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1694 The Earl of Belmont appointed, May 26, 1699 William Stoughton, appointed, July, 1700 The Colony had none, 1701 Joseph Dudley assumed the office, June 11, 1702 The Colony had none, 1714 Joseph Dudley again in office, Mar. 26, 1715 William Tailor appointed, Nov., 1715 Governor Colonial, Samuel Shute, appointed. Oct., 1716 William Dummer, appointed, Jan., 1722 William Burnett, appointed, July 19, 1728 John Tailor assumed the office, June, 1730 Jonathan Belcher assumed the office, Aug., 1730 William Shirley assumed the office, July, 1741 Spencer Phipps assumed the office, Sep., 1756 Thomas Burnett assumed the office, Aug., 1757 Thomas Hutchinson, acting, June, 1760 Francis Barnard, acting, Aug., 1760 Lieut. Thomas Hutchinson, acting, Aug. 1, 1769 Gen. Thomas Gage proclaimed Military Rule, May 15, 1774 Massachusetts had none, 1776 State. John Hancock elected by the people, Oct. 25, 1780 James Bowden, elected, March
treet, 1708 In part, Blind lane, 1708; Pond lane, Rowe's lane, 1803, Bedford street, 1820 In part, Purchase street, 1800; in part, Batterymarch at one time, Belcher's lane, 1708 School alley, 1732; Grammar alley, 1795; Prince street avenue, 1833, Bennet avenue, 1839 Extended to Front street, 1805; from Washington st. to84 Greenough alley, 1708; Greenough lane, 1732; Greenough's avenue, 1848, Greenough's lane, 1858 Tilley's lane, 1708; Gridley's lane, 1795; from Cow lane to Belcher's lane, Gridley street, 1825 Cambridge to May, 1807; to Pinckney, 1834; to Myrtle, 1851, Grove street, 1729 Sconce lane, 1708; Sconce street, 1784; Batterymarlboro, front of Old Province House, (Province House row,) 1818 A swamp formerly, rope-walks in part, Public Garden, 1837 Summer to Tilley's lane; formerly Belcher's lane; Town way, Purchase street, 1747 South Russell to Charles; May st., 1733, Revere street, 1855 Hanover to Back, to Fish, 1820; Wood lane; Proctor's la
Wharves, 1820. Belcher's, Opens between 22 and 23 Ann street. Barnes', Opens each side of Purchase street, north of Fort Hill Wharf. Barrett's, Opens between 27 and 28 Ann street. Battery, Opens on Ship street, opposite Battery alley. Bicknell's, Opens between 13 and 14 Fish street. Central, Opens between Long and India Wharves. Codman's, Opens south side Town Dock. Cotting's, Opens east side of Leverett street. Dilloway's, Opens on Purchase street, near Russia Wharf. Eustis Opens at 19 Ann street. Fort Hill, The third north of Liverpool Wharf. Foster's, Opens south side Broad street. Green's, Opens at 11 Merchants row. Hancock's, Opens at 45 to 51 Fish street. India, Opens south side of India street. Liverpool, Opens on Purchase, opposite Griffin's lane. Lewis' Opens at 44 Fish street. Long, Opens east end of State street. Lincoln's, Opens on Purchase, second north of Liverpool Wharf. Otis, Opens on Purchase, second sout