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Constables Wm. Chesebrough, the first appointed, Nov. 9, 1630 To take care of the Saltpetre house, May 29, 1642 Fined for refusing to serve, Mar. 12, 1653 The town choose eight, May 12, 1680 Not obliged to serve but once in seven years, Mar. 11, 1750 Ordered to patrol the Common evenings, 1800 George Reed, called Old land Shark, appointed; held the office thirty years, 1809 Reed explains the game of Keno in Court, Feb. 15, 1819 Some to patrol the Common by day, Sep., 1831 Constables Detailed to patrol Ann street by day, 1831 Detailed to South Boston on Sundays, August, 1832 Have a fight with gamblers on the Common, June 1, 1833 One 87 years old, on duty with the procession, July 4, 1847 150 appointed by the City this year , 1879 State, established for the Commonwealth, June 24, 1865 Chief, William S. King, appointed, June 24, 1865 Edward J. Jones, appointed, Feb., 1866 George W. Boynton, appointed, Oct., 1872 Luther Stephe