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Station House on E. Dedham st. completed, Dec. 23, 1857

On Meridian street, East Boston, completed, June 17, 1859

On Hanover street, remodeled, Oct. 10, 1859

On Joy street, completed, Jan. 31, 1863

On Broadway, South Boston, remodeled, Mar. 23, 1863

On Lagrange street, completed, Feb. 5, 1866

In Court square, remodeled, Jan. 21, 1867

On Commercial street, completed, Mar. 2, 1867

Roxbury, old Court-House remodeled, Jan. 6, 1868

Roxbury, on Dudley street, built, 1874

Roxbury, on Pynchon street, built, 1869

On Seaverns avenue, Jamaica Plains, occupied, June 18, 1874

At Brighton, remodeled, Nov., 1874

At Field's Corner, Dorchester, completed, Jan. 26, 1876

On Fourth street, South Boston, May 12, 1876

Steamboat Protector goes in commission, Nov. 5, 1875


taxable in the town, 102, 1630


taxable in the town, 868, 1680


taxable in the town, 3,000, 1730

In the City that are taxable, 17,000, 1830

In the City that are taxable, 36,000, 1870

In the City that are taxable, 89,452, 1879

Poore, Ben Perley

redeems a political bet, wheelbarrowing apples, Nov. 11, 1856

Pope's Day

celebrated with spirit up to the year, Nov. 5, 1765

An attempt to renew, failed up to the year, Nov. 5, 1821


inhabitants in town, 1697

12,000 inhabitants in town, 1709

16,386 inhabitants in town, 1742

6,573 inhabitants in town, 1775

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