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Advent Miller's sensation, 1843 Moody and Sankey, thirteen weeks in Boston, 1877 Representatives for the town, chosen by the people, 1636 Dine on meat and wine at Town House, 1654 A Committee chosen to instruct them, 1700 Salaries paid by the town, 1729 Revere, Paul, kept a shop opposite the Liberty Pole, 1784 Revenue 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 Reservoir 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 Riots caused by enforcement of Reve