the yard, and lived in part of it himself, renting the remainder.
Another house was removed from the lot just south of the town house to the rear of the Hall house, and let for tenements.
The old lime storehouse was occupied by the Odd Fellows in the upper part, and the second story contained Henry Mitchell's barber shop.
Mr. Gregg occupied the lower floor for his grocery and grain business.
Another large building was used as a livery stable on the lower floor, and Moses Merrill and Edward Copp, house and carriage painters, had a shop above.
To enable Mr. Gregg to reach his store from Main street, a bridge was built over the old runway to the river.
It was in Gregg's stable that the great fire of 1850 began.
When Mr. Gregg took possession of the northern half of James' yard, Mr. Benjamin Moore moved his blacksmith shop from the other side of the street to the southerly part of the yard, and his family moved from Union street to the Joseph James house.
Mr. Moore, in compa