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And now, comrades, that the work of the year has been
done, and another will assume the duties, I desire to speak of a
matter in connection with the Department officers. You are well
aware that the calls for the Department Commander are very
numerous, and that the demands upon his time are very great,
and that in travelling over the State he must incur considerable
expense. He is called upon to visit the small Posts as well as
the large, and goes to many places where the Posts would never
be benefited by his visits if compelled to pay his expenses,
because many Posts are not in a condition to do so. He also
attends camp-fires, fairs, etc., where Posts never think of paying
his travelling expenses, though amply able to do so. Many com-
rades think that the expenses of the Department officers are paid
by headquarters. This is a mistake. No expenses, except for
inspection and forming new Posts, are paid by the Department,
and all the visitations made by the Commander and Staff during
the past year, except those mentioned, have not cost the Depart-
ment one cent. I speak of this matter plainly, believing it is
the duty of some retiring Commander to do so ; and I would now
urgently recommend that a sum, not exceeding say three hun-
dred dollars, be appropriated by this Encampment to defray the
actual travelling expenses of the Department Commander when
attending " missionarj'" or other meetings, by which the Depart-
ment is to be benefited. I would further recommend that the
travelling expenses of the Commander and Assistant Adjutant-
General, in attending the National Encampment, be paid by the
Department. It is necessary that those officers should be present
at the National Encampment, and we should pay their travelling
expenses while we are able to do so. If some such course as this
is not adopted the day is coming when but few men can afford to
be Department Commanders ; but I hope the day will never
come, comrades, when the choice of our Department Encamp-
ment for Commander will have to decline because he is too poor
to do the work necessary' for the position.



EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT. 1 G9

The Department officers who will present their reports to
you tonight have taken great pains in their preparation, and
they are full of interest to every comrade who has at heart the
interests of the Grand Army of the Republic.

CONCLUSION.

Comrades, when I accepted the high office to which I was
chosen at the last annual Encampment, 1 was deeply sensible of
the high honor then conferred, and promised that I would be
faithful to the duties imposed upon me, trusting that I would not
disappoint you or forfeit your regard and sympathy. While I
have served you less efficiently than I wished, the evidence is
before you today that I have endeavored to fulfil my promise. I
assure you that I shall take my place in the ranks with as much
pride as when assuming command of the Department, and shall,
as a comrade, labor with the same zeal to promote and advance
the cause so dear to us all.

I earnestly appeal to ever}- comrade of this Encampment to
give the new Commander his hearty and cordial support. Let us
press forward in the good work, ever doing our utmost to bring
into our ranks every worthy soldier and sailor who wore the blue.
AYhile rejoicing that the influence and blessings of our beloved
comradeship has been extended to so man}", I would fain hope
that every soldier who stood side by side in the days of trial and
danger might unite with us now in the perpetuation of those
sacred associations under the banner of Fraternity, Charity and
Loyalty.

In conclusion, mj^ comrades, I thank you again and again for
the honor conferred, for many marks of your confidence and
esteem, and for your generous and hearty support, without which
my efforts would Jiave been futile indeed. It has been my earnest
endeavor to so conduct the affairs of the Department as to reflect
credit upon us all, and while the labors of the year have been
arduous at times, if I have conducted the affairs of our glorious
Department to the satisfaction of my comrades, I am amply
repaid for all that I have done.



REPORT OF ASSISTANT ADJUTANT GENERAL.

Head(juarters Dept. of ]Mass., G.A.R.
Boston, Jan. 20, 1884.

Department Commayider and Comrades: In compliance with
the Rules and Regulations of the Grand x\rmy of the Republic, I
herewith submit my annual report, and as I have prepared several
tabulated reports, I will not take up your valuable time by any
preliminary remarks.



170 HISTORY DEFT. OF MASS., G.A.R.

Nuiiiber of Posts, Dec. 31, 1882 . 148

^ " Comrades reported same date 12,410

" Posts, Dec. 31, 1883 160

" Comrades reported same date 14,393

Total gain during the year of 1,983

The net gain, by quarters, is shown by the quarterly reports
to be as follows, viz. : —

First quarter, ending March 31 512

Second quarter, ending June 30 849

Third quarter, ending Sept. 30 331

Fourth quarter, ending Dec. 31 291

1,983

RECAPITULATION.

Number of comrades in good standing, Dec. 31, 1882 12,410
'' " gained by muster- in . , . 2,372

" " " transfer . . . 243

" " " reinstatement . . 1,768

Total number gained 4,383

Aggregate 16,793

Number of comrades lost by death 169

" " " honorable discharge . 60

" " transfer .... 289

" " " suspension . . . 1,876

" " " dishonorable discharge 6

Total loss 2,400

Excess of gains over losses 1,983

Adding to this the number of charter members of

the two Posts organized last week .... 81

We have a gain of 2,064

I herewith present a detailed report of the changes that have
occurred in each Post the past year.



EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT.



171



CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF THE ASSISTANT ADJUTANT-GENERAL,
FOR THE YEAR ENDING DEC. 31, 1883.



Name of Post.



Wm. Logan Rodman.

Dahlgren

W. H. Bartlctt

U. S. Grant

Gen. Lauiler

P. T. VVyiiian

Chas. Riissell Lowell

E. W. Pierce

Reno

Geo. H. Ward

Abraham Lincoln

H. M. Warren

Fletcher Webster

C.C. Phillips

John A. Andrew

E. K Wilcox

Gen. Sedgwick

Col. Pi'escott

Edwin V. Sumner

II .S. Greenleaf

Kriedrich Hecker....
Maj. E. F. Fletcher. .

Jo:*. Hooker

A . H. R. Sprague ....

IT. II. Legg :....

Thos. G. Stevenson..

Charles Devens

Ge.. I). AVells

F. P. H. Rogers

Wm. H. Smart

Geo W. Perry

Washington

Burbank

Phil. II. Sheridan....

Theo. Winthrop

Francis fiould

F. .\. Stearns

Dexter

Needhani

Hiram G . Berry

Lvon

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John A. Rawlins

G. Wesley Nichols...

Col. Allen

Richard Borden

Major Howe

(ieo. S. Boutwell

A.W. Bartlett

Union. . .

Ezra Batcheller.

A. H. Randall

C. H. Stevens

Capt. C. S. Hastings.

I. D. Panll

Charles Beck

P. Stearns Davis

Reynolds

Msij. .1. A. Pratt





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HISTORY DEPT. OF MASS., G.A.R.



CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF ASST. ADJT.- GENERAL— Co?t(iH?<ed.



Name of Post.



Franklin

Gen. Ijyon

Chas. Ward

Gen. Wadsworth

E. D. Baker

Clara Barton

S. C. Lawrence

Allen

Benj. Stone, Jr

Jos. P. Kice

Geo. A Cnsier

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Theroh E. Hall

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Chas. D. Sanford

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W. L. Baker

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Paul Kevere

J. H. Chipman

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Francis Washburn

Ozro Miller

Hevere

E. W. Hinks

Joe Johnson

E. J. Grigjja

Hei)ry F. IJrvant

W. F Bartlett

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Charles .Sumner

H. v. Walcott

Otis Chapman

Edwin Humphrey

J. <lrson Fiske

O. W. Wallace

S L. INlnrrick

Everett Peabody

Ericsson "

Cai)t. Horace Niles

J. E. Simmons

D.AVillard Robinson...

E. W. Kins'ey

Col. C. R. Mudge

E.S.Clark

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James L. Bates

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174 . HISTORY DEPT. OF MASS., G.A.R.

Of the 160 Posts comprisiDg the Department, 125 have gained
in membership, 7 have the same number as one year ago, and 28
Jiave lost in number.

The Post making the largest per cent in gain is Ericsson
Post No. 109 of East Templeton.

One hundred and sixty-nine comrades have died during the
year, an excess over last year of twenty-four, reminding us that,
as the 3'ears roll by, our ranks are being thinned, and the time
is not far distant when the death rate will exceed the gain. It
seems fitting that a roll should be prepared each year of the
comrades who have been mustered out by death, and I would
recommend that a memorial page for members of the Department
Encampment, and one or more for comrades of Posts, be inserted
in the printed proceedings. I would also suggest to Commanders
of Posts to instruct their Adjutants, in making out their quarterly
reports to Department Headquarters, to insert, under the name
of each comrade lost during the quarter by death, his company,
regiment or ship, as I feel we owe this slight tribute to their
memory.

The increased expenditure for charity also reminds us that,
as our comrades grow older, they become less able to care for
themselves, and the demands upon our Relief Funds will be
greater. It is well for us now, in the time of our prosperity and
strength, to add to these funds by every available and honorable
means.

While the large amount expended for the relief of our dis-
tressed comrades and their families indicates suffering and want,
it is gratifying to know that it is promptly relieved, and that the
charity of the Grand Army of the Republic is not a mere pro-
fession, but a practice.

Two Posts have not sent in theii- reports for the fourth
quarter; basing their number, in good standing, the same as
reported for third quarter, the membership of the Department
would be today 14,505.

Number of rejections during the year, 78.

POSTS.

Fourteen new Posts have been mustered during the year, as
follows, viz. : —

Henry Bryant Post No. 98 of Cohasset; mustered Jan. 12,
1883; charter members, 27. Armstrong Post No. 150 of Mon-
tague; mustered Jan. 12. 1883; charter members, 39. O. H. P.
Sargent Post No. 152 of Essex; mustered Jan. 22, 1883; char-
ter members, 44. Oilman C. Parker Post No. 153 of Winchen-
don ; mustered March 6, 1883; charter members, 51. Wm. H.
Freeman Post No. 129 of Millville ; mustered April 25, 1883;
charter members, 27. Martha Sever Post No. 154 of Kingston;



EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT. 175

mustered May 24, 1883; charter members, 29. Marcus Keep
Post No. 155 of Monson ; mustered May 26, 1883 ; charter mem-
bers, 48. Jas. A. Perkins Post No. 156 of Everett ; mustered
June 14, 1883; charter members, 32. Elbridge B. Piper Post
No. 157 of Walpole ; mustered July 21, 18<S3 ; charter members,
25. Capt. E. T. Dresser Post No. 158 of Housatonic; mus-
tered Aug. 23, 1883; charter members, 26. John A. Hawes
Post No. 159 of East Boston; mustered Sept. 7, 1883; charter
members, 64 ; Alanson Hamilton Post No. 160 of W. Brookfield ;
mustered Sept. 18, 1883 ; charter members, 25. Woburn Post
No. 161 of Woburn ; mustered Jan. 23, 1884; charter members,
45. Manton E. Taft Post No. 162 of Turner's Falls; mustered
Jan. 25, 1884 ; charter members, 36.

Ten of these, with a charter membership of 408, have been
mustered in during jonv administration. Posts 98, 150 and 152
were mustered in during the administration of Past Department
Commander Patch. These Posts are, with one exception, reported
in good condition.

The gain of Posts, by counties, is as follows: — Berkshire,
one; Essex, one; Franklin, two; Hampden, one; Middlesex,
two; Norfolk, two; Plj^mouth, one; Suffolk, one; "Worcester,
three.

I herewith present a tabulated report, giving in detail the
strength of each county, number of each Post, and number of
members, with date of charter : —



176



HISTORY r>EPT. OF MASS., G.A.K.



TABULATED REPORT BY COUNTIES.



BERKSHmE COUNTY.







No. Date of




Post




Mems. Chartei




79,


North Adams,


72, Mar. 20,


1869


125,


Pittsfleld,


120, Mar. 10,


18S2


120,


Adams,


01, June 12,


1870


15S,


Housatonic,


26, Aug. 2.3,


1883




Total — Posts, 4


members, 28.").






BRISTOL


COUNTY.





1, New Bedford,

3, Taunton,
46, Fall River,
52, South Easton,
55, Taunton,

145, Attleboro,

146, New Bedford,
Total — Posts, 7



178, Oct. 14, 1860

161, Jan. 2, 1867

190, Jan. 22, 1868

55, Feb. 29, 1868

10, Feb. 5, 1872

104, June 6, 1871

18, April 27, 1881

members, 716.



HAMl'DEN COUNTY.



ESSEX COUNTY.



5,
34,
39,
45,
47,
49,
50,
67,
82,
89,
90,
95,
99,
100,
101,
106,
108,
114,
118,
122.
128,
151,
152,



Lynn,
Salem,
Lawrence,
Gloucester,
Haverhill,
Newburyport,
Peabody,
Manchester,
Marblehead,
Beverly,
Dauvers,
Saugus,
Andover,
Methuen,
Groveland,
Rockport,
Georgetown,
Merrimac,
Swampscott,
Amesbury,
Ipswich,
West Newbury,
Essex,
Total — Posts, 23



835, Feb.
200, Nov.
321, Dec.
129, Jan.
213, Jan.
243, Feb.
135, April

40, Sept.
167, Mar.
173, June
131, June

43, June

54, April

69, Feb.

40, July

51, Dec.

43, Aug.

57, Dec.

37, Jan.

.■il. Mar.

76, Jan.

lit, Jan.

43, Jan.
; members,



27, 1867
15, 1867
10, 1867
21, 1880

28, 1S68

17, 1868

28, 1879

29, 1868

29, 1880
5, 1869
8, 1869
4, 1869

18, 1881
1, 1877

16, 1869

30, 1881
18, 1869
20, 1869
24, 1870
23, 1870

17, 1882
10, 1874
22, 1883

3,169.



FRANKLIN COUNTY.



17, Orange,
20, Colerain,
84, South Deerfleld,
93, Shelburne Falls,
150, Montague,



Aug. 9, 1867
March 4, 1875
April 17, 1872
June 15, 1869
Jan. 12, 1883



Post.

16, Springfield,
41, Westfield,
71, Holyoke,
103, Chicopee,
107, Palmer,
155, Monson,



No.
Mems.

408,

144,

96,

60,

46,

49,



Ch



Aug.
Jan.
Nov.
Oct.
July
May



Date of
■tc-r.

9, 1867

9, 1868

25, 1868
27, 1879
18, 1881

26, 1883



Total — Posts, 6; members, 803.



H.\MPSHIRE COUNTY.

85, Ware, 32, May 12„1S69

86, Northampton, 109, Aug. 4, 1882
97, Belchertowu, 50, Nov. 23, 1872

147, Amherst, 78, Oct. 31, 1882

Total — Posts, 4 ; members, 269.



MIDDLESEX COUNTY.



Total — Posts, 5 ; members, 20'i



4, Melrose,

6, Holliston,

9, Hudson,
12, Wakefield,
14, Hopkinton,
18, Ashland,

29, Waltham,

30, Cambridge,
33, Woburn,
36, Arlington,
40, Maiden,

42, Lowell,

43, Marlboro,
48, Ayer,

56, Cambridge,

57, E. Cambridge:

62, Newton,

63, Natick,
66, Medford,
75, Stonebam,
81, Watertown,

115, Groton,

119, Lexington,

120, Lowell,

138, Acton,

139, Somerville,
142, Framingham,
148, Winchester,
156, Everett,

Total — I'osts,



51, Feb.

44, March

74, May

187, Aug.

30, July,

34, Aug.

88, Oct.

173, Oct.

01, Nov.

47, May

100, Oct.

297, Jan.

128, Jan.

31, Jan.

91, June

131, June

86, July
107, July

87, Aug.
91, Dec.
38, Dec.
41, July
33,

192, Oct.
56, May
.55, A ug.
37, Nov.
28, May
32, June
29; members.



19, 1867
8, 1867



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