Massachusetts 1822 State Senate, Suffolk County
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- Massachusetts 1822 State Senate, Suffolk County
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- John Phillips, Joseph Tilden, Thomas H. Perkins, Lemuel Shaw, Jonathan Hunewell, Henry Dearborn, Benjamin Russell, Thomas L. Winthrop, George Sullivan, Benjamin Whitman, Samuel A. Wells, Samuel Billings, Jacob Hall, Daniel Baxter, William Ingalls, John Brazer, Samuel Hubbard, Samuel L. Knapp, John Wells, Joseph Jenkins, James Lloyd, Henry Orne, Lynde Walter, Daniel Webster, Isaac Winslow, Ebenezer Clough, William Gray, Daniel Sargent, William Sullivan, P. C. Brooks, Benjamin Loring, William Prescott, M. Roulston, John T. Apthorp, Samuel Brown, John Cotton, Warren Dutton, Josiah Quincy, Jonathan Amory, John Brooks, Joseph T. Buckingham, H. Emmons, Gerry Fairbanks, Francis C. Gray, Thomas Melville, D. Messenger, Francis J. Oliver, Thomas H. Parker, Jesse Putnam, Jason Savage, Nathan Tracy, Benjamin Abrahams, James T. Austin, Abraham Babcock, Thomas Badger, Rufus Barrus, George W. Bazin, John Bellows, George Blake, Joseph Bosed, John B. Brown, Joseph Bumstead, George Cabot, Samuel Cobb, Enos Cobb, William P. Codman, George Darracott, H. A. S. Dearborn, A. B. C. Dow, Joshua Eayres, Samuel Frothingham, Henry Gassett, David Hill, Holbrook, Dexter And Co., B. Homer, Jonathan Howard, Thomas Jackson, Thomas K. Jones, John Lepean, Winslow Lewis, Heman Lincoln, Jason Loring, William Minot, Elijah Morse, George W. Otis, Thadius Page, Thomas Paul, Jonathan Phillips, William Plympton, Eleazer Pratt, Benjamin Rand, Benjamin Rich, B. L. Russell, David Sears, John Sears, Enoc Silsby, Jonathan Simonds, Nathan G. Snelling, William D. Sohier, Lewis Tappan, Thomas K. Thomas, J. F. Trueman, Edwin Tuckerman, William Tudor, Quincy Tufts, John C. Watts, Redford Webster, Francis Welch, Benjamin West, S. A. Whitman, Thomas L. Whitman, Benjamin Whittemore, Henry Williams, Benjamin Winthrop
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