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Edward H. Savage, author of Police Recollections; Or Boston by Daylight and Gas-Light ., Boston events: a brief mention and the date of more than 5,000 events that transpired in Boston from 1630 to 1880, covering a period of 250 years, together with other occurrences of interest, arranged in alphabetical order 6 0 Browse Search
Benjamnin F. Butler, Butler's Book: Autobiography and Personal Reminiscences of Major-General Benjamin Butler 5 1 Browse Search
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y sitting up in the cars all night. We arrived in the morning at New York in good health, and the regiment accepted the invitation of Mr. Stetson to breakfast with him at the Astor House. Myself and staff accepted a like invitation from Mr. Paran Stevens, the landlord of the Fifth Avenue Hotel. There I first met Senator Baker, of Oregon, afterwards General Baker, and who was detailed to me at Fortress Monroe. As we stood together on the balcony of the hotel, my regiment passed by, cheerinmust go whether the passenger trains went or not. With some hesitation he yielded to necessity. We arrived at Philadelphia between four and five o'clock in the evening, and the regiment was quartered at the Girard House. Upon invitation of Mr. Stevens, myself and staff took quarters at the Continental. As soon as I got to my hotel, the extras of the Philadelphia Press were brought to me, containing accounts of what was supposed to have happened to the Sixth Regiment in Baltimore. These
er to remain in New York, 770; Butler telegraphs to, 779; relieves Butler of his command, 827-828; Grant requests Butler's removal, 829; Butler's telegram to, 832; denounces Halleck, 872; Butler confers with, 908; action justified, 914; believes Davis incited Lincoln's assassination, 915; Johnson's quarrel with, 926. Star Brigade, reference to, 663. States in rebellion, Butler's proposition in regard to, 908-909. Stetson, proprietor of Astor House, N. Y., mention of, 174-175. Stevens, Paran, landlord Fifth Avenue Hotel, N. Y., mention of, 175. Stevens, Thaddeus, of Pennsylvania, in the Johnson impeachment case, 927; in Butler's speech, 934. Stewart, John A., U. S. Assistant Treasurer, consults with Butler about the gold conspiracy, 762, 764. Stillwagen, commander at Fort Hatteras, 285. St. Louis, Halleck's headquarters at, 872; Shaffer's home, 895; hotel as hospital, 895. storm King, the scurvy, 1017. Stringham, flag officer at Fort Hatteras, 282-284; trib
Manufacturers', 38 Salem street, kept by Mr. Bradley, 1827 Marlboroa, 229 Washington street, kept by Mr. Barker, 1826 Massachusetts, 33 Pond street, kept by Stevens & Pindar, 1832 Maverick, Maverick square, kept by T. W. Barton, 1835 Mariners', North square, kept by Capt. Howes, 1847 Mechanics', Cross and Union streeshington, South Boston, kept by John Ford, 1837 Merchants' Exchange, Change avenue, kept by Mr. Stockman, 1841 Merchants' Exchange, State street, kept by Paran Stevens, 1843 Metropolitan, 318 Washington street, kept by J. Doyle, 1857 Montgomery, Tremont and Bromfield sts., kept by Watson & Taylor, 1849 New England, C Pond Street, Pond and Cross streets, kept by Billings & Glidden, 1834 Railroad, 63 Pond street, kept by A. Haskell, 1834 Revere, Bowdoin square, kept by Paran Stevens, 1844 St. James, Newton street, kept by B. J. Stetson, 1868 Traders', Union street, kept by John Bryant, 1851 Trimountain, 345 Hanover street, kept by