Rodman, Isaac P., April 28, 1862.
Ross, Leonard F., April 25, 1862.
Rowley, T. A., Nov. 29, 1862.
Rice, Americus V., May 31, 1865.
Rice, James C., Aug. 17, 1863.
Rice, Samuel A., Aug. 4, 1863.
Richardson, W. A., Sept. 3, 1861.
Rutherford, F. S., June 27, 1864.
Sanders, Wm. P., Oct. 18, 1863.
Scammon, E. P., Oct. 15, 1862.
Schimmelpfennig, Alex., Nov. 29, 1862.
Schoepf, Albin, Sept. 30, 1861.
Seward, W. H., Jr. , Sept. 13, 1864.
Shackelford, J. M., Jan. 2, 1863.
Shepard, Isaac F., Oct. 27, 1863.
Shepley, Geo. F., July 18, 1862.
Sherman, F. T., July 21, 1865.
Shields, James, Aug. 19, 1861.
Sill, Joshua W., July 16, 1862.
Slough, John B., Aug. 25, 1862.
Smith, G. A., Sept. 19, 1862.
Smith, Morgan L., July 16, 1862.
Smith, T. C. H., Nov. 29, 1862.
Smith, Wm. S., April 15, 1862.
Spears, James G., Mar. 5, 1862.
Spinola, F. B., June 8, 1865.
Sprague, John W., July 21, 1864.
Sprague, Wm., May 17, 1861.
Starkweather, J. C., July 17, 1863.
Stevenson, T. G
the education of every child among us; that God gave it for mankind.
I look upon the State, or rather I look upon society, composed of the religious and civil organizations — the one represented here, the other represented in the churches — as a great Normal School.
I think the men who occupy these benches day by day are mere schoolmasters for the State.
Their object is to arrange the best method to unfold and carry forward the public mind.
The friend who has just taken his seat, Isaac F. Shepard, Esq., has alluded to Greece.
It reminds me that there were two civilizations in the old time,--one was Egyptian, the other was Greek.
The Egyptian kept its knowledge for priests and nobles.
Science hid itself in the cloister; it was confined to the aristocracy.
Knowledge was the organ of despotism; it was the secret of the upper classes; it was the engine of government; it was used to over-awe the people; and when Cambyses came down from Persia, and thundered across Egypt, treading
Russell, Mr., 62.
Russell, Philemon R., 29.
Russell, Walter, 89.
Rymes, Christopher E., 76.
Sachem The, 60.
Sagamore John, 88.
Salisbury, N. C., 4, 12, 15.
Sanborn, Adaline L., 39, 40, 41.
Sanborn, David A., 37, 40.
Sanborn, Hannah Adams (Stone), 40.
Sargent, Aaron, 73, 82, 85.
Sawyer, Charles W., 21, 22.
Sawyer, Edward K., 23.
School Holidays, List of, 53.
Second Baptist Church of Cam-bridge, 39.
Shaw, Henry, 19.
Shaw, John B., 19.
Shed, Samuel, 42.
Shepard, Isaac F., 74.
Sheridan, Major-General, 10.
Sherman, Mr., 31.
Sherman, John N., 32, 33, 35.
Sherman, General T. W., 57, 59, 60.
Shirley, Governor, 62.
Shirley, Mass., 29.
Shirley, W., 63, 65.
Six Mile House, 2.
Skehan, John, 19.
Skelton, Samuel, 83, 84.
Sleeper, Jacob, 73, 74, 75.
Smith, Addison, 19.
Society, The, 78.
Society of Cincinnati, 23.
Soley Lodge, 72.
Soley, John, 78.
Soldiers' Retreat, 5.
Somerville Avenue, 25.
Somerville Cemetery, 42,
Census of 1840,106,611
in 10 years,54,774
Somerville town Government for 1851-52.
Selectmen, John S. Edgerly (chairman), Thomas J. Leland, Charles Miller, Chester Guild, John Runey.
Treasurer, Robert Vinal.
School Committee, Augustus R. Pope (chairman), Edwin Leigh (secretary), Charles Forster, Fitch Cutter, George O. Brastow, Edwin Munroe, Jr., Isaac F. Shepard.
Town clerk, Charles E. Gilman.
Assessors, John C. Magoun (chairman), William Bonner, Abel Fitz.
Overseers of Poor, Columbus Tyler (chairman), Oliver Tufts, John S. Edgerly.
Constables, Hugh Moore, William Higgins.
Collector, Hugh Moore.
Auditors, Columbus Tyler, Edward L. Stevens, Samuel T. Frost.
Fence Viewers, Hugh Moore, William A. Tufts, David A. Sanborn.
Field Drivers, Hugh Moore, Theodore Palmer, Warren S. Leland.
Sealer of Leather, Charles Miller.
Sanborn, David A., Jr., carpenter, h. Prospect.
Sanborn, Albert & George A., grocers, Cambridge.
Sanborn, Robert, yeoman, h. Bow.
Sanborn, Joseph, brickmaker, h. Prospect.
Sanborn, Joseph P., brickmaker, Prospect.
Scott, James, b. F. H. market, h. Linden.
Scott, Seth B., h. Mt. Pleasant.
Sears, Joshua, b. merchant, boards at S. Trull's, Church.
Shattuck, John, teamster, h. Franklin.
Shattuck, William, b. broker, h. Church.
Shelvin, Terence, h. Milk.
Shepard, Isaac F., b. teacher, h. Prospect hill.
Shaw, John, b. silversmith, h. Dane.
Shute, Benjamin, b. ship carpenter, h. Medford.
Shute, James, brickmaker, h. Broadway.
Sherwin, A. W., b. furniture dealer, h. Franklin.
Shute, James M., b. type founder, h. No. 3 Chestnut.
Simonds, Elizabeth H., h. Beacon.
Simmons, Ambrose B., b. F. H. market, h. Linden.
Simmons, James E., horse dealer, h. Milk.
Simpson, Jesse, yeoman, h. Broadway.
Todd, Jehiel, clerk, h. Garden cour