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es, and Martin L. Smith. The number of directors has changed several times in the bank's history: at first nine members constituted the board, later this was increased to twelve, then it dropped back to nine again; a little later it was reduced to seven, and finally to five, the present number. Of the first board of directors William Fiske served the bank the longest; he resigned in 1851, after twenty-five years of service. The present board consists of Lucius R. Paige, Asa P. Morse, Charles James, Frank H. Jones, and Charles Bullock. Dr. Paige was elected cashier in 1857, and he has served the bank continuously, in different capacities, since that time. Mr. Morse has been connected with the bank since 1860. Mr. Lane served the bank as cashier from its inception, 1826, till March, 1855, when he resigned on account of ill-health. Dr. Paige held the position till March, 1860. Joseph Whittemore, late principal assessor, followed Dr. Paige, resigning in February, 1863. Dr. Paig