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n Boston the last 22 years, Mar. 8, 1818 Bunker Hill Monument Corner-stone laid, June 17, 1825 Procession numbering 25000, Sep. 10, 1840 Cap-stone laid, July 23, 1842 Completed, great celebration, June 17, 1843 Burnside, Gen given a public reception in Boston, Jan. 22, 1864 Burrill, Charles claims $300,000 for filling military quota, Apr. 4, 1866 Burroughs, Stephen a noted character in Boston, June 5, 1838 Burgoyne, John and army, prisoners of war at Winter Hill, Nov. 5, 1777 Leave Charlestown for Canada, prisoners exchanged, July 9, 1778 Burns, Nellie a kidnapped child sensation, Apr. 8, 1870 Burial Grounds King's Chapel, first interments, June 5, 1630 Several tombs built there, 1738 Burial Grounds King's Chapel. It was said burials were four deep, 1739 Walls built next Tremont street, Oct., 1829 Copp's Hill, land purchased by the town, 1659 Enlarged upon the south side, 1706 Tablets destroyed by British sol