The same order designated Colonel Charles R. Codman of Boston, Colonel D. Waldo Lincoln of Worcester, Colonel Charles H. Dalton of Boston, Major George L. SteHouse to-morrow, by early train.
On the same day, he telegraphed to Hon. D. Waldo Lincoln, Mayor of Worcester,—
Will you oblige me by coming to Boston to-mon the coast of Maine was based upon information contained in a letter to President Lincoln, dated Montreal, July 15, 1864, the writer of which was a confidential ag Governor of this Commonwealth, I made inquiry on the subject, and through D. Waldo Lincoln, Esq., now Mayor of the city of Worcester, the eldest son of ex-Governor Lex-Governor Lincoln, I have received a photograph of it, which I inclose.
Governor Andrew then inquires whether there is any fund under the control of the Attorney-General, f
I do this from a most earnest respect for the eminent character of Attorney-General Lincoln, as well as from that just pride of locality which makes me wish that
Stephen Taft, Samuel B. Heywood, George Hobbs, aldermen.
1862, P. Emory Aldrich, mayor; Merrick Bemis, Lucius W. Pond, Adam Harrington, Samuel D. Harding, Francis Strong, Charles B. Pratt, George Chandler, Benjamin Walker, aldermen.
1863, D. Waldo Lincoln, mayor; Merrick Bemis, Charles A. Wheeler, Harrison Bliss, Leonard W. Sturtevant, Frank H. Kelley, George Crompton, Charles B. Pratt, Elijah B. Stoddard, George Hobbs, aldermen.
1864, D. Waldo Lincoln, mayor; Charles A. Wheeler, Harrison BlD. Waldo Lincoln, mayor; Charles A. Wheeler, Harrison Bliss, Calvin Dyer, Frank H. Kelley, George Crompton, Stephen Taft, Elijah B. Stoddard, George Hobbs, aldermen.
1865, Phineas Ball, mayor; Henry B. Hakes, Walter Bigelow, Calvin Dyer, Charles W. Rugg, E. C. Cleveland, Henry Goddard, Edwin Morse, Harrison Bliss, aldermen.
The city-clerk during all these years was Samuel Smith.
The city-treasurer during the same period was George W. Wheeler.
1861. A special meeting of the city council was held on the 17th of April, to see what measures if an