o fire be carried into or kept in the market house, and that no cigars or pipes be allowed to be smoked therein.
3. That no shell or other fish be permitted to be kept in said market house, at any season of the year.
A cellar was constructed in 1816, and was rented for fifteen dollars per annum to Zenas C. Atwood, to keep for sale oysters; no kind of gambling, tippling, or riotous behaviour, to be suffered in said cellar.
The first occupant of the market house seems to have been Joel Wellington, who paid rent for the quarter ending March 31, 1813; he also occupied it several years after April 1, 1814.
The second occupant was Henry Greenwood, under a lease dated March 31, 1813, in which lease the committee of the proprietors reserved one quarter part of said house,—viz., next to the balance and scale, for the purpose of accommodating those who may bring into the market, butter, eggs, or fowls, or any kinds of sauce; but no person shall be admitted to vend therein such articles