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NEW HAMPSHIRE EARLY STATE PAPERS.

STATE OFFICERS, 1787-88.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.

JOHN SULLIVAN, Durham, President.

Council.

JOSEPH GILMAN, Exeter, Rockingham, > Chosen from EBENEZER THOMPSON, Durham, Strafford, } the Senate. DANIEL EMERSON,1 Hollis, Hillsborough,

Chosen from

the House of MOSES CHASE, Cornish, Cheshire,

RepresentaJOHN PICKERING, Portsmouth, Rockingham,2 tives. JOSEPH PEARSON, Exeter, Secretary of State.

Deputy Secretary. JOHN TAYLOR GILMAN, Exeter, Slate Treasurer. ROYAL FLINT,3

Commissioner for Setlling Continental Accounts. NATHANIEL GILMAN, Exeter, Continental Loan Officer. ELEAZER RUSSELL, Portsmouth, Naval Officer. JOSEPH WHIPPLE, Portsmouth, Collector of the Impost. JEREMIAH LIBBY, Portsmouth, Postmaster and

Keeper of the Magazine at Portsmouth. i History of Hollis, S. T. Worcester, 184. 2 In the choice of councillors it was customary to give one to each county. In 1786 and 1787, however, Rockingham had two, and Grafton none. 3 Mr. Flint was the successor of Stephen Gorham. The residence of the former is not given in the New Hampshire records.

JUDICIARY.

Superior Court of Judicature.
SAMUEL LIVERMORE, Holderness, Chief Justice.
JOSIAH BARTLETT, Kingston,
JOHN DUDLEY, Raymond,

Puisne Justices.
WOODBURY LANGDON, Portsmouth,
JOHN PRENTICE, Attorney-General.
NATHANIEL ADAMS, Portsmouth, Clerk.

Court Maritime. JOSHUA BRACKETT, Portsmouth, Judge. JONATHAN MITCHELL SEWALL, Portsmouth, Clerk.

MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT.

His ExcELLENCY JOHN SULLIVAN,

Captain-General, Commander-in-Chief, and Admiral. Aids to His Excellency with the Rank of Lieutenant-Colonel.

JAMES CARR, Somersworth.
ISAAC FARWELL, Charlestown.
SAMUEL ADAMS, Durham.
JONATHAN RAWSON, Dover.
SAMUEL SHERBURNE, Portsmouth.
ELEAZER WHEELOCK, Hanover.

Major-Generals.
BENJAMIN BELLOWS, Walpole.

JOSEPH CILLEY, Nottingham.
Aids to Major-General Bellows with the Rank of Major.

MOODY DUSTIN, Claremont.

GEORGE SPARHAWK, Walpole.
Aids to Major-General Cilley with the Rank of Major.

JOSEPH MILLS, Deerfield.

BRADBURY CILLEY, Nottingham. 1 Appointed June 5, 1787. Biographical sketch, Parker's History of Londonderry, p. 229.

Brigadier-Generals.
JAMES HILL, Newmarket.
GEORGE REID, Londonderry.
MOSES DOW, Haverhill.
JONATHAN BLANCHARD, Dunstable.
JONATHAN CHASE, Cornish.
THOMAS BARTLETT, Nottingham.

Brigade Majors.
GEN. HILL'S, NEWEL HEALEY, Kensington.
GEN. BARTLETT'S, JONATHAN CILLEY, Nottingham.
GEN. DOW'S, SAMUEL Todd, Orford.
GEN. CHASE'S, LUTHER EAMES, Keene.
GEN. REID'S, ASA SENTER, Pelham.

GEN. BLANCHARD'S,
NICHOLAS GILMAN,1 Exeter,

Adjutant-General, with the rank of Brigadier-General.

STATE SENATE.

JOHN SULLIVAN, Durham, President.

JOSEPH GILMAN, Exeter.

President Pro Tem., or Senior Senator. For the County GEORGE ATKINSON, Portsmouth. of Rockingham. JOHN BELL, Londonderry.

PETER GREEN,Concord.

JOSHUA WENTWORTH, Portsmouth. County of SEBENEZER SMITH,3 Meredith. Strafford. EBENEZER THOMPSON, Durham. County of SROBERT MEANS,4 Amherst.

Hillsboro'. | JOSHUA BAILEY,5 Hopkinton. 1 Appointed January 22, 1787. 2 In 1788 there were two persons residing in Concord bearing the name, Peter Green, -one a lawyer, the other a physician. Peter Green,

the physician, never held the office of coun. cillor or senator. It must be understood that it was the lawyer of that name who is mentioned in this connection. – N. H. Register, 1851, p. 4.

3 Ebenezer Smith, of Meredith, and Ebenezer Smith, of Durham, were contemporaries in the service of the State. The latter was never senator, but was councillor in 1792, 1793, 1794. -Granite Monthly, 105. Meredith and Durhain were both in Strafford county in 1788. 4 Farmer & Moore's Hist. Coll., Vol. 2, p. 112. 5 Life and Times in Hopkinton, C. C. Lord, 305.

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