. Folger, Samuel James, Ezra Parmenter, John P. Putnam, aldermen.
In 1864, Z. L. Raymond, mayor; Samuel W. Dudley, George H. Folger, Ezra Parmenter, George P. Carter, Charles F. Choate, John Livermore, Arthur Merrill, James R. Morse, Fordyce M. Stimson (to March 23d), Francis L. Chapman (from April), Joseph H. Tyler, aldermen.
In 1865, J. Warren Merrill, mayor; Samuel W. Dudley, George P. Carter, Charles F. Choate, John Livermore, Joseph H. Tyler, Francis L. Chapman, George B. Lothrop, Alpheus Meade, James M. Price, John L. Sands, aldermen.
The city-clerk during all the years of the war was Justin A. Jacobs.
The city-treasurer during the same period was Joseph Whitney.
1861. The first meeting of the city government, to act upon matters relating to the war, was held on the 17th of April, at which five thousand dollars were appropriated
for support of the families of volunteers, to be expended under the direction of a joint-committee consisting of the mayor, two aldermen,