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Tue's, 13 Middle st., kept by Peter Tue, 1820

White Horse, near Haymarket place, 1724

Washington, kept in Bromfield lane, by Trask, 1810

The name generally changed to hotel, about 1822

Taylor, Robt

ex-Chief of Police, died at South Boston, aged 50, Dec. 4, 1866


The sale to be prevented on account of the duty, Nov. 4, 1773

Three ship-loads arrive at Griffin's Wharf, Dec. 3, 1773

Party got up at the Old South Church, Dec. 16, 1773

342 chests thrown overboard at Griffin's Wharf, Dec. 16, 1773

Owners demand indemnity from Government, Dec. 17, 1773

Part of chests burned in King street, Jan. 1, 1774

Tea party of Whigs dine off Fort Hill, Apr. 1, 1840

Tea party Centennial Anniversary at Faneuil Hall, Dec. 16, 1873


Dental plate began to be put in use, 1846


Morse's experiments successful, 1845

Communication opened between Boston and Springfield, Jan. 15, 1846

Submarine cable with England attempted, Aug., 1858

Cable to England successfully laid, July 30, 1866

Fire-alarm established in Boston, Jan. 1, 1852

French cable landed at Duxbury, July 23, 1869


communication astonishes the world, 1877

Put in use at office of Chief of Police, Dec. 31, 1877

Temple, Tremont

formerly a Theatre, became a Church, Dec. 8, 1843

Burned, and fell into Tremont street, Mar. 31, 1852

Rebuilt, corner-stone laid, July 1, 1853

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