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William Chamberlin,

October 17,

1803 Martin Chittenden,

1803 James Elliot,

1803 Gideon Olin,

1803 James Fisk,

December 2, 1805 James Witherill,

October 26, 1807 Samuel Shaw,

November 7,

1808 William Chamberlin,

May 22, 1809 Jonathan il. Hubbard,

1809 James Fisk,

December 3, 1810 William Strong,

1810 William C. Bradley, May 24, 1813 Ezra Butler,

1813 Richard Skinner,

1813 Charles Rich,

1813 Daniel Chipman,

December 4, 1815 Luther Jewett,

1815 Chauncey Langdon,

1815 Asa Lyon,

1815 Charles Marsh,

1815 John Noyes,

1815 Heman Allen,

December 1, 1817 Samuel C. Crafts,

1817 William Hunter,

1817 Orsamus C. Merrill, *

1817 Charles Rich,

1817 Mark Richards,

1817 Rollin C. Mallary, January 13,

1820 William Strong,

December 6, 1819 Ezra Meech,

1819 Elias Keyes,

December 3, 1821 John Mattocks,

1821 William C. Bradley, 2 Incumbent after D. Azro A. Buck,

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March 3d, 1823.

* Mr. Merrill was returned a membar of the 16th Congress, and took his seat at the commencement of the session; but his election was guccessfully contested by Mr. Mallory, * to look his seat January 13tb, 1820.

In Memory of William French

Son to M' Nathaniel French Who

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Was Shot at Westminster March y 13 1775 by the hands of Cruel Ministereal

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tools of Georg ý 3 in the Corthouse at

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Here William French his Body lies
For Murder his blood for Vengance cries
King Georg the third his Tory crew
tha with a bawl his head Shot threw
For Liberty and his Countrys Good
he Lost his Life his Dearest blood

* This epitaph is copied, literally, from the original inscription found on a monument in Westminster, and furnished to the compiler by the Hon. Wm. C. Bradley. It is preserved in this collection, both as a literary curiosity and as exhibiting an unequivocal indication of the spirit of the times. The history of the transaction which it commemorates, may be found in this collection, page 55-9,

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