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27, 1867
16, 1867
1882
12, 1867
21, 1867
23, 1867

6, 1867
26, 1881

1, 1873
15, 1868
15, 1868
18, 1868
26, 1868

29, 1868
21, 1868
23, 1880
21, 1868
15, 1809
20, 1871

30, 1874

26, 1881
2, 1883
18, 1870
29, 1870
22, 1872
14, 1883
2,470.



EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT.



177



TABULATED REPORT BY COV^TIES— Continued.





NORFOLK


COUNTY.






Post


No.


Date


f


















Jlems


Charter.






No.


DatP nf














Pos


.


Memt


Cb


arte


!■■


92


, Brighton,


51,


Nov.


12


1873


58,


Weymouth,


209,


July


2


18C8


113


Boston,


81,


Dec.


18


1869


GO,


Franklin,


.15,


May


16


1881


134


Boston,


37,


June


29


1870


1^-.


Stoughton,


51,


Nov.


13


1868


149


Charlestown,


44,


Dec.


11


1872


ST,


Braintree,


59,


June


2


1869


159


East Boston,


79,


Sept.


7


1883


ss.


Quincy,


85,


June


4


1869




Total — Posts, 15


members, 2,06


'.


91,


Foxboro,


29,


June


12


1869














94,


Canton,


60,


June


24


1869




WORCESTER COUNTY.






98,


Cohasset,


28,


Jan.


12


1883


10


Worcester,


518,


April


13


1867


102,


Milton,


51,


April


3


1879


19


Fltchburg,


215,


Aug.


16


1867


110,


Randolph,


45,


Oct.


29


1869


22


Milford,


98,


Sept.


19


1867


117,


Medlield,


-'^,


Jan.


3


1870


24


Grafton,


53,


Sept.


25


1867


121,


Hyde Park,


131,


Mar.


22


1870


25


Uxbridge,


30,


Sept.


30


1867


130,


Med way,


30,


Mar.


18


1882


27


Oxford,


i'.


Nov.


12


1870


133,


Plainville,


33,


May


23


1882


28


West Boylston,


38,


Oct.


12


1867


143,


Brookline,


44,


Jan.


24


1871


37


Spencer,


108,


Nov.


20


1867


144,


Dedham,


08,


May


22


1871


38


Brookfield,


39,


Nov.


27


1867


157,


"Walpole,


27


July


21


1883


44


Southboro,


33,


May


17


1878




Total— Posts, 17


; members.


l,0t


"•


51


N. Brooktleld,


63,


Feb.


28


1S6S














53


Leominster,


104,


June


13


1868




PLYMOUTH COUNTY.






54


Berlin,


22


June




ISGS


S,


Middleboro,


64,


Mar.


10


1867


59


Sterling,


24,


July


3


1868


13,


Brockton,


113,


July


1


1867


61


Webster,


90,


July


21


1868


31,


Scituate,


59,


July


15


1875


64


Clinton,


86,


Aug.


17


1868


73,


Abington,


100,


Dec.


23


1868


65


Warren,


47,


Aug.


21


1868


"4,


Rockland,


101,


Jan.


11


1869


69


Westminster,


30,


Nov.


9


1866


76,


Plymouth,


110,


Jan.


19


1869


70


Millbury,


.59,


Aug.


3


1876


. 'S,


So. Abington,


113,


Jan.


30


1869


77


Holden,


-24,


Jan.


19


1869


S3,


Hanover,


31,


April


29


1869


80


Westboro,


87,


June


IS


1881


104,


Hiugham,


04,


July


29


1869


96


Northboro,


27,


June


28


1869


111,


Pembroke,


38,


Oct.


29


1S69


105


Upton,


37,


July


15


1881


112,


South Scituate,


27,


Nov.


1


1869


109


Templeton,


32,


Oct.


11


1869


124,


E. Bridgewater


20,


June


7


1870


116


Gardner,


55,


Dec.


30


1869


127,


Hanson,


29,


June


11


1870


123


Athol,


77.


June


1


1870


154,


Kingston,


30,


Jlay


24


1883


129


Millville,


27


April


25


1883




Total — Posts, 14


members.


899




131


Leicester,


49,


June


21


1870














135


Shrewsbury,


23,


Dec.


30


1873




SUFFOLK


COUNTY.






136


Rutland,


23,


July


1


1870


._>_


South Boston,


166,


Feb.


26


1880


137


East Douglas,


42,


Sept.


21


1882


■;[


Boston,


218,


Mar.


11


1867


140


Athol,


77


Feb.


22


1881


11,


Charlestown,


117,


April


23


1867


153


Winchendon,


50,


Mar.


6


1883


15,


Boston,


284,


Aug.


6


1867


160


W. Brookfield,


26,


Sept.


18


1883


•-'1,


Boston,


64,


Feb.


22


1881




Total — Posts, 34


; members,


2,3"


0.


23,


East Boston,


99,


Sept.


17


1807














26,


Roxliury,


118,


Oct.


1


1867




BARNSTABLE COUNTY






32,


South Boston,


Tl,


Nov.


6


1867


132


Sandwich,


37,


Feb.


24


1882


35,


Chelsea,


409,


Nov.


16


1867


141


Harwich,


44,


Mar.


15


1882


68,


Dorchester,


229,


Oct.


8


1868




Total — Posts, 2


; members,


81.





12



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



REPORTS.

In General Orders, No. 7, I called the attention of Post
Commanders to the necessity of carefully examining the reports
of the Adjutant and Quartermaster before forwarding them to
Department Headquarters, as much valuable time is lost in being
obliged to return them for correction. I am happy to say great
improvement has been made in this respect, as I have had very
.few reports to return the last quarter, and I trust the newly
elected Commanders will give this matter their attention, and
would suggest that Adjutants of Posts require their Sergeant-
Majors to take charge of all applications for membership after
they have been acted upon, and on the night the applicants are
mustered, he make the proper entry in the descriptive book, also
enter them on the blank for quarterly report, so that when the
last meeting in the quarter has closed, the recapitulation can be
made, and reports forwarded without delay.

HEADQUARTERS.

The work devolving upon the Assistant Adjutant-General of
a Department as large and well conducted as ours is much greater
than most comrades realize ; the addition of new Posts and the
many changes made by the election of new Post Commanders
each year necessarily increases it. Many questions arise, new,
no doubt, to those who send them to headquarters for answer,
yet in almost every case these questions are answered in the Rules
and Regulations or the Manual. Many calls are made upon him
to attend camp-tires or open fairs, which would afford him much
pleasure, but he is obliged to decline. From my one year's expe-
rience, I assure you the Assistant Adjutant-General, in order to
properly discharge his duties, requires all his time, for the work
at headquarters should not be slighted or allowed to accumulate.
The amount of business transacted has averaged with past j'ears.
The correspondence has been somewhat larger, and to conduct
this correspondence has required 2,500 letterheads, 2,100 postal
cards and $113 worth of postage stamps. All letters received
have been filed, numbered and indexed. There have been issued
during the year thirteen General Orders, 126 Special Orders and
six circulars.

To Comrade Fellows, the Assistant Quartermaster-General,
I am greatly indebted for valuable suggestions. From the day of
his appointment, he has been almost a daily visitor in the office,
discharging his duties in an intelligent and cheerful manner,
thereby greatly assisting me in my labors. I trust the friendship
formed in our official life will continue to the end of time. In
closing, I return my thanks to the officers of Posts and comrades
for the courfesy they have shown me in my official relations with



EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT. 179

them, and to the Department Commander and the members of his
Staff for the assistance given me in the discharge of my duties.
I cannot close, Commander, without publicly thanking you for
your uniform and unselfish kindness during the past year. Your
cheerful compliance in filling all the engagements I have made
for you gave testimony not only of your interest in my work, but
proved your devotion to our Order. I thank you for the confi-
dence reposed in me, and trust our friendship will be lasting, and
that your life-work may be as successful as your G.A.R. woi'k
has been the past year.

I have the honor to be yours in F., C. and L.,

A. C. MONROE,
Assistant Adjutant- General.

The Assistant Adjutant General read the following tele-
gram : —

Trentox, N.J., Jan. 30, 1884.

George S. Evans, Commander Dept. of Jla-^s. G.A.B.,
Boston.
New Jersey sends greetuig to Grand Army comrades of your State

GEO B FIELDER,

Commander Department Xeic Jersey.

The following letter was received shortly after the Conven-
tion of 1883, in response to a communication from Past Depart-
ment Commander Geo. H. Patch : —

Helena, Mont , Feb. 2, 1883.

Geo. S. Evans, Esq., Commander Dept. Mass., G.A.B.

31>j Dear Department Commander : With my cordial and sincere con-
gratulations upon your flattering election as Commander of our Depart-
ment of the Grand Army of the Republic, I beg leave to thank, through
you, my friends and comrades, delegates of the late brilliant Encamp-
ment, for the very kind sentiments expressed in the resolutions proposed
by the retiring Commander and unanimously adopted.

Sincerely, gratefully, tenderly, I reciprocate their good Avishes; and
I shall never forget that we, soldiers, are bouud together by the strong-
est ties that exist among men.

Faithfully yours in F., C. and L.,

HORACE BINNEY SARGENT,

Past Department Commander.



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1,070


70


1,117


84


541


17


1,856


65


143


07



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



KEPORT OF ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL.

Headquarters Dept. of Mass., G.A.R. ,
Boston, Jan. 30, 1884.

A. C. Monroe, Assistant Adjutant-General.

Comrade : In compliance with the requirements of our Order
I herewith submit my report of the doings of the Assistant
Quartermaster-General's Department from Feb. 1, 1883, to
Jan. 30, 1884 : —

receipts.

1883. Dr.

Cash on hand as per last report $683 71

Received for dues first quarter, 1883 "

" " second quarter, 1883 .

" " third quarter, 1883 . .

" fourth quarter, 1883 . .

" " books and blanks ....

" " badges

" " sundries

Total receipts $6,434 47

EXPENDITURES.

Paid National Headquarters, supplies .... $1,520 75

" " dues 404 43

rent and care of office 404 30

salaries 1.148 82

inspection expenses

printing

sundries (postage stamps and cards, tele-
grams, express and office expenses)

organizing new Posts

testimonial to Commander Meech ....
fitting up Department Headquarters . . .

Total expenditures

Balance to new account

Vouchers cover the expenses.

Supplementary Report from Jan. 1 to Jan. 30, 1884.

receipts.

1884. Dr.

Cash on hand as per last report $1,359 69

Received for dues 1,149 76

" " books and blanlvs 83 51

" badges 174 60

" " sundries 30 60

Total receipts $2,798 16

Carried forward $2,798 16



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$1,359


69



EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT. 181

Brought forward $2,798 IG

EXPENDITURES.

Paid National Headquarters, supplies .... $160 10

" " " dues Uo 98

" rent and care of office 103 OS

" salaries 151 ig

" inspection expenses 312 7-1

" printing 71 44

" sundries 41 20

" stove, etc., for headquarters 37 50

" organizing new Posts 24 63

Total expenditures $1,053 85

Balance to ncAv account $1,741 31

ASSETS.

Cash on hand $1,744 31

Value of supplies on hand 382 18

Due from Posts for supplies sent C.O.D. ... 54 10

Office furniture 400 00

Colors 30 00

Total assets $2,610 59

AND NO LIABILITIES.

The financial condition of the Department is more satisfac-
tory than it has been for several j-ears, owing largely to the
system, established two years ago, requiring supplies to Posts to
be paid for on delivery, and the Posts being more prompt in their
remittance of dues. For several years prior to 1881 the Depart-
ment was in debt, owing to the delinquency in the payment for
supplies and dues by Posts. The present condition of our finan-
cial affairs is certainly most gratifying.

The present headquarters of this Department is better
adapted for the purpose than any before used by this Depart-
ment. Easy of access and centrally located near cars running to
every railroad depot, its convenience is appreciated by all com-
rades.

I take this opportunity to sincerely thank the Assistant
Adjutant-General for the able assistance and courteous treatment
I have always received at his hands, also, to all other comrades
with whom I have come in contact.

Respectfully submitted in F., C. and L.,

C. 0. FELLOWS,
Assistant Quartermaster -General .

The following table shows supplies furnished by Department
Headquarters : —



182



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



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EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT. 183



EEPORT OF INSPECTOR.

Headquarters Dept. of Mass., G.A.R.,
Boston, Dec. 31, 1883.

Alfred C. Monroe, Assistant Adjutant- General.

Comrade : I have the honor herewith to submit the report iu
duplicate of the inspection of the Posts of this Department for
the year ending Sept. 30, 1883.

The Department at this time numbers 160 Posts. New Posts
have been organized during the year as follows: 98, Cohasset ;
150, Montague; 152, Essex; 153, Winchendon ; 129, Millville ;
154, Kingston; 155, Monson ; 156, Everett; 157, Walpole ;
158, Housatonic; 159, East Boston ; 160, West Brookfield.

Of the 160 Posts in the Department it is a pleasure for me
to report that ail have been inspected.

The 160 Posts inspected report 13,896 comrades in good
standing, a gain of 1,608 over the Inspector's report of last year.

Two Posts number over 500 comrades ; Post 5 of Lynn, 830 ;
Post 10 of Worcester, 511 ; one Post numbers over 400 ; Post 35
of Chelsea, 402 ; two Posts number between 300 and 400 ; Post 16
of Springfield, 394 ; Post 39 of Lawrence, 320 ; ten Posts num-
ber between 200 and 300, namely: Posts 7 and 15 of Boston, 19
of Fitchburg, 34 of Salem, 42 of Lowell, 47 of Haverhill, 49 of
Newburyport, 58 of Weymouth, and 68 of Dorchester; nine
Posts number between 150 and 200; twenty Posts number
between 100 and 150; nineteen Posts number between 75 and
100; twenty-nine Posts number between 50 and 75; fifty-eight
Posts number between 25 and 50 ; eight Posts number between
20 and 25 ; two Posts are reported with less than 20 comrades.

Forty-six Posts are reported iu excellent condition, 78 in
good condition, 26 in fair condition, and 9 iu poor condition.

One hundred and thirty-three Posts report 992 muskets owned
by them; 26 report having no muskets.

The work of the Ritual is committed to memory or

properly performed in . . 92 Posts

The officers and guards are uniformed and equipped iu 113 "

Comrades are uniformed and equipped in .... 88 "

Officers are regular in attendance in 146 "

Comrades are regular iu attendance in 127 "

They exhil)it an interest in the Post in 142 "

The records are complete and well kept in . . . .154 "

Orders are received and regularly read iu .... 158 "

They are duly obeyed in 158 "

Orders from "headquarters are missing iu .... 8 "

All reports and dues have been forwarded from . .159 "



184



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



Annual Report of the Inspector of the Department of



Name of Post.



Wm. Logan Rodman.

Dahlgren

vv. H. Bartlett

U. S. Grant

General Lander

P. T. Wyman

Chas. Russell Lowell,

E. W. Peirce

Reno

George H. Ward

Abraham Lincoln

H. M. Warren

Fletcher Webster

C. C. Phillips

John A. Andrew

E. K. Wilcox

General Sedgwick

Col. Prescott

Edwin V. Sumner

H. S. Green leaf

Friedrich Hecker

Maj. E. F. Fletcher..

Joseph Hooker

A. B. R. Sprague.. ..

H. H. Legge

Thos. G. Stevenson . .

Chas. Devens

Geo. D. Wells

F. P. H. Rogers

Wm. H. Smart

Geo. W. Perry

Washinston

Burbank

Phil. n. Sheridan...,
Theodore Winthrop.

Francis Gould

F. A. Stearns

Dexter

Needham

Hiram G. Berry

Lvon

B^ F. Butler

I John A. Rawlins

G.Wesley Nichols...

Col. Allen

Richard Borden

Major Howe

Geo. S. Bo\itwell

A. W. Bartlett

Union

Ez!-a Batcheller

A. B. Randall

Chas. H. Stevens

Capt. C. S. Hastings

I. D. Paull

Charles Beck

P. Stearns Davis

Reynolds

Maj. J. A. Pratt

Franklin





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