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William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 2, Chapter 6: Essex County. (search)
chard 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. Mudge, Joshua Patch, Benjamin Sprague, John L. Shorey, Edwin Walden, aldermen. In 1865, Peter M. Neal, mayor; Walter B. Allen,Baxter Gregory, Jacob M. Lewis, Ezra W. Mudge, Joshua Patch, Benjamin Sprague, John L. Shorey, Edwin Walden, aldermen. In 1865, Peter M. Neal, mayor; Walter B. Allen, Amos F. Breed, Jacob M. Lewis, William M. Newhall, Edwin Patch, Clarkson Paul, Thomas Stacy, Phillip P. Tapley, aldermen. The city-clerk during all of the years of the war was Benjamin H. Jones. The city-treasurer in 1861, 1862, 1863, and 1864, was William Bassett; in 1865, Elbridge Lovejoy. 1861. April 20th, Ten thousand