mmer, from Central.
Beech, from Oak to Spring.
Harvard, from Beech to Summer.
Elm court, from Harvard.
Harvard court, from Harvard.
Myrtle, from Perkins to Cambridge.
Florence, from Perkins to Pearl.
Abbreviations—b. stands for business in Boston, h. for house, n. for near, cor. for corner of, op. for opposite.
The word street will be omitted as superfluous.
Aborn, John, b. hatter, h. Cottage, out of Elm.
Adams, Joseph, Broadway, foot of Winter Hill.
Adams, Miss H. A. b. teacher, boards with J. Adams.
Adams, Samuel, boards with J. C. Magoun, at W. H.
Adams, Charles, b. F. H. market, h. Central.
Adams, Henry, h. Bow.
Adams, Solomon, schoolmaster, h. Dane.
Agen, Patrick, laborer, h. Prospect.
Allen, Hiram, twine manufacturer, h. Cambridge.
Allen, Samuel R., clothing, h. Milk.
Allen, Alfred, h. corner of Central and Summer.
Allen, Henry W., accountant, h. Summer.
Allison, William, ship master, h. Beacon.