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. Nov. 1, 1830.Edward Everett72.  James Russell30. Nov. 10, 1832.No Record  Nov. 10, 1834.Samuel Hoar109.  Heman Lincoln35.  James Russell110. Nov. 14, 1836.William Parmenter164.  Samuel Hoar125. Nov. 12, 1838.William Parmenter178.  Nathan Brooks164. Nov. 9, 1840.William Parmenter248.  Nathan Brooks216. Nov. 4, 1842.Robert Rantoul, jun275.  Leverett Saltonstall151.  William B. Dodge25. Nov. 11, 1844.George Hood254.  Daniel P. King211.  Henry B. Stanton57. Nov. 9, 1846.Daniel Nathan Brooks216. Nov. 4, 1842.Robert Rantoul, jun275.  Leverett Saltonstall151.  William B. Dodge25. Nov. 11, 1844.George Hood254.  Daniel P. King211.  Henry B. Stanton57. Nov. 9, 1846.Daniel P. King157.  George W. Dike156.  Increase H. Brown12. Nov. 13, 1848.Daniel P. King244.  Robert Rantoul, jun200.  Caleb Stetson70. Nov. 11, 1850.Charles W. Upham232.  Robert Rantoul, jun217.  Samuel E. Sewall64. Nov. 8, 1852.Francis B. Fay200.  George Hood192.  John B. Alley64.  George Osborn62. Nov. 13, 1854.Nathaniel P. Banks470.  Luther V. Bell136. Councillors and Senators. John Brooks, Councillor1812. P. C. Brooks, Councillor1818. Timothy Bigelow
William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2, Chapter 13: Plymouth County. (search)
. Kingston Incorporated June 16, 1726. Population in 1860, 1,655; in 1865, 1,626. Valuation in 1860, $1,303,308; in 1865, $1,334,298. The selectmen in 1861 and 1862 were Edward Gray, Samuel E. Cushman, Charles Everson; In 1862 Mr. Everson volunteered as a soldier and went to the war. in 1863, Alden S. Bradford, Edward Gray, Samuel E. Cushman; in 1864 and 1865, Alden S. Bradford, Edward Gray, Charles Everson. The town-clerk and town-treasurer during all of these years was Nathan Brooks. 1861. The first legal town-meeting to act upon matters relating to the war was held on the 18th of May, at which it was voted to pay all persons, inhabitants of Kingston, who have enlisted or may enlist in the military service of the country six dollars a month while in said service. 1862. On the 26th of July it was voted to pay each volunteer who shall enlist for three years service and be credited to the quota of the town a bounty of one hundred dollars. The number of men requi
Francis Jackson Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879; the story of his life told by his children: volume 2, Chapter 5: shall the Liberator lead—1839. (search)
ving whose religious views were more in harmony with Mr. Garrison's. I have also received a very beautiful letter from his wife, Laura P. Boyle. Her letter was printed in Lib. 9: 56. In it, she states that she at first hesitated to join the Non-Resistance Society, being emancipated from sects, parties, and organizations generally. written in the same spirit. The election in the Fourth District takes place on the first Apr. 1, 1839. Monday of April. The Whigs have again nominated Nathan Brooks; so that it is more than probable—almost certain— that Parmenter will succeed, This prognostication was verified (Lib. 9: 55). The scattering (A. S.) vote showed a falling-off. to the great injury of our cause. William Parmenter. Bro. Stanton was premature in stirring up the political waters in that District. Give my brotherly regards to my friend Coe, who has Rev. Wm. Coe. complimented me by giving a part of my odious name to his youngest-born. I was very glad to receive his m
an abolition, 381. Broadnax, William H., 1.252. Brocklebank, Samuel, Capt., 1.3, 192. Brockway, Charles J., 1.56. Brook Farm, suggested by Channing, 2.205, founded by G. Ripley, 421. Brooks, Charles Timothy, Rev. [1813-1883], 1.463. Brooks, Nathan, 2.287. Brooks, Peter Chardon [1767-1849], 1; 488. Brougham, Henry [1779-1868], on slavery, 1.211; on G. Thompson's A. S. services, 435, and oratory, 436; urges him to the law, 436. Brown, David Paul [b. 1795; d.——], dissuaded from colBrooks, Peter Chardon [1767-1849], 1; 488. Brougham, Henry [1779-1868], on slavery, 1.211; on G. Thompson's A. S. services, 435, and oratory, 436; urges him to the law, 436. Brown, David Paul [b. 1795; d.——], dissuaded from colonization, 1.413; mobbed in N. Y., 447; introduces Thompson in Philadelphia, 2.2; speech at Penn. Hall, 214, 215. Brown, Goold [1791-1857], 1.287, 288. Brown, John [b. Torrington, Conn., May 9, 1800; d. Charlestown, Va., Dec. 2, 1859], 2.184.—Portrait in Webb's Life. Brown, Moses [b. Sept. 23, 738; d. Providence, R. I., Sept. 8, 1836], host of G., 1.286, 288. Brown, Nicholas, captain of Francis, 1.165; denounced by G., 1.166; kindness to slaves, 169, 195; witness in Todd's suit,