Chas B. Webster, keeper of the New Haven Town Farm, moves to Litchfield in 1865 to take charge of the Town Farm there. However, Chas B. Webster was already living on the Town Farm as manager in 1860.

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atnuuiit-ingtoabbuttwenty-five atnuuiit-ingtoabbuttwenty-five Kew Haven: Hon. Chas. W. Bradley, a prominent prominent citizen, formally Secretary of State of Connecticut, Connecticut, and, under President .Pierco,-,U. .Pierco,-,U. .Pierco,-,U. S. consul consul at China, died on Wednesday. The Register says : ''Probably no American was better versed in Chinose history, language and. mamiersy and so long as his health permitted, his services wgrc constantly sought by commercial people iii both countries." Rev. Dr. Bacon celebrated the fortieth fortieth anniversary, of his settlement over tlie 1st Ecclesiastical Society on Thursday evening. His friends gathered to congratulate him, and left $900 as an evidence of their regard. William L. Wilcox, of Springfield, has commenced a suit for 32.000 damazes against the New Haven and Northampton railroad fortrespass upon1: property owneu oy mm near. iue junencan iiouse, Northampton. The North Haven and Northford people are congratulating themselves that: three brothers named Brockett, desperadoes, who have been the.torror of the.comihuulty since th'ev de serted . from the military- military- authorities, are now hard pushed by detectives. -Ono -Ono has already been captured. Chas. B. Webster, keeper of the town farm has moved to Litchfield to : take charge the town-farm town-farm town-farm there. Rev. Mr. Carroll has been presented bv the members of his church "with a check for 8500. Smith Tuttle,; of Fair Haven, who died afew days ago.lefVthe munificent bequest bequest of $12,000 for the Orphan Asylum. S

Clipped from Hartford Courant13 Mar 1865, MonPage 2

Hartford Courant (Hartford, Connecticut)13 Mar 1865, MonPage 2
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  • — Chas B. Webster, keeper of the New Haven Town Farm, moves to Litchfield in 1865 to take charge of the Town Farm there. However, Chas B. Webster was already living on the Town Farm as manager in 1860.

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