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May 22, 1824, Ports'th, N.Editor,

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT-Concluded. Residence.

Names.

Date of Birth. Native Place. Occupation.
Sec. Board of Education.
Williamstown, Joseph White,

Nov. 18, 1811, Charlemont, Lawyer, .

Librarian.
Andover, 8. C. Jackson, D.D., Mar. 13, 1802, Dorset, Vt., . Librarian,

Sec. Board of Agricul:ure.
Boston, Charles L. Flint,

May 8, 1824, Middleton,
Board State Charities.
Taunton, H. B. Wheelwright, Gen.
Agent,

, Concord, F. B. Sanborn, Sec’y, . Dec. 15, 1831, Hamp. Falls,

Sergeant-at-Arms.
Plymouth, Maj. John Morissey, Sept. 22, 1818, Boston,

Editor,
Messenger to

Governor and Council.
Boston, Joseph B. Spear, .

July 24, 1828, Baltimore, Clerk,
Boston, William McCarthy, . July 24, 1843, Ireland,

Asst. Messenger,
Messenger to

Secretary's Department.
Boston, Lewis Hayden,

Dec. 3, 1811, Lexington, Ky., Messenger, .'

1849.

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1853.

1858. 1863.

1859.

1861. 1861.

1858.

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Boston,
Plymouth,
Gloucester,
Boston,

1858. 1863. 1864. 1851.

BANK.
J. Frederick Marsh, July 31, 1825, Boston,

Pub. & Editor,
E. C. Sherman,
Oct. 5, 1818, Carver,

Merchant,
John J. Babson, .

June 15, 1809, Gloucester, . Gentleman,
James H. Wilder, Clerk,

Aug. 14, 1809, Hingham, Lawyer,
PUBLIC LANDS.
(Formerly Back Bay.)
Franklin Haven,

President Bank,
Edward C. Purdy,

Dec. 9, 1806, Rutland, Vt., Editor,
Charles Hale, :
June 7, 1831, Boston,

Editor,
W. B. 0. Peabody, Clerk, May 9, 1831, Springfield, . Architect,

INSURANCE
Elizur Wright,

Feb. 12, 1804, So. Canaan, Ct., Editor,
George W. Sargent, Sept. 4, 1809, Newburyport, Editor,

Boston,
Somerville,
Boston,
Bostov,

1858. 1855. 1858. 1859.

Boston,
Lawrence,

1858. 1858.

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LIQUOR.
Edward F. Porter,

Boston,

July 21, 1820, Scituate,

Sailmaker,

1861.

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Chelsea,
Boston,

Mellen Chamberlain,
Martin Griffin,
Martin Brimmer, .
Charles R. Codman,
George F. Williams,

June 4, 1821, Pembroke, N. H.,
Nov. 10, 1825, Ireland, .
Dec. 9, 1829, Boston,
Oct. 28,-1829, Boston,
May 8, 1817, Boston,

Lawyer,
Printer,
Gentleman,
Lawyer,
Merchant,

1858.
1859.
1859.
1864.
1855.

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Darwin E. Ware,
Israel W. Andrews,
Thomas Wright,
Henry Carter,
John I. Baker,

Lawyer,
Trial Justice,
Lawyer,
Lawyer,
Clerk,

1863.
1855.
1853.
1863.
1840.

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SUFFOLK COUNTY.
First District,
Second
Third
Fourth
Fifth

Essex COUNTY.
First District,
Second
Third
Fourth
Fifth

MIDDLESEX COUNTY.
First District,
Second
Third
Fourth
Fifth
Sixth

WORCESTER COUNTY.
Central District,
South-east"
South-west 65
West
North-east «
East "

Francis Childs,
Joseph Crafts,
Thomas Rice, Jr.,
George Heywood,
Oliver R. Clark,
Samuel A. Brown,

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Marblehead, Feb. 11, 1831, Salem,
Danvers, July 1, 1820, Danvers,
Lawrence,

April 30, 1822, Lowell, .
Bradford, Sept. 20, 1815, Bridgeton, Me.,
Beverly, Aug. 16, 1812, Beverly,
Charlestown, . July 28, 1820, Charlestown,
Watertown, Nov. 4, 1818, Cambridge,
Newton, Dec. 16, 1810, Newton,
Concord, May 24, 1826, Concord,
Winchester, Mar. 16, 1819, Tewksbury,
Lowell, Nov. 4, 1810, Ipswich,
Worcester,

June 5, 1826, Upton,
Milford, Sept. 30, 1818, Stoughton,
Leicester, May 21, 1820, Leicester,
Royalston, Sept. 21, 1818, Royalston,
Princeton,

Dec. 26, 1806, Sterling,
Berlin, Oct. 5, 1819, | Richmond, N. H.,

Merchant,
Accountant,
Paper Manufacturer,
Lawyer,
Mahogany Dealer,
Lawyer,

1864.
1859.
1857.
1862.
1859.
1863.

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Holyoke, Dec. 19, 1825, Bradford, Vt., Longmeadow, Feb. 10, 1817, Pittsfield,

Lawyer,
Physician,

1860. 1864.

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HAMPDEN COUNTY. West District,

Wm. B. C. Pearsons, East

Thomas L. Chapman,
HAMPSHIRE AND FRANK-

LIN COUNTIES.
Hampshire District, Lewis J. Dudley,
Franklin

William H. Sanborn,
Hampshire & Franklin Dis., Admiral A. Ward,

BERKSHIRE COUNTY.
North District,

Edwin F. Jenks, .
South

Jonathan E. Field,
NORFOLK COUNTY.
North District,

George Frost,
East

Samuel Babcock, .
West

Otis Cary,
BRISTOL COUNTY.
North District,

John E. Sanford,
South

Robert C. Pitman,
West

Walter D. Nichols,
PLYMOUTH COUNTY.
North District,

H. N. Gardner,
South

Henry Barstow,
Middle

Jacob H. Loud,
BARNSTABLE, NANTUCKET

AND DUKES COUNTIES.
Cape District,

Freeman Cobb,
Island

Nathan Crocker, .

Northampton, Nov. 13, 1815, Guilford, Ct., .
Greenfield, Feb. 18, 1822, Strafford, Vt.,
Orange, Aug. 4, 1814, Orange,
Adams, . Aug. 21, 1821, Adams,
Stockbridge, July 11, 1813, Haddam, Ct.,
Roxbury,

Dec. 11, 1819, Dorchester,
Milton,

Nov. 5, 1812, Milton,
Foxborough, June 14, 1804, Bridgewater,
Taunton, Nov. 22, 1830, Dennis,
New Bedford, Mar. 16, 1825, Newport, R. I.,
Berkley, April 28, 1814, Berkley,
So. Scituate, Sept. 19, 1814, Hingham,
Mattapoisett, Dec. 3, 1817, Mattapoisett,
Plymouth, Feb. 5, 1802, Hingham,

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Blacksmith,
Shipwright,
Lawyer, .

1857.
1864.
1863.

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Brewster,
Barnstable,

Oct. 10, 1831, Brewster,
Sept. 16, 1814, Barnstable,

Merchant,
Druggist,

1864.
1856.

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Hon. A. H. BULLOCK, SPEAKER.

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Eneas Smyth,
John Dacey,*
C. T. Stevens
George T. Sampson, .
Richard Beeching,
Frederick Pease,
Edward Riley,
John Glancy,
Augustus 0. Allen,
John Brown,
John Bigelow,
Augustine G. Stimson,
Harrison Ritchie,
George P. Clapp,
Charles J. McCarthy,
Henry W. Foley,
John S. Tyler,
Eben Cutler,
Charles Nowell,
Daniel Spooner,
Moses Kimball,
Joseph T. Bailey,
A. A. Ranney,
Jonathan A. Lane,
Edwin Briggs,
Henry Souther,
Lewis C. Whiton,

Grocer,
Junk Dealer,
Provision Dealer,
Ship Builder,
Cork Manufacturer,
Clerk,
Trader,
Hotel Keeper,
Lawyer,
Provision Dealer,
Gentleman,
Merchant,
Lawyer,
Liquor Agency,
Lawyer,
Grocer, :
Insurance Broker,
Jeweller,
Builder,
Merchant,
Boston Museum,
Merchant,
Lawyer,
Merchant,
Ship Builder,
Manufacturer,
Merchant,

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Chelsea,

July 20, 1798, Hopkinton, N.H., Insurance Agent, July 31, 1808, Boston,

Clergyman,

Ira Cheever,
Edward Otheman,

1863. 1864.

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1857.

Chelsea,
North Chelsea,
Winthrop, .

Essex COUNTY.
( Amesbury,

Salisbury,
Newburyport, Ward 6,
Andover,
(Beverly,
Wenham,
Topsfield,
Danvers,
Essex, .
Manchester,
Georgetown,
Groveland,
Gloucester, :

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James D. Pike, . Amesbury, Feb. 26, 1829, Salisbury, Merchant,
Aaron Morrill, Jr., Salisbury, Aug. 30, 1812, Salisbury, Insurance Agent,
George Foster, .

Andover, June 21, 1810, Andover, Public Administ'r, .
Benjamin D. Grant, Beverly, Aug. 15, 1815, Beverly,

Master Mason,
Nathaniel Conant, Topsfield, Oct. 5, 1795, Topsfield, Shoe Manufacturer,
Charles P. Preston, Danvers, Sept. 24, 1820, Danvers,

Farmer,
Nehemiah Burnham, . Essex,

May 27, 1829, Essex,

Shoemaker,
Charles Beecher, Georgetown, . Oct. 9, 1815, Litchfield, Ct., Clergyman,
Benj. H. Smith,

Gloucester, · May 29, 1833, Rockport, Lawyer,
Charles Fitz,

July 21, 1806, Gloucester, Master Mariner,
Francis J. Stevens, Haverhill, June 20, 1824, Gilford, N. H., Physician,
Charles G. Burnham,

Oct. 6, 1803, Dunbarton, N.H., Teacher,
William Heard, Ipswich, . Jan. 1, 1789, Ipswich,

Bridge Builder,
Thomas Parsons, Lawrence,

Mar. 19, 1822, Gilmanton, N. H., Lawyer,
Lemuel A. Bishop,

May 29, 1829, Bristol, R. I., Stove Dealer,
S. N. Richardson, Lynn,

Dec. 31, 1811, Lynn,

Shoe Manufacturer,
John F. Brown,

Jan. 14, 1837, Salem,

Shoemaker,
Charles V
W. Palfray, Salem, Dec. 20, 1813, Salem,

Editor,
George W. Patch,
Marblehead, April 30, 1817, Boston,

Clergyman,
Jacob Emerson, Jr., Methuen,

June 27, 1829, Salem, N. H., Manufacturer,
Simon J. Roney,

Dec. 23, 1824, Massena, N. Y., . Clergyman,
Lynn,

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1863.

15.

1864.

16.

W. Newbury, Aug. 30, 1832, West Newbury, · Shoe Manufacturer, 1864.

17.

Eben P. Stanwood,

* Died February 5, 1864.

| Elected to fill vacancy.

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