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Somerville Directory (1851.) 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. [Continued.] Booth, Dr. Chauncey, McLean Asylum. Bowman, Francis, h. Beacon. Boles, John, takes charge of real estate, h. Broadway. Bowers, H. F., b. merchant, h. Spring. Boynton, Samuel, laborer, h. Franklin. Blodgett, Alfred, laborer, h. Franklin. Blodgett, Nathan, brickmaker, h. Cambridge. Bradbury, Charles, h. Medford turnpike. Bradbury, George, carpenter, h. Medford turnpike. Bradshaw, Samuel C., h. Joy. Bradshaw, Samuel C., Jr., h. corner of Cambridge and Linwood. Bradshaw, Henry, b. refreshments F. H. market, h. Joy. Brackett, Thomas O.; b. bank messenger, h. Summer. Brackett, Samuel E., b. merchant, h. Chestnut. Brackett, Charles, b. cabinet maker, h. Mt. Pleasant. Brackett, John, cellar stone layer, h. Garden court. Brackett, Ge
ps in the Army of the Potomac Darwin C. Pavey; February 28, Somerville Soldiers in the Rebellion Colonel Edwin C. Bennett; Some Phases of Woman's National Work Mary E. Elliot; March 14, Ballads of the Revolution, Frank M. Hawes; readings, Emma Prichard Hadley; March 28, Governor Winthrop and His Mansion on the Mistick, Charles D. Elliot; April 11, banquet; April 25, Colonial Architecture George F. Loring; May 8, Curiosities of Colonial Law, Thomas F. O'Malley; May 22, The Tufts Family Dr. Edward C. Booth. 1900-1901: December 5, reading from and discussion of Neighborhood Sketches, furnished the Society by old residents; December 19, History of Ten Hills Farm, with Anecdotes and Reminiscences, Mrs. Alida G. Sellers (born Jaques); January 2, With Grant at the Battle of the Wilderness, Colonel Elijah Walker; January 16, An Incident of Anti-Slavery Times in Syracuse, N. Y., by Charles Carroll Dawson, of Toledo, O., (corresponding member of Somerville Historical Society), read by Howard
Table of Contents Vol. I., no. 1. Elbridge Streeter Brooks Memorial Exercises The Tufts Family in SomervilleEdward C Booth, M D. The Somerville Directory, 1851. Neighborhood Sketch No. 1Jenette Teele Military Record of Captain Martin BinneyMartin Binney Vol. I., no. 2. Old Medford TurnpikeJohn F. Ayer The Tufts Family in SomervilleEdward C Booth, M. D. Hon. Charles Hicks SaundersCharles D. Elliot Hon. Isaac StoryCharles D. Elliot Somerville Directory, 1851, conBooth, M. D. Hon. Charles Hicks SaundersCharles D. Elliot Hon. Isaac StoryCharles D. Elliot Somerville Directory, 1851, continued. Military Sketch No. 2Edmund H. Gooding Vol. I., no. 3. The Stinted Common Charles D. Elliot Somerville as I Have Known It Amelia H. Wood Neighborhood Sketch No. 2 Aaron Sargent Edward BrackettCaptain Martin Binney Somerville Directory, 1851, concluded. Vol. I., no. 4. Ten Hills FarmAlida G. Sellers Somerville Soldiers in the RebellionColonel Edwin C. Bennett Illustrations. Old Tufts House, Headquarters Somerville Historical Society, Cover of No. 1
, I.—33. Binney, Captain, Martin, I.—33; III.—23, 25; IV.—27. Binney, Captain, Martin, Military Record of, I.—33 to 39. Birch Swamp, I.—22, 23. Bird, Lieutenant, I.—38. Bisland, Battle of, IV.—30. Black Horse Tavern, IV.—21. Bleachery, The, II.—24. Blessing of the Bay, The, IV.—9. Bloody Angle, I.—38. Bloody Brook Ambuscade. I.—21. Bolivar Heights, I.—35, 36. Bolles, John David, home of, III.—20. Bonner Family, The, I.—24. Boot, Kirk, IV.—16. Booth, Edward C., M. D., I.—21. Boston & Albany Station, IV.—23. Boston & Lowell R. R., II.—7, 30. Boston Common, II.—29. Boston Independent Fusileers, I.—33. Boston Light Infantry, I.—33. Boston, Siege of. I.—8, 23. Boston Street, III.—15, 17. Boston Tea Party, II.—28, 29. Bow Street, I.—24; III.—12, 13; IV.—30. Bowen, Sergeant, Nathan, II.—29. Bowman, Mrs. S. Z., II.—24. Brackenbury. William, III.—7. Bracke
Supreme Court of Appeals. --April10.--Upon the petition of the City of Richmond, a writ of supersedeas is awarded to a judgment recorded against it by Thos. U. Dudley, Sergeant, and as such, administrator of C. L. Long, deceased, in the Circuit Court or said city, on the 11th of February, 1861, upon the said petitioner entering into bond, with sufficient security, in the Clerk's Office of the said Circuit Court. Edward C. Booth and Jas. Smith, vs the Commonwealth, upon a writ of supersedeas, to a judgment recovered by the Commonwealth against the plaintiffs in the Circuit Court of Franklin county, May 19, 1859. Argued by the counsel of the plaintiffs in error, and by Jno. R. Tucker, Attorney General, and judgment announced "that for reasons stated in writing and filed with the record, that there is no error in the said judgment, therefore it is considered that the same be affirmed." The Court also affirmed the decision of the Court below, in the appeal case of Jamison
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