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Prison

State's. The north wing built, 1829

J. Howes sentenced for life, and three years extra, Oct. 10, 1835

Phillips played a hoax on the officers, May 10, 1849

The west wing built, 1850

The west wing enlarged, 1867

A new prison built at Concord, 1877


Prizes

British vessels, daily captured and brought in, Sept., 1776


Provident Institution for Savings

organized, Dec. 13, 1816


Public Institutions

South Boston, named Bellevue, for a time, Feb. 8, 1837

A Board of Directors chosen, Apr. 21, 1857


Public

Garden, lands offered for sale, Mar. 24, 1823

Lands leased to Horace Gray, Oct. 30, 1837

Lands again offered for sale, Nov., 1853

Great improvements made by the City, 1860

Pond prepared and completed, August, 1861

Iron fence enclosure completed May, 1863

Stone bridge across the pond completed, June 1, 1867

A garden of statues, shrubbery, plants and flowers, 1880

Building, Supt. Freeman Cushman, appointed, Apr. 19, 1841

Samuel C. Nottage, appointed Apr. 25, 1853

James C. Tucker, appointed, Feb. 29, 1864

Land, Supt. James Jackson, appointed, Nov. 2, 1829

Abner Bourne, appointed, May 1, 1837

Joel Wheeler, appointed, June 21, 1847

John McAllister, appointed, May 15, 1848

Stephen Tucker, appointed, Feb. 5, 1850


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