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PLACE.

New York.

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Kings

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Ogdcnsb'gh,

Cattaraugus,
Chautauqua,

LowvUle

LivinKston...
Albany.
Sar. Springs,

Erie

Newburgh...
Orange.



Barnard.
Tappen.
James.

Lamont.
Daniels.
Hardin.
J. C. Smith.

Bockes.
Daniels.
Gilbert.



TIME.

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Yates

Syracuse.

Johnstown.

Ogdcnsb'gh,

Dutchess.. ..

Broome

Chenango....

Erie

Genesee

Sar. Springs,

Herkimer

Rochester....
Albany



JUSTICE.

E. D. Smith.
Dwlght.



Jaxiies.

Gilbert.

Murray.

Balcom.

Barker.

Lamont.

Bockes.

Morgan.

Dwl.'ht.

Incj.ills.



November 1, All Saints. Holidaj' of Obligation. November 2, All Souls.

Novepiber 30, St. Andrew. Apostle.
Inconceivably Minute. — An extraordinary machine has been invented in London, by which a person
can duplicate his writing a million times smaller, making it invisible except by a powerftil microscope.
The inventor claims that by it he can copy the whole bible twenty-two times in the space of an inch.



EvENixG Journal Almaxac^ 1S72.



13



12th Month.



DECEMBER. 1872.



31 Days.



MOON'S PH.\SES.



First Quarter.

I Full Moox

I Third Quarter

New Moon



DAY.

7
14

22
30



Boston.



6 52 mo.
5 Oev.
9 28ev.
1 52 mo.



N. York.



6 40 mo.

4 48ev.
9 16 ev.
1 40 mo.



Waght'n. Charles'n



6 28 mo.
4 30 ev.
9 4ev.
1 28 mo.



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6 IC mo,
4 21ev.
8 2.') ev.
1 10 mo



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CALENDAP. CALF:NDAU

For Boston, N.Engl'd.N.Y. For X. Y. city, Pliil.. Conn.
Mich,, Wis., low-a, Oregon. N. J., Penn., O., Ind., 111.



SCN
RISES.



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BOSTON



morn

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3
356

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929

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RISKS.



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7 11
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For Wash., M.I. ,Va.
Ky., Mo. and (Jul.



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SETS.



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029



SUPKEME COURT.— Special and Oircuit Terms for December.



TIME.


TERM.


PL.4.CE.


JUSTICE.


TIME.


TERM.


PLACE.


JUSTICE.


1st Mon..


Sp. T. (Mo.)


New York.




2d Mon ...


C. * 0. & T..


Schuyler


. Bnlcom.


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Oyer &Ter.,


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Ontario


E.D.Smith.


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Clr. (part 1)


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Sp'l Term...


Monroe


Dwight.


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Clr. (part 2)
Sp. T. (Ch.)

c.&o.iT.;

Sii. T. (Mo.)


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Niagara


Daniels.


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C. A 0. A T.,


Wyoming...


Luniont.


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Westchester,


Pratt.


2d Tues..


Si)'l Term ...


Sar. Springs


Bockes.


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Kings


Gilbert.


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Syracuse


Jlorgan.


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Sp'lTerm...
d.&0.&T.,


Dutchess ....


Barnard.


3d Mon...


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Kings


Gilbert.


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Leanied.


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Greene


Hogeboom.


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Tlo?a


Boardman.


3* Tues..


Sp'l Term ...


Ogdensb'gh,


James.


1st Tues.


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Salem.




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Sp'l Term ...


Ogdensb'gh,


James.


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Oswego


DooUttle.


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4th Tues..


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Sar. Springs.


Bockes.


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WatTtown. .


DooUttle.


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Tompkins....


Boardman.


2d Mon..


Gen. Tenn...


Brooklyn.




L't Mon..


Sp. T. (Mo.)


Rochester ...


E. D. Smith.


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C. & 0. A T.,


Albany


Ingalls.


L't Tues..


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Albany


Hogeboom.


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Delaware


Murray.











December 1, First Sunday In Advent.
8, Second Sunday in Advent.
21, St. Thomas, Apostle.



December 2o, Nativity of our Lord. Christmas Day.
2fi, St. Stephen, first Martyr.
27, St. John, Apostle and Evangelist.



14 Evening Journal Almanac, 1S72.



UNITED STATES G-OVERNMENT.



PRESIDENT.

ULTSSES S. GRANT, of Galena. 111. Term expires March 4, 1873.

The President Is chosen by Electors, who an- el>cled by the People, each State having as many as It has
Senators and Representatives in Conpress. lie holds office four years; Is Commander-in-Chief of the
Army and Navy of the United States; has power to grant pardons and reprieves for oUenses against the
United States; makes treaties by and with the advice and consent of the Senate; nominates and, with
the consent of the Senate, appoints all Cabinet, Diplomatic, Judicial and Executive officers; has power
to convene Congress, or the Senate only; communicates to Congress, by message, at every session, the con-
dition of the Union, and recommends such measures as he deems expedient; receives all Foreign Minis-
ters; taices care that the laws are faithfully executed, and the public business transacted. Salary, S25,(j<jO
a year.

VICE-PRESIDENT.

SCHUYLER COLFAX, of South Bend, Ind. Term expires March 4, 1873.

Is chosen by the Electors at the same time and in the same manner as the President; Is President of
the Senate, and has the casting vote therein. In case of the death, resignation, disability or removal
of the President, his powers and duties devolve upon the Vice-President for the residue of his term. In
cases of vacancy, where the Vice-President succeeds to the Presidential office, the President of the Seuate
becomes ex ojjicio Vice-President. Salary, S^.OWJ a year.

THE CABINET.
Secretary of State.

HAMILTON FISH, of New' York. ^

The aiate Department preserves the public archives, records, laws, documents and treaties, and super-
vises their publication; conducts all business and correspondence arising out of Foreign relations; makes
out and records passports, commissions, etc.

Secretary of the Treasury.

GEORGE S. BOUTWELL, of Miissachusetts.

The Treasury Department receives and has charge of all moneys paid Into the United States Treasuni',
has general supervision of the fiscal transactions of the Government, the collection of revenue, the audit-
ing and payment of accounts and other disbursements, supervises the execution of the laws relating to
the Commerce and Navigation of the United States, the Revenues and Currency, the Coast Survey, the
3Iint and Coinage, the Light-House Establishment, the construction of Marine Hospitals, Custom-IIouses,
etc. The First Comptroller prescribes the mode of keeping and rendering accounts for the civil and
fiipiomatic service and the public land. To him the First, Fifth and Sixth Auditors report. The Second
Comptroller prescribes the mode of keeping and rendering accounts for the army, navy and Indian de-
partments, and to him the Second, Third and Fourth Auditors report. The First Auditor adjusts the
accounts of the customs, revenue, civil service and private acts of Congress. The Second Auditor atljusts
accounts relating to pay, clothing and recruiting of the army, the arsenals, armories and ordinance, and
the Indian department. The Third Auditor adjusts accounts for army subsistence, fortifications, military
academy and roads, quartermaster's department and military claims. The Fourth Auditor adjusts the
navy accounts, the Fifth diplomatic, and the Sixth postal affairs.

Secretary of War.

WILLIAM G. BELKNAP, of Iowa. ^ *-* J'

The War Department has charge of business growing out of military affairs, keeps the records of the
army. Issues commissions, directs the government of troops, superintends their payment, stores, clothing,
arms and equipments and ordnance, constructs fortifications, and conducts works of military engineering.

Secretary of the Navy.

GEORGE M. ROBESON, of New Jersey.

The Xuvu Department has charge of the Nav.il Establishment and all business connected therewith,
issues Naval Commissions, Instructions and orders, supervises the enlistment and discharge of seamen,
the Marine Corps, the construction of Navy Yards and Docks, the construction and equipment of Vessels,
the purchase of provisions, stores, clothing and ordnance, the conduct of surveys and hydrographlcal
operations.

Secretary of the Interior.

COLUMBUS DELANO, of Ohio.

The Department of the Interior has charge of the survey, management, sales and grants of Public Lands,
the examination of Pension and Bounty Land claims, the management of Indian affairs, the examination
of Inventions and award of Patents, the collection of statistics, the distribution of Seeds, Plants, etc., the
taking of Censuses, the management lof Govertiment mines, the erection .of Public Buildings, and the
construction of wagon roads to the Pacific.

Postmaster-General.

JOHN A. J. CRESWELL, of Maryland.

The Posl-O^ice Department has charge of the Postal System, the establishment and discontinuance of
Post-Offices, appointment of Postmasters, the contracts for carr>ing the malls, the Dead Letter office,
maintains an Inspection to prevent frauds, mall depredations, etc.

Attorney-Greneral.

GEORGE H. WILLIAMS, of Oregon. "^

The Attorney-General is the head of the Department of Jmtice. He is the legal adviser of the President
and heads of departments, examines titles, a|)plicatlons for pardons and Judicial and legal appointments,
conducts and argues suits In which Government Is concerned, etc.



Evening Journal Almanac, 1872,


15




DEPARTMENT OF:




FICERS
It.









State Departmer




Office.


Incumbents.


State from.






Hamilton Flsb




New York.

Rhode Island.
Virginia.
New York.




Assistant Secretary


...




Scconil Assistant Secretary


Wm. Hunter..
Robert S. Che
Theodore W. I






Chief Clerk .'.












Treasur

Secretarv of the Treasury






y Department.

George S Bout^^^oi'


Massachusetts.

Massachusetts.

Maine.

Illinois.

Ohio.

Delaware.

District of Columbia.

New York.

Maryland.

Maine.

Massachusetts.

North Carolina.

Ohio.

Iowa.

Ohio.

Wisconsin.

Massachusetts.

Alabama.

Ohio.

Pennsylvania.

New York.

Nebraska.

Wisconsin.

New York.

Pennsylvania.

Iowa.

Illinois.

Minnesota.

Pennsylvania.






Wm. A. Rlcha
John F. Hartl
J. H. SavlUe .
R. W. Tayler.
Wm. Hemphll
J. M. Brodhea
E. B. Curtis...






Chief Clerk
















Chief Clerk












Chief Clerk








David W. Mai






Chief Clerk






Second Auditor


E. B. French.
C. F. Herring
Allan Rutherfc
A. M. Gangew
S J W Tabor







Chief Clerk






Third Auditor


)r(i




Chief Clerk






Fourth Auditor


"




Chief Clerk


Wm. B. Moore
Henry D. BaiT
J B Mann ..






Fifth Auditor






Chief Clerk






Sixth Auditor


J J Martin




Chief Clerk


J. M. McGrew
Wm. T. Halne
Francis E. Spl
Leroy R. Tutt
Albert U. Wyn
Frank Jones..






Commissioner of Customs


















Cashier


''^'^
















Assistant Register ,


John A. Graha
H. R. Ilulburd
J. Jay Knox ..
John W. Doug

Geo. B. Wllhai
Josiah Given..
Benjamin Pier
A. B. Mullet . .


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Comptroller Currency






Deputv Comptroller






Commissioner Internal Revenue


lass




First Deputy Commissioner Internal Revenue.
Second Deputy Commissioner Internal Revenue
Third Deputy Commissioner Internal Revenue
Superintendent Coast Survey


veet-

ns












Architect












War


Department.








Office.


Incumbents.


Rank.


Entry Into
service.


From.












Iowa.
D. C.
N. Y.
D.C.

Penn.

N.Y.

Penn.

Ohio.

D.C.

Mo.

N.Y.

Me.




Chief Clerk


John
Edmu
Josep
E.D
M. C.
Amos
Jos. K
B.W.
A. A.
Alex.
A. J.]
O.O.]


Potts




July "f.'iais

Sept. 3, 1862

July '\"'\m

July 1, 182(>
July 15, 1840
July 1, 1829
July 1, 1831
July 1, 1837
Sept. 18, 1854
Dec. 21, 1864




Inspector-Greneral


nd Schrlver

\\ Holt


Br. Mul.-Gen.

Colonel

Br. MaJ.-Gen.

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Brlg.-General




Judpe-.'Vdvocate-Generai




Adjutant-General ;

Quartermaster-General


Townsend

Meigs




Commissar v-General


B Eaton




SurKcon-General


Barnes




P.iNTnaster-General


Brlce




Chief of Entjlneers ..


Humphreys




Chief of Ordnance




Chief Signal Officer






Comm'r of Refugees and Freedmen


[loward ..









16



Evening Journal Almanac, 1872.



Navy Department.



Oflacc.



Incumbcnis.



Secretary of the Navy

Chief Clerk

Bureau of Yards and Docts, Chief.

Chief Clerk

Civil Engineer

Bureau of Navigation, Chief.

Chief Clerk

Bureau of Ordnance, Chief.

Chief Clerk

Bureau of Provisions and Clothing, Chief

Chief Clerk ...

Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Chiof

Assistant Chief..

Bureau of Construction and Repairs, Chief

Chief Clerk-
Bureau of Equipment and Recruiting, Chiff

Chief Clerk

Bureau of Steam Engineering, Chief

Chief Clerk

Superintendent of Naval Observatory

Hydrographic Office

Commandant of Marine Corps



George M. Robeson

Holmes E. Oftiey

Com'dore C. R. P. Rodgera

Augustus E. Merrltt

Wm. P. S. Sanger

Capt. Daniel Ammen

Benjamin F. Greene

Commodore A. L. Case

Juhn D. Brandt

Pay Director Edw. T. Dunn

J. F. Denson

Meilical Director J. M.Foltz

Surgeon R. C. Dean

Nav. Cons. Isaiah Hanscom

Hugh A. Gold«borough

Commodore Wm. Reynolds

S. Uenrlques

Chief Engineer J. W. King

W. H.Smith

Rear Adm'l BenJ. F. Sands

Capt. R. H. Wyman

Brig.-Gen. Jacob Zellln.



State from.



New Jersey.
Dist. Columbia.
New Jersey.
Connecticut.
Massachusetts.
Pennsylvania.
liiiw Hampshire
New York.
South Carolina.
Dist. Columbia.
Maine.

Pennsylvania.
New Jersey.
California.
Dist. Columbia.
Pennsylvania.
Sweden.
Pennsylvania.
Wisconsin.
Dist. Columbia.
New Hampshire



Department of the

Secretary of the Interior


J Interior.

Columbus Delano

B. R. Coweii


Ohio.


A<><i«t»nt Sprrptnrv


Ohio.


Clilef Clerk


John S Delano


Ohio.




Willis J Drummond


Iowa.


Chief Clerk


W W Curtis


Illinoi'i.




Charles B Boj'nton


Dist Columbia.




James H. Baker

Vacant




Chief Clerk






Ohio.








Examiner-in-Chief


S. H. Hodges


Vermont.


(\q (Jo w


S C. Fessenden


Maine.




R L B Clarke


Iowa.




Francis A Walker


Massachusetts.


Chief Clerk


H. R. Clum


Now York.




Vacant




Chief Clerk


George D. Harrington


Ohio.






Chief Clerk


Charles Warren ,


New York.







Post-Office Department.



Postmaster-General

Chief Clerk ,

Appointment Office, First Assistant Postmaster-General

Chief Clerk

Contract Office, Second Assistant Postmaster-General ....
Chief Clerk



•John A. J. Crc3well.<

Ebon L. Chiids

James W. Marshall.,

James H. Marr

John H. Routt

John L. French.



* «;niei «^ierK .^imiii ^. r i<.-ii«;ii

Finance Office, Third Assistant Postmaster-General i Wm. H. H. Terrell

Chief Clerk I Wm. M. Ireland



Superintendent of Foreign Mails

Superintendent of Money-Order System

Superintendent of Dead Letter Office

Superintendent of Railway Mail Service

Assistant Superintendent for New York and New England,
Topographer



Joseph H. Blackfan..,.,
Charles F. Macdonald

Charles Lyman

George S. Bangs

RosweJl Hart

W. F. Nlcliolson



Department of Justice.



Attorney-General

Assistant Attorney-General

do do

do do ....

Solicitor-General

Solicitor of the Treasury

Solicitor of Internal Revenue ,

Chief Clerk



George H. Williams-.

Clement H. Hill

Wm. McMlchael

W. H. Smith

B. H. Bristow

B. C. Banfleld

Charles Chesley

A. J. Falls



Marvland.

N. Hampshire.

Maryland.

Maryland.

Illinois.

Ohio.

Indiana.

Pennsylvania.

New Jersey.

Massachusetts.

Vermont.

Illinois.

New York.

Dist. Columbia.



Oregon.

Massachusetts.

Pennsylvania.

Ohio.

Kcntnckv.

New York.

Maryland.



Evening Jouhnal^ jiLM^NAC^ 1872, 17












Department of Agri|Oult^a._ , .






OfHcc.






State from.






Incumbents




Commissioner of Agrlci
Chief Clerk




Frederick
James M.
J. K. Dod
Townsend
Vacant..










Pennsylvania.
Peimsylvanla.
Ohio.
Maryland.

Pennsylvania. ;






Swanli




Statistician - - '• —












ClieniUit ..








Superintendent of Gard

Con.eressional Printer. .
Clilef Clerk




Wm. Saisr


ders










Government Print


ing-Offic

Almon M
Uarry U.


;e.


New York.
New York.




ClaLp,






Diplomatic Oi






Seers.

1




Country.


Names.


Office.


Foreign residence. ^^^'^^




Great Hrltaln


Robert C. Schcnck


Mlnlst
Sec. Lt






Ohio,
Pa.




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M. \Voo«lhull


Asst. Secretary...,
Consul-Geueral ...


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Adam Badeau


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Consul
Vice-C
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Liverpool N.J.

Glasgow Ind.

Belfast 111.

Calcutta Mich,

Melbourne W. Va.

Montreal , N. Y.

St. Petersburg Pa.

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A. C. Lltchfitdd


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Canada ^

lUissla..*


Wm A. JDart


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Andrew G Curtin ..




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La.

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Paris




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Milton M Price




MarseillcH

Madrid






Daniel E. Sicklus

Alvey A, Adee ^

Alfred S.. Duffle ^

A. T. A. Torbert






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Evening Journal Almanac, 1872,



Country.



Italy

do

Papal dominion

Turkey

do

do

do

Egypt

do

Greece ....y

Tangier

Llberl<\

Muscat

M.-ulagascar

Japan

do

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Slam

China

do

do

do

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Hawaiian Islands.,

do do .

Haytl

San Domingo

Mexico

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do

do

do

do

Nicaragua

do

do

Costa Rica

Guatemala

do

Honduras

Salvador

Colombia

do

do

Venezuela .......

do

Ecuador

do

Brazil

do ., ...

do

do

Argentine Rep.

do do .
Paraguay

do

Chill

do

Peru

do

do

Uollvla



Diplomatic Officers— Continued.



Names.



0. M. Spencer

IL Udell Duncan

David M. Armstrong ..

George 11. Boker

John P. Brown

J. H. Goodeiiow

R. Beardsley

G. 11. Butler

Victor B.^^tl»ow ;.......^.

John M. Francis

F. A. Matthews

J. W. Mason

John F.Webb

J. P. Finkel Meier

C. E. De Long



Charles G. Shepard

F. W. Partridge

Frederick F. Low

S. Wells Williams

George F. Seward

Vacant

Milton M. De Lano ....

Henry A. Pierce

Calvin S. Mattoon

E. D. Bivsset

Fisher W. Ames

Thomas H. Nelson

Porter C. Bliss

Henry A. Ba<lham

Julius A. Skilton

Thomas F. Wilson

S. S. Trowbridge

Charles N. Riotte

B. Squire Cotrell

RufuH Mead

Jacob B. Blair '......

S. A. Hudson

Henry Houben

Henrv Baxter

Thomas Biddle

S. A. Hurlbut

Owen M. Long

Chas. Erasmus Perry

Wm. A. Pile

Charles H. Loehr

E. Rumsev Wing

Charles Welle ,



James R. Partridge .,
Richard C. Shannon.,

Datus E. Coon

Joseph W. Stryker. .

Robert C. Kirk

Dexter E. Clapp

John L. Stevens

Vacant

Joseph P. Root

John C. Caldwell

Thomas Settle

H.M. Brent

D. J. Williamson ....
Leopold Markbrelt..



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Sec. Legation

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Foreign residence.



Naples

Rome

Constantinople

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Jerusalem

Alexandria

Cairo

Athens N. Y.

Tangier Cal.

Monrovia Ark.

Zanzibar Mass.

Tamatave N.J.

Yeddo

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Kanagawa N. Y.

Bangkok HI.

Cal.

Mass.
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Ohio.

Me.

Ind.
Cal.



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