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ep. 18, 1865 The opening visited by 20,000 persons, Dec. 25, 1865 Grounds, School st., purchased by the town, Mar. 31, 1645 Occupied for a school house, 1645 Occupied for a school and engine-house, 1811 An exchange in part with Mr. Richardson, Feb. 19, 1827 Offered for sale, but not sold, May 14, 1827 Additional land bought on School street, June 4, 1839 Trees, shrubbery, and fence removed for new house, Sep. 30, 1862 City Messenger. Johnson Colby, chosen, Sep. 26oyed, five killed, May 26, 1875 On Federal street bridge, four men killed, Dec. 22, 1875 Gibbeted Two pirates, on Bird Island, hung in chains, May 3, 1724 The Pirate Fly, on Nix's Mate, hung in chains, July 2, 1726 Giants Rose Richardson, age eight, weight 500 lbs., at Concert Hall, March, 1834 Charles Freeman, seven feet, three inches high, at the National Theatre, Jan. 1, 1841 A monster Quaker, and Lady, at Amory Hall, July, 1849 Gold at 3 per cent. premium, Jan.
1826, Harris street, 1868 Rainsford lane, 1708; Front street, 1805; Essex street to Roxbury, Harrison avenue, 1841 From Marlboroa st., opposite Old South Church, unchanged, Harvard place, 1820 From Orange to Sea; once called Hollis, and Thaxter place; extended 1836, Harvard street, 1732 Charlestown to Causeway, to Warren Bridge, Haverhill street, 1807 Tattle street; a part Chardon lane, 1795; several changes, Hawkins street, 1732 Bishop's alley, 1708; Board alley, 1792; Richardson's alley, Gilbert's alley, Waybourn's lane, Hawley street, 1800 On Tremont, between West and Mason, built over, 1810, Haymarket, 1789 Declination passage; Henchman's lane, 1708; Day's lane at one time, Henchman street, 1850 Summer to Fort Hill; a part, Cow lane, 1708; extended, 1875, High street, 1798 Broad alley, 1722; Harvard street at one time, but names exchanged, Hollis street, 1732 Court to Bulfinch; Southac's court, 1732, Howard street, 1821 The north-east point of