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Land, Supt. Robert W. Hall, appointed, Apr. 30, 1855



Begin to be punished for their religious belief, 1655

Severe laws passed to punish them, 1656

Several were hanged for their profession, 1658

Three are whipped, and have their ears cut off, 1658

Several imprisoned, and fed on bread and water, 1677

Were allowed to attend their own meetings, 1737

Have a Church in Quaker lane, 1780

Church and burials removed to Lynn, 1825


a sort of, at Spectacle Island, 1720

Established at Rainsford Island, 1737

A boat for the work provided, 1832


taken by Gen. Wolf; sensation in Boston, Sep. 18, 1759

Quincy Hall

over the market, named, June 13, 1831



Hand. One to cart dirt, on west side Beacon Hill, June, 1811

Horse. One at Quincy Granite Works, Oct., 1826

Cambridge opened for travel, May 21, 1856

Metropolitan opened for travel, Sep. 17, 1856

South Boston opened for travel, Dec. 27, 1856

Middlesex opened for travel, Mar. 5, 1857

One opened to Brokline, Oct. 26, 1859

Suffolk to East Boston, opened Aug. 20, 1860

Cars run through Cornhill, Feb. 11, 1867

Double track from Tremont House, south, Dec. 2, 1867

Run through Berkeley and Boylston streets, Mar. 4, 1868

Run through Clarendon to Beacon street, Oct. 16, 1868

So. Boston cars drawn by men; horses sick, Oct. 3, 1872

Cars run through Harrison avenue, South End, May, 1877

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