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Oct. 25, 1822, Tamworth,N.H. R. R. Conductor, 1859 Am.
Cohasset,
Hingham, Oct. 7, 1819, Hingham,

1859 Am.R.

Carriage Maker,
Hanover, Jan. 23, 1810, Harvard, Shoemaker,

1859 Rep.
Pembroke, June 13, 1790, Pembroke, Farmer,

1859 Ind. Kingston,

1859 Am.R.

Shipsmith,
Sept. 30, 1811, Kingston,
Plymouth, Oct. 5. 1818, Carver, Merchant,

1857 Rep.
June 5, 1812, Plymouth,

1859 Rep. Marion, Aug 3, 1832, Rochester, Physician,

1859 Rep. Lakeville, Dec. 24, 1811, Matta poisett, Farmer,

1859 Rep. Middleborough, Jan. 22, 1816, Middleborough, Lawyer,

1850 Rep. W. Bridgewater, Jan. 1, 1798, Randolph, Shoemaker,

1859 Rep. E. Bridgewater, Aug. 6, 1807, Pomfret, Vt. Shoe Cutter,

1859 Rep.
N. Bridgewater, Nov. 16, 1816, N. Bridgewater, Treas. Sav. Bank, 1859 Rep.
Abington,

Oct. 5, 1825, Abington, Shoe Manufact'er, 1858 Rep.
Jan. 28, 1822, E. Haddam, Ct. Lawyer,

1857 Rep.
Plympton, Nov. 28, 1824, Plympton,

Farmer,

1859 Rep.

8

Carver,

Wareham,
7

Marion,
Matta poisett,
Rochester,

Lakeville,
9 Middleborough,
10 Bridgewater,

W. Bridgewater,

E. Bridgewater,

N. Bridgewater, 12 Abington,

Hanson,
13

Halifax,
(Plympton,

Job T. Tobey,

11

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Yarmouth,
Dennis,
Ilarwich,
Chatham,
Brewster,
Orleans,
Eastham,
Wellfleet,
Truro,
Provincetown,

Elijah Cobb,

Brewster,

June 27, 1799, Brewster,

Merchant,

1859 Rep.

4

Daniel Paine,
James Gifford,

Truro,
Provincetown,

Sept. 27, 1809, Truro,

Farmer,
June 28, 1822, Provincetown, Hotel Keeper.

1850 Rep.
1846 Rep.

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William Stowe, Springfield, Feb. 25, 1818 Westfield, Clerk,
William A. Crafts, Roxbury, Oct. 19, 1819

Ass't Clerk,
Thomas Dodge, Beverly,

July 19, 1801

Chaplain, 1859 Edgar M. Brown, fordOct. 14, 1821

Doorkeeper, Gustavus E. Haynes, Dorchester, March 13, 1813

Messenger, David T. Bunker, Boston,

Ass't do. Lyman Allen,

Agawam,

Aug. 31, 1817 W. Springfield, Ass't do. J. H. Allen,

Marion, Feb. 22, 1823 Rochester, Ass't do. Joseph P. Dexter, Jr., Boston, Nov. 20, 1895 Boston, Page, Alex. McDonald,

March 12, 1847 Boston,

Page,

1859 John N. Vin:on, Edgartown, March 8, 1831 Edgartown, Post Master, 1859 Henry Beale.

Boston,
Oct. 9, 1809

Messeng'r,w.w. 1855
Philip Cook,
Provincetown, April 28, 1810

Messenger, 1859
Watchmen.
William S. Stoddard, Boston, April 7, 1816 Boston, Watchman, 1840
William H. Wilson, Boston,
Dec. 11, 1809 Portland, Me. do.

1847 James N. Tolman, Boston,

Feb.
9, 1815 Boston,

do.

1852 Edward Rolfe, Boston, April 22, 1815 Portland, Me. do.

1856 Joseph Sidwell, Boston,

Aug. 31, 1817

Fireman, 1859

1858 Rep. 1857 Rep. 1858 Rep. 1859 Rep. 1859 Rep. 1852 Rep.

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RECAPITULATION

OF THE

SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES—1859.

“ Maine,

Whole No. of Senators, 40— Representatives, 240—Total, 280, Lawyers,

44 Treasurer of S. Bank, Blacksmith, Boot Farmers,

Clicker, Druggist, Salesman, Reporter, Merchants,

33. Sail Maker, President of Bank, Provision Manufacturers,

16 Dealer, Hatter, Leather Dealer, Museum, Boot and Shoe Manufacturers,

25 Ship Joiner, Surveyor, Overseer of Fire Physicians, 11 Apparatus, 1 each,

34 Clergymen,

5 Teachers, Master Mariners, and Gentlemen,

280 4 each,

12 Carpenters, 7 Members born in Massachusetts,

215 Lumber Dealers, Tanners, Paper Mauufac

11 turers, Carriage Makers, Civil Engineers,

“ New Hampshire,

19 Accountants, and Auctioneers, 3 each, 21

“ Connecticut,

8 Mechanics, Morocco Manufacturers,

Cabinet
" Rhode Island,

8 Manufacturers, Book-Keepers, Bankers,

" Vermont,

5 Jewellers, Publishers, Printers, Editors,

" New York,

6 Hotel Keepers, Boat Builders, and Builders,

" Pennsylvania, 2 each,

24
S. Carolina,

1 Ship Builders, Mahogany Dealers, Wool

“ Virginia,

1 Assorter, Sub-Marine Navigator, Mill

“ New Brunswick, Wright, Sieve Maker, Scythe Maker,

“ Nova Scotia,

1 Bridge Builder, Wool Dealer, Clerk, Manu

" Ireland,

3 facturing Agent, Baker, Painter, Paint Manufacturers, Machinist, Chair Seat Ma

Total

280 ker, Conductor, Ship Smith, Shoe Cutter,

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Williamsburgh, Joel Hayden, April 8, 1798 Williamsburg, Manufacturer,
Worcester, Rodney A. Miller, Feb. 10, 1798 Troy, N. Y., 0. Clergyman,
Taunton, Marcus Morton, Feb. 19, 1784 Freetown, Lawyer,
Newburyport, Richard S. Spofford, May 24, 1787 Georgetown, Physician,
Boston,

Thomas Worcester, April 15, 1795 Thornton, N. H. S. Clergyman,
Boston,

Thomas Russell, Sept. 26, 1825 Plymouth, Judge, Boston, Nath'l B. Shurtleff, June 29, 1810 Boston,

Physician, Boston,

John H. Twombly, July 19, 1814 Rochester, N. H. M. Clergyman, Cambridge, Emory Washburn, Feb. 14, 1800 Leicester, Lawyer, Taunton,

H. B. Wheelwright, May 22, 1824 Portsmouth, N.H. Preceptor, Milton, Jos. M. Churchill, April 29, 1821 Milton,

Lawyer, Boston, Winslow Lewis, July 8, 1799 Boston,

Physician, Boston,

Rollin H. Neale, Feb. 13, 1808 Southington, Ct. B. Clergyman, New Bedford, Abner J. Phipps, April 13, 1816 Portsmouth, N.H. Teacher, Boston,

Jacob Sleeper, Nov. 21, 1802 New Castle, Me. Merchant, Boston, Francis Bassett, Sept. 9, 1788 Dennis,

Lawyer, Pittsfield, Julius Rockwell, April 26, 1805 Colebrook, Ct. Lawyer, Nantucket, William Mitchell, Dec. 20, 1791 Nantucket, Cashier, Malden, Lorenzo R. Thayer, Dec. 2, 1814 Winchester, N.H. M. Clergyman, Roxbury, John Wayland,

E. Clergyman, Boston, Baron Stow,

June 16, 1801 Croyden, N. H.

B. Clergyman,
West Roxbury, Stephen M. Weld, Sept. 29, 1808 Boston,

Teacher,
Greenfield, D. W. Alvord, Oct. 21, 1816 Greenfield, Lawyer,
Boston,
T. W. Thayer,

U. Clergyman,
Amesbury, J. G. Whittier,
Lowell, Josiah G. Abbott, Nov. 1, 1815 Chelmsford, Lawyer,
Plymouth, Charles G. Davis, May 30, 1820 Plymouth, Lawyer,
Fall River, P. B. Haughwaut, May 25, 1828 Staten Island, B. Cleygyman,
Fitchburg,

Alfred Hitchcock, Oct. 17, 1813 Westminster, Vt. Physician,
Boston, Philip H. Sears,

Lawyer,

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COMMISSIONERS.

BANK COMMISSIONERS.
Joseph White, of Lowell,
J. Frederick Marsh, of Boston,
S. H. Walley, of Roxbury,

INSURANCE COMMISSIONERS.
Elizur Wright, of Boston,
George W. Sargent, of Lawrence,

PILOT COMMISSIONERS.
Caleb Curtis, of Boston,
John L. Swift, of Roxbury,
Robert B. Forbes, of Milton,

ALIEN COMMISSIONERS.
H. B. Wheelwright, Taunton.
Charles White, State Auditor,
Edward Hamilton, Sup’t Alien Passengers,

AGENT.
John G. Locke.

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