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Collections, cause great excitement and opposition, 1682

Act, passed by the Home Government, April, 1764

Troubles commence in earnest, May, 1765

Riots, the order of the day, Nov., 1765

Collectors hung in effigy on the street, June, 1768

Office opened at Concert Hall, Nov. 10, 1768

Removed to Salem; Boston office closed, 1774


Cochituate, Beacon Hill, completed, Nov. 23, 1849

At South Boston, completed, Dec. 27, 1849

At Chestnut Hill, upper basin completed, Oct., 1868

At Chestnut Hill, lower basin completed, Oct. 25, 1870

On Parker Hill, completed, 1874


caused by enforcement of Revenue Laws, 1682

By Commodore Knowles' impressment orders, Nov., 1747

Gov. Hutchinson's house, at the North End, mobbed, Aug. 16, 1765

At the Revenue Office, in School alley, Nov. 18, 1773

At Market square, one man killed, Sep. 3, 1779

At Minot's, T Wharf, between sailors, Dec. 28, 1780

At an evening political meeting, Mar. 19, 1810

At the State Prison; fire set by convicts, Aug. 1, 1822

At the Bee-Hive, in Prince street, July 25, 1825

At the notorious Tin Pot, in Ann street, July 26, 1825

At Boston Theatre, with Edmund Kean, Dec. 25, 1825

On Negro Hill, several houses destroyed, July 14, 1826

Began at South Boston, suppressed by firemen, Feb. 26, 1828

In Ann street, between sailors and negroes, July 16, 1829

Ursuline Convent, at Charlestown, destroyed, Aug. 11, 1834

At the “Liberator” Office, Washington street, Oct. 22, 1835

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