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William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2, Chapter 6: Essex County. (search)
g, bandages, lint, and other articles, for the sick and wounded in the hospitals. They also contributed upwards of seven thousand dollars in cash, in various practical charities to the soldiers. Lynn Incorporated as a town November, 1637; as a city, April 10, 1850. Population in 1860, 19,083; in 1865, 20,800. Valuation in 1860, $9,299,128; in 1865, $10,053,309. In 1861, Hiram N. Breed, mayor; Archilaus C. Wyman, Alvan F. Kent, Edward Pease, Richard H. Carter, Benjamin A. Ward, Nathan Clark, Nathaniel S. Doe, Moses D. Merrill, Jesse L. Lewis, aldermen. In 1862, Peter M. Neal, mayor; John W. Blaney, Baxter Gregory, Jacob M. Lewis, Ezra W. Mudge, William N. Melcher, Joshua Patch, Benjamin Sprague, Edwin Walden, aldermen. In 1863, Peter M. Neal, mayor; John W. Blaney, Joshua Patch, Baxter Gregory, Jacob M. Lewis, Ezra W. Mudge, Benjamin Sprague, John L. Shorey, Edwin Walden, aldermen. In 1864, Peter M. Neal, mayor; John W. Blaney, Baxter Gregory, Jacob M. Lewis, Ezra W. Mudg