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Hampden County-Two Senators.
[Average ratio, 5,201.] Western District.-Holyoke, Agawam, Southwick, Granville, Tolland, Blandforu, West
Springfield, Chester, Montgomery, Westfield, Russell, Chicopee, and Ludlow. Legal
voters, 5,156. Eastern District.-Longmeadow, Springfield, Monson, Wales, Holland, Brimfield, Palmer, and Wilbraham. Legal voters, 5,246. Hampshire and Franklin Counties-Three Senators.
[Average ratio, 4,733.] Hampshire District.-Chesterfield, Cummington, Easthampton, Goshen, Hadley, Hat
field, Huntington, Middlefield, Northampton, Plainfield, South Hadley, Southamp
ton, Westhampton, Williamsburg, and Worthington. Legal voters, 4,668. Franklin District.-Ashfield, Bernardston, Buckland, Charlemont, Coleraine, Conway,
Deerfield, Gill, Greenfield, Hawley, Heath, Leyden, Monroe, Northfield, Rowe.
Shelburne, and Whately. Legal voters, 4,755. Hampshire and Franklin District.-Amherst, Belchertown, Enfield, Granby, Green
wich, Pelham, Prescott, Ware, Erving, Leverett, Montague, New Salem, Orange, Shutesbury, Sunderland, Warwick, and Wendell. Legal voters, 4,778.
Berkshire County-Two Senators.
[Average ratio, 4,882.] North District.-Adams, Cheshire, Clarksburg, Dalton, Florida, Hancock, Hinsdale,
New Ashford, Lanesborough, Peru, Pittsfield, Savoy, Williamstown, and Windsor.
Legal voters, 4,907. South District.-Alford, Becket, Egremont, Great Barrington, Lee, Lenox, Monterey,
Mount Washington, New Marlborough, Otis, Richmond, Sandisfield, Sheffield, Stockbridge, Tyringham, Washington, and West Stockbridge. Legal voters, 4,857. Norfolk County (without Cohasset)-Three Senators.
[Average ratio, 5,824.] North District. Roxbury, Brookline, Dorchester, and W. Roxbury. Legal voters, 6,089. East District.-Braintree, Milton, Quincy, Randolph, Stoughton, and Weymouth.
Legal voters, 5,819. West District.—Bellingham, Canton, Dedham, Dover, Foxborough, Franklin, Medfield, Medway, Needham, Sharon, Walpole, and Wrentham. Legal voters, 5,566. Bristol County (except Fairhaven)-Three Senators.
[Average ratio, 5,581.] North District.-Attleborough, Easton, Raynham, Mansfield, Norton, and Taunton.
Legal voters, 5,616. South District.-New Bedford anu Dartmouth. Legal voters, 5,696. West District.-Berkley, Dighton, Fall River, Freetown, Pawtucket, Rehoboth, Seekonk, Somerset, Swanzey, and Westport. Legal voters, 5,440. Plymouth County (with Fairhaven and Cohasset)-Three Senators.
[Average ratio, 5,198.] North District.--Abington, Cohasset, Hanover, Hingham, Hull, North Bridgewater,
Scituate, and South Scituate. Legal voters, 5,557. South District.—Bridgewater, Carver, Fairhaven, Lakeville, Mattapoiset, Marion, Mid
dleborough, Rochester, and Wareham. Legal voters, 4,968. Middle District. -Duxbury, East Bridgewater, Halifax, Hanson, Kingston, Marshfield, Pembroke, Plymouth, Plympton, and West Bridgewater. Legal voters, 5,070. Barnstable, Nantucket, and Dukes Counties-Two Senators.
[Average ratio, 5,248.] Cape District.—Brewster, Chatham, Dennis, Eastham, Harwich, Orleans, Provincetown,
Truro, Wellfleet, and Yarmouth. Legal voters, 5,259. Islınd District.-Barnstable, Falmouth, Sandwich, Edgartown, Chilmark, Tisbury, and
Nantucket. Legal voters, 5,238.
REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICTS, As established by the County Commissioners of the several Counties other than Suffolk,
and the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Boston, for the County of Suffolk, pursuant to the 21st Art. of Amendments of the Constitution, and Chap. 308 of the Acts of 1857 ; with the number of Legal voters in each District, (according to the census of 1857,) and the number of Representatives to which said districts are respectively entitled. Number of Representatives, 240. Number of voters to each Representalive, 880. Suffolk County. District.
Voters. Rep Voters. Rep. 8. Boston 8th Ward.
1,828 2 1. Boston Ist Ward, 1,709 2 9. Boston 9th Ward,
1,445 2 2. Boston 2d Ward. 1,916 3 10. Boston 10th Ward.
1,766 3. Boston 3d Ward. 1,755 2 11. Boston Ilth Ward.
2,020 4. Boston 4th Ward. 1,961 2 12. Boston 12th Ward.
2,406 5. Boston 5th Ward.
1,907 2 13. Chelsea, North Chelsoa, Winthrop. 2,067 6. Boston 6th Ward.
2,392 . Boston 7th Ward. 1,573
Total, 24,745 28
19. Neward sont WardWard, 4th
23. Sabem ar Ward, 4th Ward,}
796 1 1. Amesbury, Salisbury, New
1 buryport 6th Ward.
22. Webster, Douglas.
889 1 2. Andover, 757 1 23. Southbridge, Dudley.
837 1 3. Beverly, Wenham, Topsfield. 1,799 2 24. Charlton, Sturbridge.
977 1 4. Danvers.
1 25, Oxford, Sutton, Millbury.
1,657 2 5. Essex, Manchester.
126. Auburn, Worcester 6th Ward. 766 1 6. Georgetown, Groveland.
791 1 27. Worcester 1st Ward, 2d Ward. 945 1 7. Gloucester.
1,748 2 28. Worcester 3d Ward, 8th Ward. 904 1 8. Haverhill.
1,795 2 29. Worcester 4th Ward, 5th Ward. 844 1 9. Ipswich, Hamilton 835 130. Worcester 7th Ward.
802 1 10. Lawrence 3d Ward, 4th Ward.
1 11. Lawrence lst Ward, 2d Ward,
Total, 29,655 34 918 1 6th Ward.
Hampshire County. 12. Lynn 2d Ward, 5th Ward. 934 1 1. Easthampton, Hatfield, North
2 13. Lynn Ist Ward, 6th Ward, 7th Ward, 902 1 ampton, Southampton. 11. Marblehead, Salem 5th Ward.
993 1 13. Methuen, Lawrence 5th Ward. 731 1 Westhampton, Williamsb'g. 16. Nahant, Lynn 4th Ward.
829 1 3. Cumminglun, Goshen, Mid17. Newbury, W. Newbury, Rowley, 983 1 dlefield, Plainfield, Worth- 900 1 18. Newbury port Ist Ward, 2d Ward. 760 1
963 1 20. Bradford, North Andover, Boxford. 895 1 6. Belchertown, Enfield, Green
} 1,770 2 21. Rockport.
wich, Prescott, Ware. 9. Salem Ist Ward, 3d Ward. 953 1
Total, 7,401 8 Hampden County.
2 6th Ward.
1. Brimfield, Monson, Holland, 24. Sargis, Lynnfield, Middleton. 790 1
Wales. 25. South Danvers. 1,023 1 2. Palmer.
805 1 2. Swa:npscot, Lynn 3d Ward. 946 1 3. Wilbraham, Longmeadow.
725 1 Total, 27,966 3:2
4. Springfield 1st Ward, 2d Ward. 1,067 1
5. Springfield 3d Ward, 4th Ward. 819 1 Middlesex County.
6. Springfield 5th Ward, 6th 1. Charlestown Ist Ward.
850 1 1,067 1
Ward, 7th Ward, 8th Ward. ) 2. Charlestown 24 Ward, 3d Ward. 2,344 3 7. Chicopee, Ludlow.
1,466 2 3. Somerville. 966 1 8. Holyoke, West Springfield.
879 1 4. Malden.
904 1! 9. Agawam, Southwick, Granvillo. 885 1 3. Med ford. 829 110. Westfield.
995 1 6. West Cambridge, Winchester. 854 111. Chester, Blandford, l'olland, 7. Cambridge.
931 1 3,161 3
Montgomery, Russell. 8. Newton, Brighton. 1,819 2
Total, 10,402 12 9. Watertown, Waltham.
Franklin County. 10. Concord, Lincoln, Weston.
1. Bernardston,Coleraine, Greenil. Natick.
2 12. Holliston, Sherborn.
burne. 13. Ashland, Hopkinton.
2. Buckland, Charlemont, Heath, 14. Framingham. 811 1
Monroe, Rowe. 15. Marlborough.
844 1 16. Stowe, Sudbury, Wayland.
land, Wendell. 18. Burlington, Bedford, Lexington. 849 1
6. Erving, Montague, Northfield. 833 1 19. Woburn.
7. New Salem, Orange, Warwick. 876 1 20. So. Reading, Melrose, Stoneham. 1,696 2 21. Reading, North Reading. 855 1
Total, 6,800 8 22. Wilmington, Tewksbury, Billerica. 779 1
Berkshire County. 23. Lowell 1st Ward, 22 Ward,
3 5th Ward.
1. Hancock, Lanesborough, New
Ashford, Williamstown. 24. Lowell 3d Ward, 4th Ward,
2. Adams, Cheshire, Clarksburg,
1,747 2 25. Chelmsford, Dracut, Tyngs
3. Pittsfield, Dalton, Richmond. 1,841 2 borough.
4. Becket, Hinsdale, Peru,Wash26. Shirley, Groton, Dunstable,
938 1 1,590 2 Westford, Pepperell.
5. Lenox, Stockbridge, West 27. Townsend, Ashby. 752 1
918 1 Stockbridge. Total, 34,258 39 6. Lee, Tyringham.
836 1 Worcester County,
7. Great Barrington, Alford, Monterey. 851 1 1. Ashburnham, Winchendon. 1,046
8. New Marlborough, Sandis1
912 1 2. Athol, Royalston.
1 3. Dana, Petersham, Phillipston.
9. Sheffield, Mount Washington, 679 1
783 1 4. Templeton, Hubbardston.
988 1 5. Gardner, Westminster. 975
Total, 9,764 11
1 6. Fitchburg, Leominster, Ster
2,699 3 ling, Lunenburg.
(Except Cohasset.) 7. Harvard, Bolton, Berlin.
1,027 8. Clinton, Lancaster.
857 9. Princeton, Rutland, Oakhain. 800 1
636 10. Barre, Hardwick.
2,725 3 11. Warren, West Brookfield,
1,871 2 New Braintree. 785 1 6. Quincy.
1,125 12. North Brookfield, Brookfield. 851 1
607 13. Leicester, Spencer.
1,040 2 14. West Boylston, Holden, Paxton. 899 1
1,044 10. Stoughton.
1 825 1 .
11. Canton, Milton, Walpole, Sharon. 1,697 10. Westlorough, Southborough. 806 1 12. Foxborough, Wrentham, Medway, 1,763 17. Giralton.
750 18. Northbridge, Upton.
185 IS. will rd. 1,741 2
Total, 17,474 20
17. Actar boxborouglo,Littleton,}
15. Show fitory Northborough, }
898 1 1. Pawtucket, Attleborough.
1,963 2 8. Matta poisett, Rochester,Lake2. Mansfield, Norton.
1 3. Easton, Raynham. 892 1 9. Middleborough.
1,053 1 4. Taunton. 2,545 3 10. Bridgewater, West Bridgewater. 987
1 5. Rehoboth, Seekonk.
929 111. East Bridgewater,
North 6. Digliton, Somerset, Swanzey. 910 1
Bridgewater. 7. Fall River. 1,787 2 12. Abington.
1,626 2 8. Westport.
680 1 13. Hanson, Halifax, Plympton. 768 9. Dartmouth.
762 1 10. New Bedford 1st Ward, 2d Ward. 1,943
Total, 14,532 16 11. New Bedford 3d Ward, 4th
2,991 3 Ward, 5th Ward, 6th Ward. }
Barnstable County. 12. Berkley, Freetown, Fairhaven. 1,594 2
1. Barnstable, Sandwich, Fal-
2,611 3 Total, 17,815 20
2. Yarmouth, Dennis, Harwich,
9 10 1 4. Welltleet, Truro, Provincetown. 1,723 2 (Including Cohasset.) 1. Hull, Cohasset, Scituate. 979 1
9 2. Hingham.
Dukes County. 3. South Scituate, Hanover.
799 1 4. Marshfield, Pembroke.
1. Edgartown, Tisbury, Chilmark. 841
1,102 5. Duxbury, Kingston.
Nantucket County. 6. Plymouth, Carver.
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. By an act of the Legislature passed April 22, 1852, the State was divided into the eleven following Districts for the purpose of electing representatives to the thirty-third and subsequent Congresses of the United States. District 1.
den, Medford, Melrose, Reading, Somerville, All of Barnstable, Dukes and Nantucket coun- South Reading, Stoneham, Waltham, West ties; the city of New Bedford and towns of Dart-Cambridge, Wilmington, Winchester, and Womouth and Fairhaven, in Bristol county; the burn, in the county of Middlesex. towns of Carver, Kingston, Plymouth,Plympton,
District 8. Rochester, and Wareham, in Plymouthi county. The city of Lowell, and the towns of Acton, District 2.
Ashby, Ashland, Bedford, Billerica, BoxborThe towns of Attleborough, Berkley, Dighton, ough, Carlisle, Chelmsford, Concord, Dracut, Easton, Fall River, Freetown, Mansfield, Nor- Dunstable, Framingham, Groton, Hopkinton, ton, Pawtucket, Raynham, Rehoboth, Seekonk, Lincoln, Littleton, Marlborough, Natick, PepSomerset, Swanzoy, Taunton, and Westport, perell, Shirley, Stow, Sudbury, Tewksbury, in the county of Bristol ; and the towns of Townsend, Tyngsborough, Wayland, Westford, Abington, Bridgewater, Duxbury, East Bridge and Weston, in the county of Middlesex ; and water, Halifax, Hanover, Hanson, Hingham, the towns of Berlin, Bolton, Harvard, LunenHull, Marshfield, Middleborough, North Bridge- burg, Northborough, Southborough, and Westwater, Pembroke, Scituate, South Scituate, and borough, in the county of Worcester. West Bridgewater, in the county of Plymouth ;
District 9. and the town of Cohasset, in the county of Nor- The towns of Ashburnham, Auburn, Barre, folk.
Boylston, Brookfield, Charlton, Clinton, Doug. District 3.
las, Dudley, Fitchburg, Gardner, Grafton, Hol. The towns of Bellingham, Braintree, Canton, den, Hubbardston, Lancaster, Leicester, Leo Dedham, Dorchester, Dover, Foxborough, Frank-minster, Millbury, New Braintree, North Brooklin, Medfield, Medway, Milton, Needham, Quincy, field, Oakham, Oxford, Paxton, Princeton, Rut. Randolph, Sharon, Stoughton, Walpole. Westland, Shrewsbury, Southbridge, Spencer, SterRoxbury, Weymouth, and Wrentham, in the ling, sturbridge, Sutton, Templeton, Webster, county of Norfolk; and the towns of Blackstone, West Boylston, Westminster, and Winchendon, Mendon, Milford, Northbridge, Upton, and Ux- and the city of Worcester, in the county of Woré bridge, in the county of Worcester, and the
cester. towns of Brighton, Holliston, Newton, Sher
District 10. born, and Watertown, in the county of Mid- The towns of Athol, Dana, Hardwick, Petersdlesex.
ham, Phillipston, Royalston, Warren, and District 4.
West Brookfield, in the county of Worcester; The city of Roxbury, and the town of Brook- and Erving, Leverett, Montague, New Salem, line, in the county of Norfolk; and the wards Northfield, Orange, Shutesbury, Sunderland, numbered seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, and Warwick, Wendell, and Whately, in the county twelve, in the city of Boston, in the county of of Franklin; and Amherst, Belchertown, EasiSuffolk.
hampton, Enfield, Granby, Greenwich, Hadley, District 5.
Hatfield, Northampton, Pelham, Prescott, South The wards numbered one, two, three, four, Hadley, and Ware, in the county of Hampshire ; five, and six, in the city of Boston, and the and Brimnfield, Chicopee, Holland, Holyoke, towns of Chelsea and North Chelsea, and Win-Longmeadow, Ludlow, Monson, Palmer, Springthrop, in the county of Suffolk ; and the city of field, Wales, West Springfield, and Wilbraham, Cambridge, in the county of Middlesex.
in the county of Hampden. District 6.
District 11. T'he cities of Lynn, Newburyport, and Salem, The towns of Ashfield, Bernardston, Buckland, and the towns of Amesbury, Beverly, Essex, Charleront, Coleraine, Conway, Deerfield, Gill, Georgetown, Gloucester, Groveland, Hamilton, Greenfield, 'Hawley, Heath, Leyden, Monroe, Ipswich, Manchester, Marblehead, Newbury, Rowe, and Shelburne, in the county of Franklin; Rockpori, Rowley, Salisbury, Wenkam, and and Chesterfield, Cummington, Goshen, MiddleWest Newbury, in the county of Essex. field, Norwich, Plainfield, Southampton, WestDistrict 7.
bampton, Williamsburg, and Worthington, in The towns of Andover, Boxford, Bradford, the county of Hampshire; and Blandford, ChesDanvers, Haverhill, Lawrence, Lynnfield, Me- ter, Granville, Montgomery, Russell, Southwick, thuen, Middleton, Saugus, and Topsfield, in the Tolland, and Westfield, in the county of Hampcounty of Essex; and the city of Charlestown, den; and the several towns in the county of and the towns of Burlington, Lexington, Mal- / Berkshire.
JUDICIARY OF MASSACIIUSETTS.
UNITED STATES COURTS. Nathan Clifford, Circuit Judge. Peleg Sprague, District Judge. Richard H. Dana, Jr., District Attorney. Thorntor K. Lothrop, Asst. Dis. Attorney. Ellis W. Morton, 2d Asst. Dist. Attorney. John S. Keyes, Marshal. Frederick Warren, Deputy Marshal. Henry W. Fuller, Clerk Circuit Court. Seth E. Sprague, Clerk District Court. (Offices of all the above are at the United States Court House, 140 Tremont St., Boston.)
Commissioners of the Circuit Court of the United States, for the first Circuit, and District of Massachusetts : Geo. T. Curtis, Benjamin F. Hallett, Edward G. Loring, Chas. Levi Woodbury, Elias Merwin, Charles P. Curtis. Jr., Caleb Wm. Loring, Wm. S. Dexter, Henry L. Hallett, Geo. D. Guild, and Charles W. Tuttle, of Boston; Reuben A. Chapman and Wm. L. Smith, of Springfield; Austin S. Cush. man, Oliver Prescott, of New Bedford.
Circuit Courts, holden 15th of May and 15th of October, in each year.
District Couris, hulden at Boston, 3d Tuesday in March ; 4th Tuesday in June; 2d Tuesday in Sept. ; and 1st Tuesday in Dec.; and Special Courts are holden usually on each Friday, and on other days at the discretion of the Judge. SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT. Geo. T. Bigelow, Boston, Chief Justice. Chas. A. Dewey, Northampton, Theron Metralf, Boston,
each Associate, $4,000. Dwight Foster, of Worcester, Attorney
General. Salary, 82,500, and $1,000
Clerk hire. George C. Wilde, Boston, Clerk for the
Commonwealth. George W. Nichols, Boston, Asst. Clerk. Charles Allen, Boston, Reporler. Salary, $300, and proceeds of Reports.
LAW TERMS. At Boston, Ist Wed. Jan. of each year, which term may be adjourned from time to time to such places and times as may be most conducive to the dispatch of business and the interests of the public; and all questions of law, whether arising upon appeal, exception, or otherwise, and from whichever court, shall be therein entered and determined, if the same arise in either of the following counties: Essex, Suffolk, Middlesex, Norfolk, Plymouth, Bristol, Barnstable, Dukes, or Nantucket.
For Berkshire County, at Lenox, 2d Tues. Sept.
For Bristol County, at Taunton, 4th Tues. Oct.
For the Counties of Hampshire and Franklin, alternately at Greenfield and Northampton, beginning at Greenfield, 1861, Mon, af. 2d Tues. Sept.
For Hampden County, at Springfield, 3d Mon, af. 1st Tues. Sept.
For Hampshire County, at Northampton, 2d Mon, af. Ist Tues. Sept.
For Worcester County, at Worcester, 4th Tues. af. Ist Tues. Sept. TERMS FOR THE TRTAL OF JURY CASES.
For the Counties of Barnstable and Dukes, at Barnstable, lst Turs. May.
Berkshire Co., at Lenox, 2d Tues. Nay.
Bristol Co., at Taunton, 3d Tues. Apr.; at New Bedford 2d Tues. Nov.
Essex Co., at Salem, Ist Tues. April, and lst Tues. Nov.
Franklin Co., at Greenfield, 2d Tu. Apr.
Hampshire Co., at Northampton, 3d Tues. April.
Middlesex Co., at Lowell, 3d Tues. Apr.; and Cambridge, 3d Tues. Oct.
Nantucket Co., at Nantucket, Ist Tues. July.
Norfolk Co., at Dedham, 3d Tues. Feb.
TERMS OF THE COURT. Barnstable Co., at Barnstable, on Tues. next after 1st Mon. Apr., and Ist Tu. Sept.
Berkshire Co., at Lenox, 4th Mon. Feb., June, and Oct. (Civil), ist Mon. Jan, and July (Criminal),
Bristol Co., at Taunton, 2d Mon. March and Sept.; at New Bedford, 2d Mon. June and Dec.
Duke's Co., at Edgartown, on last Mon. May and Sept.
Essex Co., at Salem, Ist Mon. June and Dec. (Civil), 4th Mon. Jan. ( Criminal); at Lawreace, 1st Mon. March ( Civil), 2. Mon. Oct. ( Criminal); at Newburypoit, 1st Mon. Sept. (Civil), 2d Mon. May (Cr)
Franklin Co., at Greenfield, 3d Mon. Mar. and 2d Mon. Aug. and Nov.
Hampden Co., at Springfield, 2d Mon. Mar. and June, and 1st Mon. Oct.(Civil), 3d Mon. May and Ist Mon. Dec. ( Criminal).
Hampshire Co., at Northampton, 3d Mon. Feb., 1st Mon. June, 3d Mon. Oct., ( Crvil); 2d Mon. June and 3d Mon. Dec., (Criminal).
Middlesex Co., at Lowell, 2d Mon.Mar. and 1st Mon. Sept. (Civil), and 3d Mon. Oct. ( Criminal); at Concord, lst Mon. June ( Civil), 4th Mon. June ( Criminal); at Cambridge, 2d Mon. Dec. ( Civil), and 2d Mon. Feb. ( Criminal).
Norfolk Co., at Dedham, 4th Mon. Ap. and 3d Mon. Sept. and Dec.
Nantucket Co., at Nantucket, 1st Mon. June and Oct.
Plymouth Co., at Plymouth, 2d Mon. Feb. and June, and 3d Mon. Oct.
Suffolk Co., at Boston, 1st Tues. Jan., Apr., July, and Oct. (Civil), and 1st Mon. every month (for Criminal Business).
Worcester Co., at Worcester, Ist Mon. March, Mon. next af. 4th Mon. Aug. and 2d Mon. Dec. (Civil), 3d Mon. Jan. 2d Mon. May, and 30 Mon. Oct. ( Criminal); at Fitchburg, 2d Mon. June and Nov., (Civil), and 2d Mon. Aug. ( Criminal).
DISTRICT ATTORNEYS. (Elected by the several districts for terms of three years, ending January, 1863.)
Northern District. - Middlesex County, Isaac S. Morse, of Lowell. Salary, $1,500.
Eastern District. - Essex County, Alfred A. Abbott, of South Danvers. Salary, $1,500.
Southern District.- Bristol, Barnstable, Dukes, and Nantucket Counties, George Marston. of Barnstable. Salary, $1,200.
South-Eastern District. - Norfolk and Plymouth Counties, Benj. W. Harris, East Bridgewater. Salary, $1,000.
Middle District.-Worcester County, P. Emery Aldrich, of Worcester. Salary, $1,300.
Western District.-Hampden and Berkshire Counties, Edward B. Gillett, of Westfield. Salary, $1,200.
North-Western District.- Hampshire and Franklin Counties, Daniel W. Alvord, of Greenfield. Salary, $800.
Suffolk County.- Geo. P. Sanger, of Boston, Salary, $3,000. Augustus 0. Brewster, of Boston (appointed by Governor and Council), Assistant Attorney. Salary, $1,800.
POLICE COURT OF ADAMS. Joel Bacon, Standing Justice. Charles Marsh, Henry P. Phillips, Special Justices.
POLICE COURT OF BOSTON.
Edwin Wright, Special Justice.
Wm. Knapp, Assistant Clerk. Salary, $1,800. Jacob Homer, 2d Assistant Clerk. Salary, $1,500, Samuel 0. Knapp, 3d Assistant Clerk. Salary, $1.000.' Wm. T. Connolly, 4th Assistant Clerk. Salary, $900.
POLIOB COURT OF CAMBRIDGE, John S. Ladd, Standing Justice. Salary, $1,500. George W. Livermore, Henry W. Muzzey, Special Justices.
Court sits for trial of criminal cases
daily at 9, A.M.; for civil business every Thursday, at 10, A. M.
POLICE COURT OF CHELSEA. Hamlett Bates, Standing Justice. Erastus Rugg, Mellen Chamberlain, Special Justices.
POLICE COURT OF CHICOPEE. Mortimer ). Whitaker, Standing Justice. Salary, $900. Edwin 0. Carter, Sid. ney Chapin, Special Justices.
POLICE COURT OF FALL RIVER. Louis Lapham, Standing Justice. Jas. Ford, Special Justice. Augustus B. Leonard, Clerk.
POLICE COURT OF GLOUCESTER. Joshua P. Trask, Standing Justice. Cyrus Story, Jr., Special Justice.
POLICE COURT OF HAVERHILL. William Taggart, Standing Justice. Paid by fees. Edmund Kimbali, Special Justice. Paid by fees.
POLICE COURT OF LAWRENCE. Wm. Stevens, Standing Justice. Salary, $1,300. Daniel Saunders, Jr, Special Justice. Henry L. Sherman, Clerk. Salary, $800.
POLICE COURT OF LEE. Isaac C. Ives, Standing Justice. Joseph B. Whiting, Special Justice. Paid by fees.
POLICE COURT OF LOWELL. Nathan Crosby, Standing Justice. Salary, $2,200. George Stevens, Special Justice." Samuel P. Hadley, Jr., Clerk.
POLICB COURT OF LYNN. Thomas B. Newhall, Standing Justice. James R. Newhall, Special Justice.
POLICE COURT OF NEW BEDFORD. Robert C. Pitman, Standing Justice. Salary, $1,200. Wm. W. Crapo, Edmund Anthony, Special Justices. Francis L. Porter, Clerk, Salary, $400, and fees for copies.
POLICE COURT OF NEWBURYPORT. Stephen W. Marston, Standing Justice. Salary, $800. John Cook, John N. Pike, Special Justices. Edward W. Rand, Clerk. Salary, $350.
POLICE COURT OF PITTSPIELD. Phineas L. Page, Standing Justice. Geo. S. Willis, James H. Dunham, Special Jutices.
POLICE COURT OF ROXBURY. Peter S. Wheelock, Standing Justice. Salary, $1,500. Joshua Seaver, Eben Jones, Special Justices. A. I. Cummings, Clerk.
POLICE COURT OP SALEM. Jos. G. Waters, Standing Justice. Geo. Andrews, Wm. C. Prescott, Special Julices. Samuel P. Andrews, Clerk.
POLICE COURT OF SPRINGFIELD. Jas. H. Morton, Standing Justice. Salary, $1,600. Chas. A. Winchester, Special Justice.