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Consumptives', established 1864, since at Grove Hall, 1880

Little Wanderers, Baldwin place, opened, 1865

Temporary, on Sudbury street, opened evenings, 1866

National, Sailors', at Quincy, incorporated, 1866

Children's Mission, Tremont street, corner-stone laid, 1866

Young Women's, on Beach street, dedicated, 1868

Catholic, Children's, Harrison avenue, opened, 1870

On Marcellus street, for truant boys, opened, 1878

New England, 41 Worcester street, for destitute women, 1880

Hook, Jacob

A veteran constable, died at the hospital, aged 65, June 30, 1855

Hoop Skirts

ridiculed in Franklin's newspaper, Feb., 1725


in the streets prohibited by law, June 28, 1809

Hornet's Nest

on the Common, mistaken for a pine-apple, by an Englishman, July 3, 1638

Horticultural Hall

on School street, dedicated, May 15, 1845

Corner Tremont and Bromfield street, built, 1864


Trot. Dexter went a mile in 2m. 19s., July 30, 1867

Julien went a mile in 2.12 3/4 at San Francisco, Oct. 25, 1879

Show. Great attraction on the Fair Grounds, South End, Oct. 20, 1856


Massachusetts General, McLean street, incorporated, 1811

Lying-in, corner Washington and Asylum street, built, 1844

City, corner Harrison avenue and Worcester street, dedicated, May 24, 1864

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