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ttsburg Capture, news received, great rejoicing, Apr. 11, 1862 Police a sanitary arrangement many years, 1786 A law passed providing for a department, May 15, 1838 Six-day patrol appointed under the new law, May 21, 1838 A detective force organized, 1846 A small force for night duty, appointed, Dec., 1846 A reserve force (specials) of 45 men, appointed, June 16, 1848 The force number thirty men, Jan. 1, 1850 Sensation, stolen property dug up in Public Garden, Jan. 8, 1848 Inquisitory meeting at Faneuil Hall, May 27, 1848 Detailed for duty at fires with overalls, June 30, 1851 Had a pic-nic at Framingham, July 17, 1851 Had a great sleigh ride to Quincy, Jan. 17, 1852 Several discharged on political grounds, Oct. 12, 1852 New law passed to unite Police and Watch departments, May 23, 1853 Harbor, established, with sail-boat and ten men, July 26, 1853 Several discharged on grounds of nationality, Jan. 24, 1854 Force numbered sixty me