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Sanderson G. O., Waltham
Sanderson C.F., Waltham
Trask H. D., West Cambridge
Wetherbee B, H.
Wetherbee E. C., Concord

Whitten J. W. G., Newton
Willard J. A., Townsend Mills
Wood P., Medford
Waters M., Waltham
Welsh M., Waltham

Willis F. E., Sudbury
Wentworth HI. S., Haverhill
Wall W. H. H., Augusta, Me.
Whittier K., Haverhill

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Company M, Ist Reg. Cavalry.

COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.
Captain, MARCUS A. MOORE, Waltham.

1st Lieut., John G. THAYER.

2d Lieut., GEORGE BLAGDEN. Privates.

Fisher W.F., Boston, discharged Marron James, Waltham
Alden James B., Cambridgeport Gay C. S., Waltham

Moore G. B., Wayland
Atkins John, jr., Lincoln
Glenn Robert, Waltham

Mooney Thomas,

Fall River Ardrie R., jr., Newton

Gilman John E., South Boston Martin John R., Dorchester Brown G. W., Waltham, discharged Gilman J. T., Dover, N. H.

Maynard Fred D., Charlestown
Baxter A. O., Waltham
Gibson S. s., Cambridgeport

Myers N. T., Milton
Blanchard E. R., Waltham, disch'd Goodwin D. S., Waltham, disch'd O'Brien P., Waltham
Brackett G. 0., Brighton
Hamilton H. E., Lowell

Parks J. L., Waltham
Blake J. C., New Hampton, N. H. Hamilton J. A., Reading

Parks G. E., Waltham
Brown Edwin,
Lewiston, Me. Hunt C. R., Waltham

Pitman J. T., Chelsea
Bryant G. C., Bethel
Hickey Thomas, Waltham

Persons Edw. d., Billerica, disch'd
Bryant A., Billerica
Hanscom J. K., Lexington

Quigg. John, Waltham, discharged
Bacon C. R., Billerica
Hovey H. L., Waltham

Rogers J. T., Waltham
Bowman George F.
Hayes William, Waltham

Rooney James, Waltham
Brown A. W., Saxon ville
Hildreth John, Lexington

Richardson C. B., Woburn
Clement A. J., Chelsea
Howe W.F., Boston

Riddle H. W., Waltham
Caughey George, Waltham
Havy Patrick, Waltham

Ramsdale A.J., Newtonville Cole Charles, East Lexington Ingalls John, Boston

Sherman G. E. Lincoln
Clark J. W., Charlestown
Johnson G. E., Waltham

Sawin J. C., Waltham
Cormick Joseph, Boston

Jones H. M., Lexington, discharged Sylvester J. E., Belmont
Dennet E., Waltham
Johnson A. N., Lincoln

Sanderson Edwin C.
Darling C. H., Waltham
Jackson E. L., Newton

Sanderson J. L., Waltham
Earl T. H., East Lexington
Kendall C. D., Waltham

Smith Lewis, jr., Dover
Easterbrook L., East Lexington Kiff 0. S., Waltham

Sawyer C. H., Waltham
Easterbrook W., East Lexington Kenney M., Waltham, discharged Thoinpson S. Waltham
Eirl J. A., Malden
Kaulback W. H., Boston

Tucker Eben, jr., Weston
Frost C. L., Waltham
Lawler G. D., Boston

Tyler D. B., Lowell
Foss C. L., Belmont
Land F. M., Billerica

Vose T. D.
• Fields E, H., Waltham
Miles Thomas, Waltham

Whitcomb H. G., Waltham
Finnall John, Auburndale
Mills Hermon, Medford

Wormwood A. F., Waltham
Fillebrown O., Waltham
Murray William, Waltham

Wentworth Benjamin, Brighton

According to United States Census of 1860.

Total, 1,230,700.

661

BARNSTABLE COUXTY. Lynn

19,083 Ware
3,597 Carver

1,146 Barnstable 5,129 Lynnfield

96 Westhampton

608 Duxbury Brewster 1,489 Manchester

1,603 Williamsburg 2,095 East Bridgewater 3,207 Chatham 2.710 Marblehead

7,646 | Worthington 1,041 Halifax Dennis 3,682 Methuen 2,546

Hanover

1.565 Eastham 779 Middleton

940
37.822 Hanson

1,245 Falmouth 2,456 Nahant 380

Hingham

4,851 Harwich 3,423 Newbury

1,444 MIDDLESEX COUNTY. Hull
Orleans
1.67* Newburyport 13,401

Acton
1,726 Kingston

1,655 Provincetown 3,206 North Andover 2,343 Ashby

1,091 Lakeville

1,100 Sandwich 4,479 Rockport 3,237 Ashland 1,564 | Marion

918 Truro 1,583 Rowley 1.278 Bedford

843 Marshfield

1,870 Welifleet 2,322 Salem 22,252 Belmont

1,198 Matta poisett

1,483 Yarmouth 2,752 Salisbury 3,310 Billerica

1,776 Middleborough
Saugus
2,024 Boxborough

403 North Bridgewater

6,544 85,668 South Danvers 6,549 Brighton

3,375 Pembroke

1,524 Swampscott 1,530 Burlington

606 Plymouth

6,272 BERKSHIRE COUNTY Topstield

1,292
Cambridge
26.060 Plympton

994 Adams 6,924 Wenham 1,105 Carlisle

621 Rochester

1.232 Alford 542 West Newbury 2,202 Charlestown 25,063 Scituate

2,227 Becket 1.573

Chelmsford

2,291 South Scituate 1,764 Cheshire 1,533 165,61 Concord

2,246 Wareham

3.186 Clarksburg 420

Dracut

1,881 West Bridgewater 1,846 Dalton 1,243 FRANKLIX COUNTY. Dunstable

487 Egremont 1,079 Ashfield 1,202 Framingham

64,758 Florida 645 Bernardston

Groton

3,133 Great Barrington 3,871 Buckland

1.702 Holliston

3.839 Hancock 816 Charlemont 1,075 Hopkinton

4,340
Hinsdale
1,511 Colrain

1,798
Lexington

SUFFOLK COUNTY.
2,329
Boston

177,818 Lanesborough 1.308 Conway

1,689 Lincoln

718
Chelsea

13.95 Lee 4,420 Deerfield 3,073 Littleton 1,063

921

North Chelsea
Lenox
1,711 Erving
Lowell

544

Winthrop Monterey 759 Gill

Malden

5.865 Mount Washington 321 Greenfield

3,198
Marlborough

8,911 New Ashford

671 339 Hawley

192,678 Medford

4,842 New Marlborough 1,782 Heath

Melroso

2,532 Otis 999Leverett

964 Natick

5,515
Peru
499 | Leyden

606
Newton

8.382

WORCESTER COUNTY. Pittsfield 8,045 Monroe

236
North Reading 1,203 Ashburnham

2,105 Richmond 914 Montague 1,593 Pepperell 1,895' Athol

2,004 Sandisfield 1,595 New Salem

957 Reading
2.662 Auburn

914 Savoy 904 Northfield 1,712 Sherborn 1.129 Barre

2,973 Sheffield 2,821 Orange 1,622 Shirley 1,468 Berlin

1,108 Stockbridge 2,136 Rowe

619 Somerville
8,025 Blackstone

6,453 Tyringham 730 Shelburne 1,448 South Reading 3,217 Bolton

1,348 Washington 948 Shutesbury 799 Stoneham

3,206 Boylston West Stockbridge 1,589 Sunderland

839
Stow
1,641 Brookfield

2,276 Williamstown 2,611 Warwick

932
Sudbury
1.691 Charlton

2,047 Windsor 839 | Wendell

704 Tewksbury
1,744 Clinton

3.879
Whately
1,067 Townsend
2,005 Dana

876 55,120 Tyngsborough 626 Douglas

2,442 31,434 Walthamn

6,897 Dudley BRISTOL COUNTY.

Watertown
3,270 Fitch burg

7,805 Acushnet 1,387 HAMPDEX COUNTY. Wayland

1.188 Gardner

2,646 Attleborough 6,066 Agawam

1.099
West Cambridge 2.681 Grafton

1,317 Berkley

825
Blandford

1.256
Westford
1,624 Hardwick

1,521 Dartmouth 3,893 Brimfield

1.363
Weston

1,243 Harvard
Dighton
1,733 Chester
1,314 Wilmington

919 Holden

1.43 Easton 3,067 Chicopee 7,261 Winchester 1,837 Hubbardston

1,621 Fairhaven 3,119 Granville

1,385
Woburn

6,287 Lancaster
Fall River
14.126 Holland
419

Leicester

2,748 Freetown 1,521 Holyoke

4.997
216,352 Leominster

8,022 Mansfield 2,114 Longmeadow 1.376

Lunenburg

1,212 New Bedford 22,900 Ludlow

1,174

Mendon

1,351 Norton 1,848 Monson

3,164
NANTUCKET COUXTY.

Milford
Pawtucket

9,132 4,200 Montgomery

371
Nantucket

6,094
Millbury

3,236 Raynham 1,746 Palmer 4,082

New Braintree Rehoboth 1.932 Russell 665

Northborough 1,503 Seekonk 2.682 Southwick

1,188

XORFOLK COUNTY.
Somerset
1,793 Springfield

Northbridge
15,199
Bellinghamn

1,313
North Brookfield

2,700 Swanzey

8,469 1,430 Tolland

Braintree

Oakham
Taunton
15,376 Wales

677
Brookline

5,164

Oxford Westport

$1234 2,767 Westfield

Canton

3,242
5,055
West Springfield

Paxton
2,105
Cohasset

1,863

Petersham

Dedham 93,794 Wilbraham

1,463 6.330 Dorchester

764 679 Princeton

1.200 DUKES COUXTY.

Dover

57,366 Chilmark

Foxborough

Rutland
Edgartowa
2,118
Franklin

1,056

2,172 HAMPSTIRE COUXTY.

Medfield

1.082

Shrewsbury
1,631 Amherst
Tisbury

3,206
Medway

Southborough

8,125 Belchertown

1.854 2,703 Milton

Southbridge

8.673 4,403 Chesterfield

2,660
897
Needham

2.777

Spencer
Cummington
1,085

2.658
Sterling

1,918 ESSEX COUNTY.

Quincy
Easthampton
1,916

6,778 Amesbury

2.943

Sturbridge 3.877 Enfield

Randolph 1,025

8,760

Sutton Andover

2,676 4,765 Goshen

25,137 Sharon

Templeton

2,816 Beverly

6,154
Granby

907 Boxford

1.988

Upton 1,020

4,830 Stoughton

699 Greenwich

Uxbridge

Walpole Bradford

3.133 1,688 Hadley 2,104

2,097

Warren Danvers

West Roxbury

2,10 5,110 Hatfield

6,810 11.337

Webster Essex

2.912
Weymouth
1,701 Huntington
1,216

7.742
Westborough

2.923 Georgetown 2,073 Middlefield

748
Wrentham

West Boylston

2,419 Gloucester 10,304 Northampton 6,789

West Brookfield

1.548 Groveland 1,448 Pelham

748

109,950
Westminster

1.840 Hamilton 789 Plainfield

Winchendon 2.624 Haverhill 9.995 Prescott 611 PLYMOUTH COUNTY. Worcester

24,900 Ipswich 3.300 South Hadley 2,977 Abington

8,527 Lawrence 17,639 | Southampton 1,180 Bridgewater 3,762

159,630

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2,081

9,769 Phillipston 2.879 Royalston

$39 Roxbury

1,377

3,406

CITY GOVERNMENTS

HORSE RAILROADS.

421

MAYORS, CLERKS, AND TREASURERS OF CITIES.

BOSTON.
Mayor. Joseph M. Wightman.
City Clerk, Samuel F. McCleary.
City Treasurer and Collector, Frederic U.
Tracy.

CAMBRIDGE.
Mayor, Charles Theodore Russell.
City Clerk, Justin A. Jacobs.
City Treasurer and Collector, Joseph
Whitney.

CHARLESTOWN.
Mayor, Phineas J. Stone.
City Clerk. Daniel Williams.
City Treasurer and Collector, Lowell W.
Chamberlin.

CHELSEA.
Mayor, Frank B. Fay.
City Clerk, Treasurer and Collector, Sam-
uel Bassett.

FALL RIVER.
Mayor, Edward P. Buffinton.
City Clerk and Treasurer, Alvan S.
Ballard.

LAWRENCE.
Mayor. Wm. H. P. Wright.
City Clerk, George R. Rowe.
City Treasurer, Nathaniel Wilson.

LOWELL.
Mayor, Hocum Hosford.
City Clerk, John H. McAlvin.
City Treasurer, George W. Bedlow.

LYNN.
Mayor, Peter M. Neal.
City Clerk, Benjamin H. Jones.
City Treasurer, William Bassett.

NEW BEDFORD.
Mayor, Isaac C. Taber.
City Clerk, Sanford S. Horton.
Treasurer, James B. Congdon.

NEWBURY PORT.
Mayor, George W. Jackman, Jr.
City Clerk, Eleazer Johnson.
City Treasurer, Daniel Granger.

ROXBURY.
Mayor. William Gaston.
City Clerk, Joseph W. Tucker.
City Treasurer, Joseph W. Dudley.

SALEM.
Mayor, Stephen P. Webb.
City Clerk. Joseph Cloutman.
City Treasurer, Charles E. Symonds.

SPRINGFIELD,
Mayor, Stephen C. Bemis.
City Clerk and Treasurer, S. B. Spoon-

er, Jr.

WORCESTER.
Mayor, P. Emory Aldrich.
City Clerk, Samuel Smith.
City Treasurer, George W. Wheeler.

HORSE RAILROADS.
METROPOLITAN RAILROAD COR- stock paid in, $144,800. Gardiner G.

PORATION. — Boston to Roxbury, Hubbard, President: Estes How, Treas-
Dorchester, Brookline, West Roxbury, urer. Office, 39 State Street, Boston,
Capital stock, $600,000. E. H. Derby, This road is leased to the Union Rail.
President; Chas. Boardman, Treasurer; way Company.
Joseph Colburn, Supt. Office, Tremont,

WEST CAMBRIDGE HORSE RAIL- . corner Bromfield Street, Boston.

ROAD COMPANY. - Cambridge to WEST ROXBURY RAILROAD COR- West Cambridge. Capital stock, $15,

PORATION. – Roxbury to West Rox- 000. John Schouler, President; Dan-
bury. Capital stock, $10,000. J. G. iel R. Stanwood, Treasurer. This road
Weld, President; D. S. Greenough, is leased to John Schouler.
Treasurer. Leased to the Metropolitan NEWTON RAILROAD COMPANY. -
Railroad Company.

From Cambridgeport to Brighton. CapDORCHESTER AND ROXBURY ital stock paid 'in, $28,000. W. C.

RAILROAD COMPANY. - Dorches- Strong, President; Henry Baldwin, ter to Roxbury. Capital stock paid in, Treasurer. Leased to the Union Rail. $11.000. Marshall ‘P. Wilder, Presi- way Company. dent; Samuel Gilbert, Jr., Treasurer.

MALDEN AND MELROSE RAIL • Leased to the Metropolitan Railroad

ROAD. - Boston to Charlestown, Malo Company.

den, Medford, Somerville, Chelsea. UNION RAILWAY COMPANY. Capital stock, $200,000, Wm. J.

Boston to Old Cambridge, East Cam- Eames, President; George A. Whiting, bridge, Watertown, Brighton. Capital Managing Director and Treasurer. stock paid in, $160,000. Jamesw. Office, 27 Tremont Row, Boston. John

Emery, President; Estes How, Treas. H. Studley, Superintendent. CAMBRIDGE RAILROAD COM. MIDDLESEX RAILROAD COM.

PANY.-Boston to Cambridge. Capital PANY.-Boston to Charlestown. Cap.

ital stock, $348,000. John H. Blake, President; G. W. Palmer, Treasurer. Office, 28 State Street, Boston. Leased to the Malden and Melrose Railroad

Company. MEDFORD AND CHARLESTOWN

RAILROAD COMPANY. - Charlestown to Medford. Capital, 25,000. S. Farwell, President and Treasurer ; E. C. Baker, Clerk. Leased to the Mal

den and Melrose Railroad Company. SOMERVILLE HORSE RAILROAD

COMPANY. - Charlestown to Somerville. Capital stock paid in, $50,000. Thomas J. Leland, President; Wm. E. Robinson, Treasurer, Leased to the

Malden and Melrose Railroad Company. BOSTON AND CHELSEA RAIL

ROAD.-Charlestown to Chelsea. Capital stock paid in, $140,000. W. W. Wheildon, President; Chas. E. Powers, Treasurer. Office, 27 Tremont Row, Boston. Leased to the Malden and

Melrose Railroad Company. WINNISSIMMET HORSE RAIL

ROAD COMPANY. - Boston to Chelsea. Capital stock, $75,000. Nathan Matthews, President; W. R. Pearmain, Treasurer. Leased to the Lynn

and Boston Horse Railroad Company. CLIFTONDALE RAILROAD COM

PANY.-South Malden to West Lynn. A. W. Boardman, President; J. M. Stone, Treasurer ; Benjamin Hibbard, Superintendent.

SUFFOLK RAILROAD COMPANY.

Boston to East Boston. Capital stock, $150,000. Asa Fisk, President; David L. Webster, Treasurer, George F.

Downing. Superintendent. LYNN AND BOSTON HORSE RAIL

ROAD COMPANY. - Chelsea to Lynn and Swampscott. Capital stock_paid in, $83,300. Nathan Matthews, President; A. M. Kidder, Treasurer; H. W.

Dale, Superintendent. DORCHESTER RAILWAY COM

PANY. - Boston to Dorchester. Capital stock paid in. $110,499. E. King, President; A. C. Washburn, Treasurer. Office, 40 State Street, Boston. Gore, Rose & Co., Lessees. Office, 3 Monk's

Building, Boston. DORCHESTER EXTENSION RAIL

WAY COMPANY. - Dorchester to Milton. Cost of road, $12,800. Gore, Rose & Co., Lessees. Office, 3 Monk's Building, Boston. BROADWAY HORSE RAILROAD.

(South Boston). Capital stock paid in, 69,200. S. G. Howe, President; Henry Souther, Treasurer; D. L. Bradford,

Clerk.
STONEWAM STREET COMPANY.

Stoneham to Melrose, connecting with the B. and M. Railroad. Capital stock paid in, $32,900. John Hill, President; A. V. Lynde, Treasurer. QUINCY RAILROAD COMPANY

Quincy to Dorchester. Capital stock paid in, $53,000. This road is not yet completed.

RAILROADS.

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AGRICULTURAL BRANCH, - From

Framingham to Northboro', twelve miles Ivers Phillips, of Fitchburg,

President. AMHERST, BELCHERTOWN, AND

PALMER. Incorporated, 1851. From Amherst to Palmer, twenty miles. E. Dickinson, Amherst, President.

W. Dixey, Amherst, Superintendent. BERKSHIRE. - From the North line of

Connecticut to the West Stockbridge Railroad. Run by Housatonic Railroad

Company, under a perpetual lease. BOSTON AND LOWELL.-Twenty-six

miles. Station in Boston, on Causeway Street. Treasurer's office, 5 Tremont Street, Boston, Francis B. Crowninshield, President Geo. Stark, Managing Agent. John B. Winslow, Superintendent. J. Thomas Stevenson, Treas

urer. (See page 427.) BOSTON AND MAINE. - Thirty-five

miles in Massachusetts. Station in Boston, Haymarket Square. Francis Cogswell, President. William Merritt, Superintendent. Horace B. Wilbur, Treasurer (See page 425.)

BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE.- Sta.

tion in Boston, Pleasant, opposite Eliot Street. Charles H. Warren, President. Daniel Nason, Superintendent. David

Tyler, Treasurer. (See page 426.) BOSTON AND WORCESTER.-Forty

four and one-half miles. Station in Boston, Beach, corner of Lincoln St. Ginery Twichell, President. E. B. Phillips, Superintendent. Horace Wil

liams, Treasurer. (See page 429.) CAPE COD RAILROAD. - Office at

Hyannis. From Middleboro' to Hyan. nis, forty-six miles. John H. W. Page, President. E. N. Winslow, Superinten.

dent and Treasurer. CHESHIRE.-From South Ashburnham

to Bellows Falls, N. H., fifty-four miles.

E. A. Chapin, Keene, Superintendent. CONNECTICUT RIVER. From

Springfield to the State line of Ver. mont, fifty miles. Daniel L. Harris, Springfield, President. W. B. Brins

made, Springfield, Superintendent. DORCHESTER AND MILTON

BRANCH. - From Neponset to Mattapan. (See Old Colony and Fall River

Railroad, page 428.) EASTERN.—Thirty-eight miles to New

Hampshire State line. From Boston to Portland. Station in Boston, Causeway, near Andover Street. George M. Browne, Boston, President. John B. Parker, of Boston, Clerk and Treasurer. Jeremiah Prescott, Superintendent. Freight Office, 16 Merchants' Row. (See

page 424.) EASTON BRANCH. Incorporated,

1854. From the Stoughton Branch Railroad to Easton, four miles. T. M.

Porter, Agent. ESSEX. - From Salem to Lawrence, Twenty-one miles. John B. Parker,

Clerk and Treasurer. FAIRHAVEN BRANCH. - From New

Bedford to Tremont Iron Works, Wareham, connecting with Cape Cod R. R. Horace Scott, Fairhaven. Superinten

dent. FITCHBURG. - Fifty miles. Station in

Boston, on Causeway Street. John J.
Swift, President. W. B. Stearns, Su-

perintendent and Engineer. FITCHBURG AND WORCESTER. Twenty-six miles.

Ivers Phillips, Worcester. President and Superinten

dent. HAMPSHIRE AND HAMPDEN.

Twenty-one miles. From Northampton to Connecticut State line at Southwick. Charles N. Yeomans, Westfield, Super

intendent. HARTFORD AND NEW HAVEN.

From Springfield to New Haven, sixty. two miles, E. M. Reed, Hartford,

Superintendent. HOUSATONIC. — From Pittsfield to

Bridgeport, one hundred and ten miles. Charles Hunt, of Canaan, President and Superintendent. LANCASTER, AND STERLING, AND

MARLBORO' BRANCHES. – From

South Acton to Marlboro', ten miles. LEXINGTON AND WEST CAM.

BRIDGE, - Ten miles. Office, 100
State Street,

Boston. Charles Hudson,
Lexington, President.
LOWELL AND LAWRENCE.-Thir.

teen miles. Francis H. Nourse, Lowell, Clerk, Treasurer, and Local Superinten. dent. MIDDLEBORO' AND TAUNTON

BRANCH. - From Middleboro' Taunton, ten and one-half miles. Albert

E. Swasey, of Taunton, Superintendent. NASHUA AND LOWELL. Is run in

connection with the Boston and Lowell

Railroad. (See page 427.) NEW BEDFORD AND TAUNTON.

From Taunton to New Bedford, twenty

miles. A. E. Swasey, Taunton, Supt. NEWBURYPORT RAILROAD.

From Newbury to Bradford, and Georgetown to Danvers.

NEW YORK AND BOSTON AIR

LINE. - Boston to Medway, twentyfive miles. JM. Wood, President.

T. W. Pratt, Superintendent. NORWICH AND WORCESTER.

Sixty miles. Augustus Brewster, Norwich, Conn., President. P. St. M. An

drews, Norwich, Superintendent. NORFOLK COUNTY RAILROAD.

From Dedham to Blackstone, twentysix miles. H. A. Stone, Blackstone,

Agent for Trustees.
OLD COLONY AND FALL RIVER. -

Station in Boston, Kneeland, corner of
South Street. From Boston to Ply-
mouth, 37 miles. From Boston to
Fall River, 53. Alexander Holmes,
President. John M. Washburn, Treas-

urer. Office in Boston. (See page 428.) PETERBORO' AND SHIRLEY.

Connecting with the Fitch burg Railroad, at Groton Junction. From Groton to Mason Village, N. A., twenty

three miles. PITTSFIELD AND NORTH ADAMS.

Twenty miles. Chester W. Chapin, Springfield, President. Stephen Fairbanks, Boston, Treasurer.

Henry Gray, Springfield, Superintendent. Wm.

Burton, North Adams, Agent. PROVIDENCE AND WORCESTER.

Forty-three miles. Stephen H. Tabor,

of I'rovidence, Superintendent. SALEM AND LOWELL-Twenty-four

miles. Incorporated, 1848. This road is leased and operated by the Boston

and Lowell Railroad Company. SOUTH SHORE. Office 254 State

Street. From Old Colony Railroad at Braintree to Cohasset, eleven miles. William_Humphrey, Boston, President.

Gilman Davis, Boston, Treasurer. STONY BROOK.- From the Nashua

and Lowell Railroad in North Chelmsford to Groton Junction, seventeen miles. George Stark, Nashua, Superin

tendent. STOUGHTON BRANCH. From

Stoughton to Canton, four miles. Jesse

Holmes, Stoughton, Superintendent. TAUNTON BRANCH. - From Mans

field to Taunton, eleven miles. A, E.

Swasey, Taunton, Superintendent. VERMONT AND MASSACHUSETTS.

- Boston Office, 13 Exchange Street, From Fitchburg to Greenfield, fifty-six miles, and to Brattleboro', sixty-nine miles. 0. T. Ruggles, Fitchburg, Sup

erintendent. WESTERN. Treasurer's Office, 13

Railroad Exchange. From Worcester Depot,

Boston. (See Boston and Worcester Railroad pages, 429 and 430.) Extent, 156 miles. Chester W. Chapin, Springfield, President. Stephen Fair.

banks, Treasurer. Henry Gray, Supt. WORCESTER AND NASHUA.-Geo.

W. Bentley, Worcester, Superintendent, Forty-six miles.

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