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ng in Roston, 50, 1820 Physicians practising in Roston, 200, 1840 Physicians practising in Roston, 500, 1860 Physicians practising in Roston, 700, 1880 Pickpockets One at Faneuil Hall arrested, beat and imprisoned, Nov. 8, 1802 Great show — up of about 50 at Tukey's office, Sep. 15, 1851 Pigeons flying, darken the air in Boston, Nov. 8, 1630 Pillory to punish criminals, stood in King street, 1676 A money clipper set in one hour, 1679 Pillory Pierpont and Story, for sinking a ship, set in one hour, Mar. 22, 1803 John Nichols, counterfeiter, the last occupant, one hour, Apr. 15, 1805 Pitcher, Molly the Lynn fortune teller died, aged 75 years, Apr. 13, 1813 Pinafore a burlesque play, has a great run, 1879 Piper, Thomas W. confesses his crimes in jail, May 7, 1876 Pittsburg Capture, news received, great rejoicing, Apr. 11, 1862 Police a sanitary arrangement many years, 1786 A law passed providing for a de