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1835–Senators, Laurent Durocher, Edward 1859–Senator, Lewis Welch; RepresentaD. Ellis; Representatives, Alpheus Felch, tives, William Dunbar, Samuel Mulhollen. James J. Godfroy.

1861-Senator, Samuel Mulhollen ; Repre1837–Senators, Laurent Durocher, Edward sentatives, Emerson Choate, George Peters. D. Ellis; Representatives, Alpheus Folch, 1863–Senator, William Corbin; RepresenThomas Farrington.

tatives, John G. Hood, Andrew J. Heeney, - 1838–Senators, Norman D. Curtis, Warner Edward G. Morton. Wing; Representatives, Francis Charter, Rob’t 1865–Senator, Nathan Langdon ; RepresenMcClelland.

tatives, Victor Dusseau, Edward G. Morton, 1839–Senators, Norman D. Curtis, Warner Charles W. Pitts. Wing; Representatives, Daniel S. Bacon, Lau. 1867—–Senator, George Peters; Representarent Durocher.

tives, Charles G. Mallott, John J. Stevens, Joel 1840- Senator, Seba Murphy; Representa J. Dusseau. tives, Nelson Dunham, Robert McClelland. 1869 - Senator, Edward G. Morton; Repre

1811--Sonator, Seba Murphy ; Representa sentatives, Victor A. Dusseau, Henry A. Nortives, Levi S. Humphrey, Henry Smith. ton, Joseph Weier.

1842--Senator, John Burch; Representatives, 1871–Senator, Edward G. Morton; ReproLevi S. Humphrey, Austin E. Wing.

sentatives, Patrick Gorman, Ira R. Grosvenor, 1843–Senator, John Burch; Representatives, John J. Sumner. Robert McClelland (Speaker), George Young- 1873–Senator, John J. Sumner; Representalove.

tives, Henry B. Welch, Christian Hertzler. 1844–Senator, Jefferson G. Thurber; Rep. 1875–Senator, Heman J. Redfield; Represenresentatives, Nelson Dunham, Hiram Stone. tatives, Christian Hertzler, Dyckes McLachlin.

1845–Senator, Jefferson G. Thurber; Rep. 1877--Senator, Heman J. Redfield ; Repreresentatives, Hiram Stone, Henry Mason. sentativos, Lucian B. Miller, Joseph L. Valade. · 1846–Senator, Jefferson G. Thurber; Rep. 1879 - Senator, Harry A. Conant; Represenresentatives, Nelson Dunbam, David A. Noble. tatives, Lucian Miller, John Strong, Jr.

1847–Senator, Jefferson G. Thurber; Rep- 1881-Senator, John Strong, Jr.; Reresontaresentatives, Alexander M. Arzeno, Lewis tives, John C. Eckerman, Walter Hacket. Darrah, David A. Noble.

1883–Senator, John Strong, Jr.; RepresenBy an act of the legislature approved March tatives, William A. French, Burton Parker. 16, 1847, the seat of government of the State 1885–Senator, Christian Hertzler; Reprewas removed from Detroit to Lansing.

sentatives, Seward Baker, Addison E. Dunbar. 1848–Senator, Nelson Dunbam; Represen 1887-Senator of District, James S. Gorman, tatives, James Mulhollen, James I. Russell, of Washtenaw county, which by new apportionHiram Stone.

ment was included with Monroe county; Ropre1849–Senator, Nelson Dunbam; Represen- sentatives, Seward Baker, Addison E. Dunbar. tatives, Edward G. Morton, Junius Tilden, 1889-Senator of District, James S. Gorman, Samuel Mulhollen.

of Washtenaw county, which by new apportion1850--Senator, Isaac P. Christiancy; Repre- ment was included with Monroe county ; Representatives, Norman Barnes, John B. King, Ed. sentatives, Samuol P. Jackson, Charles Angerer. ward G. Morton. 1851–Senator, Isaac P. Christiancy ; Repre

POSTMASTERS AT MONROE. sentatives, Patrick Corrigan, Jefferson G. Thur. John C. Cox (Est.), appointed Nov. 27, 1822. ber (Speaker), Eleazer Barnes.

Cbas. Noble, appointed July 24, 1824.
UNDER NEW APPORTIONMENT.

Lambert Conchois, appointed April 10, 1828. 1852 and 1853–Senator, Alexander M. Lyman M. Stewart, appointed June 23, 1832. Arzeno; Representatives, Alfred G. Bates, Jas. Q Adams, appointed November 1, 1834. Edward G. Morton.

J. G. Godfroy, appointed January 31, 1838. 1855–Senator, Wm. H. Montgomery; Repre Joseph C. Cole, appointed September 13, 1841. sentatives, Charles T. Cady, George Kirkland. John I. Wendell, appointed June 25, 1845.

1857—Senator, Lewis Welch ; Representa Walter P. Clark, appointed November 4, 1847. tives, William Dunbar, Samuel Mulhollen. Joseph C. Cole, appointed September 25, 1850.

Frazey M. Winans, appointed February 23, second ward, Harry Conant; third ward, 1854.

George Clancy; fourth ward, John Anderson ; Edwin Willits, appointed December 16, 1862. fifth ward, Ezekiel A. Peltier. Assessors : First George Spalding, appointed July 27, 1866. ward, Issachar Frost; second ward, Nathan

Milo D. Hamilton, appointed December 15, Hubble; third ward, Smith Stuart; fourth 1870.

ward, Dan. S. Bacon; fifth ward, James J. Wm. A. Noble, appointed December 18, 1874. Godfroy. Street commissioners : First disOtis A. Critchett, appointed March 1, 1883. trict, N. D. Curtis; second district, J. B. BezHenry S. Noble, appointed February 22, 1887. zeau.

1841-Mayor, Robert McClelland; treasurer, MONROE CITY OFFICERS.

Walter W. Prentiss ; collector, Timothy Haw1837-Mayor, George B. Harleston ; recorder, ley; recorder, Abner Morton; clerk, Allen A. Warner Wing; solicitor, Alpheus Felch ; clerk, Rabineau ; marsbal, Jacob W. Alexander ; Carlos Colton ; surveyor, Nathan Hubble; surveyor, Titus Babcock; solicitor, Alpheus marshal, Jacob W. Alexander. Aldermen: Felch. Aldermen: First ward, E. G. Brigham; First ward, Norman D. Curtis; second ward, second ward, Loomis Palmer; third ward, Robert McClelland, Harry V. Man; third ward, George Clancy; fourth ward, Daniel S. Bacon; Walter P. Clark; fourth ward, Warren Stod- fifth ward, Medard Couture. Assessors : First dard ; fifth ward, James J. Godfroy. Street ward, Ambrose Beach ; second ward, Josiah W. commissioners: First ward, Luther Harvey; Alexander; third ward, John Paxton; fourth second ward, Benjamin F. Southwick; third ward, Daniel S. Bacon ; fifth ward, Charles M. ward, Chester Stuart; fourth ward, Andrew Humphrey. Street commissioners: First ward, Weir; fifth ward, Antoine Nadeau.

James Murphy ; second ward, Joseph Loranger, 1838 — Mayor, James Q. Adams; treasurer, jr.; third ward, Elisha Brigham ; fourth ward, Peter P. Ferry; collector, Rodolphus Nims; Rodolphus Nims; fifth ward, Sylvester Godrecorder, David A. Noble; marshal, Benjamin froy. W. Latham; surveyor, Nathan Hubble; solic- 1842- Mayor, Walter P. Clark; treasurer, itor, Franklin Johnson. Aldermen: First Walter W. Prentiss; marsbal and collector, ward, Julius D. Morton ; second ward, Nathan Timothy Hawley; clerk, J. B. Whipple; solicHubblo; third ward, Smith Stuart; fourth ward, itor, Hiram Stone; surveyor, Nathan Hubble. John Bush; fifth ward, James J. Godfroy. Aldermen: First ward, Samuel Crcelman ; Assessors : First ward, George Fish ; second second ward, Josiah W. Alexander; third ward, ward, Robert G. Clark; third ward, George W. James McBride; fourth ward, Henry Smith ; Strong; fourth ward, Thomas Clark; fifth fifth ward, Ezekiel A. Peltier. ward, Ezekiel A. Peltier.

1843– Mayor, James J. Godfroy; treasurer, 1839 — Mayor, Dan. B. Miller; treasurer, Walter W. Prentiss; marshal and collector, Peter P. Ferry; collector, Rodolphus Nims; Timothy H. Hawley; solicitor, Charles W. Ford; recorder, David A. Noble; solicitor, Nathaniel recorder, Henry Smith ; surveyor, Nathan S. Howe; clerk, Carlos Colton; marshal, Theron Hubble; clerk, James B. Whipple. Aldermon : Taylor. Aldermen: First ward, Julius D. First ward, Samuel Creelman; second ward, Morton; second ward, Obadiah Spalding; third Obadiah Spalding; third ward, James McBride ; ward, Walter P. Clark; fourth ward, Munson fourth ward, Alexander D. Anderson ; fifth Hurd; fifth ward, James J. Godfroy. Assessors: ward, Medard Couture. First ward, Benjamin W. Bevier; second ward, 1844-Mayor, Levi S. Humphrey; treasurer, Josiah W. Alexander; third ward, John Pax. Walter P. Clark; marshal, Jarvis Eldred; ton; fourth ward, Sizer Stoddard ; fifth ward, recorder, David A. Noble; solicitor, Isaac P. Ezekiel A. Pelton.

Christiancy ; surveyor, Titus Babcock; clerk, 1849 - Mayor, Dan. B. Miller; treasurer, James B. Whipple. Aldermen: First ward, Peter P. Ferry; collector, Timothy Hawley; John Mulhollen ; second ward, Obadiah Spaldrecorder, Franklin Johnson; clerk, Allen A. ing; third ward, James McBride; fourth ward, Rabineau; marshal, John W. Anderson; sur. John W. Miller; fifth ward, Medard Couture. veyor, Nathan Hubble ; solicitor, C. H. Van- 1845-Mayor, James J. Godfroy; treasurer, cleve. Aldermen: First ward, E. G. Brigham; John Burch; marsbal, Jarvis Eldred; clerk,

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James B. Whipple ; solicitor, Ira R. Grosvenor; James McBride, Alexander Ragan ; third ward, recorder, Abner Morton ; surveyor, Titus Bab- Rodolphus Nims, Wm. R. Nowlen. cock. Aldermen: First ward, James E. Skin- 1857-Mayor, Edward G. Morton ; recorder, ner; third ward, John Paxton; fourth ward, Gershom T. Bulkley; treasurer, James E. SkinOscar Stoddard ; , fifth ward, Charles M. ner; marsbal and collector, Jarvis Eldred; Humphrey.

justico of the peace, Alex. D. Anderson ; school 1846—Mayor, Henry Smith ; treasurer, John inspector, Franklin Johnson ; clerk, John B. Burch ; collector and marshal, Jarvis Eldred; Whipple. Aldermen: First ward, Walter W. clerk, James B. Whipple ; recorder, Henry V. Prentiss, Leander Kibbe; second ward, Joseph Man; solicitor, Ira R. Grosvenor ; surveyor, Shoup, Jesse Consor ; third ward, Walter K. Titus Babcock. Aldermen: First ward, Wed Nowlen, Thomas Clark. Assessors : First worth Wadsworth ; second ward, Isaac Lewis; ward, E. G. Brigham; second ward, Alexander third ward, George W. Strong; fourth ward, Ragan; third ward, Ira R. Grosvenor. Alexander D. Anderson; filth ward, Medard Couture.

Franklin Johnson; treasurer, James E. Skin1847-Mayor, Samuel J. Holley; treasurer, ner; marshal and collector, Jarvis Eldred; John Burch; marsbal and collector, Jarvis justice of the peace, Francis Wurtzsmith; clerk, Eldred; clerk, J. B. Whipple; recorder, Harry J. B. Whipple. Aldermen: First ward, BenV. Man; solicitor, Franklin Johnson; surveyor, jamin Dansard, A. L. Aldrich; second ward, Titus Babcock. Aldermen: First ward, Isaac Michael Fishburn, William Gilmore; third · Merrill; second ward, Isaac Lewis; third ward, ward, Thomas Clark, Wm. R. Nowlen. AssesLuther H. Barnes; fourth ward, Alexander D. sors: First ward, Nathan Hubble; second Anderson; fifth ward, Medard Couture. ward, George W. Strong; third ward, Ira R.

1848 – Mayor, Harry V. Man; treasurer, Grosvenor. Daniel S. Bacon; marshal and collector, Jarvis · 1853—Mayor, Silas R. Arnold; recorder, Eldred ; justice of the peace, Chas. W. Ford; Jefferson G. Thurber; treasurer, James E. school inspector, Winfield Smith; clerk, J. B. Skinner; marshal and collector, Eldridge G. Whipple. Assessors: First ward, N. D. Curtis; Brigham; justices of the peace, Walter P. Clark, second ward, Henry D. Walbridge; third ward, Laurent Durocher; school inspector, John John Burch. Aldermen: First ward, Isaac P. Burch; clerk, J. B. Whipple. Aldermen: First Christiancy, Eldridge G. Brigham; second ward, A. L. Aldrich, Cassimer Waldorf; second ward, Isaac Lewis, Luther H. Barnes; third ward, Jacob Van Wormer, Frederick Waldorf; ward, Norman R. Haskell, Talcott E. Wing. tbird ward, Thomas Clark, Geo. R. Mandavell.

1849-Mayor, James Armitage ; treasurer, Assessors: First ward, John M. Oliver; second Wedworth W. Clark; marshal and collector, ward, Geo. W. Strong; third ward, Ira R. Jarvis Eldred ; justice of the peace, Charles W. Grosvenor. Ford; school inspector, Franklin Johnson; clerk, 1854 - Mayor, Walter W. Prentiss; recorder, J. B. Whipple; contractor for dredging canal, Junius Tilden ; treasurer, James E. Skinner; Harvey W. Campbell. Assessors : First ward, marshal and collector, Frederick C. Godfroy; Norman D. Curtis; second ward, Henry V. justice of the peace, Luman Stevens, school Disbrow; third ward, Thomas Clark. Alder inspector, Jacob Van Wormer. Aldermen : men: First ward, Walter W. Prentiss, Chester First ward, Cassimer Waldorf, Addison L. Stuart; second ward, Carlos Colton, Edward Aldrich; second ward, Frederick Waldorf, Crump; third ward, Warren Stoddard, Wm. H. John W. Little ; third ward, George Mandavell, Veeley.

Daniel P. Newell. Assessors: First ward, 1850-Mayor, John Burch ; recorder, David E. G. Brigham ; second ward, Geo. W. Strong; A. Noble ; treasurer, Jas. E. Skinner; clerk, third ward, John Burch. John B. Whipple ; justice of the peace, Laurent 1855-Mayor, George W. Strong; marshal, Durocher; school inspector, Ephraim Baldwin. John Mulhollen; solicitor, Isaac P. Christiancy; Assessors: First ward, E. G. Brigham ; second surveyor, Nathan Hubble; clerk, James B. ward, N. N. Kendall; third ward, Ira R. Gros- Whipple; recorder, Jefferson G. Thurber; venor. Aldermen: First Ward, Walter P. treasurer, James E. Skinner; assessors, Cass. . Clark, Walter W. Prentiss; second ward, imer Waldorf, John Stevens. Aldermen: First

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ward, Joseph M Sterling, Cassimer Waldorf; ward, Wm. E. Bronson; third ward, Wm. E. second ward, John J. Stevens, Richard Gil- Bronson. Aldermen: First ward, Jacob Cook ; more; third ward, Geo. R. Mandavell, Matthew second ward, Louis Lafontain; third ward, Gibson. Collectors : First ward, A. L. Ald- Daniel P. Newell. Street commissioners : rich ; second ward, John W. Little; third ward, First ward, Damian Brillman; second ward, Philip Nadeau, Street commissioners: First Henry Shovin ; third ward, Matthew Gibson. ward, John Heritage ; second ward, John Tull; 1860— Mayor, Roderick O'Connor; recorder, third ward, Rodolphus Nims.

John R. Rauch; treasurer, Joseph Weier; 1856—Mayor, Eldridge G. Brigham; recorder, justice of the peace, John G. Rother; school W. W. Prentiss; treasurer, James E. Skinner; inspector, Charles South worth. Assessors : justice of the peace, Medard Couture; school First ward, Junius Tilden ; second ward, John inspector, H. P. Vrooman; street commissioner, J. Stephens; third ward, Talcott E. Wing. James Murphy. Aldermen: First ward, Cass- Aldermen: First ward, Moses Nadeau ; second imer Waldorf; second ward, Jas. G. McBride; Noel Vincent; third ward, Frederick C. Godthird ward, Benjamin Dansard. Assessors : froy. Collectors: First ward, Charles KirchFirst ward, Junius Tilden ; second ward, gessner; second ward, John Paxton ; third ward, Frazey M. Winans; third ward, Talcott E. Peter Beitzel. Wing Collectors: First ward, A. L. Ald. 1861 - Mayor, Roderick O'Connor; recorder, rich ; second ward, Thomas Doyle; third ward, Alexander D. Anderson; treasurer, Joseph Philip Nadeau.

Wcier; justice of the peace, Walter W. Prentiss; 1857 – Mayor, Frederick Waldorf; recorder, school inspector, A. M. Rose. Assessors : First Ira R. Grosvenor ; treasurer, James E. Skinner; ward, Stephen G. Clark; second ward, John J. justice of the peace, Walter W. Prentiss, school Stevens; third ward, Talcott E. Wing. Alderinspector, Luman H. Stevens. Assessors : men: First ward, A. L. Aldrich ; second ward, First ward, Junius Tilden; second ward, Gouv'r A. T. Eisenman; third ward, Oscar Stoddard. Morris; third ward, Wm. H. Wells. Alder- Collectors; First ward, Job C. Eaton ; second men: First ward, Joseph M. Sterling ; second ward, John P. Schluter; third ward, Leander ward, Luther Bisbee; third ward, Eliab H. Shovin. Reynolds. Collectors: First ward, A. L. Ald. 1862-Mayor, Joseph M. Sterling; recorder, rich ; second ward, Alonzo Strong; third ward, Frederick C. Godfroy; treasurer, Edward G. Philip Nadeau. Street commissioners: First Morton; justice of the peace, Alexander D. ward, James Murphy; second ward, Henry Anderson ; school inspector, Charles Toll. Shovin ; third ward, Rodolphus Nims.

Assessors: First ward, Stephen G. Clark ; 1858_Mayor, Frederick Waldorf; recorder, second ward, James Phelan; third ward, Luman H. Stevens; treasurer, James E. Skin Talcott E. Wing. Aldermen: First ward, ner; justice of the peace, Laurent Durocher; Joseph Weier; second ward, Alanson Wilson ; • school inspector, Edward G. Thurber. Asses- third ward, Joseph Dansard. Collectors : First sors: First ward, Junius Tilden ; second ward, ward, Henry Heck; second ward, Lewis CrowF. M. Winans; third ward, John Burcb. Alder- der; third ward, John Davis. men: First ward, Leander Kibbe; second 1863-Mayor, Joseph M. Sterling; recorder, ward, James McBride ; third ward, Oscar Stod- Frederick Waldorf; treasurer, Benjamin Dandard. Collectors : First ward, Christian F. sard ; school inspector, Charles Toll; justice of Beck ; second ward, John P. Schluter; third the peace, Frazey M. Winans. Aldermen: ward, Philip Nadeau. Street commissioners: First ward, Thomas Norman; second ward, First ward, George Lindsley; second ward, Jacob Van Wormer; tbird ward, Michael CasFrancis Duclo; third ward, Hillary Lemerand. sady. Assessors; First ward, Eldridge G. Brig

1859-Mayor, Frederick Waldorf; recorder, bam ; second ward, Michael Phelan; third ward, Frazey M. Winans; treasurer, Eldridge G. Talcott E. Wing. Collectors : First ward, Brigham ; justice of the peace, Gouv'r Morris; Christian Eisenman; second ward, Lewis Crowschool inspector, Junius Tilden. Assessors: der; third ward, John Davis. First ward, Junius Tilden ; second ward, John 1864-Mayor, Silas R. Arnold; recorder, W. Little ; third ward, Thomas Clark. Collec- Charles Toll; treasurer, William Sternes; school tors: First ward, Christian F. Beck; second inspector, M. J. Vincent; justice of the peace,

John Burch. Aldermen: First ward, Job C. Little ; second ward, Patrick Maynes ; third Eaton ; second ward, Lewis Lafontain; third ward, Charles Toll. Supervisors : First ward, ward, Philip Wendell. Assessors : First ward, Charles Kirchgessner; second ward, Michael Stephen G. Clark; second ward, Michal Phelan; Phelan ; third ward, John Davis. Collectors: third ward, John Davis. Collectors: First First ward, Bernard Rupp ; second ward, John ward, John Schriber; second ward, George T. B. Robert; third ward, John Cicott. Bennett; third ward, Leander Shovin.

1870--Mayor, Alfred J. Sawyer; recorder, 1865— Mayor, Silas R. Arnold; recorder, Alanson Wilson ; treasurer, Francis L. LafonEdward G. Morton; treasurer, Talcott E. Wing; tain ; clerk, Joseph Wcier; justice of the peace, school inspector, Charles Toll; justice of the Augustus Girshke ; school inspector, Anderson peace, A. E. Aldrich. Aldermen: First ward, Wing. Aldermen: First ward, Sebastian Lauer; Augustus Girsh ke; second ward, Jacob Van- second ward, J. L. C. Godfroy; third ward, Wormer; third ward, Charles Toll. Assessors: Edgar C. Stoddard. Assessors: First ward, First ward, Charles Kirchgessner; second ward, Charles Kirchgessner; second ward, Michael Michael Phelan ; third ward, John Davis. Col. Phelan ; third ward, John Davis. Collector's : lector: First ward, Michael Digert; second First ward, Bernard Rupp; second ward, John ward, Lewis Crowder; third ward, Patrick B. Robert ; third ward, Hillary Lemerand. Golden.

1871--Mayor, Heman J. Redfield ; recorder, *1866–-Mayor, Frederick Waldorf; recorder, Jacob Van Wormer; justice of the peace, Lewis Isaac Lewis; treasurer, Talcott E. Wing; justice Darrah; clerk, John Davis; school inspectors, of the peace, Lewis Darrah ; school inspector, Elam Willard, Edgar C. Stoddard. Aldermen: Gouv'r Morris. Aldermen: First ward, Job First ward, Christian F. Beck; second ward, Wahl; second ward, Alanson Wilson ; third Chas. G. Johnson (2 years); third ward, Harry A. ward, Oscar Stoddard. Assessors : First ward, Conant (1 year); fourth ward, Henry Durell. Charles Kirchgessner; second ward, Michael Supervisors : First ward, Charles KirchyessPhelan ; third ward, John Davis. Collectors : ner; second ward, John J. Stevens ; third ward, First ward, Michael Digert; second ward, Lewis Thomas Doyle ; fourth ward, John Davis. ColCrowder; third ward, Moses Robert, jr.

lectors : First ward, Bernard Rupp; second · 1867—Major, Thomas Doyle ; recorder, A. L. ward, Peter Hammer; third ward, John Bt. Aldrich; treasurer, Gouv'r Morris; justice of Robert; fourth ward, Charles Miller. the peace, Lewis Darrah ; school inspector, 1872– Mayor, Heman J. Redfield; recorder, Frank Riley. Aldermen: First ward, Augus. Alanson Wilson; justice of the peace, John tus Girshke; second ward, John W. Reisig; Davis; clerk, John Davis; school inspectors, third ward, Charles Toll. Assessors : First Elam Willard, H. Lee Stoddard. Supervisors : ward, Charles Kirchgessner; second ward, First ward, August Gershke; second ward, Michael Phelan ; third ward, John Davis. Col. Constant Luce; third ward, Thomas Doyle; lectors: First ward, Bernard Rupp; second fourth ward, John Davis. Aldermen: First ward, Patrick Matthews; third ward, Fred ward, John P. Jaminet; second ward, George Nims.

N. Strong; third ward, Jacob Van Wormer; 1868—Mayor, Frederick Waldorf; recorder, fourth ward, Edgar C. Stoddard. Collectors : A. L. Aldrich; treasurer, Gouverneur Morris; First ward, Joseph Brillman; second ward, school inspector, Jarvis Eldred; justice of the Peter Hammer; third ward, John B. Robert ; peace, "John Toll Aldermen: First ward, fourth ward, Charles Miller. John Wahl; second ward, J. L. C. Godfroy; 1873 - Mayor, Heman J. Redfield; clerk, third ward, Michael Cassady. Assessors: First John Davis; treasurer, Frank Lafontain ; marward, Charles Kirchgessner; second ward, shal, John Duclo; justice of the peace, AddiMichael Phelan; third ward, John Davis. Col- son L. Aldrich; school inspectors, Elam Willard lectors: First ward, R. Rupp; second ward, and H. Lee Stoddard ; recorder, John Wahl. John Robert; third ward, Charles Miller. Supervisors : First ward, August Gersbke;

1869_Mayor, Alfred J. Sawyer; recorder, second ward, Constant Luce ; third ward, Sam’l Alanson Wilson; treasurer, Anton Diaber; J. Robert; fourth ward, John Davis. Conjustices of the peace, Addison Aldrich, Edgar Stables: First ward, Charles Kirchgessner; Stoddard. Aldermen: First ward, Luther R. second ward, John Duclo; third ward, John J.

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