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Davenport (Iowa, United States) (search for this): chapter 2
rf, 1724 Cross, kept corner of Cross and Ann streets, 1732 Cromwell's Head, kept in School street, 1760 Coffee House, kept in Court street, 1786 Cooper's, in Wing's lane, kept by Mrs. Cooper, 1789 Connor's, in Wilson's lane, kept by Mrs. Connors, 1789 Cummings, on Minot's T, kept by Mrs. Cummings, 1787 Clarke's, Cambridge street, kept by Mrs. Clarke, 1796 Cobb's, 46 Brattle street, kept by Mrs. Cobb, 1818 Daggett's, in Market square, kept by Mrs. Daggett, 1805 Davenport's, 9 Elm street, kept by Mrs. Davenport, 1813 Deering's, 12 Elm street, kept by Mrs. Deering, 1816 Dutch's, 24 Newbury street, kept by Mrs. Dutch, 1820 Eastern Coffee, State street, 1789 Tavern Exchange Coffee, Congress square, 1804 Burned down, Nov. 3, 1818 Rebuilt and opened, Jan. 8, 1822 Closed as a tavern, Apr. 1, 1854 Earle's Coffee, 36. Hanover street, kept by Hezekiah Earle, 1806 Eastern Stage, 45 Ann street, kept by Wildes, 1816 Old building remov
Quincy (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 2
iates, provided, 1857 For fallen women, on North street, established, 1858 For aged colored women, on Myrtle st., established, 1860 The Channing, on McLean street, established, 1857 For aged men, on Springfield street, opened, 1862 Temporary, on Chardon street, established, 1862 Home Consumptives', established 1864, since at Grove Hall, 1880 Little Wanderers, Baldwin place, opened, 1865 Temporary, on Sudbury street, opened evenings, 1866 National, Sailors', at Quincy, incorporated, 1866 Children's Mission, Tremont street, corner-stone laid, 1866 Young Women's, on Beach street, dedicated, 1868 Catholic, Children's, Harrison avenue, opened, 1870 On Marcellus street, for truant boys, opened, 1878 New England, 41 Worcester street, for destitute women, 1880 Hook, Jacob A veteran constable, died at the hospital, aged 65, June 30, 1855 Hoop Skirts ridiculed in Franklin's newspaper, Feb., 1725 Horn-blowing in the streets prohibit
Old House (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 2
y 16, 1854 Henderson's, 22 Elm street, kept by Henderson, 1816 Indian Queen, 37 Marlboro's street, kept by Wheelock, 1803 In Bromfield lane, kept by Trask, 1813 King's Head, kept near Scarlet's Wharf, 1670 One kept in King street, 1758 Light House, kept in King street, 1718 Logwood Tree, kept in Lynn street, 1732 Lamb, in Newbury street, 1743 In Newbury street, near Watch House, 1771 Register of Deeds' office there, 1786 Tavern Lamb, in Newbury street. Old house removed; Adams House built, 1845 Lamphire's, 24 Hanover street, kept by B. Lamphire, 1807 Moreau's, in Elm street, kept by Mrs. Moreau, 1805 Nahant, at Nahant, built, 1820 Burned, Sep. 11, 1861 Punch Bowl, in Dock square, kept by Mrs. Baker, 1769 Patterson's, in Elm street, kept by Patterson, 1796 Queen's Head, kept near Scarlet's Wharf, 1691 Red Lion, kept near Red Lion Wharf, 1674 Roebuck, in Fish lane, Roebuck passage, 1732 House removed, 1815 Royal Exch
Suffolk County (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 2
n Arsenal, Sep. 2, 1866 Sandemonians a new Religious Sect, appear, 1764 Savage, Edward had an Art Gallery in Franklin Hall, June, 1794 Painted a Panorama of Boston, May, 1795 Had a Museum over Boylston Market, 1812 Savage, Edward H. appointed a Police officer in Boston, Feb. 10, 1851 Appointed Captain, Police Division No 1, May 26, 1854 Appointed Deputy Chief of Police, Feb. 11, 1861 Chosen Chief of Police, Apr. 4, 1870 Appointed Probation Officer for Suffolk Co., Oct. 21, 1878 Savannah sufferers Great relief meeting at Faneuil Hall, Jan. 9, 1865 Scales large, first in use at the Market, 1782 Scandals An unwritten sensation in high life, caused by a kiss, Oct., 1788 Carpenter and apprentice girl, at South Boston, Sep., 1821 A constable and Archer's ring, Aug., 1836 Rev. Joy H. Fairchild's, began, June, 1844 Dalton and Coburn, began, Oct., 1855 Hancock School, began, Nov., 1856 Rev. Isaac H. Kalloch's, began, Jan
Moon Island (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 2
862 At Faneuil Hall, again suspended, Nov. 5, 1862 Commenced in Boston, by districts, May 12, 1863 Caused a great riot in Boston, July 14, 1863 Drainage on the surface began on Tremont street, Sept., 1866 The great sewer to Moon Island commenced, 1878 Drinking Saloons said to be a vast many in town, 1698 Said to be 500 in Boston, 1822 Said to be 1,500 in Boston, 1850 Said to be 3,000 in Boston, 1880 Drumming was a means of summoning the people, 1664 T3 Charles Bulfinch, Chairman 22 years, retires, 1818 Chairman Williams delivers town's property to City Government, May 1, 1822 Sewell, Samuel Chief Justice of the Province, died, aged 78, Jan. 1, 1730 Sewerage, improved to Moon Island. Projected by City Government, Aug. 9, 1877 Workmen building at the South End, 1878 In favorable progress, 1880 Shaw, Lemuel candidate for Selectman, defeated, Mar. 11, 1811 Chosen a Selectman for Boston, Mar. 8, 1819 Chief
Lake Erie (United States) (search for this): chapter 2
treet, Dec., 1852 Laid in Court, near Washington street, August, 1853 Asphalt, laid in front United States Court House, Tremont street, Nov., 1867 Laid in Columbus avenue, Dec., 1877 Peace Treaty with England, proclaimed in Boston, Apr. 1, 1783 Celebrated in Boston, Feb. 19, 1815 Jubilee, see Jubilees, 1869 and 1872 Pedestrian Lambert wins a great walking match, Oct. 8, 1857 Peacocks put in the Deer Park on the Common, May 23, 1864 Perry, Oliver H. of Lake Erie fame, visited Boston, May 10, 1814 Physicians practising in Roston, 33, 1800 Physicians practising in Roston, 50, 1820 Physicians practising in Roston, 200, 1840 Physicians practising in Roston, 500, 1860 Physicians practising in Roston, 700, 1880 Pickpockets One at Faneuil Hall arrested, beat and imprisoned, Nov. 8, 1802 Great show — up of about 50 at Tukey's office, Sep. 15, 1851 Pigeons flying, darken the air in Boston, Nov. 8, 1630 Pillor
Cornhill (Arkansas, United States) (search for this): chapter 2
lfrey, appointed, 1861 William L. Burt, appointed, 1867 Edward S. Tobey, appointed, 1876 Post office Law passed for North America, 1710 Located in Cornhill (Washington street), 1714 Removed from Cambridge back to Boston, Apr. 25, 1776 Located corner Congress and Water streets, Jan. 1, 1816 Kept in old Town-7, 1856 Middlesex opened for travel, Mar. 5, 1857 One opened to Brokline, Oct. 26, 1859 Suffolk to East Boston, opened Aug. 20, 1860 Cars run through Cornhill, Feb. 11, 1867 Double track from Tremont House, south, Dec. 2, 1867 Run through Berkeley and Boylston streets, Mar. 4, 1868 Run through Clarendon to Beamoderator at one, Mar. 12, 1778 Three Cape Cod men caught voting, May 28, 1795 Vote yes, by going out; no by staying in, Apr. 9, 1804 Pump. One stood in Cornhill, near Queen st., 1662 Built in Dock square, by the poor, 1780 One at east end of Old Town House, 1815 One in North square, 1816 One in Spring lane, 1
St. Paul's church (United Kingdom) (search for this): chapter 2
1868 Cass, Lewis, Gen News of his death received, June 17, 1866 Cathedral Catholic, Washington street, cornerstone laid, Sep. 15, 1867 Cavalry A new company, Capt. Amory, first parade, July 4, 1797 National Lancers, first parade, June 14, 1837 Light Dragoons organized, Mar. 23, 1853 Reception of a company from California, Jan. 14, 1863 First Massachussetts at Faneuil Hall, Dec. 19, 1861 Cemeteries under Christ Church, Salem st., built, 1723 Under St. Paul's Church, Tremont street, built, 1820 Under Park street Church, Park street, built, 1823 Interments under Churches discontinued, 1862 At Mount Auburn, Cambridge, consecrated, Aug. 16, 1831 At Forest Hills, Roxbury, consecrated, June 28, 1848 At Woodlawn, Chelsea, consecrated, July 2, 1851 At Mount Hope, Roxbury, consecrated, June 24, 1852 See Burial Grounds. Century the nineteenth said to end to-day, Aug. 31, 1867 Hill, afterwards called Beacon Hill, 1634 Celebr
Derne (North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany) (search for this): chapter 2
ge street, near Eliot, Dec., 1801 One occupied near Beacon Monument, June, 1805 The town has four, East, West, North and South, March, 1810 East removed, from Town-House to Kilby street, Sept., 1830 East, removed from Kilby street to Joy's Building, Feb., 1832 East, removed from Joy's Building to Court House, Sept., 1841 Removed to City Building, Court square, Sept., 1843 Occupied as Police Station, No. 2, May 26, 1854 West in Derne street, March, 1832 Removed from Derne to Leverett street, Dec., 1847 Occupied as Police Station, No. 3, May 26, 1854 North, in Ship street, March, 1810 Removed from Ship to Fleet street, 1819 Removed from Fleet to Hanover street, June, 1823 Removed from Hanover to Cross street, Dec., 1835 Removed from Cross back to Hanover street, August, 1848 Occupied as Police Station, No. 1, May 26, 1854 South, was built on Orange, near Elliot st., Dec., 1801 South, Removed from Washington to Eliot st., Dec., 1825
Chestnut Hill (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 2
moved 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 enforcemeChestnut Hill, lower basin completed, Oct. 25, 1870 On Parker Hill, completed, 1874 Riots caused by enforcement of Revenue Laws, 1682 By Commodore Knowles' impressment orders, Nov., 1747 Gov. Hutchinson's house, at the North End, mobbed, Aug. 16, 1765 At the Revenue Office, in School alley, Nov. 18, 1773 At Market square, one man killed, Sep. 3, 1779 At Minot's, T Wharf, between sailors, Dec. 28, 1780 At an evening polit, Nov. 27, 1849 Pipes being laid across Charles River, Sep. 6, 1850 Water Works Pipes in Tremont street being raised, Dec., 1866 Upper reservoir, Chestnut Hill, dedicated, Oct. 26, 1868 Lower reservoir, the water let in, Oct. 25, 1870 Great pains taken to suppress waste, Jan., 1871 Pumping machinery and stand
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