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And dog licenses amount to $3,247.39, 1824 Cows not to be allowed on the Common, 1830 Crockett, Col. David visited Boston, May 11, 1834 Cushing, Hon. Caleb died at Newburyport, aged 78 years, Jan. 2, 1879 Custom House stood on Red Lion Wharf, 1682 At the corner of King and Exchange streets, 1770 On Custom House street, 1808 New building began at head of Long Wharf, Sep. 1, 1837 New building completed, cost $1,073,371.43, June 16, 1847 Collectors, Benj. Lincoln, in office, 1796 Henry Dearborn, in office, 1809 Henry A. S. Dearborn, in office, 1813 David Henshaw, in office, 1829 George Bancroft, in office, 1838 Levi Lincoln, in office, 1841 Robert Rantoul, in office, 1844 Marcus Morton, in office, 1845 Charles Greeley, Jr., in office, 1849 Charles H. Peaslee, in office, 1853 Arthur W. Austin, in office, 1857 James S. Whitney, in office, 1860 John Z. Goodrich, in office, 1861 Hannibal Hamlin, in office, 1866