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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: December 17, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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828-1830. Eliab W. Metcalf, 1829-1833. James Hayward, 1831, 1832. Ralph Smith, 1832-1835, 1837. Luther Brooks, 1832-1835, 1837. Robert Fuller, 1832-1834. Wm. J. Whipple, 1833-1835. John Chamberlin, 1834, 1835. Joseph Burridge, 1835, 1836. William Parmenter, 1836. Charles C. Little, 1836-1841. Jesse Hall, 1836. William Hunnewell, 1836, 1837. Nathan Childs, 1837, 1838. Walter R. Mason, 1838, 1839. John L. Hobbs, 1838, 1839. Walter M. Allen, 1840, 1841. Jonathan Wheeler, 1840. Sidney Willard, 1841, 1844. William H. Odiorne, 1841. Levi Parker, 1841. Thomas Whittemore, 1842, 1843. James Luke, 1842, 1843. Sylvanus Plympton, 1842. William Saunders, 1842. Jacob H. Bates, 1843. Nathaniel J. Wyeth, 1843. Stephen T. Farwell, 1844. William Wyman, 1844, 1845. Josiah Burrage, Jr., 1844, 1845. Jonas Wyeth, 1844. James D. Green, 1845. Alex. H. Ramsay, 1845. Charles Wood, 1845. Assessors. the Selectmen performed the duty o
icate, was committed to jail. Caroline, slave of John Amos, of Montgomery county, Va., was arrested for rosining about the streets in male attire and stealing a coat from Dr. Lynch. She was brought into Court in the toggery in which she fell into the hands of the watch. It was stated that she had absented herself from her master about six months ago, prior to which time she had often exhibited the symptoms of a crazy mind. She was sent to jail to be called for. Emma, slave of Jno. Wheeler, was tried for stealing two coats, worth $50, from John Cross, and acquitted. Hustings Court, Tuesday, Dec. 16th.--Judge Wm. H. Lyons presiding.--Sunday wills were admitted, to probate, and a small amount of civil business done, when the Court proceeded to try a habeas corpus case brought up by Messrs. John H. Gilmer and Samuel Byles, on behalf of Thos. J. Corbia, Asa C. Hasle, and Henry C. Hurdle, patties confined in Castle Lightning as suspicious characters. After the case was par