at the United-States Arsenal at Springfield.
Two thousand men could be thus employed, who would enlist for one or two years, be drilled as soldiers, and sent forward when required.
Telegraphs to Secretary of War for one or two thousand smooth-bore muskets, of which there are one hundred thousand at the Springfield Arsenal.
Acknowledges with thanks the offer of the Empire Association of Lynn to give to the new volunteer company raised in that city sixty-six military frock-coats.
Thanks Mr. Tilson, and the ladies of the Baptist Church and Society of Hingham, for the tender of their services to make clothing and sew for the soldiers.
April 23.—The Governor writes a letter to Major-General Wool, introducing William L. Burt, of Boston, who was instructed to get authority to garrison the forts in Boston harbor with militia.
John M. Forbes, by direction of the Governor, writes to Samuel M. Felton, of Philadelphia: Your information about matters at Annapolis received.
Tenney, Daniel B., carpenter, h. Medford turnpike.
Tenney, Robert G., brickmaker, h. Medford turnpike.
Tenney, John C., carpenter, h. Medford turnpike.
Tenne., Albert G., b. custom house, h. Cambridge.
Terry, Patrick, stone worker, Garden court.
Thompson, Clark, provision dealer, h. Broadway.
Thompson, Edward C., conductor.
Thompson, Samuel, b. flour inspector, h. Milk.
Thorp, Ira, yeoman, h. Walnut.
Thrasher, Benjamin brickmaker, h. Broadway.
Tilson, Apollos, b. furnishing store, h. Granville.
Torrey, Mrs. Mary P., widow, h. Broadway.
Randall, Benjamin, 2nd, carpenter, Cambridge.
Reed, Daniel, b. grocer, h. Milk.
Ricker, Edward, b. blacksmith, h. Milk.
Ricker, Benjamin F., mason, h. cor.
Cambridge and Milk.
Ring, Gardner T., brickmaker, h. Broadway.
Riley, James, gardener, h. Beacon.
Roberts, Nichols P., b. house and ship joiner, h. Lime.
Robinson, Enoch, b. machinist, h. Central.
Robinson, George W., b. m