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12.

Ezekiel Sawin,
Wm. H. Washburn,

Fairhaven,
Acushnet,

Sept. 13, 1792, | Natick,

Merchant, Dec. 15, 1830, Pawtucket, R. I., Trader,

1835. 1863.

1.

Joseph Osgood,

Cohasset,

Sept. 23, 1815, Kensington,N.H., Clergymen,

1863.

2.

1863

Crocker Wilder,
Isaac M. Wilder,

Hingham,
Hanover,

3.

1857.

4.

Wm. H. H. Bryant,

Pembroke,

1863.

5.

May 5, 1802, Ilingham, Manufacturer,
June 19, 1805, Hingham, Trader, .
Mar. 20, 1826, Foxborough,

Merchant,
Aug. 4, 1815, Kingston, Farmer,
Feb. 5, 1802, Hingham,

Lawyer,
May 25, 1820, Wareham, . Mechanic,
May 28, 1820, Fred'ksburg, Va., Master Mariner,

Alden S. Bradford,
Jacob H. Loud,
Thomas Pierce,
Benjamin F. Gibbs,

Kingston,
Plymouth,

1863.
1863.
1863.

6.

Berkley,
Freetown,
Fairhaven, Acushnet,

PLYMOUTH County.
(including Cohasset.)
Hull,
Cohasset,
Scituate,
Hingham,
South Situate,
Hanover,
Marshfield,
Pembroke,
Duxbury,
Kingston,
Plymouth,
Carver,
Wareham,
Marion,
Mattapoisett,
Rochester,
Lakeville,
Middleborough,
Bridgewater,
W. Bridgewater,

N. Bridgewater,
E. Bridgewater,

Abington,
Hanson,
Halifax,
Plympton,
BARNSTABLE COUNTY.
Barnstable,
Sandwich,
Falmouth,

7.

Wareham,

1863.

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Middleborough, Jan. 22, 1816, Middleborough, · Lawyer,

1850.
Bridgewater, . Jan. 24, 1824, Bridgewater, Cotton Gin Man'f'r, 1863.
E. Bridgewater, April 19, 1820, E. Bridgewater, Boot & Shoe M'f'r, 1862.
N. Bridgewater, July 16, 1810, Plymouth, Trader, .

1863.
Abington, Jan. 24, 1830, Winchendon, Lawyer,

1857. Nov. 26, 1820, Abington, Book-keeper,

1863.

12.

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Malden, .
Upton,
Marion, :
Worcester,
Cambridge,
Adams,
Northfield,
Falmouth,
Rockport,
Milford, .
Ludlow, .
Fall River,
Randolph,

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William S. Robinson,
Rev. George S. Ball,
James H. Allen,
Harrison G. Otis,
Alvah Cotton,
George W. Nottingham,
George H. Phelps,
William Nye, Jr.,
Henry T. Lowe,
Leonard D. Hadley,
David C. Jones,
William E. Wrightington,
E. W. Lewis,
C. S. Drew,
F. S. Hillard,
William S. Stoddard,
James N. Tolman,
Edward Rolfe,
William Goodhue,
Bartholomew Hearty,

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Dec. 7, 1818, Concord, Clerk,
May 2, 1823, Leomiuster, Chaplain,
Feb. 22, 1823, Rochester, Door-keeper,
Sept. 18, 1835, Worcester, Asst. do.,
Dec. 17, 1836, Holderness, NH., Post Master,
July 11, 1818, Stamford, Vt., Messenger,
March 6, 1825, Northfield,
July 31, 1805, Falmouth,
Sept. 23, 1806, Rockport,
April 13, 1829, Mendon,
Sept. 2, 1827, Ludlow, .
Nov. 1, 1824,

Fall River,
Dec. 12, 1842, Randolph, Page,
May 14, 1848, Worcester,
Sept. 10, 1841, Brooklyn, N.Y.,
April 7, 1815, Boston,

Watchman,
Feb. 9, 1815,
April 22, 1815, Portland, Me.,
Oct. 5, 1823, Danvers,
March 17, 1807, Ireland, . Fireman,

1862. 1863. 1859. 1860. 1863. 1862. 1862 1862. 1862. 1863. 1863. 1863. 1863. 1862. 1863. 1840. 1852. 1856. 1862. 1854.

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RECAPITULATION

OF THE

Senate and House of Representatives ----1863.

[Whole Number of Senators, 40-Representatives, 240—Total, 280.]

Editor and PrinterWheel Manufacturer,
Nurseryman, Dyer, Tanner, Truckman, Rail-
road Agent, Manufacturer and Merchant, Wool
Assorter, Seedsman, Trial Justice, Jeweller,
Mariner, Editor, Shipmaster, Master Mariner,
Merchant Tailor, Cotton Gin Manufacturer,
Treasurer Savings Bank, Engaged by Locks
and Canals, 1 each,

41 280

Merchants,

42 Farmers,

41 Lawyers,

36 Manufacturers,

21 Boot and Shoe Manufacturers,

15 Clergymen,

12 Traders,

9 Physicians,

8 Gentlemen,

6 Grocers and Clerks, 5 each,

10 Builders, Mechanics and Lumber Dealers, 4 each, 12 Wood and Coal,

3 Stove Dealers, Printers, Blacksmiths, Druggists,

Shoe Cutters, Shoe Makers, Machinists, Iron
Founders, Paper Manufacturers, Book-keepers,
Publishers, Teachers, 2 each,

24 Lumber Merchant, Junk Dealer, Hotel Keeper,

Stamper and Gilder, Liquor Agent, Deputy
Sheriff, Insurance Agent, Hatter, Furniture
Dealer, President of Railroad, Engineer, Stone
Cutter, Treasurer, Flour and Grain, Snuff and
Tobacco, Tanner and Currier, Shipwright,
Leather Dealer, Cashier, Piano Manufacturer,

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Boston,
Pittsfield, .
Nantucket,
Malden,
Roxbury, :
W. Roxbury,
Greenfield,
Amesbury,
Boston,
Boston,
Boston,
Plymouth,
Fall River,
Fitchburg,
Boston,
Lowell,
Chelsea,
Newburyport,
Boston,
Boston,
Boston,
Taunton,
Boston,
Worcester,
Roxbury,
Boston,
Boston,
Boston,
Boston,
Milton,

Francis Bassett,
Julius Rockwell,
William Mitchell,
Lorenzo R. Thayer,
John Wayland,
Stephen M. Weld,
Daniel W. Alvord,
John G. Whittier,
Baron Stow,.
Thomas B. Thayer,
Josiah G. Abbott,
Charles G. Davis, .
P. B. Haugh wout,
Alfred Hitchcock,
Phillip H. Sears,
E. Huntington,
A. P. Mason,
A. B. Muzzey,
George Morey,
Jacob M. Manning,
Thomas Russell,
H. B. Wheelwright,
A. A. Miner,
J. H. Twombly,
A. L. Stone, .
Winslow Lewis,
Rollin H. Neale,
Edward Everett,
Jacob Sleeper,
J. M. Churchill,

Sept. 9, 1788, Dennis, :

Lawyer,
April 26, 1805, Colebrook, Ct., Lawyer,
Dec. 20, 1791, Nantucket,

Cashier,
Dec. 2, 1814, Winchester, N. H., Clergyman,

Clergyman,
Sept. 29, 1808, Boston,

Teacher,
Oct. 21, 1817, Greenfield,

Lawyer,
Dec. 17, 1807, Haverhill,

Poet,
June 16, 1801, Croyden, N. II., Clergyman,
Sept. 10, 1812, Boston, ·

Clergyman,
Nov. 1, 1815, Chelmsford,

Lawyer,
May 30, 1820, Plymouth,

Lawyer,
May 25, 1828, Staten Island, Clergyman,
Oct. 17, 1813, Westmivster, Vt., Physician,
Dec. 30, 1822, Dennis,

Lawyer,
April 9, 1796, Topsfield,

Physician,
Jan. 19, 1813, Cheshire,

Clergyman,
Sept. 21, 1802, Lexington,

Clergyman,
June 12, 1789, Walpole,

Lawyer,
Dec. 31, 1825, Greenwood, N. Y.; Clergyman,
Sept. 26, 1825, Plymouth,

Judge,
May 22, 1824, Portsmouth, N. H., Preceptor,
Aug. 17, 1814, Lempster, N. H., Clergyman,
July 19, 1314, Rochester, N. H., Clergyman,
Nov. 25, 1815, Oxford, Ct.,

Clergyman,
July 8, 1799, Boston, .

Physician,
Feb. 13, 1808, Southington, Ct., Clergyman,
April 11, 1794, Dorchester,

Gentleman,
Nov. 21, 1802, Newcastle, Me., Merchant,
April 29, 1821, Milton, .

Lawyer, :

1853. 1853. 1857. 1857. 1857. 1858. 1852. 1859. 1854. 1858. 1859. 1859. 1859. 1859. 1859 1859. 1860. 1860. 1854. 1859. 1855. 1855. 1861. 1855. 1852. 1856. 1856. 1827. 1856. 1856.

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