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Chapman, F. E. West.

Post 41. Commander L P>. Wallvley, H. B. Graves, Wm. Provin, J. H.
Br yon.

Post 42. Commander Chas A. R. Dimon, John Welch, () M. Consens,
H G. (). Weymouth, C. A. Stott, John J. Donnelly, A. J

Post 4.'.. Commander W. A. Alley, J. R. McCrillis, W. S. Frost. J. W.

Barnes.
Post 44. Commander Peter Tebo, Sylvester G. Hosnier.
Post 4.5 Commander Sidney Gardner, John McEachin, A. C Andrews,

Benj. F. Cook^ Calvin W. Swift.
Post 4G. Commander John M. Deane, John H. Ahl)ott, A. M. Jackson,

D. II Dyer, Darins Negus, Henry Ogden.
Post 47. Commander Edward B Savage, William H. Johnson, Robert

A. Richardson, D. Smith Kimball, Lorenzo Frost, John P.

Jackson, Paul N. Hale.
Post 48. Commander Charles E. Craig, John H. Sprague.
Post 49. Commander Leroy G Weston, Benjamin Pierce, Luther Car-
ter, Caleb P Davis, Jr., Thomas E. Cutter, George W.

Lattime
Post 50. Commander Thomas A Jackman, Frank E. Farnham, Nicholas

M. Quint, C J. Linnehan
Post 51. Junior Vice-Commander Wilder E. Dean, Josiah C. Converse.
Post 52. Commander George A Lackey.
Post 53. Commander Williard D. Blauchard, Royal M. Flint, Wm. R.

Frisselle.
Po.sT 54. Commander George II. Andrews, John L. Day.
Post 55. Commander George Allen, George H. Nickerson.
Post 50. Commander William H H. HoAve, Horace A. Allyn, George F.

Piper, Edward W Hincks
Post 57. Commander William Volt, J. F. Capelle, M. F. Marks, J.

Gauglian.
Post 58. Commander Benjamin S. Lovell, Isaac H. Walker. Owen L.

Greelish, Austin B. Shaw, Noah F. Vining.
Posr 59. Edward W. Tooml)s.
Post 00 Commander David W. Corson, Oliver H. Ingalls, (ieorge W.

Nason.
Post 01 . Commander John M. Clarke, Frank Underwood, Henry Brandis.
Post 62. Commander .V. T. Sylvester, W. A Wetherbee, E. Bradshaw.
Post 03. Commander A. B. Pierce, S. J. Rollins, D. J. L. Barron, .John

Crawford, II. L. P.ates.
Post 64. Commander William A. Johnson, II. C Ladd, H A. Parmenter.
Post 65. Commander John Thayer, H. M. Converse.
Post 60. Commander iJoijert M. Spinney. S G. Jepson. J. E. Pierce.
Post 67. Commander II. Bingham, Ezra Stanley.
Post 68. Commander B Read Wales, Charles D Stiles, Charles P..

Fox, Henry P. Oakman, Charles D. W. Marcy, Walter E.

Swan.
Po.sT 09. Commander J II. Miller, H. J. Patridge
Post 70. Commander S. C. Spoouer, Samuel E. Hull.
Post 71. Commander Peter J. Gilligan, John Howard Smith, Albert

Loring. Jas. Gage.
Post 72. Commander Thomas Blauchard, Geo. O. Wentworth.
Posr 73. Commander Albert W Hines, Henry B. Peirce, Augustus H.

Wright.



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Commander E. T, Havei, C. H. Chubbuck, C H. French.
Commander S. A Lawrence, John Best, C. B. Carlin.
Commander A. Oliver Brown, James D. Thurber, Charles C.

Doten, James B. Brewster.
Junior Vice-Commander Samuel W. Armington.
Commander Rufus Cass, Andrew C. Brigham, William H.

Gurney.
Commander Lewis F. Amadon, John W. Illingworth, S. J,

Hendley.
Commander David Chase, Frank S. Stone, Wm. M. Blake,

John W. Fairbanks.
Commander S F. Stearns, Geo. E. Teele.
Commander Josepli R. Graves, Francis Boardraan, Benj H.

Blaney, S. S. Preble, Joseph W Collver.
Commander R. C. Waterman, O. F. Whitney
Not represented.

Commander Frank P. Clark, D. Otis Holden.
Commander Malcolm Bridgman, W. C. Pomeroy, Wm. R.

Bartwell, Clias. H Heald, E. H. Wade.
Commander Henry A. Monk, Thomas B. Stoddard
Commander Isaac M. Holt, Francis P Loud, George A.

Ordway.
Commander George A Woodbury, 2d, Fred A. Wallis. John

Hanners, Orange R. Taylor.
Commander Harvey H Pillsbury, Malcolm Sillars, Timothy

D. Crowley, Joseph W. Haynes.
Commander Henry C Williams, H. C. Lindley
Commander Henry P. Kennedy, Homer Rogers.
Commander James F. Hunter, W. W. Carpenter.
Commander John T Pitman, Richmond L. Weston.
Commander James F. Pratt, Chas. H. MansHeld.
Commander F. M. Harrington, G. Frank Dodge.
Commander A. W. Morse, Myron P. Walker, Charles Davis.
Commander E. E. WentAvortii, Daniel B. Lincoln.
Commander George W. Chandler, Peter D. Smith.
Commander John Cairns, John S. Tapley, Joseph Martin.
Commander Isaac C Day, N E. Ladd.
Commander Jedediah Stangman, George A Fletcher.
Commander Charles H. Tracy.
Commander John H. Stodder, Thomas Weston.
Senior Vice-Commander H E. Taylor, Albert Davis.
Calvin W. Pool.

Commander Charles L^pham, John H. Smith.
Commander John Munroe, Hiram N. Harriman, Charles F.

Winch.
George A Brooks.

Commander H. C Alden, H, A. Drake
Commander Silvanus Shedd, Albion Hatch.
Commander John H. Prouty.
Commander Austin C. Wellington, Albert W. Hersey, Wm.

K. Millar
Commander M. P. Brew, Wm. H. Blogett.
Commander George H Balcom, Charles Blood.
Commander John D Edged, G. W. Clifford
Commander N. Frank Harding.
Commander John I. Adams, Peleg Gardner.
Commander George D. Harrington. A. A. Sherman
Commander Herbert M. Jacob.s, Wm A. Fifleld, W. W. Tuttle,
Geo. W. Huntoon, L. A French, Erastus Newton.



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Commander Stephen H. Reynolds, O. W. Manuel, E. S.
Churchill, Geo G Bailey, Jr.

Commander Charles Goss, L. Frank Currier.

Commander Charles E. Taft, George E. Ball, Charles 0. West.

Commander Peregrine W. Poole, George R. Dyer. Bl-

Commander Robert B. Dickie. Louis B. Simons,* Henry S.
Briggs, Charles W. Whelden, Chester B. Scudder, Lyman
E. Field.

John McKibbon.

Commander Josiah G. Cook, Nathaniel T. Howland.

Commander Henry P Boynton, Thomas F. Ellsworth, Nathan-
iel Shatswell

Commander Americus Welch.

AVm. A. Spencer

Commander Henry Bisco, Dana F. Dutton.

Commander AVilliam C. Giflbrd, John H Stevens.

Edward P Davis

Commander Isaac S. Mullen, Samuel A. Valentine.

Commander Joseph R. Loring, Felix Secord

Commander Charles R. Bartlett, David F. Smith.

Commander Henry Hutchins, N. H. Jones.

Commander Samuel A. Guilford, D. H Hall.

Commander Walter Win ward, J. F. Davlin, X. F. Caswell

A. J. Nye.

Commander Charles H. Packard, Henry N. Conden.

Commander Henry F. Winch, George Reede

Commander Edward B. Richardson,' Chas. E. Hapgood.

Commander Henry W. Weeks, Augustus F. Cnmmings,
George H Haggett, William J. Hargraves. "

Commander E. D. Guild, E. S Horton, R J. Bell.

Commander Geo. T. Fisher, Charles H. Harrison.

Commander H. M. McCloud, A. W. Hall, E G. Thayer

John T. Wilson.

Commander J. W. Leavett, Charles S. Stone.

Commander G. N. Watson, Jason Mann.

Not represented.

Commander James B. Kimble, Frederic C. Shaller.

Commander Andrew Riley, Edward Gedding.

Commander George E. Owens, James H. Thompson.

Not represented.

Commander Chas. H. Spencer.

Commander Samuel L. Gilman.

Not represented.

Commander Wm. F. Hayes, Flavel Shurtleff, Joseph Rossiter,
Lewis J. N. Hurie

Commander J. G. Warren, W. H Ball.

Commander J. Fred. Leslie, E. F. Wyer.

Commander IJalph L Atherton, Geo "P. Holden.

Commander Edward F. Phinney, J A. Merriam.

Not represented.

Commander John W Tower, Lawrence Bradford.

Commander (). T. Wliite, Justin Lyman.

Commander Phineas Buckley.

Commander (ieorge W. Corey, E. L. Chapin.

Commander William Taylor, Albert G. Webb.

Commander George P. Chapin, Francis Drake.

Not represented.

Commander .\. Eames.

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Coniiuauder George Pierce, C. R. Lowell.

Commander John E. Farnsworth, H M Nash.

Commander Edward Pease, Charles B. Ma^yden.

Commander Henry N. Horton, Thomas (4 Moat.

Senior Vice-Commander Ephraim Palmer, O. W. Rice.

Commander B. F Broolcs.

Commander Calelj II Wheeler, Edward F. Phelps.

Commander George Adams, Boman Moss.

Commander Amasa (iray, Thomas A. Francis.

Commander Clias. Chnrch, David M. Donaldson.

Commander J W. Bride, M. M. Stone

Commander Charles H. Richardson, George E. Pinlcham,
Jared P. Maxtield, Edward W. Thompson. Franl< B. Pea-
body, Josiah Hamilton.

Commander John D. Billings



The next business was the reports of the Department Offi-
cers, commencing with the address of the Department Com-
mander, Richard F. Tobin, as follows : —



TWENTY-l-IRST ANNUAL ENCAMJ'MENT. 443

ADDRESS OF
DEPARTMENT COMMANDER RICHARD F. TOBIN.

Comrades: I extend to 3^011 a cordial and fraternal greeting,
and bid yon a hearty welcome to tins, the Twenty- first Annual
Encampment of tlie Department of Massachusetts, Grand Army
of the Republic. Another march in our yearly campaign is
ended, and once more we halt for roll-call and review. It
becomes my duty to render an account to you of my stewardship,
and to return to you the trust, which by a unanimous vote of the
last P^ncampment was confided to my charge.

MEMl'-KHSHIP.

At the beginning of my administration, the oMIcial report of
my immediate predecessor. Commander John W. Hersey, showed
that on the olst of December, this Department numbered 182
Posts, having a membership of 17,965 comrades in good stand-
ing, which, with the suspended membership of .S26 comrades, for
the final quarter added, made the full strength of the Department
18,791 comrades.

On the 31st of December, l.syc, there were 185 Posts, and
19,496 meml)ers in good standing, to which add 640 reported as
suspended on the above date, making a total membership of
20,137 comrades, which figures show a net gain for the year, in
good standing, of 1,532 comrades. Since the above was in type
an additional Post has been added, John A. Logan Post No. 186,
located in Cambridge, with 55 charter members.

The field in which new Posts might be organized having
been so thoroughly canvassed by Past Department Commanders
Billings and Hersey, it could hardly have been expected that
there would have been left to my administration a possible hope
for the organization of new Posts. In this, however, I was
agreeably disappointed, as two Posts have been organized in the
past year, Sergeant Plunkett Post 184, located at^\shburnham,
and Ladd and Whitney Post 1«5, located at Lowell. Post 184
is named after that lionored comrade who was so seriously
wounded by the loss of both arms, while bearing aloft the banner
of our Republic at Fredericksburg, and the latter. Post 185,
taking the names of two of the three comrades whose blood first
stained the soil of Maryland, April 19, 1861. This Post, I am
pleased to say, organized with the largest number of charter
members of any Post in the Department, it having 218 names
upon its charter. Many of the comrades of this Post were trans-
ferred from Post 42, but the larger part of them were new mem-
bers of the Grand Army of the Republic.



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



NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT.

The session of thai body at San Francisco last August
brought together a very large assemblage of veterans, from all
parts of the Union, thus crossing the continent in the perform-
ance of duties assigned the delegates by their several Depart-
ments. This Department, I am happy to say, was represented
by the Department Commander, the Assistant Adjutant-General,
and by every delegate elected at the last Encampment, except
two, who were unavoidably absent on account of sickness, their
places being filled by their alternates. There were present at
the Encampment, I am further pleased to state, Past Commander-
in-Chief Merrill, and Past Department Commanders Sargent,
Adams, Creasey, Evans, Patch, Billings and Hersey, and the
member of the National Council of Administration representing
this Department, Comrade Henry B. Pierce. There were also
present Assistant Quartermaster-General John H. O'Donnell, and
about two hundred other members of this Department. The
parade of the veterans on August 3 was a magnificent and impos-
ing display. Massachusetts was assigned to the Fourth Division,
and the soldierly bearing of the comrades reflected credit on this
Department. The cheers received throughout the route caused
all of us to feel a commendable degree of pride that we hailed
from the old Bay State. The line of march tested fully the
enduring qualities of the boys that formed that long line of blue
from '(')! to 'G5 ; but the hearty welcome which greeted them
everywhere caused them to forget the distance and length of
march until the parade was ended and the line dismissed. The
hospitality of the Californians and the comrades of the Pacific
Slope was generously and graciously bestowed upon the comrades
and friends from all quarters of the Republic.

I will not trespass upon your time by referring at length
to the work of the National JCncampment. But I am obliged to
refer to two matters, which your representatives were directed to
bring before the National Encampment, and endeavor to secure :
first, the passage of the Service Pension Bill ; second, an amend-
ment of the Rules and Regulations, which would unseat Past
Department Commanders in the National Encampments. In con-
nection with the Service Pension Bill, comrades, I desire to say
that the representatives to the National Encampment had but one
alternative, — either obey the orders of the Encampment by
which they were elected, or remain at home and let comrades go
whose loyalty to the Order and obedience to its Encampment
would be unquestionable.

On both of these questions it will be remembered that the
representatives received specific instructions, and any violation
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TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT. 445

of less importance comrades have received court-martial. The
Encampment devoted but one hour to the proposed pension meas-
ure, the most important question, in my opinion, before the
Elncampment, — important to the rank and file, the bone and
sinew, of the Grand Army of the Republic — and that, too, at a
time when the members of the Encampment were anxious to go
sight-seeing, rather than endeavoring to secure a passage of the
bill, which, if successful, would give material aid to hundreds
and thousands of deserving comrades, when it is stated that nine
thousand brave and heroic defenders of the Union are now lin-
gering out their existence in the poorhouses of this country I

1 am heartily in favor of the passage of this bill by the
Congress of the United States, not as an act of charity, but as a
sacred obligation, to stand by these defenders of the Union, who
risked their lives that the nation might live. I would respectfully
recommend that this Elncampment instruct its representatives to
the next National Encampment to work and vote for the so-called
Service Pension Bill.

On the question of amending tlie Rules and Regulations to
unseat Past Department Commanders in National Encampments,
1 desire to say that this question met with a very decided oppo-
sition by Past Department Commanders, as well as a general
sentiment of opposition by various Departments represented in
the Encampment.

Notwithstanding an earnest effort by your representatives to
secure the adoption of the proposed amendment, it was finally
defeated. I would respectfully recommend that your representa-
tives to the next Encampment be instructed to secure, if possi-
ble, the amendment to the Rules and Regulations, which will
unseat Past Department Commanders from life membership in
National P^ucampments, unless they are regularly elected rep-
resentatives.

I respectfully renew the recommendation of mv predecessors,
that the sum of $300 be appropriated by this Encampment to pay
the travelling expenses of the Department Commander when on
official duty; and also of the Senior and Junior Vice-Com-
manders, when acting in his stead; and I also recommend that,
when either of these officers are absent from home on otficial
duty, as above specified, it becomes necessary for them to seek
hotel accommodations, the Department shall pay such bills ; but
in no case shall the total expenditures of the j'ear for such pur-
poses exceed the sum of S300, and that all bills so contracted
shall be subject to the approval of the Council of Adminis-
tration.

1 furthei- respectfully recommend that the expenses of the
Department Commander and Assistant Adjutant-General to the
National Encampment be paid by the Department ; and also that



446 HISTORY DEFT. OF MASS., G.A.K.

the sum of $200 be appropriated for extra clerk hire to assist the
Assistant Adjutant-General in the clerical work of his office.

woman's REl.IEl' COHPS.

It has been my pleasure during the past year to meet the
officers of the Woman's Relief Corps, both State and National.
This patriotic auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic is
entitled to our esteem, respect, confidence and protection, aod
wherever practicable, I would respectfully recommend that Corps,
auxiliary to the Grand Arm}' of the Republic, be instituted, as
great good must result from such united action, and mutual con-
fidence in each other must naturally establish a patriotic zeal, and
each will stimulate the other in its fraternal charity for the needy
wards of our grand organization. Our gratitude should go forth
to encourage the nol)le women in their efforts to smooth the paths
of those who have few other earthly helpers. I commend to the
protection of this Department of the Grand Army of the Republic
this noble band of loj'al women, who, as mothers, sisters, daugh-
ters and wives of our comrades, are so faithfully and earnestly
fulfilling their mission of fraternal charity.

MEJIOIUAL DAV.

Memorial Day was strictly and reverently observed through-
out this entire Department, and nowhere in our Commonwealth
was the grave of a departed comrade neglected by the want of
the usual floral offering, where such a grave was known to any
Post of the Grand Army of the Republic. The long and honora-
ble record of this Department in the past justifies the belief that
at no time in the future shall there be a grave unmarked at least
by the miniature flag, until the last surviving comrade of the
Grand Army of the Republic shall stand upon the crumbling
verge of time.

This Department was requested by U. S. Grant Post 327 of
Brooklyn, N.Y., to forward a floral offering, to be placed at the
tomb of our departed Commander and comrade, I'. S. Grant, and
that this Department be represented by Department officers in the
services of Memorial Day. The Commander of this Department,
believing that Massachusetts should be second to none other in
the floral tribute, started a subscription paper with the following
heading : —

"We, the undersigned, representing the Department and
Government of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, desirous
that the Grand Army of the Republic, Department of Massachu-
setts, may be represented at the tomb of their great Commander,
Gen. U. S. Grant, and that they may fittingly offer their tribute
of affection to his memory on Memorial Day, May 30, 18H6, sub-



TWENTY-FIHST ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT. 447

scribe the sum of one dollar each, to be devoted to that patriotic
object, in such manner as may be deemed appropriate."

This subscription paper your Commander circulated in the
State House only, and when a sufficient amount was received, a
rtoral design, representino- the coat-of-arins of Massachusetts,
0x6 feet, was purchased of Dee Brothers, the well-known florists
of Boston, both of whom are comrades of the Grand Army of
the Republic. The State being also requested to send flowers,
his Excellency the Governor asked me if I did not think one
piece would answer to represent both the State and the Depart-
ment of Massachusetts, Grand Army of the Republic. I replied
that it would. He therefore detailed Adjutant-General Dalton
and Col. M. P. Walker, of his Staff, to represent the State,
while your Commander and Assistant (^lartermaster-General
John H. O'Donnell represented the Department. The occasion
w^as one long to be remembered by those who witnessed the first
memorial service at the tomb of Gen. U. S. Grant.

soldiers' home.

I shall occupy but a few moments of your time in referring
to this Home, which is second to none other in the country. The
report of the trustees will furnish you with all the information
necessary in relation to the Home, its inmates and general man-
agement. Day by day we read of bequests to various charitable
and educational institutions, — even the Society for the Preven-
tion of Cruelty to Animals has not been forgotten, — but I have
yet to learn of a single bequest to the Soldiers' Home, since it
was established by this Department. The Board of Trustees ai-e
deserving of and should receive the warmest gratitude of this
Department for their untiring energy and zeal in providing for
the welfare and comfort of those of our comrades whose misfor-
tune it is to be obliged to seek shelter in a Soldiers' Home.

veterans' rights lnion and employment bureau.

It will be remembered that the last Encampment indorsed
the reconunendation of the National Encampment at Portland,
and appointed a committee of seven to act with your Council of
Administration, and proceed to organize the Veterans' Rights
Union and P^mployment Bureau, under the auspices of the
Department of Massachusetts, Grand Army of the Republic. In
accordance with instructions of the last Encampment, a constitu-
tion and by-laws were framed, and a convention of two delegates
from each Post in the Department was convened September 8, at
John A. Andrew Hall, and the organization completed by the
election of officers. I am pleased to say to the p:ncampment that
it is now under full headway, and doing a good work, which nee-



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

essarily means the expenditure of money. The Board of Con-
trol issued a circular to the various Posts, asking for voluntary
contribution, favorable responses to which being somewhat slow
in forthcoming, the Council of Administration appropriated live
hundred dollars to defray the legitimate running expenses until
the meeting of this Encampment, when it was hoped that the
means for its future would be provided for.

The objects and purposes of this association, which look to
the enforcement of Section 1754 and 1755 of the Revised Stat-
utes of the United States, are well known to the comrades of the
P^ncampment. The following are the sections referred to: —

Section 1754. Persons lionorably discliarsied from the military or
naval service by reason of disability resulting from Avounds or sickness
incurred in the line of duty, shall be preferred for appointments to civil
offices, provided they are found to possess the business capacity neces-
sary for the proper discharge of the duties of such offices.

Section 1755. In grateful recognition of the services, sacrifices
and sufterings of persons honorably discharged from the military and
naval service of the country by reason of wounds, disease, or the expira-
tion of terms of enlistment, it is respectfully recommended to bankers,
merchants, manufacturers, mechanics, farmers, and persons engaged iu
industrial pursuits, to give them preference for appointments to remun-
erative situations and employments.

Section 3 of Chapter CCLXXXVII., Laws of 1H7G, is in
part as follows:

Provided^ That in making any reduction of force iu any of the
executive departments, the head of such department shall retain those
persons who may be equally qualified, who have been honorably dis-



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