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Stetson's Weymouth Band.
Escorting Eugene H. Clapp, Most Worthy Templar of the United States and Canada, and Alfred L. White, Most Worthy Usher and Present Recorder of
the Grand Temple of Missouri, and the Officers of the Grand Temple of Massachusetts, as follows: Grand Worthy Templar, M. W. Potter, Attleboro'; Grand Worthy Vice Templar, Dr. D. B. Whittier, Fitchburg ; Grand Worthy Recorder, H. A. Cann, Boston ; Grand Worthy Treasurer, E. Warden, Waltham ; Grand Worthy Chaplain, Rev. M. R. Leonard, Waltham ; Grand Worthy Usher, C. A. Follett, Quincy; Grand Worthy Guardian, W. S. McNally, Boston ; Past Grand Worthy Templar, G. M. Whittaker, Southbridge; Grand Chief of Council, B. A. Flockton, Wakefield; Past Grand Worthy Templar, A. T.
Horace W. Willson, Grand Chancellor, commanding, Aids : Paul M. Foss, P.C., of No. 10, Chief of Staff; H. V. Hayward, P.C., of No. 44, Quartermaster; Samuel I. Segar, P.G.C.
National Band of Lynn.
E. Weymouth Temple Drum Corps.
Phintias Lodge, No. 65, of Amesbury.
Mount Prospect Lodge, No. 59, of Malden, H. A. Austin, Commander. Somerset Lodge, No. 23, of Boston, Walter B. Thayer, Commander.
Boston Battalion, E. F. Townsend, Commander. Damascus Lodge, No. 50, and Blake Lodge, No. 49, of Worcester, E. C.
G.A.R. Drum Corps of Lowell. Samuel H. Hines Lodge, No. 56, Lowell, W. H. I. Hayes, Commander.
Myrtle Lodge, No. 61, of Natick, H. E. Conant, Commander.
Washington Lodge, No. 10, J. D. Bates, Commander.
Unity Lodge of Boston.
the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts, as follows: Dana Z. Smith, Salem, G.V.C.; Samuel Paine, Charlestown, G.P.; William H. Lee, Boston, P.G.C.; George P. Walker, Lowell, G.M. of E. ; F. A. Chase, Boston, G.K.R.S.; William Thompson, Worcester, G.M. at A. ; William B. Gale, Boston, P.G.C. and Representative
to Supreme Lodge; Charles Cowley, Lowell, P.G.C.
And the following officers of the Grand Lodge of Maine : William F. Garcelon, Grand Chancellor ; Wyer Green, G.V.C.; W.J. Lander,
G.M. at A., and A. J. Bigger, G.I.G.
Domini's Band of East Cambridge. Italian Mutual Benefit and Benevolent Society of Boston, B. Brogi, Commander.
guests, in carriages.
Society officers in carriages. St. Jean Baptiste Society, Dr. Desilda, Commander; committee of 15 in carriages, and lad named Charles Dubal mounted on a platform,
representing St. John the Baptist.
General M. T. Donohoe, Chief of Division.
Mr. D. H. Morrissey,
Major P. E. Murphy,
Woburn Brass Band.
Knights of St. Patrick, mounted, Boston, Timothy J. Daley, Commander.
IRISH SOCIETIES OF BOSTON AND VICINITY.
Chief Marshal, John Miller.
Aids, Timothy J. Deasey, Charles McConnell, John Roach, James Aylward, George F. Ballou, F. H. Mullen, M.D., Dennis Crowley and
John C. McDevitt.
Henry Griffin, John McSorley, Patrick Ward, William H. Cook,
P. W. Finnegan and Thomas E. Simmons.
two carriages. Officers and past officers of the Charitable Irish Society, P. F. Griffin, President; John W. McDonald, Vice-President; John Conlon, Treasurer ;
D. H. Morrissey, Secretary ; four carriages.
Michael Donnoher, President.
South Abington Brass Band. Ancient Order Hibernians, Suffolk county, F. J. Murphy, commanding. Aids, P. Carroll, M. H. Rowen, C. W. Flynn, D.J. Graham, John J. Teevans, Dennis O'Sullivan, James H. Cunniff, James McMorrow, John Patten, J. McGovern, P. J. McDevitt, Mark Leonard, Patrick Mooney, Jeremiah Dilworth, J. J. O'Keefe, Timothy Shaughnessy, Daniel
Lynch, James Douglass, and Thomas Gallagher. Carriages containing Jeremiah Crowley of Lowell, State Delegate, and George E. Hogan, of Lawrence, State Secretary. M. A. Shea, of Boston,
State Treasurer, and ex-State officers. Division No. 1, A. 0. H., Boston, Michael Roan, President and Marshal ;
two carriages containing past officers. Division No. 2, A. 0. H., Boston, D. Dolan, President and Marshal ;
two carriages. Division No. 5, A. O. H., Boston, John Reed, President and Marshal ;
Catholic Total Abstinence Societies.
Bay State Band. Board of Government of the Catholic Total Abstinence Union, occupying three carriages : President, Rev. P. A. McKenna ; Vice-Presidents, Rev. M. Gilligan, of Boston, and Stephen Anderson, of East Cambridge; Treasurer, Rev. Hugh Roe O'Donnell, of East Cambridge; Secretary, John A. Duggan; Sergeant-at-Arms, Patrick Murphy, of Lawrence; County Vice-Presidents : Suffolk, J. G. Fennessey ; Middlesex, J. J. Kelley ; Norfolk, James O'Donovan ; Essex, Rev. J. H. Dever; Plymouth,
C. C. Murphy, Marshal.
P. O'Connor, Marshal.
St. Vincent's T. A. Society.
St. Stephen's T A. Society, William Greene, President.
Irish National Band.
Massachusetts General Hospital Ambulance.
Captain John Mack, Chief of Division.
Captain T. W. Neal,