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, burned, Aug. 31, 1859 Derby Range, Sudbury street, burned, Sept. 8, 1860 Conflagration on Albany and on Border streets, July 4, 1861 Nahant Hotel, at Nahant, burned, Sep. 11, 1861 Quincy Market-house badly scorched, Jan. 27, 1862 Mathew's Block, North street, burned, Feb. 24, 1862 Fire Stores on Batterymarch street burned, May 12, 1862 In Sudbury street, seven injured, one fireman Killed, July 1, 1862 National Theatre, Portland street, again burned, Mar. 24, 1863 ting Rink, at Tremont street, Feb. 25, 1869 Great German, at Music Hall, Feb. 17, 1873 Discontinued in public by the authorities, 1874 Mather, Cotton Minister of the Second Church, 1689 His Church were one-sixth widows, 1697 Mathew, Father preaching Temperance in Faneuil Hall, July 27, 1849 Maury, Lieut. lectured at the Lowell Institute, Dec. 5, 1850 Maverick, Samuel settled at Noddle's Island, (East Boston,) 1630 Fined for entertaining strangers, 1641 Mayo