2 




7 6 


4 28 


11 46 


n 


D ris 


20 7 19 


16 13 


13 43 


23 


3 


E Gerry d. 1814. 


7 7 


4 27 


11 47 


n 


4 59 


20 20 4 


16 14 


13 27 


24 


4 


]) runs high N, 


7 8 


4 26 


11 47 


n 


5 59 


20 32 27 


16 14 


13 10 


25 


5 


D^d 


7 9 


4 26 


11 47 


03 


7 3 


20 44 26 


16 14 


12 52 


26 


6 


© § Inf- 


7 11 


4 25 


11 48 


03 


8 8 


20 56 3 


16 14 


12 33 


27 


7 


§ in Perihelion. 


7 12 


4 24 


11 48 


a 


9 12 


21 7 16 


16 14 


12 14 


28 


C 


1st S in Advent. 


7 13 


4 23 


11 48 a 


10 15 


21 18 5 


16 14 


11 54 


29 


2 


QhO Car. Wool- 


7 15 


4 22 


11 49 np 


11 17 


21 28 30 


16 15 


11 33 


30 


3 


[sey d. 1530. 


7 16 


4 22 


11 49 W 


morn 


21 38 30 


16 15 


11 12 ' 


Evil thoughts are worse enemies than lions and tigers, for we can 


keep out of the way of wild beasts, but bad thoughts win their way 


every where. The cup that is full will hold no more ; keep your 


head's and hearts full of good thoughts, that bad thoughts may find no 


room to enter. Always be on your guard, and strive to banish all evil 


thoughts from your mind. 



j38 DEGEMBER. 184: 

I YzT none will the f»robing-poisoned diirt 

At my poor behest resign, 
For the power to change the cruel heart 

Is in higlier hands than mine : 
But the taunts men utter, with harsh intent, 

By a God of peace are heard ; 
Oh ! moy He bid offenders in time repent 
Of the sin of a wounding word ! 



Farjners' Calendar. 

To picklehams take for every handr'jd pounds five pints of good 

molasses, (or five pounds brown sugar,) five ounces salt-petre.- eight 
I pounds rock salt, and three gallons of water, and boil gently uiitil the 
: salt is dissolved, skimming off the scum as it rises. Trim your hams 
j nicely and pack in casks with the shanks down ; pour on the pickle 
I cool, and let it remain from two to six weeks, accoiding to the size of 

the hams and state of the weather — the colder the weather the longer 

time is required. 

The following is said to he an excellent pickle for beef, pork, tongues, 

&c. — to each gallon of water add a pound and a half ol salt, quarter 
! ot a pouoji of coarse sugar, and an ounce of salt-petie, to be boiled 
] and carefully skimmed. Pour on to the meat when quite cold, ami it j 
i wil} be fit for use in ten days, except tongues, which require a month 
i at least. The meat must be kept entirely under the brine, and when 
i any scum begins to rise, reboil and skim the brine, adding half a pound 
I ot salt. For tongues, add an ounce of bay salt, a clove of garlic, and 

half an ounce each cf aispice and whole pepper. 



Westphalian Plan or Smokisc; Hams. — A room in a garret ; fire 

in the cellar ; smoke gathered in a tunnel and led to the smoke rooms 

by a small pipe ; by the time it gels there all the heaviest part of py- 

roligneous acid has condensed, and the smoke becomes cool. Nothing 

I touches the ham but a pure, light, cool smoke, which is allowed to 

I pass off by a number of small apertures, about as fast as it is sup- 

I plied. — JV*. Y. Furmer and Mechanic. 

Grease their Wavs. — It is said that caterpillars on apple and 
, other fruit trees, may be imprisoned and confined to their nests, by 
! merely smearing the limb around the nest with oil or grease, — that so 
I fearful are they of any oily substance, that they will stay and starve 
j to death in their wel>, rather thin attempt to cross the charmed line. 
We have never tried this simple method, but if it is as effectual as 
stated, the sooner their ways are greased the better.— Jl/aine Far. 

S. Long, in the Prairie Farmer, says he once lost a number of hogs i 
soon ailer giving them sweet whey. They became swollen and died. I 
Whey if left to sour, or mixed with sour swill, is harmless. He also 
cautions against giving them brine in which there is saltpetre. 

A suBscRiBr.7. to the Southern Cultivator says he takes ^j;e agricul- 
tural papers, and considers the money he pays for them " as well laid 
out as any other, except for the support of the gospel." W^e would 
loan that man money without requiring his note. — JV.jEJ. Farmer. 

To govern the tongue well is a matter of exceeding difficulty, re- 
quiring not only hearty goodness, but great judgment and art, togeth- 
er with vigilance and circumspection. For since the tongue is a very 
glib and versatile engine, which the lenst breath of thought doth stir, 
and set on going any way, it cannot but need much attention to keep 
it either in a steady rest, or in a right motion. 

Character is like wealth ; it takes a long time to acquire it, but 
the actions of an hour may destroy it, 

" The more I labor," said Lavater, " the more ability and incli- 
nation I have to labor." 

\ 



il clavs. 



DECEMBER. 



Declination and S»oiatliiiiar of tlie Planets. 



p; Mercury, ] Venus. | Mars. 



dec. I sou. dec. Isou.i dec. I sou. 



: sou. mor. 

" ' j h m 

1 17 22*10.57 

7 IG 35110 32 

13 17 4940 26 



sou. 



mor nor. 
" '|h m ! " ' ! 
6 53!8 47 1215 
8 33,8 45 12 30 
10 20!8 45;12 52 
19 19 47jl0 3i:i2 10 8 46 12 221 8 9 
25 21 42l]0 41 13 .59 8 47112 57 7 .50 



eve. 

Ji m 

1 9 13 

i 8 50 

i 8 28 



Jupiter. I Saturn. 



dec. i sou. 



nor. eve. sou, eve. nor. 'eve 



22 7 1 
22 121 
22 18! 
22 24 
22 311 



h m 
2 44 

2 18 



dec. 



Herschel. 



dec. Isou. 



h ml 



10 531 5 561 

10 461 5 34| 
1 52|10 39! 5 ll| 
1 25110 30l 4 49: 
58!]0 2o! 4 27| 



li m ' 
8 14 
7 50. 
7 27' 
7 3 
6 39 



Pliases of the Moon. 

® Xew Moon 7th day 3h 41m evening. 
D First Quarter 14th day lOh 36m evenins 
O Full Moon 21st day 5h 18m evening. 
a Last duarter 29th day 8h 58m morning, 



Calendar, 
Aspects, «fcc. 



i I O l«l ® I I 

rise sets, south PI R & s dec. sou. semi. 



EQ. T 

©fa. 





i 


[1825- 


Ji m 


li m 


Il m 


S. 


h rn 


, ,, 




m s 


114 


Emp. Alexand'rd. 


7 16 


4 22 


11 49 


Ifp 


14 


21 48 6] 16 15 


10 49 


2 


5 


@ Apogee. 


7 17;4 22 


11 50 




1 12 


21 57 17il6 15 


10 26 


3 


6 


D 2 6 c? Stat. 


7 18 4 22 


11 50 £i 


2 9 


22 6 2.16 15 


10 3 


4 


7 




7 19 4 22 


11 51 


in 


3 6 


22 14 22 16 15 


9 40 


5 


C 


2d S in Advent. 


7 20 4 22 


11 51 


in 


4 2 


22 22 16 16 15 


9 14 


C 


2 


1>^6 


7 21 4 21 


11 51 


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4 59 


22 29 43 IG 16 


8 49 


/ 


3 


9 in PcTihelien. 


7 22 4 21 


11 52 


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22 36 44.16 16 


8 24 


8 


4 


D runs lov.- S. 


7 23 4 21 


11 52 


T 


5 36 


22 43 19 16 16 


7 .57 


9 5 


Milton b. 1608. 


7 Q4 4 21 


11 53 


'■/p 


G 30 


22 49 27 


16 16 


7 30 


10 


6 


0$a 


7 25 4 21 


11 53 t^ 


7 32 


22 55 8 


-16 16 


7 2 


11 


,"7 




7 25 4 21 


11 54!- 


8 35 


23 22 


16 16 


6 35 


12 


c 


3d S in Advent. 


7 26 4 21 


11 54 -r. 


9 41 


23 5 8,16 16 


6 7 


13 


2 


Dh6 


7 27 4 22 


11 55^ 


10 47 


23 9 27116 16 


5 39 


14 


3 


9 Gr. Elong. 

0ea 


7 27i4 22 


11 55 K 


11 57 


23 13 19116 16 


5 10 


15 


4 


7 28'4 22 


11 56 X 


morn 


23 16 42116 17 


4 41 


16 


g 


DHd ? Perih. 


7 29 4 23 


11 56c)o 
11 .57 cp 


1 G 


23 19 37{16 17 


4 12 


17 G 


Dd6 


7 2914 23 


2 17 


23 22 4 16 17 


3 43 


18|7 


® Perigee. 


7 30i4 23 
7 31!4 24 


11 57 y 


3 28 


23 24 4il6 17 


3 13 


19,C 


4th S in Advent. 


11 58 y 


4 38 


23 25 35 16 17 


2 44 


20 


2 




7 3214 24 


11 58 


n 


5 46 


23 26 38 16 17 


2 14 


21 


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7 32|4 24 


11 59 


n 


D lis 


23 27 13 16 17 


1 44 


22 


4 


0ent.";^\vin;beg. 


7 33 4 25 


11 W^ 


5 18 


23 27 24 16 17 


1 14 


23 


5 


T)X6 


7 33|4 25 


12 0^3 


6 42 


23 37 16 17 


44 


24 


6 


}j{ Stat. 


7 33 4 26 


12 on 


7 44 


23 26 8; 16 17 F, 14 


25 


/ 


Christmas Bav. 


7 34 4 26 


12 1 





8 46 


23 24 48 


m 17 


S. 15 


26 


C 


IstSaf Christm's. 


7 .34 4 27 


12 1 


irp 


9 47 


23 2:3 1 


16 17 


45 


27 


2 


[1812. 


7 34|4 27 


12 2 


nT> 


10 45 


23 20 45 


16 17 


1 15 


28 


o 


Brit. fr. Java tak. 


7 35'4 28 


12 2 


np 


11 A'i 


23 18 2 


16 17 


1 45 


29 


4 


ICaFoHne des 1837. 


7 35,4 29 


12 3 




morn 


23 14 51 


15 17 


2 14 


30 


5 


9 Apogee. 


7 36i4 30 


12 3 




40 


23 11 11 


16 17 


2 43 


31i6 


in Perigee. 


7 364 31 


12 3 


m 


1 37 


23 7 4 


16 17 


3 12 




W 


latever you do, do 


it wi 


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ed to E 


chool 



j never learns his lesson well. A man that is compelled to work cares 
I not how badly it is performed. He that pulls off his coat cheerfully, 
i strips up his sleeves in earnest, is the rnan for me. 
I " A cheerful spirit gets on quick ; 

I A grumbler in the mud will stick." 



30 TOWN FFICER3 AND POSTMASTERS. 

Town Clerk, Constables, Overseers of the Poor, 
Toivn Agent, ToAvn Superintendents of Common 
Scliools, Selectmen, Trustees, Listers, and Post- 
Master, for eacU Town in the State* 



tSettttington Cottnly-' 

.^RLTJ^OTOJ^:— Town clerx Cyrus Hills; constable S Deming2d; 
overseer Asahel Hurd ; agent Z H Canfielil ; superintendents E M 
Aylsworth, Julius Beebe, Z H Canfield ; selectmen Samuel Buck, 
Willard Holden, William D Hoyt ; trustees S Deming, C B Hills, A- 
sahel Hurd ; listers Levine Hard, E ^I Aylsworth, Samuel Benedict ; 
postmasters C B Hills, Arlington, William Brown, West Arlington. 

J?JEJVJV7JVGrOJV.— Town clerk William Haswell ; constables John 
Fay, James S ■Merrill ; overseer John W Vail ; agent John Hicks ; su- 
perintendent William S Southworth ; selectmen John Hicks, John 
\V Vail, S Morse ; trustees Elijah D Hubhell, Wm J Watson, Ste- 
phen Dewey ; listers John W Vail, Perez Harwood jr., Wm S South- 
worth ; postmasters Edward Rice, Bennington, Wm E Hawks, North 
Bennington. 

DORSET. — Town cleik Heman Morse ; constables Nelson J San- 
ford, Plynn D Ames ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Heman Morse ; 
superintendent Cyrus Farwell ; selectmen Norton Sikes, Benj Amen, 
Harvey Holley ; trustees Heman Mojse, Benj Ames, George Barnard ; 
listers Return M Underbill, Israel N Sikes. Jarvis Andrus ; post- 
masters Return M Underbill, Dorset, MarciusB Roberts, East Dorset, 
Daniel Curtis, North Dorset. 

QLJiSTEJ\rBURY.— Town c\eTk Asa G Hewes ; constable Ellas 
Elwell jr.; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Jeremiah McDonald ; super- 
iniendent Asa G Hewes ; selectmen Asa G Hewes, David Houghton, 
Ishmael R Elwell; trustee Ishmael R Elwell; listers Webster Taft, 
John Elwell jr., David Houghton. 

LAJ^DOROVE. — Town clerk Jonathan F Martin ; constable Am- 
asa Utley ; overseer Calvin P Mead ; agent James Martin ; super- 
intendent Amori Benson ; selectmen James Martin, Jonathan F Mar- 
tin, Wm W Martin ; trustee Calvin P Mead ; listers Roswell Rowell, 
Daniel WCoolidge, James Abhott ; postmaster Selah Warner. 

JSIAJ^CHESTER.-'Town clerk John Cooke ; constables Jason B 
Burton, Wm Chamberlain ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Leonard 
Sargent ; superintendents Wm A Burnham, Henry Blackaller, John S 
Pettibor«e ; selectmen Elijah Collins, James Wheaton, Mason Briggs; 
trustees T^niel Roberts jr., Cyrus Munson, Darwin Andrews ; listers 
David Anderson, J B Smith, Eben L Way; postmaster L C Orvis, 
Manchester, Cyrus A Roberts, Factory Point. 

PERU. — Town clerk Ira K Batchelder; constable George Batch- 
elder ; overseer Goodell Walkei ; agent Stephen Dudley ; superinten- 
dents Ira K Batchelder, A S Swift, Ezra Dodge •, selectmen George 
Batchelder, Stephen Dudley, Cephas Bailey ; trustees Benj Barnard, 
Stephen Dudley, Goodell Walker ; listers Jesse Rider, James Lincoln, 
Edmund Batchelder 2d ; postmaster OP Simonds, 

POWJ^AL — Town clerk Sylvanus Danforth,; constables Job E 
Card, Harry Wright ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Elijah Barber ; 
superintendent Abraham B Gardner; selectmen Barber Thompson, 
Elijah Barber, Moses Whipple ; trustees David Gardner, Reynolds 
Carpenter, Elijah Barber ; listers Benjamin Gardner 2d, John Wright, 
Martin Kimbail ; postmaster John M Potter. 

fi£j5DS50A0'.— Town clerk Joel Ranney ; constable Willard M 
Stafford ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Wm S Bishop j superintendent 
Calvin W Baker ; selectmen Benj S Battles, Henry Holbrook jr., Cal- 



TOWN OFFICERS AND POSTMASTERS. SI 

vin W Baker ; trustee Isaac Blanchard j listers Darius Ballou, Si- 
mon Myres jr., Asaliel Gore ; postmaster Joel Ranney. 

RUPERT.— Town clerk Henry Sheldon ; constables Thomas S Be- 
bee, Harmon Underbill ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Nathan Bur- 
ton ; superintendent K. A Watkins ; selectmen Lyman Kinne, Ste- 
phen H Funder, Calvin Moore ; trustees Lyman Kinne, John Phelps, 
Nathan Burton ; listers Seth Sheldon, Joel H Sheldon, John Farrar. 3 
postmasteis Henry Sheldon, Rupert, E B Saffotd, West Rupert, N C 
Goddard, East Rupert. 

S^JSTD GATE.— Town clerk Walter Randall ; constable Daniel 
Wellier ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Roswell Tuttle ; superinten- 
dents Henry R Randall, J J Jenkins; selectmen Roswell Tuttle, Des- 
mond Prindle, Horace Hurd ; trustees Charles Sayre, Theodore San- 
derson, Desmond Prindle ^ listers Reuben Thomas 2d, Levi Peck, 
Theodore Sanderson ;. posimaster Joseph Tuttle. 

SEJiRSBURGH.— Town clerk Joseph Eames ; constable John 
Knapp ; overseers (selectmen) \ superintendents John N Squires, Jo- 
seph Eames ; selectmen Joseph Eames, Henry Hall, Solomon Rich ; 
trustee Joseph Eames 3 listers Joseph Eames, John Knapp, uenry 
Hall ; postmaster Solomon Rich. 

SH^dFTSBURY.— Town clerk Hiram Barton ; constables John M 
Olin, Jonathan C Houghton ; overseer Kahum Wheelock ; agent Geo 
R Draper ; superintendents A Sidney Olin, Israel Keacb, George R 
Draper ; selectmen Philomon Bates, Lemuel Bottum, Franklin Dyer ; 
trustees Nahum Wheelock, Lemuel Bottum, Joshua B Mattfison ; lis- 
ters Samuel Ames, Asa H Whipple, Charles E Houghton,; postmas- 
ters Norman R Douglass, Shaftsbury, Charles E Houghton,. South S. 

ST..9MF0RD.— Town clerk Obed Hall ; constable John. Pratt ; ov- 
erseer William Sanford ; agent Elisha Lake ; superintendents Obed 
Hall, Lewis P Fuller, Elisha Lake ; selectmen Wm Sanford, John 
Stroud, Thomas Bratton ; trustees-- J L Wilmarth, Elisha Lake, Levi 
Gilmore ; listers Ira Whitney, Lewis P Fuller, Rodney Crosier ; post- 
master Stephen C Millard. 

SUJVI)ERJL^A''Di— Town clerk Reuben Webb jr.; constable Dan- 
iel King; overseer Russell Lawrence ; agent Giles B Bacon; super- 
intendent Eben H Graves ; selectmen E H Graves, G B Bacon, James 
M Hicks ; trustees G Bradley, Russel Lawience, Wm Perkins; listers 
E A Graves, Jerome J Hill, Ira Mc Laughlin ; postmaster Gilbert 
Bradley. 

JVIJ^K^LL —Town cleik John Jackson ; constable Charles R Wil- 
liams ; overseer Jesse F Butterfield ; agent Job Leonard ; superinten- 
dents Asahel W Nott, Nathaa- Bliss, James Allen 3d; selectmen Hor- 
ace Gale, Francis Kidder.,. Chandler Eddy ; trustees Job Leonard, 
Walter Williams, Seth Taylor ; listers Reuben M Brooks, Isaac N 
Cochran, Levi Taylor; postmaster Horace C Dean. 

WOODFORD.— Town clerk William G Brown ; constable Ira A 
Fillmore ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Joseph Knapp ; superint3«- 
dents William G Brown, Joseph B Cromask, Almon Ells ; selectmen 
Joseph Knapp, Alonzo Fox, Henry Lovoland ; listers Lewis Fox, .Al- 
mon Ells, Jabez Knapp ; postmaster Roswell Day. 



TVindham County* 

./STHEJVS.— Clerk Marvin W Davis; constable Mark Ball; over- 
seer Jona Colton ; agent Micah Davis ; selectmen Jonathan Colton,.N 
W Oak, Lyman Alexander ; trustee iMark Ball ; listers Asa C Shat- 
tuck, Henry Fuller, Marvin W Davis ; postmaster Marvin W Davis. 

.Siij3rrZEfiO^O.'— Clerk Lafayette Clark; constable Jonathan 
Smith; overseer Samuel Earl jr.; agent Samuel Clark; superinten- 



33 TOWW OFFICERS AND POSTMASTERS. I 

dent Roswell Harris ; sclertnien Samuel Root, S F Goodenou^h, C ' 
W Sargent ; trustee Samui^l Clark ; listers Josepii Goodhue, Kufus j ; 
Pratt, Joseph Wilder ; postmasters F ^» Palmer, Brattleboro', RGood- 1 
enough. West Brattleboro'. i 

DOFER. — Clerk Fayette Perry j constable Martin Peiry ; overseers 
(selectmen) ; agent Asapli Ha<<kins ; superintendent D H Kanney ; se- \ 
lectmen Lyman Howe, Jamos Miner, John Kinsman jr.; trustees La- 
ban Jones, Asaph llaskins, Fayette Perry ; listers Maitin Perry, John 
P Gould, Hosea Mann ; poitmuster Martin Perry. 

Z)£/.)i.V/::i?STOA".— Clerk Joseph Duncan ; constable William O 
Miller ; cverscer William Cook ; ajrent .^sa Kniglit ; superintendent 
Wm N Barber ; selectmen Arnasa Clark, Geo R Miller, Abel Hawes 
jr.; trustee Wiijslow Dutton : listers Wm Bemis, Benj VVillard, Jona- 
than Laughton ; postmasters Luthor Allyn,Ea3t Duminerslon, JN'elson 
Wiilard, \Vest Uummeiston. 

QRAFTOX.—C\eTk Benj H Bridgman ; coostabl? Lewis S Walk- 
er ; overseer Samuel Walker ; a^'ent Abisliai Stoddard; superinten- 
dents Ainlirose Burgess, Mylon .Merriam, MB Bradford ; selectmen 
Gideon Palmer, Xenophon Houghton, Jonathan S Pcltungill ; trustees 
Hynian Burgess, Lutlier Conant, Henry Holmes ; listers Hyman Bur- 
gess, Henry Walker, John Putnam ; ]>'»stmasters Fabiua Bancroft.. 
Grafton, Thomas P Hougliton, Houghtoiiviile. 

GUILFORD. — Clerk John l^ynde ; constable Daniel Jacobs ; over- 
sccre (selectmen) ; agent Elihu Field ; auperiiitendent Warren Blaii- 
chard ; selectmen Thaddeus S Ashc^rafx, Gaidnr-r Briggs, Hiram Smith ; 
trustees Wm Gregory, Isaac Brown, Levi BoyJen jr.; listers Ephraim \ 
Tyler, Joseph Riclimond, Henry S Chase ; postmasters F P Adams, 
Guilford, Xathan Conant, Guilford Centre, Hiram S Cutting, Green j 
River. 

HALIFAX.— C\c.r\i Rufus K Henry ; constable Stephen Niles ; ov- 1 
ersecis (selectmen) ; agent James L Stark ; superintendent William 
Miller ; selectmen Benj Woodard, Timotliy Lurrabee, Newton GIca- ^ 
son ; trustees R K Henry, Benj Woodard, James Tucker ; listers Sto- \ 
phen Niies, Chester Nelson, Addison Fowlor ; postmasters Stephen : 
NHes, Halifax, Salmon Swan, Wnst H., Jededinh Stark, South ll. • 

JJIM'AI C A.— C'iQxV. Elijah G Shumway ; constable John Kellogg;; 
overseer Benj Muzzcy ; agent Solomon Newell ; saaperintendent Sum- , 
ner Lincoln ; selectmen Zachariah W^ Wheeler, David Eddy, Alphe- 1 
us Kellogg; trustee Squire Gleason ; listers Warien Wheeler, Wm j 
L Waterman, Amos Howaid jr.; postmaster Lymaii Merrifield. : 

LOJ\rDOA'DERRY.— Clerk L G Whiting : constables WinfielJ . 
Wright, Ezekiel Glazier ; overseer Barnet Wait ; agent David Ar- : 
nold ; superintendents A M Albee, H White, .A L Fuller ; selectmen [ 
Winficid Wright, Arza Benson, William Thompson ; trustees Daniel '■ 
Davis, Hezrou White, Allen Howard ; listers Ezra Dodge, Daniel ; 
Davis, Hezron White ; postmaster Peter Dudley jr. j 

JSIARLHORO.^ — Clerk Jesse Cone ; constable John Worden ; over- j 
seer Asaph Knapp ; agent Ira Adams ; superintendent Simon W 
Houghton ; selectmen Ira Bryant, Almerin Ames, Bradley Houghton ; | 
listers Sylvester Woiden, George Higley, Wm W Winchester ; post- 1 
master Jesse Cone. I 

JVr/riT^JVf:.— Clerk Otis Warren; constable Marshall Newton;' 
overseer Calvin Ward ; agent N Houghton ; selectmen Wm Sherman, j 
George Arnold, C C Merrifield ; trustee Artemas Bruce ; listers Wm 
L Williams, Nathaniel Higgins, P F Cook ; pustmaBters Jacob Dunk- 
loe jr., Fayeiteville, C \y Joy, Williamsville. 

PC/7JVEr.— Clerk William Houghton ; constable John Black ; ov- 
erseer (selectmen) ; agent Warren B Richardson ; superintendent A- 



TOWN OFFICERS AND POSTMASTERS. 33 

mos Foster, Hubbard Eastman, John Kimball j selectmen David Craw- 
ford, Israel Keyes, Joseph T Radway ; trustees John Kimball ; listers 
Walter P Richardson, John H Stoddard, Dcnison Davis ; postmaster 
Peyton R Chandler. 

ROCKIjXGHAM.— Clerk James A Willard ; constable Charles W 
Pulsipher ; overseer Eiias Pulsipher 3 agent Cyrus Locke ; supeiin- 
tendenis C J Walker, F Severance, A Hazletine 3 selectmen John 
Wiley 2d, James B Morgan, Gates Perry jr,5 trustee Asa Wentworth 
jr. 5 listers Asa Locke, Wm P Barker, Joseph Leach ; postmasters 
Benj. Frost, Saxton's River, J W Moore, Bellows Falls, Elias Scott 
jr., Rockingham, L Gushing, Cambvideport, Charl&s Barrett, Bartons- 
j ville. 

I SO.IfUiZS^T',— Clerk Ephraim Rice 3 constable Geo E Rice 5 over- 

I seer Daniel H Rice ; agent Hazelton Rice 3 superintendent Hollis 

Town 5 selectmen Hollis Town, Rufus Cobb, Oliver Pike 3 trustee 

Hazleton Rice 3 listers Levi Snow jr., Levi H Willard, Geo E Rice. 

[Letters to this town should be directed to Wilmington.] 

STiL/SrrOjV.— Clerk Richard Scott 5 constable Hiram Baldwin; 
overseer Moses Forrister 3 agent Amos Knights 3 superintendent Eze- 
kiel Estabrook 3 selectmen Amos Knights, John Underv.ood, Hudson 
Grout 3 trustees Amos Persons jr., Stephen BuUard, John Underwood 3 
listers Otis Persons, Joseph Blodgett, Rufus Lyman 3 postmaster 
Freeman VVyman. 

rOffJVS/fEJVZ).— Clerk Emery Cathan 3 constable Abner John- 
son: overseer Chapin Howard 5 agent John Roberts 3 superintendent] 
Horace Fletcher 3 selectmen James H Phelps, Henry L Aiken, Jonas 
Twitchell 3 trustees Samuel Gray, Clark Wilkinson, John Blandin 3 
listers Samuel Gray, Clark Wilkinson, John Sanderson 3 postmasters 
Oscar Butterfield, Townshend, John Fessenden, West Townshend. 

VERJ\rOJ^.— Clerk Marshall Whithed 5 constable Elijah Stefabins 
jr.3 overseer Alexander Perry ; agent Eben'r Howe jr.3 superinten- 
dents Cyrus Washburn, John Stebbins, Lorenzo Brown 3 selectmen 
Elijah Slebbins, Ebenezer Howe jr., V\'illiam Johnson 3 trustees Eli- 
jah Stebbins, Marshall Whithed, E Howe jr; listers J E Franklin, 
Sidney S Miller, Marshall Whithed 3 postmaster Marshall Whithed. 

WATiDSBORO\— Clerk Silas Dexter 5 constable Lyman W John- 
son 3 overseer Amasa Fitts 3 agent Nathaniel VVard 3 superintendent 
John Tufts 3 selectmen Levi Fitts,|Solomon Higgins, Nathaniel Ward 3 
trustees Nathaniel Ward, Silas Dexter, Henry Grover3 listers James 
S Perry, Eli Pratt, Adams Twitchell 3 postmasters John Rice jr., 
Wardsboro', Josiah G Higgins, Aorth Wardsboro', P B Fisk, Ham- 
monds Mills. 

WESTMIJ^''STER.— Clerk Pliny SafFord 3 constables Sylvester S 
Stoddard, P '? Goold ; overseer Ira Goodhue 3 agent Ellery Albee 3 
superintendents NT Sheafe, Alfred Stevens 3 selectmen John C Rich- 
ardson, Joim Minard, Wm K Church 3 trustees David Gorham, Timo- 
thy H Hall 3 listers Stephen K Cobb, D C Gorham, Nathan G Pierce 3 
postmasters Pliny Saiford, Westminster, A T Ball, West W. 

JVHITLYOHjIM —Clerk Hosea F Ballou5 constables Truman H 
Streeter, James M Roberts ; overseer Josiah Briggs ; agent Reuben 
Winn 5 superintendents Reuben Winn, Hosea P Ballou, Amherst 
Lamb 5 selectmen Amos Brov/n, Rufus Carley, Elisha Putnam 3 trus- 
tee Reuben Winn 3 listers Samuel Newell, Samuel Wheeler, Harris 
Scott 3 postmasters Nathan L Butler, Whitingham, Laban J Childs, 
Jacksonville. 

WILMIJ^G TOM— Clerk S P Flagg ; constable Z S Moore : over- 
seer Volney Forbes 3 agent A B Childs ; superintendent Ashley 
Stone 3 selectmen Israel Lawton, Horace Alvord, J H Dix 3 trustee 



34: TOWN 0FFICEB5 AND POSTMASTERS. 

Horace Alvord ; listers Eliel Crosby, Ashley Stone, A F Winchester ; 
postmaster A B Chiids. 

tVIJVDIMM.—C]eTk William Harris ; constable John Woodburn 
jr.; overseer Jason D Jones ; agent Timothy Burton ; superintendent 
William A Chapin ; selectmen Jason D Jones, Simeon Barrett, Fran- 
cis I) Sawyer ; trustee Timothy B-:Hton ; listers Roswell L Cobb, 
Wm Harris jr., Clark Stearns ; postmaster Wm Harris jr. 

'iS*iudsor Connty. 

^J\^D OVER.— Cleik Joseph Dodge jr.; constable Thomas R Clark ; 
overseer John B Manning ; agent William W^arner; selectmen Joseph 
Dodge jr., Henry Heald, Charles Sherwin ; trustees J B Manning, G- 
W Stickney, Harvey Carlton ; listers William Warner, Phineas Par- 
ker, Cyrus Bailey ; postmasters J B Manning, Aadover, Charles Sher- 
win. Simondsville. 

BALTIMORE.— Clerk John Piper ; constable Phineas C Robinson ; 
overseers (selectmen); agent JoshaaLeland; superintendent Rodney 
L Piper ; selectmeaJohn Piper, Joshua Leland, Jonathan M Boynton ; 
trustee Jonathan M Boynton ; listers William Davis, Levi Piper, Ze- 
nas H Graves. 

BARX^RD. — Clerk Daniel Aikens ; constable Lucius Freeman ; 
overseer James Walcott ; agent RoUin Richmond ; superintendents 
Calvin Selden, Joseph Sergeant ; selectmen Jasper Clark, Allen Cox, 
William Wight ; trustees Loring S Winslow, Clark Chamberlin, Si- 
las Tupper ; listers Rollin Richmond, PaulD Dean, Chaney Walcott ; 
postmasters Joseph B Danforth jr., Oliver Walcott, East Barnard. 

BETHEL. — Clerk Jacob Smith ; constable Ira Burbank ; overseer 
Calvin Morse ; agent David Owen ; superintendents Matth&w King- 
man, Dudley C Blodgett, David Owen ; selectmen Oliver Hincher, 
Daniel Wallace, Elijah Castle, Asa Davis, Thomas P Russell ; listers 
Asa Davis, Paul Kinstry, Lather Bullard; postmasters Jacob Smith, 
Bethel, O H Brooks, Ea'st Bethel. 

BRIDOEWATER.— Clerk Philander Smith ; constable and over- 
seer Ovid Thompson ; agent Lyman Raymond ; superintendent Z W 
Furbur ; selectmen Ebenezer Clement, Josiah Raymond, Sidney Men- 
dall ; trustees R W Southgate, Josiah Josselyn, Gilbert White ; listers 
Lyman Raymond, Joseph E Willis, Jesse T Shurileff ; postmaster 
Philander Smith. 

CAVEKPISH. — Clerk Otis Robbins ; constable Joseph Adams; 
overseer Isaac Heald ; agent Salmon F Dutton ; superintendents John 
M Harlow, Jubilee W^ellman, Warren Skinner ; selectmen Otis Rob- 
bins, Wm Spaulding, Josiah Gilson ; trustees John Stearns, Joseph 
White, Abel Burbank ; listers Ryland Fletcher, Zenas F Hyde, Geo 
F Davis ; postmasters Otis Robbins, Cavendish, Elijah F Parker, 
Proctorsvine. 

CHESTER.— Clexk Amos Heald ; constables Benjamin B Sargeant, 
Ephraim Ingraham jr.; overseer Marvel Johnson; agent Thomas T 
Barrett ; superintendents Thomas T Barrett, A A Ranney, James 
Robbins ; selectmen Hugh H Henry, William Mason, Horace Onion ; 
listers David A Sherwin, Pierpoint F Bowker, Haskel Weston ; post- 
master Addison Fitch. 

HARTFORD.— Clexk Geo E Wales ; constable Alvin Bailey ; ov- 
erseers (selectmen) ; agent John Porter ; superintendents John K 
Lord, John Dudley ; selectmen Lucius Hazen, Benj Porter, Theophi- 
lus Gushing; trustees John Porter, Shubael Russ, William Savage ; 
listers Nathan Gillett, Lorin B Dudley, Henry Wolcott 3 postmasters 
J C Brooks, Hartford, Jacob Diraick, Q.uechee Village, S T Steele, 
West Hartford. . 



TOWN OFFICERS AND POSTMASTERS. 35 

HARTLJiKD.—C\ei\i Eben M Stocker; constable Lewis Merritt j 
overseer Buckley Marcy ; agent Daniel Denison ; supprintendent Ar- 
nold Gill ; selectmen Jonathan Bagley, Jonathan Hodgman, Moses T 
Swan ; trustee Elias Bates ; listers Jonathan Hodgman, Eben M 
Stocker, Moses T Swan ; postmasters Reuben Weld, Hartland, James 
N Willard jr.. North Hartland. 

LUDLOW. — Clerk Artcmas SpafFord ; constable James M Putnam; 
overseer Zachariah Parker jr.; agent Asa S Barton ; superintendent 
Reuben H Washburn ; selectmen Menick SpafFord, Frederick Dun- 
bar, James B Horr ; trustee Maitin Perry ; listers Artemas Spaulding, 
Esek W Adams, Otis Ross ; postmaster Charles S Mason. 

J\''OR WICH.—Cieik William E Lewis ; constable Samuel Wright ; 
overseers (selectmen) ; agent Aaron Loveland ; superintendent Shu- 
bael Converse ; selectmen Joseph P Wyatt, Aaron Loveland, Elias 
Newton ; trustee Harvey Burton ; listers William E Lewis, Francis 
Pratt, Otis Seaver ; postmaster Ira Davis. 

PLYMOUTH.— Cleik Thomas Moore ; constables John S Slack, 
John W Stickney ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Joseph Kennedy ; 
superintendent Levi M Slack 3 selectmen Jared Marsh, Joseph Ken- 
nedy, Joel M Slack ; trustees Lyman Wood, Isaac Pollard. Joseph 
Eaton ; listers Sumner S Wheeler, Moses Pollard jr., Jared Marsh ; 
postmasters R P Pollard, Plymouth, Joseph Martin, Tyson Furnace. 

POMFRET.— Clerk Otis Chamberlin ; constable A L Chamberlin ; 
overseer Benj Persons jr.; agent Ora Paul ; superintendents H Hew- 
itt jr., H Doton, P Manchester; selectmen John Chedel, Cyrus S 
Leavitt, Daniel Tinkham ; trustees Gardner Winslow, C S Leayitt, 
Thomas Frazer; listers Charles Hutchinson, Charles R Whitman, 
James H Richardson ; postmasters A L Chamberlin, Pomfret, L S 
Murdock, South Pomfret, P T Snow, Snow's Store. 

REjIDIJVO. — Clerk B Hapgood ; constable Amos Mann ; overseer 
Benjamin Sawyer ; agent Solomon Keyes ; superintendent Albert D 
Hager; selectmen B Hapgood, Benj Sawyer, Marvin Robinson ; trus- 
tees Charles Buck, Walton Brown ; listers John Wheeler, Rufus 
Forbush, Benoni Buck ; postmasters David Hammond, Reading, Ru- 
fus Buck, South Reading, Walton Brown, Felchville. 

jR0Ci2ESr£/?.— Clerk John Trask; constable Barna Cooper; ov- 
erseer Thomas B Martin ; agent Artemas Cushman ; superintendent 
William Scales ; selectmen John Trask, John W Chaffee, Gould 
Stockwell ; trustees E D Briggs, Amos C Richmond, Gould Stock- 
well ; listers Solon Clark, Thomas B Harvey, Lowman Martin ; post- 
master Julius C Tilden. 

R0Yj3LT0J\r.— Clerk Calvin Skinner; constable Daniel Wood- 
ward ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Daniel Woodward ; superinten- 
dents Dudley C Denison, S W Slade, C B Drake ; selectmen John L 
Bowman, Harvey Shipman, Edwin Pierce ; trustees Elisha Rix, Dan- 
iel Woodward, Horatio N Freeman ; listers Thomas Fay, John Coy, 
James Davis ; postmaster E P Nevins. 

SHJiROJ\r. — Clerk Samuel Shuttle worth ; superintendent John Ad- 
ams ; overseers and selectmen Freeman Holt, Lorenzo G Chillson, 
David Fales ; trustee Chester Baxter ; listers John C Baldwin, John 
Shiphard, Don Z Steele ; postmaster Wooster Downer. 

SPRIJVGFIELD.— Clerk Bezaleel Wood ; constables Samuel Ca- 
dy, Preston Averill ; overseer Wm W Whitney ; superintendent Geo 
W Bailey ; selectmen John Farnham, James Whipple, Wm Dana ; 
trustee Jonathan Chase ; listers Ephraim Walker Jr., Otis B Litch- 
field, Dennis Allen ; postmasters Geo Washburn, Springfield, John 
White, North Springfield. 

STOCKBRIDQE.— Clerk Merrick Gay; constable and overseer 



36 TOWN OFFICERS AND POSTMASTERS. 

Paul W Gay ; iigont Isaac Ta^gart ; superintendent Milton E Smith ; 
selectmen Arunali Allen jr., Epliraim Twitchell, Isaac Jones ; trus- 
tees Samuel Belcher, Paul VV Gay, Caleb Leonard; listers Enos 
Chandler, Isaac Taggart, Joel Marsh ; postmasters A B Morgan, Stock- 
bridge, Merrick Gav, Gaysville. 

WEJlTHERSFIELD.—CAcxk Joshua Upham ; constable and over- 
seer John C Haskell ; agent Wni M Pingrey ; superintendent Wra M 
Guilford, Thomas H Cantield, Eleazer Jordon ; selectmen J F Chil- 
son, David Sherman, Josiah iS'ewell ; trustee Charles Barrett; listers 
Walter Newell, Joshua M Aldrich, JohnSherwin ; postmasters Bailey 
Bartlett, Weathersfield, Joseph Kidder, Perkiasville, George White, 
Greenbusli, Amasa Gay, Corners. 

WESTOM — Clerk "Samuel Peabody jr.; constable Perkins N Wi- 
ley ; overseers (selectmen); agent Stephen Smith; superintendent 
I Samuel C Lovcland ; selectmen Perkins N Wiley, Samuel Peabody jr., 
I Ivers H olden ; trustee Emerson Ross ; listers Andrew J Gray, Joseph 
i Gardner, Joel Peabody ; postmaster John Wilder. 
1 WIJ^DSOR. — Clerk Caleb Kendall ; constables Marcus Worcester, 
j Darwin GBillinas ; overseer Samuel Buinham ; agent Carlos Coolidge ; 
I superintendent Elijah Hutchinson ; selectmen Samuel H Price, David 
i Huggins, Oliver Hale ; trustee Henry White : listers Erastns C Tor- 
rey, Samuel Parker, Peter Houghton ; postmasters Walter R Gilkey, i 
VVindsor, Samuel Parker, Brownsville. j 

^00£>SrOC^.— Clerk N Haskell; constable Gains Perkins ; ov- 
erseer Samuel Wood ; agent Lyndon A Marsh ; superintendents Joel ! 
Clapp, Wm Livingston ; selectmen Phiio Hatch, Samuel Wood, Ash- \ 
ley W^yman ; trustee Job Lyman ; listers Nathan Cushing, Richard '. 
Hayesj Nathan T Churchill ; postmasters E A Kimball, VVoodstock, j 
Oliver Bailey, Scuth Woodstock. 

Xtitlaud County. 

BEJ^SOJN'. — Clerk L C Kellogg ; constable Joel Olmsted ; overseer 
Joseph Gibbs ; agent L C Kellogg ; superintendent Azariah Hyde ; se- 
lectmen Joseph Gibbs, F W Walker, Othniel Goodrich jr.; trustee F 
W Walker ; listers Chauncey Higgins, Mosely F King, Perre GLadd ; 
postmaster John Kellogg ji. 

BR^J^DOK. — Clerk Barzillai Davenport; constable Levi Briggs ; 
overseer Stephen Hall ; superintendent Cornelius A Tiiomas ; select- 
men Stephen Hall, Chestci Winslow, Amasa Collins; trustees Na- 
than T Sprague, Ezra June, David Sanderson ; listers Barzillai Da- 
venport, Harvey Hall, Lewis II Barker ; postmaster Edward Jackson. 

CJiSTLETOJ^.—CXexk OR Harris , constable Horace R Guernsey ; 
overseer (selectmen) ; agent Smith Sherman ; superintendent Harvey 
O Higley ; selectmen Smith Sherman, Wm Sanford, N N Northrop ; 
trustees O R Harris, Hyde Westover, Endearing Johnson ; listers B 
D Sanford, Eli Ames, Allen Palmer; postmasters Cullen Moulton 
Castleton, Pitt W Hvde, Hydeville. 

C///jrr£JV'X)£JV.— Clerk Capen Leonard ; constables Charles Bee- 
be, Azem Churchill ; overseer Alvin Randall ; agent Hiram Baird ; 
superintendents Capen Leonard, Charles Beebe ; selectmen George 
W Barnard, Hiram Baird, Alvin Randall ; trustees Reuben Harris jr., 
Charles Hewett, S W Harrison ; listers Dan B Bogue, Porsena Wood, 
Joseph Parker ; j)ostmaster Douglass Barnard. 

CLAREKDOJ^.—C\Grk Philetus Clark ; constables Franklin Bil- 
lings, Joseph Congdon ; overseer and agent Philip Briggs ; superin- 
tendent John L Marsh ; selectmen Philip Brings, BcnjFiskjr., Ger- 
shom Cheney; trustees (Jalvin Grossman, Harvey Steward, Hiram 
Smith; listers Daniel Wing, Hiram Smith, Lensey Round jr.; post- 



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I masters Caleb B Hall, Clarendon, Ruel Parker, East Clarendon, Hen- 
I ry Hitchcock, Clarendon Springs. 

I D^J^BY.— Clerk William Otis ; constables Albert Bucklin, Gard- 
I ner Griffith ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Harvey Parris ; superin- 
i tendont Marcus Bartlett ; selectmen John Sherman, Hiram H Kellv, 
j Edwin Vail ; trustee Caleb Parris 2d ; listers Seneca Smith, Harris 
' F Otis, Aaron Rogers jr.; postmasters Joseph R Green, Danby, Minor 
Hillyard, Danbv 4 Corners. 

I FJilRHAFKN:— Clerk Benj T Gilbert ; constable James N Kelsey ; 
overseers (selectmen) ; agent Wm C Kittredge ; superintendent Wm 
i C Kittredge ; selectmen Barnabas Ellis, Heman Stanard, Jefferson 
i Barnes ; trustee Joseph Siieldon jr.; listers Alanson Allen, Abrara 
j Graves, Stephen Fish ; postmaster Tsrael Dewey. 

HUB BjiRDTOJV.— Clerk S B Whipple ; constable Johnson S Ben- 
edict ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Jonathan F Pollard ; superinten- 
! dent Horace K Spencer ; selectmen Justus Wright, Wm Bansier, Jon- 
athan F Pollard ; trustees Justin Jennings, Pliny Holmes, James W 
, Barber ; listers Milton G Barber, Justin Jennings, James Flagg ; post- 
i master E B Dewey. 

I IRM. — Clerk John Mason ; constable John Ross ; overseer Leonard 
I Mason ; agent Bradley Fish ; superintendents F Page, James L Gil- 
more ; selectmen Enos C Fish, Abel Thornton, Ira" Mann ; trustees 
John Mason, Abel Thornton. Joshna Harrington ; listers Abel Thorn- 
ton, Chapman Giddings, Bradley Fish ; postmaster Joseph Chapman. 
MEJ\rDOJ\r.— Clerk James K Pearson ; constable Cyrus Edson jr.; 
overseer James K Pearson ; agent Edward Mussey ; superintendent 
Jonas Wheeler ; selectmen Zidon Edson, Rufus Richardson, Willard 
Hayward ; trustee Zidon Edson; listers John Osbom, Jaied Long, 
Ezia Edson; postmaster Edward Mussev. 

MI D D LET OWK.— Clerk Adin H Greene ; constable Menira Cas- 
well ; overseer Jacob Burnham ; agent Caleb B Harrington ; super- 
intendent Wm J Smith; selectmen Jacob Burnham, Charles Coy, Hen- 
ry Gray, Horace Clark, John Fitch ; trustees Caleb B Harrington, 
Menira Caswell, Jacob Burnham ; listers Horace Claghorn, John A 
Vail, Luther Buxton, Menira Caswell, Caleb B Harrington ; postmas- 
ter Moses E Vail. 

MOUMT HOLLY.— Clerk Abijah Cole ; constable Luther French ; 
overseer John Biyant ; agent and superintendent John Crowley ; se- 
lectmen Obed B Dickerman, Alvin Holden, Hiram Dickerman ; trus- 
tees Daniel T Huntoon, Waldo B Allen, Alvin Holden ; listers John 
Ackley, Roswell Earl, Franklin L Frost ; postmasters Alva Pierce, 
Hount Holly, Dan Peck, Mechanicsville. 

MOUJK^ TABOR.— Clerk J P Burton ; constable B B Britton ; ov- 
erseer and agent Gideon S Tabor ; superintendent Azel Kelley ; se- 
lectmen Ebenezer Hu'chinson, Azel Kelly, Asa Nichols ; trustees 
Gideon S Tabor, Joshua Nichols, Benj B Britton ; listers Gideon S 
Tabor, Azel Kelly, Joseph P Burton. 

ORf'f'ELL.. — Cieik Roswell Bottom jr.; constable Alvan Abby ; ov- 
erseer Mason S Abel; agent Joseph H Chittenden; superintendent 
Job Hall ; selectmen Ckauncey H Conkey, Newell Hall, Lewis S 
Hemenway ; trustee Julius C Thomas ; listers Absalom Fuller, Asa 
Young, RulufF White ; postmaster Joseph M Bishop. 

PAWLET. — Clerk Harry Griswold ; constable Gerry Brown; ov- 
erseers (selectmen) ; agent Jeremiah Bushee ; superintendent Allen 
Wheedon ; selectmen Jeremiah Bushee, David Blakely, David Car- 
ver ; trustee Mihon Brown ; listers Smith Hitt, Abram S Edgerton, 
Josiah Tobev ; postmaster Charles W Potter. 

PITTSFIELD.— Clerk Amos Holt ; constable George McCollum ; 



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overseer Jos Durkee ; agent Asa Gaines ; superintendent N E Green J 
selectmen Penuel Child, Reuben Guernsey, C A Thomas ; trustee® 
Daniel Ranney, Orten Hatch, Charles Mudgett ; listers J M Fuller, 
N E Green, Roswell Ranney ; postmaster Asa Gaines. 

PITTSFORD.— Clerk Samuel H Kelloge ; constable Jeffrey A 
Randall ; overseer Jeffrey Barnes ; agent Thomas F Bogue ; superin- 
tendent Levi Smith ; selectmen Tho's F Bogue, Asher Burditt, Jef- 
frey Barnes ; trustee Jeffrey Barnes ; listers Samuel H Kellogg, Isaac 
C Wheaton, Artemas Carpenter ; postmaster Sidney P Griswold. 

POULTJ^EY. — Clerk Peter Farniiam ; constable Salmon Richards ; 
overseer Paul M Ross ; agent Jolin B Beaman ; superintendent Joseph 
Joslin ; selectmen William Fifield, T D Dewey, D Giddings ; trustee 
VVra P Xoyes ; listers Olcott Sherman, Harlow Hosford, G M Ran- 
som ; postmasters \Vm McLeod, EastPoultney, S P Hooker, West P. 

RLTI^JVD.— Clerk Ambrose L Brown ; constables Edwin L Gris- 
wold, Israel Cook ; overseer Truman Moulthrop ; agent Alembert 1 
Pond; superi:;t' i.ddnts Daniel Haskell, Robert H Hopkins; selectmen : 
Truman Mouli.irop, Benj Capron, Aior Dikeman ; trustee Robert 
Pierpoint ; listers Henry W Lester, Jesse L Billings, David Morgan jr.; 
postmasters Jona C Dexter, Rutland, Asa Perry, West Rutland. 

SHERBURjYE.— Clerk Rufus Richardson jr.; constable Benj Max- 
ham ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Benj Maxham ; superintendent 
John Johnson; selectmen Silas Colton, Jona N Hatch, John Johnson ; 
trustees S W Adams, John Johnson, B Maxham ; listers S W Adams, 
R Esterbrooks, G W Topliff ; postmaster S W Adams. 

SHRE IV SB URY.— Clerk Lowell W Gurnsey ; constable Charles 
Johnson ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Jona Buckmaster ; superinten- 
dent Wm B Brown ; selectmen Jona Buckmaster, OtisG Jones, Phin- 
ehas Colburn ; trustees P Colburn, N B Smith, H Cook ; listers E J 
Holden, Nathaniel Lord, Wm Marsh ; postmasters John Buckmaster, 
Shrewsbury, D B Jones, Cuttingsville. 

SUDBURY.— Clerk James K Hyde ; constable Wm P J Hyde ; ov- 
erseer and agent Barnard Ketcham ; superintendent Russel Williams; 
selectmen Paul Spooner, E L Hall, C W Horton ; trustees James K 
Hyde, C W Horton, John F Geodale ; listers James K Hyde, Isaac 
Ketcham 2d, A J Ketcham ; postmaster Thoinas J Goodrich. 

77JVV>/0i7TiZ:— Clerk George Capron ; constable Geo Capron jr.; 
overseers (selectmen) ; agent Okadiah Noble ; superintendent Calvin 
Brewer ; selectmen Harvey Shaw, Davis Hopkins jr., Judah Round ; 
trustees Heman Hastings, O Noble ; iisters Spencer Waldo, David 
Hopkins, Absalom Noble. 

JV^LLIjYGFORD.—Cleik David Holden ; constables A L Hyde, 
Esaias Hall ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Haivey Button ; superin- 
tendents S Martindale, Robert Myies; selectmen A Hull, J W Ains- 
worth, J H Vail ; trustees John Fox, S M Edgerton, J B Munson ; 
listers George O Vail, S Townsend jr., Otis Bourne, L French ; post- 
masters R Bucktin, Wallingford, J H Vail, South Wallingford. 

WELLS. — Clerk Artemas Lewis ; constable Allen Grover; overseer 
Joseph Park ; agent Wesley demons ; superintendent Wm H Parks ; 
selectmen John S Hulett, JohnBarden, Nelson Paul ; trustees Harvey 
Parks, John C Hopson jr., David B Lewis ; listers Calvin Farrar, 
Wesley Clcmons, Raymond H Hopson ; postn:aster Levi Lewis. 

WEST Hj3FEJ\r.—C\eTkR S Armstrong; constable R C Hitch- 
cock ; overseer A Hitchcock ; agent R S Armstrong ; superintendent 
Moses Field ; selectmen S P Abel, S Benjamin, S Field ; trustee 
Sam'I Adams ; listers William J Billings, S W Tryon, N Fish ; post- 
master R S Armstrong. 



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•^dj^isott Connty, 

j1 DD IS OJV.— Clerk Henry Wiimarth ; constables John W Strong, 
Rector Gage ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Samuel Pond ; superin- 
tendents CE Miles, Pattison Murray; selectmen Wheeler French, 
Samuel Pond, Aaron Hinds j' trustees David V Chambers, Gideon See- 
gar. Samuel Pond ; listers Hyder Barnes, Jonas N Smith, Geo Will- 
marth ; postmasters W S Brown, Addison, D C Goodale, Chimney Point. 

B Rl DP ORT.— Clerk E E Grosvenor ; constables Charles Howe, J 
K Ferre ; overseer J Williams ; agent C Solace ; superintendent R 
Hemenway ; selectmen Daniel Eldiidge, Simeon Z Walker, Abel H 
Rice ; trustees U Miner, A P Skiff, C A Wicker ; postmaster F P 
Fletcher. 

BRISTOL.— Clerk Henry Grinnell; constable Wm C Rider; over- 
seer Nathan Rider jr.; agent Harvey Afunsill ; superintendent Barnes 
Frisbie ; selectmen Horatio Needham, Harvey Parmelee, Amos E 
Hazletine ; trustees Harvey Mansill, Datus R Gaige, Philo S Warner ; 
listers Gaius A CoUamer, Henry F Day, Truman Crane j postmaster 
Datus R Gaige. 

C0RJVWJ3LL. — Clerk Marcus O Porter ; constable and overseer 
Abram Foot ; agent John Sanford ; superintendent Lyman Matthews ; 
selectmen Cliesterfield Hooker, Jas T Lane, Harris Bingham ; trus- 
tees Wm Hamilton, Austin Dana, Charles DeLong ; listers Daniel 
Sanford, Austin Dana, Reuben P Bingham ; postmaster C H Stowell. 

FERRISBUROH.— Clerk Zmiel Walker; constables Jas Barnes, 
C C alartin ; overseer Ira Tupper ; agent William Hazard ; superin- 
tendent Solon Burroughs ; selectmen Lansing Hard, Hartwell Powers, 
Lyman Kimball ; trustees Stoddard Martin, Cyrus Booth, David Haz- 
ard ; listers Norman J Allen, James Barnes, J B Booth ; postmaster 
John Martin. 

GO.SHEJV.— Clerk Elnathan Knapp ; constable Wm Carlisle jr.; 
overseer Ezra Washburn jr.; agent Francis Brown ; superintendent 
John Capen ; selectmen Jonathan Clark, Silas D Gale, Gardner Bride ; 
trustees Francis Brown, Samuel P Towle, Elnathan Knapp ; listers 
Wm Carlisle jr., James Carson, Asa Fasset. 

QRAJWILLE — Clerk Amasa Eaton ; constable David Eaton ; ov- 
erseer Wm Lamb jr.; agent John Hackett jr.; superintendent Alonzo 
G Allen ; eelectmen Joseph Flint, Charles Lamb, Caleb Ford ; trus- 
tees William Lamb jr., Amasa Eaton ; listers Hiram For^Alonzo G 
Allen, Eber Lamb ; postmaster Alfred Atwood. JBf 

H^JVCOCK.— Clerk Zerah Baines; constable Alba El^orth •, ov- 
erseer Augustus Taylor; agent Charles G Robbins ; superintendent 
John Strong ; selectmen Nathan Olaflin, Thaddeus Austin, Bela R 
Perry; trustees Charles G Robbins, George Diggina. Augustus Tay- 
lor ; listers Charles G Robbins, Amos GFassett, Robert Claflin; post- 
master Royal Flint. 

LEICESTER.— Clerk Ja^mes S Messer; constable Isaac Moise jr. ; 
overseers (selectmen) ; agent Johi; G Perry ; superintendent Wm F 
Wright ; selectmen James S Messer, Leonard D Jenny, Walter F Bar- 
ker ; trustee Adin A Swinington ; listers John G Perry, Ira R Farr, 
Larnard Atwood ; postmaster Jehiel Griswold. 

i/JVCOZJV.— Clerk Wm W Pope ; constables John C Doav, Jesse 
B Farr ; overseer Joseph Coiby ; agent Wm Mitchell ; superiniendent 
Norman Towsley ; selectmen John Bush, Almon C Allen, Daniel H 
Sargent ; trustee Wm Mitchell ; listers Almon C Allen, Jesse B Farr, 
Wathan Green ; postmaster Luther M Kent. 

MIDDLEBURY.— Clerk James McDonald ; constat)le Harry Good- 
rich ; overseer Thomas M Fitch ; agent Edward D Barber ; superin- 
tendents Ozias Seymour, S P Lathrop, J M Slade ; selectmen Zache- 



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U3 Bass, Edwin Hammond, Oliver Hyde ; trustee Edward D Barber ; 
listers Leonard Deming, Calvin Hill, Jacob W Conroe ; postmasters 
E D Barber, IMiddlebury, Levi Needham, East Middiebury. 

MOJVKTOJ\i''.—CloTk Stoddard Hollis ; constables Dan S Eastman, 
Geo S Barnum ; overseer Roswell Atwood ; ag^nt James Miner; su- 
perintendent Henry Miles ; selectmen Roderick Baldwin, Rob't Cox, 
Ashbel A Dean ; trustees John French, Lewis L Beers, ColesCook ; 
listers Alson ColiSns, T C Smith, Coles Cook : postmaster L C Keeler. 

JVEfF Tf^r^JV.— Clbrk G VV Brown ; constables Eleazer Taylor, 
S Thompson ; overseer Loyal W Stow ; agent E S Hinnian ; superin- 
tendent James Mciacham ; selectmen Jonathan Hoyt, Loyal W Stow, 
Horatio Plumley ; trustees Jonathan Hoyt, J W Ijangdon, Ellas Bot- 
lum ; listers E S Hinman, Ira Gifford, Osmond Dond ; postmasters 
Hubbard Cook, New Haven, Hirnm Rider, East Mills. 

P.^JVrOjV.—CleikGearge Spencer; constables Philo Bristol, E Ad- 
ams ; overseer Hiram tfpaulding ; agent Bethuel F Gaines ; super- 
intendent James Tenbroeke ; selectmen Horatio N White, Jonah 
Kent, John P Smith ; trustees Hiram Spaulding, Bethuel F Gaines, 
Nelson Richards ; listers Silas Pond, H N White, George Walker ; 
postmaster W Brown. 

R[PTOJ\i\ — Clerk Arnon A Atwood ; constable Harry Downer ; ov- 
erseer Samuel H Kendrick; agent and superintendent George Chip- 
man ; selectmen Samuel H Kendrick, John R New, Jona R Fernal ; 
trustee Benj Beacon; listers George Chipman, Arnon A Atwood, Cur- 
tis P Ripley ; postmaster Daniel' Chipman. 

SALISBURY.— Clerk E H Weeks ; constable Solomon Thomas jr.; 
overseer Horace Thomas; agents (selectmen) ; superintendent George 
Barrow ; selectmen S S Cook, C P Sheldon, Amos Hamilton ; trustee 
Sumner Briggs ; listers Dan Dike, John Prout, Alansoii Wainwrrght ; 
postmaster Harvey Deming. 

SHOREHJiM. — Clerk Levi O Birchard ; constables Lorenzo D Lar- 
rabee, Alphonso B Bascom ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Homer 
Weight ; superintendent David E Page ; selectmen Gasca Rich, Alon- 
zo Birchard, Jasper Bainum ; trustee Ebenezer Bush ; listers John T 
Rich, Marvin North, Levi O Birchard ; postmaster Edmund B Hill. 

STARKSBORO\—C\erk Wm Worth 2d ; constable A E Wright ; 
overseer and agent Ira Bushneli ; superintendents A Ferguson, JKey- 
ser, NS Morrison; selectmen L W Hill, J C Pierce, L Bushneli; 
trustees Bt Bushneli, B L Knight, P Hill ; listers Wm Worth 2d, B 
L Knight, Joseph Hill ; postmaster A M Hawkins. 

FEjRR^jVJVES.— Mayor John Thompson ; aldermen Joshua Scott, 
Hosea Willard, Geoigc Throop, Carlos Blake ; city attorney Geo W 
Grandey ; clerk of city court Frederick E Woodbiidge ; city sheriff 
Wm Joslin ; city clerk Wm H White ; constable and overseer John E 
Roberts ; superintendent H F Leavitt ; common council Samuel Mor- 
gan, Wm Joslin, Charles D Keeler ; listers C T Stevens, F E Wood- 
bridge, Samuel P Hopkins ; postmaster John Parkei. 

^.^ZT/fj^JJ/.— Clerk Peleg Fisher ; constable Newon Rose ; over- 
seer George S Chase ; agent John P Strong ; superintendent Edwin 
Everts ; selectmen Charles Bacon, Peleg Fishor, Harry Eveits ; trus- 
tees Charles Bacon, Rollin Everts, Peleg Fislier; listers John D Bar- 
ton, John P Strong, Rollin Everts. 

WEYBRIDQE. — Clerk Isaac Drake ; constable Lailren Drake ; ov- 
erseers (selectmen) ; agent Benj Wales ; superintendent Leander D 
Gregory; selectmen I^eandcr D Gregory, Edwin Hay ward, Philo Jew- 
ett ; trustees Elijah G Drake, Benj Wales, John Brittell ; listers Jed- 
ediah R Dodge, Elijah G Drake, Columbus J Bowdish ; postmaster 
Orange Brittell. 



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Peck, Allen Ketchum ; postmaster Simon Taft. 



Orange County. 

BR^DFORjy. — Cleik Geo P Baldwin; constable Jbshua Garey ; 
overseer Arad Stebbins ; agent Daniel Martin ; selectmen John Bond, 
Hubbard Wright, E P Johnson ; trustees Gk!0 P Baldwin, Arad Steb- 
bins, Geo VV Prichard ; listers John B Pickett jr., J C Colby, Jesse 
Johnson ; postmaster S E Davis. 

BRJ3IMTREE.—C\exk Ammi Nichols ; constable Z B Flint ; over- 
seer Elijah Flint ; agent Ziba Bass ; superintendents Sam'l Fitts, J B 
Hutchinson, Ammi Nichols ; selectmen Augustus Flint, John Waite, 
Zelotes Wood ; trustees Augustus Flint, James Hutchinson, John 
Waite ; listers Ira Mann, William Cushman, W^illiam Nichols ; post- 
masters J P Kidder, Braintree, Joseph Spear, West Braintree. 

BR OOKFIELD.— Clerk A W Bigelow ; constable Asa Smith ; ov- 
erseer Reuben Peek ; agent Joseph G Smith ; superintendent Freder- 
ick W^heatley ; selectm"en J S Allen, Noah Paine, John Herrick 2d; 
trustees Justus Edson, Reuben Peck, Sprague Arnold jr.; Hsters Ari- 
el Eurnham, Sprague Arnold jr., John Lamson; postmasters Z S 
Spear, Brookfield, M P Davis, East Brookfield. 

CHELSEj}.— Clerk Foster Grow ; constable H E G McLaughhn ; 
overseer Isaac Emerson ; agent Augustus P Himton ; superintendent 
James R Morse ; selectmen Nicholas Gi'man, Salmon J Moore, Wil- 
der Dearborn ; trustee Lement Bacon ; listers Hyde Cabot, Elihu 
Hyde, Hiarry W Hatch ; postmaster Jonathan Smith jr. 

CORIJSrtH— Clerk John A Tenney ; constable George W Little ; 
overseer Samuel Darling ; agent William Spencer ; superintendent 
Solon Martin ; selectmen Hubbard Fellows, Mansfield Taplin, Alfred 
Merrill ; trustees Reuben Page, George Sleeper, John A Tenney ; lis- 
ters David Dearborn, Nehemiah Lovewell, Amos C Tenney ; postmas- 
ters William Spencer, Corinth, Nathan Blake, East Corinth. 

F^IRLEE.— Clerk J B Bailey ; constable Francis Davis ; overseer 
Geo W Cook ; agent Francis Davis ; superintendent Thomas Strat- 
ton; selt?ctmen Elihu Corliss, AH Gilmore, Benj Celles^trustees 
Josiah Joslin, Elihu Corliss, Dyer Waterman ; listers Cyi^fetearns, 
Wilham Child, Zebulon Noiiis ; postmaster Geo W Brown. 

JVEWBURY.— Clerk David Johnson ; constable Eph'm B Stevens ; 
overseer Daniel Putnam ; agent John B Chamberlctin ; superintendent 
Geo W Campbell ; selectmen William R Shedd, Levi Carter, Simeon 
Stevens jr.; listers Geo R Leslie, Joseph Berry, Joseph Smith ; post- 
masters Freeman Keyes, Newbury, Charles B Leslie, Wells River, 
Thomas J Doe, South Newbury, 

ORAJ^GE, — Clerk Timothy Hancock ; constable Carlos Carpen- 
ter; overseer and agent David Holbrook ; superintendent Linus Lane ; 
selectmen Robert Richardson, Jeremiah Sanborn, N S Cutler ; trustee 
Carlos Carpenter J listers R Pope, J P Sargent, J Peake; postmaster 
Orange Fifield. 

RANDOLPH.— Clerk Benj T Blodgett ; constable Horace Wheel- 
er; overseer Belcher Salisbury ; agent Harvey liamson ; superinten- 
dent Levi Washburn ; selectmen Lebbeus Edgerton, Phinehas Moul- 
ton, John Weston ; trustees Philander Perrin, Horatio Lillie, Charles 
Waldo ; listers Loren Griswold, Elisha Herrick, Charles Waldo, Am- 
mi Burnham, Gilman Tarbell ; postmasters Philander Perrin, Ran- 
dolph, Harvey Curtis, East Randolph, S B Mann, West Randolph. 



4:3 TOWN OFFlCE:iS AND P0STMA8-TEHE. 

STRJlFFORD.—CleTii Stephen Morrill ; constable Daniel G Pen- 
nock ; overseer John Burnham ; agent Daniel Cobb ; superintendent 
J N Stiles ; selectmen Wm B Hascltine, Jas S Moore, Hiram E; st- 
man ; trustees Stephen Morriil, Pliny Day, Chase Dow; listers Geo 
W Alger, Charles Barrett, Freeman Walker ; postmasters William 
Hatch Sanborn, Strafiord, Harrv Russ, South Strafford, 

THETFORD.— Clerk Hamilton D Tyler , constable Samuel Da- 
vis ; overseer Josepli Matson ; agent Wm Kingman ; superintendents 
William Sweatt, S W Thayer jr., Uriel Hosford ; trustees Jona Em- 
erson, Wm H Latham, Henry Gillett; listers S G Heaton, Gilman 
Gordon, C M Emerscn ; postmasters J T Mutchmore, Thetford, M J 
Walker, Union Village, Josiah Coburn, Post Mills. 

TOPSHAM.— C\e{k Levi Tabor j constable William Rogers ; ov- 
erseer James F George ; agent John W Batchelder ; superintendent 
Andrew J W^allace ; selectmen James F George, David Bagic y jr., 
Moses Jones ; trustees Hale Grow, Moses Jones, R M Bill ; listers 
Aaron Sanborn, James Chamberlain, Jesse Dickey ; postmasters Isaac 
McNiece, Topeham, Moses Wallace, West T. 

TUJVBRIDGE.—Cleik Charles B Chandler ; constable William B 
Brown; overseer James Brown; agent Benj Hall; superintendent 
Norman Durant ; selectmen John E Dodge, John Lougee, X^athaniel 
King jr. ; trustees Wm Putnam, John Lougee, Charles B Chandler ; 
listers VVm C Drew, Wm P Brown, Horis L Hayet ; postmaster F 
Sturtevent. 

VERSHIRE.— Clerk Thomas Keyes ; constable Stillman T Wig- 
gins ; ovcrsser William Moody ; agent Simeon Bacon ; superinten- 
dents Geo W Pi-ichardson, E C Fuller, D M Baldwin ; selectmen Wm 
Moody, Geo W Jones, Lyman Fitz ; trustees Thomas Keyes, Simeon 
Bacon, Moses Bartholoncew ; listers Aldin Church, David Eastman, 
Lenox Gi'man ; postmaster Horace T Keyes. 

WASHlJ^GTO/iT.— Clerk John Colby; constable John Emery ; ov- 
erseers (selectmen) ; agent John Colby ; superintendent H A White ; 
selectmen B W Bartholomew, G R Gale, Stephen Blake ; trustee B 
W Bartholome%v ; listers Charles Lyman, Daniel Fitts, Elisha Tracy ; 
postmaster B F Dickinson. 

WEST FJilR LEE.— Clerk Elkhsi Thayer; constable Cyrus May; 
overseer Azariah Wild ; agent William Niles ; superintendent Alfred 
S Hutchins ; selectmen John Coburn, R H Wild, James Fuller; lis- 
ters Jossapnball, D Robinson, Cyrue May ; postmaster A B Southworth. 
WILLIAM ST O WJ^.—Cletk W S Beckett ; constable Eben'r Bass ; 
overseer Bradford Xewcomb ; agent Daniel D Martin ; superintendent 
Eli W Taylor ; selectmen John Lynde, Alvin Smith, Walter New- 
comb ; trustees Alvah Simons, John Lynde, Porter Martin ; listers 
Chester Martin, Nelson Martin, John Lynce ; postmaster Rodolphue 
Ainsworth. 

Chittenden Connty* 

BOLTOJV. — Clerk James H Whitcomb ; constable Joseph Smith jr.; 
overseers (selectmen) ; agent James Noriis ; superintendent Russell 
Morse ; selectmen Wm H Sabins, Daniel Colton jr., Samuel Morse ; 
trustees John Beede, Gideon Barber, James Norris ; listers Alexander 
Smith, Solomon Pierce jr., Benj B Hatch; postmaster Joseph Smith. 

BURLIJVGTOJr.— Clerk Cbarles Russell, constable John Church ; 
overseers (selectmen) ; agent Charles D Kasson ; superintendents H 
J Parker, J K Converse, O W B Peabody ; selectmen Wyllys Lyman, 
Harry Bradley, Seth Morse ; trustees Charles Russell, Isaac Warner, 
Wm R Vilas ; listers Samuel K Isham, Bostwick Tousley, Lyman 
Cummings ; postmaster William Noble. 



TOWN OFFICERS AND POSTMASTERS. 4t3 



CHARLOTTE.— Clerk Samuel U Barnes ; constable David C Gil- 
lett; overseers (selectmen); agent Luther Stone ; suerintendents J M 
Driver, Thomas Whalley ; selectmen Leonard Slieiman, Daniel C 
Lake, John J Bouton ; trustees Samuel H Barnes, Wm E Sherman, 
Luther c :one ; listers John Sherman, Peter N Higbee, A L Beach jr.; 
postmaster Samuel H Barnes. 

COLCHESTER.— Cleik George P Mayo; con&tables Hezekiah H 
Bates, James H Edwards ; overseei Cyrus Farrand ; agent Udney H 
Penniman ; -superintendent David Read ; selectmen Cyrus Farrand, 
John S Webster, Ebcnezer Wolcott ; trustees Henry H Brovcnellj 
Henry Boardman, R Aewton ; listers Jacob Rolfe, Francis Hand, Mil- 
ton D Wickware ; postmaster Cassius N Phelps. 

£SS£X— Clerk Amasa Bryant ; constable Alanson Bliss ; overseei 
P L Castle ; agent Jesse Carpenter ; superintendent Daniel Warren ; 
selectmen P L Castle, Chester Slater, J B Weed ; trustees Byron Ste- 
vens, Samuel Thrasher, Marshal Castle ; listers William Bliss, L N 
Williams, Edmund Williams ; postmaster Jesse Carpenter. 

HIjYESBURGH.—C\eik Wm B Viele ; cons,table Noble B Flana- 
gan; overseers (selectmen); agent Joseph Marsh ; superintendents 
Daniel Goodyear, Alex'r A Forbes ; selectmen Daniel Goodyear, Na- 
thaniel Miles, Daniel Gorham; trustees Jedediah Boynton, John S 
Patrick, Alson H Post ; listers Elmer Beecher, Rufus Patrick, Green 
D We Her ; postmaster Thomas W Gibb. > 

I[UJ\rTIJ\rOT0Jyr.— Clerk Alexander Ferguson; constable Selah 
Ambler; overseer John Judson ; agent Alex'r Ferguson ; superinten- 
dent Geo W Bromley ; selectmen Joel Mix, George Eddy, Eiij ih Ring ; 
trustee Lyman Hall ; listers John Judson, John Bickford, Jacob S Rood; 
postmaster Stephen Bartlett. 

JERICHO. — Clerk John Lyman ; constable Andrew Warner ; ov- 
erseer and agent Truman Galusha ; supeiintendent Fiancis B \Vheel- 
er ; selectmen Truman Galusha, Hiram Day, Harvey Field ; trustees 
Oliver Lowrey, Geo B Oakes, Luther Brown ; listers Jamin Hamilton, 
Erastus Field, Isaac L Benham ; postmasters GeoB Oakes, Jericho, 
Abram Jackson, Jericho Centre. 

MILTOJ\r. — Clerk George Ayres ; constables Victor Adams, H P 
Seegai ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Daniel H Oaion ; superinten- 
dents Daniel H Onion, A G Whittemore, Hector Adams ; selectmen 
Ira Witters, Heman Fairchild, Wm Maris ; trustees Samuel Boaid- 
man, Lyman Burgess, John Jackson ; listers Orvil M Clark, Samuel 
Boardman, Wm V Reynolds ; postmasters H B Smith, Milton, C L 
Drake, West Milton. 

RWHMOJVD.— Clerk E B Green ; constable T C Barney ; overseers 
(selectmen) ; agent Artemas Flagg ; superintendent Guy C Sampson ; 
selectmen Safford Colby, Edwin Brown, E D Mason ; trustee A B 
Maynard ; listers Nathan Fay, J A Hall, J L Mason ; postmaster John 
Delaware jr. 

SHELBURJVE— Clerk Lyman Hall; constable David J Tupper ; 
overseer Lee Tracy ; agent Levi Comstock jr.; superintendent Edwin 
H Sprague ; selectmen Isaac Higbee, Levi Comstock jr., Harry Rus- 
sell; trustees Lavater S White, Elijah Phelps, Eli Monroe; listers 
Ira A Collamer, Jas F Wells, Geo Saxton ; postmaster Geo B Isham. 

ST. GEORGE,— Clerk Reuben Lockwood ; constable Homer H 
Bassett; overseers (selectmen); agent and superintendent Colonel 
Smith ; selectmen Colonel Smith, Reuben Lockwood, Silas Isham ; 
listers Reuben Lockwood, Colonel Smith, Nathan Lockwood; post- 
master Reuben Lockwood. 

UjVDERHILL.— Clerk H A Nararaore ; constable John Story ; ov- 
erseer F FletchejT ; agent M Fellows ; superintendents S Parmelee, J 



4:4: TOWN OFFICERS AND POSTMASTERS. 

Cilley ; selectmen F IHetchcr, A Whitton, E Birge ; trustees H Gloyd, 
J Choate, J Mead ; listers A Livingston, L French, H Martin ; post- 
master J H To^^•er jr. 

WESTFORD.—Chrk James Nichols, constable R P Richaidson ; 
overseer Jacob K Drury ; agent Warren Howsie ; superintendents H 
L Todd, N P Bowman, Warren Howsie ; selectmen David S HaecJ- 
ton, Reuben Farnsworth, J K Drury ; trustees H P Wood, W^m Bow- 
man, Alna Stone : listers H B Bates, Noah Tyler, Timothy Sibley ; 
postmaster H B Hine. 

WILLISTOJs". — Clerk ChaunceyBrov^-nell ; constable Anson Shaw ; 
overseers (selectmen) ; agent Nathan Stearns j superintendents Geo 
Taylor, Chauncey Brownell, Josiah Lyman ; selectmen Ezbon San- 
ford, Zimri Root, Geo N Wakefield ; listers Jonas G Chittenden, Her- 
ald Stevens, Edward Browiiell ; postmaster Jonas G Cliittenden. 



Wafhington Coiinly. 

BARRE. — Clerk Alvan Carter ; constable Anger M Jackman : ov- 
erseer John Thompson 2d ; agent Leonard Keith ; superintendent 
Denison K Smith ; selectmen Joel Goldsbury, Nathan Trow, Jacob 
Scott ; trustees Dodge W Keith, Stillman Wood, Cheney Keith ; lis- 
ters Josiah Wood, Rodney Bradford, Noah Carlton ; postmasters Jas 
Hale, Barre, Alvan Carter. South Barre. 

BERLIJ\r.—C\Qtk Frederick Hovey , constable C C BDllock ; over- 
seer Elijah Nye jr.j agent Sheffield ilayward jr.; superintendent Or- 
rin Smith ; selectmen Leonard Ellis, Andrew Cummins, Theodore 
Strong ; trustees Elijah Nye jr., Schuyler Phelps, Andrew Cummins ; 
listers Moses Strong, Harry H Dewey, J Edward Bosworth 3 postmas- 
ter Israel Dewey. 

CALAIS^ — Clerk G Hicks ; constable and overseer E C McLoud j 
agent Luther Jlorse ; superintendents N A Chase, L Warren, N Ea- 
ton ; selectmen Abdiel Kent, N A Chase, Stephen Pierce ; trustee 
Asa Alden ; listers Charles Dudley, Elias Smith, Ezekiel Kent 2d ; 
postmaster Jonas Hall, Calais, Asa Alden, East Calais. 

DUXBURY. — Clerk Nathan Huntley; constable Lorenzo Davis; 
overseer Gilbert Huntley ; agent Samuel Ridley ; superintendent Amos 
Crosby ; selectmen Wm F Chatterton, Isaiah Huntley, Geo W Tur- 
ner ; trustees Chester Marshall, Newton A Atherton, Lyman C Tur- 
ner ; listers Curtis II Marshall, Newton A Atherton, John Towle. 

K^rSrOJV.— Clerk Eber H Baxter; constable Simpson Hayes; 
overseer Russell Steele; agent Eli Bruce; superintendent John C 
Griggs; selectmen Jacob Boyce, Moses J Boyce, Hosea Newcomb ; 
trustees Elisha Brigham, William Bixby, Hosea Newcomb ; listers 
Burr Freeman, Daniel B Sherman, Eli Bruce. 

J\IARSHFIELD.—C]cTk Jacob Putnam ; constables Samuel DHol- 
lister, Andrew English ; overseer and agent Hoiace Hollistcr ; supers 
intendent C W H Dwinell ; selectmen Edwin Pitkin, Edward Wheel- 
er, Horace Hollister ; trustees Bowman B Martin, True Eaton ; listers 
Ira Smith, Hiram Potter, James Pitkin ; postmaster J L Carpenter. 

MIDDLESEX.— Clerk Horace Holden ; constables Philander Hol- 
den, Josiah Churchill ; overseer Wm S Clark ; agent Holden Putnam ; 
snperintendent David Goodale ; selectmen Horace Holden, O A Cham- 
berlain, Wm S Clark ; trustees Wm S Clark, Leander Warren ; lis- 
ters Geo H Lewis, John Poor, Leander Warren ; postmaster Harris 
Hoyt. 

MOKTPELIER.—Q\(ixk James T Thurston ; treasurer Dan'l Bald- 
win ; constables J P W Vincent, Edson Mcrritt ; overseer Harry 
Richardson ; agent Henry Y Barnes ; superintendent Royal Wheeler ; 
selectmen John J Willard, Cailos Bancroft, Charles Walling; trus- 



Caledonia County. 

BARA''ET.—C\eik Jolm Shaw ; constable Obed S Hatch ; overseer 
John Harvey ; agent William Stuart 3 superintendents Francis B Brew- 
er, Thomas Goodwillie, Alex'r H Gammel ; selectmen Peter Buchan- 
an 3d, Tho's F Moore, Geo Galbraith ; listers Lloyd Kimball, Josiah 



TOWN OFFICERS AND POSTMASTERS. 4:5 

tees Daniel Baldwin, Isaac Gate, Addison Peck; listers Rufus P Mo- 
ses, Addison Peck, William Howes ; postmasters Geo W Heed, Mont- 
pelier, ApoHos Metcalf, East Montpelier, Charles Sibley, North M. 

vl/Oii£T'0/KV.— Clerk Lester Kingsley; constable Cyrus S Spal- 
ding 3 overseer Calvin Clark 3 agent Ira Carpenter ; superintendent I 
I Nathan B S,palding 5 seJectmen Rufus Clapp, Brackel L Prescott, Den- 
I nis ChiJd ; trustees Uriah Howe, Alpheus Bass ; listers Henry Mc | 
Chire^ Alpheus Bass, Calvin Clark 3 postmaster Lester Kingley. | 

I J\"dRTJlFIELD.— Clerk Volney H Averill: constable Isaac WJ 
Brown 3 overseer Oliver Averill; agent Nathan Morse; superinten- i 
dent Heman Carpenter ; selectmen David W Hadley, Moses Robin- j 
; son, James Palmer ; trustee Calvin Cady 3 listers Daniel P King, S U | 
I Richmond, Gurdoa P Randall; postmaster William Rodgers. | 

PLALXFIELD.—C\e\i Ezra Kidder 5 constable Samuel Crf:>e ; ov- ! 
] erseer and agent Nathaniel Bancroft ; superintendent H P Cashing 3 j 
I selectmen Nailianiel Townsend, Elijah M Perry, John W Butchel- j 
I der 3 trustees Nathaniel Bancroft, John Lawrence, Ebenezer Martin 3 
I listers Levi Bartlett, Justus Kinney, John Lawrence 3 postmaster Na- 
thaniel Bancroft. 1 
iiOA'/Jt7i2r.— Clerk Allen Spalding; constables Samuel Ruggles, | 
Dexter Samson ; overseer Darius Hatch ; agent Alvin Braley ; super- j 
intendent Stephen Pierce ; selectmen Samuel Edwards jr., AlvinBra- ! 
ley, Isaiah Shaw : trustee Alvin Braley; listers Thomas Shaw, Alvin | 
Braley, Allen Spalding 3 postmasters John M Spalding, Roxbury,Sam- j 
uel Ruggles, East Roxbury. I 
fVAITSFIELD.— Clerk Cyrus Joslyn ; constable Jonathan C Camp- j 
bell 5 overseer Timothy Reed ; agent Roderick Richardson 3 superin- 
dent James T Phelps ; selectmen Roderick Richardson, Hiram Jones, j 
Nath'l G Joslyii; trustees Timothy Reed, Lyman Fisk, Rod'k Rich- j 
ardson 3 listers Timothy Reed, Ira Richardson, Robert Leach 3 post- 
master J M Richardson. 

WjIRREJ^.— Clerk F A Wright ; constable Gideon Goodspeed 3 1 
overseer and agent John Cardell ; superintendent Don A Raymond 3 j 
selectmen Lewis Cardell, Moses W Shurtleft", Benj Buck 3 trustees I 
John A Kent, Asahel Kendrick, Joseph S Claflin 3 listers Joseph S I 
Claflin, Simon T Ralph, Philander Bvford 3 postmaster D S Parker. I 
ff'ATERBURY.— Clerk WiHianrCarpenter ; constable Samuel S | 
Spicer 3 overseers (selectmen) 3 agent Henry F Janes ; superinten- I 
dent Henry Douglass 3 selectmen Henry F Janes, Thaddeus Clougb, 
Silas May 3 trustees Rufus C Smith, Wm W Wells, Alpheus Rob- 
bins 3 listers George Atkins, Wm Carpenter, Harvey Prescott 3 post- 
master Ahira S Richardson. 

WOODBURY.— Clerk Asaph Town 3 constable Levi Ball ; over- 
seer Ebenezer Bruce ; agent Stephen Chapman ; superintendent F C 
Putnam 3 selectmen Stephen Chapman, Abner Town, Michael Jack- 
son 3 trustees S C Burnham, Ira McLoud, Joel Celley 5 listers Hiram 
Putnam, Ira McLoud, Joseph Parker 3 postmaster Wra McGregor. 

TVORCESTER.— Clerk Amos Rice 3 constable Adolphus M Kelley ; 
overseer Moses Rood 3 agent Cyrus Brown 3 superintendent C Russell 3 
selectmen Moses Rood, Leonard Hamblet, G W Leavitt 3 trustees 
Farris Leonard, Thomas Reed, H D Robbins 3 listers Samuel Andrews, 
Franklin Johnson, Allen L Vail ; postmaster Samuel Andrews. 



4:6 TOWN OFFICERS ATID POSTMASTERS, 

Johnston, Obed S Hatch ; postmasters Henr Stevens, Barnet, John 
McNab, Mclndoes Falls, Levi P Parks, Parsumpsic. 

BURKE. — Clerk Asahel Burrington ; constable Daniel B Denison ; 
overseer and agent Daniel Beckwith ; superintendent Rufus Godding ; 
selectmen Jesse Marshall, Geo J Denison, Almon S Bennett ; trustees 
Asahel Bnrringtoo, Geo VV Denison, Abel Brown ; listeis Jesse Mar- 
shall jr., Geo D Fyler, Harris B Hall ; postmaster Lucius Denison. 

CABOT.— CXerk Thomas Osgood ; constables Benj F Scott, George 
W Cree ; overseer Benj F Scott; agent John McLean ; superintendent 
John Doe ; selectmen Caleb Fisher, Daniel Gould, Jacob Way ; trus- 
tees Marcus O Fisher, Paul Dean, Jeremiah Atkins ; listers Thom"3 
Lyford jr,, Milton Fisher, William Lane ; postmaster Elijah Perry. 

DAXVILLE. — Clerk Archelaus Sias ; constable John Currier ; ov- 
erseer Geo W Drew ; agent Theron Howard ; superintendents Rich- 
ard C Hand, C G Burnham ; selectmen Geo W Drew, Allen Pope, 
Moses Wesson ; trustees Samuel B Mattocksy William Blount, Sene- 
ca Ladd ; listers Moses Stevens, Saml B Mattocks, Walter Davis ; 
postmasters Joseph C Fuller, Danville, W^m i Stanton, North D. 

G/2 0rOJV.— Clerk Isaac N Hall ; constable William Vance 2d} 
overseer Peter Whitehill ; agent JohoTaisey; superintendents M A 
Herrick, S B Heath ; selectmen Hugh Dunn, Percival Bayley, David 
Vance jr.; trustee Samuel G Clark ; listers Peter Whitehill, Daniel 
Darling, E S Clark ; postmaster William Darling. 

HARDWICE.—Cleik'DW Aiken; constable Calvin S Ciosby; 
overseer John Walbridge ; agent Ona Crosby ; superintendent Aji- 
drew M Blair ; selectmen John Walbridge, Joshua Stevens, A H 
Goodrich; trustees Lewis H Delano, A E Judevine, Oira Crosby ; 
listers D W Aiken, Dnstin Giow, Enoch Smith ; postmasters Lewis 
H Delano, Har('wick, Alden E Judevine, South Hardwick. 

KIRBY.—C\ex^ Charles H Graves ; constables Joel F Willis, B B 
Nickerson ; overseer Horace Burroughs ; agent A W Burroughs ; se- 
lectmen A W Burroaghs, Joel Locke, Merritt Newhall ; trustee A W 
Burroughs ; listers B B Nickerson, Nath'l Willis, Araunah Leach. 

ZyjVZ)OJV.— Clerk John M Hoyt ; constable Charles H Roberts ; 
overseer Welcome Bemiss ; agent Lewis R Brown ; superintendent 
Andrew J Willard ; selectmen Ferdinand S W^alker, Alonzo Bemiss, 
Charles Ingalls ; trustee Nehemiah H Fletcher ; listers John T G 
Cunningham, Andrew J Willard, Paul Houghtcn ; postmasters Eph'm 
Ghamberlin, Lyndon, J M Hoyt, Lyndon Centre. 

JVE^f^iiZ;— Clerk Lauren M Sleeper; constable Henry Dolloff; 
overseer James Wire ; agent Welcome Allaid ; superintendents L M 
Sleeper, William Cheney ; selectmen L M Sleeper, Austin Packer, 
Andrew P Tafl ; trustees Henry Dolloff, L M Sleeper, Obed Johnson ; 
listers L M Sleeper, Amos PEirker, Henry Dolloff; postmaster Hollis 
Bruce. 

P£j?ClMJlf.— Clerk David Merrill ; constabfe Simon Blanchard jr.; 
overseer David W Choate ; agent Josiah Shedd ; superintendents D 
Merrill, J A Gilfillan, J Watts ; selectmen Lyman Watts, Schuyler 
Merrill, T Sanborn ; trustees S A Chandler, Hazen Merrill, E C Gham- 
berlin ; listers Harvey Blanchard, Hazen Merrill, F Foster ; postmas- 
ter E C Brown. 

RFEG./3T'£.— Clerk George Cowles ; constable David Nelson ; ov- 
erseer and agent Harry Moore ; superintendent James M Beattie ; se- 
lectmen James Hall 2d, John McClnre, Robert Miller ; trustee Rob't 
Dickson ; listers John Cameron, Robert Gibson 2d, Wm T Whitelaw ; 
postmaster George Cowles. 

SHEFFIELD.— C]eTk James Townsend ; constable L M M Gray ; 
overseer Horace Drown ; agent Jesse G Kinaston ; superintendent Jo- 



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seph Me ; selectmen Hiram Jemiess, Hiel Bradley, James Roberts ; 
trustees Joseph Ide, James Robeits, Jesse G Kinaston ; listers Joseph 
Ide, Jesse G Kinaston, Horace Drown ; postmaster Joseph Ide, 

ST. JOHJVSBURY.— Clark Jerry Dickerman ; constable Joseph 
Hutchinson ; overseer Moses Kittredge ; agent Joseph P Fairbanks ; 
superintendents L H Tabor, John P Fisk, Leonard B Harrington ; se- 
lectmen John Morse, Russell Hallett, Claries Blinn ; trustees Moses 
Kittredge, John Morse, David W Lee; listers Gardner Wheeler, 
Charles Stark, John Higgins jr.; postmaster Moses Kittredge, St Johns- 
bury, Wm P Stoughton, St. Johnsbury.Centre, David Goodall, East 
St. Johnsbury. 

SC7T7'OJV.— Clerk-. Nehemiah Shaw; constable Alfred H Bartlett ; 
overseer Jonathan Richardson ; agent Caleb Aldrich ; superintendent 
Jonathan Woodman ; selectmen Luther Stoddard, Jonathan Richard- 
son, Jenks M Putnam ; trustee David G4fBn ; listers Thomas J Bar- 
ker, Eleazer Ball, Wheaton Campbell; postmaster J^hn Beckwith. 

tVALDEJy. — Clerk Daniel Wooster ; constable Isaac Patterson ; 
overseer John Folsora ; agent Robert White ; superintendent Daniel 
Wooster; selectmen James D Bell, Robert W^hite, Sereno JVIontgom- 
ery : trustees Nath'I Farrington, John Gould, Robert White ^ listers 
Daniel Woosterj John Gould, James Holmes; postmasters Henry Cur- 
rier, Walden, Leonard Farrington, South Walden, 

WjITERFORD.— Clerk LS Freeman; constable OH Freeman; 
overseer John Felch ; Royal Ross; superintendent Ebenezer Smith : 

j selectmen Royal Ross, Joseph A Gould, Daniel Brown jr.; trustee 

I Jesse Bishop ; listers E R Carpenter, A' P Bonney, John Stiles jr.; 

; postmasters E C I^rks, Waterford, John Q, Hoyt, Lower Waterford. 

I WHEELOCK.-^ClerkJohn W Brown ; constable Samuel Nelson ; 
overseer Beaj Cooner: agent Samuel F Shattuck ; superintendent 
Johnson Bean ; selectmen Nathaniel Hart, Edward M Magoon, Jo- 
seph F Darling ; trustee Edward M Magoon ; listers Samuel F Shat- 
tuck, Johnson £ea», Johnson Emerson ; postmaster Se wall Bradley. 

Franlitin County, 

BAKERSFIELD.— Clerk S Beikley Hazeltine ; cobstable Harry 
Montague ; overseer and agent Wm C Wilson ; superintendents H J 
Moore, J S Spaulding, O Shattuck ; selectmen Cliarles C Stone, Tho's 
W Scott, Augustus Child ; tiustees John Morse, Tho's W Scott, Ira 
Fay ; listers J Houghton, J Morse, S G Start ; postmaster C C Stone. 

BERKSHIRE.— Clerk Linus Leavens ; constable Ebenezer Weld ; 
overseer Nathaniel Leach ; agent Jasper Rand; superintendent E L 
Sales ; selectmen Stephen Burleson, H SBowen, L MHart; tiustees 
H E Boyce, Jasper Rand, P P Leavens ; listers Lewis Ewins, P P 
Leavens, Dolphus Paul ; postmasters H S Bowen, Berkshire, Wm 
Clapp, East B., Jasper Rand, West B. 

EJVOSBURGH.— Clerk Horace taton ; constable H Walbridge ; 
overseers (selectmen) ; agent Charles B Maynard ; superintendents 
J C Wilder, R Eaton, B Eaton ; s&lectraen Charles B Maynard, Clark 
Barnes, Bennett Eaton ; trustees Jonas Boutell, Chester Waller, Ca- 
leb R Brewer ; listers Bennett Eaton, C B Maynard, CR Brewer; 
postmasters Maro Eaton, Enosburgh, Jas M Dean, West Enosburgh, 
Samuel Kendall, Enosburgh Falls. 

F.dIRFAX.—Cleik S W Brush ; constables Reuben Dewey, Lyman 
Hunt ; overseer Hiram Bellows ; agent Anson Soule ; superintendents 
Tertius Reynolds, L A Dunn, Stephen Gale; selectmen H EHubbell, 
Lucas Plingsbury, Ira Hunt ; trustees Hiram Bellows, Albert UfFord, 
H E Huobell; listers Samuel D Ufford, Cassius Buck, Ami Wilson ; 
postmasters John R Halbert, Fairfax, Aaron S Beeman. North F. 



4:8 TOWN OFFICERS AND POSTMASTERS. 

FAIRFIELD.— CXark James Soule ; constable Osmond Bradley ; 
overseer aid agent Benj G Brighain ; superintendent Bradley Barlow ; 
selectmen Wm \V Thorp ; A H -Payne, Daniel Story ; trustees James 
Soule, Osmond Bradley, Loyal Leach ; listers Joseph Bowdish, S C 
Case, Harmon Soule ; postmasters R K Barlow, Fairfield, Homer H 
Beardsley, East Fairfield. 

FLETCHER.— Clerk Medad P Blair; constable Albert Kinsley; 
overseers (selectmen) ; agent Erastcs Freeman ; superintendent Reu- 
ben Armstrong ; selectmen Lorenzo Blaisdill, Jonaihan Wells jr., R 
T Bingham ; trustees Guy Kinsley. Z W Strait, John Kinsley jr.; lis- 
ters Reuben Armstrong, M R Parsons, Lucas Holmes; postmaster' 
Medad P Blair. 

FRJlJ'J'KLIJ^''. — Clerk John Adams ; constable Vincent Haskins ; 
overseer John P Olds ; agent J J Deavitt ; superintendents L S French, 
Petei Chase ; selectmen J H Hubbard, Reuben Towle jr., Wm Fel- 
ton ; trustees Nahum Temple, Lathrop Marsh, S C Nobles ; listers 
P S Gates, Leonard Ford, Jonathan Towle ; postmaster R S Tenney. 
QEOROIA. — Clerk Lorenzo Janes; constable Wm K Warner; 
overseer Abner Bliss; agent David Goodrich ; superintendent Nathan 
Dean ; selectra&n Cyrus Hotchkiss, David P Clark, Josiah Bullard ; 
trustees Cyrus Hotchkiss, James Godfrev, Hiram H Hale ; listers Sol- 
omon Bliss, Anson Evarts, S T Learnaid ; .postmaster Albert Bliss. 

HJGHGATE.—Cleik Benjamin Peake ; constable Philo F Drury ; 
overseers (selectmen) ; agent Heman S Royce ; superintendents Jos B 
Cutler, Benj Peake, H S Royce ; selectmen Allen Barr, J S Jenison, 
David Watson ; trustees Joseph B Cutler, John Barr, M R Averill; 
listers C P Pierce, C iD Santord, Harvey Hyde ; postmasters S S 
I Keyes, Highgate, H N Cole, Highgate Springs, A Barr, Saxe's JVlills, 
D H Farrington, East Highgate. 

J>/OATGOJI/£/ey.— Clerk BW Fuller ; constable Jonathan Gates ; 

overseers (selectmen); agent Joshua Clapp; superintendent Sewall 

Paine ; selectmen David H Bailey, Lewis Goodspeed, Hiram H Raw- 

i son ; trustees Asa Wheeler, Luther Martin, James Martin; listers 

j H Hopkins, Alvin Lock, Warner Martin ; postmaster Asa Wheeler. 

I RICHFORD.~C\(ixk Silas P Carpenter ; constable Lucius H Goff ; 

} overseers (selectmen) ; agent Alden Sears ; superintendent John S 

i Royce ; selectmen Harvey D Fairar, William Corliss, Joseph Rounds 

jr.; trustees Jesse AVoodrufF, Jay Powell, Silas P Carpenter ; listers 

Jesse Woodr-ufF, Wm Y Wightman, Arvin Brown ; postmaster Guy R 

Butler, 

SHELDOJ^.—QAexk A M Brown ; constable R A Shattuck; over- 
seer Andrew Durkee ; agent and superintendent Bryant Hall ; select- 
j men Joel Whitney, Andrew Durkee, Lloyd Mason ; trustees A Keith, 
: A Draper, W-n Green ; listers A Keith, A Draper, Asa Wilson ; post- 
masters Alfft-: Keith, Sheldon, PJiineas Kingley, East Sheldon. 
j ST. ALbJiJ^^S. — Clerk Wm Bridges ; constable and agent Corne- 
I lius Palmer ; agent Orlando Stevens ; superintendent As i O Aldis: 
i selectmen Hiram B Sowlrjs, Lewis H Beals, J S Morrill ; trustees 
j Romeo H Hoyt, Martin W Hunt, Eieazer Jewett ; listers D R Bogue, 
' Eleazcr Jewett, Julius H Brooks ; postmaster Luther L Dutcher. 
I SWAJ^TOJ^'. — Cierk W S Tliayei ; constable Jesse Barber; over- 
j seer Bradford Scott ; agent Orrin Janes ; superintendent Warren 
i Robinson ; selectmen Joseph Blake, A G Bennett, N E Jenison ; trus- 
■ tees George Green, Erastus Jewett, James McNally ; listers Orrin 
! Janes, JV H Blake, Orange Abell ; postmasters H B Fariar, Swanton 
i Falls, A Green, East Swauton, E B Rounds, Swanton Centre, D H 
i Benjamin, West Swanton. 

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Orleans Comity. 

.ALB^J^'Y. — Clerk Luther Delano ; constable Timothy C Miles ; 
overseer Benjamin Pearl ; agent Dyar Bill : superintendent Norris M 
Darling ; selectmen Wm Rowell, Isaac H MctJlary, Shubael Church; 
trustees Eli Chamberlin, T C Miles, Luther Delano ; listers Lyman 
P Tenney, Oilman W Seaver, L Delano ; postmaster Jfonathan Fitz. 

BARTOM. — Clerk Horace Pierce ; constable A C llobinson ; over- 
seer Orrin Cutler ; agent S S Hemenway ; superintendents William 
P May, M Mansfield ; selectmen S S Hemenway, Franklin Farley, 
Henry Cutler ; trustees A C Robinson, Lutlier Merriam, Abram Smith ; 
listers Geo Leiand, Timothy Dudley, B F Robinson ; postmaster S S 
Hemenway. 

BROlfJi''IJ\rGTOJ\r.— Clerk Chester Gilbert; constable Asa K 
Smith; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Elisha White ; superintendent 
AL'Jwilight; selectmen A L Twilight, Gilman Esty, Wm Twom- 
bly ; trustees A L Twilight, Elisha White, jSathau Ward: listers 
Georffe Rice, T C Stewart, Elisha White ; postmaster F D Merrill. 

CHARLESTOJV.— Clerk Amos Parlin ; constables Oliver Warren, 
John W Bebce ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent L W Clark ; superin- 
tendent N S Clark; selectmen Ira Warren, Albert Lawrence, John 
M Bebee ; trustees Ira Warren, Albert Lawrence, Hilton Brackett ; 
listers Hiram W Merrill, John W Bebee. A'^S Clark; postmasters 
Sam'l M Cobb, West Charleston, Edw'd D Goodwin, East Charleston. 

C OVEJ\rTRY.— Cleik S S Kendall ; constable Josiah B Wheelock ; 
overseer Benj Bowman ; agent and superintendent Isaac Parker ; se- 
lectmen Ira Boynton, Warren Mitchell, Holland Thrasher ; trustees 
Amasa Plastritlge, Isaac Parker, Philip Flanders; listers John W 
ilussey, Horace S Jones, Loring Frost ; postmastei Holland Thrasher. 

CRjiFTSBURY.—Clerk nnd constable Joseph Scott ; overseer Sal- 
mon Root ; agent Alvah R French ; superintendent Samuel R Hall ; 
selectmen Nath'l P Nelson, Geo F Sprague, James E Burnham ; trus- 
tees James A Paddock, Joseph Scott, Hollis F Allen ; listers George 
H Cook, Hiram Merrill, Joseph Scott ; postmaster Wm E Paddock. 

DERBY.— Clerk Orem Newcomb : constables Marshall Carpenter, 
Nathan N Orcutt ; overseer David Bisbee ; superintendents Wm I\l 
Dickerman, John L Edwards ; selectmen Orem Nevvcomb, Gardner 
Chase, Levi L Collier ; trustees Nehcmiah Colby, Benjamin Hinman, 
Chester Carpenter ; listers Orem Newcomb, Zenas Cobb, Ira Pish; 
postmasters Neheniah Colby, Derby, E G Johnson, Derby Line, Brig- 
ham Pike, West Derby. 

GLOVER. — Clerk Jos H Dwinell ; constable John Hurlburt ; over- 
seer and agent Joseph Bailcer ; superintendent Frederick A Garfield ; 
selectmen Jos H Dwinell, Isaac B Smith, Amos P Bean ; trustee Jas 
Simonds ; listers Solomon Dwinell, H S Bicliford, Peter Moore ; post- 
master Wm B Palmer, 

OREEJVSB0R0\— Clerk Nathan Cutler; constable Jabez Pin- 
ney ; overseer John C Tibbetts ; agent Jabez Pinney ; superintendent 
Abner S Rumb ; selectmen Timothy Walker, Eleazer Scott, William 
Bailey 2d ; trustee Wm Bailey 9d ; listers Geo H Paige, Cha's Cook, 
Elnathan G Babbitt ; postmaster Samuel Ingalls. , 

HOLLAJVD. — Clerk Aaron Davis ; constable J C Robinson ; over- 
seer Henry Pinney ; agent J C Robinson ; supermtendent Henry Pin- 
ney ; selectmen William Hall, Jason Hinman, Aaron Davis ; trustees 
William Hall, Jason Hinman, John Mead; listers Calvin Brown, R P 
Goodell, Lewis Albee ; postmaster M P Davis. 

I RJiS BURGH.— Clerk Henry M Bates ; constable John Guild ; ov- 
erseer Joseph Knights ; agent George C West ; superintendent Timo- 
thy P Redfield ; selectmen Albert A Webster, Geo W Hardy, Luke 



30 TOWN OFFICERS AND POfrTMAsTERS, 

.Spencpr ; trustees Samuel Conant, Ralph P Skinner, Timothy P Red- 
field ; listers Hiram Kcliam, Ebenezer C Kimball, Hubbard Hastings j 
postmaster Timothy P Redfield. 
!{ JAY. — Clerk Lanson Sanborn; constable Israel P Hunt ; over- 
i seer VVillard Koyt ; agent V\ illard Walker ; selectmen VViilard Walk- 
\\ et, Wni Williams .jr., Joshua Chamberiin ; tiustces Willard Walker, 
I Willard Hoyt, Horace Upton ; listers Dsivid Johnson, Hiram Hadlock, 
I Wm Williams jr.; postmaster Lanson Sanborn. 

! LOIVELL — Clerk Wm Brown; constable Amasa Paine; over- 
I seer Benj Spalding ; agent and superintendent Samuel Warner ; se- 
lectmen Charles Leiand, H L Harding^ H L Pickett; trustees Charles 
I Leiand, J D Harding, Amasa Paine ; listers Samuel Warner, John 
Haiding, J L Crocker; postmaster Wm Brown. | 

I MORGAJ^'. — Clerk Charles Cummings ; constable Lorenzo Wil- | 
! Hams ; overseer Wm Cobb ; agent Simeon Albee ; superintendent j 
j Cba's Cummings ; selectmen Marson Leavens, Simeon Albee, Sam'l j 
I Daggett ; trustees Cha's Cummings, David Hamblet, Wm Cobb ; Lis- 
I ters Cha's Cummings, Osmyn Hastings, John McCurdy ; postmaster: 
j Samuel Bartlett. ! 

I JV£^FPO/27'.— Clerk Seymoi» Lane ; constable Cephas E, Lane ; | 
overseer Walter Bowman ; agent and superintendent Geo W Kendall ; \ 
selectmen Joel R Daggett,. Geo W^ Kendall, Roswell Prouty ; trus- I 
tees Seymour Lane, Geo W Kendall, Orville Robinson ; listers Dud- 1 
ley Holbrook, Luther Baker, O Robinson ; postmaster Pbinea^ Pag&' ' 
SALEM. — Clerk Samuel Blake ; constable Jonathan Davis; over- 
seer Horace Crandal ; agent and superintendent Samuel Blake ; select- | 
men Isaac C Smith, Sumner Cummings, Brigham Cummings ; trus- j 
tecs Dan'l Chase, Isaac C Smith, Joseph Morse ; listers Sam'l Blake, j 
Sumner Cummings, C S Grow. 

TROY — Clerk Wm C Gilman ; constable James Hamilton ; over- i 
seer Newland Perkins ; agent Charles H Parker ; superintendents M i 
Piper, S H Burnham, L C Moore ; selectmen Curtis Elkins, Harrison i 
Atwood, Silas Angier ; trustee Ezra Jobnson ; listers James P Bailey, j 
Curtis Elkins, Ezra Johnson ; postmasters F U Corey, Troy, J N Pear- j 
I ley, Troy Furnace, L M Parkhurst, North Troy. | 

I lVESfFIELD.—C\exkGc\W Whitcber ; constable Jesse H Stebbins ; ! 
j overseer Hollis Atwell ; agent Jerre Hodgkins; superintendent James , 
D Hills ; selectmen Jairus Stebbins, Chester Coburn, I^uther Page : \ 
\ trustee Luther Page ; listers Hiram Hitchcock, Pilchard Stacy, David 
I F Boynton ; postmaster Henry Richardson. i 

V/ESTJ\IORE.—C\exk Calvin Gibson ; constable Peter Gilman ; ov- i 
I orseer John M Kibbey ; agent Tiuman G Bishop ; supeiintendenis Cal- . 
vin Gibson, T G Bishop ; selectmen Calvin Gibson, Peter Gilman, 
Carlton Cheney ; trustees Thomas K Bruce, John M Kibbey, Jona F 
Gibson ; listers Calvin Gibson, Peter Gilman, Carlton Cheney. 

JLamoille County. 

BELVIDERE.— Clerk Vhinenii Carpenter; constable Tho's Pot- 
ter; overseer Ebenezer Tillotson ; agent E S Holmes ; superinten- 
dent ^A P Smalley ; selectmen Alva Chaffee, Eben'r Tillotson, Moses 
Phelps ; trustee Phineas Carpenter ; listers- Phineas Carpenter, Moody 
Shattuck jr., Harvey Fletcher 

CAJVI BRIDGE.— Chirk Willard Griswold ; constables Jason Grain, 
Jesse Sears ; overseer Hir^m A Morgan ; agent Wm H Law ; super- 
intendent John C Bryant ; selectmen Martin Wires, A Ivah Barron, 
Lyman Walker ; trustees B S Miner, William Lathrop^ Martin Wires ; 
listers Addison Soule, Nathan McFailand, William Lathrop ; post- 
masters Erastus Meech, Cambridge, Nath*^! Read, Jeffersonsville. 



TOWN OFFICERS AND POSTMASTERS. 51 

EDEJ\r. — Clerk John T Pratt ; constable Andrew Hinds ; overseer 
Joseph Adams; agent Clark Fisk ; superintendent Andrew Hinds; 
selectmen John T Pratt, Amasa Stevens, Richard Stone ; trustee Ste- 
phen Philips ; listers Asa Smith, Winslow Wheelock, Clark Fisk ; 
postmaster R T Cull. 

ELMORE. — Clerk and constable Abel Camp; oveiseer Lester Til- 
lotson ; ajjent Geo W Bailey ; superintendent Hiram P Doiy ; select- 
men Geo \V Bailey. Crispus Shaw, Chauncey Scolield : tiustees Geo 
W Bailey, Lester Tillotson, Lemuel Richardson ; listers Abner Doty, 
Samuel Smith, Heman H Elmore ; postmaster Jesse Scott. 

HYDEP.^RK.—CieTk Lucius H Noyes ; constable Carlos S Noyes ; 
overseer Orra VViswell ; agent and superintendent Philo G Camp; 
selectmen Isaac Leighton, Solomon Brown jr., Nehemiah Waterman ; 
trustees Lucius H Noyes, P G Camp, Levi Edgerton ; listers John C 
Page, A B Merrill, Levi Edgerton ; postmaster Carlos S Noyes. , 

./Oi?.VSO..V.— Clerk S S Pike ; constable T H Patch ; overseer Sam- 
uel Merriam ; agent Cornelius Lyiide ; superintendent Jason F Walk- 
er; selectmen Moses Morse, Samuel Andrews, Dexter Whiting ; trus- 
tees Asa Andrews, Jacob Hayford, Joseph Waterman ; listers A H 
Andrews, John Balch, Calvin Whiting; postmaster S S Pike. 

MAJ^SFIELD — Clerk Sylvester Edson ; constable Amander Pe- 
terson ; overseer Wm jVason ; agent Amander Peterson ; superinten- 
dent Sylvester Edson ; selectmen James Harris, J A Simonds, Joseph 
Dake ; tiustees Ivory Luce, Amander Peterson, Lynde Adams; lis- 
ters Sylvester Edson, D A MarshaU, H G Atkins. 

MO RRISTO WJ^.—VMrk A C Boardman ; constable Almerin Tin- 
ker ; overseer Vernon W Waterman ; agent Samuel A Willard; su- 
perintendent Horace Powers; seiectmen Moses Terrill, Charles Goss, 
Luthrop Eaton ; trustees Luther Bingham, D P Noyes, Jolin Ferrin ; 
listers Nehemiah Town, Jedediah Bingham, Warren Spalding; post- 
masters Daniel Gilbert, MorrisviJle. 

STERLIjYG. — Clerk Oliver Saunders ; constable Moses Vilas ; ov- 
erseer Asaph Kenfield ; selectmen Oliver Saunders, Silas Mosher, 
McDaniel Gregg; trustees Reuben Clark, 3IcDaniel Gregg, M Vilas ; 
listers Reuben Clark, John Baker, Silas Mosher. 

STOIV. — Clerk J H Bennett; constable Luke J Town ; overseer 
Heaiy Cady ; agent Noah Robinson jr.; superintendents Hiram Carle- 
ton, Hollis Sampson, Asa R Camp ; selectmen R Washburn, George 
Raymond, Samuel Barnes ; trustees W H H Bingham, Nath'I Russell, 
Marvin Dutton ; listers Harvey McAllister, R A Savage, George Wil- 
kins ; postmaster Nathaniel Robinson. 

WATERVILI.E.-^Cltixk Moses Fisk; constable Geo W Wilbur ; 
overseer Alpheus Morse ; agent Jesse C Holmes ; superintendent Sel- 
vey Kidder ; selectmen Richard Bailey, Alpheus Morse, Joseph D 
Freeman; trustees Osgood McFarland, Elias G Page, Moses Fisk ; 
listers A Morse, M McFarland, David Oakes ; postmaster H A Fisk. 

W OLCOTT.^C\cxk Porter Crane ; constable Phineas S Benjimin ; 
overseer Alger Jones ; agent Isaac Pennock ; superintendent Whit- 
man G Ferrin ; selectmen Nath'I Jones, Isaac Pennock, Jesse Whit- 
ney ; trustees Isaac Pennock, Porter Crone, Alger Jones; listers Hez- 
ekiah Guyer, Gilbert Noyes, S P Bliss ; postmaster Isaac Pennock. 



Essex Connttf. 
BLOOMFTELD.— Clerk Selden Burbank ; constable Alva Stevens ; 
overseers (selectmen); -agent Stephen A Foss ; superintendent J W 
Winter ; selectmen Selden Burbank, J W Winter, Julius J Holbrook ; 
trustees Joseph Stevens, Arad Silver, Selden Burbank ; listers Martin 
French, S W Holbrook. Wm Stevens ; postmasters Martin French. 



52 TOWN OFFICEKS AND POSTMASTERS. 

BRIGHTOJ\r — Clerk Elias Aldrich ; constable and overseer John 
W Stevens ; agent Jonathan Gilman ; superintendent Elias Aldiich ; 
selectmen Jonathan Gilman, John Stevens, Elias Aldrich ; trustees 
Jonathan Oilman, Jason Currier, Ladort Farmer ; listers Jason Cur- 
ler, Harvey Coe, John Stevens. 

BRUJ\rSfVJCK.—C\erk Geo Marshall ; constable Daniel M Smith ; 
overseers (selectmen) ; superintendent John W Johnson ; selectmen 
Geo Marshal), J B English, John VV Johnson ; trustee David Hyde ; 
listers Royal C Belknap, Daniel M Smith, Elias Taylor j postmaster 
David Hyde. 

C.^JV03./5JV. — Clerk William Rich ; constable Harvey Hinman ; ov- 
erseers (selectmen) ; agent William Rich ; superintendent Gilbert L 
Frizzle ; selectmen Wni Rich, Kimball B Fletcher, Heman ^Nichols ; 
trustee Wm Rich ; listers Harvey Hinman, A M Dennett. Stephen 
Kemp ; postmaster A M Morrill. 

COJV'-OiZD.— Clerk Harvey G Fry ; constable Preston May ; over- 
seer John Morse ; agent David Hihbard ; superintendent Wm B May ; 
selectmen Sam'l G Babcock, Franklin Catting, Jenison Carruth ; lis- 
ters Moses Hil), Micah Baker, Jacob Richardson ; postmaster John G 
Darling. 

EAST //./9 FEJV.— Clerk Merit H Waher ; constable H L Walter ; 
overseers (selectmen) ; agent Jeremiah Lund ; superintendent H L 
Walter ; selectmen Elam Walter, Merit H Walter, Maning Waller ; 
listers Harlow B Walter, John Walter jr., Kitredge Hudson. 

GRAMBY.—Oeik Jonathan Matthews Jr.; constable Henry Harts- 
horn ; overseer Gersbom Carpenter ; agent and superintendent Loomis 
Wells ; selectmen Loomis \Vells, Gersbom Carpenter, John Batchel- 
der; trustees Ashley Appleton, Gersbom Carpenter, Edward D Grif- 
fin ; listers Chas Cheney, Edward D Griffin, Ashley Appl^tnn. 

GUILDHALL. — Clerk John Dodge ; constable Rnfus C Lucas ; ov- 
erseer VVm H Hartshorn ; agent Wm Heywood jr.; superintendent 
David E Dcnison, selectmen Harran Hubbard, Hiram H Nichols, Sam'l 
Howe ; trcstee Edward H Webb; listers Moses Rogers, Simeon Call, 
Charles D Fairchild ; postmaster Henry L Watson. 

LEMIJ\rGTOjY.—C]eTk Abdiel Blodgett ; constable Erastus Simms; 
overseers (selectmen) ; agent John Bailey ; selectmen John Bailey, 
Beach Blodgett, Erastus Simm?; trustees Abdiel Blodgett, John Bai- 
ley, Tho''s Holbrook jr.; listers Beach Blodgett, Lemuel Allen, Thom- 
as Holbrook jr.; postmaster Abdiel Blodgett. 

LUJ^EJSTBURGH.— Clerk Stephen Howe ; constable J WPutnam ; 
overseer James Morse jr.; agent Reuben C Benton ; superintendent 
John A Raymond ; selectmen Miron S Chandler, Reuben Bell, Seth 
Cutler; trustee James Thomas ; listers John W Hartshorn, James 
Morse jr., Jonah Brooks jr.: postmaster N VV Fiench. 
^ MA ID STOjVE.— Clerk John W Webb ; constable John C Stanley ; 
overseer Thomas Philbrick; agent John Dewey ; superintendent John 
W^ Webb ; selectmen John Dewey, Thomas Philbrick, James Cov/les ; 
trustee Jacob Rich ; listers Daniel P Grow, Charles Stevens, D C 
Kimljall. 

f^/CTOi^r.— Clerk Chelsea Hildreth ; constable James Towl ; ov- 
erseer Harland Keyes ; superintendent James B Hill ; selectmen John 
Gates, Giles Jones, Jeiemiah Ingraham; listers Chelsea Hildreth, 
Jeremiah Ingraham, Isaac R Houston. 



Grand Mate County, 

ALBURGH.—Ocrk John M Sowles ; constables Cha's H Clark, 
Nathan N Niles ; overseer Thomas Mott ; agent Frederick Hazen ; 
superintendent Giles Harrington; selectmen Danfoid Mott, Lewis W 



TOWN OFFICERS AND POSTMASTERS. — CLEKGYMEN. 53 



Sowies, Duncan McGregor ; trustees Joseph M Mott, Wm H Lyman, 
Thomas Mott ; listers Orlando Bell, Edward Reynolds, Lewis Sowies 
jr.; postmasters S J Davis, Alburgh, Wm L Sowies, West Alburgh, 
Elisha Revnolds, Alburgh Springs. 

GRAJ/D /S/,£.— Clerk Wm Chamberlain ; constable Robert B 
Griffith 5 overseer William Brown ; agent Jabez l^add ; superinten- 
dent Geo W Hyde; selectmen Seth Hoag, Lewis Ladd, John Rey- 
nolds; trustees John Chamberlin, Abel Brown, Daniel Hoag; listers 
Samuel Adams, Mclvin Barnes, William Brown ; postmaster A H W 
Jackson. 

ISLE LA JtfO rr.— Clerk Ira Hill ; constables .-^eneca H Pike, D 
VGoodsell; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Ira Hill ; supeiintendent 
Harry Hill; selectmen Wm Wait, Ezra Pike, Hiram Hall; trustees 
Wm Dawson, Ira Hill, D V Goodsell ; listers Harry Hill, Amasa L 
Holcomb, Henrv S Fisk ; postmaster Joseph S Hill, Vineyard. 

J^ORTHHERO.—G\e.x\<.Vim H Russell; constable Gary Whit- 
ney ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Joel Allen ; superintendents Elijah 
Haynes, Asahel Allen ; selectmen Elijah Haynes, John Hazen, Asa 
Mooney ; trustees Gary Whitney, Augustus Knight, Orlin liibbard; 
listers VVm H Russell, Asahel Allen, Elisha liibbard ; postmaster 
Horace Wadsworth. 

SOUTH HERO.— Clark Lorenzo Hall ; constables David G Dixon, 
Solon S Clark ; overseer Wm H Keeler ; agent Helmer Kent ; super- 
intendent Abraham Harding ; selectmen Franklin Robinson, Helmer 
Kent, Orange Phelps ; trustee George Landon ; listers Wm E Phelps, 
Calvia F Robinson, Solon S Clark ; postmaster Zenas G Clark. 



Clergyman in Vermont. 

Betittiiiglon €^ouitip. 

Arlington — Frederick A Wadleigh, epis.; A Ford, meth. 

Benninff-ton — J J Abbott, A Loomis, con.; J Beeman, Wm Henry, 
H B Knights, R Wescott, meth.; C W Hodges, J A Smith, bap- 

Dnrset — Moses C Searle, Gilbert, con.; Henry Clemens, meth. 

Landgrave — James H Stevens, meth. 

Manchester — James Anderson, con.; Henry Blackaller, epis.; 

Stockwell, bap.; S W demons, rneth.; W P Reynolds, Campbellite. 

Peru — A S Swift, con. 

Pownal — Matthew Batchelder, bap ; E H Foster, meth.; Sherman 
Ladd, ref. meth. 

Readsboro — Jonah Stearns, meth.; Joy Bishop, univ. 

Rupert — R A Watkins, con.; G VV Freeman, bap. 

Sandgate Gilbert, con.; Hand, Henry R Randall, meth. 

SliafUsbury — Israel Keach, bap. 

Stamford — Seth Tisdale, Wes. meth. 

Sunderland — James J Gilbert, con.; Needham Knights, meth. 

fi'T.nkali — Asahel W Nott, con.; Abel Carter, J H Stevens, meth, 

Woodford — Thaddeus Cutler, ref. meth. 



J¥*indhatn County. 

Athens — Joseph House, meth.; H Eastman meth, 

Brattlcboro' — Joseph Chandler, con.; J C Porter, bap.; E Robinson, 
ai«th.; Geo G Ingersoll, unit.; Wm S Ballou, John H Willis, univ. 

Dover — D H Rarney, Linus Owen, Daniel Leonaid, unionists. 

Dummerston — Nelson Barbour, con.; Wm N Barber, univ. 

Grafton — Moses B Bradford, con.; MylonMerriam, bap.; Humphrey 
Harris, meth. 

Guilford — Edmund H Smith, bap.; Clapp, epis.; Asa Haynes, 

Joseph Allen, meth. 



54: CLERGYMEN. 

Halifax — Wm Miller, Alpheus Graves, con.; Saninel Fish, bap. 

Jamaica — S Lincoln, con.; Nathan Ames, Nathan Howe, meth. 

Londonderry — S Pierce, bap.; J H Stevens, Abel Carter, meth. 

Marlboro'' — J L Smith, meth. 

J^'einfane — Otis Warren, uniV.; D Adams, con ; Hartwell,bap.; 

Wm Hodges, meth. 

Putney — Amos Foster, con.; Caleb Smith, bap ; H Eastman, meth. 

Rockinffham — Lucien Hayden, bap.; A D Barber, con.; A R Put- 
nam, epis ; I Smith, meth. 

Somerset — Linus Owen, unionist. 

Tpitnshend — Horatio N Graves, con.; Horace Fletcher, bap. 

Fmjo7i— Wm S BiiHou, oniv.; Addison Brown, unit. 

Wardsboro' — S G Tennej, W Brigham, con.; (J W KeIloj»g, meth. 
I Westminster— ^eXh S Arnold, Alfred Stevens, Wm H GiH)ert, con.j 
Royal Gage, prot. meth. 

ff7iitJ?»o^/»am^— Hosea F Ballon, unh'* Amherst Lamb, bap,; Eben'r 
Davis, ret', meth.; Peter S Gates, fr. bap 

Wilmington — J W Bailey, univ.: Abel Patton, con.; M D Miller, 
bap.; Bcnoni Tyler, unionist ; W^ J Kidder, meth. 

Windhav\ — Selah K Annis, cor^.; Charles H Green, bap,; Albert 
Carter, meth. 

Wt*indsor Coitittif» 

Andover — Harvey Crowley, bap.; Hohart K Crane, fr. bap. 

Barnard — Calvin Selden, con.; Joseph Sergeant, nniv.; A Newton, 
A C Smith, East B., (^ Fales, Barnard, meth. 

Bethel — Matthew Kingman, con.; John T Sabine, epis.; I Beard, 
meth.; Eri Garfield, univ. 

Bridfrewater — Warren King, fr. bap.; J Gale, meth. 

Cavendish — Uriel Kendrick, bap.; Jubilee Wellman, con.; E Rob- 
inson, meth. 

Chester — Andrew Rankin, con.; Reoben Sawyer, bap., J C Aspe»- 
wall, meth.; Rnfus Bruce, christ. 

Hartford — John K Lord, John Dudley, S S Stone, con.; J W Bemis, 
E R Downs, meth.; M Kidder, christ. 

Hariland — Eben H Squire, con.; H Johnson, meth. 

Ludlow — Noinian Hizen, con.; Baxter Burrews, bap.; Joseph Hemp- 
hill, univ ; John A Gibson, meth. 

JVorwich — Charles B Haddock, E B Emerson, con.; J H Crowley, 
bap.; P Mason, C D Iitgraham, metih. 

Plymouth — Thomas Baldwin, con.; Almon Shepherd, fr. bap. 

Pomfret — Geo Bulterfield, con.; Wm Farmer, unit ; P Mason, meth. 

Reading — Jona Jones, Lrasmus D Morgan, meth.; J Smith Felch- 
vilie, meth. 

Rochester — Wm Scales, con.; Israel D Rust, meth.; Geo S Gum- 
sey, univ. 

Royalton — C B Drake, con.; Homer T Jones, meth. 

Sharon — John Adams, con. 

Springfield — Lathrop Taylor, Robinson Smiley, con.; Charles Har- 
ding, J (' Aspenwall, meth.; N C Cudworth, bap.; G W Bailey, univ. 

Stockbridge — Tho's S Hobbard, con.; Win Blake, meth.; Araunah 
I Allen, hap. 

I Weathersfield — Eleazer Jordon, Z S Haynes, meth.; Wm M Guil- 
j ford, bap.; Thomas H Canfield, con. 

West»n — Samuel H Tolman, con.; Samuel C Loveland, univ.; Ru- 
fus Smith, bap.; J H Stevens, meth. 

Windsor — Franklin Butler, con-; Elijah Hutchinson, bap.; O H Sta- 
ples, epis ; Gage, unit.; J Smith, meth., West Windsor. 



CLEROYMEN. 55 

Woodstock — Worthington Wright, con.; Joel Clapp, epis.; Jasper 
I Hazen, Moses Kidder, christ.j L W Daggett, Wm Livingston, univ.3 
j J H Patterson, meth. 

I JfSuflaiitt Couuty. 

; Benson — Azariah H)'de, con.; L Potter, meth. 

j Brandon — C A Thomas, bap.; S B Bostuick, epis.; MLudlum, meth. 
' Castleion — Joseph Steele, con.; Wm P Gray, meth.; J B Daily, cath. 
] Chittenden — Joseph Weimore, prot meth.; Chauncey Taylor, con.; 

I J B Daily, oath.; Chapin, univ.; A C Rice, Rl H "Stewart, meth^ 

I CUirendun — Phiietus Ciark, Flavel White, con.; Cha's Woodhouse, 
univ. 
' Fairhaven — J E Bowen, meth. 

• Hubbardton — Stephen Williams, con.; Graves, meth. 

Ira — F Page, baj). 
I Mendon — Thomas Hun', rcf. meth. 

I jyiidd'etown — Wm J Smith, bap.; J Fitch, Alanson Richards, meth. 
; Mount Hidly — E Gale, meth ; Joshua Clement, bap. 
I Orwell — R S Cushman, con.: Wm Griffin, R H Robin.son, meth. 
I Pa?c/fi«— John Griswold, E H Bonnv, con.; C Meeker, meth. 
I Pittsjield -R II Kimball, F P Daly,'D Willis, meth. 
I Pitt.<-ford-~lrn Wead, oon.; Levi Smith, bap,; A C Rice, M H SteM-- 
I art, meth. 

j Poultney — J H Myers, con.; i Cannon, bap.; R Z Mason, G C Wells, 
I Joseph Ayres, J T Peck, J Newman, meth.; J Alkn, epis. 
i Rutland — Wm Mitchell, Aldace W^alkei, con.; John M Rockwood, 
bap.; John A Hicks, epis.; H Warner jr., meth. 
Sherbvrne — Abiather Knapp, christ. 
Skrewsbury — James Hudson, christ. 

Sudburij — Ziba Boyington, prot. meth.; David Andrews, L Potter, 
meth. 

Walingford — Stephen Martindaie, con.; Robert Myres, bap.; E F 
Remington. B Cox, meth.; Dennis Chapin, univ. 
Wells — Shubael Lamb, meth. 
West Haven — Moses Field, bap. 



•Addison County. 

I Addison — C E Miles, bap.; Benj Abbott, con.; W B Hazletine,n)eth. 
{ Bridport — Dana Lamb, con.; R Bryant, bap ; A F Fenton, meth. 

Bristol — R P Amsden, bap.; W Ford, meth. 

Cornwall — Seagrove W Magill, Jedediah Bushnell, Lyman Mat- 
I thews, Lucius L Tilden, Henry Kingsley, con.; JehielK Wright, bap.j 
j Israel Hutchinson, Free Church ; W W Atwater, meth. 

Ferrlsbursh — C H Lovejoy, meth.; Cyrus Prindle, Wes. meth.; N 
Day, con. 
I Leicester — Edward S Barrett, con.; S Hewes, meth. 
i Lincoln — Ziba Pope, fr. bap.; Merritt W Poweis, christ. 
I J\Iiddlebury — Sarnuel G Coe, con.; Joseph F Phillips, epis.; T W 
Pierson, meth. 

Monhton—ion^s Scott, AVes. meth.; G S Gold, meth. 

^^''ew Haven — James Meacham, con. 
j Panton — James TenbroeKe, bap.; Wm B Hazletine, meth. 
I Riptvn — Hiram H Hurlhurt, christ. 
I Sali'-bunj — George Barrows, con.; S Hewes, meth. 

Shorcham — Josiah F Goodhue, con.; A F Fenton, meth.; Kittredge 
I Haven, univ. 

j S/a/-fcs6oro'— Daniel Ferguson, S Halbert, meth.; Tucker, N 

W Bixby, fr. bap,; Joel Batty, friend. 



56 CLEROYMEN. 

Vtr^ennes—Ea.Tvey F Leavitt, con.j Isaac G Hubbard, epis.j W P 
Graves, meth. 

JVcybrida-e — Thomas A Merrill, con.: Salmon H Foster, Wes.meth.: 
R T Wade, metli. 

Whiting — Barney Allen, bap.; W W Atwater, meth, 

Oratiff-e Contittf. 

Bradford — Silas McKean, con.; Moses Spencer, meth.; L D Ames, 
Christ. 

Bra'mtrec — Ammi Nichols, con.; Koyes Cohnrn, christ. 

Brookficld — Dan'l Wild, con.; L Austin, meth.; W W Loveioy,bnp. 

Chelsea — B B Newton, con.; G Sanliorn, fr. bap.; E Copeland, meth. 

Corinth — Solon Martin, con. ; T Hill, Benj Burnham, W Hemen- 
way, meth.; John Norris, Stedman Cumminss, bap. 

JVewbunj — Geo W Campbell, Samuel R Thrall, con.; Justin Spaul- 
ding, Moses Cha.ee, Solomon Sias, Wm M W^illctt, Elisha Brown, 
Clark T Hinman, H Wood, E Pettingill, meth. 

Oraiiffc — Sumner Tarbell, meth. 

Randolph — E J Boardman, J B Clark, Dan Blodgrtt, con.; Joseph D 
Marsh, L Riford, christ.; Chester Hodgdon, univ.; N D Smith, fr, bap.; 
J G Dow, meth. 

Straffor d—Ai\xon Buzzell. John Pettengill, Eli Clark, fr. bap.; A H 
Cutler, con.; S C Eaton, univ. 

Thetford — E G Babcock, S Morse, con.; Joshua Clement, bap.; P 
Mason, meth. 

Tlr/piAani— Stilman Morgan, con.; Stephen Leavitt, bap. 

Tunbridee — Samuel Stone, con.; O M Legate, meth.; Geo Hackett, 
Daniel Calley, fr bap.; Ezekiel Drew, christ. 

Vershire — Asa Putney, E C Fuller, con.; Lyman Culver, Geo W 
Richardson, bap.: N A Hollis, christ. 

Washington — D Blodgett, con.; S Cummings, bap. 

IVest Fairlee — Charles Boswell, con. 

Jfilliamstowri—'EVi W Tayior, con.; Z Twitchell, meth.; William 
Frost, univ.; Ophir Shipman, fr. bap. 

Chittenden Connfy. 

Burlimrton — John Wheeler, John K Converse, Joseph Torrey, W 
G T Shedd, con ; H J Parker, John H Hopkins', epis.; H L Starks, 
meth.; O W B Peabody, unit ; J O'Caliighan, cath. 

Charlotte — Joel Binghnm, con.; J M Driver, bap.; A Lyon, meth. 

Colchester — .Ansel Nash, con.; Marvin G Hodge, bap.; D F Page,E 
Crawford, meth. 

Essex — Daniel Warren, con.; A S Cooper, A White, meth.; C In- 
graham, bap. 

Hinesburtrh — O S Hoyt, con.; AH Stowell, bap.; W Foster, meth.; 
Wakefield, univ. 

Hnniimrton — Bunyan Bradley, meth.; Wm Hurlburt, bap.; Joshua 
Tucker, fr. bap. 

Jericho — F B Wheeler, con.; Isaiah Huntley, M N Stearns, bap. 

Milton — James Dougherty, con.; Alexander Dickson, meth. 

Richmond — Guy C Sampson, con.; Tho's Browning, univ. 

Shelbume — Charles Cleveland, epis.; Hall, H Dunn, meth. 

Underhill — S Parmelce, P Kingsley, con.; O Dike, bap. 

Westford—3 H Woodward, con.; O W Babcock, bap,; B F Taylor, 
Amos Haselton, meth. 

Williston — Luther G Bingham, con.; J S Hart, meth.; John Grego- 
ry, univ. 



CLERGYMEN. 57 

\W*a^hingtou County. 

Barre — Andrew Royce, con.j J VV Perkins, meth.; Rufus S San- 
born, univ. 

Berlin — Austin Hazen, con.; D Field, meth- 

Calais — W Rankin, meth.; L VV'arren, univ,; B Palmer, Christ. 

Diixbury — Calvin Huntley, fr. bap.; Samuel Parker, bap, 

Faystun — Eiipha Clark, bap. 

Marshjield — John Capron, christ. 

Middlesex — Benj Chatterton, fr. bap.; P Jleirill, mcth. 

Mo'iitpp.lier — John Giidley, E J Comings, con.; Gurnsey, E J 

Scott, A G Button, G B Houston, melh.; Geo B Manser, epis.; Eli 
Ballou, univ. 

JMoretuwn — Nathan B Spalding, R H Kimball, meth. 

j\rorthfield — Wm Claggett, con.; A Webster, John Currier, meth.; 
Nathaniel King, fr. bap. 

Plaivfield — C Granger, con.; H P Gushing, raeth.j F Blood, bap. 

Rozbury — Edward Brown, univ. 

Wait-'field — J Hobart, con.; H P Warren, bap.; H Hitchoock, meth.j 
J E Palmer, univ. 

tVaiTcn — A C Cooper, meth. 

yVaterbury — John F Stone, con.; John D White, meth.; Samuel 
Lord, bap. 

Woodbury — Isaac Swan, bap,; Samuel Thuibur, christ. 

Worcester — Carey Russell, con.; W Rankin, meth.; Mark P Ladd, 
L T Hariis, prot. meth.; Moses Fulsom, fr. bap. 



Caledonia Cottniy. 

Bamet — Thomas Goodwillie, pres.; Austin O Hubbard, con.; ■ 

Whitney, meth.; Clarke, bap. 

Burke — P N Granger, B O Dunbar, meth.; John Clarke, con.; Ru- 
fus Godding, bap.; Abel Bngbee, fr. bap. 

Cabot — P Frost, meth.; Sam'I Mann, bap.; L Wheeler, chiist. 
Danville — Richard C Hand, con.; Lewis Fisher, bap.; N K George, 
fr. bap.; Schuyler Chamberlin, Archelaus Sias, W M Mann, meth. 
Oroton — M A Herrick, meth.: J Whitney, meth. 
Hardwick — Joseph Underwood, con.; Nathan Denison, bap.; O S 
Morns, meth. 
Kirby — Luther Wood, con.; H Woolley, meth. 
Lyndon — Wm W Thayer, con.; J S Loveland, meth.; T P Moullon, 
\ Moses A Q-uimby, bap.; Artemas W Lockling, mormon. 
I Peacham — David Merrill, con.; F T Albee, meth. 
Ryeoate — James M Beattie, Wm Pringle, pres. 
Sheffield — Moses Cheney, bap.; Stephen Drown, fr bap. 
St. Johnsbury — Jolin H Wojcester, Jas P Stone, Rufus Case, con.; 
j D Packer, meth.; L H Tabor, univ.; J H Woolley, meth.. East St. J. 
Sutton — Jonathan Woodman, David Cross, Mark Hill, fr. bap.j P N 
Granger, B O Dunbai, meth. 

Waldtn — Wm Sweet, fr. bap.; F Q, Barrows, meth. 
Waterford — Ebenezer Smith, con.; David Carr, meth. 
Wheelock — P Flanders, fr. bap. 



Franklin County. 

Bdkersfield — J F Stone, con.; D H Loveland, J S Mott, H J Moore, 
meth. 

Berkshire — E L Sayles, epis.; Phineas Bailey, con.; Crissey, 

bap.; M B Gregg, A C Rose, meth. 

Enosburcrh — John C Wilder, con.; D M Ladd, fr. bap.; Milea Fisk, 
Wes. meth,; Geo C Simmons, meth. 



59 CLEKGYMES. 

Fairfax. — Tertius Reynolds, con.; L A Dunn, bap.; C Li'on, meth. 

Fairfilld — Edward F Putnam, epis.j A J Sampson, con.; H P Cut- 
ting, univ. 

Pletcher — E M Pabcock, bap. 

Franklin — L S French, con.; Charles Lovejoy, John 9 Mott, meth.; 
Joshua Coffrin, fr. bap.; Peter Chnse, bap. 

Oeorgici — Geo W Ranslow, con ; Alvan Sabin, Roswell Mears, 
bap.; Levi A Lamphere, Alexander Dickson, meth. 

Hi.ghgatt—Ei W KeKogg, con.j Leonard, nieth.j H B Cutting, 

univ. 

Montgomery — Sewail Paine, con.; Ltither Cole, bap.; Martin B 
Gregg, meth. 

Richfurd — William Rogers, bap.; Jay Powfll, meth. 

Siuldon — Preston THvior, Phineas Kingsley, con.; John A Fitch, 
epis.; Z H Brown, metli. 

St. Albans — Calvin B Cady, Worthington Smith, con.; Josiah Per- 
ry, epis.; Hiram Meeker, Wm M Chip, meth.; Wm J Goss, univ. 

Swantvn — E H Dorman, con.; D Sabin, bap ; C H Leonard, meth. 

Orleans Cotinftf. 

Albany — Elias R Kiiby, con.; H N Hevey, bap.; J S Spinney, meth. 

Barton — Ora Pearson, L H Stone, con.; Erastus Pettingill, metk. 

Broicnington — A L Twilight, con.; N VV Scott, meih. 

Charleston — Hilton Brackett, fr. bap. 

Coventry — Asahel R Gray, con ; N W Scott, meth. 

Craftsbury — Samuel R Hall, con.; Geo Putnam, meth.j Jabez Wil- 
ley, univ. 

Derby — R Bedford, meth. 

Oluver — Levi H Stone, con.; Nathan W Scott, meth. 

Oreensboro' — Wm A Ghapin, con.; Nathan W Scott, Samuel G 
Scott, meth. 

Holland — J T Howard, con.; P Ray, meth. 

Irasburgh — Henry S Atwatei, epis.; James Johnson, con.; S Cham- 
ber4in, nielh. 

Morgan — Jacob S Clark, Jabez T Howard, con.: P Ray, meth. 

J^'ewport — Samuel B Ryder jr., bap. 

Trov — George Stone, M Piper, con.; Waldron, N H Downs, 

bap.; S H Burnharn, univ. 

H'cstfield — James JD Hills, con.; A Hitchcock, meth.; Gilman, 

Christ. 



j I/amoiilc £'ottitftf. 

Cambridge — John C Bryant, bap.; David ii Watkins, christ. 
I Hydepark — Oren Gregg, meth. 

j Johnson — J H Beckwitb, con.; R A Hodge, bnp.; H S Smith, meth. 
JilorriHoTCn — Septimeus Robinson, con.; O Gregg, G C Simmons, 
Herschel Foster, Alex'r Campbell, meth.; Julius P Hall, bap.; Isaac 
R Pettingill, John Spalding, christ.; Leonard Kimball, Millerite. 

Stojr — Ilollis Sampson, univ ; Hiram Carloton, con.; L E Bixby, fr 
bap.; J Haslom, rneih ; Jari-d L Green, chri>t. 
h'aterville — Elias G Page, H S Smith, mrth. 
Wolcott — Samuel Marsh, con.; Horatio W Harris, fr. bap. 



Essex County- 
Brunsvick — John W Johnson, meth. 
Canaan — Caleb Ingalis, fr bap. 

Concord — Josiah Woise, con.; John M Russell, fr. bap.; MT Wells, 
meth.; Charles C Clarke, univ. 



CLERGYMEN. — ATTORNEYS. 59 

East Haven — John Walter jr., meth. 

Gravby — John Wooster, con. 

(tuildkall — Ira Beard, meth.; Thomas Hall, con. 
Luntnburgh — Jeiemiah Glines, con.; Deming S Dexter, meth,; Eli- 
sha Bedell, bap. 

Victory — Merrill Kendall, meth. 



Grand Isle t^onnly. 
Albnrgh — J F Chamberlin, meih.; Chauncay Taylor, con. 
Grand Isle — A G Shears, meth. 

Isle La Jl/o«— David C Marvin, meth.; William Wait, piot. meth. 
J^orth Hero — G H Town^end, meth. 
Suuth ifcro— Orville G Wheeler, con.; Josiah Chamberlin, meth. 



Attoriiey.s iix Vermont. 
ISennington founty* 

Arlington — Harmon Canficld. 

Bennington — John S Kobinson, Pierpoint Isham, Henry Kellegir, O 
C Men ill, David Robinson, Ucl M Robinson, Hiland Hall, Sara'l H 
Blackmer, Alex'r Huling, Truman Huling, Wm S Southworlh, A P 
Lyman, 'Jrenor Parks, Charles R Millington, William Mason. 

Dorset — Cyrus FarwelL 

J\flanchejiter — Leonard Sargent, A L Miner, E B Burton, Dan'l Rob- 
erts jr., H K Fowler, Syrenus Swift, 

Pownal — Abraham B Gardner. 

J?ca£/*6oro'— William H Follett. 

Rupert — Nathan Burton. 



Tt'*indhan> County. 

BrattJeboro'-^Aaai Keyes, J D Bradley, L G Mead, Royal Tyler, 
Edward Kirkland, George B Keyes. 

Grafton — David L Putnam, Abishai Stoddard. 

Halifax — Isaac B Barber, James L Stark. 

Jamaica — John E Butler. 

Londonderry — A M Albee, David Arnold. 

JVc-wfane — C K Field. 

Putney — John Kimball. 

Rockingham — Walker & Kellogg, H & John N Baxter. 

Townsliend — John Roberts, James H Phelps. 

IVardsbor o^—RichnTd W Smith, Pliny H White. 

Westminster — Wm C Brndley, N T Sheafe. 

Whitmgham — Nathan L Butler, John Roberts jr. 

Wilmington — O L Shufter. 



W*iw#f#or Couttty* 

Barnard— S> R Streeter, John W Ball. 

jBetAci— Dudley C Blodgett, Daniel F Weymouth. 

Cavendish — Salmon F Dutton, John F Deane, Calvin French. 

Chester — Thomas Robinson, Luther Adams, Oramel Hutchinson, 
Ira B Person, Henry E Stoughton, Nathaniel Richardson, A A Nich- 
olson. 

Hartford — George E Wales. 

Hartland — Abel Merrill. 

Ludlow — Reuben Washburn, Daniel A Ileald, Sevvall Fnllam, Fred- 
erick C Robbins. 

Jforwich — Aaron Loveland, Harvey Burton, John Wright, Thomas 
Hale, Thomas J Nevins. 

Reading — Josiah Q, Hawkins. 



<>0 ATIORNEYS. 

Rochester — Sumner A Webber. 

Royalton — John S Marcy, Dudley C Denison, Romanza Walker, S 
W Slade. 

Sharon — Samuel Shuttleworth, Warren C French. 

Springfield — Samuel VV Porter, Henry Closson, Noah B SafFord. 

Stocks ridge — James M Gilson. 

Weathersfic'd — WiHiam M Pingrey, Charles Jarvis. 

Weston — Ivory W Richardson. 

Windsor — Horace Everett, Carlos Coolidge, Samuel H Price, War- 
ren Currier. 

Woodstock — Charles Marsh, Titus Hutchinson, Jacob Collamer, Job 
Lyman, David Pierce, Julius Converse, Andrew Tracy, O F Chan- 
dler, Lyndon A Marsh, P T Washburn, Edwin Hutchinson, James 
Barrett, Charles P Marsh. 



Ruiland Contily* 

Benson— L, C Kellogg, M W Smith. 

Brandovr—^ N Briggs, B Davenport, E June, C L Williams, R V 
Marsh. 

Caitleton—Z\mx\ Howe, B F Langdon, Almon Warner, J T Wright. 

Chittenden — Capen Leonard. 

Fairhaven—Wm C Kittredge, C M Willard. 

Middletown — Jonas Clark, C B Harrington, Orson Clark. 

Orwell — Henry Hale. 

Pawlet — George W Harmon, Martin Copeland. 

Pittsford — Gordon Newell, John G Wewell, James R Newell. 

Poultney — James S Harris, W H Smith, John B Beaman. 

Rutland — A L Brown, J C Dexter, Edwin Edgerton, M G Everts, 
Solomon Foot, Henry Hall, S H Hodges, E L Ormsbee, T J Ormsbee, 
Wm Page, Rob't Pierpoint, A Pond, G W Strong, R R Thrall. 

Shrewsbury — Charles H Crosby. 

WalUngfnrd — Harvey Button, D E Nicholson. 

?feZZs— Elijah Ross. 



•Addison Cottntym 

Bridport — C Solace. 

Bristol — Horatio Needham, Barnes Frisbie, Joseph C Bradley. 

Hancock— S M Flint, 

Middlebury — Horatio Seymour, Ozias Seymour, Peter Starr, H Bell, 
Charles Linsley, D Wooster, J C Wicker, E D Barber, J S Bushnell, 
E R Wright, j'Beckwith, A W Dyur. 

Salisbury — John Prout. 

Shoreham — Albert G White. 

Starksboro' — A M Hawkins. 

Vergennes— Enoch D Woodbridge, Philip C Tucker, Geo W Gran- 
dey, John Pieipoint, John Parker, F E Woodbridge. 



Orange County. 

Bradford— J W D Parker, Seth Austin, R McK Ormsbee, Jesse 
Mori ill. 

Braintree — J P Kidder. 

Chelsea — Thomas Jones, Jason Steele, John W Smith, Wm He- 
bard, Levi B Vilas, Augustus P Hunton, Peiley C Jones. 

Corinth — William Spencer, Elliott T Farr. 

J^Teicbury— Joseph Berry, Abel Underwood, Charles B Leslie. 

Randolph — William Nutting, Edmund Weston, Philander Perrin, 
J W Twiss, Charles Nutting, H G Kdson. 

Strafford — Daniel Cobb, A V H Carpenter. 



ATTORNEYS. 61 



Thetford — Simeon Short, A Howard jr. 
Topshani — John W Batchelder. Asa M Dickey. 
Tunbridgc — Gustavus Rolfe, Norman Durant. 
Washington — John Colby, H A Whiie. 



Chittenden Couttty, 

BurlmgfoT) — Alvan Foote, Charles Russell, 'J'orrey E Wales, Hen- 
ry Leavenworth, Archil>ald W Hyde, (Jeorge K Piatt, Asahel Peck,] 
\Vm Weston, Ben| J Tenney, David A Smalley, Edward J Phelps, I 
Georire B Shaw, V\'m P Briggs, Wm Peck, Jas McM Shafter, D B 
Buckley, Chas D Kasson, J W Allen, Lyman Cummings, E A Stans- 
bury, Charles Adams, C F Davy, Levi Underwood, JumesWHickok, I 
WyJlys Lyrfian, L E Chittenden, J P Ricliardson, J N Pomeroy, Car- 
las Baxter, John S Adams, Amos Blodgett, Timothy Follett, John B 
HolJenbeck, Phineas Lyman, George P Marsh, William Noble, Isaac 
Warner, Newell Lyon, Milo L Bennett, Jacob Maeck. 

Colchester — David Read. 

Essez — Frederick G Hill, Jesse Carpenter. 

Hivesburfrh — Nahum Peck. 

Jericho — Edward Van Sicklen, Eleazer R Hard, 

Milton — A G Whittemore, Hector Adams, Charles H Perigo, H B 
Smith. 

Richmond — A B Maynard. 

Skelburne — Jacob Maeck. 

Underhill—Wm S A C F Hawkins, D G Sawyer. 

Weslfiird — Warren Hoxsie. 

Williston — Chauncey Brownell, David French. 

WaslfingtOH County* 

Barrc — Newell Kinsman, Ephraim E French, Clark W Upton. 

Calais — Shubael Wheeler. 

Middlcsez—Uir-dm C Mclrityre, H M Safford. 

Mojitpelier — Samuel Prentiss, Cyius Ware, Wm L'pham, Lnciii:* B 
Peck, O H Smith, H H Reed, Tho's Reed, Azel Spaldins, J Y Vail, 
DP Thompson, J P Miller, JT Marston, H W Heaton^ J A Vail, 
Cha's Reed, Geo W Reed, Josepli A Prentiss, F F Merrill, Stoddaid 
B Colby, Isaac F Redfield, James R Spalding, Charles W Prentiss. 

Moretnwn — Roger G Bulkley. 

JSTorthfield — John L Buck, Heman Caipenter. 

Plainfidd — Lewis Chiimherlin, Joseph A Wing, Henry Waibridge. 

1VaiU:ficld — Benj H Adams. 

Watrrbury — Dan Carpenter, Henry F Janes, Paul Dillingham jr., 
Rufus C Smith. John Dean jr. 



Caledonia County, 

Barnct — Mordecai Hale. 

Cafcof— Timothy P Fuller. 

Danville — Charles Davis, Geo B Chandler, Theron I^vard, Charles 
S Dana. 

Groton — Joseph Potts. 

Hardwicli — Bliss N Davis, John R Skinner, Andrew M Blair. 

Z-wwrfon— Thomas Bartlett jr., George CCjhoou,Edward A Cahoon, 
Fuller &. James, Nicholas Baylies. * 

Peacham — Wm Mattocks, S A Chandler. 

St. Juhnsburij — Ephraim Paddock. 

Sutton — John Beckwith, David Chadwick, 

IValden — James D Bell. 

yVaterford—i D Stoddard. 



62 



ATTORN ET 3. — PHYSICIANS. 



Frauhlin County. 

Baker.^Jield—W C Wilson, M W Sargeants, J B Nutting. ; 

Berkshire — Jasper Kand, H E Royce ' 

Fatr/ai— Madison Scott. Anson Soule, H E Hubbell, AS Beeman. 

Franklin — John J Deavitt. 

//ii'/i^-aie—Beiij Pcake, R L Paddock, H S Royce, L E Pelton. 

Rtchfurd—iohn S Koyce, S M Parsons. 

Sheldon — J W Sheldon, Augustus Burt, Bryant Hall, A E Searles. 

St. jilbaus — Benjamin Swift, John Smith, S S Brown, L B Hunt, 
I Benj H Smalley, James Davis, Henry Adams, Orlando Stevens, H R 
I Beardsley, Asa O Aldis, L H Nutting:, R H Hoyt, J G Smith, G F 
Houghton, H E Seymour, John G Saxe, Geo G Hunt. 

Swa7U(m—G VV Foster, N L Whittemore, J B Bowdish, S Hatha- 
I way. 

OrleatiM County. 

Barton — John H KirabalJ. 

C/iarlcston — N S Clark. 
j Coventry — Ciiarles Siory, O T Brown. 

CrafLsbary— iimns A Paddock, Nathan 3 Hill. 

Derbi^ — E G Johnson, D M Camp, John L Edwards, Wm JI Dick- 
erman, Henry F Prentiss. 
I Glvcer — Josiali A Flr^tcher. 
i Grecyisboro' — E A Kimball. 

I Iraaburgh— Geo C West, Jesse Cooper, Timothy P Redfield, John 
j H Prentiss. 
! Troy — Charles H Parker. Samuel Sumner, Norman Boardman. 

i ' 

I JLamoilte County, 

I Cambridffe— Henry Stowell, Wm H Law, 

j Eden — Andrew Hinds. 

j Hijdepark — Harlow P Smith. Joshua Sawyer. 

I Johnson— Augustas Young, J J Beardsley, W W White, A H An- 

! drews, S S Pike. 

I Murristnwn — Samuel A Willard, Luke P Poland. 

j 6Joice— Wilkins & Small, Vv' H H Bingham, O VV Butler, B H Fa!- 

I ler, A C Burke. 

tVolcott — Whitman G Ferrin. 



j Essex County. 

j Concord — David Hibbard. 

I GaddliaU — Win Heysood jr., Wm T Barron, James Steele, John 

! Nichols. 



G»-and Isle County. 

Alburgh — Frederick Hazen, Giles Harrington. 

^ Pliysicians in Vermont. 
JBenitiit^toht County. 

.Arlington — Luther Mosely, Simon Littletield, Aaron MtKee. 

Bennington — Noadiah Swift, Heman Swift, Wm Bigelow, Horace 
May, Wm A Dickerman, Felch ; Silas Wilcox, hot. 

Dorset — Walter S^=liuiTiway, Sylvester Mason. 

Olastenbary — Asa G Hewes, Elijah Hewes. 

Landgrave — Amori Benson. ■ 

Manchester — John Cooko, Geo Tuttle, Albert Barrows ; Ezra Ed- 
son, hot. 

Pownal — Benj F Morgan. 



PHYSICIANS. 63 



Rupert — Henry Sheldon. 
Saud<rate — Harmon Tucker, 
Siiajhbury — Freeborn Johnson, 
Stamford — Justin Smith, A D R«binsoc. 
Wiiihall — Job Leonaid. 



Athens — John Austin. 

Brattleboro^ — WillanJ Arms, John L Dickerman, Wm H Rockwell, 
F J Higginson, John VVih^oa, Reuben Spalding; E Bodenstein, R 
Wosselhoeft, homeopathic and hydropathic; J Page, O J Martin, hot. 

Dover — Jedediah Estabrook, VVm II Clark ; Daniel Leonard, bot, 

Dummerston — Isaac N Knapp, SewuU Walker, Zenas Butterfield, 
Jotham Burnett, 

Orufton — B H Bridgman, S E Ranney. 

Guilfurd — Benj W Stevens, 

i/a/ijfaz— Eben'r Miller; El>en'r M Clark, Elisha S Plumb, boU 

Jamaica — Joel Helton. 

Londonderry — J B Collins, L G Whiting. 

^Marlboro' — Ebenezer Tucker, 

J^'awfane — Wm Perry, J F Warren, P H Edminster, C S Blakesley. 

Putnnj — David Allen. 

Rockingham — R A Severance, Artemas Bobbins, J H W^ells, L D 

Sabin, Noah Pratt ; L. A Smith, Martin, D F Wiley, Chase, 

bot, 

Stratton — Hiram Baldwin, Isaac N Pike, bot. 

Townshend — Joel Chamberlin, Wait&till R Ranney, Dana Hyde, 
Charles Clark, 

Vernon — Cyrus Washburn. 

IVardxboro'' — S R Billings, A J Johnson. 

li' estminsier — Pliny Sattbrd, Jolin Campbell, Daniel Campbell, 

Wlidingham — Waters Gillett, John V'V liemeut; Reuben Green, bot, 

Wilmington — A L PeSt-.^o, Horace Smith, 

fVindhani — Wm A Chapin. 



Vl*indsor County, 

^fndover — Charles W Cnandler. 

Barnard — Samuel P Dantbrth, Isaac Danford, Thomas Swift. 

iie(/tc/— Alfred Paige, H H Pabner. 

Bridgwatei — Z W Furbur, W C Fierce ; V R Chilson, bot. 

Cavendish — John M Harlow. George H Ingalls. 

Clie^ter — .Abiam Lowell, C D Cleveland, T T Barrett, Ptolemy Ed- 
son, James Kobbins. 

Hartford — Henry B Brown, Alfred Morgan, Hiram Dow. 

Hartland — John Harding, Sidney P Bates, liCwis Emmons. 

Ludlow — Daniel Jones, Ardm G Taylor, W B Wetherbee ; Putnam 
Burton, Augustus Ross, bot. 

J^urwlch — Shubacl Converse, Ira Davis, Lyman Lewis, Levi Hutch- 
inson. 

Pij/mou<A— Charles A Scott. 

Pomfret — Kimball Russ, Henry L Williams. 

Reading — Levi Aldrich, Geo S Gurnsey ; Sylvester Newton, Lorin 
Fullam, hot. 

Roches', er — Dan'l Huntington, Josiah H Phelps, Wm M Huntington. 

Royaiton — Joseph A Denison, Joseph A Denison jr., Levi Ri.x. 

Sharon — David S Morse, Jason C Spalding. 

Sprimrfield — Leonard Chase, Calvin Hubbard, Langdon Sawyer, 
I Henry D Ranney, O R Freeman; Walter Parker, bot. 



UaEUB^tfDfitta 



64r PHYSJCIiNS. 

Stockbridrre— Timothy P Fay, Hiram Crandall, E W Sabin. 

TVcalhersfield — Ariel Kendrick, Robert B Cram, Jonathan Webster, 
Robert Atwood. 

Weston — Heman Shaw, Charles F Adams ; Micajah Martin, hot. 

Windsor — Edward E Phelps, Dyer Stoiy, Erastus C Torrey, Cyrus 
Houghton, Edward W Smith, D R Story.' 

Woodstock— S A Gallup, J D Powers,'J Burnell, J Gray, B R Palm- 
er, E Hazen, T E Powers, W Bowman, I Buckman ; A Hammond, 
hot. " 



Rutland Comity. 

Benson — R P Cooley, A H Howard, Seth Ransom, E D Ransom. 

Brandon — A G Dana, J F Merriam, Volnev Ross, Edward Vaile, J 
W Hale, Cyrus Johns, M F Edson, C L Case'. 

Castleton — Josepii Perkins, Middleton Goldsmith, J D Woodard, J 
N Northiop, Ciiarles Baccus, L W Hibbard, A G W Smith. 

Chittenden — Dan B Bogue ; B F Manly, .^zem Churchill, Walter 
Burnap, bot. 

Clarendon — Silas Bowen, Calvin Spencer, David H Meacham, 

Danby — Harris Otis, Eli Learned, J J Locke. 

Fairkaven — Thomas E Wakefield, James Sanford. 

Huhbardton — Roswell Webb. 

Middlclown — Eliakim Paul, Sylvanus Haynes, Oscar Thomas. 

.1ft. Holly — John Crowley ; Willaid Warren, bot. 

OriDcU — Earl Cushman, Nathan Gale. 

Pawlct — Oliver L Harmon, Charles Houghton, W B Sargent, Phin- 
eas H Strong. 

Pittsf.eld — Fayette Parsons. 

Pitiiford — Geo B Armington, Geo Page, James S Ewing, Eben'r H 
Drury ; A W Kingsley, dentist. 

Poultney — Wm McLeod, Adin Kendrick, Ebenezet Porter, Horace 
Hall, Thompson Burton. 

Rutland — James Porter, James B Porter, Cyrus Porter, Hannibal 
Porter, James Ross, T J Page, Lorenzo Sheldon, John B Hibbiird. 

Shrewsbury — Lowell \V Gurnsey. 

Sudbury — C W Horton ; D Andrews, G Morton, bot. 

Tinmouth — George M Noble, Theophilus Clark. 

Ifallin^furd^J Fox, D Holden, Wm C Fox, E O Eddy. 

WelLs — B H Haynes, Josepli Munson. 

West Haven — D W Armstrong. 



»^ddtson Vonuttf, 

Addison — David C Goodale, Philbrook D Barrows, C E Miles j Wil- 
martli Hinds, bot. 

Bridport — Jabez P.icknell, Joel Rice. 

Bristol — Wm C Warner, Frederick P Wheeler ; John May, bot. 

Cornicall — Marcus O Porter, Frederick Ford ; Oliver J Eells, hom- 
cepathic. 

Ferrlshursh — Jonathan Cram, H Hurd, A H Converse. 

Lincoln — Luther M Kent, Psorman Towsley, Benjamin Taber ; Eli 
Hodge, bot. 

Middlebury — William Bass, Edward Tudor, Zacheus Bass, Jonathan 
A Allen, Wm P Russell, S P Lathrop jr., Joseph Billings ; J G Ross, 
bot.; N Harris, dentist. 

Monkton—lxd. Smith, Geo E Stone, Philip Bnllou. 

J^Tcw Haven — Adin Hall, H A Smith, Cullcn BuUard, E D Warner. 

Panton — Morris Smith, Tousley. 

Salisbury — M H Ranney, Washington Miller. 



PHYSICIANS. G5 

Shcreham. — Wm A -Hitchcock, David E Page. 

Starkdboro^ — '^bel Sweet, John Keyser ; N F Martin, hot. 
j Vergenncj—D-dn C Stone, Austin Bradfoid, Alvah Sprague, P Max- 
i field. 

Weybridge — David Packaid, Zerah Porter, CuUen Bullard. 

WAifi/to-l-William Wright. 



Orange Counly. 

Bradford — John Poole, Wm S Carpenter ; Mack, hot, 

Bramtree — Samuel Craig; Caleb Chase, Benj Byam, bot. 

Brookjield — S Horace Smith, J Bradley Smith. 

Chelsea — Thomas Winslow, John iVlcClure, James R Morse, Ezra 
C Worcester ; Urbane Lathrop, bot. 

Co'nnth. — E Smith, Israel Hiukley, Alva Carpenter, Xeheraiah 
Taplin jr.; John.L E«gers, bot. 

JVewbury — Wm H Carter, JohnStevens, Daniel Darling ; Jotham 
G Dearborn, dentist. 

Oranfre — Ezra Paine, A E Field. 

Randolph— J R PenUjer, J S Smith. Walter Carpenter, P D Brad- 
ford, J M Woodworth, S W Thayer jr., U H Brown. 

Strafford — Albigence Pierce, J N Stiles, Elcazcr Baldwin, John Sa- 
bins. 

TTiei'/oird— William Sweatt, H H Xiles, Samuel W Thayer jr. 

Topsham — Isaac McNiece, E M Bill, Levi. Burton. 

Tunbrida-c — Charles B Chandler. 

Jershirc—D M Baldwin, B O Tyler. 

Washington — N W Braley. 

W'dUamstoicn — Nathaniel W Perry. 



Chittenden County. 

Bzii-lington-—UoTiice'lJa.tch, Wm Atwater, Thomas Chamberlin, J 
Smith, Charles Hall, Charles H Hall, B J Heincberg, John Peck, W 
Spooner, Pitkin, Geo W W^ar.d. 

Charlotte — Joel Stone. 

Colcheslei — George W Horton, H Hatch. 

Essex — Marcus Swain, Simon Tubbs. 

Hinesburgh—D Goodyear, J W Miles, J F Miles, H Taggart; N H 
Martin, bot. 

Huntington — Geo W Bromley, Jolm Woik. 

Jericho — George Howe, Jamin Hamilton, Benj Y Warner. 

Milton — Daniel H Onion, Benj Fairchild. F B Hathaway, Wm S 
Johnson. 

Richmond — Reuben Nims, Horace Douglass. 

Siielbume — Edwin H Sprague, Jonathan Tavlor. 

Underhill—\ C Welch, B Y W^arnei, Wm H Farrer, J 3fay. 

Westford — Thomas Haynes, H L 'I odd. 

Williston — Matthew Cole, C A Sprague ; Isaac S Alger, bot. 



TW*iSshing-ton County. 

Barre — Lyman Paddock, E M Bigelow. 

Berlin — Orrin Smith, John Winslow. 

Calais — Asa George, E S Deming. 

Marshfield — Asa Phelps. 

Middlesex — David Goodale. 

JIontpelier—JdLmes Spalding, J Y Dewey, F W Adams, Z P Burn- 
ham, D Corliss, N C King, Charles Clark, G H Loomis, C M Rublee ; 
F A McDowell, Robert Wood, James Templeton, hot,; Ral])h Kil- 
bourn, John Demerit, A A Sweetser, dentists. 




66 PHYSICIA-KS. 

Moretown — Lester Kinsley ; Ziba Richardson, bot.. 
J^orthfield — Benj Porter, Clifton Claggett, Jared Bassett. 
Plaivfield — Nathaniel Bancroft, Daniel Bates, Ebenezer Ccnant, 
Rozbury — Zebediah Richardson, 
Waitsfield—D C Joyslin, O Smith, G NBrigham. 
Warren. — Asahel Kendrick, Leonard Thrasher. 
Waterbury — Thomas B Downer, Oliver W Drew, Charles C Arms, 
Charles H Cleveland. 
Worcester — Ira RRood. 



Caledonia County. 

Bamet—F B Brewer, Socrates Tuttle, John McNab, H C Leach. 

Burke — Abel Brown, Walter Redding. 

Ca6oi— John Doe, Matth&w P Wallace. 

Danville — Eldad Alexandai, Royal M Ayer, Samuel Collins, Tho's 
Glysson. 

Oroton—S B Heath. 

Hardwick — Aaron Smith, John Sanbbrnj Zephaa E..Taylor ; W'Scott 
Marsh, bot. 

Lyndojh — Selim Ifewell, Sanborn & Darling. 

Pcacham — Josiah Shedd, G W Cobb. 

Ryegate — Eli Perry. 

St, Johnshmy — Calvin Jewett, Jeiry Dickerman, Morrill Stevens^ 
Geo C Wheeler, Jesse P Bancroft, H Brockway. 

Sutton — Warren W Carpenter. 

Waterford — Abner Miles, Ralph Bugbee, R F;Rowell, Ralph Bug- 
bee jr. 

Wheelock — Hiram P Hoyt. 



Wraitklin Co'sinty, 

Bakers>field—R C M Woodward, O T. Houghton, .MPerley,PG Pier. 

Berkshire — William C Ellsworth, L.L Cushman, S S Butler, J C 
Butler, B B Searle ; Fuller &. Small, bot. 

Enosburgh — Horace Eaton, Rollin Eaton. 

Fairfax — James H Farnsworth, J D Farnsworth, Renselaer Soale. 

Fairfield — Myron N Babcock, Chester W Keyes. 

Fletcher — Hiram G Benedict. 

Franklin— C M Hurlbut, S E Park, S S Searle. 

Georgia — H P Blair, Nathan Dean, Hercules Washburn. 

Highgate — Henry Baxter, J D Lookinland ; David Skeels, bot. 

Montgomery — B W Fuller. 

Richford — John Huse. 

Sheldon— A M Brown, John Gallup, H C Whittemore. 

St. Mlans—i L Chandler, John Branch, N H Ballou, J H Hyde, E 
D Hall ; Pier, John Watson, hot 

S»a7itore— Lewis Janes, A Hixley, A W Saxe, H A Gates. 



Orleans County » 

Mbany — Dyer Bill. 

Marion— Aaroii Pierce, Joseph A Masta. 
Brownington — J F Skinner. 
CAaWeston— Elijah Robinson, Alanson T Gibson. 
Coventry — Samuel S Kendall. 

Cra/i^&urj/— Daniel Dustin, Ephraim Brewster, David Htmtoon. 
jDerfij/— Lemuel Richmond, Lewis Patch, Lovell McKeaeh, George 
A Hinman. 

Glover — F A JGarfield, George Damon. 
Greerwftoro'— Sumner Putnam. 



PHYSiaiANS. MXRCH4NTS AND TUADBBS. 67 

Irasburgh — Henry Hajes, Samuel Tucker. 
JVewport — Lewis Morrill. 
Troy — D H Beard, Henry Gory, L C Moore^ 
Westfield — A W Aaais. 



Jjamoille County. 

Cambrid£re — B S Miner, K"-almon Brush, J H Abels, Albert Parsons. 

Eden — Wm C Atwell, A P Barber, James M Barnes. 

Hijdepark — Ariel Huntoon ; Aaron Morse, bot. 

Johnson — John Meigs, Tyler Mason, Asa Kittredge, Robert Balch. 

Morristown — D W Putnam, Horace Powers, James Tinker, Almerin 
Tinker. 

Stow — Joseph Robinson, N. H Thomas, Daniel Washburn, J D 
Wheelock. 

Watervdle — William Page, Selvey Kidder. 

Wolcott — Seaver ChamberliB. 



. 



Essex County t 
Canaan— Albion P Cummings, bot. 

Concord — Josiah Morse, Horace H Palmer, Prescott Buckminster. 
East Haven — John Walter jr. 
Guildhall — Henry L Watson. 
Lunenburgh — John A Raymond, Theron Webb,. T T Cushman. 



Grand Msle^ County 4- 

Mburgh^B. H Reynolds, A C Butlei, Earl. 

Or and Isle — A H W J ackaon. . 

J^orth Hero — Gary Whitney, Elijah Haynes. 

South Hero — Abraham Harding, Sylvenus Humphrey, AiGoodnow. 



Merchants and. Traders inu V^exmout. 
Bennington County. 

Arlington — Billings & Co., Deming & Hills j Simeon Littlefield jr., 
West Arlington. 

^enniTi^toTi— H Patchin, H K Parsons, M K & S S Scott, Walkei 
& Harrington, S P Peck, C Thacher,. Wills & Fairbanks, S L God- 
frey, L Patchin, S Sibley ; Wm E Hawks, PL Robinson, B Harmon, 
Charles Noyes, North Bennington. 

Dorset — Underbill & Gray, Landon & Co. 

Landgrove — John Emerson. 

JI/ancAe^fer— Burrill &, Andrews, L C Orvis, Clark & Douglass ; 
John Landon, Factory Point, 

Peru — J J Hapgood. 

Pozc7iaZ— Potter & Parker, Whipple & Spencer, John A Mooar. 

Readsboro^ — Joel Ranney, Michael Sanford. 

^«;?ert— James T Bate ; James T Bate, CB Safford, West Rupert; 
N C Goddard, East Rupert. ' 

Sandgate — Roswell Tuttle, Stephen Gray, Abram Brownell & Co. 

Searsburgh—E H Swift &. Co. 

Shaftsbury—N oima.n R Douglass ; C E & J C Houghton, William 
Matteson, South Shaftsbury. 

Stamford — James Houghton. 

Sunderland — Gilbert Bradley. 

Woodford — Roswell Day. 

Vf*indham, County. 

Athens — Marvin W Davis. 

-graftZe^oro'— Williston & Tyler, G C Hall, C Townsley &; Son, A 



68 MEhCHANTS AND TRADKU3. 



E Dwinell, Cune-& Goodhae, Drckinson, Day & Co., Wheeler k. 
Pratt, G ifc C Lawrence, Dutton & (Hark, Woodcock & Co., Geo A 
.NJorse, Dickcrman & Powers, E W Fiouty, Joseph Steen (Books,) H 
D Hrackett, R Ranger (Jewelry) J H & W H Estabroek, L D Prouty 
(Stoves and Tin ;) A Dunklee.' G Pratt & Co., West Brattleboro'. 

JDuver — Presson F Perry, East D.; Jones & Stetson, VVest D. 

Dummeiston — Asa Kniglit, Roger Birchard, George' W^ Emerson. 

Oraftou — Hyman Burgess, Geo M Barrett, Holmes & Butterfield. | 

Guilf'rd—Ddxwin H Stevens, Guilford Center ; Hiram 6 (Jutting, 
Green River. | 

Halifax— R^ & F Henry ; Hitchcock & Blanchard, West Halifax. I 

Jamaica — Lyman Meriifield, Sumner & Brimball. 

Londondf.rry — N & C B AMrich, Gray & Albee, Pierce & Albee, j 
Curti-- Robinson. j 

Marlboro^ — Cone &. Winchester. I 

JVewfanc — H E Baker, Birchard & Sawyer, Fayetteville ; Wm H I 
Williams, Miller & Clark, A S Ward, Williamsville ; James Charter, I 
Pondville. 

PwtHei/— Isaac Grout, Peyton R Chandler & Co., John R Miller. 

Rockingham — A & M Wentworth, Noiman Harris, Benj Smith jr., 

5 R B Wales, Nichols & Watkins, Bellows Fails ; E A Campbell, 
Leach & Warner, Osgood & Wiley, Locke &: Wilder, Saxton's River ; 
D F Gushing, Cambridgeport ; Benj Spaulding, Rockingham ; C Bar- 
rett, Bartonsviile. 

Somerset — Stetson &. Jones. i 

Townshend — Samuel F Thompsen, Nathaniel Cheney ; Tho's Cook 

jr.. West Townshend. j 

Vernon — Marshall Whithed. ] 

IVardsbiiro''-^i & H Rice ; Erasmus Plympton, Jackson Newell, ' 

North Wardsboio' ; Daniel Harris, Hammond's Mills. 

Westminster — Barker & Lord ; George W Daniels, West W. j 

Whitin^ham — Shoreham Goodnow, Winn & Chase, Maturin Ballou i 

jr., Eli Green ; A T Childs, Sumner &. Bowen. Jacksonville. ' 

Wiiminsrton—ChiUs, Sargent Je Boyd, W Gorham-&;.Co., F Childs I 

6 Co., Filch & Stone, ^Harris &. Smith. i 
Windham— Wm Harris & Son, E & F D Sawyer. ' 

J%*indsor Votitity. \ 

Jindovcr — John B Mannirig ; Charles Sherwin, SimondsviUe. 

Barnard — Joseph B Danforth, RoUin Richmond., Stephen Bosworth, ' 
Lewis S French : Seymour Belfenap, East Barnard i 

Bethel — H N Smith, George Francis, Ichabod Hathaway ; Morey \ 
& Hutchins, East Bethel. ; 

Bridg-eirater — G R Motllton, Martin Beard, Charles S Raymond, Ed- ' 
win Clement. " j 

Cavendiih—Rohbins & White, GeoF Davis & Co.; Addison Smith, 
Elijah T Parker, E F Churchill & Co., Proctorsville. ' 

Chester — Sherwin & Richardson, D K Barrett, Rodney Sherwin, I 
Hilton &c Rogers, Joshua C Dana. ! 

Hartford— iustip. C Brooks, Simeon Lymaii, Mases French ; Sam'l 1 
T Steele, West Hartford ; Charles Tinkham, Q.uec!hee Village. i 

Hartland — Simeon Willard & Co., E M Stocker, P D Richardson ; 
Moore & Co., North Hartland. ' 

LudloK — Adams <fe Armington, Andrew Pettingrew jr., Mascn & j 
Whitcorab, Wm A Spaulding. I 

JVorwich — F L & E W Olds, George Lyman, John L Currier, Lewis ' 
S Partridge. } 

Plymouth— SnmncT S Wheeler ; Isaac Tyson jr., Tyson Furnace. 



MEHOHANTS AND TRADERS. 6& | 



Powfret — Otis Chamberliih-; Aathan Snow, J W Perkins (DTugs,) [ 
Snow's Store. I 

Reading — Keyes & Morse ; Rufus Buck, Lewis Robinson, South; 
Reading ; W Brown, L KendaH, L C Fay, Williams, Felchville. i 

Rnchcster — Hriggs & Pierce, Artemas-Cushman. | 

Ruyaltoii — VVm Skinner, E D BlodgetS <fe Co., E P Nevens &. Co., j 
Richardson, Fish &. Co., 

Sharan — Baxter & Walbridge, Wooster Downer. 

Sprincrfield — Jonathan Chase, R &: U Butk«>, Porter &; Dana, Adams, 
Bundy &. Co., Selden Cook, Sylvanas Bianchard (Grocer,) Geo Kim- 
ball (Iron ;) Abner Field ic Co., John White, Sylvester Burke, Solo- 
mon Saundors, J^'tffth SpringSeld'. 

Stockbridge — J Morgan &l Son-; Martin Beaid, MGay, Gaysville. 

Weathersfie d — Joseph F Nichols & Co., Dana, Snell & Co., Per- 
kinsville ; AmasaGay .fie Co., .Corners. 

fVeston — Ambrose Pease, Foster & Parker, Brown &. Howard, 
Matthew Wilkins. 

Windsor— A & H Wardner, S Wardner & Son, Hatch & Co., I W 
Hubbard, Geo Wardner, John Pettes, Henry S Boyuton 3 G H Shedd, 
Samuel Hulett, M B Peikins & Co., Biownsville. 

IVuudstock — Abner Stevei:*, Charles Dana jr., O A Biyant, Geo R 
Chapman, Hay<len& Hutchinson, B W Rice, Isaac Churchill, Rus- 
sell & Clark (VV^atche*and Jewelry,) King & Hatch, Mullish &.Slade 
(Grocers.) Vanduzee & Munger (Merchant Tailors,) Clia's Chapman 
(Drug.-,) Haskell &. Palmer (Books ;) Oliver Bailey, Daniel Ransom, 
South Woodstock. 

Rutland County* 

Benson — DanielR Barber, Luther Joy, M W Smith, C R Walker. 

Brandon — Ira Button, D <5c A Collins, Julia*! E Higgins, Barnard 
Ketcham, Conant, T'rask &. Co., John Liscum, Warren &. Bliss, Geo 
W BuHard,^ V'olney Ross, Royal Blake. 

Codtlcton — Adams & Adams, H Ainsv/orth, J D Goodwin, S HRoot, 
W &. C Moulton, S H Langdon, F Paiker k. Co.; Hodsres &; Farnum, 
Parker & Co., Hydevillo. 

Clarendon — Hall & Parker; L.M Walker, H Hitchcock, Springs. 

Danby — Aaron R Vail &. Co., Mrs. Sperry ; Minar Hillyard, Seneca 
Smith, Danby 4 Corners. 

Fairhucen — Davey &. Cushman, James N Kelsey, A & J C Allen. 

Hubbardton — Horace K Spencer, George Wood, Parsons <Sc Jones. 

Middltt'icn—E S & E Sunderlin, Vail & Otis. 

J\Iount Holiy — Samuel Hemenway, Mechanicsville, 

Orice/;— Chipman & McEwan, Hitchcock & Co., Fletcher & Wright, 
J S Strong. 

PaTTlet—Wheedon & Swallow, Sheldon & Allen, Brown & Edger- 
ton, Harrington, Landon & Co., Martin D Strong, Ira Marks. 

Pitt-ifeld — Lucius Preston, John Rockwell. 

Pttt-./ord— Henry Simonds, Samuel D Winslew, C & E L Granger, 
Lyman Rockwood, A B Bullard. 

Poultney — Noyes & Harris, Simeon Mear.*?, Amos Bliss,. Peter Far- 
nam. East Poultney ; Wm Moulton & Co., J? Beaman &, Son, G H 
Mallary, Scofield, West Poultney. 

Rutland — Barrett &. Co., Daniel P Bell, Luther Daniels,. Burt & 
Mason, George T Hodges, N G Howard, James Porter, O L Rohbins, 
Ripley & Bailey, C A Mungei ; W E C Stoddard (Books ;) Charles 
Clement, David Morgan jr., West Rutland. 

S/irew.ibury — John Buckmaster, Stephen Gleason ; Jones & Dow, 
Wra B Brown, E M Sprague & Co., Cuttingsville. 



70 MERCHANTS AWD TRADERS. 



Sudbury — Ira Bingham, John C Sawyer. 
T^nmouth — Eliada Cramton, N W Sawver. 

WallinBrford — S Townsend jr., Harris &. Round, E Martindale, D H 
Sabin &c Co.; Lapham &. Vail, South Wallingford. 
Wells— D W Sargents &. Co., Barden Beals. 
West Haven — Wolcott Sc Bailey, R S Armstong (Drugs.) 



Orange County. 

Bradford— Asa Low, Geo W Prichard ^ Son, Preston 4* Pickett, C 
T Ma-rtin. 

Braintree — Azro D Lamson fy Co., Currier 4' Hunt. 

Brookfield — A Cleaveland if Co., Edson ^ Abbott, A W Bigelow ^ 
Co. 

Chelsea — Dickinson k. Noble, Jona Smith jr., Geo D Stearns, Amos 
R Wood. 

Corinth — Theodore Cooke, Dan'l R Cooke ; John Merrill, East C. 

Fairlee — J B Bailey. 

JVewburij — F ^ H Keyes, James M Chadwick, Sam'l Eastman, Guy 
Cargiil, David Johnson ; Hutchins fy Buchanan, Timothy Sbedd, 
Wells River. 

Orange — Orange Fifield, John Merrill. 

Randolph — F W Alvord ; Edward Hobart, Samuel B Mann, Mann 
Sc Tilson, West Randolph} John Glidden, N P Brooks. F E McClure, 
East Randolph. 

Strafford — Morrill, George 4'Go.; Hatch ^ Sanborn ; Harris ^Russ, 
Hiram Barrett, South Strafford. 

Thetford — Greenleaf <$' Kimball, Lyman Walker, Harry Barnes j M 
J Walker, Union Village ; John Pratt, Post Mills. 



•tddigen County* 

Addison — Warren S Brown, Hyder Barnes. 

Bridport—V Fletcher & Son, N S Burritt, G Searl & Co., J Frost 
<fc Rider, A B & R M Chipman. 

Bristol — Lajman Munson & Co., Winter H Holley, H Spaulding, 
Jehn B Wilson, George ^V Parmelee (Drugs.) i 

Cornwall— T W Collins &; Co., Israel C Mead, Benj F Haskell. ! 

"^crrishurgk — C W Wicker, Shales &. V7ebb, A Wetheiboe, Allen ! 
& Wheeler. 

'Granville — John Hackett jr. 

Hancock — Royal Flint. 

Leicester — Edward S Barrett. 

Lincoln — Wightman Chapman, Oliver W Burnham. 

Middlebury — A Cliapman & Son, R Beckwith, Cyrus BiTge & Son, 
Asa Francis, John Vailett, John Wood, H A Sheldon, J M Slade & 
Co., HLangworthv & Co., Adams <fe Fuller ; Jona Hager, L W Claik 
(Books ;) Wm P R'ussell, S Moody, H C Gridlev (Drugs.) 

Monkton-T C Smith, Geo B Cram, Milo W Kinsley. 

Jfew Haven — A' P Roscoe, H Smith ; Hiram Rider, East Mills. 

Ripton — O Thorn, A Jackson. 

Salisbury — John B Huntley & Co., Howard Harris. 

Shoreham—i Simonds, D Sf G Hich, Wrigiit 4- Bush, E S Atwood. 

Starksboro' — Lysander L Hblcomb. 

Vtrgennes — Fcidyce Huntington, G 4" W T Parker, Wm R Bixby, 
Morgan S( Bowman, L C Thorn'4" Co., E N Drury, H Cook, Obadiah 
Walker, W Chapman, P Foster, G Petaberton, W Vernall, George 
Throop, John E Roberts (Books.) 

Weybridge — Silas L Sprague. 

Whiting — Joseph Simonds, Daniel M Russegue. 



MERCHATrxS AND TRADERS. 71 

Topskam—N ^ A Baiiey ; 'N B George, West Topsham. 

Tunbridge — Jeremiah Foster, Francis Sturtevant, Horace L Hoyt. 

Vershire—R T Keyes, P Dwight 4- Co. 

Washington — B F Dickinson, Thurbur 4' Bowles. 

West Fairhe — J B Sluyton. 

WilliamstaiDn — C <^ R Ainsworth, Danford Carpenter. 

Chittenden County, 

Burlingten — Harry Bradley, Sidney Barlow, Charles Mills, Vilas 4' 
Noves, R Landon 1^ Co., T W Lovell, N W Gage, Isaac Warner, S 
W'Wells, Noble Lovely, Solomon Walker, C F Staniford 4* Co., Ha- 
gar 4' Arthur, S L Herrick, Carlos Wainwright, Isaac Dow, Brins- 
maid 4' Brothers, Harrington ^ Brothers, Wm Hurlburt, Daniel Kern, 
S E Howard, Cele 4* Bobinson, Peck 4- Spear. J 4' J H Peck 4- Co., 
A Edwards, Stephen Woods, H W Catirr., Strongs 4" Co., Geo Peter- 
son, Potter 4' Hawley, Miles A Everts, T!Iias Lyman, J B Isham, Mrs. 
Langworthy, J Hogan, S M Pope, P 4" H H Doolittle,Cha«incey Good- 
rich, A S Dewey, Joseph Hatch, Wm B Curtiss, L 4' C E Follett, 
Henry Mayo 2d, Follett 4' Bradley, Catlia -4" Spear, Cha'rles Benns, 
S W Taylor, Dodge. 

Charlotte — H H Newell, Noble Lovely, Staples 4- Lyon. 

Colchester — Sidney Barlow, James S Piatt, Wm B Hatch 4" Co., 
Francis La Clair, John W Weaver, Ebenezer Spencer. 

Essex — Lorin Tyler, Geo R Tyler, Jedediah Tuttle, Josiah Tuttle. 

Hinesburffh — Marcus Hull, Wm B Viele, Boynton 4* Burritt, W^m J 
Douglass, Frederick W Baldv/in. 

Huntington — Akzander Ferguson, J Kennedy Sf Co. 

Jericho — Oakes Sf Peck ; Henry C Blackman, Jericho Centre. 

Milton-^Geoxge Ayres, Lyman Burgess ; Adams 4' Whitney, "R San- 
derson 4' Co., MD Herrick, West Milton. 

Richmon,d — E B Green, Wm Rhodes jr., Philo Clarke. 

Shelbume — John Simonds 2d, Jirah B Isham, 

Underkill — J H Tower 4" Sons, L M Stephens, F W-oodworth. 

Westford—B. P Wood, H B Hine, S N Gout, S G Merriam. 

Williiton— Abraham \ Holley, T H Canfieid, Hurlburt 4- Hodges. 

T9*as hilt ff ton County* 

Barre—Dodge W Keith, Walker and French, H N'Bacon, Warren 
H Ellis ; Heman Smith, South Bane. 

BerU't — Joseph Denney. » 

Marshfield — Enoch D Putnam. 

Middlesex — Johnson 4" Hoiden. 

Jfow^eZier— Baldwin 4* Scott, Ellis, Wilder 4- Co., Storrs if 
LangdoBS, J W Howes, Silas Burbank jr., John B Langdon, Lyman ^ 
King, L 4' A A Cross, Charles Spalding, Bancroft 4' Riker, Erastus 
HEbbard, Hyde, Dodge 4" Co.; S K Collins, S P Redfield ^Druggists ;) 
EP Walton 4* Sons, Eastman 4' Danforth (Books ;) J A Somerby 
(Periodicals and Newspapers ;) Z 4" C R Wood, E Hubbard, Webb 8f 
C<i. (Stoves and Tin Ware ;) Burnham 4 Ellis, Alfred Scott (Hats and 
Caps 3) Samuel Abbott, Ira S Town, Witherell 4" Mead (Watches 
and Jpwelry ;) R R Riker, Burnham 4" Ellis (Military Goods ;) J W 
Howes, E A Webb (Agiicultuial Implements ;) Moses Sf Rich, N C 
King, North Montpelier. 

Moreiavm — Curtis S Newcomb. 

JVorthJield— John A S White, Geo B Pierce 4" Co., J H Burnham. 

Plainfield — Aaron T Bancroft, Benj Hall, Thomas P Bartlett. 

Roxbvry — Erastus N Spalding. 

Waitsfield — J M Richardson, C Skinner Sf Co., James T Phelps. 



72^ MZRCHANTS.-AND TUADriBBS. 

IVajTcn — James <Jardellj George Burrell. 

tVatcrbury — Benj F Goss, JoelG Siimson, S C Hutchins. 



Caledonia County. 

Barnet — Jarvis Jewett, Haivey <5" Eastniiiii ; Azro Dutton, Mcln- 
does Falls ; Levi P Parks, Remick 4' Kendall, Passurnpsic. 

Buike — Joel Trull, Lucius Denison, diaries C Newell, Daniel 
Beckwith. 

Cabot — Lsrael Cutling;, Elijah Perry S; Co., Babcock 4' Trussell. 

DanriZ/c— Dana, Weeks Sf Stanton, J C Fuller, HC Babcock, Vail, 
Deming 4" Co., Cobb 4* Brainard ; Sias, Vail 4' Co., Noith Danville. 

Oroton — Moses Buchanan 4' Co., Caleb Webster, Ephiaim Low. 

Hardwick—L, H Delano 4* bon, Crosby S,' Co.; S A Aiken, S M Pen- 
nocky Soutii Hardwick. 

Lyndon — John .M Weeks, Kittredge 4* Colby, Fuller 4" Co.j John 
M Hoyt, Isaac A Denison 4' Co., L-vndon Centre. 

Peao/ta7ii—lsix\xc Watts, J M Martin 4* Co., E C Brown,' 

Ryeijate — George Cowles. 

Sheffield — Xathan Gilbert, Chaurrcey L Ingalls. 

St, Johnsbary — E Jewett 4' Co., (y C W^ildter ; John DacoR 4' Co., 
Jonas Flint. St. J. Centre ; Morrill 4' Rankin, O Goodall, East St. J. 

Sution — J Blake 4" Son, Ide 4'>Drown. 

Waldcn — A'ath'l Farrington, Leonard F Edwards, South Walden. 

JVaterford — M K Parks 5 Hiiam Cutting 4' Co., J C Kent 4" Co., 
Lower Waterford. 

fVheelock—W S:S Bradley. 



FranKlin Cottniy. 

BakerfficJd — Armington 4' Pomeroy. Thomas Hooker, Earle Smilie. 

Berkshire— H S Bow^n^ O Thayer 4- Co.; A H Barton, E L Searle, 
Major Tyler, West B.; WmClipp, W'm S Rublee, East B. 

Enosburifh — J M Dean, Keith 4' Saxe, West Enosbutgh, 

Fairfar.—S D Alferd, J R 4; F Halbert. 

Fairfield — J Souie 4* Co , Burr 4" Farnsworth. 

Fletcher— a M Vilas. 

Franklin — John Adams, Lovel Stowe. 

Oeorgiii — J Janes, Loomis 4' Pino, Cha's Ladd 4' Co», Post ^ Fas- 
sett, S W Wood, T'S Bates. 

Highffatc—S W 4' S S Keyes, Lucius Green, A P'Herrick ; Barr, 
Drury'4- Co., Saxe's Mills. 

Montgomery — Charles -H Wheeler. 

Richfurd — 6 R.and D C Butler, J Carpenter and Sons, L H GofF. 

Sheldon — Jacob Wead, Henry Carlisle, A Keith and Co. 

St. Jiibans—W and G H Farrar, C F Safford, H B Sowles, L Rand 
L Brainard jr , V\ ra.R Loomis-, E J Hicks, T W Smith, V Atwood, 
Orange Adams, C J Saxe, Alfied Hawkins, M S Dairow, Hagar and 
Woodwaid, Hyde, Burton and Beardsley, Nichols, Burton and Chit- 
tenden, E L Janes ; Blin Barsfow, L L Dutchcr (Druggists.) 

Swant'm-J and W H Blake, Green and Sjiear, A S Farrar ; H B 
Farrar, Page, Sanborn and Co., Swanton Falls ; Alonzo Green, East S, 

Orleans Counttf, 

Jilbany — William Hayden. 

Bartun — Strong and Jewett, M Mansfield, S S Kimball, H Smith 
and Co, 
Brownington — F D Merrill. 

CAaWe^ito/t— Clark, Webster and Co., Wm B Cole and Co., West C. 
Coventry — Elijah Cleveland, Daniel P Walworth. 



MERCHANTS AND TRADERS. — MANUFACTURERS. 93 



Craftsbury — Wm E Paddock, Joshua Osgood, Wm Newman, Ama- 
sa Scott. 

Derby — Jacob Bingham, Jesse Willey, Hinman and Kelley ; Cebb, 
Rollins utid Co., Foster, Holmes and Co., Derby Line ; IJeniy Orike, 
, West I>erby.. 

! Qlwer — t^imonds, Conant and Co., Wm B Palmer, Sam'l 3 Blanch- 
i ard, Isaac B t?mith. 

I Greensboro^ — L F Waterman, Williams and Ingalls. 
j Irasburvh — George Wortliington jr. and Co., Hubbaid Hastings. 

Troy — Jacob Bates and Co., F il Coiey, Mark Curtis j J and A J 
i Rowell, North Troy. 
I li'estjield — O Winslow and Co. 



i Jjfttnoilte County. 

I Cambridge — Martin Wires, J W Turner, Uavid Wadsworth, Firas- 
tus Meechj Nathan Smilie, W^iliard Grisvvold, Wm Lathrop, Jeffer- 
son viU.-» 

j Eden—RT CuU and Co., Daniel Melvin, 

j Hijdefarli — Lucius H Noyes, Nathaniel P Kesler, 
Johnson — Moses A'oise, Merriam and Lynde. 

I Morristown. — Vernon P Noyes, E B Herrick, Waterman and Cady. 

I Stow — R Washburn, Bennett and Robinson-, Albert Carep, Asa R 

i Gamp, H S Camp. 

{ If'atcrville — John Hevren, James M Hotchkiss. 

I Wolcott — Phineas S Benjamin. 



Essex County* 
Canaan — Morrill and Fletcher. 
Covcord — John G Darling, Hill and Goodallv 
Guildhall — George Hublwird. 
Luntnburgh — Stephen Howe, N W Fiencb. 



Grand Isle Cottnty. 

Albnrgh — S J Davis, Benj Gordon ; \\ m L Sowles, Lewis O^ena, 
West Alburgh. 

Grand I.4e — Abel Brown, D E Griswold. 
J^Torth Hero — Abne) Keeler, Jdhn W Brown. 
South Hero — Wra H Keeler, Zenas G Clark, 



Dianufactiirers in Vemiont. 
Bipnnittgton Comity, 

Arlivgton — Wm McAuiey, Galen Canfield, Julius Beebe, Samuel 
Folsome, Andrew Mattison, Enos Canfield jr., • arble j Norman H 
Batcheldei, Chairs ; A D Poland, Spools and Bobbins ; E Canfield, 
Sawed Shingles ; Brown and Eaton, Marble. West Arlington. 

Beuningtun — loel Volentinc. S D Walbridge, Bennington, Richard- 
son and Jones, North B., Woolen ; E H Switt, S C Raymond^ Jacobs 
and Riddle, Geo Boardman, Asahel Booth, Bennington, Truman Estes, 
Asa Doty, Essex and Whiting, Aldrich and Arnold, North B., Cotton ; 
Alson Squires, Buckley Squires, Dan'iConklin, Leather ; Dan'l Conk- 
lin, E Adams and Co., Buardman and Prentice, Boots and Shoes ; L 
Grover, Brown and Gage, Iron Founders-; Hinsdale and Brock, Cast 
Iron ; Benton, Fuller and Co., Berkley and Gookin, Paper ; Coivin 
and Rockwood, Linseed Oil ; E M Welling, North B., Starch ; P Boyn- 
ton and Sons. Machinists. 

Dorset — Humphrey Richardson 9d, Woolen ; Wm Williams, Leath- 
er, Boots and Si/oes ; James Curtis, East D.,-D Curtis and Co , North 
D,, Cast Iron; Dan Kent, E Manly, R M Underbill, G B Hofley, W J 



'8'4 TaAJfUFACTTJREKS. 



Soper, R Bloomer and Sons, Marble ; M M Manly, Door Latches arid 
Screw Wrenches ; A Selden, Gunsmith. 

Landgrave — George Van Note, Leather ; Dennis Coolidge, Ralph 
Richardson, Boots and Shoes ; Jona F Martin, Lasts. 

Manchesttr — Henry and Purdy, Manchester, Harris and Baker, Fac- 
tory Point, Woolen ;"John Van Note, Manchester, M Clark and Sons, 
Factory Point, Leather ; Lyman Way and Sons, Burrell and Andrews, 
L C Orvis, Willard Chamberlain, Wm Chamberlain, Gilman Wilson, 
Alfred Briggs, Elijah Collins, J F Famsworth, Addison Merriman, 
Marble. 

Peru — Frederick Holton, Leather. 

Pownal — Joseph C Stillman, Leather ; Ethan Brown, Woolen. 

Sandgate — Randall and Waller, Woolen. 

Searsburgh — E H Swift and Co., Leather. 

Shaftsbury — Reuben Matteson, Woolen ; Hiram Barton, Enos Ad- 
ams, Leather ; Alexander Orr, William Orr, Paper ; Joseph Rock- 
wood, Linseed Oil, North Bennington P. O.; Samuel Cranston, Mar- 
ble ; Dennis J George, Machinist ; S and S A Whipple, Steel Squares ; 
Asa H Whipple, Pitch and Manure Forks and Hoes. 

Stamford — Thomas Brooks, Leather. 

Sunderland — Henry Galusha, Woolen; NeedhamEnights, Leather; 
Giles G Houghton, Shoe Pegs. 

Woodford — Ira Temple, Bar Iron ; Jedediah Dewey, Yellow Ochre. 



J¥*indham Counttf. 

Athetis — Abiel Whitney, Leather. 

Brattleboro^ — Clark and Bishop, Woolen ; Goodhue, Chapin and 
Co., Brattleboro', Benj Beal, West B., Leather; Charles C Frost, 
Willard Frost, Perrin Simonds, Boots and Shoes ; Salisbury and Co., 
Iron Founders ; Thomas and Cutting, Paper ; Hines and Newman, 
J Gore, Machinists ; J Esty, J Butnham, W Gould, G W Britton, 
Pumps and Lead Pipe ; W C and E T Steen, Window and Door 
Springs, West B. 

Dover — M and E Leonard, Starch. 

Dammerston — Winslow Duttcn, Loyal Smith, Carriages and Sleighs, 
East Dummerston. 

Orafton — Peter W Dean and Co., John Wool ley and Son, Woolen ; 
David Bancroft, Emery Amsden, Leather; Pratt Lincoln, Boots and 
Shoes ; Jonathan Sherwin jr, Cabinet Maker ; Stephen Sherwin, Lead 
Aqueducts ; Solon W Eaton, Machinist. 

G^^i//orc^— Hunt and Taggart, Guilford Centre, Leather and Boots 
and Shoes ; Hiram S Cutting, Green River, Paper ; E P and G J Greg- 
ory, Linseed Oil. 

Halifax — Jonas Scott, Halifax, Nicholas Clark, West H., Leather. 

Jamaica — H H and H L Felton, Solomon Newell, Leather ; Raw- 
son and Boynton, Chairs ; Boynton and Goodale, Cabinet Makers. 

Londonderry — Nathan Buxton, Ephraim Walker, Leather. 

Marlboro^ — Dan Mather, Leather ; Zebina Wallace, Dan 3Iather, 
Solomon Stanclift jr.. Boots and Shoes. 

J^ewfane — Sylvanus Sherwin, Fayetteville, O L Lincoln, Williams- 
ville, Leather ; Wm H Williams, Williamsville, Linseed Oil. 

Putney — John Gray, Leather ; Wm Robertson 2d, G and J Robert- 
son, Paper ; James Keyes and Co., Woolen. 

Rockingham — Earl and Campbell, Cambridgeport, Ammi Smith, 
Saxton's River, Woolen ; Smith and Mcllvain, Henry Slade, Amos 
D Scolley, Saxton's River, Samuel L Billings, Rockingham, Leather ; 
L P Edson, Bellows Falls, Benj Frost, Saxton's River, Boots and 
Shoes; Green and Fleming, Bellows Falls, Paper; L E Locke, Sax- 



MANUFACTURERS. 75 

ton's River, Sand Paper ; Benj Smith, Soap Stone ; John S Steele, 

John L Johnson, Amos Holmes, Saxton's River, Carriage Makers ; 

I Wm Conant, Bellows Falls, D M Tuthill, A G Chandler, Saxton's 

I River, Cabinet Makers ; Artemas Leonard, Saxton^s River, Gunsmith ; 

C Oaks, Cambridgeport, Machinist ; A Williams, Looking Glasses. 

Somerset — Harris and Scott, Leather. 

Townshend — Chapin Howard, Townsend, Orator Boutwell, West 
T., Leather. 

JVardsboro'—Da.yis Redd, Wardsboro', D Redd, North W., Leather. 

Westminster — Charles K Chase, Leather ; W B Blake and Co., Pa- 
per, Bellows Falls P. O.; Stoddard and Holton, Grave Stones ; Hel- 
ton and Barnes, Z Cole, Platers. 

WMtingham — Starr and Tucker, Jacksonville, Leather. 

Wilmington — S H Harris and Co., Leather ; M R Crosby, L Forbes, 
Boots and Shoes ; F Forbes, Starch. 

Windham — Joseph Wood, Zenas H Uphara, Leather ; Willis B 
Howard, Asa Smith, Boots and Shoes. 



T%Hnd»or County. 

Barnard — Amos Jaques, Benj C Jaques, Barnard, C W Boardman, 
East B., Leather; James W Clement, A Jaques, B C Jaques, Boots 
and Shoes ; John Cummiugs, Willard Wight, Starch ; Wesson New- 
comb, Lead Pipe and Block Tin Pumps; Loring S Winslow, Marble. 

Bethel — East Bethel Manufacturing Company, Woolen. 

Bridgwater — Martin Beard, Woolen ; Wm Taylor, Leather. 

Cavendish — Gilson, Smith and Co., Cassimere, Proctorsville ; Ful- 
lerton's Woolen Co., Broad Cloth ; Samuel L Adams, Cavendish, Ze- 
nas Clark, Josiah Gilson, Proctorsville, Leather ; Smith andBigelow, 
Proctorsville, Starch ; Black River Marble and Soap Stone Manu. Co., 
Proctorsville ; Elijah T Parker, Tin Ware, Proctorsville. 

Chester — Sawyer, Woolson and Co., W^oolen ; Horace Onion, GP 
Spaulding, Abram Farrington, Leather ; B A Cook, Boots and Shoes. 

Hartford — F StuTtevant and Co., Hartford, Albert T Dewey and 
Co., Ciuechee Village, Woolen ; Ira Wood, Luther Pease, Haitford, 
Low and Rumrill, West H., Leather ; Luther Pease, Boots and Shoes ; 
Charles Brown, Quechee Village, Machinist. 

Hartland — C F and T F Sturtevant, Wm H Lemmex, Woolen ; C 
W Warren, Leather. 

Ludluto — Adams, Coffin and Co., Barker and Billings, Woolen ; 
Foster and Horr, Leather. 

Norwich — S and E Morris, Leather and Boots and Shoes ; Daniel 
Miner, Axes, Scythes, etc.; Lewis S Partridge, Tin and Sheet Iron. 

Plymouth — Calvin Wilder, Leather ; Tyson. Furnace Cast Iron Foun- 
dry, Tyson Furnace P, O. 

Pomfret — ©bed Whipple, Pomfret, D Chandler, South P., Leather. 

Reading — Benj Grout, Reading, Page and Robinson, Felchvjlie, 
Woolen ; Wm P Shedd and Son,=Reading, Marvin Robinson, South R., 
Leather ; Verrenus Hatham, Felchville, Boots and Shoes ; Lewis 
Robinson, South R., Starch. 

Rochester — N Gurnsey, Leather ; Morse and Jewett, Iron Foundry. 

Royalton — William Smith, Leather. 

Sharon — Joseph Keith, Leather; Mariot G How, Boots and Shoes. 

Springfield — Whitmore and Williams, Woclen ; Nath'l Fulierton, 
Chester P.O., Cotton; Albert Brown, Samuel Rollins, Springfield, 
Lucius Cheney, North S., Leather ; Selden Cook, Lord and Tower, 
Holmes and Sherman, Springfield, Ambrose Mason, North S., Boots 
and Shoes ; Spencer and Nourse, Iron Foundry; E A Knights and 
Co., Paper ; Spalford and Davis, Linseed Oil ; Davidson and Parks, 



76 



MAN'CFACTURER3. 



Shearing and Brushing Machines ; F A and G W Porter and Co ,. Ma- 
chine Card Clothing ; John Holmes, Lead Pipe and Pumps ; Pierce 
and Derniody, Horace Haskins, Cabinet Makers: I and I G Davis, i 
Shoe Pegs; Lewis W Harlow, Caleb Whitney, Carriage Makers; F 
W Potter, Watch Maker and Jeweller ; D M c^mith, Lock-smith ; H 
F and N J Crain, Spino Abdominal Supporters ; Wheldon and Ran- 
dall, Stoves. 1 in, and Plate and Sheet Iron Workers ; Adams, Cutler 
and €■) , Sand Paper. j 

Sti'Ckbridtre — Martin Beard, Cox and Bennett, Gays-ville, Woolen ; i 
Asa Partridge, Leather. I 

fVeatliersJield — Jona A Pope, Thomas Tarbell and Co., Perkinsville, | 
Cotton ; Hollis Howard, VYeathersfield^, Milton Perkins, Perkinsviile, j 
Leather. 

Weston — W^ilder and Johnson, Leather ; Smith and Bryant, Starch. | 

Windsor — .M B and J S Perkins, Brownsville-, Woolen'; A Pierce, J ' 
McCullough, Brownsville, Leather; J and R Mansfield, Martin and I 
Cl-irk, L Morey, U E Damon, Boots arid Shoes ; Robbins, Kendall and | 
Lawrence, Rifles; Hammond, Draper and Co., Brownsville, Stoves] 
and Ploughs ; C P Kendall, Charles Fisber, Cabinet Makers ,' Lemuel i 
Tracy, Gloves and Caps ; Carrington and \Vait, Saddles and Harness- 1 
es ; \'\'el)b and Severance, Tin Plate. 

Woodstock — Amos W Warren, Jasper Hazen jr., Woodstock, Gaius 
Pferkins, South W., Leather ; Daniel Taft arid Sons, Scythes and Ax- j 
es ; Reuben Daniels, Cards and Shears for Woolen'; A' W Whitney 
Tin Machines. 



JRutiand County. 

Een^on — George W'atson, Leather, 

Brandon — Parmeirter and Kinsley, Woolen; H J and H Bond, 
Leather; Daniel Purkhurst, Boots and Shoes ; Conant, Trask and 
Co., Royal Blake, Iron Foundries ; Justus Hyatt, S L Goodell, Mar- 
ble ; M Wilder, Machinist. 

Castleion — Alphonzo Kilborn, Hydeville, Woolen ; James N Meed, 
Leather; S H L^xngdon, Iron Foundry; Ebenezer Langdon, Linseed 
Oil ; Hyde, Fuller and Hyde, Hydeville, Jackman and Sherman, Smith 
Sherman, Marble. 

ChiVendcn — Edward Fales, Linseed Oil. 

ClaTevdun—\s?i-AC Tubbs, Henry G Taylor, Leather ; C B Howland, 
Clirendon Spings, Ax«s ; Orrin Taylor, iMarble. 

Danby — A Bancroft, Job Scott, Leallier ; Henry Hannum and Son, 
Axes ; tiariel Bartlett, 4 Corners, Scythes'and Axes ; Wm W Kelly 
and Co., J M Fis-h and Co., John V Lapham and Co., Geo D Rogers 
and Co., Marble. 

Fairhaven—H and H Howard, Horace S Smith, Leather ; Davy and 
Cusbman. Iron ; Alonzo SafTord, Paper ; Kittredire, Allen and Ad- 
a-ns. Marble ; A Allen, Graphic Slate ; A and J Allen, Roofing Siate ; 
David H Bristol, Machinist. 

Hubbardun—John W Treadway, Woolen ; Wm Bansier, Norman 
H Eddy, Leather ; W^m Bansier, Boots and Shoes ; Morgan and Hurl- 
burt, Marble. 

Mendon — ^John Osborn, Leather. 

Middleti.wa—Uemy Gray, Woolen ; A W Gray, Machinist. 

Mt. Ho ly — Stone and Derby, Mechanicsville,'Rafu3 McClanathan, 
Mt. H.. Leather; Wm Smith, Mechanicsville, Stirch. 

O.w II — Wm Clune, Woolen; Roswell Boitum jr.. Leather. 

Paiclet — A and C Lumbard, Asa S jones, Jona Stevens, Woolen; 
Pawlet Matiufac. Co., Cotton ; Seth B Weeks, Leather ; T C Robin- [ 
son, M P Fitch, Boots and Shoes; G S Bardwell, Axes ; Huntington 



M.iNDFACTUREKS. S"7 

and Morrison, Iron Foundry ; Ira Marks, Hiel Hollister, Starch. 

Pitt.<field — Durkee and Towusend, Starch. 

PiVsfurd — SuugGs Penfield, Woolen, Lothropand Penfield, Cotton ; 
Samuel A Brown, Warner and Wood, Leather ; C and E L Granger, 
Cast Iron. 

Foultvey — John Lindsey, Alanson Todd, East P., Woolen ; Ste- 
phen Scott 2d, Solomon Whitney, HoracfcGorham, East P., J W Aus- 
tin, West <P., Leather J Hickok and Mears, East P., H L Ruggles, 
West P., Iron Founders: Edward A Gray, Macliinist. 

Rutland — George Graves, Ireather ; Burt and Mason, Alanson Dyer, 
Boots and Shoes ; Bery Smith, Edge Tools ; Ripley and Barnes, Jas 
Porter. T J Ormsbee, iMarWe ; Humphrey ar.d Taylor, Tomb Stones. 

Sudbury — Manly and Hill, Jolin Hal! and Son, Marble. 

H allingfurd — L Foster, Woolen ; Bradtbrd and Parker, G H Post, 
Leather TLapham, Vail and Co., Bar Iron ; L Batchelder, Forks and 
Hoes ; Gorge S Allen, Straw ''utters. 

Wells — Lewis and Lamb, Woolen. 

West Haven — Coleman and Eastwood, Woolen. 



-' 



■Addison VatMtty. 

Bridport — J B Huntley. Leather and Boots and Shoes. 

Rristol—4. Eddy, Woolen ; Horuce Farr, Leather ; ^oyal Downing, 
Boots and Shoes ; Luman Munson and Co., W U Holiey, Bar Iron j 
Wm S Howden, Tin and Stove Pipe. 

Cornwall — Asa Bond, Leather. 

Ferrisbiirgh — T I) Lyman, Woolen j Nath'l Martin, Leather. 

Hancock — Moses Ingalls, Leather. 

Lincoln — ilanly S Wilds, Leather; Wightman Chapman, Oliver 
W Burnham, Ear Iron. 

J\liddlebury — Davenport anc' Turner, Woolen ; Peck and Flower, 
Cotton ; David Nichols, Middlebury, Horace L Enos, Israel S Enos, 
East M., Leather ; A Chapman and Sun, Bar lion ; Jona Wheelock, 
Paper ; Timotiiy O'J'laniigan, Linseed Oil ; Edward Wainwjright, 
A Wilcox, Stoves ; Jeiem'h Myers, Machinist; Tlieodatus Prielps, 
Daniel Judd, Marble , Nichols and Wheeler, Chairs ; S B Bent, Cards. 

Mi>vkton — Stoddard Hollis, Leather. 

.Vcir J'/az;fn— Edward Phair, East Mills, Woolen; Mi!o E Hoyt, H 
S Walker and Son, East Mills, Leather ; H S Walker and Son, Eo.st 
Mills, Boots and Shoes ; Brooks and Brothers, Axes; Wm S Gibbs, 
Marble. 

Riuion — A A and C E Atwood, Leather. 

Salisbury — H W Walker, Grover and Ripley, Woolen ; John B 
Huntley and Co., Bar Iron ; Aaron Barrows, -Plated Shovels. 

Shoreham — Tho's Atwood, Oziae Sanforrf, Benj Larralxse, Leather. 

SjarA-.v-6oro'— Sanborn and Hobertson, Leather ; Ferguson, Went- 
worlii and ("o.. Iron ; Tuppei, Ferguson and Kellogg, Starch. 

Va-gfinnes — GD and.E Jev/ett, Woolen ; Charles -D Keeler, Jacob 
Smith, Ahira Scovill, Leather ; Vergennes Iron Co., Bar and Cast 
Iron ; George Throop, Bar Iron ; Jared M Taylor, Tin Ware, Stoves 
and Stove Pipe ; Harry B Seymour, Hats ; V'm JRoss, Machinist ; A- 
bijah Blake, Shoe Pegs and Lasts ; Samuel Willson, J N Hawley, 
Cabinet Makere ; J M Hackett, Grave Stones. 

Weybridge — Orange Britteil, Woolen ; Francis Ayres, Leather. 



'.Orange t^ounty, 

Bradford— YXimdf^r^ and Dickey, Woolen ; Geo W Hardy, Leather, 
Boots and Shoes ; H Strickland and Co., Iron Founders ; Asa Low, 
Paper ; J B Woodard, W H Gates, Carriages ; E C West, Machinist. 



78 MANUFACTURKRS. 

Braintree — Francis B Maynard, Leather. 

Brookfield — Justus Edson, Leather ; J Van Orman and Co., R and 
E E Adams, Hay Eorks. 

Chelsea — Ampliua Blake, Woolen ; Sidney Allen, O H Chandler, 
C Fullam, Leather ; Grow and Fish<, Dan'I Atwood, Boots and Shoes. 

Corinth — Theodore Cook, Sam'Ili Merrill, Leather. 

Fairlee — Silas Read, Lead Pipe and Pumps. 

JN'ewbury — F and H Keyes, Newbury, T and W R Shedd, Wells 
River, Leather ; Ira White, Wells River, Paper. 

Orange — M C Cross, Leather.; Rodney Bradford and Co., Starch. 

Randolph — ^A and AHobart jr^. West R., Warren L Cone, Albro 
Waldo, East R., Leather ; Freeman Williams, Randolph, Jas Steele, 
East R., Iron Founders ; Jona G Smith, East R., Axes and Scythes ; 
Chas Waldo, East R,, Linseed Oil ; Hari^ey Curtis, East R., Starch. 

Strafford — Vt. Copperas Co , John Reynolds jr., agent, South S.; 
Wra B Hazletine, South S., Cyril Chandler, Stratford, Leather; E W 
Hodges, South S., Boots and Shoes ; Martin Barrett, South S., Iron 
Founder and Machinist ; Nath'l Morrill and Son, Scythes and Hoes. 

Thetford — Cambridge and Hovey, Woolen ; Roger Ranstead, A B 
Kelley, Leather ; H > Porter, AS Briggs, Axes, Scythes and Edged 
Tools ; Lyman Hinckley, Linseed Oil 

Topsham — ^Josephue Felch, Topsham, F S Rogers, West T.^ Wool- 
en ; B C Currier, O H Watson, Leather. 

Tunbridge — Benj Ha]>, Satiuett; Wm Patnam, Washington Moody, 
Leather ; Benj Hall, Starch. 

Vershire — Wm Prior and Son-, Leather. 

West Fairlee — Phineas Kimball, Leather, • 



Chittenden County. 

Bolton — J R and G C Jewell, S Pierce jr., J Whipple, Starch. 

BxLrlington — James Cook, Woolen ; Warren Root, Joseph D Allen, 
Cotton ; Leonard Johonett, T J Blanchard, Edward C Loomis, Joel 
Morse, Leather ; D S hussell, James H Piatt, R Batchelder, E J Fay, 
Boots and Shoes ; E R Grossman, Iron Castings ; James I Cutler, Pa- 
per ; Wm R Vilas, Morillo Noyes^ LiBseed Oil and Tin Ware ; Wm 
H Wilkins jr., Fred'k Smith, Glass ; Charles A Seymour, John Stet- 
son, Hats ; R H Clapp, Marble ; Chas L Nelscn, Daggett and Stewart, 
Chairs ; Samuel Nichols, D K Pangborn, Furniture ; E L Farrar and 
Co., Stone Ware ; James Morse and Brothers, Wm D Kidder, Wm E 
Crocker, Bricks ; H W Timanus, Combs ; Orville Sinclair, Pails and 
Tubs ; Kinsman and Murphy, Cigars, Essences, Ink and Blacking ; 
Rob't Tracy, House and Church Organs ; Jehiel Munson, Piano Fortes ; 

Gray, Mead and Co., Spaulding and Russell, S Willard, Partridge, 

Wagons and Sleighs ; S S Skinner, S H Peaslee, Walton, R D 

Cornwall, Saddles and Harnesses ; Haskell, D Simpson, Clocks ; 

D M Varney, Knives ; J Hatch, Gims, 

Charlotte — .lames Washburn, Leather ; S and E H Wheeler, Boots 
and Shoes ; L and W R Pease, Aaron L Beech, Hames, 

Colchester — Burlington Mill Co., Jas Cook, agent, Woolen ; Mur- 
ray and Curtis, Iron Founders ; James H Edwards, Machinist ; H P 
Dewey, Patent Fence ; E White jr.. Axe Helves ; E Chase, Sash. 

Essex. — F W Joyner, Ira Cady, Leather; James I Cutler, Paper. 

Hinesburgh — B and H Boynton, Murray and Patrick, Woolen ; F 
W Baldwin^, H C and N B Flanagan, Leather ; Rufus Patrick, Iron 
Founder ; Murray and Patrick, Machiaists ; Marcus Hull, Starch. 

Huntington — A Ferguson, Starch. 

Jericho — Matthew L Barney, Jericho, H B and E A Barney, Jericho 
Centre, Woolen ; David Fish, Jericho, Ransom and Chambers, Jericho 



MANUFACTURERS. T9 

Centre, Leather j Ford, ClappandCo., Jericho Centre, Tower and 
Oakes, Underbill P. O., Oakes and Peck, Jericho, Starch. 

Jlfi7£07i— Colton and Ward, Z.A Pearl, Milton, E L Whiting, West 
M., Woolen ; Orra Holbrook, Milton, Hezek'hOlin, WestM., Leath- 
er ; Bargess and Squares, Paper. 

Richmond — Barney and Brown, Woolen ; A B Maynard, Leather 5 
Barney and Brown, E B Green arid Co., Starch 

Shelbume — S and AH Fletcher, Woolen ; E W and G L Spear, A 
H Judson, Leather ; E. W and C L- Spear, Boots and Shoes. 

Vnderhill — N Day, Woolen ; S and H Mead, Leather, Boots and 
Shoes ; J H Tower and Sons, M Fellows, Choate and Bicknal, Oakes 
and Gloyd, Starch. 

fVestford — Henry and Stiles, Woolen ; Chauncey Williams, W S 
and H P Wood, Leather ; H B Hine, Starch, 

Williston — Caleb Blake, Emery Hills, Leather, Boots and Shoes. 



JWashiMgton Coutttifi, 

Barre — Nettleton and Co., South B., Woolen ; Dodge and Wood, 
Barre, Johonnett and Blanohard, South B., Leather j Joshua Twing, 
Barre, L and W Tilden and Co.,. South B., Iron ; Leonard Keith, 
Barre, Ira Day, South B., Starch. 

Berlin — J Bos worth and Sonsj Hoes ; Hayward and Britton, Starch. 

Calais — Sherman, Pitkin and Co., Starch. 

Fayston — Abijuh B Whitcomb, Axes, Scytheo,-«tc., Waitsfield P. O. 

Marshfield — H W Goodwin, Leather, Boots and Shoes ; Stepen Pit- 
kin, Starch. 

Middlesex — D and C J Sheldon, Leather j Enos Stiles^ Linseed Oil. 

Montpelier — Baylies and Bancroft, Montpelier, Davis and Martin, 
Forth M., Woolen ; Keith and Peck, Ebonezer Frizzle jr.. Leather ; 
Nehem'h Harvey, Boots and Shoes ; Wainwright and Co., lion Foun- 
dry ; Harry Richardson, Wool Carding and Cloth Dressing ; H Ward, 
Axes ; Wooster Sprague, Seieno Wright, Medad Wright jr.. Machin- 
ists ; E P Walton and Sons, Paper ; Taplin and Howes, Threshing 
Machines ; John Wood, James Howland, Wm Cady, Cabinet Makers ; 
Charles Rhodes, Bricks ; H Y Barnes, Holden Putnam, C B Johnson, 
Saddles and Harnesses. 

J\rorthfield — Charles Paine, agent, Parker and Gould, A and A Ho- 
barts. Woolen ; James Palmer, Leather ; Wni H Smith, Iron, 

Plaivjield — Sullivan B Gale, Leather ; Kidder aud Dana, Boots and 
Shoes ; M M Paige, Axes ; Sherman and Pitkin, Benj Hall, Starch. 

Waitsfield — Wm T Stoddard, John R Spalding, Leather. 

Warren — Otis Willson, Leather ; C Sargent and Brother, Scythes 5 
Wm Cardell, Starch. 

Waterbury — Thompson, Seabury and Co., Woolen ; W^m W Wells, 
Wm H Spicer, Leather ; Lucius Parmelee, Boots and Shoes 5 Erastus 
Parker, Hutchins and Wade, Starch. 



Caledonia County, 

Bat-net — George Gieenbanks, John Carter, Woolen ; Solomon Ste- 
vens, J and W Shaw, John C GIeason_ Barnet, Samuel White, Pas- 
sumpsic, Leather, 

Burke — John S Jenks, Leather ; Daniel Beckwith, Starch. 

Cabot— A Webster, Woolen, Eph'm Foster, M O Fisher, Geo W 
Cree, Leather; Israel Cutting, Starch. 

Danville — Caleb Harvey, Harris, Bolton and Harris, Woolen ; C and 
G Douglass, John Weeks' Estate, Leather ; Benj Gilson, Boots and 
Shoes ; Vail, Deming and Co., Starch. 

Oroton — Alartin Weld, Axes. 



80 MANUFACTURERS. 

Hardwick — Samuel K Remick, South H., Wcx^Jen ; Isaac B Cum- 
mings, John Porter, Hardwick, Samuel A Tuttie, South H., Leather. 

Lyndon — Dustin Kendall, Woolen ; George H Weeks, Philander P 
Rand, Leather; Wm Bancroft, Boots and Shoes ; G I and B Bundy, 
Iron Founders ; Job Randall and Sons, Linseed Oil ; Ide and Goss, 
Starch ; A Newton, London Oentre, Whips ; Joel Butterfield, Hames. 

Peacham — N Field jr., (' W Evans, Woolen ; A Sargent, Leather. 

Ryetratc — Moor« and Gibson, Nathaniel Batchelder, Leather. 

St. Juhnsbury — Weeks and foster, St. J. Centre, Isaac Harrington, 
East St. J., Leather ; J C and J H Paddock, Cast Iron ; E and T Fair- 
banks and Co., Cast Iron and Scales ; Leonnrd Harrington, East St. J., 
Linseed Oil ; John Morse, St. J. Centre, Morrill and ixcLnkin, East St. 
J., Stephen Hawkins, Starch. 

Sutton — Jacob M Cook, Woolen ; David Powers, Leather; Thomas 
Gibbs, Iron Founder ; J Blake and Son, Starch. 

I Waterford — C P Goss, Lower W., Joseph Ide. Waterford, Leather ; 
I Joseph Ide, Boots and Shoes ; J and J Stiles jr.. Lower W., Linseed 
Oil ; Cutting and Watson, Lower W., Starch. 

I JVhnelock — Wheelock Manufac. Co., Woolen ; Cha's Matthewson 
jr. Leather. 

i Franldin CV?*eM #jf. 

Bakersjield — C and M Child. Leather ; John Morse, Joel Houghton, 
Thomas Hookec, Starch. 

Berkshire — W El Willis, Berkshire, Anthony Goddard, Elias Bab- 
cock, West B., John Peiley, East B.. Leather ; H S Bowen, Starch- 
I Enosburgh — Geo VV Kendall, Enosburgh Falls, Samson and Smith, 
j Enosburgh, Woolen ; Dexter Gilbert, Leather; Austin Fuller, West 
I E., Samuel Kendall, Enosburgh Fails, Starch. 

! Fairfax — Lyman Dorv.-ir., Leather ; Ansel Shepardson, Iron-Fouo- 
; dry ; J R and'F Halbert, Starch. 

Fa«>^e/d— Charles R Read, Fairfield, Elias Barlov.-, East F., Leath- 
• er ; J Soule and Co., Fairfield, H H Beardsley, East F., Starch. 
I Fletchei- — Eli Bell, Leather ; Daniel Bailey, Starch. 
I Franklin — JIaynard Knowlton, Woo!?n ; Nelson Gallup, Leather ; 
[ Michael Randall, Boots and Shoes ; B F Cheney, Axes ; Asa Wheel- 
' er, Starch ; Orrin Manson, Bricks ; Lorenzo Olds, Wagons ; Charles 
1 Currier, Cabinet Maker ; Samuel Gladden, Baskets. 
I Geori'ia—R K Clark, WW Williams, Leather; Joseph E Pren- 
' tiss, Linseed Oil. 

I Hitfhirate — Woodward and Stiuehonr, Highgate, E D Hyde, East H., 
i Leather ; Levi Bordo,i Lewis Cisiistian, Boots and Shoes ; L Rixford 
i and Co., East H., Scythes ; Solomon Sykes and Co., Pails. 
i Mnntffomery — P Clark, Woolen ; J GaHup, Leather. 
I Richford — Jona Carpenter, Leather ; Alden J^ears, Wm GofF, Starch. 
' Sheldon — Marsh and Hull, Woolen; L H Hapgood, Sheldon, SH 
{ Eldred, B F Goodsel, East S., Leather ; A Keith and Co., H Carlisle, 
' Wead and Olmstead, Starch. 

I St. Albans — Lyman Brainard, L Irish, Stevens and Bnrhan, Leath- 
! er ; Lyman Brainard, bildad Paul, Boots and Shoes ; G G and W C 
! Smith, Iron Foundry. 

! Swanton — James Piatt, Swanton Falls, Woolen; EW Babcock, 
I Daniel Dean, S. Falls, Leather ; B F Arsenault, S. Falls, Boots and 
I Shoes ; El W Barney, Swanton Falls, Bar Iron ; L W Rice, George 
r Barney, H B Farrer, W D Van Duzee, E S Meigs, J and W H Blake, 
\ Swanton Falls, Marble ; Page, Sanborn and Co., Swanton Falls, Cop- 
; per, Tin and Sheet Iron. 



MANUFACTURERS. 81 

Orleans County, 

Albany— J onHthain Fitz, Leather. 

Barton — T C Cobb, Woolen ; S S Hemenway, Leather ; Milton 
Barnard, Axes ; Strong and Jewelt, Starch ; Wm Giaves, Jeweler. 

Brownington — J M Brigham, Leather. 

Coventry — B F Herbert, J Bacon, Leather ; E Cleveland, Starch. 

Craftsburij — Wm Weeks, Leather; Paddock and Allen, jStarch. 

Derby — Harvey Chase, Woolen. 

Glover — Simonds and Bemis, Leather. 

Orecnsbaro^ — Charles L Clark, Leather. 

Holland — Cobb, Rollins and Co., Derby, Starch. 

Irasburgh — Eleazer Howard, Leather; West and Prentiss, Iron 
Founders. 

Jay — Ebenezer P Bachelder, Bar Iron, 

Lowell — Charles Leland, Starch ; J D Harding, Sash and Doors. 

Troy — Curtis Phelps, Troy, Phelps and Adams, North T., Woolen; 
Jonathan James, Troy, L M Parkhurst, North T., Leather ; C VV Saw- 
yer, Boots and Shoes ; Ray Davis, Bar Iron ; Francis Fisher, Bar Iron, 
Wrought and Cast Pig Iron. 

IJamoHle County. 

Cambridge — John Warner, Leather ; Wm Lathrop, Axes, JefFerson- 
ville ; Harry Reynolds, Starch, Jeffersonville. 

Eden — Harvey H Cloud, Woolen; Isaac Kennan, Leather; WF 
Hutchins, Boots and Shoes ; H H Stone, Iron ; Daniel Melvin, Starch ; 
H C Fletcher, Sleighs and Carriages. 

Hydepark — Lucius H Noyes, Starch and Potash ; Elisha Boardman, 
Potash. 

Johnson — A and S Dow, Woolen ; Dexter Whiting, Justus Dodge, 
Leather ; John Chesmore, Boots arid Shoes ; Levi Reed, Iron Foun- 
der ; Joseph Waterman, Starch ; Joseph Hadley, Lime ; H W Rob- 
inson, Machinist, 
Morristotcn — Nathan Perkins, Woolen ; Calvin Burnett, Waterman 
: and Cady, Leather ; John West, Boots and Shoes ; Robert Packer, 
: Starch. 

j Stoice — Dutton and Eddy, I^eather ; Allen & Marshall, Jesse Town, 
J J Thomas, A P Holmes", Charles Logan, Boots and Shoes ; ASahel 
Raymond, Starch. 

j Walerville — John Herren, Woolen ; Alpheus Morse, Leather and 
Starch ; Shaw and Tucker, S L and S Hemenway, Soap Stone ; J M 
Hotchkiss, Potash. 

/fo/co«— Crane and Jones, Woolen ; C A Stone, Axes ; PS Ben- 
jamin, Starch. 



JEssex County. 

Canaan — F C Jacobs, Leather; Lewis Aldrich, Boots and Shoes ; 
Morrill and Fletcher, Starch. 

Concord— EWsba Fullam, Leather ; Smitli & Fry, Boots and Shoes ; 
Wm S Richardson, Axes, Hoes, etc; John D Chase and Co., Linseed 
Oil ; John G Darling, Oliver Russell, Starch. 

Lunmburgh — Thomas Downer, Nath'l ^Vare, Leather ; George W 
Gates, Starch, 



Grand Iste County. 

Albwrgh — Job Babcock jr.. Leather. 
Orand MeS S Wright, Leather. 
JVorth Hero — Elihu Paiks, Leather. 



f^n 



83 



CIVIL GOVERNMEi-?T OF TEKMOKT. 



Civil Governmeiit of VeinioJit. 

His Excellency HORACE EATON, Eaosburgli, Governor. 
ELISHA P. JEVVETT, Montpelier, Treasurer. 
SILAS H. HODGES, Rutland, .Auditor of Accounts. 
JOSEPH BERRY-, Newbury, Auditor in the Treasury Department. 
j JAMES IVJcM. SHAPTER, Burlingtc-n, Secretary of State. 
I F. W. HOPKINS, R-etland, Adjutant and Inspector General. 
I D. W. C. CLARKE. Burlinirton, Quarter Master General. 
WILLIAM T. BURNHAM, "Montpelier, Sergeant-at-Arm.-. 
FREDERICK BILLINGS, Woodstock, Sec. of Civil and Mil. Aff'i, 
i GUSTAVUS H. LOOMIS, Montpelier, Librarian. 
I SENATE. j 

His Ho^or, LEONARD SARGENT, Manchester, Lieut. Governor, \ 
I DeWitt C. Clarke, Burlington, Secretary. [President, i 

! Thomas_E. Powers, Woodstock, Assistant Secretary. I 

j jBewJif h^/om,~Blackman E. Browxell, Povvnal, farmer. 
Heman Morse, Dorset, farmer. 
IV'^ndham, Ebenezer Howe Jr . Vernon, farmer. 

JoHN'iZiMBALL, Putney, attorney. 
'AusTr?r Birchard, N&wfane, merchant. 
Vf'*intl80r, Artekas Cushman, Rochester, merchant. 

Harvey Burton, Norwich, attorney. 
Robert B. Cram, Weafehersfield, physician. 
Dearborn H. Hilton, Chester, merchant. 
JRutlaitfif Joseph H. Chittenden, Orwell, farmer. 

George T. Hodges, Rutland, merchant. 

il ^ John- Fox, Wallingford, physician. 

•^ddigotif Davis Rich, Shoreham, merchant. 

William Nash, New Haven, farmer. 
Orange, *Levi B. Vilas, Chelsea, attorney. 

*Reuben'?age, Corinth, farmer. 
*Hgrace Fifield. Orange, farmer. 
f^hittenden, Harry Bradley, Burlington, merchant. 

Da?iiel H. Onion, Milton, physician. 
m^asltittgton, *Oramel H. Smith, Montpelier, attorney, 

*MosEs Robinson, Northf.eld, farmer. 
Caledonia, Welcome Bemis, Lyndon, farmer. 

James D. Bell, Walden, farmer. 
JFrattlilin, Hiram Bellows, Fairfax, farmei.' 

William Clapp, Berkshire, merchant. 
George W. Foster, Swanton, attorney. 
Orleans, Enoch B. Simonds, Glover, merchant." 

JLamoille, *Burrell S. Miner, Cambridge, physician. 

Essex, David Hibbard Jr., Concord, farmer. 

Grand Isle, *Giles Hareipgton, Alburgh, attomev. 
Rev. George B. Manser, Montpelier, Chaplain. 
Moses Hawks, Bennington, Door-Kequr. 
William A. Dodge, Barre, Assistant Door-Kecper. 
Charles J. Loomis, Montpelier, Messenrrer. 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 
EBENEZER N. BRIGGS, Brandon, Speaker. 
Ferrand F. Merrill, Montpelier, Clerk. 
Chalon F. Davey, BurlinHton, Assistant Clerk. 
Norman Dcrant, Tunbiidge, Engro.'ssing Clerk. 
Shubael B. Flint, Montpelier, Door-Keeper. 
A. E. Field, Wm. H. Hartshorn, Harry Vail, O^ctrsoflhc House 
J. T. Hazen, Messenger. 
* Democrats j tiie others are Whigs. 



KEPRBEENTATIVES, POPULATION, VOTES FOR GOT., GR. LIST. 83 



rr. r> * »• Pop- O '5 ^ *5 Gr. List, 

lowns. Itepresentatives. jgf^ •« 5 2 '^ 1846 

"■ * ' ;i5 02 (S as 

JSeittti » gton county* 

^/-Zi«.'j-^>r»,E.M Ayl3worth,inn-k'p'r, 1038 109 30 9 1 $4042 76 

^^.w/itn/r^u/i, Perez Harwood jr., far., 3429 406 310 S7 10150 88 

Dorset: 1426 124 131 38 3777 79 

Glastenbuni, 53 16 176 61 

Zr:nryrrr«7;c,"'VVmW Martin, faimer, 344 23 10 19 532 88 

jl/awcAfi-v^-r, AhimanL Miner, att'v, 1594 183 126 39 4959 74 

[ Peru, Je.-;se Rider,+ farmer, " 578 45 32 18 900 90 

Powiial, Barber Thompson,* farmer, 1613 177 171 2 4824 13 

K=^rta(i.-iyr<.',Dan'lP Carpenter,* far., 767 38 89 6 907 05 

h-il«;j.'r«, David Sheldon, farmer, lOBu 122 24 11 4222 87 

i Sa/wZiratc, Herman Tucker, phys'n, 776 95 53 1 1792 25 

! *>a7-*-i(irirA, iSolomon Rich,* farmer, 120 12 90 218 55 

i Bhaftsburij, D J G-eorge.* machinist, 1885 109 168 38 5614 41 

i Stam/or</, John Pratt,* farmer, 662 43 106 5 1 1392 52 

\ S.inderlavd, F McLaughlin,* farmer, 438 20 70 6 1167 65 

, IfmAaZZ, VViiitnr Willmais, farmer, ■ 576 64 6 8 1154 26 

Jfroorf/.jr^, Lyman Belles, farmer, 487 63 50 3 793 58 

Total, 16872 1633 1412 235 2 $46628 83 
VWindftane county* 

Athens, 378 34 28 27 955 73 

Brattleboro\ Royal Tyler, attorney, 2694 270 101 29 10310 60 

Brookline, ' 328 17 29 13 925 23 

Dover, 729 12 64 61 2230 33 

Dammerstnn, Wm O Miller, farmer, 1263 120 64- 9 2944 51 

Grafion, Abishai Stoddard, att'v, 1326 135 57 5 3210 42 

OuUford, Sam'l L Hunt, mechanic, 1525 141 61 13 4650 10 

Halifax, Stephen Niles, farmer, 1399 150 63 3156 94 

Jamaica, Pliny Barrows,! farmer, 1586 80 60 51 3075 04 

Zondonderry, Reub'n Harrington, far.1216 108 52 43 221164 

Marlboro', 1027 79 82 7 2718 48 

J\rewfane, 1403 117 109 23 4759 40 

Putney, W P Richardson, farmer, 1383 158 84 4 4283 86 

Rockingham, Royal Earl, manufac, 2330 239 188 9 7421 11 

Somerset, Hazelton Ricc,t farmer, 262 5 22 17 555 62 

Stratton, Amos Parsons, farmer, 341 37 29 607 61 

rotr?i5Ae7!rf. Aurelius C Howard, far., 1515 127 46 49 4119 44 

Vernon, Eli Lee, farmer, 705 63 58 2728 32 

Wardsboro\ 1102 89 75 37 3062 98 

Westminster, Ellevv Albee, farmer, 1556 157 123 5 5988 77 

i JVhitinrrham, Rufus Carlev, farmer, 1391 140 142 11 3059 52 

i Wilmington, ' 1298 62 93 90 4264 71 

! Windham, Jason D Jones, mechanic, 757 107 31 13 1791 02 

Total, 27442 2447 1601 516 $79031 38 
'SJ'tndaor county. 

Andover, Cha's Sheruin, merchant, 877 57 7 53 $1951 55 

Baltimore, 155 18 1 447 32 

Barnard, Jos B Danforth,* merch't, 1774 123 167 35 3707 05 

Bethel, Oliver Hincher,t farmer, 1586 126 89 71 4482 50 

5rid^e?oafer,R W Soulhgate,* far., 1363 94 117 69 348212 

Cawndio^/i, Joseph Adams, inn-k'p'r, 1427 198 13 27 5742 49 

* Democrats ; f Third Party ; the others are Whigs. 





84: REPRESXNTATIVtS, POPULATIO!^, VOTJES FOR GOV., OR. LIST. 




Towns. Representatives. ,gjj: 


c 
o 

a 


'g 


"^ 


^ Gr. List 
o 1846. 






H 


02 


ra 


m 




Chester, 2305 


183 


180 


50 


7583 461 




Hartford, Allen Hazen, farmer, 219"4 


188 


70 


20 


1 5622 54 1 




Hartland, Henry SHedd,* farmer, 2341 


240 


144 


18 


6906 47 




1 Ludlow, 1863 


154- 


27 


108 


3546 58 




j J^Tcr-wich, Shubael Converse, pbys^n,22I8 


139 


156 


29 


5429 15 i 




Plymouth, Jared Marsh, farmer, 1417 


115 


38 


27 


1 2892 19 




Powfrct, Robert Perry jr.,* farmer, 1774 


150 


81 


34 


4632 49 




Reading, Jobn VVbeeler, farmer, 1363 


124 


75 


11 


3780 86 , 




Rochester, VVmB Heniy,t mechanic, 1396 


131 


37 


81 


3^7 14 ' 




Royalton, Romanzo Walker, att'y, 1917 


148 


61 


127 


5161 78 : 




Sharon, John C Baldwin,* clergy'u, 1371 


86 


116 


33 


2797 47 1 




Springfield, James Whipple, farmer.2625 


278 


96 


21 


9333 76 i 




Stockbridge, AsaheT Feich,! farmer, 14)8 


70 


59 


80 


2821 95 




Weather sjleld, Hyren Henry, mech. 2081 


187 


21 


25 


6578 49 




Weston, Stephen Smith, mechanic, 101^ 


109 


18 


26 


2492 24 




Windsor, Dyer Story, physician, 2744 


257 


110 


8 


1 7901 06 ' 




Woodstock, Nathan T Churchill, far. 3315 


400 


164 


41 
994 


9246 10 i 




Total, 40356 3557 1846 


3$109766 76 | 




JRufland county. 












Bcvson, Philo Wilcox, farmer, 1403 


114 


68 


7 


$5083 19 ^ 




Brandon, Eben'r X Briggs, attorney, 2194 


in 


98 


108 


7033 97 




Castleton, Samuel Cheever, farmer, 1769 


222 


84 


28 


6186 27 i 




Chittenden, Tho's Manly,* farmer, 644 


57 


55 


10 


859 27 1 




Clarendon, Franklin Billings, farmer, 1549 


140 


75 


26 


5707 38 I 




Danby, Isaac McDaniels,* merch't, 1379 


98 


95 


7 


534132' 




Fairhaven, Jonathan Capen, farmer, 633 


68 


13 


7 


1874 53 : 




Habbardton, Reuben Balis, farmer, 719 


69 


42 


8 


2216 17 ' 




Ira, Amos Tower, farmer, 431 


56 


19 


c- 


1436 12 : 




Mendon. Ethan Temple,* farmer, 545 


54 


16 


25 


1090 34 , 




Middletoton, C B Harrington,* att'y, 1057 


101 


81 


7 


2840 90 1 




Mt. Holly, Abijah Cole, mechanic,' 1356 


152 


11 


36 


3667 49 




Mt. Tabor, 226 


2 


22 


9 


699 20 ! 


Orwell, Chauncey H Conkey. farmer, 1504 


171 


17 


2- 


9157 04 




Paiclet, Ira Marks,* merchant, 1748 


140 


122 


24 


6734 81 




Prttsfield, 615 


60 


20 


31 


1012 18: 




PitUford, Jeffrey Barnes, farmer, 1927 


140 


113 


34 


1 6948 93 ■ 




Poultnev, Adin Kendrick,phvsician3 1878 


260 


20 


60 


6476 93 i 




Rutland, Joel 31 Mead, farmer, 2708 


324 


85 


54 


12143 711 




Sherburne, 498 


50 


37 


24 


916 31; 




Skretcsburij, Wm B Brown,* merch't. 1218 


74 


126 


16 


4115 06 1 




Sudbury, Oha's W Horton',* phys'n,' 796 


33 


75" 




2126 75; 




Tinmouih, Royal Coleman, farmer, 780 


120 


6 


n 


3224 17 1 




Wallinirford, 1608 


156 


114 


33 


6G79 46 '■ 




We/Z.^, Johns Hulett, farmer, 740 


83 


72 


2 


2042 56 i 




West Haven, Seneca Field, farmer, 774 66 
Total, 30699 2981 ] 


23 
1509 


574 


2410 89 j 




1.$ 108024 95 ■ 




•Xd'disou county. 












Avery's Gore, 78 








1 




Addison, Carlton E Miles, physician, 1232 


91 


12 


30 


$1592 28 : 




Bridport, Joseph Frost, merchant, 1480 


166 


23 


9 


eooi 85 , 




Bristol, Wm C Warner, physician, 1233 


99 


a5 


38 


3140 93 




Cornwall, Abram Foot, farmer, 1164 


104 


7 


25 


4^00 p,9 . 




Ferrisburgh, D D Middlebrook, far., 1755 


131 


20 


42 


6240 41 ' 



■■'■ 



FEPRBSENTATIVE8, FOPULATIOfT, VOTES FOR GOV., GR. LIST. 85 



j Towns. Kepresentatives. 



Pop. 
1840. 



- -o 



Goshen, Francis Brown, farmer. 691 

Granville, Hiram Ford, fumer, 545 

Hancock, John Hackett,* inn-keeper, 4R5 
Leicester, John Bnllock, farmer, 603 

Lincoln, Wm W Pope, farmer, 770 

Middlebiiry, Harry Goodrich,tphy'n,3162 
Munkton, 1310 

JVew Haven, Seth Lan;5don jr., far., 1503 
Panton, Stephen Holland, farmer, 670 
Riplon, S H Hendrick, mechanic, 357 
Salisbury, Sam'l S Crook, farmer, 942 
Shoreham, M W C Wright, farmer, 1674 
Starkshoru'' , Isaiah L Stiong,! far., 1263 
Vertrennes, Ville Lawrence, merch't,1017 
Waltham, Charles Bacon, ■) farmer, 283 
fVeybritlire, L D Gregory, farmer, 797 
fVkiting, Alvin B Needham, fanner, 659 



ta 

72 

56 

47 

83 

49 

282 

76 

145 

52 

89 

108 

197 

112 

117 

21 

62 

58 



p 

1 

31 
40 

10 3 

30 4 

142 54 

56 67 

17 



rf K) 



K 02 
14 

9 

1 



23 

13 5 

6 9 
36 

20 

10 9G 

36 11 

7 8 
15 44 
3] 2 



Gr. List, 

1846. 

768 51 
1412 38 

864 00 
1833 81 
1374 67 
8435 14 
3287 01 
5906 83 
2206 78 

761 11 
2555 45 
6300 67 
2196 06 
3773 54 
1212 83 
2478 94 
1894 60 



Total, 23583 ^217 604 488 $72438 42 
■ Oratige county » 

Bradford, Arad Stebbins, farmer, 1655 142 119 32 $4777 89 

Braintree, 1232 76 106 97 2772 82 

BrookJieJd, 1789 114 82 118 ' 464150 

CAetsea, Perlev C Jones,* atternev, 1959 128 201 44 5282 80 

Coriwt/t,'Ephraim Ward,* farmer," 1970 132 153 49 .500165 

i^ai'Zce, Jerome B Bailey,* merch't, 644 34 56 11 W30 92 

JVeio6jw3,',Ja's Buchanan,* merch't, 2578 204 234 50 6602 82 

OraH/rg, Attemas Houghton,* far., 984 100 100 VS 1920 36 

Ravdolph, 2678 156 153 163 9053 35 

Strafford, 1762 124 161 42 4914 00 

rheiferd, Jose-ph Gillett,* farmer, 2065 158 207 33 5255 49 

Topskam, Carlos P Bill,* farmer, 1745 .53 172 81 3795 64 

rttn2>nrf»-e,EIizurH Foster, farmer, 1811 201 136 42 4478 12 

Versliire, 1198 89 96 38 2954 85 

W^tw/iwo-(o7i, Daniel Fitts,*phvs'n, 1359 126 113 18 2689 94 

We^tFatWee, Step'nThomas,*raech.824 28 78 48 1499 27 

IVUliamstown, 1620 107 144 58 4555 85 



Total, 
Chittenden county. 

Bolton, Samuel Morse,* farmer, 470 

BuePs Gore, 18 

Burlington, Charles Russell, att'y, 4271 
Charlotte, Abner Squier, farmer, 1620 
Colchester, Jacob Rolfe,* farmer, 1739 
Essex, Samuel Thrasher, farmer, 1824 
Hinesburgh, Lyman Dorwin, farmer, 1682 
Huntington, John Snyder, farmer, 914 
Jericho, Davis Fish, farmer, 1685 

Milton, Benj Faiichild, physician, 2134 
RicJimond, , 1054 

Shelbuxnie, William Harmon, farmer, 1098 
St. George, Reuben Lockwood, far., 121 
Underbill, Fred'k Fletcher,*merch't,1441 
IVestford, Amos Hobart, farmer, 1352 



27873 1972 2311 937 §72127 27 



8 -77 8 

494 337 67 

102 21 51 

129 143 18 

106 123 71 

37 94 
40 44 
81 66 
98 23 
95 23 

38 26 
3 

58 152 56 

123 20 113 



146 
111 
147 
195 
109 
95 
24 



$751 91 

14230 82 
5076 73 
4160 55 
3992 79 
4478 21 
2039 44 
4115 57 
5308 32 
3031 96 
3934 82 
359 10 
2108 69 f 
2518 96 f 



8& REPRESENTATIVES, POPULATIO 


h, VOTES FOR GOVi, GR. 


1 

LIST. 


Towns. Representatives. 


Pdp. 
1340. 


o 
"3 


5 




o 


Gr. List, 
1846. 






W 


m 


ca 


m 


1 


Williston, Wm H French,! farmer, 


1554 


78 


49 


87 




4292 96 j 


Total, ; 


22977 


1855 1314 


747 


3 


$60400 83 


'Sf^ashiiigieu county* 












i 


Barre, Obadiah Wood,-* farmer. 


2196 


113 


198 


28 




$6325 79 1 


Berlin, Schuyler Phelps, farmer, 


1598 


1.54 


119 


30 




4140 08 


Calais, Nelson A Chase,* farmer, 


1709 


26 


173 


28 




3472 70 


Z/axbury, Eben'r W Corse, farmer, 


820 


76 


42 


39 




1415 24 


1 Fayston, Burr Freeman,* farme>. 


635 


6 


41 


19 




844 24 


j Jilarshfield, Step'n R HolHster,* far. 


,1156 


95 


111 


22 




2339 36 


1 Middlesex, Joseph Hancock, farmer 


1270 


112 


110 


23 




3042 36 


j Montpelier, Charles Clark,* phys'n. 


3725 


269 


385 


99 


2 


10924 04 


Moretown, Barnabas Mayo,* farmer 


,1128 


59 


105 


26 




2202 51 


J^orthfield, David W Hadley,* far., 


2013 


132 


214 


40 




4148 46 


Plaivfield, Nath'l Townshend,* far 


, 880 


38 


91 


26 




1900 31 


Rozbury, Thomas R Shaw,* farmer 


, 784 


41 


94 


34 




1367 08 


H'aitsfield, Ithamer Smith, f farmer 


1048 


60 


58 


44 




2637 34 


Warren, Moses Ordway, farmer, 


943 


110 


35 


58 




1816 66 


JVaterbury, Thaddeus Clough,* far 


,1992 


101 


1.54 


51 




4516 98 


Woodbury, Ira McLoud,* farmer. 


1082 


24 


117 


32 




1170 64 


Worcester, Allen L Vail, farmer, 


587 


46 


43 


23 




925 15 1 


:i Total, 


23506 1518 2090 622 


2 


$53183 92 


Caledonia eotrnfy. 














Bamet, Lloyd Kimball, mechaaic. 


2030 


173 


145 


21 




$4780 49 


^wrfce, Charles C Newell, merchant 


, 997 


124 


38 


3 




215234 


j Bradley Vale, 


50 












Cabot, Allen Perry,* farmer. 


1440 


65 


116 


54 




3132 93 


Danville, 


2633 


149 


203 


93 


1 


6254 30 


Goshen Gore by Wheclock, 


142 












Goshen Gore by Plainfield, 


44 












Grolon, Moses Buchanan,* merch' 


, 958 


62 


67 


15 14 


1743 34 


Hardwick, David W Aiken,* merch. 1354 


65 


129 


51 




3695 09 


Harris' Gore, 


16 












Elrby, Cha's H Graves, farmer, 


520 


52 


46 


1 




1120 40 


Lyndon, Lucius Kimball,* manufac 


,1753 


125 


165 


33 




4795 24 


JSTewark, Jabez Smith, farmer. 


360 


52 


30 


4 




634 47 


Peacltam, Schuyler Merrill, farmer, 


1443 


128 


116 


11 




4420 02 


Ryegate, John Cameron, farmer, 


1223 


91 


85 


1 




2879 76 


Sheffield, Caleb Miner,* manufac. 


821 


29 


70 


13 




1573 42 


St. Johnsbury, J P Fairbanks, manuf. 1887 


256 


105 


17 




5202 01 


Sutton, John Ladd jr., farmer, 


1068 


67 


86 


40 




1987 57 


Walden, 


913 


54 


79 


51 




1924 64 


Waterford, Dennis May. farmer. 


1388 


148 


70 


5 




3319 42 


Wheelock, Richard Stevens-,* farme 
Total, 


r, 881 23 72 39 
21891 1663 1662 452 15 


233 53 


$49858 97 


Franklin county. 














Avery's Gore, 


35 












Bakersfield, 


1258 


79 


92 


52 




$2797 88 , 


Berkshire, Homer E Royce, att'y. 


1818 


123 


105 


25 




2976 11 


Enosburgh, Chas B Maynard, far., 


2022 


176 


52 


90 




3205 69 


Fairfax, Reuben Dewey, farmer, 


19 '8 


177 


111 


25 




3284 87 


Fairfield, 


2448 


121 


246 


34 


3496 65 


Fletcher, Lucas Holmes,* farmer, 


1014 


61 


P5 


23 




1967 65 



REPRESENTATIVES, VOPULAirON, VOTES FOR GOV., GR. LIST. 



^ Towns. Representatives. 

I 

! Franklin, Jona H Hubbard, farmer, 

1 Qeorgia, Isaac F Clark, farmer, 

j Hi/rh^ate, Philo F Drury, farmer, 

j Montgomery, Dan'l H Bailey, far., 

I Richford, Harvey D Farrar, fairaer, 

; Sdeldon, 

' St. Albans, AVm Bridgos,* scribe, 

. Swanton, James Piatt, merchant. 



Pop. 
1840. 

1410 
2106 
2292 
548 
914 
1734 
2702 
2313 



117 
190 



.■^ si t; 

m ^ xn 

45 77 

52 21 1 

176. 153 30 

73 30 42 

52 47 94 

128- 141 21 

186 182 80 

118 110 56 



Gr. List, 

1846. 



Total, 
Orleans coitnty, 

Albany, 

Barton, Luther 3Ierriam, farmer, 

Browninirton, 

Charleston, Gardner Gage, farmer, 

Coventry Gore, 



24531 1777 1461 566 35 S 47177 23 



920 

892 

436 

731 

10 



Coventry, Elijah Cleveland, merch't, 788 

Craftsburn, 1151 

Derby, V\'illiam Nelson, farmer, 1881 

Glover, 1115 

Green^boro^, 883 

Holland, Aaron Davis,* farmer, 605 
Irasburgh, Henry M Bates, co. clerk, 971 

Jay, 308 

Lowell, Amasa Paine,* farmer, 431 

Morgan, Simeon Alhee, farmer, 422 

JVewport, Rbswell Prouty, farmer, 591 

Salem, Samael Blake, farmer, 299 

Troy, 856 

Westfield, Jere Hodgkins,* fanner, 370 

Westmore, John M Kibby,* farmer, 122 

Total, 13634 

X/amoille counti/i 

Belvidere, Phineas Carpenter,* far., 207 
Cambridge, Nathan Smilre,* farmer, 1790 
Eden, 703 

Elmore, Heman H Elmore,* farmer, 476 
Hydepark, Nath'l P Keeldr,*merch't,1080 
, Johnson, 1410 

, Mansfield, Amander Peterson,* far., 223 
Morristown, Moses Terrell, [farmer, 1502 
Stetlincr, 193 

Stow, Nathaniel Eusself,! farmer, 1371 
IVaterville, 610 

Wolcott, P S Benjamin,* merchant, 910 

Total, 10475 

Essex county, 
Averill, 11 

B 'oomfield, Jeremiah Wright,* far., 197 
Brighton, 130 

Br-MTWwicfc, Joel B EngU->i,* mech., 157 
Canaan, Hervey Hinman.* farmer, 378 
Concord, Harvey G Fry, farmer, 1024 



37 
96 
66 
82 
37 

106 
65 

136 



47 
69 
21 



70 
7 
3 



20 22 

43 3 

22 11 

65 44 



$1429 84 

1993 11 

828 76 

1195 07 



81 14 
93 101 24 
50 



37 
98 
12 
20 
45 



67 41 

43 3 

39 26 

16 13 

43 26 
10 



58 


46 5 


989 18 


28 


13 3 


407 34 


76 


72 19 


1950 03 


25 


48 11 


735 91 


9 


13 


186 24 


1139 


836 342 


1 $26150 24 


3 


27 5 


$358 03 


80 


160 69 


4718 29 


46 


48 35 


1133 22 


19 


33 29 


878 99 


31 


116 50 


2652 22 


80 


74 80 


2965 62 , 
336 16 ' 


1 


25 25 


31 


112 111 


1 3460 41 


16 


11 19 


355 12 ! 


33 


105 171 


3732 55 : 


27 


47 ^ 


982 59 i 


44 


70 33 


1989 92 


411 


828 663' 


.^ $23563 12 


12 


29 


$433 68 


15 


15 3 


359 13 




22 


426 43 


20 


52 


801 19 1 


140 


78 2 


2009 66 1 



88 REPRESEIJTATIVES, POP., VOTES FOR GOV, G. LIST. — JUSTICES 



Towns. Representatives. fgP; | -f % ■% %^l^^ 

East Haven, John ^\3heT ji^ far., 79 17 2 274 83 

Granby, Charles Cheney, farmer, 105 14 8 205 88 

GtiiZd^oZ/, Stephen Ames, farmer, 470 65 26 7 1097 88 

Zemmo-fon, Richard Morgan,* far., 124 9 23 352 85 

Lunenburffh, Reuben C Henton,at'y,l]30 126 98 ^ 1676 92 

Maidstone, Moody Rich,* farmer, 271 10 33 595 95 

Victory, James Towl, mechanic, 140 11 14 1 275 70 

Wenlock, 28 



Total, -^26 435 400 15 $8510 10 
Crraitd Isle cottniy, 

JiXhurgk, Solomon J Davis," merch't,1344 129 63 $2516 75 

Qrana! /s/e, Guy Reynolds, farmer, 724 81 39 1 2056 02 

Isle La Molt, Hiram Hall,* farmer, 435 12 42 5 712 15 

JVsrtAjyero, William VVilsev, far., 716 53 50 1549 09 

Soviii Hero, Henry Robinson,"* farmer,644 49 31 2307 95 



Total, 3833 324 225 G $9141 96 

Total population, 1840, 291,948 

Real Estate, 1846, $56,608,921 86 

Personal, '10,695,698 44 

List for State Taxe-, 766,011 98 

Total votes for Governor,— Horace Eato??, 23,933 

John Smith, 18,059 

JLav/rence Brainard, 7,163 

Scattering, 64 



Judicial Department. 

SUPREME COURT. 

STEPHEN ROYCE, Berkshire, Chief Justice. 

ISAAC F. REDFIELD, Montpelier,! 

MILO L. BENNETT, Burlininon, ( 

DANIEL KELLOGG, Rockingham, ^Jlssistant Justices . 

«ILAND HALL, Benninston. I 

CHARLES DAVIS, Danville,' J 

PzTER T. Washbuiin, VVookstock, Reporter of Decisions. 

Benniiigten Cottniy, 

Major nfwky. | "^^^^^f- Judges of the County Court. 

Jasper Viall, Dorset, Sheriff. 

Aaron Denio jr., High Bailiff. 

A P Lyman, Slate's Mtoriity. 

Orsamus C Merrill, Judge of Probnte for the district of Bennington. 

A L Miner, Judge of Probate for the district of Manchester. 

Orsamus C Merrill, John Hix, Alexander Huling, Commissioners for 
the Jail at Benningtnn, 

John C Roberts, Darwin Andrews, Matthew B Goodwin, Commis- 
sioners for the Jail at Manchester. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

.^iLL/JVGTOJV— Harmon Canfield Nathaniel CanfieM Orrin Hard 
Lemuel Hawley Chas G Turner John B Lathrop Curtis Young Abel 
W Merriam Cyrus Holdeu Heman Gray Cyrus Hills Dorman An- 
drews VVm D Hovt. 



G9UNTY OF^FrCERS. 89 

£i:JVJV/JVGrOJV.— Elijah Fillmore Samuel H Blackmer Wm S 
Southwovth Paul M Henry George Benton John sV D Speigle OC 
Merrill Aaron Ketchum Hyman Totlle Nial Rich Asa Doty E W 
Stratton Elisha Root James P Godfrey John Cushman Henry F Dew- 
ey Green Blackmer John Hicks 'Pierpoint Isham Daniel Ruling 
Samuel H Brown Hiram Harwood Wm S Burt Luther Park John 
H Rouse Calvin Gilson Charles Colvin Luther R Graves Brownson 
i Harmon John S Robinson Paul Boynton Truman Estes SirenoPPeck 
Charles HicJjs Simeon Morse Lorenzo Dovvnes David Lore Newell 
Squires John F Robinson Newman Stratton Henry Harwood Henry 
Kellogg Aaron Hubbell Levi Gould Eilis A Winslow Lemuel Grover 
Warren Blackmer. 

^DORSET.— Daniel G Williams Benj Ames Heman Morse Wm J 
Soper Spattord F HoUey Milton Collins Israel N Sykes Alvin Gray 
E D Barnum Geo B Holley Geo W Farewell. 

GL.aSTEMBURY.— AG Hewes David Houghton Jer'h McDonald. 

LAJ^DOROVE.— James Martin Jonathan F Martin Elijah Wood- 
ard Gideon Eavis Calvin P Mead Amoti Benson. 

JiMJ^CHESTER.— looting Dean Myron Clark Chauncey Green 
Mason Briggs John C Roberts J B Wilson J R Smith E M Cook A4- 
vah Hollister John B Burritt Abram B Straight Matthew B Goodwin 
Jeisn Cook<Elias B Burton Harry H Fawler Noble J Purdy. 

PF.RU. — Freeman Lyon Ira K Batchelder MarkBatchelder James ! 
Wait Amhe^t Messenger Stephen Dudley James Lincoln. I 

POWJsTAL. — Sebastian Wager Moseg Bushnell Daniel Lilley Geo; 
W Glover Phny Mojgai:. Elijah Barber David Goodell Abram B Gard- [ 
ner A G Parker John A Mooar M W Potter Levi Lincoln Oren ! 
Bates Wm R Blanchard Andre^y Whipple jr. B C Niles Richmond | 
Brownell David W Gardnei- Samuel Wright. : 

READSBORO.—i'P'LorA Jacob Hix Michael Sanfoid Elson Bish- j 
op Darino Ballou Jonathan Houghton Wm HrFoUett Joel Ranney [ 
Isaac Esty Silas Bailey B S Battelis Dan'l Carpenter Rob't Burington. i 

RUPERT.— "S&i\\an Burton John Moore David Shelden Henry I 
Shelden Hiram S Smith Josiah G Bwrton Joseph Hastings Joseph i 
Parker Seth Sheldon Titus Sheldon. j 

SJi^TD G ATE.— Den&mote Pnndle Marshall Kurd Walter Randall \ 
Charles Sayre. I 

SEJIRSBURGH. — Arthur Crosier Joseph Fames Joseph Crosier ' 
Edward H Harvey Edson L Rossen Henry Crosier Benj Morse jr. 
Daniel Hitchcock Charles Bond Robert Riddle Lysander Cately. ; 

SHAFTS BURY. -io^hua W Monroe IVIartin Ames Benj Wheeler 
David Whcelock Hiram Barton Caleb Mattison Norman Millington ' 
Samuel Ames I B Mattison Wm Wait Henry Mattison John John- j 
sen Aaron Dcnio Lewis Berry Eli Stone Wm D Taft Sylvanus j. 
Bates James W Elwell Charles Spencer Harmon Niles. ■> 

STAMFORD.— Thomas Bratton Otis Phillips John L Wilmarth ii 
IraStioud Benj H Cook Obed Hall. | 

SUJfDERLAJ^D— E A Graves Joel Kinney Andrew Judson Wm 
Kelly Rodolphus Lyman Wm Brownson Samuel W 7'emple. 

W/JVIMLL— Reuben Brooks Beriah Wheeler Silas Edrly Francis 
Kidder John T Leonard Jacob Gale Chester Benson Jesse T Butter- 
field Seth Taylor. 

H'OODFORD.— William Kerdall Joel Hosmer J B Cromack Jo- 
siah Crawford Daniel N Woodward Mark Hotchkiss Thaddeus Cut- 
ler Elijah D Waters Thaddeus G Cutler Emery Hollister Zopher 
Nelson Alonzo Wilson Willard Knapp Hiram P Noyes Elibu F Cut- 
ler Henry Loveland George W Ditike Benjamin Gary Roswell Day 
Lyman Bolles William Alverson. 



90 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Vt*iHdh€im County. 

Emery VVheelock, \ a ■ ^ ^ t j j^ ^i r< . n 
James H Phelps \ -^^^^^t^^-f- Judges of the Comity Court. 

Timothv H Hall, Westminster, Sheriff. 
Pardon T Kimball, High Bailiff. 
Richard \V Smith, State's Alturney. 

Royal Tyler, Judge of Probate for the District of 'Marlboro\ 
Ellery Aihee, Judge of Probate for the District of Westminster. 
William Adams, Benjamin Ormsbee, A'ahum Eager, Jail Commis- 
sioners. 

JUSTICES OF TH« PEACE. 

ATHEXS.—:»l\ca.h Davis, Amos Davis, T II Whitney, Lyman Al- 
exander, Tisdale Porter, Nathaniel Balch, Mark Ball, Jolin Austin, 
Jonathan Colton, Nelson W Oaks, Abial Whitney, Frasier O Dun- 
ham, Ebenezer Sears jr., David Dexter jr., William Walker. 

BRATTLEBORO\—l^mnQ\ Whicrtey, Stephen Greenlcaf, Jairus 
Hall, Asa Keyes, Henry Smith, Jona D Bradley, Samuel Root, Joseph 
Goodhue, Willard Arms, Samuel Earl jr., Calvin Townsley, Joiwthan 
Smith, Joseph Steen, Larkin G Mead, Henrv Clark, Ebenezer Wells, 
Lafavette Clark, Roval Tyler, Edward Kirkland, Geo B Keyes. 

BROOKLIJ^E.—Sa.m\ie\ Stebbins, Joel Harwood, William Adams, 
Edson Higgins, Ephraira H 3Iason, Ephraim Park, John S Osgood, 
Samuel Bennett, Asa Flint. 

DOVER. — Laban Jones, Asaph Haskins, Aaron P Peiry, James 
Miner, Wm H Jones, Lyman Howe, William Walker, Eben'rSears 
jr., David Dexter jr., Liberty Howe, Ezra Stetson. 

DUMMERSTOX.— Joseph Duncan, Asa Bo»den, Enos Leonard, 
Asa DuUon, Asa Knight, Isaac N Knapp, John F Stearns, Joseph Dix, 
John Clark, Thomas Mill9T, John B Miller, Martin Moore, Benjamin 
Willard, Clark Rice, Reuben Smead, David Bemis, Abel Havsn jr. 

«ii./3i^rOA'*.— Benjamin DwineJl, Thaddeus Taylor, Peter W Dean, 
Prosper Merrill, B H Bridgman, Gideon Palmer, Ambrose Bargess, 
Samuel Walker, Hyman Burgess, Asher Putnam, Thomas Hill, John 
Wier,01iver Davis, Abisha Stoddard, Harry Walker, John S Fuilerton. 

^C//Z*^0/i/^.— Samuel Sikes, Ward Bullock, Elihu Field, Barnard 
Lynde, Benj W Stevens, Isaac Brown. Aaron E Barney, James Xoyes, 
John Mellendy, Nathan P ("hapin, Gardner Briggs, Willard Martin, 
Ephraim Tyler, George Eells, John Lynde, G A Hunt. I 

HBLFFAX—^nias K Henrv, Sanfbrd Plumb, Isaac B Barber, Eli- I 
sha Hagar, Isaac Worden, Amos Tucker, Step'n Otis, Reuben Hatch, j 
Jonas ,«cott, Nicholas Clark, IHias Stone, Calvin Bucklin, Jas Niles, | 
James L Stark. ! 

JAMAICA. — Timo Goodal^, Alpheus Kellogg, Ziba Chapin, Ham- j 
mond Livcrmore, James Brown, Joel Holton, David Eddy, Squire ' 
Gleason, S T R Cheney, Soldmon Newell, Joseph W Skinner, Isaac 
P Kendall, Henry H Felton, John E Butler, Wm L Waterman, Benj 
Musse5, Luke Howard, Elijah G Shumwav, Ira S Field, Nathan S 
Weeks, Pliny Barrows. 

LOJ^DOJ^DERRY.—h.iihex Stowell, Niles Aldrich, Tho's S Vial, 
Alfred Pierce, Barnet Wait,.D;ivid Arnold, Abial Whitman, Albert M 
Albee, Jeremiah Arnold, Josiah Stowell, Ezra Dodge, Reuben Har- 
rington, Castanus B Park, Dwight Tyler, Abraham Brown. 

MARLBORO\ — Ebenezer Tucker, William Newton, Phineas Ma- 
ther, Pliny Hjgley, Robinson Winclester, Ira Adams, Ebenezer Par- 
sons, Zebina Wallace, Cotton Mather, S W Houghton, Dan Mather, 
Willard Snow. 

JfEWFAJ^E.—^y\v&nns^her\\\n, Josiah Taft, Wm Perry, Wm H 
Williams, Marshall Miller, George Fisher, Ber>jamin Eager,' Sir Isaac 



COUNTY OFFICERS.-. 91 



Newton, Wm Sherman, Calvin Ward, Benj Ormsbee, Geo- Wheeler, 
Otis Warren, James Charter, George Arnold, Horatio N Miller, Oli- 
ver P Morse, John P Warren, Charles K Field. 

PUTJVEY.—PlnnevLS White, David Crawford, Tho's White, John 
Kimball, David Foster, Preston W Taft, Eber Hodgkins, John H Stod- 
dard, William Houghton, Israel Keyes, 3Iaik Crawford, Cha's Blood, 
Joseph T Radway, James Keyes, Jonathan Cutter. 

ROCKLYGIMM.— Horace Baxter, David Chandler, Russell Hyde, 
Artemas Robbins, Wm F Hall, S R B Wales, John N Baxter, Gates 
Perry jr., George Perry, Joel Whip|)le, Ithamer Bolles, Benj Smith jr., 
John Wiley 2d, Cyrus Locke, Elias Olc^tt jr., Lewis Locko, Asa 
Locke, Elias Pulsipher, William Hale, Wm C Sabin, Wm P Barker, 
John H Campbell, Mark' W Adams, Ralph G Roundy, William Cobb, 
Sam'I L Billings, Charles J Walker, Geo B Kellogg, Isaiah Stoddard, 
Royal Earle, James A WiCard. 

SOJyIERSET. — Ephraim Rice, Joseph Pike, Joseph Morse, Moses 
Pike, Hnllis Town, Levi Snow jr., Haselton Rice. 

STRj37'7"OJ\r.— Richard Scott, James Fuller, Joseph Smith, Hud- 
son Grant, Ezekiel Esterbrook, John Underwood, Joseph Blodgett. 

TOtVjySHEjXD.—BhenczeT Huntington, Nathan Fisher, Daniel 
Fisher, Lemuel FarweJI, Zadock Sawyer, Barnard Sal-isbuiy, Dana 
Bailey, Jonas Twitchell, Oliver Wilkinson jr., Sam'I E Thompson,' 
Emery Kathan, Sharon Gray, John Blandin, Samuel Gray, Eber M 
Barber, Clark VVilkinson, John Roberts, John II Brigham, Nathaniel 
Cheney, Nathan Pierce, James H Phelpt", Aurolius C Howard, Wm 
11 Joy, Hollis Nichols, Abner T Johnson, Thomas Cook jr., Jfoseph 
Jenison, Wm R Shafter, Orlando S Howaid, Waitstill R Ranney, 
H L Aiken, Hiram Holmes, Thaddeus Bixbv. 

VERjYOJ^.— Cyrus Washburn, John Stebbins, Nathan Wood, Asa 

] Peeler, Joseph E Franklin, Alonzo Newton, William Johnson, Loren- 

] zo Brown, Eben'r Howe jr., Artemas H Washburn, Alesander Perry, 

i Jaivis F Burroughs, Chester Lee, Elijah Stebbins, Jona B Green, Eli 

Lee. 

rVJlRDSBORO'.—Bmery Wheelock, Henry Grover, Asa Kidder, 
Silas Dexter, Joseph Hammond, Holland.Phmpton, Lyman W John- 
son, Rich'd W Smith, Joim Tufts, P H VV hite, Chandler Pratt, Gard- 
ner Smith, Levi Fitts, Cha's W Kellogs. 

H'HITLVGHAM.—Amos Brown, Elisba Putnam, Hosea F Ballou, 
Reuben Winn, Stephen Murdock, Willard Foster, David Jillson jr., 
Leonaid Brown, Parley Starr jr-, Houghttxn Sawyer, Har\^y Brown, 
Rufus Brown, John Roberts jr., Aldis Brown, George Porter, Jacob C 
Chase, Rufus Cii'-ley. 

WESTMIJi^^STER.—Wm C Bradley, Ellery Albee, Jamo»Titcomb, 
Stephen Tuttle, Alvin Goodale, Sylvester S Stoddard, John Minard, 
John C Richardson, Erastas A Holton, Nathan T Sheaf, John Camp- 
bell, John McNiel, Levi Kimball, Russell Ranney, Ira Goodhue. 

WILMIJ\rG TOM— Oscar L Shafter, Lancy" Forbes, Stephen P 
Flagg, Heniy Estabrook, Otis Haynes, John C Wilson^ AFftnson Par- 
malee, Horace Hastings, Eliab Crosby, Israel Lawton, Judah Moore, 
J H Dix, Israel Haynes, Ashley Stone, Piescott Lathrop, Silas Cush- 
man. 

rf7J\rDH^M.— Joseph Wood, John Woodburn, Elijah White, Ezra 
Pierce, Timothy Burton, Samuel Goddard, George W Duttoa, Simeon 
Pierce, W^illiam Harris. 

TW*tudsor County, 

I^onTas^^BarVett I -Assistant Judges of the County Court. 



93 



COUNTY OFFICEtlS. 



Gilman Henry, Woodstock, Sheriff. 
Joseph Churchttlj High Bailiff. 
Julius Converse, State's Attorney. 

Tho's F Hammond, Judge of Probate for the District of Windsor. 
George E Wales, Judge of Probate fur the District of Hartford. 
'Edwin Hutchinson, ^'ahum HasktU, Simon Warren, Jail Commis- 
sioners. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

.>2JVZ)0r£R.— Charles W Chandler Wm Warner GeoWStickneY 
Alden Gutherson Henry Heald ios Dodge jr. Solomon Howard Joe^ 
Stanard Charles Sherrvvin. 

fijiLTIMORE.— John Piper Wm Davis J M Boynton Phineas C 
Robinson. 

Bj9i2JV"l4iiZ>.— Daniel Aiken Charles Walcott Clark Chamberlin 
Albert HBanforth Lucius Freeman Ebene^er Atwood Orem Gambell 
Hiram Aiken Kollin Richmond Silas T«pper Benj Clapp Lyman 
Steward Samuel J Chamberlin Loring S VVinslow Solon Danforth 
Edmund Pierce Seth Ccnant Joseph B Darrforth. 

BETHEL.— Eleazer Berry Asa Brooks Thomas P Russell Luther 
D Preston Lovell Lathrop John Moody David Owen Almon Durkee 
Calvin Morse Osman Brooks John Noble Elijah Carter Walter Per- 
rin Leonard Fisk Asa Davis Seneca Marks Pliny Warren. 

BRIDGE W.^TER.— Isaiah Ra^ymoad David Thompson Jas Walk- 
er Amos Averill Calvin Carpenter Chester Kellogg Josiah Josselyn 
jr. Sidney Cummings Gilbert White Timothy Grow Gurdin Backus 
Samuel Lamb Lyman Raymond E'liphalet Edgeiton Ebenezer Clem- 
ent R W Southgate Samuel Dunbar Alvari Lamb Ovid Thompson. 

C.^F£J\'*Z)/S/r.— AbelGilson S F Dutton Calvin French J FDean 
Samuel Adams Wm Smith Christopher Webber Oliver Tarbell Ry- 
larid Fletcher Jeseph"-Parker. 

CHESTER.— Amo3 Heald Thomas Robinson Benj Smith Samuel i 
Walker B F Armington Henry Morris Josiah Dana Thomas Wil-i 
liams Zacheus Bates Lewis Hill jr. Oren Locke David Sherwin Na- |' 
thaniel Lord Hermon Guild Simeon Sherwin Allen C Gould Joshua j 
Prouty Barna A Cook Phineas O Sargent Albert Onion Jerry W 
Richardson Oramel Hutchinson Haskell Weston. 

HARTFORD.— James L'dall Zebulon Delano John Downer Dan- 1 
iel Hazen Samuel jS^utt Allen Hazen Alfred Neal Jonathan Bugbee | 
jr. John Strong Geo E Wales Lewis Hazen Wiliiarn Savage Henry I 
I Wolcott Shubael Russ John Porter Benj Porter l^athaniel Gillett i 
Alvin Bailey Lewis B Dudley. | 

HARTLAJVD. -hewis Merritt Dudley Williams Moses T Swan j 
E M Stocker Luther Damon John Daniels Albert B Burke Daniel 1 
Denison Squire Alarcy Levi Gove Wm C Dodge Elijah Hawkins jr. 
Jonathan Hodgman Henry Shedd. 

LUDLOW.— \^a Fletcher Pliny Parker Charles Ives Asa S Bar- 
ton Sewall FuUam Emory Burpee Artenias SpafFord F (y Robbina 
WmK Manning Jazer Smith William Tilton D A Heald Merrick 
j Spafford Benj Billings Frederick Dunbar Reuben Washburn Hyland 
C Haven Martin Perry Silas Warren. 
I JVORmC/r.— Calvin Seaver Asa Lord Geo Lyman Jdnn Wright 
j Philij) W'heeief Sam'l C Simonds Eben'r B Brown Joseph P Wyatt 
Eben'r Spear 2d Harvey Burton Wm Pixley Isaac Pierce Baxter B 
I Newton Samuel Goddard Wm E Lewis Harry S Richardson Edward 
! Morris Edward B Turner Aaron Loveland Marshal D Baxter Elias 
I Newton Francis Pratt Nelson Newton David G Shafter. 
': PXrJMOi77'^.— Calvin Wilder Joseph Kennedy A S Day Israel P 



COUNTY 0FFICER3. 93 

Brown Moses follard £ju)ch VVetherbee Levi Slack Jairus Josselyn 
Thomas IVIoore David Burt jr, Jared Marsh. 

P0.¥i^ii£7'.— Isaiah Tinliham Nathan Snow Harvey Bruce Gard- 
ner Winslow Heman Henry jr. Timothy Maxham Charles Hutchin- 
son James H Richardson Robert Perry jr. Otis Chamberlin Martin D 
Follett Hosea Doton Henry Hew-ett jr. C R Whitman. 

REjlDIjYG.—l.utber Kendall S C Shedd Hiram Goddard John 
Wheeler Solo Keyes G B Ralph Benoni Buck J Q, Hawkins Bridge- 
man Hapgood John F Swain H H Hammond Rufus Forbush Lemuel 
B Washburn Ferdinand Hawkins. 

i^OCiTESrjEJ?.— Sumner A Webber Joel Cooper John Trask H 
L Richmond E W Newton Lyman Bush E D Brigga Artemas Cush- 
man Joseph L 5Iorse Benj Richardson Wni B Henry John W Chaf- 
fee John Paul, 

iJOFj^LT'OA"."— Harry Bingham ElishaRix Jonathan Kinney John 
Marshalf Lyman Benson Luther Howe John Coy Coit Parkhurst H 
N Freeman Micliael Haskell Daniel Woodward Levi Rix Arunah 
Adams jr. Job Bennett David Wheeiock Leland D Horton Elisha 
Wild Heman Durkee Cyrus Hartshorn Dudley C Deaison Lemuel W 
Slade Geo W Bradstrat, 

SHMROJ\r.'— 'John Baldwin Chester Baxter Henry Hitchcock Zera 
Watkins Gains Leonard Freeman Holt David Failes Samuel Shut- 
tleworth Stephen 3 Kean Joseph L Fay Lyman Tyler Isaac S Shep- 
ard Warren C French Freeman Page Orrin Morehouse Horace Pix- 
ley Israel' G Smith Woostei Downer John C Baldwin. 

aPRU^OFlELD.—H W Porter Henry Closson Hamlin Whitmore 
Osman Purge Abner Field O M Whipple Wm W Whitney Bezaleel 
V^'ood Hiram Kenney Calvin Hubbard Daniel Davis Ephraim Walk- 
er jr. Clark Nichols William Dyer Elias Damon Henry Evans John 
Farnham D M Smith Horace Weaton O B Litchfield Samuel Whit- 
comb jr. Noah Safford N B SafFord M R Porter John Chipman. 

STOCKBRIDGE.—Aninnh Allen jr. Samuel Eaton James Beard 
Leonard Ainsworth Asa Partridge Samuef Belcher John Blackmer 
Caleb Leonard J H Kimball Justin Morgan John Leonard Samuel 
Gilson James M Gilson John M Bennett James H Nott Isaac Tag>- 
gart James VVhitcomb Hiram Crandall David Everett. 

WEATHEHSFTELD.—JoshudVphsim Joseph R Williams Sewell 
Clement C M Chamberlin Daniel Bowen Ebenezer Shedd Jeremiah 
Bemis John Sherwin Barnabas Dean Wm M Pingrey John Allison 
William Gay Augustus Tuttle N B Roundy J Field Chilson James 
M Stearns Waller Newhall Joshua M Aldrich Franklin Spalding 
Rbbert B Cram John Soafford Charles Jaivis James Weston. 

W^JESrOjV.— Henry Lovejoy AN Burton David Sterlin T B Wake- 
field Sumner Rideout Emerson Ross Stephen Smith James Bryant 
Enoch Pease Samuel Peabody jr. Caleb Fenn. 

H'lJVDSOR. — Horace Everett Carlos Coolidge Warren Currier 
Darius Jones Tho's Boynton Daniel Reed Nehemiah Parker jr. Jesse 
Lull John Buinham Wm H Sabin Oliver Hale Wm Tileston S H 
Price Daiius Leavens Tho's F Hammond Gilman H Shedd Joel Hale 
Tho's S Fullerton Andrew R Adams Caleb Kendall John P Skinner 
Alfred Worcester Daniel Lawtence Chipman Swain. 

fVOODSTOCK.— Titus Hutchinson Norman Williams Job Lyman 
Julius ('onveise Lyndon A Marsh Oliver P Chandler Edwin Hutch- 
inson James Barrett Charles P Marsh Oel Billings Henry C Denison 
Richard Hayes Ammi Willard Tracy Bingham Daniel Taft jr. Hen- 
ry W English Darius Blake Eliphalet Dunham Nahum Haskell Ly- 
sander Raymond G-iius Perkins Billy Brown Benj G Bigelow Amos 
Ralph John A Pratt Samuel Wood John Bement James C Slayton 



94: COUNTY OFFICKRS 



Walter Palmer 2d Thomas E Powers LavinalSf ratt Daniel Rarsom 
Ashley VVyman Nathan T Churchill. 

M:ittlaitd County. 

Ezra JKne, | ^,5^(1^^ Judffes of the County Court. 

.Ambrose L Brown, ) a j :> 

Jacob Edgerton, Rutland, Sheriff. 

James Rice, High Bailiff'. 

Ed;jar L Ormsbee, Staters Attorney. 

William Hall, Judge of Probate fur the District of Rutland. 

'Almon Warner, Judcre of Probate for the Dislrirt of Fairhaven. 

William Hall, Cha<£ Burt, Edwin Edgerton, Jail Commissioners. I 

. JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. ' 

BEJSrSOjV.—Scth Ransom, Cha-ancey Higgins, Horace Knapp, Eb- | 

enezer Martin. Jonas Gibbs, Ja's H Gleason, Koswell Barber, Isaac i 

Dickinson, Daniel Crofoot, L C Kellogg, M W Smith, Othuiel Good- j 

rich jr., John Balis, John Carter, Edward S Howard, "Philo Wilcox. j 

BR.^MDOJ^''.— John A Conant,'A G Dana, David Sanderson, Har- \ 

vey Hall, Ira Button, Barzillia Davenport, Lewis Barker, Milton June, ; 

H S McCoilum, Franklin Farrington, Charles Backus, Albert Locke, ; 

Jesse Hines, E J Bliss, Ward M Lincoln, Charles Jj Williams, Step'n [ 

Parkhurst, Alvinzo Dyer, David Warren, L L Blake, Uiange A I 

Smaliev, Julius E Higirins, Alanson Meacham. '■ 

CASTLETOJW—Z'imn Howe, B F Langdon, Almon Warner, Fsaar.^ 

T Wright; Hyde Wcstover, Wm B Colburn, Hannibal Hodges, O F: ■ 

Harris, B D Sanford, Moses Jackman,^mith Sherman, Chester Spencer, i 

CLjlREjYDOJ^''.~-S'i]viS W Hodges, Thomas St«art, John L Marsh, ; 

Abner H Colvin, Hiram Congdon, Benj Fisk jr., Enoch Smith, George ; 

Wilkinson jr., Calvin Grossman, Thomas McLaughlin, Geo Rounds, ! 

Hiram Smith, Joseph Congdon, Linus F Colvin. I 

CHITTEJ^DEJV.—Saimael W Harrison, Reuben Harris jr., Ai- j 

vin Randal!, Capen Leonard, Carlos A Hitchcock, Richard Parrisfc, ; 

Joseph Parker, Stephen Clark, Thomas Manly. 

DjSJVBY. — Azariah Hilliard. i^ndras Egglesten, Wm Otis, Karrey 
Parris, Seely Vail, Hiram H Kellv, Hiram Couger, Lyman R Fisk, 
Lsaac Wilber, John T Griffith, Caleb Randall, Albert Bucklin, Caleb 
Parris 2d. 

FAIRHJiVEJ^.—\\m C Kittredge, Barnabas Ellis, B F Gilbert, 
Harvey Howard, Asahel HJvidder, Alanson Allen, Caleb B Ranney, 
Ira Leonard, Thomas E Wakefield. 

HJTBBjSi^-DraZV'.— James Flagg, Pliny Holmes, Silas W Whipple, 
James W Barber, Justin Jennings, Perry Dickerman, C S Pi-umsey, N 
H Eddy, Seth St. John, Reuben Balis. ' 

/i2.4.— Russel Fi;h, Bradley Fish, Ira Gorham, P xM Harrington, f 
James S Gilmore, Willard Osgood, Abel Thorington. j 

MEKDOJ^\ — R«fus Richardson, John J Richardson, Ezra Edson, i 
Thomas Hunt. Francis B Gibson, Oliver Ford, Jonas Wheeler, Lev- 1 
erett Wilkins, Ira Seward, Wilmarth Robinson, Sam'l Caldwell, 0th- I 
niel Williams. 

JI//77£)L£TOWJV.— Jonas Clark, Jacob Burnham, Micah Vail,Sle- 1 
phen Barrett, John P Taylor. Adin H Green, Albert W Gray, John 
Fitch, Elijah Ross, Luther Fillmore, Asahel Spaulding, ISlenira Cas- 
well, Luther Buxton, Horace Clark, Alonzo Hyde, John A V uil, H G 
Otis. 

MOUXT //OZLF.— Austin Dickerman, Ahijah Cole, John White, [ 
John Crowley. Hiram Dickerman, John Bryant. 

M UJ\''T' TAB OR.— Ben jundii Britton, Gideon S Tabor, David 
Stimson, Abner Hutchinson, A^el Kelley, Joseph P Burton. 



COUr«TT 'OFFICERS. 95 

OE WELL.— RosweU Bottum jr., Israel Smitli, Ruluff White, Ira 
Young, Josephus Sbeles, Jos H Chittenden, Julius C Thomas, Horace 
Higgins, Wm B Martin, Henry Htile, John Leonard, Stephen N VVar- 
ron, Charles Brown, Joab Smith, Wm R Sanford, Absalom Fuller, 
Chauncey H Conkey, Albert L Catlin, Calvin P Austin, Champliii M 
Fletcher, Marvin Gr-iswold. 

P^^fZET.— Oliver Hanks, Eiisha Allen, Harry GriswoW, Josiah 
Toby, Ossian H Simonds, Geo W Harmon, Silas Gregory, Jona Ran- 
dall, Svlvanus B Lathe, James Baldridge, Favette Potter. 

FIT! SF/ELD.—EreiStas HwU, Wm R Slossom, E B Rockwell, 
Horace S Childs, Charles Mudgett, Fayette Parsons, Lyman Gibbs, 
Calvin Jovslin. 

PITTSFORD.— Thomas F Bogue, Abel Penfield, John Barnes, 
David Hall, David Richardson, German F Hendee, Artemas Carpen- 
ter, Isaac Breese, Jeffrey Barnes, Thomas H Palmer, Charles T Col- 
burn, Chester Granger, Nathan D Clifford, Isaac C Wheaton, Amos 
Hitchcock, Jonathan Burditt, Sam'l H Kellogg, Augustus Hammond, 
John G Newell, Abraham Owen, Thomas Burditt. 

POULTjYEY — Joseph Josselyn, Henry G Ncal, James Richardson, 
Merritt Clark, Harlow Hosford, John B Beaman, Ja's S Harris, Wm 
H Smith. 

/JDTZjJjVZ).— William Page, Edsar L Ormsbee, FW Hopkins, 
Wm Y Ripley, R R Thrall, Jona C Thrall, Silas H Hodges, Francis 
Slasson, George Graves, Martin G Everts, Benjamin Smith, Avery 
Billings, Geo W Strong, Horace H Dyer, John Proctor, Edwin Edger- 
ton, Abnei Mead, Wm Humphrey, Jonas Eayers, Charles Burt, James 
E Chaney, Edwin L Griswoid, Ralph Haskell. 

SHERBUILYE.—lUchSiTd Esterbrooks. Charles Shedd, W^arner 
Bates, Oliver Coolidge jr., Geo W TopliJf, Wm Clark, David Col- 
ton, E H Woodard, Benj Maxham. 

SHREWSBURY.— John Buckmaster, Wm Matthewson, J A Bar- 
ney, Job Waterman, Geo W Webb jr., Otis G Janes, Pearl Parker, 
S C Clark, B T Needham, Benj Huntoon, Harry Holden, T G Foster, 
Hiram Cook. Jonathan Buckmaster, Wm B Brown. 

SUDBURY.— John C Sawyer, John Hall, James K Hyde, Tho's J 
Goodrich, John White jr., Don Carlos Smith, Wm P Abbott jr., Ezra 
K Thaver, Jas Germon, Paul Spooner. Ira Bingham, Isaac Ketchum, 
Wm A' Williams, H H Merritt, Edward L Hall. 

r/A'VOi/rif—Obadiah Noble, Calvin Brewer, Harvey Shaw, N 
W Sawyer, Spencer Waldo, Benajah Cook. 

W.dLLlJVGFORD.—lSii.ihfiniel Ives, Harvey Button, Howard Har- 
ris, David Holden. Robinson Hall, Hosea'Eddy, Holden Safford, Joel 
Croff jr., Eleazer Mighells, Joel VV Ainsworth, Isaac Smith, David H 
Sabin, Washington Hawkins, Lyman Bacheller, Saiu'l M Edgerton, 
Isaac B Munson, Dyer Townsenri, Alfred Bull. 

WELLS. — Joseph Park, David B Lewis, Allen Grover, Wesley 
demons, Almon Hopson, Artemas Lewis, Benjamin Lewis jr.. Earl F 
Bent, John Barden, James J Rowe. 

WEST HAVEJ^.— John Offensend, Hiram Coleman, David Down?, 
Thomas Shaw, Wm J Billings jr., Salmon P Abel, Hirarn K Hunt, 
Wm H Green, Almon Hitchcock. 



Ville Lawrence, 

George Cliipman, 

David S Church, Middlebury, Sheriff. 

Asa Chapman, High Bailiff. 

Geo W Grandey, StaWs Attorney. 



•Mddison County. 

Assistant Judges of the County Court, 



96 COUNTY OFFICERS 



Silas H Jenison, Judge, of Probate, for the District of Addison. \ 

Harvey Munsill, Judge of Probate jar ike District of Mew Haven. 
Nahum Parker, John B Copeland, Horace Crane, Coramissioiiers for \ 

the Jail a' Middlcbury. j 

John Pierpoint, Elliot "SherriU, Samue} Morgan, CommissJOTiCT-a /or ! 

the Jail at Vergennes. j 

JCSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

.j ADDISOJ^. — Arza Crane, Henry Brerv-oort, Heman Converse, Geo j 
Wilmarth, Hyder Barnes, Justus Smith, David V Chambers, Lyman ; 
Clark. Reuben VV Eaton, Alien Smith, WmRfeeves, Chauncey Cook. 

BiZ/ZJPOiZT'.— Benjamin Miner, Calvin Sokice, James Fletcher,] 
Parris Fletcher, Reuben Gillett, Wm B Benjamin, Prosper Ellitharp, ] 
Benj Brasted, Daniel Sunderland, Willard Barber, Charles A Walkei, j 
Edwin E Groover. 

BRISTOL.— ^larvey Munsill, Horatio Needham, Henry C Soper, 

Winter H Holley, Truman Crane, Jos C Bradley, Soton Sumner, Geo j 

C Davfoot, James Saxton, Sam'l H Holley, Henry F Day, James W 

■| D'aiy," Davis Lufkin, Samuel Eddy, Xathan Drake," Eli Barnard, R W 

i Peake, Nathan Rider jr., Harvey Parmelee, Titus B Gaige, Luman | 

•I Munson, Barnes Frisbee, A E Haseltine, Henry T Gale, C L Smith, | 

COi2JVWj2LZ.— Calvin G Tilden, John Sanford, Marcus O Porter, j 
Tiuman Eells, Charles Delong, Austin Dana, Loyal L Wright, Abram j 
Foot. I 

FERRTSBURGH.— Stoddard Martin, Zuriel Walker, Hartwell 
Powers, Jared B Booth, Lansing Hard, James Barnes, Alanson Hays, 
Elbridge G Warner, Thomas Field, William Allen, Isbon Allen, VVm 
Hazard, Jehiel Chamberlin, James Adams, Solon Burroughs, Lyman 
Kimball, Samuel H Tupper, Heman Barnum, Alonzo Kimball. 

GOSfl'JEJV.— Francis' Brown, Nathan Capen, Silas D Gale, William 
Carlisle jr., Justus N Dart, Ezra Washburn jr., Chester G Bliss, Wm 
A Belknap, Elnathan Knapp. 

GAfA'F/LLE.— Joseph P Ball, Joseph Flint, AlonzoG Allen, Am- 
asa Eaton, Noah Hriggs, Hiram Ford, Wm Lamb jr., Charles Lamb. 

HAJVCOCK.—Zor-dh Barnes, Gardner Chandler, Augustus Taylor, 
S M Flint, Solomon Dunham, Ehud Darling, Archibald McCollum, 
Charles G Bobbins, Lvman Ellsworth. 

LEICESTER.— iohn G Peny, Ja's S Messer, Eben'rB Jenny> Ed- 
ward S Barrett. 

iyjVCOZJV.— John Bush, William W Pope. John^B Farr, David S 
Green, Isaac J Caldwell, James McLean, Oliver W Burn'iam. 

MIDDLEBURY.—Uornuo Seymour, Peter Starr, Hiram Munger, 
Norman Tupper, Oliver Hyde, OzJas Seymour, Ira Alifen, Jedediah & 
Bushnell, Edwin Hammond, Nahum Parker, Zacheu? Bass, Austin 
Johnson, James M Slade, James McDonald, Jonah C Wicker, Emer- 
son R Wright, Joseph Warner, Wm P Russell, Jacob W Conro, Hor- 
ace Crane, Dorastos Wooster, Wm Dew ey, John B Copeland, David 
Olmsted, Asa Chapman, Wm F Goodrich, Geo M Brown, Julius A 
Beckwith, Geo S Swift. 

JtfOJ\'"if 7 OJV.— Johnson Finnev, William Eaton, Oliver Sherman, 
Gilbert C Eastman, T C Smith, Charles E Crane, Charles Shattuck, 
Stoddard Holiis, J^uman B Smith, Wm Elliot, Lewis L Beers, Roder- 
ick Baldwin, Roswell Atwood, Alson Collins, Nathan Smith, Luther 
R Eaton, James Miner, Arza C Dean, Isaac Doten jr. 

J\i^E JV HA VEJ^.— Ehas HoU on, Jonathan Hoyt, Colvin Squires, 
Sylvester Doud, Daniel Twitchell, Jabez W Langdon, Julius L El- 
dridge, Josiah Turnei, Horntio Plnmlev, Alfred P Roscoe. Alvin 
Squn-es, Eben'r Rider, Henry C Hunt, Oliver Smith, Geo W Brown, 
John Abernethy, Seth Langdon jr. 



COUPfTY OFFICERS. 97 

P^jVrOJV.—i?amuel Shepherd, Silas Tappen, Silas Pond, H N 
White, Geo J Waliter, ClirkConant, George Spencer, Joseph Hay- 
ward, Corydon Harris, B F Gaines. 

RIPTOJ\r. — Frederick Smith, George (^hipman, Norman Lewis, 
John K, New. Jonathan Furnall, Samuel H Hendrick. 

SjILISBURY.— John M Weeks, Marshall S Doty, Nath'l Spencer, 
Oscar P Sheldon, John Dyer, Lathrop Bump, John Prout jr., Aaron 
Barrows, Ebenezer H Weeks, Columbus Smith, Holland VV Everts, 
Troiman Dewey. 

SHOREH^M.—SUps H Jenison, Davis Eich, Ebenezer Bush, Jos 
Smith 2d, Isaac Chipman, Asa Sunderland, John N Hunt, t'lisha Bas- 
coin. I^ewis Hunt, Levi O Birchard, John T Rich, Azel Chipman, Be- 
la Howe, Kent V\ right, A G White, A B Bascom, E S Catlin, M W 
C Wrisht. 

STjRKSBORO\—Wm Worth 'id, Ira Bushnell, Samuel D Hol- 
comb, Andre^v Ferguson, Warren Wentworth, Leonard Bushnell, Or- 
rin Burnham, John C Pierce, Jeremiah Morrill, Horace Salisbury, Jas 
Kinsley. James H.irkness, Joel Oivis, Sidney Sayles, John Hill 2d, 
Richard Hill, R T Bates, Seth L Nimblet, Cyrus Atwood, Walcot 
Norton, Andrew E Holcomb, Hiram Atwood. 

VERGEJVJ\rES.—ED Woodbridge, John Thompson, Snm'l Wil- 
son, P C Tucker, John Pierpoint, Wm T Parker, Isaiah Scott, Jared 
M 'i'aylor, Cyrus Smith, John E Roberts, William Hawley, Carlos 
Blake, Frederick E Woodbridge, Wm li W^hite, Geo W Grandey, R 
Chapman, Sam*? Morgan, Lorenzo Bixby, Hiram Adams, W E Green. 

W^LTHj9M — Josiah Parker, Chester Ward. Alonzo Hawkins, Na- 
than Grisvvold, Edwin Everts, George Fisher, Peleg Fisher. 

jr^FB/f/OO/-:.— T WTwitchell, JohnBrittell, Sardis Dodge, S 
W Jewett, Samuel James, S S Toot, Isaac Drake, Wightman Chap- 
man, Edwin Haywood, Milo Stow, John Childs. 

^'//•/r/JVG.— Ephraim Moulton jr., J B Walker, Whitefield Walk- 
er, Calvin Foster, Abram Biezee, Arnon Needham, Wm H Baldwin, 
Stiliman Brown, VVm J M'Allister, Alvin B Needham. 



I Orange County. 

I Frederick Smith, ) a ■ ^ ^ t j r .i. r^ ^ n 
John McLane \ '^•'■*^*^<'"^ Judges of the County Court. 

I Georse Sleeper, Corinth, Sheriff. 

\ Wm P Brown, High Bailiff. 

i .fefFerson P Kidder, Salens Attorney. 

I Edmund Weston, Jadie if Pruhutefor the District of Randolph. 

\ Stephen Thomas, .ludje of Prubatefur the district of Bradford. 

i Amos L Hatch, Elihu Norton, Lemuel H George, Jail Commission- 

I ers. 

■ JTJSTICES0KTHEPE4CE 

I BRADFORD— Geo W Prichari, J W D P I'rker, J B Pickett, Ad- 1: 
! ams Prc-ston, John B Woodward, Alvan Taylor, E D Corliss, Moses 
R Chinilicilin, lohii B Corliss, Elijih Blond," Moody Grow, E C West, 
Joshu I Giiey, Gben'r P Lr^wis. Thomas R Andrusj Elliott P Johnson, 
Nicliol IS W Chadwick. Geo P B ildwin, Jesse Putnam, Philip Green- 
leaf, Maynes C Johnson, Scth AuMin, R McKay Ormsbee, Johnson A 
Hardy, John Wilson, Thomas C ^haw, Nicholas S Chadwick, Horace 
Strickland, Dmii'I Martin. 

BRAf^rrREE.— tamei^ Spear, Wm Nichols, Tho's A Vance. Ja's 
Hutchiison, Levi Tracy, Ziba Bass. Jonathan Holman, Rufus Flint, 
Jarvis Tilson, Caleb N Grow, Chauncey li Spear, John G A Spear, 
Au.?ustu^ Flint, John B Hutchinson, W B Bass. 

BROOKFIELD.— Lulher Whejtiey V\ W Ingills Ariel Burn- 



98 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

liain Zelotes Rigelow jr. Homer Hatch Wm M Alvord Aaron Cleve- 
land J G Smith Richard Well.s Reuben Peck John L Lnmpson Jo- 
seph Bjnke John Giiswoid jr. i^prague Arnold jr. Frederick Griswoid 
jr. Nrtth'l Wheatley VVm Trask David Wellington Austin Carpenter. 

CffEiSE^.- John W Smith Thomas Jones Jacob Norris Calvin 
Blodgett Salmon J Moore Hurry VA' Hatch Jason Steele Elia.s La- 
thropjr. Daniel Wyman OWE Eastman W F Dickinson Elihu 
Norton Asa A Goodwin Levi B A'^ilas Hyde Cahotl Elihu Hyde Fos- 
ter Grow Cornelius Robinson Lament Bacon H E G McLaughlin Eli- 
jah Cohurn Harjy Hale A P Hunton Sereno Allen Joshua Dickinson 
Wm Hebard Philmder Robhins Amcis L Hatch. 

CORTJ\i'"ni. — Samuel Hazeltine, Henry Dearborn, W'm Spencer, 
Jos Fellows jr., John Richardson, Richard Smiih, Winthrop Green, 
Michael Stevens, Moses Sawyer, Amos S Little, Plant S Poor, John 
Chubb, Lyndes Luther, Gouldsburn Taplin jr., Jona Robie 2d, Cyius 
Heath, John A Tenney, Putnam Harriman, Roswell Crook, John 
Locke, Nehemiah Taplin jr., E T Farr, Kavid Hradbury, Jacob B 
Stevens, Wm Grant, Samuel Darling, Nath'l Banfill, Arunah Ward, 
Stephen Eaton. 

F^IRLEE.—Thomi^s Stratton, Elias Briggs, Samuel D Banficld, 
Alex'r H Gilmore, Zebulon Norris, Jerome B Bailey, Cyrus Stearns, 
Geo A Morey, Dyer Waterman, Benj Cilley, Phineas Dodge, Lyman 
Ware. 

J\rEJV BURY— Oscar C Hale, Tappan Stevens, Sam'l Grow, Cha's 
J Smith, John Atwood jr., Charles Hale, Abel Underwood, George R 
Leslie, Wm R Shedd, David Johnson, Joseph Atkinson, John E Cham- 
berlin, Alonzo W Nourse, Benjamin Atwood, James Henderson, Sam- 
uel Eastman, Henry K*^yes, Simeon Stevens jr., Samuel Gibson, Cha's 
B Leslie, Richard Patterson, John Lockhead, Page P Gove, Joseph 
Prescott, Ellis Colburn, John Stevens, Cvrus J S Scott. 

R^JVGE.— Luthci Carpenter, Hora'ce Fifield, Reuben White, 
David Hothrook, Lathrop Fish, Richard Paine, Robert Richardson, 
Ralph Pope, 'vloses Sargent, Abial Hamilton, Timo Hanccck, Louis F 
Peabcdy, Peter M Dickey, Hubbard i\lellendy, Wyllys Lane, Jacob 
Mills, John Dickey, Artemas Houghton. 

RAJ^DOLPH—yi&n'm Flint Jacob K Parrish Edmund Weston 
P I) Blodgett W"m Nutting Wm B Chandler Lev-^is Spencer Benj 
Jones Orin Parker Phineas Moulton Harvey Lampson James Steele 
Alpheus Carley J W Twiss Walter Carpenter Gilman Tarbeli Gil- 
bert Smith Loren Griswoid John We>:ton Philander Perrin Adam Ho- 
bart jr. S W Cobb Ammi Burnharn Howard Griswoid L N Peiinock 

SriJ.5FF0J?Z).— Stephen Morrill Daniel Cobb Cha's Barrett Hi- 
ram Robinsoi: J H Han is Sam'l S Kiblinger Ebenezer Baldwin Tay- 
lor Slack Jusiia S Morrill Pliny Day Royal Hatch John Reynolds jr. 
Ebenezer West J A Stiles Thos Hazcltine Eber Newton Wm B Ha- 
zeltine Abraham Brown Jonathan Feary Adin H Norton Lewis Pen- 
nock Rufus M Benson. 

T/JETi^O/JZ).— Simeon Short Wm Sweatt Harry H Niles John 
Judd Timothy P Bartholomew Z E Messer Henry Gillett Geo Gary 
Wm H Latham Joseph Matson Solomon G Heaton James Tyler jr. 
Richard M Gleason Abner B Hosford Hoel Sayer Roger L Howard 
Marcus Ranstead Alfred Corliss Ebenezer Campbell. 

TOPSHjlM.—JnLir.es F George, Ec'muiid George, Aaron Sanborn, 
Hale Grow, Samuel Batchelder, Duncan McKeith, Calvin Tabor, Le- 
vi Tabor, Benson Aldrich, John Fellows, John W Hatchelder, Cha's 
Grow, O H Watson, James Carter, Moses Jones, Wm Rogers, Henry 
Butterfield, Andicw J Wallace, Thomas Eastman, James Chamber- 
lain, Carlos P Bill, Moses W^allace, R H Fellows. 



cduntt officers. 99 

TOJ\''BRTDGE.—Geoige Weymouth, Kbenezer Hackett, Zehina 
Whitney, Gustavus Rolfe, Spencer t^mith, Charles B Chandler, John 
E Dodge, John H '> oodwatd, John L H ill, Thomas S Paine, Norman 
i/Uiant. l-^lisln L Tracy, Nathaniel King jr., John Loagee. 

yURSHIRE. — Thomas Keyes Nathan Spear Simeon Bacon Pliny 

n\vi;,'ht \Vm iJoardman Horace Carpenter Ira Corse Win L Hum- 

p.hrev David Eastman Stephen M Kimball Solomon Colton Flavel 

Blown Stilman T Wiggins Ait'ied Latbrop David Howe B O Tyler 

i Joseph F Carlton Jacob Church llufus Blanchard Wells Durgin Is- 

' rael Diamond. » 

lf^1->HIjYGT0A\—John Colby, I E Worthley, Jacob Bliss, Philip 
Sargent, Elisha Tracy, Hall Burgin, Henry Godt\ey Jr , G R Gale, 
Stepiien Blake, B W Bartholumew, Lyman Porrigo, Joseph Colby jr., 
Daniel Fitis, Geo W McAllister, Gideon Downing, R S Currier, E H 
Maitin, H A White, John H Perkins, Charles Lyraan, T G VVhite, 
CvruH Smith. 

' IVEST F.dTR LEE.— T:\ishii May, Elisha Thayer, William Niles, 
/Wba Burr, Az.aiah Wilde, Chester Chubb, Sanus Niles, Peter Bur- 
gin, Josiah Moore, Alvah Bean, Ethan Kimball, Stephen Thomas. 

«'/Z,Z,/,;i,VS7'0W'JV'.— Darius Pride Joel bass Alvin Smith Horace 
Ware Jon iihan Lewis Porter Maitin Enoch Howe Nelson Martin 
Moses Lewis David Burnham Walter Newcomb Miller Martin An- 
drew Curnham Luther Jl Martin Abel L Williams John Lynde Alva 
vSimons Joel Bass jr. EzraJocelyn Win S Beckett. 

ChittCHdett Cottttty. 

Robert \\ hite, | AssisUnt Jud'res of the CuanUj Court. 

Ldney H renniman, ) n j j 

Horace Ferris, Burlington, Sheriff. 
Luther P Blodgctt, Hiirh Bad'ff. 
Frederick G Hill, State'' s Altorneij. 
Charles Russell, Judge of Probate. 

Israel P Richardson, Isaac Dow, David K Pangborn, Jail Commis- 
sioners. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

BOLTOj\r. — John Pineo, Moses L Colton, Gideon Barber, John 
White, Sam'l B Kennedy, Joseph Smith, Jesse Jewell jr., Wm H Sa- 
bins, Saniuel Deavitt, John Bedee, Joseph Avres, Samuel Morse. 

jB(7/?Z./JV'G7'OA''.— Alvan Foot, John N Pome oy, William Wes- 
ton, Wm F Griswold, John Barstow, Lyman Cummings, John Bates, 
John Van Sicklen, Daniel P Adams, Phineas Lyman, George K Piatt, 
Charles F Warner, Isaac Warner, Ephraim Pike, John Heriick, Hen- 
ry Mayo 2d, Wm Warner, John Peck, Nath'l A Tucker, James McM 
Shafter, James W Hickok, Joseph D Allen, Benj Edgecomb, Edward 
J Phelps, Daniel B Buckley, Michael Sinclair, Anson Bostwick, Hen- 
ry Tbonns, Wyllys Lyman, Charles Adams, Charles Russell, Asahel 
Peck, Edward A Stansburv. 

CHARLOTTE.— ioWn Shennan, Ezra Holt, Elanson H Wheeler, 
Orrin Reed, Daniel C Lake, Midas Prindle, John J Bowton, David 
Cook, Almon Atwood, Wm E Siierman. 

COLCHESTER.— Hemy Boardman, S R Rathbun, Jacob Rolfe, 
Cyrus I'arrand, John S Webster, Ebenezer Walcott, Roswell Nevr- 
ton, Milton D Wiokw^ro, Alphonzo Rates, Wm C Whiteman, Leon- 
ard Wakefield, George Bates, John W Weaver, Arad Merrill, Joseph 
E Rhodes, Giles McNoU, George P Mayo, Alonzo Porter, Bradford 
Rixf'ord 

ESSEX. — Amasa Bryant, Samuel Page, Henrv Stanton, James H 
Delano, Pearl L Castle, L M Bates, T G Hill, F W Joiner. 



100 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

HIJ\i'ESBURGH.—?tep'n Byington, Nath'l Miles, John Whoelock, 
Wm B Veile, Elmer Beecher, Wm J Douglass, Howel C Flanegan, 
Nahum Peck, Levi F 'Benedict, John S Patrick, Philo Ray, !?eth S 
Douglass, Francis Wilson, Joseph Marsh. 

//C/JVT'/JVGrOjV.— James Arnbler, Hiram Carpenter, John Judson, 
John Snyder, Alexander Ferguson, Jeremiah Remingtun, Lyman Hall, 
Nathaniel Norton, Geo N Stevens, Stephen Sayles, Spencer D How- 
ard, George Eddy. 

JERICHO— Jamyn Hamilton, Hosea Spalding, Pufus Bishop, John 
laymen, Eraslus Field, Tsaac CBoetwick, Andrew Warner, Nehemiah 
Prouty, Orville Shaw, John T Clapp, Silas C Wetherby, Henry (Jakes, 
Edward Van Sicklen, Albeit Barney, Dana Bicknell, navid Fisii. 

J1/7jL rOJV.— Jacob Davis, Ira Witters, A G Whitt'emore, Gideon H 
Rice, John Hydf!, Ber.jimin Fairchild, Daniel H Onion, Orra Hol- 
brook, Eliakim S Fairchild, IS'athan Buineli, Rodolphus Si.nderson, 
Wm V Reynolds, Hector .Adams, George Ajres, Joseph W Allen, 
Hezekiah Oiin, Harvey Colton, Alfred Ladd. 

i^/C^./T/O.VZ).— Anson B Maynard, Artomas Flagg, Ezra B Green, 
Eli Hrown-on, Joseph A Hall, Royal Briggs, Amos B Cooper, Joseph 
Whipple, Saul Bishop, Ransom Jones, D D llumphiey, Benoni Thomp- 
son, Wm Devit, Robert J Robinson, licman Aldrich, Edwin Dellerson, 
Russel Brownson, Wm P Briggs, Giles Howe. 

SHELBURJ^E —Isaac Higbee, Asahel Nash, Lyman Hall, Ira A 
Collamer, Samuel Fletcher, William Harmon, Ezra Meech jr , Henry 
S Morse, Jonathan Lyon, Chester Blinn, Alvah 'J'yler, Ralph H Reed, 
Elihu Russell, Guy 1 racv, Hubbaid Chittenden, Jacob Maeck. 

ST. GEORGE.— Colonel Smith, OrloS Lockwood.Roswell Place, 
Wm M Sutton. Silas Isham. 

UjVDERmLL— Peter Martin, Almerin Sheldon, Seth W Mead, 
Luther Chamberlin, B .M Burbank, J. M Di.xon, Ahira Livingston, Al- 
fred Bicknell, Frederick Fletcher, Martin C Barney, Samuel Wells, 
Giles Reynolds, Ahira Richardson, James L Whitcomb, Harry P Mar-- 
tin, Eli Woodruff, Eli Whitton, John Danes, Joseph Wells, Seth W 
Huntley, A L L.-.ne. John H Tower, Ralph Woodruff. 

IVESTFORD.—DjLii'l Macomber, Amos Hobart, George Farns- 
worth, Hosea B Bates, John Parker, Hannibal P Wood, Stephen Cas- 
tle, Reuben Farnsworth, Salmon Cushman, Martin P Rice, John Ha- 
zleton, Isaac Chase, Tyler Chase, Timothy Sibley, Thomas Haynes, 
Zenas N Robinson, John W Hale. 

rF/Z.L/iT'OJV.— Truman Chittenden, David French, John Brown jr., 
Chauncey Brownell. Rufus Walstun, .\. than Stf arns, Zimri Root, 
Alonzo F Saxton, Elishu Miller jr.. Esbon SanforJ. CW Brownell, 
Roswell B Kay, All)ert J Fuller, Austin Ishum, Hairy Miller David 
A Murrav, Asa B Murray, Herald Stevens, George N Wakefield, Wm 
H French. 



Daniel Baldwin, / ^^.,;^,,^„j j^^,,^^ ,f ^^^ Qvunty Court 
Henry Dougla.ss, \ "= •' ^ 

Addison Peck, Montpelier, Shen^ff. 
Leonard Keith, Il.orh Bailiff. 
Newell Kinsruan, 6ta e''s Ai.torvey. 
Jeremiah T Marston, Jad^re nf Probate. 

Alfred Wainwright, « yrus Ware, Silag C French, Jail Commis- 
sioners. 

JUS I ICES OF THE PEACE. 

B.9RRE.—Ch-Ap\n Keith, Stephen Fre'man, JohnTwing, Peter Jo- 
honett jr. Jeremiah Eilis, Otis Peck, Jacob Scott, Joshua i wing. 



COUNTY OFFICFR9. 101 

Newell Kinsman, Elijah D Wheeler, Webber Tihlen, Josiah Wood, 
John Walker, Jesse Scott, David Sargents, Leonard Keith, Euos W 
Farewell, Rodney Hradtbrd. 

BERLlJ\r. — Osnian Dewey, Asa Andrus, Orrin Smith, Ja's R Lang- 
don. Josiah Jienjaniin, C C bullock, Ja's V t'oriey, Frederick Hovey, 
Elijah Nye jr. Porter Perrin, A L Baldwin, Daniel Chandler jr. Oli- 
ver Clark, Joseph Hill, Harvey Johnson, Jonas Goodenow jr. Orion 
Clark. William Ellis, A K Warren, Scth P Braman, Elijih Covill. 

C^L^ IS.— Gideon Hick.*;, Nathaniel Eaton, .Shubiel Wheeler, Lu- 
ther Morse, Richard W Toby, Asa George, A onzo Pearce, Nelson A 
Chase, Enoch «, McLoud, Welcome Whee'ock, Jabez Mower, Abdie! 
Kent, Charles Diidloy. Lewis Wood, Joseph Blanchard, .ia's H Cole. 

Z)6'^X^C/'/JF.— Gilman Huntley, David Helding, Benjamin Holmes, 
Nathan Huntley, E'lenezer W Corse. Ira Aims, Kutty Lewis, Luther 
Grave* jr., Lyman C Turner, Johu Towle, Benjamin Davis, Gilbert 
Huntiev, Wm F (,'hatterton. 

F.^rsrOJV.— Eli Bruce, Jacob Bovce, S C Parker, Wm Bigsby. 

GOSHEM GORE BY PLjiljYFlELD.— Jon Mhsan Perkins. 

J\]J1RS Ht< IE LD— Horace. Hollister, Jacob Putnam, Edwin Pitkin, 
Haivey Colburn, William Moore, Hiram Potter. Bowman B Maitin, 
Abicl H Davis, Ira Smith, Richard Mears, Trui Eaton, Jabez L Car- 
penter, Hiram L Goodwin, Daniel Bemis, Abijah Hall, Solomon L 
Gil man, Henrv W' Gil man. 

jyiIDDLE6EX.— HoTuCe Holden, Thomas Stowell, Wm S Cl.irk, 
Jacob S Lidd, Oliver A Cham'ierlin, Stephen Herrick, Natli'l M Car- 
penter, Columbu.s C Putnam, Geo H Lewis, Wm D .Mclntyre, Aaron 
Ladd, John Poor. Leander Warren, Jacob C Steel, Ashley Blodgett. 

J\l O^^TPELIER—Dauus Boydt-n, Parley Davis, Israel Goodwin, 
Natlianirl C King, Isaac Gate, Ijuciu? B Peck, John Spaldmg, Jona P 
Miller, Azel Sp tiding, Oiamel H Smith, John Vincent, Geo Howes, 
Lyman Briggs, Dan'l P Thompson, Gamaliel Washbnri, Sam'l S Kel- 
ton, Jackson A Vail, George Worthington, Wm W Cadwell, Rawsell 
R Keith, Homer W Heaton, Jeremiah T Alarston, (^ha's Sibley , Tho's 
Reed, Araunah Waterman, Joshua Y Vail, Cyrus W^ire. John J Wil- 
lard, Willi. im Martin, Rnyal Wheeler, Silas C Fiench, Alfre I W.tin- 
wriglit, Charles G Eastman, Rufu3 P Moses, Joseph A Prentiss, Fer- 
rand F .Merrill, Medad Wright jr., Addison Peck, Sylvanus Ripley, 
Charles Reed, Eben'r Scribner jr., Shubael P Short, Charles Walling, 
Salvin K Cdlins, C W Bancroft, Jamas T Thurston, Joseph Poland, 
Pardo!i StH^^ens. 

jl/OflETO/fJV.— John Howes, Alpheus C Noble, Daniel Harris, 
Charles Howe, Meshec Ware, Alpheus Bass, Joseph Sawyer, Micah 
B Taplin, Roger C Bulkley, Cordilia Walker, Horace Eaton, George 
Woodburv, Oon P Carpenter. 

J^ORTHFIELD —Calvin Cady, Oliver Averill, Heman Carpenter, 
Lu'ius Edson, Solomon Dunham, John L Buck, S.im'l U Richmond, 
William Nichols, James Gould, Gurdon Randall, Jesse Averill, James 
Palmer, Emanuel Sawyer, Mosis Robinson, Joel W'inc'i jr., V^olney H 
Averi 1, Asa V Rawson, Abiel Andrus, Henry Knapp, Geo K Coh- 
leigh, Gurdon P Kand ill. 

PLJilKFIELD — Amherst Perkins,Levi Bartlett, Reuben Huntoon, 
Sullivan BGdle, Ira Stone, Hanison Ketchum, John Vincent jr. John 
VV Batchelder 

ROXBURY—Ylora^cs M Nichols, Sam'l M • ihlreth, Benj Edwards 
jr. Henry S Koyce, Darius H itch, Allen Spa'ding, Stephen Pierce, 
Alvin Br.iliy, Charles Sampson, Luther Ainsworth, Wm vV Wood- 
ward, Benoni Webster, Stillman Ruggles, Philip Cram. 

WAIT6FIELD^ — Roderick Richardson, Jenison Jones, Sam'l Chip- 



103 COUNTY OFFICEBS. 

man, Orange Smith. Dan Richardson. Flirain Jones, fliram Joyalin' 
Cyrus. Joyslin, L S Grii'gs, J (' F.irffo, M S Jones. 

IVjIRRFM— Franklin A Wright, Wni B Tyler, Denslow Upham, 
Joseph A Hyjer, Aaron Rising, Tho's Sargent, Lewis Cardell, Rich- 
ard Kimbnll, Moses Oifhyav- 

WATERBURY —Eenry F Jar.es, Benj R Guptil, Wm W Wells, 
Leslie Gregg, Richard Demerit, Geo W Dillingham, John Wade, John 
Gregg, Ja's M Henry, Patrick Bryan, Rutus C Smith, Lorenzo D Sca- 
gel, Wiiliiim Carpenter, Joseph Moody jr. Elijah Marshall, Jeremiah 
Claris, G H Calkins. Ralph Worcester, Thad's Clough, Lemuel Lyon. 

WOODBURY— )StQpuen C Burnham. Joel Cilley, Asaph Town, 
Ja's R Xorcross, Isaac (Veils jr. I!erij Wheeler, Jacob S Jackson, Mi- 
chael Jackson, Ehenezer Bruce, Wintlirop Gove, Elias Heath, Sam'l 
Britain. Ira Mcboud, Joseph Parker, Serjeant F Bailey. 

WORCESTER— Ahe\ W hitney, Milt~on Brown, Geo W Leavitt, 
Wm H Cooper, Jonas .Abbott, Martin C Rice, Windsor Spear, Frank- 
lin Johnson, Martin C Brown. 



€'aIedonia Couitig, 

Moses Kittredge, j jg,,i^tant. Judges of the County Court. 

Lucius Deiiison, * -- .> ^ 

Oramel H Fieeman, Waterford, Sheriff, 

Simon Elancbard, Hiah Bailiff. 

Mordecai Hale, State'. ■i jSttornnj. 

Charles S Davis, .Judse of Probate. 

Charles Dana, David Boynton, Isaac B Gorham, JaiZ Commissioners. 

JUillCES OF THE PEACE. 

.B./?i?JV'Er— Mordecai Hale, Obed S Hatch, Hugh Somers, Peter 
Laird, V\'illiam Shearer, Loren Kenney, Josiah Johnson, Alexander 
Somer.'., James K Remi(-k, John Shaw, Silas Harvey, William Stuart, 
Walter Harvey. John Hawes, Levi P Parks, John H ('uriier, James 
Gilchrist, Wm Harvev. 

BRjiDLEY F^LJ: —Joshua Andrews, C R Homan, Dudley Hall. 

BURKE. — Ebm White, Isaac Denison, G-o W Denison, Asahel 
Burrini'ton, Philip W Smith, John Colby. Joel Trull jr. l^ewis Jen- 
kins, Almon S Bennet, Daniel Beck with. Charles C JSewell, George J 
Detiison, Asa Smith, F.benezer Darling, Denison Fy'er. 

CjSBOT.— Leonarrl Orcuti, Marcus O Fisher, Tinio P Ful'cr. Al- 
pha Webster, John Pamon, Geo W Stone, Tho's Osgood, Jacob Way, 
Caleb Fisher, Wm E Ualdo, Wm Lance, DanM Gould, Jewett VVal- 
bridge. Joseph Lance. Nathaniel Perkins, Anthony Perry, James At- 
kins, .leremiah Atki s, George Rosers, Tho's Lyiord jr. Roswel! Farr, 
Hu2h Wilson, M P Wallace. 

D.^XVII.LE — Jufikins Randall, Archelaus Sias, John F Pope, Sam- 
uel Ingalls. David T Batchelder. Geo W Diew, Salma Davis, Samuel 
B Mattocks, Simeon S ( ;lark, Asa Morrill, Joseph Morrill. Horace 
Evans, John A Page, Samu. I Sias, Geo R Chandler, Charks S Dana, 
Theron Howard, C harks Davis, Harvev Kelsey. 

GOSHEJSr GORE BY WjILDEM'.- Jacob Futch , Joseph Clark, 
Josiah Cheever. 

GROTOJV.— Isaac N Hall, John Darling, Wm Vance 2d. Hugh 
Dunn, Moses Buchanan, Thomas Wason, Joseph Potts, Daniel Rob- 
erts, Nelson VVhitcher, John Page, John Roberts, Wm Darling, Moses 
Burnham. 

7/^i?/)Jf/C^.— Daniel French, Orra Crosby, David Tuttle, Levi 
Goodrich. Simeon Sinclair, Amon Cheever, William Sanborn, Luman 
Hronson, Bliss N Davis, Sam'i Davis jr. Joshua St'ven'-, Silas Under- 
wood, Jonathan Foster, Dorman Bridgeman, Dan'l W Aiken, James 



COUNT? OFFICERS 103 



M Woodbury, Walter Doe, Rufus P Wliipple, James K Noyes, John 
L Pope, Enoch Smith, Handel S Chaplin, Ward Bailey, Amasa H 
Goodrich, Francis E Fuller, VN'illiam Biaii, Andrew il Biair, Benj 
Thomas, 

KIRHY. — James Church, MerrittNewhall, Jonathan Lewis, Albert 
W Burroughs, Luther Wood jr. Timothy Locke, Araunah Leach, t^te- 
phen Watkins jr. Benj Nutter, Chester W Carpenter, Benj Nickerson, 
Charles H Graves. 

Z/FJV/^OA" — Georje C Gaboon, Thomas Bartlett jr. Daniel Bowker, 
Lewis R Brown, :£tephen McGnffey, Charles Roberts, Bradbury Kich- 
ardson, Andrew J »^ illard, William O Fuller, John M Hoyt, Dan'l B 
James, John W Evans, Elhan.in W palding, Charles Ingalls, Roilol- 
plius Walker, George Jde, Alpheus Q.uimby, John H Skinner, benj 
ISanborn. 

J\rEWARK — Eleazer Packer, Amos Parker, Lauren M Sleeper, 
Austin Packer, Hiram AUard, Henry DolofF, William Cheney, John- 
son Smith, James Wire, Thtmias S .'^leeper, Charles Kinney, Horace 
B Root, Welcome Allard, Levi Sleeper. 

P KACHAM. — .\lan9on Stevens, David WChoate, Jacob Blanchard, 
Lyman Watts, Hazen Merrill, James Clark, Alexander Harvey, VVm 
Mattocks, Sam'l A Chandler, Harvey Blnnchard, Joseph Partridge, 
Isaac Watts, Nehein«ah Bradley, Uriah W Miner, Henry Walker, 
Orrin Martin, John Phillips, EC Chaniberlin, Simon Blanchard, Tris- 
tram Sanborn, I'enj Bicklbrd, Schuyler Merrill. 

RYEGATE—Soha Nelson, Archibald Park, James Hall 2d, John 
Camercm, John Higelow, Moses Moore, Thomas Nelson. Harry Moore, 
John McClure, Geo Cowles, Sam'l Knight, Robert Nelson. 

SHEFFIELD.— Mo^cs J)avi8, Nathaniel Elkins, Francis Jenness, 
James 'i ownsend, James Roberts, Elisha Davis, Hiel Bradley, Jona- 
than Taylor, Joel Chesley, .iosepb HIngalls, ChaunceyG Drown, Hi- 
ram Jenness, Jo^seph Ide, Jesse G Kinaston, John P Ingalls, Horace 
Drown, Samuel Bean, Samuel Willurd, Ezekiel Miles, Chauncey L 
fngalls. 

ST. JOHJVSBURY. — Jerry Dickermnn, Isaac Harrington, David 
Goss jr. David W Lee, John Morse, Luther Jeweit, Ezra Ide, Eben'r 
Severance, Hiram ''oberts, James H.irris, VVm P ^^toughton, Calvin 
Morrill, Moses Hill, Asa L French, Hiram Knapp, Gardner Wheeler, 
C J Wright, John Bacon, Lewis Pierce, Ephraim Paddock, Sanfoid 
Thayer, H Cobb, A G Chadwick, J P Fairbanks, J ubal Harrington. 

Si/TTOJV. — Luther Stoddird Jona Richardson, Nehemiah Shaw, 
Caleb Aldrich, Ralph Jacobs, Thadileus Curtis, Jonathan Pillsbury, 
Josiah Willey, Calvin Chase, Samuel Densmore, Jencks M Putnam, 
Nathan Way. David Giffin, David Chadwick, Wm Drown, Joseph Par- 
ker, .Micajah Willey, Wm Hulchinson, Mark F Blake, Horace Bing- 
ham, John Ladd ji. James Ru2g?es. 

tVALDEJ^.—Jdmes Bt- 11, Dan'l Wooster. Leonard F Edwards, Se- 
reno Montgomery, Simeon Farns worth, Isiac Patterson. 

WHEELOCK. — Sewall Bradley, Benjamin Conner, John W Brown, 
Edward M Alagoon, Jefferson Cree, Wil iam Cliase, Hollis Heath, 
Sam'l F Shatluck, Jefferson Leavitt.. Abner Hoyt, Charles Rogers, 
Samuel Nelson, Dudley Clark, Stephen Morgan ji Joseph F Darling, 
John Cofran, Nathaniel Hart, Richard Stevens, Dan'l Wheeler, Aaron 
Melvin jr. Wm Smith, John on Beaa. 

WATERFORD —ionjih Carpenrter, Joseph fde, Crowell Cham- 
bfnrfin, Lucius S Freeman. John Felch, Richard F Rowell, Jeffeison 
Hos ner, Jonathan D toddard, Abel Goss. Rufus Hurlburt, Lyman 
Hibbard, Wm Hovey, Danforth Cheney, Joseph Felch, Royal Ross, 
Abner Miles, Lord D Hill, John A Gould. 



104: COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Orleans County, 

Elijah Cleveland, > ^^gi^iant Judges of the County CourL 
Harry Baxter, J & J a 

E G Slronjr, Browninston, Sheriff. 
Noves Uopkinsort, High Bailiff. 
Naihan S Hill, State's Mt.omey. 
Jacob Bates, Jiidae of Probate. 

Thomas Jameson, Lake Spencer, Samuef Conant, Jail Commission- 
ers. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Jl LB.^JVY.— 'Penx]ey Hyde, EH ChamberRn, Orrin Austin, Medad 
Dai-lino^, Luther Delano, Edward Flint, Dyer Bill, Luke Storey. 

B.^RTOJ\~.— John H Kimball, Alexander Wright, Jes5.e Goodenow, 
Jos F Brown, Samuel Chaniberlin, Henry Catler, A S Edwards, Jos 
Owen, David S Abbott, Benjamin Smith, Gilhert Ellis, Horaee Pierce, 
Richard Newton, J Mansfield, A E Rol)inson. 

BRO ff'J\'IJ\rGTOJV:—i N Savage, ChesterGilbeit, William Gilfil- 
Inn, Timothy Joyslin, J F Skinner, Lalhrop Chamberlin,Paperiemick, 
William Joyslin", T C Stewart, Gilman Esty, Wilder C Parker. 

CHJiRLESTOJ\r.— i:\hbaiBing\mm, Earl C;ite, LWC^dlk, Dur- 
kee Cole, Elijili Robinson, Jedediah Skinner, Ira Warren, E D Good- 
win, John W Palmer, S B Cooley, N S Clark, John W Bebee. 

C0VEJ\rTRY—Oren Alton, "OT Eiown, PhiFip Flanders, EM 
Gray, Thomas Guild, H S Jones, S S Kendall, John W Mussey, Isaac 
Parker, Charfes Story, Lnther Morrill, Greenleaf Boynton, D P Wal- 
worih. 

CR.^FTSBURY.— James E Barnhain, Noah Spalding, Nathaniel P 
Nels()r>, Geo F Sprague, James A Paddock, Nathan S Hill, Samuel C 
Crafts, Geo U Cook, Joseph Scott, Wm J Hastings, John VV Mason, 
Silas Grow, Alvah R Krench E C Hovey. 

DERBY. — Orem Newtomb, Joseph Bates, L C Bates, Sam'l Che- 
ney, Zenas Cobb, .leremiah Glines, Benjamin Hinman, Hiram House, 
EG Johnson, A B Moore, Erigbam Pike, Otis Thcmpson, William 
Verback, James Way, Aaron llinman, Levi Spalding,, N S Benham, 
Dnniel Cobb J L Edwards, W P Bates, L L Coliiei, David M Camp, 
Henry F Prentiss. 

GLOA'Ei?.— Solomon Dwinell, C C Hardy, Jos H Dwinell, Cyrus 
Bemis, Moses H Mason, George Leonard, S S Seaver, I B Smith, Jo- 
seph Barker, Mark Nutter, Itaac N Cushman, Fordyce S French, John 
Crane, A P Bean. 

GREF.JV-:BORO\— George H Page, Samuel Hill, Ezekiel Rand, 
Eraslus Blanchard, Josia?i N Stevens, William Bailey, Nathan Cut- 
ler, b A Randall, Hamilton Stimpson, Charles Cook, John C Tibbats, 
John Sawver, Samuel Baker, Merrill WHliams. 

HOLL.^JVD.—J C Robinson, Aaron Davis, Or.= on AGrow, William 
Hall, Lewis Albee, Jos Fletcher, Moses Patiee, Hezekiah Ingerson. 

JRJI SB URGH.— Thomas Jameson, Jesse Cooper, T P Redfield, 
Jonas Kidder, Joseph Knights, Natlianie'^Daggett jr., Alexander Jame- 
son, H M Bates, M B Kimball, Simon K Lock, John Guild, Joseph 
Wiggins, Luke Spencer, John H Premiss, Mark Drew, Hubbard Has- 
tings, Geo WoEtliinglon jr., A A Wei ster, Sam'l Conant, F Ranney. 

X^F.— V\m Williams jr., Willard Walker, John Young, Lanson 
Sanborn. 

LOWELL— W G Aldr'ch, John Harding, Samuel Warren, Rufus 
Brown, Charles Leiand, Herod Farman, John D Bardiag, David Dana, 
Amasa Paine. 

MORGAJ^.—'i S Corey, Simeon Albee, W S Parker, David Ham- 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 



105 



blet, John Piper, Jotham Cummings, Charlea Cummings, Reuel Cobb, 
John iMcCuniy. Jo.«hua Emeiy, Zenas Baril^^tt 

J^^EH'PORT. — Seymour Lane, Orville Daggett, Polomon Jennessy 
Orville Robinson, \Vm Moon, Joel R Daggett, Arnold Piouty, Tinw 
B Pri'tt, Geo VV Wright, Peter Wheelock, VVm Xiles. 

SALEM. — Daniel Chase, Samuel Blake, Horace Crandall, Isaac C 
Smith. 

7'/? OF.— William Billings. Ezra Johnson, Samuel Sumner, Tho'sJ 
Sartwell, Norman Boardman, Ralph I'hamberlin, Curtis Phelps, A J 
Rowel). N H Downs, Ira A Bailey. Henry Coiey, John Hamilton, Eras- 
tus Booth, Harrison Atwood, Sam'l H Hovey. Charles H Parker. 

IVESTFJELD. — Chester Coburn, Luther Page, Franklin Chamber- 
lin, Jeie Hodgkins, StepJien Roberts, Geo Sloughtun, James Brown, 
Jarius Stebbins. 

IVESTMORE—Yetet Gilman, Calvin Gibson, Carlton Cheney, 
John M Kibbee. 



Ft'anhtin County. 

fJnatl a.fH"kubba.d, \ '^-'*'^^^<^"« J'^'^S^^ "/ ^^e County Court. 
John S Foster, S wanton. Sheriff. 
Orson Ciipenter, Hig/i Bailiff. 
Homer E Royce, S ale\^ Aiiorney. 
Jamns D.ivis, Jad^e of Probate. 
Bates Turner, Jasper Curtis, Joseph H Brainard, Jail Commission- 
ers. 

Jt'STICES OF THE PEACE. 

BAKERSFrELD.—>iUs B Hazletine, John Morse, Wm C Wilson^ 
CalvinEwing, Seth 0;ikes, Lyman Wells, Samuel Woodward, Jesse 
Dniiham, Ch.irles C >tone. Earl ."^milie, Cyrus Barnes. 

BERKSHIRE. — Wm C Ellsworth, Joseph Smith, Linus Leavens,. 
Lucius II Wheeler, Hiram Darling, Eliaa Babcock, Sheldon S Brewer, 
Ja's C Stone, Alvin Hall, Lswis Ewing'^, Heniy Cummings, W S Ru- 
ble ', Olivt r Au.vii i, H S Rovce Paschal P Leavens, Harry Woodruff'. 

EJVO SB URGH — HoTV^Uo N Barber, Moses M Cbasoberlin, Dennis 
Sampson, George Adams, Samuel Dow, Chester Waller, Lyman R 
Barnum, Bennet Eaton, D M Ladd, Samuel H Stevens, Theophilus 
Mansfield. Theodorus PI itt, Philander Chidwick, Cha's B Maynard. 

FAIRFAX— Jos D Farnsworth, Hiram Bellows, Ja's H F.irnsworlh, 
Joseph Pjrmelee. Joseph Hunt, Airon H Orton, Cha's H Beman, Ben] 
Riciiard.son, Lucius R Beman, George Buck, James Bellows, H E 
Hubbell, Heman Hunt, Elijah Story, J H Richardson, R L SafTord,. 
Horace W^ells, Joseph Learned, R S Cushnian, Zenas PBascom, Reu- 
ben Dewey, Theron Webstor, Albert Ufford. 

FAIRFIELD. — Joab Smith, Joel Barber, Jos A Farnsworth, Lyman 
Royce, Bradley Soule, Josepii Soule, Joseph Bowdis-h, Seymour Al- 
len, Bradley Barlow, Samu 1 Perlny, Tho's Fitzgerald, Horatio Wake- 
man, Stephen Marvin, P G Stone, Harmon Northrop, Hiram Chan- 
dler, Fayette Hul , Albert G SouIj, Isaac T Story, Sam'l Beardsley^ 

FLETCHER— John Kinsley jr., Joseph Ellsworth jr., Otis Sher- 
man, Royal T Bingham, El)enezer Bailey, Joseph King, Reuben Arm- 
strong, Albert Kinsley, Hiram G Benedict, Lucas Holmes. 

FRAJ\rK/.IJ\r— Peter Chase, Philip SGates, Dolphus Dewing, Paul 
Gates, Nahum Temple, Asa Gallup, Eleazer Olmsted, Reuben Towle 
jr., <'liarle^ Felton, John H Cheney, S C Noble. 

OKORGIA. — Solomon Bliss, Stephen T Learnerd, Ira Hinckley, 
Lorenzo Junes, Cyrus Hotchkiss, David Fairchild, Alanson Blair, Wm 
R Warner. Hiram H Hale, Isaac P Claik. 



i lOiJ COUNTY OJFICERS. 

1 HlGHOjiTE —Waher C Stevens, Eil^ar R Frost, Mark R Averill, 
I Harvey Stone, Cassius P Pearce. James Hag iboom. Daniel Fillmore, 
I Abel Druiy, Z K Drurv, Clark Albee, Nathaniel M'Clure, Joseph A 
j Cutler, John G.Saxe, Zebina Bliss, Jesse Cutler, Dorwin E Hyde. I D 
I Lookinland, Noah Best, Luther Hyde, Valentine R Goodrich, David 
j Sunderhind. 

I jMOJVTGOjyTERY—R\jfus Hamilton, 13 W Fuller, Dan'l H Bailev, 
Asa Wheeler, Joshua Clapp, Hiram H Kawson, John L Clapp. 
i RICHFORD -^Sohn S Rovce, Jesse VVoodruft", John Huse, Silas P 
Carpenter, Alden Sears, Reuben Rounds, Ariel Parker, Zopher Fletch- 
: er, Wm Y VVeishman, Joseph Noyes, Guy C Rovce, ^Vni Cowles, Jay 
; Powell. 

tSHELDOAZ — Amasa M Brown, Andrew Duikee, Augustus Burt, 
Joel Whitney, Jonas Brown, Lemuel Adams, Lloyd Mason, Jacob 
Saxe, Bryant Hall, M G Martin, Capion Freeman, I P Clark, Jacob 
We ad. 

ST. JlLBji.YS— Jos H Brainaid, Asa O Aldis, John Nason, Alan- 
son L Wright, Wm H Bell, Zebdiel Tracy, John G Smith, A H Hunt- 
ington, D R Bogue, H E Sevmour, Wm N Smith, D.iniel R Potter, 
Martin W Hunt, H B Sowles. E L Janes, L H Nuttinj, Renjimin H 
Smalley, Heman Green, Charles J Saxe, H R Beardsley, Horace Liv- 
ingston, Charles Stilphen, Bates Turner, Coivdon Beckwith, William 
Bridges, Ralph Lasseil. Michael F Pilmer, Joseph Weeks, Julius H 
Brooks, Cornelius Sulphen, Romeo H Hoyt. 

S/f03JVrOJV.— V S Ferris, Fdwin M Ferris, Alfred Forbes, George 
W Foster, >orman L Whittemore, Michael E Housin^or, Jeremiah 
Sanborn, Wheelock S Thayei, Orrin Wood, Warren Robinson, Asa G 
Bennett, Cajsar A Mead, Hiram Tuller, Jonathan Wail, Lewis Janes, 
Roswell Mears jr., Abel Smith, Jared Spalding, George Green, Sha- 
drack Hathaway, Joseph Blake, Ira Church, Cornelius Wood. 

JLatHoillf County. 

Vernon W Waterman, > » ■, ,t j i, .1 r~, 

Alphcus Morse \ ■^^^^^'"^^ Judges of the County Court. 

Jason Crain, Cambridge, Sheriff. 

Geo W Bailey, High Bailiff. 

Wm W White, StMfe-.i: ^ttomeif. 

Lucius H Noyes, Judcre of Probate. 

G A Eaton, Wesley Mathews, John C Page, Jail Commissioners. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

BELVIDERE.—A K Whittemore, Alvah Chaffee, Moodv Shat- 
tuck, Ephraim S Holmes, Siickney Hodgkins, Moody Shutuck"jr, 
C.^ l/fiiJ/DfrE.— JasBGilinore, Martin Armstrong, PT Dickerson, 
I David French, Norman Atwood, Jesse Sears, Kensellaer Reed, Benj 
Barrett, Farewell Wetherbv. Addison Soule, Andrew Story, Harry 
Reynolds, Willird Griswold, Henry Sahin, H NLathrop, Elias Chad- 
wick. Joseph D .Morgan, Erastus Cady, Columbus C Chadwick, Am- 
brose Chase, Oel Safford, .Martin Wires, Miles Bennett, Lewis Pack- 
er, G rdnerG.ites, Henry Stowell Wm H Law. 

I EDEM—iohn T Pratt, Daniel Melvin, Samuel Plumley jr , Philo 
i A Matthews, Moses Mason, Winslow Wheelock, Amada Stevens, 
feri?reon Ingalls, Stephen B Clough. 
I £1-71/0/?/';.— Simeon Bri<lge, Charles S Parker, Wm Flagg, Free- 
I man D Matthews, Joseph W Biyant, Joseph C Bailey. 
I ffYDEPjSRK.— Lucms H Noyes, Harlow P Smith, Philo G Camp, 
I Jesse B Noyes, John C Page, Nehemi ih Waterman, Horace Ha/.en, 
j Aaron Keeler, James Newland, Ariel Hunton, Joshua Sawyer, Elisha 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 



107 



Boaidman, Fiancis Smalley, David Campbell, R H Crosby, A B Mor- 
rill, N P KeeJt'r, Pol nion liiown, Ira Herrick. 

JOMjYSOJ^i. — Au;;ustus Young, Andrew Dow, Sewell Newton, 
William Simons, Samuel Andrews, Cornelius Lynde, W W V^hite, 
J J BeaidsJey, C B Taylor J C Dodge, Gardner Leace, Thomas Wat- 
erman. Dexter Wliiting, Geo W Hill.s. 

JiI^J\:\SFJELD —Lynda Ad \ms, DA Marshall, Sylvester Edson, 
Wm Nason, Jame* Morrison, Elislia A Town 

jyiORRJSTOIVJ^. — Luthei Bingham, Samuel A VVillard, Nathan 
Gates, Horace Powers, Vernon P Noyes, Nathan Perkins, Joseph 
Sears, Benoni Sl;aw, Hiram Earl, Verizon VV Waterman, Lathrop 
Eaton, Jolin Miles, John Ferrin, Almerin Tinker, G A Eaton, L P Po- 
land, Jsauc Allen, Charles Goss, Geo VV Gates, Nehemiah Town, 
Frederick Powers, Geoige Small, Nelson Slocomb, Calvin Burnett, 
D F Gates, N H Safford, John West, A C Boardraan, Warren Spal- 
ding. 

STERLIJVG.— Closes Vilas, Arad Baker, Oliver Sandeis, James M 
Campbell. 

SrO/f.— Warner Keflogg, Lemuel Thomas, O W Butler, Zebina 
W Bennett. Joseph H Bennett, Ahner Fuller, Richard Wait, .Marvin 
Dutton, George Ravmond, J W Rand, Samuel Benson, H E Barnes, 
Harry McAllister, P P Delano, D T Allen, Oren Perkins, H F Town, 
Nath.'in Robinson, B C Davis, Nathan Foster. 

H'jSTERFJLLE.—.Wpheus Morse, Joseph D Freeman, Osgood Mc- 
Farland, Welcome S Brown, Jesse C Holmi s, Sylvanus Willey, Ste- 
uben L Hemingway, David V\ iley, G W Wilber. 

fVOLCOTTi—W G Ferrin, Joel Davenport, John Hawes, Gilbert 
Noyes, Ephraim Ladd, Alger Jones, Seaver Chamberlin, David G Pen- 
nock, Charles G Moulton, John A WliitneV; Isaac Pennock. 

Essex County* 

Reuben C Benton, ) ^^gi^farit Judges of the County Court. 
Horace Hubbnrd, \ => •> ^ 

Greenleaf Webb, Guildhall, Slieri^, 
Preston May, Hurli Ba.liff. 
Wm T Barron, State's ^ttn-rney. 
Jonah Brooks jr., Judu'p- of Probate. 

John Dodge, Marcus A Webb, David E Dcnison, Jail Commission- 
ers. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

BLOOAfFJELD.—Manw French, Jere'h Wright, Orlando Schoff, 
Selden Burbank, William Burbank, William Stevens, Samuel N Sil- 
ver, J J Holhrook, Prince Snow. 

BRIGHTOjY.—EViiis Aldrich, John Stevens, Amos Currier, Jason 
Curlier. 

BRUJVSIVICK— George Marshall, Elias TayJoi, J B English, John 
D French, Luke Fitts. 

C/?jVV?./?A^.— Gilbert L Frist3ell, Fletcher J Gamsby, Heman Nich- 
ols, Jonathan Hoyt, Matthias Weeks, Nathnn FrisselJ, Alex'r .M Den- 
nt'tt, John L Ingalls. Hugh Kennedy, K B Fletcher, Moses Morrill. 

COjVCOfiZ).— Nathan J Giaves, John G Darling, Wm Buck, David 
Hibbard, Harvey G Fry, Moses Hill, Warner Bingham, Rufus H 
Woodbury, William B May, John Morse, Sam'l G Babcock, Jenniscm 
Carruth. 

EAST K.3 VEJSr.— Russel Hosford, Manning Walter, Kittredge 
Hudson. 

ORAJ^''BY. — Ashley Appleton, Jona Matthews jr., Henry Harts- 
horn, Abram VV Rice. 



108 



COUNTY OFFrCERS. — COLLEGES. 



GUILDHMLL.—iohn Dodge, JohnNicliols, Henry Meacham, Wm 
H Hartshorn, James Steele, Wm Hey wood jr., Moses Rogers, Wm T 
Barron, Marcus A Webb, Timothy Faiichilil, Alexander Jose, Daniel 
Keith jr. 

ZEjUM'-GT'OJV.— Abdiel Blodgett, Thomas Holbrook jr., Stephen 
Harris jr., Lemuel Allen. 

LUJVEJV'BURGH.-^Siephen Howe, Miron S Chandler, Mitchell 
Silsbee, Jonah Brooks jr., Selh Cutler, Reuben Bell, John W Hirts- 
horn, Leland Snow, James Mor.^e jr., Charles Eames, Willard King, 
Alexander Lang, Daniel Cheney 2d, John S Chirk, Wm Chandler. 

j\MIDSTOJVK.— Dimie] I' Grow, Samuel D Merrill, John Dewey, 
Benjamin Follan-ibee, James Cowles, Moody Rich, Charles Stevens. 

VICTORY.— Uiiiic R Houston, Chelsea Hildreth, Eber Stearns, 
John Gates, Harlan Keyes, James Toll. 

IVEJVLOCK.—Jiimf.s V Blake, James Corey, John Cargill. 

Gvand Isle County. 

Henry H Reynolds, / a ■ , ^ r ^ ^ , ^ 

Lorenzo Hall \ •^^^^^'■"■^'t Judges of the County Court. 

Davi.l G Dixon, South Hero, Sheriff. 

Pardon Dewell, High Bailiff. 

Frederick Hazen, State\-c Attorney. 

Jabez Ladd, Judge of Probate. 

Wm H Russell, Elihu Parks, Abner Ladd, Jail Commissioners, 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

./3LB?7i?GF.— Orlando Bell, Joseph M .Mott,Geo W Goodrich, John 
M Sowles, Frederick Hazen, Giles Harrington, ^Mbert S iVIatthews, 
Bajrber E Reynolds, Wm H Darley, Darwin H Berry, Abram Ladue. 

GRjSJVD isle —Samuel B Gordon, D E Griswold, Edgar Mir>kier, 
Lewis Ladd, George W Hyde. 

ISLE LA MOTr.—Carmi Hall, Amasa L Holcomb, Henry Pike, 
Joseph H Eddy, Henry S Fisk, Dyer Hill. 

J^ORTH HERO.— Asa Moone'y, Elisha Hibbard, John W Brown, 
Nathaniel Holbrook jr , Joel Town, Joel Allen, David Harvey, Harvey 
Darby, Wm H Russell, David Strong. 

SOUTH HERO.— hewh Mott, Wm H Keeler, Lorenzo Hall, So- 
lon S Clark, James Kent, Abraham Harding, Abner B Landon, Lucius 
Barnes. 



Colleges &c. in Vermont. 

Tfiiivet'sity or Wermottl, Bailnigtnn.—Rev. John Wheel- 
er, D D., Presidr.nt. PriiJes^iirs—(^n.>rze^\N yWyn Benedict, M. A., 
Natural History and Chemistry ; Rev. Joseph Tortev, M.A., Intellec- 
tual and Moral Philosnpjiy ; Farrand Northn.p Bened"ict, M. A., Math- 
ematics and Civil Engineering; Henry Clianey, M. A., Natural Phil- 
osophy ; Calvin Pease, M. A., Latin and Greek Languages ; Rev. 
Wm G T Shedd, Professoi of English Literature. Catalogue, 1846,— 
not received. Commencement 1st Wednesday in August. Vacations, 
four weeks from Commencement, eight weeks from 1st Wednesd.y in 
Dec mber, and one week from the 'id Wednesday in May. 

^Hadlrbiuy College, JyiiUdlebuni.—Rev Benjamin Labaree, 
D. D., Pre.iulent. Prnfe.tsors,— Solomon Stoddard, A. i*l.. Languages; 
Alex'r C Twining, A. M., Natural Philosophy, Mathematics, and Civil 
Engmeering ; C B Adams, A. M., Chemistry and Natural History ; 
Rev. James Meacham, A. M , Professor of Rhetoric and English 
Literature ; S Pearl Lathrop, M. D., Instructor in Botany ; Eiier H 
Munger, A. M., Tutor. Catalogue, 1846,— Seniors 15, juniors 15, 
sophomores 20, freshmen 20—70. Commencement 4th Wednesday in 



COLLEGES. — BENEVOLENT I SSTI TOTIO i\ S, ETC. 109 



July. Vacations, four weeks from Commencement, eight weeks from 
the last Wednesday in November, and one week from the 4th Wednes- 
day in April. 

•\ortvich WJnivefsify, ^''orwich. — Truman B Ransom, M. A., 
President, and Professor of ISaiural Philosophy, Practical and Milita- 
ry Science, and Political Economy ; A Loveland, .M. A.._ Vice Presi- 
dent ; Alonzo .lackman, M. A., Professor of JNlathematics ; Benjamin 
F Marsh, M. A., Professor of Civil Engineering; Rev. James D But- 
ler, M. A., Professor of Lmgunges and English Literature ; Charles 
E Denison, Tutoi in the Languages. Siudents, 1846, — 88, preparato- 
ry department 17 — total 105. Commencement 2d Thursday in July. 

t^frauouf JfSt dical €'ottrffe. Woodstock. — Incciporated, 
Oct. 26, 1835. — President, Henry H. Childs, M. D.; Vice President, 
Benj R Palmer ; Sec- eta y, Norman Williams ; Treasin er, John A 
Pratt ; Board of Exaniiners, (appointed by the Supreme Court,) Dyer 
Story, .M. D., Job Lyman, A M., Joseph A Denison, M. D., lev. W 
Wright, A. M., S P Danforth, .M. D.; Ddesates fruinthe Vt. Medical 
Socitty, Wm II Rockwell, M. D., Orrin Smith, M. D., for 1846, E C 
Worcester, M. D . Horace Match, M. D., for 1847. Faculty of Medi- 
cine, — Heniy H Chiids, M. D , Professor of the Theory and Practice 
of Medicine ; Hon. Jacob Collamer A. M., Professor of .Mediciil Ju- 
risprudence ; Alonzo Clark, M. D., Professor of the Institutes of Med- 
icine and Pathological Anatomy ; Benj K Palmer, M. D., Professor of 
General, Descriptive and Surgical Anatomy ; Elisha Bartlett, M. D., 
Professor of Materia Medica and Obstetrics ; Edward M Moore, M. D , 
Professor of the Princi|)les and Practice of Surgery ; Chester Dewey, 
M. D., Professor of Chemistry and Botany ; R G W English, M. D., 
Demonstrator of \natomy. Medical Lectures commence on the first 
Thursday in March, and continue fourteen weeks, at the close of 
which, the public anniversary exercises are held and degrees confer- 
red. During the recess of |)ublic lectures a systematic course of in- 
stiuction is given in M;-dical Science 

Vanllfiott vfledirat Voliege^ Castleton. — Incorporated Oc- 
tober, 1818. — Presidem, Joseph Perkins, M. D.; Registrar, Ezra S 
Carr, M. D ; Treasurer, Isaac T Wright. Faculty, Joseph Perkins, 
M. 1)., Profe«^.sor of Materia Medica and Obstetrics ; Ezra S Carr, M. 
D., Professor of Chemistry, Natuial Hi.<lory, and Physiology ; William 
Sweetser, M. D., Professor of the Theory and Practice of Medicine ; 
Samuel Parkman, M. D , Professor of Descriptive and Surgical Anat- 
omy ; -Middleton Goldsmith, M. D., Professor of Principles and Prac- 
tice of ."^urgery , lion, ^-olon on Foot, A. M , Professor of Mt dical Ju- 
risprudence ; Aslibel S Pitkin, M. D., Demonstrator of Anatomy. — 
B:ia: d if Ezainmer-, (appoir.ted In tl>o Vt. State Medical Socitty,) 
Horace Eaton, M. D ,-S W Thayer, M. D., for 1847. Two courses of 
Lectuies are delivered annually in this College, each course continu- 
ing four months ; the Sp:ing ses.sion coiiiincncing on the last 1'hurs- 
d.iy in February ; the Aulumn.il session on the first Thuasday in Au- 
gust. 

T'roy Conff'i'eiiret,lcad*uttf, (MethodistEpiscopul,) Pouli- 
Hej/.— Rev. J. T. Peck, Piincip ,1. 

i J^^etcbiiry Seminary, ( Methodi.-: Episcopal,) JsTewbury. — No 
notici> received. ' 

I Benevolent Instil iitions, »Sz,c. 

I J^ertiioiit t^sylitHi, for the Mnnaiie, Brattlehoro\ Wm H 
1 Rockwell, M. D., ^uperinlendent and I'hysician ; State Commis- 
sioner for 1847, Caleb B H rrington, Esq., of Middletown. Patients 
I ill J84C, 46d ; discharged JCQj leaving 29L on the first of August. — 



110 BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. — CO. SUPER! NTtNDENTS, ETC. 

Of those discharged 94 lecovered. Terms $2 pet week for the first 
six months, and $1,50 per week afterwards. 

T'ertnoiti •Antiquarian and tSistorical Soriety, — 

Henry Stevens, Barnet, President and Librarian ; D P Thompson, 
Montpelier, Cor. Sec'y. Annual meeting at Montpelier in Octoher. 

J*ermoni Bible Society,— Man. Zimri Howe, Casileton, 
President; Rev. Jolin Gridfey, Montpelici, Secretary; H Y Barnes, 
Montpelier, Treasurer. Annual meeting at Montpelier, Wednesday 
after the 2d Wednesday in October. 

"fV. Cotonisation Society,— Hon. Sam'l C Crafts, Crafts- 
bury, Pres't; Rev. J K Converse, Burlington, Sec. ; Daniel Haldvvin, 
Esq., Montpelier, Tieas. An meeting at Montnelier, SdThurs. in Oct. 

General Con^. Convention ofJ^t., "] 

JDomestic mflisaionary Society, Rev. | Meet at Spiing- 
C B Drake, Royalton, Secretary and Agent, J- field 3d Tuesday 

T*t. Sabbath School Union, | in June. 

J^* If*. Biancli o€ui. Education So.,} 

1*t. State Ventpcrance Society, — Hon Wm Slade, Pres- 
ident ; E W Drury, Middlebury. Cor. Sec. Annual meeting in Jan. I 

Vermont Sabbath Union, — His Excellency Horace Eaton, j 
Enosburgh Presideiit ; Rev. John Gridley, Montiielier, Cor. Sec'y; j 
Henry IVutt, Montpelier, Treasurer. Annual meeting at Montpelier, I 
first Sabbath evening succeeding the 2d Thursday in October. 

t*erinont •Ifedical Society. — Dr. Jaines Spalding, Mont- i 
pelier, President ; Dr. J A Allen, Middlebury, Cor. Secretary ; Dr. J j 
Y Dewey, Montpelier, Treasurer. Annual meeting at Montpelier. i 



^uperiiitendeut.'^ of Coniiiioii ^clioois* 

His Excellency HORACE EATnX, Enosburgh, Stuic Sup't. 

COUXTY SUPERINTENDENTS. 
Bennington Co. — Rev Joseph D Wickham, Manchester. 
Windham — Rev. Addison Brown, Brattleboro'. 
Windsor — Rev. Joel Clapp, Woodstock 
Rutland— Thomas H Palmer, Esq., Pittsford. 
Addison— Rev. L L Tilden, Cornwall. 
Orange— J M Flint, Esq., Randolph. 
Chittenden — Rev. Simeon Parmelee, Underhill. 
Washington— Rev. E J Scott, Montpelier, (removed from the State.) 
Caledonia — Rev. Rufus Case, St. Johnsbury East. 
Franklin — Asa O Aldis Esq., St. Albans. 
Orleans — Hon. David M Camp, Derby. 
Jjamoille — Rev, Septimus Robinson, Morristown. 
Ei:sex— Rev. Thomas Hall, Guildhall. i 

'•r;ui.l Isle— Rev. O G Wheeler, South Hero.** ! 

5:5= For Town Superintendents, see town officers, pp. 30 to 53. j 



Vcrji-oiit State Prison. i 

Hiram Harlow, Superintendent; Silas H Jenison, Allen Wardner. I 

and Horace FUiCfld, Dire ctors ; Rev. Thomas Kidder, Chaplain. ' | 

V^otes for Jieinbers of Conjjress, 1840 — Ollicial. ! 

Dis. fVhi^. Loco. Third Party. Scat. 

H Wm Henrv, GG27 J D Bradley, 3071 O L Shafter, 1302 3661 

John Roberts, 912 j 

2 JCoIlamer, 54.57 H H Henry, 3854 T Hutchinson, 1733 62 

t3 Geo P Marsh, .5644 H E Hubbell, 3206 Noiris Dav, 1575 39 j 

;4 G B Chandler,5059 L B Peck, 5594 A J Rowell, 1981 39 j 

* Returns not all made, t Bristol, Ripton, Isle La Mott, and Al- j 

burgh not returned. J Holland and Alorctown not returned. | 



s^mnaaMAxtitsMzsKja 



BiNKS.— COMMISSIONERS TO TAKE DEEDS, ETC. 


lll| 


Abstract of tlie condition of the several Banks in I 


Vermont. August 184:6. 




CARLOS rOOLIDGC, Bai<k Commissiovcr for \Ml . \ 


Name of Bank. 


^^ 


■=.2 


ri, A =-' 




— "I' 




Ox 




Duo 

itors 
er bai 


o — 










34332 05 






Burlington 


l.'^OOOO 


119507 00 


303839 05 


324406 06 


Br;ittl(";b(iro', 


imm 


108606 00 


18243 93 


20 J 849 93 


202751 71 


Bellows Falls 


50000 


94286 00 


16998 45 


161284 45 


166085 97 


( 'aledonia 


50000 


78085 50 


167.35 01 


144820 51 


149406 19 


Farmers, 'Orwoll 


60000 


64102 00 


9237 43 


13.3339 43 


136408 14 


Far.fc ' ech.Bur. 


105000 


103678 00 


25322 65 


2340:10 65 


234277 19 1 


Manchester 


70000 


63186 00 


2730 94 


135916 94 


132371 73 


Midcllehury 


60000 


69998 00 


20.523 15 


149821 15 


151374 661 


Montpelier 


800110 


1.34719 00 


40032 74 


254744 74 


259338 89 


Newbury 


50000 


114463 00 


20195 94 


184658 94 


191605 48 


Orange County 


50000 


87252 00 


1633 00 


138885 00 


143019 68 


Orleans 


30000 


31333 00 


6833 23 


68106 23 


69607 72 1 


Poultncy 


50000 


70465 00 


17130 49 


137595 4;^ 


138398 82 ! 


Rutland" 


100000 


125212 00 


26264 68 


251476 68 


254922 76 | 


St. Albans 


50000 


6S945 00 


23996 28 


143941 28 


1.35954 66 ! 


Vergennes 


100000 


109913 00 


42224 69 


252137 69 


252793 56 


Woodstock 


50000 


115789 75 


17559 56 


183349 31 


189154 09 


1180000 


15.59835 25 


339992 22 3079825 47 


3131877 31 


I'he Black River Bank, Cavendish, had not gone intt 


J operation 


when this report was made. 




Commissioners in other sitates to take a< 


:li.no\vl- i 


eclgement of Deeds, Depositions, &c., for \'t. i 


Henry Martin, Providence, R. J. 




E F Hodges, A B Ely, Aath'l Richardson, Marshal M 


Chase, Al- 


exander S Campbell, Boston, Mass. 




Jonathan Ladd,\Vni P VVel)ster, Lowell, Mass. 




P T Woodbury, Troy, N. Y. 




E B Fisher, Cleveland, Ohio. 




Charles De Selding, Washington, D. C. 




B R Wood. S D Law, R J Holton, Albany, N. Y. 




v'Jamuel Miller, Rochester, N. Y. 




G E H Dav, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 




Wm G Sterling, John J Townsend, Charles T Bushnell, W C Bet.ts, | 


William 11 Woodward, H B CowJes, Horner H Stuart, Rus 


scll Smith, 


New York City. 




Salmon Mines, Manchester, N. H. 




John T Wait, Norwich, Conn. 




Albert S Hawks, Cincinnatti, Ohio. 




"^ H Phillips, Salem, Mass. 




Walter Chipman, Lansingburgh, N. Y. 




Wm A Crafts, Roxbury, Mass. 




Samuel L Clement, T J Miles, John Binns, Philadelphia 


, Pa. 


Charles B Lawrence, Quincy, Hlinois. 




Martin Lee, Granville, N. Y. 




Joseph C Morse, Ljckport, N. Y. 




T P Shaffner, Louisville, Ky. 





B 


113 COURTS IN 


VERMONT. — FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. j 




OS 

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Q 

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<i 

! P 

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% 

1 

1 
1 


COUNTY OOURTS. 

last Tu but one in Mar & 1st Tu af 4th Tu Sept. 

2d Tuesday In April and September. 

Ist after 4tb Tucs in April and 4th Tues Sept. 

2d Tuesday in June and December. 

2d do April and September. 

1st do December and 2d in Juno. 


4th do April and September. 
4th do May and 1st in November. 
3d do June and December. 
1st do May and 3d in November. 
Ist do June and December, 
last i^o May and 3d in December. 
4th . do Juno and December. 
2d do do do 


E 

1 
£ 

O 

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Q 

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oo 

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a> 

JS 

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a 
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£ « 

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2 ^ 

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Plrc Insurance Companies, all Mntnal. in force August 1, 1846, 10,7(i3, insuring property to the amount 

7,,/e. OlRce. Secretary. lof !i^9,233,424. Daniel Baldwin, President ; Joseph Reed, Vice 
Bennington County, Arlington, H Caniield. (President : J Y Vail, Secretary ; J T Thurston ^T'^-Z' 
Oran/e County, Chelsea, John W Smith. Directors, N H Bottom, Bennington Co., Henry Snuth Wind- 
Rutland and Addison Co., Biandon, Ezia June. jham, Horace Clark, Rutland Wm H Lyman Giand Isle, John 
Windham County, Newfanc, Marshall Newton. P Skinner, Windsor, Davis Rich, Addison, Jacob Kent jr., Or- 
Wii.dsor Coiintv; Woodstock, Lyndon A Marsh, 'ange, Carlos Baxter, Chittenden, David P Noyes, Lamoille, 
VT. MUfUAL FIRE 1NSIJRAN('E COMPANY. Daniel Baldwin, Jo.eph Reed, George Worthinglon, Jusepb 
Losses for the year ending August i, 184G, $29,2()9 :U. The Howes, John Spalding, Washington, Marcus O fisher, Cale- 
assessmenls laid amount to 4 3-4 i)er cent.— the average for 19 donia, Joseph Weeks, tranklin, barn 1 C Ciatts, Orleans, 
years is but a fru^ction over 3 per cent, per annum. Policies| 




SUl'REME COURTS. 

4lh Tuesday in December 
2d Tucs after 4th Tues in Dec 
4th 'J'h do do 
4ih Tnes do do 
6th do do do 

8th do do do 


9th do do do 
10th do do do 
13th do do do 
15th do do do 
1 6th do do do 
17th do do do 
18th do do do 
I] 9th do do do 




COUNTIES. WHERE HELD. COUNTV CLERKS. 

Chittenden Huiiington |E A Stanabury 
Franklin ISt Allans J H Brainurd 
Grand Isle JNorth Hero Joel Allen 
Adilison Midiilehury S;imuel S>vift 
Rutland Rutl ind F W Hopkins 

, i Bennington* Sam'l II Blackmer 
'^^""'""^"iMancbester 1 (Bennington,) 
Windham Newfuie Marsh:;ll Milter 
Windsor Woodstock Norman Williams 
Orange Chelsea Calvin Blodgctt 
Wastiing'n Montpelier Shubael Wheeler 
Caledonia Danville Samuel B Mattocks 
Esse^ Guildhall Isaac Cummings 
Orleans Irasbnrgh Henry M Bates 
Lamoille Hydepark Philo G Camp 










■mil 


II 11 ■ !■■■■ " ■! 1 • ">-"-■' 1 









RAILROADS IN ?fE->V ENGLAND AND NEW YORK. 


113 




Principal Railroads in jVe>v England and Bfevv j 






York, September, 184:6. 










Length 






States. 


RAILROADS. 


in 
Miles. 
50 


Cost. 




Maine, 


Portland, Saco and Portsmouth, 


1^200,000 




(( 


Portland and Montreal, part under contract, 








N. H., 


Concord, 


35 


750,000 




(C 


North'n, (Concord to Lebanon,) conalruc'g. 








({ 


Cheshire, constructing. 








(( 


Sullivan, chartered, 








(( 


Concord and Portsmouth, chartered. 








(f 


Nashua and Worcester, Mass., chartered. 








(C 


Wilton, (from Concord road to Marlow,) 
chartered, 








C( 


Concord to Haverhill, constructing, 








'Vermont, 


Vermont Central, constructing, 








(C 


Passumpsic and Ct. River, partcontrac. 








i u 


Champlain and Ct. River, located in part, 








(C 


Vt. and Mass., (Fitchburgh and Brattlebo- 
ro',) chartered. 








c« 


Vermont and Canada, (Burlington to Can- 
ada Line,) chartered. 








cc 


Western Vermont, (from Conn, and Cham- 
plain line to Bennington,) chartered, 








Mass., 


Boston and Maine, 


56 


1,485,461 




cc ' 


Boston and Maine extension. 


17 1-4 


455,703 




(< 


Boston and Lov/ell, 


26 


1,863,746 




(( 


Boston and Providence, 


41 


1,886,135 




cc 


Boston and Worcester, 


44 


2,914,078 




cc 


Berkshire, 


21 


250,000 




cc 


Charlestown branch. 




280.260 




. cc 


Eastern, 


54 


2,388;631 




cc 


Fitchburgh, 


50 


1,150,000 




cc 


Nashua and Lowell, 


14 1-2 


380,000 




cc 


Peterboro' and Shirley, (designed to inter- 
sect the Wilton N. H. road,) construct'g. 








cc 


Worcester and Nashua N. H., constructed 

in pait, 
Worcester and Providence, part construe. 








cc 


Hampshire and Franklin, chartered. 








cc 


New Bedford and Taunton, 


20 


430,962 




cc 


Northampton and Springfield, 




172,883 




(C 


Norwich and Worcester, 


68 


2,170,366 




cc 


Old Colony, 


37 


87,820 




cc 


Stoughton branch, 


4 


63,075 




cc 


Taunton branch, 


11 


250,000 




cc 


Vermont and Massachusetts, constructing. 








cc 


West Stockbridge, 


3 


41,516 




cc 


Western, (117 miles in Massachusetts,) 


156 


7,686,202 




cc 


W^orcester branch to Millbury, 




8,431 




cc 


Housatonic, 


74 


1,244,123 




Conn. 


Hartford and New Haven, ) 


38 


1,100,000 




cc 


Hartford and Springfield, \ 


25 1-2 


600,000 




cc 


Stonington, 


48 


2,600,000 




N. York, 


Attica and Buffalo, 


31 


336,211 




cc 


Auburn and Rochester, 


78 


1,796.342 









RAILROADS. — U. S. GO VEKrJMENT. 



114: 



N. York, |Auburn and Syracuse, 
" I Buffalo and A'iagara, 

Erie, (opened 53 miles,) 

Harlem, 

Hudson and Berkshire, 

Long Island, 

Mobawk and Hudson, 

Saratoga and Schenectady, 

Schenectady and Troy, 

Syracuse and Utica, 

Tonawanda, 

Troy and Greenbush, 

Troy and Saratoga, 

Utica and Schenectady, 



26 
22 
446 
26 
31 
96 
17 
^ 
201 
53 
43 
6 
25 



-2 



766,657 

200,000 

5.000,000 

2^250,000 

575,613 

1,610,221 

1,317.893 

303;658 

640,800 

1,115,897 

727,332 

180,000 

475,801 

2,168,165 



GoverniueiLt of tlie United States. 

JAMES K. POLK, Tennessee, President, Sal. $25,000 

GEORGE M. DAl,LAS, Pennsylvania, Vice President, Sal. $5,000 

MEMBERS OF THE CABINET. 
Jakes Buchahan, Pennsylvania, Secretary of State, 
Robert J. Walkss, Mississippi, Sec^y of the Treas., 
William L. Makcy, New York, 
John Y. Mason, Virginia, 

Cave Johnson, Tennessee, 

John Y. Mason, Virginia, 



Sal. 
Sal. 
Sal. 



eai. 



Secretary of War, 
Sec^y of the J^ary, 
Post Master Oeneral,Sa.]. 
.Acting Att'y 6en., Sal 



$6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
4.000 



T \v entyXiixth. Congress,, Second. Sessicu.. 

[meets on the first MONDAY OF DEC. 1846.1 

MEMBERS OF THE SENATE. 

Term expires. Term expires. 



Maine. — George Evans,* 1847 

John Fairfield, 1851 

JV. H:— Cha's G Atherton, 1849 

Joseph Cilley,* 1851 

Vermont. — William Upham,* 1849 

Sara'l S Phelps,* 1851 

Mass. — John Davis,* 1847 

Daniel Webster,* 1851 

R. Island. — Ja's F Simmons,* 1847 

Albert CGreene,*1851 

Conn.— John M Niles, 1849 

Jabez W Huntington,*1851 



1849 
1851 
1847 
1851 
1849 
1851 



JV. r.— John A Dix, 

Dan'l S Dickinson 

JV. J.— Jacob W Miller,* 

Wm L Dayton,* 

Penn. — Simon Cameron, 

Daniel Sturgeon, 

Delaware — Thomas CIavtoB,*1847 

John M Clayton,* 1851 

Maryrd.—Jsi's A Pearce,* 1849 

Reverdy Johnson,* 1851 

Virginia — Wm S Archer,* 1847 

I S Pennybacker, 1851 

A--, C— Willie P Mangum,* 1847 

Vacancy, 1849 

S. C— John C Calhoun, 1847 

Vacancy, 1849 



Georgia. — John M Berrien,* 1847 

Wm T Colquitt, 1849 

Alabama. — Dixon H Lewis, 1847 

Arthur P Bagby, 1349 

Miss. — Joseph W Chalmers, 1653 

Jesse Speight, 1851 

Louisiana. — Alex'r Barrow,* 1847 

Henry Johnson,* 1849 

Tenn. — Spencer Jarnagin,* 1847 

Hopkins L Turney, 1851 

Kentucky. — Ja's T Morehead,*1847 

Jno J Crittenden,*1849 

OAio.— William Allen, 1849 

Thomas Corwin,* 1851 

Indiana. — Edw A Hannegan, 1849 

Jesse D Bright, 1851 

/ZZinow.— James Semple, 1847 

Sidney Breese, 1849 

Missouri. — D R Atchison, 1849 

Tbo's H Benton, 1851 

Arkansas. — Chester Ashley, 1847 

A H Sevier, 1849 

JficA.— Wm Woodbridge,* 1847 

Lewis Cass, 1851 

F/orJda.— David L Yulee, 1851 

Ja's D Westcot, 1847 

Tcras. — Samuel Houston, 1849 

Thomas J Rusk, 1851 



MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 115 



JIEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

JUaine. — 1 John F Soammon, 2 Robert P Dunlap, 3 Luther Sever- 
ance,* 4 John D McCrate, 5 Cullen Sawtelle, 6 Hannibal Hamlin, 
7 Hezekiah Williams. 

JVew Hampshire. — Moses Norris jr., Mace Moulton, James H John- 
son, One Vacancy ; chosen by general ticket, 

Vermont.— I Solomon Foot,* 2 Jacob Collamer,* 3 Geo P Maish,* 
4 Paul Dillingham jr. 

Massachusetts. — 1 Robert C Winthrop,* 2 Daniel P King,* 3 Amos 
Abbott,* 4 Benjamin Thompson,* 5 Charles Hudson,* 6 George Ash- 
mun,* 7 Julius Rockwell,* 8 John Q,uincy Adams,* 9 Vacant, 10 Jo- 
seph Grinnell.* 

Rhode Island, — East, Henry Y Cranston,* West, Lemuel H Arnold.* 

Connecticut.r—l James Dixon,* 2 Sam'lD Hubbard,* 3 John A Rock- 
well,* 4 Tiuman Smith.* 

JVeiD York. — 1 John W Lawrence, 2 Henry I Seaman,t 3 Wm S 
Miller, t 4 Wm S Maclay, 5 Thomas Woodruff,! 6 William W Camp- 
bell,! 7 Joseph H Anderson, 8 Wm W Woodworth, 9 Archibald C 
Niven, 10 Samuel Gordon, 11 John F Collin, 12 Vacant, 13 Bradford 
R Wood, 14 Erastus D Culver,* 15 Joseph Russell, 16 Hugh White,* 
17 Cha's S Benton, 18 Preston King, 19 Orville Hungerford, 20 Timo- 
thy Jenkins, 21 Cha's Goodyear, ^ Stephen Strong, 23 Wm J Hough', 
24 Horace D Wbeaton, 25 George Rathbun,* 26 Samuel S Ellsworth, 
27 John DeMott, 28 Elias B Holmes^* 29 Cha's H Carroll,* 30 Martin 
Grover, 31 Abner Lewis,* 32 William A Moseley,* 33 Albert Smith,* 
34 WastiingZon Hunt.* 

JVeio Jersey.— 1 Ja's G Hampton,* 2 Georgs Sykes, 3 John Runk,* 
4 Joseph Edsall, 5 William Wright-* 

Pejinsijlvania. — 1 Lewis C Levin, t 2 Joseph R Ingersoll,* 3 John H 
Campbell,! 4 Charles J Ingersoll, 5 Jacob S Yost, 6 Jacob Erdman, 
7 Abraham R Mcllvaine,* 8 John Strohm,* 9 John Ritter, 10 Richard 
Brodhead jr., 11 Owen C Leib, 12 David Wilmot, 13 James Pollock,* 
14 Alexander Ramsay,* 15 Moses McLean, 16 James Black, 17 John 
Blanchard, 18 Andrew Stewart,* 19 Henry D Foster, 20 John H Ew- 
ing,* 21 Cornelius Darragh,* 22 W S Garvin, 23 James Thompson, 
24 Joseph Buffington.* 

Delaicare. — John W Houston.* 

Maryland.— I John G Chapman,* 2 Thomas Perry, 3 Tho's W Li- 
gon, 4 Wm F Giles, 5 Albert Constable, 6 Edward Long.* 

Virginia. — 1 Archibald Atkinson, 2 George C Dromgoole, 3 Wm M 
Treadway, 4 Edmund W Hubard, 5 Shelton F Leake, 6 James A Sed- 
don, 7 Thos H Bayley, 8 Robert M T Hunter, 9 John S Pendleton,* 
10 Henry Bedinger, 11 William Taylor, 12 Augustus A Chapman, 
13 George W Hopkins, 14 Joseph Johnson, 15 VVm G Brown. 

JVorth Carolina. — 1 James Graham,* 2 Daniel M Barringer,* 3 Da- 
vid S Reid, 4 Alfred Dockery,* 5 James C Dobbin, 6 James J McKay, 
7 John J R Daniel, 8 Henry S Clarke, 9 Asa Biggs. 

South Carolina. — 1 James A Black, 2 Richard F Simpson, 3 Joseph 
A Woodward, 4 A D Sims, 5 Armistead Burt, 6 Isaac E Holmes, 7 R 
Barnwell Rhett. 

Georgia. — 1 Thomas Butler King,* 2 Seaborn Jones, 3 Washington 
Poe,* 4 Hugh A Haralson, 5 John H Lumpkin, 6 Howell Cobb, 7 Al- 
exander H Stephens,* 8 Robert Toombs.* 

jilabama.—l Samuel D Dargin, 2 Henry W Hilliard,* 3 Wm L Yan- 
cey, 4 Winter W Payne, 5 George S Houston, 6 Reuben Chapman, 
7 Vacant. 

Mississippi. — Stephen Adams, Jefferson Davis, Robert W Roberts, 
Jacob Thompson ; elected by General Ticket. 



I 116 ESPRESErSTATIVES. U. S. JUDICIARY. 

Louisiana. — 1 John Slidell, 2 Bannon G Thibodeaux,* 3 John H Har- 

manson, 4 Isaac E Morse. 

j Ohio.—l James G Farran, 2 F A Cunningham, 3 Rob't C Schenck,* 
j 4 Joseph Vance,* 5 William Sawyer, 6 Henry St. John, 7 Joseph J 
I Mc Dowell, 8 Allen G Thurman, 9 Augusttxs L Perrill, 10 Columbus 
1 Delano,* 11 Jacob Brinkerhoff, 12 Samuel F Vinton,* 13 Isaac Parish, 

14 Alexander Harper,* 15 Joseph Morris, 16 John D Cummins, 17 Geo 
' Fries, 18 D A Starkweather, 19 Daniel E, Tilden,* 20 Joshua R Gid- 
; dings,* 21 Joseph M Root.* 

I Kentucky. — 1 Linn Boyd, 2 John H McHenry,* 3 Henrv Grider,* 
j 4 Joshua F Bell,* 5 Brvan R Youne,* 6 John P Martin, 7 Win P Thom- 
I asson,* 8 Garrett Davis,* 9 Andre'w Trumbo,* 10 John W Tibhatts. 
! Tennessee. — 1 Andrew Johnson, 2 Wm M Cocke,* 3 John Crozier,* 
I 4 Alvan Cullom, 5 George W Jones, 6 Barclay Martin, 7 Meredith P 
j Gentry,* 8 Jos H Peyton,* 9 Lucien B Chase, 10 Fred'k P Stanton, 
j 11 Miiton Brown.* 

i Indiana. — 1 Rob't Dale Owen, 2 Tho's J Henlev, 3 Thomas Smith, 
I 4 Caleb B Smith,* 5 Wm \Y Wick, 6 John W Davis, 7 Edw'd W Mc 
j Gaughey,* 8 John Petit, 9 Chailes W Cathcart, 10 Andrew Kennedy, 
I Illinois. — 1 Robert Smith, 2 J A McClernand, 3 Orlando B Ficklin, 
I 4 John Wentworth, 5 Step'n A Douglass, 6 Jos P Hoge, 7 E D Baker.* 
j Missouri. — James B Bowlin, James H Relfe, Sterling Price, John S 
! Phelps, Leonard H Sims ; elected by General Ticket. 
I Arkansas. — Archibald Yell. 

I Michigan. — i Robert McClelland, 2 John S Chipraan, 3 Jas B Hunt. 
j Florida. — William H Brockenbrough. 
! Io2oa. — Augustus C Dodge. 
{ Wisconsin. — Morgan L Martin. 

Texas —David S KauiFman, T Pillsbury. 

I Those marked * are Whigs ; those marked f are American Repub- 
licans : all others are Democrats. 



United States Judiciary—STiprenie Court 

Roger B. TANET,Md., Chief Justice, Ap'd 1836, Sal. $5,000 

John McLean, Ohio, 

James M. Wayne, Ga., 

John McKinley, Ala., 

John Catron, Tenn., 

Peter V. Daniel, Va., 

Samuel Nelson, N. Y., 

Levi Woodbury, N. H. 

Robert C. Grier, Penn.. 

John Y. Mason, Va., 

W. T. Carroll, Washir 

Alexander Hunter, D. C, 

The Supreme Court is held in the City of W^ashington, and has one 
session annually, commencing on the second Monday of December. 

U. S. Conrts in Vermont. 

District. — Rutland, 6th October ; Windsor, 24th RIay. 

Circuit. — Windsor, 21st May ; Rutland, 3d October. 

Samuel Prentiss, Montpelier, Judge; Salary $1,200. 

Charles Linsley, Middlebury, District Attorney . 

Jacob Kent jr.. Wells River, Marshall. 

Russell G. Hopkinson, Burlington, Collector. 

Edward H. Prentiss, Montpelier, Clerk of Circuit and D'at. Courts 



Ass 


't Justice, 


1829, 




4,500 




(C 


1835, 




4,500 




(C 


1837, 




4,500 




cc 


1837, 




4,500 




»' 


1841, 




4,500 




(( 


1845, 




4,500 




(C 


1845, 




4,500 




(( 


1846, 




4,500 


Acting 


Attorney General 


1845, 




4,000 


gton, 


Clerk, 




Fee 


s, &c. 


'•5 


Marshall, 




Fee 


.s, &c. 



1 GOVERNORS OF THE STATES, ETC. 117 | 


States. 
Maine, 
N. 11. 
Vermont 
Mass. 
R. Island 
Conn. 
N.York, 
N.J. 
Penn. 
Del. 

Mary I'd, 
Virginia 
N. C. 

s. c. 

Georgia, 
Alabama 
Miss. 

Arkan. 

Tenn. 

Ken. 

Ohio, 

Mich. 

Indiana, 

Illinois, 

Missouri 

Florida, 

Wiscon. 

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Seats of Gov. 
Augusta. 
(Joncord. 
Montpelicr. 
Boston. 

Prov.(kNowpot-t. 
Hartford &. Nbw 
Albany. [Haven. 
■^IVenton. 
Harrisbtirgli. 
Dover. 
Annapolis. 
Richmond. 
Raleigh. 
Columbia. 
Milledgeville. 
Tuscaloosa. 
Jackson. 
New Orleans. 
Little Rock. 
Nashville. 
Frankfort. 
Columbus. 
Detroit. 
Indianapolis. 
Springfield. 
J(!llerson City. 
Tallahassc. 


State election.. 
2(1 Mon. Sep. 
2(1 Tu. Mar. 
Ist Tu. Sep. 
2(1 Moil. Nov. 
Ist We. Apr. 
1st Mon.A])r. 
TuaflMoNo 
2d Tu. Oct. 
2d Tu. (^ct. 
2d Tu. Nov. 
1st Wo. Oct. 
3d Thu Apr. 
1st Thu Aug 
2d Mon. Oct. 
1st Mon. Oct. 
1st Mon. Aug 
1st Mon. Nov 
1st Mo July. 
1st Mon.Oct. 
1st Til U.Aug. 
1st Mon. Aug. 
2d Tu. Oct. 
1st Mon. Nov 
1st Mon. Aug 
1st Mon. Aug. 
Jst Mon. Aug. 
4th Mon. May 


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1 In Va. and S. C. the Legislature elects the Governor. 
1 * Whigs — all the rest of the opposite party. 



118 RATES OF POSTAGE, FRAI»KI;?G, ETC. 



Rates of Postage on tetters, Ne^vspapers, &c. 

Letters. — Single, or any number of pieces not exceeding one half 

ounce, 300 miles or less, 5 cents. 
If over three hundred miles, 10 cents. 
Drop letters, (not mailed,) 2 cents. 

Each additional half ounce or part thereof, single postage. 
Newspapers. — Of 1900 square inches or less, sent by publishers or 

editors, over 30 and not exceeding 100 miles, or any distance in the 

State where they are published, 1 cent. 
Over one hundred miles and out of the State, 1 1-2 cent. 
Not exceeding thirty miles, free. 

Newspapers over 1900 square inches, postage same as pamphlets. 
Pamphlets. — Magazines and periodicals, any distance, for one ounce 

or less, each copy, 2 1-2 cents. 
Each additional ounce or fractional part thereof, 1 cent. 
Circulars. — Quarto post, single cap, or paper not larger than single 

cap, folded, directed and unsealed, any distance, 2 cents. 

HALF OCSCE LETTER, WHICH MAT BE SENT 300 MILES FOR 5 CENTS, 
OR Ah-y DISTANCE FOR 10 CENTS. 

One and a half sheets of letter paper, sealed with wax or wafer. 

One sheet do. with large or small envelope, sealed with wax oi wafer. 

One sheet foolscap, with small envelope, sealed with wafer. 

One sheet letter paper with quarter eagleenclosed, sealed with wafer. 

Half sheet do. or light foolscap, half eagle enclosed, sealed with wafer. 

Sheet, of letter paper may contain a dime and a half. 

Half sheet of letter paper may contain a (quarter of a dollar. 

Sheet of letter paper with seven bank notes, sealed with wax ; or 

Three bank notes and the whole in an envelope. 

FRANKING, ETC. 

Postmasters may frank letters and packages, relating exclusively to 
post office business ; but must in every case endoise over his signa- 
! ture the words " post office business," 

■ It is the duty of postmasters to notify publishers when subscribers 
j neglect or refu.se to take their papers from the office ; and this should 
\ be done by Zcttcr, franked as " post office business." The old practice 
I of giving notice by returning the papers, subjects the publishers to 
I postage, which they will not pay, and of course they do not get the 
j notice. 

I Postmasters may receive money for subscriptions to newspapers, 
I (not exceeding $10 in any instance,) and give their receipt therefor 
! after retaining 1 per cent, for their services. The postmaster receiv- 
ing the money is to report all the necessary particulars to the post- 
master who is to pay the same to the publisher, and the latter, on re- 
ceiving the publisher's receipt, is to be entitled to 1 percent. [The 
better way is for subscribers to send their money post paid, the differ- 
ence between the postage and the 1 per cent, being so small.] 

writing on newspapers or wrappers. 

" Post Office Department, ^ 
Appointment Office, > 

Washington, D. C, Aug. 11, 1845. ) 
Sir: — Any memorandum upon transient newspapers, or upon the 
wrappers of the same, subjects the same to letter postage. 

In determining the amount of postage you are to charge upon such 
paj»ers, you are to be governed by the weight, according to the provis- 
ions of the law of March 3, 1845. 

Very respectfully, your ob't servant, 

W. MEDILL, ^JlissHP.M. Gen.'' 



POTULATIOX OF THE XTITED'STATES, ETC. 119 




Population ef tlie United States, according to tlxe 




Six Enumerations. 




FROM THE OFFICIAL REVISION. 




States. 


1790. 


1800. 


1810. 


1820. 


183U. 


1840. 




Maine, 


96,540 


151,719 


228,705 


298,335 


399,955 


501,793 




N. H. 


141,899 


183,762 


214,360 


244,161 


269,328 


284.574 




Mass, 


378,717 


423,245 


472,040 


523,287 


610,408 


737^699 




R.Ieiand, 


69,110 


69,122 


77,031 


83,059 


97,199 


108,830 




Cono. 


238,141 


251,002 


262,042 


275,202 


297,665 


309,978 




Vt. 


85,416 


154,465 


217,713 


235,764 


•280,652 


291,948 




N. York. 


340,120 


586^756 


959,949 


1,372,812 


1,918,606 


2,428,921 




N.J. 


184,139 


211,949 


249,555 


277,575 


320,823 


373,306 




Penn. 


434,373 


602,365 


810,091 


1,049,458 


1,348,233 


1,724,033 




Del. 


59.098 


64,273 


72,674 


72,749 


76,748 


78,085 




Md. 


319,728 


341,548 


380,546 


407,350 


447,040 


469,232 




Va. 


748,308 


880,200 


974,622 


1,065,379 


1,211,405 


1,239,797 




N. C. 


393,751 


478,103 


555,500 


638,829 


737.987 


753 419 




s. c. 


249,073 


345,591 


415,115 


502,742 


581,185 


594,398 




Georgia, 


82,548 


162,101 


252,433 


340,987 


516,823 


691,392 




Ala. 






20,845 


127,901 


309,527 


590,756 




Miss. 




8,850 


40,352 


75,448 


136,621 


375,651 




Lou. 






76,556 


153,407 


215,739 


352,411 




Tenn. 


35,791 


105,602 


261,727 


422,813 


681,904 


829,210 




Ky. 


73,077 


220.955 


406,511 


564,317 


687,917 


779,828 




Ohio, 




45^365 


230,760 


581,434 


937,903 


1,519,467 




Indiana, 




4,875 


24,520 


147,178 


343,031 


685,866 




Illinois, 






12,282 


55,211 


157,455 


476,183 




Missou. 






20,845 


66,586 


140,445 


383,702 




Arkan. 








14,273 


30,388 


97,574 




Mich. 






4,762 


8,896 


31.639 


212,267 




D. CoL 




14,093 


24,(K!3 


133,039 


39,834 


43,712 




Florida, 










24,730 


54.477 




Wiscon. 












30;945 




Iowa, 












43,112 

17,068,666 




Total, 


3,929,827 


5,305.325 


7,239,814 


9,638,131 


12,866,920 




Ne-wspapers in "Vermont. 




Vermont Gazette, Benning- Com. Com. 




ton, 1783 Bellows Falls Gazette, 1838 




Rutland Herald, Rutland, 1792 Franklin Messenger, St. AI- 




Sentinel & Demccrat, Bur- 1 bans, 1838 




1 ngton, 1801 Voice of Freedom, Brandon, 1839 




Vermont Watchman & State |Vt. Republican, St.Aibans, 1840 




Journal, Montpelier, 1807 Woodstock Age, 1840 




North Star, Danville, 1807!State Banner, Bennington, 1841 




Vermont Patriot, Montpelier, 1826; Vt. Observer, Poultney, 1842 




1 Vermont Chronicle, Windsor, 1826 Asylum Journal, Bratt'lebor', 1842 




1 Burlington Free Press, 1827jAmerican Protector, Bradford,1843 




] Universalist Watchman, Mont- The Gem, do. 1843 




j pelier, 1829| Milton Herald, 1843 




Vt. Phoenix, Brattleboro', 1831 Green Mountain Freeman, 




Northern Galaxy, Middlebury,1836 Montpelier, 1844 




1 Windham County Democrat, Vermont Journal, Windsor, 1844 




Brattleboro', 1836 World of Music, Chester, 1844 




The Caledonian, St. Johns- Yeoman's Record, Irasburgh, 1845 




bury, 1837-Temp. Herald, Woodstock, 1845 




Vt. Mercury, Woodstock, 1837 The Enterprise, Randolph, 1846 




1 Vergennes Vermonter, 1838lLiberty Herald, Burlington, 1846 









130 JANUARY. 



1 Friday. 



9 Saturday- 



3 Sunday. 



4 Monday. 



5 Tuesday. 



6 Wednesday, 



< 7 Thursday. 



8- Friday-. 



9 Saturday. 

10 Sunday. 

11 Monday. 

12 Tuesday. 

13 Wednesday, 

14 Thursday. 

15 Friday. 

16 Saturday. 



JANUARY. 131 



jr Sunday. 



18 Mbndav, 



19 Tuesday. 



20 Wednesday. 

21 Thursday. 

22 Friday. 

23 Saturday. 

24 Sunday. 

25 3Ionday. 

26 Tuesday. 

27 Wednesday. 

28 Thursday. 

29 Friday. 

30 Saturday. 

31 Sunday. 



laa FEBRUARY 

1 Monday. 

^ Tuesday. 

,^^ _ — 

3 Wednesday. 

^ ^ ^ 

4 Thursday. 

5 Friday. 

6 Saturday. 

7 Sunday. 

8 Monday. 

9 Tuesday. 

10 Wednesday. 

11 Thursday. 

12 Friday. 

13 Saturday. 

14 Snnday. 



sni 



FEBRUARY. 123 



15 JNIonday. 



16 Tuesday. 



17 VVediiesday. 
/ 



18 Thursday, 



19 Friday. 



20 Saturday. 



21 Sunday. 



22 Monday. 



23 Tuesday. 



24 Wednesday. 

25 Thursday. 

26 Friday. 

27 Saturday. 

28 Sunday. 



134: MARCH 

1 Monday. 

2 Tuesday. 

S Wednesday. 



4 Thursday. 



5 Friday. 



6 Saturday. 



7 Sunday. 



8 Monday. 



9 Tuesday. 



10 Wednesday. 

11 Thursday. 

12 Friday. 

13 Saturday. 

14 Sunday. 

15 Monday. 

16 Tuesday. 







! 


MARCH. 


125 




1 17 Wednesday. 








18 Thursday. 




19 Friday. 




20 Saturday. 




21 Sunday. 




22 Monday. 




23 Tuesday. 




24 Wednesday. 




25 Thursday. 




26 Friday. 




27 Saturday. 




28 Sunday. 




29 JMoKday. 




30 Tuesday. 




31 Wednesday. 













136 APRIL. 

1 Thursday. 

2 Friday. 

3 Saturday. 

4 Sunday. 

5 Monday. 

6 Tuesday. 

7 Wednesday. 

8 Thursday. 

9 Friday. 

10 Saturday. 

11 Sunday. 

12 Monday. 

13 Tuesday. 

14 Wednesday. 

15 Thursday. 

















j APRIL. 137 




16 Friday. 




17 Saturday. 




18 Sunday. 




19 Monday. 




20 Tuesday. 




91 Wednesday. 




22 Thursday. 




23 Friday. 




24 Saturday. 






25 Sunday. 






26 Monday, 






27 Tuesday. 






28 Wednesday. 


1 




29 Thursday. 






30 Friday. 


■ • 



138 



MAY 



1 Saturday. 



2 Sunday. 



3 Monday. 



4 Tuesday. 



5 Wednesday. 



6 Thursday, 



7 Friday. 



8 Saturday. 



9 Sunday. 



10 Monday. 



11 Tuesday. 



12 Wednesday. 



13 Thursday. 



14 Fiiday. 



15 Saturday. 



16 Sunday. 



1 


MAY. 


139 


17 Monday. 


18 Tuesday. 


19 Wednesday. 


20 Thursday. 

1 


21 Friday. 






22 Saturday. 

1 


23 Sunday. 






24 Monday. 

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25 Tuesday. 


! 2G Wednesday. 

i 
1 


27 Thursday. 

1 


23 Friday. 

1 


99 Saturday. 


30 Sunday. 
I 


31 Monday. 




.. _ 



130 JUNE 

1 Tuesday. 

2 Wednesday. 



3 Thursday. 



4 Friday. 



5 Saturday. 



6 Sunday. 



7 Monday. 



8 Tuesday. 



9 Wednesday. 

10 Thursday.. 

11 Friday. 

12 Saturday. 

13 Sunday. 

14 Monday. 

15 Tuesday. 



16 Wednesday. 



JUNE. 131 



17 Thursday. 



18 Friday. 



19 Saturday. 



20 Sunday. 



21 Monday. 



22 Tuesday. 



23 Wednesday. 



24 Thursday. 



25 Friday. 



26 Saturday. 



27 Sunday. 



28 Monday. 



29 Tuesday. 



30 Wednesday. 



133 JULY 

1 Thursday. 

2 Friday. 

3 Saturday. 

4 Sunday. 

5 Monday. 

6 Tuesday. 

7 Wednesday. 

8 Thursday. 

9 Friday. 
10 Saturday. 



11 cuiiday. 



12 Monday. 



13 Tuesday. 



14 Wednesday. 



15 Thursday. 



16 Friday. 



JULY. 133 



17 Satiirda^f. 

18 Sunday. 

19 Iklonday. 

20 Tcesday. 

21 Wednesday. 



22 Thursday. 



53 Friday. 



24 Saturday, 



25 Sunday. 



26 M«nday. 



27 Tuesday. 



28 Wednesday. 

29 Thursday. 

30 Friday. 

31 Saturday. 



134: 


AUGUST. 




1 Sunday. 




2 Monday. 




3 Tuesday. 




4 Wednesday. 




5 Thursday. 




6 Friday. 




7 Saturday. 




8 Sunday. 


. 




9 Monday. 




10 Tuesday. 




11 Wednesday. 




12 Thursday. 




13 Friday. 




14 Saturday. 






15 Sunday. 




16 Monday. 







AUGLrST. 135 1 




1 17 Tuesday. 




18 Wednesday. 




19 Thursday, 




20 Friday. 




21 Saturday. 




22 Sunday. 




23 Monday. 




24 Tuesday. 




25 Wednesday. 

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26 Thursday. 




27 Friday. 




28 Saturday. 




29 Sunday. 




30 Monday. 




31 Tuesday. 





136 


SEPTEMBER. 


--| 


1 Wednesday- 


2 Thursday. 


3 Friday. 


4 Saturday. 


5 Sunday. 


^6 Monday. 






7 Tuesday. 


8 Wednesday. 


9 Thursday. 


10 Friday. 






11 Saturday. 


12 Sunday. 


13 Monday. 


14 Tuesday. 


15 Wednesday. 









SEPTEMBER. 137 




16 Thursday. 




17 Friday. 




18 Saturday. 




19 Sunday. 




20 Monday. 




21 Tuesday. k 




22 Wednesday. 




23 Thursday. 




24 Friday. 




25 Saturday. 




26 Sunday. 




27 Monday. 




28 Tuesday. 




29 Wednesday. 

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30 Thursday. 



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138 


OCTOBER. 






1 Friday. 






2 Saturday. 






3 Sunday. 






4 Monday. 






5 Tuesday. 






6 Wednesday. 






7 Thursday. 






8 Friday. 






9 Saturday. 






10 Sunday. 






11 Monday. 








12 Tuesday. 






13 Wednesday. 






14 Thursday. 






15 Friday. 






! 16 Saturday. 











OCTOBER. 139 



17 Sunday. 



18 Monday. 



19 Tuesday. 



20 Wednesday. 

21 Thursday. 

22 Friday. 

23 Saturday. 

24 Sunday. 

25 Monday. 

26 Tuesday. 

27 Wednesday. 

28 Thursday. 

29 Friday. 

30 Saturday. 

31 Sunday. 



14:0 NOVEMBER 



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2 Teesday. 



3 Wednesday. 



4 Tirursday. 



5 Friday. 



6 Saturday. 



7 Sunday. 



8 Monday. 



9 Tuesday. 



10 Wednesday. 

11 Thursday. 

12 Friday. 

13 Saturday. 

14 Sunday. 

15 Monday. 











NOVEMBER. 


141| 


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\ 17 Wednesday. 


18 Thursday. 

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20 Satuiday. 


21 Sunday. 




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I 2-1 Wednesday. 






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1 26 Friday. 


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29 Monday. 


30 Tuesday. 

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11 Saturday. 




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15 Wednesday. 


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18 Saturday. 



19 Sunday. 



20 Monday. 



21 Tuesday. 



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23 Thursday. 



24 Friday. 



25 Saturday. 



26 Sunday. 



27 Monday. 



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Calculated for the meridian of Montpelier, lat. 44" l?' N., long. 4°25' 
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Explanations of the Astronomical Department* 

By due attention to the following explanations all the Astronomical 
Calculations in this work will be readily understood. 

*ime is regarded either as mean or apparent. 
mean day is the average length of the days in the year, and con- 
sists of 24 hours, as measured by a clock which runs uniformly, and 
which measures 365 times 24 houis in 365 natural days. 

An apparent day is the time from the sun's leaving the meridian on 
one day, till its arrival on the meridian on the next day ; and this time 
is not always the same, being sometimes more and sometimes less 
than 24 hours. 

Mean time, then, is that shown by a well regulated clock ; and appa- 
rent time is that shown by a correct sun-dial. The difference between 
these is called the equation of time. 

The equation of time depends upon two causes, the obliquity of the 
ecliptic to the equator, and the eccentricity of the earth's orbit 3 both 
of which tend to produce an inequality in the daily increments of the 
sun's right ascension, while the e?.rth's motion on its axis is perfectly 
uniform. Mean and apparent time coincide only four times in the year, 
viz : April 15th, June 15th, August 31st, and December 24th ; and the 
greatest difference between mean and apparent time is on the 2d of 
November, and amounts to a little more than 14 1-4 minutes. 

V^ith the exception of the sun's declination and semi-diameter, and 
the equation of time, which are for the instant of apparent noon at 
Montpelier, all the calculations are adapted to mean time. 

At the head of the right hand page for each month stands first a ta- 
ble of the declination and southing of the principal planets, on the 1st, 
7th, 13th, 19th, and 25th days, and below it phases of the moon. By 
means of the first of these tables, the several planets may be leadily 
found and recognized. 

It was formerly customary to give the rising and setting of the sun 
according to apparent time, and to give the equation of time in another 
column. In that case it was necessary, in regulating a time-piece by 
the rising or setting of the sun, to apply the equation to the time of 
rising, or setting, (as the case might be,) given in the Almanac, and 
also 3 or 4 minutes, according to the sun's declination, on account of 
atmospheric refraction at the horizon. But as this matter was little 
understood, and attended with some trouble, these corrections were 
generally neglected. To remedy this inconvenience, it has been thought 
best to apply both these corrections, found to the nearest minute, to 
the sun's rising and setting, and to give only the result, which has been 
done in this Register since 1837. The method of doing this may be 
made plain by an example. Take,for this purpose, the 23d of Septem- 
ber. On that day according to the old method, the sun would rise at 
6 o'clock, and set at 6. On that day the equation of time is 8 minutes ; 
or, in other words, the sun is 8 minutes faster than the clock. The 
time, then, by the clock, when it is 6 by the sun, is 5h^m in the morn- 
ing, an^ 5h 52m in the evening. Now, on account of the refraction 
of the earth's atmosphere, the sun appears in the horizon in the morn- 
ing 4 minutes before he arrives there ; and in order to have the time 
when ih'e sun is seen in the horizon at his time of rising, we subtract 
4m from 5K%^, leaving 5h 48m ; and for the same reason we add 4m 
to 5h 5%A|H||hich gives 5h 56m for the time of his setting on the 23d 
of September ; and these are the times given in this Register. 



COMMEWCEMEiyT OF THE SEASONS, FASTS AND FESTIVALS, ETC. 



* 



The column marked Sun South is formed by applyin.^ the equation 
of time to apparent noon, and contains the times shown by a correct } 
time-piece when the sun is on the meridian j or in other words, when I 
it is noon by a correct noon-mark or dial. For example — when it is ' 
noon by the sun on the 1st day of January, it should be 4 minutes af 
ter 12 o'clock by the time-piece. Again — when it is noon by the sun [ 
on the 1st day of November, it should be only 44 minutes after 11 1 
o'clock by the time-piece. This column is introduced for conveniejMie j 
in setting time-pieces by a noon-mark. ^ | 

The columns marked Sun's Declination, Sun's Semi-Diameter, and | 
Equation of Time, are calculated, to the nearest second, for appnrent i 
noon, and will be understood, without further explanation, by those i 
who may have occasion to use them. i 

On page 6 will be found a catalogue of the eclipses of Jupiter's i 
Satellites, w^hich may be visible in Vermont, and which may be em- \ 
ployed for observation for determining longitude. 1 

April, 1847. Z. T. 



Commeuceiueiit of the Seasons. 

Vernal Equinox— Spring begins, IMarch 20, 6h 29m morning. 
Summer Solstice — Summer begins, June 21, 3h 25m morning. 
Autumnal Equinox — Autumn begins, Septem. ^, 5h 29m evening. 
Winter Solstice— Winter begins, December 21, lib 10m morning. 



Moveable Festivals and Fasts of the dmrch. 

Septuagesima Sunday, Feb. 20 ' Low Sunday, April 30 

Quinquagesima Sunday, March 5 ' Rogation Sunday, May 28 

Ash Wednesday, March 8 1 Ascension i^ay, June 1 

First Sunday in Lent, March 12 Pentecost — Whit Sunday, June 11 
Palm Sunday, April 16 Trinity Sundav, June 18 

Good Friday, April 21 Advent Sunday, Dec. 3 

EASTER SUNDAY, April 23 1 



Coiumeucemeiit of Years. 

The year 5609 of the Jewish Era begins September 28, 1848. 
The year 1265 of the Mahomedan Era begins No%-ember27, 1848. 
Ramadan (Turkish Abstinence Month) begins August 1, 1848. 



Chronological Cycles. 

Dominical Letters, B A | Solar Cycle, 9 

Golden Number, 6 i Roman Indiction, 6 

Epact, 25 I Julian Period, 6561 



Transit of Mex-cury. 

On the 9th of November, there will be a transit of Mercury across 
the Sun's Disc, mostly visible at Montpelier, as follows : 
Fist contact of 'limbs, 6h 13m 3s J 
Sun rises at Montpelier, 6h 49m 2s I at • 
Least distance centres, 2' 38", 8h 54m 39s ( ^*^°'^"^"=' 
Last contact of Limbs, llh 36m 47s ) 



Kclipses of the Sun and Moon. 

In the year 1848, there will be six Eclipses, four of the Sun and two 
of the Moon. 

I. — The first will be a very small Eclipse of the Sun on the 5th of 
March visible at Montpelier as follows : . 

Beginning of the Eclipse, 7h 39m ^ 

Greatest Obscuration, 8h 4m > Morning. 

End of the Eclipse, 8h 23ra ) 

Duration of the Eclipse Oh 44m. Magnitude (the Sun's 4hameter=;l) 
0.06 on the Upper Limb. The Eclipse begins 6° from ttj^f^tex to- 
wards the left hand. .^^ 



ECLIPSES, NAMES AND CHARACTERS OF THE 4.SPECTS, ETC. 



II The second will be a Total Eclipse of the Moon, on the 19th 

of March, the end only visible at Montpelier. 

Beginning of the Eclipse, 2h 26m 1 

Beginning of Total Eclipse, 3h 31m | 

Middle of the Eclipse, 4h 22m [v^^„i„„ 

End of total Eclipse, 5h 13m j^i^^vening. 

Moon rises Eclipsed, 6h 7m | 

End of the Eclipse, 6h 18m J 

It^viil be seen from the above that this Eclipse ends 11m after the 
Moon rises at Montpelier. It will be visible to the whole of the East- 
ern Continent, 

III. — The third will be a Partial Eclipse of the Sun on the 3d of 
April, and visible only from a small portion of the Southern Ocean. 

IV. — The fourth will be another Partial Eclipse of the Sun on the 
28th of August, visible only from a still smaller portion of the Great 
Southern Ocean. 

v.— The fifth will be a Total Eclipse of the Moon, on the 12th and 
13th of September, visible at Montpelier as follows: 

Beginning of the Eclipse, 12th, llh 41m evening. 

Beginning of total Eclipse, 13th, Oh 40m morning. 

Middle of the Eclipse, 13th, Ih 29m morning. 

End of Total Eclipse, 13th, 2h 18m morning. 

End of the Eclipse, 13th, oh 17m morning. 
Duration of the Eclipse, 3h 36m — of Total Eclipse, Ih 38m. Magni- 
tude, (the Moon's diameter^l) 1.7 on the Southern Limb. 

VI.— The sixth will be a Partial Eclipse of the Sun on the 27th of 
September ; r; at 4h 43m in the morning. This Eclipse will be visi- 
ble only from the northern part of the Eastern Continent, from the 
eastern parts of Greenland, and the neighborhood of the North Pole. 



Names and. Cliaracters of the Aspects. 

0New Moon. D First Quarter. Q Full Moon, d Last Quar- 
ter. Q Dragon's Head, or Ascending Node. Ij Dragon's Tail, or 
Descending Node. (5 Conjunction, or in the same longitude. S Op- 
position, or differiM 6 signs in longitude. A Trine, n Q-uartile, or 
differing 3 signs itTOngitude. ;f: Sextile. i^Sun. 



Names aud Characters of the Signs of the Zodiac. 

HP Aries, y Taurus. El Gemini. 23 Cancer. ^ Leo. TIJ) Virgo. 
=^ Libra. ITl Scorpio, j?' Saggittarius. 1^ Capricornus. t^ Aquarius. 
^ Pisces. 



Names and Characters of the Planets. 

0Sun. # Moon. § Mercury 9 Venus. Earth. J" Mars. 
If. Jupiter. I7 Saturn, I3 Uranus or Herschel. 5 Ceres. $ Pallas. 
5 Juno. § Vesta. 



Occultatious. 

In 1848, there will be 11 occultations of Aldebora or the Bull's Eye. 
The brightness of this star renders these occultations very interesting. 
The following will be visible at Montpelier. The times are those of 
(3 in Right Ascension. 

February 12th, 5h 50m evening. 

March 10th, llh 38m evening. 

August 22d, 2h 41m morning. 

Nov. 12th, 2h 22m morning. 



Morning aud Evening Star. 

Venus 9 '^^''l ^^ morning star till July 16th — thence evening star 
till the end of the year. 

Jupiter 1^ will be evening star till the 26th of July — thence morning 
star till the end of the year. 



6 


rOLE STAB. — ECLIPSE OF JUPITER's SATELLITES, ETC. 


Greatest Elongations of the Pole Star. | 


La 

l3 


t. January 1. 


April 1. 1 


July 1. 


October 1. 
2° 3' 11" 


o 2» 2' 27" 


2' 


3' 4" 


2" 3' 25" 


44 


24 47 


2 


5 8 


2 5 28 


2 5 15 


4f 


2 6 56 


2 7 19 1 


2 7 39 


2 7 24 




Visible Eclipses of Jupiter's Satellites. 


Me 


an Time at Montpelier, Ions. 72° 36'=4h 59m 24s VV. Greenwich. 




Time. 


1^1 

1 ^ 


11 

SOUT. 

morn 




Time. 




_H SOUT. 


d b m s 


d b m s 






even. 




3 4 4 40 m Im I 


22 




4 8 51 11 e Em| 


IV 


5 59 




3 8 15 5 e Im III 


22 


J 


7 8 10 33 e 


Em 


I 


5 48 




4 10 33 12 e Im 


I 


18 




S 


14 10 6 2 e 


Em 


I 


5 24 




5 4 7 40 m Im 


II 


14 




< 


20 10 3 19 e 


Em 


II 


5 4 




11 3 26 18 m 


Em 


III 


even. 




30 8 25 55 e 


Em 


I 


4 30 




12 1 58 11 m 


Era 


IV 


11 37 




>■ 


11 8 11 4 e 


Im 


III 


3 54 




12 2 40 55 m 


Em 


I 


11 37 




< 


22 9 41 29 e 


Em 


II 


3 19 




13 9 9 29 e 


Em 


I 


11 33 




% 


23 8 40 56 e 


Em 


I 


3 16 




15 10 53 e 


Em 


II 


11 10 






5 4 36 40 m 


Im 


I 


Ijris. 




19 4 35 20 m 


Em 


I 


11 6 






24 3 52 38 m 


Im 


II 


1 44 




20 11 3 57 e 


Em 


I 


11 1 




n 


25 3 25 21 m 


Im 


III 


1 41 


, 


22 5 32 38 e 


Em 


I 


10 53 




'Si 


28 4 46 18 m 


Im 


I 


1 38 




23 1 29 51 m 


Em 


II 


10 48 






6 3 56 49 m 


Im 


IV 


^ .^ 


1 z. 


28 1 58 34 m 


Em 


I 


10 26 






14 3 1 42 m 


Im 


I 


43 


28 8 8 43 e 


Em 


IV 


10 26 




, 


21 3 .52 48 m 


Im 


III 


21 


< 
1-^ 


29 9 27 17 e 


Em 


I 


10 22 




o 


26 3 28 23 m 


Im 


II 


even. 




4 2 53 19 m 


Em 


I 


9 55 




O 


30 1 16 36 m 


Im 


I 


11 52 




5 9 22 4 e 


Em 


I 


9 51 






6 3 9 48 m 


Im 


I 


11 27 




8 7 27 26 e 


Em 


III 


9 38 






7 3 14 25 m 


Em 


III 


11 24 




9 8 1 32 e 


Em 


II 


9 34 






14 3 39 46 m 


Im 


III 


10 59 




12 11 17 e 


Em 


I 


9 21 






20 31 43 m 


Im 


II 


10 37 




15 8 11 34 e 


Im 


III 


9 9 




• 


22 1 24 12 m 


Im 


I 


10 30 




15 11 27 41 e 


Em 


III 


9 9 




o 


27 3 7 10 m 


Im 


II 


10 12 


t^ 


16 10 38 14 e 


Em 


II 


9 4 




2^ 


29 3 17 28 m 


Im 


I 


10 4 


K 


19 1 22 2 ra 


Em 


I 


8 52 






7 11 38 50 e 


Im 


I 


9 38 


D 


21 7 40 47 e 


Em 


I 


8 44 






11 11 15 20 e 


Im 


IV 


9 18 




23 11 4 m 


Em 


III 


8 35 






15 1 31 57 m 


Im 


I 


9 3 




28 9 35 57 e 


Em 


I 


8 15 






19 1] 28 34 e 


Im 


III 


8 46 


6 11 31 12 e 


Em 


I 


7 47 






20 3 1 48 m 


Em 


III 


8 41 




15 7 55 25 e 


Em 


I 


7 12 






22 11 51 m 


Im 


II 


8 33 




18 11 1 5 e 


Em 


IV 


7 1 






23 9 53 27 e 


Im 


I 


8 29 




19 10 22 15 e 


Em 


II 


6 57 




Ed 


29 2 47 56 m 


Im 


II 


8 4 


. 


22 9 50 49 e 


Em 


I 


6 46 




Q 


30 11 46 21 e 


Im 


I 


8 


S 


27 58 18 m 


Em 


II 


6 28 














n 

^ 


29 8 11 17 e 


Im 


III 


6 20 














S 


29 11 31 23 e 


Em 


III 


6 20 






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Winter of ISiG-T,— Snow. | 


O 


ct. 18, 7 inches. 


Jan. 8, 2 inches. 


March 19, 1 inch. 


N 


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15, 3 


" 22, 1 




" 30, 1 


" 19, 2 


" 27, 17 


D 


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" 26, 3 . 


" 29, 1 




" 11, 4 


30, 13 


" 31, 2 




« 18, 6 


Feb. 8, 2 


April 2, 1 




" 19, 2 


" 15, 4 


4, 1 




" 20. 3 


" 16, 1 


« 23, 3 




" 23i 3 


« 22, 5 


« 29, 2 


— 


" 25, 2 


" 28, 12 


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Steam Boats (Line) went into winter quarters, Nov. 29, 1846 — com- 
menced running again May 3, '47. Broad lake frozen over Feb. 15. 
Passable on the ice from Feb. 16 to April 16— two months, Burlington 
bay continued so much clogged with floating ice as to render it diffi- 
cult for the steam-boats to come to the wharf up to May 6, on which 
day they reached St. Johns for the first time this season, the Burling- 
ton being obliged to cut through strong ice, for 2 miles, near Isle la 
Motte. Sleighs were running from Dec. 19, to April 3, but the sleigh- 
ing could not be called good for more than one half of that time. 
Most of the snows melted soon after they fell. The greatest cold was 
on the morning of Feb. 16, when the thermometer was 14° below zero. 



JANUARY. 1848 . 



Does a mountain on you frown? 

Keep at work : 
You may undermine it yet ; 

If you stand and thump its base, 
Sorry bruises you may get. 

Keep at work. 



fl 



Farmers' Calendar. 

It would not be a bad plan for every man to begin the year by open- 
ing an account with himself, charging time lost, opportunities for do- 
ing good wasted, and offences against himself or others — in short, all 
his sins of omission or commission, whether against himself, in his 
business and duties and thoughts, or against his family, his neighbors, 
his country and his God. Such an account, faithfully kept and fre- 
quently reviewed, ^vould not run long without a settlement in the 
court of conscience and earnest efforts to square the books by squar- 
ing the daily conduct to the laws of prudence and righteousness. 

Winter affords time for reading, social visits, and innocent amuse- 
ments ; but these should be mainly in the long evenings, A winter's 
day has its duties for the faimer, in the care of stock, which should 
be well sheltered from the cold and supplied plentifully with water — 
in transporting produce to market, hauling wood and getting out logs 
for the mill ; all which the farmer should do for himself or by his 
hired men, without entrenching upon the privileges of his boys in the 
school house and at their studies by the fireside. 



PoTATOE Pie. — Scald one quart of milk, grate in four large pota- 
toes while the milk is hot, when cold add four eggs well beaten, four 
ounces of butter j spice and sweeten to your taste, lay in paste, bake 
half an hour. 

A BOWL containing two quarts, filled with water, and set into the 
oven, prevents any article from being scorched, such as cakes, pies 
and the like. 

Parsnips, — Parsnips are preferred by hogs to all other roots, and 
make excellent pork. By them they can be fattened in six weeks. 
Too much cannot be said in praise of beef and pork fattened on pars- 
nips. A porker twenty-two months old, weighing nett seven hundred 
and fifly pounds, never ate anything but raw parsnips and sour milk ; 
and finer meat never was seen. In the use of parsnips they should 
never be washed, but be given as they are taken from the ground. 
Used in this way they are found not to surfeit the hogs and cattle, and 
to fatten them much better and quicker. If washed they are apt lo 
satiate, and as farmers say will not thoroughly fatten them. They 
are good to fatten cattle, and if given freely to cows, will much im- 
prove the quality and quantity of their milk. — Prairie Farmer. 

Make up your mind to accomplish what ever you undertake, de- 
cide upon some particular employment, persevere in it. Ail difficul- 
ties are overcome by diligence and assiduity. 

Be not afraid to work with your own hands, and diligently too. "A 
cat in gloves catches no mice," " He who remains in the mill grinds, 
and not he who goes and comes." 

Attend to your own business, and never trust it to another. "A 
pot that belongs to many, is ill stirred and worse boiled." 

Be Frugal. " That which will not make a pot will make a pot- 
lid." " Save the cents, and the dollars will take care of themselves." 

It is better to cut grain just before it is fully or dead ripe. When 
the straw immediately below the giain is so dry that on twisting it no 
juice is expressed, it should be cut, for then there is no further circu- 
lation of juices to the ear. Every hour that it stands uncut after this 
stage is attended with loss. 







31 days. JANUARY. 9 




I>ecliiiatioii and. Sowthiiiig of the Planets. 




1 C 

1 *< 


Mercury. 


Venus, j Mars, 


Jupiter, 
dec. 1 sou. 


Saturn. 


Herschel. 




dec. 


sou. 


dec. sou. 1 dec. 


sou. 


dec. sou 


dec. sou. 






sou. 


mor. 


sou. mor. i nor. 


eve. 


nor. 'mor. 


sou. eve 


nor. eve. 






' 


h m 


h m I 


h m 


° ' hm 


° ' hn- 


° ' h m 




1 


23 26 


10 57 


16 3 8 50 14 45 


7 30 


22 39 27 


10 7 4 


15 4 6 12 




7 


24 10 


1113 


17 38 8 54 15 28 


7 14 


22 451 1 


9 54 3 40 5 615 48 




13 24 10 


1130 


19 2 8 59 16 15 


6 59 


22 511 eve. 


9 41 3 18 5 8 5 25 




19 23 19 


1148 


20 12 9 4 17 4 


6 45 


22 57 11 6 


9 27 2 57 5 115 2 




25 21 37 ev. 4 


21 3 9 11 17 53 6 32 


23 2 10 39 


9 13 2 36 5 15 4 39 




Phases of the Moon. 




9 New Moon 6th day 7h 17m morning. 




1 T) First Q,uarter 13th day 6h 56m morning. ^ 




I O Full Moon 20lh day 7h 15m morning. 




C Last Quarter 28th day 7h 9m morning. 




cT 


o 


Calendar. 1 © 


© O 


• 


9 © 


© EQ.T 




2_ 


^ 


Aspects, «fcc.|rise. 


sets south 


P 


R& s dec. sou. 


semi. ©si. 










h m 


h m 


h m 


S. 


h m 


o , ,, 


' 1 1 


m s 




1 


7 


Circumcision. 


7 36 


4 32 


12 4 


m 


2 35 


23 2 29 


16 17 


3 42 




2 


B 


2d S. af. Chrism's. 


7 36 


4 32 


12 4 


m 


3 32 


22 57 27 


16 17 


4 10 




3 


2 


Bat. Princeton,'77 


7 36 


4 33 


12 5 


^ 


4 28 


22 51 56 


16 17 


4 39 




4 


3 


T) runs Tow S. 


7 36 


4 34 


12 5 


I 


5 26 


22 45 59 


16 17 


5 6 




5 


4 


D $ 6 ©mn 


7 36 


4 35 


12 6 


v> 


6 21 


22 39 35 


16 17 


5 34 




6 


5 


Epiph. ©11 8 


7 36 


4 36 


12 6 


y> 


D set 


22 33 44 


16 17 


6 




7 


6 


[1815. 


7 36 


4 38 


12 6 


1^ 


6 23 


22 25 26 


16 17 


6 97 




8 


7 


Battle N. Orleans 


7 35 


4 39 


12 7 




7 39 


22 17 40 


16 17 


6 52 




9 


B 


1st S. af. Epiph. 


7 35 


4 40 


12 7 


-^ 


8 41 


22 9 29 


16 17 


7 18 




10 


2 


Dhd 


7 35 


4 41 


12 8 


>£ 


9 57 


22 51 


16 17 


7 43 




11 


3 




7 34 


4 42 


12 8 


K 


10 59 


21 51 49 


16 17 


8 7 




12 


4 


Dlffd [burnt, '40. 


7 34 


4 43 


12 9 


op 


morn 


91 42 21 


16 17 


8 31 




13 


5 


Steamboat Lexin. 


7 34 


4 45 


12 9 


op 


10 


21 32 27 


16 17 


8 54 




14 


6 


D ff (5 Peace rat. 


7 33 


4 46 


12 9 


8 


1 19 


21 22 9 


16 17 


9 16 




15 


7 


[with G. B. 1784. 


7 33 


4 47 


12 10 


8 


2 27 


21 11 95 


16 17 


9 38 




16 


B 


2d S. af. Epiph. 


7 32 


4 48 


12 10 


n 


3 23 


91 19 


16 17 


9 58 




17 


2 


5 runs high N. 


7 32 


4 50 


12 10 


n 


4 39 


90 48 47 


l6 17 


10 19 




18 


3 




7 31 


4 51 


12 11 


c-^ 


5 37 


20 36 52 


16 17 


10 38 




19 


4 


D'^6 


7 31 


4 52 


12 11 


HIo 


6 31 


20 24 43 


16 16 


10 57 




20 


5 


[1793. 


7 30 


4 53 


12 11 


a-^ 


P ris 


20 11 52 


16 16 


11 15 




21 


6 


Louis XlVbeh'd 


7 29 


4 55 


12 12 


a 


6 31 


19 58 47 


16 16 


11 32 




22 


7 


$ Stat. 


7 28 


4 56 


12 x2 


a 


7 31 


19 45 20 


16 16 


11 48 




23 


B 


3d S. af. Epiph. 


7 27 


4 57 


12 12 


n 


8 31 


19 31 32 


16 16 


12 4 




24 


o 


[Elba, 1815. 


7 26 


4 59 


12 12 


n 


9 29 


19 17 20 


16 16 


12 20 




25 


3 


Bonaparte esc. fr. 


7 25 


5 


12 13 




10 27 


19 2 49 


16 16 


12 34 




26 


4 




7 94 


5 2 


12 13 


£i: 


11 25 


18 47 56 


16 16 


12 48 




27 


5 


[1725. 


7 23 


5 3 


12 13 


^^ 


morn 


18 32 44 


16 16 


13 


28 


6 


Peter the Great d. 


7 ^2 


5 4 


12 13 


in 


23 


18 17 11 


6 15 


13 12 




29 


7 


©0 6 Sup. 


7 21 


5 5 


12 13 


m 


1 20 


18 1 17 


16 15 


13 23 




30 


B 


4th S. af. Epiph. 


7 20 


5 7 


12 14 


^ 


2 17 


17 45 6 


16 15 


13 33 




31 


2 


5 runs low S. 


7 20 


5 8 


12 14 


t 


3 13 


17 28 34 


16 15 


13 43 




We make ourselves more injuries than are offered to ns ; they many 




times pass for wrongs in our own thoughts, that were never meant 




so by the heart of him that speaketji. The apprehension of wrong 




hurts more than the sharpest part of the wrong committed. 




" All's not oiFence that indiscretioa finds, 




And dotage terms so." 





10 FEBRUARY. 1848. 



Does Miss Foitune's face look eour ? 

Keep at work : 
She may smile again some day; 

If you pull your hair and fret, 
Rest assured she'll have her way. 

Keep at work. 



farmers' Calendar. 

Look out for a good supply of manure for the next crops, keeping 
it well secured against fermentation unless covered with muck, earth 
or gypsum. Now, too, is the time for putting all tools in repair, (of 
course they have been housed,) and getting ready the implements for j 
sugar-making. If a supply of roots has been kept, feed them to your i 
«tock occasionally, as a change for hay. Corn stalks well cured and j 
cut fine are said to be among ihe most valuable articles for winter feed' 
to milch cows. According to Davy the nutritious properties of roots, I 
pound for pound, stand thus : 1. potatoes, 2. sugar-beet, 3. mangol- ! 
wurzel, 4. parsnip and carrot, 5. ruta-baga, 6. common turnip. Celt- 
lots are said to be nearly as good as oats for horses, and yet on mel- 
low soil probably three or four times more nutriment can be produced 
in carrots than in oats. 



Cultivating Fruit Trees. — So great is the loss resulting from 
stunted and diseased growth, occasioned by neglected cultivation, 
that an intelligent cultivator gave it as his opinion, that " if nine- 
tenths of our orchards should be cut down, and the labor aisd cultiva- 
tion which they receive be expended on the remaining tenth, more and 
better fruit would be raised. 

The Durability of Oak. — The durability of oak may be known 
from the fact that the throne of Edward the Confessor is 8dO years 
old ; one of the oaken coronation chairs has been in its present situa- 
tion in Westminister Abbey about 540 years ; and the oldest wooden 
bridge of which we have any account is of oak ; it is that famous for 
its defence by Horatius Codes, and which existed 400 years before 
Christ. 

Lemon Pudding. — Beat half a pound of fresh butter to a cream, 
with half a pound of powdered sugar ; then add to it eight eggs, well 
beaten, with the juice and grated peel of a large lemon ; stir it well 
together ; line a dish with puff paste, fill with the pudding, and bake 
in a moderate oven. 

The Chinese proverb says, " a lie has no legs, and cannot stand; 
but it has wings and can fly far and wide." 

It is a saying of Sir Isaac Newton's : " The grain is God's bounty; 
the fiowers are his smiles." 

Be abstemious. " Who dainties love, shall beggars prove." 
Rise early. " The sleeping fox catches no poultry." '' Plow deep, 
while sluggards sleep, and you will have corn to sell and keep." 

Treat every one with respect and civility. " Every thing is gained 
and nothing lost by courtesy." " Good mauners insure success." 

Never anticipate wealth from any other source than labor, especial- 
ly never place dependence upon becoming the possessor of an inheri- 
tance. " He who waits for dead men's shoes, may have to go for a 
long time barefoot." " He who runs after a shadow, has a wearisome 
race." 

Above all things, nerer despair. " God is where he was." "Hea- 
ven helps those who help themselves." 

Accounts should be kept detailing the expenses and products of 
each field. 

When an implement is no longer wanted for the season, lay it care- 
fully aside, but first let it be well cleaned. 





39 days. FEBRUARY. 11 


IXecIination and Soutliing of the Planets. 




Mercury. | Venus, 
dec. sou. j dec. sou 
sou. eve. sou. mor 


Mars, 1 J 


upiter. 


Saturn, 
dec. sou 
sou. eve 


Herschel. 


dec. 
nor. 


sou. de 


c. 


sou. 


dec 
. nor 


sou. 
eve. 


eve. nor. 


eve. 




° ' h m ( ° ' h ni 


O 1 


hm ° ' 


hm 


° • h ir 


1 ° ' 


h m 


1 


IS 33 26:21 38 9 1 


3 18 50 


6 17 23 8 


10 8 


8 54 2 11; 5 20 


4 12 


7 


14 53 44 i 21 46 9 2 


5 19 38 


6 5 23 11 


942 


8 39 1 50 5 25 


3 49 


13 


10 24 1 12133,1 9 3 


3 20 25 


5 54 23 14 


9 17 


8 23 1 29 5 30 


327 


]9 


5 31 1 14 20 57 9 4 


)2110 


5 43 23 17 


8 52 


8 6 1 


B 5 36 


3 4 


25 


1 3 1 1849 59' 9 4' 


' 2152 5 33 23 18' 8 27] 


7 49 4 


7 5 43 


2 41 


Pliases of tlie Moon. 


^ New Moon 4th day 8h 52m evening. 


]) First Quarter 11th day 3h 6m evening. 


O Full Moon 18th day lib 7m evening. 


(T Last Quarter 97th day 3h 32m morning. 


"c" 


D 


Calendar, 


O O 


1 o 


• • 


1 1 o 


EQ. T 


2_ 


A 


Asxiccts, &c. 


rise, sets 


south 


PI R&S 


Idee, sou.lsemi. 


8l. 








1 m 


h m 


h m 


S. 


h m 


/ ., 


. ,, 


m s 


1 


3 


D 9 r\') runs low 


7 18 


5 9 


12 14 


^ 


4 9 


17 11 44 


16 15 


13 52 


2 


4 


[S. 


7 17 


5 11 


12 14 


10= 


5 2 


16 54 36 


16 15 


14 


3 


5 




7 16 


5 12 


12 14 


10= 


6 


16 37 10 


16 15 


14 7 


4 


6 




7 14 


5 14 


12 14 




Dset 


16 19 271 


16 14 


14 13 


5 


7 


([56 


7 13 


5 15 


12 14 


^ 


6 21 


16 1 26 


16 14 


14 19 


6 


B 


5th S. af. Epiph. 


7 11 


5 17 


12 14 


K 


7 31 


15 43 10 


16 14 


14 23 


7 


2 


9 in Perigee. 


7 10 


5 18 12 14 


K 


8 43 


15 24 37 


16 14 


14 27 


8 


3 


D¥c5 


7 9 


5 19 12 15 


T 


9 56 


15 5 49 


16 14 


14 30 


9 


4 


J. a. Adams el. p. 


7 8 


5 21 


12 15 


^ 


11 8 


14 46 45 


16 14 


14 32 


10 


5 


[by H. of R., 1825. 


7 7 


5 22 


12 15 


8 


morn 


14 27 27 


16 13 


14 34 


11 


6 


D cf 6 D W Clin- 


7 5 


5 23 


12 15 


8 


16 


14 7 54 


16 13 


14 34 


12 


7 


Lton d. 1828. 


7 4 


5 25 


12 15 


n 


1 25 


13 48 7 


16 13 


14 33 


13 


B 


6th S. af. Epiph. 


7 2 


5 26 


12 15 


n 


2 30 


13 28 7 


16 13 


14 32 


14 


2 


]) runs high N, 


7 1 


5 27 


12 15 


n 


3 29 


13 7 54 


16 13 


14 31 


15 


3 


l>^46 


7 


5 28 


12 14 




4 24 


12 47 29 


16 13 


14 28 


16 


4 


Melancthon born 


6 58 


5 29 


12 14 


CT^ 


5 11 


12 26 50 


16 12 


14 24 


17 


5 


ri497. 


6 57 


5 31 


12 14 


oQ 


5 52 


12 6 


16 12 


14 20 


18 


6 


^hd 


6 56 


5 33 


12 14 


a 


D ris 


11 44 59 


16 12 


14 15 


19 


7 


$Q 


6 54 


5 35 


12 14 


CD 


6 37 


U 23 44 


16 12 


14 10 


20 


B 


Septuagesima S. 


6 52 


5 36 


12 14 


M 


7 35 


11 2 23 


16 11 


14 4 


21 


2 




6 50 


5 38 12 14 


W 


8 31 


10 40 50 


16 11 


13 57 


2213 


# in Apogee. 


6 49 


5 39 


12 14 




9 28 


10 19 6 


16 11 


13 49 


23 


4 


§ in Petihelion. 


6 47 


5 40 


12 14 


-■^ 


10 25 


9 57 13 


16 11 


13 41 


24 


5 




6 45 


5 41 


12 14 


m 


11 20 


9 35 11 


16 11 


13 33 


25 


6 


§ Gr. Elong. 


6 44 


5 ^ 


12 13 


rn 


morn 


9 13 ] 


16 10 


13 23 


26 


7 




6 42 


5 43 


12 13 


m 


14 


8 50 41 


16 10 


13 14 


27 


B 


Sexagesima Sund. 


6 41 


5 44 


12 13 


s 


1 8 


8 28 15 


16 10 


13 3 


28 
29 


2 


D runs low S. 


6 40 


5 45 


12 13 


i 


1 59 


8 5 39 


16 10 


12 52 


S 




6 39 


5 46 


12 13 


ly 


2 46 


7 42 57 


16 9 


12 40 


We are but passengers of a day, whether it is in a stage coach or 


the immense machine of the universe. In God's name, then, why 


should we not make the way as pleasant to each other as possible ? 


Short as our journey is, it is long enough to be tedious to him who 


sulks in his corner, sits aneasy himself, and elbows his neighbor to 


make him uneasy also. 





1^ MARCH. 1848. 

Are you censured by your friends ? 

Keep at work : 
Whether they are wrong or right, 

May be you must 'bide your time, 
If for victory you fight. 

Keep at work. 



Farmers' Calendar. 

Improvement has been for a few years the fashion as to sugar mak- 
ing ; but with all experiments it is found that perfect cleanliness and 
care against burning are the two grand secrets of success. In order 
to ensure perfect sweetness it is advised to wash and scald all the ves- 
sels thoroughly, afterwards rinsing with lime water, which will re- 
move all the musty or sour smell which is apt to be found, especially 
in %vooden vessels which have been put away damp or deposited in a 
damp place. These precautions, together with straining ihe sap and 
syrup (the latter through flannel,) and care against scorching, will se- 
cure good sugar. 

Keep your cattle from your grass lands while wet and soft ; look 
well to the animals with youngj and see that the fences are all put 
right as soon as the snow is off. 

Tomato and other seed may be sown in pots or boxes in the house 
this month and get a good growth ready for transplanting at the proper 
season. Boxes made with moveable partitions, so as to be taken out 
when the plants are ready for planting, thus allowing the plant and 
the earth with it to be removed without disturbing the roots, are best. 



Warts on the udder and teats of cows may be easily removed, sim- 
ply by washing them in a solution of alum and water. We have 
known this application to result favorably, even after all other pre- 
scriptions had failed, and the disease seemed to have advanced beyond 
the possibility of cure. Try it. 

Lettuce and Peas. These two articles may be sown earlier than 
most garden vegetables, as the frost does not destroy the leaf, though 
it checks the growth. Early turnips, too, are not afraid of the snow. 
Early turnips must be salted in the garden, or the worms will work 
in them. If the bottoms are not wanted, the tops are good for boiling 
with pork. — Mass. Plouo-hman. 

How TO Dapple a Horse — Take in the Spring the large buds of 
young oak trees, mix them with the horse's provender, and give il to 
him three or four times to eat, and he will be dappled, and continue so 
for a whole year ! The buds of young elms will have the same effect. 

Never keep your cattle short; few farmers can afford it. If you 
starve them they will starve you. 

Popular Delusion. — To believe that because a dandy's straps are 
drawn tight upon his trowsers, that they are going^to lift him into re- 
spectable society. 

Cement for Grafting. One part of good beef's tallow, two 
parts of pure beeswax, and four parts of rosin. Melt all and mix 
well; then poui into cold water, and work very thoroughly, as shoe- 
maker's wax. We have frequently used cement with these propor- 
tions, and it will not melt in warm weather, nor crack in cold weath- 
er. — Boston Cultivator. 

Obtain good seed, prepare your ground well, sow early, and pay 
very little attention to the moon. 

Cultivate your own heart aright ; remember that " whatsoever a 
man soweth, that he shall also reap." 

Avoid a low and damp site for a dwelling house. Build sufficient- 
ly distant from your barn and stockyard to avoid accidents by fire. 

Good fences make good neighbors. 



31 days. 



MARCH. 



13 



Declination and. Sontliin^ of tlie Planets. 



Mercury. 



Venus. 



dec. I sou. I dec. I sou 



nor. 

1 26 

2 5 

sou. |mor. 
2 55 11 15 
5 15110 46 



eve. I sou. mor. 

h m I " ' h m 

1 10|l8 55 9 52 

42:17 20 9 58 

15 28 10 4 

13 20 10 9 

10 58' 10 14 



Mars. 



Jupiter. 



dec. I sou. I dec. 



sou. 



fcaturn. 



dec. I sou. dec .Isou 



nor. eve. | nor. eve. 
° ' hm^ ° ' hm 

22 25! 5 24 23 19 8 7 

23 ll 5 15 23 20 7 43 

23 33 5 5 23 20 7 20 

24 1 4 56|23 19 6 57 
24 24' 4 47 23 18^ 6 35 



)r. eve. 

' h m 
35 30 
18 mor. 

1 11 45 
44 1124 
2811 3 



Herschei. 



nor. jeve. 
^ ' h m 
5 48 2 23 

5 55 2 

6 31138 
6 10| 1 15 
6 1810 53 



PIxases of the Moon. 

9 New Moon 5th day 8h 27in morning. 
T) First Quarter 11th day llh 51m evening. 
O Full Moon 19th day 4h 21m evening. 
a Last Quarter 27th day 8h 29m evening. 



D I Calendar, 

^ ! Aspects, A-c. 



O I O I O 
rise. sets, south 



• I © I O. jJEQT. 

P1|r & s|dec.sou. semi.|Q si. 



1 


4 


2 


5 


3 


6 


4 


7 


5 


A 


6 


2 


7 


3 


8 


4 


9 


5 


10 


6 


11 


7 


12 


A 


13 


2 


14 


3 


15 


4 


16 


5 


17 


6 


18 


7 


19 


A 


20 


2 


21 


3 


29 


4 


23 


5 


24 


6 


25 


7 


26 


A 


27 


2 


28 


3 


29 


4 


30 


5 


3] 


6 



Wesley d. 1791. 

$ Stat. 9 in y 

Quinq. S. QTj ^5 
% Stat. ® in Per. 

Ash Wednesday. 

9 t3 I> r'nshigh 
lstSinL't.0$(5 

Jackson b. 1767. 

St Patrick $ T^ ^ 

2d S. in Lent. 
ent'd "Mp spring 
[begins. 
9 in Apogee. 

a.Elisab'th d.l603 
Annunciation. 
3d S. in Lent. 
5 runs low S. 

$y 

Gustavus III. as- 

[sassinated, 1792 

0^D 



h m 
6 38 
6 36 
6 34 
6 33 
6 31 
6 29 
6 27 
6 25 
6 24 
6 22 
6 21 
6 19 
6 17 
6 15 
6 13 
6 12 
6 10 
6 8 
6 7 
6 5 



m 


h m 


3 


h m 


47 


12 12 


Vp 


3 30 


49 


12 12 




4 12 


50 


12 12 


.«. 


4 56 


52 


12 12 


^ 


5 30 


53 


12 12 


^ 


3 set 


55 


12 11 


cp 


7 38 


56 


12 11 


qp 


8 52 


57 


12 11 


H 


10 3 


58 


12 11 


H 


11 15 


59 


12 10 


n 


morn 





12 10 


n 


22 


1 


12 10 


n 


1 23 


2 


12 10 




2 21 


3 


12 9 


c^ 


3 10 


4 


12 9 


p 


3 51 


6 


12 9 





4 28 


7 


12 8 


lip 


5 4 


8 


12 8 


iti'. 


5 35 


9 


12 8 


lip 


]) ris 


11 


12 7 




7 7 


12 


12 7 


^^ 


8 4 


13 


12 7 


IT] 


9 


14 


12 7 


ni 


9 58 


16 


12 6 


IT] 


10 55 


17 


12 6 


-? 


11 49 


18 


12 6 


J 


morn 


20 


12 5 


Vp 


41 


21 


12 5 


Vp 


1 30 


22 


12 5 


V? 


2 13 


23 


12 4 


■M* 


2 58 


24 


12 4 


^ 


3 37 



7 20 
6 57 
6 34 



16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
59116 



41 

S. 18 

N. 1 

29 

52 



12 29 

12 16 

12 3 

11 50 

11 36 

11 22 

11 8 

10 53 

10 38 

10 22 

10 6 

9 49 

9 32 

9 15 



8 40 

8 ^ 

8 5 

47 

28 

10 

52 

33 

6 15 

5 56 

5 38 

5 19 

5 1 

4 42 

4 24 

4 6 



He that is true to liis word, has the happiness, always, to be cred- 
ited and relied on, while the man that is regardless of it fails of the 
advantages accruing thereby, at the time it should stand him in the 
greatest,stead. He that loosely promises, as if it was a light affair, and 
is negligent of performing what he has promised, overwhelms him- 
self in more vexations than can easily, if at all, be removed. 



l± APRIL . 184:8. 

If the devil growls at you, 

Keep at work : 
That's the best way to resist j 

If you hold an argument, 
You may feel his iron fist. 

Keep at work. 



Farmers' Calendar. 

Salt your cattle when first turned out to grass feed, to prevent the 
purgative effect of fresh feed. Don't forget the garden, which, if 
properly attended to, will furnish as much for the support of the family 
as half a dozen acres of other parts of the farm. Early 'cucumbers, 
melons, cabbages, lettuce, radishes, &;c, may be started in pots ; or 
what is better, make a hot-bed. To do this make a very rich bed in a 
warm position, and case it with a board frame two feet deep on the 
back and one on the front, and of the breadth of a common window 
sash, Vhe length may be two, three or more sashes, if you cover with 
glass — but it is said that coarse cotton cloth answers every purpose 
and never scorches the plants, as glass sometimes does. Such a hot- 
bed, which can be made in a few hours, plentifully supplied with ma- 
nure, and pretty frequent sprinklings with water and the admission 
of air when the weather is fine, will be a valuable addition to the 
garden. 

Prune, graft, and set out trees before the leaf-buds have come out. 
Now, too, is the time to trim the currant, gooseberry and raspberry 
bushes. 



The Torquay Directory says that the best way to cook beets is to 
bake them. Very likely : the juice would be better preserved than 
by boiling. This mode of cooking is almost the only one practised in 
Italy. 

Good iron is not used for nails, nor are soldiers made of good men. 

To climb a tree to catch a fish, is talking much and doing nothing. 

Looking for promotion, is like hanging to the tail of a beautiful 
horse. 

Two skins cannot be stripped from one cow, is to say that exhorta- 
tion has its limits. 

An avaricious man is like a serpent wishing to swallow an elephant. 

Exaggeration is to "paint a snake and add legs." 

To Destroy Insects on Trees, Shrubs, &c. Tie up some 
flower of sulphur in a piece of gauze, and dust the plants with it. 

Prince Albert is the very best early pea we have ever cultivated. 
It is a week earlier than the best old varieties ; excellent, and yields 
good crops, — Genesee Farmer. 

In company, set a guard upon your tongue — in solitude, upon your 
heart. 

The most ignorant have knowledge enough to detect the faults of 
others — the most clear-sighted are blind to their own. 

A GREAT talker never wants enemies — the man of sense speaks 
little and hears much. 

Though the ways of virtue are rough and craggy, yet they reach 
to Heaven, 

Banter, but never make the cheek red. 

Keep notes of all remarkable events on your farm. Recording even 
your errors will be of benefit. 

The better animals can be fed, and the more comfoitable they can 
be kept, the more profitable they are, and all farmers work for profit. 

Sow clover deep ; it secures it against the drought. 

Ground once well plowed is better than thrice poorly. 

One animal well fed is of more value than two poorly kept. 







31 days. APRIL. 15 




Declination and Soutbing of tlie Planets. 




O Mercury, 


Venus. 


Mars. 


Jupiter. 1 


Saturn. iHerschel. 
dec, sou. jdec. sou. 




"< 


dec. soo. 


dec, sou 


dec. sou. 


dec. 


sou. ! 






sou. mor. 


sou. mor 


nor. eve. 


nor. 


eve. 


sou. mor. nor. eve. 






° ' h m 


" ' h m 


° ' h m 


t 


hml 


° ' h m " ' h m 




1 


6 10 10 29 


8 10 1 


3 24 44 4 37 


23 16 


6 10 


6 9 10 386270 27 




7 


5 29 10 23 


5 18 10 2' 


2 24 55 4 29 


23 13 


5 48 


5 54 10 1716 35 mor. 




13 


3 39 10 24 


2 30 10 2. 


5 25 1 4 21 


23 10 


5 28 


5 39 9 56j6 43 1138 




19 


55 10 29 


nor. 10 2 


3125 21 4 13 


23 6 


5 7 


5 24 9 35,6 51 1116 




25 


nor. 10 38 


3 12 10 32'24 561 4 5 


23 2 


4 47 


5 11 9 14'6 58 10 54 




Pliases of tlie Moon. 




9 New Moon 3d day 6h 11m evening. 




5 First duarter 10th day 9h 59m morning. 




QFuU Moon 18th day 9h 41m morning. 




C Last Quarter 26th day 9h 30m morning. 




' "°" 


a 


Calendar, 


1 !• 


9 


0. 


EQ, T 




; 3_ 


J_ 


Aspects, &c. rise. 


sets.'.southiPl 


R >Nc s dec. nor. 


semi. 


0sl, 










1 m|h m 


h m'S. 


h m 


, -- 


, -, 


m s 




'-. I 


7 


D$c5 I>$6 


3 43' 6 26 


12 4 


K 


4 14 


4 46 58 


16 1 


3 47 




2 


A 


4th S.ia LUdlld 


5 41 6 27 


12 4 


K 


4 52 


5 10 


16 


3 30 




3 


2 


3)136 


5 39,6 28 


12 3 


T 


Dset 


5 32 57 


16 


3 12 




4 


3 


% in Perigee. 


5 37; 6 29 


12 aqp 


7 43 


5 55 49 


16 


2 54 




5 


4 




5 35 6 30 


12 3 


8 


8 57 


6 18 34 


16 


2 37 




6 


5 


Dh6 9 Stat. 


5 33 6 31 


12 2 


8 


10 7 


6 41 12 


15 59 


2 19 




7 


6 


0W6 [N. 


5 3ll6 32 


12 2 


n 


11 14 


7 3 44 


15 59 


2 2 




8 


7 


(I d"6 C r'nshigh 


5 30,6 33 12 2 


n 


morn 


7 26 9 


15 59 


1 41 




- 9 


A 


5th S. in Lent. 


5 2816 34 12 1 


C-; 


14 


7 48 27 


15 59 


1 28 


1 


10 


2 


U. S. bank incor- 


5 27;6 35 12 1 


c-;; 


1 6 


8 10 35 


15 58 


1 12 




11 


3 


[porated,.1811. 


5 25; 6 37 


12 1 


a 


1 52 


8 32 36 


15 58 


56 


' 


12 


4 


Clay b. 1776. 


5 24,6 38 


12 1 


a 


2 32 


8 54 28 


15 58 


40 




13 


5 




5 22 6 39 


12 


a 


3 5 


9 16 10 


15 57 


24 




14 


6 




5 20:6 41 


12 


w 


3 36 


9 37 44 


15 57 


S. 9 




15 


7 


[Sund, 


5 18 


6 42 


12 


m 


4 5 


9 59 8 


15 57 


F. 6 




16 


A 


6th S. In Lt. Palm 


5 17 


6 44 


12 0\:C^ 


4 33 


10 20 23 


15 57 


20 




17 


2 


Dr Franklin d. '90 


5 15 


6 45 


11 59 


:i:v 


5 2 


10 41 27 


15 56 


35 




18 


3 


9 in Apogee. 


5 I3J 


6 47 


11 59 


£> 


Diis. 


11 2 21 


15 56 


49 




19 


4 


$26 


5 11 


6 48 


11 59 


m 


7 51 


11 23 4 


15 56 


1 3 




20 


5 




5 10 


6 49 


11 59 


m 


8 47 


11 43 35 


15 56 


1 16 




21 


6 


Good Friday. 


5 9 


6 51 


11 59 


s 


9 42 


12 3 56 


15 55 


1 28 




22 


7 


D runs low S. 


5 7 


6 52 


11 58 


t 


10 35 


12 24 4 


15 55 


1 40 




23 


A 


Easter S. 


5 5 


6 53 


11 58 


J: 


11 26 


12 44 1 


15 55 


1 52 




24 


2 


Brazil disc. 1500. 


5 4 


6 55 


11 58 


v> 


morn 


13 3 45 


15 55 


2 3 




25 


3 




5 26 56 


11 58 


^ 


11 


13 23 16 


15 54 


2 14 




26 


4 


Hume b. 1711. 


5 1 6 57 


11 58 




52 


13 42 31 


15 54 


2 24 




27 


5 


J. Monroe b. 1758 


4 59:6 58 


11 57 


^ 


1 31 


14 1 36 


15 54 


2 33 




28 


6 


^W6 


4 57 6 59J11 57 


}i 


2 9 


14 20 27 


15 54 


2 42 




29 


7 


Dh6 


4 56 7 


11 57 


TX 


2 44 


14 39 3 


15 53 


2 51 




30 


A 


1st S, af. Easter. 


4 54 7 1 


11 57 


T 


3 19 


15 57 25 


15 53 


2 59 




By constant temperance, habituai^ moderate exercise, and unaffec- 




ted honesty, you -will avoid the fees of the lawyer and the sheriff, 




gain a good report, and probably add ten years to your life. Honor that 




which is good, just, and virtuous, iji all men, let their form of worship 


[ 


or outward manner of expression about religion be what it may. Do 




not set down the mistakes of the head for corruptions of the heart. 






. 































16 MAY. 1848. 

Are your talents villified? 

Keep at work : 
Greater men than you are hated ; 

If you're right, then go ahead — 
Grit will be appreciated. 

Keep at work. 



Farmers' Calendar. 

The best manure for giass lands is a well mixed compost; reserve 
the new barn-yard manure and spread upon land which is to be plow- 
ed, so that the manure may be buried and all its virtues absorbed by 
the soil. Dou't be so much in a hurry as to plow the land while wet ; 
better let it alone. In nearly all field crops, drilling is preferred in 
England to sowing either broadcast or dibbling ; and of course their 
land is thoroughly broken up and made light and mellow for the seed. 
Cannot corn sown broadcast, and mowed and cured early, be made a 
substitute for hay ? It is the custom in some parts of the country to 
sow corn in this way for soiling cattle — that is, for summer feed in 
the stall, and more common still to feed the stalks of ripe corn ; but 
it is suggested that corn cut just at the tasseling time would probably 
prove rich feed, for cows especially, and produce very much more in 
weight to the acre than any of the grasses. 



Quinces. — The quince is of easy culture, and in a good soil and 
with proper care, it may be got into bearing much earlier than suppo- 
sed. Many people think the quince must be set in a damp soil ; but 
it will not flourish so well, nor will the fruit be so large and fail, as 
when grown upon a dry sandy loam. The Portugal and large Orange 
are the best varieties. That which is often cultivated as the Orange 
in this State, is one-third less than the true Orange or Apple, propa- 
gated b}' our be€t n-urserymen, — Cor. of the Mich. Farmer. 

To DESTROY Worms Ar«D Insects. The fact is not so generally 
known as it deserves to be that pulverised tobacco, scattered broadcast 
over a bed in the garden, just as the plants are making their appear- 
ance above the surface, will have a powerful efiect in restraining the 
depredations of worms and insects. Many plints are greatly injured 
just as they are breaking ground, by small and almost imperceptible 
insects, which often escape the observation of the gardener. By giv- 
ing them a " portion" of the vile weed, they cease their depredations 
instanter. Try it. 

Copying Letters. — A contemporary gives a very simple process 
for taking copies of letters without the expense of a copying-press, as 
follows: " A strip of muslin attached to a wooden roller, and costing 
certainly not more than twelve cents, answers every purpose. The 
paper, after being properly wet, should be placed between the muslin 
and tlie roller ; and by merely rolling the roller up, consequently press- 
ing the paper against tbe letter, will take a perfect impression from it. 
As this method is so simple in its operation, and so quick and effec- 
tive, we are persuaded that in only requires to be generally known, to 
be brought into use by all. 

It is an error to plant seeds from a State further south. In a cold 
season only the seed of a colder climate will ripen well. 

Often breaking up a surface keeps a soil in health ; for when it 
lies in a hard bound state enriching showers run off, and the salubrious 
air cannot enter it. 

It will not do to hoe a great field for a little crop, or to mow twenty 
} acres for five loads of hay. Enrich the land and it will pay you for it, 

I! Better farm thirty acres well than fifty acres by halves. 
In dry pasture dig for water on the brow of a hill; springs are more 
frequently near the surface on a height than in a vale. 



31 days. 



MAY 



17 



Declination and Soutliiusr of tlie Planets. 



w Mercury. 



dec. i sou. 



Venus. 



dec. I sou. 



nor. mor, nor. mor. 
° ' h m j ° ' h m 
6 40il0 5ll 6 alio 35 
11 12|ll 9i 8 48il0 39 
13jl5 53'll 32|11 27ll0 43 
]9j2(} 12! eve. 13 57110 48 
25i23 29l 27|l6 15110 53 



Mars. 



dec. I sou. 



nor. eve. 



24 45 
24 27 
24 4 
23 35 
23 ll 



Jupiter. Saturn. Hprschel. 
dec. I sou. dec. I sou. dec. I sou. 
nor. ' eve. sou. mor. nor. moi. 



'>2 56 
22 50 
41122 43 
33j22 35 

25122 27 



' h ra r ' b m 
58! 8 52|7 5110 31 
461 8 31 17 13110 9 
351 8 49j7 20l 9 47 
25j 7 47 7 271 9 24 
161 7 2517 331 9 1 



Phases of tlie Moon. 

O Xew Moon 3d day 2h 25m morning. 
}) First Quarter 9tli day lOh 7m evening. 
O Full Moon 18th day Ih 52m morning. 
(1 Last Quarter 25th dav 6h 57m evening. 



o i Calendar, | © | © I #! ® 1 © ©. e* t 

^jAspects, dfcc.|rise.[sets.|south PliRfc sjdec. nor, semi, ©fa. 



1!2 

2; 3 

3 4 

4 5 

5 6 

6 7 
7A 



8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 

is: 

19 

20 

21|A 
2212 



DI3c5 G96 

9 in Perigee. 
9 Stat. 

J) runs high N. 

2d S. af. Easter. 
Gibbon b. 1737. 



America dis. 1492. 
[town, 1607. 
Land'g at James- 
3d S. af Easter, 
in Apogee. 



m h m h 



52,7 
5l|7 

50;7 
497 

47 7 
46j7 
447 



Bonaparte Emp'r 

©56 Sup. 

Lafayette d. 1834. |4 
4th S. af. Easter. j4 
j) runs low S. 

[1819. 
Queen Victoria b. 



Calvin d. 1564. 

Rogation. 5th S. 
af. Easter. 
Alex. Pope d 1744. 
9 in Per. D26 



2 11 

3 11 
5,11 
6,11 
Vjll 
8,11 
911 

42'7 10; II 
41|7 11:11 
397 12 11 
387 Mill 
37:7 I5I1I 
36 7 16 11 
347 ISUI 
33,7 19,11 
32'7 20 11 
3l!7 aijii 
307 22;il 
29 7 23 11 
287 24 11 
27i7 26 11 
26.7 27|11 
2517 28;il 
25 7 29,11 
24 7 3QJ11 
237 31 11 
23,7 32 11 
22,7 32 11 
2117 33 11 
2ll7 34 11 
20.7 35111 



m|S. 
57 i'^ 

5718 

571 n 

56! n 

53:^ 

56U 

56ia 
56, IIP 
56; up 

56j-- 

56U: 

56 in 
56 m 

56i r 
56i r 
56hr 

561^ 



h m ° 

3 56|l5 

4 33,15 
p set! 15 
8 55 16 



10 2 

10 59 

11 50 
morn 

31 

1 lojn 

1 41118 

2 11 18 

2 39 18 

3 6 18 

3 33 19 

4 2 19 
4 33 19 

5 ris 19 

8 31 19 

9 23 20 
10 11,20 

5b|-^ 10 53 20 
56! til 11 33J20 
571-1 morn 20 
921 

44 21 

1 18 21 

1 5l|21 

2 28,21 

3 7|21 
3 47I22 



15 34 15 
33 26|15 

51 2115 
8 24; 15 

25 29 15 
42 19115 
58 52! 15 
15 7,15 
31 515 
46 45:15 

2 8il5 

17 13,15 
31 58; 15 
46 26^15 

35 15 
14 2315 
27 52^15 
41 3 15 
53 52; 15 

6 22,15 

18 3I1I5 
30 19115 

41 47 15 

52 53' 15 

3 36|l5 
14 Oils 
24 115 
33 38' 15 

42 51115 
51 49 15 

23 15 



As he that hves longest lives but a little while, every man may be cer- 
tain that he has no time to waste. The duties ot life are commen- 
surate to its duration, and every day brings its task, which if neglec- 
ted is doubled on the morrow. Every moment misspent but lessens 
the time for the accomplishment of those duties for which the whole 
was just sufficient. 



18 JUNE. 1848. 

Everything is done by Labor : 

Keep at work, 
If you would improve your station ; 

They have help from Providence 
Who work out their own salvation. 

Keep at work. 



Farmers' Calendar. 

A GOOD rule for June is to keep the useless weeds and thistles out 
of the ground and the valuable plants 771 — and this pretty much covers 
the business of field and garden culture for the month. Turnips, late 
peas, and lettuce will do late in June or early in July. Weedy 01 
thistly fields intended for wheat in the fall should be plowed in June, 
cross-plowed in July, and still again if necessary. The kind and con- 
siderate farmer will be very watchful of his sheep after shearing that 
they may not be exposed to cold rains or in wet pastures. 



Sowing Grass Seed. — One very prominent error which %ve would 
particularly allude to at this time in the important work of laying lands 
to grass, is the withholding sufiicient seed. The necessity of sowing 
grass seed evenly, and sufficiently thick to ensure the occupation of 
the entire surface of the soil, is one that cannot but be ob\aous to all. 

In most fields there are not half the number of plants of the artifi- 
cial grasses, which should find footing in the soil. This gives an op- 
portunity for the native grasses, and noxious weeds to come in, which 
is always a serious disadvantage to the farmer, and a heavy injury to 
the crop, as hay. In this business, the only true policy for the farmer 
to adopt, is, to sow" too much" rather than not enough. By allowing i 
a large quantity of seed, he will draw his crop to a finer texture, and 
run no risk of having a part, and that not unfrequently a large one, 
unoccupied or crowded with weeds. It has been remarked that it 
would be as reasonable for a farmer to permit one half of the milk to 
remain in his cows' udders, as to permit his fields, that have been 
properly prepared for the reception of grass seed, to remain unoccu- 
pied or covered with worthless plants. 

" Let this be held the farmer's creed — 

For stock seek out the choicest breed j 

In peace and plenty let them feed : A^ 

Your land sow with the best of seed ; 

Let it not dung nor dressing need ; 

Inclose, plow, reap, with care and speed, 

And you will soon be rich indeed." 

Weeds exhaust the strength of the ground, and if suffered to grow 
may be called garden sins. 

The hand and the hoe are the instruments for eradicating weeds; 
yet if there is room between the rows for the spade it is well to use it. 

Cut bushes that you wish to destroy in the summer, and with a 
sharp instrument ; they will bleed freely and die. 

Rain is cash to a farmer. 

Do not begin farming by building an extensive house, nor a spacious 
barn until you have something to store in it. 

Experiments are highly commendable, but do not become an ha- 
bitual experimenter. 

The depredations of birds are fully compensated by the services 
they render in preying upon insects. 

Sheep put into fresh stables are apt to be killed by eating too much 
grain. 

A BARE pasture enriches not the soil, nor fattens the animals, nor 
increases the wealth of the owner. 

The greatest miracle of love is the reformation of a coquette. 



30 days. 



JUNE. 



19 



Declination and Southing of tlie Planets. 



Mercury 



dec. I sou. 



nor. 

o r 
2523! 

25 221 
24 15' 

22 251 
20 16' 



eve. 
h m 
1 2 



Venus. 



dec. I sou. 



nor. 



mor. 
" ' I h m 
18 37 11 
126 20 21111 7 
1 42 21 45!ll 14 
1 50 22 47 1122 
1 49.23 25' 11 31 



Mars. 



Jupiter. 




Saturn. 



dec. I sou. 



mor. 
h m 
6 59 
6 36 
6 14 
5 51 
5 28 



Herschel. 



dec.j sou. 

nor. roor. 
' ' h m 
7 39 8 35 
7 45 8 12 
7 49! 7 50 
7 541 7 27 
757I7 4 



Phases of the Moon. 

New Moon 1st day 9h 50m morning. 
}) First Quarter 8th day Oh 26m evening. 
OFull Moon 16th day, 4h 8m evening. 
a Last Q.uarter 24th day Ih 37m morning. 
9 New Moon 30th day 5h 29m evening. 



o I Calendar, 
^ (Aspects, <&c. 




rise. 



o 

sets 



O |©| • I o 

south PI R &. 3 dec. sou. 



0i 
semi, 



0fa. 



Ascension Day. 
5 (5 D rn's high 
[N. Dl|(3 DS6 
S. af. Ascension. 
[1799. 
Patrick Henry d. 
Cholera broke out 
[in Amer. 1832. 



Pentecost Whit S 
9 in Apogee. 
M. Luther excom 
[bythe Pope 1520. 

Qhn 

D runs low S. 
Bat. Bunker Hill, 
Trinity S. [1775, 

O enters E2. Sum- 
[mer begins, 

h(L6 

1st S. af. Trinity. 
(J in Aphelion. 
% in Perigee. 

]) runs high N. 

add 



h m h 



4211 
4211 
43 11 
43 11 
44' 12 
44,12 



45 
45 
45 
46 
7 46 
7 46 
47 
47 
47 
47 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 
48 



7 48:12 



h m » 
]) set 22 

8 43 22 

9 4l|22 
10 27 122 



11 6 
11 45 
morn 
12'22 

42I22 



9123 
37|23 
7;23 
37I23 
9j23 
45|23 
D ris 23 
8 9i23 

8 54 23 

9 36 23 
10 13 23 

10 48 23 

11 2123 
11 55 23 
morn 23 



28 

1 2 

1 42 

2 28 

3 16 
])set 



8 28 
16 13 
23 36 
30 34 
37 7 
43 18 
49 6 
54 29 
59 28 

4 2 

8 12 
11 58 

15 19 

18 17 

20 49 

22 56 

24 39 

25 57 

26 51 

27 19 
27 22 
27 3 
26 15 
25 4 

23 28 

21 37 

19 3 

16 13 
13 

9 20 



2 26 
2 17 
2 7 
1 57 
1 47 
1 36 
1 25 
1 14 
1 2 
51 
39 
27 
14 
F. 2 
S. 11 
23 
36 

49 

1 2 
1 15 
1 28 
1 41 

1 54 

2 6 
2 19 
2 32 
2 44 

2 57 

3 9 
3 21 



Let the young men of this republic, with a noble ardor and high 
aims, carve out a path honorable to themselves and their country. 
Relying upon their own exertions they may aspire to great things and 
accomplish them. Soon they are to wield the destinies of the nation ; 
and whether it be for good or evil will depend upon themselves. 



20 JULY. 1848. 

Thou, God, hast decked this earth with flowers 

Of varied form and hue ; 
Yet each receives from heaven its showers, 

And each the morning dew : 
So we, though varying in our mode 

Of worship here below. 
Alike receive thy grace, O God, 

In streams which freely flow. 



Farmers' Caleudar. 

The Quebec Gazette stated, in 1846, that an ounce of orpiment (to 
i be found in drug store*,) burnt on charcoal near a wheat field, any 
time after sunset or before suniise, when the plants begin to flower, is 
suflScient to destroy the wheat fly in a six acre field. Another plan 
is to carry strong lights around the field at night, (the darker the night 
the better,) when the flies will rush to the lights and perish. Both 
experiments have been successfully tried in Canada. 

Canada Thistles. A farmer of Oneonta, N. Y., says of thistles : 
" Salt them — use salt freely, and your cattle and horses will gnaw 
and tramp them to death." Remember the word " liberally ;" a small 
quantity of salt would probably act as a manure, and stimulate the 
thistle instead of killing it. Frequent cutting when about to put forth 
flowers, and previously, is perhaps as safe a way as any to rid the 
soil of these unwelcome visitors ; or they may be plowed in, before 
flowering, and thus made to enrich the soil by decomposition. 

Haying. Not many years since it was deemed impossible to do 
up haying without steam- poicer. Happily, in these days cold-water 
power alone (and very little of that,) with horse-rakes, are found fiir 
more expeditious and far cheaper also than the old diunk-before-din- 
ner fashion. In this respect, both books and newspapers have had a 
powerful influence ; and for once, we trust the most stubborn contem- 
ner of book and newspaper farming will give the printers full credit. 

Never regret what is iiretrievably lost. 

Never expose your disappointment to the world. 

Ice ciearo should never remain long in a tin freezer. 



i Salsify, or Vegetable Oyster. We could never perceive much 

resemblance in the taste of this vegetable to the real oyster; but we 

' know a person who cooks it in such a manner that every one that j 

1 tastes it, pronounces it delicious. The mode is as follows: — Salsify 

is scraped and washed ; then cut into thin pieces across the roots, j 

1 boiled, in just suflicient water to cover them, till they are very tender. | 

j When done, they should be dressed with vinegar, pepper and salt, and j 

j a litter of butter ; oi instead, a dressing of eggs and flour beaten to- 

i gether and poured over them. — Albany Cultivator. 

j FoRGrvENEss. — Is there any real satisfaction in retaliating an inju- 

] ry ? We venture to say there is not. On the contrary, we have 

i known a slight offence visited by a slight retaliation, when regret for 

j having resorted to it was far from being slight oi of brief duration. 

I And we think we may confidently assure any i)eTSon, young or old, 

! who is determined to retaliate, that he or she will have the worst in 

j the encounter. There is a satisfaction in forgiving an injury, which 

I arevengefulspirit never experienced ; whether the injury is done to our 

j prospects or to our feelings, the best return we can make is to forgive. 

I Sweet Apple Pudding. — Take one pint of scalding milk, half a 

j pint of Indian meal, a tea-spoonful of salt, and six sweet apples cut 

into small pieces, and bake not less than three hours ; the apples will 

afford an excellent rich jelly. This is truly one of the most luxurious 

yet simple Yankee puddings made. 

That man is happy who makes himself tlje happiness of others. 







j 131 days. JULY. 31 1 


j Declinatioia. and ^outtiing of the Planets. j 


3 


Meicury, 


Venus, 
dec. sou 
nor. mor 


AJais. 


Jupiter, 
dec. sou. 
nor. eve. 


Saturn, 
dec. sou. 
sou. mor. 


Herschel. 


dec. sou. 


dec. 


sou. 
eve. 


dec.l sou. 
nor. mor. 


nor. eve. 


noi. 




° ' h m 


° ' hm 


O 1 


h m 


° ' li m 


° ' h m 


° ' h ra 


1 


18 11 138 


23 39 113 


3 17 33 


2 3? 


21 13 1 17 


3 52 5 5 


8 6 41 


7 


16 33 1 16 


23 28 114 


J 16 42 


2 23 


20 58 58 


3 53 4 41 


8 2| 6 17 


13 


15 44 44 


22 52 11 5 


5 15 11 


2 14 


•20 42 40 


3 55 4 17 


8 41 5 54 


19 


15 54|morn 


2151 eve 


13.55 


2 5 


>0 2t) 22 


3 59 3 531 8 5| 5 31 


25 


16 54 1120 


20 28 1 


1 12 35 1 56 


20 8 4 


4 4 3 29 8 61 5 7 


Phases of the Moon. 


D Eirst Q,uarter 8lh day 5h 40m morning. 


QFulI Moon 16th day 4h 31m morning. 


d Last Quarter 23d day 6h 38m morning. 


^ New Moon 30th day 


2h 35m morning. | 


o |b 


Calendar, j | © 

Aspects, sfcc.'rise.lseis 


I©1 • 1 1 EQ. T 


bI^ 


south'Pi;R & s|dec. nor Isemi. 0sl. 








b m 


h ml h 


m 


S 


h m 


, -. 


, -. 


m g 


1 


7 


in Apogee. 


4 19 


7 47112 


4 


^3 


8 15 


23 5 17 ' 


5 45 


3 33 


2 


A 


2d S. af. Trinity. 


4 19 


7 47 12 


4 


a 


8 59 


23 50 15 45 


3 44 


3 


2 


(Ld6 


4 20 


7 47 12 


4 


a 


9 36 


22 55 59 15 45 


3 55 


4 


3 


§ in Aphelion. 


4 91 


7 47 


12 


4 


a 


10 10 


22 50 44 15 45 


4 6 


5 


4 


$ Stat. 


4 21 


7 46 


12 


4 


Hi' 


10 41 


22 45 5 15 45 


4 17 


6 


5 




4 22 


7 46 


12 


4 


nc 


11 9 


22 39 3 15 45 


4 27 


7 


6 


h Stat. [1797. 


4 23 


7 46 


12 


5 




11 38 


22 32 36 15 45 


4 37 


8 


7 


Edmund Burke d. 


4 23 


7 45 


12 


5 


£i 


morn 


22 25 46 15 45 


4 46 


9 


A 


8d S. af. Trinity. 


4 24 


7 45 


12 


5 


■^ 


6 


22 18 33 15 45 


4 55 


10 


2 


Columbus b. 1447. 


4 25 


7 44 


12 


5 


iri 


35 


22 10 58 15 45 


5 4 


11 


3 


John Q,. Adams b. 


4 26 


7 44 


12 


5 


in 


1 7 


22 3 15 45 


5 12 


12 


4 


[1767. 


4 27 7 43 


12 


5 


t 


1 44 


21 55 48 15 45 


5 19 


13 


5 


9 runs low S. 


4 28|7 43'l2 


5 


t 


2 22 


21 45 55 15 45 


5 26 


14 


6 


^%6 0tiin 


4 29,7 42 


12 


6 


t 


3 8 


21 36 49 15 45 


5 33 


15 


7 


G. Clinton b. 1739. 


4 30i7 42 


12 


6 


y> 


4 


21 27 21 15 45 


5 39 


16 


A 


4th S. af. Trinity 


4 3117 41 


12 


6 


1^= 


D ris 


21 17 30 15 46 


5 44 


17 


2 


E Gerry b. 1739. 


4 3217 41 


12 


6 




8 16 


21 7 I8J15 46 


5 49 


18 


3 




4 33 7 40 


12 


6 


"^ 


8 49 


20 56 44 15 46 


5 54 


19 


4 


$ $ 6 d inf- 


4 347 39 


12 


6 


¥. 


9 23 


20 45 51 15 46 


5 58 


20 


5 


Dh6 


4 35; 7 38 


12 


6 


K 


9 57 


20 34 35 15 46 


6 1 


21 


6 


Burns died, 1796. 


4 35,7 37 


12 


6 


-P 


10 31 


20 23 1 15 46 


6 4 


22 


7 


D\]^6Q9 6Snp. 


4 36|7 36 


12 


6 


cp 


11 6 


20 11 1 15 46 


6 7 


23 


A 


5th S, af. Trinity. 


4 37.7 35 12 


6 


8 


11 41 


19 58 54' 15 46 


6 9 


24 


2 


0^6 


4 38 7 34 12 


6 


y 


morn 


19 46 6ll5 46 


6 10 


25 


3 




4 397 33|l2 


6 


8 


23 


19 33 10 15 46 


6 11 


26 


4 


I) runs high N, 


4 40 7 32 12 


€ 


n 


1 9 


19 19 53 15 46 


6 11 


27 


5 


III Stat. 


4 41 7 31 12 


6 


n 


2 1 


19 6 27,15 47 


6 11 


28 


6 


$ in Perehelion. j4 42 7 30 12 


6 


£3 


2 58 


18 52 22.15 47 


6 10 


29 


6 


DT^ci 14 43 7 29 12 


6 


^ 


4 


18 38 8'l5 47i 6 8 


30 


A 


6th S. af. Trinity. '4 44 7 28 12 


6 


a 


]> set 


18 23 37 15 47; 6 6 


31 


2 


i4 45 7 27 12 


6 


a 


8 11 


18 8 46 15 47 6 3 


Education is a companion which no misfortune can depiess, no] 


climate deistroy, no enemy alienate, 


no despotism enslave; — at home 


a friend ; abroad an introduction ; in 


solitude a solace ; in society an 


ornament. It lessens vice ; it guid 


es virtue ; it gives at once grace 


and government to the genius. Without it, what is man ? A splen- | 


did slave ! a leasoning savage ! 


1 



32 AUGUST. 1848. 

"Were I the sun" — " What then, my child? 

Were you the sun, what then r" 
" I would not shine, so warm and mild, 
' Upon such wicked men ; 

I'd wither up their budding grain 

When just it leaves the earth, 
And they should sow their seed in Tain, 
For never, never would I deign 

To warm it into birth. 



Farmers' Calendar. 

Haying, harvesting and preparing the ground for the ensuing crops 
of rye and wheat, make August a busy and important month to the 
farmer. The policy of after-math or rowen is doubted, unless tender 
grass is wanted for young cattle, lambs and colts. Taking the next 
season's crop into consideration, it may be a question whether a sec- 
ond cutting of grass will pay for the labor and extra manore for the 
field, which it will require. Save your own grass and clover seeds : 
timothy, orchard-grass, led top and clover can be saved now cheaper 
than you can buy them by and by. [n the long run the farmer will be 
a gainer who saves his own seed. In the first place he will save the 
profit which he has to pay somebody else when he buys ; and in the 
next place he can, if he pleases, be surR of the very best of seed. Put 
up herbs enough for future use ; — cut when the flo%ver is matured, dry 
in the shade, and hang them up in paper bags when dried — of course 
mark each bag so as to know what's what. 



To Wash Crape, Scakfs, &c. — If the fabric be good, the articles 
of dress can be washed as frequently as may be required, and no dim- 
inution of their beauty will be discoverable, even when the various 
shades of green have been employed among other colors in the pat- 
terns. The method of cleaning them is as follows : — make a strong j 
lather of boiling water — suffer it to cool ; when cold or nearly so, 
wash the scarf quickly and thoroughly, dip it immediately into cold 
hard water in which a little salt has been thrown (to preserve the col- 
ors) rince, squeeze, and hang it out to dry in the open air: pin it at 
its extreme edge to the line, so that it may not in any part be folded 
together: the more rapidly it dries the better. 

Valcablz Receipe. Mr. James B. Ayres has communicated to 
the public, through the Christian Advocate and Journal, a receipe for 
curing the discharge of blood from the lungs. It is as follows : — Take 
sixty grains of sugar of lead, ten grains of white vitriol, half an ounce 
of gum Arabic, half an ounce of laudanum, and five ounces of water j 
put them into a bottle, and shake it before taken. One or two tea- 
spoons full every two hours or ofiener, may he taken according to the 
bleeding. The preparation is rather pleasant to the taste. Mr. A. 
states that it had proved an effectual remedy in several cases of bleed- 
ing at the lungs, within his knowledge. 

Saliva in Horses. This troublesome complaint is easily arrested 
by mixing a table spoonful of the flower of sulphur with the salt given 
tiiem from time to time. There have been many speculations offered 
in regard to the cause or origin of this disease, but none that appears 
to be perfectly satisfactory. Some attiibate it to lobelia — others to 
bad hay, and others again to white clover. But whatever may be its 
origin is comparatively of small consequence, provided we possess tke 
means of cure. — Germantown (Pa.) Telegraph. 

Push. — Keep pushing. If you run against a snow bank or rail fence, 
don't go back, but push them over or leap them. If you hit against 
any difliculty, push it forward, or one side, and go on. It is no use to 
cry or lament ; it wont help the matter in the least. 



31 days. 



AtJGTJS T. 



33 



Declination and. s^ioutbiug of tlie Planets. 



p 


Mercury, j 


•< 


dec. 


sou. 
mor. 




nor. 







h m 


1 


18 28 


10 53 


7 


19 28 


10 47 


13 


19 27 


10 56 


16 


17 55 


1116 


25 


14 50 


1139 



Venus. 


Mars. 1 


dec. sou. 


dec. 


sou. 


nor. eve. 


nor. 


eve. 


° ' h m 


o < 


h m 


18 24 18 


10 58 


14=) 


16 18 24 


9 32 


135 


13 55 30 


8 4 


126 


11 19 35 


6 33 


116 


8 32 39 


5 2 


1 7 



Jupiter, 
dec. I sou. 



nor. I mor. 
" ' hm 
19 481 11 40 
19 2911122 
19 11111 4 
18 52110 45 
18 32110 27 



Saturn. ;Herschel. 



dec. I sou. dec. I sou. 



nor. imor. 
" ' I h m 
8 6|4 40 
8 51 4 16 
8 3|3 52 
8 1[ 3 28 
7 58 3 4 



u. mor. 

' h m 

121 3 1 

19i2 36 

2 12 

1 47 

1 22 



Phases of the Moon. 

D First (iuarter 6th day lOh 7m evening. 
O Full Moon 14th day 3h 36m evening. 
d Last Quarter 21st day llh 18m morning. 
^ New Moon 28th day 2h 11m evening. 



Calendar, 
g I % Aspects, &c. 



O O |# • 

rise, sets southiPl r & s dec. nor. 



IeQ.. T 

semi.|0 si. 



Contiu'nt of Amer 
[dis. 1498. 
Trial of Aaron 
[Burr com. 1807. 
9 in Apogee. 
7th S. af. Trinity. 
g Stat. 



y> runs low S. 



8th S. af. Trinity. 

§hc5 

$ in Perihelion. 

Q in Perigee. 
9th S. af. Trinity, 
[field, 1485. 
Bat. of Bos%vorth- 
]) runs high N. 

Herschel d. 1822. 

lOth S. af. Trinity. 
)) $ 6 eclipsd.' 
D96 

J. Bunyan d. 1688. 



25 

24 

22 

21 

20 

18 

17 

15 

14 

13 

11 

10 

9 

7 

6 

4 

2 



5'A 

57 

55 

6 53 

6 52 

6 50 

6 49 

6 47 

6 45 

6 43 

6 42 

6 40 

6 38 



h 


m 


12 


6 


12 


6 


12 


6 


12 


6 


12 


6 


12 


6 


12 


5 


12 


5 


12 


5 


12 


5 


12 


5 


12 


5 


12 


5 


12 


4 


12 


1 



12 


4 


12 


4 


12 


4 


12 


3 


12 


3 


12 


3 


12 


3 


12 


2 


12 


2 


12 


2 


12 


2 


12 


1 


12 


1 


12 


1 


12 





12 






s. 


h m 


np 


8 43 


np 


9 12 




9 41 


:£= 


10 9 


^^ 


10 36 


iri 


11 5 


iri 


11 40 


;r 


morn 


^ 


20 


:? 


1 3 


'/p 


1 50 


w 


2 46 




3 47 


^ 


D ris 


X 


7 23 


X 


7 57 


^ 


8 31 


T 


9 5 


ClfD 


9 43 


H 


10 23 


H 


11 8 


n 


11 56 


n 


morn 


£3 


50 


^ 


1 50 


a 


2 52 


n 


3 56 


lip 


5 set 


ifp 


7 12 


irp 


7 41 




8 10 



' ' ' 


' ' 


m s 


53 39 


15 47 


5 59 


38 14 


15 47 


5 55 


22 30 


15 47 


5 51 


6 30 


15 48 


5 46 


50 15 


15 48 


5 40 


33 42 


15 48 


5 34 


16 53 


15 48 


5 27 


50 


15 48 


5 19 


42 30 


15 48 


5 11 


24 56 


15 48 


5 2 


7 6 


15 49 


4 52 


49 2 


15 49 


4 42 


30 44 


15 49 


4 32 


12 12 


15 49 


4 21 


53 28 


15 49 


4 9 


34 30 


15 50 


3 57 


15 18 


15 50 


3 44 


55 54 


15 50 


3 31 


36 26 


15 50 


3 17 


16 28 


15 50 


3 3 


56 27 


15 50 


2 48 


36 16 


15 51 


2 34 


15 53 


15 51 


2 18 


55 19 


15 51 


2 2 


38 35 


15 51 


1 46 


13 40 


15 52 


1 30 


52 36 


15 52 


1 13 


31 22 


15 52 


56 


9 59 


15 52 


38 


48 27 


15 52 


20 


26 47 


15 53 


2 



Have patience, oh quiet, hoping heart ! What is denied to thee in 
life, because thou couldst not bear it, the happy moment of death be- 
stows. — Herder. 

That implicit credulity is the mark of a feeble mind, will not be 
disputed ; but it may not, perhaps, be as generally acknowledged, that 
the case is the same with unlimited scepticism. — Stewart. 



34 SEPTEMBER. 1848. 



"Bur on the harvest of the good, 

I'd send both heat and dew. 
Till every young and callow bud 

To golden fruitage grew. 
The flowers should spring around his door^ 

Beneath my mellow rays, 
Aud if he were despised and poor, 
I'd fill with richest fruit his store, 

And bless him all his days." 



Farmers' Calendar. 

We take the following directions on Wheat Culture from the A- 
merican Agriculturists' Almanac of 1844. 

From the 1st to the 20th of this month, is the proper time for sow- 
ing wheat in the Northern States. If put in before, excessive heat 
and drought prevents early and rapid germination, which is desirable, 
and exposes it when up to the ravages of the Hessian fly. If sown 
later, the plant seldom acquires sufficient depth and strength of root 
to stand the frost heaving of winter, and it is more liable to mildew or 
rust in the following summer. As this is the great agricultural staple 
in many of^the Ir^tates, it is of vast consequence in the aggregate, that 
every precaution should be taken to insure good crops. If clay lands 
have been pared and burnt, or under drained, or well charged with 
enriching vegetable manures, by which they have become lighter and 
more pervious to aii and wuter, it is sufficiently prepared by two good 
plowings a little time previous to sowing ; if sUch condition is lack- 
ing, no proper preparation can be made on such soil for wheat, with- 
out a good summer fallow, in which the soil is thrown ap, where not 
saturated with rain so as to bake, and exposed to the ameliorating in- 
fluences of air, sun, and dews. When this has been thoroughly done, 
such soils produce a large growth of the best wheat, and in Europe 
they are universally considered the very choicest wheat lands. When 
the ground is in good condition to receive the seed, it may be sown and 
harrowed in with a heavy drag, burying the seed about four inches. 
The experiment has been tried for a series of years in Scotland of 
plowing it in to a depth of six inches ; but we lack evidences of its 
utility in this country. The seed should be perfectly clean, free from 
light chaffy grains. To insure this, either raise it yourself, such as ^ 
you know to be good, or pay a little extra and get it from an approved 
source, by which y«u will secure another advantage more than equiv- 
alent to the additional cost, the benefits of a change of soil which is 
an advantage in all seeds. The next operation is preparing the seed. 
This is usually done by washing it in a strong brine, in which the 
lisht and imperfect grains and the smut will float, and may be poured 
off". If very smutty, it should be washed three times thoroughly. Af- 
ter the brine has been mostly drained out. quick lime must be sifted 
upon it, and stirred so that every grain shall have a good coating. This 
process assists the future crop in two ways, by effectually destroying 
smut, and by giving an early and healthy growth to the plant. This 
is the system adopted by the' best wheat-growers in the central part of 
New York, the great grainery of the N^orth. Young's Annals gives the 
result of several experiments in sowing wheat, which proved that while 
one bed of unprepared wheat gave 377 heads of smutty wheat, those 
soaked in ley twenty-four hours, and lime-water the same time, each, 
gave one head of smut. 

Kindness. — No man hath measured the power of kindness, for it is 
boundless ; no man has seen its death, for it is eternal. In all ages of 
the world, in every clime, among every kind, it hath sbone out a bright 
and beautiful star, a beaming glory ! 



30 days. 



SEPTEMBER 



35 





Declination and Soutliiug of the Planets. 


c 


Mercury, 
dec. sou 


Venus. Mars. 


Jupiter. Saturn. jHerschel. 


■< 


dec, sou. 


dec. 1 sou. 


dec. sou. dec i sou. dec. sou. 




nor. eve. 


nor. eve. 


nor. i eve. 


nor. mor. sou. mor. nor. mor. 




" ' hra 


" ' h m 


° ' h ni 


° 'hm" 'hm°'hm 


1 


9 57 I 


5 7 43 


3 12 57 


18 10 10 5 5 10 5-2 7 54 2 36 


7 


5 18 18 


2 5 47 


1 38 4ti 


17 50 9 47 5 12 27 7 50 2 12 


13 


sou. 33 


sou. 1 5'J 


sou. 37 


17 31 9 28 5 24, 2 7 46 1 47 


19 


3 58 44 


4 4' 54 


1 33 27 


17 12 9 9 5 35 eve. 7 41| 1 23 


25 


8 15 54 


7 61 57 3 9' 18 


16 54 8 50 5 46 11 11 7 36 59 



Phases of the Moon. 

D First Quarter 5lh day 3h 53m evening. 
O Full Moon 13th day Ih 28m morniftg. 
D Last duarter 19th day 5h 8m evening. 
^ New Moon 27th day 4h 43ra morning. 



Calendar, 
Aspects, &.C. 



O j 1 O |*| © 

ri«e.isets. south!Pl;R m 



I 

idee. nor. 



|Eq. T 
semi.i0fa. 



0$6 

London b. 1666. 
llthS. af Tiinity. 

5 runs low S. 
D ^ (3 Hannah 
[Moore d. 183.3. 



32 6 
336 
34 6 



35 



12th S.af. Trinity. 
McDonough's vic- 

[tory, 1814 i2 36 
9 eclipsed, visi. 

0b, S 

in Perigee r'76 



NYtak. by Kowe. 
13th S.af. Trinity. 

0fi§ 

3 runs high N. 

ent.£i Autumn 
Dli(3 [begins. 
14th S.af. Trinity. 



O eclipsed, invis. 
$ in Aphelion. , 



37 
38|6 
39|6 
40^6 

41 6 

42 6 
436 
446 

46 6 

47 5 
485 
505 
51 5 

53 5 

54 5 

55 5 
565 
57j5 



29|11 
27! 11 
25ill 
24! II 
22ill 
20111 
1911 
17|11 
1.5111 
13!ll 

iilu 

9!ll 

7|11 

611 

4;11 

2ill 

Olll 

58 11 

56' 11 

55 11 

53 11 

5l'll 

50 11 

48 11 

46 11 

44111 




59 
59 
59 
58 
58 
58 
57 
57 
57 
56 
56 
56 
f.5 
55 
55 
54 
54 
54 
53 
53 

52 la 
52 la 
52ia 

51 
51 
51 
50 
50 
50 



S. 



n 



in 



h m 


8 38 


9 9 


9 41 


10 16 


10 56 


11 40 


morn 


33 


1 29 


2 31 


3 35 


4 44 


Dris. 


7 7 


7 44 


8 22 


9 6 


9 54 


10 45 


11 43 


morn 


46 


1 47 


2 49 


3 52 


4 54 


5 set 


6 37 


7 8 


7 40 



7 43 

7 21 

6 58 

6 36 

6 14 

5 51 

5 29 

5 6 

4 43 

4 20 

3 57 

34 

11 

48 

25 



38 

15 

52 

28 

N. 5 

S. 17 

41 

1 4 
1 28 

1 51 

2 14 

2 38 

3 1 




3 


48 
31 

8 
38 

2 
21 
35 
44ll5 
58|l5 
58 15 
55 15 
37 15 
26115 
13115 
56115 
38|]5 
16 15 



54 
30 
54 
18 
44]15 
9' 15 
34ll6 
58116 
21 16 
43 16 



m s 
18 
37 
56 



5 23 



8 11 
8 31 

8 52 

9 12 
9 31 
9 51 

10 10 



It is said, and truly, that setting a young man afloat in the world 
with money left him by his friends and relatives, is like tying bladders 
under one who cannot swini^ in setting him afloat on the ocean — ten 
chances to one he will lose or break his flappeis, and go to the bot- 
tom. 

Never complain of being ill used. 



36 OCTOBER. 184r8. 

" Weee I the rain"—" What then my child? 

Were you the rain, what then r" 
" I ne'er would fall so warm and mild, 

Upon such wicked men, 
I'd flood their fields till not a root 

Could find a spot to cling — 
And every young and tender shoot 
Should float before the careless foot, 

A drenched and worthless thing." 



Farmers' Calendar. 

A VABT deal is lost by carelessness in gathering the crops which 
have demanded weary hours of daily labor for the whole season. All 
fruit should be gathered without bruising ; and as a general rule all 
fruit and roots should be sheltered from the sun when gathered and 
allowed to dry ; then deposite in barrels or bins covered with straw 
or boards, and put them in a dry and cool cellar. If you store in pits 
in the field, be careful to surround with trenches to carry off water, 
and leave air-holes, for ventilation, which may be filled with whisps 
of straw. Look out for a good supply of garden seeds of your own 
raising about these davs. 



Pickles. — A correspondent of the New England Farmer, gives an 
easy and efficacious method of pickling cucumbers, which he learned 
from an old sea captain in the West Indies. 

The receipe is very simple, and the superiority of pickles cured by 
its directions, has been tested by many /ears' experience. They are 
neither affected by age nor climate. The following is the receipe :'; 

" To each hundred of cucumbers put a pint of salt, and pour in 
boiling water sufficient to cover the whole. Cover thorn tight to pre- 
vent the steam from escaping, and in this condition let them stand for 
twenty- four hours. They are then to be taken out, and after being 
wiped perfectly dry, care being taken that the skin is not broken, plac- 
ed in the jar in which they are to he kept. Boiling vinegar (if spice 
is to be used it should be boiled with vinegar,) is then to be put to 
them, the jar closed tight, and in a fortnight delicious hard pickles are 
produced, as green as the day when they were upon the vines." 

Roast Beef. — When meat is put on the fire, salt should be sprinkled 
on it, and the bony side turned towards the fire first. When the bones 
get well heated through turn the meat, and keep a brisk fire — baste it 
frequently while roasting. There should be a little watei put into the 
dripping pan when the meat is put down to roast. If it is a thick 
piece, allow fifteen minutes to each pound to roast it in — if thin, less 
time will be required. The tender loin, and first and second cuts off 
the rack, are best as roasting pieces. 

Rice Bread. — Take one pound of rice, and boil it gently to a thick 
paste, which when mixed with the usual quantity of yeast will be 
sufficient to make five pounds of wheat or barley meal into a dough. 
When risen, bake it in the usual way. 

A Truthful Woman. — " My wife tells the truth three times a 
day," remarked a jocose old fellow, at the same time casting a mis- 
chievous glance at her. " Before rising in the morning, she says, ' O, 
dear, I must get up, but I don't want to.' After breakfast, she adds, 
'Well, I suppose I must go to work, but I don't want to,' and she 
goes to bed, saying, 'There, 1 have been passing all the day, and 
havn't done anything.' " 

Seidlitz Powders. — Each dose contains 25 grains of tartaric acid 
in the white paper, and 30 grains super-carbonate of soda, mixed with 
two drachms of glauber salts, in the blue. 

The source of our chagrin springs generally from our errors. 



31 days. 



OCTOBER. 



27 



Declination and. sjontliinsr of the Planets. 



Mercury. 



dec. I sou. 



sou. I 

O ' 

12 1] 
15 39 

18 34 
20 461 
2156 



eve. 
h m 
1 3 
1 10 
1 15 
1 17 
111 



Venus. 



dec. I sou. 



sou. 

10 3 
12 51 
15 29 
17 53 
20 



eve. 
h m 
1 1 
1 6 
111 
116 
] 23 



Mars. I Jupiter. 



dec. ! sou. dec. I sou 



sou. 



eve. nor, mor 
" 'I hml ° ' h n- 
4 441 916 3618 30 

6 19|mor. 16 19 8 11 

7 52l]150 16 2l 7 51 
9 24 11 41 15 47| 7 31 

10 54 11 33 15 341 7 10 



Saturn. 



dec. I sou. 



sou. ' eve. 
° ' I h m 

5 56110 46 

6 5 10 21 
6 14l 9 56 
6 21| 9 31 
6 28 9 6 



Herschei. 



dec. I sou. 



>r. mor. 

' h m 
30 34 
25 10 
20 eve. 
15 1121 

91 10 56 



Pliases of tlxe Moon. 

D First Quarter 5th day 9h J Im morning. 
O Full Moon I2th day llh 6m morning. 
a Last Quarter 19th day Ih 37m morning, 
9 New Moon 26th day 9h 56m evening. 






o 


3 


^ 


1 


A 


2 


2 


3 


3 


4 


4 


5 


5 


6 


6 


7 


7 


8 


A 


9 


2 


10 


3 


11 


4 


12 


5 


13 


6 


14 


7 


15 


A 


16 


2 


17 


3 


18 


4 


19 


5 


20 


6 


21 


7 


22 


A 


23 


2 


24 


3 


25 


4 


26 


5 


27 


6 


28 


7 


29 


A 


30 


2 


31 


3 



Calendai', i 

Aspects, &-c.{rise. 



O O lO 

sets, south PI 



9 O I EQT. 

R & s dec.sou.]semi. fa. 



15th S. af. Trinity. 

5 in Perihelion. 
D runs low S. 
Brainard d. 1747, 
$ Q Peace with 
[Eng. rat. 1783, 
16th S. af. Trinity, 

9 in Perigee. 

9 inU 

17th S. af. Trinity. 

0d"c5 

D runs high. 



42 

40 

38 

36 

34 

33 

31 

29 

28 

26 

25 

5 23 

5 21 

5 19 

5 17 



15 5 16 



§9c5 

Dl|c5 [1805 

Kat. of Trafalgar,j6 
18th S.af. Trinity. 16 
6 
6 

[phia set. 1682. 
([ c? 6 Philadel- 



% in Apogee. 
19th S.af. Trinity. 
J. Adams, b. 1735. 
D runs low S. 



h m 


S 


h m 


O 1 II 


11 50 


III 


8 lb 


3 25 2 


11 49 


I 


8 53 


3 48 18 


11 49 


^ 


9 36 


4 11 32 


11 49 


f 


10 23 


4 34 44 


11 48 


v:p 


11 16 


4 57 51 


11 48 


k> 


morn 


5 20 56 


11 48 


■^ 


14 


5 43 56 


11 47 


■^ 


1 15 


6 6 51 


11 47 


X 


2 22 


6 29 42 


11 47 


K 


3 29 


6 52 26 


11 47 


V 


4 41 


7 15 6 


11 46 


V 


I) ris 


7 37 39 


11 46 


H 


6 15 


8 7 


11 46 


a 


6 57 


8 22 27 


11 46 


u 


7 45 


8 44 41 


11 46 


n 


8 39 


9 6 47 


11 45 


'^ 


9 37 


9 28 46 


11 45 


'Ela 


10 39 


9 50 36 


11 45 


Z^ 


11 44 


10 12 18 


11 45 


a 


morn 


10 33 50 


11 45 


ki 


47 


10 55 14 


11 45 


m 


1 48 


11 16 28 


11 44 


m 


2 47 


11 37 32 


11 44 


zOi 


3 47 


11 58 24 


11 44 


^^ 


4 46 


12 19 6 


11 44 


rC^ 


D set 


12 39 37 


11 44 


IH 


5 41 


12 59 56 


11 44 


iri 


6 15 


13 20 2 


11 44 


-? 


6 51 


13 39 57 


11 44 


t 


7 Si 


13 59 39 


11 44 


t 


8 17 


14 19 7 



m s 
10 29 

10 48 

11 7 
11 25 

11 42 

12 
12 17 
12 34 

12 50 

13 5 
13 19 
13 34 

13 49 

14 3 
14 15 
14 28 
14 40 

14 51 

15 2 
15 12 
15 23 
15 30 
15 38 
15 45 
15 52 

15 58 

16 3 
8|16 7 
8|l6 11 
8;16 13 
9116 15 



A LITTLE girl walking in the cemetery of Pere-la-chaise, at Paris, 
and reading one after another the praises upon the tombs of those 
who slept beneath, suddenly exclaimed — " I wonder where they bury 
all the sinners !" 

Wheat, oats, rye, Indian Com, potatoes, hay and tobacco, are 
raised in every State and territory in the Union. 



38 NOVEMBER. 1848. 



" Dear child, not so doth God bestow 

His blessings on mankind ; 
He treats alike both friend and foe — 

His love is unconfined. 
He sends his rain upon the just, 

And on the unjust too ; 
The wicked in his love may trust, 
Nor are they from his bounties thrust 

For all the wrong they do. 



Farmers' Calendar. 

Jack Frost is about to invade our premises in earnest ; so let us fill 
up all the chinks in the cellar walls, and prepare every part of our 
dwellings for a comfortable winter. In putting up stoves, look sharp j 
that every thing is safe from fire on the one hand, and on the other to 
economize heat as much as possible. And here let us suggest, that 
air-tight stoves (or indeed every stove with a very great length of pipe,) ! 
have begun to be held in disrepute as fatal to chimnies. A gentleman I 
informs us that he can tell whether there is an air-tight stove in any 
house by the looks of the chimney, which will have the marks of 
speedy decay. We have noticed the same thing; for instance in 
the Episcopal Church in Montpelier the chimney (not an old one) ac- 
tually came down. It is conjectured that in very slow combustion, as 
in air-tight stoves, or in other stoves with great length of pipe, the I 
chimney remains cool comparatively, and therefore acts as a condenser 
to the smoke, forming pyroligneous acid, which is probably destructive 
to brick and mortar, when formed in sufficient quantity to'trickle down 
the chimney and keep it constantly wet. If this theory is correct, the 
remedy is to evaporate the acid by heating the chimney or by keeping 
a strong draft through it. The subject is worthy of attention, for not 
merely is the saving of chimneys concerned, but through their decay 
dwellings are exposed to fire. 



Rice Milk. — This dish is an excellent one, and very simply and 
quickly made. After washing a pint of rice in two difterent waters, 
boil it well with about half a pound of raisins from which the stems 
have been carefully picked. Pour off the water and mix a quart of 
rich milk with the rice. Let it boil for about five minutes, and after 
mixing with it four table spoonfuls of brown sugar, beat two eggs un- 
til they are light and pour them into the milk, stirring it all the time. 
After the rice and eggs are well mixed together, they should boil from 
three to five minutes. If they are not well stiried, the eggs will form 
a custard on the surfice, which is not desirable. 

Crushed boi^es for wbt lands. — It has been found that crushed 
bones are excellent manure for wet lands and boggy meadows. Break 
them up with an axe or sledge ; spread them and tread them into the 
suiface of the soil. They contain much lime in combination with 
phosphorus and gelatine, which decompose slowly and thus afford 
nourishment to the grasses. 

Chickens. — A disease called the gapes, so destructive among chick- 
ens, may be prevented, and if not too far advanced cured, by a slight 
mixture of assafoetida in their food. Four ounces, costing six cents 
per ounce, dissolved in water and mixed once a day in food, is enough 
for four hundred chickens. i 

Drops. — No one perceives the rain drop after it reaches the earth ; j 
but yet it produces its effect. Truths, constantly imparted, may ap- 1 
patently be of no avail ; but seem to sink in the bosom and expire. ! 
It is not so. Truth is never lost from whomaoevei it comes, or wtiith- | 
er it goeth. Like the rain drops it will be felt, though we cannot tell j 
how or when or where. — Portland Tribune, I 



30 days. NOVEMBER. 39 




Declination and ^ontliing of tbe Planets. 






Mercury. 


Venus. 


Mars, 


Jupiter. [ Saturn. 


Herschel. 




dec. 
sou 


sou. 

eve. 


dec. 
sou. 


sou. 
eve. 


dec. 


sou. 


dec. sou. ' 


dec. sou. 
sou. eve 


dec. sou. 
nor. eve. 




sou. mor. 


nor. mor. 






1 


h m 


O I 


hm 


" ' h m 


° ' h m " ' h na 


"^ ' hm 




1 


2121 


46 


22 4 


1 3] 


12 35 1123 


15 19 6 46 6 33 8 3e 


7 3 10 28 




7 


18 25 


morn 


23 26 


1 3[ 


) 14 1115 


15 9 6 25 6 37 8 IC 


6 58 10 3 




13 


14 23 


11 4 


24 24 


1 4i 


! 15 21 11 8 


15 6 3 6 38 7 4£ 


6541 9 39 




]9 


12 35 


10 36 


■24 56 


1 51 


16 38111 1 


14 53l 5 41 6 39 7 26 


6 50 9 15 




25 


13 34a0 29 


25 2 2 i 


17 50']0 54 


14 491 5 19 6 37 7 2 


6 46 8 50 




Phases of the 3Ioon. 




5 First duarter 4th day Ih 13m morning. 




O Full Moon 10th day 8h 45m evening. 




a Last Quarter 17lh day Ih 57m evening. 




9 New Moon 25th day 4h 40m evening. 




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Calendar 


O {• 


9 


|eq. t 




g_ 


^ 


Aspects, &c. rise, sets 


soutn]PI 


R &. s dec. sou. 


3emi lOfa. 








h m|h ml h m S. 


h m 


O , M 


' " m s 




1 


4 


D runs low S. 6 37;4 SliU 44 Vp 


9 7 


14 38 21 


16 9 16 17 




2 


5 


0$ (5[S. Arm. '32 6 39|4 49 11 44l^ 


10 2 


14 57 21 


16 9I16 17 




3 


6 


Ar. l?pirits dis. U. 


S 40 4 4811 44\^ 


11 1 


15 16 6 


16 9 16 16 




4 


7 


$ Stat. 


S 41 


4 47,11 441 X 


morn 


15 34 36' 


16 10 


16 15 




5 


A 


20th S.af. Trinity. 


5 ^ 


4 46 11 441::^ 


5 


15 52 50' 


16 10 


16 13 




6 


2 


Dh6 


3 44 


4 44 11 44 


K 


1 9 


16 10 49; 


16 10 


16 10 




7 


3 


Ijl Stat. 


3 45 4 43:11 44 


H 


2 17 


16 28 3lt 


16 10 


16 7 




8 4 


])Wc5 [§J 


S 46 


4 4211 44 


op 


3 28 


16 45 56! 


16 11 


16 3 




9 5 


§ in Q Transit of 


5 47 


4 41 11 44 


+ 


4 41 


17 3 41 


16 11 


15 58 




10 


6 


Spurzheimd. 1832 


5 48 


4 40ill 44 


y 


D ris 


17 19 56i 


16 11 


15 51 




IJ 


7 


in Periffee. 


6 50 


4 38 


11 44 


a 


5 31 


17 36 281 


16 11 


15 45 




12 


A 


21st S. of. Trinity 


6 51 


4 37 


11 44 


n 


6 23 


17 52 42! 


16 12 


15 37 




13 


2 


Q-u-n ^^6 


S 53 


4 36 


11 45 


n 


7 23 


18 8 38 


16 12 


15 28 




14 3 


D runs high N. 


B 54 


4 35 


11 45 




8 25 


18 24 16 


16 12 


15 18 




15 


4 




6 55 


4 34 


11 45i-s 


9 30 


18 39 33! 


16 12 


15 8 




16 


5 


[1747. 


6 57 


4 33 


11 45!a 


10 34 


18 54 3lll6 12 


14 57 




17 


6 


D 1{ (j) Boston riot 


6 59 


4 32 


11 45h 


11 36 


19 9 8 


16 13 


14 44 




18 


7 


5 Stal. 


7 


4 31 


11 45;itD 


morn 


19 23 25 


16 13 


14 32 




19 


A 


2-^d S. af. Trinity. 


7 1 


4 30 


11 46 


ifp 


40 


19 37 22 


16 13 


14 18 




20 


2 




7 3 


4 29 


11 46 


M 


1 39 


19 50 56 


16 13 


14 3 




21 


3 




7 4 


4 28 


11 46 




2 38 


20 4 9 


16 13 


13 48 




22,4 


h Stat. 


7 6 


4 28 


11 46 


-■>. 


3 37 


20 17 16 14 


13 31 




23 


5 


E. Gerry, d. 1814. 


7 7 


4 27 


11 47 


m 


4 35 


20 29 28 16 14 


13 14 




24 


6 


9 in Apogee ]) J- 


7 8 


4 26 


11 47 


m 


5 33 


20 41 35 


16 14 


12 56 




25 


7 


[6 


7 9 


4 26 


n 47 


in 


Dset 


20 53 17 


16 14 


12 38 




26 


A 


23d S. af. Trinity. 


7 11 


4 25 


11 48 


-? 


5 32 


21 4 37 


16 14 


12 18 




27 


2 


D runs low S. 


7 12l4 24 


11 48 


J 


6 14 


21 15 32 


16 14 


11 58 




28 


3 


596 


7 13|4 23 


U 48 


10= 


7 3 


21 26 3 


16 15 


11 38 




29 


4 


C. Wolsey d 1530. 


7 15 


4 22 


11 49 


Vp 


7 57 


21 36 10 


16 15 


11 17 




30 


5 




7 16 


4 22 


11 49 


10= 


8 54 


21 45 52 


16 15 


10 54 




Paussrc Acid. — Cold water dashed over an animal poisoned with 




this acid causes its restoration almost immediately. 




Don't give your boys the worst tools, and then scold because they 




cannot do as much as men. 




True humility, the basis of the Christian system, is the low, but 




deep and firm foundation of all real virtue.— jBurAe. 

1 









30 DECEMBER. 184:8. 



" Yet, oh, my child, how keen must be 

The pain in that man's heart, 
To whom, with generous hand and free, 

God doth his gifts impart ; 
Unless he strive, with earnest zeal, 

To bless the human race, 
And often at God's feet doth kneel, 
To thank him for his daily weal, 

And praise him for his grace ?" 



Parmers' Calendar. 

Seed-time and harvest have passed, your grainaries and cellars and 
bams are filled. The loving-kindness of our heavenly Father has 
been abundant towards us ; let us not be ungrateful — yea, let us be 
thoughtful and joyful, remembering also to contribute accoiding to our 
means to the comfort and joy of others. The children will rejoice in 
a good supply of books for the schools ; the parson may be made glad 
by your attentions about these days, when your house is full, and his 
perhaps lean ; and the poor you always have with you. Of course 
every parent will esteem it a privilege to give his influence for a good 
school-teacher. The teacher of your children should be your friend, 
and you should be his : for next to parents always, and sometimes 
even more than they, the teacher shapes the character of the children 
committed to him. Amid your joyful cares of children and friends, 
don't forget your creditors. Square up with the merchant, the me- 
chanic, the minister, the doctor and the printer, before Jan. 1, 1849, 
and begin the new year a free and happy man. So be it with all our 
patrons, ancient and new : farewell till we meet again. 



Yard-stick Aristocracy. — For the life of me, I cannot conceive 
how it is that our Yankee youths have got the foolish and censurable 
notion into theii heads, that it is a degrading occupation to farm or 
work at a trade. They are the true gentlemen of the world, the far- 
mer and mechanic ! The young man who thinks there is more " re- 
spectability" in a yard-stick, than a plough-handle, has been very er- 
roneously educated. Go to farming, young men ! Raise corn to feed 
Europe with, and by-and-by be happy in a home of your own, with a 
beautiful wife and a group of fair children growing up like olive plants 
around your table. The life of a merchant's clerk is a dog's life ; and 
the life of a merchant, all excitement, anxiety, anguish, fear, hope 
and apprehension, each following the other, and sometimes all upon 
him at once. Sleepless nights, days of care and thought, debts, notes, 
protests, stocks, all dance in his brain. He is without peace, and 
lives out not half his days. He deserves to be rich, for if any man 
earns his gold, it is the merchant. The farmer is your own happy 
philosopher. — Yankee Blade. 

Meadows. Where they may be turf-bound, an improvement in 
product may be effected by harrowing the ground as soon as the frost 
is out of it, and sowing thereon a mixture composed of five bushels of 
ashes and one of plaster to each acre. Jf the stand of grass should 
be thin, it would be well to sow four or five pounds of timothy seed 
pel acre and harrow it. Meadows may be restored to productiveness 
by such management, without incurring the labor and expense of re- 
plowing. 

To Take Spots from Leather Gloves. — Suspend them in a 
jar over the strongest liquid ammonia, (hartshorn.) The fumes alone 
will remove the spots ; be very careful not to let the liquid touch the 
gloves, or it will leave a mark even more unsightly than the spot it 
ha« removed. 

Industry and Frugality are the parents of wealth. 







31 days. DECEMBER. 31 




Decliuatiou and Soutlxiiig of tlie Planets. 




•< 


Mercury. 


Venus. 


Mars. 


Jupiter. 


Saturn. 


Uerschel. 




dec. 


sou. 


dec. sou 


. dec. sou. 


dec. 


sou. 


dec. 


sou 


dec. sou. 






sou. 


mor. 


sou. eve 


. sou. mor. 


nor. 


mor. 


sou. 


eve 


nor. eve. 






o » 


h m 


° ' hn 


1 ° ' hm 


O 1 


h ra 


O I 


h m ° ' h m 




1 


15 56 


10 33 


24 40 2 14il8 57!l0 47 


14 46 


4 56 


6 35 


6 39 6 43 8 26 




7 


18 36 


10 42 


23 51 2 2 


3119 59 10 41 


14 46 


4 32 


6 30 


6 16 6 41 8 2 




13 


21 2 


10 55 


22 38 2 3 


120 55 10 35 


14 48 


4 9 


6 25 


5 53 6 39 7 38 




19 22 57 


1110 


21 1 2 3 


8 2144 10 30 


14 53 


3 44 


6 17 


5 30 6 38 7 15 




25 24 14 11 27 


19 3 2 4 


4 22 26 10 24 


15 


3 20 


6 9I 5 8' 6 38i6 51 




Phases of the Moon. 




T) First Q,uarter 3d day 3h 16m evening. 




O Full Moon 10th day 6h 54m morning. 




d Last Quarter 17th day 6h 23m morning. 




9 New Moon 25th day llh 32m morning. 




o~ 


D 


Calendar, 1 © 1 © 


© 


ei • © 


© [EQ. T 




g 


J_ 


Aspects, &c.!rise 'sets 


south 


P1!r& 9 dec. sou. 


semi.|© fa. 










h m 


h m 


h m 


S. 


h m 


r M 


/ 1 1 


m s 




1 


6 


[1805. 


7 16 


4 22 


11 49 


■«♦ 


9 56 


21 55 9 


16 15 


10 31 




2 


7 


Bat. of Austerlitz, 


7 17 


4 22 


11 50 


■~» 


10 56 


^ 4 1 


16 15 


10 8 




3 


A 


1st S. in Advent. 


7 18 


4 22 


11 50 


K 


morn 


22 12 27 


16 15 


9 44 




4 


2 


^h6 


7 19 4 22 


11 51 


K 


1 


22 20 27 


16 15 


9 19 




5 


3 


[1776. 


7 20 4 22 


11 51 


cp 


1 8 


22 28 2 


16 16 


8 54 




6 


4 


([]^(5 R. I. tak. 


7 21 4 21 


11 52 


cp 


2 18 


22 35 9 


16 16 


8 29 




7 


5 




7 22 4 21 


11 52 


y 


3 31 


22 41 50 


16 16 


8 3 




8 


6 


1| Stat. 


7 23 


4 21 


11 52 


y 


4 43 


22 48 4 


16 16 


7 37 




9 


7 


^ in Perigee. 


7 24 


4 21 


11 53 


n 


5 56 


22 53 52 


16 16 


7 9 




10 


A 


2d S. in Advent. 


7 25 


4 21 


11 53 


n 


D ris 


22 59 12 


16 16 


6 42 




11 


2 


cf$c3 D runs 


7 25 


4 21 


11 54 


e-^ 


6 2 


23 4 5 


16 16 


6 15 




12 


3 


[high N. 


7 26 


4 21 


11 54 


£3 


7 10 


23 8 30 


16 16 


5 47 




13 


4 


Dr. Johnson d. '84 


7 27 


4 22 


11 55 


a 


8 16 


23 12 28 


16 17 


5 18 




14 


5 


1)1^(5 Washing- 


7 27 


4 22 


11 55 


n 


9 24 


23 15 59 


16 17 


4 50 




15 


6 


[ton d. 1799. 


7 28 


4 22 


11 56 


w 


10 28 


23 19 1 


16 17 


4 20 




16 


7 




7 29 


4 23 


11 56 


n| 


11 32 


23 21 34 


16 17 


3 51 




17 


A 


3d S. in Advent. 


7 29 


4 23 


11 57 


lip 


mom 


23 23 40 


[6 17 


3 21 




18 


2 




7 30 


4 23 


11 57 




31 


23 25 18 


16 17 


2 51 




19 


3 


[1803. 


7 31 


4 24 


11 58 


^^ 


1 30 


23 26 28 


16 17 


2 21 




20 


4 


Louisiana bought 


7 32 


4 24 


11 58 


m 


2 29 


23 27 10 


16 17 


1 51 




21 


5 


ent. l^^win.beg. 


7 32 


4 24 


11 59 


in 


3 26 


23 27 23 


16 17 


1 21 




22 


6 


f( in Apogee. 


7 32 4 25 


11 59 


m 


4 23 


23 27 7 


16 17 


51 




23 


7 


Ddd 


7 33 4 25 


12 


^ 


5 18 


23 26 24 


16 17 


F. 21 




|24 


A 


4th S. in Advent. 


7 33 4 26 


12 


f 


6 13 


23 25 13 


16 17 


S. 9 




25 


2 


Christmas Day. 


7 34 4 26 


12 1 


V? 


D set 


23 23 33 


16 17 


38 




26 


3 


D runs low S, 


7 34 4 27 


12 1 


y> 


5 50 


23 21 25 


16 17 


1 8 




27 


4 


]^ Stat. 


7 34 4 27 


12 2 


Vp 


6 47 


23 18 48 


16 17 


1 38 




28 


5 


(196 


7 35 4 28 


12 2 




7 48 


23 15 54 


16 17 


2 8 




29 


6 


Caroline dest. '37. 


7 35'4 29 


12 3 


tx 


8 51 


23 12 11 


16 17 


2 37 




30 


7 


' mas. 


7 36:4 30 


12 3 


^ 


9 55 


23 8 10 


16 17 


3 7 




31 


A 


1st S. af. Christ- 


7 3614 31 


12 4 


K 


11 


23 3 43 


16 17 


3 35 




Not far from $5,000,000 are yearly earned in Massachusetts by fe- 




males employed in the various manufactories of straw hats, stocks, 




&c. About 40,000 females are thus annually employed. 




Whenever I hear a married man, says Franklin, say that he can't 




save money, I am sure that his wife is a fool, wears feathers, and 




dresses her girls after the fashion. 





33 TOWN OFFICERS AND POSTMASTEBS. 

Town Clerk, Constables, Overseers of tlie Poor, 
To'ivn Ageut, Town Snpei-iuiendents of Common 
Scixools, Selectmen, Trustees, Listers, and Post> 
Master, for each. Toavu in tlie State. 



Benuingtott Vounftf, 

j9RLrJVGTOJ>r.—Town clerk Cyrus Hi!ls ; constable John Gowey ; 
overseer Asahel Hurd ; agent Z H Canfield ; superintendents Luther 
Moseley,E M Aylsworth,"F A Wadleigli ; selectmen Seth C Billings, 
W D Hoyt. Hiram Mattison j trustees Asahel IJurd, C B Hills, M C 1 
Deming; listers Wm. Billings, Samuel Buck, Anson Canfield; post- 
masters Cvrus B Hills, Arlington, William Brown, West Arlington, 

BE^rJ\rIJYGTO^r.— Town clerk Wm Haswell ; constables Willard 
Weeks, Asa H Billings ; overseer Ellis A Winslov/ ; agent Jedediah 
Dewey ; superintendent Wm S Southworth ; selectmen Joel Volintine, 
Alvah Rice, Enos W Rudd; trustees Wm J Watson, Elijah D Hub- 
bell; listers Nelson Thayei, Stebbins D Walbridge, Edward Rice; 
postmasters John C Haswell, Bennington, Wm E Hawks, North Ben- 
nington. 

DORSET. — Town clerk Heman Morse ; constables Nel^ion J San- 
ford, Hiram Sole ; ovejseers (selectmen) ; agent Heman Morse ; su- 
perintendent Cyrus Farwell ; selectmen (3 G Berland,Benj Ames, W 
S iNJartindal ; trustees Heman Morse, Moses Kellogg, George Barnard ; 
listers Asa Baldwin, Heman Morse, Benj Ames ; postmasters R M 
Underbill, Dorset, T D Manly, South Dorset, M B Roberts, East Dor- 
set, Daniel Curtis, North Dorset. 

Lj^JVDOROFE.—Towa clerk Jonathan F Martin ; constable John 
Felton ; agent James Martin ; superintendent Amori Benson ; select- 
men James Martin, J F Martin, Wm W Martin ; trustee Gideon Da- 
vis ; listers Gideon Davis, Elias Abbot, Elihu Pease ; postmaster Se- 
lah Waiaer. 

JiMJSrCHESTER.— Town clerk John Cooke ; constable Jason B 
Burton; overseers (selectmen) ; agent John S Pettibone; superintend- 
ents J S Pettibone, Henry Blackaller, W A Buinham; selectmen 
Robert Ames, Joseph flix, James Wheaton jr.; trustee Daniel Rob- 
erts jr., D Andrews, Cyrus Munson; listers James Wheaton, Elijah 
Collins, Major Hawley ; postmasters L C Orvis, Manchester, C A 
Roberts, Factory Point. 

PERU.—Towa clerk Ira K Batchelder ; constable Francis P Batch- 
elder ; overseer Stephen Dudley : agent Ira K Batchelder ; superin- I 
tendent Ira K Bachelder ; selectmen George Batchelder, Ptephen | 
Dudley, Cephas Bailey; trustees Benj. Barnard, Goodell Walker, I 
Stephen Dudley ; listers Jesse Rider, Aaron Burton, Ira K Batchel- [ 
der ; postmaster O P Simonds. j 

POIVJVJIL. — Town clerk Sylvanus Danforth ; constables Job E| 
Cuid, James Noble: overseers (selectmen); agent Elijah Barber;! 
superintendent Norman F Oviatt ; selectmen Barber Thompson, Ei- ; 
jah Barber ; trustees Elijah Barber, Harmon Myers, John M Potter ; I 
listers Benjamin Gardner 2d, John Wright, Blackman E Brownell ; I 
poHtmaster John M Potter. I 

READSBORO\— Town clerk Joel Ranney ; constable Willard M 
Stafford ; overseer Wm SBishop ; agent Jason P Lord ; superintendent 
John C Whitcomb ; selectmen Benj S Battles, B B Persons, D P Car- 
penter; trustee Ambrose Stone ; listers Jason P Lord, Garrett Brown, 
Simon Myres ; postmaster Joel Ranney. 

RUPERT.— Town clerk Henry Sheldon; constable Thomas S Be- 
bee ; overseers (selectmen) ; ?ui)erintendent R A Watkins ; select- 
men Lyman Kinne, Calvin Moore, S H Funda ; (trustees, Nathan 



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Burton, John Phelps, Isaac Sheldon ; listers Seth Sheldon, Joel H 
Sheldon, David Sheldon ; postmasters Henry Sheldon, Rupert, E B 
Safford, West Rupert, N C Goddard, East Rupert. 

SAJ^DGATE. — Town clerk Walter Randall; constable Burton 
Still ; overeeers (selectmen) ; agent Levi Randall ; superintendents 
H R tiandall, J J Jenkins; selectmen Desmond Prindle, Reuben 
Thomas ad, Charles Savre ; trustees Charles Sayre, Theodore San- 
derson, Levi Randall ; listers Theodore Sanderson, J 3 Thomas, A C |^ 
Beebe ; postmaster Joseph Tuttle. 

SE^RSBURGH.— Town clerk Charles Bond ; constable E L Raw- 
son ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Robert Riddle ; superintendents 
I Charles Bond, Otis Haynes 2d, Arthur Crosier ; selectmen Robert 
Riddle, Edwin W Harvey, Joseph Crosier ; trustees Charles Bond, 
Arthur Crosier, Henry Crosier ; listers Otis Haynes 2d, Lysander 
Kateley, Arthur Crosier ; postmaster Robert Riddle. 

SHJlFTSBURY. — Town clerk Hiram Barton; constables John M 
Olin German Matteson •2d ; overseer Nahum Wheelock ; agent G R 
Draper : sej)erintendent G R Draper ; selectmen Franklin Dyer, C E 
Houghton, Norman Millington ; trustees Lemuel Bottum, Nahum 
Wheelock, Joshua B Matteson ; listers Nathan L Cross, Hiram Bar- 
ton Jared Hayward ; postmasters Norman R Douglass, Shaftsbury, 
Charles E Houghton, South Shaftsbury. 

STAMFORD-— Town clerk Obed Hall; constable B W Cook; 
overseer John Stroud ; agent J L Wilmarth ; superintendents Obed 
Hall, T Parsons, L P Fuller; selectmen Wm Sanford, Thomas Brat- 
ton, R M Thomas ; trustees J L V^ ilmarth, Levi Gilmore, Seneca Phil- 
lips ; lisrers Caleb Dickinson, Pardon Yaw, Andrew Biatton ; post- 
master Stephen C Millard. 

SUJ\''BERJLdJ^D.— Town clerk Reuben Webb jr.; constable Dan- 
iel King; overseer Kussel Lawrence; agent Giles B Bacon; su- 
perintendent E H Graves ; selectmen Edmund A Graves, Giles B Ba- 
con, Ira Mc Laughlin ; trustee Solomon Langdon ; listers Russell Law- 
rence, F McLaughlin, Jerome J Hill ; postmaster Gilbert Bradley. 

WIJ^HALL.— Town clerk Francis Kidder ; constable Billings Tay- 
loi ; overseer Jesse F Butterfield 3 agent Francis Kidder ; superin- 
tendent A W Nott ; selectmen Horace Gale, Jstcob Gale, Walter 
Williams; trustees Walter Williams, Seth Taylor jr., Lewis Will- 
iams ; listers J T Leonard, Richard Bond, Noah W Hill ; postmaster 
Horace C. Dean- 

ffOOXJFOiJD.— Town clerk WmG Brown; constable Ira A Fill- 
more ; overseers (selectmen] ; agent Joseph {Knapp ; superintendents 
W G Brown, J B Cromack, Ira A Fillmore ; selectmen Joseph Knapp, 
Alonzo Fox, Henry Loveland ; listers Jabez Knapp, Joseph Knapp, 
W G Brown ; postmaster Joseph B Cromack. 

Tf*iHdham County. 

ATHEJVS. — Clerk Asa C Shattuck; constable, agent and trustee 
Mark Ball ; overseer Jonathan Colton ; superintendent Abner Powers ; 
selectmen Lyman Alexander, Edward A Ball, Jeremiah L Perham; 
listers Comfort Thiasher, Truman Plant, Abner Powers ; postmaster 
Marvin W Davis. 

BRjil TLEBOROK—Cleik Lafayette Clark ; constable Jonathan 
Smith ; overseer Samuel Earl jr.; agent and trustee Samuel Root ; 
i superintendent Roswell Harris ; selectmen Joseph Goodhue, S F 
I Goodenough, Samuel Earl jr.; listers Rufus Pratt, George Newman, 
i Alonzo Goodenough ; postmasters F N Palmer, Brattleboro', R Good- 
I enough, V'est Brattleboro'. 

iJiiOOXL/JVE.— Clerk Joel Codding; constable Harvey J Moore 3 



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overseer and agent Wm Adams ; selectmen Wm Adams, Wiliard 
Lindsey, Wm B Root jr.; trustee Hiram Whitney; listers Samael 
Stebbins, Joel Harwood, Isaac Wellman ; postmastej B Stickney. 

DOVER.— C\erk Fayette Perry ; constable Martin Perry, over- 
seers (selectmen); agent Wm H Jones ; superintendent W H Clark; 
selectmen Fayette Perry, Lyman Howe, Joel Lyman; trustees Asaph 
Haskins, Laban Jones, Fayette Perry ; listers Eben'i Sears jr., Asaph 
Haskins, Liberty Howe ; postmaster Martin Perry. 

DUMMERSTOJ\r. — Clerk Joseph Duncan ; constable Wm O Mil- 
ler ; overseer Wm Cook ; a^ent Jolin B Miller ; selectmen Thomas 
Miller, Geo R Miller, D W Bemis -, trustee Abel Haven jr. ; listers 
Stephen Button, Enos Leonard, John F Stearns: postmasters Luther 
Allyn, East Dummerston, Nelson Wiliard, West Dummerston. 

GRAFTOJ\r. — Clerk B H Bridgman ; constable Lewis S VV alker ; 
overseer John Parks ; agent James Lovell ; superintendents M B 
Bradford, Ambrose Burgess ; selectmen James Lovell, John Parks, 
Harvey Stoddard ; trustees Hymaii Burgess, Luther Conant, Henry 
Holmes ; listers Jonathan 3 Pettingill, Joseph Wiliard, Samuel Wal- 
ker • postmasters Fabius Bancroft, Grafton, Thomas P Houghton, 
Houghtonville, 

HALIFAX. — Clerk Rufus K Henry ; constable Stephen Nilea ; 




Stephen Niles ; postmasters Francis Henry, Halifiax, Salmon Swan, 
West Halifax, Jedediah Stark, South Halifax. 

JJ3MAICA.—<2\exV. S T R Cheney ; constable John Kellogg ; over- 
seer Benj Muzzy ; agent Solomon Newell ; superintendent Sumner 
Lincoln ; selectmen Alpheus Kellogg, David Eddy, John E Butler ; 
trustee Squire Gleason ; listers Warren Wheekr, Solomon Newell, 
Squire Gleason ; postmaster Lyman Merrifield. 

LOJ^DOJ^DERRY.— Clerk Dwight Tyler; constables Winfield 
Wrifht, Josiah Stowell ; overseer Barnet Wait ; agent and superin- 
tendent David Arnold ; selectmen Winfield Wright, Silas Whitman, 
William Thompson ; trustees Amasa Chase, Wm W Rugg, Jeremiah 
Arnold; listers Barnet Wait, Ezra Dodge, Jeremiah Arriold; post- 
master Peter Dudley jr. . , , ■, , 

MARLBORO^— Clerk Jesse Cone ; constable and overseer John 
Worden ; agent Ira Adams ; selectmen Ira Bryant, Phinehas Mather, 
Simeon Adams ; listers Isaac Bishop, Asaph Knapp, Henry Whitnev ; 
postmaster Jesse Cone. , „ ,t . 

j\'E fi FAJVE.—Cleik Otis Warren ; constable Marshall Newton; 
overseer George Fisher; agent Wm Perry; superintendents Otis 
Warren, D Adams, Foster Hartwell ; selectmen N Houghton, C Ward, 
Geo Arnold ; trustee Walter Eagar ; listers Marshall Newton, A C 
Robinson, P F Cook ; postmasters Jacob Dunklee jr., Fayettville, H 
N Miller, Williamsville. 

PUTJ^'EY.— Clerk William Houghton; constable John Black; 
overseer Israel Keves ; agent Warren B Richardson ; superintend- 
ent Rollin W Keyes ; selectmen David Crawford, Israel Keyes, Jo- 
seph T Radway ; trustee John Kimball ; listers Walter P Richard- 
son, John H Stoddard, Denison Davis ; postmaster P R Chandler. 

iiOCiS'/JVG/f./?./lf.— Clerk James A Wiliard; constable Charles W 
Pulsipher : overseer Elias Pulsipher ; agent and trustee David Chan- 
dler • superintendent F Severance ; selectmen John Wiley 2d, Gates 
Perrv ir. Walter Wright; listers Elias Pulsipher, Benj Smith jr., 
Mark W' Adams; postmasters Benj Frost, Saxton's River, Andrew 
Watkins, Bellows Falls, David F Gushing, Cambridgeport, Charles 



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F Barrett, Bartonsville, Darius Smallev. Rockingham. 

SOMERSET.— Clerk Ephraim E Rice; constable Oliver Pike; 
overseer Ahram Chase; agent Daniel H Rice ; superintendent E E 
Rice ; selectmen Oliver Pike, Joseph Pike, G K Morse ; trustee Haz- 
elton Rice ; listers Joseph Pike, G K Morse, G E Rice. [Letters to 
this town should be directed to Wilmington.] 

STR^TTOJ^.— Clerk Richard Scott""; constable Hiram Baldwin; 
overseer Moses Forrester ; agent Amos Knights ; superintendent Eze- 
kiel Estabrook; selectmen Amos Knights, Otis P Persons, John N 
Glazier; trustees J Underwood, Amos Persons jr., Stephen Ballard ; 
listers John N Glazier, Ezekiel Estabrook, Rollin M Witt ; postmas- 
ter Freeman Wyman. 

TO {i'j\rSHEJ\rD.— Clerk E H Farrar ; constable Oscar Garfield ; 
overseer Chapin Howard ; agent A C Howard ; superintendent Horace 
Fletcher ; selectmen Hiram Holmes, Jonas Twitchell, Ralph Brintnat ; 
trustees Clark Wilkinson, Samuel Gray, John Blandin ; listers Clark 
Wilkinson, O S Howard, John Sanderson; postmasters O F Butter- 
field, Townshend. James H Phelps, West Townshend. 

FERJ^OJ^r.— Clerk Marshall Whithed ; constable William Heard ; 
overseer Nathan Wood; agent Ebenezer Howe jr.; superintendent 
Cyrus Washburn ; selectmen J F Burrows, Hiram Johnson, Noyes 
Streeter ; trustees Marshall Whithed, Eben'r Howe jr., Wm Johnson ; 
listers Eben'r Howe jr., Sidney S Miller, Solomon Thayer; postmas- 
ter Marshall Whithed. 

WAR D SB ORO'.— Clerk Silas Dexter ; constable Lyman W John- 
son ; overseer Solomon Higgins ; agent John Rice jr.; superintendent 
John Tufts ; selectmen Daniel Read, Melvin A Knowlton, Joseph W 
Dexter; trustees Nath'l Ward, Silas Dexter, Henry Grovei ; listers 
Joseph Hall, Holland Plimpton, Henry Rice ; postmasters Josiah G 
Higgins, North Wardsboro', Liberty Wilder, West Wardsboro', John 
Rice, Wardsboro'. 

IVESTMIJVISTER.— Clerk ijaniel Campbell ; constables Reuben 
C Goold, Erastus A Helton ; overseer Ira Goodhue ; agent Ellery Al- 
bee ■ superintendents Alfred Stevens. N T Sheafe ; selectmen Russel 
Ranney, W K Church, Levi Crowell jr.; trustees David Gorham, J Mc 
Neill; listers John Minard, J C Richardson, Ira Goodhue ; postmas- 
ters Pliny Satford, Westminister, Amos T Ball, W^est W. 

WHITIjYGHJIM.— Clerk Hosea F Ballou ; constables Truman H 
Streeter, James M Roberts ; overseer Josiah Briggs ; agent Waters 
Gillet ; superintendents H F Ballou, Amherst Lamb, Leonard Brown ; 
selectmen Amos Brown, Rufus Carley, Elisha Putnam ; trustee Reu- 
ben Winn ; listers Houghton Sawyer, Josiah Briggs, Martin Brown ; 
postmasters Nathan L Butler, U'hitingham, AT C'hilds, Jacksonville. 

WrLMIJVGTOJ^.— Clerk S P Flagg ; constable M R Crosby ; over- 
seer Rufus Smith ; agent S P Flagg ; superintendent J W Bailey ; 
selectmen Horace Alvord, J H Dix, Benzil Boyd; trustee Horace Al- 
vord ; listers Warren Boyd, Franklin Barnard, Arvine Boyd ; post- 
master A B Childs. 

^VIjYDHjIJM.— Clerk S R Arms ; constable Ezra Pierce jr. ; over- 
seer F D Sawyer ; agent and trustee Timothy Burton ; superintend- 
ent Wm A Chapin; selectmen F D Sawyer, Hervey Burnap, Asa S 
Goold; listers Roswell L Cobb; Simeon Barrett, John Farnsworth; 
postmaster Wm Harris jr. 

TWHndsor County. 

AXDOVER.— Clerk iohn B Manning ; constable Franklin Austin ; 
overseer, agent and superintendent Wm Warner ; selectmen John B 
Manning, Charles Sherwin, Geo W Stickney ; trustees Phinehas Par- 



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TOWN OFFICERS AND TOSTMASTERS. 



ker, John Adams, Richard Green; listers Joseph Dodge jr., Solomon 
Howard, J Q, Adams ; postmasters John B Manning, Andover, Alva 
Ha^eltine, Simondsville. 

BALTLMORE.— Clerk Joha Piper ; constable Pbineas C Robinson ; 
overseer Zenas H Graves ; agent Joshua Leland ; superintendent 
Rodney L Piper ; selectmen John Piper, Joshua Leland, Luke Harris ; 
trustee J M Boynton; listers Wm Davis, Levi Piper, ZH Graves. 

BARMjIRD. — Clerk Joseph Sargent ; constable Lucius Freeman ; 
overseers (selectmen) ; agent Lucian Blackmer ; superintendents Cal- 
vin Selden, Jos Sargent; selectmen Hiram Aikins, Silas Tapper, Lo- 
renzo Richmond ; trustees Joseph Bowman, Alpheus Howe, Oren 
Gambel ; listers Jos B Danforth, Solon Danforth, Seymour Belknap ,• 
postmaster S R Streeter, Barnard, Oliver Walcott, East Barnard. 

BETHEL— Clcxk Jacob Smith; constable Wm H H Titus; over- 
seer Calvin Morse ; agent David Owen ; superintendent D C Blodgett; 
selectmen Asa Davis, Elijah Castle, Paul Kinstry ; listers Luther 
I BuUard, David Owen, Paul Flynn ; postmasters Jacob Smith, Bethel, 
O H Brooks, East Bethel. 

j BRIDQEIVATER. — Clerk Philander Smith; constables Ovid 
! Thompson, W S Southgate ; overseer Ovid Thompson ; agent Lyman 
I Raymond ; superintendent Wra C Pierce ; selectmen Eben'r Clem- 
i ent, Isaiah Raymond, Stephen Capron; trustees R W Soutbgate, Jo- 
! siah Josselyn jr., Gilbert White ; listers R W Southgate, Alvan Lamb, 
i Ovid Thompson ; postmaster Philander Smith. <. 

CAVEJVDISH.— Clerk Otis Robbins ; constable Joseph Adams ; ■ 
I overseer Samuel Adams ; agent Salmon F Dutton ; superintendent J j 
, F Deane ; selectmen Otis Robbins, Wra Spaulding, Josiah Gijson ; 
' trustees John Stearns, Joseph White, Abel Burbank ; listers Otis 
{ Robbins, Joseph Parker, Salathiel Adams jr.; postmasters Otis Rob- 
I bins. Cavendish, Harvey M Hill, Proctorsville. 

CHESTER.— Clerk Amos Heald; constable B B Sargeant; over- 
! seer Pbineas O Sargeant ; agent Rodney Sherwin ; superintendents 
I James Robbins, Thomas T Barrett; selectmen Hugh H Henry, Wm 
I Mason, Marvel Johnson ; listers Josiah Dana, Phinesis O Sargeant, 
: Jeremiah Kibling; postmaster Addison Fitch. 

j HARTFORD.— Clerk Geo E W' ales ; constable Alvin Bailey; 
overseers (selectmen) ; agent John Porter ; superintendents John K 
, Lord, John Dudley; selectmen Benj Porter, Aaron Willard, Shubael 
Russ ; trustees John Porter, Wm Savage, Shubael Russ ; listers John 
i Porter, Samuel Nutt, John Strong ; postmasters Justin C Brooks, 
; Hartford. S T Steel, West Hartford, Jacob Dimick, Quechee Village, 
! HARTLAJVD.— Clerk E M Stocker ; constable Lewis Merritt ; 
j overseer Buckley Marcy ; agent Daniel Denison ; superintendent S C 
I Eaton; selectmen Jonathan Bagiey, Aaron Hoisington, M T Swan ; 
j trustee Elias Bates ; listers E M Stocker, Ward Cotton, Nathaniel 
I Weed ; postmasters Reuben Weld, Hartland, James N Willard jr., 
North Hartland, Dustin Bates, Taftsville. 
I LUDLO fi^.— Clerk AjtcinasSp&Sord ; constable Artemas fepaulding; 
I overseer Zachariah Parker jr.; agent Asa S Barton ; superintendent 
John A Henry : selectmen Mcrri^-.k SpafFord, Jazer Smith, Frederick ! 
Dunbar ; trustee Martin Perry ; listers Zachariah Parker, Elijah Scott, j 
Artemas Spaulding ; postmaster Charles S Mason. 

J^ORWJCH.—'Aerk William E Lewis ; constable and agent Sam- 
uel Wright; overseer Isaac Pierce ; superintendents S Converse, A i 
.^timsou, J D Butler ; selectmen Isaac Pierce, Otis Seaver, Marshal ; 
n Baxter; truste.,- Harvey Burton; listers "Wm Loveland, Samuel C 
Simonds, Asa Lord : postmaster Iia Davis. 
PLYMOUTH.— Clerk Thomas Moore ; constables J S Slack, J W 



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Siickney; overseers (selectmen) j agent Jared Marsh ; superintend- 
ent Levi M Slack ; selectmen Moses Pollard jr., Reuben Taylor, Ce- 
phas Wilder ; trustees Isaac Pollard, Lyman Wood, Joseph Eaton ; 
listers Lyman Wood, Moses Pollard jr., Joseph Eaton; postmasters 
P^orman F Shedd, Plymouth, Joseph Martin, Tyson Furnace. 

POMFRET.—C]erk Otis Chamberlin ; constable A L Chamberlin ; 
overseer Martin D Follett; agent Harvey Bruce ; superintendents Geo 
Butteifield, F R Newell, H Hewitt jr.; selectmen Otis Chamberlin, 
Martin D Follett, Jarvis Adams ; trustees Lucian Hewitt, Nelson 
Wood, Elisha Hewitt; listers John Chedel,C S Leavitt, Oliver Goff; 
j postmasters A L Chamberlin, Pomfret, P T Snow, Snow's Store. 
READIJ^G. — Clerk W L Hawkins ; constable Amos Mann ; over- 
seer Solomon Keyes ; agent Rufus Forbush ; superintendent Albert 
D Hager ; selectmen W L Hawkins, Walton Brown, Luther Carlton ; 
trustees Chailes Buck, Walton Brown; listers John Wheeler, Wm 
Felch, Benoni Buck ; postmasters David Hammond, Pi.eading, Eufus 
Buck, South Readins, Walton Brown, Felchville. 

ROCHESTER.— Cleik John Trask; constable Barna Cooper; ov- 
erseer Thomas B Martin ; agent Sumner A Webber ; superintendent 
Wm Scales; selectmen Sumner A Webber, Gould Stockwell, Solon 
Clark ; trustees Ephr'm D Briggs, Amos C Richmond, Gould Stock- 
M-ell ; listers Solor Clark, Thomas B Martin, Amos C Richmond ; 
postmaster Julius C Tilden. 

ROYjlLTOA''.-C\eTk C Skinner ; constable and agent Daniel Wood- 
ward ; overseer John L Bowman ; superintendent Dudley C Denison, 
Samuel W Slade ; selectmen Harry Bingham, Harvey Shipman, Cy- 
rus Hartsliorn ; trustees Elisha Rix, Daniel Woodward, Horatio N 
Freeman ; listers Charles Clapp, Thomas Fay, James Davis ; post- 
master E P Nevins. 

S Hoi ROJV —Clerk Samuel Shuttleworth : constables Hiram Moor, 
Joseph ^Merrill ; overseer Freeman Holt; agent Wm Steele ; super- 
intendent John Adams ; selectmen Freeman Holt, David Fales, C 
Q,aimby ; trustee Chester Baxter ; listers John C Baldwin, Orin More- 
house, Jason C Spaulding ; postmaster Wooster Downer. 
I SPRLYGFIELD.— Clerk Bezaleel Wood ; constables Samuel Ca- 
j dy, Preston Averill ; overseer, agent and trustee John Perkins ; 
j superintendent Ephraim Walker jr.; selectmen James Whipple, VA'm 
I Dana, Dennis Allen ; listers Otis B Litchfield, Joseph W Colburn, I 
I John Farnham ; postmasters Geo Washburn, Springfield, John White, 
I North Springfield. 

I STOCKBRTDOE.— Clerk Merrick Gay; constable and overseer I 
j Paul W Gay ; agent Justin Morgan ; superintendent Milton E Smith ; j 
I selectmen Mark Bullard, Ephraim Twitchell, Daniel Gay jr.; trus- | 
! tees Samuel Belcher, Justin Morgan, Merrick Gay ; listers SamueL 
Eaton. Samuel Belcher, Paul W Gay ; postmasters A B Morgan, Stock- j 
bridge, Merrick Gay, Gaysville. 

WEATHERSFIELD— Clerk Joshua Upham ; constables John C j 
Haskell, Samuel x\lt'ord jr.; overseer John C Haskell ; agent Daniel i 
Bowen ; superintendent Thomas H Canfield ; selectmen J F Chilson, j 
Daniel Haskell, Chauncey M Chamberlin ; trustee Charles Barrett;! 
listers John Sherwin. N B Roundy, James Weston ; postmasters Hollis i 
Howard, Weathersfield, Amasa Gay, Corners, Joseph Kiddei, Per- 
kinsville, Geo White, Greenbush. | 

WESTOJ^.— Clerk Samuel Peabody jr.; constable Josiah L Wil- i 
der ; overseer Ivers Holden ; agent Stephen Smith ; superintendent S j 
C Loveland ; selectmen P NWiley, Samuel Peabody jr., Ivers Holden ; 
trustee Emerson Ross ; listers Stephen Smith, John Wilder, John 
Drury; postmaster John Wilder. 



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WrJ\rDSOR.— Clerk TJiomr.s Boynton •, roiistables G H Shedd, John 
Moigan J overseers (selectmen) j a^ent Carlos Coolidge ; superin- 
tendent Franklin Butler } selectmen David Muggins, Oliver Hale, Al- 
fred Worcester; trustee Henry White ; Ii«ters Henry White, Camp- 
bell Barrett, Joel Hale ; postmasters J M Thoindike, Windsor, Sam'l 
Parker, Brownsville. 

/fOOZ)S7'OC^.— Clerk N Haskell; constable Gains Perkins; ov- 
erseer Samuel Wood ; agent Walter Palmer ; superintendent Wm 
Livingston ; selectmen Philo Hatch, Sara'l Wood, Henry W English ; 
trustee Job Lyman ; listers John A Pratt, Billy Brown, N T Church- 
ill ; postmasters E A Kimball, Woodstock, Oliver Bailey, South W. 

Rutland Coutitt;. 

BEJVSOJV. — Clerk and agent L C Kellogg ; constable Joel Olm- 
sted ; overseer Joseph Gibbs ; superintendent Azariah Hyde ; select- 
men Joseph Gibbs, F W Walker, Othniel Goodrich jr.; trustee F W 
Walker ; listers C R Walker, Daniel Crofoot, Chauncey Higgins ; ' 
postmaster John KeUogg jr. j 

BRJiJ^TDOJiT. — Clerk B Davenport ; constable John Li scorn ; over- 
seer Stephen Hall ; ;igent N T Sprague ; supeiiurendent C A Thomas j | 
selectmen Stephen Hall, C Winslow, A Collins ; trustees Ezra June, j 
E N Briggs, David M June ; listers Harvey Hall, Rich Hatch, S B 
June ; postmaster Edward Jackson. 

CASTLETOJ^\— Clerk Oliver R Harris; constable H R Gurnsey; 
overseeis (selectmen); agent Smith Sherman; superintendent H O 
Higley ; selectmen Hyde Westover, W'm Moulton, James Williams;! 
trustees Hyde Westover, T W Rice, Smith Sherman ; listers B D j 
Sanford, Eli Ames, Allen Palmer ; postmasters CuUen Sloulton, Cas- j 
tleton, Wm P Hyde, Hydeville, 

CHITTEJ\''DEJ\'.— Clerk Chauncey Taylor; constables Charles 
Bebee, Azem Churchill ; overseer Alvin Randall ; agent Joseph Par- 
ker ; superintendent C Taylor; selectmen Alvin Randall, Aaron Se- 
gar, Richard Parish; trustee Reuben Harris jr.; listers Thomas Per- 
i»o, Joseph Parker, S W Harrison ; postmastei Douglass Barnard. 

CZ-/3/J£JVX)0JV.— Clerk Wm G Grossman ; constables Joseph Cong- 
don, Caleb H Hall ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Enoch Smith ; su- 
perintendent Charles Woodhouse ; selectmen D S Ewing, Benj Fisk 
jr., Gershom Cheney; trustees Calvin Grossman, Harvey Steward, 
Hiram Smith ; listers Louis M Walker, Enoch Smith, Henry Hay- 
ward ; postmasters C B Hall, Clarendon, Ruel Parker, East Claren- 
don, Henry Hitchcock, Clarendon Springs. 

DAJVBY. — Clerk Wm Otis ; constables Albert Bucklin, Gardner 
Griffith ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Harvey Pariss ; superintendents 
Charles Congdon. Edward Lapham ; selectmen Hiram H Kelley, H F 
Otis, M Hilliard ; trustee Caleb Pariss 2d; listers Caleb Pariss 2d, An- 
drus Eggleston, Ira Edmunds ; postmasters Joseph R Green, Danby, 
M Hilliaid, Danbv 4 Coiners. 

F^IRHjiFEjV.— Clerk BF Gilbert; constable Seth J Hitchcock ; 
overseers (selectmen); agent W C Kittredge ; superintendents' M 
Davey; selectmen Hiram Hamilton, Simeon Cobb, Sam'l Wood jr.; 
trustee Joseph Sheldon jr; listers W C Kittredge, Ira Leonard, Elijah 
Esty ; postmaster I Davev. 

HUBBMRBTOM-Clerk S B Whipple ; constable Fayette Holmes ; 
overseer Jonathan F Pollard ; agent Pliny Holmes; superintendent 
Horace K Spencer ; selectmen J F Pollaid, Reuben St John, Horatio 
Barber; trustees Justin Jennings, Pliny Holmes, J W Barber ; listers 
M G Barber, S St John, Justin Jennings ; postmaster E B Dewey. 

[Rjl. — Clerk John Mason ; constable John Ross ; overseer Brad- 



TOWN OFFICBRS AI^D POSTMASTERS. 39 



ley Fish ; agent, Jeremiah Thornton ; superintendent Wm Howard jr.j 
i selectmen Knos C Fish, Abel Thornton, Lemon Carpenter; trustees 
John Mason, Abel Thornton, Joshua Harrington ; listers Chapman 
Giddings, Abel Thornton, John Ma^on ; postmaster Chapman Giddings. 
J^l eStD OJ^''. — Clerk and overseer Jimes K Pearson ; constable Cy- 
rus Edson jr.; agent Edward Mussey ; superintendent John Osborn ; 
selectmen Rufus Richardson, Ezra Edson, Leverett Wilkins ; trustee 
Othniel Williams ; listers Edward Mussey, Olivet Ford, Cyrus Ed- 
son jr.; postmaster Edward Mu«sey. 

MIDDLET01VJ^.—C\erk Eliakim Paul ; constable Lucius Cope- 
land ; overseer Micah Vail ; agent Orson Glark ; superintendent D G 
McCiure ; selectmen Hezekiah Haynes, Micah Vail, Thaddeus 
Tyrrell, Franklin Goodrich, Martin Coy ; trustee Orson Clark, listers 
Harris G Otis, Jonathan Morgan, J A Vail, Micah Vail, Russel Gar- 
diner; postmaster Moses E Vail. 

MOUJ^T HOLLY.— Cierk Abijah Cole; conrtabie John Ackley; 
overseer Daniel T Huntoon ; agent and superintendent John Crowley ; 
selectmen Alvin Holden, Hiram Dickerman, Elihu S Kelly , trustees 
©T Huntoon, Alvin Holden, Franklin I^ Frost ; listers T JM Frost, 
Austin Dickerman, F L Frost ; postmasters Alva Pierce, Mount Holly, 
Dan Peck, Mechanicsville. 

MOUXT TABOR.— CWxk Joseph P Burton; constable Benj B 
Britton ; overseer Benj G Cox ; agent and superintendent Gideon S 
Tabor ; selectmen Benj G Cox, Asa Nichols, G S Tabor ; trustees 
G S Tabor, Jophua Nichols, David Bolster ; listers David Stimson, G 
S Tabor, J B Cook. 

ORWELL.— CXexk Rosvvell Bottom jr.; constable Edson S Hull; 
overseer Mason S Abel ; agent Joseph H Chittenden ; superintendent 
Job Hall ; selectmen L S Hemenway, D E Rust, M S Abel; trustee 
Julius C Thomas ; listers Ruluft" White, Absalom Fuller, C H Con- 
key ; postmasters Ethan Murray, Orwell, E Wright, Orwell Centre, 
Walter Chipman, Chipman's Point. 

PAIVLET.-Olexk Harry Giiswold; constable Wm Root ; over- 
seers (selectmen); agent and superintendent Fayette B Potter ; se- 
jlectmen David Blaikely, Jonathan Randall, Hiel Holfester; trustee 
I Milton Brown ; listers Smith Hitt, Austia Whitcomb, Sheldon Ed- 
I gerton : postmaster Charles W Potter. 

PITTSFIELD.— Clerk Amos Holt; constable Lyman Holt; over- 
I €oer Job M Fuller ; agent Erastus Holt ; superintendent N E Green ; 
(-selectmen Penuel Child, Reuben Gurnsey, Marcus Holt ; trustee Dan- 
iel Ranney ; listers N E Green, Roswell Ranney, C A "Hiomas ; post- 
master Asa Gaines. 

PITTSFORD.—Ocrk S H Kellogg ; constable Jeffrey A Randall ; 
overseer Thomas F Bague ; agent John G Newell ; superintendent B 
F Winslow ; selectmen T F Bogue, Jeffrey Barns, Asher Burditt ; 
trustee Henry Sinionds ; listers S H Kellogg, Thomas Burditt, David 
Hall ; postn)aster Sidney P Griswold. 

P0(7Z.7'JV'£r.— Clerk Peter Farnham ; constable Salmon Rich- 
ards ; overseer Paul M Ross ; agent Joseph Joslin ; superintendent 
J B Beaman ; selectmen Wm Fifield, James Winchell, Joseph JosHk ; 
trustee Wm P Noyes : listers S P Hooker, Daniel Andrus,T D Dew- 
ey ; postmasters VVm McLeod, East Poultney, S P Hooker, West P. 
RUTLAJ^D. — Clerk Ambrose L Biown ; constable E L Griswold, 
Wm Kimball ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Charles Clement ; super- 
intendent John M Richwood ; selectmen Benj Capron, Azor Dike- 
man, D P Bell ; trustee Robert Pierpoint ; listers Daniel Kelley, Wm 
Humphrey, Wm Barns ; postmasters J C Dexter, Rutland, Asa Perry, 
West Rutland, 



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SHERBURJSrE.— Clerk Rufu? Richardson jr.; constable B Maxham ; 
overseer D W Taylor ; agent R Esierbrook ; superintendent Oliver 
Cooledge jr.; selectmen Silas Colton, J N Hatch, Wm Claik ; trustees ; 
S W Adams, B Maxham, John Johnson . listers K, S Easterbrooks, B 
Maxham, G W Topliff; postmaster S W Adams. 

SHREWSBURY.— C]eik howeW VV Gurnsey ; constabre Charles I 
Johnson; overseer (selectmen); agent Jonathan Buckmaster ; su- } 
periniendent Wm B Brown; selectmen J Backmuster, Richard Clark, I 
James Huntoon ; trustees N B Smitli, Daniel Jolinson, Hiram Cook ; | 
listers Eli LHolden, Daniel Johnson, John Buckmaster ; postmasters I 
John Buckmaster, Shrewsbury. Henry Glcason, Cuttingsville. | 

SUDBURY.— Clerk James K Hyde ; constable Wm P J Hyde;' 
overseer N F Bucklin ; agent Bainard Ketcham ; superintendent Rlis- 
sel Williams ; selectmer? Paul Spooner, E L Hall, C W Horton ; 
trustees James K Hyde, C W Horton, John F Goodell : listers Isaac 
Ketcham 2d, Augustus Wheeler, John F Goodell ; postmaster T J 
Groodrich. i 

TLYJIOUTff— Clerk GeoCapron jr.; constable Loring S Waldo; I 
overseers (selectmen); agent Obadiah Noble ; superintendents Rufus ! 
C Clapp, Calvin Brewer; selectmen Haivey Shaw, Judah H Round, I 
Spencer Waldo ; trustee James R Noble ; listers Royal Coleman, Geo I 
Capron jr., James R Noble ; postmaster Wra Vauirhan. 

WALLUSrOFORD.— Clerk David Holden ; constables A L Hyde, ' 
Esaias Hall ; o%'ersecrs (selectmen): agent H Button ; superintendents i 
S Martindale,* R Myres ; selectmen Alfred Hull, Joel W Ajnsworth, , 
John H Vail ; trustees S M Edgertnn, J Fox, J B Mun?on ; listers S ! 
M Edgerton, E G Hullet, Loomis French; postmasters R Bucklin, ' 
Wallingford, J H Vail, South W. *d€ceased. t 

WELLS. — Clerk Wm Lamb ; constable Joseph B Smith ; overseer | 
Joseph Parks ; agent Wesely demons ; superintendent Robert Parks ; | 
selectmen John S Hulet, John Barden, Nelson Paul : trustees David 
B Lewis, John C Hopson jr. , Nathan Francis ; listers Wesley Clem- 
ens, Harvey Parks, Alva Mitchel ; postmast&r Orlin Lewis. 

WEST HAVEJ^.—C\erk R S Armstrong ; constable Rollin Hitch- 
cock ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent John Sisco ; superintendent RIo- 
ses Field ; selectmen S Field, VV H Green, N Fish ; trustees S Ad- j 
ams ; listers S P Abel, S W Tryon, J Forbes ; pcetmaster R S Arm- ] 
strons. 



•Addison €^onntp, 

.^JDZ>/SOJV.— Clerk Henry Wiilmarth ; constabfes Rector Gage, A j 
D Hay.vard ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Heman Converse ; super- | 
intendents Carlton E Miles, Benj Abbot ; selectmen Samuel Pond, R 
W Eaton, Aaron Hinds ; trustees Samaol Pond, David V Chambers, 
Gideon Seeger ; listers Isaiah Clark, Heman Converse, D V Chambers ; 
postmasters Colby HasJeton. Addison, D C Goodale, Chimnev Point. 

.Bfiy7)PO/Z7.— Clerk E E Grosvenor; constables Charles Howe, 
E H Merrill; overseers James Dunn ; agent J B Huntley; superin- 
tendent R W Hemenway ; selectmen S Z Walker, Daniel Eldridgn, 
Abel H Eice ; trustees TJriah Minor, Wm B Benjamin, J Kitchel ; 
listers Cahnn Solace, Hiram Smith, Abel P Skiff; postmaster F P 
Fletcher. 

BRISTOL.— Ckrk H C Soper ; constable Wm C Rider ; overseer 
Nathan Rider jr.; agent Harvey Munsill ; superintendent Barnes 
Frisbie ; selectmen H Needham, H Parmaleo, A E Hazletine ; trus- 
tees Harvey Mnnsill, D R Gaigo, P S Warner ; listers S Sumner, G 
Bass, N Rider ; postma.ster D R Gaige. 

CORJ>rWALL. — Clerk Marcus O Porter ; constable and overseer 



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Abram Foot ; agent John Sanford ; superintendent Lucins L Tilden ; | 
selectmen James T Lane, Harris Bingham, Charles DeLong ; trustees | 
Wm Hamilton, Austin Dana, Charles DeLong ; listers Aostia Dana, | 
John Sanford, Reuben P Hall ; postmaster C H Stowell. | 

FERRISBURGH. — Clerk Zuriel Walker ; constable James Barnes; ; 
overseer Cyrus Booth ; agent Wm Hazard ; superintendent Solon ' 
Barroughs ; selectmen Lansing Hard, Hartwell Powers, Wm Allen; i 
trustees Cyrus Booth, Stodard Martin, David Hazard ; listers Zuriel ! 
Walker, N LKeese, Jared B Booth j postmaster John W ilartin, | 
North Ferri^burgh. I 

OR^J^TVILLE. — Clerk Amasa Eaton ; constable and agent David | 
Eaton ; overseer Wm Lamb jr.; superintendent Alonzo G Allen j se- ! 
lectmen Elisha Ford, Ira King, Noah Briggs jr.; trustees Wm Lamb j 
jr., Amasa Eaton ; listers Joseph Flint, David Eaton, Robert Kenedy; ! 
postmaster Alfred At wood. 

ff^JVCOCJr.— Clerk Zerah Barnes ; constable Alba Ellsworth ; ov- 
erseer Gardner Chandler ; agent John Hackett ; superintendent John , 
Strong; selectmen Zerah Barnes, Thaddeus Austin, Bela R Perry; j 
trostees C G Robbins, George Diggins, Augustus Taylor ; lista^s C G 
Bobbins, Geo Diggins, Ehud Darling ; postmaster Royal Flint. t 

LEICESTER. — Clerk and agent James S Messer ; constable Lar- } 
nard Atwood ; overseer A A Swinington ; superintendent W^illiam F 
Wright ; selectmen James S Messei, W F Barker, C B Hunt ; trus- j 
tee A A Swinington ; listers John Bullock, Otis Capron, VerresStan- \ 
ley ; postmaster Jehiel Griswold. I 

i/VcOLJV.— C lei k and superintendent W^m W Pope ; constables I 
John C Dow, Anson G Burnham ; overseer Joseph Colby ; agent and 
trustee Wm Mitchell-; selectmen John Bush, Davis Tucker, A Mitch- 
ell ; listers Jesse B Farr, Daniel H Sargent, James L Hoagg, W W 
Pope, A C Allen ; postmaster Luther M Kent. 

MIDDLEBURY.—C]eTk James McDonold ; constable Harry Good- 
rich ; overseer T M Fitch ; agent and trustee Edward D Barber ; su- 
perintendent Geo Pmith ; selectmen Zacheus Bass, Edwin Hammond, 
Horace L Enos ; listers Ira Stewart, Austin Johnson, Abel Abbey, 
Otis Goodrich, Leonard Deming; postmasters E D Barber, Middleba- 
ry, O P Torrance, East Middlebury. 

I MOM'KTOJ^^.—Cleik Stoddaad Hollis ; constables D S Eastman, 
Geo Atwood ; overseer and agent Alson Collins ; superintendent Og- 
den W Dean ; selectmen Roderick Baldwin, A A Dean, Geo Thomas ; 
trustee Coles Cook, Ryland Doten, Andrew Holmes ; listers Oliver 
Sherman, Luther R Eaton, M H Hurlbutt ; postmaster L C Keeler. 

J^EfV HA FEJV.— Clerk G W Brown, constables E S Bottum, F S 
Plumley ; overseer Royal W Stow ; agent E S Hinman ; superintend- 
ents Sylvester Doud, E S Bottum ; selectmen Royal W Stow, Jona 
Hoyt, Horatio Plumley ; trustees Jona Hoyt, Elias Bottum, J W Lang- 
don ; listers Svlvester Doud, Elias Bottum, Ira GifFord; postmasteis | 
Hiram Rider, New Haven, Hubbard Cook, East Mills. 

P./SJVTOJV.— Clerk Geo Spencer ; constables Philo Bristol, Jeffer- 
son Converse ; overseer John BSpaluding; agent BF Gaines; su- 
perintendents Norman Tousley, R T Bristol ; selectmen Hiram Allen, 
John D Smith, J S Tappen ; trustees Nelson Richards, B F Gaines. 
Hiram Spaulding ; listers Joseph Hay ward, Edrick Adams, Silas Pond; 
postmaster Wareham Brown. 

ii/PrOJV.— Clerk Arnon A Atwood; constable Harry Downer ; ov- 
erseer Samuel H Hendrick ; agent Jona R Furnal ; superintendent 
Geo Chipman ; selectmen S H Hendfick, Jona R Furnal, C W Lins- 
ley; trustee Samuel Damon jr.; listers Harry Downer, John R New, 
Arnon A Atwood ; postmaster Daniel Chipman. 



4rS TOWIf OPPtCERil a:<D FOBTMASTSR8. 

SJiLJSBURY.—ChTk E H Weeks ; constable Nehemiah Pray : ov- 
erseer Horace Thomas ; agents (selectmen) ; superintendents G VV 
Barrows Nath'l Spencer, L Bump ; «ekctmen Amos Hamilton, Frank- 
lin Bump, James Fitts ; trustee i*umner Brijrijs ; iisters Nath'l t?pen- 
cer, Dan Dike, Sumner Brigjs ; postmaster Harvev Deming. 

SHOREHAM.— Clerk Levi O Birchurd ; constable Alphonio B 
Bascom ; overseer (selectmen) ; agent Davis Rich ; superintendent 
Rollin Birchard ; selectmen Kent Wright, Gasca Rich, Jasper Bar- 
num ; trustee Ebenezer Bush ; listers Silas H Jcnison, Alonzo Bir- 
chard, Jonathan Wilson ; postmaster Edmond B Hill. 

STJlHKSBOHO\—C\erk Wm Woith 2d ; constable Geo VV Fer- 1 
guson ; overseer and agent Ira Bushnell ; superintendents Z B Worth, I 
N 6 Morrison, A Ferguson ; selectmen James Kinsley, Pearley Hill, j 
David Phillips ; trustees Ira Bushnell, Benj L Knight, Pearley Hill ; ; 
Ijsteis Woicolt Norton, Joel Orvis, Isaiah L Strong ; postmaster A M I 
Hawkins. I 

r£«0£JV*JVj:S.— Mayor John Thompson; aldermen Elliot Sher- 
ri!l, Hosea Williard, Carlos Blake, Austin Bradford ; clerk Wm H 
White'; constable and overseer John E Roberts ; superintendent Geo i 
W Grandey ; common council Samuel Morgan, Wm Joslin, C U Keel- 1 
er; listers Elliot Sherrill, Samuel Wilson, Geo Field; postmaster | 
John Paikcr. 

^fJiLTHJi^f.— Clerk FehgFisher ; constable Newton Rose; over- | 
seer Josiah Parker ; agent Elijah Benton ; superintendent J P .Strong ; ! 
selectmen and trustee* Charles Bacon, Josiah Parker, Rollin Everts; | 
listers Peleg Fisher, Newton Rose, J H Sprague, Elijah Benton, i 
Rollin Everts, i 

H'EYBRIDOE.—Oleik Isaac Drake; constable Sardis Dodge;! 
overseer (selectmen) ; agent Benjamin Wales ; superinteadoni Le- 
aiider D Gregory ; selectmen Leander U Gre-iory. Philo Jcwelt, Jod-, 
ediah R Dodge ; trustees Elijah G Drake, John Brittell, Edwin Hay- 
ward ; listers Daniel L Wright, Isaac Btake, Columbus J Bowdish ; 
postmaster Orange Brittell. I 

WHITIJ^O —Clerk Wm P Wright ; oonstable Lewis Pond ; over- ' 
seer Levi Gibson ; agent Epbraim .Moulton jr.; superintendents D N | 
Casey, Calvin Foster, Abel Walker; selectmen Epbraim Moulton Jr., i 
Calvin Foster, W'm J McAllister ; trustees (selectmen) ; listers Al- . 
len Ketchum, Lymaa f* White, J F Brown ; postmaster Wm Pierce. 

Ornttge County. | 

SiLJDFOHD,— Clerk Geo P Baldwin ; constable John B Peckitt 
jr.; overseer John B Woodward ; agent J WD Parker; selectmen j 
Hubbard Wright, ;E P Johnson, Flavel Bliss ; trustees Geo W Prich- ] 
ard, Arad Slebliins, Geo P Baldwin ; listers Arad Stebbins, N VV Ayer, ' 
Thomas C Shaw ; postmaaters 8 E Davis, Bradford, Moody Coloy, j 
Bradford Centre. I 

BRAIXTREE.—C\(ijk John S Nichols ; constable Z B Flint ; ov- \ 
vcrft-er Augustus Flint ; agent Ziba Bass ; superintcndoiu John B i 
Hutchinson ; selectmen James Hutchinson, James Spear, Ira Mimn ; | 
trustees Jamca Hutchinson, John VVuite, Augustus Flint ; listers Ira i 
Mann, Rufus Hutchinson, Wm Nichols; postmasters S M Flint,! 
Braintree, Joseph Spear, West Braintree. 1 

BROOKF/ELD— Clerk Andrew W Bigeiow : constable Marshall j 
P Davis ; overseer Ella-i .Smith ; agent Joseph G Smith ; superintend- 
ent Jchicl Claflin ; ^eltrclinen Noah Paine, John Herrick 2<l, S M Big- I 
low; trustees Justus Eidson, Rcutien Peck, .'^praguo Arnold jr.; lis- i 
ters Ariel Burnham, F G Biglow, J G Smith ; postmoslcrt Z 8 Spear, 
Brookfield, M F Davis, East Brookfield. 



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CHELSEA. — Clerk FosterGrow: con^talilo Horvey T.alhrop; over- 
seer Salmon J Moore ; agent Augustus P Huuiun ; f u|irrinrcndent J 
W Smith ; selectmen Salmon J Moore, Wilder Dearborn, Hyde Cab- 
ot j trustee Lament Bacon 5 listers Elibu Hyde, Harry VV Hatch, 
Philander Robhins-, postmaster Jonathan Smith jr. 

CORIJ\rTN.-~C\eTk John A Tenney ; constable D M Richardson ; 
overseer Samuel Darling ; agent \Vm Spencer : superintendent Solon 
Martin ; selectmen Gouldsburn Taplin jr., Winthiop Gieen, Zelotus 
Farr ; trustees George Sleeper, Reuben Pa^e, John A Tenney ; listers 
John T Wiggins, Reuben Stevens, Jonathan Robie 2u; postmasters 
Wm .- pencer, Corinth, Nathan Blake, East Corinth. 

FAIRLEE. — Clerk J B Bailey ; constable Elihu Corliss ; overseer 
Geo W Cook ; agent Samuel D Bantill ; superintendent Thomas 
Stratton ; selectmen Elihu Corliss, A H Gilmore, Benj Celley ; 
trustee Josiah Joslin ; listers John McLane, Cyrus Stearns, Sylvester 
Slafter ; postmaster Geo W Brown. 

JSTEWBVRy. — Clerk David Johnson ; constable and agent John E 
Chamberlain ; overseer Charles J Smith j superintendent G W Camp- 
bell 5 selectmen Wm R Shedd, Levi Carter, Simeon Stevens jr.; lis- 
ters Charles Hale, Wm Burroughs, Robert Renliew; postmasters 
Freeman Keyes, Newbury, Thomas J Doe, South Newbury, Charles 
B Leslie, Wells River. 

ORAJSTGE. — Clerk Timothy Hancock ; constable and trustee Car- 
los Carpenter; overseer and agent David Holbrook ; superintendent 
A P Foster; selectmen Jeremiah Sanborn, Jacob P Sargent, Moses 
Sargent; listers Cailos Carpenter, John Peake, David Holbrook; 
postmaster Orange Fifield. 

/i^J\rZ)OZ-P^.— Clerk Benj TBlodgett; constable Horace Whee- 
ler; overseer Belcher Salisbury ; agent Philander Penin; superin- 
tendent Samuel Keith; selectmen Hoiatio Liliie, Phinehas Moulton, 
John Weston ; trustees Philander Perrin, Horatio Liliie, Charles W^al- 
do ; listers Loren Griswold, George Martin, Ziba Sprague; postmas- 
ters Philander Perrin, Randolph, Harvey Curtis, East Randolph, Sam- 
uel B Mann, West Randolph. 

STRAFFORD.— Clerk Stephen Morrill ; constables Samuel Moore, 
Lucius Carpenter: overseer Darius Brown ; agent Wm Sanborn; su- 
peiintendent J N Stiles ; selectmen Phineas Walker, Benj Preston jr.. 
Wm Rollins ; trustees Stephen Morrill, Pliny Day, Chase Dow ; lis- 
ters Wm Sanborn, Chase Dow, Hiram Barrett; postmasters W H. San- 
born, Strafford, Harry Russ, South Strafford. 

THETFORD.— Clerk Hamilton D Tyler ; constable Samuel Da- 
vis ; oversee! John Matson ; agent Richard M Gleason ; superintend- 
ent Roger S Howard ; selectmen S G Heaton, W^ra Kingman, Z E 
Messer ; trustees Jonathan Emerson, Henry Gillet, Enoch Slade ; lis- 
ters Geo Gary, Wm H Latham, James Tyler jr.; postmasters J T 
Mutchamore, Thetford, M^J Walker, Union Village, Josiah Coburn, 
Post Mills, 

T'OPS/f.^JIf.— Clerk Levi Tabor ; constable Denison S Jackson ; 
overseer James F George ; agent John W Batchelder ; superintendent 
Levi Benton; selectmen James F George, David Bagleyjr., Moses 
Jones ; trustee Moses Jones ; listers O H Watson, Henry Butterfield, 
Hale Grow ; postmasters Albert Bayley, Topsham, Moses Wallace, 
West Topsham 

TUJ^B RIDGE.— Clerk C B Chandler; constable Wm PBrown ; 
overseer James Brown ; agent J E Dodge ; superintendent Norman 
Durant; selectmen Joseph Foster, Nath'l King jr., Wm Putnam; 
trustees Stephen Woodard, John Lougee, Horace Parkhurst ; listers 
J L Hall, Spencer Smith, D VV Cowdry ; p m Fraucis Sturtevant. 



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VERSHIRE—C\eTk Horacn T Keyes ; constable Stilman T Wig- 
gins ; overseer Simeon Bacon ; agent Nathan Spear ; superintendent 
E C Fuller; selectmen Geo W Jones, Liynian Fitts, Simeon Bacon ; 
trustees Thomas Keyes, Simeon Bacon, Moses Bartholomew ; listers 
Lenox Gilman, Aidin Church, David Eastman ; postmaster H T Keyes. 

lVj3SHIJVnT0J\r.— Clerk John Colby ; constable Perley Roberts ; 
overseers (selectmen) ; agent H A White ; selectmen B W Bartholo- 
mew, Hall Burgin, Philip Sargent ; trustee B W Bartholomew ; listers 
T G White, Hiram Fellows, B W Bartholomew ; postmaster Joseph 
L Bowles 

WEST FjSIRLEE.—C\erk Alvah Bean; constable Cyrus May; 
overseer Azariah Wild ; agent E^lisha May; superintendents Mills M 
Cox, B P Churchill, Jabez Lamphear; selectmen Joseph Kimball, 
James Fuller, David Robinson ; trustee David Robinson ; listers W^m 
Morse, Solomon Brown, Alvah Bean ; postmaster A B Southworth. 

WIT.LMMSTO /rjV.— Clerk Wm S Beckett ; constable and agent 
Ebenezer B.iS8 ; overseer Bradford Newcomb ; superintendent Eli W 
Taylor: selectmen John Lynde, Alvin Smith, Walter Newcomb; 
trustees .\lvah Simons, John Lynde, Porter Martin ; listers Alvah Si- 
mons, Porter Martin, Enoch Burnham jr.; postmaster R Ainsworth. 



Chittenden County. 

BOLTOJV.—C\cTk J H Whitcomb ; constable Alexander Smith; 
overseers (selectmen) ; agent John Beede ; selectmen Wra H Sabins, 
Daniel Colton jr., James Norris ; trustees Gideon Barber, John Beede, 
H H Pineo ; listers Moses L Colton, John Beede, Samuel Deavitt ; 
postmaster Joseph Smith. 

BC7/iLAAr«rOJV.— Clerk Chalon FDavey; constable Isaac Sher- 
wood ; overseer S W Taylor ; agent Charles D Kasson : superintend- 
ents H J Parker, J R Converse, O W B Pcabody ; selectmen John N 
Pomeroy, Samuel Nichols, Henry B Stacy ; trustees Charles Russell, 
Isaac Warner, Wm R Vilas; listers Harry Bradley, Wyllys Lyman, 
John Van Sicklin ; postmaster Wm Noble. 

CHARLOTTE.— VMtk Samuel H Barnes ; constable C C Martin ; 
overseers (selectmen) : agent Luther Stone ; superintendent E A 
Fuller ; selectmen Leonard Sherman, D C Lake, John J Bouton ; 
trustees Luther Stone, S H Barnes, W E Sherman ; listers Hirdsey 
Newell, Midus Prindle, E H Wheeler; postmaster Samuel H Barnes. 

COLCHESTER,— CXaxk Geo P Mayo; constable H H Bates ; ov- 
erseer John S Webster ; agent Udney H Penniuian ; superintendents 
Ansel Nash, M G Hodge ; selectmen John S Webster, Ebenezer 
Woolcott, B J Heinberg; trustees John S Webster, M D Wick ware, 
Henry Boardman ; listers Jacob Rolfe, Wm B Munson, LB Piatt; 
postmasters Cassius N Plielps, Colchester, Win B Hatch, Winooski. 

ESSEX —Clerk Amasa Bryant ; constable Alanson Bliss ; overseer 
John P Buttolph ; agent and superintendent Jesse Carpenter ; se- 
lectmen P L Castle, Chester Slater, J B Weed ; trustees Byron Ste- 
vens, Samuel Thrasher, Marshal Castle ; listers Byron Stevens, E G 
Stanton, Warren Ford ; postmaster Jesse Carpenter. 

mj^'ESB URGir.—rAark Wm B Viele ; constables Noble B Flana- 
gan J F Miles ; ovi-rseers (selectmen) ; agent Joseph Marsh; supei- 
intendents Daniel Goodyear, H R Smith ; selectmen Daniel Goodyear, 
Naht'l Miles, Daniel Gorhani ; trustees Jedediah Hoynton, John S 
Patrick, Alaon H Post ; listers Joseph Marsh, Daniel Patrick, F W 
Baldwin ; po'troantor Thomas W Gibb. 

//(7JV7VJVr?7'OJV.— Clerk Alexander Fergoson ; constable Jonn B 
Dyke ; overseer and agent John Judson ; superintendent G W Brom- 
ley ; selectmen Joel Mix, S R Snyder, John Bickford ; trustee Ly- 



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man Hall ; listers Stephen Sayles, John Judson, H M Hill ; postmas- 
ter John E Woodworth. 

JERICHO. — Clerk John Lyman ; constable Ezra Church ; overseer 
and agent Truman Galusha ; superintendent Albert Lee ; selectmen 
Truinan Galusha, Hiram Day, Harvey Field ; trustees Geo B Oakes, 
Oliver Lowrey. Luther Brown; listers Jamin Hamilton, Isaac C Bos- 
twick, Erastus Field j postmasters G B Oakes, Jericho, Abram Jack- 
son, Jericho Centre. 

jMILTOJsT. — Clerk Geo Ay res ; constable Henry P Seegar ; over- 
seers ^selectmen) ; agent Lyman Burgess ; supeiintendent Daniel H 
Onion; selectmen Ira Witters, Timothy F Phelps, D H Onion j tius- 
tees Samuel Boardman, John Jackson, Lyman Buigess ; listers Sam'l 
Boardman, Ebenezer Wood, Benj Fairchild ; postmasters H B Smith, 
Milton, C L Drake, West Milton. 

RICHMOjXD.—C\exW E B Green ; constable Thomas C Barney ; 
overseer (selectmen) ; agent Artemas Flagg ; superintendent Guy C 
Sampson ; selectmen Saftbrd Colby, Edwin Brown, Jonathan Fay ; 
trustee Aaron B Maynard ; listers Kolla Gleason, Samuel Conant, E 
D Mason ; postmaster John Delaware jr. 

SHELBURJVE.—CleTk -Lyman Hall ; constable David J Tuppei ; 
overseer Lee Tracy ; agent J S Blin ; superintendent E H Sprague ; 
selectmen Harry Russell, O F Holabird, Asahel Nash ; trustees Eli- 
jah Phelps, Eli Monroe, L S White ; listers Geo Saxtoo, J F Wells, 
Rufus Ro::ers ; postmaster Geo B Isham. 

ST. GEORGE.— C]erk Reuben Lockwood; constable Alonzo 
Jilansfield ; overseers (selectmen); agent Colonel Smith; superin- 
tendent O H Wright; selectmen Colonel Smith, Reuben Lockwood, 
Ebenezer Isham ; listers Colonel Smith, Reuben Lockwood, Nathan 
Lockwood ; postmaster Joel C Higbee. 

UJ^DERHILL. — Clerk Oliver Goodhue ; constable and overseer 
John Story ; agent John H Tower; superintendent Simeon Parmelee ; 
selectmen H A Naramore, Eli Whitton, Geo Thorp ; trustees John 
Cboat, Alpheas Eaton, Calvin Morse; listeis J Story, Levi French, 
Samuel Dewing; postmaster John H Tower jr. 

WESTFO RD. —Cletk James Nichols ; constable R P Richardson ; 
overseer Geo Hobart ; agent Reuben Farnesworth; superintendent John 
H Woodward ; selectmen L B Allen, Reuben Farnesworth, Geo Ho- 
bart ; trustees H P Wood, Wm Bowman, Alna Stone ; listers Hora- 
tio Allen, Amos Hobart, Isaac Chase ; postmaster H B Hine. 

WILLISTOJ^T. — Clerk Chauncey Brownell ; constable Anson Shaw ; 
overseer Erasmus Chapin ; agent Nathan Stearns ; superintendents 
Geo H Taylor, Chauncey Browtiell, Josiah Lyman ; selectmen Ezbon 
Sanford, Jonas G Chittenden, Geo xN Wakefield ; listers R B Fay, 
Harry Miller, D A Murray ; postmaster Jonas G Chittenden. 



\^ashington Coniifp. 

BARRE — Clerk Alvan Carter; constable Alvan Drury ; overseer 
John Thompson 2d ; agent G WCollamer ; superintendent Denison K 
Smith; selectmen Jacob Scott, Nathan Trow, Joel Gouldesbury ; 
trustees Dodge W Keith, Stillinan Wood, Cheney Keith; listers Jo- 
siah Wood, Rodney Bradford, Noah Carlton ; postmasters James Hale, 
Barre, Alvan Carter, South Barre. 

BERLLN". — Clerk Frederick Hovey ; constable Christopher C Bul- 
lock ; overseer J^mes V Perley ; agent Sheffield Hayward ; superin- 
tendent O rren Smith; selectmen Theodore Strong, John T Miller, 
Daniel Chandler jr.; trustees Elijah Nye jr., Sylvanus F Nye, C C 
Bullock ; listers Schuyler Phelps, Osman Dewey, C C Bullock ; post- 
master Israel Dewey. 



4:6 TOWN OFFICERS AND POSTMASIEHS. 

CjIL^IS. — Clerk Gideon Hicks ; constable David B Fay ; overseer 
E C McLoud ; agent Abdiel Kent ; superintendent Kelson A Chase ; 
selectmen N A Chase, Lewis Wood, Asa Alden ; trustees Asa Alden, 
Abdial Kent ; listers Abdial Kent, Charles Dudley, J H Cole ; post- 
masters Jonas Hall, Calais, Asa Alden, East Calais 

DUXBURY. — Clerk Nathan Huntley ; constable Lorenzo Davis; 
overseer Gilbert Huntley ; agent Samuel Ridley ; superintendent C H 
Marshal ; selectmen Wm F Chatterton, David Belding, Ii C Turner; 
trustees Chester Marshal, Henry M Nash, Ira Arms ; listers Luther 
Graves jr., Samuel Ridley, S C Turner. 

FjjysrOJV.— Clerk W B Porter; constable Simpson Hays; over- 
seer D McAllister ; agent Eli Bruce ; superintendent John C Griggs ; 
selectmen Hosea Newcomb, S C Parker, Wm Bixby ; tiustees Elisha 
Brigham, Hosea Newcomb, Wm Bixby ; listers Jacob Boyce, Elisha 
Briirham, Moses J Boyce. 

MjlRSHFIELD.~C]eik S D Hollister; constable Andrew En- 
glish; overseer Horace Hollister; agent J L Carpenter; selectmen 
Horace Hollister, J G Pratt, Horace Pike ; trustee Stephen Pitkin ; 
listers S R Hollister, Ira Smith, Hiram Potter; postmaster Jonathan 
Goodwin. 

J\ITDDLESEX. — Clerk Horace Holden ; constables Geo H Lewis, 
Josiah Churchill ; overseer VVm D Mclntyre ; agent Holden Putnam; 
superintendent Aaron Ladd ; selectmen Horace Holden, Jacob S Ladd, 
Geo Lealand ; trustees Wm D Mclntyre, Enos Stiles ; listers Geo H 
Lewis, Leandei Warren, Leander Putnam ; postmaster A A Haskins. 

jMOJ^TPELIER —Clerk James T Thurston ; treasurer E P Jew- 
ett ; constables J P W Vincent, Alonzo Snow ; overseer Hariy Rich- 
ardson ; agent R R Keith ; superintendent Eli Ballou ; selectmen 
Charles Walling, Geo S Hubbard, John G Putnam ; trustees John 
Spalding, J T Marston, John J Willard ; linters Wm Howes, Israel 
Goodwin, S S Kelton; postmasters Geo W Reed, Montpelier, Apol- 
los Metcalf, East Montpelier, Charles Sibley, North M. 

jVORETOH'JV.—Oeik Lester Kingsley; constable Cyrus C Spal- 
ding ; overseer Calvin Clark ; superintendent Alfred M Nevins ; se- 
lectmen Daniel Harris, Calvin Clark, Samuel Pierce ; trustee Uriah 
Howe, R G Buckley ; listers Henry McClurc, Alpheus Bass, A R Mc 
Elory ; postmaster Lester Kingsley. 

^rORJ'HFIELD.—Vlerk Volney H Averill ; constable Isaac W 
Brown ; overseer and agent Nathan Morse ; euperinJendents Heman 
Carpenter, A V Rawson, Alonzo Webster ; selectmen Nathan Morse, 
H W Carpenter, Joel VVinch ; trustee Calvin Cady ; listers Moses 
Robinson, S U Richmond Moses Thurston; postmaster Wm Rodgera. 

Pf^/J\rFIELD.—C]eik Ezra Kidder ; constable Albee Martyn ; 
overseer, agent and superintendent Nathaniel Bancroft; selectmen 
E M Perry, John W Batchelder. Ira Stone ; trustees Ebenezer Mar- 
tin, Amherst Perkins, Lwwis Vincent; listers John Lawrence, Justus 
Kinney, J B Davis ; postmaster Nathaniel Bancroft. 

ROXBURV.—OoTk Allen Spalding ; constable Samnol Ruggles, 
Deiter t?ami>un ; overseer Silas Brailty ; agent Allen Spalding ; su- 
perintendent Stephen Piorce ; selectmen Chailes Samson, Isaiah Shaw, 
Alvin Bailey ; trustee Benona Webster ; listers Charles Samson, Al- 
len Spalding, Bcnona Webster ; postmaster J M Spalding, Roxbuiy, 
Samuel Ruggles, Kant Roxburv. 

W.'ilTSFl HI).— Ch'.rk t:>ru8 Joslyn ; constable J C Campbell; 
overseer Timoihy Rood ; agent Roderick Kichardcon ; 8Ui)eriniendent 
J .Vi Rirhurdson ; selectmen'C C Joslyn, Jedcdiah Bushnull, Nath'l 
G 'oslyn ; trustee Rod'k Richardson ; listers 'i'imuthy Reed, Robert 
Leach, iiiram JoAJyn ; postmaster James M Richardson. 



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WARREjY.—Clerk Franklin A Wright ; constable Gideon Good- 
speed ; overseer John CardeJl ; agent Joseph A Curtiss ; superintend- 
ent G N Brigham ; seliectmen M VV Shurtleff, D S Parker, E A El- 
dridge ; trustees DensJow Upham, F A Wright, M W Shurtleff ; lis- 
ters Moses Ordway, P Riford, A Hanks ; postmaster D S Parker. 

WATERBURY. — Clerk Wm Carpenter; constabife S S Spicer ; 
overseer and superintendent Henry Douglass ; agent Henry F Janes ; 
selectmen O W Drew, Silas May, Thaddeus Clough ; trustees Wm 
W Wells, Alpheus Robbins, Wm Carpenter : listers Leander Hutch- 
ins, Geo Atkins, Harvey Prescott ; postmaster Ahira S Richardson. 

WOODBURY.— ^\ex\L Asaph Town; constable Levi Ball ; over- 
seer Ira McLoud ; agent Stephen Chapman ; superintendent F C Put- 
nam ; selectmen Abiier Town, Michael Jackson, Curtis Osgood; 
trustees Ebenezer Bruce, Levi Ball, John Fowler ; listers Ira Mc 
Loud, Hiram Putnam, Joseph Parker ; postmaster Wm McGregor. 

WORCESTER.— C\exk. Samuel Andrews ; constables A M Kelley ; 
overseer Abel Whitn«y ; agent M C Brown ; selectmen Thomas Reed, 
Thomas Hutchinson, Marcus Maxham ; trustees H D Robbins, A L 
Vail, L T Harris ; listers Milton Brown, Artemas Richardson, Na.- 
thaniel A Kelley; postmaster Samuel Andj-ews, 



Caledonia Cownty. 

BARJVET. — Clerk John Shaw ; constable Obed S Hatch ; overseer 
John Harvey ; agent Wm Harvey ; superintendents A O Hubbard, N 
W Smith, Thomas Goodwiliio ; selectmen Tho's F Moore, Geo Gal- 
braith, Walter Abbot ; listers Wm Harvey, BGilkerson, Nath'l Roy ; 
postmasters F J Eastman, Barnet, J E Kendall, Passumpsic, Wor- 
cester Hunt, Mclndoes Falls. 

BURKE. — Clerk Asahel Burrington; constable D B Denison ; ov- 
erseer and agent Daniel Beckwith ; superintendent Rufus Godding ; 
selectmen Jesse Marshall, Geo J Denison, AS Bennett ; trustees Asa- 
hel Burrington, Geo W Denison, Abel Brown ; listers Jesse Marshall 
jr., B F Belden, H B Hall ; postmaster Joel Trull. 

CABOT. — Clerk Thomas Osgood; constable and overseer B F 
Scott ; agent John McLean ; selectmen Caleb Fishei, Leonard Orcutt,. 
Jacob Way; trustees Jeremiah Atkins, Marcus O Fisher, Paul Dean ; 
listers Milton Fisher, Tho's Lyfordjr., Daniel Gould; postmaster 
Elijah Perry. 

DAKVILLE. — Clerk Archelaus Sias ; constable John Currier ; 
overseers (selectmen) ; ag.ent Theron Howard ; superintendents C G 
Burnhani, David Perry ; selectmen Stephen Stevens, Moses Stevens, 
H T Moore ; trustees S B Mattocks, Seneca Ladd, Asa Morrill ; lis- 
ters Samuel Langmaid, Harry Chamberlain. Alien Pope; postmasteis 
Joseph C Fuller, Danville, Wm J Stanton, North Danville. 

GiZOTOiAT.— Clerk Isaac N Hall ; constable John Hoberts ; over- 
seer Peter Whitehill ; agent Thomas Wason ; superintendent S B 
Heath; selectmen Hugh Dunn, Daniel Roberts, Percival Bailey; 
trustee Sam'I G Clark ; listers Isaac N Hall, Ebenezer Paul, John 
Taisev ; postmaster Wm Darling. 

HARDWICK.—G\%xk D W Aiken ; constable Alden E Judevine ; 
oveiseers (selectmen); agent Lewis H Delano; superintendents A 
M Blair, Nathan Denison, Joseph Underwood ; selectmen Alden E 
Judevine, Wm Blair, Enoch Smith ; trustees L H Delano, A E Jude- 
vine, Orra Crosby ; listers D W Aiken, Joshua Stevens, Dustin Grow ; 
postmasters Harvey Montgomery, Hardwick, D W Aiken, South 
Hardwick, Enoch Smith,^ North Hardwick. 

KIRBY.—Ql^xk C H Giaves ; constable John Russell jr.; overseer 
Horace Burroguhs ; agent and trustee A W Burrouhgs ; selectmen A 



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W Burroughs, B B Nicker.?on, Luther Wood jr.j listers Nath'l Willis, 
Merrit Ne-.vhal), Nath'l S Damon. 

ir.V£>OJV.— Clerk John M Hoyt; constable C H Roberts; over- 
seer and agent Welcome Bemis ; superintendent Andrew J Willard ; 
selectmen Ferdinand S Walker, Alonzo Beniis, Ch:irles Ingalls-, trus- 
tee X H Fletcher ; listers J T G Cunningham, Ephraim Chamberlin, 
Welcome McGafiey ; postmasters Ephraim Chamberlin, Lyndon, John 
M Hoyt, Lyndon Centre. 

JVEfT^RK.— Clerk, agent and superintendent Lauren M Sleeper ; 
constable Henry Dolloff; overseer James Wire; selectmen Austin 
Packer, Hiram Allard, Jabez Smith , trustee Henry Dolloff, Obed 
Johnson, L M sleeper ; listers Aipheus Stoddard, L M Sleeper, Ch's 
Kinney ; postmaster Hollis Bruce 

PEJiCHJ[j\I.— Clerk David Menill ; constable F F Hutcbins ; ov- 
erseer Siiiion Blanchard ; agent Josiah Shedd ; superintendents D 
Merrill, I Watts, J A Gilfillen ; selectmen Moses Martin, A Goode- 
nough, Isaac Watts ; trustees S A Chandler, Hazen Merrill, E C 
Chamberlin ; listers Lyman Partridge, Schuyler Merrill, Simon Blan- 
chard ; postmaster E C Brown. 

RYEOMTE.— Clerk George Cowles ; constable David Nelson ; ov- 
erseer Robert Miller ; agent Harry Moore ; superintendent James M 
Beattie ; selectman John McClure, Wm T Whitelaw, Harry Moore ; 
trustee Robert Dickson : listers John Cameron, Archibald Park, Rob't 
Gibson 2d ; postmaster George Cowles. 

SHEFFIELD.~C\erk James Townsend ; constable L 31 M Gray ; 
overseer Horace Drown ; agent James Townsend ; superintendent 
Reuben M Gray ; selectmen Hiel Bradley, James Roberts, C H In- 
galls; trustees J P Ingalls, James Roberts, C L Ingalls ; listers J P 
Ingalls, L M M Gray, Horace Drown : postmaster Joseph Ide. 

isT. JOHJ^'SBURY. -Clerk Jerry Dickerman ; constable Joseph 
Hutchinson ; overseer Moses Kittredge ; agent Jonas Flint, superin- 
tendents J P Bancroft, B Butler, L B Harrington ; selectmen John 
Morse, Russell Hallet, Charles Blinn ; trustees Moses Kittridge, John 
Morse, D W Lee ; listers Moses Kittridge, John Higgins jr., D W 
Lee ; postmasters V M Dimick, St. Johnsbury, Wm P Stoughton, St. 
Jonsbury Centre, David Goodall, East St. Johnsbury. 

SUTTO^r —Cleik Neheraiah Shaw ; constable Alfred H Bartlett ; 
overseer Jonathan Richardson ; ;igont Caleb Aldrich ; superintendent 
Mark Hill ; selectmen Jcnks M Putnam, Jonathan Richardson, Lo- 
renzo Howard ; trustee David Giffin , listers Thomas J Barker, Wm 
Hutchinson, David Giffin ; postm.istcr Nehemiah 8haw. 

fVALDEJ^.— Clerk Daniel Wooster ; constable Isaac Patterson; 
overseer and agent Robert V\Tiite ; superintendent James D Bell ; se- 
lectmen Isajtc Patterson, James Currier, Robert VN'hite ; trustees 
Nath'l Farrington, Robert White, John Gould ; listers Hiiaro Perkins, 
Sereno Mont^'omery, Daniel Wooster . postma-stere Henry Currier, 
Walden. Leonard Farrington, >outh Walden. 

fVjiTERFORD.— Clerk L S Freeman ; constable O H Freeman ; 

overseer Luke '^os-* ; agent Royal Ross superintendent Ebenezcr 

Smifh ; selectmen Di.nnis May, Rutus Hurlbcrt, Abe! (ijss ; trustee 

I .!osse Bishop, listois Koyal Ross, Wm Hovey, Calvin Brown; post- 

ma.'tters E C Parks, Walcrford, John U Hoyt, Lower Waterford. 

i fVHKELOCK.~C\ork John W Brown con.-itable Wm Chase; ov- 

! crsei-r Simuel F Shnttuck ; a<;ent JelTerson Cree ; superintendent Jo- 

; eph Dow ; selectmen Nathaniel Hart, (/harlos Mathcwson jr., Sam- 

' uel D -'^ray : iruntee E .M .Magoon ; list rn lolin Eiuersoii, Hollis 

! Heath, Charlea Sanborn j postmaster Sowail Bradley. 






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Franklitt County. 

BjSKERSFIELD— Clerk is B Hazletirie ; constable Wm H Dean ; 
overseer and agent W C Wilson ; superintendents J S Spaulding, H 
J Moore, W C Wilson ; selectmen Augustus Child, Seth Oakes, Jesse 
Dunham ; trustees T VV Scott, Ira Fay, C C Stone ; listers Josiah 
Houghton, John Morse, Wm Giddings ; postmaster Charles C Stone. 

BERKSHIRE.— Cierk Linus Lea%ens ; constable Ebenezei Weld ; 
overseer P P Leavens ; agent Jasper Rand ; superintendent Arza An- 
drus ; selectmen H S Bowen, Arza Andrus, Philander Ladd ; trustee 
Linus Leavens ; listers Lewis Evvins, Anson Hull, L H Wheeler ; 
postmasters H S Bowen, Berkshire, Jasper Rand, West Berkshire, 
Wm Clapp, East Berkshire. 

EJ\rO SB UR OH.— Clerk Horace Eaton ; constable and overseer 
Henry Walbridge ; agent C B Maynard ; supeiintendent Bennett Ea- 
ton ; selectmen Chailes B Maynard, Bennett Eaton, Clark Barnes ; 
trustees Jonas Boutell, B Eaton, H N Barber; listers C B Maynard, 
H N Barber, H Walbridge ; postmasters Marco Eaton, Enosburgh, 
James M Dean, West E., A Pixley, E. Falls. 

FAIRFAX. — Clerk S W Brush ; constables Reuben Dewey, Lyman 
Hunt ; overseer and agent Hiram Bellows ; superiniendent J D Farns- 
worth ; selectmen H E Hubbell, Lucas Kingsbury, Newton M Leafn- 
ad; trustees Albert UfFord, H E Hubbell, C H Beeman ; listers Philo 
Weeks, Hiram Cook, James Bellows ; postmasters John R Halbert, 
Fairfax, Aaron S Beeman, North Fairfax. 

FAIRFIELD. — Clerk Joseph Soule ; constable Osmond Bradley; 
overseer Comfort Barnes ; agent Harmon Northrop ; superintendents 
S L Allen, E W Sherman, B Barlow; selectmen J A Farnesworth, A 
G Soule, Wm Sherman ; trustees Joseph Soule, Heman Northrop, A 
G Soule; listers James Soule, Heman Northrop, Joshua Abell; post- 
masters R K Barlow, Fairfield, H H Beardsley, East Fairfield 

FLETCHER. — Clerk MedadP Blair ; constable and superintendent 
Reuben Armstrong ; overseer M R Parsons ; agent Erastus Freeman ; 
selectmen Jonathan Wells jr., R T Bingham, M R Parsons ; trnstees 
Guy Kinsley, Zerah VV Strait, John Kinsley jr.; listers Joseph Ells- 
worih jr., Erastus Freeman, Cyrus Danforth ; postmaster Medad P 
Blair. 

FRAJ^KLIJ\r. — Clerk John Adams ; constable Vincent Haskin ; 
overseer John POlds ; agent J J Deavilt ; superintendents LS French, 
Peter Chase ; selectmen J H Hubbard, Reuben Towle jr., P S Gates ; 
trustees Nahum Temple, S C Nobles, Laihrop Marsh; listers Eras- 
tus Hubbard, Levi Darling, Jona Soule ; postmaster Alonzo Green. 

OEORQIA,— Clerk Lorenzo Janes ; constable Wm K Warner ; 
overseei Abner BHss ; agent David Goodrich ; superintendent Nathan 
Dean ; selectmen Solomon Bliss, Abner Bliss, David Goodrich ; trus- 
tees Cyrus Hotchkiss, Q, C Colton, J P Clark ; listers Alvia Hyde, 
David Fairchild, James Godfrey; postmaster Albert Bliss. 

HIOHGATE —Clerk Wm Robinson ; constable O F Robinson ; 
overseer Israel S Jenison ; agent Benjamin Peake ; superintendents 
John G Saxe, Benj Peake, Joseph A Cutler ; selectmen Daniel Wat- 
son, Noah Best, C P Pierce ; trustees W C Stephens, Noah Best, I S 
Jenison; listers Wm Skeels, Luther Meigs, Harvey Hyde ; postmas- 
ters Stephen S Keyes, Highgate, Jeptha Bradley, H. Springs, Alien 
Barr, Saxe's Mills, D H Fariington, East H. 

M0J\rTO0MERY.— Clerk B W Fuller; constable .\aron S Sam- 
son ; overseers (selectmen); agent D H Bailey ; superintendent Sew- 
all Paine ; selectmen H H Rawson, Roifus Hamilton, Moses Scott ; 
trustees James Martin, Luther Martin, Levi Janes ; listers Warner 
Martin, Hiram Rawson, Rufus Hamilton ; postmaster Jonathan Gates. 



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RICHFORD.~C\erk Silas P Carpenter; constable Lucius HGofT; 
overseer Jesse Woodruff; agent John S Royce : superintendents J S 
Royce Silas P Carpenter ; selectmen VVm Corliss, H D Farrar, Jo- 
sepl) Rounds jr.; trustees Jay Powell, Joseph Noyes, S P Carpenter ; 
listers John Hase, A A Brown, J Noyes ; postmaster G R Butler. 

SHELDOJV. — Clerk A M Brown ; constable Richard A Shattuck ; 
overseer Andrew Durkee ; agent and superintendent Bryant Hall ; se- 
lectmen Wm Green, Asa Wilson, Henry Chambeilain ; trustees Wm 
Green, Jacob Wead, Alfred Keith ; listers Wm Green, Jacob Weap, 
A Draper; postmasters Alfred Keith, Sheldon, Pbineas Kingsley, 
East Sheldon. 

ST. ALBAJ^. — Clerk Wm Bridges ; constable and overseer Cor- 
nelius Palmer; agent and superintendent Asa O Aldis ; selectmen 
Hiram B Sowles, Lewis HBeals, Cornelias Stilphen ; trustees Romeo 
H Hoyt, Martin W Hunt, E}eazer Jewett ; listers Dennis R Bogue, 
Julius H Brooks, Ekazer Jewett ; postmaster Luther LDutcher, 

SW'jJJVrOJV.— Clerk Wheelock S Thayer ; constable Jesse Bar- 
ber; overseer Bradford Scott; agent E W Babcock ; superintendent 
C VV Rich ; selectmen J P Lasell, V S Ferris, H W Barney ; trustees 
George Green, James McNally, Erastus Jewett ; listers Geo Green, 
A G Bennett, N L Whittemore ; postmasters H B Farrar, Swanton 
Falls, E B Rounds S. Centre, D H Benjamin, West S. 

Orlemng Coiinfy, 

ALBAJfT. — CleHk Luther Delano ; constable Timothy C Miles ; 
overseer Benjamin Pearl ; agent Dyar Bill ; superintendent William 
W Kowell ; selectmen Wm Rowell, Eli Chamberlin, Chester Hyde ; 
trustees Eli Chamberlin, Timothy C Miles, Luther Delano ; listers 
Luther Delano, Perley Hyde, Zuar Rowell ; postmaster Jona Fitz. 

BARTOJV. — Clerk Horace Pierce ; constable Sylvester D Kimball ; 
overseer Orin Cutler; agent John C Buswell; superintendent M 
Mansfield ; selectmen S S Hemenway, Geo Lcland, Ahram Smith ; 
trustees A C Robinson, Luther Merriam, Jera Mansfield ; listers 
Horace Pierce, Franklin Farley, B F Robinson ; postmaster S S Hem- 
enway. 

BR0WJ\riJ^OT0J^.—C]eTk Chester Gilbert; constable Asa K 
Smith ; overseer Paige Remick ; agent John M Brigham ; superinten- 
dent A L Twilight ; selectmen F D Merrill, William Twombly, John 
Bryant; trustees AL Twilight, Nathan Ward, Elisha White ; listers 
Elisha White, Timo Joslyn, John Twombly ; postmaster F D Merrill. 

CHARLESTON— Clerk Amos Parlin; constables Oliver Warren, 
Ehenezer Cloud ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent L W Clarke j super- 
intendent N S Clarke ; selectmen Albert Lawrence, Ira Wairen, Ste- 
phen O Cole ; trnstees Albert Lawienee, Hilton Brackett, Ira War- 
ren; listers Chauncey Fuller, Albert Lawrence, L M Young ; post- 
masters Samuel M Cobb, West Charleston, E D Goodwin East C. 

CO FJEJVr-Rr.— Clerk Greenleaf Boy nton; constable Samuel F 
French ; overseer Benj Bowman ; agent and superintendent Isaac 
Parker; selertmen Holland Thrasher, Isaac Parker, John Arroington ; 
trustoes Araasix Plastridge, Philip Flanders, Isaac Parker; listers 
CharlcB Thrasher, Erastus Wright, Loring Frost ; postmaster Hoi- 
land Thrasher. 

CRAFTSBUJtY.—Cleik and constable Joeeph Scott; overseer and 
agent Stephen Sherman ; superintendent S 6 Hall ; selectmen Ste- 
phen Babcock, Geo F Spragiie, Orrin Harriman ; trustees J A Pad- 
dock, B F Allen, Joseph Scott ; listers W J Hastings, Joseph Scott, 
Hiram Merrill; postmasters Joseph Scott, Craftsbury, Stephen Sher- 
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DERBY. — Clerk Orem Newcomb ; constable Chester Carpenter; 
overseer David Bisbee ; agent John L Edwards ; superintendent Wm 
M Dickerman ; selectmen Orem Newcomb, Gardner Chase, Levi L 
Collier ; trustees Nehemiah Colby, Chester Carpenter, Benj Hinman ; 
listers Orem Newcomb, Zenas Cobb, Samuel Cheney ; postmasters 
Nehemiah Colby, Derby, E G Johnson, Derby Line, C S Cutting, West 
Derby. 

GLOVER.-^Clerk Joseph H Dwinell ; constable Dan Gray; over- 
seer Nathan Norton j agent Isaac N Cushman ; superintendent F A 
Garfield ; selectmen J H Dwinell, Amos P Bean, Isaac B Smith ; 
trustee James Simonds ; listers Solomon Dwinell, Lyndol French, 
James Simonds ; postmaster Wm B Palmer. 

OREEJVSB0R0\— Clerk Nathan Cutler ; constable Jabez Pin- 
ney ; overseer John C Tibbetts ; agent E A Randall ; superintendent 
Abner S Rand; selectmen Ezekiel Rand, Wm Bailey, Josiah N Ste- 
vens ; trustee Wm Bailey •, listeis Geo H Paige, John Simpson, Cha's 
Cook ; postmaster Samuel Ingalls. 

HOLLAJ^D. — Clerk Aaron Davis ; constable and agent J C Rob- 
inson ; overseer Micah Ferrin ; superintendent J T Howard ; select- 
men William Hall, Henry Pinney, Aaron Davis ; trustees Wm Hall, 
John Mead ; listers Joshua French, Henry Pinney, Hiram Moon ; post- 
master M P Davis. 

I RjlS BUR OH.— Clerk Henry M Bates ; constable John Guild; ov- 
erseer Joseph Knights ; agent and superintendent Timo P Redfield; 
selectmen Samuel Conant, VV'm Fuller jr , Alexander Jameson; trus- 
tees Samuel Conant, Ralph P Skinner, Timo P Redfield ; listers Jo- 
nas Kidder, Hiram Kellam, Timo P Redfield ; postmaster Timothy P 
Redfield. 

JAY. — Clerk and overseer Lanson Sanborn; constable Israel P 
Hunt; agent Willard Walker; superintendent Wm Williams jr.; se- 
lectmen Wm Williams jr., John Young, Bradley Sanborn;, trustees 
Willard Walker, Wm Willians jr., David Johnson ; listers Wm Will- 
iams jr., David Johnson, Hiram Hadlock ; postmaster Lanson Sanborn. 

LO H^ELL. — Clerk Wm Brown ; constable and superintendent Am- 
asa Paine; overseer Benjamin Spaulding; agent John Harding ; se- 
lectmen Charles Leland, Benjamin Spaulding, A F Harding ; trustees 
Charles Leland, J D Harding, Amasa Paine ; listers J D Harding, Na- 
than Kelton, Rufus Brown ; postmaster Wm Brown. 

MORGAJiT, — Clerk Charles Cummings ; constable Lerenzo Will- 
iams ; overseer Wm Cobb ; agent Simeon Albee ; superintendent J S 
Clark ; selectmen Simeon Albee, John McCurdy, Osmyn Hastings ; 
trustees Charles Cummings, David Hamblett, VVm Cobb ; listers Cha's 
Cummings, Wm Manser, John Piper, John C Moore ; postmaster Sam'l 
Bartlett. 

J\rEWPORT. — Clerk Seymour Lane ; constable Roderick Adams; 
overseer Orville Robinson; agent and superintendent Geo W Kendall; 
selectmen Roswell Prouty, Orville Robinson, Wm Moon jr.; trustees 
Seymour Lane, Geo W Kendall, Orville Robinson ; listers Luther 
Baker, Ebenezer Jones, Geo W Kendall ; postmaster Phineas Page. 

SALEM. — Clerk and overseer Samuel Blake ; constable Jonathan 
Davis ; agent Calvin S Grow ; superintendents Samuel Blake, J C 
Smith, C S Grow; selectmen Samuel Blake, C SGrow, Porter Lyon ; 
trustees Daniel Chase, Joseph Moise, Porter Lyon ; listers Samuel 
Blake, C S Grow, Noyes Hopkinson. 

TROY. — Clerk Wm C Gilman ; constable James Hamilton ; over- 
seer James P Bailey ; agent Ralph Chamberlin ; superintendents C 
W Piper, J H Burnham, L C Moore ; selectmen Ralph Chamberlin, 
Ira A Bailey, N H Downs ; trustees Nathan Boardman, Frederick 



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Fuller, Enoch Sanborn •, listers Madison Stebbens, Robert Kay, Mark 
Curtis, Frederick Fuller ; postmasters F H Corey, Troy, J N Peas- 
ley, T, Furnace, L M Parkhurst, North T. 

fVESTFIFLD.—Cleik George Whitcher ; constable Calvin Read ; 
overseer Mollis Atwcll ; agent Jairus Stebbins; selectmen Newton 
Hitnhcock, Hiram Hitchcock, D F Boynton ; trustee Luther Page; 
listers Arad Hitchcock, Jairus Stebbins, Luther Page ; postmaster 
Henry Richardson. 

JfKSTJMORE. — Clerk and superintendent Calvin Gibson ; consta- 
ble Peter Gilman ; overseer Thomas K Bruce ; selectmen Peter Gil- 
man, \Vm Gilfillan, Carlton Cheney ; trustee Tho's K Bruce ; listers 
Peter Gilman, VVm Gilfillan, Carlton Cheney. 

I^atHoiltf County, 

BELVIDERE.— Clerk Phineas Carpenter ; constable Tho's Pot- 
ter; overseer Ebenezer Tillotson ; agent Ephraim S Holmes ; super- 
intendent Merritt W Powers ; selectmen Amos K Whittemore, Alva 
Chaffee, Jere Shattuck ; trustee Phineas Carpenter ; listers Phineas 
Carpenter, Amos Thomas, Randall Shattuck. 

CAMBRIDGE.— C\eTk VVil!atd Griswold ; constables Jason Crain, 
Jesse Sears ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent W H Law ; superintend- 
ent J C Bryant ; selectmen Anson Buck, Elias Chadwick, H W Sa- 
bin ; trustees BSMinei, S VV Brush, G A Barber; listers N At- 
wood, E Bentley, L Walker ; postmasters Erastus Meech, Cambridge, 
Nath'l Read, Jeffersonsville. 

£:Z)£JV.— Cletk John T Pratt; constables Daniel H Austin, Wins- 
low Whee'ock ; overseer Joseph Adams ; agent Clark Fisk ; superin- 
tendent John T Pratt ; selectmen Amasa Stevens, Richard Stone, 
Elisha Wilkins jr.; trustee Stephen Phillips j listers Richard Stone, 
Sam'l Plumley, Winslow Wheclock ; postmaster W^inslow Wheelock. 

ELMORE. — Clerk and constable Abel Camp ; overseer Lester Til- 
lotson ; agent George W Bailey ; superintendent Hiram P Doty ; se- 
lectmen Geo W Bailey, Crispus Shaw, Simeon Bridge ; trustees Geo 
W Bailey, Lester Tillotson, Samuel G Glines ; listers Joseph C Bai- 
ley, Samuel Smith, Hiram P Dotv ; postmaster Jesse Scott. 

HYDEPj9RK.—V\cTk Lucius H Noycs ; constable Carlos S Noyes ; 
overseer Jefferson Cobleigh ; agent Nath'l P Keeler ; superintendent 
Ariel Hunton ; selectmen Nehemiah Waterman, Ira Herrick, A B 
Morrill ; trustees Levi Edgerton, L H Noyes, P G Camp ; listers Levi 
Edgerton, J C Page, S Brown jr.; postmaster Carlos S Noyes. 

JO//JVSOJV,— Clerk S S Pike; constable Minard Mills; overseer 
Samuel Merriam ; agent Moses Morsq^; su[>crintendcnt L O Stevens ; 
selectmen Moses Morse, Dexter Whitney, Andrew Dow ; trustees Ja- 
cob Hayford, Joseph Waterman, Asa Andrews ; listers VVm VV White, 
Thcophilus H Patch, Dean E Knight; postmaster S S Pike. 

MAKSFIEIjD. — Clerk Sylvester Edson ; constable Joshua Luce ; 
overseer Joseph Dake ; agent Amander Peterson ; superintendent Syl- 
vester Edson ; selectmen J A Simonds, James Harris, Joseph Dake, 
E A Town, D A Marshall ; trustees Ivory Luce, James Harris, E A 
Town ; listers Gny Nutting, Amander Pcteison, Lynda Adams, Al- 
bert Luce, N C Rutta. 

MORRISTOWM—rAcrk Alfred C Boardman ; constable Almcrin 
Tinker; overseer Hororc Powers; agent Luko P Poland ; Bclcctmon 
Fred'k Powers, Bradford L Rand, Jedediah Bingham ; trustees David 
P Noyes, John Ferrin, John West; listers Isaac Allen, N'tthanicI W 
Goodale, Vernon W Waterman : postmaster Daniel Gilbert. 

STERL/J^G.—CAerk Arad Baker ; constable John Baker; overseer 
Reuben Clark ; ogent Hartwell Eaton ; auporintcndent Amander Kcl- 



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luifl ; selectmen McDaniel Gregt?, John Baker, Irvine G Gates ; trus- 
tees McDaniel Gregg, Reuben Claik, Moses Vilas j listers Amander 
Keliam, Geo W Clark, Elijah Bingham. 

STO JfjE.— Clerk Joseph H Bennett; constable Luke J Town ; ov- 
erseer R Washburn ; agent Noah Robinson jr.; superintendents O E 
Moody, Geo Wilkins; selectmen W H H Bingham, Geo Raymond, 
Marvin Dutton ; trustee W H H Bingham, Marvin Button, Nath''] 
Russell; listers Orrin Perkins, Riverius Camp jr. , Joel Harris ; post- 
master Nath'l Robinson. 

WJ1TERVILLE.—C\exk Moses Fisk ; constable Geo W Wilbur ; 
©■verseer Alpheus Morse ; agent Jesse C Holmes ; superintendents 
Wyllys McK Gii'et, Moses Fisk ; selectmen Richard Bailey, Alpheus 
Morse, Joseph D Freemen ; trustees Moses Fisk, Osgood AIcFarland, 
Elias G Page ; listers James M Hotchkiss, Peter Cheney, John Cod- 
ding, Wyllys McK Gillet ; postmaster Horace A Fisk. 

WOLCOTT. -Clerk W G Ferrin ; constable and agent Isaac Pen- 
nock ; overseer P S Benjamin ; superintendent W G Ferrin ; select- 
men Isaac Pennock, Lyman Titus, D K Andrus ; trustees I Pennock, 
Lyman Titus, D K Andrus ; listers D G Pennock, C G Moulton, Alger 
Jones ; postmaster Isaac Pennock. 

Essex Conn f If, 

BLOOMFIELD.— Clerk J W Winter; constable J J Holbrook ; 
overseers (selectmen) ; agent Wm Stevens ; superintendent J W Win- 
ter; selectmen S W Holbrook, Wm Burbank, J Pulsifer ; trustees 
Jeremiah Wright, Joseph Stevens, S A Foss ; listers Prince Snow, J 
J Holbrook, J W Winter; postmaster Samuel N Silver. 

BRfGHTOJ\r.— Clerk Elias Aldrich ; constable Harvey Coe ; ov- 
erseer Geo T Rosbrook ; agent Jonathan Gilman ; superintendent 
Harris Brown ; selectmen John Stevens, Harris Brown, Elias Aldrich; 
listers John Stevens, Harris Brown, Haivey Coe. 

BRUJVSfVICK. — Lierk and superintendent John W Johnson ; con- 
stable Daniel M Smith ; overseer, agent and trustee David Hyde ; se- 
lectmen John W Johnson, Joel B English, John D French ; listers 
John W Johnson, Daniel M Smith, Georgo Marshall ; postmaster Da- 
vid Hyde. 

C^JVJ}jlM—C\erk and agent Wm Rich ; constable Isaiah H Pic- 
hard ; overseers (selectmen) ; superintendent '^L Frizzle ; selectmen 
Wm Rich, Heman Nichols, A M Dennett ; listers Elias Farnham, 
John Dennett, A M Morrill ; postmaster A M Morrill. 

COJ\rCORD.— Clerk Harvey G Fry ; constable Hinds R Darling ; 
oveiseer William Buck ; agent David Hibbard jr.; superintendent Wm 
B May ; selectmen Wm Buck, Jacob Richardson, James B Ball ; lis- 
ters Moses Hill, John Morse, Ja's Joslin; postmaster John G Darlins. 

EAST H^VEjr.— Clerk and agent Russel Hosford ; constable H 
L Walter ; overseers (selectmen) ; superintendent Horace B Coe ; se- 
lectmen John Walter jr., M H Walter, Kitridge Hudson; listers Hor- 
ace R Coe, M H Walter, Russel Hosford. 

GRAJiTBY. — Clerk and overseer Gershom Carpenter; constable 
Theron Webb ; agent and superintendent Loomis Wells ; selectmen 
Loomis Wells, John Bachelder, Edward D Griffin ; trustees Ashley 
Appleton. Josiah Bachelder, Loomis Wells ; listers Jos-iah Bachelder, 
William C James, Abel Carpenter. 

OUILDHALL,— Clerk and overseer Wm H Hartshorn ; constable 
Azro Burton; agent Wm Hey wood jr.; superintendent Milton Cutler ; 
selectmen Horace Hubbard, Henry Meacham, Rufus C Lucas ; trus- 
tee Edward H Webb ; listers Jonathan Benjamin, M A Webb, J P 
Denison ; postmaster H L Watson. 



^^ TOWN OFFICKR3 AND rOSTMASTEHS. 4TTORNEYS. 



LKMIJ\rOT0J<:—VAcxk and constable Abdiel Blodgett ; overseers 
(selectmen) ; agent Richard Morgan 5 selectmen Richard Morgan, Ste- 
phen Harris jr., Tho's Holbrook jr.; trustee Abdiel Blodgett ; listers 
Sam'l Allen, Stephen Harris jr., John Bailey ; p. m. Abdiel Blodgett. 

LUJVEJ^rB URQ, —Cleik Stephen Howe; constable J \V Putnam; 
overseer James Morse jr.; agent Reuben C Benton ; superintendent J 
A Raymond; selectmen M S Chandler, Seth Cutler, Charles Ames ; 
trustee James 'J homas ; listers Reuben Bell, Geo W Gates, John S 
Clark ; postmaster Nath'l W French. 

-MjiJDSTOJ\rE.-~C\cik, constable and superintendent J W Webb ; 
overseer James Follansbee ; agent Thomas Burnside ; selectmen Sam- 
uel D Merrill, James Cowles, Jacob Rich ; truste'e Jacob Rich; listers 
Charles Stevens, Moody Rich, Oison Stevens. 

yiCJ OiJF.— Clerk and overseer Moses C Kimball ; constable Cy- 
rus Smith ; agent Jonathan Hill ; superintendent James B Hill ; se- 1 
lectmen Eber Sternes, Ansel Hannum, Jeremiah Ingraham ; listers 
Harland Keyes, Giles Jones, Moses C Kimball. 

Crrand Ftle County. 

^LBUROH.— Clerk George W Ames ; constables C H Clark, N N 
Niles; overseer Wm Sowles ; agent Giles Harrington ; superintendent! 
Frederick Hazen ; selectmen Danford Mott, Duncan McGregor L W t 
Sowles ; trustees J M Mott, Wm H Lyman, Thomas Mott ; listers I 
Abram Ladue, Lewis Sowles jr., Wm Housinger ; postmasters S J | 
Davis, Alburgh, W L Sowles, West A., Elisha Reynolds, A. Springs. ! 

ORAJ^D ySL£.— Clerk Wm Chamberlain ; constable Robert B I 
Griffith ; overseer Wm Brown ; agent Jabez Ladd ,• superintendent 
Geo W Hyde ; selectmen Seth Hoag, John Reynolds, J A Chamber- ' 
lin; trustees John Ciiamberlin, Daniel Hoag, Dorastus Center; lis- 
ters Samuel Adams, Wesson Macomber, A S Pearl ; postmaster A H 
W Jackson. 

ISLE LA MOlT—CUxk Ira Hill; constables Seneca H Pike, 
Hiram C Fisk ; overseer James H Tobias ; agent Ira Hill; superin- 
tendent Hiram C Fisk ; selectmen William Wait, Hiram Hall, Ira 
Hill; trustees Ira Hill, William Dawson, D V Goodsell ; listers Ezra 
Pike, Peter Fleurv, Ira Hill ; postmaster Joseph S Hill. 

JVORTH HERO.— Chrk and agent Wm H Russell ; constable Ga- 
ry Whitney ; overseer Joel Allen ; superintendent Gary Whitney; 
selectmen Asahel Allen, Augustus Knight, Leland Whitney ; trustees 
Gary Whitney, Augustus Knight, Orlin Hiiibard; listers Joel Allen, 
John Martin, Chauricev Hazen ; postmaster Horace Wadsworth. 

SOUTH HERO.— Clcik Ix)ren20 Hall ; constable David G Dixon ; 
overseers (selectmen) ; agent Wm H Keelcr; superintendent Abra- 
ham Harding ; selectmen Franklin Robinson, Hclmer Hunt, Orange 
Phelps; tru«t«»e George Landon ; listers Timothy D White, John T 
Keeler, Gilbert Allen; postmanter Zenas G Clark. 



Attorncyti in Vermont. 

BenningtOM CouHlff* 

Arlin^on — Harmon Canfield. 

Bennmirton — O C Merrill, David Robinson, John S Robinson, Uel 
M Robinson, A M &c T Huling, Samuel H Blackmer, Wra S South- 
worth, Lyman .V Park. 

J/ancAM«fr— Leonard Sargeant, A L Miner, EB Burton, H K Fow- 
ler, Daniel Rol>orts jr., Syrenus Swift. 

Pownnl — A B (Jnrdner. 

Rfodsboro'—WiWiam H Follett. 

Rupert — Nathan Burton. 



ATTORNEYS. 



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J^Hndhatu, County. 

Brattlehoro^ — Asa Keyes, J D Bradley, Edward Kirkltmd, Royal 
Tyler, L G Mead, Geo B Keyes. 

Grafton — D L Putnam, Abishai Stoddard. 

Halifax — James L Stark, J B Barber. 

Jamaica — John E Butler. 

Londonderry — A M Albee. 

J^Tewfane — Charles K Field. 

Putney — John KimbalL 

Rockingham — Walker & Kellogg, H & John N Baxter. 

Toiciishend — John Roberts, James H Phelps. 

rfardstoro'— Richard W Smith, Pliny H White. 

Westminister— Wm C Bradley, N T Sheafe. 

Whitingham — Nathan L Butler, John Roberts jr. 

Wilmington — O L Shafter. 

IMHndnor County* 

Barnard — S R Streeter^ 

jBetAeZ— Dudley C Blodgett, Daniel F Weymouth. 

Ca»e?i(ft^-/t— Salmon F Dutton, John F Deane, Calvin Fiench. 

Chester — Luther Adams, Oramel Hetchinson, A A Nicholson, Ivory 
W Richardson, Thomas Robinson, Keniy E Stoughton, Ira B Person. 

Hartford — George E Wales. 

Z«<tt9w— Reuben Washburn, Daniel A Heald, Sewall Fullam, F C 
Robbins. 

JVorwich — A Loveland, John Wright, Harvey Burton, T J Nevins. 

Reading — J Q, Hawkins. 

Rochester — Sumner A Webter. 

Rnyalton— John S Marey, Dudley C Denison, Komanza Waiker, S 
W Slade. 

Sharon — Samuel Shuttleworth, Warren C French. 

Springfield — Samtiel W Porter, Henry Closson, Noah B Safford. 

Weather sfield — Charles Jarvis, Wei M Pingry^ 

jr/nekor— Horace Everett, Carlos Coolidge, Warren Currier, Sam'l 
H Price, Thomas Hale. 

Woodstock — J Barrett, O P Chandler, Jacob Collamer, J Converse, 
Titus Hutchinson, Edwin Hutchinson, Job Lyraan, Charles Marsh, 
L A Marsh, C P Marsh, David Pierce, A Tracy, P T Wast burn. 

Rutland County* 

Benson — L C Kellogg, Milo W. Smith. 

Brandon— E Davenport, E June, R V Marsh, E N Brigge, C L Wil- 
liams, 

Castleton — Zimri Howe, Almon Warner, B F Langdon, I T Wright. 

Danby — Morris H Cook. 

Fairhaven — Wm C Kittredge, M Copeland. 

Middletown — Jonas Clark, Orson Clark, C B Harrington, Elijah 
Ross, Roswell Buel. 

Orwell — Henry Hale. 

Pawlet— Geo W Harman, F B Potter. 

Pito/ord— Gordon Newell, J G Newdl, J R Newell. 

Ponltney — J S Harris, W H Smith, J B Beaman. 

Rutland— G K Williams, Wm Page, Robert Pierpoint, E R Thrall, 
A L Brown, S H Hodges, E L Oimsbee, Solomon Foot, Edwin Edger- 
ton, J C Dexter, T J Ormsbee, Alambert Pond, M G EvecU, Geo W 
Strong, R C Hunter, Henry Hall. 

Shrewsbury — Charles H Crosby. 

T'tTiTnoiitA— Obadiah Noble. 



Bnrrt — Newell Kinsman, Ephiaim E French, Alpbetu Tiidea, C 
W I'pion. 

C<i7«M— ShuHacl WhcoFer. 

Mtddle-f^z — Hiram C Mclntyro, llfinry M Saflord. 

MorUpelur — Samuel Pientiii, Cyru* Ware, Wm Upham, LuciOf B 



56 ATTORXETS. 

Wullingford — H Button, D E Nicholson. 

vtHitou Cotintif* 

Bridport — Calvin Solace. 

BrLstol — H Needham, J C Bradley, B Frisbce. 

Jfiddlebury — i oratio Seymour, Samuel S Phelps, Peter Starr, Cha's 
Linslev, Ozias Sevmour, Dorastus Wooster, E D Barber, J S Bush- 
nell. JC Wicker, E R Wright, J A Beckwilh, George S Swift. 

Salisbury— John Piout. 

Starluboro* — Ansel M Hawkins. 

Fergennej— Enoch D Woodhridge, Philip C Tucker, John Pierpoint, 
Geo W Grandey, Frederick E Woodbiidge, P C Tocker jr. 

Orange €'ountif* 

Bradford— J W D Parker, Seth Austin, K McK Ormsbee, John W 
Peckett. 

Braintree — S Minott Flint- 

Cheisra — Thomas Jones, Jason Steele, John W Smitlv,Wm H«bard, 
Levi B Yilas, A P Hunton, Perley C Jones. 

Cnrinih — Wm Spencer, E T Farr, B B James. 

J^'ewbury — Josiepb Berry, Abel Underwood, Charles B Lesl'.e. 

Randulph-PhWander Perrin, Wm Nutting, Charles Nutting, Edm'd 
Weston, J P Kidder, M H Sessions, J W Twiss. 

Strafford — Dnniel Cobb. 

Thitfiird — Simeon Sboit, Abijah Howard jr. 

Tiip^ham — John W Balchelder, Asa M Dickey. 

Tuiibridfre — Gastavus Rolfe, Norman DuranU 

Waskugton — John Colby, H A White. 

Chiilenden Counlif. 

Burlinft»v — Cha's Adum&, J S Adams, Carlos Baxter, M L Ben- 
nett, An)08 Blodgett, R S Blotl^ett, Dan'l B Buckley, Lucius E Chit- j 
tenden, Lyman Cummings. C F Davey, Timo Folleit, Alvan Foote, I 
James W Hickok, John B Hullenbeck, Cha's D Kasson, Heniy Leav- ! 
enworth, Pliin's Lyman, Wyllys Lyman, Newell Lyon, Jacob Maeck, i 
George P Marsh, Wm Noble, S MPaisons, Geo K Piatt, Asahei Peck, I 
William W Peck, Edward J Phelps, John N Pomeroy, Israel P Rich- 
ardson, Charles Russell, James McM Shafter, George B Shaw, David 
A Sm;illey, Edward A Stansbnry, Levi Underwood, Isaac Warner, 
Wm Weston, Salmon Wires, Torrey E Wales. 

Colchester — David Read, B Rixford. 

E»'fez — Jesse Carpenter. 

irmubui gh — Nahum Peck. 

JrricAo — ^Edward Van Sicklen, Eleazer R Hard. 

MtUvn—\ G Whittemore, Hector Adams, Joseph W AIleiL, H B 
Smith, William Onion. 

Richmond — Wm P Biigzs, Aaion B Maynard. 

She burne — Jacob MaecK. 

Vndtrhdl—l) G Sawyer, D B Hale. 

Wutford — Warren Hoxsie. 

Ifii^ifton— Chauocey BrowrieU, David Frenchk 



ATTORNEYS. 57 

Peck, O H Smith, H H Reed, Tho's Reed, Azel Spaldine, J Y Vail, 
D P Thompsoa, J T Maiston, H W Heaton, J A Vail, Cha's Reed, 
George W Reed, Joseph A Prentiss, F F Merrill, Stoddard B Colby, 
aac F Redfield, James R Spalding, Charles W Prentiss, John Dean jr. 

Moretown — Roger G Buikley. 

JVorthfield — John L Buck, Heman Carpenter. 

Plahifield — Joseph A Wing, Lewis Charnberlin, Henry Walbridge. 

Waitsfield — Benj H Adams, Geo D Rice. 

Waterbury — Dan Carpenter, Henry F Janes^ Paul Dillingham jr., 
Rufus C Smith, Jared S Demmon. 



Catedonia County, 

Bamet — Mordecai Hale. 
Ca6o(— Timothy P Fuller, Geo W Stone. 

Danville — Geo B Chandler, Theroa Howard, Charles S Dana, Gas- 
tavus A Burbank. 

Groion — Joseph Potts. 

Hardwick — Bliss N Davis, Andrew M Blair. 

Lyndon — Thomas Bartlett jr., Geo C Cahoon,Wm O Fuller. 

Peacham — William Mattocks. 

St. Jiihnsbury — Ephraim Paddock. 

Sutton — John Beckwith, David Chadwick, Geo W Roberts. 

Walden — James Bell. 

Waterford—i D Stoddard. 

Franklin County, 

Bakersjjeld—W C Wilson, J B Nutting. 

Berkshire — Jasper Rand, Homer E Royce, Heman S Royce. 

Enosburgh — Theophilus Mansfield. 

Fairfax — Madison Scott, Homer E Hubbell, Aaron S Beeman, An- 
son Soule. 

Franklin — John J Deavitt. 

Highgate — Benjamin Peake, John G Saxe, Lywian E Pelton. 

Richfurd — John S Royce. 

Sheldon— Br J ant Hall, J W Sheldon, Augustus Burt, A E Sea?les. 

St. Albans — Benjamin Swift, John Smith, Stephen S Brown, L B 
Hunt, B H Smalley, Jarnes Davis, Henry Adams, O Stevens, H R 
Beardsley, A O Aldis, R H Hoyt, G F Houghton, H E Seymour, G G 
Hunt, J H Brainerd, C Beckwith, John G Smith. 

Swanton — G W Foster, N L VVhiitemore, J B Bowdish. 



Orleans County, 

Barton — John H Kimball. 

Charleston — N S Clarke. 

Coventry — Charles Story, O T Brown. 

Craftsbury — James A Paddock, Nathan S Hill. 

Derby — David M Camp, E G Johnson, Henry F Prentiss, John L 
Edwards, Wm M Dickerman. 

Glover — Isaac N Cushman, 

GreeTisboro' — E A Randall. 

Irasburgh — Geo C West, Jesse Cooper, Time P Redfield, John H 
Prentiss. 

Troy — C H Parker, S Sumner, N Boardman. 



JLantoille County, 

Cambridge — Henry Stowell, W H Law. 
Hydepark — Harlow P Smith, Joshua Sawyer. 
Johnson— i J Beardsley, Wm W White, S S Pike. 



58 ATTOBRXTS AlfO rHTlICIAItt. 



Morristottm — S A Willard, Luke P Poland. 

Sunce—W H H Bingham, O \V BuUer, Geo Wilkins, B H Faller, 
Leander Small, A C Burke. 
yVatervUle — Charlefs llobineon. 
WoUoU—yV G Ferriii. 



JS»»ex Couitttf. 

Concord — David Ilibbard. 

OuUdAaU—Wm Heywood jr., John Nichols, Wm T Barron, James 
Steele. 



Grand Mate CouHttf. 

Mbur^h— Giles Harrington, Fredrick liazen. 
SoUk Hero — Charles H Perigo. 



Pliysicianii iu Veniiout. 
Bennington Conntif. 

ArUn^on — Luther Moseley, Anron McKec. 

Benninvton — Noadiah Swift, VVm Bigelow, Heman Swift, Horace 
M ay, Ebenezer Robinson, L C Felch, C C F Gay, Wm A Dickerman j 
Silau Wilcox, bot. 

Dorset — Sylvester Mason, W S Shnmway. 

Glaetcnbury — Elijah Hewes, Asa G Hewes. 

Landarvve — Amori Benson. 

Manchenter—Sohu Cooke, George Tattle, D H Meacham. 

Poicnal — Benjamin F Morgan. 

Readsboro'—WiUard M Stafford. 

Rupert — Henry Sheidon. 

Sdiul'jtt'e — Harmon 'i'ucker. 

s inO.-l'urif — Freeborn Johnson ; Samuei Thomas jr., bot. 

aumjord—i ualua Smith. 

Winkall — Job Leonard. 



VtSndliamt Connt^. 

Athen.1 — John Austin. 

Brantfboro — Willard Arms, John L Dickorman, Wir. H Rockwell, 
1" J llii.';;in«on, Reuben Sj)aldiiig,Tho'3 B Kiltredge; R Wessolhoefl, 
E B'ldLiis'.eiB, hydropathic and homeopalliic. 

Dover — Jcdadiah Estabrook, VVm H Clark ; Daniel Leonard, bot. 

Dummerston — Isaac N Knapp, Sewall Walker, Cyrus Butterfield. 

(iraflon—R H Bridgmm. 

//oii/VLf—Ebciiezer Miller ; Eben'r M Clark, Elisha S Plumb, bot. 

Jamaica — Joel Holtun, Chesscldcn Fisher. 

Londonderry — J B Collins, C F Adams j Jorcmiab Ainold, bot. 

Marlboro^ — Ebenezer Tucker. 

A'nr/anf— P H Edminister, Wm Perry, J P Warrea, C 8 Blakesley. 

Putney— David Allen. 

Rockintrham—l{ A Severance, Artcman Robhins, J H Wells, Noah 

Pratt ; L .\ Smith, I) F Wiley, Martin, bot. 

StraUon — Miram Baldwin, Isaac N Pike, bot. 

Tomnhemd—W R Kanney, Ch's Clark, Joel Chamberlain, D Hyde. 

Vernon — <^'yrus Washburn, Noycs Barstow. 

Wardtboru^—^ R Billin^j*. Daniel Billinjjs. 

li ealminiater—VVmy Saiford, John Campbell, Daniel Campbell. 

Wkilinsham—MiiwA Carlcy, Waters Gillct, John W Bcment. 

Wilmtnsrlon — A L Pr'tt»-f, Horace Smith. 

Windham— Ylm A Cbapin. 



FHTSICtANS. 



59 



TtHndsor Cottnty. 

Ulndover — Charles W Chandler ; Reuben Lippenwill, bot. 

Barnard — S P Danforth, Joseph Swift. 

Bethel— AKred Paige, P D Bradford. 

Bridgwater — Z W Furbur, VVni C Pierce. 

Cavendish — John M Harlow, Geo:ge H Ingalls. 

Chester — Ptolemy Edson, Abrain Lowell, Thomas T Barrett, James 
Robbing. 

Hartford — Henry B Brown, Stephen E Ranney, Hiram Dorr ; S F 
Collins, bot. 

Hartland — John Harding, Lewis Emmons, Sidney P Bates, Nelson 
Gardner. 

ZitdZoir— Daniel Jones, John Work, William B Wetherbee, Pliny B 
Parker; Putnam Burton, bot. 

Jforwich — Shubael Converse, Ira Davis, M M Davis, Lyman Lewis. 

Plymouth — Charles A Scott, 

Pomfret — Kimball Russ, Henry L Williams. 

Reading — Levi D Aldrich, Ripley Clark. 

Rochester — Daniel Huntington, Josiah H Phelps, Wm M Hunting- 
ton, A H Vanostrand. 

Royalton — Joseph A Denison, Joseph A Denison jr., Levi Rix. 

Sharon — David Morse, Jason C Spalding, Bushrod Gibson. 

Springfield — Leonard Chase, Calvin Hubbard, Langdon Sawyer, 
Henry D Ranney ; Walter Parker, bot. 

Stcckbridge — Timothy P Fay, Hiram Crandall, Lyman Gibbs. 

Weather sfield — Ariel Kendrick, Robert B Cram, Jonathan Webster, 
Robert Atwood. 

Weston — Heman Shaw ; Micajah Martin, Franklin Martin, bot. 

Windsor — Edward E Phelps, Cyrus Houghton, Edward W Smith, 
Dyer Story, E C Torrev, Darwin R Story. 

Woodstock— J A Gallup, J D Powers, J Burnell, BR Palmer, Tho's 
E Powers, J Gray, Edwin Hazen, W Bowman, Isaiah Buckman 5 A 
H Hammond, hot.; H S Chase, dentist. 



Rutland County. 

Benson — R P Cooley. Charles S Perry, Seth Ransom. 

Brandon — A G Dana, I E Meriiam, Volney Ross, Edward Vaile, J 
W Hale, M F Edson, Charles Backus. 

Castleton — Joseph Perkins, Middleton Goldsmith, J W Woodard, J 
N Noble, L W Hibbard, A G W Smith. 

Clarendon — Silas Bowen, Calvin Spencer, S H Griswold. 

Danby—G J Lock, Harris OtiSj^Tho's V Weaver, Job Hill, Nicho- 
lo3 Rogers, Joseph Andrus. Eli Leonard, Stewart. 

Fairhaven — Tho's E Wakefield, James Sanford. 

Middletown — Eliakim Paul, Oscar F Thomas, S Haynes, E P Buel. 

Mt. Holly — John Crowley ; Wiilard Warner, bot. 

Orwell — Earl Cushman, Nathan Gale, Joel Barber. 

Pawlet — Oliver L Harmon, Charles Houghton, A S Houghton, War- 
ren B Sargent. 

Pittsfield—E B Hutchinson ; E C I^amb, bot. 

Pittsford — Geo B Armington, Geo Page, James S Ewing, Ebenezer 
H Drury. 

Poultney — Wra McLeod, Adin Kendrick, Ebenezer Porter, Horace 
Hall, Wm H Miller, George Bliss. 

Rutland — James Porter, James B Porter, Cyrus Porter, Hannibal 
Porter, T J Page, Orel Cook jr., Loienzo Sheldon, J B Hibbard, 

Shrewsbury — L W Gurnsey, 

Sudbury — C W Horton. 



60 



FHTtlCtAn*. 



TSnmouOi — TheopliiIu8 Clark, Geo M Noble. 

M a II I n gf or d— John Fox, Wm C Fox, D Holdeo ; E O Eddy, dent- 

ff'rlU — Joseph Munson, B H liaynes. 

It'cot Haven — D W Armutron?. 



•tdili»ou Cottttty. 

.^drfwoH— Carlton E Miles, I) C Uoodale ; Willmarth Hinds, hot. 

Bridport — Joel Rice, Jabez Rickncll. 

Bruotol—F P Wheeler, John Muy, Hathaway, Malthurn, 

— — At wood. 

Com rra//— Marcus O Porter, Frederick Ford ; Oliver J Eells, hom- 
eopniiiic. 

Frrri,«<>ur;'*— Jonathan Cram, A H Converse, 

JtiHcock — John Stronjj. 

/,in<-o/n— Luther M Kent, E F Upham ; Benj Taber, hot. 

Middlebury — Wiijiani Bass, Eilwiird Tudor, Zacheus Bass, Jona A 
Allfii. J G Ross, rJj.iney iMoody, S P Lathrop, Charles L Allen, Wm 
P RusmII. Joseph Billing*. 

Monkton—lr-d Smith. Geo E Stone, Pliillip Ballou. 

.Veic Haven— Adin Hall, H A Smiih, E D Warner, Cullen Bullard. 

Pan/on— Norman Tousley, .Morris C Smith. 

So/Mftury— Washinirton .Sliller, O G Dyer, P D Barrows. 

Skttreham—Wm A Hitchcock, David E" Page. 

Srart'.ftoro'— John Keyser. AIk-I Sweet. 

Ver^ennes— Dan C Stone, Austin Bradford, Alvah Spra^e, Paschal 
Mn.x field. 

HWf6ri(f^r— David Packard, Zerab Porter. 

n,Uinff—\Vin P WrighU 

Orange Coiimly, 

Braffford— John Poole, W S Curpenter. 

Braintrfe—Hnm'] Ciniij ; Caleb Ch se, Benj Byam, N A Curtis, boL 

Brook/elJ—fi H Smith, J B Smith, J H Rtwd. 

CheUea — Thomas Winslow, John McClure, James R Morse ; Ur- 
bane Lathrop, hot. 

Cnrinth—F. Smith, J Hinkley, A Carpenter, N Taplin jr., D Dustin : 
J L K.-s-rs, J W Uli.ck, hot. 

,\'i Thury — John Stevens, Wm If Carter, Daniel Darling, Enoch 
Th irher ; J G Dearborn, dentist. 

OraniTt — Andtew E Fiold. 

R'lndolph—iohn 8 Smith, J R Pcmber, W Carpenter, J W Wood- 
worth, ,\ Kondiick. 

.S'r/7T,rrf_Albi?ence Pierce. J N Stiles, E Baldwin, John Suhins. 

If- rf/_\Vni Sweet, .N'oth White, Sam'l W Thuyer, E C Wor- 
co't. r, II M Mien, Wm Dodfe. 

T«p,kam—\%nnc McNeice. E M Bill, Levi Burton. 

Tanbndi^f — Charles B Chandler, Mosoi Hoyt. 

rrr./iirf— B O Tyler, D M Baldwin. 

Hn-ftinirton — .\ W Brailey. 

H UUutiuUion — N W Perry, J W Noyes, 



CkiltrtnlrH Cotiiltf. 

Burlin^on—novxrc Untrli, Wm Atwatrr, Thomas Chnmherlin, 
Jeh.el S.rith, Chnrli-s Hall, Thii'i H Hall, A S Pitkin, Geo W Ward, 

I>»(innrd Marsh, Reut>en ^^ hitcher ; W Ppooner, Hcndco, John 

L»wi«. Jnmes I^wim, () H Sniton, dentists, 

r^r/«;«4;— Joel Stone, Wm Hnrnum. 

CoUhetter—G W Horton, H Hutch jr., H Douglass, B J Hcineborg 



PHYSrClANg. 61 

Essex — Simon Tubbs, Marcus Swain. 

Hintshurgh — D;iniel Goodyear, J W Miles, J F Miles, Hugh Tag- 
gait, Nathan Knowles. 

Hantingtun — Geo VV Bromley, Chauncey L Case. 

Jerirho — George Howe, Jamin Hamilton, Benj Y Warner. 

Milton — D H Onion, Benj Fairchild J VVm S Johnson, Shaw, 

bot. 

Richmond — Reuben Nims. 

Shclbume — Edwin H Sprague, Jona Taylor. » 

Underhill—A C Welch, H G Benedict; Jesse May, bot. 

Westford — Thomas Hayncs, H L Ladd. 

WiUiston—Ch&iles A Sprague ; Isaac S Alger, hot. 

\%*ashin^ton CouHty> 

Bam — Lyman Paddock, A B Carpenter, A E Bigelow. 

Berlin— Ovrin Smith, John Winslow. 

Calais — Asa George, E S Deming. 

Fayston — E H Baxter, A D Richardson. 

Marshfield — Asa Phelps. 

Middlesex — David Goodale. 

Montpelier~J ames Spalding, J Y Dewey, P W Adams, Z P Burn- 
ham, D Corliss, N C King, Charles Clark, G H Loomis.C M Rublee 5 
Robert Wood, James Templeton, bot ; Ralph Kiibourn, John Demer- 
it, A A Sweetser, M Newton, dentists ; T (J Taplin, homeopathic. 

Moretown — Lester Kingsley ; Zelah Richardson, bot. 

JWr/A^eZrf— Benj Porter, Clifton Claggett, Jared Bassett. 

Plainfield — Nath'l Bancroft, Daniel Bates, Ebenezer Conant, 

Waitsfield — D C Joys I in, Orange Smith. 

Warren— G N Brighara. 

Waterbxiry—Tho's B Downer, O W Drew, Cha's C Arms, Cha's H 
Cleveland. 

Caledonia County, 

Bamet — F B Brewer, Socrates Tattle, Paine, H C Harriman. 

Burke — Abel Brown, Walter Redding. 

Cabot — John Doe, Matthew P Wallace. 

Danville — Eldad Alexander, Royal M Ay er, Thomas Glysson, Sam'l 
Collins. 

Qroton — Simon B Heath. 

Hardwick—Atiion Smith, John Sanborn, Cephas R Taylor ; W Scott 
Marsh, bot. 

Kirby — W W Carpenter. 

Lyndon — Selim Newell, Geo C Chase, Sanborn & Darliug. 

Peacham—G VV Cobb, J Shedd. 

Sheffield — Reuben M Gray. 

St. Johnsbury — Calvin Jewett, Jerry Dickerman, Geo C Wheeler, 
Jesse P Bancroft, Harrison Biockway. 

Sutton — Henry C Leach. 

M^aterford—Abner Miles, R F Rowell, Ralph Bugbee, Ralph Bub- 
bee jr. 

Wheelock—n P Hoyt, A B Hubbard. 



Franklin Connty. 

Baker.'field—U C M Woodward, O T Houghton, M Perley. 
Berks/lire— Wm C Ellsworth, Wm H Ellsworth, L L Cushman, S 
S Butler, C M Hurlburt ; Fuller & Small, bot. 
Enosburgh — Horace Eaton, RoUin Eaton, A Pixley. 
Fairfax — J H Farnsworth, J D Farnsw^oith, Renselaer Soule. 



63 rHTIICIAlVS. — MSRCHAITTS AND ISAOKRt. 



Fair^eld—M N Babcock, C W Keyes, W H Richardson. 
FUtcher — Andrew B Pursons. 
F.anklin—9 S t'cnrk-, S E Park, B S Nichols. 
Gforcria — Nathan Dean, H P IJlair. 

Uijfh^ate — J D Lookiniand, Heury Baxter; David Skeels, bot. 
Montgomery — B W Fuller. 
Richford — John Husc. 
Sheldon — A M Brown, John Gallup. 

Su Jilban.*—J L Chandler, N H Ballou, J H Hyde, John Branch, E 
D Hall ; O Pier, bot, 
SttoKton — Lewis Janes, H A Gates, A W Saxe. 



Orleaut Countif. 

Jllbany—Dy&T Bill. 

Barton — Aaron Pierce, George Dumoii, Joseph A Masta. 
Broicnington — J F Skinner. 
CharleMutcn — Elijah Robinson, A T Gibson. 
Craflgbury — Daniel Dustin, Ephraim Brewster. 
Drrby — Lemuel Richmond, Lew is Patch, George A Hinman, Lorell 
McKeach. 

Ghrer—F A Garfield. 

Grrensboro^ — Sumner Putnam. 

Jrasburfrk — Henry Hayes, Samuel Tucker. 

J^'firpirrt — Lewis Morrill. 

Tniy — H C Orcutt, H Corey ; L C Moore, D H Beard, homeopathic. 

H'r.-(Jield—A VV Annis. 



L>a»noille Cotinty. 

Cambridge — B S Miner, S W Brush, Albert Parsons. 

F^^n—Wm C Atwell. 

IJuhepark — Ariel Hunton; Aaron Morse, bot. 

Jvhnion — John Meiijs, Tyler Mason, A P Barber, Asa Kiltridge. 

MatL^field—L McAllogter. 

Morriatown — U \V Putnam, Almerin Tinker, Horace Powers, Ja's 
Tinker. 

Siove — Joseph Robinson, Nathan H Thomas, J D Wheclock, Daniel 
Wiishbum. 

WatervUle — Wm Page, Sclvey Kidder, Wm C Spauldin;. 

fiolcoU — Seaver Cbamberlin. 

JB»Bex C0HMltf. 

Canaan — A P Cumming«, bot. 

Concord — Horace H Pulmer, Prescott Buckminster, Calvin Lewis. 

Ka.-it Haven — John Waller jr. 

(iaildliaU—Mcnxy L WaUon. 

Lunenburgh — Thoron Webb, John A Raymond, T T Cushman. 



Grand Male Conntw* 

Jilhurrh—W \\ Reynold*. A C Butlor, Eail. 

r.'ra,, / /W<— A H VV Jackson. 

J»'ort/i Hero — (iarey V'hitncy, Elijah Haynos. 

Houlk Hero — Abraham Harding, Sylvanus Humphrey. 



McrchantJi and Tradem In Vcrmout. 

Bemttinglon Couttly. 

jJr/in^fiMi— Billings dc Co., Dcniing Al HiIIh ; Simeon LittlofieU, 
West Arlington. 

Bennington — Henry Patehin, A Robinson k. Co., M K it 8 S Scott, 
8 P Peck, Walker*. Harrington, Charles Thatcher, Wills &. Fair- 



MERCHANTS AND TRADERS^ 63 



bank, Lyman Patchin, S L Godfrey jr., J P Godfrey, Jesse Bushnell ; 
Wm E Hawks &, Co., P L Robinson, Charles Noyes, Brownson Har- 
mon, North Bennington. 

Dorset — Clark Gray, Harrington, Landon & Co» 

Landgrave — John Emerson, Martin & Stevens. 

Manchester — Burrill & Andrews, F VV Hoyt ; M Clark & Sons, John 
Landon & Co., Factory Point. 

Peru — J J Hapgood. 

Pownal — Potter &. Parker, J A Mooar, Whipple &. Spencer, Har- 
mon Myers. 

Readsboro^ — Joel Ranney; Ballou & Hicks, South R. 

Rupert— E B SafFord, West R.; N C Goddard East R, 

Shaftsbury — N R Douglass ; C E HoughtOB, South S. 

Stamford — James Houghton. 

Sunderland — Gilbert Bradley. 

Winhall — J L Brimhalh 

Woodford — RosweK Day, Simeon Morse, 

VIHndhafn Cowntp- 

Jitliens — Micah Davis & Son. 

Brattleboro'—Ciihia Townsley & Sons, WiFliston & Tyler, G C 
Hall, A E Dwinell, Cone and Goodhue, Z Dickinson, Dutton& Clark, 
Wheeler & Pratt, Woodcock & Co , — Joseph Steen, G H Salisbury 
(Books,) H D Brackett, B Ranger (Jewelry,) A Dickinson, J H & W 
H Esterbrook, Bullock & Steen (Stoves and Tin Ware) ; A Dunklee, 
O Pratt & Co., West B. 

Dover — Presson F Perry ; Jones & Stetson, West D. 

Dummerstonr-Asa. Knight, Rogei Birchard, East D.^ Geo W Em- 
erson, West D. 

Qrrfton — Hyman Bargess, G M Barrett, Henry Holmes. 

Halifax— R K & F Henry ; Hitchcocks, West H. 

Jamaica — Lyman Merrifield, J G Sumner. 

Londonderry— A & J L Pierce, N & C B Aldrich, A M Albee', C 
Robinson, Ezekiel Glazier, David B Gray. 

Marlboro* — Cone & Winchester. 

JVewfane — Wm L Williams, Birchard &Sa^vyer, Fayetteville ; Mil- 
ler & Clark, W H Williams, Williamsville ; James Charter, Pondville. 

Putney — Peyton R Chandler & Co., Isaac Grout, John R Miller. 

Rockingham — B Spalding ; Campbell &, Smith, Leach & Warner, 
W L & G R Wiley, E R Osgood & Co., Saxtons River ; Osgood & 
Minard, A&, M Wentworth, Norman Harris, S R B Wales, Nichols 
& Watkins. Bellows Falls ; C F Barrett, Bartonsville ; D F Gushing, 
Cambridgeport. 

Somerset — Edson Gates. 

Townshend — Johnson & Wetherbee, Nath'l Cheney, Emery Cathan ; 
Thomas Cooke, West T. 

Vernon — Marshall Whithed. 

Wardsboro* — J & H Rice ; Erasmus Plimpton, Converse & Higgins, 
North W.; Daniel Harris, \Men W. 

Westminster — Barker & Lord ; G W Daniels, West W. 

Whitingham — Shoreham Goodnow, Henry Goodnow, Reuben Winn, 
Eli Green ; Hartwell Samner, Alfied Bowen, Jacksonsville. 

WHmington—Y Childs k. Co., W Gorham & Co., Sargent & Boyd, 
Fitch & Stone, Childs & Morgan (Clothing.) 

Windham — Wm Harris & Son, F D Sawyer. 

J^Hndger VoHnip.- 

Andover — John B Manning ; H C Howard, Simonsville. 



ft^ Mi;RCHA>'T» AND IRADERt. 



Bamard—RoWtn Richmond, Stephen Bo8Worth,Townsend Sc Black- 
mei ; Somour Belknap, Ka«t B. 

Bethel— lieo Francis, t? C Hlodgctt, Edward Johnion, Jacob Smith, 
J Hathaway, H A Jlatch ; M t^ylvester, East B. 
Bridgewater—F.tlevneni ic Co., CS Ravmond,Clement& Arthorton. 

Cavendish— Rohhin* Sc White, Dans Wheeler; Joseph A Smilh, 
Bracket, Brown &. Co., Prociorsvillo, 

Cheste' — luaac Ro"ers & Co., Rodney Sherwin, Sherwin Ac Rich- 
ardson, J C Dana, D K Barrett. 

Har{ford~J C Brooks, .Moses French, Geo Lyman ; S T Steele, 
VVe«t H.; Charles Tinkham, Dimick & Bragg, Ciueeche Village. 

Hartland—K M ^locket, Srineon Wilhird &. Co., P D Richaidson, 
Levi Gove ; K Moore & Co., North H.; Dan'! Taft &. Co., Taftsvifje. 

LudioK — .\dan)8 &. Arinington, Wm .\ Ppaulding, D L &. Charles 
Green, .\ndrew Pettierew jr., J R Smith, .Mason &. Whitcomh. 

Xurvcich—V L i E W C>ld3, J L Currier, L 8 Partridge, Harvey 
Burton. 

P/ym/>Kt*— S S Wheeler, J S Slack ; Isaac Tyson jr., Tyson P. O. 

Pomfret—OUK Chamberlin ; Nathan Snow, Snow's Store. 

Readinvr — Keyes & .Moiiie ; Lewis Robinson, Rnfus Bnck, Sonth 
R.; Walton Brown, Luther Kendall, Levi C Fay, t'elchville. 

RoeheMer — Brisf^s Ac Pierce, Ar.emas Cushmiin. 

Roynllon-^ P Nevons, Skinner & Blodgett, Richardson k. Fish. 

fskaron — Baxter & Walbridge, Wooster Downer, G Brickett. 

Sprin^eld-Jona. Chase, R Ac U Bnrke, Porter, Dana & Co., Bun- 
dy. Brown Sc Co., Selden Cook ; Cha'* Fairhank, Messenger &. Whi- 
ting (grocers ;) George Kimball (iron) ; Wm Davis (Merchant Tailor) ; 
Sylvester Burke, J While, D C Griswold, Solomon Sanders, North S. 

Sloekbridge — J .Morgan &. Son ; .Merrick Gay, R L Fay, Guysville. 

Weathersjield-i F Nichola, Dana, Snell «c Co., Porkinsvilje; Am- 
asa Gay 6l Co., Corner*). 

/fwran— Asa B Foster, FN Wiley, Mathew Wilkins, White & 
Clark, Horace Brown. 

Windsor — .\ &. H Wardnor, S Wardner & Son, George Wardner, 
Hatch & Co., Hubbard &. White, D Head & Co., Gilkry & Brown ; H I 
S Boynton (HaU and Clothing) ; C F Merrifield (Book.-) ; F H War- 
r.;n (Hard and Tin Ware) ; Tuel and Ellis (Jewelry) ; Chedd Ac Wor- 
cester, Samuel Hulett, Brownsville. 

H'uodstock—A Stevens, Geo R Chapman, Cha's Dana jr., O A Bry- 
ant At Co., Isaac (Churchill, E S Hayden, B W Rice ; Mcflish Ac Slade, 
A Hitch At Co. (Grocers); Charles Chapman (Drugs) ; Olivet Bai- 
ley, Daniel Ransom, South W. 



Rutlatnl Com Ml If. 

/?. „.„,._Danicl R Barber. Luther Joy, .M W Smith, F W Walker. 

/> ,„ — Ifii Button, Barnard Ketclium, Volney Ross, B P Hatch, 
'' ■ ' liii", «'<)niint, Trask Ac ('o., J(din Liscom, W Morrill, J L 
Itovnl lllnke. G W Bullard, G O Rice, Ira Benson, Warren 
• i N '1' S|irajjiii', jr , Dougherty, M Taylor ; Willurd Kim- 

ball, n.;iiry Kin:.'«|.T (Books) ; E Jackson (Drugs') 

Cojrt/e/on— Ailjims At Ailams, W Ac C Moulton, J D Goodwin, Root 
k. Toinlison, I'niron Purk<»r, Hiram Aiiisworth, 8 H Langdon ; Han- 
nibtil Hodges, DumiI Hawkins Ac Co., Hyd-viile, i 

Clarendon— W'lUimn (', Crosainan : L M Walker, Henry Hitchcock, 
(Jhr<'ndon Hpringf ; Wm B Brown, West C. 

I)anhy—\Sm Snerry, C .M Bruce, Job Scott ; M Hilliard, Seneca 
Smith, rhonias V Wearer, D Jacob, 4 Corners. 

Fairhaven—K Ac J C Allen, J Duvoy Ac Co., J N Keliejr, 



MERCHANTS A^■D TRADERS. 65 

Mabbardton — Horace K Spencer, A S Parsons, George Wood. 

Middletown—YaW & Otis, 'E S & E Sunderland. 

J\iount Holly — A H Miller ; Samuel Hemnieuway, Mechanicsville. 

Orwell — Fletcher & Wright, A Hitchcock & Co., Centre ; Chipman 
k. McEvvan, Chipman's Point, 

Pawlet — Sheldon & Allen, Whodon & Wickbam, MDStrong, M 
Edgerton, Ira Marks, 

Pittsfield — Lucius Preston, Gay & Beard. 

Pittsford — Henry Sinionds, Sam'l D VVinglow, Chester Granger, Ly- 
man Rockwood, A B Bullard, Wra Marsh. 

Poultney — Noyes &. Harris^ Amos Bliss, Peter Farnham, Simeon 
Mears, East P.j Hooker Sz Jeslin, Joel Beaman, Shaw, West P. 

Rutland — James Bairett jr., Lubher Daniels, Burt <fc Mason, GeoT 
Hodges &. Co., Daniel P Bell, James Porter, O L Robbins, Wni E C 
Stoddard, Ripley & Bailey (Books) j Clement &. Proctor, Lhivid Mor- 
gan jr., West R. 

Sherburne — B Maxham. 

Slirewsbury — Stephen Gleason, John Backma^ter ; Jones & Dow, 
Brown & Gleason, CuttingsviHe. 

Sudbury — Wallaoe & Hyde, Jdhn C Sawyer. 

Tinmouth — Eliada Cramten. 

fVallingford — S Townsendjr,, Harris & Round, E Martindale, D H 
Sabin & Co.; Lapham & Vail, South W. 

fVells—Grover, Beals & Co., D W Sargent. 

If est Haven — Wolcott &. Bailey. 

•Addison County, 

jSd-iison — Warren S Bro-v/n, Hyder Barnes, Jones. 

Bridport—^F Fletcher &Son, Frost & Rider, N S Bennett, G Searl 
& Co., A B & R M Chipman^ 

8x13101—1, Manson Sf Co., W H Holly, H Spalding, H S Gale, G W 
Parmell, John Wilson. 

Cornwall — Bingham ^ Lane, Benj F Haskell. 

Ferrisburgh — Allen ^ Wheeler, Orrin Sholes, C W Wicker, Ed- 
mund Lyman (Drugs), North F. 

Hancock — Royal Flint. 

Lincoln — Asa Chapman, O W Burnham, Josiah W Smith. 

Middlebury — Z Beckwith, Asa Chapman 4' Son, Asa Francis, W S 
Johnson, H Langworthy ^ Co., Nash §• Goodrich, J M Slade ^ Co., 
H A Sheldon, Charles M Simmons, Edwin Vallette, John Wood, Sid- 
ney Moody, Wm P Russell,— Jona Hager, L W Clark (Books ;) R L 
Perkins, East M. 

Monkton — T C Smith, James Miner. 

JVewj Haven — A P Roscoe, H O Smith ; Hiram Rider, East Mills. 

Salisbury — J B Huntley 8f Co., Howard Hairis. 

Shorekam — John Simonds, Kent Wright, Davis ^ G Rich, Edwin S 
Atwood, P W Collins ^ Co. 

Starksboro^ — Lysander L Holcomb. 

Vergennes — Fordyce Hcnlington, G .^ W T Parker, Morgan Sf Bow- 
man, Wm R Bixby, L C Thorn ^ Co., C D Cook, A Chapman, Oba- 
diah Walker, P W Collins, Vernal ^ Spooner, G Pemberton, Patrick 
Foster. 

Weybridge — Silas L Spragtie, Urial D Twitchell.- 

Whiting — John Simonds. 

Orange County* 

Bradford — Geo W Priehard Sf Son, Asa Low, Preston 4* Pickett, C 
T Martin. 



66 il»CIIAIIT» 4!»P tKADKEt. 

Braimtree — Cuirier ^ liuot, A C Lamsoa 4' Co., H Baxs. 

Bruvkjield — A I'Uavolanil y., E<1>od, Al'boti |- Co. 

Ckeliea — Dickinson 4r Nuble, Juna Saiilh jr., G«u D Steams, Amos 
RHood. 

C»rintk — Theodore Cooke, Daniel R Cooke ; John Merrill, Nathan 
Blake, Eaat C. 

Fairlee — J B Bailer. 

-VfirfrMrw— r 4- H kcyes, J«a M Chadwick, Sajn'l Ea»linan, U'ells 
S, Co., David JoiiniiOD; Jauiof Buchanan ^^ Co., Timothy bbedd,Guy 
C Carsrill, Well* Kiver. 

OroMfe — Ftfield 4r Hancock, John Merrill. 

Jl«ui«/p*— John .Mile* jr.; John Glidden. N P Brooks, Wm T Mc 
riure, Uoideo if Miller, East R.; Edward Uobart, Sam'i B Mann, A 
V LaoMMt, Maan 4* Tibon, Wp'<t R. 

Strafford — Hatch 4' Bunboin, Harris 4r Moirill ; Rus.->,Tiacy 4- Co., 
Ilirnm Barrett, South S. 

rhetjord — Lvman Walker, Juoiah Barnes, Thomas Howe; John 
Pratt, Post Milk* ; M J Walker, I'niuii ViHa^'e. 
1 Topskam — X 4* A Ba-Iey ; N B (.Jewge, Wm A Bnsley, West T. 

TVH^ru^^^Jereminh Foster, Franris StorteraDl, Horace L Hoyt. 

F«r**irf— Horace T Keves, P Dwisjlit If Co. 

WoBkuigtcm-^ R Gale/Thurbur # Bowles. 

Wut Fairlee— i B Sluyton. 

IVilluinutotcn — C S- R Ainswoith, Daaford Carpentei. 



ChitleudeH Conutw, 

Bur/tnftim— Harry Bradley, Vilas 4- Xoyes, R London 4" Co., T W 
Loveil, Uiiac \\'arren, Noble lA)vcly, yoloraoii Walker, CFtflariford 
4' Co.. Haear If Arthar, S L Herrick, Isnac Dow, Brinsnmid4' B»oth- 
. r-, ♦;■ ur;:. K Harrinston, Williuai Hiirlburt, Daniel Kerr, S E How- 
ard, lUhii.^o.i 4- Godd, Theodore A Peck, J 4- J H Peck 4^ Co., C B 
Kdwardu, ."< Hunting^ton, J D Bi.xby 4' <'»•, *''«'w'>;'i i^oolinle 4" Co.,JC 
Hawley, (iforje IVtorson, Bojiwick if Blin, Elias Lyman, Mrs. Lang- 
worthy, 8 M Poj*, Philo Doulittk', (;haunc»>y (Joodrich, A S Dowey, 
' Joseph Hatch, William H Curtis, John Bradley If Co., Catlitts 
' 4^ Spear, Charles Benn*, S \V Taylor, L C Tavlor, A C 8pear, Spear 
' 4- Marpby, Fuller 4' Biigrs, J A Kinaman, J Y RaiKlall, H 4r C P 
I Bradley, E J Fay, <; R Tyler, John Liscam, M G Sathliun If Co.« Jan 

Orr, James Mitchell, G Backus, R B^tchelder, Martin, Aiunson 

iV Follett. H L 4- J B .Mooie, Isuar Shorwood, J Shattuck ^ Co., 

' Wilrrur, Horace Whcch-r, James H I'latt. 

(''...r'.uttr — Noble Lovely, Staple* 4" Lyon, E Bissonette. 
( .."I'.f/T—E Spencer ; Barlow 4r Woo*!, James S Plait, Wm B 
n -. I:. J.>hii W Weaver, Fumcis La Clais, Charles La Foaotaioe, J 
K f ' rr -t, Winooski. 

i ■ — Tvl«r If Mumford, S Fcrc«s»», J 4" J Tuttle. 
// . . lir;^^/.— Mnrrus Hull, Wm B Veile, William J DougJass, F W 
: Cil<!»n,, a I) Well.r. 

Hun' r^' n — .\Ii;xiindcr Fergoson, J Kenaedy 4* Co. 
^ JcTu'.., (Mkf* 4 I'eck, Field if Beach ; H CBUicknisn, J. Centre. 
.Wi/fu'i— A\ n * 4" Clark, Lyman Burgess ; Jolin Adams, R Sander- 
' Kon, M I) II. rri. k, H (; Hire, Wmt M. 

, Hichii.und-Wui Ht v. E it Green, Philo Clark. 

I Skelkunu—John . ,, W D Tyler. 

Undtrktll—J II 4 ,. r, F WwHlworth. C E Allen. 

IVtstford — Jame» .Nirl.oi-, .s N (;aut, 8 G Mf-rriam. 
I IfiUist**— Tho's H Canruld, llurlburl ♦ Hodges, Abraham V Hol- 
ley, Leonaid Pine. 



MERCHANTS 4ND TRADERS. 67 

Wathin^ton County, 

Barre— Bodge W Keith, Walker ^ French, Warren H Ellis j He- 
man Smith, South B. 

j5er/in— Joseph Denney. 

Jilarslifidd — E D Putnam. 

Middlesex — Johnson ^ Holden. 

Montpclier — Baldwin 8f Scott, Ellis, Wilder & Co,, Storis 8( Lang- 
don, J W Howes, Silas Burbank, J B Langdon, L 4" A A Cross, Geo 
P RJker, Charles Spalding, Harvey King, Loomis 4* Camp, Keith &c 
i Barker, Erastus Hubbard, Hyde, Dodge 4' Co., E C Holmes (Liquors,) 
S K Colling, S P Redfield (Drugs,) Sam'l Abbott, Tra S Town, V'ith- 
erell Sf Me.id (Watches and Jewelry,) E P Walton Sf Sons, Eastman 
Sf Danforth (Books, )Z 8{CR Wood, E Hubbard, E A Webb, A A Sweet, 
(Stoves and Tin Ware,) WTBurnham, Alfred Scott (Hats and Caps,) 
J W Howes, E A Webb (^Agricultural Implements) ; Moses ^ Rich, 
N C King, North M. 

JVorthJield— John A S White, J H Burnham, H L 4^ C R Briggs, Geo 
B Pierce, James M Currier. 

Plainjidd — Benjamin Hall, D Whittlesey. 

Roxbury — John M Spalding. 

Waitsfield — Richardson, Skinner f( Co., James T Phelps. 

Warren— H D 4" L H Hyzer, James Cardell. 

Waterbufy — Stimson ^ Arms, Goss Sf Delano, S C Hutchins, John 
B Cristy. 

Caledonia County, 

Bamet — Harvey Sf Eastman, Harvey Sf Abbott ,HaTvey Warden ; L 
P Parks, James E Kendall, Passumpsic ; Azro Dutton, Mclndoes Falls. 

Burke — Lucius Denison, Joel Trull, C C Newell, Dan'l Beckwith. 

Cabot — Israel Cutting, Elijah Perry Sf Co., Babcock Sf Trussell. 

Danville — Vail, Deming 4" Co., Harvey C Babcock, Dana, Weeks 
^ Stanton, Joseph C Fuller ; Sias, Vail ^ Co., North D. 

Oroton — Moses Buchanan ^ Co., Caleb Webster, Ephraim Low. 

Hardwick—J^ H Delano ^ Son, North H.j S A Aiken, S M Pen- 
nock, South H. 

Lyndon — Kittredge ^ Colby, John M Weeks, Fuller ^ Co.; John M 
Hoyt 4' Co., J A Denison & Co., Centre. 

Peacham—E C Brown & Co., J M Martin & Co., Isaac Watts, C W 
Evans. 

Ryegate — George Cowles. 

Sheffield — Nathan Gilbert, Chauncey L Ingalls. 

St, Joknsbury — E Jewett & Co., E Hall & Co.; Morrill & Rankin, 
David Goodall, East St. J.; John Bacon, Jonas Flint, St. J. Centre, 

Sutton — J Blake &. Son, Ide & Drown. 

iValden — Sherlock Vincent, Leonard F Edwards, South W. 

rVaterford—U K Parks & Co.; H Cutting & Co., Lower W. 

Wheeiock—W &, S Bradley. 



JFranklin County. 

Baker.'field — Armington & Pomeroy, Hooker & Houghton, Earle 
Smilie, J D Holton. 

Berkshire — H S Bowen ; Jasper Chaffee, A W Barton, Mayor Ty- 
ler, West B.; Wm Clapp, Wm S Rublee, East B. 

Enosburgh—J M Dean, Keith & Saxe, West E.; S Kendall, E. Falls. 

Fairfax — Sam'l D Alferd, Franklin Halbert, Blin & Barstows ; Wm 
D Post, North F. 

Fairfield — J Soule & Co., Barlow & Keyes. 

Fletcher — Harrison M Vilas. 



68 M£IICHA.ITTS AND TRADERS. 



Franklin — John Adams, A Green ; L Stow, East F. 

Ocors^ia — L Janes, C J Liadd &. Co., L A Looniis. 

IRrrhgatc — Lucius Green, S W t S S Keyes, A P Heirick; Barr, 
Drurv & Co., Saxe Mills. 

Mimtiromerv—C H Wheeler, A C Wheeler. 

Richford—G R Butler, L II Goff, J Carpenter & Sons. 

SAfWon— Alfred Keith & Co., H Carlisle, Jacob VVead. 

Sl Mbans—C F Siifford, W t G H Fairar, A Hawkins, Wm R 
Loomi.s, C J Paxc, H B Sowles, L R & A Kiainard, A H Huntington, 
T W Smith, V Atwood, O Adams, C H Huntington, Hyde, Beards- 
ley & Burton, M S Darrow, E J Hicks, Nichols, Burton &. Chittenden, 
£ L Jones, Blin iL Barstow ; J Russell (Books),LLDutcher (Drugs.) 

Stcanton—J & W H Blake, .\ S Farrar, II B Farrar, Sanborn & 
Catlin, Gardner Green, Fisk <t Vail. 



OrlcauB County. 

Albany — William llayden. 

Barton — Strong &. Jewett, M Mansfield, S S Kimball, A S Edwards, 
Smith tc Drew. 

Brownington — F D Merrill. 

CAar/«foicn— Clarke &. Webster, W^m B Cole & Co., West C. 

Coventry — Elijah Cleveland, Daniel P Walworth. 

Craflsbury — VVm E Paddock ; Wm Newman, Amasa Scott, South C. 

Derby — Jacob Bingham, Hinman & Kelley ; Cobb, Rollins & Co. , 
Foster, Holmes &. Co., Derby Line, C S Cutting, West D. 

GloTcr — Simonds, Conant &, Co., Smith &. Ellis, Sain'l S Blanchard. 

dreensboTO^ — Williams & Ingalls, L F Waterman. 

Irasburgh — Geo Worthington jr. St. Co., Hubbard Hastings. 

LoKcU—Wm S Flint. 

Troy— Jacob Bates, J M Culver, F H Coroy, Mark Curtis ; A J 
Rowell, North T. 

Westficld—O Winslow &l Co. 

JVestmorc — Peter Gilson. 



JLatHoille C^otiiitu. 

Cambridge— ^l Wires, D Wads worth, J W Turner 5 N Smilie, W 
Griswold, Joft'crsonvillc. 

flden — Fisk & Beldine, Daniel Melvin. 

Hydepark — Nath'l P Keeler, Lucius H Noyes. 

Jnknson — Moses Morse, Mcrriam fc Co. 

Morristown — Vernon P Noycs, E B Herrick, Waterman « Cady. 

Stove — R Washburn, Bennett 4t Robinson, Albert Camp, Asa R 
Camp, H S Camp. 

tfattrville — John Hcrien &• Son, James M notchki.«8. 

HolcoU—V S Benjamin. 

IBtnex County* 

Canaan — Grocn & Blnkc, Nelson Cooley. 

Concord — John G Darling, Goodall &. Hill, Harvey Judevinc. 

f?iuWAa//— Geo Hubbard. 

Luntnburgh — Stcphf n Howo, Nath'l W French. 

Grnnd Wtl« County. 

Mburgh — 8 J Davis, Bcnj Gordon ; Win L r^owles, Lewis Olene, 
Darbycs k. Brnyto. 

Grand I»lc — .\bel Brown, Dnvid E Griiwold. 
J^orth Hero — Abu' r Keolcr, John W Brown. 
South Hero— Wm H Keeler, Zenas G Clark. 



MANUFACTURERS. 69 

Manufacturers iii Vermont. 

Bennington County. 

Jirlin^lov — Norris Dodge & Co., Woolen ; Wm McAulcy jr., Galen 
Canfield, E Canfield jr., Arlington, K & R Eaton & Co., West A., 
Marble ; K H Batchelder, Chairs ; O & E Canfield, Sawed Shingles. 

Bennmston—3oe\ Volintine, Benninirton, Richardson & Jones, North 
B., Woolen; P L Robinson, Truman Estes, A & S Raymond, North 
B., Cotton ; Enos Adams, Newell Squires, Leather; Enos Adams, 
Boots and Shoes 5 Hinsdale & Brock, Pig Iron, Lem'l Grover, Brown 
Si. Gage, Cast Iron ; Benton, Fuller k. Co., Paper ; Calvin & Rock- 
wood, Linseed Oil ; A Walker &. Co., Powder ; Edward M Welling, 
North B., Starch ; Norton & Fenton, Stone Ware ; Harwood & Cha- 
pin, Graves & Root, Tin Ware. 

Dorset — Wm Williams, Leather ; Hammond & Draper, Cast Iron. 

Landgrave — George Van Note, Leather; Martin & Stevens, Lasts ; 
John LRumrill, Machinist. 

Manchester — Baker & Harris, Factory Point, W'oolen ; John Van 
Note, Manchester, M Clark & Sons, Factory Point, Leather ; Lyman 
Way k. Sons, Wm Chamberlain, Manchester, Gilman Wilson, Peter 
Wyman, Factory Point, Marble. 

Peru — Frederick Holton, Leather. 

Povmal — Joseph C Stillman, Leather. 

Sandgate — Randall & Weller, Woolen. 

Scarsburgh — Edward H Swift and Co., Leather. 

Shaftsbury — Reuben Matteson, Woolen ; Myron Barton, Daniel C 
Dyer, Leather ; A and W Oir, Paper; Josephus Rockwood, A and 
VV Orr, Linseed Oil ; Samuel Cranston, Marble ; D J George, South 
S., Cotton Spindles, Fliers ; S and S A Whipple, South S., B Harmon, 
North Bennington P. O., Steel Squares ; Asa H Whipple, Hay and 
Manure Forks. 

Sunderland — Henry Galusha, Woolen ; G G Houghton, Shoe Pegs. 

Woodford — Ira Temple, Bar Iron. 



J9*indhatn Connty. 

Jithens — Abial Whitney, Leather*; F O Dunham, Carriages and 
Sleighs ; N W and Seth Oak, Lasts and Ax-Helves. 

Brattleboro^ — Clark and Bishop, Woolen; Goodhues,Chapin &Co., 
Brattleboro', Benj Beal, West B., Leather ; W & C Frost, P Simonds, 
Boots and Shoes ; Salisbury &; Co., Hines, Newman & Hunt, Cast 
Iron ; Thomas & Cutting, Paper ; Hines, Newman & Hunt, John Gove, 
Machinists ; J Esty, J Burnham, W Gould, G W Britton, Pumps and 
Lead Pipe ; J Woodbury, Musical Instruments ; John Gove, Steam 
Boilers ; John Burnham, Brass Founder. 

Dover— "S\ &c E Leonard, Starch, West D. 

Gra/i:on— Peter W Dean & Co., John Woolley&Co., Woolen; 
Pratt Lincoln, Boots and Shoes ; Solon W Eaton, Machinist. 

Halifax— J on&s Scott, Halifax, N Clark & Son, West H., Leather. 

Jamaica — H H & H L Felton, Solomon Newell, Leather ; Philan- 
der Derby, Gleason & Johnson, Chaiis ; Timothy W Boynton, Job VV 
Goodale, Cabinet Makers. 

Londonderry — Ephraim Walker, Nathan Buxton, Leather. 

Marlboro' — Dan Mather, Leather ; Dan Mather, Solomon Stanclift 
jr., Z Wallace, Boots and Shoes ; L W Houghton, Ransom Quin, Iron. 

JVewfane — S Sherwin & Son, Fayetteville, O L Lincoln, Williams- 
ville, Leather ; Wm H Williams, Williamsville, Linseed Oil. 

Putney — James Keyes & Co., Woolen ; G &: J Robertaon, Wm Rob- 
ertson 2d, Paper. 



70 MAWTFACTf RERS. 

Rockingham — EnrI &; Campbell, Cambridgcport, Airmi Smith, Bar- 
ton's River, VV oolen ; Smith &. Mcllvainc. Saxton's River, Sam'l L 
Billinys, Rockingham, Leather; Leonard P Edson, Bellows Falls, 
Benj Frost, Saxton's River, Boots and Shoes ; Bill Blake, Caxl Iron ; 
Benj. Smith, Cambiidgcport, Soapstone ; Calvin Oaks, Cambridgeport, 
Machinist. 

Somerset — Sam'l C Reed, Leather; Rufus Lyman, West W., Lime. 

If'arcUboro^ — Davis Read, Wardsboro', Daniel Read, North W., 
Leather. 

irestmmster—C K Chase, Leather ; W Blake & Co.. Paper ; Stod- 
dard &. Holton, Giave Stones ; Holton ic Barnes, Platers. 

Whitingham—St&Tr &. Tucker, Jacksonville, Leathei ; Dexter Hos- 
Icy, E<ige Tools. 
'WUmington—T T Forbes, Starch. 

Windham. — Joseph Wood, Zcnas H Upham, Leather. 



1%*iud»0r County. 

Barnard — B C Jaques, Amos Jaques, Barnard, B W Eastman, East 
Barnurd, Leather; Willard Wigiit, John Cummin?s, Starch. 
Bridtrewater — Wm H Lemmcx, VVooIen ; Wm Taylor, Leather. 
' Cavendish — Fullerton's Woolen Co., Broad Cloth, Cavendish, Gil- 
i son. Smith and Co., Proctorsville, Woolen ; Samuel Ij Adams, Spaul- 
i ding and Kingsloy, Cavendish, Josiah Gilson, Proctorsville, Leather ; 
j Smith and Bigelow, Starch. 

I Chester — Sawyer, Bowman and Co., Woolen ; Horace and Albert 
! Onion, C P r'pauiding, Abram Farrington, Leathei ; Barna A Cook, 
Chester Centru, Boots and Shoes ; Orin Locke, Axes and Edse Tools. 
] Hartford — Sturtevant, Smith and Co., Hartford, Albert T Dewey 
I and Co., Queeche Village, Woolen ; Luther Pease, Ira Wood, Hart- 
ford, Calvin Rnmrill, West H., Leather. 

Hartland—C F and T F Sturtevant, VVm H Lemmex, Woolen ; 
Charles W Warren, Leather ; Daniel Taft and Sons, Taftsville, Axes, 
Scythes. 

Ludlov — Adams and Co., Streeter and Co., Woolen ; Horr and Fos- 
ter. Leather. 

j^orwieh — S and E Morris, Leather; S S Booth and Co., Boots and 
Shoes; Daniel Miner, Axes. 

Plymouth — Calvin Wilder, Leathei ; Tyson Furnace, Cast Iron. 
; Pom/ret— David Chandler, Obed Whipple, Loatlier ; J and S and A 
: S Milkr, Pomfret, B and B Snow jr., Lyman Hazcn, Snow's Store, 
jRakc!;. 

Readin<T—W P Shedd, Reading, M Robinson, South R., Leather. 
I Rochester—^ Gumsey, Leather ; Morse and Jewett, Iron Foundry ; 
' Aitrmas Cuohman, Starch. 
I Sharon — Joncph Keith, Leather. 

Sprimrfuld—A P Morrill, Satinett? and Cassimcres ; Nath'l Fuller- 
I ton, Cotton ; Albert Brown, Samuel Rollins, Leather; Scldcn Cook, 
Holmen and Sherman, George Merritt, Boots and Shoes ; Spencer and 
; Nourse, Iron Foundry ; E A Knights and Co., Paper ; Ira and Isaac 
! G Davis, Linseed Oil ; Davidson, Parks, and Wo»)Hon, Shearing and 
Hrnihing Machines ; F A and G W Porter and Co., Machine Card 
, Clothing; John H .Imcg, Lead Pipe, Pumps and White Smith, Horace 
; Hawkins, Wm K Pierre, Cabinet Makers ; 1 and I G Davis, Shoe 
I Pegs ; Lewis W Harlow, James Chipman, Carriage Makers; F W 
: PortT, Watch Maker and Jeweller ; David M Smith, l/ock Smith, H 
1" and N J Grain, Spino .^Ixlnminal Supporters ; V\ heldon and Ran- 
dall, Stoves, Tin and l^hept Iron Workers; Adams, Cutler and Co., 
Sand Paper; A H Grenncll, John Chipman, Hats and Caps. 



MANUFACOTjRERS. 71 



Stockbridge — John Cox and Co., Gaysville, Woo4en; Asa Par- 
tridge, Leather. 

Weathersfield — Jonathan A 'Pope, Thomas Tatbell and Co., Per- 
kinsville, Cotton. 

IVeston — John Wilder, Leather; Henry Haa rum and Son, Axes; 
Smith and Bryant, Starch ; John Wilder, Marble. 

Windsor — M B Perkins and Co., Abei Nutting, Brownsville , Wool- 
en ; John McCuHough, Alpheus Pierce, Brownsville, Leather; J and 
R Mansfield, Martin and Ctarke, Vt. State Prison, Boots and Shoes ; 
Hammond and Drapei, Iron Foundry; Robbias, Kendall and Law- 
rence, Armorers, Machines and Rail Road Cars. 

Woodstock — Solomon W'oodward, Woolen ; Amos W Warren, Jas- 
per Hazen jr., Leather ; Joel Eaton, Jasper Hazcn jr.. Boots and 
Shoes; Reuben £aniels, Shears and Cards; A W Whitney, Tin 
Macjune«. 



Rutland Counti^, 

Senson — Elijah Carter, Marble ; Josiah Stiles,Cast Iron. 

Brandon — Cheater Kingsley & Co., Woolen ; H J& H Bond, Leath- 
er ; Daniel Parkhurst, Boots and Shoes ; Conant, Trask &. Co., Roy- 
al Blake, Cast Iron ; Justus Hyatt, J A Conant, Bliss, Barrows &. Co., 
Marble ; Conant, Briggs & Warren, Rail Road Cars ; M Wilder, Ma- 
chinist. 

Castleton — Alon^o Kilboura, HydeviHe, Woolen ; James N Mead, 
Leather ; S H Langdon, Cast Iron ; Ebenezer Lan^don, Linseed Oil ; 
Hyde, Fuller and Hyde, HydeviHe, Sherman and Jackman, Castleton, 
Marble. 

Clarendon — H G Tayior, Clarendon Springs, (Leather ; C B How- 
land, Clarendon Springs. Axes ; Orrin Taylor, C. Springs, Marble. 

Danby-'-Joh Scott, Amasa Bancroft, Leather ; HaskinR, Johnson 
and Co., Rogerc, Hopkins and Co., 4 Corners, J M Fish, W^m KeJley, 
A and A Kelley and Co., Griffith and Lapham, J T Griffith and Co., 
Danby, Marble. 

Fairkaven — H end H Howard, Leatiier ; J Da'/ey and Co., Hammer- 
ed and Rdlled Iron and Nails ; Abrara Graves, Paper ; Aflen and Ad- 
ams, Marble ; A A51en, Writing Slate ; Aliens, Cristie and Co., Slates 
and Roofing Slate. 

Hubb&rdton — John W Treadway, Woolen ; Wm Bansier, Norman 
H Eddy, Leather ; Wm Bansier, Boots and Shoes ; JVIorgan and Hurl- 
burt. Marble. 

Ira — Milton M Bates, Leather. 

Mendon — John Osbarn, Leather. 

Middletown — ^Henry Gray, Woolen ; Vt. Wrought Iron Nail Co. 

Mount Holly — B F Stone, Leander Dertiy, Mechanicsville, Rufus Mc 
Clanathan, Leather ; Wm Smith, Jos Piper, Mechac-icsvilie, Starch. 

Orwell — RoswellBottum jr., Centre, Leather. 

Puwlet — Lumbard and Wilcox, A S Jones, Jona Stevens, Woolen ; 
Pawlet Manufacturing Co., Ccrtton ; Seth B Weeks, Leather ; C S 
Bardwell, Axes and Edge Tools ; Ira Mark*, Hiel Hollister, Starch. 

Pittsfield — Durkee and Townsend, Starch. 

PUtsford — Sturges Penfieid, Woolen ; Lothrop and Penfield, Cot- 
ton ; Sam'l A Brown, Nathan S Warner, Leather ; Chester Granger, 
Cast Iron. 

Ponltney — John Lindsey, East P., Woolen ; Horace Gorham, East 
P., Stephen Scott 2d, Solomon Whitney jr.. Leather; H J Ruggles, 
Stoves and Hollow Ware, West P.; Edward A Gray, East P., N P 
geach. West P., Iron. 

Rutland — Geo Graves, Leather ; Burt and Mason, Alanson Dyer, 



73 MANi;V ACIIRERS. 

Boots and Shoes ; John Crain and Co., T Dancklee, David Brovkn, 
Ama-ia Pooler, Slate Pencils ; Ripley and Barnes, Jame» Porter, Tho'.-s 
J Ormsbee, Rutland, Sheldon and Morgan, West R., Marble MHIs ; 
A \V Hyde and Co., Sherman and Jncknmn, C G While and Co., 
Q,UBrryiof ; IIun»phrey ami Taylor,. Marble M-jnaments and Ornamen- 
tal Work. .Marble quarried and san-ed from qnarries in this town ex- 
ceeds 60U0 tons annually. 

Sudbury — Manlv andHills. John- Hall anil' Son, Marble. 

Wallingford — A Bruce. Woolen; Bradford and Parker, G H Post, 
Leather; Lapham and Vail, South W., Bar Iron ; L Batchelder and 
Sons, Dale and Kellcy, Forks and Hoes ; S K MoorC;. Windovk-Blinds 
and Sash ; H Back, Tin and Stove-Pipe. 

WHla — Lewi* and Lamb, Woolen. 

Wej>( Haven — Coleman and Eastman, Woolen* 

i Bridport — John B Huntley, Learfier. 

I Bristol — H Farr, P S Warner, Leather; L Downing, Boots- and 
Shoes ; L Munson and Co., W H Holky, S Ebnru«, Iron. 
Cornteall — Aea Bond, Leather. 

F«Tisin/ri,r&— Theodore D Lyman, Kocth F., Woolen; Aaron B 
Webb, Nalhaaiel Martin^ Leather. 
Hancock — Moses Insalls, Leather. 

/JncBin— Manly S WiWs, Leather; Asa Chapman, O W Burnbam, 

Bar Iron; Ruasej Taber, Iron Founder ; Luther Nuttinsr, Axes. 

Middlehnry~Da\onporl, Turner and Co., Peck and Flower, Cotton ; 

' David Nichols. Middlebury, H L £nos. East M., Leather ; Alonzo A 

Wainwri^ht, Furnace and Machine Shop ; E C Carpenter, A Wilcox, 

Stoves ; Aba Chapman. Iron ; Timothy O'Flanagan, Paper ; Theodatuc 

! Phelps, Daniel Judd, Ifeiac r.-bl>3, Nelson Chittenden, Marble. 

A>» Haven — Edward Phair. East Mills, Woolen ; Henry S Walker 
' and Son, Eaat Mills, Milo E Hoyt, New Haven, Leather; Henry S 
Walker and Son, East Mills, Boots and Shoes ; Brooks and Brothars, 
Axes ; Wm Wilson, Scythes; Wm P Gibbs, Marble. 
Ripton — A A and C E Atwood, Leather. 

Salisbury— H W Walker, Allen Garnecand Co., Woolen ; J B Hunt- 
i-,y and Co., Sumner Briggs, Plate Shovels. 
Shoreham — Thomas Atwi>od, Leather. 

Sfflriafcwo'— Alexander RoberUon, Leather; Alexander RoberUon, 
Warr<-n Wcntworth, Boots and Shoes ; Ferguson, Wentworth and 
Co , Cast Iron Ploughs ; Pierce and Jewell, Starch ; \eAhan Morii- 
Hon, Joseph Smith, Page Morrison, Horse and Hand Rakes. 

r<T^eiin«.*— Edward Jewett, Woolen ; John E RoberU, Book Bind 

inr ; Jacob Smith, Char)es D Keeler, Ahira Scovill, Leather : Sam'l 

, VVilson, J N Hawley, Cabinet Makers ; Vergennes Iron Co., Barand 

; Cast Iron and .Machiriery; H Gray ami Co., Bar Iron j Jos Branch, 

Jewelry; Carlos Blake and Co., Tin Ware and Stove Pipe; Wm 

Ross, .Machinist ; J M Hackelt, Marble ; A Blake and Co., Shoe Pegt. 

Weyfrruijre— 'i>range Briltcll, Woolen ; Francis Ayrcs, Leather and 

Boots and Shoes ; Timothy O'Flanagan, I^insccd Oil. 

Ornnge C'mttHl^* 

Breuiford—A P FlariderB, Bradford Centre, Woolen ; GcoW Hardy, 
I/>ati»er, BooU and Shoes ; Horace Strickland, C C P Baldwin, Iron 
Foundry ; Asa Low, Paper ; B C Woit, Maoliinist; J B Woodward, 
Geo L Butler, W H Gaiet, Carriago». 

Braimtree — Francis R Maynard, Leather ; L S Wellington, Ezra 
Briggi, BooU AMd Shoe* ; 'Leander Uhadwick, WilUaoi BUncbard 



MANUFACTURERS. 73 



jr., Carriages ; C L Warriner, Edmund Tilson jr., Cabinet Makers. 

Brookfidd — Justus Edson, Leather; A Cleveland and Co., Boot£ 
and Shoes; J Van Ormanf and Co., P» Adams and Son, Hay Forks. 

Chelsea — Amplius Blake, Woolen ; O H Chandler, Sidney Allen, 
Charles Fullam, Leather ; Grow and Fish, Daniel Atwood, Boots and 
Shoes. 

Corinth — Theodore Cook, Samuel H Merrill, Leather. 

Faf'rZee— Silas Read, Lead Pipe and Pumps. 

J\i''etcbiiry—F and H Keyes, Newbury, Timothy Shedd, Wells River, 
Leather; Henry K White, Wells River, Paper. 

Orange — M C Cross. Leather ; Rodney Bradford and" Co., Starch. 

Randolph— A and A Hobaitjr.. West R., E Poor jr., W L Cone, 
East R., Leather ; Freeman Williams, Randolph, H and E C Sessions, 
West R., Cast Iron; J C Smith, East R., Scythes^ Axes and Edge 
Tools; Charles Waldo, East R., Linseed Oil; Harvey Curtis, East 
R., Starch. 

S«ra^ord— Cvril Chandler, Strafford, Wm B Haaeltine, South S., 
Leather; E W Hodges, South S., Boots and Shoes ; Xath'l Monill 
and Son, Scythes and Hoes ; jVfartin Barrett, South S., Iron Founder 
and Machinist; Vt. Copperas Co., J Reynolds jr.. Agent, South S. 

Thaford — J C Cambridge, Union Village, Woolen ; M H Ranstead, 
Thetford, A B Kellev, Post Mills, Leather ; Samuel Swinborn, Union 
Village, Boots and Shoes : H S Porter, A S Briggs, Edge Tools ; Ly- 
man Hinckley, Post Mills, Linseed Oil ; Royal H Smith, Musical 
Instruments. 

Topi/iam— Bagley C Currier, Topsham, E H Watson, West T., 
Leather. 

Tunbridge — Benjamin Hall, Woolen and Starch. 

Vcrshire — Wm Prior and Son, Leather. 

West Fairlee — Phineas Kitnball, Leather. 

Williamstown — J and L Pettengill, Starch ; Knight and Morse, Lime. 

Chittenden County. 

Bolton — Jewell, Pierce and Co., Starch. 

Burlington — Winooski Mill Company, Cotton ; E C Loomis, Jo- 
j honotts and Blanchard, Joel Morse, Leather ; R Batchelder, James H 

Plait, J Martin, E J Fay, Martin, McLane, Emerson, 

I Boots and Shoes ; E R Crossman, Cast Iron ; Zottman and Harrington, 
j Machines; J Hatch, Guns ; Vilas and Noyes, Linseed Oil ; Vilas and 
j Noyes, Bostwick and Blin, Isaac Dow,^ S W Taylor, Tin Ware ; Smith 
j and Wilkins, Glasa; C A Seymour, John Stetson, Hats ; Smith Sher- 
' man. Marble ; C L Nelson, C W Drew, Chairs ; C L Nelson, D K 
Pangborn, S Nichols, S and W Pattee, Furniture ; E L Farrar and 
Co., Stone Ware ; James Morse and Brothers, Wm D Kidder, Wm E 
Crooker, Bricks ; H W Timanus, Combs ; Orville Sinclair, Pails and 
Tubs ; J A Kinsman, Cigars, Essences, Ink and Blacking; Rob't Tra- 
cy, House and Chnrch Organs ; J Munson, Piano Fortes ; Gray, Mead 

and Co., Russell and Spalding, S Willard, Partridge, Wagons and 

Sleighs ; S S Skinner, S H Peaslee, R D Cornwall, J H Walton, Sad- 
dles and Harnesses; C Goodrich, S Huntington, Book Binding ; Brins- 
maid and Brothers, D Simpson, Moody Haskell, J V Randall, Clocks. 
Charlotte — James Washburn, Leather ; S and E H Wheeler, Wm S 
Baldwin, Boots and Shoes ;«L and W R Pease, A L Beach, Hames. 

Colchester — Burlington Mill Co., James Cook, agent. Woolen ; Lo- 
renzo Murray, Iron Founder ; White and Edwards, Winooski, Ma- 
chinists ; H P Dewey, Winooski, Patent Fences. 
Essex — F W Joyner, Ira Cady, Leather ; James I Cutler, Paper. 
Hinesburgh — B and H Boynton, Murray and Patrick, VVoolen ; F 



74 MANUFACTURERS. 

W Baldwin, H C and N B Flanagan, Leather; Rufus Patrick, Iron 
FoBndcr; Murray and Patrick, Machinists ; Maicus HuH, Starch. 

Jericho — Matthew L Baraey, Jericho, H B and E A Barney, Jericho 
Centre, Woolen ; David Fish, Jericho, Ransom and Chambers, Jeri- 
cho Centre, Leather; Milton Ford, Cast Iron ; Ford, Clapp and Co., 
Jericho Centre, Towci and Oakes, Underhill P. O., Oakes andPeck, 
Jericho, Starch. 

miton—iCoKon and Ward, Z A Pearl, Milton, E L Whitney, West 
M., Woolen; Orra Holbrook, Milton, Hczek'h Olin, West M., Leatii- 
er ; Bargess and S^^uare, Pa|>er. 

Richmond— Wnxney and Brown, Woolen ; Maynard and Spalding, 
Ebenezer .MelleH, Leather ; Maynard and Spalding, Boots and Shoes ; 
Barney and Brown, E B Green and Co., Starch ; Barney and Brown, 
Machinists. 

Shelburne—B and H A Fletcher, Woolen ; E W and C L Spear, 
Leather, Boots and Shoes. 

UndtfrhiU—S M and H C Mead, Leather ; John H Tower, M Fel- 
lows, Fellows, Choato and Bicknell, Starch. 

h'esiford— 3 ackeon and Halbert, Woolen ; W S and H P Wood, 
Chauncey Williams, Leathei ; H B Hine, Starch. 

fVUliston — Emery Hills, Eli Murray, Leather. 

\%*afhinfflon Coutttt/. 

Barre — Walter Little, South B., Woolen ; Dodge and Wood, Barre, 
Johonnotts and Blanchard, South B., Leather ; Nathan H Morse, 
Barre, Johonnotts and Blanchard, South B., Boots and Shoes ; Joshua 
Twirig, Cast Iron; Dennis Tilden, South B., Door Handles; John 
Olds, South B., Carriages : Leonard Keith, Barre, Ira Day, South B., 
Starch. 

Berlin — J Bosworth and Sons, Hoes ; Hayward and Britain, Starch. 

Calais — Lemuel 8 Bennett, Ira Dwinel, East C, Leather ; I and 
A Kent, Boots and Shoes ; N Sherman and Co., Starch. 

Marshfifld — Stephen Pitkin, Starch. 

Middlesfz — David Sheldon, Leather ; Enos Stiles, Linseed Oil. 

Montpelitr — A W Wilder and Son. Montpelict, Davis and Martin, 
North M., Woolen ; Keith, Peck ano Co., Eben'r Frizzle jr., Leath- 
er; N Harvey, W W Weeks, Boots and Shoes ; A Wainwright, Iron 
Foundry; Harry Richardson, Wool Carding and Cloth Dressing; H 
Ward, Axes ; Wooster Sprague, Medad Wright jr., A Wainwright, 
Machinists ; E P Walton and Sons, Paper Makers and Book Binders ; 
John Wood. James Howland, Wm Cady, Dyer Richardson, Cabinet 
Makers ; W H Cadwell, 8 R Clark, Nahnm Rice, H N Taplin, Alger- 
non Camp, Town, Wagons and Sleijrhs ; H Y Barnes, Holden 

Putnam, Johnson and Knapp, Trunks, Saddles and Harnesses; Hyde, 
Do<ige and Co., T Cross and Co., Bakers. 

Moretotrn — D P Carpenter, Moretown, Johnson and Holden, Mid- 
dlesex P. O., Starch. 

J^TorOifirla — flhnrles Paine, GSould and Parker, A and A Hobart jr.. 
Woolen ; James Palmer, Leather. 

Plainjifld — Sullivan B Gale, Leather; Kidder and Dana, Boots and 
Shoes ; Mark M rai;jc. Axes and £<lge Tools ; Benjamin Hall, Sher- 
man and Pitkin, Stnrcb. 

Warren — Oti« Wili«n, Leather ; C and E Sargent, Scjrthei ; Wm 
Cardell, Starch. 

Watfrrhury — Thompson, Soabury and Co., Woolen ; Wm W Wells, 
Wm H Spicer, I^icalhor ; Lurins Parmelee, Boots and Shons ; Lcan- 
der Hutching, Erastns Parker, Starch. 

tVoodbury — A and J W Town, .Machinist. 



MANUFACTURERS. 75 

Caledonia County. 

Barnet — Geo Greenbanks, John Carter, Barnet, Geo Griffin, Paq- 
sumpsic, Woolen ; Solomon Stevens, John C Gieason, James D and 
VVm Shaw, Barnet, Samuel White, Passumpsic, Leather. 

Burke — John S Jenks, Leather j Daniel Beckwith, Daniel S Town- 
send, Starch. 

Cabot — Alden Webster, Woolen ; Marcus O Fisher, Leather, Boots 
and Shoes; Israel Cutting, Starch. 

Danville — Caleb Harvey, Harris and Bolton, Woolen ; Cha's and G 
Douglass, Leather ; Gilsoa and Whitlock, Boots and Shoes ; Vail, 
Deming and Co., Starch. 

Groinn — Wm F Clark, Leather ; Martin Weld, Axes. 

Hardwick — Samuel K Remick, South H., Woolen ; Samuel A Tut- 
tle, South H., Leather. 

Lyndon — Geo H Weeks, Philander Rand, Leather ; Wm Bancroft, 
Boots and Shoes ; Job Randall, Linseed Oil; Geo Ide, Starch. 

Peacham — Nathan Field jr., Woolen ; Asa Sargent, Leather ; San- 
born and Stockbridge, Boots and Shoes. 

Ryegate — Moon and Gibson, Nath'l Batchelder, Leather. 

St. Johnsbury — Wm P Stoughton, St. J. Centre, James Hurlbut, 
East St. J., Woolen ; Simeon A Foster, St J. Centre, Isaac Harring- 
ton, East St. J., Leather ; John C and John H Paddock, Iron Foun- 
dry ; E and T Fairbanks and Co., Cast Iron, Scales, Hay forks and 
Hoes ; Harrington and Blinn, East St. J., Linseed Oil; John Morse, 
St. J. Centrf;, .Morrill and Rankin, Step'n Hawkins, East St. J., Starch. 

Sutton — Sam'l Densmore, Woolen ; David Powers, Leather ; Thom- 
as Gibbs, Iron Foundiy ; S and J Blake, Starch. 

TVaterford — Joseph Ide, Waterford, C P Goss, Lower W., Leather ; 
Joseph Ide, Boots and Shoes ; J and J Stiles jr., Lower W., Linseed 
Oil ; Cutting and Watson, Cutting and Brown, Lower W., Starch. 

Wheelock — Wheelock Manufacturing Co., Woolen ; Charles Math- 
ewson jr.. Leather ; Lorenzo Sulloway, Noah Dean, Samuel Willey, 
Samuel VVallace, Boots and Shoes ; Luther Cree, David Willey, Cab- 
inet Makers J Ira A Mcduillin, Wheelwright. 



JFranklin County. 

Bakersfeld — C and M Child, Leather ; Hooker and Houghton, Joel 
Houghton, Starch. 

Berkshire — Watson R Willis, Berkshire, Elias Babcock, Anthony 
Godard, West B., John Perley, East B., Leather ; H S Bowen, Starch. 

Enosburgh — Samson and Smith, East Berkshire P. O., Woolen; 
Dexter Gilbert, Leather ; A Fuller, West E., Samuel Kendall, E. 
Falls, Starch. 

Fairfax — Lyman Dorwin, Fairfax, John S Soule, North F., Leath- 
er ; Ansel Shepardson, Iron Foundry ; Franklin Halbert, Starch. 

Fairfield— C R Read, Fairfield, S S Barlow, East F., Leather; J 
Soule and Co., Fairfield, H H Beardsley, East F., Starch. 

Fletcher— D Bailey, Starch. 

Franklin — M Knowlton, Woolen ; iNelson Gallup, Leather ; Mi- 
chael Randall, Nelson Gallup, Boots and Shoes ; B F Cheney, Axes ; 
James Lee, Forks and Hoes; Lorenzo Olds. Carriages ; Orin Manson, 
Bricks ; Asa Wheeler, Starch ; Charles Currier, Washing Machines. 

Georgia — R K Clark, Leather ; J E Prentiss, Linseed Oil. 

Hi^hgate — Harmon Woodward, Highgate, E D Hyde, East H., 
Leather ; L Rixford and Co., East H., Scythes. 

Montgomery — C H and A C Wheeler, Starch. 

Richford — J Carpenter and Sons, Leather ; Wm Goff, Alden Sears, 
Starch. 



7ft MANf FACTUBEBS. 

Sheldon— Marsh and Hull. Woolen ; L H Uapgood, Sheldon, S H 
Eldred, East S., Leather; L H Ilapgood, Sheldon, S H Eldred. B F 
Goodsell, East S., Boota and t?hoes ; A Keith and Co., 11 Carlisle, 
Wcad and Olrastead, Starch. 

Sf. Albans — Stevens and Dcwcv, Lyman Brainard, Leonard Irish, 
Leather; Bihlad Paul, Boots and 'Shoes. 

Swanlon— James Plait, S. Falls, Woolen ; E W Bahcock, Kneeland , 
and Dean, S. Falls. Leather ; B F Arseno, S. Falls, Boots and Shoes ; 
H W Barney, S. Falls, Bar Iron ; George Barncv, E S Meigs, L N 
Rice, H B tarrar, W D Van Dnzec, S. Falls, Ma'ible ; Sanborn and 
Catlin, S. Falls, Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron. 



Orleans County* 

Jilhany — Jonathan Fitz, Leather. 

Barton — S a> Hemenway, Leather. 

BroKnington—iohn M Brighain, Leather. 

CkarU.Hon—i&coh Richards, West C, Ja'a Gray, East C, Woolen j 
A and I N Smith, West C, Leather. 

CorcHirv— B F Herbert, Leather ; E Cleveland, Starch. 

CrafLibury— Weeks and Knowles, South C, Leather ; Scba Stlm- 
son, South C, Linseed Oil ; Paddock and Allen, Starch. 

Dtrhy—Vcxaoa True, Boots and Shoes; James Woolcjr, Iron Foun- 
der, Derby Line. 

Glover — Cyrus Bemis and Co., Leather. 

Orern^ftoro'— Lorenzo I) Woodbury, Marble. 

Irasburah — Eleazer Howard, Leather ; Pearsons, Carpenter and 
Burnabe, Iron Foundry. 

Jay — Ebenezer P Batcheldcr, Bar Iron. 

I.Mvell — Charles Leiand, Starch. 

7Vt>;/— Jonathan James, Troy, L M Parkhurst, North T., Leathei. 

W e^yleW— Stebbins, Uitchcock, Richardson and Co., Starch. 

L,ainoiile Conuly, 

Cambridi^e — John Warnei, Wm Montague, Leather ; Wm Latlirop, 
Axes, Jeftersonville ; Hnrry Reynolds, Starch, JelTersonvillc ; CC 
Chadwick, Machinist, Jcfforionville. 

Eden—WWher F Hutchins, Boots and Shoo« ; H H Stone, George 
Kenlield, Axes and Edged Tools ; Daniel Mclvin, Starch ; Wm Gtis- 
wold, H C Fletcher, Sleighs and Wagons. 

//i/<i</)arA— Lucius H Noyos, Starch and Potash ; Elisha Boardman, 
Potash. 

JoAiuoTi— A and S Dow, Woolen; UTiitin? and Ellinwood, Justus 
Dodge, Leather ; John Chcsmorc, Boots and hhoes ; Levi Reed, Cast' 
Iron ; Joseph \Vaterman, Starch : John F Blake, Machinist ; A W 
Caldwell, Cabinet Maker; M W Ilosmcr, Wheels. 

MorrLilotcn—yatba.n Perkins, Woolen ; Calvin Burnett, Cady and 
Waterman, Leather ; Asaiiel G West, Shoes j liob'l Parker, Water 
man and Cady, Starch. 

St»^c^-.Malvin Duttoa, Healy Cady, Leather; Town and Marshall, 
Boota and Shoes. 

IVaUrvUU— John Hoiren, Woolen ; Alpheiu Moric, Leather and 
Starch. 

fVoUoU—Cnac and Jonei, Woolen ; P S Bcojamin , Axct and Starch. 

JEmbcx County. 

Canaan— F C Jncobi. leather ; Morrill uri<i Fletcher, Starch. 
Concord— Wm T Kichardnon, Axes ; Chase, May and Hills, Lioiccd 
Oil ; John G Darling, Goodall and Hill, Starch. 



MANUFACTURERS. — CLERGYMF.N. 77 



Lunenburg-k — Thomas Downer, Tully Strobridge, Leather} Geo W 
Gates, Starch. 



Crrand Isle County. 

Alhurgh — Job Babcock jr., Leather. 
Qrand Isle — Simeon S Wright, Leather. 
JiTorth Hero — Elibu Parks, Leather. 
South Hero — S Turner, Leather. 



Congregational Ministers. 

[From the Minutes of the General Convention, 1847.] 

VIHndhant m^ssociation. I 

Brattleboro — A H Clapp, East., Joseph Chandler, West ; Cambridge- \ 
port — S Colef ; Dummerston — B F Foster ; Foyetteville — Darwin Ad- ' 
ams ; Grafton — M B Bradford ; Halifax — William Miller, West H:, ' 
Alpheus Graves ; Jamaica — S Lincoln* f j Marlboro' — Abel Pattenf ; J 
Peru — AS Swift* f; Putney — Amos Foster; Saxtoii's River — A Di 
Barberf ; Strattoii—A W Nottf ; Townshend—R N Graves ; Wards- \ 
boro' — S G Tenney, North W., Willard Brigham ; fVestviinister — Wm i 
H Gilbert, East, Alfred Stevens, West ; Windham — S R Arms ; Win- \ 
hall — A W Nott.f Unsettled — Nelson Barbour ; Broughtou White, ' 
Putney 5 Timothy E Ranney, returned Missionary. I 

Addison •^9sociation» ! 

Addison — Benj Abbottf ; Bridport — L W Clarkf ; Charlotte — Joel i 
Bingham ; Cornwall— S W Magill ; Middlebury—T A Merrill, Sara'l ' 
G Coe ; JV'eic Haven — Samuel Hurlburt ; Salisbury — Geo W Barrows ; I 
Shoreham — J F Goodhue ; Vergennes — H F Leavitt ; Weybridge — T I 
A Merrill.f Unsettled — Benj Labaree, Middlebury ; James Meach^ , 
am, Middlebury ; Joshua Bates, Northboro', Mass.} William Fowler, i 
Amherst, Mass.; John M Frazier, Ferrisburgh. | 

JRoyalton •Association. \ 

Pittsfleld—3 B Clark* t; Bethel— M. Kingman; jBarnarrf— Calvin i 
Selden ; Ruyalton — Cyius B Drake ; Brookfield — Daniel Wild ; Ran- I 
dolph — G Butterfield,! Centre. S Sparhawk, West R. Unsettled — j 
Benj Abbott, Addison ; Daniel Parker, Brookfield ; Joel Davis, Croy- | 
den, N. H.; John A Vinton, Hanover, N. H, I 



Rutland •Association. 

Benson — Azariah Hyde ; Brandon — Moses Chase ; Castleton — Jo- 
seph Steele ; Clarendon — Ezra Jonesf ; Chittenden — Chauncey Tay- 
lor ; Fairhaven — John B Shaw ; Orwell — Rufus SCushman; Pitts- 
ford — Charles Walker ; Rutland Hurlburtf, West R. Aldace 

Walker; WalUngford — Wm Mitchell. j Unsettled — H O Higley, 
Castleton; Amasa Stuart, Lowndesboro', Ala.; LLTilden, Corn- 
wall ; S M Wheelock, Rutland ; E J Hallock, Castleton ; Cephas H 
Kent, Benson ; Ulric Maynard, Castleton. 

Orleans tAssociation. 

Albany — Elias R Kilby ; Barton — Levi H Stonef ; Brownington — 
Wm Scales,! A LTwilightf; Charleston — Jacob S Clark, f East C, 
J T Howard,! West C; Coventry— A R Gray ; Craftsbury—S R Hall ; 
Glover — L H Stonef ; Greensboro' — William A Chapin ; Holland — J T 
Howard ; Irasburgh — James Johnson ; Morgan — Jacob S Clark ; JVeic- 

(*) Ministers not members of the Association, (j) Stated Supply, j 



78 CLERGTMBN. 

port— E R Kilby ; Troy and Jforth Troy—C W Piperf ; Westfidd— 
James D Hills. Unsettled — Rtuhon Mason, Glover; Moses PClark, 
Greensboro'; Elbridge Knighi, Cral"Ubuiy ; Geo Stone, North Troy; 
Ora Pearson, Barton. 

^fEontpetier vlasociatiouo 

Barre — Andrew Royce ; Berlin — Austin Hazen ; Montpelier — Wm 
H Lord, E J Comings* ; J^orVifidd — Samuel Benton ; Plainfield — Cal- 
vin G range rf ; Slowe — (liram Carlton ; liaitsfied — Churles Duren t ; 
If'aterbury — A G Peasef ; WilliaiiiStoicn — E VV Taylor. Unsettled — 
James Flobart, Berlin : John H Beckwith, Johnson ; John F Stone, 
Secretary of Vt. Domestic Missionary Society, Montpelier. 

Orange ttatocialioM. 

Bradford— S\\^ McKeen ; Oulsea—T S Hubbard*! ; CorintA— So- 
lon Martin; Fuirlee — D Campbtllf; J^eicbury — Geo VV Campbell ; 
Post .yfilU—S y\0Tse\ ; Strafford— A H Cutter; T/uT/brd— E G Bab- 

*" " ' "est Fair- 

•tary Vt. 
.,.„.^ ^„„...^ , _-.. ».w„Q„.., .._..„„.,... , ^ „ ....„.., „..^.„,id ; Still- 
man Morgan, Topsham, who no longer officiates aa a stated supply. 

JVortk t§*e»iern •Msaociation. 

Colchester — A Xush ; Essex — D Warren ; Hine.iburrrh — O S Hoyt ; 
Jdilton — James Dougherty ; Jericho — F B Wheeler ; Richmaad — Guy 
C Sampsont ; South Hero — O G Wheeler ; Undcrhill — Simeon Parme- 
lee ; lfetiford—J H Woodward ; mUiston-l^ G Bingham ; Berk- 
shire— ¥ Taylort, East B.; Enoshur<rh—J C Wilder; Fairfield— A J \ 
Samson ; Hi<rh<Tatc — E W Kelloggf ; ■Montgomery — Sewall Paine ; Su 
Albans — W Smith ; Swanton — E H Dorman ; Franklin — L S French ; 
Georgia — G W Ranslow ; MorrLstoion — S Robinson ; St. Albans Bay — | 
Calvin B Cady.f Unsettled— J Wheeler, J Torroy, W G T Shedd, 
J K Converse, !1 P Hickok, A Fleming, Burlington ; E J Boardman, | 
Randolph ; T Reynolds, Fairfax ; E Jones, Bakersfield ; T H Can- 1 
dcld, Weatherstield ; Sam'l Marsh, Wolcott ; P Kingsbury, Sheldon, I 




Fatelei tSBBOcintion. 

Bennington — Jacob J Abbott, 1st, A Loomis, 2d ; Patclet — Elijah 
H Bonney ; Rupert — R A Watkinsf ; Manchester — James Anderson ; 

Dorset Hudson! ; .Arlington — J J Gilbertf ; Jifiddletovn 

Payne. t Uwsettleo— John Griswold, Paw let ; J D Wickham, Burr 
Som., Manchester; Lyman Coleman, Princeton, N. J. ; David Wil- 
son, Hebron, N. Y.; Rufus Clapp, Chester, N. Y. 



nHndBor •iBaoeiaiioM, 

Chester— a M Stone ; Hartland—E J Squier ; Proctorsviile—i Well- 
man! ; J^orvcich — CBHadduck*t; Plymouth — T Baldwin; Spring- 
field— h Taylor ; H'eatAersfield—T H Canfieldt ; fieston—S U Tol- 
man* f ; 'f'"o<iv£orfc — W Wright. L^wsettled — Jos Tracy, Boston, 
Mass ; N Bishop, Windsor ; T Kidder, Chaplain to Vt, Slate Prison ; 
3 Stone, Maine ; W Warren, Ladlow. 

ValedoMia •^Baeriation. 

DanvUle—liAvxA Ptrrv; Pfacham—Da\'n\ Meirill : CabotS N Rob- 
in«ont; Hardwick — J Umiorwood ; Barnel — O A llubbardt; ffaWr- 
ford—E Smith ; Burke— John Clark ; Lyndon— Wm VV Tliayor; St. 
Johnsbury — J P Stone, Rufus Case. Unsettled — Luther Jcwett, St. 
Johiishury ; KiaJi Bailoy, Hard wick ; J B White, Barnet. * 



CLEBGYMBI*. 79 

Jf'hite JSirer t^sgociation* 

JVorwich JV*. — E B Emersion ; Quechee — John Dudley t ; Sharon — 
John Adams ; Went Hartford — Wm Clairgettt ; PFhite River — John K 
Lord, (dismissed) ; Windsor — Franklin Butler. 

EjaMcaster vissociationm 

Oranby — John Wooster ; Ouildhall — T Hallj ; Lunenburg — Jere- 
miah Glines. 

The next General Convention will meet at Brandon, 3d Tuesday in 
Jane, 1848. 



Methodist Episcopal Clergymen. 

APPOINTMENTS OF THE VERMONT CONFEEENOE. 
Jflontpeiier Ifistrict* 

J. CURRIER, P. E. 

MontpeUer, A Webster; Barre, R Bedford; Berlin, A L Cooper; 
Royalton, J L Slason ; Tunbridge, D Willis; Chelsea, ECopeland; 
Washington and Orange, A Newton ; WUliamstown and Brookfield, D 
Field ; Rochester, O M Legate ; JVorthJield, A G Button ; Waitsfield, 
H T Jones ; Warren, Wm Rankin ; Moretown, R H Kimball ; Middle- 
sex, N Webster ; Randolph, I D Rust ; Bethel, I Beard ; East Mont- 
peUer, H Hitchcock : Plainjield, J W Perkins ; Oaysville, Z Twitch- 
ell ; Pittsfield, G B Houston ; Corinth, L Hill ; Bradford and East Co- 
rinth, A T Bullard, O Dunbar. 

MPanviiie Mtisirict* 

S. P. WILLIAMS, P. E. 

Danville, J 6 Dow ; Peacham and Bamet, H P Cushing ; Oroton, S 
S Cooke ; St. Johnsbury, D Packer ; East St. [Johnsbury, John Mc 
Laughlin ; Lyndon and Kerby, J S Loveland ; Sutton and Burke, P N 
Granger ; Barton and Olover, D S Uexter ; Barton Landing and 
Brownington, G Putnam ; Irasburgh, S Chamberlin ; Albany, H J 
Wooley ; Craftsbury, E Gale (deceased) ; Wulden, N W Scott ; South 
Hardipick, O S Morris ; Cabot, P Frost ; Calais, W Hemenway ; 
■Xeicbury, Haynes Johnson ; Lunenburgh, Jonathan VV]jjtney ; Ouild- 
hall, Jonathan Gale ; Derby and Holland, P Ray, J S Spinney ; West- 
field, A Hitchcock. 



Springfieid Mtistrict* 

CHARLES R. HARDING, P. E. 

Springfield, J C Aspeowall ; Chester, A Carter ; ProetorsvUle, E 

j Robinson ; Perkinsville, Z S Haynes ; West Windsor, A H Fullerton ; 

I Felchville, J A Sherburne ; Hartland, A C Smith ; Woodstock and 

I Bridgctoater, J H Patterson ; Barnard, J L Smith ; East Barnard, C 

I Fales, P Merrill; Mt. Holly, James Smith; Londonderry, E Pettin- 

gill, C D Ingrabara ; J^orth Wardsboro', C W Kellogg ; Wilmington, 

W J Kidder ; Wardsboro', Moses Adams ; Putney, H Eastman ; A- 

tbens, M Spencer ; Bellows Falls, I Smith ; Union Village and West 

J^orwich, P Mason ; Hartford, J W Bemis. 

H C Wood, Principal of Springfield Wesleyan Seminary. W M 
Mann, transferred to the N E Conference, and stationed 2d M. E. 
Church, Charlestown. F Q, Burrows, transferred to N. H. Confer- 
ence. C T Hinman, transferred to the Michigan Conference. 

The next session of the Vermont Conference will be held at Barre, 
July 5, 1848, 



I 80 rLER«:TM£;t. 

, APPOINTMENTS OF TROY CONFERENCE FOR VT. 
Tf^ C^r. !•.) niatrUi. 

J. ILARKE, F. E. 
h'dliamstovn, .Vt, and Pownal^ C Dcvol, E Washburn j BtuKing- 
ton, K Wescott, J Bceman. 



Saratmga C«V. I*.) Ifittrict. 

E. GOSS, P. E. 
Arli*gtcmy A Ford. 

F^nllMftf IMiitrict. 

J. AYRES, P. E. 
PouUney, P R Slover ; Fairhaccn, D Osgood ; Paitlet, C Meeker ; 
Rutland and PitUfvrd, H Warner jr,. S Hnlbert, J E Bowen, AC 
Rice ; Brandon, M Ludlam ; Benson and IJortonvilU, L Potter ; Or- 
well, R H RobinRon. C R Wilkins ; Dorset and Manche.it<r, A Camp- 
bell ; Danby and Eoit Dorset, B Cox ; Custleton, H O Meeker, Troy 
Conference Academy, J T Peck, Principal ; Z Masun, Teacher. 

JBitrttHgton Ifiitrict* 

B. M. HALL, P. E. 
BurliHztoH, H L Starkd ; Shelbum, H Dunn ; Charlotte, A Lyon ; 
\ Ferrisburrrk, C H Love joy ; Vcrgennts, A F Feulon ; Addison and 
I Panton, \\ H Hageltire ; Whiting, W Foster ; Weybridi't, R T 
I Wade ; Middltburv, E B iiubbard ; Leicester, S Hcwes ; Bristol, W 
Ford ; StaTlu^boru'^', >1 B Gre^g ; Monkton,G S GtJ^d ; Ilinejburgh, W 
i P Grttve< ; fidliston, C. C \VcHe. 

M*ial4$burgh (^J%\ 1\) MUttrict. 

D. STARKS, P. E. 
Grand Isle, I F Craig ; .Vorth Hero, J HaU ; Alhurgk, J F Chara- 
bcrl.iJD ; IsU LaMuU, H V> Taylor. 

St. Albans UittricS. 

II. MEEKER, P. E. 

St. Albans, O Gregg ; Fairfax, J Fnss.tl ; Cambridge, \ C Rohc ; 

Milton, W W Atwal<.-r, J 8 Hart ; Essex and Coif luster, J L Cook, li 

*' Simmons ; M'inooski, 11 H Jifmith ; H'atcrbury and Stotre, W .M 

<! 1(1, J S .Mult ; .MorruUien, D II Lovciand ; Johnson and H'alerriUe, 

If S Smith ; Bakernfield and Enosburgh, 7, 11 Brown; Bfrkskire, J 

A Wliite ; Sheldim, A 8 Cooi»er ; Sieanton, J D While. 

- Maltiiion tranfforrcd to the Iluiiuii Conference. Ezra i^praguo 

;• ni the luinistry. 

' iilcrrnce will be beJdal Troy, N, Y., Sute St. Church, 



Ju; 



Unitarian ClergyMU€Mk» 

BrauUboro'' — Farrinfrion Mclntirc. 

Burlington— O W U Pcobod;r. 

Marl'iuro^— 

I'ornfrri— 

yrrnan— 

H'lndsor — 9 SaHroarih. 



CLEhGTMEN. St 

Universalist Clcrgj-meii. 

Sakcrsjield, U F CuVing; Barrc, J E I'almer ; South Barre, RS 
, Sanborn : J\''iirt}i Bennington, Elijah Bump ; Bethel^ E Garfield ; Brat- 
\ tleboro\ J H Willis ; IVest Brattlcboro', J S Leo ; Brid^reicater, J 
j Mendall ; Calais, L Warren, P Hersey, Cavendish, W N Barber ; 
' East Clarendon, C Woodhouse ; Concord, C C Clark ; Craft.^bury, 3 
' Wiilev ; Glover, S W Squire ; Hartford, Clark R Morse ; Hartland, 
I L W Daggett J Jericho Centre, S VVakcfield; Ludlow, J A Henry ; 
I Lyndon Centre, L H Tabor; Jl7'77JipeZter, Eli Bailou ; East. Jiluldlebury , 
I O D Miller ; ProctorsvUle, W Skinner ; East Randolph, N C Hodgdon ; 
! Reading, J Forrester ; Readsboro\ Joy Bishop; Richmond, T Brown- 
' ing ; Rochester, G S Gurnsey ; Rockingham, J Hemphill; Shorehum, 
I K Haven ; Sprhi^field, W S Ballou, G W Bailey ; St. Albans, W J 

Goss; St. Johnsbury Centre, J W Healy ; Stuckbridge, S A Johnson ; 
i S/oice, H Sampson ; South Stru^ord,*i C Baldwin, S C Eaton ; South 

Troy, J H Burnham ; ff'allingford, D Chapin ; Weston, S C Loveland ; 

Whitingham, H F Ballou ; Wdliamstown, E C Payne ; iViUiamsvtUe, 

(Ne^vfane) O Warren ; H'llliston, J Gregory ; Wilmin.qton, J W Bai- 
I ley ; IVoodstock, D M Reed ; South Woodst'i-k, W Livingston. 



Fi-ee-W'ill Baptist Clea-gymeii. 

[From the Free-Will Baptist Register for 1847.] 
Straffbrd Qnafterly Jfleeting. 

Andover, H K Grain ; Bridgeicatcr and Plyinou}h, Warren King ; 
Cavendish, James Morgan ; East Randolph, Thomas Moxley, Nathan 
Moxley ; Strafford, Aaion Buzzeil, John Pettengill, Eli Clark, Nelson 
Haitshoin*; jMt. Holly, Wm Warner; Tunbridge, George Hackett ; 
Tanbridffe Centre, David Galley; Plymouth, Almon Shepardj Ply- 
mouth and Ludlow, Isaac Jackson ; Windsor, Abel Adams. 

BnnliMffton Qitartcvly ^fleeting. 

West Craftshury, Calvin Moxley ; Duxbury, Calvin Huntley; Mid- 
dlesex, Benj Chatterton ; 1 Starksbo'o\ Joshua Tucker, N W Bixby ; 
2d do. Clinton Peck* ; Stowe, Samuel Lord, L E Bixby, E B Fuller ; 
Underhill, Edward Fay, E P Fay*, Orange Dike ; Waterbury Centre^ 
Ira Gray. 

IJ'hceloc'k Quarterly •ITeeting. 

Coventry, John Wilson; Cannan. Caleb Ingalls ; Charleston, H 
Brackett ; Lyndon, David Q,uimbv, Moses A duimby ; Lyndon Centre, 
T P Moulton ; Goshen Gjjre, John Garlield ; I Sutton, David Cross ; 
2d do. J Woodman, Mark Hill ; 1 Sheffield, S Drown, "W H Gray* ; 
2d do. Abel Bugbee ; Worcester, Moses Folsom, Lucius T Harris* ; 
W^aWen, Moses Henderson ; Woodbury, lisdc Swan, Samuel Mann ; 
South Wheelock, J E Flanders ; Wolcutt, H W Harris. 

EiiosburgU Qnarterly ^lleetittg, 

1 Enoshurgh, A Kilburn ; Od do. D M Ladd : Franklin, S Gladden* ; 
Berkshire, R Austin. 

Corinth Quarterly fleeting. 

J^Torlhfield, Nathaniel King ; Chelsea, Gilman Sanborn ; East Wd- 
liamstown, O Shipman, Silas Buzzcll* ; West Fairlee, Step'n Leavitt ; 
1 Orange, S Cummins, G W Richardson ; 2d do. H F Dickey*. 

Rutland Quarterly *Ji.eeting. 

West Rutland, B S Baxter, 
* L'nordained. 

6 



88 CLEBOYMK!*. 

Baptist Associations in Vemtont. 

[From the Baptist Almanac for 1847.1 

Names. Clerks. 

AddisoD County, C E Miles, AddiKon. 

Bane, J H Crowley, Shaion. 

Danville, R Goddinjf, Hurke. 

Fairfield, J M Beeman, Fairfield. 

Onion River, M G Hodffo, Colchester. 

ShafUbury, N H Boltum, ShnOsbury. 

Vermont, J M Rockwood, Rutland. 

Windham County, J C Foster, Brattleboro'. 

Woodstock, L Hayden, Saxlon's River. 



Episcopal Clergymen for tlie Diocese of Vermont* 

The Rt. Rev. John Hep»rt Hopkins, D. D., Bishop of the Diocese, 
and Rector of St. Paul's Church, Burlington. 

PRESBYTERS. 

Albert H. Bailey. Rector of St. Thomas's Church, Brandoo. 

C R Batchelder, 

Henry B ackaller. Rector of Zion Church, Manchester. 

Joel Clap, D. D., Rector of St. James' Church, Woodstock. 

Charles Cleveland, Rector of Trinity Cbonlfa, Shelburne. 

Henry M Davis 

John A Fitch, Rector of Grace Church, Sheldon, and Christ Church, 
Enosbiir>;h. 

John A Flicks, D. D., Rector of Trinity Church, Rutland. 

Oliver Hopcon. Rector of St. John's Church, East Poultncy, and St. 
Paul's, Wells, 

George B M-dnscr, Rector of Christ Church, Montpelier. 

Louis M'Donald. 

Josiah Perry, Rectoi of Union Church, Ft. Albana, 

Joseph P Phillips, Rector of St. Stephen's Church, Middleburj. 

John B Priidt, Rector of Christ Church, Guilford. 

Albin K Putn.im, Rectoi of Inimanuel Church, Bellows Falls. 

Edward F Putnnm, Rector of Trinity Church, Fairfield, and Christ 
Church, Fairfax. 

Josiah Sweit, Rector of Christ Church, Bethel. 

Ezekiel H Sayles, Rector of Union Church, Montgomery, and Calva- 
ry Church, 'Bcrkshi.-p. 

Fopter Th-jyer, Rector of St. Paul's Church, Verwennes. 

Frederick H Wadleigh, Rector of St James' Church, .\rlington. 

Zadock Thompson, Deacon, Burlington. 



Members of Congrc's for Maryland. 

DistricL 

1 John G Chapman,* 

2 J Dixon Roman,* 

3 T W I,i5on,t 

4 R M ,MrLane,t 

5 .\loxand»-r Evans,* 
C John W Cri.field.* 

• Whigs, t DemocraU. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT OF VERMONT. 83 

Civil Goverimi eiit of Vermont. 

His ExcELLKNcr HORACE EATON, Enosburgh, Oovemor. 

GEORGE HOWES, Montpelier, Trea-surer. 

SILAS H. HODGES. Rutland, Auditor of Accounts, 

JOSEP- BERRY, Newbury, Auditor in the Treasury Department. 

JAMES McM SHAFTER. Burlington, Seeretarv of State. 

F. W. HOPKINS, Rutlanrl, Adjutmt and Inspector General. 

D. W. C. CLARKE, Burlington, Q^uarter Master General. 

LUTHER CROSS, Montpelier, Sargeant-at-Arms. 

FREDERICK BILLINGS, \\ oodstock, Sec. of Civil and Mil. Aff^a, 

GUS rVUS H. LOOiMIS, Montpelier, Librarian. 

SKNATE. 
His Honor, LEONARD SARGEANT, Manchester, Lt. Governor. 
DeVVitt C Clarke, Burlington, Secretaiy. 
Thomas E. Powers, Woodstock, Assistant Secretary. 
SSemuinglon,''-BLACKidiy E. Beownell, Pownal, farmer. 

Hem AN Morse, Dorset, I'airaer. 
JWHudhantf John Kimball, Putney, attorney. 

Peter W. Dean, Grafton, manufacturer. 
Larkin G. Mead, Brattleboro', attorney. 
t¥*ind*orf Artemas Cushman, Rochester, merchant. 

Harvey Burton, Norwich, attorney. 
Robert B. Cram, Norwich, physician. 
Dearborn H. Hilton, Chester, merchunt. 
Rnttand, Geohge T. Hodges, Rutland, merchant. 

John Fox, Wallingford, physician. 
Henry Stanley, Poultney, manuf. 
•^ddigoitf William Nash, New Haven, farmer. 

Jra Stewart, Middlebury, farmer. 
OranffCf *Henry Keyes, Newbury, merchant. 

+W1LLIAM Sweatt, Thetford, physician. 
*J. P. Kidder, West Randolph, attorney. 
Chittenden, Jamin Hamilton, Jericho Centre, physician. 

Alexander Ferguson, Huntington, merchant. 
^*ashingtont*Mosi£.i Robinson, Northfield, farmer. 

♦Nathaniel Bancroft, Plainfieid, physician. 
Caledonia^ *Samuel B. Mattocks, Danville, clerk, 

*Sewall Bradley, Wheelock, merchant. 
Franklin, Geo. W. Foster, Swanton Falls, attorney. 

RuFus Hamilton, Montgomery, farmer. 
Lucas R. Beeman, Fairfax, farmei. 
Orleant, Elisha White, Brownington, farmer. 

Mjamtoilte, *B. S. Miner, Cambridge, physician. 
JESsitex, D. Hibbard Jr , Concord, farmer. 

Grand lale, *Giles Harrington, Alburgh, attorney. 
Ret. Elisha J. Scott, Montpelier, Chaplain, 
Moses Hawks, Bennington, Duor-Keepv. 
Andrew E. Field, Orange, Assistant Door-Keeper. 
J. P. C. CoTTRiLL, Montpelier, Messenger. 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 
SOLOMON FOOT, Rutland, Speaker. 
Ferrand F. Merrill, Montpelier, Clerk. 
Chalon F. Davey, Burlington, Assistant Clerk, 
Norman Durant, Tunbridge, Engrossing Clerk. 
Shuhael Flint, Berlin, Door-Keeper. 

Henry Isham, W. H. Hartshorn, Harry Vail, Officers of the House. 
J. T Hazen, Woodstock, »V«i«CTi^«T. 
* Democrats ; the others are Whigs. 



84 BEPRESENTATITEB, VOTES VOR GOV., POPULATION, GR. LIST. 



Towns. Bepresentatirea. -2 

« 
JBettntHglon rontilg* 

./irlington, fc'yrus Hill, merchant, 142 
Banungtun, Ju's P GiK>fTey, iner't, 377 
Dorset, Jiimes Curlis,* iron-t'ounder, 132 
Glastenb ury, iohn KIwcll,* farmer, 
Land^ove, David WHoy, farmer, 28 
Manchesttr,iohn»on R Buirett,*fttr., 1()4 
Peru, Ezra Dodiji' jr., farmer, 59 

Povnal, Jonalhun 5» Carpenter, far., 201 
Headsboro,, John Runycn,* farmer, 3t) 
Rupert, Jotieph B Harwood, farmer, 98 
Sand irate, 76 

Srarsburg^h, Solomon Rich,* farmer, 13 
Shaftibut y, i) J George,* machinist, 117 
Stamford, John Pratt,* farmer, 39 

Sinidcrlaiid, William Kelly,* farmer, 29 
h'inhall, Francis Kidder, farmer, G9 
Wocdjt'rd, VVm Alvorion,* teamster, 52 






•"- *; Pop. Gt. List, 
" S 1840. 1847. 

n Til 



Total, 
'WSndkau* eottnty. 

Mhcns, 2.> 

BrattLeboro\ John R Blake, farmer, 233 
Brooldiuc, Asa Flint,! farmer, 24 

Dover, Joel Lyman,* carp., IH 

DwiViCTiton, NV'm O IMiller, farmer, 100 
Graflon, Bcnj H BridLnnan, phys'li, 141 
Guilford, Nathan P CTiapin, farmer, 127 
Ifahfax, Jonas Scott, tanner, 123 

Jamaica, 93 

Londonderry, David Arnold, farmer, 115 
Marlbiro\ t^ylvester VVoiden,* fui., 79 
J^Tewfane, Marshal Newton, farmer, 1J8 
Putney, W P Richardson, farmer, 115 
Rockingham, Benj Smitli,* farmer, 218 
Somerset, Ephr^im Rice,* farmer, G 

Strattoii, .^nios Parsons, farmer, 2l5 

Tovmskend, AureliuR C Ilownrd, fiir.,12;> 
yemon, Joseph E Franklin,* firmer, 56 
Wardaburo'', Erasmus Plinipton,*nier.85 
tfejitrntiiifter, Ira Goodhue, farmer, 138 
n'liiiiiisrhum. Waters Gillell,*phy'n,l 16 
J>'<hniiii'tfin, 79 

IViudJidin, feiueon Pierce, farn»er, 103 



1G25 1543 




3 16872 $46106 30 



27 
96 
31 
17 
62 
86 
51 
70 
61 
49 
73 

107 
66 

203 
23 
25 
49 

r>6 

85 
91 
153 
95 
36 



25 
31 
11 
4-3 
3 
4 
12 



33 
5 

18 



14 

7 
38 

42 



79 

8 



378 
2624 

328 

729 
12G3 
1326 
1525 
1399 
1586 
1216 
1027 
1403 
1383 
2330 

262 

341 
1515 

703 
1102 
155ii 
1391 
1296 

7;17 



$1041 53 
105<;5 10 
837 79 
2120 87 
2994 01 
3200 64 
4824 14 
2653 77 
3145 84 
2IG-1 46 
2744 40 
4527 84 
4474 91 
8050 85 
767 94 
605 13 
4395 24 
2590 07 
2790 19 
5460 54 
3196 42 
4073 86 
1878 40 



Total, 2265 1622 424 27442 $79033 S4 
Vf*<M<#«or rountif. 

Anduvtr, John Adiiins, farmer, 53 10 56 877 §1912 70 

Baltimore, 16 2 155 

Barnard, Hirom Aikcns,* farmer, 108 H.S 41 1774 

BcOiei, 107 105 81 1886 

Wru/^^rwafcr, R W Sonthgate,* far., 83 116 62 1363 

Cavendish, John F Deanc, f.ttorney, 242 18 30 1427 

* Democrats ; t Third Party ; the others are WhigK, 



482 71 
3808 57 
4<i:38 33 
2a'')9 45 
C041 45 



REPRESENTATIVES, VOTES FOR 


GOV. 


, P0fULAT10?», GR. 


LIST. 95 


Towns. Representatives. 


a 
o 




'a ts 


Pop, 
1840. 


Gr. List, 
1847. 




u 


c J 


M m 






Chester, Rodney Sherwin,*merch't 


,160 


189 


56 


2305 


$7486 38 


Hartford, John "Porter, farmer, 


J 68 


65 


41 


2194 


6560 95 


Hartland, Hampden Cutts. farmer, 


194 


131 


26 


2341 


7750 40 


Ludlow, Wm K Manning, machin., 


153 


31 


102 


1363 


3959 So 


J^ormch, William Loveland, far., 


1:20 


110 


52 


2218 


5135 66 


Plymouth, Moses Pollard jr., farmer 


.108 


29 


32 


1417 


3150 07 


Pomfret, Ofiver Leonard,! farmer, 


99 


86 


51 


1774 


4210 66 


ReaAinff, Charles Buck, faimer. 


104 


62 


16 


1363 


3890 09 


Rochester, 


124 


40 


88 


1396 


3181 25 


Royahon, Romanzo Walker, att'y, 


153 


74 106 


1917 


5204 13 


Sharon, John C Baldwin,* farmer, 


9G 


128 


22 


1371 


3175 20 


Springfield, James Whipple, farmer,233 


111 


31 


2625 


8403 84 


Stiickbridire-, 


63 


40 


83 


1418 


2795 38 


Weathersfield, Hyren Henry, mecli.. 


176 


3-2 


31 


2081 


6707 75 


IVeston, Stephen Smith, mechanic, 


111 


21 


40 


1032 


2393 91 


Windsor, Dyer Story, physician, 


299 


114 


35 


2744 


8803 69 


Woodstock, JTulius Converse, att'y, 


389 


97 


48 


3315 


9967 59 


Total, 


3359 1786 1130 


40356$! 12560 72 | 


Rutland county. 










r 


Benson, Loyal C Kellogg,* attorney 


,116 


67 


4 


1403 


$4880 92 


Brandon, Nathan T Sprague,! far., 


150 


76 145 


2194 


7089 69 


Castlcton, Timothy W Rice, golds'h,]93 


76 


20 


1769 


6118 63 


Chittenden, Wm H Harrison, farmer. 61 


53 


14 


644 


1585 99 


Clarendon. Walter Ross, farmer. 


119 


91 


21 1 


1549 


5791 14 


Danby, Galen J Locke,* physician, 


117 


95 


7 


1379 


4779 53 


Fairhaven, Wm C Kittredge, att'y, 


72 


12 


11 


633 


2054 69 


Hubbardton, Pliny Holmes, farmer, 


68 


43 


6 


719 


2066 52 


Ira, Amos Tower, farmer, 


53 


J9 


6 


431 


1467 92 


Mendoji, Jared Long, farmer. 


48 


34 


15 


545 


1051 36 


MiddletowH, Harris G Otis, merch't 


,106 


91 


13 


1057 


2602 27 


Mt. Hollv, Abijah Cole, mech,. 


165 


8 


31 


1356 


3337 14 


Mt. Tabor, David Bolster,* fanner, 


10 


18 


9 


226 


714 11 


Orwell, Albert L Catlin, farmer, 


148 


24 


7 


1504 


7981 01 


Pawlet, 


132 


97 


15 


1748 


6655 23 


Pittsfield, Calvin Joyslin,t farmer. 


37 


26 


36 


615 


952 79 


Pittsford, Jeffrey Barnes, farmer, 


155 


124 


26 


1927 


7133 GO 


Povltncy, Amon Bailey, manuf.. 


208 


18 


42 


1878 


6835 08 


Rutland, Solomon Foot, attorney. 


328 


97 


60 


2708 


11544 27 


Sherburne, Rufus Richardson jr., inn, 45 


49 


16 


498 


910 00 


Shrewsbury, David B Jones, merch't, 77 


125 


8 


1218 


4313 73 


Sudbury, John C Sawyer,* merchant, 45 


72 




796 


2139 88 


Tinmovih, Dexter Gilbert, farmer, 


108 


4 


8 


780 


2654 94 


WalUnsford, Stephen Hyde,* far., 


119 


126 


25 


1608 


7432 67 


li ells, John S Hulett, farmer. 


93 


66 


5 


740 


1869 65 


West Haven^ Seneca Field, farmer, 


69 


29 




774 


2142 05 


Total, 


2843 1540 550 1 


30699$l06i03 45 


t^ddison county. 












Avery''s Oore, 








78 




Addison, Carlton E Miles, clerg'n, 


78 


4 


25 


1232 


$5911 55 


Bridport, John B Huntley, tanner, 


132 


23 


9 


1480 


5680 72 


Bristol, Horatio Needham,t att'y, 


83 


54 


48 


12.33 


3133 40 


Cornwall, Calvin G Tilden, farmer. 


88 


6 


29 


1164 


3730 81 


Ferrisburgh, Hartwell Powers, far. 


,126 


23 


47 


1755 


7133 39 



80 REPR£SEnTATITE9, TOTKS FOR 


<?ov. 


rOPIIL»TIO«r, GR. LIST. | 




Towns. Beprepentativcs. 


c 
o 

e 


= E -3 3 


Pop. 
1840. 


G List, 
1847, 




Goshen, William Carlysle, farmer j 


-.,64 


4 33 


621 


$914 25 




OrannlU, 


46 


39 13 


545 


954 01 




Hancock, Horace Robinson, fanner, 


.*» 


33 5 


465 


724 46 




Leuester, iohn Bullock, farmer, 


78 


13 8 


603 


1796 33 




Linculn, A C Allen,* inti-kceper, 


52 


11 13 


770 


1387 11 




1 Middlebury, Har-y Goodrich,* far., 


2^2 


lIvJ 34 1 


31G2 


8254 64 




Monklun, G D Eastmun, blacksmill 


, 79 


61 70 


1310 


3407 85 




A>w Nateriy Eliaa Bottom farmer, 


120 


23 29 


1503 


6164 93 




PanUiTt, John D Smith, farmer, 


54 


12 1 


670 


22M) 41 




Ripton, Sam'l H Hendrick, mech.. 


51 


14 


a'>7 


9-J2 62 




Salisbury, John Prout, nttorney, 


73 


46 1 


942 


2531 77 




Shoriham, Alonzo Birchard, fuimer 


183 


41 3 


1674 


6780 85 




Starksboro*. David Ferguson, c!er.. 


118 


49 57 


1263 


1910 70 




yerffenurs, Edward Sejmour, fur., 


95 


37 17 


1017 


4283 01 




H'alUtam, Josiah Parker,* firmer, 


19 


12 10 


283 


1285 99 




fVeybrid^e, Sardis Do<lge,t farmer, 


55 


22 43 


797 


2787 09 




WhiUng^ \Vm I McAllister, farmer 


, 64 


27 


659 


1883 51 




Total. 


1948 


717 500 1 23583 


173789 41 




Orange county. 












Bradford, George P Baldwin,* far., 


122 


153 40 . 


1655 


4847 56 1 




Braintree, 


58 


142 85 o 


1232 


2863 46 




Brookfield, 


107 


102 117 c 


1789 


4.'i3.'^ 13 




C/uLca, 


148 


195 46 e 


1959 


4970 35 




Curiiith, Ephraim Ward,* farmer. 


122 


lt9 36 ;; 


1970 


5:«6 11 




Fairlee, Lewis Jenkins,* fiirmer, 


33 


56 9 ci 


644 


1905 04 




JVticfritry, Suniue! Grow,* farmei. 


lt9 


228 50 13 


2578 


7444 28 




Orange, David Holbrook, farmer. 


115 


93 11 5 


984 


2099 09 




Randulph, 


158 


156 159 


2678 


9157 23 




Slraffurd, 


128 


104 42 


1762 


5378 39 




ThftforU, Joseph Matson,* mason, 


i:.i 


215 31 


20C5 


53:»8 05 i 




Tupj>hum,i \\ Bacbelder.* attorney, 45 


152 96 


1745 


3926 8:3 




Tuiibnu^e, 


190 


164 40 


1811 


4737 98 1 




Verskirt, Kufus Blanchard,* carp., 


98 


111 31 


1198 


2980 32 1 




WasKington, Daniel FitU,* farmer. 


109 


i:w 20 


1369 


31 129 70 ! 




West Fatrlre, i li Slayton,t merch't 


, 31 


81 45 


824 


1542 6<i; 




tViJliamAtotOTiy 
Total 


loe 

1890 


123 59 1620 
2442 919 18 27873 < 


4254 32 




>74a51 09 




t'hUleudeu Coituly* 












Buel'a dure. 






18 






Bolton, Hoinan H Pinneo,* farmer. 


16 


64 9 


470 


1000 81 




Burltttgitm, V^yllys Lyman,* utt'y. 


,439 


351 66 1 


4271 


18246 72 




Charluiir, Abntr t^riuier, farmer, 


b9 


21 54 


1G20 


5754 60 




Colcku,ter, Jacop Rolfe,* farmer. 


136 


1(.5 20 


1739 


5:W6 06 




tlssez, Samuel '1 brasher, farmer. 


100 


147 40 


1824 


4182 G5,, 




HmnbnTgh, Bial Boynton, manuf.. 


132 


43 84 1 


1(82 


4631 aiii 


Huntington, John Snyder, faimer, 


lUG 


53 33 


914 


1813 Wi 


Jericho, 


141 


107 74 


1685 


4698 86] 




MiUon, Hector Adami, attorney, 


206 


138 15 


2134 


5819 05 




Richmond, 


104 


la-} 34 


1054 


3305 08! 




Hhtlbume, EliJAh Root, engineer. 


82 


59 29 


1096 


4ail 61 




SL fifurge, Colon»'l Pmilh,* farmer 


. 18 


4 I 


121 


360(18 




VndfrhiU, John t^iory,* farmer. 


54 


142 m 


1441 


2253 76 




Wutfvrd, Jonas Hobart,t farmer, 


101 


29 97 


135Q 


3648 10 







REPRESENTATIVES, VOTES FOR 


GOV. 


, POPULATION, GR. 


1ST. 87 


1 

i Towns. Representatives. 


c 
o 

cs 




'3 


a 

t3 


Pop. 

1840. 


G. List, 
1847. 




CiQ 


O 2 


ffl 


ai 






JVillistpn, William H French,t far. 
Total. 


, 82 55 83 
1799 1481 699 


2 


1554 
22977 


4882 56 


$68925 34 


Tf*ashinfftott cotiuty. 














Barre, G W Collamer, far. &. man. 


136 


238 


32 


1 


2126 


6092 06 


, Berlin, Asa Andrus, farmer, 


152 


126 


27 




1598 


39G9 45 


Calais, Shubael Wheeler,* attornei 


t-,28 


204 


30 




17U9 


3546 13 


Duxbury, David Balding, f farmer, 


68 


28 


49 




820 


1576 38 


Fayston, Burr Freeman,* farmer. 


3 


43 


37 




635 


817 44 


Marshfield, 


&S 


112 


18 




1156 


9422 01 


Middlesex, 


106 


95 


33 




1270 


3101 70 


Montpelier, Charles Clark,* phys'n, 


255 


366 


100 


5 


3725 


11358 53 


Moretiiwn, R H KiiTiball.f clergyman, 43 


97 


39 


1 


1128 


2071 03 


JVorthJield, Heman Carpenter, alt'y, 


229 


238 


39 


2 


2013 


4611 48 


Pluivjield, Reuben Huntoon,* tanner, 43 


84 


25 




880 


1925 92 


Roxbury, Benj Edwards jr.,* farmei 


, 29 


91 


32 




784 


1485 28 


IVuitafield. Ithamer Smith, f farmer. 


52 


53 


43 




1048 


2538 85 


ffarren, Denslow Upham,t farmer, 


90 


33 


60 




943 


1602 53 


ff^aterbury, Thaddeus Clough,* far 


,106 


167 


45 




1992 


5060 02 


Woodbury, xMichael Jacksoa,* far., 


20 


136 


26 




1082 


1192 92 


fVoTCCster, 

Total. 


44 39 33 
1493 2152 668 


9 


587 


1051 93 


23506 


$54423 t6 


Caledonia county* 














Bamet, Obed S Hatch,* farmer. 


175 


177 


19 




2030 


4856 96 


Burke, Daniel Beckwith, merchant 


125 


67 




e 


997 


2280 57 


Bradley Fate, 








o 


50 




Cabot, Allen Perry,* farmer, 


57 


144 


52 


c 


1440 


3168 54 


Danville, 


137 


188 


103 03 


2633 


6220 44 


Ooshen Oore by Wheelock, 








O 


142 




Ooshen Oore by Plainjield, 








Pi 


44 




Oroton, 


42 


60 


13 47 


9.58 


1725 75 


Hardwick. David French,f farmer. 


63 


114 


61 




1354 


3778 36 


Harria' Gore 










16 


0000 00 


Kirby, Arunah Leach,* farmer, 


53 


67 


1 




520 


1184 95 


Lyndon. Lucius Kimball,* farmer, 


118 


164 


31 


1 


1753 


4746 29 


JVewark, Jabez Smith, farmer, 


50 


■ 39 


3 




360 


683 87 


Feaeharn, 


123 


103 


17 


6 


1443 


4780 85 


Ryegate^ John McCIure,* farmer, 


67 


84 


25 


1 


1223 


3006 49 


Sheffield, 


34 


77 


12 




821 


1371 04 


St. Johnsbury, M Kittredge, mer., 


240 


141 


14 




1887 


6234 36 


Sutton, Jona Pilhbury,* farmer, 


66 


109 


33 




1068 


1931 82 


ff'alden, Sereno Montgomery,! f^^.. 


50 


94 


45 




913 


1961 67 


Waterfard, Joseph Ide, tanner. 


138 


105 






1388 


3471 13 


Wheelock, JNathaniel Hart,* farmer, 
Total, 


26 74 26 
1564 1807 455 55 


881 


319 99 


21891 S51723 08 1 1 


Franklin county. 














Jlvery^s Oore, 










35 


0000 00 


Bakersfield, Earl Smilie,* mer.. 


62 


99 


52 




1258 


2940 49 


Berkshire, Homer E Royce, att'y 


119 


8-2 


29 




1818 


3238 17 


Enosbnrghy Caleb R Krewer, faimet 


,J61 


59 


61 




2022 


3371 55 


Fairfax., Homer E Hubbell,* att'y 


144 


140 


15 




1918 


3538 44 


Fairfield, William Sherman,* far., 


129 


229 


37 




244S 


4066 36 


F.etcAcr, Joseph King,* blacks'h, 


58 


68 


24 




1014 


2135 38 





•88 1 .. 1 . . , . i .! > 1 .. . . i . t 


r> GOT., porULATIOM,CR 


LIBT. 


Town*. RepreMoUtiTei. 


e 
e 

.3 


'^ ce 




g 


Pop. 
1840. 


Gr. Lict, 

1847. 




b3 


Cx 


a 


OQ 






Franklin, 


115 


59 


«G 




1410 


r?498 09 1 


Georsrui, AIvhii S' " .nn, 


irv5 


47 


14 




2106 


43fil 20 , 


, HiShijr.'e, Dai lu-r 


).'.5 


188 


19 




229S 


4:»74 60 1 


•>''" "••'■-' •' far. 


84 


31 


42 




548 


l?rr 93 


r, I'aruier, 


57 


44 


31 




914 


l.To.'". e=9 ' 


■ fanner, 


I'>2 


149 


19 




1734 


3:A'2 21 1 


>f. .i.i.i .,<, Will lJi..U'> H.» icribe. 


Its 


16d 


57 




2702 


87Sr, 06 


>.-..•■.'. . Ilorulio \V Barney,* far., 


118 


134 


52 




2313 


4330 00} 


T.,til, 


1G31 


1495 498 




21531 


519765 26 


' OrlroHt comity. 






R.C.B. 




Albany, 


41 


09 


62 


I 


920 


$1157 29 


B^irf,,^^ TiTmloD Rohio«on,* fatmcr, 


83 


83 


11 




892 


2-219 50 


'' i/n, John Hryaiit, farmer. 


ra 


32 


1 




486 


935 49 


1. Winihrop Colo,f faimcr 


, 94 


39 


21 


4 


TJl 


1383 24 


' ' -rr. 










10 




1 - . '.c Parker, farmer, 


94 


33 


11 




786 


1.597 21 


' ■ ' I 


52 


59 


37 




1151 


2427 76 


h- !iy, Auroa Hinmnn, fiirmpr. 


IK) 


91 


15 


1 


1881 


3694 70 1 


C». irr, l.indal French,* fiirnur, 


P2 


IK 


16 




1II9 


2139 111 


' ■ ' '', EzfkicI Rnnd,* f.irmci 


, 41 


75 


48 




883 


2074 00 ; 


Micah Forriii, fartnor, 


43 


35 


2 




605 


78<') .52 1 


„ ;, Ilcnry M Bales clerk, 


94 


38 


29 




971 


1795 90 ! 


i Jay, 


9 


14 


20 




308 


390 80j 


1 LovxUy John D irnrdini;,t manuf., 


]7 


46 


37 




431 


928 31 


j Morgan, Simf on Allbce, farmor, 


A1 


11 


4 




422 


»rw 10 


Ketoport, Roawcll Prouly, farn>«r, 


M 


45 


8 




591 


892 98 


Salem, 


28 


16 


3 




299 


427 14 


Troif, Cnait Elkiii*, farmer, 


74 


C5 


19 




8.56 


9117 36 


mutjield. 


31 


45 


12 




370 


860 90 


tVtstmore, 


12 


10 






122 


255 22 


Total, 


1104 


828 359 


6 


13634 §27021 .'.3 ! | 


Eiatmoille cotiMlt/. 








Si 




1 


p,i,...i,,, \ K Wl.iliimorc,* for., 




25 


18 


O 


207 


»415 .50 


■ , 


80 


148 


52 


X 


1790 


4693 65 


> ' ■> A Matth<jw», inn-keo|i'r 


. .18 


42 


.TO 


I 


703 


11.54 79 


Elim,rc, Jo«enh (' Jlailey.t rarmcr, 
Uydqtark, JoJin C Page,* farmer, 


20 


22 


41 




476 


KSO 60 


30 


ing 


47 




1(«0 


2169 90 


J«kiuon, 


67 


89 


64 




1410 


2225 63 


Man^fJd, Ivory Luce,* fanner. 




25 


17 




223 


421 .54 


'.W,:rr..'. -rn, 


47 


130 100 




150-2 


.3634 45 




15 


10 


16 




193 


428 45 


.anici Ruiaell.t farmci, 


29 


115 188 




1371 


3879 44 


IfoZfrri/', Joseph D Fri-f!man,» far. 


,24 


52 


43 




610 


1176 04 


WoltotL, UanicI G Pcnnock,* farmer 


53 


72 


31 




910 


IfvM 19 


TOI-.I. 


403 


839 646 


1 


10475 $92704 16 | 


Kt»0x ftnty. 












1 


ArrriU, 










n 




1 filnomtflH, J«>ri>friMh Wrirht,* fir., 


9 


.33 






197 


$421 43 


r ■■ •• • r - r, 


16 


17 






130 


313 04 


k.'h, I 


21 






1.17 


486 09 




23 


57 


1 




378 


916 05 


,(',,;„//, \', 


131 


75 





9 


1094 


90S6 93 



REPRESENTATIVES, VOTES FOR GOV,, POP. 



LIST. JUSTICES. 89 



Towns. Representatives. 



East ffaven, Abraham Powers, far., 19 
Granby, Charles Cheney, farmer, 15 
(ruUdkall, Stephen Ames, farmer, 6.5 
Lemington, Richird Moigan,* farmer, 10 
Lunciiburgh, Stephen Howe, fiirmer, 139 
Jifaidstone, Charles Stevens,* farmer, 10 
Victory, James Towl, farmer, 10 

IVeiilocic, 



■■^ OS 

1 
10 
38 
20 
88 
38 
14 



K 02 



Total, 447 412 8 2 
Grand Isle connty. 

Alburgh, Solomon J Davis, merch't, 118 64 

Grand Isle, \ht\ Brown, merchant, 72 38 2 

Isle La Mott, Simeon Cooper,* far., 9 51 7 

J^Torth Hero, VViiliam Wilsey, far., 55 50 

South Hero^ Lewis Moti, farmer, 58 30 



Total, 



312 233 9 



Total votes for Governor, — Horace Eaton, 

Paul Dillingham jr., 
Lawrence Brainaid, 
Reuben C Benton, 
Scatterin*' 

Total population, 1840, 291,948 



Pop. 


Gr. List, 


1840. 


1847. 


79 


285 71 


105 


227 65 


470 


1082 78 


124 


321 38 


1130 


1702 72 


271 


551 16 


140 


287 03 


28 




4226 


$8652 57 


1344 


2.532 74 


724 


2119 92 


435 


688 64 


716 


1589 37 


644 


2347 37 


3833 


$9278 04 


22,611 


18,735 




7,017 




80 




18 



Judicial Depai'tmeut. 

SUPREME COURT 

STEPHEN ROYCE, Berkshire, Chief' Justice. 

ISAAC F. REDFIELD, Montpelier,^ 

MILO L. BENNETT, Burlington, | 

DANIEL KELLOGG, Rockingham, )■ Assistant Justices. 

HILAND HALL, Bennington, 

CHARLES DAVIS Danville, J 

Peter T, Washburn, Woodstock, Reporter of Decisions. 

BenniHgton County, 

Beniamin F Morgan, ) a ■ ^ ^ t j r ^i n ^ r> 
Major Hawley, \ *^^^'«''^^* Judges of the County Court. 

Jasper Vial!, Dorset, Sheriff. 

Aaron Denio jr., High Bailiff. 

William S South worth. State's Attorney. 

John M Olin, Judge of Probate for the District of Bennington. 

Ahiman L Miner, Judge of Probate for the District of Manchester. 

Alexander Ruling, John Fay, Joel Volentine, Commissioners for 
the Jail at Bennington. 

John C Roberts, Darwin Andrews, Matthew B Goodwin, Commis- 
sioners for the jail at Manchester. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

j3iiZ/JVGT'0.V.— Harmon Canfield, Lemuel Hawley, E M Ayls- 
worth, Charles G Turner, Harry Gray, Cyrus Holden, John B Lathrop, 
Wm S Holden, Orin Hard, Heman Gray, Curtis Young, Dorman An- 
drew, Wm D Hoyt, Samuel Benedict, Henry W Harrington. 



VO COUKTT Or»-IC£RS. 



fi£A'.N7.VOrO.V.— Samuel H Blickmer, Wm S Soulhworth.Paul 
M Henry, George Benton, John V D Speigic, Omamus C Merrill, Wm 
Haswell, Hymen Tuttle, Nial Rich, Bron«on Harmon, Elhuntin W 
Stiatton, Elisha Root, John Cu^bman, Henry F Uewcy, Uavid F 
Squires, Asahel Harwood, Green Blackmcr, William Burt, Daniel 
Huiin^jr,, Sireno P Peck, Luther Park, John H House, Paul Boyu- 
ton, Newel 8<^uirea, Charles S Colvin, Newman Stratton, Ellis A 
Winslow, L«Ti Jewelt, Anson Wood, Warren Blacknier, Daniel Pad- 
dock, A P Lyman, Dwighi Corkins, Asa Doty. 

DORSET — E D Barnum, llemun Murbc, Bt nj Amos, Royal Sar- 
cenlp, Cyrtu Farwell, Chauncey Greon, Wm Manly, Harvey Holly, 
Geo W Farweli, Eliphalut F^arwell jr., Henry Cushman, J L Sopcr 

OI^STEJVBURV.— Aia. G Hewes, JohnElwell jr., David Hough- 
ton, Jeremiah McDonald. 

I^.YDGROyE.— Anwu Benson, Gideon Davis, Calvin P Mead, 
Elij.ih Woodward, Jonathan F Martin, James .Martin, David Wiley. 

MjiJi,'C HESTER.— i^olomon Bentley, John S Pettibono, Samuel A 
Millett, A B Strait, Samuel Taylor, Amos S Brown, John Lyndon, 
J&ines Lumpson, Francis Wethcrby, Martin S'locum, Amos Petlibuoe, 
James Whcaton, Daniel Roberts jr. 

PERU. — Ira K Batchelder, Murk Batchelder, Freeman Lyon, Am- 
herst Messenger, James Lincoln, Israel Batchelder, Stephen Dudley, 
JamoM Wait, Aaron Burton. 

POHW^L. — Richmond Browncll, Leonard Gaines, EJdy Perkins. 
A Whipple ji., Wm R Blanchard, Orin Bates, I^evi Lincoln, M W 
Potter, Solomon Wright, John A Moore, A G Parker, A B Gardner, 
Jofliuli Wright, Pari? \iles, Alpheus Mattesor., E B Hoxie, David 
Goodell, Russell Niles. Isaac Mc.Master, Stephen Burleson, George 
Wittum, .Moaes Bushnell, Scbustian Wager, Pliny .Morgan, Elijiih 
Wait, Eli Mallary, Joseph B Myers, D W Gardner, John Hall, Noel 
Bar>H-r, Dan'l Lilly, Parker Card, Haibcr Thompson, Benedict C Niles. 

REJiDSBORO' — Jacob Hicks, Jason P Lord, Bcnj S Battles, Rob- 
ert Burrington, Isaac Esty, Wm H FoUctt, Beni B Persons. 

RUPERT.—SA\\\&n Button. Jolm .Moore, lliiam S Smith, Titus 
Sheldon, Henry Sheldon, Josiah G Burton, Seth Sheldon, Joseph Par- 
ker, Joseph Hustings. 

Sj*JVJD«jjr£.— Walter Randall, Marshall Hurd, Horace Hurd, 
James G Brownell, Giandison Shermau, J N B Thomas. 

5>:jJ/iSflt7/?Oy/.— Lysander Kately, Edwin W Harvey, Joseph 
Crosier, Arthur Crozier, Henry t'ro/.ior, John Tinn>'v, John Hall, 
Charles Bond, Robert Riddle, Edson L Rawson, Roswell Pty 

SHJiFTSBURY —\iax\'\ Huling. Henry Mattison, Jos Wuit, W^m 
D 'J'af\, Jared Howard, Caleb .Mattivon, D.ivid Whoelock, Hirnm Bar- 
1 ton, Anron Denio, Warren Mattivon, Philemon Bates, Franklin Dyer, 
John Niles, Martin Ames, Ira Dickinson, Jur'h Matlison, Ncmoq 
Johnson, Flliel Stone, Simeon Martin, Arch'd Olin, John Morse, Calvin 
C I^np, Pcier Mattison,W SC Brownson, ( hn's Nile*, .N Miliington 

fi/Vi^VAO/i/).— Thomni Bralton. Pardon Yaw, Ira Siroud, Otis 
Phili|Mi, John L Willmnrlh, James Houghton, Baxter Adams, John M 
Cloush, Irn Whitney, Timothy Biirbcr. 

8U^ri)ERl^JVD.—JoQl Kinney, Rodolphus Lyman, Michael Jud- 
son, E H Gravis, E A Graves. 

WOODFORD.— WowTo Foot, Henry Lovcland, Nathan Riown, 
Benjamin Gary, Elijah (ireenslit, Wmrark, Jabez Knapp, Phineu 
Uollf*. Simeon Mom", .Sfih P Jones, Charle* Billows, VV m Alvfrson. 
WIKHJILL — Beriah Wheeler, Silas Eildy, John T l^ooard. Jacob 
Gale, Chester Benson, Selb Taylorj r., Horace Gale, Fraocis Kidder, 
Jesse F Butter6eld. 



COUNTY OFFICERS^ 91 

W*iitdha»n County, 

James H Phelps, i ^^^^j^^^ Judges of the Countv CourU 

I nomad Miller, S 

Marshal ^ewton, Newfane, Sheriff. 

Abner T Johnson, High. Bailiff. 

Edward Kirkland, Staters .Attorney. 

Royal Tyler, Judge of Probate for the District of Marlboro''. 

David Ctiiindler, Judge of Probate for the District of Westminster, 

Wm Adams, Benj Ormsbee, Naham Eager, Jad Commisnioners, 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

ATHEJ^S. — Micah Davis, Amos Davis, Lyman EIexander,Tisdale 
Porter, Mark Ball, Nelson VV Oak, Abial Whitney, Jonathan Colton, 
Henry Ful'er. 

B/L^TTZ-jESOiZO'.— Stephen Greenleaf, Asa Keyes, Henry Smith, 
Jonathan D Bradley, Samuel Root, Joseph Goodhue, VViilard Arms, 
Samuel Earl jr., Calvin Townsley, Jonathan Smith, Joseph Stoen, 
Larkin G Mead, Henry Clark, Ebenezer Wells, Lafayette Clark, Roy- 
al Tyler, Edward Kirkland, George B Kejes, Ransliire VV Clark, Cy- 
rus Chamberlin, Reuben Spalding. 

BROOKLLVE. — Samuel Stebbins, Ephraim Park, Joel Harwood, 
Isaac Wellman, Hiram W^hitney, Wm Adams, Samuel Bennett, Asa 
Flint. 

DOVER. — Laban Jones, Asaph Haskins, James Miner, William H 
Jones, Lyman Howe, Wm Walker, Ebenezer Sears jr., David Dexter 
jr.. Liberty Howe, Joel Lyman. 

DUMMERSTOK. — Joseph Duncan, Asa Boyden, Euos Leonard, 
AsaDutton, Asa Knight, Isaac N Knapp, John F Stearns, Joseph 
Dix, John (-'lark, Thomas Miller, John B Miller, Martin Moore, Ben- 
jamin Wiilard, Clark Rice, Reuben Smead, David Bemis, Abel Haven 
jr. Geo R Miller, Wm O Miller. 

G/i./3ii^7'O.V._Thaddeus Taylor, John Wier, Gideon Palmer, Hy- 
man Burgess, Samuel W^alker, Abiahai Stoddard, Ambrose Burgess, 
Henry Walker, Prosper Merrill, Oliver Davis, Thomas Hill, Peter W 
Dean, Wm Whitcomb. Geo W Beard, John Dwinell, B H Bridgman. 

Gt//LF0i2L>.— Samuel Sikes, Ward Bullock, Elihu Field, Barnard 
Lynde, Benjamin W Stevens, Isaac Brown, Aaron C Barney, James 
Noyes, John Mellendy, Gardner Briggs, Willard Martin, Ephraim Ty- 
ler, George Eells, John Lynde, George A Hunt, Henry S Chase, Na- 
than P (. hapin. 

HALIFAX.— Rains K Henry, Isaac B Barber, Isaac Worden, Eli- 
sha Hagar, Amos Tucker, Sanford Plumb, Stephen Otis, Reuben 
Hatch, Calvin Bucklin, Nicholas Clark, Elias Stone, James Niles, 
James L Staik, Arad Nichols, Jonas Scott. 

JAMAICA.— Timo\.)^y Goodale, Alpheus Kellogg, Ziba Chapin, 
Hammond Livermore, James Biown, Joel Holton, David Eddy, Squire 
Gleason, S T R Cheney, Solomon Newell, Joseph W Skinner. Isaac 
P Kendall, Henry H Felton, John E Butler, Wm L Waterman, Ben- 
jamin Muzzey, Luke Howard, Ira S Field, Nathan S Weeks, Pliny 
Barrows. 

Z,OJVX)OJVZ)£flfir.— LutherStowelljTho'sS ViaJl, Alfred Pierce, 
Barnetl Waite, Abial Whitman, Jeremiah Arnold, Albert W Albee, 
Ezra Dodge, Reuben Hairington, Castanus B Park, Dwight i yler, A- 
bram Brown, David B Gray, Winfield Wight, Emery Mellendy, Eme- 
ry A Fuller, Niles Aldrich, David Arnold. 

JtMiiLBOitO'.— Ebenezer Tucker, \^ m Newton, Phineas Mather, 
Piny Higley, Robinson Winchester, Ira Adams, Ebenezer Persons, 
Zebina v^ allace, Cotton Mather, Simon W Houghton, Dan Mather, 
Willard Snow. i 



9« 



COUNTT orricEBs. 



JVEn'F.iJVE,SyWmua Sherwin, Josiah Taft, VVni Perry, Wm H 
William'^, Marshall Miller, Bcnjaniin Eager, Sir Isaac Newton, Benj 
Ormsbce, (ieorge Wheeler, Otis Wnrron, James Charier, Horatio N 
Wilier, John P Warren, Charles K Field, Nahum Houghton, Oliver 
P Mor-o, Timothy H Whitney. 

Pr/7'JV*£K.— David Crawfoid, Thomas White, John Kimhall, Da- 
yjd Foster, Pieston W Taft, Eber Hodgkins, John H Stoddard, Will- 
iam Houghton, Israel Kcyes, Mark Crawford, Charles Blood, Joseph | 
T Radyray, James Keycs, Jona'Jian Cutler, John Campbell, Asa | 
Washburn- 

ROCh'/jVnHjiM —Hornce Baxter, David Chandler. Russell Hyde, I 
Artemas Rohbins. Wm F Hall, SUB Wales, John N Baxter, Gates t 
Perry jr. George Perry, Ilhamer Bolies, John Wiley '2d, Cyrus Locke, 
Elias Olcott jr., Lewis Lofke, Asa Ixxrke, Charles I)ny, Elias Pulsi- 
pher, Wm C Sabin, Wm P Barker, John H Campbell, Mark W Ad- 
ams, Willard Cobb, S^amuel L Billinfrs, Charles O Walker, Gcorpe B 
Kellcpc, Isaiah Stoddard, Royal Earlu, James A Willard, Walter 
Wright, Atiel Burdeti, J H Williams, liUko White, Benj Smith ir. 

SijMERSF.T. — Huzolton Rice, Joseph Pike, Joseph ^Slorse, Moses 
Pike, Hollis Town, Levi Snow jr., Ephraim Rice. 

Sr«j*7'7'OJV.— Richard Scoit, Stephen Bullard, Ehonezer .Allen, 
John N CJIn/.ier, Ezekiel Esterbrook, Joseph Blod;ji'lt, Amos Parsons. 

rOWA"S///!JVD.— Ebenczor Huntington, Nathan Fisher, Daniel 
Fisher, LemuelFarwell, Zadock Sawyer, Barnard Salisbury, Dana 
Bailey, Jonas TwitchrJI, Oliver Wilkinson jr, Emery Kathan, Sharon 
Gray, John Blanden, Samuel Gray, Eber .M Barber, Clark Wilkinson, 
Ephraim Farrar, Aureliuj C Howard, John Roberts, John H Brigham, 
Nathaniel Cheney, Nathan Pierce, Wm H Joy, Hollis Nichols, Abner 
S Johnson, Thomas Cook jr., Joseph Jenison, Wm R Shafler, Or- 
mando S Howaid, Hirum Holmes, Henry L Aiken, W R Ranncy, 
Thadens Bixbee, John S Fullerton, Edmund Shattuck. 

VKILVOJV. — Ebenezer Howe jr., Jarvis F Burrows, Cyrus Wa<h- 
bnrn, Artemis H Washbnin, Eli Lee. John Stebbins, Elijah Stebbins, 
Lorenzo Brown, William Johnson, .\lonzo Newton, Alexander Periy, 
Asa Peeler, Nathan Wood, Joseph F, Franklin. 

WJI RDSBORO\—SiUis Dexter, Em.ry Wheelork, Henry Grover, 
Asa Kidder, Joseph Hammond, Holland Plimpton, John Tufts, Levi 
FittB, Davis Read, Joseph Hall, Pliny H White, J D Barber, Daniel 
Dexter, Phinohas White, Wales A Bridges, Solmon Higgins, Horatio 
N Oreutt, John E Kidder, Erasmus Plimpton, R W Smith, Calvin 
Tavlor, Ira P !iayward. 

■w/.>.r.-V/.V«ir/:K.— William C Bradley, Ellery Allhee, James 
Titromb, .'"'tfphen Tutbill, Alvan Goodell, Sylvester S Stoddard, John 
Minnrd, John (^ Richardson, Erastus A Hdlinn, .Nathan T Sheaf, John 
McNeil, L"vi Kimball, RusscI Rannev, Daniel Campbell, Ira (toodhuc. 

H'HITLyGIMM.—Wwcn F Ballo'u, George Porter, Henry Good- 
now, Leonard Brown, John Roberts jr,. James Roberts, Josiah French, 
Harry Brown, David Chase, John Corkins, Rufus ('arlcy, Parly Starr 
jr., Amoi Brown, \h:\ Fairbanks, Elisha Putnam, Houghton Sawyer, 
Jacob C Chn«' , Wnteii Gillet. 

Wn,MLVaT0J^.—O L Shafter, Lanry Foihes, S P Flagg, Henry 
Estabrook, John C Wilnon, Alanson Parmaleo, Hnrac-e Haitini^s, 
Elicl ('losby, Israel Pnnt<»n, Ashley Stone, Prcscott Lathrop, Arvine 
Boyd, Heman Swift, J H Dix, Israel Hnynos. 

W/JV/)//./f.*f — Joseph Wood, John Woodburn, Wm Harris, Sam'l 
Goddard, Timothy Burton, Er.ru Pierce, Elijah White. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 9^^ 



TfSiidsor County. 

Walter Palmer, j jissistant Judges of the Ho. C't. 
Thomas T Barrett, S 
Oilman Henry, Woodstock, Sheriff. 
Joseph Churchill, High Bailiff.' 
Sewall Fullam, State's Attorney. 

George E Wal«^s, Judge of Probate for the District of Hartjord. 
Thomas F Hammond, Judge of Probate for the District of Windsor. 
Edwin Hutchinson, Nahum Haskell, Simon Warren, Jail Commis- 
sioners. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

.^JVDOriTfi.— Charles W Chandler Wm Warner Geo W Stickney 
Alden Gutherson Heniy Heald Jos Dodge jr. Solomon Howard Joel 
Stanard Sylvanus L Marsh Richard Ward Abel A Batohelder Frank- 
lin Austin John Adams. 

BALTIMORE.— iohn Piper Wm Davis J M Boynton P C Robinson. 

BARJ^ARD,—Da.mQ\ Aiken Charles Walcott Joseph B Danforth 
Clark Chamberlin Lucius Freeman Jasper Clark Rollin Richmond 
Silas Tupper Benjamin Clapp Samuel J Chamberlin Loring S Winslow 
Levi Belknap Lrman Steward Lorenzo kichmond Edmund Pierce. 

BETHEL.— i:.\ea.zex Berry Calvin Morse John Noble David Owen 
Elijah Castle John Moody Thomas P Russell Walter Perrin Leonard 
Fisk Almon Durkee Asa Davis Seneca Marks Pliny Warren Daniel 
Child Geo S Hatch Augustus Maish Daniel F W^eymomh Alden Ful- 
ler Wm B Tyler 

BRIDOE WATER Isaiah Raymond James Walker Amos Averill 

Ebenezer Clement Ovid Thompson Josiah Josselyn jr. Calvin Caipen- 
ter Chester Kellogg Joseph S Comings Lyman Raymond Gilbert 
White Gurdin Bachus Samuel Lamb Timothy Grow Eliphalet Edger- 
ton Richard W Southgate. 

CAFEJ^'DISH. — Abel Gilson Christopher Webber Samuel Adams 
Salmon F Dutton Calvin French John F Deane Oliver Tarble Joseph 
Parker Rvland Fletcher Salathiel Adams jr. 

CHESTER.— Amos Heald Charles Lee 3Iarvel Johnson H H Hen- 
ry Luther Adams M C Richardson Oren Locke Josiah Dana Oramel 
Hutchinson D H Hilton Thomas H Whittemore N E Stoughton Al- 
bert Onion J B Person Wm Mason Abiel Richardson Nahum Horton 
P O Saigeant Zebulon Jefts Asa Rollins S S Richardson Wm How- 
ard George Wilson. 

HARTFORD.— James Udall Zebulon Delano John Downer Daniel 
Hazen Samuel Nutt Allen Hazen Alfred Neal Jonathan Bugbee jr. 
John Strong Geo E Wales Lucius Hazen William Savage Henry 
Wolcott Shubael Russ John Portei Benj Porter Nathan Gillet Alvin 
Bailey Loren B Dudley Wm L Bragg George Lyman. 

HARTLAjVD. — Daniel Dennison Squire Marcy Levi Gove Elijah 
Hawkins jr. Joseph A Spaulding Thomas F Sturtevant Ward Cotton 
Elias Bates Lewis Emmons Dustin Bates Benj F Webster Nathan 
Kittredge John Lawton Samuel Taylor jr. Lewis Merritt A G Burke 
Dudley Williams Moses T Swan Luther Damon Eben M Stocker John 
Daniels Harry Shedd Jona Hodgman Wm C Dodge Hampden Cutts. 

LUDLOW.— Asa. Fletcher Pliny Parker Reuben Washburn Sewall 
Fullam Asa S Barton Emoiy Burpee Artemas Spafford Frederick C 
Robbins Wm Tilton Jazer Smith Daniel A Heald Merrick Spatford 
Frederick Dunbar Hyland C Haven Martin Perry Silas Warren Esek 
Adams John Howe Sam'l L Armingion Wm K Manning. 

JVORWICH. — Calvin Seaver Harvey Burton Ebenezer Spear jr 
Wm Pixley Philip Wheeler Edward B Turner Aaron Loveland Sam'l 
C Simonds Francis Pratt David J Slaughter Asa Lord Baxter B New- 



94- COUWTT OFFICERS. 



ton Wm C Lewii Sarn'i Gotidurd Harry S Richards Cben'r B Brown 
Isaac Pearce Elias Newton Neisoii Newton Edi>on Uutchinxon. 

P/.r.WOC77W— t'alvin Wilder .Moses Pollard Levi t^lack Enoch 
Wctherbpc Israel B Prown Thomas Moore Joseph Kennedy .\biani S 
Day Jared Marsh David Burt jr. 

POMhRKT. — Ifcuinh Tinkham Nathan Snow Harvey Bruce Gardner 
VVinslow Otis Chamberlin Charles Hulchin(«on Charles R Whitman 
Martin D Follet James H Richardson Hosea Doton Robert Perry jr. 
8eth Howard .\lva C Peikins Amos Robinson Stephen Bugbee. 

RFJiDLVQ —Luther Kendall Solomon Keyes S C Shedd Hiram 
Goddard John Wheeler Charles Buck. 

ROCHESTER —Sumner A Webber Joel Cooper John Trask H L 
Richmond E W Newton Lyman Bush E D Briggs Artemas Cuxhrnnn 
Joseph L Moise Beni Richardson Wm B Henry John W Chaffee 
John Paul Thomas B Harvey Ezra McCo lum. 

ROY^LTO^r — M&Txy Bingham Elisha Rix Lyman Bonson John 
Coy Elisha Wild Heman Durkee Daniel Woodward Luiher Howe 
Levi Rix Arunah Adams jr. David Wheelock jJob H'»nnett Michael 
Haskell Cyrus Hartshorn Sam'l W Slude Geo VV Bradstreet Martin 
Skinner Thomas Fay John Sprague Harrison Dunham. 

SAMJiOJV.— John Baldwin Chester Baxter Henry Hitchcock Gains 
I^eonard Zera Watkins Freeman Holt David Falcs Samuel Shuttle- 
worth Lyman Tyler Stephen S Bean I S Shepard Warren C French 
Freeman Page Orren Morehouse Horace Pixley Israel Smith Wooster 
Down''! John C Baldwin. 

SPRIJ^GFlELD.—Sam'X VV Porter Henry Closson Osman Burge 
Abner Field Ormus M Whipple Bezaleel Wood Hiram Kenney Calvin 
Hubbard Daniel Dt|vis Ephraim Walker jr. Clark Nichols Wm Dyer 
Elias Damon John Famham David .M Smith Horace Weston Otis B 
Litchfield Snm'l W^hitcomb jr. Noah Saffoid M R Porter N B Safford, 
Wm W Whiinev. 

SrOCA'SR/Z^OE.- .\runah Alien jr. Samuel Eaton James Beard 
I^onard .Ainsworth John M Bennett James H Nott Isaac Taggart 
James Whitromh Hiram Crandall David Everett. 

fVEJlTHERSF/ELD.—Jo9hiiB. Upham Jos R Williams Sewall 
Clement C M Chamberlin Daniel Bowen Ebcnezcr Shedd Jeremiah 
Bfmi!" John Sherwin Barnabas Dean Wm M Pingrey John Allison Wm 
Giiy Augustus Tuttia N B Roundy Joseph F Chilson James M Ste- 
vens Wiiltet .N'ewhall Joshua M Aldrirh Franklin Spalding Robert B 
Cram Charles Jarvis James Weston Alvah Chamberlin. 

H'ESTOJ^.— Henry Lovejoy A N Burton David Steilin T B Wake- 
field James Bryant Emerson Ross Sumner Rideout Snm'l Peabodv ir 
Enoch Pease Caleb Fenn Franklin Farrar John Drury Stephen Smith. 

WIJ^'DSOR — Horace Everett Carlos Coolidijo Warren Currier Da- 
rius Jones Thomas Boynton John P Skinner Daniel Kced Nehcmiah 
Parki-r jr. John Burnham Wro H Sabin Oliver Hall Wm Tileston 
hamuci H Price Dariu* leavens Daniel Lawrence Thomas F Ham- 
mond Chipman Bwaiii G H Sbedd Joel Hale Thomas Fullertoa A R 
Adams Allred Worcester. 

WOODSTOCK.— T\\.\i» Hutchinson Norman Williams Job Lyman 
Julias ConTPpte Lyndon A Marsh (Jliv'-r P ChiindItT Kdwin Hutch- 
inson James Barrett Charles P .Marsh Oel Billings Henry (' Denison 
Richard Hayes Ammi Willard Tracy Bingham Daniel TafY jr. Henry 
W F^nglish Darius Klako Eliphalet Dunham Nahnm Haskell Lysan- 
d»>r Raymond Gnius Perkins Billy Brown Benjamin G Bigelow Amos 
Ralph John A Pratt Samuel Wood John Bement James (' Slayton 
V\ alter Palmer 3d Thomaa E Powers Lavioal Pratt Daniel E4Mom 
Aabley Wymaa Nathan T Charchill. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 95 

Rutland County* 

Saat^T^'H^ht i •^«*"'<»"* Judges of the County Court. 

Jacob Edgerton, Rutland', Sheriff. 

James Rice, High Bailiff. 

William C Kitlredge, Staters JIttomey. 

Almon Warner, Judge of Probate for the District of Fairhavcn. 

William Hall, Judge of Probate for the District of Rutland. 

Martin G Everts, William Hall, Charles Burt, Jail Commissioners. 

JUSTICES OF THE P£ACB. 

BEJ^SOJi/' — Milo W Smith, Daniel Crofoot, Jas H Gleason, Isaac 
Dickinson, Cbauncey Higgins, Roswell Barber, Edward S Howard, 
Othniel Goodrich jr., Loyal C Kellogg. 

BRAJ^DOJ^'. — Barzillai Davenport, CL Williams, J A Conant, Ira 
Button, David S;inder8on, Harvey Hall, O A Smalley, Ezra June, 
Lewis Barker, H S McCollum, Franklin Farrington, Albert Locke, 
David Warner, Stephen Parkhurst, L L Blake, J E Higgins, A G 
Dana, Joseph Davison, Oliver Gilson, H A Sumner, Rich Hack, R V 
Marsh, J W Hale, S B June, T W Chaney, A A Meacham, Alanson 
Meacham, Jonathan Tarble, Chester Winslow, Edward Sherman. 

CASTLE! OJV.— Zimri Howe, B FLangdon, Almon Warner, Hyde 
Westover, Wm B Colburn, Hannibal Hodges, Oliver R Harris, Moses 
Jackman, Smith Sherman, Chester Spencer, James Adams, T W Rice. 

CHlTTEjYDEJ^—Cdpen Leonard, Poreena Wood, Dan B Bogue, 
Thomas Perrigo, Geo W Barnard, S W Harrison, Hiram Baird, Reu- 
ben Harris jr., Charles Hewitt, Alvin Randall, Dan Dike, Cbauncey 
Taylor, Wm H Harrison. 

C LAREJ^D OJV.— SildB W Hodges, Thomas Stuart, John L Marsh, 
Abner H Colvin, Hiram Congdon, Benj Fisk jr., Linas F Colvin, Enoch 
Smith, Geo Wilkinson jr., Calvin Grossman, Thomas McLaughlin, 
George Rounds, Hiram Smith, Wm Grossman, Lewis M Walker, Cal- 
vin Spencer. 

D.AJVBY. — Azariah Hillyard, Andrus Eggleston, Harvey Paris, Hi- 
ram H Kelley, John T Griffith, William Otis, Lyman R Fisk, Caleb 
Randall, Isaac Wilber, John Vail, Ira Edmunds, Leonard Palmer, 
Seneca Smith, Orestes B Hulett. 

FAIRHAVEJV. — Barnabas Ellis, Alanson Allen, Harvey Howard, 
Benj F Gilbert, Jonathan Capen, Martin Copeland, Asahel H Kidder, 
Thomas E Wpkefield, Caleb R Rannev, Wm C hittredge. 

HUBBjSRDTOJV— James Flagg, Perry Dickerman, Chauncey S 
Rumsey, Silas B V\ hippie, Justus Jennings, James W Barber, Nor- 
man H Eddy, Seth St John, Reuben Balis, Pliny Holmes. 

IRA. — Russell Fish, Philander M Harrington, Bradley Fish, John 
Mason, Abel Thorington, Willard Osgood, Barnabas Wood. 

MEJVDOJV — Rufus Richardson, Jonas Wheeler, John J Richard- 
son, John Osborn, Olivit Ford, Ira Seward, Ezra Edson, Leverett 
Wilkins, Thomas Hnnt, Zidon Edson, James K Pearson, Jared I ong. 

./V/Z)£)Z.jErO^JV— Eliakim Paul, Eli Oatman, Thaddeus Terrill, 
Orson Clark, Jonas Clark, Nathan Winn jr., C B Harrington, Micah 
Vail, Jonathan Morgan, Lucas Copeland, Joseph Remington, Alpheus 
Haynes, Franklin Goodrich, Nathaniel Clift, David Mehurin, Luther 
Buxton, Samuel Andrus. 

MOUJVT HOLLY.— John Crowley, Austin Dickerman, John White, 
Ira Garfield, Abijah Cole, Hiram Dickerman, Rancil Wilder, John 
Bryant, Franklin L Frost. 

MOUJVT TABOR.— C&]eh Buffum, Ebenezer Hutchinson, Gideon 
S Tabor, Benjamin Britton, Joseph P Burton. 

0/iff£ZL.— Roswell Bottum jr., Israel Smith, Ruluff White, Ira 



t» COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Young, Joscphus Slides, Jos H Cliiltenden, iulins C Thomas, Ilorac 
Hifgins, Wm B Wartin, Henry Hale, John Leonard, Stephen N War- 
ren, Chi'.rlca Brown, Joab Smith, Wni R Sanford, Abialoni Fuller, 
Chaunccy H Conkey, Calvin P Austin, Champlin M I'letcher, Muivin 
Gri.swold, Albert L Catlin. 

P^fVLET.—OUvcT Hanks, Elisha Allen, Josiah Toby, Harry Gris- 
wold, Jonathan Raminll, Ossian H Simmonds, Fayette Potter, Martin 
D Strong, James VViieedon, U;ivid BIake!»ley, Geo W Harmon. 

iP/7'7'iii^/£LD.— Erastus Holt, E B Rockwell, Wm R Blossom, 
Hoiace S Childii, Lyman Gibbs, George McCollum. Daniel Ranney, 
Amos Holt, N E Green, Joseph Segar, Calvin Jovslin. 

FJTTSFORD.—Sam'l H Kellogg, Thomas F Bogue, Isaac Bresee, 
Thomas Burditt, Abraham Owen, David Hall, John Barnes, Arfemaa 
Carpenter, Thomas U Palmer, Abel Penfield, Chcst.-r Granger, John 
G Newell, Jonathan Burditt, Lsaac C v\ heuton, Nathan D Clifford, 
Charles T Colhurn, Amos Hitchcock, German F HcnJee, Augustus 
Hammond, Jeffrey Barnes. 

P0UL7WEY.—H GNeal Me rritt Clark JB Beeman Jos Joslin 
James Fiichardson James Winhall Hanlo Hosfurd H J Ruggles S C 
Parker Demmon Giddings G M Ransom P M Ross Tnomui D Dewey 
Henry Stanley Amon Bailev. 

RUTLjlJVD.—WiUidm Pago, Edgar L Ormsbee, F W Hopkins, 
Wm Y Ripley, R R Thrall, Jona C Thrall, Silas H Hodges, Francis 
Slasson, George Graves, Martin G Everts, Benj Smith, Avery Billings, 
Geo W Strong, Horace H Dyer, John Proctor, Edwin Edgerton, Ab- 
ner Mead, Wm Humphrey, Jonas Eayers,Ctiarlefl Burt, James E Cha- 
nev, Edwin L Griswold, Ralph Haskell. 

'SHERBUIL\'E.^mclmTd Eiterbrooks, Silas Colton, Wm Clark, 
Solomon W Adams, James H Taylor, John Johnson, Geo W Rich, 
Daniel W Taylor, Rufus Richurdi^on jr. 

SHRE fVSBUKY.— ioUn Buckaiast(?r, Wm Matthewson, J A Bar- 
ney, Job WatermaD, G W Webb jr., Otis G Jones, P -nrl Parker, S C 
Clark, B T Needham, Benj Htmtoon, Harry Holden, Tvlcr G Foster, 
Hiram Cook, Jonathan J'.uckmaster, \V B Brown, L \V Gurnscy, Orin 
Knight, W E Aldrich, Richard Clark, C H Crosby. 

SUDBURY.— John Hall, James K Hyde, Wm H Williams, Isaac 
Ketchani, Thos J Goodrich, James German, H H .Mc rritt, Edward L 
Hall, Henry J Horton, Everurd C Eells, Andrew J Kotchum, Paul 
Spooner, John C Sawver. 

77A^J»fO{77'//.— Obadiah Noble, Calvin Brewer, llnrvoj Shaw, 
Noah W Sawyer, Benajah Cook. 

li\SLr.LVGFOHD.—U.\il\xo Bucklin, David Holdon, S M Edgerton, 
Robinson Hall, Howard Harris, Samuel Townshend jr., Uosea Eddy, 
Joel Cr'ifljr., Holden Stafford, David E Nicholson, Lyman Hawkins, 
Joel W Ainsworth, Washington Hawkins, Amos Bucklin, Dennis Hu- 
Iclt, Lincoln Andrus, P G Clark, Harvey Button. 

h'ELLS. — David B Lewis, Almon Hopson, Artemas Lewis, Allen 
Grover, Joseph Parks, Wesley demons, John Baiden, Benjamin Lew- 
is, Enrl F Bent, James J Rowe. 

WEST //yf r/JV'.— John Olensend, David Downs, Salmon P Aljel, 
Hiram K Hunt, Hiruui Coleman, Wm H Green, W'ni J Billings, Al- 
mon Hitchcock. 



•>tddi$0H COMtttff' 

Era^BoUo'm:""' i ''-^^^^ -^-^i" <^ ^' CourUy Court. 
David S Church, Middlcbury, Hherif. 
Asa Chapman, Htffh Bailiff. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 97 

Geo W Grandey, Slate's Attorney. 

Horatio Seymour, Jud^e of Probate for the District of Addison. 

Harvey Munsill, Judge of Probate for the District of J^ewhaven. 

Ira Alien, John B Copeland, Horace Crane, Commissioners for Jail 
at Middlebury. 

Jol)n Pierpoint, Samuel Morgan, Elliot Sherrill, Commissioners for 
Jail at Vergennes. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

ADDISOJW — Arza Crane, Chauncey Cook, Henry Brevoort, He- 
man Converse, George Willmarth, Hyder Barnes, Justus Smith, Da- 
vid V Chambers, Lyman Clarke, Reuben W Eaton, Alien T Smith, 
William Reeves, Jonas Smith, Henry Willmarth. 

BRIDP ORT.—Ben'yA.mm Miner, Calvin Solace, Paris Fletcher, 
Reuben Gillett, James Fletcher, Simon Z Walker, Ervin E Grovenor, 
Luther Smith, Charles A Wicker, Prosper Ellitharp, Benjamin Bras- 
ted, Henry G Converse. 

BRISTOL.— E&Tvey Munsill, Henry C Sopei, Winter H Holley, 
Truman Crane, Joseph C Bradley, Solon Sumner, James Saxton, Sam'l 
H Holley, Nathan Drake, Eli Barnard, Royal VV Peake, Watlian Ri- 
der jr., Harvey Parmelee, Luman Munson, Barnes Frisbee, Amos E 
Haseltine, Henry S Gale, Charles L Smith, Henry F Day, Davis Luf- 
kin, James W Daly, Sam'l Eddy, Geo W Parmelee, Jacob Daniels, 
Henry S Grinnell, Arza Tracy, Amos Eddy, Hiram Atwood, Haivey 
C Munsill, Horatio Needham. 

CORJ\l'{V^LL.— Marcus O Porter, William Hamilton, John San- 
ford, Horace Janes, Charles Delong, Loyal L Wiight, Abram Foot, 
Jesse Elsworth, Austin Dana, Oirin Field, Rollin R Jones, Truman 
Eells, Calvin G Tilden. 

FERRIS BURGH.—StoddaiTd Martin, Zuriel Walker, Hartwell 
Powers, Jared B Booth, Lansing Hard, James Barnes, Alanson Hays, 
Elbridge G Warner, Thomas Field, Wm Allen, Isbon Allen, William 
Hazard, Jehiel Chamberlin, James Adams, Lyman Kimball, Sam'l H 
Tupper, Heman Barnum, Alonzo Kimball, Geo W Porter, Abraham 
Satterlee, Cyrus W Wicker, Nathan L Keese, Lorenzo Orvis. 

O0SHEJ\r. — Francis Brown, Nathan Capen, Silas D Gale, Justus 
N Dart, Ezra Washburn jr., Chester G Bliss, VVm A Belknap, Elna- 
than Knapp, Wm Carlisle jr. 

G/i^J\T/Z,L£.— Amasa Eaton, Joseph P Ball, Philemon Hays, 
Noah Briggs jr., A G Allen, Wm Lamb jr., Mason Ball. 

HAJ^TCOCK. — Zerah Barnes, Gardner Chandler, Lyman Ellsworth, 
Augustus Taylor, Solomon Dunham, Horace Robinson. 

LEICESTER.— J SLmea S Messer, Eben'r B Jenny, Silas W Stan- 
lev, William Wright. 

'LIA^COLJ^.—O W Burnham, W W Pope, John Bush, Jesae B Farr, 
I J Caldwell, William Lee, Enos P Hoag, A C Allen. 

MIDDLEBURY. — Horatio Seymour, Peter Stan, Nahum Parker, 
Ozias Seymour, Jedediah S Bushnell, Wm P Russell, James McDo- 
nald, Geo M Brown, Dorastus Wooster, Zaccheus Bass, Horace Crane, 
John B Copeland, Norman Tupper, Austin Johnson, David Olmsted, 
I Jacob W Conro, Wm Dewey, Jonah C Wicker, Geo S Swift, Edwin 
i Hammond, Oliver Hyde, W^m F Goodrich, Emerson R Wright, James 
\ M Slade, Abel Abbey, Hiram Munger, Reuben L Fuller, Edward 
j VVainwright. 

MO^TK'l OJV — Johnson Finney, Stoddard Hollis, William EAton, 

Rodciick Baldwin, Lewis L Beers, Roswell Atwood, James Miner, 

I Oliver Sherman, Isaac Doten jr., Alson Collins, Nathan Smith, Seth 

jSNirjiblet, Arza C Dean, TC Smith, Charles Shattuck, Luman B 

Smith, Alpha Smith, William Ellis, Wm M Palmer. 



98 COUNTY OFFICERS. 

JVEAF IMVEJ^.—JoTiA Hoyt, \Vm Nash, Alfred P Roscoc, Calvin 
Squires, Sylvester Doud, Danl Twitciiell, Jabez W Langdon Julius 
L Eldridge, Josiah Turner, Horatio Pluinley, Alvin Squires, Ebene- 
zer Rider, Harvey C Hunt, Oliver Smith, Geo W Brown, John Aber- 
nethy, Seth l^ancdon jr., Louis Meathain, Elias Bottum. 
OR ^f £Z,A.— (See Rutland County.) 

P^JVTOjV.— Samuel Shepherd, Silas Tappen, Silas Pond, H N 
White, B F Gainci*, Clark Conant, George Spencer, Joseph Hay ward, 
G J Walker, Corydon Harris, Stephen Holland, Edrick Adams. 

RIPTOJ^T. — Geo Chipman, John R iS'cw, Jona R Furnall, Aaron A 
Atwood, Wni E Cunhman, Harry Downer, Samuel Hendrick. 

&3Z,/SB[/i?r.— Jonathan Gibson, John Al Weeks, Marshal S Doty, 
Nathaniel Spencer, Oscar P Sheldon, John Dyer, Lathrop Bump, An- 
son Barrows, Ebenezer H Weeks, Columbus Smith, Holland W Ev- 
erts, Truman Dewey, John Prout. 

SHOREHAJiL—'E.WihA Bascom, Ebonezer Bush. Joseph Smith lid, 
Silas H Jenison, Davis Rich, M W C Wright, Levi O Birchard, Isaac 
Chipman, Asa Sundcrlin, Kent Wright, Azel Chipman, Bcla Howe, 
John N Hunt, Lewis Hunt, Alphonzo B Bascom, E S Catlin, Charles 
K Wright. 

STARKSBORO\—Wm Worth 2d, Ira Bushnell. Samuel D Hol- 

comb. Andre Ferguson, Wan en Wentworth, Leonard Bunhnell, Orrin 

Burnham, John C Pierce, Jeremiali Morrill, Horace Salisbury, James 

i Kinsley, James Miirkiiess, Joel Orvis, Sidney Sayles, John Hill-d, 

1 Lionel W Hill. Wolcott iS'orton, Benjamin L Knight, Alexander Huu- 

' ton, David D Gove, Henry C Kimball. 

I VEROEJ^^rhS.— Klt Woodbridge, John Thompson, P C Tucker, 

John Pieipoint, Sam'l Willson, Isaiuii Scott, P C Tuckei jr., Wm H 

i White, Rodman Chapman, Wm T Parker, Jared W Taylor, G \V 

I Grandy, John E Roberts, Cyrus Smith, Wm Hawley, Carlos Blake, 

F E Woodbridge, Hiram Adams, Wm E Greene, ijorenzo Bixby. 

WALTHAM.—iohu D Barton, Newton Rose, Charles Bucon, Pe- 

leg Fishei. Nath'l Howard, Nathan Griswold, Chester Ward, Alonzo 

Hawkins, Edwin Everts, Josiah Parker, Russell A Barton. 

WEYBRlDOE.—YAywn Hayward, Isaac Drake, T W Twitchell, 
John Brittell, S W Jewett, John Child, Sylvester S Foot, Solomon 
Parker, Noble Herendeen, Sardis Dodge. 

ffHITIJ\rO.—\\m H Baldwin, Calvin Foster, Allen Ketchum, 
Wm P Wright, Whitfield Walker, AUn\ Walker. Wm J McAllister, 
AlviA B Nccdham, Arnou Needham, Ephraim Moultuii jr., Ira Brown. 

Orange Vouniy, 

Ariel Burnhain, j jjssu^tnnt Judsta of the County CourL 

George P Baldwin, ) =• •' ' 

George Sleeper, Corinth, Skcrlff". 

William P Brown, Hi/^k Bailiff. 

Philander Perrin, Slaters Attorney. 

Ijevi B ViloH, Judge, of Probate for Ihe District oj Randolph. 

Stephen 'i liomns, ,/ud/re of Probate fur the District of Bradford. 

Amos S Hatch, Elihu Norton, r' H George, Jail Cummij<sionera 

JUkTICEs OF THE PEACE. 

BRJ1DF0RD.~J W D Parker Geo W I'richard Adams Preston, 
Alvin Taylor Moses R Chambcrlin John B Woodward John B Corliss 
Tho'e R Aodrus Moody Grow Elijah Blood E P Johnson E P Lewis 
E R .Aldrich Joshua Garcy E D (. orliss Jonas W Clark Moody Colby 
Erastus C West 'i'liornas C .Shaw Geo P Baldwin. 

BRjUJST'rRKE.—iutnen t^^pear Levi Tracy S Minntt Flint Wm B 
Bass Caleb N Grow Isaac Nichols '■2d AugustUk Flint Ira Kidder 



COU'^TY OFFICERS. 99 



Jona Holman John B Hutchinson C L Spear L C Thayer Thomas A 
Vance Ziba Base Rufus Flint Jaivis Tilson J G A ^■pear. 

B ROOKFf ELD.— hather VVheatley Richaid Wales Frederick 
Griswold W W Ingalls Reuben Feck Nathaniel Wheatley Homer 
Hatch John L Lamson Wm Trask VVm M Aivord Joseph Blake Da- 
vid Wellington Aaron Cleveland jr. John Griswold jr. Austin Car- 
penter Joseph G Smith Sprague Arnold jr. Zelotes Bige'ow jr. 

CHELSEA. — John W Smith Thomas Jones Jacob Norris Calvin 
Blodgett Salmon J Moore Harry W Hatch Jason Steele Elisha Hyde 
Cornelius Robinson Elijah Coburn Sereno Allen Joshua Dickinson 
Philander Robbins Slias Lathrop jr, Daniel Wymnn W F Dickinson 
Elihu Norton Asa A Goodwin Levi B Vilas Hyde Cabott Foster 
Grow Lament Bacon Harry Hale A P Hunton Wm Hebard Amos L 
Hatch. 

CORIJVTH. — Stephen Eaton Samuel Harletine Henry Dearborn 
V'm Spencer Joseph Fellows jr. John Richardson Winthrop Green 
Michael Stevens Moses Sawyer Amos S Little John Chubb Lyndes 
Luther Gouldsburn Taplia jr. Jonathan Robie Cyrus Heath John A 
Tenney Putnam Harriman Roswoll Crook Nehemiah Taplin jr. E T 
Farr David Bradbury Wm Grant Samuel Darling Nathaniel Banfill 
Daniel B James Richard Smith Benjamin Sleeper. 

FAIRLEE. — Eliae Driggs Stephen Hosford Alexander H Gilmore 
Jerome B Bailey James Eastman David Morri-ion jr. Geo A Morey 
Stephen Chapman Phineas Dodge Sylvester Shafter jr. Calvin Co- 
burn Lewis Jenkins. 

J^EWBURY.—Oszzx C Hale John Atwood jr. Simeon Stevens jr. 
Tappan Stevens Henry Keyes George R Leslie John E Charaberlin 
Samuel Gibson Richard Patterson Page P Gove Charles Hale Abel 
Underwood David Johnson John Peach jr. Wm M Nourse Chailes J 
Smith John Lockhead C J S Scott Joseph Prescott Samuel Eastmaa 
Charles Brock Wm McDuffie Benj Atwood Charles B Leslie Ellis 
j Colburn John Stevens Wm R Shedd Joseph Atkinson James Hen- 
1 derson Samuel Grout. 

! 0RJ3J^''GE. — Luther Carpenter Horace Fifield Reuben White 
I Lathrop Fish Richard Paine Robert Richardson Jacob Mills David 
: Holbrook Jeremiah Sandborn Moses Sargent Abial Hamilton Timo- 
I thy Hancock Louis F Peabody Willis Lane John Dickey Carlos Car- 
penter. 

RAJ\''DOLPH.—M&xtin Flint Edmund Weston Benj Jones Harvey 
Lamson J W Twiss Loren Griswold Adam Hobart jr. L N Pennock 
Aaron B Kinsman Chandler Kibbee Jacob K Parrish P D Blodgett 
Orin Parker J P Kidder W^alter Carpenter John Weston Samuel W 
Cobb M Hebard Sessions E VV Townsend Howard Griswold William 
Nutting Lewis Spencer Phineas Monlton Aipheus Carley Gilman 
Tarbell Philander Peirin Ammi Burnham Paschal B Bradford Willaid 
Tillson. • 

SriL4FFOi2Z).— Stephen Morrill Charles Barrett S S Kiblinger 
Justin S Morrill Pliny Day Ebenezer West Eber Newton Jona- 
ihan Tracy Rufus M Benson Daniel Cobb Hiram Robinson Eleazer 
Baldwin J G Moore Royal Hatch J A Stiles W^m B Hazeltine Adin 
H Norton Frederick Smith J H Harris Taylor Slack Samuel Moore 
John Revnolds jr. Tho's Hazeltine Abraham Brown Lewis Pennock. 
THETFORD.—Wm Sweatt Simeon Short Harrv H Niles John 
Judd Z E Messer Henry Giilett George Garey Wm H Latham Solo- 
mon G Heaton James Tyler jr. Richard M Gleasoa Abner B Hos- 
ford Hoel Sayer Roger's Howard Marcus Ransted Alfred Corliss 
^bennzer Campbell Joseph Giilett W L Ladd Joseph Matson J P 
Bartholomew. 



100 COOWTT OFFirERS. 



7 OPSH^M. —FAmund George Hale Grovs- James F Geoige Tho's 
Eastman Benson Aidrich Rirhard H Fellows Oramel H ^^ atson A 
J Wallace Moses Wallace Calvin Tabor James Caiter Cha's Grow 
John Fellows Moses Jones Henry Butterfield John W Batchelder 
Samuel Batchelder Duncan McKeith Levi Tabor Aaron Sanborn Jan 
Chamberlin Carlos P Bill Wm Roo;ers. 

TU.VBRIDGE.—GvoTse Weymouth Ebenezer Hackett Zebina 
Whitney Gustavus Rolfe Spencer Smith Charles B Chindler John E 
Dodge John H Woodard John L Hull Thomas S Phine Nonnan Du- 
rant Elish L Tracv Nathaniel Kinjjjr. 

FERSHrRE.—Thotnng Keycs Simeon Bacon Nathan Spear Wm 
Boardman Pliny Dwight Horace Carpenlei fra Corse Wm Humphrey 
David Eastman Israel Diamond Stephen M Kimball So)omon ('niton 
Flavel Brown StilmanT Wiggins Jacob Church Alfred Lathrop Wells 
Durgin Joseph F Carleton David Howe BO Tvler Rufus Blanchard. 

W.^SUJ^'GTOJ^— John Colby Philip Sargent Elenry Godfrey jr. 
B W B:irtholompw Geo W McAllister T H Martin Charles Lvman 
John G Davis J E Worthley Elisha Tracy G R Gale Lyman Peri^o 
Gideon Downing H A ^^ hite T G Whrite Jacob Bliss Hall Burgin 
Stephen Blake Jos Colby jr. R S Currier J H Perkins Ralph Pope. 

WEST FjilRLEE—t)a\\d Robinson Benj Morey Sands Niles Wm 
Niles Wm L Churchill Alvah Bean John Coburn Arba Burr Joseph 
Kimball Azariah Wild Elisha May Jhhn P Southworth Jarcd Buz- 
zeil Jabez Lainphear Elish Thayer E P ftescott Wm Kimball. 

fVILLI^MSl OyyJV—Dtium Piide Horace Ware Joel Bass Jona- 
than Lewis Alvin Smith Porter Martin Enoch Howe David Burn- 
ham Andrew Burnham John Lynde Wm S Beckett Nelson Martin 
Walter Newcomb Luther M Martin Alvah Simons Moses Lewis Mil- 
ton Martin AbelS Williams Joel Bass jr. 

Chittenden County. 

Roben White, \ ^ssistavtJudisrs of thf. County Court. 

Udney H P^nniman, S 
Luther P BIndgett, Burlington, Sheriff. 
John P Griffin, IHrh RaihJ. 
Frederick G Hill, State's ^Itorney. 
C'harlfP /\d:ims, Judge of Probate. 

Israel P Kichardaon, Isaac Dow, Henry Whitney, Jail Commia- 
aioncrs. 

jrSTICZS OF THE PSACC 

BOLTOJ^. — John Pinneo Moses L Colton Gideon Barber Samuel 
B Kennedy John White Joseph Smith Wm H Sabins Snnuiel Deavitt 
John Bedce Joseph Ayres Heman H Pinneo. 

R(rRU.XGTOJV.— John N Pomorcy John Peck Guy Catlin Asa- 
hol Peck John Van Sicklen Phinehas Lyman Geo K Piatt Cha's Rus- 
sell Charles F Warner Isaac Warner John Herrick James W Hickok 
Daniel B Buckley Fdward A Stanshury Charles Adams Wm Warner 
Michael Sinrlijr An«on Bostwick Wm I) Kidder Wm R Vilas Leon- 
ard Jehonncl John B Hollenheck .'^ylvanus .M Parsons Nath'l Tucker 
Seth Mor«<* Jo«eph Hutch Isaac Nye Levi Underwood I^ucins E Chit- 
tendon Wm F (Jriswold Lymiui Cummings Goorg<» Comstock Israel P 
Richardson Bo'twi^-k Toiisley Jeremiah Potter Salmon Wires John W 
Partridge Wm H Wilkins jr. i' A Seymour Joshua Doane Dan />von 
C E Follett < • F Davev Geo Peterson, C D Kagson. Carlos Baxter, R F 
Staniford, E D Slonmib, Snin'I Huniinzton.G N Wilhird, Joel Morse. 

CHJIHI.OTTE.— John Sherman EJanson H Wheeler Dan'l C Lake 
Midas Prindle John J Boultoti Orrin Reed Almon Atwood Wm ESher- 
man Aaron L Beach John SdouK R^nj Boers Ezra Holt Ammi F Stone. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 101 

COLCHESTER.— Henry Boardman John S Webster Cyrus Farrand 
Milton D Wickware Hariy B Hine Ebenezer Wolcott Alphonzo Bates 
George Bates Arad Merrili Win C Whiteman John W VVeaver Brad- 
ford Rixford Alonzo Porter Leonard Wakefield Roswell Newton Giles 
McNall Sherman Beacb Jacob Rolfe. 

ESSEX. — Amasa Bryant Samuel Page F W Joyner Peail L Castle 
James H Delano Henry Stanton LM Bates JosiahTutUe Silas Weth- 
erby, Geo C Prentiss. 

HUJ\i'TIJ\rOT0J\r.— James Ambler Alex'r Ferguson Hiram Car- 
penter George Eddy Geo H Stevens John Judson !?pencer D Howard 
Jeremiah Remington Lyman Hall Stephen Sayles Nathaniel Horton 
Jacob S Rood Sylvester R Snyder John Snyder. i 

HIJ^ESBUROH.— Stephen Byington Nath'l Miles John Wheelock ; 
Wm B Veile Wm J Douglass Howel C Flanagan Nahum Peck Levi i 
F Benedict John S Patrick Philo Ray Seth S Douglass Francis Wil- • 
soR Joseph Marsh John Ray Biai Boynton. i 

JERICHO. — Hosea Spalding Rufus Bishop John Lyman Erastus ■ 
Field Isaac C Bostwick Andrew Warner Nehemiah Prouty Orville ! 
Shaw John T Clapp Albert Barney Dana Bicknell David Fish Joseph i 
Kingsbury. i 

JJf/LrOJV.— Jacob Davis Albert G Whitlemore Gideon H Rice Or- j 
ra liolbrook Benj Fairchild Daniel H Onion Nathan Burnell Rodol- ; 
phus Sanderson Wm N Reynolds Hector Adams George Ayres Jos W j 
Allen Hezekiah Olin Harvey Colton Alfred Ladd Arthur Hunting Jo- 1 
nah Swan Nathan Lincoln jr., H P Segar Wm W Onion H Fairchild. '■ 

RICHMOJ^D^—Uussen Brownson Ezra B Andrus Saul Bishop J A ] 
Hall A B Cooper Arteraas Flagg Joseph Wfcipple, Aaron Burr May- '■ 
nard, Ransom Jones Benj Thoinpson \Vin Deavitt Robert J Robinson ' 
Heman Aldrich Edwin D Mason Wm P Briggs Ezia B Green Royal i 
Briggs Giles Howe Thomas Cutler E FMpad D M Carpenter. i 

ST. QEORQE. — Reuben Lockwood Nathan Lockwood Norman ' 
Isham Eben Isham Colonel Smith. 

SHELBURJVE.— Isaac Higbee Asahel Na^ Lyman Hall Ira A i 
Collamer Sam'l Fletcher WmHaimou Ezra Meech jr. Henry S Morse , 
Jonathan Lyon Chester Blinn Alvah Tyler Ralph H Reed Elihu Rus- 
sell Guy Tiacy Hubbard Chittenden Jacob Maeck Elijah Pioo*- 

UjXDERHILL. — Peter Martin Luther Chamberlin Benj M Burbank ' 
Alfred Bicknell Seth W Mead Leon ird M Dixon Ahira Livingston ; 
Martin C Barney Giles Reynolds Harry P Martin EJi Woodruff Eli ^ 
Whitton Joseph Wells Samuel Wells Seth P Huntley Asa L Lane i 
John H Tower Luther M Stephens John Strong Daniel G Sawyer. 

W^'^ST'i^GiiZ),— Danforth Wales Daniel Macomber B F Beach Ste- \ 
phen Castle Wm Bowman Silas S Beach Reuben Farnsworth Wm i 
Wilson Tyler Chase Amos Hobart Joseph Goodhue i 

W/LL/ST'OJV.— Truman Chittenden David French John Brown jr. j 
Chauncey Brownall Rufus Walston ZimriRoot Alonzo F Saxton Eli- \ 
sha Miller Ezbon Sanford C W Brownall Roswell B Fay Albeit I ' 
Fuller Austin Isham Harry Miller David A Murray Asa B Murray ! 
Herald Stevens Geo N Wakefield Zenas Skinner Edmund Whitney I 
Hiram D Smith Charles E Miller Hiram S Lee A B Simonds Horatio I 
Chapin Daniel Fay A V Holley Sidney S Ferry James W Hurlbut ; 
Norman H Byington Wm H French. | 



Hpnrv Dniialqaa' I '^SSistaJlt JudgCS of the CoUtlty CoUTL 



Henry Douglass, 

Addison Peck, Montpelier, Sheriff. 

Leonard Keith, High Bailiff. 



102 COUrtTY OFFICERS. 

Charlps Reed, Stiitt''s Attorney. 
Jeremiah T Marston, Judge of Probate. 

Alfred Wainwright, Cyrus Ware, Silas C French, Jail Commission- 
ers. 

jrSTICES OF THE VEACE. 

BARRK—Btep'n Freeman, Joshua Twing, Otis Peck, John Twing, 
Elijah D Wheeler, Josiah Wood, Peter Johonnctt jr., Webber Tilden, 
Rodripy Bradford, David D Wing, Spencer Lawrence, John Walker, 
Alvah Eastman, Jacob Scott, Srephen Morrison, Joshua Pettingill, 
John Thompsop Qd, Harvey Tilden, Thomas Town, Stephen C Ross, 
David Sargents, Abraham Page, Cyrus Barber, Noah Carleton, Still- 
man Wood, Deni«on K Smith. 

BF.RLIJ^~.—*<smAa Dewey, Orrin Smith, .Tosiah Benjamin, James 
V Perley, C C Bullock, Frederick Hovey, Elijah Nye jr., PoiterPer- 
rin, Daniel Chandler jr., Oliver Clark, Joseph Hill, Harvey Johnston. 
Jonas Goodenough jr., Orion Claik, Wm M Ellis, Abel K Warren, S 
P Braman, Elijah H Cevill, Asahel H Nye. 

CALAIS. — Gideon Hicks, Nathaniel Eaton, Luther Morse, Richard 
W Toby, Asa George, Alonzo Pearce, Nelson A Chase, Enoch C Mc 
Loud, Welcome Whcelock, Jabez Mowers, Abdial Kent, Chu's Dud- 
ley, Lewis Wood, Joseph Blancbard, James H Cole, Alfred P Hicks, 
Shubael Wheeler. 

DVXBURY.—KnXhan Huntley, Ira Arms,Wm F Chatterton, Benj 
Holmes, Lyman C Turner, John Towle. Gilbert Huntley, Gilman 
Huntley, Benj Davey, Eben W Corse, Rutty Lewis, Luther Graves 
jr., David Beldins. 

FAYSTOJ\r.—B\\ Brnce, John C Gregg, Jacob Boyce, Stephen C 
Park'^r, Wm Bixbv. Daniel B Sherman. 

OOSHFJ^ GORE BY PLALVFIELD.—JonhthsLa Perkins. 

MARSIfFIELD.— HoT&ce Hollister, Jacob Putnam, Edwin Pitkin, 
Harvey Colburn, William Moore, Hiram Pottei, Bowman B Martin, 
Abiel H Davis, Ira Smith, Rkhard Mears, Tiue Eaton, Jabez L Car- 
penter, Hiram L Goodwin, Daniel Bemis, Abijah Hall, Solomon L 
Gilman, Henry W Goodwin, Samuel D Hollister. 

MIDDLESEX— HoTvtcc Holden, Thomas Stowell, Wm S Clark, 
Jacob S Ladd, Oliver A Chamberlin, Stephen Herrick, Xatli'l M Car- 
penter, Columbus C Putnam, Geo H Lewis, Wm D Mclntyre, Aaron 
Ladd. John Poor, Leander U arren, Jacob C Steel, Ashley Blodgett. 

MOJ^TPELIER — Dnr=us Boyden, Parley Davis, Israel Goodwin, 
John Spalding, .Azel Spalding, John Vincent, Lyman Brings, Gamal- 
iel Wiishburn, Wm VV Cadwell, Homer W Heaten, Charles Sibley, 
Araunah Waterman, Cyrus Ware, Wm Martin, Silas C French, Cha's 
G Eastman, Rufns P Moses. Mcdad Wright jr., Sylvanus Ripley, Sal- 
vin K rdlins, Slinbae) P Short, Cornelius W Bancroft, Joseph P Po- 
land, Nalh'l C King. Lucius B Peck, Isaac Late, Oramel H Smith, 
George Howes, Daniel P Thompson, Sam'IS Kelton, Jackson A Vail, 
Pardon Stevens, Geo Worthington, Kawsel R Keith, Jeremiah T 
Marston, Thomas Reed, Joshua Y Vail, John Jay Willnrd, Royal 
Wheeler, A'fird Wainwright, Fcrrand F Merrill, Joseph A Prentiss, 
Addison Peck, Ci arles Reed, Ebenczer Scribnei jr., Charles Walling, 
Daniel linldwin, James 'i 'Ihurston, Stoddard B Colby. 

^/Oflf:? OJfA".— Uriah Howe, John Howes, Dennis Child, Charles 
Howe, McHhec Ware, Wm C High. Samuel Smith, Alphous Bass, Jo- 
seph Sawyer, Roger G Bulkley, Micah B Tuplin, Cordilla Walker, 
Georee Woodbury, Horace Eaton, Daniel Harris, Nathan B Smaliey, 
Don P Carpenter. 

JsrORTllFIF.LD.—CiiW\n Cady, John L Buck, Luciu? Edson, Wm 
NichoN, Daniel P King, James Gould, Henry Knapp^ George K Cob- 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 



lO.i 



leigh, Charles C Closson, Allen Balch, Marvin Simons, Eleazer Loom- 
is, John Averili, Solomon Dunham, Jesse Averill, Emanuel Sawyer, 
John \j Sprout, Abiel Andrus, G P Randall, Lewis Hassam, Asa V 
Rawson, Joel Winch jr., Thomas S Slade, Leander Foster, Oliver 
Averill, Josiah P Brooks, Hiram L Briggs, Nathan Morse, IraHolton, 
Aden Smith, James Palmer, Sam'l U Richmond, Elijah Smith, Moses 
Robinson, Thomas L Mayo. 

PLjITJ^FIELD.— Amherst Perkins, John W Batchelder, Sullivan 
B Gale, Lafayette Pitkin, Dennis Vincent, Horace Batchelder, Good- 
win Reed, James M Town, Ezra Kidder. 

ROXB URY.—Ch3.T\es Samson, Stephen Pierce, Luther Ainsworth, 
Allen Spalding, Samuel M Hildreth, Florace M Nichols, Wm W 
VVoodwaid, Darius Hatch, Thomas R Shaw, Henry SBoyee, Stillnrian 
Ruggles, Benoni Webster, William Ruggles, Alvin Braley, Philip 
Cram, Benj Edwards jr. 

JV^ITSFIELD—CaWm Fullerton, Rod'k Richardson, MS Jones, 
Jenison Jones, Hiram Jones, Samuel Cliipman, Orange Smith, Dan 
Richardson, Hiiam Joslin, Cyrus Joslin, L S Griggs, J C Fargo. 

/f.^/2/?£J\r.— Joshph A Curtiss, Franklin A Wright, James Rich- 
ardson, Thomas Sargent, Moses Ordway, Leonard Brown, Darius S 
Parker. Lewis Caidell, Denslow Upham, Aaron Rising. 

W^TERBURY.— Henry F Janes, Paul Dillingham jr., W^m Car- 
penter, Silas May, Leslie Gregg, Benj R Gubtil, Rufus Smith, Jos 
Moody jr., Jeremiah Clark, John Gregg, John Wade, Oliver W Drew, 
L Lyon, Patrick Bryan, Wm Richardson, Horace Atkins, E W Bates. 

Jf'OODBURY.— Stephen C Burnham, Joel Cilley, Isaac Wells jr., 
Asaph Town, James R Norcross, Elias Heath, Benj Wheeler, Jacob 
S Jackson, Ebenezer Bruce, Sam'l Biittain, Ira McLoud, Joseph Par- 
ker. Sargeant F Bailey, Stejihen Chipman. 

WORCESTER.— Geo W Leavitt, Milton Brown, Windsor Spear, 
Abel Whitney, Franklin Johnson, Samuel Andrews, Cyrus Brown, 
Martin C Brown. 



Caledonia County* 

^ohn P ^n^tr^idfs' I -^^sistawi Judges of the County Court. 

3on-s Flint", St. Johnsbury. Sheriff. 

Andrew Mc.Mill'in, Hifrh Bailiff. 

Geo C Cahoon, SMe^s Jlttomey. 

Samuel B Mattocks, Judge of Prohdte. 

Samuel Ingalls, Seneca Lndd, John Kelsey, Jail Commissioners. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

BARJ^ET.—Veter Laird Hugh Somers Isaiah Johnston Nathaniel 
Roy Caleb Clement Carleton Lawrence Worcester Hunt Richard P 
Hawley John Shaw Levi P Parks John H Currier Alexander H Gam- 
mel Walter Harvey David Gibson. 

BRADLEY F^LE.— Joshua Andrews C R Homan Dudley Hall. 

BURKE. — Elam White Isaac Denison George W Denison David 
Chadwick Asahel Burrington Philip W Smith John Colliy Joel Trull 
jr. Lewis Jenkins Almon S Bennett Geo J Denison Asa Smith Eben'r 
Darling Cha's C Newell Denison Fyler Daniel Beckwith Jona Law- 
rence \Vm Gleason jr. Sampson Woods Josiah A Johnson Wm War- 
den Wm S Brock James S Somers Abel B Flint Wra Harvey James 
K Remick Obed S Hatch. 

C^S 07".— Timothy P Fuller John Damon Leonard Orcutt MarcHS O 
Fisher Anthony Perry Caleb Fisher Alpha Webster Thomas Osgood 
Jacob Way Wm E Waldo William Lance Daniel Gould Nathaniel 
Perkins Jewett Walbridge Jeremiah Atkins Joseph Lance Geo Rog- 



104: 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 



ere John McLean Geo W Stone Thomas Safford jr. James Atkins 
Simeon L Brown Mathew P Wallace Roswell Farr John Doe. 

DAJ^VILLE. — Archelaus Sias Thomas Glysson Samuel Sias David 
T Bacheider John Kelsey Geo B Chandler Joseph Morrill Charles S 
Dana Eben'i Thompson Theron Howard Isaac \V Stanton Horace E- 
vans Judkins Randall Sam'l Ingralls Geo VV Drew J A Page Moses 
Stevens Samuel Varney Harvey T Moore Andrew McMillan Isaac N 
Colby Wm H Harris Harvey Kelsey Wm A Palmer Theophilus Drew 
Wm Sias Stuart Harvey Robert Kelsey Abial C Palmer Asa Morrill 
David Brown S J Y Vail Walter Davis Samuel B Mattocks Stephen 
Stevens. 

Gi^OrOJV.— Isaac N Hall John Darling Wm Vance 2d Hugh Dunn 
Moses Buchanan Thomas Wason Joseph Potts Daniel Roberts Nel- 
son Whitcher John Pa^e John Roberts Wm Darling Moses Burnham. 

OOSHE^r GORE BY JURD WICK.— Jacob Patch Joseph Clark 
Nathan Blodgett. 

//^i^D/f/C^.— Simeon Sinclair DW Aiken II S Chaplin John 
Walbridge Jona Foster Orra Crosby Dustin Grow Wm Sanborn JosH- 
ua Stevens Bliss N Davis Levi Goodrich Daniel French David Tuttle 
James Porter Sam'l Davis jr. Luman Bronson Silas Underwood Wal- 
ter Doe John L Pope William Blair Andrew M Blair Francis E Fuller 
Lewis A Delano David French. 

KIRBY. — James Church Merritt Newhall Jonathan Lewis Albert 
W Burroughs Timothy Locke Stephen Williams ji. Chester VV Car- 
penter Bcnj B Nickerson Charles H Graves Russel Risley Nathaniel 
Willis E W Spalding Earl Barney Sullivan Ranney. 

LyjVDOJV,— Geo C Gaboon Tho's Bartleit jr. John T G Cunning- 
ham Lewis R Brown Stephen McGafiey Charles Roberts Bradbury 
Richardson Andrew J Willard Wm O Fuller John M Hoyt John W 
Evans Rodolphus Walker Geo Ide John H Skinner Benj Sanborn E- 
paphras B Chase Edwaid A Cahoon John A Darling Char's VV McKay : 
Welcome Bemis Daniel Bowker Ephraim Chamberlia Jchiel Powers ■ 
Philip Goss E W Carpenter Lucius Kimball. 

J^EWARK. — .■\ustin Packer Amos Parker Wm Cheney Levi Sleep- 
er Lauren M Sleeper Henry Dolloff James Wire Eleazer Davis John- 
son Smith Hiram Allard Welcome Allard Dan Y Miles Abner Day. 

PEACHAM. — .^lanson Stevens David W Choate Jacob Blanchard 
layman Watts Hazen Merrill James Clark .Mexander Harvey William j 
Mattocks Samuel A Chandler Hnrvey Blanchard Joseph Partridge 
Isaac Watts Nehemiah Bradley Uriah W Miner Heniy Walker Orrin I 
Martin John Phillips £ C Chamberiin Simon Blanchard Tristram San- 
born Benj Bickford Schuyler Merrill. 

i«r£rv^7£.— Archibald Park John Nelson James Hall 2d John 
Cameron John Bigelow Thomas Nelson John McLure Harry Mooro 
George (,'owle8 Robert Nelson Thomas Nelson Robert Symes Muses 
Gates Robert Cochrane Lawson Biuce Andrew J Morrill. 

SHEFFIELD.— Moses Davis Nathaniel Elkins Francis Jenness 
James Townsmd James Roberts Elisha Da\i8 Hiel Bradley Jonathan 
Taylor Jor-I Chesley Jos H Ingalls Chauncey G Drown Hitam Jen- 
ness Joseph Ide J G Kingston J P Ingalls Horace Diown Samuel Bean 
Samuel VVillard Ezokicl Miles Chaiinccy L Ingalls. 

1ST. JOIIJ^rsBURy.-Moaea Kittredge Jerry Dickerman David W 
Lee Ezra Ide John Bacon Lewis Pierce George Ranney David Gossjr. 
Gardner Whcolcr Hirnm Roberts Luther Jewelt James Harris Wm P 
Bloughton Calvin Morrill Jubal Harrington Josiah Wright David 
Chapmrin Moses Hill .\sn L French Hiram Knapp Kphraim Pnddork 
Sanlord 'I hayer Hairinon (Jobb Albert G Chadwick Joseph P Fair- 
banks Solomon Andrews Frederick Bugbec Charleu Starks. 



COUKTY 0FF1CER3. 105 



S?77"2^0JV.— Luther Stoddard Tbaddeus Curtis Aaa Marston Ralph 
Jacobs Daniel Cross Philip McGaffey Jona Eastman Pbineas Stod- 
dard Benjamin F Brockway H W Estabrook John Ladd jr. L D Hall 
Thomas True Nehemiah Shaw John Beckwith Wm Hutchinson Cal- 
vin Chase Daniel G Shaw Joseph Parher Jona Richaidson M F Blake 
Geo W Roberts William Down Jona Pillsbury Nathan Way Horace 
Bingham Jenks M Putnam. 

WALDE^T. — John Gould Simeon Farnsworth Thomas W Vincent 
Nathaniel Perkins Samuel Currier Sereno Montgomery Isaac Patter- 
son Leonard F Edwards Wm C vontgomery Daniel Wooster James 
Bell Robert White Hiram Perkins Merrill Foster Edward Farrington. 

WATERFO RD.— ioseph Ide Jonah Carpenter Crowell Chamber- 
lin Lucius S Freeman John Felch Richard F Rowell Jefferson Hos- 
mer Jona D Stoddard Abel Goss Lyman Hibbard WilJiam Hovey Dan- 
forth Cheney Royal Hoss Nathaniel Lee Rufus Hurlburt Abner Miles 
Lora D Hill Joseph A Gould. 

WHEELOnK.—SewM Bradley Wm Chase Hollis Heath Abner 
Hoyt Charles Mathewson jr. Joseph F Darling Samuel Nelson John 
Cofran Nathaniel Hart Jefferson Cree John W Brown S F Shattuck 
Daniel V\'heeler Stephen Morgan jr. Jefferson Leavitt Aaron Melvin 
jr. Benjamin Conner E M Magoon Johnson Bean Charles Rogers S 
D Gray George Flagg. 



Orleans County, 

JohnmTdh^<^°^'^' \ -^^^i^i^ni Judges of the County Court. 

James Hamilton, Troy, Sheriff. 

Silas Sears, Hi^h Bailiff. 

Henry F Prentiss, State's Attorney. 

Jacob Bates, Judge of Probate. 

Thomas Jameson, Luke Spencer, Sam'l Conant, Jail Commissioners. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

ALBAJ^r.—Verley Hyde, Eli Chambetlin, Dyer Bill, Luther Del- 
ano, Erastus Fairman, Nathan Bedee, Chester Hyde, Medad Darling, 
Zuar Rowell, Luke Story, Edward Flint, Orin Austin, Seth Phelps. 

J5./3jR7 0JV.— Gilbert Ellis, Harrison Stanton, Abraham Smith, Da- 
vid S Abbott, Jere Mansfield, Richard Newton, John H Kimball, Benj 
F Robinson, George Leiand, Sylvester D Kimball, Orin Cutler, Cyrus 
Eaton, Alexander Wright, Franklin Farley, Fred'k M Kimball, Hor- 
ace Pierce, Amos C Robinson. 

B RO If JVIJVGTOJV.— Chester Gilbert, Timothy Joyslin, J F Skin- 
ner, T C Stewart. Lathrop Chamberlin, Gilman Esty, Wm Joyslin, 
Page Remick, Wilder Parker, Wm Twombly. 

CHARLESTOjY.— Ira. Warren, Jacob Fallon, Nath'l S Clark, Eli- 
jah Robinson, Durkee Cole, Gardner Gage, Dan'l M Palmer, Seneca 
B Cooley, Amos Parlin, Albert Lawrence, Elisha Brigham, John M 
Bebee, James P Tyler, Jedediah Skinner, Willard Chase, Winthrop 
Cole, Loren M Clark. 

COVEJ^TRY.— Orin Alton, O T Brown, Philip Flanders, Thomas 
Guild, E M Gray, H S Jones, S S Kendall, John W Mussey, Charles 
Story, Greenleaf Boynton, D P Walworth, Elijah Cleaveland, Isaac 
Parker, Erastus Wright. 

CRAFTSBURY.—Samue] C Crafts, James E Burnham, Silas Grow, 
Alvah R French, Geo F Sprague, Nathan S Hill, Wm Hidden, GeoH 
Cook, Wm J Hastings. 

DERBY. — Joseph Bates, Zenas Cobb, Orem Newcorab, David M 
Camp, Hiram House, Benj Hinrnan, Biigham Pike, Otis Thompson, 
Levi Spalding, Daniel B B Cobb, Henry F Prentiss. J L Edwards, Wm 



106 COCNTT OFUCERS. 

M Dickerman, Samuel Cheney, L C Bates, L L Collier, Jeremiah 
Glines, EG Johnson, A B ?1oore, VA'm Verback, James Way, N S 
Benham, Chester Carpenter, \Vm P Bates. 

GLO rER.— Jascph H Dwinell, Charles C Hardy, George Leonard, 
James Martin, Mark Nutter, James Simonds, Amos P Bean, Peter 
Morse, Hiram Philips, Fordvce S French, Jos Parker, I N Cushman. 

OREELVSBORO' —Sathan Cutler, Samuel Hill, Charles Cook, 
Josiah N Stevens, Gporge H Page, Ezckiel Rand, Wm Bailev, Eben'r 
A Randall, John C Tibbefts, John Sawyer, L F Waterman, Hamilton 
Stimson, Jabcz Pinney, Sam'i Baker, Merrill Williams, Horace Cass, 
Timothy Walker. 

HOLLAJ^D. — Josiah Robinson, Aaron Davis, Orson A Grow, Wm 
Hall, Lewis .^Ibee, Joseph F'etcher, Mo=es Pelce, Hezekiali Inger- 
8on, Ezra Hinman, Cornelius D Tabor Jason Hinman, Micah Ferrin. 

IRJiSBURQH.— Thomas Jameson, Jesse Cooper, Timo PRedfield, 
Jonas Kidder, Joseph Knights, Nath'l Daggett jr., Alexander Jameson, 
Moody B Kimball, Simon K Locke, John Guild, Joseph Wiggins, 
Luke, Spencer, John H Prentiss, Mark Drew, Hubbard Hastings, Geo 
Worthington jr., Albert A Webster, Samuel Conant, Freeman Ran- 
ney, Hiram Kellam, Henry M Bates, Elijah G Strong. 

J^Y. — Willinm Williams, Ammi Brown, Alanson Sanborn, John 
Young, ^Aillard Hoyt, David Johnson, W Walker, Bradley Sanborn. 

Z,0~/fEZ-L.— Daniel Sanlmrn, .Samuel Warner, W G Aldrich,Tho'8 
Woolley, Amasa Paine, Charles Leland, Herod Farman, Benj Spal- 
ding, Joseph Brown, David Dana, Wm S Flint, John P Sarlle, Wra 
Knapp, Ziha Colburn. 

MORG^JiT—S S Corey, W S Parker, David Hamblet, John Piper, 
Jothum Cummings, Charles Cummings, Ruel Cobb, John McCurdy, 
Zenns Bartlett, Silas Lund, Simeon Allbce. 

JV£rrPO«r.— Seymour Lane, Orville Daggett, Orville Robinson, 
Wm Moore jr., Joel R Daggett, Arnold Prouty, Timo B Pratt, George 
W Wright, Peter Wheelock, Wm Niles, Jona Frost, G W Kendall. 

SjILEM. — Samuel Blake, Hoiaco Crandull, Isaac C Smith, Daniel 
Chase, Porter Lyon, Noyes Hopkinson. 

TROY. — Wm Bi'lings, Ezra Johnson, Samuel Sumner, Thomas J 
Sartwell, Norman Boariman, Ralph Chamberlin, Curtis Phelps, Na- 
than H Downs, Ira A Bailey, Henry Corey, John Hamilton, Erastus 
Booth, Harrison Atwood, Samuel H Hovey, Dudley West, Cuitia El- 
kins, A Judson Rowell. 

H'ESTFIELD.— Chester Coburn, Luther Page, Franklin Chamber- 
lin, Jore Ho.lgkins, Stephen Roberts, Geo Stoughton, James Brown, 
Jairus Slebbins, Henry Richardson. 

H'E>)T.\fORE.—PQtcT Gilman, Calvin Gibson, Carlton Cheney, 
John M Kibby. 

Wranhtin Conttly, 

Alvah Saliin } ^ ■ . rj ^ ^ r^ n ^ 

I Jona. H. Hubbard, \ •^««<"'" -^^d^es of the Co, Court. 
j John S. Foster, St. Albans, SheriJ. 

Orson Carpenter, ///^A Bailiff. 

Homer E. Royr-, Statr\i .^liomcy. 

James DhvI-, Judge of Probate. 

Jos H Brainard, Jasper Curtis, Wm N Smith, Jtul Commissionera. 

JUSTICES OF THE I'EACE. 

AVERY'S r?0«E— EpIiraimS Holm<;s. 

RJIKF.RSFIELD. — Clijah Barnes. Silas B Hazeltine, Samuel 
Woodard, Amos E Parker, Wm Giddings jr , Calvin Ewing, Lyman 
Wells, Ira Fny, Jesse Dunham, Seih Oakes, Charles C Stone, Josiah 



COUNTT OFFICERS. lOT 



F BrigJiam, Cyrus Barnes, John Morse, Win C Wilson, Nathan Dodge, 
Augustus Cliilds. 

BERKSHIRE.— Wm CElhwoTth, Joseph Smith, James C Stone, 
Lewis Ewings, Oliver Austin, Lucius H Wiieeler, Pascal P Leavens, 
Sheldon S Brewer, Wm S Rublee, Heman S Royce, Hiram Darlings, 
Harv WoodrufF. Henry Comings, Elias Babcock, Linus Leavens. 

EJ\rOSBUROH — Horatio N Bather, Dennis Sampson, George Ad- 
ams, Samuel Dow, Chester Waller, Lyman R Barnum, Bennett Eaton, 
D M Ladd, Samu«l H Stevens, Theophilus Mansfield, Theodore Piatt, 
Philander Chad wick, CB Maynard, Caleb R Brewer, Harvey D Hayes. 

FAIRFAX. — Jos Hunt, Joshua Brush, Ami Willson, Newton M 
Learned, James H Famesworth, Charles H Beeman, Philo Weeks, 
Elijah Story, Damon Howard, Reuben Rloulton, Lucas Kingsbury, 
Aaion H Orton, Anson Soute, Silas W Brush, James Bellows. Benj 
Richardson, Horace Wells, Gassius Buck, Lucas R Beeman, Albert 
Uftbrd, Homer E Hubbell. 

FjIIRFIELD.— Jacob Smith, Joel Barber, Joseph Soule, Joseph 
Bowditch, Lyman Royce, Samuel Perley, Thomas F Gerald, Har- 
mond Northrop, Bradley Soule, Joseph A Famesworth, Samuel 
Beardsley, Albert G Soale, Bradley Barlow, Horatio Wakemon, Sey- 
mour Allen, Isaac T Story, Putnam G Stonp, Hiram Chandler, Fay- 
ette Hill, Stephen Marvin, Benj G Brigham, Aaron H Payne, Or- 
mand Bradley, Comfort Barnes Samuel C Case. Patrick McNuny. 

FLETCHER —John Kinsley jr., Jos Ellsworth jr., Ebenezer Bai- 
ley, Lucas Holmes, Patrick McGetrick, Hiram Nichols, Reuben Arm- 
strong, Royal T Bingham, Otis Sherman, Zera W Strait, Joseph Rob- 
inson, Charles A Scott, Joseph King. 

FRjJMKLJJiT.—YeteT Chase, Nahum Temple, John H Cheney. 
Dolphus Dewing, Eleazer Olmstead, Charles Fefton, Charles Peck- 
ham, Reuben Towie, Philip S Gates, Sylvester C Noble, Asa Gallup, 
Paul Gates, Zechariah Shedd jr., Erastus Hubbard. 

QEORGIA. — Ira Hinkley, Lorenzo Janes, Cyrus Holchkiss, Sol- 
omon Bliss, David P Clark, David FaJTchild, Stephen Holmes, Ste- 
phen T Larnard, Truman Williams. 

fl'/«Hr?j3T'£.— Israel SJenison, John GSaxe, Conrad Saxe, Ch's 
D Sanford, Alvin Haskins, Joseph A Cutler, David Stickney, John 
Johnson jr., Ssmuel Steinhour, Levi H Spear, Wm Robinson, Henry 
Steinhour, Walter C Steven*, Daniel H Farrington, Harvey Hyde, 
Samuel B Upham, Voientine R Goodrich, Z K Drury, Luther Meigs, 
Adam Chrystie, Nath'I McClure. 

MOJ'J'TOOMERY.—Kn^vis Hamilton, B W Fuller, John L Clapp, 
Hiram Rawson, Joshua Clapp, Sim«on T Thomas, Dan'l H Bailey, 

RICHFORD.—iesse Woodruff", Silas P Carpenter, Ariel Parker, 
John S Royce, Zopher Fletcher, Reuben Rounds, Caleb Royce, Ste- 
phen Caipenter jr., John Huse, Jay Powell, Wm Y Weighlman, Wm 
Corliss, Arad W Sears, Calvin P Dwyer. 

SHELDOJ^\ — Amasa M Brown, Ai^ustus Bart, Capron Freeman, 
Wanton Hazard, Nath'I Wait, NathT G Martin, Ransom E Wilder, 
Charles Gallup, Andrew Durkee, Jacob Wead, David Chappel, Bry- 
ant Hall, Llovd Mason, M H Bliss, J P Clark, Sam'l White, F M Marsh. 

ST. .-ftBjjJVS.— Joseph H Brainerd, Asa O Aldis, John Nason, 
Alanson L IVright. Zebdial Tracy, John GSmith, Alfied H Hunting- 
ton, Decius R Bogue, Henry ESeymour, Wm N Smith, Daniel R 
Potter, Martin W Hunt, Hiram B Sowles, Elihu L Jones, Benjamin 
H Smalley, Heman Green, Charles J Sa:ie, Heman R Beardsley, Hor- 
ace Livingston, Charles Stilpben, Corydon Beckwith, Ralph Lasell, 
Michael F Palmer, Joseph Weeks, Julius B Brooks, Cornelius Stil- 
phen, Romeo H Hoyt, Jeptha Bradley, James Davis, Seo F Houghton, 



108 COUNTY OFFiCEKS. 

Jasper (Jurlis, Stephen S Brown, Orlando Stevens, Joho B Gallar, 
Wm Bridges, Wm B Wilson, Chauncny Smith. 

SWjJ^rOA*. — Volcntine S Ferris, Asa G Bennet, Lewis Jaoes, 
Jos.^ph Blake, Micliial E Housinrer, VVheelock S Thayer, C A Mead, 
Wm H Bell, Adna Orcutt, Jona Wuite, Abrani B Manser, N L Whil- 
temore, Hiram Fuller, George Green, Geo W Foster, Warren Robin- 
son, Harvey Rice, Shudrack Hathaway, Ira Church, Silas W Newton, 
Daniel BuHurd jr , Alfred Forbes, Allen Warner. 



Unmoille CoHHty. 

Vernon W Waterman, / a ■. r . ^.l n . r< 

I Alpheu* Morse, ) ^^ssistani JusUce^ of the County Court 

i Jason Grain, Cambridge, Sheriff. 
\ George W Bailey, Ht^h Bailiff. 

W'illi.»m W V\ hilc, State's jiitomcy. 

Hiiilow P Smith, Jud^e of Probate, 
1 G A Eaton, Wesley .Matthews, Duvid Campbell, JaiZ Commisioners. 

I JUSTICESOF'TH£P£ACE 

( EELl'IDERE.— Moses Phelps, Moody Shattuck, Amos K Whitte- 
, more, Phineas Carpenter, Abel F Smallcy, Slickaey Uodgkins, Tho's 

Potter, Amos Thomas. 
1 CJiMBRtDCiE.—iixmes B Gilmore, Oel Safford, Rensalaer Read, 

Heniy Slowell, Martin Uires, Addison Soule, Benj Barrett, Porter T 
j Dickeison, iNornmn Atwo«il, Miles Barnett, Wm H Law, Harry Rey- i 
I nolds, Willard Griswold, H W Sabins, David Wadsworth, Joseph B ' 
, Morgan, Giles A Birber, C C Chadwick, Ambrose Chase, Jona Gates, 1 

Elias Chiidwick, H .\ Latiirop, Harrison Warner, B S Miner. ' 

EDEJ\'.— John T Pratt, John Smith, Winslow Wheolock, P A Mat- i 

thews, Samuel Plumlcy jr., Araasa Stephens, Massa Bassett, Abra- [ 

ham Smith, John .Morgan. i 

£L.WO/<f:.— Abel Camp, G W Bailey, Lester Tillotson, WUliam P 

Mores, Simeon Bridge, Joseph H Bryant, Silas F Jones. | 

HYIJEPJlRK.— Lucius H xVoyes, Harlow P Smith, Philo G Camp, , 

Jesse B \oyes, .Neheniiah Waicrman, Horace Huron, Aaron 'K"cler, ! 

Jas \ewlaml, Ariel Hunton, Joshua Sawvei, Francis Smallcv, David j 

Campbell, R H Crosby, A B .Morrill, N P Keelor.S Brown, Ira'ilerrick. I 
! JOHMSOX. — Andrew Dow, Sewall >iewion, Wm Simons, Sam'l | 
, Andrews, Cornelius Lyndo, W W White, J J Beardsley, C B Taylor, | 

J C Dodge, Gardner LJace,T W»terman, Dexter Whiting, G W Hill. I 
MAj\SFIELD.—\\m .\ason, W H Mann, Lymla Adams, Geo W 
, Luce, D \ Marshall, Joshua J^uce, Lucius Sallis, John Russell. \ 

JilURKISTOIiW.—Samue\ A Williird, .N'.ithaniil Gates, Horace ', 

PoweiH, Vernon P Noyes, >ialh;in Perkins, Jos Scars, Benoni Shaw, 

Hiram Earl, Lathrop Eaton, John Miles, John Ferrin, Almerin 'J'iiiker, | 

G A Eaton, L P Poland, Isaac .Mien, Charles Gosh, Geo W Gates, ' 
I Neh'h Town, Frfd'k Powers, Geo Small, Calvin Burnett, N H Safford, i 

A C Boardmiii), Warren Spalding, .Morris Cole, Pdog Sroficld, Wm , 
j Raymond, Lufr Poland, D PNoves, FD Matthews, Luinan Wheeler. 1 
aTERUA'G — Mos.s Vilas, Arad Baker, Oliver Sandeis, James M ; 
I Campbell, Asaph Konfield. 

ST'OWf;.— Asahcl Raymond, Noah Robinson jr., Randolph Wash-] 
I burn. Sam'l R Smith, .\hner Fuller, Z VV Bennett, O W Butler, Rich- 1 

ard Wait, Marviti Dutlon, G«o Raymond, Lemuel Thomas, J H Ben- ! 
I noit, J VV Rand, Harvey McAllister, P P Delano, D T Allen, Orin 
: Perkins, Nathan Robinxon, Nathan Foster, A C Burko. j 

H'ATF.RVILLK.—OtifWH\ McFarland, Alpheus .Mome, SyUanus 

Willey, David Willcv, S L H.-mingway, W S Brown, JcsicC Uolmes, 

Charles RobcrUon, Moses Fi».k, J D Froeinan, U T Cull. 



COUNTY OFFrCERS. 109 

WOLCOTT.—W G Ferrin, Joel Davenport, John Hawes, Gilbert 
Noyes, Epliraim Ladd, Alger Jones, Seaver Chamberiin, Charles G 
Moulton, P S Benjamin, Joel Mariia, Geo H Whitney^ Isaac Pennock, 
Joseph Chub, J B Bryant, J A Whitney, M J Stanley, Lyman Titus, 
D G Pennock. 

JE»»ex County. 

SXn^trave;, !-^-'«''"^-^«^=-^^ "/«'" C^.KU/y Co^U 

Reuben C Benton, Lunenburgh, Sheriff. 

John W Hartshorn, .Wig-A Bailiff... 

Wm H Hartshorn, Stater's ^tt9rney. * 

Jonah Brooks, Jr., Judge oj Probate. 

John Dodge, Marcus A Webbj Hiram H Nichols, Jail Commisssoners. 

JC7STIC ES OF TfiE (EACI^ 

BLOOMFIELD.—SelAen Burbank Sam'l N Silver Orlando SchofF 
Wm Stevens Wm Burbank Julius- T Holbrook Prince Snow Isaac N 
Bartlett Jeremiah Wright. 

BRIOHTOM—3o}in Stevens Jonathan Gilman Elias Aldrich. 

BRUJ\rSffICK—El\sha Webster John D French David Hyde John 
W Johnson Luke Fiits Elias Taylor Geo Marshal J B English. 

CjiJVj^ J9M—Uagh Kennedy Heman Nichols Kimball B Fletcher 
Wm Moriill Hiram P Cooper Levi Morrill Joshua Morrison. 

COJVCOiJZ).— Harvey G Fry Nathan J Graves Mof^es Hill Warner 
Bingham David Hibbard Geo Carpenter Jennison Carruth John Morse 
John G Darling Rufus H Woodbury Sam'l G Babaock Wm Buck Asa 
Hibbard David Hibbard jr. Wm B May. 

E/iST HjI VEJ\\— Rnssel Hosford Manning Walter Kittredge Hud- 
son Horace L Walter. 

GRjIJVBY. — Ashley Appleton Henry Hartshorn Gershara Carpen- 
ter Theron Webb 2d James Ford Josiah D Jackson. 

GUILDHALL.— WmHeywood jr, John Dodge Wm H Hartshorn 
Marcus A Webb Henry Meaeham Oramel Crawford Azrn Burton 
R W Freeman J P Denison Jas Staele Anson Fish Jona Benjamin. 

LEMIJVGTOJK'.—Ahdie] Blodgett John Bailey Lem'l Allen Tho's 
Holbrook jr. Stephen Harris jr. 

LUJrEJ\rBURGH.—mTon S Chandler Mitchell Silsby J W Harts- 
horn Leland Snow Reuben Bell Jonah Brooks jr. Seth Cutler William 
Chandler James Morse jr. Alexander Lang John S Clark Daniel Che- 
ney 2d Stephen Howe Reuben C Benton. 

MJiIDSTOJ\rE.—Ba.me\ P Grow Putney Folensby Moody Rich 
Daniel C Kimball Tho's G Beattie Johfi Dewey Robert Gotham Ora 
Hall Orson Stevens Marquis Booth Ira D Hyde. 

VICTORY.— Isaac K Houston Chelsea JHildreth Lyman Fellows 
Giles Jones John Gates Jeremiah Ingraham Ichabod Turner Jas Towl. 

WEJ^LOCK.— John CargilJ James Corey. 



Graitid Isle County .^ 

Lorenzo Hall ' ( •^*"^^^"* Judges of the County Court. 

David G Dixon, South YierOy Sheriff. 

Pardon Deuel, High Bailiff. 

Jabez Ladd, Judo-e of Probate. 

Giles Harrington, State''s Attorney. 

Wm H Russell. Elihu Parks, John W Brown, Jail Commissioners. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

A LB UK GH— Orlando Bell, Joseph M Mott, George W Goodrich, 
John M Sowles, Frederick Hazen, Giles Harrington, Barber E Rey- 



110 COUNTV OFFICERS. — COLLEGES. 



Dolds, Abram Ladue, Jol) Baljcock jr., George Miller, Geo W Ames, 
Wm t?owles, Bethuel Clark, Ransom VV^ Darby, Henry 6 Griggs, Ste- 
pken Mott, Wm H Lyman. 

GRjiJ\t'D JSf.E.— Lewis Ladd, David E Griswold, Geo W Hyde, 
Samuel B Gordon. Edgar G Minckioe, Wyman H Pearl, Peth Gordon. 

ISLE IJi .MO'/T.— James H Tobias, Ransom Hall, Carmi Hall, 
Joseph H E'ldv, Henry Pike, Martin Reynolds, William Wait. 

jXORTH hero,— A^ii Mooney, Elisha Hibbard, John W Brown, 
Nath'l Holbrook jr., Joel Town, Jabez Hazen, F G Kinsley. 

SOUTH HERO,— DnxiA Corbin, Sylvanus Hnmphrey, William M 
Fletcher, Orange Phelps, Jesse Loudon, Franklin Robinson, C'ha's H 
Perrigo, AltVt'd .M Kinney, Abraham Harding, John T Keelrr. 



Colleges, t&'C. iit Verinout. 

WTniceraitf: of %*erutoiti, Burlington.— Rev. John Wheel- 
er, D. D., President. Pro/ec.>or6— Rev. Joseph Torrey, M. A., Pro- 
fessor of Intellectual and Moral Philosophy; Farrand Northrop Ben- 
edict, M. A., Mathematics and Civil Engineering; Henry Chancy, 
M. A., Natural PliHosopIiy ; Calvin Pease, M. A., Latin and Greek 
Languages ; Rev. Wm G T Sliedd, M. A., Prof of English Literature. 
Cataluirue, 1847. — Freshmen 31, sophomores24, juniors 19, seniors 33 — 
97. Commencement on 1st Wednesday in August. Vacations, four 
weeks from commencement, eight weeks from the first Wednesday in 
Deceml>or, anil one week from the 2d Wednesday in May. 

•yiiHtHebury t'ollese^jyTtddlehxiry. — Rev. Benjamin Labarce, 
D. D., Hresideii:, and Pri)fessor of Intellectual and Moral Philosophy, 
Professors — s^olomon !?to(ldard, A. M., Professor of Languages and I 
Librarian ; Alexander C Twining, A. M., Natural Philosophy, Math- I 
omatics and Civil Engineering; Kev. James Meacham, A. M., Rhet- | 
oric and English Lirrrature ; C! B Adams, \. M., Burr Professor of! 
Chemistry and Natural History; S Pearl Lathrop, M. D., Instructor I 
in Botany ; Ebcr I) Munger. A. M., Tutor. Catalogue, 1847, Seniors I 
15, juniors 1'), Bophomoios 2(), Freshmen 20 — 70. Commencement 4th | 
Wednesday in July. Vacations, from Commencement in July, four' 
weeks ; from the last Wednesday in November, eight weeks. From j 
the 4th Wednesday in April, one week. j 

VertMOHt •ltedir€il t'ollege^ Jf'oorf*eocA-.—B»«nj R Palmer, ' 
President, and Profissor of General, Special and Surgical Anatomy 
and Physiology ; Henry H Childs, Professor of Theory and Practice 
of .Medicine ; Hon. Jacob Collamer, .\. M. Professor of Medical Ju- 1 
risprudence ; Alon/.o Clarke, M. I)., Professor of the Institutes of 
Medicine and Pathological Anatomy ; Elisha Bartlctt, M. D., Profes- 1 
Bor of Obstetrics and .Materia Medica ; Edward M Moorn, M. D., Pro- ! 
feasor of the Principles and Practice of Surgery ; Chester Dewey, M. I 
D., Piofcssor of Chemistry and Botany. Board of Examiners apjmin- ! 
led by the ?»upreme Court, — Dyer Story, M. D., Job Lyman, A. M., Jo- 1 
soph H Denison jr., M. D., Rev, Worthington Wright, A. M., Samuel 
P Danforlh, M. D. Delegates from the Vermont Medical Society, — I 
James Spalding, M. D., and James B Porter, M. D. -Loctuies com- ' 
moncc th<! last TluirHdny in F'cbruary and continue sixteen weeks. — ' 
Fens for the wh.ilo course, .""J.SO. Matriculation fee, ."53 Graduation ' 
fee, §;lr<. The orguni/.alion of the institution is thorough and ample, ' 
and faciliiicK for injitniction are atTorded in all the departments. Ai 
course of lectures on Anatomy and Operative Surgery is given by Pro- 
fcHsor Palmer, commencing on the first Thurs. in Dec, and continuing i 
until the commennenteni of the general course in Feb, An ample sup- I 
ply of material in afloMJed lor the prosnrulion of I'ractic.al Anatomy, j 

Vaatletom JtMrdirat €^ollrgr, Ca.if/rton.— Incorporated Oc- 
tober, IKIH. Prcitidenl, Joseph Perkins, M. D.; Re.iTi.ttrar, Er.ra S i 



COLLEGES. — BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS, ETC. Ill 



Carr, M. D.; Treasurer, Isaac T Wright, Esq. Faculty, Joseph Per- 
kins, M. D., Professor of Materia Jtledica and Obstetrics ; Ezra S 
Carr, Professor of Chemistry, Natural History and Physiology ; VVm 
Sweetser, M. D., Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine ; Mid- 
dleton Goldsmith, M. D., Professor of Principles and Piactice of Sur- 
gery ; Thomas M Markoe, M. D., Professor of Descriptive and Path- 
ological Anatomy ; Wra C Kittredge, A. M., Professor of Medicul Ju- 
risprudence. Board of Examiners, (appointed by the tState Medical 
Society.) His Excellency Horace Eaton, M. D., Jonathan A Allen, M. 
> U., for 1848. Two courses of Lectures are delivered in this College 
1 annually, each course continuing four months ; the spring session com- 
! mencing on the last Thursday in February, and the autumnal session 
on the first Thursday in August. The Regular Collegiate Course 
• embraces three years of medical study, each year comprising two 
terras — the first term commencing on the first Thursday in December, 
•and continuing until the end of the spring session of Lectures ; the 
; second term commencing on the last Thursday in July, and continuing 
i until the end of the autumnal session of Lectures ; a thorough course 
i of examination being held each year by each Professor in his own de- 
! partment. 

Benevolent Institutions, &c. 
\*t. 9^ gricnltural Sf ttorlicnltural Society,— Cha's 
j Paine, Northfield. President ; E C Tracy, Wind.sor, Rec. p^ecetay ; 
Chauncey Goodrich, Burlington, Cor. Secretary ; Geo \V Scott, Mont- 
pelier. Treasurer. Annual meeting at Montpelier, 3d Thurs. in Oct. 
1*/. ^tsylit»n for the Insane, £rutlleburo\ — VVm H Rock- 
well, Superintendent and Physician ; Hampclen Cutts, Harlland, Com- 
I missioner for 1818. Patients in the year 1847, 426; dischaiged 1^2; 
'< leaving 304 on the 1st of August. Of those discharged 74 recovered. 
\ Terms, $2 per week for the first 6 mos., and f 1,50 per week afterwards. 
T^ermont Bible Society, — Hon. Zimri Howe, Casileton, 
President; Rev. Wm H Lord, Montpelier, Secretary; HY Barnes, 
Montpelier, Treasurer Annual meeting at Montpelier, Wednesday 
after the 9d Thursday in October. 

¥*#. Colonization Society, — Hon. Sam'l C Crafts, Crafts- 
bury, Pres't ; Rev. J K Converse, Burlington, Sec; Daniel Baldwin, 
Esq., Montpelier, Tieas. An meeting at Montpelier, 3d Thurs. in Oct. 
General Cong, Contention of 1*#, — Meets at Brandon 
3d Tuesday in June, at which time is held the meetings of Domestic 
Missionary Society, (Rev. J F Stone, Montpelier, Sec. and Agent,) Vt. 
Sabbath School Union, &. N. W^. Branch American Education Society. 
1^*er*nont Historical and •Antiquarian Society. — 
j Henry Stevens, Barnet, President ; Isaac F Redfield, S B Colby, Vice 
I Presidents ; Henry Stevens, Cabinet keeper and Librarian : Daniel 
I Baldwin, Montpelier, Treasurer ; D P Thompson, Montpelier, Rec. 
i & Cor. Secretary ; E P Walton, S H Jenison, I F Redfield, D M Camp, 
Jasper Curtis, Ariel Huntoon, Councillors. 

F*#. State JTentperance Society, — Hon. Horace Eaton, 
Pres.; Philip Battel, Middlebury, Cor. Sec. Annual meeting in Jan. 
'Vermont »ffedical Society, — James Spalding, Montpelier, 
President ;S W Thayer, Northfield, Vice President; ZP Burnham, 
Montpelier, Secretary ; Middleton Goldsmith, Castleton, Correspoud- 
ingSecretary ; J Y Dewey, Montpelier, Trciisurer. Annual meeting 
on Wednesday following the second Thursday in October. 



i 



Vermont !!)tate Prison. 

I Hiram Harlow, Superintendent ; Allen W^ardner, Horace Fifield, 
I Geo W Collamer, Directors ; Rev. Thomas Kidder, Chaplain. 



118 



BARKS. — CO. SUPERIIfTCNDENTS, ITC. 



Abstract of the condition of tlie several Banks in 
Vermont, August 1847. 

Hon. CARLOS COOLIDGE, Bank Commissioner. 



Xame of Bank. 



Burlington, 

Brattleboro', 

Bellows Falls, 

Black Kivcr, 

Caledonia, 

Farmers', Orwell 

Far.&.Mech.Bur. 

Manchester, 

Middlobury, 

Montpelier, 

Newbury, 

Orange County, 

Orleans, 

Poultney, 

Rutland, 

Su Albans, 

Vergennes, 

Woodstock, 



150000 
75000 
54312* 
40000 
50000 
9--2190 

105000 
70000 
75000 

100000 
50000 
50000 
30000 
50000 

100000 
50000 

100000 
60000 



130!502J 









182882 00' 
149020 00 
100395 00, 
79375 00| 
97355 50| 
125171 OOl 
17431100 
120ii36 00, 

130731 oo; 

188785 001 

148644 00 

971.52 00 

51382 00 

98282 00 

176946 00 

J 33405 00 

179278 93 

119541 00 



34890 00 
23279 32 
28107 57 

5800 89 
16738 99 

7429 75 
27828 65 
14638 40 
23230 08 
74506 30 
16744 97 

3639 90 

5931 75 
1 1905 33 
22751 48 
3331 J 63 
42901 36 
2181173 



367772 00 
247299 32 
182815 07 
125175 89 
164094 49 
224790 75 
307139 65 
205274 40 
228961 OS 
363291 30 
215388 97 
150791 90 
87313 75 
160187 33 
299697 48 
216716 63 
322180 29 
201352 73 



2353292 43 4 15 148 10 4070243 03 4150021 79 



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388775 04 
249711 01 
190368 98 
126467 39 
171783 43 
225772 09 
307747 78 
203303 77 
229979 88 
.372997 11 
228101 43 
158233 89 
87651 24 
163175 35 
304521 51 
212530 84 
325856 10 
203045 02 



»uperintendents of i onunon Sclxool«. 

HORACE EATON; Enoaburgh, State Superintendent. 
COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS. 

Ponnington Co.— Wm .S Southworth, Bennington. 
Windham — Rev. Addison Brown, Brattleboro'. 
Windsor — Rev. Joel Clapp, Woodstock. 
Rutland— Rev. Chauncey Taylor, Chittenden. 
Addison— Kev. L L Tilden, Cornwall. 
Orange— Roger M Howard, Thetford. 
Chittenden— Kev. Simeon Parmelce, Underhill. 
Washington— Rev. E J Scott, Montpelier. 
Caledonia — Rev. RuTus Case, East St. Johnabury. 
Franklin— John G Saxo, Highgato. 
Orleans — David M Camp, Derby. 
Lamoille- Rev Septimus Robinson, Morrisvillo. 
Eaiei— Rev. Thomas Hall, Guildhall, 
Grand lole— Rev. Jesse F Cruig, Grand Isle. 
{fC/" For Town .^"uporintendents, see town officers. 



(JouinilKxioncrx in ottter States to take acknowl- 
edgement of Deefli», DepoHitionsy dtc, for Vt.-- 
appointed ttince October, 1810. 

William IJ I'arkrr, Portsmouth, N. li. 

Lyman .Mnson, Wm C Strong, Abel Merrill, Jamos M Keith, Luther 



B Gurnsey, Boft<»ri, Mass. 
Goo P Hriggs, L 
(Jordon L Ford, t;<lwnrd P CInrk, New York City 



riggs, LawriMico, Ma«s. 



John B Frick, Edward Y Farquhar, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Albert C Ainiworth, Nijw Urieanp, La. 



GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES. 



113 



Goverument of tlie UniitedL States. 

JAMES K. POLK, Tennessee, President, Sal. $25,000 

GEORGE M. DALLAS, Pennsylvania, Fice President, Sal. $5,000 

MEMBERS OF THE CABINET. 

James Buchanan, Pennsylvania, Secretary of State, Sal. $6,000 

Robert J. Walker, Mississippi, Sec^y of the Treas., Sal. 6,000 

William L. Marcv, New York, Secretary of War, Sal. 6,000 

John Y. Mason, Virginia, Sec^y of the J\ravy, Sal. 6,000 

Cave Johnson, Tennessee, Post Master Qeneral,S&l. 6,000 

Nathan Clifford, Maine, Attorney General, Sal. 4,000 



Tbirtietl). Congress— First Session. 

(Meets on the First Monday of Dec, 1847.) 
MEMBERS OF THE SENATE. 



Maine- 



Term expires. 

•Jamea W Bradburv,! 1853 

John Fairfield,! ' 1851 

J\r. Zf.— Cha's G Atherton,t 1849 

John P Hale, Ind., 1853 

Fermont— William Upham,* 1849 

Samuel S Phelps,* 1851 

JJfas5.— Daniel Webster,* 1851 

John Davis,* 1853 

R. Island— John Clark,* 1853 

Albert C Greene,* 1851 

Conn.— John M Niles,t 1849 

J W Huntington,* 1851 

JV. r.— John A Dix,t 1849 

Dan'l S Dickinson,! 1851 

JV. J.— Jacob W Miller,* 

Wm L Dayton,* 

Penn. — Simon Cameron,! 

Daniel Sturgeon,! 

Delaware — Presley Spruance,*1853 

John M Clayton,* 1851 

Maryland — Ja's A Pearce,* 1849 

Reverdv Johnson,*1851 

Virginia— R M T Hunter,! 1853 

James M Mason,! 1851 

JV. C— Willie P Mangum,* 1853 

Geo E Badger,* 1849 

S. C— John C Calhoun,! 1853 

A P Butler,! 1849 



1853 
1851 
1849 
1851 



Geor^fO— Walter T Colquitt,!1849 

Vacancy. 
Jlldbama — Arthur P Bagby,! 

Vacancy. 
Miss. — Jefferson P Davis,! 

Henry S Foote,! 
Louisiana — S N Downs,! 

Henry Johnson,* 
Tenn. — Hopkins L Turney,! 

Vacancy, 
Kentucky-^J J Crittenden,* 



1847 

1851 
1853 
1853 
1849 
1851 

1849 



J R Underwood,* 1853 

OAjo— Thomas Corwin,* 1851 

William Allen,! 1849 

Indiana — EAHannegan,! 1849 

Jesse D Bright,} 1851 

Illinois — Sidney Breese,! 1849 

Step'n A Douglass,! 1853 

Missouri — D R Atchison,! 1849 

Tho's H Benton,! 1851 

Arkansas — Chester Ashley, f 1853 

A H Sevier,! 1849 

Michigan— hQV/\s Cass,! 1851 

Alpheus Felch,! 1853 

Florida— J D Westcott jr.,t 1849 

David LYulee,! 1851 

T'ex&s— Samuel Houston,! 1849 

Thomas J Rusk,! 1851 

Wisconsin 4' /oioa, 2 vacanc's each. 



MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 



MAINE. 

1 David Hammond,! 

2 A H W Clapp,! 

3 Hiram Belcher,* 

4 Franklin Clark,! 

5 Eph'm K Smart,! 

6 J S Wiley,! 

7 Hezek'h Williams,! 

NEW^ HAMPSHIRE. 

1 Amos Tuck,* 

2 C H Peaslee,! 



3 James Wilson,* 

4 Ja's H Johnson,! 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

1 Rob't C Winthrop,* 

2 Daniel P King,* 

3 Amos Abbott,* 

4 John G Palfrey,* 

5 Charles Hudson,* 

6 George Ashmun,* 

7 Julius Rockwell,* 

8 John a Adams,* 



9 Artemas Hale,* 
10 Joseph Grinnell,* 

RHODE ISLAND. 

1 H Y Cranston,* 

2 B B Thurston,! 

CONNECTICUT. 

1 James Dixon,* 

2 Sam'l'D Hubbard,* 

3 John A Rockwell,* 

4 Truman Smith,* 











114: MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 




VERMONT. 


9 William Strong,! 


7 Robert B Rhett,! 




1 WiJIiam Henry,* 


10 Rich'd Brodhead,! 






2 Jacob Collamer,* 


11 Chester Butler,* 


GEORGIA. 




3 George P Marsh,* 


12 David VViImot,t 


1 Tho's B King,* 




4 Lucius B Peck,f 


13 James Pollock,* 


2 A Iverson,! 






14 George N Eckert,* 


3 J VV Jones,* 




NEW YORK. 


15 Henry Ncs,* 


4 H A Haralson,! 




1 F W Lord,t 


16 Jasper E Brady,* 


5 J H Lumpkin,! 




2 H C Murphy,t 


17 John Blanchard,* 


6 Howell Cobb,! 




3 Henry Aicoll,! 


18 Andrew Stewart,* 


7 A H Stevens,* 




4 Wm B Macluy,t 


19 Job Mann,! 


8 Robert Toombs,* 




5 F A Tallmadge,* 


20 John Dickey,* 


• 




6 D S Jackson, t 


21 Moses Hampton,* 


KENTUCKY. 




7 William Nelson,* 


22 Jchn W Purely,* 


1 Lynn Boyd,! 




8 Cornelius Warren,* 


23 James Thompson,! 


2 Samuel Peyton,! 




9 D B St. John,* 


24 Alexander Irvin,* 


3BLClark.! 




10 Eliakim Shcrrill,* 




4 Aylett Buckner,* 




]1 P H Sylvester,* 


DELAWARE. 


5 J B Thompson,* 




12 G O Reynolds,* 


John W Houston,* 


6 Green Adams,* 




13 J J Slingerland,* 




7 Garrett Duncan,* 




14 O D Kellogg,* 


MARYLAND. 


8 C S Morehead,* 




15 Sidney Lawrence,! 


[Not Elected.] 


9 Richard French,! 




16 Hugh White,* 




10 John P Gaines.* 




17 G Petrie,t 


VIRGINIA, 






18 F Segus,* 


1 Arch'd Atkinson,! 


TENNESSEE. 




19 Joseph Mullen,* 


2 Rich'd K Meade,! 


1 Andrew Johnson,! 




20 T Jenkins,! 


3 T S Flournoy,* 


2 Wm M Cocke,* 




21 G A Starkweather,! 


4 Tho's S Bocock,! 


3 John H Crozier,* 




^A Birdsall,! 


5 Wm L Goggin,* 


4HL WHill,! 




23 William Duer,* 


6 John M Botts,* 


5 Geo W Jones,! 




24 Daniel Gott,* 


7 Tho's H Bayley,! 


6 J H Thomas,! 




25 Harman S Conger,* 


8 Rob't T L Beale,! 


7 M P Gentry,* 




26 W T Lawrence,* 


9 John S Pendleton,* 


8 W Barrow,* 




27 John M Hollcy,* 


10 Henry Bedingcr,! 


9 L B Chase,! 




28 Elias B Holmes,* 


11 James McDowell,! 


10 F P Stanton,! 




29 Robert L Rose,* 


12 Wm B Preston,* 


11 Wm T Haskell,* 




30 David Rumsey,* 


13 Andrew 8 Fulton,* 






31 Dudley Marvin,* 


14 R A Thompson,! 


OHIO. 




32 Nathan K Hall,* 


15 Wm G Brown,! 


1 James J Faran,! 




33 Harvey Putnam,* 




2 David Fisher,* 




34 Washington Hunt,* 


NORTH CAROLINA 


3 R C Schcnck,* 






1 T L Clingman,* 


4 R S Canby,* 




NEW JERSEY. 


2 Nathaniol Boyden,* 


5 Wiliiiim Sawyer,! 




1 J G Hampton,* 


3 D M Barringe'r,* 


6 Rodul Dickinson,! 




2 W A Newell,* 


4 A H Shepperd,* 


7 (Vacancy,) 




3 Joseph EEdsall,! 


SAW Venuble,! 


8 J L Taylor,* ■ 




4 Johi. Van Dyke,* 


6 J:iraes J McKav,! 


9 T O Edwards,* 




5 D 13 Gregory,* 


7 John J R Daniel,! 


10 Daniel Duncan,* 






8 R S Donnell,* 


11 J K Miller.! 




PENNSYLVANIA. 


9 David Outlaw,* 


12 SanfHiel F Vinton,* 




1 L i: Levin,$ 




13 Thomas Ritchoy,! 




2 J R Ingersoll,* 


SOUTH CAROLINA. 


1 1 Nathan Evuns,* 




3 (Jharlps Brown,! 


1 Jamei A Black,! 


15 William Kennon,! ^ 




4 C J IngrrBoll,! 


2 R F Himpson,! 


J6 J D Cummins,! 




b John I'rteillcy,* 


3 J A Woodward,! 


17 George Fries,! 




ti J W Hornbeck,* 


4 A DSims,! 


18 S Lahm,! 




7 A R Mcllvaine,* 


5 Armistead Burt,! 1 


19 John Crowell,* 




8 John Strohm,* 


G Liaac £ Holmes,! | 


20 J R Giddings,* 





MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE. U. S. JUDICIARY, ETC. 



115 



21 Joseph M Root,* 

LOUISIANA. 

(Not elected.) 

INDIANA. 

1 Elisha Embree,* 

2 Thomas J Henley,! 

3 J L Rohinson,! 

4 Caleb B Smith,* 

5 William W Wick,t 
GGGDunn,* 

7 R W Thompson,* 

8 John Pettit,t 

9 C W Cathcartjt 
10 WRockhill,t 



30 B Ficklin,t 

4 John W entworth,f 

SWA Richardson,! 

6 Thomas J Turner,! 

7 Abram Lincoln,* 

ALABAMA. 

1 John Gayle,* 

2 H VV Hilliard,* 

3 S W Hairis,! 

4 S M Inge,! 

5 G S Houston,! 

6 VV R Cobb,! 
7F WBo\vden,f 



MISSOURL 

1 James B Bowlin,! 

2 John Jameson,! 

3 James S Green,! 

4 Willard P Hall,! 

5 John S Phelps,! 



ARKANSAS. 
1 Rob't W Johnson,! 

MICHIGAN. 

1 Rob't McClelland,! 

2 (Vacancy,) 

3 K S Bingham,! 

FLORIDA. 
1 Edward C Cabell * 

TEXAS. 

1 T Plisbury,! 

2 D S Kaufman,! 

WISCONSIN. 
John H Tweedy,* 



MISSISSIPPI. 

(Not elected.) 
ILLINOIS. 

1 Robert Smith,! 

2 J A McClernand,! 
Those marked * are Whigs ; those marked ! are Democrats ; those 

maiked § are Native Americans. 



IOWA, 

1 W Thompson,! 

2 Shepherd Leffler,! 



United States Judiciax'y»Supreixie Courts 

Roger B^ Taney, Md., Chief Justice, Ap'd 1836, Sal. $5,000 



John McLean, Ohio, 
James M. Wayne, Ga., 
John McKinley, Ala., 
William Catron, Tenu., 
Peter V. Daniel, Va., 
Samuel Nelson, N. Y, 
Levi Woodbury, N. H., 
Robert C. Grier, Penn., 
Nathan Clifford, Maine, 



Ass't Justice, 



4.500 
4;500 
4,.500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,000 



18-29, 
" 1835, 

" « 1837, 

" " 1837, 

" " 1841, 

" « 1845, 

" « 1845, 

« « 1846, 

Attorney General, 1847, 

The Supreme Court is held in the City of Washington, and has one 
session annually, commencing on the second Monday of December. 
U. S. Courts in Vermont. 
District. — Rutland, 6th October j Windsor, 24th May. 
Circuit.— Windsor, 21st May ; Rutland, 3d October. 
Samuel Prentiss, Montpelier, Judge ; Salary §l>200. 
Charles Linsley, Middlebury, District Attorney. 
Jacob Kent jr., Wells River, Marshal. 
Russell G Hopkinson, Burlington, Collector. 
Edward H. Pientiss, Montpelier, Clerk of Circuit and DisU Courts. 



Population of Vermont in 1840, by Counties. 

Bennington, 16,87? Chittenden, 22,977 



Windhnm, 

Windsor, 

Rutland, 

Addison, 

Orange, 

Washington, 

Total, 



27,44Q 
40,35 
30,699 
23 583 



Caledonia, 
Franklin, 
Lamoille, 
Orleans, 

27,873] Essex, 

23,50fci Grand Isle, 



21,891 
24,531 
10,475 
13,634 
4,226 
3,883 

291.948 











IIG POPULATIOIf Of 


THE VNITED STATK9, ETC. 






Population of tlie United States, according to tlie 






Six Enumerations. 






FSpM THE 


OFFICIAL REVISION. 






States. 


1790. 


1800. 


1810. 


le20. 


1830. 


1»40. 






Maine, 


96,540 


151,719 


228,705 


298,335 


399,955 


501,793 






N. H. 


141,899 


183,762 


214,360 


244,161 


269,328 


284,574 






Mass. 


378,717 


423,245 


472,040 


523,287 


610,408 


737,699 






R.Islaod, 


69,110 


69,1^ 


77,031 


83.059 


97,19a 


108,830 






Conn. 


238,141 


251,002 


262,042 


275,202 


297,665 


309,978 






Vt. 


85,416 


154,465 


217,713 


235,764 


280,653 


291,948 






N. York, 


340,120 


586,756 


959,949 


1,372,812 


1,918,608 


2,428,921 






N.J. 


184,139 


2U,949 


249,555 


277,575 


320,823 


373^306 






Penn. 


434,373 


602,365. 


810,091 


1,049,458 


1,348,233 


1,724,033 






Del. 


59.098 


64,273 


72,674 


72,749 


76,748 


78,065 






Md. 


319,728 


341,548 


380,546 


407,350 


447,040 


469,232 






Va. 


748,308 


880,20a 


974,622 


1,065,379 


1,211,40^ 


1,239,797 






N. C. 


393,751 


478,103 


555,500 


638,829 


737.967 


753,419 






s. c. 


249,073 


345,59) 


415,115 


502,742 


58i;i85 


594,398 






Georgia, 


82,548 


162,101 


252,433 


340,987 


616,823 


691,392 






Ala. 






20,845 


127,901 


309,527 


590,756 






Miss. 




8,850 


40,352 


75,448 


136,621 


375,651 






I/OO. 






76,556 


153,407 


215,739 


352,411 






Tenn. 


35,791 


105,602 


261,727 


422,813 


681,904 


829,210 






Ky. 


73,077 


220,955 


406,511 


564,317 


687,917 


779,828 






Ohio, 




45,365 


230,760 


581,434 


937,903 


1,519,467 






Indiana, 




4,875 


24,520 


147,178 


343,031 


685,886 






lihnoia, 






12,282 


55,211 


157,455 


476,183 






Miesou. 






20,845 


66,586 


140,445 


383,702 






Arkan. 








14,273 


30,388 


97,574 






Mich. 






4,762 


8,896 


31,639 


212,267 






D. Col. 




14,093 


34,023 


33,089 


39,834 


43,712 






Florida, 










51,730 


54,477 






Wiscon. 












30,945 






lowc. 












43,112 






Total, 


3,929,827 


5,305,925 


7^39,8r4 


9,638,131 


12,866,920 


17,068,066 






Ne-«^'8pa] 


jers in Vermont. | 






Vt. Gozetto, Bennington, Crnt 


1.17831 


Bellows Falls Gazette, Com. 1838 






Rutland Herald, 


1792 


Franklin Messenger, St. Al- 






Sentinel &. Democrat, Bor- 




l>ans, 1838 






lin<:;ton, 


160a 


Voice of Freedom, Brandon, 1839 






Veriuont VVatchinaT>& State 




Vt. Republican, St. Albans, 1830 






JoornaK Montpelier, 


1807 


Woodstock Age, 1840 






North Btai, Danville, 


1807 


State Banner, Bennington, 1841 






VoTinont Patriot, Montpeliei 


,1826 


The Gem, Bradford, 1843 






Vermont Chronicle, Windsor 


, 1826 


Green Mountain Freeman, 






Darlington Free Press, 


1«27 


Montpelier, 1844 






Univt raaligt W^atcbraaa, Moi 


it- 


Vermont Journal, Windsor, 1844 






pelier, 


1829 


Yeoman's Record, Irasburgh, 1845 






VorniODt Ph«enix, Brattle- 




Temp. Herald, Woodstock, 1845 






Horo', 


1831 


Liberty Gozette, Burlington, 1846 
Genius of Liberty, Ludlow, 1847 






Noithern Galaxy, Middlebw] 


r,1836 






Windham County Democrat, 




Family Gazette, Bradford, 1847 
The Nonpareil, Randolph, 1847 






Brattle boro>. 


1836 






The Caledonian, 8x. Johns- 




School Journal nod Agricul- 






bury, 


1837 


turist. Windsor, 1847 
Semi- Weekly Eagle, Brat- 






Vt. Mercury, WoodBtoclc, 


1837 






Vergenn* 


'B Verraoii 


ter, 


1838 


tl 


eboro', 




1847 1 





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* Whigg — all the test of the opposite party. 









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118 VOTE FOR PRESIDrKl 


, ETC. 


ll 


PRESl 

The Pieeidential Ele 


[DENTIAI. EL 


lECTIONT. 

are to be chosen uniformly 


ctoTS of each State 


on the Tuesday folloM-i 
Number of £lec 


ng the first Monday 


in NovembwT. 
-vrbicli each State 


toral Votes to 


I 
'] 


is entitled. 






Alabama. 9 


Louisiana, 


6 North Carolina, m\\ 


ArkansaB. 3 


Maine, 


9 


Olio, 


23 


Connecticut, 6 


Maryland, 


8 


Pennsylvania, 


2G 


Delaware, 3 


Massachusetts, 


12 


Rhode Island, 


41 


Florida, 3 


Michigan. 


5 


"outh Carolina, 9 i | 


Georgia, 10 


Mississippi, 


6 


Tennessee, 


13 


Illinois, 9 


Missouri, 


7 


Texas, 


4 


Indiana, 12 


New Hampshire, 


6 


Vermont, 


6 


Iowa, 4 


New Jersey, 


i 


Virginia, 


17 


Kentucky, 12 


New York, 


36 


Wisconsin (prob.) 3 \ 1 


Total, 

i 

Popular "V 




ent in 1844. 


289 

1 


'ote for Presid 


1 

1 Btate?. 

1 


Clay. 


Polk. 


Birney. 


Clay's 
Maj. 


Polk's 
Maj. 


1 Maine, 


34,378 


45,719 


4,8.S6 




11,341 


1 New Hampshire, 


17,866 


27,160 


4,161 




9,294 


j Vermont, 


26,770 


18,041 


3,954 


8,729 




Mapsachusette, 


67,009 


53 039 


10,830 


13,970 




Rhode Island, 


7,322 


4;867 




2,455 




Connecticut, 


32,832 


29,841 


1 943 


2,991 




New York, 


232.482 


237,558 


15,812 




5,106 


' New Jercey, 


38,318 


37,495 


131 


823 




Pennsylvania, 


161,203 


167,5;» 


3,138 




6,332 


Delaware, 


6,058 


5,971 


' 


287 




Maryland, 


35,984 


32,676 




3,308 




Virginia, 


43,677 


49,570 






5,803 


Ohio, 


155,057 


149,117 


8.050 


5,940 




K»>niacky,^ 


61,955 


51,988 




9,267 




North Carolina, 


43,932 


39,287 




3,945 




South Carolina, 


By Leg. 










Georgia, 


42,100 


44,147 






2,047 


Alabama, 


26,084 


37,740 






11,656 


Indiana, 


67.867 


70,181 


2,106 




2,314 


Illinois, 


45.528 


.S7,920 


3,.570 




12,392 


Michigan, 


24,237 


27,703* 


3,632 




3.466 


MisRJiRippi, 


19,206 


25,126 






5,920 


Tinnetsec, 


60,030 


59,917 




113 




Louiifiana, 


13,083 


13,782 






699 


Missouri, 


31,251 


41,369' 






10,118 


Arkansas, 


5,504 


9,546 
1,327,325 






4,042 


Total, 


1,288,533 


G9,2G3 51,828 


90,690 


Polk over Clay, 38,79 


2; Clay and Buaey 


over Polk, 23,471 


. South 


Carolina not included. 


- 


— - 





MEMOSANDUM FOR EACH DAY 



IN THE YEAR 



1848 



laO J A N U A R V 

1 Saturday. 

2 Sunday. 

3 Monday. 

4 Tuesday. 

5 Wednesday. 

6 Thursday. 

7 Friday. 

8 Saturday. 

9 Sunday. 

10 Monday. 

11 Tuesday. 

12 Wednesday. 

13 Tharsday. 

14 Friday. 

15 Saturday. 

16 Sunday. 



JANUARY. laa 



17 Monday. 



18 Tuesday. 



S. 



1^ Wednesday, 



20 Thursday. 






21 Friday. 



22 Saturday. //^^,/^ ^ ^^/t>- "' /^ ^(^ 



23 Sunday. 



% 







24 Monday. 



25 Ttieaday. 



26 Wednesday. 

27 ThCrsday. 

28 Friday. 

29 Saturday, 

30 Sunday. 

31 Monday. 



tfiH 



FEBRUARY 



1 Tuesday. 




Monday. 



8 Tuesday. 



9 Wednesday. 



10 Tharsday. 



11 Friday. 



12 Saturday. 



13 Sunday. 



14 Monday. 



15 Tuesday. 



j FEBRUARY. 


123 ll 


16 Wednesday. 


17 Thursday. .^^ ''• \. ^ 




A ^ ^ * .\\^'\ 


) 


19 Saturday.^ , '■ '^ "» \Vv 


20 Suilllqb' 


I 


21 Monday. ^ 


22 Tuesday. 


23 Wednesday. 


24 Thursday. 


25 Friday. 


26 Saturday. 

1 


27 Sunday. 


28 Monday. 


29 Tuesday. 





124 


ii[ARClfi. 


— - 


1 Wednesday. 


2 Thursday. 


f^ 


• 


3 Friday. 




t' 


4 Saturday. 


.* 




5 Sunday. 






6 Monday. 


M 




7 Tuesday. 


f' 


« 


8 Wednesday. 


• 




9 Thursday. 






10 Friday. 


11 Saturday. 






12 Sunday. 






13 Monday. 




ftrt ^t^ ^ ' 



14 Taeeday. 
13 VVedneidaj. 
16 Thursday. 



MARCH. 


1S9 


17 Friday. .y^, /,. ^ 


18 Saturday. ^ ^ 

^^.Md\ ;fc^'K4^/ :?/>^^ 


19 Sunday. 


20 Monday. • . 


21 Tuesday. 


^ Wednesday. 


93 Thuisday. 


24 Friday. 


25 Saturday. 


26 Sunday. 


27 Monday. 


i 


28 Tuesday. 




29 Wednesday. ^^^^ ^ fic^ rr £fV. Cr^ 




30 Thursday. 




31 Friday. 





lae APRIL. 

1 Saturday. 

2 Sunday. 

3 Monday. 



4T„e.d.3,. y^? ^__/2i^/-^,-» 



5 Wednesday. 



6 Thursday. 



7 Friday, 



8 Saturday. 



9 Sunday. 



10 Monday. 



11 Tuesday. 



12 Wtidacsdav. 



13 Thursday. 



14 Friday. ^^^^ ^^^ U^^A ^/ ^ T^ 

15 Baluiday. 



APRIL. la? 

16 Sunday. 

17 Monday. 

18 Tuesday, /f^.^^/^^ ^ ^o-,^ l^t^<--^ ^*^ 



19 Wednesday. 



20 Thursday. 



21 Friday. 



22 Saturday. /^ - ^- ''/^'^> FF^^V^*^'^^-'?^ 



r 



23 Sunday. 



24 Monday. 



25 Tuesday. 



26 Wednesday. 

27 Thursday. 

28 Friday. 



^ Saturday. 



30 Sunday. 



198 


MAY. 


1 Monday. 




2 Tuesday. 

!• 


3 Wednesday. 


■<* 


4 Thursday. 


5 Friday. 


6 Saturday. 




7 Sunday. 


8 Monday. 


9 Tuesday. 




10 Wednesday. 


11 Thursday. 


12 Iriday. 


13 Saturday. 




14 Sunday. 


15 Monday. 


16 Tuesday. 









MAY. 139 

17 Wednesday. 

18 Thursday. ' - 

19 Friday. 

20 Saturday. *^ ' 

21 Sunday. 

22 Monday. 

23 Tuesday. 

24 Wednesday. 



25 Thursday. 

26 Fiiday. 

27 Saturday. 
23 Sunday. 

29 Monday. 

30 Tuesday. 

31 Wednesday. . \^ 



130 JUNE. 

1 Thursday. 

3 Saturday. 

4 Sunday. 

5 Monday. 

6 Tuesday. 

7 Wednesday. 

8 Thursday. 

9 Friday. 

10 Saturday. 

11 Sunday. 

12 Monday. 

13 Tuesday, 

14 Wednesday. 



'^ T-ur.-aJ. ff>^ . //./.-r^, ^ /, 



^^S-^l 



JUNE. 131 



16 Friday, 

17 Saturday. 

18 Sunday. 

19 Monday. 

20 Tuesday. 

21 Wednesday. 



22 Thursday. 



23 Friday, 



24 Saturday. 



25 Sunday. 



26 Monday. 



27 Tuesday. 



28 Wednesday. 

29 Thursday. 

30 Friday. 



13S 


JULY. i 1 


1 Saturday. 


2 Sunday. 


3 Monday. 


4 Tuesday. 


5 Wednesday. 


6 Thursday. 


• 


7 Friday. 


8 Saturday. 


9 Sunday. 


10 Monday. 


11 Tuesday. 


1-2 Wednesday. 


13 Thursday. 


14 Friday. 


15 Saturday. 


IG Sunday. 



« 




JUi.Y. 


\ i\ "^ 




17 Monday. 




^ 




18 Tuesday. 

« 




19 Wednesday, 




■ 




20 Thursday. 








21 Friday. 




22 Saturday. 








23 Sunday. ' 

- 




24 Monday. 




25 Teesday. 


» 


! 




26 WedTjesday. 9 




27 ThuTsday. 








28 Friday. 




* ■' 




29 Saturday. 




i! 




50 Sunday. 


i 


31 Monday. 







134: 



H KJ • AUGUST. I 



1 Tuesday. 



2 Wednesday. 



3 Thursday. 



4 Friday. 



5 Saturday. 



C Sunday. 



Monday. 



8 Tuesday. 



9 Wednesday. 



10 Thursday. 



11 Friday. 



12 Saturday. 



13 Sunday. 



14 Monday. 



15 Tuesday. 



AUGUST. . 135 



16 Wednesday. 



17 Thursday. 



18 Friday. 



19 Saturday. 



20 Sunday. 



21 Monday. 



22 Tuesday. 



23 Wednesday. 



24 Thursday. 



25 Friday. 



26 Saturday. 



27 Sunday. 



28 Monday. 



29 Tuesday. 



30 Wednesday. 

31 Thursday. 



136 SEPTEMBER 



1 Friday- 



2 Saturday. 



3 Sunday. 



4 Monday. 



5 Tuesday. 



6 Wednesday. 

7 Thursday. 

8 Friday. 

9 Saturday. 

10 Sunday. 

11 Monday. 

12 Tuesday. 

13 Wednesday. 

14 Thursday. 

15 Friday. 

16 Satuiday. 



1 




SEPTEMBER. 


137 






17 Sunday. 










18 Monday. 






19 Tuesday. 










20 Wednesday. 






21 Thursday. 






22 Friday. 




• 






23 Saturday. 






24 Sunday. 






25 Monday. 






26 Tuesday. 






27 Wednesday. 










28 Thursday. 










29 Friday. ^ 


- 








30 Saturday. 





138 OCTOBER. 

1 Sunday. 

2 Monday. 

3 Tuesday. 

4 Wednesday. 

5 Thursday. 

6 Friday. 

i 7 Saturday. 

8 Sunday. 

9 Monday. 
10 Tuesday. 



11 Wednesday. 

12 Thur3da>y. 

13 Friday. 

14 Saturday. 

15 Sunday. 



>^ .. «A 



OCTOBER. 



139 




18 Wednesday. 



19 Thursday. 



20 Friday. 



21 Saturday. 



22 Sunday. 



23 Monday. 



24 Tuesday. 



25 



Wednesday. M J^J , Z^^ /^ 



26 Thursday. 



27 Friday. 



28 Saturday. 



29 Sunday. 



30 Monday. 



31 Tuesday. 



'^A^fy^ J/v*-^/^ 



4^ ^^^^ ^ ^^ 



# 



'/S-- 



140 


NO V EMBER. 




1 Wednesday. 


2 Thursday. 


3 Friday. 


4 Saturday. 


- 




5 Sunday. 






6 Monday. 


7 Tuesday. 


8 Wednesday. 


9 Thursday. 


10 Friday. 


11 Saturday. 


^ 




12 Sunday. 


13 Monday. 



14 Tuesday. 



15 Wednesday. 



I 



16 Thursday. fi' « *■ • 



NOVEMBER. 


14:1 1 


17 Friday. 


18 Saturday. 




19 Sunday. 




20 Monday, ^^j^^ ^^J.,.^ ^^ /^^^ 

^ ^. //z> Ayr Ae^A^*,^*^ir ^/^' 


21 Tuesday."^ / 


/ 


22 Wednesday. 


23 Thmsday. 


24 Friday. 




25 Saturday. 


26 Sunday. 




27 Monday. 




' 28 Tuesday. 


; 29 Wednesday. 




30 Thursday. 





1*3 DECEMBER 



1 Friday. 



2 Saturday. 



3 Sunday. 



4 Monday. 



5 Tuesday. 



6 Wednesday. 



7 Thursday. 



8 Friday. 



9 Saturday. 



10 Sunday, 



11 Alonday. 



12 Tuesday. 



13 Wednesday. 

14 Thursday. 

15 Friday. 

IG Saturday. 



DECEMBER. 14:3 


' 


17 Sunday. 




18 Monday, 




19 Tuesday. 




20 Wednesday. 




21 Thursday. 




22 Friday. 




23 Saturday. 




24 Sunday. 




25 Monday. 




26 Tuesday. 




27 Wednesday. 




28 Thursday. 




1 29 Friday. 




i 30 Saturday. 




1 31 Sunday. 





144 KATIS or POIT4GK, FRAKKIKO, ETC. 



Rates of Poat»f(e on Letters, Ne'wrspaperH, At. 

Letters. — Single, or any number of {lieces not excecJing one hall" 

ouuPt', 300 miles or IcHS, 5 cent«. 
It o%or three hundred mile*, 10 centa. 
Drop letters, (not mailed,) 2 cent«. 

Kach additional half ounce or part thereof, i>ing!c postajrc. | 

Ni;w4rArERs. — Of 1900 souure inches or less, sent by publisbcra or 
editors, not exceeding 100 mites, or any distance in tho Sutc where I 
they are pnblish*?d, 1 cent. Over one hundred miles and out of the 
Htate, 1 1-2 cent. If sent by others, 3 cents prepaid. 
New'spapcn over 1900 square inches, postage same as pamphleti. j 
Pamphlets. — Maga/inos and periodicals, any distance, for one ounce 
or less, each copy, 2 1-2 cents. { 

Each additional ounce or fraction, over 1-2 an ounce, 1 cent. < 

Circulars.— Cluatto post, single cap, or paper not lar^r than sinj^le ! 
cap, folded, directed and unsealed, any distance 3 cents. | 

H»Lr OUNCE LETTER, WHICH MAT BE SENT 300 MILES FOR 5 CENTS, | 
OR ANT DISTINCE FOR 10 CENTS. I 

One and a half sheet of letter paper, scaled with wax or wafer. | 

One aheet do. with larpe or small envelope, sealed with wax or wafer. ! 
One sheet foolscap, with small envelope, sealed with wafer. I 

One sheet letter paper with quarter eagle enclosed, sealed with wafer. ! 
Half sheet do. or light foolscap, half engle enclosed, scaled with wafer. 
Sheet of letter paper may contain a dime and a half. I 

Half sliei t tif letter paper may contiiin u quarter of a dollar. 
Sheet of hiter paper with seven bank notes, sealed with wax ; or 
Three bank notes and the whole in an envelope. \ 

FRANKING, ETC. 

Postmasten may frank letters and packages, relating ezelusively to 
poet otlico business-, but must in every case endorse over tho signa- j 
lure the words '* post office business." I 

All postmasters, whoso compensation did not exceed 9^200 for the ' 

J oar ending 30th June,1846, may send or receive free letters written ' 
y tlu-mselves, or on their own private business, not weighing over 1-2 
an ounce. 

Il is the duty of postmasters to notify publishers when subscribers 
neglect or lefuse to take their papers from tho office ; and this shnuM 
) ' ' ''"cr,frnnki>d BB " i»ost oflicc business." Th • ■ ' ' * 

'• by returning the pajM r«, subjects the ;m 

, _ . -- I they will not pay, iiiiiJ of course they do r.Lt 

I'o! iriMters may remit money fur subscriptions to Dcwspapcra, free 
of jxjnta^'u, on franking their letter in proper form. 

FORM OF riANE. I 



RiptOQ, Vt. Free, 

ScpU, 1847. J. Smith, P. .M. 



WRITING ON MEWkrArCRS OR WRAPPERS. 

" P. O. Dep't., Washington, D. C, Aug. 11, 1845. 

Sir:— An? memorandom upon trnnsicnt iicwppapcrs, or upoo the 
wrappers of the untin', mibjeru the same to |plt<»r po«tai'e. 

I" ' ■ " ' "f postage \ 

pap by the icri 

loiih . :.,.:_;, -. J;_. .:.,l~\:u Verv ; , •- -■. 

servant, W. MEDl'hL, -Mi ^t.i't K M. ««»," 



^ 



THEODORE A. PECK, 

. ^^™ (LATE PECK & SPEAR,) 

APOTHECARY & WHOLESALE DEUGGIST, 

IS constantly receiving American, English, French and India 
^ DRUGS, 

Wew Chemicals; Leeches; Surgical Instruments; Mineral Teeth 
and Dental Articles ; Saline or Mineral Waters ; Genuine Patent an 1 
,Ihompsonian Medicines; Pure Liquors and Wihea ; Soda Fountains 
indbyrups; Brushes, Perfumes, Soaps, Inks, Blackings, Fancy and 
Uomestic Articles, Foreign and Domestic Cigars, Ground Spices, 
Ulass Ware ,^Dye Stuffs, Camphene, Bird, Field, Flower and Garden 
seeds, fee. In fine, every article diiectly or indirectly connected with 
:his business. From the advantage ot^npeiving Mineral Waters, 
--aniphene, Leeches, &c. periodically, p^Pasers can rely upon their 
reshness. Individuals wishing Trusses, f.eeches, &:c. will always 
and a person in attendance to apply them. Medicines dispensed at all 
lours of the night. / 

8:5"The attention of Druggists, Physicians, Merchants and Manu- 
acturers is solicited, with the assurance that they can be supplied 
rem this establishment, as advantageously as at the city markets. 



Grand Ziist Ml etna, —Number of Polls, 48817 ; Acres of land 
^,897,285 ; Value of Real Estate, §57,170,043 44 ; Value of Personal 
roperty, $11,941,327 82; Assessments of attorneys, physicians and 
urgeons, $3,315 50 ; Total Grand List for State Taxes, $784,704 47. 



CONTENTS. 



I Llmnnac, 9 to 31 

tstronomical Dep't explained, 3 

ittorneys in Vermont, 54 

anks in Vermont, 112 

enevolent Institutions, &c. , 11 1 

iensus, U. S., 1790 to 1840, 116 

Vermont, to 1840, 84 to 89 

hronolt^cal Cycles, 4 

lergymen in Vermont, 77 to 82 

ommenceraent of the seasons, 4 

years, 4 

ommissioners of Deeds, &c., 112 

ongress, 30th, 113 

Members for Mary'd, 82 

ounting House Almanac, 2 

ounly Officers, 88 to 110 

Clerks & Courts, (cover) 2| 

istrict and Circuit Courts, 115! 

clipses of the Sun and Moon, 5 

Jupiter's Satellites, 6 

I'ictions, State, &c,, 117 

longations of the Pole Star, 6 

umers' Calendar, 8 to 30 

re Insurance Co's, (cover,) 2 

jvernment U. S., 113 

Vermont, 83 

•and List of every town in 

the State, 84 to 89 

>u6e of Reps., U. S., 113 

Vermont, 83 to 89 



Judiciary, U. S., 115 

Vermont, 89 

Manufacturers in Vermont, 69 

Memor:inda, every day, 119 lo 143 

Merchants and Traders in Vt., 62 

Meteorological Observations. 7 

Morning and Evening Stars, 5 

Moveable Festivals and Fasts, 4 

Names and char, of the Planets, 5 

Aspects, 5 

Signs of the Zodiac, 5 

Newspapers in Vermont, 116 

Occultations, 5 

Politics and profession of the 

Members of the Leg., 84 to 89 
Postmasters in Vermont, 
Physicians in Vermont, 
[1 rison. State, 
|Rate3 of Postage, 
Senate, U. S., 

Vermont, 
Sessions of Courts in Vt.,(cover) 2 
State Governors, &.c., 117 

Superintendents of Schools, 

State and County, 112 
Town, 32 to 54 

Town Officers, 32 to 54 

Transit of Mercury, 4 

'Votes for Governor, 84 to 89 

Winter of 1846-7, 6 



32 to^ 

58 
111 
144 
113 

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JP$'ittges, Sitatrltf IMHkfs., JLacfM, Footimgg, SF'c* 

JBoots A* ShoaB, Mt'i'ftppiitff if lfV»#»i^ Fafter, 

SIT.%*I':it IfVfJSJB ami .fElf*EM.RlL\ 

. Biitlons, Pins, Needles, Jlookd and Kyee, 
Spoons, Essences, Soaps, Cologne, Liaen, 
<, Tajies, Silk and Twist., Sju 
!\ extensive assorlnient of niis( 

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V f*r Tin ilVire and Sheet Jfrou. 

i upon a credit ; hence they ure oh- 
: ihitn if houglit on time, r,>r il j, :i w.-ll 

jitociired upon ucn-ilit are iluar 
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. tmui^'u ovur jiumiasiTs «ii'i arj nut i-hi., 

oil f'iv^n to Bupplyinij JPJ?WI>I1 1?17.'^ 
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Kxpla nations of tlie Astronomical Dc^jari racist. 

Fv (hio attention to tlie followiiijj explanations all ihe Astronomical 
Calcul.iiions in this work will be leadily nnriorstoofJ. 

Time is regarded either as mean or apparent. 

A wmi (laij is the nvemse length of the days in tlin ynr. and con- 
sists of 24 liours, as measuiod l)y a clock wi:ii-h runs nnifutmly, and 
which measures 365 times 24 hour? in 3{'5 natural ddvs. 

An nppnrent day is tiie time from the sun's leavin:; the mer\-]ian on 
one day, till its arrival i>n the meridian on the next day ; and tliis time 
is not aKvays the same, heing sometimes more and sofnetinies less 
than 34 hours. 

Mean lime, then, is that s!.own by a well regulated clock ; and ap- 
pnrcnt. tivie is tliat siinwn by a correct snn-diul. The diftcrcnce be- 
tween thci-e is called the rqiuitim rf time. 

Tlie erii:ati«m oftime <!epends upijn two cniisr><5, the obliquity of the 
eeliplic to ihe e<jual(ir, and the eccentiicily of the earth's orbit ; Imtli 
of uliieli tend to produce an iiierju;i)ity in the daiiv incrementM of the 
sun''s right ascension, while the earth's motion on its axis is perfectly 
(uiilurm. ftlcan and aiipr.rent lime coincide only fnnr limes in the 
year, vi/. ; April 15th, June l.''>. A«ij,'usi:Wst,aiul Decf ndjer 24ili : and 
tlie ureatest diOerericc between itiran and apparent time is on the 2il 
of Xovcmber, and amounts lo a little more than 14 1-4 minutes. 

With the exi'optiou of tlie sun's dccliuiiiion and seiiii-diaineler, and 
tlie eqnaliiMi of time, which are for the inslanl of ajifiarent iioou al 
.Moiilpelier, all the calculations ar»i adapted to wean time. 

Al the liea<l of the right hand pi.go for each month stands first .1 t.i- 
ble ol"the declination uiid soulhin<jof the principal planets, on the 1st, 
7th, 13th, 19th, and 25tli days, and below it phases of tlie moon. By 
means of the first of these tables, the several planets may bo roadily 
found and recognized. 

It was tonnerly customary to give the rising and setting of the sun 
according to apparent time, and to give the equal ion oftime in another 
column. In tiiaf. case it was necessary, in regulating a time-piece by 
the rising or setting of the sun. to ajiply the equation to tlie lime of 
rising or setting, (as the case might be,) given in the Almanac, and 
also 3 or 4 minutes, according to the sun's declinalroii, on account of 
atmospheric refraction at the horizon. I?ut as this matter was little 
understood, and attended with some trouldo, these corrections wore 
::iMierally neglected. 'I'o remedy this inconvenience, it has lieeu 
thousht best to apply both these correc'ions. found to the nearest n;in- 
uto, to the sun's iisin<; and setting, and to give only the result, which 
has been done in this Register since 1837. The Tuethod of doin? this 
may be made pluin by an example. Take, for this purpose, the -I'M of 
September. On that day accoiding to the old method, the sun would 
rise at G o'clock, and .'•et ai G. On that day the equation of time is 8 
minutes ; or, in other words, the sun is 8 minutes fisterthan the clock. 
'I'he time, then, by the clock, when it is G by the sun, is 5h52m in the 
morning, and 5ii 52m in the evening. Now, on account of the refrac- 
tion of th(! earth's utrnospheie, the sun appears in the horizon in the 
morning 4 minutes before be arrives there; and in order to have the 
time when the sun is seen in the horizon al his time of rising, we sub- 
tract 4m from 5h .52m, leaving 5b 48m ; and for the same reason we 
add 4in to 5ii .52 m, which gives 5h 56m for the time of his setting on 
the 23d of riepteniber ; and these are li>e Limes given in this Register. 



4 roMMBMCKMUfT OF TH« SEASOWJ, r*«Tt 4WD FK tTlTALt, ITC. 

The column marked 8un Soulh in funneJ by applyins the oquntlon , 
of time to upparunl noon, unt) ronl.niiiH tin; tiincii slioMn liy a correct i 
time-ptec«' when tho sun ix on the mcridiun ; or in other words, when 
it is noon hy a coriccl noon-mark or iHhI. For «'xamp|f when it i^ 
noon by the lun on the Ist (hiy of Janunry, it >houl(i*in ■> nimuica at 
ler 12 o'clock hy the limo-pioce. Again — when it is noon by tl»o iuii 
on thn firat day uf Novcnibor, it should be only 44 niinutcit after 11 
o'clock hy the timo-piece. This column in introduced for convenience 
in setting time pieces hy o noor.-mark. 

Tho columf>9 murked Sun'* Declination, Suii'« Semi Diameter, and 
Equdtion of Time, arc ciilfuldt«'d, to tho iienrert scron-l, for apparent 
Doon, and will be tmdorstood, wiMiout further cTpIanatiou, by those 
who may huHO occiuion to i)»o then). 

On page 6 will be fouml a ciiralosu'^ of the oclipset uf Jupiter's 
Batellites, wliich may he visiltlo in Vermont, und which may he em- 
ployed fur observation for determining longitude. 

April, le4d. Z. T. 



(.'otiimeiifcincut of tlie ^eauoiis. 

Vernal Eoumox — Sprin? begiiis, March -JDth, Oh iim evening, 
b'ummcr i?olsticc — Sunmior bei;ins, June *21st, 9h 18m morning. 
AatumnHl Equinox — Autumn iajjinH, Sept. iSd. 11 h 13m evening. 
Winter t^oNtic — Winter hej^lna, December 2l»t, 4li j«2m evening 



Moveable Fetstlvalu and FaMts of the ChiircH. 

PeptaagenimH Suniiay, Feb. 4 , Low l^unday, April l.'i 

Quineuageflima Sunday, Fwh. If Rogation Snndiiy May 13 

Ash Wednesday, Feb. 21 i Ascension Dav !Vlay 1" 

First Butida} in Lent, Feb. 25 ■ Penlero.Ht — VVhit Sfindar, May 'J7 

Palm Sunduy, April I | Trinity Sunday, June 3 

Good Fiidav, April 6 j First i*und.iy in Advent, Dec.'.' 

EAr^TER ^J^^•DAY, April 8 1 



Contineno«-in«iit of IOium. 

The year 5CI0 of the Jewi.->h Era commence" September 17. 1849. 
The year IWC of .Muhonmiedan Eia he::iii» A'oveniber 17, 1849. 
Ramadan (Turkish Ahsiineuce Mon'h) begins July *Ja, lt*49. 
ChronoltiKical VyciruT 



Dominical Letter, (• 

Golden NumlM-r, 7 

Epact, li 



>'i.lar t\vele, ]l) 

Komuii Indielion, 7 

Julian Period, fA'cJ 



liIcIlpaeM of the Miu niifl Moou. 

There will bo, ia 1849, four Eclipses, Iwoofthe Sun and two of 
thu .Moon. 

L — 'Vhofimt will ho nn Annular Ee|ip!K» of t'le Smi on the O'AI of 
February ; rS nt Kh 40m in the evening. Thn* Eclipse will be \i.<il»le 
only to tiie north- western part* of .North .America, the norlii-cafierii 
parts of .Asia, and the North Purifir Orcan. 

, Il.-^'iiie ftcond will be n Purti;)! Eeli{tfio uf the Mooo on the 8lh of 
I 51arch, visible at Montpeliur, n* follows . 
I First coiitMct with the Penumbra, Mi, 20m, 

Fif* rnitart with thu Hhadow, fill S.'im, 
Mi:. : ..f the Eclipv, Hh .'nn, 
I,.i-t ii'htaei with tho Sbiidow.Dh Xtm, 
Last coiildct with till Petiiimhrn, |0h 48iii, 
Duration of the f>|ipiie 3h. Mugnitudu (Moon's diaroo»er=l) 0.74 
on tho Houlhnrn Limb. 

I III —The third will be n Total Eclipse of tho Fun on the J8lh day 
j of August, invisit In nt Montpelier ; (j ut Oh 43m in the morning. 



.Me.in Time, 
Evening. 



ECLirsE*?, NAMES AWIJ CKARACTE^^ OK THE aSFECTS, £TC. 



] This Eclipse will be fisiblfl from the gfonttTpart of the Indian Ocean, 
from the norih-wcPtem pariof Afric.i nnd the Bouthern part of Australia. 

IV. — The fintrth will be a Partial Kclipae of the .Moon oa the 2d 
I dav of September, invii^ible Ht Montp^Iii^r ; ,P «t Oli '2^min the evening. 

Mojuln^ and Kvemii^ Sttars. 
j The Planet Venus will be evenina star tril the ISth day of May — 
I theiu-e mornintr star till ttin end of the year. 

Tht Planet Ji;piter will be morning star till the 9ih of February — 
I thence evening star till the 27th of August, and thence morning star 
j till the end of tiie year. 

A'ames aii<l Chara-cters of tlxc Aspects. 
' ^XewMoon. ^ Tirst Q.uaT«er. Q Full Aloon. C Lr.sl Quar- 
j ter. Q Dragon'a HettJ, or Ascending Node. ^ PrajronVs Tail, or 
j Deecendjn;? .N'ode. (5 Conjunction or in the samo longitude, g Op- | 
i position, or ditTering 6 signs in longitude, /n^ Trine. D Cluartile, or i 
; differing 3 sign-? in longrtiide. j^c S<txti1o. QSun 

' Kames"&u<l Cliars»cter-< of tlic ^Igsis ol' the Zotlla'*. 

I T' Aries, y Taiu-us. Q Gemini. ES Cancer. Q.1jeo. ,TT5 Virgo, 
jii Libra. ITJ !r?corpio. J" Saggiltarius. V> Cipricomus. tx Aqua- 

: rius. V Pisces. 

t ^ ^ . ' . 

STamcs aiitl Cliai'acters of tlic Planets. 

Sun. (|> Moon, v Merciiry, 9 Venus. 0Earih. ^f Mars. 
11 Jupiter, b Sntiirn. H Uranus or Herschel. C Ceres. ^Pallas. 
(5 Juno, g Vesta. 



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No good srieighing previous to the first of February, From Feb. 2 
toFeb. 18 sleighing good, but no pood sleighing afterwards. The 
broad lake elnsf^d over Fol'. 1' and continued closed a fev,- days, bnt 
the ice waw at no time sufficiently strong to allew teams to cross. — 
Tbe Line Boats went into v/intei rjuartcr*, Dec. 2, but the Sarnnac 
continued to run as a Ferry Coat to Port Kent and Pluttsburgh till af- 
ter the middle of December, after which the .lohnGilpip steamer ran 
between IVarlington and Port Kent till the 9th of Feliniarv. The 
lake was clei'.rof ice and Fteamers again out on ilio 29tl) of .March. 



A Fair Offer. Dr. Franklin made the follosving olfer to a young | 
j man. " .Ma^e," said he, " a full estimate of all you owe, and all that ! 
is owing to you. Reduce ttie same to a note. .Vs fist as you can co!- | 
I Icct, pay over to those you owe. If you cannot collect, renew your 
I note every year, and get the best security you can. Go to bu-^^iness 
' diligently, and be industrious ; waste no idle moments ; be very econ- I 
lomical in all things ; discard all pride ; be faithful in your duty to j 
! God, by regular and hea^:ty prayer morning and night ; attend church j 
land meeting regularly every Sundiy ; and do unto all men as you i 
I would they should do unto you. If you are too needy in circ-umstan- ! 
i ces to give to the poor, do whatever else in yuiir power for them 
! cheerfully, but if you can, always help the worthy poor and unfortu- 
I nate- Pursue this course diligently and sincerely for seven years ; 
i and if you are not happy, comfortable, and independent in your cir- 
! cumstances, come to me, and I wiJl pay your debts." 



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KivK yoH Sr.METHi\f;. Tiioii ..iii.l ( liroiiilio, inovii uitl live -|i.iii« 
»yr tlif sti2^ of life iinfl Hre Ii'mtJ of no inon;. Why ? 'I'liey ilil not 
8 jiaitid • of ^oih] in ilic world ; mrn: vr-rtj lilfsi l>v thoni ; noiif coiilil 
point to tlioiii HR tlio ii)«trumr;nt9 of thoir rofifinption ; not ii lim; they 
wrote — not i\ word ihey upokc roiHil Im- roPiilli-H, nml no '.h'-y pori(i|j» 
pd,lhi'ir li,7ll went out in (l.irknfw*, nnd tlu-y w«>re not riMn'*mb»'red" 
iiioie ihun t.'in iii«ortof yn^h-Ttlity. \Vill ytdi lliiM liv" nnd tlio-* die, 

U man i "■'•■' -^ i .. . <•, jirn'ihrn;;. I'jo ;;o(>(l, nml hfivr bohin'l 

yoo II itr t tlio sturmK of timr cmii nfvi-r dt^troj'. 

NVrilo I ■ , love iind niTcy, on tlio jip.irtu of llio 

ten tIioui«ii;i.!i* you colli" in contort with yen r by T«»iir, nrxl ynn will 
npvfr \>n forjot'f n. Ni»-— yoiir tininr, yi'tir dpodn will lie a» I'-giblf on 1 
tlic honrtwyou lonve Ircliind, ni< th<' ulnri on tln> lirow of ivcnin-,'. (JiMjd i 
di ed* Hill shine as bri^litly on tikp r:itth ii.<< the star* in liciivcii. 






METKOUOLOCICAI. OBSERVATIONS. 



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Meadow Lurks, April Q5. White-billed Swallows 27, Martins, May 1, 
Barn Swallows, 4tl), May beetles, 10, Currants and Gooseberries in 
blossom, 15tli, Red Plum and Peach, 20, Planis and Oheriies, 23, 
Crab Apples and Pears, 26, Common Apple, 29. Lake 4 inches higher 
on the 14th of May than it had been in the last 20 years. The fall of 
water in 1847, was greater than in either of the preceding 9 years, 
and was 67 inches more tlian the mean annual fall in those 9 years. 
Range of Barometer from 2S.70 into 30.46=1.76. 



JANUARY. 1849 

Talk who will of the world a» a drsert of thruil. 

Yet — yet, there is bloom on the waste ; 
Though tlie chalice of life hath its acid and ^al), 

There arc honey-drcps too for the tasto. 



Farmers' Caleudai*. 

Old ArtD faithfui. ff.ie.vds of thk Vermont Regidter, — For 
more than thirty years have you stood by us to encourage ami sustain , 
our humble efforts to jjlease, to instruct, to aid and encourage you. 
VVe tiust we have not been useless servants — you have been rvobla ! 
friends. ^Ve salute you with a mo^l respectful bow ; wo tender you | 
our heart in our hand, and reverently say — God bless you i bless you 
in a wise beginning of the year — bless yoa in your duties and trials 1 
and laudable purposes — and ciown this year and all the years of your 
life with His loving kindness. 

Encourage and support your minister. Let your children under- | 
stand thai you are ou the side of the schoolmaster and school-mis- 1 
trees. Take at least one good newspaper, n3)d two or three if you can ; | 
and when they have been read, file them away carel'uJly, along with } 
every year's Register, that they may be bound and preserved. The ' 
best history of Vermont, since its orsanizniion as a State, is to be | 
found in the files of the newspapers and rcgi-oters. : 



: I 



Gates. Every field on the farm should be entered by a good self- : 
shutting and self-fastening gate. Farmers who are too busy in sum- j 
mer to make them, or to get them, should see to it now. llow long I 
does it require to take down and put up a set of bars ? At least two [ 
minutes — which if repeated three times a day for a year, amounts to I 
thirty hours, or three days of working time, which would yearly pay 
for a good gate. Or examine it in another point of view j three times 
a day is over ten hundred times a year; now is there any man be- i 
tween Halifax and California, v;ho would take down and replace a j 
set of bars over ten hundred times in succession, io payment for a I 
farm gate .' Hardly — yet this is the price yearly paid by those who 
use bars that are constantly passed, and the gate n not obtained by it. 
Again, how much better is a well hung gate than one half hung.' or 
one with a good self-fastening latch, than one with a pin crowded into 
an auger hole! Try it, by dragging a badly hung gate over the ground, 
ten hundred timef in siirression, securing it e:ich time wiih a pin, 
and see if you do not think this labor would jtny for good hingis and 
a latch. 

True Hospitalitt. — I pray you, oh ! excellent wife, cumber not 
yourself and me to get a curiously rich dinner for this man and wo- 
man who have alighted at our gate ; nor a bed chnmlwr n>Hdo ready 
at too great a cost ; these things, if they are curious in them, they 
can get for a few shillings in any village ; but rather let this stran- 
ger see, if he will, in your looks, accents and hehaviour, yoar heart 
and eurnestness, vour thought and will, that which ho cannot buy in 
any village, which he cannot buy at any price in any city, which he 
may well travel twenty miles, and dine sparely and sleep hardly, to 
behold. Let not the emphasis of ho><pitality lie in bed and board ; 
but let truth, and love, and honor, and courtesy, flow in all thy deed*. 

IjfFORMATiorc. Dr. Franklin remarks, n innn a* often gets two dol- 
lars for the one he Bpend4 in informing his mind, as he duet for a dol- 
lar he lays out in any other way. 

Educatio;» is a better safeguard for lil)erty than a standing anny. 
If we retrench the wages of the schoolmustnr, we mutt raite tiio wa- 
ges of the recruiting lorgeanl. [Edward Kvereit. 

The glory ol a good man is the testimony of a good consoicnc* : 
have thai and thou wilt have inwatd peace amidtt troublet. 



31 days. 



J A K U A R Y 



9\ 



Ueclinatiou and honthins of the Planets. 



c 


Mercury 


^ 


dec. 1 sou. 




sou. jmor. 




• ' hm 


1 


94 46! 11 4S 


7 


24 19 ev, 4 


13 


^57 23 


19 


20 40, 42 



Venus. 1 Mars. | Jypiter. 
dec. Fou. 1 dec. I sou, i dec. j sou. 
sou. ' eve. j sou. imor. nor. imor. 
' h m , ' I h m , " ' I h m 



Saturn. IHeischel. 
dec. j Buu. dec. jsou. 
sou. ]eve. jnor. |eve. 
" ' ' h mf ' ih m 



16 22' 2 .'■^C'23 6 10 19 15 lO' 2 50', .5 57 4 42i 6 38| 624 
13 48i 2 54:23 SiilO 14 15 2l| 2 25! 5 46 4 20! 6 39| 6 
11 2' 2 57i23 48il0 9 15 341 1 .^9! 5 34 3 581 6 41i 5 37 
8 7i 3 0123 56:10 5 15 46j 1 331 5 20 3 36i 6 441 5 14 ! 
25|17 26| 1 1| 5 5! 3 2;23r^il0 1 16 2| 1 6| 5 6| 3 1516 47i 450 j 



Pliases of tlie Moon. 

D First Quarter 2d day 2h 48m morning. 
O F»'l Moon 8th day 6h Oni evening. 
Q Last Quarter 16th day 2h 4m morning. 
©New Moon 24th day 5h 13m morning. 
J) First Quarter 3l8t day llh o3m morning. 



= ici calendar i0i0IO««| 10 Iw-t 
g I i {Agpects, &e. [rise, sets 'south;?! r &. S;dec. 8ou.!gemi.'0 si. 



1 





21 3 


3 


4 


4 


5 


5 


6 


6 


7 


7 


6 


8 


2 


9 


3 


10 


4 


11 


5 


12 


6 


13 


7 


14 


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2 


16 


3 


17 


4 


18 


5 


19 


6 


20 


7 


21 


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22 


2 


23 


3 


24 


4 


25i5 


2616 


27 7 


28,G 


2912 


30! 3 


31 


4 



0Per. Circumcis- 

Bat. Princeton. '77 
[Arnold, 1781 
Richmo'd b'rnt by 
Epiph. ©Peiigee. 
1st s. at" Epiph. 
5 runs high. $ 
Id Sup. 

[burnt, 1840. 
Steamboat Lexin. 
2dS. af. Epiph. 
Charleston bur '78 



1706. 



m h m h 
36l4 32112 
3614 32il2 
36! 4 33! 12 
36|4 34 12 
36 4 .35! 12 
36 4 36112 
36|4 38 12 
3514 39! 12 
35 4 40! 12 



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skp 
sqp 



7 
7 
7 

7 3514 41112 
7 34 4 42 12 



Franklin b 

% A poire e. 

Amer. Ind. ack'd 
[by G. B. 1783. 

3d S. af. Epiph. 

9 Tur>3 lou'. 

VVm. Pitt d. I8O6.I7 

[fiom Elba, 1815.J7 

5 5 (5 Bona. esc. 17 

7 

55c5 ^h6 

4th S. af. Epiph. 
5Mc5 Charles T 
[beheaded, 1643.|7 

17 



34:4 43112 
34 4 4.5|12 
33 4 46112 
33 4 47 1-2 
324 46 12 
32 4 50 12 
314 51 12 
3l|4 .'^2 19 
30;4 53|l2 
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2714 57 
26; 4 59 
255 
24 5 
235 
22 5 
21|5 
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2 20 22 

3 32 22 

4 43 22 

5 52122 
5 ris|22 
5 56122 

7 4121 

8 10|21 

9 15121 

10 18J2I 

11 90:21 
morn J21 

19i20 



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10120 
6120 
19 
.50 1 19 
37119 



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6 37 

7 42 

8 47 

9 51 
11 
morn 1 



8'17 



58 45 16 

53 22 16 

47 3l|l6 
41 14 16 
34 30 10 
27 18 16 

19 41 16 
11 35116 

3 5|16 

54 81I6 
44 46116 
34 59116 
24 46! 16 

14 9!l6 
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51 42 16 
•39 52! 16 
27 39116 

15 2 16 
2 3!l6 

48 4l|l6 
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20 .O? 16 
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51 36 16 
36 28 16 

21 16 
5 12 16 

49 4 16 
32 38 16 
15 52!l6 



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17 


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17 


4 59 


17 


5 26 


17 


5 53 


17 


6 20 


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17 


7 11 


17 


7 36 


17; 8 


17 


8 24 


17 


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17 


9 10 


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9 S.T 


17|10 14 


17110 34 


16110 .52 


16 11 10 


16 


11 28 


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11 45 


16 


12 2 


16 


12 17 


16 


12 32 


16 


12 45 


16 12 58 


1513 10 


15 13 21 


1513 31 


15;13 40 


15 


13 49 



Good A'aturs is more amiable than beauty, and more agreeable 
than wit. 

Th£RB crnno': be a greater treachery, than first to raise a confi- 
dence, end tiic.i betray it. 

A WISE mind never despises aught that flowo from a feeling heart. 



IJ I H JWI M « 



}^ FESRU ARY. 1849 

We murmur mid droop (should a sorrow-cloud stay, 

And nolo all tlio shades of our lot ; 
But the rich sciiil illations that brighten our way, 

Arc hask'd in, enjoyed, and forgot. 



I banners' Calendar. 

j It is cold and bleak without — warm and cheerful within doors ; 

1 but hide rrot thyself in thy comfortable house, like the bear in his 
wintry don, until the ox and the cow and the horse and the sheep 

I have well been provided for— nay, iiot so long as tliou Jiast a single 

j sick or poor neighbor suflVring for the aid which thou canst well grvo 
out of th y good lieahh and abundant store. 

I In all the contingencies- of chance and variety of action, remember 

I that thou art the maker of thy own fortune, and thy own sin. — Bishop 

i Taiilor. 

I ANYTFiiNO can be oorte by him that earnestly desires what he 
ought. Secure but your affections and passions, and then no tunipta- 
tions will be too strong. A wise man, and a full resolution, and an 

earnest spirit can do anything of du'y ib. 

Ik men knew what felicity dwells in the cottage of a virtuous man ; 
how soun<l he sleeps, how ijuiet hi.s rest, how composed his mind, 
how free from care, how easy his position, how moist his month, how 
joyful his heart— they would never admire the noises, the diseases, 
the throngs of passions, and the violence of unnatural appcutes, that 
fill the liouse of the luxurious, and the heart of the ambitious. — lb. 

Whosoever is contented with poverty is rich. Not he who hath 
little, but be who desires more than he hath, is the poor man. — lb. 

A MAN must labor infinitely to get more than he needs ; but to 
drive away thirst and hunger, a man needs not to sit in the fields of 
the oppressed poor, nor lead armies, nor break his sleep.— /ft. 

Looking-glasses. —As ladies arc proverbially fond of looking 
glasses, they should bo made acquainted with a fact, but little known 
or attended to, that the beauty and truth of their reflected images 
veiy much depend upon the quality and color of the glass itself, 
which are easily detected by merely holding white paper edgeways 
to the glass ; and just so much as the icflectcd paper varies in color 
from the paper applied, in the same proportion are their complexions 
ajiparently tinged or blackened by it. Thus, many persons arc con- 
tinually imagining they " look ill," and, perhaps, from this circum- 
stance really become so, from the habit of using a glass that thus un- 
consciously disfigures them. 

Drkssing Woumu.1. — Nine timer out of ten, a wound will heal 
«)uickcr, if done up in itsown blood, than in any other way. As for 
a burn, whatever will entirely exclude the air the quickest is tlio 
best. Cotton will do this. So will oiled silk, if stuck down at the 
edges by any kind of sticking salve. Put nothing on a burn to heal it. 
Nature will soon do that, when the air is excluded, und the pain will 
almost immediately cease. 

S*ri.>u OF A Bee. The moat nflicacious remedy I have over found 
for the sling of a bee, is oimplc chalk. As soon as you are stung, 
apply aa much of ihis substanco as you can take up on your thumb 
nail, in a moist state, and permit it to remain until the pain subsides. 
After this application there will be no soreness, and no infhinunation. 

ncrmantown Tdcipraph. 
Ik you are about to leave a n'^ighbor's house, don't stand stam- 
mering and fumbling, saying, " Well, r gnusH it's timo I should be 
going." When you are re.uly, go at on< c. i 

If a person fawua on jou when «;i, he will nioit assuredly trample 
on you when down. 



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•JS slays. 



FEBRUARY, 



Deeliuntiou and U-oiitiiiug of Lli^e^ Plaisets. 



3 Merciirv. | Venus. 


Mars. Jupiter. 


tJuturrr. 


Herschel. 


■< ilec. 


sou. 1 dec. sou. 
eve. 'sou eve. 


dec. sou. dec. sou. 
sou. mor. nor. mor. 


dec. nor. 


dec. 


sou. 


sou. 


sou. eve. 


noi. 


eve. 


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° ' 1 li 111 ° ' j h in 


° ' 1 h m 


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h in 


1 12 15 


1 17 1 28| 3 3 


23 43| 9 5G 1G20: 52 


4 49| 2 50 


G51 


4 24 


7 8 34 


1 23! nor. | 3 3 


22 23 9 51 16 35| 8 


4 33 2 28 


G5S 


4 1 


i:i 5 29 


1 ]3| 4 44j 3 3 


22 54 9 47,16 50; eve. 


4 17 2 7 


7 1 


3 33 


ir., 4 48 


42j 7 451 3 3 


22 16 9 43 17 4 11 15 


4 (1 1 4'i 


7 7 


3 J5 


25 6 40 


mor. iJ{)40l 3 2 


21 30 y .381 17 18 10 49 


4 43 1 25! 7 13 


2 .53 



Pliases of tlie Moon. 

QFuII Mooii 7th dny 6h 2Grn irioruiiig. 
a Last Gincirter 14th day llh 3m evening. 
^ New Moon 22d day 6h 40rn evening. 



DjC- 


Calendar, | © 


®) ® 1 10 


Ieci.t 


-> ' '' 


Aspects, «fcc.{rise. sets 


south PljRdfc s;dec, sou.|3enii 


|0H. 


1 




h m h m| \\ m 


S. 


h ml ° ' " ' "jn, g 


ll5 




7 185 9(12 14 


M 


1 18J16 58 49 16 15113 57 


2 6 




7 17|5 11 12 14 


n 


2 25 16 41 23 16 1.5|14 5 


3 7 


©Perigee. 


7 16|5 12 12 14 


n 


3 32' 16 23 49 16 14:14 11 


4iG 


i^eptuagesima S. 


7 J4'5 14 12 14 




4 33 IG 5 54 16 14114 17 


5 2 


D runs high. 


7 13 5 15 12 14 


c-^ 


5 32)15 47 41 16 14114 21 


6 3 


0^§ 


7 115 17 12 14 





6 21 


15 29 13!i6 14|14 25 


7 


4 


'!>%6 


7 10 5 18,12 HH 


j) ris 


|15 10 29:16 14 14 28 


8 


o 


i$ Gr. Elong. 


7 9 5 19112 14;iil) 


6 56 


14 51 30 16 14 14 30 


9 


6 


§ PenlielioH. 


7 85 2l|l2 15;i!>) 


8 3;i4 32 15!lG 13 U 32 


10 


7 




7 7|5 22 12 15iro 


9 6i]4 12 46!l8 13 14 32 


n 


G 


Sexigesima Sttnd. 


7 5;5 23: 12 \b\^ 


10 7113 53 3)16 13,14 32 


12 


o 




7 4 5 25 12 15':^ 


11 713 33 6116 13 14 31 


13 


3 


Cap.Cook ki.l729, 


7 2:5 26112 15 111 


morn 1 13 12 55 16 13|14 30 


14 


4 


'^ ytaiionary. 


7 1|5 27:12 14 llj 


5|12 52 33!l6 13il4 27 


15 5 


® Apoijec. 


7 0!5 28il2 14 


t 


1 3 12 31 58 


16 12J14 24 


16 6 


Alolancthou born 


6 58j5 29,12 14 


T 


1 58^12 M 10 


16 12.14 20 


17 7 


j) runs low. [1497, 


6 57i5 31I12 14 


r 


2 52'11 50 11 


16 12 14 IG 


18 G 


Q.uinquagesima S. 


6 5G 5 33 12 14;iA 


3 42! 11 29 


16 12,14 11 


19 


o 


i>cr6 


6 54 5 35 


12 14:-^ 


4 30|ll 7 39)16 11 14 5 


20 


3 


Voltaire b. 1691. 


6 52I5 3n 


12 14;:^ 


5 14! 10 46 7|16 11 13 58 


2J 


4 


Ash Wednesday. 


6 50i5 38 


12 14- 


5 5-4 


10 24 26 16 11 13 51 


22 


5 


eclipsed, in vis. 


6 49j5 .39 


12 14 - 


>set 


iO 2 34 IG 11113 44 


23 


6 


5 ij Inf. Bncna 


6 47 5 40 


12 14|3^' 


6 33 


9 40 33' 16 llj 13 35 


241 7 


D \i 5 Vista bat47 


6 4515 41 


12 13i}< 


7 40 


9 18 24 16 10113 26 


25 G 


Ist S. in Lent. 


6 44 15 42 


12 13iM' 


8 48 


8 56 7 16 10; 13 17 


26 2 


])9 6 


G 42 


5 43 


12 131^^ 


9 57 


8 33 41 16 IOI13 6 


27 3 


Elias Hicks d 1830 


6 41 


5 45 


12 13 H 


11 8 


8 11 9jl6 10!l2 56 


28 4 


% Perigee. 


6 39 


5 46 


12 13 


y 


morn 


7 48 28 


16 9 


12 44 



Happiness consists not in having much, but ia wanting no more 
than we have. 

He that can please nobody is not so much to be pitied as he that no- 
bof'y can please. 

The idle levy a very heavy tax upon the industrious, when by Iriv- 
oIdus vi^italions they rob the>u of tlicir time. 

Ghace does not run in the blood, but corruption does. 



•mrtnrTMTn 



J3 MAROH^ iS-19 



Those who look on mortality's ocean aright, 
Will not mourn o'er each billow that rolls, 

But dwell on the glories, the benuties, the might, 
As much as the shipwrecks and shoals. 



Farmers' Calendar. 

" March !" Aye — march straisht on in the path of virtue, honor, 
patriotism, temperance, industry. Conquer first the enemies within 
— your lusts and passions ; so may your undivided energies be direc- 
ted against the foes from without, and all your path be crowned with 
victories. 



To Cook Parsnips. Persons who have never eaten parsnips cooked i 
nccoiding to the following mode, have no idea what an excellent | 
rii.sh they are. Scrape the parsnips, wash and slice them lengthwise ; | 
boil in just enough water to cover them till thoroughly done. Then ' 
put in a piece of butter, with a little salt and pepper. Beat up an 
egg with a spoonful of flour, and pour over ihf.m. They are then 
ready to dish ap. Parsnips are likewise very good, split once and 
roasted w-ith pork in the drippinff pan. — .5. Planter. 

Preserving Butter. Tiie farmers in the parish of Udney, in the 
county of Aberdeen, Scotland, practice the following method of cur- 
ing their butter, which gives it a great superiority over that of their ; 
neighbors : 

Take two parts of the best common sail, one part of sugar, and one 
part of saltpetre : take one ounce of this composition for sixteen 
ounces of butter ; work it well into the mass and close it up fur use. 
The butter with this mixture appears of a rich marrowy consistence, 
and fine color, and never acquires a brittle hardness, nor tastes salty. 
Dr. Anderson says, " I have ate butter cured with the above compo- 
sition, that has beer? kept three years, and it was as sweet as at first." 
But it must be noted that butter thus cured, requires to stand three 
weeks or a month before it is begun to ba used ; if it be sooner oppn- 
ed, the salts are not sufficiently blended with it ; and sometimes the 
coolness of the nitre will then be perceived, which totally disappears 
afterwards. 

Selectino Meats. In selecting Beef take that which has a 
coarse, loose ct.iin, which easily yields to the pressure of finger or 
knife; which is a pulpish red, and has whitis^h fat. Ox. Bnef is best. 
If the lean is pulpish and the fat very yellow, it is bad Beef. If it is 
coarse grained and hard to break or cut, it is tough. Stall-fed has 
lighter fat than grass-fed beef. 

If meat is frozen, lay it in cold water to thaw. A piece often 

I pounds, or more, will require all night to thaw. Beef and Mutton 

improve by keeping, when cool weather. Meat is belter for not be- 

j ing froten, except fresh Pork. In selecting Veal, take that which is 

i firm and dry, and the joints slifF, having the lean a delicate led, the 

I kidney covered with fat and the fat very white. If you buy the head, 

ij I see that the eyes are plump and lively, and not sunk in the head. If 

i I you buy the legs, get those wnich are not skinned, as the skin is good 

r for jelly or soup. 

I ! In clioosing Mutton, take that which is bright red and close grain, 
with firm and white fat. The meat should feel tender and springy 
on pressure. Notice the vein in the neck of the fore quarter^ which 
should be a fine blue. — .Miss Bcechci-^s Domestic Receipt Book. 

Angeh, like a hurricane upon the Ocean, destroys the repose of i 
the heart, and rolls heavy surges of atfliction over the soul. 

A POOR mechanic will be a poor man. To postpone doing right is 
equivalent to doieg wiong. 

Life witiiout an object is a vajiAhond sluggajd. ! 



■h: 



31 dayg. 



MARCH, 



Decliisatiou and ^ontliiug of tlic Planets. 



]3 



Mercury, 
dec. j sou 
sou. injor. 
° ' I li m 

6 31111 20 
10 48; HI 49 
1151 10 33 



J9 11 09:10 26 

2,5110 23110 2712143! 2 46 



Venus, 
dec. I sou. 
nor. I eve. 
" ' I h ID. 
12 331 3 1 
15 10, 2 oS 
17 36J 2 56 
19 481 2 5.3 



Mars, 
dec. I sou. 
sou. |mor. 
" ' I h m 
20 55! 9 3.^ 
19 56i 9 31 

16 49( 9 26 

17 35. 9 21 
16 151 9 15 



Jupiter. 

dec. ! sou. 

nor. 1 eve. 

° ' h m 
17 25' 10 31 
17 36110 b 
17 451 9 40 
17 52! 9 14 
17 571 8 49 



Saturn, 
dec. j sou. 
sou. I eve. 
° ' I h m 
3 3l| 1 11 
3 13j 50 
2 561 30 
2 38j0 
2 20 mor 




PJiases of tlie Moon. 

5 Firsi Quarter 11th day 7ii 13m evening. 
Q Full Moon StJi day 8I1 12in evening. 
C Last Cluarter IPth day 7h 49in evening. 
^ New Moon 24th day 9h Itim morning. 
5 First Quarter 31st day 2h 8m mornrng. 



; <= ; c 1 Calendar, j I © I l®, ® | 

i a !:! 'Aspects. &c. |rise. 'sets IsouthiPllR ic sdec. nor. 



115 
2i6 
3|7 
4G 
512 
6|3 
7 4 
815 
9l6 
10|7 
lijiU 

12 2 

13 3 

14 4 
15 



16 


6 


17 


7 


IS 


G 


J9 


2 


20 


3 


21 


4 


22 


5 


23 


6 


24 


7 


25 


G 


26 





27 


3 


28 


4 


29 





30 


6 


31 


7 



$ Perihelion. 
3d Sun. in Lent. 

ydiscover'd 1781. 

[son b. 1767. 

^ Apogee. Jack- 



OGr.EloMsr. \Ves-6 
[ley d. 1791.6 
Druns high. 6 

2nd S. iu Lent- 6 
Madison b. 1757. 16 
j)l|(ji Crockett kj 6 
[1836. 6 
^eclipsed visible. 6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
|6 
i) runs low. l6 

4th S. in Lent. © 6 

L>?. 6 6 
enters <^. (i .J* 6 
[cj6 
D$6 6 

:> 17 A Q. Elisa- 
[bt-h d. 1603. 
5th y. in Lent. 

® Perigee, j) 2 (5 
[sassinated, 1792. 

Gustavus III. as- 
5 runs high. 



ni h m h 
38 5 47113 
36 5 4912 
34 5 50|12 
33 5 52I12 
31 5 5312 
28 5 55112 
27|5 56ll2 
5 57 12 
58 12 
59! 12 



0^12 
1!12 
2il2 
3|12 
4j]2 
G!12 
7!12 
8|12 
9jl2 

iilu 

12,12 
6 13' 12 

6 14J12 
6 16.12 
6 17! 12 
53(6 13|12 
51 6 20112 
49 6 2lil2 
47 6 22! 12 
45 6 23I12 
44(6 24112 



156 
136 
126 

106 
816 
T|6 
5 
3 



rn S 

i3in 
i2|n 

12j 
12 

Ilia 
Ilia 
11 la- 

nil): 

10 

10 

10; m 
10111 

9 111 
9; 

9U 
81^ 

«V> 
8-i^ 



h ni 

18 

1 24 

2 27 

3 25 

4 16 

5 

5 39 
]) ris 

6 49 

7 51 

8 51 

9 52 

10 50 

11 46 
morn 

40 



1 
2 
3 

o 

4 
4 
5 
J) set 

7 44 

8 54 

10 5 

11 14 
morn 

22 

1 21 



25 42116 
2 49 16 
39 51 16 
\e> 47 16 
35 38! 16 
30 24il6 
7 5|16 
44 43 16 



20 17 
56 49 
33 16 
9 41 
45 5 
22 17 



35 
11 23 
47 41 
23 59 

17 
23 24 
47 4 
10 42 
34 It 
57 53 
21 24 
44 53 

8 Ifc 
31 4(1 
54 5e 
18 IS 



16 16 
16 



' m s I 
9 12 32; 
9il2 20 1 
9jl2 7 
8|lJ 54! 
SIU 40i 
8 11 26 i 
8 11 111 
7il0 561 
7 10 41 
7 10 251 
lu 91 

9 

9 

9 

9 

8 



52 
36 
19 I 

44 



8 27 

8 9 

51 

33 

15 

5l> 

38 

19 

1 

42 

24 

5 5 

4 47 

4 26 

4 10 



Mature your plans vvell, and you will seldom tail of their accom- 
plishment. 

Louis Phillippe left his umbrella at Paris — he had no use for it 
when the reign was over. 

None are so fond of secrets as those who do not wish to keep them. 



' I--- »— ■'^^ ^■1 l^p-MMIMI W^Wl^M 



14 



APRIL. 



18-10 



All llic l»ittr^r, tlie ilroar, arid ll)'» dark '. 
Tliougti tlir ravc-n may sriiro witn its x^-oe-bodiiig lone, 
Do \vp nen'r hear ilie poiij of iho Itirk. 



Paaiuers' falenilnr. 

Take a looli at the IVnces : Jack Frosi has be^n pulling up tiie 
posts, kuocking off l)oards,an(l tumblin? over the walls, just ns likely 
as not. Then sec the jilows, harrows and all sorts of tools : exaniin ■ 
these, ami ha ce all necessary repairs viadr at over. If your slock <it 
tools i^ insnff.rioi:t, ^o, without delay, and i)urci)ase more, and bear 
in mind while purchasing, that the liest imi)!cinents are always the 
clHiiiprst. 

Halting Mam-'Re. Mixing salt with sial)le and otlier inaniiro has 
a groat tendency to prevent the development of gru!)s and vermin, 
whirh are frequently bred in dung when cairied unsalted to the lields. 

Jim. Az^iculluri.-it. 

r.Er.s Give salt to bees by laying it on the corner of the board in 
front of the hive. 'I'hey need it as much as cattle or other aninial-* ; 
and whpn not supplied, they are often seen in the mud aroiinil the 
door.. — Boston CuUirutm: 

i'Rt;iT TnEEs. A [laint made of Soap, t'ulphur and Salt is oxc<»l- 
Uiit for Irsiit trees. 

AcrcMULATioN OF Manl're. Pcize every opportunity to collect 
niatoriuls fer makin"; ii:anuio, uiul snfler none lliat may be in your 
yard to be destimed by the sun or wasted by the rains — a coveiin:; 
of oarfh viil prevent the lirst, while a jiroper dish-hko shaped yard 
will obviate the latter. 

I.iMi:. The foliowiiig method of using lime ctands so high in our 
ostimntion that v.e rei>eat it every year : — Drenk iho stones .small bo 
foro patting into the kiln to be burnt, and not larger than a goose's 
egg; lay them in a hot state on the land, wlijcli thonhl be in a half 
wrought condition ; spread out the lime shells very evenly ; the sub- 
scq«ent operations of ploughing and harrowing, not less than twice 
performed, will cover and «lislr'bnlc the lime, and the land will bo 
benetilted by tho moist heat nnd damp exhalations that will be cvol- , 
ved during the dis.solulion. This is by far *ho most preferable mode 
of using lime that is yet kno^vn. — Britiah Fanners^ JUnutnac. 

GiNiiEB S.NAPS. fJnc rnp of molasses. Half a cup of sugar. Half 
a cup of butter. Half a cup of warm water — the butter nielted with 
it. A small teasimonful of pearbisb, dis.solved in llie water. Two 
tabic spoonsful of gingc r. The dough i-hoiild be slilV; knead it well, 
and roll into sheets, cut into round cakes, nnd bake in a moderate 

OV<M». ' 

Imwoiitawce of Light to Health. We have lately seen it 8tatcd 
that there is a marked difference in tho healthiness of houses, ac- 
cording to their aspect in regard to the sun. 'J hose are decideuly Iho 
healthiest, rtrtPrvt paribiif, in which all rooms are during some part of. 
the day fully exposed to direct light. It is well known that epidem- i 
ic4 nttark the inhabitant), of the shady side of a street, and totally 
exempt those on the other side. — Mer.Juur. \ 

iNTELLKiEKcE i<i[>bin, industry to execute, and economy to pre- { 
»oiV(! — prosperity follows. 

InKORArtcK, iilknr-sR, and waste, ere followed cloie in tho roar by 
distresii, poverty and \i ant. 

DoM'r you know you should'nt bo out there, my son .' Go Into the 
back yard if you want to jday murbics — it is HuniJay 

Well, yei. But ain't it Hunday 
the boy. 



in the back yard, moUier ? •aid 



30 days. 



APRIL 



15 



Decliuntioii and Soutliinar 


of tlie Plati 


cts. 


Cj Mercury. 


Venus. 


iMors. 


Jupiter. 


Sal urn. 


Herscliol. 


'< dfiC. 1 ROll. 


dec. 


sou. 


dec. sou. 


dec. 


S'OU. 


doc, sou. 


ilec.l sou. 


Bou. 1 mor. 


nor. 


eve. 


sou. irior. 


nor. 


eve. 


sou. pve. 


nor.i eve. 


° ' 1 li m 


o . 


li m 


" ' li rn 


o , 


Ii m 


° ' 1 h m 


" ' 1. m 


I 7 44110 33 


•33 34 


2 29 


14 3519 9 


18 


8 21 


2 0(1120 


7 54 42 


7 4 35 10 42 


24 4? 


2 29 


13 41 9 3 


18 1 


7 57 


1 43fl0.59 


8 2| 19 


13 44 10 54 


25 36 


2 15 


11 28| 8 57 


18 (> 


7 34 


127110 38 


8 lOjmor. 


19 nor. 11 9 


25 57 


1 55 


9 4918 51 


17 57 


7 11 


1 10 10 17 


81811131 


25 8 39 1 1 28 


25 45 


1 31 


8 7! 8 44 


17 52 


6 48 


55 9 56 


8 25; 11 9 







Pliase 


5 of tlxe 


Moon. 








Q Full Moon 7th day lOh 59in morning. 


C Last Quarter 15th day 2h 18m evening. 


9 New Moon 22d day 7h 4m evening. 


J) First Q.uartcr 29th day 9h 27ni morning. 


"o" 


c 


Calendar, 


0© 


9 e 





JEH.T 

seiiii.jQul. 


s_ 


^ 


Aspects, &c. 


rise, sets south 


PI R&; s 


dec. nor. 








li m 


h m 


h mg. 


h m " ' " 


' " 


m s 


I 


G 


6th Sun. in Lent. 


5 43 


G 26 


12 4^ 


2 13 4 41 20 16 1 


3 52 


o 


2 


d'Ud 


5 41 


6 27 


12 4 'a 

12 3'n 


2 .59 5 4 24 16 1 


3 34 


3 


3 


Bonap'rte ban.'14. 


5 39 28 


3 37 5 27 22 16 


3 IG 


4 


4 




5 37 6 29 12 3!lip 


4 15 5 50 14 16 


2 58 


5 


5 




5 35'6 30 12 311)); 4 47 


6 13 8 16 


2 40 


6 


6 


Good Fridav. 


5 33 6 3 1| 12 Oj:^ 


5 21 


6 35 39115 .59 


2 92 


t 


7 


iDAY. i|stit. 


5 31 6 32:12 2b: 


D ris 


G 58 10|l5 59 


I "(i 


8 


G 


EASTER SITN- 


5 30 6 33 12 2!:0: 


7 39 


7 20 38 15 59 


1 49 


9 9 


[1811. 


5 28!6 34! 12 2'n] 


8 38 


7 42 56 15 .59 


1 31 


10 3 


U. S. Bank incor. 


5 2716 35:12 nil 


9 36 


8 5 7 15 58 


1 15 


11 


4 


$h6 


5 25 9 37; 12 1 S 


10 33 


8 27 9'l5 58 


59 


12 


5 


aAposee. 0^c5 


5 94! 6 38,12 1 J: 


11 25 


8 49 2 15 58 


42 


13 


6 


5 runs low. 


5 22;6 39 12 I 


morn 


9 10 47 15 58 


26 


14 


7 




5 20:6 4112 1^ 


14 


9 32 23 15 57 


S. 11 


15 


G 


1st S. af. Easter. 


5 18 6 42 12 0|i^ 


1 


9 53 50 15 57 


F. 3 


16 


2 


Shakspere b. 1564. 


5 17{g 441 12 oh. 


1 40; 10 lo 7115 57 


!8 


17 


3 


Dr.Franklin d.'90. 


5 15 


6 45|11 59 -r. 


2 10 10 36 14 15 56 


3'2 


18 


4 


]) c?d ^^t. Cerro 


5 13 


6 47:11 59ivr. 


2 .')9 10 57 1 1 15 56 


46 


19 


5 


[Gordo, '47 


5 11 


6 48:11 59, K 


3 27 11 17 57 15 56 


1 


20 


6 


Dhc5 


5 10 


6 49,11 59lK 


4 3 11 38 32 15 56 


1 13 


21 


7 


3)136 


5 9 


6 51! 11 59^^ 


4 39 11 58 56 


15 55 


1 25 


22 


G 


2nd S. af. Easier. 


5 7 


6 52:11 58 T 


Dset 12 19 9 


15 55 


1 38 


23 


2 




5 5 


6 .53; 11 58 y 


7 46 12 39 9 


15 55 


1 49 


24 


3 


9 Perigee. D 9 r5 


5 4 


6 5511 58 y 


8 58 12 58 57 


15 55 


2 


25 


4 




5 2 


6 56' 11 58 n 


10 10 13 18 31 


15 54 


2 11 


26 


5 


D runs high. 


5 1 


6 57;ll 58 n 


11 12 13 37 51 


15 54 


2 21 


27 


6 


J. Monroe b. 1758 


4 59 


6 58 1 1 57 2::^ 


morn 


13 56 58 


15 54 


9 31 


98 


7 


[ter. I)i;c5 


4 57 


6 59 11 571^ 


11 


14 15 .52 


15 54 


2 40 


29 


G 


3d Sun. after Eas- 


4 56 


7 Oil 57 


57 


14 34 32 


15 .53 


2 49 


30 


o 


Washington inau. 
[1789. 


4 54l7 lil57!n 
1 1 1 


1 40 


14 52 58 


15 53 


2 57 


There is nothing so mucli out of proportiou ^ a great name and 


little merit. 


Men dote on this world as if it was never to have an end, and neg- 


lect the next as if were never to have a beginning. 


The wise man applauds him whom he thinks most virtuous ; the 


rest of the world, him who is most wealthy. 



16 M AY. 1849 

W'k may utter farewell when 'tis tortuie to i>arl, 

Uul in meeting tho dear one again, 
Have we ufver rejoiced with wildnesa of licart. 
Which uutbalances agoa of pain? 

Fanners' Calendar. 
YoY may plant potatoes in this monih if you choose ; we are incli- 
ned to early plantin>;, from all we can lenrn. You map not wash and 
shear your sheep, even iftho weather does appear to he ciearand warm, i 
Novel Expcbimeut with the Potato. I noticed in an eastern | 
paper the mannei of producing new varieties of potatoes from the i 
hall, hut I have never seon any directions for producinij them from ' 
tho tuber. 'Jhis can be done — but Nature is ti)e chief woikman. i 
Most farmeis that raise the pinkeye potato, have noticed tho pink or | 
bluish color of the eyes extending in streaks and blotches over more ; 
or less of ilie surface of the potato. These blue spots, with an eye, 
can be m.uic to produce a biuii variety, perfectly distinct from the o- 
riginal pinkeye. 

While dig;,'ing pinkeyes in the fdll of 1842, 1 noticed a large potato 
with a blue ^pot covering nearly one half of its surface. This potato 
I put away in the collar lor experiment in the spring, when I cut it 
aa nearly as I could between the blue and tho white, cutting out ami 
! throwing away the eye* on the edges in wliich the colors wuro mixed, 
J then cutting each part into several pieces, and planting each color in 
I a hill by itself. The result was, the white part produced thirteen 
I white potatoes and one blue one ; and the blue one produced ten blue 
I ones. From these ten blue potatoes, I have made my whole crop, 
I and for four years have seen not the least " shadow of turning" pink- 
' eye again. I3y what freak of nature this result is produced, or by 
what formula in the science of veg'^tation it can be explained, others 
more skilled in the science perhaps can answer. — Okio Cultivator. 
I DitJiRUcTioN or Mice. A curious fMct is mentioned of the ex- 
traordinary uumber of 28,071 mice having been taken or caught fiom 
September to Janunry, in tho Dean Forest, Gloucostershiro, over an 
area of only 1,G93 acros. Tho successful method ado|)ted there was' 
boiing holes in the ground twenty inches deep, wider at tho bottom 
than the top, which pievontt-d them getting out when once in, and 
into which holes was diopped some food. 

Drainin'o. All wet lands should be drained — by such process their ; 
' capacity fur production is greatly increased, while thu quality of the | 
crops grown on them is much improvud. I 

Plowi.no well. .N'o farmer, wc lliink, who has ever remarked! 
'; the incfHcienfy of the *'cut and cover" mode of plowing, — that is, i 
i trying to throw over a slice of earth twice um wide as tho plow will 1 
iporfoim, will prefer it to the infinitely superior mode of drawing 
! deep, stiaight, and narrow furiows. i 

' A Tri-th. If there is any act which deserves deep and bitter cou- ' 
j demnatiun, it is that of trifling with woman's affection. Tho female j 
heart may l>o compared to a delicate harp, over which (he breathings | 
of caily afFertions wander, until each tender chord is awakened to | 
I tones of inefl'iiilo sweetness. It is tho music of the soul which is] 
' thus called tottli — n niuiiic sweeter than thu fall of the fountains, or ; 
I the song of the Houri in the Moslem's Paradise. But wo for the del- ; 
' icaio fashioning of that hiirp. If a change pass over tho love which i 
! tirst called forth its hidden harmonics. Let neglect and rold unkind- 1 
j ncs-i sweep over its strings, and they will break one after another, : 
, slowly perhaps, hut surely. Unvisitcd, unrequited by the light of' 
I lovo, the soul-like m'^lody will be hushed in tho stricken bosom — like 
! the murmuri of tho Lgypti&n statue before the coaiiag of the sunriso. I 



31 days. MAY. 17 


Decliuation nii<l ^ollttlill§; of the Plauet^. 


1? 


, Merruiy. 


Venus. 


Mars. 


Ju|)iter. 


Saturn. iHerschel. | 


•r dec. sou. 


dec. sou. 


dec. 


sou. 


dec. 1 sou 


dec. 


sou.j dec sou 


nor. mor. 


nor. eve. 
' ' h m 


sou. mot. 
" ' h m. 


nor. jeve. 
» ' ih m 


sou. 


mor.' nor. mor. 


" ' 1 li m 


1 


h ml' 


|h m 


1 13 47,' 11 51 


24 54 1 


6 22 


8 37 


17 45! 6 26 


40 


9 35 8 32110 46 


7 18 36|ev.l4 


23 21| 035 


4 37| 


8,31 


17 37| 6 4 


26 


9 13; 8 40:1024 


13 -22 251 43 


•21 14, 'mor. 


2 501 


8 24 


17 27| 5 43 


13 


8 52 8 47110 2 


19 -24 45 1 8 


1854111 5 


1 3i 


8 17 


17 15 5 22 


nor 


8 31] 8 53; 939 


25 25 37 1 27 


16 481 10 33 


X 441 


S 10 


17 1 5 1 


11 


8 9; 9 Ol 9 17 j 


Phases of the IVIoon. 


O Full Moon 7th day 2h 17ni raorninjf. 


(T Last Quarter 15th day 5h 40ni morning. 


^ New Moon 22d day 2h 46m morning. 


D First Quarter 28th day 6h 33m evening. 


j OjO Calendar, | | j j#| • | © 1 O 


EQ. T 


|bN Aspects, dtc.|ri3e.|sets 'south|Pl|R& s|dec. nor.isemi 


0fa. 








h mlh ml h ni'S.j h m 


\° ' ' " m 8 


1 


3 




4 52,7 2 11 57 np 2 17 


15 11 10 15 53 3 5 


2 


4 




4 5l|7 3 11 57iij:| 2 51 


15 29 6jl5 53 3 12 


3 


5 


5 (3 Sup. 


4 59,7 5 11 57^ 


3 23 


15 46 45; 15 53 3 18 


4 


6 


^Q 


4 49 7 6 11 57;-:^ 


3 51 


16 4 10'l5 52 3 25 


5 


7 




4 4717 7 11 56,i- 


4 19 


16 21 19115 52 


3 30 


6 


{il4th S. af. Easter. 


4 46,7 811 selm 


4 50116 38 12|15 52 


3 35 


7 


2 Bih.So.form'd'08 


4 44! 7 9 11 56; in 


D ris'ie 54 4^115 52 


3 40 


8 


3 5 96 [(jlnf. 


4 42,7 10 11 66; r 


8 26 17 11 7115 51 


3 44 


9 


4 # Apogee. 0$ 


4 4117 1111 56 r 


9 20 17 27 9 15 51 


3 48 


10 


5 [mericadis. 1492. 


4 3917 12 11 56; r 


10 11 17 42 53115 51 3 .SI 1 


11 


6 5 runs low. A- 


4 38 7 14111 56' 1^ 


10 58 17 58 20| 15 51 3 53 1 


12 


7 


4 37 7 1. 


) 11 55j>>' 


11 40 


18 13 28 15 51 3 55 


13 


G'oth S. af. Easter. 


4 36 7 1( 


3 11 56!*^ morn 


IS 28 18 15 50 3 55 


14 


2 




4 34 7 1^ 


Ul bQ\- 


18118 42 4815 .50 3 55 


15 


3 




4 33 7 1{ 


ni 56;:s: 


55 18 57 4 15 50 3 55 1 


16 


4 




4 32 7 2( 


111 56i>£ 


1 26ll9 10 5815 50 3 54i| 


17 


5 


Ascension Day. 


4 31 


7 2 


11 561 >£ 


1 58 19 24 36 


15 50 


353 


18 


6 


Dcfd 5b6 


4 30 


7 22 11 56 T 


2 3lll9 37 47 


15 49 


3 51 


19 


7 




4 29 


7 23 11 56 T 


3 4:19 50 43 


15 49 


3 48 


20 


G 


Sun. af. Ascen. 


4 28 


7 24 11 56 d 


3 42 20 3 18 


15 49 


3 45 


21 


2 


j>9ci 


4 27 


7 26 11 56 8 


4 22 20 15 32 


15 49 


3 41 


22 


3 


# Perigee. !;> ^ q 


4 26 


7 27 11 56 n 


D set 20 27 26 


15 49 


3 37 


23 


4 




4 25 


7 28 11 56 n 


8 55120 38 59 


15 48 


3 33 


24 


5 


D runs high. 


4 25 7 29 11 57J23 


9 58 20 50 1 


15 48 


328 


25 


6 


dh6 


4 24 7 .30 11 bl\^ 


10 54 21 1 


15 48 


3 22 


26 


7 Calvin d. 1564. 


4 23 7 31 


11 57ia! 


11 4121 11 29 


15 48 


3 16 


27 


G 


Whit Sun 5hc5 


4 23 7 32 


11 5 


7|a 


morn 


21 21 36 


15 48 


3 9 


28 


2 


[ett's Har. 1813. 


4 22 7 3. 


11 5 


7 111) 


21 


21 31 19 15 48 


3 P 


29 


3 


Attack on Sack- 


4 21 7 33 


11 5 


7 1IB 


56 


21 40 30 15 48 


2 54 


30 


4 


Ale.^. Pope d. 1744. 


4 21 7 34 


11 5 


7 111; 


1 27 


21 49 51 15 47 


2 46 


31 


5 


1 


4 20 7 35 


11 5 


1:0^ 1 57|21 58 20|15 47l 


2 38 


Earth praises conquerors for shedding hlood ; 1 1 


Heaven, those that 1 


ove thfir 


foes and do them good. 1 


It is terrestrial hono 


r to be cr 


Dwned 1 


For strewing men like rushes on the ground; 1 


True glory 'tis to rise above them all, 1 


Without the advantage taken hy their fill. 1 



18 JUNE . 1K4U 

Though the eye may be dinini'd wiih its grief-drop awhile, 

And ihe wiiitonM lip 8i<;)i forth iUi Toar, 
Yot pensire indeed i^ tliat f:ico where the smil* 

Is not oAener seen tliun tlie tear. 



Farnieri** Calendar. 

A GREAT den) i^ gained l»y early weeding. When weeds first start 
they nmy be easily destroyed, aiid if tiie land has been recently 
ploughed and planted, it will be light and n)e]iow,nnd the hoeing of it 
at an early |>eiiod requires bnt little time, compared to what is nee 
essary' when the weeds hare become larqe and almost foime<l a sward, 
and the earth has become compact and li.ird. — Anoth«-r disadvantage 
in delaying; weeding till late, is the hiding of the j)bnts by the luxu- 
riant weeds. In some cases the plants cunnot be found without dili- 
gent search, and then, perhaps, the w^eds cannot be removed without 
r(ufica//y disturbing the plants, which, from theii fi agile forms, grow- 
ing in the shade of tall weeds, can hardly stand alone. 

Besides the great saving of labor in weeding early, ilieic is a great 
odvaiita;,'e to the crops, for must all |>lants that stand in a good soil, 
free from weeds, will grow iwice as fast for stirring llie soil arouud 
them. When there are no woeds, plants will come up, grow n little | 
and then remain almost stationary for weeks, when a little stirring 
of the soil around them would give them a start and cause a luxuriaia 
1 growth. This is often shown by pait of a row or piece of land heiii;: 
hoed while another pait is lel\. So great a ditlerence is tumetimcK 
I produced by merely stirring the soil, that the casual observer has | 
I supposed that there was a difl'crence in the manure, time of planting, 
or something else Nvhich he would regard aa more important than the 
mere stirring of the soil. 

We have an account of a trial between two cultivators who com- 
peted for the greater success under the same circumstances at to soil, i 
manure, seed, Ace. One thought to excel by hoeing his lot twice a ! 
I week, aware of the great advantage of frequently stirring the soil ; ! 
; but ho was much surprised to find that he had been beaten, and was 
anxious to ham the management of his competitor, which was his 
own plan cariicd to a greater extent, for he had hoed his lot every , 
morning. 

Farmers will find it profitable to prepare their lar.ds, and arrange 
their plants so that most of the labor in destroying weeds, and stir- 1 
ring the soil, go essential to succoxsful cultivation, may l>e done hy 
animal labor. In this there will not only l»c a saving of ex|>ensc, hut ' 
H greater profit by a largo ciop, for by the use of a cultivator or plow 
between rows, the soil will be stiired dee]>er than by the hoe, and it 
may be done more frec|nently also. A good steady horse, in a well 
arranged field, in the hoeing season, will do as murh as several men. | 

ttotton CuUiriilnr. 
CuhE FOR Slamder. — Mr. Rowland Hill, on being told that it wb* . 
expected he should take notice of some unhandsome things said of him, ' 
taid he did not consider it necpKsary to enter into any vindication of 
himself; aiid, ho added, *' I have lived a great many years in the I 
world, and huve passed through much of evil report and good leport, t 
and I have ariivid at this concluoiun, that no man can possibly do me | 
any harm except myi-elf." — La Sere. 

Yot'5u ladies who are accustomed to read news papere, ore always 
observed to (kmscbs winning ways, moat amiable dispositions, invaria- 
bly make go<Ml \vivi>«, nnil always select good husbands — a fact. 

IThe machingry in Kngiund equals the labor of six hundred mill- 
ions of men. 
I Good nature and education, aay to the young — Reverence old age. 



{0 days. 



JUNE. 



19 



JL>ecliikaiion and Soiithinc; of tlie Plaiiets. 



r 



Merc 
dec. I 
nor. I 

25 111 

24 n; 

22 251 
•20 47 j 
19 25' 



ury. Venus, 
sou. I dec. I sou. 



eve. nor. | 
h m I • 'I 
1 40 15 01 
1 40 14 9| 
1 29 13 551 
1 6 14 9, 
33 14 461 



mor. 
h m 

10 3 
9 42 
9 2C 
9 14 
9 5 



Mars, 
dec I sou 
nor 



2 47 
4 31 

6 12 

7 501 
9 25' 



.lupitor. 
dec. 1 sou. 
mor. I nor. | eve. 
Ii in I ° 'I li ni 
8 11164414 37 
7 54iiG28j 4 17 
7 49 16 iO] 3 57 
7 3t!|l5 5l' 3 38 
7 32\15 3li 3 lb 



Saturn. 'Herschel 
dec. J sou.j dec. I pou 
nor. 'mor. 
" ' h m 
23| 7 43 
41j 7 21 

89i 6 59 9]7i8 5| 
45{ 6 37 9 22 7 42i 
.50' 6 14, 9 251 7 19 



nor.|moi. j 
° ' h m 1 
9 7|8.50: 
9 12, 8 28: 



Pliases of tlie Moon. 

QFull Moon 5tti day 51i 37ni evening. 
d Last Quarter 13th div 5h 34rn evening. 
9 New Moon 20th day 9h 29m morning. 
]) First Quarter 27di day 51i 54m rooming. 



o I Calendar, j 

2 ^lAsijects, (fccirise. 



I O |«1 • I O O Eci 

sets IsouthiFilR dt s dec. nor. semi. 0fa. i 



16 
2 7 
3G 
4; 2 
5j3 

6 4 

7 5 
816 
9,7 

JOG 
1112 
12,3 
13] 4 
1415 
15l6 
16 7 
17G 



22 
23 

24 1 G 
25 2 
2G!3 
27] 4 
281 5 
29] 6 
30 7 



98tat,[&Eng.'14 4 
Peace bet. France 4 
Trinitv Sunday. 4 
4 
9 Apogee. [1799 4 
Patrick Henry d. 4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



h m h m' h 



j) runs low. 
Cholera broke out 
fin U. P. 1832, 
1st Pun. af. Trin. 
5 V\ Snow Storm, 
[1842. 



Dcf 3 [terloo.'ie 

:)V15 Bat. VVa-;4 

2d S. af. Trinitv. 4 

VVardec.ag.G;B.;4 

) runs high. ['12 4 

9 Perigee. j4 

D $6 Oent.2^ 4 

[d. 1773. I4 

])1I(5 Aken>ide4 

3d S. af. Trinity. 4 

4 

4 

4 

Madison d. 1836. 4 

4 

0$c5I»f. $Aph. 4 



18 7 36 11 
187 37,11 
17]7 33,11 
17i7 38 11 
17,7 39 1 1 
1617 40 11 
1617 41111 
16;7 43 11 
15 7 42111 
15l7 43i 1 1 
15 7 43;il 
147 44 11 
14'7 44 12 
14 7 45 12 
14 7 45 12 
14:7 45 12 

14 7 46 12 
1517 46 12 
15:7 47 12 
15|7 47:12 

15 7 47 12 
15 7 47'12 
]6l7 47! 12 
16,7 43 12 
16|7 48112 

17 7 48'12 
17i7 48J12 
177 48112 
1817 46 12 

18 7 48 12 




8 9|22 

8 57 22 

9 42 22 
10 21 122 

10 55;23 

11 28 23 



59;K|morn 23 
Oki l|23 
32 23 



OT 
0-T 
18 
18 
in 



1 3 

1 36 

2 14 23 

2 55,23 

3 34;23 

l|n]])sot 23 

1 S3| 8 4r23 
2^ 9 31,23 

2 a' 10 18 23 
2!i1'10 55 23 
Q'Mll 99 23 
2 nj,' morn i23 



3k:^ 
3h. 
301 
3ITI 



1 23 
29 23 

53 23 

1 29 23 



6 30 15 47 
14 22 15 47 

21 .50|]5 47 
28 53 15 47 
35 32 15 47 
41 48 15 47 
47 42 15 45 
53 10 15 46 
58 15 15 46 

2 55 15 46 

7 11 15 46 
11 3115 46 
14 30 15 4S| 
17 34 15 46; 
20 12 15 46, 

22 25; 15 46 

24 14|15 40 

25 38 15 45; 

26 38|l5 45 

27 14' 15 45| 
27 22 15 45 
27 5 15 45 
26 27 15 45 
25 23 15 45 

23 53 15 45 
22 15 45 
19 40115 45 
16 57] 15 45 
13 49 15 45! 
10 16 15 45 



2 29 I 
2 20: 
2 11; 
2 1| 
1 511 
1 40; 
1 29 
1 18 i 
1 7 
55, 
43 I 
31 
19 I 

F. 6! 

S. 6i 
19 
32 
45 

58 

1 11 



1 24 1 
1 37] 

1 50: 

2 3: 
2 16' 
2 29 i 
2 41' 

2 53 I 

3 5 
3 17 i 



Gathering Herbs. All such herbs as are gathered for dryingl 
should be cut or gathered just when they are beginning to come into ' 
flower, and should be dried in the shade. j 

There's two languages, squire, that's universal — the language of, 
love, and the language of money ; the gals understand the one, and the j 
men the other, all the wide world over. — Sam Slick. 



20 JULY. 1849 

Ihekh are time.4 when iIim »tnrni-^iisi may ruitlo arouod, 

Thin- arc spots wlicrc Ihc poi-son phrub ^rows, 
Vri lire there not hcurs «)ien iionglit elfe can ba found, 

Hut ihc f>oi th wini, the sunshine, and roi^o ? 



Fanners' Calendar. 

Hat to sell? We hope so: first lato Vormont hay it not lonj; to 
he a drug in market, evtn in liie most ahunthiiii Heasoiis-^if 'im it i* 
to be pn!«unieil wi I l)elhf- c;ise,) the farmers choose to avail thcm»el> 
ves of ruilruHd faciliiies for llie purpose of curryin;; hay to market. 
To do this, the hay must be iieally and compiict'y pressed into bales, 
suitable for hundlinir. We corauicnil the subject to the farmers for 
invesiigatiim and cAperimoni. I 

Young huy-maker, bo not ambitious. We cut this warning from a 
colemporary : 

^:any a ycung raan has ruined iiis constitution by too crnat zeal, 
and a reluctance to be outdone, even l*y his stiperior^ in ycnr^, 
atreni'tb and skill It was only a iihort timo sinci; that we saw con- 1 
veyed to the piave ynrd, the emaciated remains of a youop man! 
whose constitution had beL-n destroyed and health irreparably ruined 
in tliis way. Thousands have experienced the same lato, and by 
over exertion have tuu oflen made their first haying season ihir Ja."'., 
Younjjsters, when thay commence rnowiu;;, should begin with calm- 
ness and moderation, and stiivo «o attain the character of good mow- 
ers, rather than to carry llie foremost swuth. We havo seen many 
swift moweis, but rarely one whi> cut his gross well ; hurry does not 
permit of |)eifection, and it ii> not unfrcqnently the case that individ- 
uals who "get over" th«'ir three, four or five acres a day, are, in re- 
ality, woith Ices to their employers than those that " mow" hut one. 
I By neglecting the eB<<entiul points, ar>d leaving a tuH stubble, ono j 
I may easily lose the price of his wages to his ompioyer, evea wheie 
I the i:rop is li^ht. and the grass thin. 

! Habve»t Drink.— Ten gallons of cold water, ono gallon of mo- 
: lasses, one quart »f vinegar, ami half a pound of ginger, well stirred 
toseiher. make a refreshing drink — and while upon this »ubjflct wo 
will rem«rk, that kartest fiumU should be generuiimy fed. 

Cure for lLL-T£Mr£R. — A Kcnsible woman of the doctor's ac- 
quaintance, (the nuther of a young fimily) entered so far into his 
views upon this subject, that she taught her childion from the eaiii- 
est childhood to consider ill-humor as a disorder which was to be 
cured hy physic. Accordingly, she had always small doses ready, 
and the little patients, wheuevi-r it was ihou;:lil nefdful, took rhu- 4 
bath Jor the criistmcst. !S'o punishment was required. Peovi»hnt.»s | 
or illtemper and rhubarb were ussuciuiod in their inindii aiwa}s a* \ 
[ cause and effect. « 

I .MoDt'i Y. — Let a woman b.; ilecUed with nil the embellishments of 
' art and nature — yet, if boldness is to be read in her fucu, it blo:« out 
, ul! the liiivs of beauty. [ 

] To I'nKtEnvc Bur .*tearj — As the worm seunun h^is nirived, 
whvn meat cannot be kept for moie than uday or two in a fti sh state, 
it will ho of no inconsiderabli- b'-nefit to many to be inlornied, that if 
fresh meat is rolled up iu Indian com meal, it will keep fresh fur tour j 
or five days. 'J'he steak should be laid down in piei'cs from oi>u to 1 
three pounils. and each pieee covered eiiiirely with meal. 

To REtr STRircD Hens rHu>f Viici. rift Plaster of Paris on ^ 
the plants when the dew is on, luhhing it on the under side of the I 
leaves, and the bugs will nut tonrh thorn. If the rains wa>>h otf the I 
plaster, apply it again. A neighbor of outs has tried it with good ' 
luccess foi ten years. ^ 



31 days. JULY. 21 | 


Wecliti-^tiOEi and 5<oiitIiiiiig of tile Planets. [ 


? 


Mercury Venus. 


1 Mara. 


Jupiter. 1 Saturn. 'Iler.-chel 


> 


dec. 1 * 11 . dec. i«oii 


] dec. 1 .sou. 


dac. sii'j. dsc. . rou. dec. sou. 




tioi. 1 mor. nor. mo 


' i nor. 1 mor 


nor. uve. nor. !mor iior. mor 




i h in " ' 1 h n 


1 1 " ' 1 ii m 


" ' 1 h m " ' I h m ° '1 h in 


1 


Hn=? H 48 15 3T 8 5 


9:10 .5-:! 7 2.5 


15 9 2.59 54I 5 5! 9 291 C> ^^' 


7 


1^37 II 13 I(i34 8 5 


41 12 23 7 li^ 


1147: 240 5i 523 932, 633 


31 


!'J9I 1 )5) 17 3)! 8 5 


1;I3 43 7 10 


'4 24 2 21 57 5 5 9 24 6 10 


IP 


!0 28I10 41 18 H5 8 5 


l|i.5 2 7 :> 


11 ni 2 2 5'5 4 42 9 35' 5 47 


?5 


M 29 10 4.5 19 23 8 5 


3116 13 6 5-"> 


1334I 1 43 54: 4 18 9.36! 5 23 


Fha«;c<ji of the AJooii. 


QFtiH Moon 5tli day Sh 36rn morniri?. 


d Last Quarter 13tii diiy 2h 18m morning. 


@ iVevv .Moo!i 19th rl'.y 4li G3m fveninjf. 


i) f ifst Quarter 2Clli d; 


iv 71i 45:n evening. 


c7~- 


Caleatlar, | O I 1 1® ® | 10 If.q.t 


1 


\spects. i%,:c.'riiJO.'.sets 'south, i'i r fc s dec. iior.|spnii.!0sl. 




h ni h m\ h 


nil.S 


!i n. ° • " ' 


m .s 


IG 


4th ?. ct Trinity. 


4 19|7 47'l2 


311] 


1 59 23 6 20 


15 45 


3 29 


2 2 




4 inj7 47,12 


4(/ 


2 34 23 1 59 


15 45 


3 40 


3 3 


^ Apojoe. 


4 2:)i7 47:12 


4'J 


3 1' 22 57 13 


15 45 


3 5! 


4 4 


]) run* low. 


4 2! 7 47,12 


4V> 


3 53 22 52 5 


15 45 


4 2 


s's 


[1. 1837. 


4 22 7 4'j 12 


4'^ 
4'i^ 


D ris 22 45 32 


15 45 


4 12 


6|() 


Chief J. Marshall 


4 2 > 7 4" 12 


8 20 22 4) 35 


15 45 


4 23 


7 7 


1 


4 23 7 46 12 


8 5.S 22 34 15 


15 45 


4 32 


SG 


5:h P. af Trinity. 


4 23|7 45 12 


5r, 


9 32 22 27 31 


15 45 


4 4 2 


9 2 


M.nd.lockd."'!..! '75 


4 24(7 45112 


5,:^ 


10 5 22 20 23|15 4.5| 4 51 


10 3 


ColuinhiH i>. 1447. 


1 25 


7 41112 


^■-A 


10 3j22 12 54 15 45 4 59 


11 4 


§ !*t..t. .1. Q. Ad- 


4 20 


7 41 


12 


5,K 


11 6 22 5 l|l5 45 5 7 


19 5 


]) b 6 [-^'"^ ^- '^7 


4 27 


7 4'! 


12 


5T-' 


11 38 21 .56 45 15 45 5 15 


13l0 


1)^6 


4 23 


7 43 


12 


51T 


morii 21 48 7 15 45 


5 22 1 


1417 


Dcfd 


4 29j7 42 


12 


5' 8 


1121 39 6 15 45 


5 29 


i!5'G 


6th 8 af. Trinity. 


4 3>|7 42 


12 


6|b 


48 21 29 42 15 45 5 35 


; Uij 2 


D9c5 


4 31 i7 41 


12 


6ia 


1 31 21 19 57,15 45 5 41 


17,3 


D runs hijjh. 


4 32:7 41 


12 


6 a 


2 20 21 9 50,15 46 5 47 


1S!4 


® Pc-rigco. 


4 S:i.7 4rt 


12 


GJr^ 


3 17120 n9 21 15 46 5 52 


19; 5 




4 3'.;7 39 


12 


6!-. 


]).set20 48 33:15 46 5 55 


i20 


G 


T? 8tat. 


4 35,7 3S 


12 


ela 


8 8 20 37 ^15 46 6 


!qi 


7 


Dlirf CGr.FJon.' 


4 35 i 7 37 


12 


6ia 


8 50 20 25 50 15 46 6 3 


;2'<> 


G 7ili « af. Trinity.' 


43-7 3'i 


12 


CI lit' 


9 27 20 13 57 15 46 6 5 I 


123 





(Jihr,tlt;ir t,*;!!. hyj 


4 37 7 35 


12 


6,11}! 


10 1,21 4 45 15 46 C 8! 
10 32 19 49 12 15 46! 6 91 


.24 


3 


[the British, 1704. 


4 33 7 34 


12 


6- 


I2.5 


4 


! 


4 39 7 33 12 


eU 


11 3 19 35 21 15 461 6 10' 


!2G 


5 


Bat. AboukcT. '99 1 


4 40 7 32 12 


f;!::^ 


morn|l9 23 9,15 46 6 IP 


27 


fi 


lotined, 1794 


4 41 7 3i 12 


Gjil, 


3 19 9 38 15 46 6 11 1 


2S 


7 


Rohenpieriii guil- 


4 42,7 30 12 


61III 


34 18 55 47 15 47' 6 10 


29 


« 8th S. iif. Trinity. 


4 43 7 29 12 


61^ 


1 ]') 18 41 38 15 47 6 81 


|3> 


2 @ Apo^ree, 


4 4t|7 23 12 


cU 


1 50 13 27 12 15 47 6 61 


{31 3 §Q I> runs low ! 


4 4-1I7 27il2 


6l^ 


2 35,18 12 2Gil5 47 6 4l 


The vine hears threi; srapi-s — the 


irst of pleasure, tiie second of 


dninkenne's, tlio third of repentance 




Ths cliin ix of liuiTiin indiiTorenco has arri\'ed, when a woman | 


don't cir? ho-.v she jool^s. 


1 


The diminutive chain of hnbil is scarcely heavy enough to be folt j 


till it is too stiong to be brolien. 


1 



iiMiim »]|,ii lamrMSmafi 



a« AUGUST . 1841) 

U, HAPLCssLT ruro Id tliu portiuii ihul's uurs, 

Anil slraii;jo is llic piitli tliat wo tnkp, 
If there sprinir not beside us a few jirccious flowers 
'I'o soften the thorn iiHil the brake. 

Farmers' Calendar. 

Time for fUTTiNG Wheat. Tiio nppearancc, or condition, indi- 
cating the proper lime for ciilfing wiieat, depends oh tlio variety. — 
Thus, when the grain of red wlicat can l)e squeezed between the 
thumb and linger, without any moisture !>eing forced from it, cutting' 
may always be safely commenced ; for it is never better than when 
harvested in this gtate, and if rut later, lie wheat is seldom ao sovt\ 
in quality ; besides serious losyes are sonieiimcR sustained, in consr- 
qucnce of hi;;h wimi», when it is allowed to arrive at a riper stain. 
The white varieties siiouhi stand somcwhal longer tiian the red be- 
fore they are cut. 

With respect to the color of the straw, ns a sipn of maturity, cspc- 
rionce has shown, that, if in a healthy scate, the ear generally ripens 
before the straw ; the yellowness ot tlte chart" and u[)|>cr parts of the 
straw indicates that the crop is tit to cut ; an<l the uniform yellow co- 
lor of the straw, shows tiiat the crop has arrived at maturity, and, if, 
suffered to stand in the field, the kernels are liable lo be shaken out 
by the wind. — American ^gricahuriat. 

Tbeatjient of horse MAr«LRE. Fiesh horse dung, when dried, 
contains about 2 3-4 per cent, ol" ammonia and other fertilizing salts : 
but when allowed to ferment, art it usually does in practice, it con- 1 
tains only about one per cent, of fertilizing salts, and loses besides, | 
nearly 9-lOths of its wei;;lit. This gives some idea of the waste , 
which generally attends the practice of neglecting this kind of ma- 
nure on the farm. In order to prcvf^nt this waste, it is only neccssa- ] 
ory to throw the dung iiito a heap, under cover, and Korinkle a few , 
handfuls of charcoal dust or plaster of Paris among it every few days, I 
or if it becomes hcutcd, to mix with it a few quarts of common salt. ' 

Jimfrican ^s^kiilturi^t. 
G.\PE« i:* Chicre?**. a writer in the Ohio (""uiiivalor, recom- 1 
mends the following remedy for this disease in ( hickcns : ** Btee|> lo- 
belia and red pejipcr in hot (not iioiling) watrr, and ini.x the food with 
this liquor as strong as they will cat it, until the cliickens SFupc 'fori 
certain.' It is both a preventive and a remedy. We tried it to see | 
if it would kill some hopeless chickeni, hiil they would live iti spilo I 
of it, and now wo have no troublo with this di.scase. I 

How TO MVKE niynr.H syrlp. Poak, for twenty-four hours, in 
warm water, one |Miund of VW>it India ginger root ; nil) it well, anil 
boil in one gallon of water till reduced to three quarts ; strain it ' 
throii<;li a cloth, and to every pint of water put one pound of loaf su- j 
gur, and boil it to a good syrnp, ><kiinmiiig it well. \Vhcn cold, hot- ; 
tic it for u^n, and it will keep in a cool place, for any reasonnblc 
length f>f time J and u small qinntily, mixed in a tumbler of fresh 
water, makes one of the nio>'t refreshing and healthful beveiages that i 
can 1>« drunk during hot weather. It also has iho dinibln advantage I 
of lM;ing easily made, and fil for immediat<> use. Another method, | 
even le»s troublesome, is, to make ii rich syrnp of water nivj lonf so- 1 
I gar, and when eold enonjh to bottle, add lo every pint of syrup, Iwo ^ 
I tea-siMMmfuli of the 6r«t tincture of niiisut, which cau bo purchaned ' 
I at nn apothecary's. — Jimf.rif.iui .^irrtcuUiirinL I 

F*um50 — Auguii IS a belter lime than July, or any other month j 
in tho year, for prnning whin large Iimln are to be cut olf — Bos. Cut. i 
M*!«T conlend that thn best limo to cut h«trd« i.'r«»« i>» when it is in ! 
blossom, but it is mero tliourv. Cut when the leud is full in milk. 



31 days. 



AUGU S T 



S3 



Deulinatioii and Soutliius: of tlie Planets. 



^ 


Mercury. 


Venus. 


Mars. 


1 Jupiter. 1 Saturn. 


Herschel. 


«< 


dec. sou. 


dec. sou. 


dec. sou. 


dec. 


sou. 1 dec! sou. 


dec. sou. 




nor. raor. 


nor. mor. 


nor. mor. 


nor. 


eve. j nor.j raor. 


nor. mor. 




° ' 1 h m 


° ' 1 h m 


" ' 1 h m 




li m j ° ' Ji m 


" ' ]i ni 


1 


2137|11 6 


20 18i 8 54 


17 29' 6 46| 


13 4 


1 21! 50 3 .50 


9 36 4 56 


7 


20 12111 33 


20 47| 8 57 IS 28 6 38 


12 38 


1 2 45 3 26 


9 36 4 32 


13 


17 1811158 


21 O! 9 ?9 21 6 30 


12 11 


44 38 3 2 


9 35 4 8 


19 


13 21 evl7 


20 5519 5 20 81 6 22 


1143 


25 31|2 37 


9 33 3 44 


25 


8 53 0436120 32' 9 9 20 49| 6 13 


1125 


6 22! 2 12 


9 31 3 21 



Phases of the Moon. 

OFnll Moon 3d day llh 2m evening. 
(I Last Quarter 11th day 81i 42m morning. 
^ New Moon 18th day Oh -i3m morning, 
D First Quarter 25th day Oh 6ra evening. 



Calendar I 

^ Aspects, (fcc'rise 





se*s 



I O |«| • I o 

south. PI R & s'dec. nor. semi. 



EQ. T 

0sl. 



1 4 
9 5 

3 6 

4 7 
5(x 
6,9 

3 
4 
5 
6 
7 

3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
G 
2 
3 
4 



5ilsrat. 1) r'ns low. 
[com'ced, 1807. 
Aaron Burr's trial 
$ Perihelion. 
9th S. af, Trinity. 



Dllid 
■ 4^- 

lOth S. af. Trin. 
D runs high. 

D9d 

9 Perigee. 

05 6 Sup. 

eclipsed invis. 
llth S, at'. Trin. 
William TV. b.'65 



Washington city 

6 [tak. bv the Brit- 

7 '[ish, 1814 
G\ 12th S.af, Trinity 
2'#Apogee.[OTj(S 
3[ Diuns low. 

4 

5 Parley b. 1743. 

6 I J. Banyan d. 1688. 



h m 


hm 


li 


m 


s 


h in 


o , ,, 


' " 


4 47i7 25 


12 


6 


1^= 


3 24 


17 57 24 


15 47 


4 48,7 24 


12 


6 


]rp 


4 19 


17 42 3 


15 47 


4 50,7 22 12 


6 




•) ris 


17 26 25 


15 47 


4 5117 21 


12 


6 


:x 


7 36 


17 10 29 


15 47 


4 52!7 20 


12 


6 


•^ 


8 9 


16 54 18 


15 48 


4 5317 18 


12 


6 


^ 


S 39 


16 37 50 


15 48 


4 54 7 17 


12 


5 


^ 


9 10 


16 21 5 


15 48 


4 55 7 15 


12 


5 


cp 


9 40 


16 4 5 


15 48 


4 5617 14 


12 


5 


T 


10 13 


15 46 48 


15 48 


4 57|7 13 


12 


5 


H 


10 48 


15 29 18 


15 48 


4 58 7 11 


12 


5 


H 


11 27 


15 11 32 


15 49 


4 59 7 10 


12 


5 


n 


morn 


14 53 31 


15 49 


5 07 9 


12 


5 


n 


12 


14 .35 15 


15 49 


5 17 7 


12 


4 


c-j 


1 4 


13 16 47 


15 49 


5 27 6 


12 


4 


zDi 


2 4 


13 58 5 


15 49 


5 47 4 


12 


4 


f^ 


3 8 


13 39 10 


15 49 


5 57 2 


12 


4 


n 


4 15 


13 20 


15 50 


5 67 


12 


4 


n 


I) set 


13 39 


15 50 


5 76 59 


12 


3iini 


7 40 


12 41 3 


15 50 


5 96 57 


i2 


3 


ITP 


8 13 


12 21 17 


15 50 


5 10 6 55 


12 


3 




8 45 


12 1 10 


15 50 


5 11 


6 53 


12 


3 


^N. 


9 15 


11 42 10 


15 51 


5 12 


6 52 


12 


2 


i\\ 


9 47 


11 20 49 


15 51 


5 13 


6 50 


12 


2 


ni 


10 23 


11 18 


15 51 


5 15l6 49 


12 


2 


rn 


11 OjlO 39 36 


15 51 


5 16J6 47 


12 


2 


i 


11 43110 18 44 


15 51 


5 17 


6 45 


12 


1 


S 


morn 


9 59 43 


15 52 


5 18 


6 43 


12 


1 


'A 


28 


9 36 32 


15 52 


5 19|6 42 


12 


1 


^A' 


1 20 


9 15 11 


15 52 


5 20 6 40 


12 


Ol^/P 


2 18 


8 53 42 


15 52 


5 21 


6 38 


12 





■r: 


3 17 


8 32 5 


15 53 



m B 
6 
5 56 
5 52 



46 
41 
34 
27 
20 
11 
2 
53 
4 43 



33 

22 
11 
59 
47 
34 i 
21 
7 



2 53 
2 38 
2 22 
2 7 
1 50 
1 34 
1 17 
1 
42 
24 
6 



sober because they 
love, more get drunk 
and transforms him 



Somebody says — " Some men think tliey are 
forsewear ardent spirits. Many get fuddled with 
with vanity, while passion trips up one's heels, 
into a beast. Reason is your only teetotaler." 

A GOOD wife exhibits her love for her husband by trying to promote 
his welfare, and by administering to his comfoit. 



a4 SEPTEMBER. 1849 



The wail of legrel. ilie rudo chishiii^ of «trife, 
Tlie soui':« liarmt)ny ofteti in;iy mnr ; 

But I tiiink wo mu^t own, in the discuidf of life, 
'Tig ourselves thiil oft waiien the j^r. 



Parmers' Calendar. 

I The fir«f duty of this month is a political one. Do that dutv hon- ' 
e«tly and fdithfullv— do it from piincipie. Sell not your vote for :in 
otTice ; givo it not away tn ;i pi r*onai favor ^ withhold it not for any ' 
reason. 'Jo vote is a du y as well as a privjioso ; hut to vote capri- ; 

I ciously, or for any purpose other than to scciiro good governmeni, is ' 

j to violate this duty and p^rvrrt the privilf>?e. 

I Improved mkthod ok M^KI^^. chakcoai.. A njodc of manutjc- ! 
! turing this snhslnnce, in Franco, is to fill all the inerstices in the 
t heap of wood to he charred, with dry, powdered charcoal ; then cover 
' the whole ma«s with earth or sods, and burn it the usual way. By' 
this means, much of the access of air is jirpvnnlod, and a savin» lif 
I ten per cent, in volume as well as weight, of charcoal, will be gained 
ovei the ordinary modes. — jJmr.rican Jiirricullvrist. | 

I How TO bia:«age a kicking cow. Take a piece of rope aboHt two ; 
i feet in lenjth, and tie or splice tli'; two ends together so as to form a 
' loop. Double up hy bendin; the fore leg of the milking side of the i 
I cow and slip iho loop over her knee. Ty this means she will nccci- 
I sarily have to stand on three Icps and will not be able to kick. — lb. 

French vsctTABLE soup. Take a leg of lainb, of moderate sizo, 
I and four quarts of water. Of potatoen. carrots, cabbage, onions, to- j 
j maioes. and turnips, take a tea-cup full of eacii, chopped fine. Salt 
I and blnck pepper to your taste. j 

Wash the lamb, and pn» it into the four quarts of coJd water.— i 
' When tho scum rises, take it off caiefolly with a skimnMr. After! 
paring and choppinc the vegeta!)lcs, put I hem into the soup. Carrots 
require the most boiling, and should be put in first ; onions require ' 
I tbe least boiling, and are to be put iu last. This aoup requires about | 
I tbroc hours to boil. j 

Poisoicous PRDPEBTT OF Bni^B. It IS not to bo wondered at that ' 
I your pign should be sutForjng. if, as you state, " a portion of brine got 
; mixed with their wash," and they partook of the same. We bavt 
the anihority of the late celebrated veterinarian, iVlr. Yountr, for sta- 
ting that " tbe brine in which pork or bacon hts been pickled is pois- 
j onous to pigs ;" and that " several cases arc on record in which these '■ 
I animals have died in consequence of a small quantity of brine bav. j 
ing been m'ngled with the wash, under the mistaken impression that | 
it would answer the same putposo and be equally as l)cneficial as is ' 
the admixture (-f a small quantity of salt." — jllb^ivy Culfitafor. I 

" \\ IFE," said a married min, looking for his boot-j:\ck after she ; 
was in bed, " I have a place for all things, and you ouglit to know it." j 
j •* Yes." says she, " I oujht to know whore you keep your late hour*." 
I The total agr culturiil wealth of Franco, in agricultural, vcget:ible | 
and animal produce, amounts to the enormotis sum of three thousand | 
; one hundrrd and twenty million, six hundred and twenty-one thou- i 
I sand pounds. | 

UouRTkiY. — In order to render yourselves amiable in society, cor | 
rect every appearanto of harshness in behavior. Let that cimriosy 
I distinguish your demeanor, which springs not so much fiom stu lied i 
|ioliteneis, as from a mild and gf*nlle heiirt. Let vour manners bo ' 
simple and natural, and they will bo enga;jing. A(T'jct3tion is car- i 
' lainly deformity. By fotming th» m«elves on fantastic models, and vy- 
' ing with one another in every reigning folly, the young begin with , 
being ridirulous, and end in being vicious and immoral. ' 



30 days. 



SEPTEMBER. 



H5 





UecliiBation aud !^«>utlii»g of the Planets. 


c 


Mercury. 


Venus. 


Mar.-. ! Jupiti.r. 


Saturn. 


llerscliei. 


v: 


dec. 1 sou 


dec. sou. 


dec. j sou. I dec. j sou. 


dec. i SOU- 


dec. [sou. 




nor. ! eve. 


nor. moi. 


nor. jnior j nor. | mor. 


nor. 1 mor. 


nor. |inor. 




' ' li m 


' • 1 1) m 


" ' 1 h ra 1' ' Ih m 


" ' h m 


" ' 1 h m 


] 


3 30 53 


19 41 1 9 1.5 


Q130 6 SjlO 43,11 49 


11 1 43 


9 28 2 52 


/ 


eOU. 1 4 


18 3;i| 9 211 


■22 Oj S.'iSllO 14; 11 23 


sou. 1 18 


9 24; 2 28 


73 


5 17' 1 12 


17 13i 9 2.0 


■i2 2,')i 5 42 9 4611 4 


11 53 9 20i2 4 


19 


9 13 1 18 


I.'i31| 9 30 


•22 46j5 3I 9 18,10 45 


22 28 9 IG 1 40 


85 


ja4ii i^:") 


i.TS-l' 9 44 


•23 3i 5 19 8 5(lil0 26 


33 U 3 9 11 1 J5 



Phases of tlie SIoou. 

QFull ^Joon 2d d:iy Oli 28in evenin;?. 
C Last Quuter 9tli day 21i ,")m even in?. 
9 New Moon IGth day llh 12m morning. 
J) Firi5t Quarter 2'ltli day 6h 3-lin rnornin?. 



o CI C.-vlencia:- | O I I iCJj ® i 10 
g^i Aspects, «fec.'rise.',!sets ;sout!i Pi r &, s dec. nor.'si-iTii 



1| 

2G 

3 



8 
9 
lu 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 



U 

2 

3 

4 
5 

6 

7 
G 
•2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
G 
24' 2 
25; 3 
26|4 
27 5 
28! 6 
29l7 
30' G 



[® eclipsed 
13th S.uf, Trinity, 



Lafayette b. 1757. 
Hanuiih Moore d 
[1833 
14th S. af. Trin. 
5 runs high. 
® Perisree 

[burnt, 1781. 
D 95 i\. London 
.VIo.scow burnt, '12 

1.5th S. af. Trin. 
5 Aphelion. 
D^ri [1355 

Bat. of Poictires, 
[d. 1832 
Sir Walter Scott 
])runslow0ent:Ci: 
loth S. af. Trin. 
© Apogee. 
Columbus sailed, 
[1493. 
0T2 R [Har. 181.S. 5 
Detroit retak'n by 5 
5 
17th S. af. Trin. 5 



5 27 



mih 
23'6 
24:6 
2!ij6 
27(6 
28,6 
20i6 
31 G 
32'6 
33; 6 
34jG 
3516 
36i6 
37ift 
38:6 
39; 6 
406 
4ll6 
42:6 
436 
44; 6 
46;6 

47 5 

48 5 
50 5 
515 
.53 5 
54 5 
555 
535 
57.0 



m h 
36 12 
S'l 11 
33 11 
31 11 
29 11 
27 11 
25 11 
24 11 

22; 11 

20; II 
19;ll 

17'n 

1511 

1311 

Hill 

9III 

7ill 

6:11 

4;11 
2,11 
Oill 
5.3111 
5611 
55; 11 
53,11 
5l|ll 
50 11 
48 11 
46lll 
44ill 



ml^. 

Ov:. 
59 K 
59 X 
59>T- 
58T- 

58: b 
57ib 
57 u 

57in 

53 a 

55 a 

55,11V 



h ni 
4 20 
D ris 
7 5 

7 42 

8 14 

8 47 

9 23 
10 6 

10 55 

11 53 
morn 

52 

1 57 

3 6 

4 5 
55 ll[^ D se?, 
54 £i| 6 57 
54 £i 7 28 
54 III 7 58 
53 III 8 29 
53 1111 9 3, .. „. 
53 jt 9 42;N. 11 
52 5 1 10 24 S. 12 
b^iyU 11 .-^5 
52 1/0= morn 
5i:v>! 1 

56 

1 55 

2 57 
4 



8 10 
7 48 
7 26 
7 4 
6 42 
6 19 
5 .57 
5 34 
5 11 
4 49 
4 26 
4 3 
3 40 
3 17 
2 50 
2 31 
2 7 
1 44 
1 21 
57 
34 



5 39 

6 Oi 



51i:2; 
51,^; 

60k 



59 

1 22 

1 45 

2 9 
2 32 
2 56 



0;10 



(SILENCE is one great art of conversation. He is not a focd who 
knows when to hold his tongue — and a person may giin credit for 
sense, eloquence and wit, who merely says nothing to lessen the opin- 
ion which others hiive of these qualities in themselves. 

A 8E.NSIELE wife looks for her enjoyment at iKtme — a silly one 
abroad. 



as O O T O B E R. ^1849 

Earih is not all fair, yut ii is not all gloom ; 

And the voice of the grateful will tell, 
That He who allotted Pain, Death, and the Tomb, 

Gave Hope, Health, and the Bridal as wel'.. 



Farmers' Calendar. 

Method of Determining the Weight of Cattle. The fol- 
lowing method of ascertaining the dt-ad weight of cattle hy mcaswre- 
{ ment when alive, has been adopted to a conaiderable extent. It is 
I foKnd to be an expeditious mode, and if not to be implicitly depended 
1 upon, at least fucnishes a very important assistance to the judgment 
I of the dealer. 

Rule. Take the girth of the benst by measuring round with a 
string or tape, close behind the shoulder blade, along the back, to 
i that bone of tlic tail which is in a perpendicular line with the fore 
part of the buttock. Multiply the iiirlh (in feet) by itself, and that 
product by the length, and then hy 42. The last product to be divi- 
•ded by 100 will give tlie weight in Smithfield stones of eight pounds 
each. If stones of 14 pounds are required, the Multiplier will be 24 : 
instead of 42. — Baxter's Library. | 

Now is the time to save seed for next Spring's garden ; so here | 
take a good word on — 

Raising of cabbage and turnip seed. The great object in | 
raising cabbage or turnip seed, is to place the plants where there will j 
be no danger of being impregnated with the farina of any other of the ] 
cabbage or turnip tribe. A few good plants of one variety, should bo i 
selected and planted in the spring, in an open spot by themselves,! 
where they may run to seed. No more than one sort, let it be re- j 
membcred, cati be safely grown in the same garden. — American ^g- \ 
rirulturist. 

To make a tleasant cosmetic soap. Shave a quarter of a pound . 
■of old castile, or pilm-oil soap, into soft, hot water enough to cover | 
it; boil j'.nd stir it quite smooth ; turn it into an earthen bowl, and, , 
■while hot, stir in enough Indiiin <?orn or bean meal, to make a thick j 
panto ; add an ounce of oil of almonds, and some oil of lavender, rose, f 
or other agreehic perfume ; cover it closely in small China toilet box- | 
es or jars, nud put one on every washstand. — [b. 

Good manners and complinwnts cost nothing, and yot for tho want , 
of ihum many gctthfMr heads broken. 

Ill :<TS shrewdly strown, mightily disturb the spirit where a bare- 
fared accusation would be too ridiculous for calun;)ny. 

Do not suppose that yim cannot do an act of charity, because you 
arc not as rich as some others ; do what you can. j 

An Absuhditt. To drink rum while water is so much cheaper i 
and more healthy. 

Wind putTn up empty hadders; ojjinion, fools. 

Teach your Children Music. You will stare at a strange no- I 

tion of mine : if it appears even a mad one, do not wonder. Had 1 1 

children, my ntmost endeavors sliould bo to breed them musicians. | 

C«ntidering I have no ear, nor even thouijht of music, the preference ; 

seems odd ; and it is embraced on frequent reflection. In short, mad- j 

a<n,««myaim would be to make them happy, I think it the most I 

probable method. It is a resource which will last them their lives, I 

un1e«8 they grow deaf; it depends on themselves, not on otherii ; al- j 

I ways amuses and soothes, if not consoles; and of all fashionable ! 

j pleaaorei is the chenpest. It is capable of fame without danger of | 

I criticism— it is susceptible of enthusiasm, without being oppressed ; | 

1 a«id, unlike olhorinortal passions, is sure of being gratified even in; 

I heaven, — Horace H'alpole. I 



31 days. 



00 T OB EH. 



ar 



Decliuatiou aud i^outliiiig; of tlte Planets. 



Ci Mercury. 

^ dec. I sou 

1 sou. 



Venus. I Mars. ; Jupiter, f Saturn. Herschel. 
dec. I sou. I dec. I sou.' dec. I sou. I dec.| sou. dec. I sou. 

nor.iiQor. 
° ' I h ni 



nor. 



eve- nor. | raor. nor. |nsor. 
[ " ' 1 h ni ! " ' I It ni ! ° ' ( )i m 
M5 3ll 122 11 2219 38 23 1715 7 
7 1 17 27 1 151 8 571 9 42 23 291 4 53 
13il7 57l 58! 6 23| 9 46 23 40[ 4 38i 7 29 
19 16 13 95 3 4019 50 23 5014 22 7 3 
25 12 8|mor.: 52| 9 53 24 2| 4 4; G 39 



mor 
° ' I h m 
8 22ll0 7) 

7 55i 9 48 
9 29l 
9 10 
8 50 



sou. 



eve. 
" ' I h m 
45|1137! 9 6| 6 51 

56 11 121 9 1 26 

1 6 10 471 8 5?| 2 
1 16 10 22! 8 50ieve. 
I24I 9 5718 4.5'll 13 



Phases of tlae Moon. 

Q Full Moon 2d dny Oh 43ni morninjf. 
C Last Cluarter 8th day 7h 54m evening. 
9 New Moon 16th day Oh 23m morning. 
D First Quarter 24th day 2h 14m morning. 
O Full Moon 31st day llh 53m morning. 



Calendar, I I © | |«| ©' 



O 



IFQ.T 



4 Aspects, &/C. irise. [sets Iscuth'PlR & Sfdco. sou. i3«mi |0ta. 



3T26 



5^16 [town, '77. 
Bat. of German- 

6 |Brainard d. 1747. 

7 I® Perigee. 
G;i8thS. af. Trin. 
2 D runs high. 

4 I [by Columhus,'92. 

5 IThe Behamas dis. 

6 § Stat. 

7 5^40 5 96 

Gll9th;5. af. 'Irin. 

2 I [Saratoga, 1777. 

3 Burgoyne dPtJ at 6 

5 [Yorktown, 1781. 6 

6 L'ornwalli.? sur. at 6 



D runs low, 
G •20th S. af. Trin. 
2 O Apogee. 

231 3 I 

24i4;0O(3Inf. 

25' 5 1 

26'6 Philadel.sct. 1632 

27;7i$a 

28lG21stS. af. Trin. 

29 2 I 

30 3 5136 §Peribe. 

31 4 




18 24 16 
42 40 16 
5 54, Hi 
29 616 
52 14 16 
15 19 16 

38 20jl6 
1 16 16 

24 8116 
46 54!l6 
9 35II6 
32 II 18 
54 41 16 
17 416 

39 20-16 
1 e9'l6 

23 11 16 
45 23 16 
7 816 
28 44 16 
50 10!l8 



11 26 
32 32 

53 27 

14 12 

34 46 
55 7 

15 15 

35 13 

54 57 16 
14 27|1G 



1 


10 24 


1 


10 43 


1 


111 2 


2 


11 20 


2 


11 37 


2 


11 55 


2 


12 12 


3 


12 29 


3 


12 45 


3 


13 I 


3 


]3 16 


4jl3 31 


4 13 45 


4 13 59 


4!l4 12 


5'14 24 


5jl4 37 


5ll4 48 


6l 14 58 


6115 8 


6 


15 IS 


6 


15 27 


7 


15 35 


7 


15 43 


7 


15 .50 


7 


16 55 


8 


16 


8 


16 5 


8 


16 9 


9 1G 12! 


9 


16 14 



If a point be so nice, that though we hope on the whole there may 
be no harm in engaging in it, we may at least be always quite sure 
there can bo no harm in letting it alone. 

A coat' ETTK is a rose from which every lover plucks a leaf: the 
thorns are reserved for her future husband. 



'^2 NOVEMBER J849 

Shovlo Fatf do it<; »A'orst. ami mv spirit oppra-ts'd, 

O'er lis own RJialtorpil hnppiness pinp. 
Lot me wJtiie«R the j-iy in iinolln-r's jrl.id hreast, 

And some p'e:isure Tnu-ft kindle in mine. 



I Farmers' Cnleiidai'. 

I:* oar last Register \V(» t<to'< Of,ra«ior. to rirop n wamin? a'>oiit nir- 
' tigiit stoves ; novv wc give it few hint* iioon fiirri:iri-«i for heitiiu' hou- 
; ses We h:ive haH some ex;><'rif«iire in this inodf of w irininsr hoifr*, 
'and feel warranted in remarking that n ff^i'nd fniniic-' is eco'ioinical 
j and sui>er'or to sroree in warinins rooms To he ?oiid, it mmt bo in 

the cell.ir, and the oir to he he I'ed and pns«ed into vonr upper rO"mr< 
; must lie fresh an<l puie. supplied hy '» pipe from the op?n uir To 
' heat the air of tl)e callar, und convey that to your rooms t<» he hrciMh- 
; ed, is not only unpleasant hut onhpnlthy : we w:\rn you p.gHinst ih:it 
, A?>tin : if pn*?i!)!e let your fresh airpipn open into some ppoi sheltered 

from the winds or provide it with a v:ilvo to exclude p at of the air 
1 wv'.f;n the wind i-j hiph, el<e you will occasionally get too much roid 
!njr; at tl:e best, this difficulty will to some extmt occur .■>'till a- 
1 gnin : for convenience sake u^u a vary I irse Jtnvj lor your furn ico, 

so 118 to hum lat;:e wood: it is some trouSie to keep a furnace in full 

hlist, if hy u-'in^ small wno I you are co:np?lli'rt to 7'< into the cell :r a 

dozen times a day ! Finally, do not put a furnace in the pnme cell ir 
; with your vei^etablss. butler, cheese, A-c; your cellar will in thst 
' case he ton warm If you intend fo s?i up a furn ice. '^et an experi- 
; eiiced h .nd to d<> it, or tike a p ittern from o i" well tiied. 

Use of Grlk.v *no B&y v\'ood Some years a:-) I w is I d to an- 

cert.iin the weight lo<l liy wood in dryinior sen-oni 12 For this pur- 
, pose [ w» i^hed ;:reen rock maple and beech, tak.in (40m the sipwood j 
, and from the lieartwoo.l, and from bo'h to:,'elIier, and dried the upec- 
I iinens cnn-fuliy in a warm oven, so ns to h^ more free from water llirin ] 

common wood ns ordin irilv sea-oned. The loss w is from one finulh j 
I to one third of t!io weiclit. Tliis loss w is water. If the wood is 1 
, burned while ^leen, this water must be evaporated and thrown into ■ 
I the iiftnosphere, and a lonsidera'ile part of the cilo.ic of heat pro-! 
; duced by the combustion of the wood must be in Ihi* way carried off, 
; and be of no use in heatin? or w irminz- I 

i The farmer will it a gl men see that a cord of jn»pn wond rru<t ' 
I firm a load of nearly tvc-i tona in weight, «n.l he wij: piol. iMy ecu- I 

cude that hi^ team ha«. a much greater loidthii is commonly sup- j 
' po^ed. Timber three feet in di iineler will hive a cord of solid wood 1 
I iu rvery fis^hiern feet, and if 33 f.-i-i lonj., will weiarh about /rr tims j 
I It is also obvious that in ilr iwing green wood, ihj firmer must I nd 
j and transport three barrels of water in every cord or CO barrels in i 
I twenty cords, allowins that wood as commonly seasoned in n summor, I 
I Ins lost only two-thirds of its wulor. In drawing lOJ conU of su-'h 

dry wo-.d iiiere will be a P ivinu, in loadin:j and transporlinj, of 20l> j 
I barro's of water. A barrel of water contains about five cuLiic feet, 1 
I and wei:»hs more than ^')0 pounds. 

j In the roinSu>iioa of 2) cord* of ^reen wooil, GO barrels of water 
I mnsl be fv ipo, ated. Now, it lake* gir limes as much heal to evupo- 
, rata a pound of wiitor, as to boat a pound from b') of temperature to ] 

the boiling p .int. The economy in u*in'4 dry wood is well understood 
j by many Thes" views givn adeqiiate roason f.ir it — (7prtc<e« Far. 
I Ht thnt is jfnod, will infiHi ily Itecome better — and he th it is bad, 
: will as eertaiiily become worse ; for vtce, virtue, and lime, are throe 
, things that never »tnnd •till 
' It is estimated that 24.S,0DT persons hare been iiTjnunlly killed in 

b illle f'l the lait fojr tliun^an I ye ir«, to suy nothi i,*; of the wounded. 



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i 30 days. NOVEMBER. 29 


Cecliuafion and ^oiitliing of the Planets. 


C 


Mercury, t Venus. I Mars. Jupiter. Saturn. 


Herschel. 


S5 

<< 


dec. sou. I dec. 1 sou. I dec. j sou. dec. 1 sou.' dec. | sou 


dec. ^;ou. 




sou mor.l sou 1 mor 1 nor. 'mor. nor. |mor | sou. ieve. 


nor. i eve. 




* ' 1 h m " ' h m 1 ' ' h m ' ' h m ' " ' l !i m 


" ' ; li m 


1 


8 6! 10 46 2 27 9 57 24 17 3 40 fi 11 8 271 133: 9 28 


8.39 10 ■!4 


/ 


8 3iI0 34 5 18|10 1:24 32 3 18 5 49 8 7i 1 40 9 3 


8 34,10 20 


i:^ 


I0 19 103K 8 5|l0 5!-:!4 49;2 54' 5 S9!7 47: I 44:8 3> 


8 291 965; 


19 


.3 29ii0 44 10 47 10 10i25 9i 2 27 5 10; 7 27, 1 48i 8 i4 


8 25! 9 31! 


25 


.() 44:10 57 13 21 10 I5'25 29, 1 58 4 53 7 6] 1 50! 7 50 


8 211 9 71 


Plxases of the 3>Ioon. 


C Last Quartfr ~ih day '3\i 33m morning. 


^ New Moon l4th day 4!) S3iii evening 


I) First (Quarter OSd day 9h 34m evening. 


QFull Moon -^Qth day I'Oii 35m evening. 


i a i c 1 X alcmlai- i O i 


®| # 1 10 |£*-t! 


1 g!^|Aspecls. di,c, rise.isets; south 


fi;R & s;doc. snu.lsemi '0 <a. | 


1 




h ni h m 


h m'S. 


h m 


. ,. 


' " in 8 


1 5 




G .37 4 51 


11 44|h 


6 1 


14 S3 44 


16 9 16 16 


9 6 


9 Perisee. 


6 39 4 49 11 44la 


6 46 


14 .52 47 


16 9 .6 16 
16 9 16 18 


3 7 


D runs high. 


6 40 4 48 11 44!n 


7 41 


15 11 35 


4jG 


22d SJ. af. Trinity. 


6 41 4 47 U 44'£3 


8 3C!l5 30 9! 


16 10 16 16 


5 


Q 




6 42!4 46 11 44'E3i 9 o9|15 48 26| 


16 10 


16 14 


(i 


3 




6 44!4 44 11 44;^ 


10 39 16 6 £8i 


16 10 


16 11 


7 


4 


rl674. 


6 45!4 43 11 44 


11 45 16 24 J4! 


16 10 


16 8 


i S 5 


cf Stat. Wilton d. 


6 46l4 42;11 44 irijlmorniie 4i 43| 


15 11 


16 3 


:| 9:6 


^%6 


6 4714 41111 44 Kk'! i 2;I6 58 56 


16 11 


15 5^ 


11017 


r^purz.'ieim d. '32. 


6 48:4 40' 11 44 M\ 2 6ll7 25 .^.2 


16 llilS 52; 


11 !g 


53d S. al*. Trinity. 


6 50'4 3Sill 44 :^; 3 10'l7 32 39! 


16 11 15 45^ 


12! 2 


D9c5 


6 51 4 37|ll 41 i- 


4 13 17 43 49^ 


16 11 15 38 


1:^13 


D5C5 


9 53;4 36|ll 44 111 


5 15 18 4 49: 


16 12 15 28 


141 4 


Carroll d. ]£32. 


6 54'4 35iJl 45;ir[ 


D set 18 90 33! IG 12 15 19 i 


15; 5 




6 55'4 34'll 4.i!iri 


5 33 18 35 55:16 12 15 9i 


1616 


fRlot, 1747. 


6 57|4 33 11 45'.? 


6 11 18 50 58:16 12 14 58 j 


17 7 


©Apogee. Boston 


6 59 4 32 11 Aj,\j: 


6 53|19 5 41J16 1314 46' 


18 G 


24ih 8. af. Trin. 


7 4 31 M 45iVC 


7 40'19 £0 4116 13il4 33 


19 9 


D tun.-! low. 


7 1 4 30 11 46!ICP 


8 32 19 34 5:16 13 14 19 i 


1 SO 3 


[tragedian d. 1810. 


7 3:4 29,11 46\''/> 


9 27 19 47 45 16 13 


14 5| 


S21 4 


Geo. Fred. Cook 


7 4 4 28 11 46]^ 


10 25,20 1 3 16 13 


13 49! 


12-2 5 


[1814 


7 6 4 £8 11 46:::; 11 25|-10 14 niifi)4|!3 23| 


2:3 6 


Elbridce Geiry d. 


7 7 4 27 11 4/!7t 


morn 20 2' .\3 16 14|13 16 


24 7 


Dhd" 


7 8 4 26 11 47!H 


27 20 r8 45 !6 1413 


25!G 


25th ti. nf. Trin. 


7 9 4 26 11 4-.-'fp 


1 30 20 50 34 16 14' ]> 40 


26|2 
2713 


Dl^d [ion, 1716. 


7 114 25'! 1 48, '■T 


2 31121 1 58 16 14' 12 22 


Great fire in Bos 


7 12 4 24 11 48'T 


3 42'2ri2 58 16 14il2 21 


' 28 4 


Dense fog at Lon- 


6 13 4 23:11 4-1 8 


4 52 21 23 35 16 15111 42! 


29 5 


[<lon, 1840. 


7 15;4 22 11 49; y 


J) lis 21 33 47 16 15; 11 21 


30 6 


St. Andrew. 


7 16 4 22,11 49 n 
1 1 1 


5 23,21 43 35 16 1511 

i 1 i 


Pope s:iys, in one of his letters to Swift, " I will enjoy the pleasure 


of what I give, by giving it alive, and seeing another enjoy it. V\ hen 


I (lie, I should he ashamed to leave enou^jk tor a inouuuient, if there 
were a wanting fiiend :ibo\'e ground " 

We never knew the man disposed to scorn 1 he humble, who was 


i not himself the fail object of scorn to t 


he 


humblesst. 



30 



D E C E MB E R. 



184 9 



'J'hen say not the world is u desert of ihrall, 
There is bloom, there is light on the waste, 

TliougU theclialice of life hath its acid and gall. 
There ore honf-y-drops too for tiie taste. 



Faniier^s' Caleitdar. 

Attend to the cattle and the childien — shelter the first from the 
keen blasts of winter, and send the la^t to Fchool. It is said that a 
Souithern Member of Congress once called Daniel Webster's atten- 
■ tion to a drove of jackaHScs, 89>inff — " there goes a lot of your con- 
I slituents, Dan." '• Ves," said Webster — " they are poing South to 
teach school." The relort was deserved, and it points to an impor- 
i tant truth, too. New Enclaiid is tiie teacher of the Union ; iicr pow- 
; or if derived from her schools and colleges more than from all else put 
; together. Then let no V'ernionter neglect the education of his ciiil- 
ldren,if he would be a true Yankee. Send iJiem to school ; encour- 
; as;e them by e.\hil>iting an intcicst in the gchool yourself; and he 
fiiithfui to them, by doing your best to obtain and support good teach- 
ers. A good education with good habits is a better legacy to your 
sons and daughters than heaps of dollars. 

How TO REMOVE RUST FROM FI .\ELV-POLISH r D STEEL. Iiub the 

spots with any kind of soft animal fat, and lay the articles by, wrnj)- 
ped in thick pajier for two or three clays ; then, after cleaning off the 
grease witii a piece of soft tlaiinel, tub the spots well with powdered 
rotten Btone and sweet oil, after wliicli, the polish may be restored by 
rubbing with poivdored emery on a nolt leather ; and the process may 
be finished with finely-jiowdered chalk, or magnesia. — ^m. Jl^rricul. 

A NEW SPECIES OF Potato — Mr. Edwin IJryant, in hi:> tour to 
Calitornia, say* that lie was presented by one of the Kansas Indians 
with a root or tubor of an oval shapo, about an inch and a half in 
length, and an inch in diameter. 'J'his root is called tiie prairie pota- 
to ItB composition is farinacious and hiijhiy nutritious, and it'* llavor 
more agreeable than that of the finest Irish potato. " I have but lit- 
tle doubt," adds Mr. Brjant, " if this plant were cultivated in our 
gardens, it would be an excellent and usffiil vegetable lor ordinary con- 
sumption ; and, very proJcvbly, it would bo so improved as to form a 
Bubi!titnte foi the potato." 

How TO BK A Man WHien Carlyle was asked by a young person 
to |>oint out what.courso of reading ho thought boat tu moke him u 
man, he replied in his characteristic inanno.r : 

'• It is not by books alone, or by books chiefly, that a man is in all 
points a man. Study to do f.iitlilully whatsoever tiling in your actual 
situation, then and now, you find either expressly or tacitly laid down 
to your charge — that is, youi post; sUind in it like a true soldier. 
Silently devour the many chagrins of it, — all situations have many, 
and sei> you aim not to quit it, without doinir all that in your duty." 

Pi.'Ncn says, " It may be proper to state that, the distinguised per- 
sonage known among the ancients by I he name of Cupid, has recent- 
ly changed his name to Cupidity ; and will hereafter dovote his at- 
tention tu matters of money wt well as lovt; a flairs." 

The same philosopher remarks that " the milk of human kindness 
is not to 1)6 found within the ;;a(/ of fashionable society." 

S<'OLDi>'o. A stream of scolding, as long as trom sun to sun, never 
yet had any other cflect on children than to render them wholly rc- 
gardletis of what is said to them. If you winb to ninkc your children 
ironblcNomc, scold them nccnsionally. If you wi>li to make thorn 
bad, scold at them a little hauler, loudci, and more froqueiitly. If 
you wish to ruin them, and relinquixh all hojie of coiiqueiing tlicm, 
KC(^ld continually, and you will be sure to gain your object. 



31 days. 



DECEMBER. 



31 



Declination and Soiitliiiiff of tlie Planets. 



c 


Mercury. 


Venus. ( 


<< 


dec. 


sou. 


dec. 


sou. 




sou. 


mor. 


sou. 


mor. 




. 


h m 


o ; 


li m 


] 


19 40 


11 10 


15 43 


10 21 


'7 


•22 5 


11 26 


17 50 


10 28 


13 


•23 52 


1143 


19 41 


10 35 


19 


•24 55 


eve. 


21 12 


10 43 


25 


25 9 


16 


22 20 


10 51 



Mars. 


Jupiter. 


dec sou. 


dec. 


sou. 


nor. mor. 


nor. 


mor 


Ji m 


• 


h m 


■25 49 127 


4 38 


6 45 


•26 7 55 


4 25 


6 23 


•26 21 21 


4 14 


6 2 


•26 29 eve. 


4 6 


5 40 


26 32 11 13 


4 


5 17 



Saturn, 
dec. I sou. 
sou.] eve. 
° ' I h m 
1 50l 7 26 
1 48, 7 3 
1 46! 6 39 
1 411 6 16 
1 35 5 53 



llerscliel, 
dec. I sou. 
nor. I eve. 
" ' I h m 
8 1818 43 
8 1.^1 8 19 
8 131 7 55 
8 111 731 
8 10 7 7 



Pliases of tlie Moon. 

a Last Quarter 6th day 2h 3m morning. 
% New RJoon 14th day lOh 48ra morning. 
D First Quarter 22d day 2h 50m morning. 
O Full Moon 29th day 9h 10m morning. 



Calendar, 

;2 < Aspects, &.C. rise, sets 




south 



®l ® I O 10 lEQ-T 
PIJR & s'dec. sou. [semi. |0fu. 



#Perigee. d rn's h 
Advent Sunday. 

^13 

T7 Stat. 

Van Buren b.l782. 

2d S. in Advent. 

[1782. 
Gav, the poet, d. 
D9 6 [son d. '84. 
©Ijn Dr. John- 
5 runs low. D $ (3 
9 Apoifee. 
3d S. in Advent. 
Bolivar d. 1830. 
0d"S 
0Oc3S«P- 

©enters!^ [1642 
5 ^2 (5 Mewton b 
4th S. in Advent 

Christmas Day. 



D runs h. C (f 6 
% Perigee. 
IstS.af.Christmas 



h m 


h m 


h m 


S. 


7 16 


4 22 


11 49 


n 


7 17 


4 22 


11 .50 


^ 


7 18 


4 22 


11 50 


£3 


7 19 


4 22 


11 51 


,0 


7 20 


4 22 


11 51 


;0 


7 21 


4 21 


11 51 


lip 


7 22 


4 21 


11 52 


up 


7 23 


4 21 


11 52 




7 24 


4 21 


11 53 


-/^- 


7 25 


4 21 


11 53 


in 


7 25 


4 21 


11 54 


111 


7 26 


4 21 


11 54 


111 


7 27 


4 22 


11 55 


;f 


7 27 


4 22 


11 55 


I 


7 28 


4 22 


11 .56 


v> 


7 29 


4 23 


11 .56 


v> 


7 29 


4 23 


11 .57 


10= 


7 30 


4 23 


11 57 




7 31 


4 24 


11 .58 


^ 


7 32 


4 24 


11 .58 


5^ 


7 32 


4 24 


11 .59 


K 


7 33 


4 25 


11 .59 


^ 


7 33 


4 25 


12 


^1-^ 


7 33 


4 26 


12 


M' 


7 34 


4 26 


12 1 


H 


7 34 


4 27 


12 1 


H 


7 34 


4 27 


12 2 


D 


7 35 


4 28 


12 2 


n 


7 35 


4 29 


12 3 


£3 


7 36 


4 30 


12 31^1 


7 36 


4 31 


12 3 


ai 



h m M" 

6 20 21 

7 25 22 

8 35 22 

9 45 22 



10 53 
morn 

1 

1 

9 

3 



3--i2 

622 
622 
923 

723 
493 



D set 



23 



5 35: 

6 25; 

7 19 

8 16' 

9 14 

10 15' 

11 17 
morn 

19 23 

1 23123 

2 30 23 

3 43 23 

4 52 23 
6 323 
D ris|23 

6 9,23 

7 21 23 



52 57 


16 15 


1 55 


16 15 


9 27 


16 15 


18 33' 16 15 


26 13 


16 16 


33 27 


16 16 


40 14 


16 16 


46 25 


16 16 


52 29 16 16 


57 .5516 16 


2 .55 16 16 


7 27 


16 16 


11 3^> 


16 16 


15 10 


16 17 


IS 18- 


16 17 


20 59 


16 17 


23 12 


16 17 


24 57 


16 17 


26 14 


16 17 


27 3 


16 17 


27 20 


16 17 


27 16 


16 17 


26 47 


16 17 


25 23 


16 17 


24 16 17 


21 58 16 17 


19 2816 17 


16 31 16 17 


13 5 16 17 


9 11 16 17 


4 50 


16 17| 



10 36 
10 13 
9 50 
9 2G 
9 1 
8 35 
8 9 
7 43 
7 16 
6 48 
6 20 
5 52 
5 24 
4 55 
4 26 
3 56 
3 27 
2 57 
2 27 
1 57 
1 27 
57 
F. 27 
S. 3 

32 

1 2 

1 32 

2 2 

2 30 

3 
3 29 



Tkue Modesty blushes tor every thing that is criminal — false Mod- 
esty is ashamed of every thing unfashionable. 

Ir is said that there are some folks who write, talk and think so 
much about virtue, that they have no time to practice it. 

Truth is the picture, the manner is a frame that displays it to ad- 
vantage. 



32 TOWN OFFICERS AND POSTMASTERS. 






To\m Clerk, Constaljles, Overseers of the Poor, 
To%vn Agent, Town Superintendents of Common 
Schools, ^:clcctmen, Trnstees, Listers, and Post- 
Master, for eacli To'^vn in the State* 



Spttnins^ioH County, 

! \aRLIXGTOX.— Town Cle^ik Cyrus Hill.s ; constable Alonzo Per- 

■ kins ; overseer Asaliel Hurd ; agent Z H Canfield ; suppriiitendent F 

j A Wadleigli ; selectmen Asatiel Hurd, Anson Canfield, Wm D Hoyl ; 

trustees CB HilN, Aaahol Huid, Martin C Doming; listers Dmiel 

Andrew, Cyrus Canfield, Charles Buck ; postmasters Cyrus B Hills, 

Arlington. Wm Biown, ^Vest Arlington. 

BE.yj\i-LYOT0A\— Town Clerk William Haswel! ; constable H 
F Dewey ; overseer Ellis A Winslow ; agent Joel Volentine ; su- 
perintendent Wm S t'oullnvorth ; selectmen James P Godfrey, Elijih 
D Hubbell, Levi Gould : trustees E D Hubbell, Wm J Watson ; lis- 
ters John W Vail, Charles Hicks. Hiram Richardson ; postmasteis 
Henry Keliojg, Bennington, Wm E Hawks, North Bennington, John 
C Haswell, East Bennington. | 

DORSET.— Town Clerk Heman Morse ; constables Nelson J San- 
ford, Plynn Ames ; overseers (selectmen); ngenl Heman Morte ; su- 
perintendent Cyrus Farwell ; selectmen Benj Ames, Wm S Martin- 
dale, C G Borland ; trustees Heman Morse, Benj .\mes, Geo Barnard ; 
listers Asa Baldwin, Keraan Morse, James Curtis ; postmasters R .M i 
Underhill, Dorset, M B Roberts, East Dorset, Daniel Cuitia, North ; 
Dorset. Thomas D Manly, South Dorset. i 

LAJVDOROf^E.— Clerk Jonathan F Martin •, constable John Fel- ; 
ton jr.; overseers (selectman) ; agent James Martin ; superintendent i 
I James H s^tevens ; selectmen James Martin, J K Martin, Elias Abbot:, 
trustee Calvin P Moad ; listers Gideon Davis, Selah Warner, Wm W j 
Martin ; iMjstmaster Selah Warner. 

JiMJ^XHESTER —Town C\erk John Cooke ; constable Jason Bi 
Burton; overseers (selectmen); agent Darwin Andrews; superin- 
i tendent Wm A Burnham ; selectmen John S Pettibone, Robert Ames, 
I Amos S Buorn ; trustees Daniel Roberts jr., M Clark, John W Hairis ; j 
I listers G H Smith, E B Burton, Major Flawley ; postmasters L C Or- 
; vis, Manchester, C A Roberts, Factory Point. 

i PERU.— 'i'own Clerk Ira K Batchelder ; constable F P Batcbelder ; 
! overseer and superintendent Ira K Batchelder ; agent Stephen Dud- 
! ley; selectmen Jesse Rider, .Mark Batchelder, Z F Whitney ; trus- 
tees Benj Barnard, Goodell Walker, Stephen Dudley; liaiers Aaron 
1 Burton, Stephen Dudley, Joseph P Long ; postmaster O P :'imond». 
I POIVJ^\lL.—Town Clerk Sylvanus Danforth ; constables Job E 
i Card, James Noble ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent and superintendent 
: A B Gardner ; si^lectmen Barbf-r Thompson, Harmon Myers, Geo W 
I Glover ; li.-iters B E Brownal, B Gardner tJd, John Wright ; postmas- 
' ter John M Potter. 

REJlDSB0RO'.—To\rn Clerk and agent Joel Ranney; constable 
Willard M Staftbrd ; overseer John S Dalrymple; superintendent 
Wm H Follcit ; selectmen D P Carpenter, Calvin Hicks, Chiirles 
Walco'l; irusiee John Hicks ; listers Simon Myres, Thomas Canedy 
jr., John Hicks; postmasters Joel Rauney, Readsboro' Audrus Den- 
nis, V^est R''ad8l)oro'. 

RUPERT.— i:\iitk Henry Sheldon; constable T S Bebee ; over- 
HPers (selectmen) ; ageni .N'jithan Burton ; superintcmlent R A Wut- 
kins ; selectmen Lyiniin Kinne, S H Funda, Calvin Moore ; trustees 
Nathan Burton, John Phelps, Isaac Sheldon ; listers Simeon Sheldon, 



TOWN OFFICERS AND POSTMASTERS. 



J G Buiton, Joel H Sheldon; postmasters Henry Sheldon, Rupert, E 
B Safford, West R., N C Goddard, East R. 

SAXDGATE. — Town cletk Walter Randall; constable Burton 
Still ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Levi Randall ; superintendent H 
R Randall; selectmen Charles Sayre, J NB Thoma.", Granderson 
Sherman ; trustees Churhs Sayre, Theodore Sanderson, Levi Ran- 
dall ; listeis Theodore Sanderson, Josiaii S Thomas, Desmond Prin- 
dle ; postmaster John Hubbard. 

SEARSBURQH. — Town clerk and asrent Charles Bond ; consta- 
ble Lysander Kately ; overseer Soloni'.n Rich ; superintendent Joseph 
Eames ; selectmen Charles Bond, Solomon Rich, Aaron Pike ; trus- 
tees Charles Bond, Arthui Crosier, Henry Crosier ; listers John Hall, 
Lysander Kately, Henry Crosier. 

SHAFTS BURY.—'i. own cleik Hiram Barton; constables John M 
Olin, German iMattison ; overseer Nahum Wheelock ; agent Geo K 
Draper; superintendent Algernon S Olin ; selectmen Franklin Dyer, 
Charles E Houghton Norman Milliugton ; trustees Lemuel Bottum, 
Hiram Cole, Samuel Ames ; listers Hiram Barton, Nathan L Cross, 
Hiram Cole ; postmasters Norman R Douglass, Shaftsbury, Charles E 
Houghton, South Shaftsbury. 

STAMFOR D.— Town clerk and superintendent Obed Hall ; cons- 
table Levi Gilmore jr ; overseer John Stroud; agent James Hough- 
ton; selectmen Andrew F Bratton, J L Willniarth, B W Cook ; trus- 
tees J L Willmartii, Levi Gilmore, Senaca Phillips ; listers Theoph- 
ilus Parsons, B W Cook, Lewis P Fuller; postmaster Rufus Millerd. 

SUJ^rDERLAJ^TD.— Town clerk Reuben Webb jr,; constable Dan- 
iel King; o^>erseer Russell Lawrence ; agent Giles B Bacon; super- 
intendent Eben H Graves ; selectmen Giles B Bacon, E A Graves, J 
J Hill; trustee Solomon Langdon ; listers F AlcLiughlin, Russell 
Lawrence, Jeremiah Webb; postmaster Gilbert Bradley. 

IVIJVHALL. — Town clerk Francis Kidder ; constable Billings Tay- 
lor; overseer Seih 'J aylor jr.; agent Beriah VVheeler ; superintendent 
A W Noit ; selectmen Silas Eddy, John T Leonard, Walter Will- 
iams ; trustees VVallpr W^illiams, Sefh Taylor jr., J^e'.vis Williams; 
listers Jesse F Buttertield, C R Williams, Franklin W Sheldon ; 
postmaster Horace C Dean. 

WOODFORD.— Tov.ii clerk Nathan Biown ; constable C C Dunn ; 
overseor and agent Simeon Morse ; superintendent W G Brown ; se- 
lectmen Henry Loveland, William Alverson, Jabez Knapp ; listers W 
E Park, Lewis Fox, A VV Woodard ; postman ter Horace HoUistei. 

T^Httdhant County. 

ATHEJVS.— Clerk Asa C Shattuck ; constable Mark Ball; over- 
seer Jonathan Cclton ; agent and trustee Amos Davis ; superintend- 
ent Abner Powers ; selectmen Abner Powers, Royal T Balch, Abial 
Whitney; listers A R Balch, Ralph Whitney, Joseph W Powers; 
postmaster Marvin W Davis. 

ii;?./frrZ.£^0/iO'.— Clerk Lafayette Clark; constable Jonathan 
Smith; overseer Samuel Earl jr.; agent and trustee Samuel Root; 
superintendent Rosvvell Harris ; selectmen Joseph Goodhue, Samuel 
Earl jr., S F Goodnough ; listers Geo Newman, Lovell Farr, A Good- 
nougii ; postmasters F N Palmer, Brattleboro', Roswell Goodnough, 
West Brattleboro'. 

BROOKLIJ^E.— Clerk Joel Codding; constable Wm B Root jr.; 
overseer and agent William Adams ; selectmen Wm Adams, Wm B 
R-oot jr., Norman C Marsh ; trustee Hiram Whitney ; listers Willard 
Lindsey, Grant Hokicn, Francis Meirifield ; postmaster B Stickney. 

DOVER.— Clerk Fayette Perry ; constable Martin Perry ; overseers 



34- TOWN OFFICERS AXD POSTMASTERS. 



(selectmen) ; agent Asaph IJaskins ; superintendent Amos G Sears; 
selectmen Ebenezer t'ears ji., \Vm Walker, Joel Lyman ; trustees A- 
sapii Ha.-kins, l.aban Jones, Fayette Perry ; listers Edward Howe, I ! 
VV Lasellc, Hosea .Mann ; postmasters Presson F Perry, Dover, Nor- 
vis L Stetson, West Dover. 

nUJMMEBSTO.W— Clerk Joseph Duncan; constable Wm O Ati' 
j ler; overseer and airent Asu Knight ; selectmen John Clark, Nat 
French, Daniel Bemis ; trustee Abel Haven jr ; listers Stephen ])i 
; ton, Enos Leonnrd, John T Steams ; postmasters Luther Allyn, Eii 
I Dummrrslon, Nelson Willard, West Dummereiton 
I GRj9FT0J^.—V\eTk B H Bridgman ; constab e L S Walker ; over- 
j seer Allen Fay ; a^enl Hyman Burgess ; superintendent A Sioddard ; 
j selectmen H Stoddard. J S Pettengill, E B Cumpbell ; trustees A 
I Stoddard, L Conant, P W Dean ; listers Jos Howard, L Conant, T 
Davis; postmasters Fabius Bancroft. Grafton, Thomas P Houghton, 
' Houj:htonville. 

I GUILFORD. — Clerk John Lynde ; constable Cyras Carpenter; 
, overseer Eiisha Field j agent Barnard Lynde ; superintendent J 
Greenlitf; selectmen Gardner Brigi's, Warren Blanchard, Samuel 
Houghton jr.; trustees Wra Gregory, Levi Boyden jr., S L Hunt ; lis- 
ters Henry Packaiil, Wni L Gresrory, E B Carpeniei ; p»)stmx.sters V 
P Adams, Guilford, Nathan Conant, Guilford Centre, Hiram S Cut- 
ting, Green River. 

//^/,/F.4A'.-— Clerk Rufus K Henry ; constable Stephen Niles ; 

overseers (silecimen) ; airent Jnmes L Stark ; selectnien Timothy 

I..Hrrabee, John Fowler, Ch« ster Ntison : trustees R K Heniy, James 

Tucker, Stcpht'n Niles ; listerw James Tucker, Reuben Hatch, RK 

Henry ; pf^-stnia-^ters Francis Henry, Halifax, Salition^wau, West 

H., Jed'»diah ctark, South H. 

I J.f JVf^/C^.-Clerk S T R Cheney ; constable John Kellorg ; over- 

I Be<?r Bri)jnniin Muzzy ; agent Hammond Livermore ; snp'»rintendent 

, Sumner Lincoln ; aelfctmen Alpheus Kellogg, l>avid F.ddy, Luke 

I Howard ; trustee Squire Gleason ; listers Warren Wheeler, Squire 

; Gleason, Wm L Watermiin ; postmaster John Williams. 

} LOXDOATDF.RR v.— Clerk Dwight Tyler; constables Winfield 

I Wright, Clark B Aldrich ; overseer Barnel Wait ; agent David Ar- 

I nold J superintendent .\lliert .M Albee ; selectmen Wmfield Wright, 

' Silas Whitman, VVm 'I'hompson ; trustees Auiasa Chnse, Wm \V 

j KuL'g, Jeremiah Arnold; listers Barnel Wait, Curtis Robinson, Avery 

B Suiwf II ; postmaster Peter Dudley. 
[ ."iL^RLBORO^ — Clerk Jesse Cone ; constable and overseer John 

\\ 'arden ; agent Luther .-Vmes ; selectmen Phineiias Mathei, Simeon' 

: .A'l.irns, Sylvester V\ orden ; linters Ira Bryant, Henry Wliilney, Luke i 

Y H'glcy; postmaster Jesse ("one. | 

Jv'F.ffF.^jYK — Clerk Otis Warren ; constable Marshall Newton ; j 

'overseer George Fisher ; agents (selectmen) ; superintendent Foster i 

I Hartwell ; selectmen Nahum Houehton, Geo Arnold, tJalvin Ward ; 

tru-<t.:e Waliei Eager; listers H E Baker, John W Williams, Park F , 

Coo"! ; po<'tmasters Jacob Dunklee, Fuyetteville, Horatio N -Miller,! 

Willi'inisvit e. 

P{77'-V*/:y.— Clerk William Houghton ; constable Sam'l H Wheat ; J 
overseer Isiael Keyts ; agi-nt David Crawford ; superintendent Rollin 
W Keyes ; selectmen VV B Richardson, John H Stdddard, Joseph T ' 
Redw.iy ; trustee John Kimball ; listers Mark Crawford, Jedediuh Sa- ! 
bin, Cli.Trles Blood; postmaster Pfyton R Ch indler. j 

ROCKLVGIMM —VAerk James A Willard ; constable Charles W i 
PuUiphbr ; overseer John Wiley 2d ; agent Cyrus Locke; superin- | 
tiiident Franklin Seveicnce ; selectmen John Wiley 'M, Gales Pcriy \ 



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jr., Walter Wright; trustee Eliaa Olcott jr.; listurs Elias Pulsipher, 
Asa Locke, E S Sabin ; postmasters Chailes Smith, Saxtons River, 
Joseph Hemphill, Rockingham, A Watkiiis, Bellows Falls, C F Bar- 
ret, Bartonsviile, L F Cashing, Cambridgeport. 

SOMERSET. — Clerk, agent, superintendent and trustee Ephraim 
Rice ; constable Oliver Pike ; overseer Abram Chase ; selectmen Jo- 
seph Pike, Walter Kin^, Hollis Town ; listers Gideon K Morse T F 
Bogle, Hiram Cotse. [Letters for this town should be directed to 
West Dover.] 

Srii^rrOJV.— Clerk Richard Scott; canstable N J Shaw; over- 
seer Moses Forrister ; agent Amos Knight ; superintedent Ezekiel 
Estabrook ; selectmen Ebenezer Allen, Abel Grout, James Fuller; 
trustees John Underwood, Amos Persons, Stephen Ballard j listers 
Hudson Grout, Joseph Packard jr., Otis P Persons ; postmaster Free- 
man Wymaii. 

TO IVSHEJVD.— C]erk Ephraim H Farrar ; constable Allen Whee- 
lock; over.'eer Chapin Howard; agent A C Howard; superintendent 
Horace Fletcher; selectmen Hiram Holmes, Jonas Twilchell, Abisha 
Bailey; trustees Samuel Gray, Claik Wilkingson, John Blandin ; lis- 
ters John Sanderson, Clark Wilkingson, Nathan Fisher; posmastera 
O F BuUerfield, Townshend, John Fessenden, West T. 

VERJ\rOJ^. — Clerk and superintendent Noyes Barstow ; constable 
Charles Tyler ; overseer and agent Lorenzo Biown ; selectmen Eben- 
ezer Howe jr., William Johnson, Alexander Perry ; trustee Jarvis F. 
Burrows ; listers Lorenzo Brown, Jonathan B Green, William Hurd j 
postmeaster Marshall Whithed. 

fVji RD SB 0R0\— Clerk Silas Dexter; constable F G Knapp j 
overseer J D Barber ; agent Horatio N Orcutt ; selectmen Holland 
Plimpton, Henry Grover, Amasa Fitts ; trustees Nath'l Ward, Silas 
Dexter, Henry Grover ; listers Levi Fitts, Joseph Hall, Davis Read ; 
postmasters John Rice, Wardsboro', Jo^iah G Higgias, North W., 
Liberty Wilder, West W. 

fVESTMIJVSTER.—Cleik Pliny Safford; constable S S Stoddard; 
overseer Ira Goodhue ; agent Timothy H Hall : superintendents N 
T Sheafe, Alfied Stevens; selectmen Ellery Albee, John Minard, 
John McNeill; trustees David Gorham, John McNeill ; listers Wm 
K Church, Edward Hull, E A Holton : postmasters PJiny SafFord, 
Westminister, A T Ball, West W. 

WHITIJSrGH.iM.— Clerk Hosea F Ballou ; constables John P Dix, 
Martin Brown ; overseer Josiah Briggs ; agent Nathan L Butler ; su- 
perintendents Hosea F Ballou, Amheist Lamb, Leonard Brown ; se- 
lectmen Deliverence Wheeler, Harvey Brown, Josiah Briggs ; trus- 
tee Reuben Winn ; listers Houghton Sawyer. Josiah Briggs, Martin 
Brown ; postmasters Nathan L Butler, Whitingham, Alfred Bowen, 
Jacksonville. 

WJLMIA^rfTOjW— Clerk and agent S P Flagg; constable Horace 
Hastings; overseer O L Shafter ; superintendent Calvin T Alvord; 
selectmen Justus H Dix, Benzil Boyd, Otis Haynes ; trustee Horace 
Alvord; listeis Warren Boyd, Stillman Alvord, E T Butterfield ; 
postmaster A B Chiids. 

ff/JVZ>i/.^.¥.— Clerk Wm Harris ; constable John Woodburnjr.; 
overseers (selectmen) ; agent Josepli Wood ; superintendent Wm A 
Chapin; selectmen James Stearns, Harvey Burnap, Wm Harris jr.; 
trustee Edward Banks ; listers Clark Stearns, Lemuel Abbot, Jolin 
Farnsworth ; postmaster Wm Harris jr. 

VfHndsor Cottitty* 

.IXD OVER.— Clexkioha a Manning; constable James Mclntyre ; 



36 TOWN OFFICERS AND POSTMASTERS. 

oveiseers (selectmen) ; agent Joseph Dodge ; superintendent William 
Warner ; selectmen John B Manning, G W StickneV) Joseph Dodge ; 
trustees John Adams, J B Manning, Joseph Carlton ; listers John Q. 
Adams, Reuben Morse, Franklin Austin; postmasters J B Manning, 
Andover, Alvah Haselton, Simonsvilie. 

BALTIMORE.— Clerk John Piper; constable Phineas C Robin- 
son ; overseer Willard Davis ; agent Joshua Leiand ; superintendent 
Oscar Leiand ; selectmen Luke Harris, J M Boynton, Thomas Pres- 
ton ; trustee J M Boynton; listers John D Ward jr., Laban Hathorn, 
Joseph W Leiand. 

BjiRA'jiRD. — Clerk Joseph Sargent ; constable Lucius Freeman; 
overseers (selectmen) ; agent Lucian Blackmer; superintendents Jo- 
seph Sai»ent, Calvin SeWen ; selectmen Hiram Aikens, Silas Tupper, 
Lorenzo Richmond ; trustees Joseph Bowman, Orrin Ganibell, Alphe- 
us Howe ; listers Hiram Blackmer, J E Davis, Benjamin Clapp; post- 
masters S R Streeter, Barnard, Oliver Walcott, East B. 

BETHEL.— Clerk Jacob Smith ; constable Wni H H Titus ; over- 
erseer (selectmen) ; agentDavid Owen ; superintendent Josiah Swett; 
selectmen Asa Davis, Paul Kinstry, John Woody ; listers David Ow- 
en, Sam'l T Granger, Justiu Lillie ; postmasters Jacob Smiih, Beth- 
el, OH Brook, East B, 

BRIDGE fV^dTER.—ChrkVhUander Smith ; constable O Thomp- 
son, W S Southgate ; overseer Ovid Thompson ; agent Lyman Ray- 
mond ; superintendent Charles W Clark ; selectmen Calvin Carpen- 
ter, Isaiah Raymond, Stephen Capron; trustees R W Southgate, Jo- 
eiah Josselyn jr., Gilbert White ; listers R W Southgate, Alvan Lamb, 
Ovid Thompson ; postmaster Philander Smith. 

C^FEJ\rDISI{.— Clerk Olis Robbins ; constable Joseph Adams; 
overseer Samuel Adams ; agent Salmon F Dutton ; superintendent 
John F Deane ; selectmen Otis Robbins, William Spaulding, Josiah 
Gilson ; trustees Joseph White, John Stearns, Abel Burbank; listers 
Ryland Fletcher, Abel Burbank Samuel Winslow ; postmasteis Otis 
Robbins, Cavendish, Harvey M Hill, Proctorsville. 

CHESTER— Clerk Amos Heald: constable Benj B Sargeant ; 
overseer James Johnson ; agent Rodney Sherwin ; superintendent 
James Robbins ; selectmen William Mason, Rodney Sherwin, Josiah 
Dana ; trustees (selectmen) ; listers P O Sargeant, Jeremiah Kibling, 
Haskell Weston ; postmaster Addison Fitch. 

HjiRTFORD.— Clerk George E Wales ; constable T H Savage ; 
overseers (selectmen) ; agent John Porter ; superintendents John 
Dudley, Josiah Merrill, WmClaggelt; selectmen Benjamin Porter, 
John L Loverill, L F Dudley ; trustees John Porter, John Strong, 
Shubael Ross ; listers Lucius Hazen, Nathan Gillctt, Reuben Ten- 
ney ; postmasters Oraraol H Nichols, Hartford, S G Steele, West H., 
Wm S Caiter, Ciuechee Village. 

H^RTLjSjVD.— Clerk E M Stocker ; constable Lewis Merritt; 
overseer Buckley Marcy ; agent Albert B Burk; superintendent An- 
derson Slayton ; selectmen Jonathan Bugloy, Jonathan Hodgman, 
Bnckley Marcy; trustee Ellas Bates; listers li M Stocker, Nuth'l 
Weed, Alvan Benjamin ; postmasters Reuben Weld, Hartland, JS 
Willard jr.. North H. 

LUDLOIV. — Clerk Arteraas SpafTord ; constable Franklin Riggs ; 
overseer Arza Smith ; agent A S Barton ; superintendentK Waters 
Warren; selectmen Asa S Barton, S L Arniington, Alexander Bar- i 
ton; trustee Martin Perry; listers Wni Tilton, Artemas Spalding,! 
Elijah Scott ; postmaster Charles S Mason. n 

A*Oii>f/C//.— Clerk Wm E Lewis; constable and agent Sam'l 
Wright; overseer Isaac Pierce; superintendent Shubael Converse ; 



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selectmen Alba Stimson, E B Brovn, Ebenezer Spears 2d ; trustee 
I Harvey Burton ; listers Francis Pratt, Wayne Johnson, Daniel Sar- 
I gent: postmaster Ira Davis. 

I PLYjyiOUTH.—Clexk Thomas Moore ; constables John S Slack, 
I John W Stickney ; overseer C G Coolidge ; agent Jared Marsh ; su- 
j^perintendent Thomas Baldwin ; selectmen Moses Pollard jr., Reuben 
j Taylor, Joseph Eaton ; trustees Lyman Wood, Isaac Pollard, Joseph 
; Eaton ; listers Lyman Wood, Isaac Pollard, Eleaser Hubbard ; post- 
\ masters R P Pollard, Plymouth, Jairus Josselyn, Tvson Furnace. 
I P OMFRET.— Oerk Otis Chamberlin ; constable C R Whitman ; 
j overseer M D Follett ; agent Stephen Bujbee ; superintendent Henry 
I Hewitt ; selectmen M D Follett, Jarris Adams, Charles Hutchinson ; 
I trustees Lucian Hewitt, Elisha Hewitt, Eben Snow ; listers Elisha 
j Smith jr., John Chedel. John Brockway ; postmasters A L Chamber- 
iin, Pomfret, Heman Henty jr., South iP., P T Snow, Snow's Store. 

i2£.4Z)/JVG.-Clerk W L Hawkins ; constable O A Keyes ; overseer 
I Solomon Keyes ; agent Rufus Forbush ; superintendent John Fores- 
j ter ; selectmen Walton Brown, Luther Carlton, Solomon Keyes ; 
j trustee Walton Brown ; listers Wm Felch, Eben'r Robinson jr.. Nel- 
son Whitmore ; postmasters David Hammond, Reading, W S A 
Morse, South R., Walton Brown. Felchville. 

ROCHESTER.— C\eik John Trask ; constables Barna Cooper, 
John Huntington ; overseer Tho's B Martin ; agent Sumner A AVeb- 
ber ; superintendent Thomas B Harvey ; selectmen Lyman Emerson, 
Solon Clark, Loman Martin; trustees E D Briggs, Amos C Rich- 
mond, Gould Stockwell ; listers E McCollom, Benj Gleason, Alanson 
Washburn ; postmaster Julius C Tilden. .^ 

ROYALTOJ^. — Clerk Calvin Skinner ; constable Jonathan Kinney ; 
overseer John L Bowman; agent Daniel Woodward ; superintendents 
C B Drake, Calvin Skinner ; selectmen Harry Bingham, Harvey Ship- 
man, Cyrus Hartshorn ; trustees Elisha Rix, Daniel Woodward, Ho- 
ratio N Freeman ; listers Jonathan Kinney, Charles Clapp, John Coy ; 
postmaster E P Nevens. 

Sif.^i20.V.— Clerk Samuel Shuttleworth; constable Joseph Keith ; 
overseer Henry Hitchcock ; superintendent John Adams; selectmen 
Colonel (iuimby, David Fales, Lyman Tylei ; trustee Chester Baxter; 
listers Freeman Holt, Freeman Page, Albert B Mosher ; postmaster 
Wooster Downer. 

SPRlJ\rGFIELD.— Clerk Sam'i W Porter : constables Sam'l Cady, 
I Preston Averill ; oversea- and trustee John Perkins ; superintendent 
' Ephraim Walker jr.; selectmen Wm Dana, Dennis Allen, Geo Wash- 
burn ; listers Otis B Litchfield, Daniel Davis, Ashbuel Steele ; post- 
masters Geo Washburn, Springfield, John While, North S. 

STOCKBRIDGE— Clerk Merrick Gay ; constable Paul W Gay ; 
overseer Mark Bullard ; agent Justin Morgan; superintendent James 
Beard ; selectmen Mark Bullard, Caleb Leonard, Daniel Gay jr.; trus- 
tees Samuel Belcher, Merrick Gay, Ezra McCollom ; listers Leon- 
ard Ainsworth, Daniel Gay jr., J H Nott ; postmasters A B Morgan, 
Stockbridge, Merrick Gay, Gaysville. 

WEJlTHERSFIELD.— Clerk Joshaa. Upham ; constables John C 
Haskell, Samuel Alford jr.; overseer John C Haskell ; agent Wm M 
Pingry ; superintendent T H Canfield ; selectmen Chauncey M Cham- 
berlin, Barnabas Deane, S R Kendall ; trustee Chailes Barrett ; lis- 
ters John Sherwin, N B Roundy, James Weston ; postmasters Hollis 
Howard, Wfeathersfield, Joseph Kidder, Peikinsville, J L Warner, 
Upper Falls, Wm Gay. Corners. 

WP'EST'OA'.— Clerk Samuel Peabodyjr.; constable Josiah L Wil- 
der ; overseer Perkins N Wiley ; agent Stephen Smith ; superintend- 



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ent S C Loveland ; selectmen P X Wiley, Samuel Peabody jr., Johni 
I Drury ; trustee A«a B Foster ; listers Stephen Smith, John Wilder, 
i J F Peck ; postmaster John Wilder. 

j W/JVZ)S0i2.— Clerk Thomas Boynton ; constables G H Sbedd, 
j John Morgan ; overseers (selectmeii)'; agent Carlos Coolidge ; super- 
lintendent Thomas Kidder; selectmen David Husgins, Peter Houjh- 
i ton, Warren Currier ; trustee Henry White; listers Oliver Hall, Ed- 
I ward Everett, Nahum Swallow jr : postmasters J M Thorndike, 
I Windsor, Samuel Parker, Brownsville. 

I fVOOnSTOCK.—C\eTk N Haukell ; constable Gaius Perkins; 
overseer Samuel Wood ; agent Walter Palmer; superintendent P T 
Washburn; selectmen Waller Palmer, Samuel Wood, H W English ; 
trustee Job Lyman ; listers T E Powers, Daniel Ransom, Nathan T 
Churchill ; postmasters P R Southgate, Woodstock, Oliver Bailev, 
South W.-, Daniel Marsh, Taftsville. 

Btttland County, 

BEJ^SOJ\r.—C\eTk and agent L C Kellogg ; constable Joel Olmsted ; 
overseer John Carter : superintendent Azariah Hvde ; selectmen John 
Carter, Daniel R Barber, J S Griswold ; trustee Franklin W Walker j 
listers D B Griswold, J J Howard, Harvey Briggs ; postmaster John 
Kellogg jr. 

BRj9J\rD0J^.—C]eik B Davenport; constable Geo W Parmentr-r; 
overseer Stephen Hall ; agent N T Spraffue ; selectmen Stephen Hall, 
Chester Winslow, H A Sumner; trustees E June, I B June, NT 
Sprague ; listers Harvey Hall, J B June, R L Hack ; p. m. E Jackson. 
CHITI EjYDEjV. — Clerk and superintendent C Taylor ; constables 
Azem Churchill, Z M Yaw : overseer Thomas Peiigo ; a?ent Hiram 
Baird ; selectmen Alvin Randall, Aaron Segar, Richard Parish ; trus- 
tee Reuben Harris: listers Joseph Parker, S W Harrison, Thomas 
Perigo ; postmaster Douglass Barnard. 

C^STLETOJ^—Oerk O R Harris ; constable H R Gurnf,ey ; over- 
seer Truman Hooker ; agent Alnion Warner ; superintendent H O 
Higley; selectmen Hyde VVestover, William Moulton, James Will- 
iams ; trustee Hyde Westover, T W Rice, Smith Sherman ; listers 
Eli Ames, Harvey Griswold, Philip Pond ; postmasters Cullen Moul- 
ton, Castleton, Wm P Hyde, Hvdeville. 

, CLj?i2£JVD0JV.— Clerk L M Walkei ; conntables Joseph Cong- 

I don, L B Parker ; overseers (selectmen; ; agent John L Marsh ; su- 
perintendent Charles Woodhouse; selectmdh Harvey Steward, Dan- 
iel Wing, Lindsey Round jr.; trustees Thomas Steward, W S Weeks, 
Gershora Cheney ; listers John L Marsh, Linus F Colvin, D P Eddy; 
postmasteis Caleb B Hall, Clarendon, Henry Hitchcock, Clarendon 
Springs, Bucl Parker, East C. 

D^J\rBY.—C]eik William Otis ; constables Albert BuckJin, Jos R 
Green ; overseers (selectmen) ; agent Ha.Tev Parris ; Buperintcndent 
Edward Lapham ; selectmen H F Oti*, Linas Edmonds, Ira Edmonds ; 
trustee Calob Parris; listers Caleb Parris, Silas Hulett, Andrus Eg- 
gleston ; postmasters IVlinar Hillyard, Danby 4 Corneri, Joseph R 
Green, Danhy Burough. 

FAJRIfjiyEJV.— Clerk Benj F Gilbert ; constable and overseer Jon 
athanCupen ; agent Wm (J Kittredge ; superintendent John B Shaw ; 

I selectmen Hiram Hamilton, Samuel Wood, Israel Davcy ; truBie<; 

I Joseph Sheldon jr.; listers Joseph Sheldon ji., Asahel U Kidder, In 

' C Allen ; postmaster Israel Davey. 

HUBB,^RDTOJ\r.-acTk S B VVhipple ; constable Fayette Holmeo; 
overseer J F Pollard ; agent Pliny Holmes ; superintendent S R Thrall ; 
selectmen J F Pollard, Reuben StJohn, Horatio Barber; trustci-s Ju> 



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tin Jennings, J W Barber, Pliny Holmes ; listers Justin Jennings, Seth 
StJohn, M G Barber ; postmaster E B Dewey. 

IRA. — Clerk John Mason ; constable John Ross ; overseer Bradley 
Fish; agent Jeremiah Thornton ; selectmen Lemon (Carpenter, Hiram 
Wetniore, Amos Tower ; trustees John Mason, Abel Thornton, Josh- j 
ua Harrington ; listers John Mason, Barnabas Woodj Putnam New- 
ton ; postmaster Nichols Powers. [ 

MEA^DOJ^ — Clerk, overseer and superintendent James K Pear- ; 
son; constable Cyrus Edson jr.; agent Edward Mussey ; selectmen 
Zidon EdsoD, Willard Hayward, Seth W Dunklee ; trustee Othniel 
Williams ; listers J K Pearson, A M Gibson, Wm Harkness ; post- 
master Edward Mussey. 

jMWDLETOWJ^:—C]PTk Eliakim Paul ; constable Lucius Cope- 
land ; overseer Micah Vail; agent and trustee Orson Clark: super- 
intendent D G McClure ; selectmen Hezekiah Haynes, Jos Reraniiog- 
ton, Thfiddens Tyrrell, M H Coy, Franklin Goodrich; listeis David 
G McClure, Edwy Mehurin, Alpheus Havnes ; postmaster Moses E 
Vail. 

MOUJ^'T HOLLY.— Chik Abijah Cole ; constable Edwards Par- 
menter ; overseer Ethan Priest ; agent and superintendent John Craw- 
ley ; selectmen Alvin Kolden, E S Kelley, B F Stone ; trustees F L 
Fiost, Ethan Piiest, Austin Dickerman ; listers Thomas Dodge, F L 
Frost, Daniel Parker ; postmasters Alva Pierce, Mount Holly, ALl 
Morgan, Mechanicsville. 

MOUJVT TABOR.— C\erk J P Buiton ; constable B B Britton ; 1 
overseeis (selectmen) ; agent G S Tahor ; superintendents J P Bur- ' 
ton, Charles Giiffith ; selectmen Caleb BufTum, Gideon S Tabor, Asa 
Nichols ; trustees G S Tabor, Joshua Nichols, B B Britton ; listers 
G S Tabor, Stephen Baker, Joshua Nichols. 

PAWLET.—C\exk Harry Griswold ; constable Wm Root ;* over- 
seers (selectmen); agent Fayette Potter : superintendent David Whe- 
don jr.; selectmen Jeremiah Busbee, M D Strong, Sheldon Edgerton ; 
trustee Milton Brown; listers Smith Hitt, Mason Edgerton, Allen 
Whedon ; postmaster Charles VV Potter. 

PITTSFJ ELD —Clerk Amos Holt; constable Lyman Holt; over- 
seer Lyman Gibbs ; agent Erastus Holt ; suoerintendent N E Green 
selectmen Job M Fuller, C A Thomas, Rosvvell Rauney ; trustee 
Daniel Rannoy ; listers N E Green, Geo McColloni, Lyman Gibbs 
postmaster Asa Gains. 

PITTSFORD.—Oerk Sam'l H Kellogg; constable Jeffrey Barn» 
oveiseer T F Bogue ; agent John G Newell ; superintendent Benj F 
VVinslow ; selectmen Jeffrey Barns, David Hall, Drlin Smith ; trustee 
Henry Simonds ; listers S H Kellogg, M C Booge, U VV Phillips 
postmaster Sidney P Griswold. 

POULT.\~EY.'— Clerk Peter Farnam ; constable James Marshall 
overseer P M Ross ; agent J B Beaman ; superintendent W R John 
son ; selectmen Pomroy Weils, James Winchell, G M Ransom ; trus 
tee W P Noyes ; listers Harlow Hosford, Geo Martin, P H Fifield 
postmasters VVra McLeod, East P.. S P Hooker, West P. 

SHERBURJ^TE. — Clerk Rufus Richardson jr.; constable and arrent 
B Maxham ; overseers (selectmen) ; superintendent John Johnson 
selectmen John Johnson, D W Taylor, J N Hatch ; trustees R Ester 
brook, B Maxham, S Coltou ; listers A E Wilson, G W Rich, Lev 
Taylor ; postmaster S W Adams. 

SHREWSBURY.— Clerk L W Gurnsey ; constable .Tohn Kins 
man ; oveiseer Oirin Knight ; agent B T Needham ; superintendent 
C H Crosby ; selectmen Joseph Needham, Daniel Johnson, John 
Pratt; trustees Hiram Cook, N B Smitli ; listers Nath'l Lord, E L 



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HoIHrn, Parker Kinsmnn ; postmasters John Duckmaster, Shrewsbu 
ry, Henrv C Gleason, Cuttingsville. I 

SUDBURY— Clerk and agent James K HyHe ; constable W P J 
Hyde ; overseer N F Buckiin ; superintendent Riissel Williams ; se- ( 
lectmen E L Hall, Isaac Ketcham 2d, John White jr.; trustees J K 
Hyde, C W Horton. J F Goodell ; listers James Gormond, Wm Clark, 
Russel VVillianl•^ ; postraat<ter U W Horton. | 

7'/J\'.,V0t/^7'f/.— Clerk Geo Capron jr.; constable L S W^aldo ; o- j 
verseers (selectmen) ; ajent Obadiah NoI)le ; superintendent Calvin 
Brewer ; selectmen Judah H Round, Dexter Gilbert, Eliada Crnmton ; 1 
trustee J R Noble ; listers Geo Capron jr., Herrick Ripley, T B ^I'or- j 
ton ; postmaster VVilliam Vaughn. I 

»'./5/.Z,/JV'GFO/i7).— Clerk David Holden ; constables A L Hyde, j 
X Round; overseer L Andrns; agent H Button ; superintendents W ; 
(^Benton, W Mitchell, Eli Meeker; selectmen S M Edgerton, R| 
Hall. \j French ; trustees P M Edgerton, J Fox, J B Munson ; listers ' 
E G Flulett, E Hall, S D Townsend ; postmasters R Buckiin Wall- 
ingford, J H Vail, South W. 

If ELLS. — Clerk Wm Lamb; constable Hiram Francis ; overseer 
Joseph Park; agent Wesley Clemons ; superintendent Ahnon Hop- 
son ; selectmen John S Hulett, John Barden, Wesley Clemons ; trus- 
tees J J Bowe, Ethelbut Lewis, AVra Goodrich ; listers R H Hopson 
Harvey Park, D B I^ewis ; postmaster Orlin Lewis. 

H^EST /MFEJ^—Vhik, agent and postmaster RS Armstrong; 
constable Rodney Field; overseer Harrison Fish; superintendent 
Moses Field ; selectmen S WTryon, A Hitchcock, Jos .^irio; troslee 
Rollin Hitchcock ; listers J H Wyninn, b Adams, R Hitchcock. 

»/tddisoH CoHuty. 

^DnrSOJSr—derk Henry Willmarth ; constables Rector Gage, 
A B Huyward ; overseers (selectmen); agent lleman Convojse ; su- 
perintendent* Piiltois<m Murray, Rector Gage ; selectmeu Samuel 
Pond, .Aaron Hinds, J W Hlrong ; trustees Gideon Seeger, David V 
t.'hamlfcrs, Samuel Fund ; lis'ers Isaiah Clark, D V Chambers, He- 
man Converse ; postmasters Colby Haslcton, Addison, A.sahel Burneii 
jr., Chimnov Point. 

BRWPORT.—CAcTk EEGrosvenor; constnblei H N Solace, DE 
Brasted ; overseei James Dunn ; agent Uriah Miner; superintendent 
F W Olmsted ; selectmen S Z Walker, Daniel Eldridge, A H Rice; 
trustees D P Rockwood, P Elitharp. Wm B Benj miin : listers C K 
Hf&vward, P Elitharp, Sheldon Smith ; postmaster F P Fletcher. 
/ BRISTOL— V\f:\k J I) Needham ; constable Wm C Rider ; over- 
/cer .Nathan Rider jr.; agent Hiirvey Mimsill ; superintendent J D 
Needham; selectmen Luman Munson, D R (i^ige, Truman i^rano ; 
trustees Harvey Munsill, R W "cake, P S VVarner ; listers li F Day, 
W G Buss, Solon Sumner ; j)o*tma8ter D R GHige. 

CORXIVALL. — Clerk W o Purler; ronstnble and overseor Abram 
Foot ; agent John Sanford ; superintendent L L Tilden ; selectmen 
Harris Biiii.'b!iiii, Charles DcLong, C D Lane ; trustees Wm Hamil- 
ton, AuHtin Dana, Charley DeLong; listers John tSantbrd, R P Hall, 
Job Liirio ; ponlma^^ter C \\ Stowell. 

i FERRISBURGIL—CAexk Zuriel Walker; constable Dennis Hai- 

I ard , overseer (iideon Fuller; agent D D Rliddh'brook ; ^U|)eri^tend- 

enl G E Robinson ; selectmen W m Allen, N L Keeso, Benj Ferris ; 

! trustees Cyrus Booth, Stodard Martin, David Hazard ; lii-ters N L 

I Keese, Zuriel Walker, L Orvis ; postmaster J W Maitin, North F. 

GOSUFJ^'.—V.U'Tk and supcrintendonl John Capen ; ronslable El- 

nathan Knapp; overseer .Martin Allen ; agent Reuben Allen; select- 



TOWN OFFICKKS AND POSTiMASTEKS. 41 

men S D Gale, Martin Allen, Francis Brown; trustees Wiliianj Car- 
lisle jr., Jaipes Carson, Reuben Allen ; listers VVm Carlisle jr., T J j 
Hooker, W A Belknap. [Letters sent to Brandon P. O.J 

QRjIJWILLE. — Clerk Amasa Eaton ; constable James M AshJey ; 
overseer Philemon Hayes ; agent Joseph Lamb ; superintendent A 
6 Allen ; selectmen J P Ball, Ira King, Dan Bliss j trustee Caleb 
Ford, Philemon Hayes ; listers Philemon Hayes, Eber Lamb, Mason 
Ball ; postmaster John Hackett jr. 

jy^^JVCOC^.— Clerk Zerah Barnes; constable Alba Ellsworth ^ o- j 
verseer Archibald McColiom ; agent C G Robbing ; superintendent 
John Strong-, selectmen Zerah Barnes, Thaddeus Austin, Solomon 
Dunham ; trustees C G Robbins, Thaddeus Austin, H N Ball ; listers 
Charles G Robbins, Amos G Fassett, Robert Claflin j postmaster Roy- 
al Flint. 

LEICESTER.— C\eik, superintendent and postmaster E S Barrett ; 
constable R O Dow ; overseer and trustee A A Swinington ; agent 
Wm F Wright ; selectmen C B Hunt, VVm P Wright, Otis Capron ; 
listers Verres Stanley, I R Farn, Isaac Morse. 

LIJ\rCOLJ^. — Clerk and superintendent Wm W Pope ; constable 
J B Farr ; over^seer Elijah Meder ; agent and trustee Wm ftlitchell; 
selectmen Davis Tucker, Andrew Mitchell, Elihu Purinton, D H Sar- 
gent ; listers W^m Mitchell, Daniel Dodge, Nathan Green, J B Farr, 
W W Pope ; postmaster L M Kent. 

MID DLEBURY.— Clerk James McDonald ; constable Harry Good- j 
rich ; overseer T M Fitch ; agent and trustee E D Barber; superin- 
tendent George Smith ; selectmen Zacheus Bass, Edwin Hammond, 
Oliver Hyde ; listers Calvin Hill, Allen Foot, R L Fuller ; postmas- 
ters E D Barber, Middlebury, O P Torrance, East M. 

MOjVKTOJS''.— Clerk Stoddaid Hollis ; constables D S Eastman, 
Wm Etliott; overseer and agent Alson Collins ; superintendent O W 
Dean; selectmen A A Denn, Roderick Baldwin, Milan Williams; 
trustees Coles ("ook, Ryland Doten, Andrew Holmes ; listers Coles 
Cook, Elias G Doten, Ichabod Sherman ; postmaster L C Keeler. 

J\rE fV HJSVEJSr— Clerk G VV Brown ; constable Nelson Brown; 
overseer L W Stow ; agent E S Hinman ; superintendent Samuel 
Hurlburt; selectmen L W Stow, Jonathan Hoyt, John Abernathy ; 
trustees Jonathan Hoyt, J W Langdon, Elias Boltum ; listers Ezra M 
Hoyt, Horatio Plumley, R D Rider ; postmasters Hubbard Cook, New 
Kaven, Hiram Rider, East Mills. 

OR fVELL.— Clerk Roswell Bottum jr.; constable E S Hull ; over- N 
seer W C Griswold ; agent J H Chittenden ; superintendent Sealand j 
Murray; selectmen M S Abell, D E Rust, CM Fletcher; trustee I 
J C Thomas ; listers RulufF White, Absalom Fuller, C H Conkey ; j 
postmasters E M^ VVright, Orwell, Walter Chipman, Chipman's Point. 

PjiJVTOJiT.— Clerk George Spencei ; consiables Philo Bristol, Jef- 
ferson Converse ; overseer Jefferson Converse ; agent H N White ; 
I' superintendent Norman Tousley; selectmen Hiram Allen, J S Tap- 
pan, Edrick Adams ; trustees Nelson Richards, B F Gaines, Hiram 
Spalding; listers Silas Pond, R T Bristol, R J Hopkins; postmaster 
J VVareham Brown. 

ie/PrOJV.— Clerk Samuel Damon jr.; constable H H Hurlbut jr.; 

overseer and agent A A Atwood ; superintendent E F Upham ; se- 

I lectmen A A Atwood, Stephen Madison, Norman Lewis ; trustee B 

I H Bacon ; listers C P Ripley, J R New, Harry Downer ; postmaster 

i Daniel Chipman. 

SjILISBURV.— Clerk E H Weeks; constable James Fitts jr., 
; overseer Horace Thomas ; agent John Prout ; superintendent G W 
Barrows; selectmen Franklin Bump, James Fitts, John J Kelsey ; 



J4/8 Towrr officers and postma^terh. 

I trustee Sumner Briggs ; lit(ter>< Natli'l S|>eacer, Dan Dike, Huiuaer 
j Brijss ; postniaplers A B Huntley. 

I S//0jR£/£/3./V— Clerk L O Birclinrd ; constalile O S Barrett ; over- 
i Beers (selectmen) ; agent KentWiiglit; su|>erinlvndeat Rollin Bir- 

chaid; selectmen Jasper Barnum, GujcaRich, Lyndo Catiin ; trustee 

Ebenezer Busli ; list>-r:« Alonzo Birchard, Orvel Smith, Rullin Bir 

chard ; poRtinnster E B Ilill. 

STjIHKSBORO'.— Clerk \Vm Worth 2d ; cotistnble G \V Fergii 

son ; nverset-rB L Knight ; agent A M Hawkins ; superintendent An 
i dre Ferguson ; selectmen Peailey Hill, Horace Salisbury, E HastiMl 
i jr.; trustees Ira Bushnell, B L Knight, Pearley Hill ; listers Isaiah L 
1 Strong, Joel Oivis, Woloott Norton ; postmaster A M Hawkins. 
i FERGEXXES. — Mayor John Pieipoinl ; aldermen Elliott SliPi- 
, rill, Hosea Willard, Carlos Bliike, Austin Bradford; sheriff Win 

Joslin ; clerk of city court F E VVoodbridge ; city attorney Geo W 
jGrandy ; clerk VV H White ; constable J E Roberts ; overseer Cyrii^ 
' Smith ; agents (common council); superintendent G WGrandey; com 

mon council Geo Parker, J H Bowman, B T Vouug ; listers Wiiiiani , 

H White, P C Tucker, C W Bradbury; postmaster John Parker. j 
WALTHAM. — Clerk Pelog Fisher ; constable and agent Mewton 

Rose ; overseer Josiah Parker; superintendent Edwin Everts; se- 
: Icctmen Rollin Everts, Newton Rose, Josiah Parker ; tiustees Rollin 

Everts, Charles Bacon, Jobiali Parker ; liktors Rollin Everts, John D | 

Barton, Newton Ro>e. 
I WEYBRIDOE.—CXerk Isaac Drake; constable Sardis Dodge; 

overseers (selectmen); agent S LSpraguc; superintendent L I) Gre- 
\ gory; selectmen J K Dodge, John Child, L C Twitchell ; trusters E 

Q Drake, Edwin Hay word, John Brittell ; listers D L Wright, Isaac 

Drake, Edwin Hayward ; postmaster Orange Brittell. 
\ /♦'///77JV*0.— Cleik Wm P Wright ; constable Lewis Pond ; over 
I seer T J Stewart ; agent Ephraim Moulton jr.; selectmen Ephruini 

Moulton jr., W I McAlister,' Allen Keicham ; trustees (selectmen) ; 

listers Abel Walker, Alien Kelcham, Ezra L Needham ; posiinajter 
, William Pierce. I 



BRADFORD.— CXatk Geo P Baldwin ; constable John B Peckitt ; 
overseer Arad St«bbins ; agent Seth Austin ; selectmen FInvel Bliss, 
Horace Strickland, G P Baldwin ; Inistoes G W Prichard, And Slel>- 
hins, G P Baldwin ; listers 'I' (' Shaw, Joitathan Johnson, Phillip)* 
Grnenliei; postmasters S E Davis, Bradford, Beneca Durkey, Brad 
ford Centre. 

BRAlXTRER.—CXexV J 8 Nicbola ; constable H A Bass ; over 
seer .\uguslu8 Flint ; agent and superintendent J B llulchinion ; sc- 
' li'Ctnicn Avery Fills, Wm Nichols, Ira Mann ; truiitfes AugustiH 
i Flint, John Waitn, Rufus Flint ; lisUrs Wm Nichols, Ira Miinn, J B 
i Hutchi-Kon ; pogtnmsiers 8 M Flint, Braintree, Jos Spear, West B. 
, BHOUh'FlELD.— Clerk A W Bipelow ; constable .M P Davis ; 
I overseer Kliiis Smith ; agent Noah Paine ; superintendent J B Ly- 
! man; selectmen John Herrick •3d,S M Bigelow, Daniel Colt ; trn<te<g 
' Justus Ed^on, Kenben Peck, Sprsjno Arnold jr.; listers W E ("ham 
ixjilin, R<ul»cn IVrli, Niiihiniel Whoulioy ; postmasters Z8Speui, 
I Bruokfi'-ld, M P Dnvis, E>i*t B. 

C/Zf^/.S^^.— Clerk N (J Hiilo ; ronstnblo B F Dickinson ; over 

j seer S J Moore ; agent Win Hebard ; superintendent T S Hubbiinl ; 

; selectmen Wilder Dearborn, Joshua Dickin«on, A A (itKMJwin ; trun 

tee Lament Baron ; liters H W Hatch, Harvey Peri){0, Philander 

I Bobbins ; postmaster Aaron Davis. 



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CORLYTH.—CAerk J A Tenny ; constable Melatiah Willis ; over- 
} seer tfamuel Darling ; agent A ts Little ; superintendent E T Farr ; 
selectmen Gouldsbiun Taplin jr , S C Clement, Zelotu? Farr ; trus- 
tees Geo rileeper, Reuben Page, J A Tenny ; listers John T Wiggins, 
Reuben Stevens, Jonathan Robie ; postmasters William Spencer, Co- 
rint;i, Xathan Blake, East C. 
j F.9IRLEE. — Clerk J B Bailey ; constable Elihu Corliss ; oversf>er 
; S L Granger ; airent G W Cooke ; superintendent Geo A Morey j se 
lectmen J B Bailey, S L Granger, James Eastman; trustee Josiah 
Joslin ; listers Wm Child, Calvin Cobuin, P J Morrison; postmaster 
G VV Brown. 

JVE/f-St/iZF.— Clerk David Johnson; constable E B Stevens; 

overseer T J Smith ; agent Abel Underwood ; superintendent Geo W 

I Campbell ; selectmen Jared Wells, J E Chamberlin, John B Carlton ; 

listers H K White, Robert Rcntrevv, Wm Burroughs; postmasters 

! Freeman Keyes, I^'ewbury, T J Doe, South N., C B Leslie, Wells 

River. 

i ORAjVOE. — Clerk T Hancock ; constable and agent Carlos Car- 

ipenter; overseer David Holbrook ; superintendent A E Field ; se- 

; lectmen N S Cutler, Carlos Carpenter, A Hamilton ; trustees Carlos 

; Carpenter, D Mowe ; listers John Peake, John Dickey, WilJis Lane ; 

' postmaster O Fifield. 

i RjijVD G LP H.— Clerk B T Blodget ; constable Horace Wheeler ; 
I overseer Sidney Howard ; agent J K Parish ; superintendent Samuel 
i Keith ; selectmen Loren Griswold, L D Heirick, Ammi Burnham : 
trustees Philander Perrin, Horatio Lillie, Charles Waldo; listers 
Charles Waldo, S B Mann, Howaid Griswold, Gilbert Smith, Elias 
; Carpenter ; postmasters Philander Perrin, Randolph, S B Mann, West 
;R , J VV Twiss. EastR. 

STR^iFFORD.— Clerk Stephen Morrill ; constables Samuel Moore, 
Charles Dow ; overseer Darius Brown ; agent Daniel Cobb ; superifi- 
intendent J N Stiles ; selectmen Pliineas VValker, Wm Rollins, Hi- 
ram Robinson ; trustees Stephen Merrill, Pliny Day, Chase Dow; lis- 
ters Charles Barrett, Freeman Walker, L D Kibliug; postmasters W 
H Sanborn, Strafford, Harry Russ, South S. 

THETFORD. —Clerk H D Tyler ; constable Daniel Dodge ; over- 
seer James Tyler jr.; agent S G Heaton ; supeiintendents R S How- 
ard, WofSweatt, H H Xilea ; selectmen Z E Messer, Jonathan Em- 
erson, Enoch Slade ; trustees Henry Gillett, Jonathan Emerson, VV 
H Latham; listers VV D Ladd, Jesse McClara, I T Howard; post- 
masters R S Howard, Thetford, M J Walker, Union Village, Josiah 
Coburn, Post Mills, 

T0PSH.9M.— Clerk and agent J W Batchelder ; constable D S j 
Jackson ; overseer Wm Rodgers, selectmen Henry Butterfield, O H ' 
Watson, Thomas Eastman; trustee R H Fellows ; listers C P Bill, 
Horace Mills, Nelson Richardson ; postmasters Albert Bailey, Tops- 
ham, Moses Wallace, VVe^t T. 

1 TUjVB RIDGE.— Clerk and constable Horace Parkhuist ; over- 
seers (selectmen) ; agent Juremiah Foster ; superintendent Norman 
»Durant; selectmen J E Dodge, J M Church, Spencer Smith; tjus-j 
tees C B Chandler, Wm Putnam, E L Tracy ; listers H L Hoyt, D j 
W Cowdry, John Moxby ; poitmaster Francis Sturtevant. l 

FERSHIRE.-Clsrk H T Keyes ; constable Freeman Godfrey ; over- I 
seer (selectmen); agent VVmBoardman ; superintendent E C Fuller; 
selectmen S T Wiggins, Jacob Church, G W Jones ; trustees Tho's 
Keyes, Moses Bartholemew, Simeon Bacon ; listers Lenox Gilman, 
Sika Burnham, Hibbard Jones ; postmaster H T Keyes. 

lVJiSHIJ^''GTOJV.— Clerk and agent H A White ; constable Orin 



4 4 TOW:i OFFICEBS A>D P01TM A STK BS. 



Butler; orerseer VV Bartholomew ; «upeiiatondent D S Bowles ; 
selectmen B ^V Bartholomew, Henry Godfiey, Lvman Perigo ; trus- 
tee B \\' Bartholomew ; listers Elislia Tracy, J \V Pttikius, Uichard 
d Currier ; posiniaster J L Bowles. 

WEST FjiIRLEE.—C\erk Alvah Bean; constable Chester Chubb 
jr.; overseer John t'ohiirn ; agent Elisha .NJay ; superinteDiiontM Ste- 
phen Thomas, Leonard Withington jr.; selectmen Henry I'liild, Da- 
vid Robinson, Joseph Kimbull ; trustee David Robinson; listers S N 
Southworth, K H Wild, Benj Morey ; postmaster A B Soutliworth. 

n'fLLM.yf STOfrX.— Chrk WmS Beckett; constables Ebeuezer 
Bass, G H Wnison ; overseer Horace Wiiie ; njjent Alvan Smiih ; su- 
perinlendeat E W Taylor; selectmen Alvan s^niith, Alvah Simons, 
MiltoH Martin; trustees Alvuh Simons, John Lynde, Porter .Martin ; 
listers Alvah Simons, David Gale, D D Martin ; postmaster R Aius- 
wortiu 



€"hiltenden Conntg. 

BOAT'OlV.— Clerk J H VVhitcomb; constable R J Morse ; over- 
seers (selectmen); agent Gideon Barber ; selectmen John Pinneo, John 
Beede, M L Collon ; truntees Gidon Barber, H H Pinneo, W H Sa- 
bins ; listers Noah Preston jr., Alexander Smith, Jnnper Ayres, Dan- 
iel Cidton jr., Samuel Deavitt ; postmaster Joseph Smith. 

.Bf/fi/./A'07'O.V.— Clerk C F Davoy ; constable Isaac Sherwood ; 
overseer S W Taylor ; agent C D Kasson ; superintendents J K t^'on- 
verte, H J Parker; si-lcctmen J N Pomeroy, Samuel Nichols, H B 
Stucy ; trustees G B :Shaw, W U Vilas, Carlos Baxter ; listers Sam> 
uel Iv Isham, (i B Shaw, Bostwick Tousley ; postmaster \Vm Noble. 

CHJlRLOl Tt:.—V\eTk A H Lyon; overseers O V Vliet, Henry 
Fielils; agent David Cook ; superintendent C A Fuller; selectmen D 
C Luke. J J Bouton, P V Hiirtx-e ; trustee* VV E Sliermiia, Luther 
Stono, D.ivid ('ook ; listers Birdsey Newell, H H Newell, A S Beach ; 
postma-'trr A H f>von. 

CO/.Cy/KS77;*.— Clerk G P .Mayo; constable H II Bales ; overseer 
A R Dunc.in ; agent C H PLnnimnn ; nuperintendent Milton D \^■ick- 
w:iiH ; selectmen H B Hiiio, B J Hoinberg, \V i' VVliitemun ; trustres 
Henry Boardman, M D Wickwnre, J S Munson ; liHicrs Jucob KollV, 
W B .Mun^on, Roowell .Newton ; postmasters C N Phelps, Colchos- 
ler, VV B Hatrh, VVtnooiiki. 

ESSEX. — Clerk Ama.sa Bryant ; constable Alanson Bliss ; over- 
seer [.leonard Bixby ; agent Jofise Carpenter ; su|)orintendent Isaiiih 
Huntley ; selectmen Samuel Thrasher, li G Stanton, Simon Tubbs ; 
truttfj'H Byron Steveiin, W'urrin VViliiiims. .\ I VVatkins ; li.^ters 
Warren Ford, P Lf'asllo, Honrv ."^tunton ; postmaster J Carpenter. 

WXESBURGH.—nctk (J D VVeller; constables N B Flannjfnn, 
IF .Mil'"<; overiieers (selectmen); agent Joseph Marsh; superin- 
tendoim O S Hoyt, A A Forbes ; selectmen D ({oodyonr, V. Beerher, 
R PiiCrirk ; Iruxteen J S Patrick, A H Pout, J Ray; listers F WilUon, 
H .M Baldwin. H Nobles; postmaster T VV Gibb.' 

HVMT/.yCiTOJr.-lAtTk Koynl Firman ; constable J B Dike ; over- 
seer John Ju'Ucm ; agent Alexander F'ereuson • suporiiilendont <» VV' 
Brgmloy ; seUriuien John Birkford, .N VV Bradley, Nolilo Croff; trus- 
tee Lyman Hall ; listers Stephen Hayles, H R Hnyder, John Judson; 
postmaster J B Woodwortli. 

JERICHO — (Mcik John Lyman ; constable Er.rn Cburch ; over- 
seers (selectmen) ; affent Truman (Talufhn ; suporintondent F B 
VVh«eler ; setectmen Trinnan Gulusba, Hirnm Dn^, Harvey Field ; 
trustees G B Oakes, Oliver Lowrey, Lutner Brown ; listora Hosea 



TOWN OFFICEFS AI»D POSTMASTERS. 45 

Spaulding, David Fish, Henry Oakes, Ezra Elliot; postmasters G B 
Oakes, Jericho, H A Dixon Jericho Centre. 

MILTOJV, — Clerk Geo Ayres : constable H P Seegar ; overseers 
(selectmen) ; agent Lyman Burgess ; superintendent J VV Allen ; se- 
lectmen Ira Witters, T P Phelps, D H Onion ; trustee Lyman Bur- 
gess ; listers O M Clark, Heman Fairchild, Nathan Lincoln jr.; post- 
masters H B Smith, Milton, C L Drake, West M. 

iZ/CJ/jVOJVZ).— Clerk E B Green ; constable T C Barney ; over- 
seers (selectmen) ; agent Artemas FJagg ; superintendent Joseph 
Whipple ; selectmen Safford Colby, Jonathan Fay, E D Mason ; 
trustee A J Hall ; listers Robert Towers ji., Safford Brownson, Wm 
Deavitt ; postmaster Saul Bishop. 

SHELBURJ\rE —Clerk Lyman Hall; con3t:\ble David I Tuppor ; 
overseer Asahel Nash ; agent J S Blin ; superintendent Ira Divoll ; 
selectmen O F Holabird, Asahel JJash, J F Wells ; irustees Isaac 
f raith, John Simonds 2d, Wm Harmon ; listers George Saxon, Rufus 
Rogers, M L Miner ; postmaster Geo B Isham. 

ST. OE0ROE—{:\eTk Reuben Lockwood ; constable Alonzo 
Mansfield; overseer Silas Isham ; agent Colonel Smith ; superintend- 
ent IJ H Wright; selectmen Reuben Lockwood, Colonel Smith, Eb- 
enezer Isham ; listers Colonel Smith, Reuben Lockwood, Silas Isham; 
postmaster J C Higbee. 

UJ\rDERHILL.— Clerk B M Burbank ; constable John Story ; o- 
verseer Alpheus Eaton ; agent J H Tower ; superintendent Hiram H 
Dixon ; selectmen H A Naramore, Eli Whiton, George Thorp ; trus- 
tees Calvin Siorse ; John Choate, Alpheus Eaton ; listers A Bick- 
nell, Samuel Dewing, L M Dixon ; postmaster J H Tower jr. 

WESTFORD. — Cleik and postmaster James Nichols ; constable 
R P Richardson ; overseer Wm Bowman ; agent Reuben Farnsworth ; 
superintendent John Woodruff; selectmen John Allen, Samuel Rice, 
H B Bates ; trustees Wm Bowman, H P Wood, Daniel Macomber ; 
listers D S Haselton, S S Beach, Noah Tyler. 

fVILLISTOM — Clerk Chauncey Browuell; constable Anson 
Shaw; overseer Erasmus Chapin; agent Vruman Chittenden; su- 
perintendents Eli Brownson, Chauncey Brownell ; selectmen Ebon 
Sanford, J G Chittenden, A F Saxton ; listers B B Fay, Herald Ste- 
vens, D A Murray ; postmaster J G Chittenden. 



lJ*a»hiitgtott County. 

B^^RRE — Clerk Ahan Carter; constable Al"an Drury ; overseer 
Samuel Harrington ; agent D K Smith ; superintendent A E Bigelow ; 
selectmen John Walker, D D Wing, Justus Ketchum 2d ; trustees 
W H tllis, D K Smith, Nathaniel Dodge ; listers John Paine, Har- 
vey Tiklen, Abram Barker ; postmasters James Hale, Barre, Alvan 
Carter, South B. 

££i2Z,/jV.— Clerk Frederick Hovey ; constable C C Bullock ; over- 
seer Nahum Rice ; agent Shetfield Hayward ; superintendent Oiren 
Smith ; selectmen John T Miller, Alvin Richardson, A L Baldwin ; 
trustees Elijah Nye jr., S F Nye, C C Bullock ; listers V T Heatou, 
S F Nye, Truman Whipple ; postmaster Israel Dewey. 

Cj?L./3/S.— Clerk N A Chase ; constable D B Fay ; overseer E C 
McLoud ; agent Abdiel Kent ; superintendent Henry Slayton ; se- 
lectmen Lewis Wood, Joseph Blanchard, Chester Bugbee ; trustee ! 
Luther Morse; listers John Rich, J W E Bliss, Challes Stevens;! 
postmasters Jonas Hall, Calais, Asa Alden, East Calais. } 

DUXBURY. — Clerk Nathan Huntley ; constable Lorenzo Davis ; i 
overseer Gilbert Huntley ; agent Samuel Ridley ; superintendent C ' 
H Marshal ; selectmen David Belding, L C Turner, John Towle ; 



46 TOW,T OFFICERS AND POSTMASTER?. 

trustees Chester Marshal, ANAtherton, II M Nash ; listers VV F 
Chatterton, S C Turner, John Towle. 

F.iySTOM—V\erk W B Porter ; constable Simpson Hayes : over- 
seer Daniel McAllister ; agent Eli Bruce ; superintendent VV \V Por- 
tnr; selectmen S C Parker, Jacob Boyce, Burr Freeman; trustees 
Eiisha Bris;ham, Hose.i Newcomb, \Vm Bixby ; lister* Z W Boyce, 
James Selleck, Morrill Tvler. 

.M.^RSHFIELD.—CU'ik S D HoUister; constable Andiew En- 
glish ; aoent Edwin Pitkin ; selectmen J A Pratt, Horace Pike, Ira 
s^mith ; trustees Stephen Pitkin, AM Davis; listers B B Martin, 
Rodney Jack, Richard Mcars ; postmaster Jonathan Goodwin. i 

JU I DDLE SEX.— Clerk Horace Holden ; consiable Josiah Churcli- 
ill ; overseer Enos Stiles ; agent Holden Pu nam ; superintendent Aa- 1 
ron Ladd ; selectmen O A Chamherlin, J S Ladd,Geo Lealand ; trus- '] 
tees \V D Mclntyre, Euos Stiles ; listers Corliss Gould, John Poor, '. 
S M Caipentcr; postmaster A A Haskins. ' 

JIO.YTPELIER.—Vlerk J T Thurston: constables J P VV Vin- 
cent, Aionzo Snow ; overseer Daniel Baldwin ; agent R R Keith ; su- 
perintendent D P Thompson ; selectmen G S Hubbard. S F Stevens, j 
Isaac Cate ; trustees John Spaldinjj, J J Willard, J T Marston j lis- 
ters John Spalding Israel Goodwin, S S Kelton ; postmasters Geo VV j 
Reed, Montpelier, Charles Sibley, North M. 

.MORETOtVJ^'. — Clerk and postmaster Lester Kiugsley ; consta- 
ble C C Spalding ; overseer Calvin Clark ; asent Ira Carpenter ; su- 
I>erintendent A M Nevins : selectmen Daniel Harris, Calvin Clark. 
Samuel Fierce ; trustees Uriah Howe, Archibald McEIory ; listers 
Alpheus Buss, Uriah Howe, Jonas Parker. 1 

.YOIiTHFlELD.—i)\eik V H Averill; constable I VV^ Brown; 
overseer H W Carpenter; agent Oliver Averill ; superintendents He- 1 
man Carpentet, A V Rawson, A G Button ; selectmen Nathan Morse, j 
Joel Winch, Moses Robinson; trustee Calvin Cady ; listers Moses | 
Robinson, S U Richmond, D P King ; postmaster Wm Rodgers. | 

PU^LVFIELD. — Clerk and postmaster Ezra Kidder; constable | 
Alby Martin J overseer and agent Nath'l Bancroft; superintendent! 
Du;on Whittlesey; selectmen Elijah M Perry, J VV Batchelder, Ira i 
Stone ; trustees Amhurst Perkins, Ebeaezor Martin, Lewis Vincent ; j 
li^le^s John Lawrence, Albee Martin, Ebenezer Martiu \ postmaster 
Ezra Kidder. 

ROXBURY. — Cleik and overseer Allen Spalding ; constable Sam- 
uel Ruggles ; ugent and trustee Alvin Braley ; Fuperintcndents Asaph 
Silsby, J F Bolton ; selectmen Charles Samson, Alvin Braley, Ste- 
phen Pierce; listers Charles Samson, Alvin Braley, Philip Cram j 
postmasters J M Spalding, Roxbury, Samuel Rusgles, East R. [ 

fVjlJTSFIELD.—CUrk Cyrus Skinner ; constable J H Hasting"* ; 
overseer Timothy Reed; agent and trustee Rod'k Richardson j supei 
intendenl J M Richardson ; selectmen Jedediah Bushnell, Cyrus Jos . 
lyn, N G Joslyn ; listers Hiram Joslyn, Lyman Fisk ; postmaster J M 
Richardson. 

I H\^RREJV.—ChTk D S Parker ; constables Gideon Goodsp^ed- 
overseer Lewis Cardeil: agent F .\ Wright ; superintendent GN 
Brigham ; selectmen A Hanks, Lorenzo Nidjols, J P Souther ; trus- 
tees Lewis Cardeil, Benjamin Buck, T VV Kelscy ; listers Thomas 
Sargeiif, P P Raymond, ft C Billings ; postmaster G N Biigham. t 

i WJiTERBUR F.— Clerk Wm Carpenter ; constable D M Knights ; 
overseer Henry Douglass ; agent Paul DjIIingliam ; supcrintondent <" 
[ H Cleveland ; selectmen Thaddtus Clough, Silas .May, Jeremiuh i 
Brown; trustees W W Wells, Wm Carpenter, Alphous Robbins ; 
listers Geo Atkini^, Lemuel Lyon, U Prescoit ; postmaster T B Scugcl. \ 



TOWN OFFICXRS AVD POSTMASTERS. 47 



WOODBURY. — Clerk Asaph Town ; constable and overseer Levi 
Ball J agent Ebenezer Bruce ; superintendent Isaac Swan; selectmen 
Michael Jackson, Hiram Putnam, Curtis Osgood; trustees J H Fow- 
ler, Abner Town, Ebenezer Bruce ; listers 3 C Burnham, Joseph 
Parker, Orson Putnam ; postmaster Wm McGregor. 

WORCESTER.— C]erk Samuel Andrews ; constable A M Kelly; 
overseer Abel Whitney ; agent M C Brown ; selectmen Geo VV Lea- 
vitt, Thomas Hutchinson, Horace Hovey ; tru-^tees Thomas Reed, 
Washington Davis, N S Moiiey; listers Franklin Johnson, Theodore 
Slayton, 1 L Scribner; postmaster Jonas Abbot. 



Caledonia County* 

BJlRJ^ET.—CleTk John Shaw ; constable O S Hatch ; overseer 
John Harvey ; agent Wm Harvey ; superintendent A O Hubbard ; se- 
lectmen Geo Galbraiih, W^ulter Abbot, J C Gleason ; listers William 
Harvey, R P Hawley, Geo IS' utter ; postmasters F J Eastman, Barnet, 
; J E Kendall, Passumpsic, Wooster Hunt, Mclndoes Falls. 

BURKE. — Clerk Asahel Burrington ; constable Daniel B Denison ; 
overseer and agent Daniel Beckwith ; superintendent Rufus Godding ; 
selectmen Charles Godding, Asa Smith, Shelden Coe ; trustees Asa- 
hel Burrington, Abel Biown, G W Denison ; listers G W Fyler, H E 
Woodruff, L H Finney ; postmasters Joel Trull, Burke, John Bacon, 
East B. 

C./3fiO 7.— Clerk Thomas Osgood; constables B F Scott, Lucius 
Dyer ; overseer B F Scott; agent John McLean; superintendents M 
P Wallace, G W Stone, Edwin Fisher ; selectmen Jacob Way, M O 
Fisher, Jewett Walbridge ; trustees M O Fisher, Paul Dean, J R 
Putnam; listers Milton Fisher, Daniel Gould, Thomas Lyfordjr.; 
postmaster Elijah Perry. 

DAJ^'VILLE. — Clerk Archelaus Sias ; constable John Currier ; 
overseer Stephen Stevens ; agent Theron Howard ; superintendents 
\ David Perry, C G Burnham ; selectmen Stephen Stevens, Moses Ste- 
vens, S B Mattocks ; trustees G B Chandler, Seneca Ladd, Harvey 
T Moore ; listers Nathan Thompson, I i\ Colby, S S Clarke ; post- 
masters J C Fuller, Danville, W J Stanton, North D. 

GROTOM— Clerk I N Hall ; constable John Roberts ; overseer 
Peter Whitehill ; agent John Taisey ; superintendent J B Darling ; 
selectmen Hugh Dunn, Daniel Roberts- Percival Bailey; trustees 
Hugh Dunn, Wm Darling ; listers I N Hall ; Eben Paul, Daoiel Dar- 
ling ; postmaster Wm Darling. 

HJiRDTVICK.—C\erk D W Aiken; constable Simeon Sinclair; 
overseers (selectmen) ; agent L H Delano; superintendents A M 
Blaii . Joseph Underwood, Nathan Denison ; selectmen A E Judevine, 
Wm Blair, Enoch Smith ; trustees L H Delano, A E Judevine, Orra 
Crosby; listers D W Aiken, Joshua Stevens, Duslin Grow; post- 
masters Harvey Montgomery, Hardwick, Enoch Smith, North H., D 
W Aiken, South H. 

KJRBY.—Cletk C H Graves ; constables John Russell, B B Nick- 
i erson ; overseer Horace Burroughs; sgent and trustee A W Bur- 
roughs : selectmen C W Carpenter, B B Nickeison, Luther Wood jr.; 
listers Benjamin Nutter, Sullivan Ranney, Joel Locke. 

iFJ\^Z>OJV.— Clerk J M Hoyt ; constable C H Roberts ; overseer 
and agent C W McKoy ; superintendent AJWillard; selectmen E 
Chamberlin, F L Walker, P Houghton ; trustee Alanzo Bemis ; lis- 
ters J T G Cunningham, Ephraim Chamberlin, Welcome McGafiey; 
postmasters Ephraim Chamberlin, Lyndon, J M Hoyt, Lyndon Centre. 

J^E fVARK—C\e:k, agent and superintendent L M fe'leeper; cons- 
table J Gi. A Packer ; overseer James Wire; selectmen L M Sleeper, 



48 TOWX OFnCKRS AIVO roSTMAtTBR*. 



j Henry DoIIoff, Jabes Smith ; trustees Obed Jolmsun, Henry Dolloff, 
I L M Sleeper ; listers Henry DoUofi*, Uoliis Bruce, Hirum Aliard ; 
I postmaster Hollis Bruce. ' 

I PEACIUM. — Clerk David Merrill ; constable F F Hulchins ; 
overseers (selectmen); agent Trustrum Sanborn; pupeiintendeiits 
; David Metrill, H P Cushing, D W Peck; selectmen Moses Martin, 
A Goodnough, Franklin Varnum ; tiustoesS A Chandler, Hazen Mer- 
< rill, £ C Chaniberlin; listers Lyman Watts, Joseph Pattridge, John 
I McLaughlin ; postmaster E C Brown. 

I RYEG.iTE.— Clerk Geo Cowles ; constable David Nelson ; agent 
i Harry Moore ; superintendent J M Beattie ; selectmen John McLure, 
I J R Park, Thomas Xelsonjr.; trustee Robert Dickson ; listers .\bram 
' VVhilehill, Rol)firt Hall jr., \Vm Henderson jr.; postmaster G Cowlea. ^ 

SJIEFFfF.LD.—CleTU. James Townsend ; constable G VV Jenness j 
[overseer Francis Jenness ; agent Moses Davis ; selectmen HicI Brad- 
! ley, Hollis IngalU-, C L In^alls ; trustee J P Ingalls ; listers J F In- 
I galls, L 51 M Gray, D M Berry ; postmaster Josepli-Ide. 
I ST. J OlfJ^'SBUR v.— Llctk Jery Dickerman ; constable and over- 
i seer John Morse ; agent Solomon Andrews; superintendents Beau- 
' roan Butler, J P Bancroft, L, B Harrington; selectmen John Morse, 
I Kusseli Hallet, David Chapman; trustees Moses Kittredge, John 
' Morse, D W Lee ; listers Moses Kittredge, Charles Stark, L B Har- 
rington ; postmasters G C Barney, St. Johusbury, VV P Sloughtun, St. 
I J, Centre, David Goodall, East St. J. 

1 SUTTOJV — Clerk Nchemiah Shaw; constable A H Bartlett ; 
overseer Jo»iah VVilley ; agent Jonathan Richardson ; superintendent 
i H W Easterbrooks ; selectmen J M Putnam, Jusiuh Willey, Lorenzo 
I Howard ; trustee David Giffin ; listeria Ralph Jacobs, Joualhuu East- 
; man, John Loild jr.; postmaster Nuliemiuh Shaw. 
I »FjJ£,Z)£wV.— Clerk Daniel VVooster ; constable Hiram Perkina ; 
I overseer and agent Robert White ; superintendent A F Gould ; se- 
; Icctmen, Edward Furrington.Sereno Montgomery, Pai ley S Johnson ; 
I trustees Hiram Pf.rkins, Merrill Foster, Nathaniel Farringion ; lis- 
ters L F Edwards, Jnines Holmes, T W Vincent ; postmasters Isaac 
' Patterson. VValden, Leonard F'arringion, South W . 
1 H'J1TKRF.0RD.—L:ii:rk L L Freeman ; constable F R Carpenter ; 
'■ overseer J \ Gould ; agent Royul Ross ; superiulendent R Arrning- 
fon ; selectmen Dennis May, Uufus Hurlburt, Abel Goss ; trustee 
, Jesse Bishop ; liiitcif- Ira Richardson, Willard Stoddard, Oren Henry; 
, postmasters E C Parks, Water ford, J Ci Hovl, Lower VV. 

iVJinELOClC.—V\etk John VV Brown ; consUible Willi.im Chase ; 
overseer Sewnll Bradley ; agrnt Jciftrrson Crce ; itup.rintfniienl 
I f.'harles Rogers jr. ; selectmen Charlrj. MutthcwNon jr., S D (Jray, 
j Joiiiison Bean ; truHlec E M Magoon ; lixters E M Muj;ooii, E F Dar- 
ling, Charles Sanborn; postmustcr Bewail Bradley. 

Frauhlin Conuly* 

B^KERSFrELD.—CUik S B Hazelline ; consUblc J D Freeman ; 

, orem'-er and ngcnt W C Wilson ; superintendents J S ."panlding, H 
J Moore, t; (• |{|4ber ; selectmen Selh Oukcs, J F Brighum, C C 
Stone ; trnnti-cs T W Scott, Ira Fay, C C Stone ; listers John 51on<j, 
Jo«iah Hoiizlitcin, Lyman Welts ; postmaster OC Siono. 

BF.RKmtlRE. — Clerk and truitoo Linu* Lcovens ; constables Eb 
cnezer Wold, J W Leavens; overseer P P Leavens ; n^ont Jasper 
Knnd ; nuncrintendf-nt ,M B flail; selectmen JnHpcr Rand, I* V I^e:i- 
vens. L .M Hart ; Irsir-rs L H Wheclor, W S RubU-e, l/cwis Eivins , 
postroasteri Lovel Slow, Berkshire. Hoary Ladd, East 13., Ja«ucr 

i R.and, West B. 



TOWS OFFICERS AND POSTMASTERS. 49 



j EA^OSBUROH.— Clerk TS Piatt; constable and overseer Henry 
' VValbridge ; agent C B Maynard; superintendent Kollin Eaton; se- 
lectmen V B Maynard, Bennett Eaton, F C Kimball ; trustees Jonas 
Boutell, Chester Waller, Philauder L'hadwick ; listers J M Dean, 
Henry Walhridge, U N Barber; postmasters Marco Eaton, Enos- 
; burgli, Lewis Herrick, West E., Samuel Kendall, Enosburgh Falls. 

I'lilRF^X.— Clerk S W Bruish ; constables Keuben Dewey, Geo 
I Brown ; overseer J H Farneswortli ; agent AnsouSoule ; superintend- 
; ent Hiram Bellows ; selectmen N M Learned, Alanson Webster, 
: Ami Wilson ; trustees H E Hubbell, Albert Ufford, C H Beeman ; 
; listers Haskel Lewis, S W Brush, H C iSaflbrd ; postmasters John R 
i Halbcrt, Fairfax, A fc> Beeman, North F. 

I FAIRFIELD. — Clerk Joseph Soule ; constable Ormond Bradley ; 
1 overseer Jonathan Sherwood ; agent Harmon Northrop ; superintend- 
i ents E W Sherman, S L Allen, Bradley Barlow ; selectmen Harmon 
i Northrop, Bradley Barlow, Hiram Chandler ; trustees Joseph Soule, 
! J A Farnsworth, Harmon Northrop: listers J A Farnsworth, Lyman 
I Koyce, Joseph Bowdish ; postmasters £ K Barlow, Fairfield^ H H 
j Beardsley, East Fairfield. 

I FLETCHER. — Clerk Demas Robinson ; constable Reuben Arm- 
strong ; overseer Guy Kinsley ; agent N R Bingham ; superintendent 
A B Parsons ; selectmen Joseph Elsworth jr , Z W Strait, Bingham 
Kinsley ; trustees Guy Kinsley, Z W Strait, John Kinsley ; listers 
E Freen;an, N R Bingham, Ichabod Chase ; postmaster Charles Blair. 
FIij3J\rKLIJ\r. — Cletk John Adams; constable Vincent Hozkin ; 
overseer J P Olds ; agent J J Deavitt ; superintendent L S French ; 
selectmen J H Hubbard, Isaac Warner, R Sowle jr.; trustees Nahum 
Temple, Lathrop Marsh, S C Nobles ; listers J K Whitney, Z Shedd 
jr., Jonathan Sowle; postmaster Alonzo Green. 

QEOROIA. — Cleik Lorenzo Janes; constable Wm K Warner; 
overseer Abner Bliss; agent Cyrus Hotchkiss ; superintendent Na- 
than Dean ; selectmen Abner Bliss, James Godfrey, Moses Wight- 
man ; trustees Caleb Stoddard, Jame3 Godfrey, Cyrus Hotchkiss ; lis- 
ters Cyrus Hotchkiss, Porter Danforth, B S Bullard ; postmaster Al- 
bert Bliss. 

HIGHGJiTE.— Clerk Wm Robinson ; constable O F Robinson ; 
overseer I S Jenison ; agent Benjamin Peake; superintendent Noah 
Best; selectmen Daniel Watson, I S Jenison, Henry Stinehour ; 
trustees W C Stephens, Noah Best, I S Jenison ; listers Daniel Her- 
rick jr., E D Hyde, J A Cutler ; postmasters S S Keyes, Highgate, 
D H Farringtoii, East H., Allen Barr, Saxe Mills, Cyrus Thompson, 
Highgate Springs. 

M OXT a OMERY— Clerk B W Fuller ; constable A S Lamson ; 
oveiseers (selectmen); agent D H Bailey ; superintendent Sewall 
Paine ; selectmen D H Bailey, H H Rawson, Moses Scott; trustees 
Levi Janes, Isaac Head jr., E W Bush ; listers W L Martin, N VV 
Clapp, Rufus Hamilton ; postmaster Jonathan Gates. 

RICHFORD. -Clerk and agent S P Carpenter ; constable L H Goff ; 
overseer Jesse Woodruff; superintendents J S Royce, S P Carpen- 
ter ; selectmen W^ra Corliss, H D Farrar, Joseph Rounds jr.; trustees 
Jay Powell, Joseph Noyes,S P Carpenter ; listers W^ra Y Wightman, 
A A Brown, Jesse Woodruff; postmaster G R Butler. 

SHELDOJr.— Clerk A M Brown ; constable R A Shattuck ; over- 
seer Andrew Durkee; agent and superintendent Bryant Hall ; se- 
, lectmen Wm Green, Asa Wilson, Henry Chamberlain ; trustees Al- 
I j Ired Keith, Wm Green, Jacob Wead ; listers Wanton Hazard, Jacob 
Wead, Alanson Draper; postmasters Alfred Keith, Sheldon, S H £1- 
drid. East Sheldon. 



50 TOWN OFFICERS ATtD rOBTMA^TEKS. 

ST". ^LBjJJVS.— Clerk. \Vm Bridges ; constnblwB Coroeliun Palmer, 
J C Babbitt ; overseer Cornelius Palmer; acrrt A>a O Aldis ; super- 
intendent G F Houghton ; selectmen T VVt^mith, 1< H Boais, Corne- 
uelius Stilphin; trustees 11 H Hoyt, H L Nichols, J G Smith ; listers 
M ^V Hunt, J H Brooks, D M. Bogue ; postmasinr L L Dutclier. 

S/rj5.V7'OJV.— Clerk W y Thiiyer ; constable Jesse Barber; over- 
seer Bradford Scott ; ugent E \V Habcock ; superintendent Warren 
Robinson ; selectmen N E Jcnisori, V S Ferris, H VV Barney ; trus- 
tees Geo Green, Eraslus Jevett, H B Fairnr ; listers Geo Bullard, 
Harvey Ilice, W H Blake ; postmasters H B Farrar, Swanton Fulls, 
E B Rounds, Centre, D H Benjimiin, West S. 



OrlfauB Counft/. 

ALB^XY. — Clerk Luther Delano; fonstal)lo T C Miles ; ovcr- 
■eei and agent Nathan Bedee ; superintendiMit Wni W Rowell; se- 
lectmen Jabcz Page, i H McClary, Luke Story ; trustees Dyar Bill, | 
John Sanborn, Hiram Chafey ; lis-ters Luther Uelaiio, Samuel Mor- , 
rill, N H Holt ; postmaster Jonathan Fitz. { 

fij5i?rO.V.—Cleik William Graves ; constable L D Wilson ; over-' 
seer Daniel Smith ; agent Cyrus Knton ; superintendent Merrick , 
Mansfield ; selectmen George Leiand, Jeru Mansfield, Cyrus Eaton ; ! 
trustees ACL obinson, Jera MansHeld, Luther Merriam ; lister* 
Franklin Farley, Orin Cutler, Harrison Stanton ; postmaster Horace 
Pierce. 

BROirXL\'nTOX,-CAcxk Chester Gilbert ; constable A K Smith; 
overseer W C Parker ; agent Paige Reniick ; supcrintrndents Wm 
I Scales, J F Skinner ; selectmen L Chamberlin, George Rico, Samuel 
I Ward ; trustees Elisha While, Nathan Wjtrd, T C Stewait ; lisleri 
' F D Merrill, Wm Twombly, A S Eaton ; postmaster F O Merrill. I 
! CllJiRLESTOX.—CXciV. Amos Parlin ; constables Jacob Rich- ! 
I nr<ls, Alpha Allyn ; overseer Cliauncey Fuller ; auent N S Clarke ; | 
{ superintendent Elijah Robinson ; sflectmon Ira Warren, S B Cooley, , 
Willard Chase; trustees Hilton Brackett, Daniel Webster, Jacob, 
Fuller ; listers J P Tyler, Daniel Webster, W B Cole ; poslmuatett 
Alpha Allvn, East Charleston, S M Cobb, West C ■ 

COyEXTRy.—Vletk S S Kendall ; constable H W Root ; over- 
Reer Bonjumin Bowman; agent Holland 'riirashcr ; superintendent A i 
R Gay ; selectmen Warren Mitrlu'l, Ira Boynton, J B Wbeelock ; j 
I trustees Amasa Plastridge, Philip Flanders, Isaac Parker ; li»ter* Lo- 
I ring Frost, Charles Thrasher, Lraslus Wiiglit ; jiostmaster iiulland ^ 
I Thrasher. I 

j CR^9FTSBURy.—C]eTk and constable Joseph Scolt ; overseer i 
Stephen Sherman ; agent A R French ; superintendent S R Hall ; se- 
locimen G F Spraguc, Stephen Bahcock, Orrin llatiinian ; trusieei* , 
I J A Pudduck, H F Allen, Juiieph Scott; liotois W J Hastings, Josopb ; 
Scott, Hiruni Merrill; iHMlniuslem Joseph Scott, Craftsbury, Stephen I 
Sherman, South C. ( 

IJI'.RBY. — Clerk Orem Newcomh; constables Harry Hinmnn, N N 
Orcutt ; overerseer Emery Stewuit ; agent J L Iklwnrdi ; -upurin- 
tendent Mylon Merriatn ; selucinien Ornui Newconib, Aaron Hinmnn, 
IruFisb; trustees N Colby, Benj Hinmuo, C Carpenter ; lifters O 
Newcomb, Zenas Cobb, Snmu'il Chuaey ; poituiast»rs N Colby, Der- 
" ' ... - uHing, West D, 



I by, £ G Johnson, Derby Line, CSC 
I OLOr^ii— C'lerk J H Dwinell ; 
1 Nathan Norton ; afent and nuperinte 



constable Dan Gray ; overseer 
perintendent I N Cushman ; selectmeo 
A P Bean, L^ndal Frenrh. J H Dwinell ; trustee Jomes Simonds ; lis- 
ters James Simoods, li .S Bickford, Uiraui McLellaa ; postmaster 1 
B Smith. 



TOAVN 0FFICEK3 AND FOSTMASTERS. 51 

OREE.XSBORO. -C\erk Xathan Cutler ; constable Jabpz Pinnney; 
overseer John Sawyer; a?ent E A Randall ; superintendent H Hill ; 
selectmen \Vm Bailey, J N Stevens, J C Tibbetts ; trustee William ' 
Bailey ; listers Jabez Pinney, John Simpson, E G Piabbitt j postmas- | 
ter Samuel Lii^alls. j 

HOLL.iJ\rD.—C]eTk Aaron Davis; constable and agent J C Rob-' 

inson ; overseer M CFerrin; superintendent J T Hovvard ; select- 1 

i men Joshua French, Harry Pinney, Lewi? A!boe ; trustees John i 

! Meid, Aaron Davis, Jo?hui Fiench ; listers Perry Pratt, Jos Flelch-; 

er, J C Robinson ; postmaster J C Robinson. ■ 

IR^SBURGH.— Clerk H M Bates ; constable John Guild ; over- 1 
seers (selectmen); agent and superinten.Ient T P Redfield ; select- [ 
men Alexander Jameson. S R Locke, E C Kimball ; trustees Samuel j 
Conaiit, R P Skinner. T P Redfield; listers Gpo W Hardy, Albert A I 
Webster, T P Redfield ; postmaster T P Redfield. 

J.iY. — Clerk Willard Walker ; constable Ithamer Hadiock ; over- 
seer Willard Hoyt ; agent Lanson Sanborn ; superintendents William 
Williams, Orin Emerson ; selectmen Hiram Hadiock, Joshua Cham- j 
berlin. Ami Brown; trustees Willard Walker, Wm Williams, Lan- 
son Sanborn ; listers Willard Hoyt, S S Ovett, Giks Wilcox ; post- 1 
master Lanson Sanborn. \ 

I.OlVFJ.L—CAcTk Wm Rrown ; constable Amasa Paine; overseer' 
Bpr.jamin Spalding; agent .loseph Brown; superintendent Calvin j 
Wakefield; selectmen Thomas Wooley, I?enjainin Spaldiai:; tru.-- ! j 
|£es Charles Leland, Laban Sprague, A F Harding; listers Laban ' j 
SpraguR, Abel Curtis. John Harding; postmaster Wm Hrown. | 

MORGJIX. — Clerk, asent and superintendent Charles Cummings ; i 
constable Lorenzo Williams ; overseer William Cob!) ; selectmen ; 
Z C Cole, A H Twombly. Austin Barilett ; trustees Charles Cum- 
mings, David Hamblett, Wm Cobb ; listers Charles Cummings, A D 
Cfaik. V S Alhee, Reucl Cobb ; postmaster Samuel Barilett. 

J^''E'.VPORT.— £\'ixk Seymour Lane ; constable, overseer, agent 
and superintendent Gen W Kendall ; selectmen G W Kendall, Ros- 
well Prouty, Freeman 31i!ler ; trustees Seymour Lane, Orville Rob- 
inson, G W Kendall : !i,-tors Luther Baker, Dudley Holbrook, Phiue- 
as Page ; postmaster Phineas Page. 

SALEM — ClerkSaniuel Blake; constable Isaac Senter ; over.seer j j 
Horace Crandal ; agent and superintendent C S Grow ; selectmen C 
S Grow. Horace Crandal, Daniel Chase ; trustees D<;niel Chase, C S 
Grow.Edson Lvon ; listers C S Grow, John Wilson, Samuel Blalce. 

T'itOJ".— Clerk W C Gilman ; const;ible James Hamilton; over- 
pGL-r i\cwland Perkins ; agout Ralph Cham!)orlin ; superintendent L 
tv -Moore ; selectmen Ralph Chamberlin, Ira A Bailey, James Hous- ' | 
ton; trustee Madison Stcb!)in5 ; listers Harvey Elkins 2d, Mark Cur- ' 
tis. F V. Corey ; postmasters F H Corey, Troy', L M Parkhurst, North j 
Trov, J \ Pearlev, Troy Furnace. 

IVE^TFIELD.—Clc'rk Asa Decker ; constable Calvin Reed ; over- 
sepi- Hollis Atwell; agent Arad Hitcbcock: superintendent James D 
Hills ; selectmen D F Boynt(jn, Thomas K?lly, Henry Richardson ; 
trustee Luther Pago ; listers Arad Hithcock, Ephrkim Hodgkins, A 
C Hitchcock : postma-ter Hsnry Richardson. 

WESTJ^TORE—Clerk and agent Calvin Gibson; rons;abIe and 
superintendent Petor Gilmaa ; overseer and trustee T K Bruce ; se- ; | | 
lectraen Peter Gilman. Homer Bingham, Wm Gilfillan ; listers Wm 
Gilfillan, Homer Bingham, Petor Gilman. 

Ijamoilie Coi^iiiy. 

BELFIDERE.—£\pAk and agent Phinehas Carpenter ; constable 



5ii TOWN OFFICERS A>!> PjSrMASlEHS. 



JereShuttuck ; overseer Moody Shaltnck j superijitendent .MW Pow- 
I era ; Belecimen A K VVhitUinoie, Jere Jj-liattuc^, Tliomas Potter; 
j trustee Pbinehas Carpeater ; listers riiinehad CarpgrHer, Amos Tliom- 
I as, Randall Shattuck. 

I CAMBRIDGE. — Clerk and superintendent J C Bryant ; constables 
j Jason Craine, Jesse Sears ; overseer Aathan AlcFarland ; ugent Mar- 
1 tin Wires ; sclecirnen Giles A liarber, Enoch Curllun, John VVarn<'r ; 
j trustees Henry Siowell, B S Miner, Giles A Barber ; listers David 
I French, Adaison ?ou)e, D VV Cutting; posliuasiers Erastas Meach, 
I Cumbridrje, Nathaniel Head, Jeffersonville. 

I EDEJ\i'. — Clerk and superintendent John T Pratt ; constable Philo 
I A Matthews; overseer W'inslow V\ ju'clock ; iigerit (Jlark Fisk ; se- 
lectmen Ainasa .""tevens, Elislia Wilkins jr., Jotin Mor;jan; trustee 
Stephen Phillips ; listers Asa t'milli, Amos VVilkius, W'iaslow W hee- 
lock ; postmaster W'liwlow Wheelock. 

ELMORE. — Clerk and constable Abel Camp ; overseer Lester 
Tillotson ; agent G \V Bailey ; selectmen G W Bailey, J?iineon Biidge, 
Lester Tillnuon ; trustees G W Bailey, Lester Tlliotson. S G Glines; 
listers H P Dotv, H H Elmore, S H Glinos ; postmaster Jesse Scott. 

HYDEPARk.—ClcTk Lucius H .\oyes ; constable C S Noyes ; 
overseer Jefferson Colileigh ; agent X P Kceler ; superintendent A- 
riel Huntnn ; selectmen ira Hirrrfck, Soloiuon Brown jr., David (Camp- 
bell; trustees Levi Edgerton, L U Noyes, P G Camp (dead); lis.ers J 
C Page, Levi Edgerton, 6 Brown jr.; i)oslmaster C S iXoyes. . 

JOHJVSOJS;'. — Clerk S S Pike ; Constable csamuel Morgan; over- I 
seer A VV Caldwell ; agent Moses Morse ; superintendents L O Ste- r 
vens, 1 A Manning, A H Andrews; selectmen Geo W Hill, Dean E 
Knight, Calvin V\'h)tney ; trustees Joseph VVuteruian, Asa Andrews, 
Jacob Hay ford ; listers VVm VV White, C H Clark, J C Dodge ; posl- 
niafiter ?< ri Pike. 

MAJ^".^ FIELD.— Clerk Sylvester Edson ; constable and agent A- 
mander Peterson ; overseer Joseph Dake ; superintendent Guy Nut- 
ting ; selectnjen VVm Nason, II G Atkins, E A Town ; trustees Ivory 
Luce, Guy Nutting, Jaoies Huriis ; listers J A ;Simunds, L Russell,! 
L Harlow jr. 

MORRISTOIFJ^'.— Clerk Alfred C Boardman ; constable Almerin 
Tinker ; overseer Nelson felocomb ; uijent L P Poland ; selectmen | 
V W Waterman, B L Hand, L P Poland ; trustees D P Noyes, John 
Fcrrin, John West; listers OrloCad), J P West, Charles Gosa ; post- j 
master Daniel Gilbi-rt. 

STEHLIJ^G. — Clerk Arad Bak»;r ; constable John Baker ; overseer 
Reuben Clark ; rgent Barnet Darlin;: ; supeiintendent Aniander Kell-| 
iim ; selectmen Elijah Bingham, Bainet i)iirliDg, Silas Mosher; trus- | 
tees lleuitun Clark, McDaniel Greg;;, :-olomon Uobcibloii ; listers I 
Oliver Snundeis, ^°olomon Roberston, Am.inder Kellam. 

S'l'Oli'E. — Clerk J II Bennett; constable L J Town ; overseer N 
II I'homas ; agent Noah Robinson jr.; superintendents George Wil- [ 
kins, N R Marshall ; selectmen W II il Bingham, George Raymond, I 
Marvin Dutton ; trustees \V H H Bingham, Nathaniel Russell, Mur- 1 
vin Dutton ; Ii'Ktn J LHwuzey, David Pratt, Daniel Wait jr.; post- 1 
master Niith'l Robjn^on. i 

IVjiTERVlLl.t: —Clerk Moses Fisk ; constable Geo VV Wilbur ; ' 
overseer Aloheua Murxu ; agent J C Holmes ; itupcriutendents Elias \ 
G Page, Z VV A Leuch, Charles Robiiisou ; wlectmci) W h> Brown, i 
Wm Wilbur, Eliphalut BruHh ; trustees Osgood McFurland, Moses i 
Fisk, E G Page ; listers Geo W Wilbur, E L Crosier, Thomas Fail- } 
banks ; postmaRter Richard T Cull. I 

WOLCOT'r.—Clcjk VV G Forrin ; eonatahlc tn<l ofent Utac Pes. 



TOWN iFFtCKKS AND POSTMASTERS. 53! 

! nock ; overseer P S Benjamin ; superinteoflent Thomas deed ; se- ! 
' lectmen Isaac Pennock, Lyman Titus, D K Andrus : trustees Isaac { 
I Pennoct, Lyman Titus, D K Andrews ; listeis D G Pen.iocli; C Gi 
I Moulton, Joel Martin 3 postmaster Isaac Peanock. I 

Jf^ssm C'oinity. 1 

BLOOMFrELD.— C]erk V\ illiam Stevens; constable Alva Ste- 
ven* ; oversf^crs (selectmen) ; agent Selden Burliank ; superintendent! 
S VV Holbrook ; selectmen Wm Stevens, S W Holbrook, S N Silver ; I 
trustee Orlando Sfioff; listers Henry Fuller, W R Silver, Wm Bjir- 
bank ; postmaster S F Silver. | 

BRTGHTO.V —Clerk E!ias Aldrich ; constable Harvey Coe ; over- 1 
seer Geo T Rosbrook ; agent Jonathan Gilman ; superintendent Har- 1. 
ris Brown; selectmen EJias Aldricli, Harris Brown, Jonathan Gil-j 
tnan ; trustees (selectmen) ; listers John Stevens, Harris Brown, A- I 
mos Currier. 

BRUJ^'SiriCK.— Clerk Fains Schoff; constable Joel B English ; j 
overseer, a^ent and trustee David Hyde ; superintendent D M Smith ; | 
selectmen D^ivid Hyde, Eiisha Webster ; listers C C Lounsbury, Ja- j 
cob W "^chofF, J B English ; postmaster David Hyde. I 

C^A14.f..V.— Clerk Wm Rich ; constable Harvey Hinman ; over- j 
seers (selectmen); an;ent Win Rich : superintendent G L Frizzle ; se- 
lectmen Hugh Kennedy. Wm Morrill, K B Fletcher ; listers Harvey I 
Hinman, Wm Weeks, E R Frizz-Je ; postmaster A .M Morrill. ; 

CO.VCOft£>.— Clerk H G Fry ; constaMe H R Darlinsr : overseei ; 
John Morse; a^ent David Hibbard jr.; superintendent Wm B -Alay ; • 
j Beiectnien John Morse, Jenison Ciirruth, Wm B May; listers John; 
' Morse, Jame* Joslin, Ehenezer Holbrook ; postmaster J G Darling. I 
j r^Sr .H.^r£:.V.— Clerk H W Beldin; constable H L Walter;! 
i overseer Abraham Po\v(?rs : agent Manning Walter; superintendent! 
I Joel Avery; BHectmen M H Waiter. C C Tlmrher, Elijah Avery ; ! 
i trustee Manning Waller ; listers C C Thurber, H B Walter, Russell j 
I Hosfbid. ! 

! GRA.\''BY. — Clerk and overseer Gershom Carpenter; eonstaWe j 
i Theron Webb 2d : superintendent Loomis Wells ; selectmen Henry | 
, Hartshorn, Jonathan .Matthews jr., Ashley Appleton ; trustees Ashley i 
! Appletim, Gershom Carpenter, F G Appleton ; listers Chatles Che- 
i ney, A W Riee. J D Jackson. 

{ GUfLDH.^LL.—Oeik John Dodge ; constable George Hubbard ; 
! overseer Isaac Cnmmings ; agent Wm Heywood jr.; superintendent 
H L \>:itson ; selectmen Jonathan Benjamin. R W Freeman, Pliny ; 
Rosbrook ; trustee E H Webb ; listers M A Webb, J P Denison, An- j 
son Fisk ; postmaster H L Watson. 

LEMLYGTOJ\r.—Cleik, constable and trustee Abdiel Blodgett ; j 
overseer Thomas Holbrook ; agent Beach Blodgett ; selectmen Beach ' 
Blodgett, John Bailey 2d, Audi us Blodgett ; listers Beach Blodgett, | 
Zebina Blodgett, Erastus Lines ; postmaster Abdiel Blodgett. i 

LUjVEjXBURGJI.~C]<2rk Stephen Howe; constable' J W Put-' 
nam ; dverscer James Morse jr.; agent R C Benton ; superintendent ] 
Joel Chandler ; selectmen James Morse jr., XW French, RoswelT 
Bowkpr: trustee James Thomas; listers William Morse, Stephen | 
Powers, Edmund Powers ; postmaster Xath'l W French. i 

MAIDSTO.VE —Clf-rk D C Kimball; constable James Cowles ; I 
overseer and trustee Jacob llich ; agent Azariah Webb; selectmen | 
Moody Rich, D H Beattee, F H Keves ; listers Jacob Rich, J C Stan- 1 1 
ley. P R Follansbee 

VICTORY. — Clerk Jeremiah In grab am ; constable and agertt Cy- 
rus Smith ; overseers (selectmen) ; superintendent J B Hill ; select- 



5-4 TOW.-S OKFlCr.US am) rosrMASTtKS. — AXTOBMiVS. 

men Kber Stearns, Ansell Ilamium, Hubbard Gaies3 listers Juhn J ' 
SJLores, Win il Siearns, John fci Pike. 

fii'and Sale CcTtittt/. 

^LBURC,H—Q\crk U \V .Ames ; constables C II Clark, Nathan N 
Xiles ; overseers William Sovvles ; a^unt (iiles Harrington ; su- 
perintenilent Asa Reynolds j selectmen Danford Molt, Duucud Mc 
Grcggr, A K Manning; trustees J M Mott, H 11 UcynolJs, rflephen j 
Mott; iistcri Oilandu llell, D S i^weet, Lewis Sowles jr.; post-, 
masters S J Davis, Alburgh, W L Sowles, West A., Elislia Keynolda, ! 
Alburgh Ppringn. 

OR.ijVV ]^LE.—C\e\k J A Chamberlin ; coostsble R B Griffith ; | 
overseer Tlioinas H Gcyrdon ; a»ent Jabez Ludd ; superintendent Abel | 
Brown ; selectmen William Ikown, S B Gordon, John Hyde; Irus- i 
tees Lewis Ladd, A ^5 I'earl, D E Griswold ; listers George W Hyde, j 
Jabez Ladd, Seth Gordon ; poslmajter A H W Jackson. 

JULE Ui J\IOTT. — '..lurk and superintendent Ira HjII; constables 
S H I'ikc, William f'cotl 3 overseer J H 'J"obi,is ; agent Wni Wail; 
sel'jciineii Joseph Box* man, Hiram Hall, Henry Pike ; trustees Wni 
Dawson, Ira Hill, D V Goodsell ; li.-iters Peter Fleuiy, Hairy Hill, 
D V Goudseil, A L Holcunib, H S Fi»k ; postmaster Joseph ;? Hill, 
Viueynrd. 

XORTH Iir.RO.-9V.WtV. J W Brown ; constable, agent and super- 
ntendeiit Gary Whitney ; overseer Augustus Knighl ; selectmen Joel 
Allen, Elijah HayneSjJabeZ Hazen ; liuslees Augustus KniglU,Gary 
Whitney, Asahcl Allen; listers Lewis Btowuson, John Dodds, V ti 
Hazen ; postmaster Horace Wadsworlh. 

6VUTH HERO.~C\vxV. O G Wheeler; constable T D Dixon ; 
overseers (selectmen) ; agent T While ; superintendent Abraham i 
HurtJing; seicctmen Frankhn Rol)inson, O.'-ange Plielp-., David Cor- 
iiin ; trustee George Landun ; lisieis Giibeil Alleu, Geo Jjundon, C 
U Perii;o ; portiiiuiiter Z G Ulark.^ . 



AKoriieys In Versnowit. 
Eeiniiiiglau Cottiily. 

Jirlinrrton — IlarrnoM Can lie hi. 

Bcniiiiigti/u — Daviil Kobiii-on, Henry Kellogg, Picrpoiot Isham, U 

jVI Uobin-on, S H Clacknu-r, John S Kobin^oii, W S .^outhworth, A 

P Lyman, T W Park, .'\ -M liuling, Trumau Huting, Geo W Hitrmon, 

J L tlurk jr., Turanl Sibley, O C Merrill. 

JU-r.iel—Cyxuii Furwell. 1 

J\lanchei:ie, — L Surgeant, H K FowUr, A L Miner, E B Burton, 

Daniel lioberts jr., S ;?wit't. 

yuiciiuL — A li Gardner. | 

n.ta<Uburv'—V^'vA H Follclt. j 

RuptrL—^\i\.\viXi\ Durtun. J 

If'tu^httut €'oHuly* j 

Bratlleboro^— Ana Kcyen, L Kirkland, J U Biadley, L G Moad, 1 
Eoyal Tyler, K \V Clark, G..o B KeycB. 

firafloii — .Abi-hui M«Mldard. 

lluhjaj — Uaac il Barber, Janu;! L Stark. 

Jamaica — John E Butler. 

jMndonderry — Plin«'y 11 While. 

JVeic/une — Chark* K Field. 

Putney — John Kimball. 

Rockinirhum — Churicii J Walker, Geoigo fi Kvllogg, Horace Baxter, 
John N Baxter. 



ATTQRJfJEYS. 55 

Townahend — John Robercs, W Starke, James H Phelps. 
H'ardiboro^ — Richard VV Smith. 
fVe>tini,mer-.Wm C Bradley, N T Slieafo. 
IVhitinghain — i\'a:hdn L BulJer, John Roberts jr. 
WLlmiiijrtoa — O L Sh after. 



Tf*hid8or County* 

Barnard — S R Streoter. 

Bethel— A P Hunton, I) F Weymouth, Alden Tu'lar. 

Cavendish — S F Dutton, John F Deaue, CaJvin French. 

Chester — Luther Adams, Oramel Hutchinson, Thomas RobiDSOa, 
J \V Richardson, Henry E Stoughton. } 

Hartford— Gtio E Wales. 

Litrf'oio— Reubeu Washburn, Sewall FuUam, Dan'l A Heald, Fred- 
erick C bobbins. • 

jYorwich — Haivey Burton, Aaron Loveland, John Wright, Thomas j 
J iNevins. 

Reading — J Q, Hawkins. 

Rochester — Sumuer A VVebhor. 

Royalton — Romanzo Walker, S W Slade, J S Marcy, D C Denison. 

Skaruii — Samuel Shuttleworth, W C French. 

Springfield — Sam'l W Porter, Henry Closson, N B SafFord. 

iv eat tier cfield — Charles Jarvis, VVni M Pingrey. 

Winds'tr — Horace Everett, Cailos CoolJdge, Jabez Sargeant, SH 
Price, Warren Currier, Thomas Hale. 

IVood^tuck — Jacob Collamer, Julius Converse, O P Chandler, Titus 
Huicbinsou. Edwin Hutchinson, Job Lyman, Charles Marsh, Lyndon 
A Marsh, C P Marsh, David Pieice, Andrew Tracy, P T Washburn. 



Mntland County* 

Benson — L C Kellogg, Milo W Smith. 

Brandon— B Duveaport, E N Briggs, E June, R V Marsh, C L Wil- 
liams, N D Parker. 

Castlcton—Z'uxiTi Howe, I T Wright, Almon Warner, B F Langdon. 

Danby—M H Cook. 

Fairhaven — Wm C Kittredge, Martin Copeland. 

jfliddleiown — Jonas Clark, Orson Clark, Caleb B Harrington, Elijah 
Ross. Roswell Buei jr., Barnes Frisbee. 

Pawlet — Faveite Potter. 

P ut^'or d— Gordon Newell, John G Newell, J R Newell. 

Poiiltncij—iames S Harris, 11 C Kellogg, Joan B Braman. 

Sftretoabttry — C H Crosby. 

Tinmruth — Obadiah Noble. 

lf'(dlingford—H Button, D E Nicholson. 



•SdditOH County. 

B/idport — Calvin Solace. 

Bristol— HoraUo r-eedham, Joseph C Bradley, 

Ferrisbargh — Solon Burroughs. 

J/(dii'e6ar!/— Horatio Seymour, Peter Starr, Samuel S Phelps, Ed- 
ward D Barber, J S Bushnell, Osias Seymour, Charles Linsley, J C 
Wicker, J A Beckwith, E R Wright, Doraatus Wooster. 

Oripell — Henry Hale. 

SaiLbury — John Colby, John Prout. 

Shorehain — Charles K Wri:,'ht. 

Starksboro' — A i\l liawkiay. 

Fera-ennes— Enoch D Vv'oodbridge, P Tucker, John Pierpoint, 
John Pdrker, G W Grandey, F E Woodbridge, P C Tucker jr. 



^ 



56 ATTORNEY St. 

Oransr^ Connlf/. 

Bradford— i W D Parker, S.tli Aii-^lin, R M K Ormsbee. 

Braintree — S Minot Flint, John H Hutchinson. 

Chelsea — Tliomas Jones, Jason Steele, Joiin W Smith, L B Vilai, 
P C Jone?, U'm Hebanl. 

Corinth— Wn) Spencer, E T Fnrr, D P Jones 

A'etcbunj — Joseph Berry. Abel Underwood, C B Lesli'i. j 

Orange — Asa M Dirkey. 

Randolph — \Vm Nutting, Philander Perrin, CharJeB Notlinf , Ed- 
mund Weston. J P Kidder M H Sessions, J W Twi«s 

Strfljforrf— Daniel Pobb. 

Thetford — Simeon Siiort. Abljuh Howard jr., J \V Bull. 

Topsham—J \V Batchelder. j 

Tunhridge — GustHvu* Rolfe, Xorman Duraal. I 

Washington — H A VV'bitn. 

ffilliamstovnt — Burnam Martin. 1 



Chiltentlen Cotiuty, 

Bxirlinfrfon — Alvnn Foote, Timothy Follf'tt", Amos Blod?Ptt. Isaac 
Warner, John N Pomeroy, Asahel Perk, D A Smalley, W W Peck, 
Henry Leavenworth, Lymnn rumniin::', .*? M Parsono, L Underwood, 
E J Phelps, C F Davey, Geo K Plntt, Oeo B Shaw, Willi.nm Weston, 
Wyliys Ijvman, Lucius E Chittenden, Salmon Wires, Uharlps D K:i»- 
son, D B Buckley, E A Stan^hury, J .McM Shnfter. E E Kellonir, D C 
Northrop, L R Ensleshv, ('hnrles Adam*, J S Adams, B Riiford, 
Charles Russell, T E W'ales, Carlos Buxtcr, .M L Benuett, Wm No- 
ble, Phineas Lyman. 

ColchestrT—X)&vu\ Rend, J H Allen. 

Rtsez — Jesse CTarpentcr, Guy C Prenlisa. 

IFintsbursh — Nahnrn Peck. 

JIunlinitton — D B H.nle. 

Jtricho — Elearei R Hard. 

Jfilton-A C, Whil'emore, Hector Adams, W W Onion, Joseph W 
Allen. H B Smith. 

Richmond — Wm P Biij^s, A B Maynard, E F Mead. 

Shelbunif — Jacob Maeck. 

Vnderhill—T) G Sawver. 

Wrstford — Warren Iloxsie. 

IVillidton — Chauncey Bruwncll, David French. 



l^'athiugton Vowtitu. 

^arre— Newell Kinsninn, E F, Fr<'nrh, C W Upton, D K Smith. 

Cfl/ai.«— Shubnel Wheeler, D H Fav. 

Middlrfer—W C McIntyre,H M Hafford. 

Montpi'lier — Samuel PrenlifM, rvruf Ware. Wm Upbam, Peck & 
Colby, () H Smith, H H Reed, Thomnfi Reed, Azel .<paMin?, J Y 
Vail. D P Thompson, H W llc.iton, J A Vail, Charles Reed, Geo W 
Reed, Jos A Prentisn, F F Merrill, Charles W Prentiss. 

Moretojcn — Rojer G Bulkley. 

,Vrtr/A/?^W— John L Buck, rfemnn Carpenter. 

Plnivdrld — Jos A Winjj, Lewis Chambcrlin. 
Haitififl/I — nenjnmin II Adam*. 

H'alerburij—Mt.n Carpenter, H F Janes, Paul Dillinffhan, Rufut 
Smith, Win Richardson. 



Caledonia founts 

Bamet — Mordccni Hale, Wooslcr Hunt. 
Burke — David tJhudwick. 



ATTORNEYS. 57 

Cabot — John M Lean, Geo W Stone. 

Dinville — Geo B Chandler, Theron Howard, C S Dane, Gnstarua 
A Burbank. 

Groton — ^Josefih Pott?. 
' 'Tlnrdwick—.K M Blair. Bliss X Davis. 

I.uvdon — Tborna? Rirtlett jr., Geo C CabooD, E A Gaboon, Wm O 
i Fuller, JaniP? K Smith. 

Peacham — S A rhnndlcr, William Mattocks 
i St. Jnhvsbury — Ephrnim Paddock, O T Brown. 
[ Snfton— John Beckwith, Geo W Roberts. 
' fValden — James Boll. 

Waterfoid—i D Stoddard. 

FranJilin Cottnty* 

Bakersfield — Wm C Wil«on, Sirouel Wells. 

Berkshire— V\ E & H S Royce, Jasper Rand, John A Child. 

F,vo?biirgh — Theophilu? Mansfield. 

Fairfax — Hubbell & Bo2ne, Madison Scott, A Soule, A S Beeman. 

Fairfdd—A\hen D Searle. 

Travk'iv. — John J Deavitt. 

Ili^hsratf — L E Pelton, Benjamin Peake, John G Saxe. 

Richford — John S Royce. 

SAeWrt?!— Bryant Hall', Augustus Burt. A E Searles, J W Shelflon. 

St. Albans~5ohx\ Smith, S S Brown, B H SmalJey. L B Hunt, Hen 
rv Adams, H R Beard.slev, Orlando Stevens, James Davis, A O Aldi«, 
R H Hoyt, J G Smith, G F Houghton, H £ Seymour, G G Hunt, C 
Beckwith, Henry Ed-son. J H Brainanl. 

Sicanton — Geo W Foster, N J^ Whittemore, J B Bowdish. 

Ot'ieana Count y, 

Bnrtnn — John H Kimbail. 
Charleaton—^ S Clarke. 

Cfivntry — Wm M Dickerman, Tharles Story. 
Craftshiiry — Jame? A Paddock, Nathan S Hill. 
DM-ii/— David M Camp, E G Johnson, H F Prentiss, J S Edwards, 
Jo«iah A Fletcher. j 

Glover — I.--aac X Cushman. ' 

Greensboio^ — E A Randall. j 

Irashurirh—G C West, Jesse Cooper, T P Redfield. J H Prentiss. | 
Troy — Samuel Sumner, Xorman Boardman, H C Wilson. | 



Ijatnoille Cottnti/' 

Cnmbridire — Henry Stowell, Wm H Law, Levi Joslin, Nath'l Read. 
Hiidepark — Joshua Sawyer, H P Smith. 
Johvsmx — Wm W White, S S Pike. A H Andrews. 
MnrrisI own— Ij P Poland, S A Willaid. 

Stovre—O W Butler, W H H Bingham, Wilkins & Small, B H 
Fuller. 

Wnterville — Charles Robinson. 
Wolcott—W G Feirin. 



Ii!§gex County, 
Concord — David Hibhard. 
Guildhall — William Heywood jr., Wm H Hartshorn, James Steele. 



Grand Iste County* 

^Iburffh — Giles Harrinffton, Fredeiick Hazen, J M Sowles, 
South Hero — Charles H Perigo, 



HH HHYSICIA.NS. 

Physicians in Vermont. 

Bennington County. 

Arlington — Lotlier .Moseley. 

Benninaton — Xoadiah :«\vitt, Heman Swift, Wm Bigelow, Horace 
May, Wm A Uickeiiiian, C C F Gay, Houghton, C L Felcli, Si- 
las Wilcox, Tho's Stewart, Urigham, Bruce, M J Stone. 

Dorset — W I) Jjhumway, Sylvester Macon. 

jMndgrune — Ainori Benson. 

Manchester — George Tuitle, John Cooke, H D Meacham ; Ezra 
Edson, Gideon Hurret, bot. 
I Peru — (Jvrus P Hatch. 

Pownal—^ F Morgan, ENS Morgnn, 
j Rupert — Henry Sheldon. 
! Sandgute — Harmon Tucker. 
I Shaju<bury — Freeborn Johnson ; Samuel Thomas jr., bot. 

Stamford— A D Robinson. 
I WinJiall — Job Leonard, Augustus Davis. 

I It^ndltatn Connty, 

; Athens — John Austin. 

BrottUbotu^ — Willard Arms, John L Dickcrman. F J Hiu'ginson, 
Win H Rockwell, T R Kittridgu, A Spalding, ; R Wesselhoeft, E 
Bodenstein, hydropathic and homeopathic ; E T Davis, bot. 

Z)orer--Jede<ii3h E-tabrook, Ches!«eld'jr> Fisher; Dan'l Leonard,bot. 

Dummerstnu — I N Krmpp, Sewall Walker, Cjjus Buitcrtield. 

Ora/ton— B H Bridgman, L R Hatch j X B Gibson, bot. 

Guilford — Benjamin Stepiiens. 

//a///ax— Eben'r Miller ; Ebea'r M Clark, E S Plumb, bot. 

Jamaica — Joel Ilolton. 

Loj/d«n(/«rrv— Jairus B CoMins, Charles F Adams, Ephraim Bar- 
ker : Jeremiah Arnold, hot. 

./Vrtr/fturo'— Ebcnezer Tucker. 

JVtjc/a>ic— P H Edminsler, Wm Perry, C S Blakesloe, J P Wanen. 

PKtdcy— David Allen, John Canipboll 

nockin>Tham--R A Soverance, J H Wells, Arlemas Robbins, Josiah 
A Martin", D F Wiley. 

VutfUo/jf/tt/— Waitstill R Ranney, Charles Clark, Dana Hyde, Joel 
Ch^unbcrhiin. 

frrno/i— Cyrus \Va5hburn, Xoyos Bnrstnw. 

h'urdibor„^~-DnniQ\ Billings. SR Billings. 

Wrsiminister—VUny Sailord, Daniel Campbell. 

/fVuUnf/iuw— Wat.rs Gilbtt, Joiin W Bcment ; David Cnrlej, bot 

IVilininn^ton — A L P-'ltee, Horace Smith, Charles Lord. 

H'lndhain. — Wui A Chapin. 

Zl'litd»or Conntff. 

Andnrer — Charles W ("handler. 

Barnard— a P D.infortli, Joseph Swifl. 

AftA«/— AI.'"rr<l Paige, P D Bradford. 

Bridiricaltr—\ \\ Fnrl.cj, Wm C Pierce. Charles W Clark. 

C<icrTw/i,A— John .M Harlow. Edward \\ Williams. 

CkfsUr—Vu>U'\n)- Edson, Abrarn Lowell, Thoma* T Barrett, Jame< 
EolibLus, LG Whiir.ev. 

JJartford—\\ B Brown, S J Allen, S R Ranney, Tlirnm Dorr. 
I Harllarid — L<.'wi<* Emnionii, John UurJing, Heufv Hares. 
I Z,u<//i;u;— David Jones, Wm B Wetlicrbec, P B Parker j Putnam 
I Button, .\ogustus Rosn, bot. 



rHTSICIAN?. 5rfl 

JSi'oricich — Ira Davis, M M Davis, S Converse, Lyman Lewis, Levi 
Hutchinson. 

Plymuuth — Charles A Scott. 

Pumfrel — Kimball Russ, Henry L Williams. 
■ Reading— Levi D Aldrich, Ripley Clark. 

Rochester — Daniel Huntington, J H Phelps, Win M Hontington, G 
S Gurnsey. 

R'Ujalton — Jos A Denison, Jos A Denison jr., Levi Rix. 

Sharon — Bushrod R Gibson. 

Springfield — Leonard Chase, Calvin Hubbard, H F Grain, Latigdon 
Sawyer, Eben'r A Knight ; Walter Parker, hot. 

Siockbridge — Timothy P Fay, Hiram Crandall, Lyman Gibbs. 

IVc^Lon — Heman Shaw ; Micujah Martin, hot. 

IVeathersfield — Ariel Kendiick, Robeit B Ciain, Robert Atwood. 

Wutdaur — Edward E Phel[>d, Eraitus C Torrey, £E Smith, Dyer 
Story, Cvrus Houghton, D R Story. 

Woodstock— i A Gallup, J D Powers, 7'ho's E Powers, B R Pal- 
mer, Edwin Hazen,C W Clark. VAillard Bowman, Israel Buckman j 
A H Hammond, bot.5 H S Chase, dentist. 

IRnSltiud CouniT/. 

Benson — R P Cooley, Seth Ransom, C J: Perry, S E Parka. 

Braiidin — A G Dana, 1 F Merriam, V Ross, J W Hale, (J Backus, 
Edward Vaile, Al F Edson. 

CaMlcon — Jo-;eph Perkins, A G W Smith, Middleton GoMsraith, 
L W Hibbitrd, J U VVoodwaid, A Miles, J JN Northrop. 

Clarendon — ^•ilas Bovveu, Calvin Spencer, S H Griswold. 

Danby — G J Locke, J D Steward. 

Fturhaven — Tho's E Wakefield, James Sanford. 

jViddletovm — Eliakim Paul, O F Thomas, Sylvanus Haynes, Eze- 
kiel P Buel. 

,Mt. Holly — John Crowley ; Willard Warner, hot. 

Pawlet — O L liarmon, VV' B Sargent, A S Houghton. 

FaUJield — E B Hutehinj-on ; E C Lamb, bol. 

Fiu.-fird — Geo B Armin2ton, George Page, E H Drury. 

Pouctney — Adin Kendrick, Ebenczer Poiter, Wm McLeod, Wm H 
Miller, George Bliss, Horace Hali. 

S.'irewabury — L W Gurnsey. 

Sudbury — C W Horton, Thomas J Ketcham ; David Andrus, G 
Morion, bot. 

Tuimouih — Theophilus Cl-irk, Geo M No!>le. 

IValUngford—ioha Fox, Vv'm C Fox, D HuJden, C Reed ; E O Ed- 
dy, dentist. 

H'cis — Joseph Wunson, J H Dayton, R H Hayues. 

H e6t Haven — D VV Armstrong, Heald. 

vMddison C»ttuly. 

Addlsnn — C E Miles, D C Goodale ; Wiilmanh Hiods, bot. 

Bridport — Joel Rice, Geo S Gale. 

Bro>tol—Q Ha haway, F P Wheeler, C B Maltbie. 

CornwdU—^l O Porter, F Ford ; O J Eell?-, homeopathic. 

Ferrisburgh — Jonathan Cram, A H Convoise. 

Hancock — John Strong. 

Lincoln — L M Kent, Benjamin Taber. 

Jdii/dlibury — Edward Tudor, Wm Bass,ZaccheHS Bass, W M Bass, 
Wm P Russell, S P Lathrop, C C P Clark, C L Allea, J Billings, J G 
Wellington ; J G Ross, hot,; Xuth'l Harris, dentist. 

Jilonkton — Ira Smith, Geo E fctone, Philip Ballou. 



I 60 PHYSICIAN'S, 

I A'w /fdrrti— Arnn Ilnll, V. D Warner, li A Smith, Culleii Bollard. 

i Orrrrh — Kail f'ushman, Nathan (Jnle, J»>el Barhei. 

I Panliin — Norman Tous-lcy, M C J^inilh. 

' Satisburii — Washington MiHer, O O Dyer. 

I ShorfJinm — \Vm A Hitchcock, D K Pajre. 

j SfarksbdTO^ — John Koyscr, Abel Sweet. 

I y'fr^tnvrs — Dan C Stone, Austin BradlbrJ, Poschal Mfttfield, Al- 

: vah Sprajrue. 

H'mbndiTf — David Packaid, Zerali Porter, Cullen Bnllard. 
t WhitiJtg-W P Wright. 

I Orfitiffe Cotnitp. 

I Bratlfvrd — John Poole, Wm S Carpenter, J L Rodgers. 
[ Briiihtrte — Samuel ^'raie, Calcli Chacp. 

Brookfifld—S H Smith, J B Smith, H G Weeilen, J H Rood. 
I CAf/sffl— Thomas Winslow, J ilcClure, J E JMcCIure, J R filorge ; 
I W Lalhrop, hot. 

! Corinf A— Israel Hinkley, E Smith, N Taplin jr., Alvah Carpenter, 
I C C Carpenter, Daniel Dustin ; J W Mack, bol. 

JVeiftury — \V H Caitcr, John Stevens, D Darling, Enoch Thacher. 

Oranae—k E Field. 
j Randolph— i R Pember, J S Smith, Asahel KendricJt, J M Wood- 
; worth, Walter Carpenter, S R Sircotei. 

I Strafford — Albigeove Pierce, Eleazer Baldwin, Jobn Sabin, J N 
iStiJoB. 

Topsliftm — Isaac MoNeicfi, C S Downs, Levi Burtoa, E M Bill. 

TiiTihridrre — C B Chaufller, Orman Terry. 

rershirc—B O Tyler, D M Baldwin. 

lia-^hinirton — N W nralry. 

Witliamotoirn—'S W Peity, J W Noyf*. 

Chittfttdfn Contitn. 

Burlinfrinn — Wm Atuatcr, Horace Hatch, <»eo W Ward, Thomni 
Chamberlin, C II Hall, N Ward, Leonard Mirsh, J A Raymond, A S 
Pitkin ; J M Perkins, J May, hot.; S Richards, Indian. 

Clmrlntie — Luth<^r Stone. 1 

Culrhester — B J Hcinehers, Horace Hutch jr., Horace Douglats, 
Geo W llorton, Win H Richardson. 

EnsfT — Simon Tubbs. F.Iarciis Swain, B F Wainer. 

flmfsburirk—V) Goodyear, H Taggert, J W Miles, J F Miles, N H 
Knowlos, Ira Hodije. 

IlnntiniTion — G.-o W^ Bromley, John Work. 

Ji'rieho — George Howe, Jamin Hamilton, B Y Warner, D Hlits. 

Milton— D H Onion, Benjamin Fjirchild, Horcales Washburo j W 
8 Johnson, l)ot. 

Richmond — Reuben Nimi. 

SUelhurnc — K II Sprigoe, Jonnihrm Taylor. 

UndirkiU — Jpyite May, hot. 

Vrsijtnd — Thomas Hnyne*, Silas Eirl", 

IfMLitan^C A Bprague ; I S Alger, bot 

JW^thington Counlv. 

B*rrt — Lyman Pad(lo<!k, ,\ B Cut]>eQier, A L Bigelow. 

Brrlin — Oriin Stuiili. 

Calai.i — A*n tJpoiyi?, E S Demin?. 

Fofttmi—E H Brtxtcr, A D Richardson. 

Jfarskfield—.\*ii Plielps. 

.VidtUr.^rT—.X H Knyi's, B P Conant. 

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Montpdier — James Spalding, J Y Dewey, F \V Adams, Z P Bern- 
am, D Corliss, N C King, Cliarles Clark, <i H Loomis, C M Rublee ; 
loberi Wood, Jauies Templeton, bot.; Ralph Kilbourn, Jolua Dem^r- 

, M Newton, dentists ; T C Tapiin, homeopathic. 

Moretown — Lester Kingsley ; Zela Richardson, bot. 

J\'iirthficid — Benjamin Porter, Cljllon ClaggeitjSam'l M Thayer jr.j 
Jharies Cotton, bot. 

Plainfield — iVath'l Bancroft, Daniel Bates, Ebenezer Cooaot. 

H'ait^Jield — D C Joysliu, Orange tjmith. 

Wrt rcn — G N Brjgham. 

WaUrbury—O VV Drew, C C Anns, B H Clevpland. 

Caledonia County. 

Barnet — Socrates Tuttle, F B Bie^ver, E Paine. 

Burke — Abel Brown, Walter Redding. 

Cabot— iohn Doe, iM P Wallace. 

Danville — Eidad Alexaader, RM Ayer, Samuel Collins, Calvin 
Voodard, Thomas Glysson. 

Groiun—J B Darling, S B Heath. 

Hardwicli — John Sanborn, Cephas R Taylor, Stephen Spear, — — 
Jutchins. ! 

Lijvdon — Selim Newell, C O Deoison, George C Chaae, Saoborn & 
)arling. 

Peacham—5 Shedd, A Farr. 

Ryegatc — Eli Pcriy. 

St. Johnsbury — Calvin Jewett, J P Bancioft, J Dickerman, II W 
Jrockway, Geo C Wheeler. 

Sutton~\\ W Carpenter, Otis Willig. 

Walerford — Abner Miles, R F Ruwell, Ralph Bugbee, Ralph Bug- 
lee jr. 

WAee/ocA.— Hiram P Hoyt, A B Hubbard. 



Franhtin Countif. J 

Bakersjicldr—R C M Woodard, O T Hougiiton, II Perlflj, James j 
I Barns. I 

Berkskire—Wm C Ellsworth, S S Butler, C M Hurlburt,L L Cush- ( 
jan, J H Abell, Hanson Ellsworth, B B Searle ; Fuller &. Small, bot. I 

Enoshurgh — Horace Eaton, Rollin Eaton, A Pixley. \ 

Fairfax — J H Farns worth, H G Benedict, Rensalear Soule ; Orris 

ier, A G Brush, bot. 

Fairfield— 'Si N Balicock, C W Keyes. 

Fletcher — Andrew B Parsons. 

Franklin — C N Burelson, S S Searles ; Fuller &. Small, bot. 

Georgia — H P Blair, Nathan Doane. 

Highgalc — J D Lookinland, Oscar Seails, Henry Baster; David 
fekeels, bot. 

j\Inntgv»iery—B W Fuller. 

Richfurd — John Huso, E C Franci^^. 

Sheldon — A M Brown, Geo B Hyde, John Gallup, Wanton Hazzarll. i 

St. Jilbans — John L Chandler, N H Ballou, John Branch, Valloms ; 
sleeker, J H Hyde, £ D Hall ; L Gilman, dentist. | 

Sicanton — Lewis Janes. A VV Saxe, H A Gales. i 

Orteans Cottnty, 

Albany— Tiy^x Bill. 

Barton — Aaron Pierce, Joseph A Masta, George Damon. 

Brownington — J F Skinner. 

Charleston — Elijah Robinson, A T Gibson. 



6?8 PH?SICIA!V». — MERCHANTS WD TBADEKS. 



CoTtntnj—D W Plnnchanl, S S Kendnl!. 

Qrafttburii — Onnifl I)u«tin, Ephinim Urewdter. 

Derby — LTnueJ Richmond, G A Hinman, Lewis Patch, 8 J Bard. 

Glutei' — J K riiiiiili. 

(Trrensboro^ — Sumnrr Putnam. 

Jrasburah — Pnmupl Turker, C L Ca«e. 

JsTetcport — Lewis .Morrill. 

7V««,— L C Moore, \\ Carey, H C Orcutt. 

JVes\field—A. VV Anni^. 



MyaiMoilir Coiiuitt' 

CnmhridTe — R S Min«r, Salmon Biuah, A Parsons. 
FAin—\\'m C .Atwoll. 

Hijdrparl: — Arinl Hunton. Ira Metcalf; .Vnron Mor«c, ^nt. 
Juhnsun — John Mcius, TvIpi Maxon, A P Barber. .\sa Kittred^a. 
Morristoirn—D \V Putnam, Almerin Tinkei, Horace Powers, Jas 
Tinker. 

\VatrrviUe—^o\\^y Kidder. Stephen Fl.tgg. 
Ifo/cott— Seaver Ohamberllw, T M Hull. 

¥S»Bex County. 

Prifrhtim — Harvey C-^e. 

Canaan — A P Cummiiii.'^, Not. 

Kr-it Haven — John Walter jr. 

GniidhaU — Honry L Wntscn 

Lvvenbvrsr — Thcron Wehh, T T Cushman, Georgn Vincent. 

Jyfa iilstoue — J " 1 1 n De w e y . 

Victory — Ansell Hannunx. 

Gvanti Mule County. 

Jllhurfrh—W \\ Reynolds, \ C Butler, Lewi^ Rpynoldn. ' 

Grand hie — A H V\' Jackson, .Molvin Uarneg. 
J^orth Ifrrn — Rary Whitney, Elijah Havnes. 

9outh fUro — .Vrtemas 6oo<lenou;{h, Ahraham Hardin^, Sylvanin 
(lumphtcy. 



I lUcrrliaotM uud Trudcnt in Vermont. 

1 TtritHiitfftotf Contttif. 

^rUn[rtf,n—'n\\\:r\z* .^ Co., N H Bilrjieler, f R Hill- k Pon. 
! Hrnnuifrton — H Pntnliin. A ilol>in»on 4t i'o., Citfy] k. KInokrner, M K 
I t S .'i Scott, [lin«ilfll Ac ilrorl;, n'<n.; C I) ilHrfin;,'ton (Hanlwiir- > 
i A Eddy (Rooks); fJnrmon .fe Fay, Koditnon 6l Chitttiiilfn, Hnwk- 
I I ooiniR, North B.; Walker Ai Hiirrin;:ion, C Thatcher At Son, ^ . 
1 Park, I? M Siblev, H .Muffif, Lvman Kenton te Co.. Willi* A. Faii- 
binlin, J P(;odfri.v, L)niaii Puti;hin,S L Godltey jr., II \V Hutch, 
Eait Bonniiiztou. 

D- rtet — t.'liirk Grnv, Rcrd ; Hammon«1. DrtJpcr & Co., EaatD. 

Lan/ltrrore — Jolm Emvrson, J F Martin ft Co. 

Mtnr/tmtrr — Bnrrill k Andtewn. Hoyt ft. Burton, L O Orvis ; M 
Clark U. i^ont, nilriiiin WiUon, C A Roberts, John Langdon A. Co., 
Skciinan Pari«, Factory Point. 
Peru — J J liapgood. 

Ptfjcnoi— Potter At P.irker. Whip[)lo & Ppencer, J A Mooar, Har- 
mon Myem, ^lof'um A: .""lillnian. 

Rcadtlturo^ — .Miehnol Hanlord ; Andrtii Henni«, \Ve<t R. 
JiupTt—il B Sntford, We«l R ; N C Goddard, Eau R. 
Sand gate— M «t J Huhbafd. 



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Shaft->bury—yi R Douglas; C E & J C Houghton, South S. 
Stamford— D Welch & Co., Sanford &. Iloushton. 
Sunderland — Gilbert Rradlev. 
tfmbull—J L Brimhall. .N W Hill. i 

fVuod/ord — ::iiiieoii Morse. 



tJ'iudftant County. \ 

Athens — Marvin W Davis. i 

Bratthhoro'—C Town.«iey & Pons, G O Hall, Williston & Tyler, : 
J VV Frost. A E Dwinell, Cnne & Goodhue, A H Day & Brother, 
Wheeler & Pratt, H D Hrackett, Chase io Crandall, F fit L T Wood- ! 
cock, Button k. l.'lark. Joseph Steen, B Ranprer, J A &: VV F Estfe^r- ' 
brook, A Dickinson, Z Dickinson, Bullock & Steen, Woodcock ilfc, Co., 
G H Salisbury ; A Dunklee, O Pratt k. Co., West B. 

Dover — P F Perry ; Jones & Stetson, West Yi. '• 

Dutnmerstov — Roger Biichard, Eaat D.; Asa Knight, Centre ; Wm 
L Emerson, West D. 

Grafton — Hyman Burgess, G M Barrett ; N B Gibson, Houghton- 
ville. 

Guilford — F P Adams; D H Stephens, Centre; Allen Worden, 
Hiram Cuttinjr, Green River. 

Halifax— RK & F H(-nry ; W J & S J Hitchcock, West H. i 

Jamaica — J & I Williams, Bircbard, Liverraore & Co. 

Londonderry — A & J L Pierco, Allbee & Wait, Nilcs Aldrich, D B 
Gray. 

('/ar/Aoro'— Cone & Winche.stor. 

J\i'eirfane — V\ m L Williams, Bircbard & Sawyer, Fujetteville ; W 
H Williams, .Miller 4' Ward, W'illiamsville. 

rutnfni—Uaa.c Grout, P R Chandler & Co,, Noves, Miller &: Co., 
H H llarton. 

hockianrham — B Spauldine, L S Eddy ; Charles Smith, Leach <fc 
Warner, Saxtoii's River ; A &. i\l Wentworth, ?C Harris, Osgood & 
Minard, Bellows Falls ; D F Cushing jr., Geo W Daaiei&, Cambridge i 
Port; B Smith jr., Bartonsville. I 

Somerset — Levi Snow jr., VS'est Dover p. o. ] 

T'nciishend — Johnson & Weatheibee, ?sathaniel Cheney, Emerv 
Cathan ; F D & E Sawyer, Thomas Cook jr.. West T. 

Vernon — Marshall Whithed & Son, Alonzo Newton. I 

Wardsboro'' — J & H Rice ; Erasmus Plimpton, Converse &. Hig- 
gins. North W.; Daniel Harris, West W. . j 

WeMminster — Barker &; Lord ; Geo VV Daniels, V^'eat \V. 
JVhuihffham — Shoreham Goodnow, Maturin Ballou, Eli Green;! 
Sumner «)t Bowen, .Martin Brown, Jacksonville. { 

/f'/77rw«yt<yH— Freeman Cbilds, A B Childs &; Co., A T & L w! 
Childs, Fitch &: Stone, Sargent ic Bovd, W Gurham &, Co., Otigto I 
ISinitb (Drug). 

fVmdJiavi—\\m Harris &. Son, E &: J Pierce. j 






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lf*tM«l«Oi* Conntt/m 

Andovcr — John B Mauning ; H C Howard, Simonsville. 

Barnard — Towusend <£ Blackmer, Stepheu Bosworlh, RoUin Ricb- 
mond, L S French, Oramel Davis ; Seymour Belknap, East B. 

Bethel— Geo Francis, Salmon C Blodgett, Johnson & Co., J Hath- 
away, Jacob Smith ; Merrick Sylvester, East B. 

Bridvewater — Eben'r Clement, C S Raymond, Clement &; Atherton. 

Cavendish — Kobbins &. White, G F Davis &. Co.; Smith & Hill, 
Clem ent &. Arlherton, Brown Sc, Smith, Parker & Turner, Proctora- 
ville. 



64. MERCHAr«Tii AND TKA^DERS. 

Chester — Isaac Rogois &. Co.. Sherwin &. Richardson, J C Dana, 
' Fitch & Stewart, Ueary H & Simeon tJierwin, F E Fullorton. 

Hartford — Geo Lyman, J C Brooks, Moses French, T Sturtevanl 
&: Co.; S T St«oie, West II. j Charles Tinkham, Dimicii &, Brugg, 
duechee Village. 

Hartland — EAI Stocker, Simeon Willurd t Co., P D Richardson ; 
Reuben Moore &:, Co , JSorth U. 

Ludloic — f^heiilioriJ .\dams, Andrew Pettigrew jr., Mason & VVhit- 
coinb, D h Green. 

JVoncicA— F L & E VV Oida, S S Booth &. Co., L S Partridfe, Hai- 
vey Burton, Asahel Bundy. 
fidtfinoutk — S;> Wheeler ; Isaac Tyson jr., Tyson Furnace-. 
Pumfrel — Otis Cliamberiin; Nathan Snow, Snow's Store. 
ReadintT — O A Keyes ; W J A Morse, South R.; Wniton Brown, 
L Kendall, G Davis, L C Fay, Felchville. 
Rochester — Briggs &. Pierce, Cushnian &l Morgan. 
R.yaltun — Skinner Sf Blodgeti, E P Xevins, Fuy ^ Brooks. 
Sharon — Buxter ^ Walbridge, Wooster Downer. 
Springfield — Jona Chase, R 4' ^ Burke, Porter, Dana 4* Co., Bundy, 
Brown J^ Co., Selden Cook, Wm M Messenger (Grocer,) Geo Kim- 
ball (iron,) Wm Davis (Merchant Tailor) j Burke •$' Boyntoij, JobO' 
; White, D C Griswold, North S. 

j Stockbridge — J Morgan ^ Son ; Merrick Gay, R L Fay, Gaysville. 
I /fciton— Asa B Foster, Perkins N Wiley, While k. Clark, '.\athan 
; Holt, (boots and shoes). 

! lVeaiher.<field — Jos F Nichols ; Dana, Small Sr Co., Perkinsville. 
j Winasor — S Wardner (f Son, Henry Wardner, Geo Wardner, Hub- 
' bard ^- White, Dan'l Siearns, Hatch .J' Tuxbury, D Read ^ Co., { W. 
I. goods, wholesale,) Stocker Sf Patrick (grocers,) P Merriticid (books,) 
B R Holt, (hats, furs, 4'C-j) F H Warron (iron, copper, brass and tin 
' ware,) '1 ucU tf Ellis, (jewelry,) J 4' K Mansfield (boots, shoes, glass 
and nails) ; Shedd t( VVorcesier, Brown-svillc 
I Woodstock — A Stevens, Clmrlos Dana jr., G R Chapman, E S Hay- 
; den, Bryant S{ Slade, I^aac Churcliil', B W Rice, George Mellish, A 
' Hatch, Z Lull (grocer,) Charles Chapman (drugs) ; Oliver Baiioy, 
j Daniel Ransom, South W. 

Itnttaud €'0ttnltf. 

I BfKjon— Daniel R Barber, Luther Joy, M vV' Smith, F W Walker, 
Ladd 4' Converse. i 

Brandon — Ira Button t( Son, D i( \ Collings, \ E Higgins, B Ketch- ; 
! nm, V Ross, Ephraim Ross, J \ Conant, Wesley MorriH, VVarren if 
\ Bliss, Royal Blake, G W Bullatd, \ T Sprague jr., B P Hatch ; W ' 
' Kimball, II Kingsley (books) ; F R I-orbes, Ira Benton (grocers) ; E j 
Jackion, V Ross (drugs). 

I CastLeton — Adams 4' Adams, J D Goodwin, Root 4' Tomlinson, W ( 
I ^ C Moultoii, Ferrand Parker, B J Dyer, S H Langdon ; Hodgei 4* j 
Griswold, i> 11 Hawkin.>» 4' Co., Hydfville. 

Clarendon — Gaskell ^ Weeks, W G Grossman; Ruel Parker, East j 
C; L .M Walker, Henry Hitchcock, Clart ndon Springs. 

Dunbif — Wm Spcrry, Isaac Vail 4* Co.j .Vlinard Hillyard, Bnneoa 
Smith, D Jacobs, Danby 4 Corners. 

f'airknctn — A if I C Allen, Davej 4' Cushman, J N Kelsey. 
JIubbardlon — 'I'lionias II Spencer iV Co , A S Painon!». 
MiddUlawn—M E 4' C W Vail, Krwin ^ Edwin Sunderland. 
Jlnurit lloUy — A H Miller; Parker Sawyer, Samuel Hemenway, 
MechanicivillH. 
Pawlct — Pawlct Manufacturing Company, M Edgerton, Agent, 



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VVheden & Wickham, Shelden 4" AUeu, Ira Marks, Martin D Strong. 

Pittsjield — Lucius Preston, Gay 4' Beard. 

Pittsford — Henry Simonds, S I) VVinslow, Granger, Hodges 4* Co., 
Lyraan Rockwood. 

Poultneii—A Bliss, Noves 4' Harris, P Farnam, East P., Hooker 4" 
Josiin, J C Shaw, J D Be'aman, VVost P. 

Sherburne — B Maxhani, A E Wilson. 

Skrewsburxj — Stephen Gleason, John Buckmaster ; Brown 4* Glea- 
son, Jones 4' Dow, Cuttingsville. 

Sudl>ury~W aUuiCe 4- Hyde, J C Sawyer. 

Tinmouth — Eliada Ciamton. 

TVallingford — S Townsend jr., H Harris, E Martindale, H Spen- 
cer 4' Co.; Lapham 4^ Vails, C Biuce, South W, 

IVells — Allen Grover, Levi Lewis, Beals 4" Goodspced. 



•0ddisoit Comity. 

Jlddlson — W S Brown, Hyder Barnes, Philander Jones. 

£ridpf>rf—F P Fletcher, N S Bennett, Gordon, Searl^-Co., Dike 
4' Rider. 

Bristol— \Y H Holley, L Munson 4- Co., C B Maltbie, Henry Spal- 
ding, H S Gale, G VV Parraelee (drugs). 

Cornwall — Ira Bingham, Benj F Haskell. 

Ferris6(tr^/i— Shoies 4' McKenzey, Allen ^ Wheeler, Cyrus W 
Wicker, iVorih F. 

Hancock — Royal Flint. 

Lincoln — O W Burnham, Asa Chapman, Josiah Smith. 

Middlebury—Z Beckwith, Asa Francis *• Son, R L Fuller, Walter 
S Johnson, H Laugworthy Sf Co., Sidney Moodv, Nash 4" Goodrich, 
J M Slade 4- Co,, H A Sheldon, John Wood, Edwin Vallette ; Jona- 
than Hag^r, L W Clark, (books,) Wm P Russell, (drugs). j 

Monktnn—T C Smith, W M Spooner, M VV Kinsley, W M Palmer. I 

JVew Haven — A P Roscoe, H O Smith. i 

Orinell—C&iWn S; Wright, A Hitchcock 4" Co., Centre j Chipman | 
4* McEwan, Chipman's Point. 1 

Salisbury — J B Huntley 4* Co., Howard Harri.s. I 

Shorekam— John Simonds, Kent Wright, E S Atwood, D 4- G Rich, I 
Abbott 4- Brown, } 

Starksbcro — L L Holconib, Lee Taft. | 

Vergcmies—FoTdyce Huntington, G 4' W T Parker, Wm R Bixby, [ 
Moigan 4- Bowman, Onadiah Walker, L C Thorn 4^ Co., P W Col- 
lins, S B Rockwell, E C Ellis 4- Co., F C Strong. 

Weybridge—^ L Sprague, U D Twitchell. 

Whiting — J F Benson, D M Russegue. 

Orange County' 

Bradford— G 4" E Prichard, Asa Low, Preston 4* Keezcr, E C Dan- 
forth, Ladd 4* Tenney ; Seneca Dickey, Centre. 

firatntrec— Currier Sf Hunt, H A 4' A Bass, T A Vance. 

Brookfirld—A Cleveland jr., Edson, Abbott 4' Co. 

Chcliea — Wm F Dickinson, J B Bacon, Joshua Dickinson, Geo D 
Stearns, A R Hood; Horace Tarbell, H L Cloogb, (Merch't Tailors). 

CortiitA— Theodore Cooke, Dan'l R Cooke., Taplin 4" Avery i John 
Merrill, Nathan Blake, East C. 

Fairlee — Bailey 4^ McLane. 

J^ewbunj—Y 4' H Keyes, J M Chadwick, David Johnson, Samuel 
Eiist.nian ; James Bnchanon 4* Co., Wm R Shedd 4" Co., L T Whit- 
comb, Wells River. 

Orange — Filield 4^ Hancock, John Merrill. 



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Randolph — John Miles jr., J C Fargo ; S B Mann, Holwirt 4' Dubois, 
i» C Lainson 4' * o-» Mann 4" Tilson, West R.; John Glidden, N 1* 
Brooks, \Vm F McCIure, Uolilen S,- Miller, East R. 

Strafford— Uatvh 4' f^anborn, llurrib 4* Morrill; Russ, Tmcy 4* Co., 
Barrett 4* Dow, South S. 

Thctford — Jencks 4' ^lado, Lyman Walker, Russ, Tracy ^ Co.; A- i 
lor.zo Georjc, John I'ratt, Post .Mills ; M J Walker, Union Village. 

Topsham — Tabor 4 Bailey ; Georije 4* Wallace. West T. 

Tunbridire — Jeremiah Foster, Sturtevant ^ ChapmaD, H Ti Hoyt, 
Kclscy 4' Dana. 

FL•r.^A<re— H C 4" C A Dwight, H T Kcyes. 

Wa.^hiiiirion — fl R Gale, Thurber &. Bowie.?. 

IVeit Fairlcc—3 B Slayton. 

WiUiamatown — C & R Ains worth, Danford Carpenter. 

Chitlendeit Comity. 

Boltnn^-Jobn N Nealcy. 

BuTl!ji<Tlfn—J S Mnn.^on, Harry Bradlev, FI Ti & J B Moore, G R 
Tyler, T W Lovell, J W Mills, J Liscum', E J Fay, S E Howard, D 
Kerr, William Ilurlburt, N Lovely, S Walker, Wilcox k Nash, C F 
I Stanilbrd Ac Co , S L Hcrrick, Mrs. Langworthy, Hagar &. Arthur, 
! Ruhinson & GoiiKl, J it J 11 Peck & Co , E & E Lyman, J Haw lev, 
.S M Pope, J D Bixby <t Co., P Doolitllo, Stiong. Uooliltlo and Co., 
J Slurwood and ('o., John Bradley and Co., Joscjjh Hatch, Catlin and 
Speur, Murphy and Spear, W H Curtis, R Landon and Co., Gea;Pe- 
terson, Vil:»s and .N'oyos ; Pierce, Davey and Co., Rostwick and Ev I 
arts, (.Agricultural Implements) ; Geo E Harrington, 'J" A Peck, A C j 
I Spear (drugs). 

j Chnrlolir — Lyon and Ale.xander. ' 

: ColchesUr — E ^pencer ; J W Weaver and Pnn, Charles Lnfountain, | 
II and C P Brndloy. G P Woods, Franci.i LriClure jr., t^idney Barlow, 
Win B Hiitch, J U Forrest, Winooski. 

K-.Tfi_Loiin Tvler, Ferguson and Blodgrt, J .nnd J Tjittlo. | 

ll,nr.-.bnr,fh—V\\ Baldwin and t-on, M Hull, Wm B Veile, \\ J i 
Douglass, G D Wcller. i 

J/unlinirlnn — Alexander Fcrptison, O Carpenter and Co. 

Jerirhn—Cen B Oukcs, Field and Beach; Blarkmer and Lane, Cen- 
tre ; H and J Oakes, (Undeihill p. o.) j 

Milton — Ayien and Clark, Lyman Biirgcs." ; John Adams, R Pan- , 
derson and Co., .M D Hcrrick and Co., Seih Rico, VA est >L 

Jiichmond — Wm RhodoH jr , .'^aul Bishop, E B Green. i 

i'krlbiirnc — John PimoiidsSd, \V D Tyler, Himm Dunn. i 

lliidrrhill—iJ M B;ile-i, i^uwyer and Beaidxlev, C E .Mien. j 

nfft/urd—Jixwcn .Nichols, H P 'Wood H i\ (;,int. 

HiUuiivn — Hurlbut and Hodges, Dougla?*) and Bottum, L H Pine. 

Jfaihiiifclou Comtltf. 

Barre—T) W Keith, French and Walker, C F Crnin; li and A M 
Pcttengill, .'^Du'ih B. I 

Ca/aw— H K i^Iayton; flickii and Cole, Eatt C. I 

.Mnr.ihfirltl — Enoch D Putnam. I 

.MiilillricT — Johnson and HoMep, John Cnmphcl], Jo^iah Chtjrchill. 
.Vontpflier — Geo W Hcoii, Ellis, Wilder and Co., Storrs and I^anjf- ' 
don, J W Howes, Silas Burbunk, L and .\ A Crods, Geo P Hiker, i 
Churlei ypilding, Har«ey King, H S Looini*, Keith and Barker, E- 
rni»tu* Hubbard, Hydo and-Mur^ton. Perk and Lcwih, Pancrofi and 
Holmes (liquor*,) .S K Collinn, Kedlield and Grannis (dru?^,) Ham'l 
■ .Abbot, Ita b Town, Withercll and .Mtad, (Watches and Jewelry,) E 



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MERCHANTS AND TRADERS. 



67 



P Walton ar.d Sons, Eastman and Danforth (books,) Z and C R Wood, 
E Hu'5!)ard, A A Sweet (StovRs n,id tin ware,) W 'V Burnham, W W 
Cadivoll (hats and cap?,) Joseph VV Howes (Ag'l implements,) Wood 
and Witt (Mercliant Tailors) ; Moses and Rich, N C King, North M. 

Morftoion. — Annan G Durnliam. 

Mo rth field— i A S White, C R Eriggs, Joseph Denn)', H H Camp, 
Geo Edson. 

Plainfidd — Duron Whittlesey, L H Hooker, C C French. 

Roxhiiri; — io\\n M Spalding. 

IVa-Ufi'eld—i M Richardson, J T Phelps, C Skinner. 

Warren — James and Geo Cardell. 

Waterburtj — Goss and Delano, Stimson and Arms, S C Rutchins, 
James Oristy. 

IVorcesLer — N C Bacon. 



Caledonin Coitnty. 

Barnnt — Harvey and Eastman, Harvey and Abbott ; L P Parks, Ja's 
E Ken lall, Passump-ic ; A Button, Henry Johnson, Mclndoes Falls ; 
Harvey Worden, Wes-t Burnet. 

Burke — Trull and Newell, L and O ADonison ; Newell and Bacon' 
Tute and De.xtei, East Burke ; Daniel Beckwith, West Burke. 

Cabot — Elijah Perry and Co., Carter and Brown, Babcock and 
Trussell, Ransom Cote 

Danville — H C Babcock, Dana, Weeks and Stanton, J C Fuller, 
Va^, Deming and Co.; Sias, Vail and Co., North D. 

Wrototi — Moses Buchanan and Co., Welch and Darling, Ephraim 

LONV. 

Jlardirick—Orra. Crosby and Son ; L H Delano and Son, North H.; 
Hotton and Judovine, t?amucl M Pennock, Sam'! A Aiken, South H. 

Lyndon — J M Weeks and Co., Kittredge and Colby, Jo«iah Welton, 
Jehiel A[iplebec, Fuller and Co.; John M Hoyt and Co., Bemis and 
Denison, Lyndon Centre. 

Fcuc.iam — Brown aitd Weeks, J M Martin and Co., Isaac Watts, 
C W P>an3. 

Rysfra'e — Geoige Cowlcs. 

Sketjield — Harvey and Kinaston, Chauncey L Ingalls. 

St.. Jiiliiisliiini — E J.'^wett and (-0., E Hall and Co.: John Bacon, Jo- 
nas Flint, St. J. Centre ; Calvin Morrill, David Goodall, East St. J. 

Siitto7i — J Rl.ifcc and Son. 

mddcn—E. G Foster, L F Edwards, South W. 

lVuterf,rrd—E A Parks ; H Cutting and Co , J a Hoyt, Lower W. 

Wheelocl: — VV and S Bradlev. 



Franhliit Countt/. 

Bakersficld — Armington and Pomeroy, Hooker and Houghton, Earle 
Smiiie, J D Holton. 

Btrksltire — Lovel Stow ; Wm Clapp, Wm S Rubiee, East B., Jas- 
per Chaffee, Major Tyler, A W Baiton, West B. 

Eiii).-,bar!rh — J M Dean, Lewis Herrick, West E.; Samuel Kendall, 
Enoshnrgh Fills, 

Fairfax — S D Alfetd, Franklin Halbert, A J and I N Soule jr. 

Fiiirfcld — J Soulo and Co.. iiurlovv and Keyes. 

Franklin — John Adams, Alonzo Green. 

Georgia — C J Ladd and Co., L A Loomis, S and F Goodrich 
renzo Janes. 

Ilighgati' — Green and Best, Goodrich and Dorman, J P Place, 



Lo- 



AH 



Mason, A P Herrick, S VV and S S Keyes j Barr, Drury and Co., Sax j 

I 



Mill 



Wittrr Count I/. 

Canaan — Grfcn, Morrill and Co,, IVpIuoii Coolry. 
Concord— i Vs Darliiip, (Joodall and Ilill, Ilarvcy Judcviiic. 
GuUdhall- Geor<:c Hublxird, Morris WoudH, M 1) Ulodgctt. 
Luncnburg-S VV Frtiicli, Slcjdicu Ilovtu. 



Grand Mnic Connty^ 

Jllburirh—^ J DiiviH, lit-njaniin (Jordon ; VV L Sowloa Dnrbye and 
Briiyto, LnwiM Olena, West A.; Mor;,'iin and Macuinber, A. t^pringn. 
(hand file — Altoj Urown, \f H (Jtiifwold. 
J.ik La MoU—i W lio'cotnl). 
J\'urlli llr.ro — .1 \V Itrown. Aimer Kcolor. 
R South Hero — '/- <j Clnrk, Uiee and \V'ood, 



68 MERCHANTS A^D TRADERS. ' 

Montgomery — C li Wheeler, Elder Green. i 

Richford — Guy R Butler, J and S P Carpenter. 

Skcldon — A Keith and (^o. , Carlisle and Curr, Jncob Wead. 

SL Albans — C F Saffbrd, Geo II Farnir, A Hawkins, Brackelt and 
Palmer, \V 11 and C L Loomis, C J and J Saxe, H B Sowles, L R ! 
Brainard and Co., Smith and Swii\, E J Hicks, H P Seymour, Victor j 
Alwood, Orange Adams, M \V Beardsley, M S Darrow, L L Dutchor, 
Curtis and Smith (drugs,) C H Huntington, A H Huntington, (jewel- 
ry,) E B Whiting (books). 

Swanton—l and VV H Blake, A S Farrar, H B Farrar, Sanborn and 
Callin. Gardner Green, Fisk and Vail, A A Brooks, Jouaa McGee, 
(grocer). 

OrleanM Cottnttf» i 

Albany — William Hnyden. I 

Barton — .Mcnick Muusticld, Strong and Jewett, S S Kimball, Smith 
and Drew. 

SroirniTisfton — C B Merrill. , 

Charleston — Daniel Webster, Wm B Cole and Co. 

Coventry — Elijah Cleveland, Wm H Baxter, Daniel P Walworth, 
Hartford Hancock. 

Crfatsbury — W E Paddock ; Wm Newman, Amasn Scott, South C. 

Derby — J Bingham, Harris and Kelley ; Cobb, Rollins and Co., Der- 
by Line ; C S Cutting, West D. 

Glover — E B and J Simonds, Smith and Ellis, S S Blanchard. 

Qreensburo^ — Williams and Ingalls, J A Sawyer and Co. w 

Jra-sburirh—Gco Worthington jr. &. Co., Hubbard Hastings. 

J^eirport — Hiram B Lane. 

Troy— J M Culver, ilark Curtis, FH Corey j A J Rowell,NorthT. ! 

H estfield — Winslow and Chamberlin. I 

Wtstnorc — Peter Gilman. i 



JLa*»9oille Countifm 

Cambridge — J W Tiirmr, David Wiidswort'h, S and C Hopkins, Oel 
SafTord ; VV and H Griswold, Harry Reynolds, Nathan Smilio, Jetfer- '• 
sonville. 

£c/c/i —Samuel Beldins. 

Hydepirk—Luc'nin H Noypy, !\ P Kecler and Co., 1'ui.isfll S Pnge. 

Johnson — S ^Merriaiii and ('o., Morse and Knight, H M Vilas. 

JiIvrri.itown—\ P Noyfs, Waterman and Wales. 

Stow: — R Washbuin, Bennett and Robinson, ..Vlbcrl Camp, H S 
Camp, Asa R Camp. 

fVatertille—Jnhn Hcrren 4' Son, J .M Hotchkias, Fairbanks 4* Cull. 

Wolcott — Terrill and Fcrrin. 



MANUFACTUREBS . 69 

MauTLfacturers iii Verniout. 

Bennington County, 

Arlington— yi Dodge &c Co., Woolen ; E B Gray, Woolen Bolibins ; 
Wni McAuley jr., Julius Beebe, Ethan Stone, E Canfield jr., Galen 
Canfield, Arlington, R & K Eaton, West A., Marble. 

Bennington — Joel Volentine, East B., Ricliardson & Jones, North 
B., Woolen; P L Robinson, Truman Estey, North B., Cotton ; New- 
ell t'fiuires, Enos Adams, East B., Leather ; Hinsdale & Brock, Pig 
I Iron, Brown & Gage, C W Grover, Cast Iron ; Benton, Fuller & Co., 
I Paper; Samuel Rockwood, Ea?t B., Linseed Oil ; P Boynton 4* Sons, 
i Barber & Sibley, J H Bennett, Macomber & Patchin, Machinists ; 
: Lyman Fenton S( Co., Earthen, China and Powder ; Julius Norton, 
! Stone Ware; H S Brown, Chairs; T Lamp.aon, Gunsmith; E M 
I Wellini, Starch ; S S Scott, E Y Clark, Alanson Norton, S Welch, 
j H i^ G Culver, Cabinet Makers; W Ellenwood, Charles Ogaen, 
I Wagons and Coach e.s. 

DuTset — Wm Williams, Leather ; Hammond, Draper & Co., East 
D., W Alien & Co , North D., Cast Iron ; Geo B Hollv, Dan Kent, 
R M Underbill, S F Holly, Dorset, T D ifanly, N J Sanford, South 
D., Israel Streeter, A Wheeler, iNorth D., Marble. 

Landgrore — Geo Van Note, Leather ; J L Rumrill, Machinist. 
Manchester — J W Harris 4' Sons, Factory Point, Woolens ; John \ 
Van Note, Manchester, M Clark 4' Sons, Factory Point, Leather ; | 
S A Millett, Boots and Shoes ; Lyman Way 4* Sons BurriJl 4" An- ! 
drews, L C Orvi?!, Wm 4* VViilard (^Ihamberlin, Manchester, Gilman 
Wilson, Peter Wyman, A Briggs, Factory Point, Jlarble. 
Peru — Frederick Holton, Le;itlier. 

Poicnal — Wight 4" Brown, Woolen ; J C Stillman, Leather. 
Savdgate — Randall & Weller, Woolen. 
Searjbrrgh—E H Swift 4* Co., Leather. 

S/iaftsburij — Reuben Mattoson, North Bennington p. c; H Barton, 
Shafiisbury, Enos Adams, East Bennington, Daniel C Dyer, North B., 
Leather; Asa H Whipple, Forks and Hoes; S A Whipple, DJ 
George, South S., Steel Squares ; A 4' ^V Orr, North Bennington, Pa- 
per; Samuel Cramton, ^Marble. 

Sunderland — Ira McLaughlin, Machinist ; Houghton 4* Matteson, 
Shoe Pegs. 

fVuudford — Ira Temple, Bar Iron. 

TW*indFia»n County- 

Athens — Abial Whitney, Leather ; F O Dunham, Sleighs and Car- 
riagen ; N \V Oak, Axes; Seth Oak, Lasts. 

Bratt.lcboro'' — Goodhue, Chapin and Co., Braltleboro', Benj Beal, 
West B., Leather. 

Dover — M and E Leonard, Starch, West D. 

Grafton — Peter W Dean and Co., John Woolley and Co., Woolen ; 
Pratt Lincoln, Boots and Shoes ; Heniy Holmes, Tin Ware. 

Guilford — Hunt and Tnegart, Leather, Boots and Shoes, G. Centre ; 
Hiram S Cutting, Green River, Paper ; G S and E PGregoiy, Linseed ! 
Oil: Wm Boyden, Bardwelland Mellendy, Combs ; C and A Denison, 
Wagons and Sleighs, Green River ; Thayer and Graves, Buttons. 

Halifax — Jonas Scott, Halifax, Stearns and Co., West H., Leather. 

Jamaica — Newell and Howe, Charles Read, Leather. 

Lovdoiidemi — Ephraim Walkei, Nathan Buxton, Leather; Ephratm 
Walker, Goorge Walker, Boots and Shoes. 

Marlboro^ — Dan Mather, Leather. 



30 HANUFACTUHERS. 



J^errfane — O L Lincoln, Willi iiiiRvill<', S t?her\vin, F<iycUeviIIe, 
Lenther ; \Vm H Williams, WilJiam.-villR, Linspi-tl ()\\. 

Pntneii—inmes Koyes and Co., Woolen ; G and J Robertson, Wni 
Robertson 2d, Pcper. 

Knchiiiffham—Enil Campbell, Ccmbridgcnort, George Pony and Co,, i 
Snxtoii's River, WooI.mi ; S L Billios^, Rockingham, David Smith, 

Saxton's River, Chiise. Bellows Falls, Leather ; Bcnj Final, Sax- 

toii's RivLT, L P Edson, Bellows Fall*, Koau and Shoci! ; D R Cohb, 
Cast Iron ; Wni B Bhiko and Co , Paprr ; Arteinas Leonard, Saxlon'd ; 
River, Guntunith ; Perry and Sn)ilh, Camhiitlpeimrt, Sonpstone. 

Somfrsct—S lined, .Sc Co-, Leather, West Dover P. O.; Rufus Ly- I 
man, Linn?, Wardsbnio' P. O. | 

Tuvnalicud — Chapin Howard, Leather. ' 

Vernon — Jnlin HrucR, i^l.ito sloiio. ! 

}i'ardsbor,i^—Dii\is Read, Wardslioro', Uan'l Rfisd, NcW., Leatbrr. I 

n'fsimi'iUtcr — Flolton /i' Barucsi, IMators ; E A Ho!ton,Gravc8touos. 

Ji'hitiiifrham — St;irr und Tiicner, Jacksonville, Leather. 

H'ilininiTton — F F Forbc'i, Starch. i 

H'mdiuivi — Joseph Wood, Zonas H Uphara, Leather. 

Il'ittdaor County. 

Barnard— n C Jaqiies. Amos Jaques, B'.rn.ird, B W Eastman, East 
B., Leatiier; Willaid Wight, W I^iuwcomb, ^lurch ; D C Washburn, 
Marble and Machinist. 

Bridirwalcr—V\' III II Lciniacx 4' Co , Woolen; William Taylor, 
Lcathoi. 

Ca7 vn/j;.>7/— Fullorton Woolen Co., Rroadclnths, Cavendish, Gilson, 
Smith 4" Co , Proefor^ville, Woolen; S L Adams, Cavendi^h, Joiiiah 
Gilson, Proctorsville, Ltjaihcr; Wra Smith, rrocloisville, Staich. 

Chfster — SiiM-ycr, Ro^^In:ln ^ Co., Woolt-n ; Albert «&. Horace On- 
ion, G P Spalding, Abrani Farringlon, Leather j B A Cook, Boots S[ 
Shoes. 

Hartford— Tof'ifiT, Sturtcvant fy Co., Hartford. A T Dewey ^ Co., 
ftirechee Village, Woobn ; Luiher Pease, Ira Wood, Hnrtford, W 
W Low, West H., Leather. 

Hurilavd—C F S,- T F Sturtevnnt. W^m ^ Ralph Labaroo, Woolen ; 
Warren If tlanchaid, Leutbcr; Daniel Tuft if Sons, Taftiviiie, Ldgo 
Tools. 

Ludliiw—.\ ^ S Adnmf, Addison Street, F.oborl Hoskeson, Weol- 
en ; Horr tc Foster, Leather. 

JV'<(nrM;A— Sylvn^ier .Mori is. Leather, Boots and Shoes ; Daniel 
Miner, Axes, Scv