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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
ALEXANDER H. BULLOCK, of Worcester
4. Caleb Wait, of Malden.
Hamlin R. Harding, of Cambridge.
Anson Hooker, of Cambridge. 8. Joseph Breck, of Brighton.
Henry Baldwin, of Brighton. 9. F. M. Stone, of Walthanı.
Josiah Beard, of Waltham. 10. George Heywood, of Concord. 11. Charles M. Tyler, of Natick. 12. Seth Thayer, of Holliston. 13. Benjamin Homer, of Ashland 14. James W. Clark, of Framingham. 15. O. W. Albee, of Marlborough. 16. Henry Wilder, of Stow. 17. John Fletcher, jr., of Acton. 18. William Henry Smith, of Lexington. 19. John R. Kimball, of Woburn. 20. John H. Dike, of Stonehamn.
William H. Atwell, of So. Reading. 21. Charles Manning, of Reading. 22. George P. Elliot, of Billerica. 23. Paul Hill, of Lowell.
Samuel W. Stickney, of Lowell.
Sewall G. Mack, of Lowell. 24. Hapgood Wright, of Lowell.
Josiah B, French, of Lowell.
Edward F. Sherman, of Lowell. 25. Cyrus Butterfield, of Tyngsborough. 26. David Porter, of Shirley.
J. W. P. Abbott, of Westford. 27. Abram S. French, of Townsend.
Suffolk County. Dist. 1. Cornelius Doherty, of Boston.
Alonzo M. Giles, of Boston. 2. Austin Gove, of Boston.
Josiah M. Read, of Boston.
Hiram A. Stevens, of Boston. 3. James L. Hanson, of Boston.
John F. Flynn, of Boston. 4. Robert I. Burbank, of Boston.
Cornelius Walker, of Boston. 5. Edward Brown, of Boston.
Harvey Jewell, of Boston. 6. Benjamin Stevens, of Boston.
Peleg W. Chandler, of Boston. 7. Charles J. McCarthy, of Boston.
James Riley, of Boston. 8. John S. Tyler, of Boston.
Eben Cutler, of Boston. 9. Charles W. Morris, of Boston.
Daniel G. Grafton, of Boston. 10. Ansel Lothrop, of Boston.
Samuel H. Gibbens, of Boston. 11. Francis J. Parker, of Boston.
George Eaton, of Boston. 12. Hiram Emery, of Boston,
Zibeon Southard, of Boston.
Albert J. Wright, of Boston. 13. Tracey P. Cheever, of Chelsea. Noble M. Perkins, of Chelsea.
Essex County. 1. Patten Sargent, of Amesbury.
Joseph Morrill, of Salisbury. 2. George Foster, of Andover. 3. John Meacom, of Beverly.
Benjamin C. Putnam, of Wenham. 4. James W. Putnam, of Danvers. 6. Ebenezer Stanwood, of Essex. 6. Joseph P. Stickney, of Georgetown. 7. John S. E. Rogers, of Gloucester.
James S. Jewett, of Gloucester. 8. Calvin Butrick, of Haverhill.
Gilman Corning, of Haverhill. 9. Samuel N. Baker, of Ipswich. 10. John J. Doland, of Lawrence. ll. Harrison D. Clement, of Lawrence. 12. Oliver Ramsdell, of Lynn. 13. Aza A. Breed, of Lynn. 14. Samuel Roads, of Marblehead.
Henry Luscomb, jr., of Salem. 15. Cyrus Williains, of Lawrence. 16. Zachariah Graves, of Lynn. 17. Nathan Adams, of Newbury. 18. Caleb Cushing, of Newburyport. 19. Albert Currier, of Newburyport. 20. Moses T. Stevens, of North Andover. 21. Moses Pool, of Rockport. 22, Samuel R. Hathaway, of Salem. 23. James A. Gillis, of Salem.
Stephen G. Wheatland, of Salem. 24. Amos Howe Johnson, of Middleton. 25. D. Webster King, of South Danvers. 26. Amos I. Withey, of Lynn.
Middlesex County. 1. Amos Brown, of Charlestown. 2. Everett Torrey, of Charlestown.
Abel E. Bridge, of Charlestown,
Phineas J. Stone, of Charlestown. 3. George 0. Brastow, of Somerville.
Worcester County. 1. Nelson D. White, of Winchendon. 2. Farwell F. Fay, of Athol. 3. Hudson Tolman, of Petersham. 4. Artemas Lee, of Templeton. 6. Thorley Collester, of Gardner. 6. Amasa Norcross, of Fitchburg.
Manson D. Haws, of Leominster.
Daniel Putnam, of Lunenburg. 7. Isaac N. Stone, of Harvard. 8. Jared M. Heard, of Clinton. 9. Zadock W. Gates, of Rutland. 10. J. Henry Goddard, of Barre. 11. Lucius J. Knowles, of Warren, 12. Charles Adams, jr., of N. Brookfield. 13. John D. Cogswell, of Leicester. 14. William Mulligan, of Paxton. 16. Jonathan H. Nelson, of Shrewshury. 16. J. F. B. Marshall, of Westborough. 17. Seth J. Axtell, of Grafton. 18. Henry Shaw, of Upton. 19. Henry 0. Lothrop, of Milford.
Charles F. Claflin, of Milford. 20. William T. Metcali, of Mendon. 21. William A. Northup, of Blackstone. 22. Albert Butler, of Douglas. 23. Jacob Baker, of Dudley. 24. Dexter Blood, of Charlton. 25. Horace Armsby, of Millbury.
Moses Stone, of Oxford. 26. Delaco A. Goddard, of Worcester, 27. Samuel Souther, of Worcester. 28. Joseph D. Daniels, of Worcester. 29, John L. Murphy, of Worcester. 30. Alexander H. Bullock, of Worcester. Hampshire County, 1. Dan'l G. Littlefield, of Northampton.
John T. Fitch, of Hatfield. 2. Matthias Rice, of Westhampton. 3. John C. Thompsor., of Goshen. 4. Horace Cook, of Hadley. 5. John R. Cushman, of_Amherst. 6. Augustus Moody, of Enfield. Luther Holland, of Belchertown.
Hampden County. 1. William A. Robbins, of Holland. 2. Stephen G. Newton, of Palmer. 3. Joseph McGregory, of Wilbraham. 4. Theodore Stebbins, of Springfield. 5. William L. Smith, of Springfield. 6. Nathaniel Howard, of Springfield. 7. Phineas Stedman, of Chicopee.
Hezekiah Root, of Ludlow. 8. Thomas H. Kelt, of Holyoke. 9. Reuben De Witt, of Agawam. 10. Lewis Rufus Norton, of Westfield. 11. Edward M. Taylor, of Montgomery.
Franklin County. 1. Alfred R. Field, of Greenfield.
Ephraim H. Thompson, of Coleraine. 2. Charles T. Walcott, of Monroe. 3. Emery Sherman, of Conway. 4. Lucas W. Hannum, of Whately. 5. Charles H. Field, of Levereti. 6. Erastus F. Gunn, of Montague. 7. Royal Whittaker, of New Salem.
Berkshire County. 1. Keyes Danforth, of Williamstown. 2. Henry Cartwright, of Adams.
Edmund D. Foster, of Cheshire. 3. Nathan G. Brown, of Pittsfield.
W. H. Nichols, of Richmond. 4. Sylvester S. Bowen, of Peru. 6. Jonathan E. Field, of Stockbridge. 6. James Bullard, of Lee. 7. Eugene Vosburgh, of Gt. Barrington. 8. Joshua M. Sears, of Sandisfield. 9. Seymour B. Dewey, of Egremont.
(Excluding Cohasset.) 1. Eliphalet Stone, of Dedhain. 2. Everett C. Banfield, of W. Roxbury. 3. Thomas Parsons, of Brookline. 4. George Curtis, of Roxbury.
William B. May, of Roxbury.
Uriah T. Brownell, of Roxbury. 5. Ebenezer Eaton, of Dorchester.
Henry L. Pierce, of Dorchester, 6. Noah Cummings, of Quincy. 7. Ezra Penpiman, of Braintree. 8. Oliver Loud, of Weymouth.
Zachariah L. Bicknell, of Weymouth. 9. George N. Johnson, of Randolph. 10. Jesse Holmes, of Stoughton. 11. H. Augustus Lothrop, of Sharon.
Samuel Cook, of Milton. 12. William H. Cary, of Medway.
Harvey B. Coleman, of Wrentham. 13. Daniel J. Pickering, of Bellingham. 14. Charles C. Sewall, of Medfield.
Bristol County. 1. William D. Earle, of Attleborough.
Ezekiel Bates, of Attleborough. 2. Charles P. White, of Mansfield. 3. Charles B. Pool, of Easton. 4. James Brown, of Taunton.
Elias A. Morse, of Taunton.
Charles R. Atwood, of Taunton. 0. Joseph Brown, of Seekonk. 6. William P. Hood, of Somerset. 7. Simeon Borden, of Fall River.
Henry Pratt, of Fall River. 8. Christopher A. Church, of Westport. 9. Francis W. Mason, of Dartmouth. 10. Henry Pierce, of New Bedford.
Wm. Logan Rodman, of N. Bedford. 11. Caleb L. Ellis, of New Bedford,
Robert Gibbs, of New Bedford.
Nathaniel Gilbert, of New Bedford. 12. Samuel L. Ward, of Fairhaven. John D. Wilson, of Freetown.
(Including Cohasset.) 1. George C. Lee, of Scituate. 2. David Cain, of Hingham. 3. Seth H. Vinall, of South Scituate. 4. Sereno Howe, of Marshfield. 5. Henry B. Maglathlin, of Duxbury. 6. Charles G. Davis, of Plymouth.
Samuel 0. Whitmore, of Plymouth. 7. Andrew J. Hadley, of Marion. 8. Austin J. Roberts, of Lakeville. 9. Andrew J. Pickens, of Middleboro'. 10. Simeon Perkins, of Bridgewater. 11. Lorenzo D. Hervey, of North Bridge
Ezra Kingman, of E. Bridgewater. 12. Isaiah Jenkins, of Abington.
Otis W. Soule, of Abington. 13. George F. Stetson, of Hanson.
Barnstable County. 1. Asa E. Lovell, of Barnstable.
George W. Donaldson, of Falmouth.
Zebedee Green, of Sandwich. 2. John K. Sears, of Yarmouth.
Danforth S. Steel, of Harwich.
Samuel Higgins, of Chatham. 3. Sylvanus Smith, of Eastham. 4. Joseph P. Johnson, of Provincetown. Benjamin Oliver, of Wellfleet.
Dukes County. 1. Edgar Marchant, of Edgartown.
Nantucket County. 1. Elisha Smith, of Nantucket.
Andrew J. Morton, of Nantucket
OPFICERS OF THE HOUSE. William S. Robinson, of Malden, Clerk. Harrison G. Otis, of Worcester, Messenger. William A. Crafts, of Roxbury, Assistant A, Horace Allen, of Springtield, Messenger. Clerk.
George H. Phelps, of Northfield, Messenger. Rev. Phineas Stowe, of Boston, Chaplain. Geo. W. Nottingham, of Adams, Messenger. John Morissey, Sergeant-at-Arms to both William Nye, Jr., of Falmouth, Messenger. branches.
Henry T. Lowe, of Rockport, Messenger. James H. Allen, of Marion, Door-keeper. John M. Hawley, of Sringfield, Page. Frederick Pease, of Boston, Assistant Door- Charles W. Shephard, of Northampton, Page. keeper.
Charles S. Drew, of Worcester, Page. Samuel Upham, of Waltham, Postmaster.
COMMITTEES. STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE of the Senate, Messrs. Beck, of CamSENATE.
bridge, Goddard, of Worcester, and WalkJudiciary. – Messrs. Loring, of Suffolk, er, of Boston, of the House. Griswold, of Franklin, Bacon, of Middle- Manufactures. Messrs. Plunkett, sex.
Berkshire, and Gilbert, of Hampshire and Probate and Chancery.-Messrs. Dodge,
Franklin, of the Senate. Messrs. Cartof Middlesex, Dean, of Suffolk, Gay, of
wright, of Adams, Stevens, of North AnPlymouth.
dover, Kingman, of East Bridgewater, Treasury. - Messrs. Crocker, of Wor- White, of Winchendon, and Howard, of cester, Fessenden, of Middlesex, Bod- Springfield, of the House. man, of Hampshire.
Mercantile Affairs and Insurance. Bills in the Third Reading. - Messrs.
Messrs. Loring, of Suffolk, and Johnson, Griswold, of Franklin, Northend, of Es
of Essex, of the Senate. Messrs. Tyler, sex, Whitney, of Hampden, Richardson, of Boston, Gilbert, of New Bedford, of Middlesex, Gay, of Plymouth, Wil
Stickney, of Georgetown, Sherman, of liams, of Worcester.
Lowell, and Marshall, of Westborough, Engrossed Bills. Messrs. Bacon, of
of the House. Middlesex, Stevens, of Worcester, Brown
Militia. - Messrs. Thompson, of Hampell, of Bristol, Thompson of Hampden,
den, and Smith, of Worcester, of the Mitchell, of Plymouth, Gilbert, of Hamp
Senate. Messrs. Burbank, of Boston, shire and Franklin.
Brown, of Taunton, Wright, of Lowell, Printing. – Messrs. Stockwell, of Suf
Curtis, of Roxbury, and Dike, of Stone. folk, Hill, of Worcester, George, of Es- ham, of the House.
Parishes and Religious Societies. Leave of Absence. — Messrs. Day, of
Messrs. Stevens, of Worcester, and HaNorfolk, Crane, of Plymouth, Wales, of
ven, of Middlesex, of the Senate. Messrs. Norfolk.
Sewall, of Medfield, Sargent, of Ames
bury, Cutler, of Boston, Howe, of Marsh. JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES, field, and Armsby, of Millbury, of the Accounts. - Messrs. Tucker, of Suffolk,
House. and Dillingham, of Barnstable, of the
Prisons. - Messrs. Dean, of Suffolk, Senate. Messrs. Mason, of Dartmouth,
and Day, of Norfolk, of the Senate. Putnam, of Lunenburg, Doherty, of Bos
Messrs. Stone, of Charlestown, Brown, of ton, Butrick, of Haverhill, and Kimball,
Boston, Atwood, of Taunton, Putnam, of Woburn, of the House,
of Danvers, and Souther, of Worcester, Agriculture. — Messrs. Burt, of Berk
of the House. shire, and Brownell, of Bristol, of the
Public Charitable Institutions.- Messrs. Senate. Messrs. Davis, of Plymouth,
Mitchell, of Plymouth, and Tompkins, of Stone, of Dedham, Breck, of Brighton,
Essex, of the Senate: Messrs. Hooker, Brooks, of Medford, and Stedman, of
of Cambridge, Stevens, of Boston, Hill, Chicopee, of the House.
of Lowell, May, of Roxbury, and CogsBanks and Banking. - Messrs. Babson,
well, of Leicester, of the House, of Essex, and Twombly, of Suffolk, of
Public Lands. Messrs. Whitney, of the Senate. Messrs. Parker, of Boston,
Hampden, and Crocker, of Worcester, Stickuey, of Lowell, Clark, of Framing
of the Senate. Messrs. Brastow, of Somham, Cary, of Medway, and Loud, of
erville, Cheever, of Chelsea, Brown, of Weymouth, of the House.
Pittsfield, Cushman, of., Amherst, and Claims. Messrs. Richardson, of Mid
White, of Mansfield, of the House. dlesex, and Plunkett, of Berkshire, of
Railways and Canals. Messrs. Reed, the Senate. Messrs. Lee, of Templeton,
of Bristol, and Dodge, of Middlesex, of French, of Lowell, Whitmore, of Ply
the Senate. Messrs. Banfield, of West mouth, Riley, of Boston, and Hood, of
Roxbury, Morris, of Boston, Currier, of Somerset, of the House.
Newburyport, Field, of Greenfield, and Education. - Messrs. Swan, of Norfolk,
Daniels, of Worcester, of the House. and Haven, of Middlesex, of the Senate.
Roads and Bridges. – Messrs. Dilling. Messrs. Albee, of Marlborough, Eaton, of
ham, of Barnstable, and Dodge, of WorBoston, Heard, of Clinton, Maglathlen,
cester, of the Senate. Messrs. Littlefield, of Duxbury, and Tyler, of Natick, of the
of Northampton, Gibbs, of New Bedford, House.
Mulligan, of Paxton, Taylor, of MontFederal Relations. - Messrs. Northend, gomery, and Higgins, of Chatham, of the
House. of Essex, and Reed, of Bristol, of the Senate. Messrs. Chandler, of Boston,
State House. — Messrs. Twombly, of
Suffolk, and Wakefield, of Middlesex, of Field, of Stockbridge, Pierce, of Dorchester, Lee, of Templeton, and Banfield, of
the Senate. Messrs. Lothrop, of Milford,
Williams, of Lawrence, Pierce, of New West Roxbury, of the House. Fisheries. Messrs. Tompkins, of Es
Bedford, Wait, of Malden, and Axtell, of sex, and Libby, of Barnstable, of the
Grafton, of the House, Senate. Messrs. Sears, of Yarmouth, Towns. - Messrs. Williams, of Worces. Johnson, of Provincetown, Roads, of ter, and Crane, of Plymouth, of the Marblehead, Jewett, of Gloucester, and Senate. Messrs. Ward, of Fairhaven, Cain, of Hirgham, of the House.
Hervey, of North Bridgewater, Elliot, of Library. Messrs. George, of Essex, Billerica, Cummings, of Quincy, and Tol. Swan, of Norfolk, and Babson, of Essex, man, of Petersham, of the House.
hampton, Giles, of Boston, Stone, of Harvard, and Perkins, of Bridgewater, of the House.
Subject of Apportioning the State into Congressional Districts. – Messrs. Northend of Essex, Reed, of Bristol, Plunkett, of Berkshire, Williams, of Worcester, Swan, of Norfolk, and Stockwell, of Suf. folk, of the Senate. Messrs. Tyler, of Boston, Norcross, of Fitchburg, Heywood, of Concord, Cartwright, of Adams, Sears, of Yarmouth, Atwell, of South Reading, Cook, of Milton, Stetson, of Hanson, Perkins, of Chelsea, Pratt, of Fall River, Morrill, of Salisbury, Field, of Greenfield, and Stedman, of Chicopee, of the House.
JOINT SPECIAL COMMITTEES,
THE GOVERNOR'S ADDRESS. Troenty-third Article of the Amendments of the Constitution, relatire to the Right of Persons of Foreign Birth to Vote. - Messrs. Hill, of Worcester, Tuck
of Suffolk, and Libby, of Barnstable, of the Senate. Messrs. Currier, of Newburyport, Southard, of Boston, Bates, of Attleborough, Murphy, of Worcester, Roberts, of Lakeville, Walcott, of Mun. roe, and Corning, of Haverhill, of the House.
Subject of the Service of Process on Volunteers, the Eligibility of Members of Congress, and Proceedings for Restraint of Insane Persons.- - Messrs. Richardson, of Middlesex, Dean, of Suffolk, and Gay, of Plymouth, of the Senate. Messrs. Nor. cross, of Fitchburg, Stone, of Waltham, Brown, of Taunton, Eaton, of Dorchester, Gove, of Boston, Hannum, of whately, and Curtis, of Roxbury, of the House.
Subject of the Troy and Greenfield Railroad. Messrs. Stevens, of Worcester, Babson, of Essex, and Brownell, of Bristol, of the Senate. Messrs. Field, of Stockbridge, Wright, of Boston, Brown, of Charlestown, Church, of Westport, Brastow, of Somerville, Rogers, of Gloucester, and Cushman, of Amherst, of the House.
Subject of Establishing a Supervisory Board of Public Institutions, and a Board of Health and Vital Statistics. – Messrs. Mitchell, of Plymouth, Tompkins, of Essex, and Wakefield, of Middlesex, of the Senate. Messrs. Parsons, of Brookline, Mason, of Dartmouth, Morse, of Taunton, Beard, of Waltham, Sewall, of Medfield, Walker, of Boston, and Elliot, of Billerica, of the House.
Subject of Criminal Costs, etc., - Ministerial Officers, - the Death Penalty, Marriage and Divorce. - Messrs. Bacon, of Middlesex, Swan, of Norfolk, and Johnson, of Essex, of the Senate. Messrs. Chandler, of Boston, Cushing, of Newburyport, Davis, of Plymouth, Grafton, of Boston, Holmes, of Stoughton, Hathaway, of Salem, and Marchant, of Edgartown, of the House.
Flowage of Certain Lands on the Con. cord and Sudbury Rivers. Messrs. Whitney, of Hampden, Burt, of Berkshire, and Bodman, of Hampshire, of the Senate. Messrs. Jewell, of Boston, Littlefield, of Northampton, Stanwood, of Essex, Smith, of Nantucket, Stone, of Oxford, Butterfield, of Tyngsborough, and Bullard, of Lee, of the House.
Preparation of Legislative Business, and Reform in Work and Pay of State Employees.-Messrs. Williams, of Worcester, Gilbert, of Hampshire and Franklin, and Day, of Norfolk, of the Senate Messrs. Gillis, of Salem, Fletcher, of Acton, Brownell, of Roxbury, Rice, of West
STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE
HOUSE. Judiciary. — Messrs. Cushing, of Newburyport, Jewell, of Boston, Gillis, of Salem, Norcross, of Fitchburg, Stone, of Waltham, Borden, of Fall River, Heyword, of Concord.
Probate and Chancery. — Messrs. Field, of Stockbridge, Foster, of Andover, Smith, of Springfield, Abbott, of Westford, Wheatland, of Salem, Harding, of Cambridge, Baldwin, of Brighton.
Finance. - Messrs. Pierce, of Dorchester, Parsons, of Brookline, Mack, of Lowell, Rodman, of New Bedford, Gibbens, of Boston, Vosburgh, of Great Barrington, Morton, of Nantucket.
Elections. Messrs. Church, of Westport, Judkins, of Abington, Thompson, of Coleraine, Dewey, of Egremont, Kelt, of Holyoke, Sherman, of Conway, Pickens, of Middleborough.
Bills in the Third Reading. - Messrs. Adams, of North Brookfield, King, of South Danvers, Johnson, of Middlesek, McCarthy, of Boston, Ramsdell, of Lynn, Whitaker, of New Salem, Holland, of Belchertown.
Engrossed Bills. - Messrs. Wright, of Boston, Stetson, of Hanson, Sears, of Sandisfield, Manning, of Reading, Graves, of Lynn, Metcalf, of Mendon, McGregory, of Wilbraham.
County Estimates. - Messrs. Danforth, of Williamstown, Breed, of Lyrn, Green, of Montague, Knowles, of Warren, Fitch, of Hatfield.
Pay Roll.-Messrs. Lothrop. of Sharon, Lovell, of Barnstable, Soule, of Abington, Norton, of Westfield, Pratt, of Fall River.
Leave of Absence. Messrs. Donaldson, of Falmouth, Moody, of Enfield, Northup, of Blackstone, Adams, of Newbury, French, of Townsend.
Public Buildings. - Messrs. Clement, of Lawrence, Emery, of Boston, Nelson, of Shrewsbury, Newton, of Palmer, Smith, of Eastham.
Printing. - Messrs. Rogers, of Glou. cester, Goddard, of Barre, De Witt, of Agawam, Marchant, of Edgartown, Cook, of Hadley.
As established by Chap. 310, Acts of 1857. Dist.
1.-The five Senatorial Districts of the County of Suffolk. 2.—The five Senatorial Districts of the County of Essex. 3.-The First, Second, Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Senatorial Districts of the County of
Middlesex. 4.—The Franklin Senatorial District, the Hampshire and Franklin District, and the
Central, North-East, and North-West Districts of the County of Worcester. 5.—The two Senatorial Districts of the County of Hampden, the two Senatorial Dis
tricts of the County of Berkshire, and the Hampshire District. 6.-The North Norfolk Senatorial District, the Third Middlesex District, and the
East, South-East and South-West Districts of the County of Worcester. 7.-The West
and East Norfolk Senatorial Districts, and the three Senatorial Districts of the County of Bristol. 8.-The three Senatorial Districts of the County of Plymouth, the Cape District and
the Island District.
SENATE DISTRICTS, As established by Chap. 309, Acts of 1857, with the number of legal voters in each district. (Whole number of legal voters in the State on the 1st of May, 1857, 211,309. Average
ratio for each district in the State, 5,282.]
[Average ratio, 4,949.] First District.-Chelsea, North Chelsea, Winthrop, and Ward No. 2, Boston. Legal
Essex County-Five Senators.
[Average ratio, 5,593.] First District. --Lynn, Lynnfield, Marblehead, Nahant, Saugus, and Swampscot. Legal
voters, 5,681. Second District.-Salem, Danvers, Hamilton, Middleton, South Danvers, Topsfield,
and Wenham. Legal voters, 6,657. Third District.-Lawrence, Andover, Boxford, Haverhill, Methuen, and North Andover.
Legal voters, 5,633. Fourth District.-Newburyport, Amesbury, Bradford, Georgetown, Groveland, New
bury, Salisbury, and West Newbury. Legal voters, 5,430. Fifth District.-Beverly, Essex, Gloucester, Ipswich, Manchester, Rockport, and Rowley. Legal voters, 5,565.
Middlesex County-Six Senators.
[Average ratio, 5,709.] First District.-Charlestown, Somerville, Melrose, and Malden. Legal voters, 5,741. Second District.-Cambridge, Waltham, West Cambridge, Watertown, and Brighton.
Legal voters, 5,981. Third District. ---Ashland, Framingham, Holliston, Hopkinton, Natick, Newton, Sher
bom, Sudbury, Wayland, and Weston. Legal voters, 5,764. Fourth District. - Acton, Ashby, Boxborough, Carlisle, Chelmsford, Concord, Dunstable,
Groton, Lincoln, Littleton, Marlborough, Pepperell, Shirley, Stow, Townsend, Tyngs
borough, and Westford. Legal voters, 5,357. Fifth District.-Bedford, Billerica, Burlington, Lexington, Medford, North Reading,
Reading, South Reading, Stoneham, Wilmington, Winchester, and Woburn. Legal
voters, 5,786. Sixth District - Lowell, Dracut, and Tewksbury. Legal voters, 5,629.
Worcester County-Six Senators.
[Average ratio, 4,942.] Central District.-Worcester, Holden, Paxton, and Rutland. Legal voters, 4,883. South-East District. --Blackstone, Douglas, Mendon, Milford, Northbridge, Sutton, and
Uxbridge. Legal voters, 4,798. South-West
District.-Auburn, Brookfield, Charlton, Dudley, Leicester, Oxford, Southbridge, Spencer, Sturbridge, Warren, Webster, and West Brookfield. Legal voters,
4,941. West District.-Athol, Barre, Dana, Hardwick, Hubbardston, New Braintree, North
Brookfield, Oakham, Petersham, Phillipston, Royalston, Templeton, and Winchen
don. Legal voters, 4,903. North-East District.-Ashburnham, Fitchburg, Gardner, Harvard, Lancaster, Leomin
ster, Lunenburg, Princeton, Sterling, and Westminster. Legal voters, 5,217. Bast District.-Berlin, Bolton, Boylston, Clinton, Grafton, Millbury, Northborough,
Shrewsbury, Southborough, Upton, Westborough, and West Boylston. Legal voters, 4,913.