were Isaac Sprague, Daniel Lawrence and Elisha Stetson.
The town voted to build the Town House of wood at an estimated cost of $3,600. In 1834 the above committee was discharged and John P. Clisby, John Sparrell and Thomas R. Peck were appointed, with instructions to observe generally the outlines of the plan, which was drawn by Mr. Benjamin, as regards the general exterior appearance of the building.
The structure was damaged by fire October 27, 1839. John P. Clisby, Lewis Richardson, Samuel Lapham, Galen James and Darius Waitt were the committee to repair.
At this time the brick wall on the south side was built.
In 1850 it was again burned.
George T. Goodwin, Daniel Lawrence and Charles S. Jacobs were chosen a committee to repair the building.
It was proposed to build a belfry at this time, but the town voted in the negative.
Slate roof and copper gutters were the extent of outside improvements.
Except in a few minor details, the exterior of the building has never been chang