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Abbreviations made use of in this Directory. 

n. for near. c. and cor. for corner, h. for house, r. 
for rear. ct. for court, pi. for place, wf for wharf 
eq. for square. 1. for lane. c. r. for counting room, 
op. for opposite, b'ds for boards. — The word street is 
left out as superfluous. 


City Register : 

United States Officers 5 

Custom House Officers 5 

Consuls and Consular Agents residing in Boston 7 

Commonwealth Officers 8 

County Officers ^ 

Municipal Court 9 

Court of Common Pleas 9 

Police Court for the City of Boston - - - 9 

City Officers 10 

Constables -------12 

Undertakers _>.---- 13 

Fire Department ------ 13 

Banks in Boston ------ 13 

Insurance Offices ------ 21 

Provident Institution for Savings - - - 27 

Savings Bank for Seamen - - - - 27 

Massachusetts General Hospital - - - 28 

Boston Dispensary for Medical Relief of the Poor 29 

N. E. Institution for the Education of the Blind 30 

Charitable Societies 30 

Churches and Ministers - - - - - 30 

Physicians and Surgeons ----- 32 

Arrival and Departure of Stages - - - 34 

Baggage Waggons ------ 39 

Division of the Wards - - - - - 39 

Public Buildings, Societies, Newspapers, &c. - 41 

Hotels, Taverns, «&.c. ------ 45 

Nurses - - - 47 

Streets, Courts and Places 47 

Wharves 58 

Directory : 

Names, Occupation, &c. of the Inhabitants - 61 

Colored Persons 390 

Omissions, Removals, &c. - - - - - 396 


Names in the Directory, 12,295 
Increase 402 










- - 12,697 I 12,933 ] 13,773 | 14,613 

Names expunged this year (1835) - - 2,752 

" added 3,.592 

Removals, &c. 3,832 

Whole number of alterations - - - 10,176 



President U. S. Andrevv Jackson. 

Vice President, Martin Van Buren. 

Secretary of State, .lolm Forsylli. 

Secretary of the Treasury, Levi Woodbury. 

Secretary of War, Lewis Cass. 

Secretary of the J\'avy, Mahlon Dickerson. 

Post Master General, Amos Kendall. i 

Jittorney General, Benjamin F. Buller. 

Chief Justice, John IVlarghall. 


District Judge, Hon. Jolin Davis. 
District Attorney, John iVlills, office Barrister's Hall. 
District Clerk, Francis BasseU, oftice Barrister's Hall. 
.Marshal of the Dist. Jonas L. tSibley, off. Barrister's i:lall. 
Deputy Xlarsh/iJs, Horatio Bass and Henry Harris. 
JVavy Jigent, Daniel D. Brodbead, bead of S. Market st. 
Army Paymaster, D. S. Townsend, office 80 Pleasant 
Assistant Quarter Master U. S. A. Capt. H. W. Fitz- 
huiib, office r*ernberlon Hill, Tremont ; 

U. S. Arsenal, at Watertown. Major Craig, Com. 



Tbe Custom House opens in tbe Summer season at 9 
o'clock, A. M. and shuts at 2 o'clock, P. M. In the 
Winter it opens at 10 o'clock, A. M. and shuts at 2 
o'clock, P. M. On Saturday afternoons, it opens one 
hour for the clearance of coasters. Office, Custom- 
house street. 

Collector's Office. 
/ David Henshaw, Collector. 

John Bingham, Duty- Bond Accountant. 
Charles J. F. Allen, Principal Dehenture Cleric. 
Ebenezer Hathorne, Dcbent. Account, and Book'KeepfH^* 


Deputy Collecior''s Department. 

Adams Bailey, Deputy Collector. 

Edward W. P;irker, Cashier and Booh-Keeper. 

John T. Prince, B. Clerk and 6'. Book-Kteper. 

Samnel Drapnr, ^^sslstant S. Clerk. 

Rutiis M. Gay, Import Clerk. 

William Allirje, Impost Book-Kceper. 

Foreis^n Clearance and Coasting Department. 
William A Wtjllman, Principal Clerk. 
William Rovvson, Manne Clerk. 
Samuel WhUc(>mb,jr. Coastwise Clerk. 
George B. Welltnan, .^Isslstant Coastwise Clerk. 

JYaval Office. 
Isaac O. Barnes, JVaval Offi,cer. 
Edward ¥. Bunnell, Deputy JVaval Officer. 
E. A. Clary, Clerk. 

Surveijor''s Office. 

John McNiel, Surveyor. Hii<fh Jameson, Deputy do. 
1. W. S. McNiel, Clerk. 

Keeper of the Custom House and Messenger^ Nath'l Paine. 

Inspectors jor the District of Boston and 
Joseph W. Homer Thomas Pitts John Kendell 

Darius Boardman, Lewis Ijorow E. M.Cunningham 

and, Store A^ee/^er Josiah Newhall John BanrJior 
of Spirits S/' IVines Benjamin VVhipplerratifis McKeniia 
R. B. Hewes Samuel Jones Ezra ftfud^^e 

Joseph Stevens Nahum Ball George Wardwcll 

Ehenez. Clapp, jr. John D. Dyer N. K. iSeaton 

John Muzzy William Winn Josiah Dunham, jr. 

Jedediah LiViroln, Hinglmm. L. Souther, Cohusset. 
W. B. Diiggan, Dorchester and Qnincy. 

Weighers and Gangers, Boston and Charlestown. 

Joseph Li»ring J. M. Fiske Tlieodore Dexlerfl 

Thomas M.Vmson A.H.Ward James Estabrooks 
Nallianiel Tracry 

Measurers of Salt and Coal. 

Thaddeus Pa^e Joseph N. Howe W. P. Loring 
Jgneph GrtiAoQ Andrew Green 


S. A. Allen, Public Store Keeper. 

Darius Board in an, Store Keeper of Spirits and Wines. 

George Kuhn, Marker and Prover of Spirits and Wines. 

Public Appraisers^ Office. 

John Crowninsliield, Levi R. Lincoln, Prin. .Appraisers. 
Samne! Eveletli, J. P. Robinson, .Assist.' do. 
William H. Burbeck, Clerk. 

Appraisers' Office, opposite Custom House. 

F. VV. Baker, J. C. Cone, Square Yard Measurers. 

G. M. Hallibm-ton, Invoice Clerk. 

George Carpenter, Mes.^engcr. 

John RedJing, Jacob Tarr, E. O. Torrey, Laborers m 
j9ppraiseis' Store. 

Boar 'ling Officer of the Cvsfnrns avd Copt. Bev Barge^ 
Joseph, W. Horner. Office at the end of Long wf. 

Bargemen to Cus. Hinise BorfTc. — Wisvvell W.idsworth, 
Coxf-u-'ain ; James Ketlell, Anthony Cline, H. B. 
MotRt, Bargemen. 

Conimnnder of Rcvenve Cutter, Lewis Girdler. 

^st Lieutenant, S. P. Scott. 2d do. Thomas Stoddard. 


British — George Manners, 48 India street. 
Brit. Vice Consul — Robert C. Manners, 48 India street. 
French Comnier. Jigent — A. F, Picquet. 9 Atkinson st. 
Spanish Vice Consvt — Antonio G. Vega, 81 Was)i. st. 
Consul for the Netherlands — Thos. Dixon, 41 India wf. 
Swedish and Korv:egion — C. Edward Habicht, India wf.; 
Hamburg Vice Consul — C. Knorre, 70 Stale street. 
Portuguese Vice Consul — Philip Marett, 5 Kneeland st. 
Colombian Vice Cnu. — Jas. Andrews, office 8 Central wf. 
hrazilian Vice Con. — Archibald Foster, at Granite Bank, 

Commerciril wharf. 
Vice Consul for the Kingdom, of the Two Sicilies — Tas- 

kcr H Swett, IG Custoin-Hoiise street. 
Mexican Vice Cnvsa' — Edward Cabitr. (51 State street. 
Jielgtan Consul — Eugene A. Homer, 44 India wharf. 




His Honor Samuel T. Armstrong, Lieutenant Governor. 

Council. — Hon. James Savage, Howard Lathrop, 
James Richardson, Benjamin Sheldon, David Wilder, 
Charles J. Holmes, Jonathan Hartwell, Loammi Bald- 
win, Asa W. Wildes. 

Edward D. Bangs. Esq. Secretary of the Commonwealth. 
Wm. Tufts, Chief Clerk. Clias. W. Lovett, Clerk. 

Hezekiah Barnard, Esq. Treasurer and Receiver Gene- 

, rat of the Comrnonioealth. Jos. Foster, ^st Clerk. 

J. 1. Linzee, 2d Clerk. Offices in State House. 

Hon. George Bliss, President of the Senate. 


Hon. Horace Mann Hon. Franklin Dexter 

Hon. John C. Gray Hon. Henry J. Oliver 

Hon. Daniel Messinger Hon. Jacob Hail 


Samuel Aspinvvall, Joseph T. Adams, James Barry, 
Levi Bartlett, George Blake, John P. Bigelow, Abner 
Bourne, James Boyd, Levi Brigham, William Brigham 
Edward Brooks, Noah Brooks, Samuel Chessman, Zebe 
dee Cook, jr., Benjamin Dodd, John L: Dimmock, Sam 
uel t)orr, Ezra Dyer, Oliver Eldridge, William T. Eustis 
Ale.xanderH. Everett, Steplwm Fairbanks, Luther Faulk 
ner, Benjamin Fiske, Henry Farnum, Henry D. Gray 
Nathan Gurney, Sainu(;l D. Harris, Nathaniel Hammond 
Joseph S. Hastings, Daniel Henchman, Thomas Hunt 
ing, John Knapp, Henry W. Kinstmm, Henry Lee 
William Lawrence, Joseph M. Leavitt, Joseph Lewis 
Charles Leighton, Charles Lincoln, Winslovv Lewis, jr. 
Hugh Montgomery, James Means, Thomas Minns 
Thomas Motley, George W. Otis, Theophiliis Parsons 
Oliver VV. B. Peabody, James Ridgway, Henry Rice 
Henry G. Rice, Thomas Richard.^on, Jeffrey Richardson 
Simon W. liobinson, Edward H. Robi)ins, Benjamin T 
Reed, Benjamin Russell, Daniel Safford, Norman Sea- 
ver, Thomas J. Shelton, William Sturgis, Benjamin 
Stevens, Asa Swallow, Robert C. Winthrop, Thomas 
Wetmore, Isaac Waters, Francis O. Watts. 


coxyuTir officehs. 

Juflga of Prohaie — JttsflA) }i:\\l. 
Register uf Probate — John Heard. 
Sheriff of t/ie Coimty — Charles; P. Siimrter. 

JJeputy Sheriffs — Henry H. Hiig^eford, Prince Snow,.| 
Daniel Parkniiin, Thoinns Slephensun. 

County Jailer — TJioinas SupheiL-ori. 

Coroners — Prijico Snnvv, f>benezer Jshute, Mace Smith. 

Prdhale Courts ftyr this County are hnlden every Mon- 
day in the year, excepting the fiist Monday in euch 
month, at the Prnbale Office in the Ct»unl.y Court House. 

Aotaries Public. — William Stevenson, 51 State street; 
Stephen Codman, Howard street ; Samuel Jackson 
Prescoit ; Charles , Hay war<l, 49 State ; John J. Loring, 
South Bank ; Thoiuas A. Dexter, 6 City Hall ; Robert 
Rogers, 7 (/ongress street. 

Register of Deeds. — Henry AUine, office County Ct. H. 

County Treasurer. — Richard D. Harris, off. City Hall. 

Joint Clerks of the Supreme Judicial Court and Court 
of Common. Pleas for the County. — Charles A. Parker, 
Geurge C. Wilde. Office County Court House. 



Hon. Peter O. Thacher, Judge. > 

Samuel D. Parker, Jlttorney. 
Thomas W. Phillips, Clerk. 
Henrv Homer, Crier. 
The Municipal Court is hoiden the first Monday in 
each month. j) 


Hon. Artemas Ward, Chief Justice. 

Hon. Solomon Stronji, Leominster, ) 

Hon. John M. Williams, Taunton, \ Associate Justices. 

Hon. David Cummins, Salem, ) 




W^illinm Simmons.) 
John G. Rogers, > Justices. 
James C Merrill, ) 
Thomas Power, Clerk. 
Williaai Knapp, Jiasistant Clerk, 


The Police Court sits every day, forenoon and after- 
noon, commencing at 9 o'clock, A.M. 

The Justices Court for the County of Suffolk, which 
is the Court for the trial of Civil Actions, under $20, sits 
on Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 9 o'clock, A. M. in 
the Court House, Leveret street. 


Board of Accounts for the County of Suffolk. 

Judge of Prohate Court, Judge of Municipnl Court, 
and Justices of the Police Court, members ex-officio. 
William Knapp, Secretary. 

The Board meets the first and last Mondays in each 
month, and once in three months to inspect the jail, and 
other places of imprisonment, by direction of law. 




*Winslow Lewis Josiah Dunham Samuel Greele 
John B. McCleary Nathan Gurney Jos. H. Hayward 
Charles Leighton Samuel A. Eliot 

Common Council. 

JosiAH Q,uiNCY, Jr. President. 

Ward No. 1 . Ward Xo. 4. Ward JVo. 7. 

Henry D. Gray Moses Grant Josiah Quincy, Jr. 

Isaac Harris George W.GordonWilliam T. Eustis 

Caleb G. Loring Benajah Brigham Horatio M. Willis 

Robert Keith Henry Lincoln James Means 

Ward JVo. 2. JVard JVo. 5. Ward JVo. 8. 

John W. James Calvin Washburn Benjam. A. Gould 
Thomas Holiis Enoch Holiart Zebedee Cook, Jr. 
Stephen W. OlneyAbr. W. BlanchardDaniel L. Gibbons 
Lewis Josselyn John C. Park James Harris 

Ward JVo. 3. Ward A'o. 6. Ward JVo. 9. 

Simon G. Shipley Jesse Shaw Eliphalet Williams 

John Snelling Amos Wood Edward Crufl, Jr. 

George W. Smith Jonathan CliapmanEbenezer Bailey 
William T. Spear Stephen Titcorab Horace Dupee 


Ward Xo. 10. Ward JVo. 11. Ward .Yo. 12. 

Solomon Piper Philip M;irett Tlionia-s Hunting 

Richard S. Fay Riiel Baker William B. Dorr 

Israel Martin Elias B. Thayer John Green, Jr. 

Jedediah Tutlle John Thompson John B. Stebbins 

Samuel F. M'Cieary, City CJcrlc. 

Richard G. Wait, Clerk of the Common Council. 

Richard D. Harris, City and County Treasurer. 

William Hayden, Jr. Auditor of Jiccounts. 

John PicUeritig, City Solicitor. 

Benjamin Pollard, City Marshal. 

Charles B. Wells, ? n . /-, w / ; 
,j 1 ■ 1 i^ 1 } Deputy City Mars/ials. 
Hezeliiah Larl, ) 

Jerome V. C. Smith, Resident Physician. 

John Mi not, Keeper of Hospital Island. 

George P. Tewksbury, Captain of the Quarantine Boat. 

Samuel H. Hevves, Superintendent of Burial Grounds. 

Zephaniah Sampson, Superintendent of Streets. 

Caleb Hay ward, Clerk of Faneuil Hall Market, 

Flavel Case, Cupt. Hatch and Superintendent of Lamps. 

William Warner, Superintendent of Korth Free Bridge. 

Royal Oliver, Superintendent of South Free Bridge. 

Johnson Colby, Messenger. 

Consulting Physicians. 

Drs. John C. Warren, Benjamin Shurtleff, George Hay- 
ward, John Randall, George C. Shattuck, 

Overseers of the Poor. 

Ward No. 1. Josepii Lewis. Ward 7. Henry Edwards. 
No. 2. Nathan Carrulh. No. 8. James H. Foster. 
No. 3. Thomas S. Pitman. No. 9. Ambrose Seaton. 
No. 4. Julius A. Palmer. No. 10. Rieh'd A. Newell. 
No. 5. Daniel Henchman. No. 11. Perez Gill. 
No. C. Billings Briggs. No. 12. Alvan Simonds. 

School Committee. 

Ward No. 1. Justin Field. Ward No. 7. Geo. E. Head. 

2. Charles A. Macomber. 8. George Ripley. 

3. Ezra Palmer, jr. 9. Alexander Young. 

4. Joseph Eveleth. 10. Stephen Fairbanks. 

5. Samuel Barrett. 11. Marshall S. Perry. 

6. William Minot. 12. Benjamin Whitteraore. 

S. F. M'Cieary, Secretary. 


Directors of ihe House of Industry. 

Richards Cliild, Aaron 1'. Cleaveland, Joseph Lewis, 
Henry Edwards, JVlo.-es VVI)oeler, Dani<d Htnichiuan, 
Alvan Siniorids; Josiah Pi( rce, Charles F Barnard. 
John Porter, Superialendent. 

Overseers of the House of Correction. 

Luther Faulkner, Gror^e Darracott, Daniel Hastings, 
William T. Andrews, Billin;:s Brig;js. 

Cljarles Rohhins, blaster. 

Directors of the House of Reformation for 

Juvenile Offenders, 

John Rayner, Henry F. Baker, George B. Emerson, 
Zaehariah Jelhson, Edward Brooks, John L. Dinuuockj 
Joseph Hay, J^arra Crane, John D. Fisher. 

Francis C. Whislon, Superintendent. 

Samuel Norwood, Henry Bass, Thomas Jackson. 


Elisha Copeland, Jonathan Presrott, Thomas Holden, 
George Reed, Josiah Baldwin, Horatio Bass, Eh«'nezer 
Trescott, Elisha V. Glover, Ebenezer Shnte, George 
Roltinson, James Pierce, Michael Riley, John Henry, 
William Andrews, Willard Clongli, Derastus Clapp, 
John Reed, Malthins Ellis, Richard Hosea, Benjamin 
Brown, jr., Winthrop G. Babbit, William Loring. 

Superintendent of Puhlic Lands. — Abner Bourne. 

Surveyor General of Lumber. — George W. Otis, 

Sealer of Boats and Lighters. — Caleb Loring, Jr. 

Crier. — James Wilson. 

Hay Weighers. — John R. Bradford, Ebenezer Clough. 

Sealers of Weights and Measures. — Amos Stevens, 
John M. Dearborn. 

Fence Viewers. — Nathaniel Bradlee, Romanus Emer- 
son, Rolun Hartshorn, Abel Hewins. 

Cullers of Dry Fish. — Benjamin Clark, Benjamin 
Luckis,, Nathaniel Howe, Charles L. Pook. 

Cullers of Hoops and Staves. — James Brown, Benja- 
min Clark, Nathaniel Howe, Charles L. Pook. 

Inspectors o/Lewtc— -Francis James, Samuel Sprague. 


Assay Master. — Louis A. Lauriat. 

Hogrecvf^s, Haytcards and Field Drivers. — John B. 
Braid, John Mead. 

Pound, Keeper. — John 3Iead. 

Sur7)eyors of Hernp. — S. Devens, Benjamin Rich. 

Measurers of Wood coming to the City by Land — John 
R. Bradford, James Wilson, William Shaltuck, Samuel 
Phillips, Moses Hadley, William FisU. 

Measurers of Wood brouoht in by Water. — Jonathan 
Thaxtcr, Distrift No. 1. VVarren Bowker, District No. 
2. Daniel A. Rogers, District No. 3. Josiah Haskell, 
District No. 4. 

Undertakers.— ^amue.\ Winslovv, Martin Smith, Henry 
Davis, Joseph Wilcut, Thomas Murray, John Deluce, 
Oliver B. Alexander, Cyrus Babbit, Thomas Haskell, 
John B. Braid, Stephen S. Andrews, Joseph WilcuU, jr., 
Thomas Andrews, Edward Barrington, Jonathan Ath- 
erton, Francis Dillaway. 


Assistant Engineers. 

John Hammond James G. Satiderson 

Henry Smith Richard A. Newell 

David Kimball Charles S. Clark 

George M. Smith John Shellon 

William G. Eaton Theodore Washburn 

Asa Swallow Thomas B. Warren 

Eikr^ICS 157 BOSTON. 


William Appleton, Prcs. — Samuel Frothingham, Cash. 

Directors, elected .Vor^wfier 29, 1834.— William Ap- 
pleton, Thomas G. Cary, Horace Gray, George Hallet, 
John Hooper, A. C. Lombard, JamiiS K. Mills, James 
W. Paige, Daniel P. Parker, John Farker, R. D. Shep- 
herd, Francis Stanton, William Sturgis., 

1st Teller, Thomas Wiley. 2d Teller, Thomas L. 
Hutchinson. }st Eook-Kccper, iohu Tucl<er. 2d Book- 
Keeper, Charles Bartlett. Discount Clerk, Thomas Wat- 
erman. Collection Clerk, Gardner L. Chandler. Mcs- 
senger, Wni. L. Cazneau, Porter, Wyman Osborn. 



Transfer and Interest Clerk, O. W. Champney,. 


Pension Clerk, John S. Lilley. 

The Boston Banks elect their Officers in Oct, annually. 

Capital $500,000. 
riiny Cutler, President. — Benjamin Dodd, Cashier. 
Directors. — Piiny Cuflfr, Henry F. Paker, Jeierniah 
Hill, James Johnson. William F. Otis, William G. Lam- 
bert, Francis Fisher, Montii;omory Newell, James Pick- 
ens. S. Philbiick. B. D. Whitney, Amasa Walker. 

Teller, Richard Ward. Book-Keeper, Thomas Drown. 
Messenger, James Adams. 

AMERICAN BANK.— 70 State. 
Capital $500,000. 
Benjamin Fiske, President. — W. H. Odiorne, Cashier. 
Directors. — Benjainin Fiske, John S. Wriirht, Levi 
Brigham. Paul Farniim, Artlnir FruMcii, W. H. Gardi- 
ner, B. B. Grant, Gcorjie Odiome. 

Teller, Thotnas l>. Fearing. Book-Keeper, James 
Steele. Messenger, Thomas J. Bay ley. 

ATLAS BANK. -Congress. 
Capital $500,000. 
Edward Eldrediie^ President. — Joseph White, Cashier. 
Directors. — Edward Eldredge, George P. Bangs, John 
Borland, William Hales, Henry Lee. 

Book-Keeper, James Russell. Messenger, William 
Beck. Solicitor, Theophilus Parsons. 

Discount daily. 

BOSTON BANK.— 4(i State. 

Capital $000,000. 

Phineas Upham, President. — James C. Wild, Cashier. 

Directors. — N;ithan Appleton, Daniel C. Bacon, Josi- 

ah Bradlee, Sauuiel P. Blake, Samuel Cabot, Thomas 

B. Curtis, William J. Loring, Robert G. Shaw, William 

Sullivan, Henry Uphruju 

Solicitor, Wm. Sullivan. Teller, Robert Lash. Book' 
Keeper, Charles liaujuiatt. Messenger, (j'eurge Brecken- 
ridge. Discount every day. 

BANKS. 15 

Capital $.'>00,(100. 
Joseph Tilden, President. — William Coffin, Cashier. 
Directors — Palrick T. Jackson, (ifeorge W. Lyman, 
Thomas iVIotley, John (if. Torrey, J. J. Mason, William 
Amnry, Jolin T. Co<iliJiie, John Pickering. 

Teller, Thomas Swan. Book-Keeper, George Cnsh- 
ing. Messenger, James Keen. Snlicitur, John Picker- 
ing. Discount every day. 

Capital $500,000. 
John K. Simpson, President. — Charles Hood, Cashier. 
Directors. — John K. Simpson, Adams Bailey, Samnel 
D. Bradford, Andrew Durdap, Oliver Fletcher, John 
Henshaw, Hall J. How, Willianj Freeman, Elisha Parks, 
Samuel S. Lewis. F. S. Carrulh. 

1^/ 7'e//er, William Blaney. 2d Teller, F. W.Br](]ge. 
Book- Keeper, J. N. Farrar. Discount Clerk, Alhert Fitz. 
Messenger, Edward Barry. Porter, Lewis Jones. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

CITY BANK.— 61 State. 

Capital $1,000,000. 

Geo. Brinley, President — Eliplialet Williams, Cashier. 

Directors. — Isaac Bangs. Martin Brimmer, Thomas 

Cordis, Luther Faulkner, Phincas Foster, Jesse Putnam, 

Samuel K. Williairis. 

Teller, Francis Everett. ^Book-Keeper, Charles W. 
I'aylor. Discount Clerk, C. W. Hnlbrook. Messenger, 
Andrew Johonnot. Porter, Augustus Baird. 
Discount every day. 

Capital $r)0(),000. 
Parker H. Pierce, President.— J osvph Andrews, Cashier. 
Directors— Parker H. Pierce, John Albree, William 
Graves, Israel Lombard, Isaac Livermore, I. Scholfiejd, 
jr. Phitieas Spragiu!, Lsaac P. Townsend, A. B Wes- 
ton, Wm. S. Bridge, John H. Pearson, Wm. Perkins. 

Teller, Timothy Bryant. Book-Keeper, Jonas Ben- 
nett. Messenger, Gilman Davis. 

EAGLE BANK —61 State. 
Capital $500,000. 
TituB Welles, President.— John J. Fiske, Cashier. 


Directors. — William Almy, C. W. Cartwright, Benja- 
min French, William Goddard, Andrew Cunningham, 
Elijah Loring, Francis Skinner, William B. Swell, John 
Skinner, Benjamin L.Thompson, John Williams. 

Teller, Ilenry B. Odiorne. Book-Keeper, Joshua P. 
Blanchard. Messenger, Ebenozer Sampson. 

Discount days, Wednesdays and Saturdays. 

FRANKLIN BANK.— South Boston. 

Capital $150,000. 

Thomas Richardson, Pres — Benj. F. Hathorne, Cashier. 

Directors. — Thomas Richardson, Josiah Dunham, 

Thomas R. Dascomb, John H. Biid, Wm. H. Howard, 

Hugh Montgomery, Ebenezer Stevens, Alvan Simonds, 

John Mears, Ebenezer Hayward, Peleg Churchill. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

FULTON BANK.— 87 State. 

Capital $500,000. 

AmosBinney, Pres — Joseph C.Brodhead, Cashier. 

Uirectors. — Amos Binney, Samiiel J. Bridge, John 

M. Fiske, Daniel Hastings, John C. Hayden, Nestor 

Houghtor), Jonathan Howard, Reuben A. Lamb, Joseph 

Mariner, John Mellen, John K. Simpson, jr., H. B. 


Teller, Charles Hartshorn. Booh-Kceper, J. D. Ad- 
ams. Messenger, S. E. Emmons. 

Discount days, Wedtiesdays and Saturdays. 

/ GLOBE BANK.— 22 State. 

Capital $1,000,000. 

James Read, President. — Charles Sprague, Cashier. 

Directors. — James Read, Abel Adams, Stephen Fair- 
banks, Henry Hall, John Lamson, Payson Perrin, Lsaac 
C. Pray, John F. Priest, Ignatius Sargent, Benjamin Sea- 
ver, Enoch Silsby. 

1st Teller, Calvin Whiting. 2d Teller, C. F. Blanch- 
ard. Book-Keeper,0\\\GV G()\e. Discount Cleric, John 
Adams. Assistant Clerk, Charles R. Hayward. Mes- 
senger, William S. Nichols. Porter, Chauncey Peck. 
Solicitor, Charles P. Curtis. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

GRANITE BANK.— Commercial Wharf. 

Capital $500,000. 

John Binney, Pr6«</enf.— Archibald. Ffjster, Cashier. 

BANKS. 17 

Directors. — J. Binney, Benson Leavitt, J. Keltell, 
S.H.Rich, J. B. TreiueiH, B. Dodd, F. Goi.ld, J. V. 
Bacon, F. G. Sliaw, Geo. Denny, J. McGregor, JN. Faxon, 

'^''' HAMILTON BANK— 53 State. 

Capital $500,000. 
Wm. Thorndike, Piesi.dait. — Josej h Hull, jr. Cashier. 

Directors. — Williani Thorndike, Henry Ciibot, James 
Gushing, Daniel Denny, J. W. Edtnands, Ebenezer Fran- 
cis, George H. Kuhn, Willirxni Pliipps, VVillard Sayles, 
Thomas VVigglesworlh, Marshall P. Wilder. 

Teller, Otis Turner. Book- Keeper, Joseph L. Ham- 
amond. tMssistant Clerk and Messenger, Henry Hooper. 
Sorter, Horace L. Temple. 

' HANCOCK BANK.— Merchant's Row. 
Capital $500,000. 
Daniel D. Brodhead, Pres. — Edward S. Erving, Cash. 
Directors. — Dan.D. Brodhead, Richard Cobb, James 
C Dunn, Rufus Kendrick, George VV. Lewis, L. M. 
Parker, Richard Soule, Sle[)hen White. 

Teller, iSaniuel B. Dyer. Bonk- Keep er,F.\\\s B. Green. 
Messenger, Benjamin H. Barnes. 

Discount days, Tuesdays and Saturdays. 

MARKET BANK— City Wharf. 

Capital $500,000. 

WiHiam B. Reynolds, P/es—'l O. Mead, Cashier. 

Directors. — William B. Reynolds, Josiah Stickney, 

C. O. Whitmore, W. H, Delano, D. R. Griggs, John A. 

McGavv, A. H. Bowman, Benjamin Sewail. 

Teller, Samuel P. Oliver. Book-Keeper, Jonathan 
Brown, jr. Messenger, George Cvdfis. Purser, Charles 
S. Evans. 

Capital $800,000. 
William Parson.s, President. — Samuel Pay son, Cashier. 
Directors — William Parsons, Joseph Head, John L. 
Gardner, John Parker, jr., Jonathan Phillips, William 
D. Sohier, Samuel Torrey, Edward Tuckerman, Isaac 

Teller, Edward Sharp. Book-Keeper^ James Dodd. 


Discount Clerk, John H. Bowes. Messenger, Thomas 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

MERCHA^TS' BANK.— 65 State. 
Capmal- $750,000. 
Mark Healey, President — Franklin Haven, Cnslder. 
Directors. — Nathaniel V. Ciinningham, Ciiarles Ellis, 
Luke Fay, JVlark Healey, Samuel Henshaw, John B. 
Jone.s. Cushiiiii Mitchell, John C. Proctor, Jonas L. Sib- 
ley, William 'i'uckerman, Edmund VVinchester. 

/"c/Zfir. Thomas VV. Hooper. Discount C/erA;, Charles 
H. Eldridire. Collection Clerk, John Chorley. Book' 
Keeper, E. H, Severance. Messenger, Chester Sessions. 
Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays, 


Capital $1,000,000. 
Philip IVIarett, President. — E. P. Cliirk, Cashier. 
Directors —Philip MarcJtt, Samuel Dorr, Henry Gas- 
sett, Natlnmic! Godilard, Mace Tisdale, John D^ Wil- 
liams, Williiui) P. Winchester, Willi im VVorthington. 

]st Tdler, Chnilcs Nichols. 2d Teller, S. T. Thomp- 
son. Book-Keeper, John G. Nazro. Discount Clerk, E. 
P. Clark. Messenger and Porter, George Gibson. 

Discount daily. 

NORTH BANK.— 2G North Market. 

Capital $750,000. 

John W. Trull, President. — Gurdon Steel, Cashier. 

Directors. — John W. Trull, Jonas B. Brown, Isaiah 

Banjrs, James Davis, Oliver Eldredjic, A. H. Fiske, H, 

B. Humphrey, John T. Heard, Calvin Washburn, E. 

Williams, jr. Henry D. Gray. 

Teller, P. H. White. Book-Keeper, William M. Pray. 
Messenger^ Joseph W. Newell. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

ORIENTAL BANK.— 88 State. 

Capital $750,000. 

George W. Pratt, President. — Marcus Whiting, Cashier. 

Directors. — .losiali Pii^rce, J. Quiticy, jr. t^dward Cre- 

hore, Thatcher Magoun, jr. F, E. White, J. M. Brown, 

BANKS. 19 

WiHiam T. Eustis, E. H. Little, Charles Leighton, 
Henry Wirisor. 

\ St Teller, George F. Cook. Book-Keeper, WiWidim 
W. Willurd. Messenger, William Raymond, 2d. 

SOUTH BANK.— 40 State. 

Capital $500,000. 

John Preston. President. — Jolin J. Loring, Cashier. 

Directors. — WilTuun B. Doir, Benjamin Freeman, 

Freeman Fislier, Robert Edes, Prentiss Holibs, T. C. 

Kf.nd.'ill, Isaac Means, Soluinon Piper, J(din Preston, A. 

W. Tliaxter, jr. J(»hn Clark, James Weld. 

Teller, S. G. Davis. Book-Keeper, Joshua Child. 
Messenger, William H. Wlieeler. 

STATE BANK.— .5:^ State. 

Capital $1,800,000. 

E. A. Bourne, President. — George Homer, Cashier. 

Directors — Samuel Austin, jr. Benjamin Ban<:s, Levi 

Bartlett, E. A. Bourne, Charles Henshaw, David Ellis, 

Jacob Hall, Thomas 'Hiacher, J. H. Wolcott, Thomas 

P. Cii.cliitig, Samuel H. Babcock. 

}st Teller, Lucian Skinner. 2d Teller, Sylvester T. 
Goss. ist Book-Keeper, William E. Vincent. 2d Book- 
Keeper, Henry Pierce. Discount Clerk, Jonathan Call. 
Messenger, James H. Foster, jr. Porter, John White. 
Solicitor, James T. Austin. 

Discount days, Mondays and Thursdays. 

SUFFOLK BANK.— 65 State. 
Capital $750,000. 
Henry B. Stone, Prcs. — Matthew S. Parker, Cashier. 
Directors. — Joseph Baker, John Belknap, Geo. Bond, 
Eben. Breed, Samuel Hubbard, Wni. Lawrence, John A. 
Lowell, James Means, Benjamin R. Nichols, Jeffrey 
Richardson, Nathaniel P. Russell, Henry B. Stone. 

Paying Teller, Henry Jaques. Receiving Teller, Hen- 
ry Burroughs. Book-Kecper, Isaac C. Brewer. Dis- 
count C/erA-, Charles Emerson. Assistant Clerks, AUxq^ 
Skelton, Cyrus Smith. Porter, Rand Lord. 

Foreign Money Clerks. — William Grubb, jr. D. H. 
Belknap, J. Grubb, John Lakeman. 

Discount days, Wednesdays and Saturdaj^s. 


TRADERS' BANK— 9 India. 
Capital $500,000. 

David Dudley, Pres. — Epliruini L. Frotliin^ham, Cashier. 

Directors. — Benjuiriin F. Copeland, Jusliua Crane, 
David Dudley, Jabez Fisher, Prince Hawes, Jabez C. 
Howe, Deming Jarvis, Tiiomas Lord, George W. Crocii- 
elt, George Seaver, Zachariah Jellison, Henry Smitli. 

Teller, Thomas Browne, jr. Book-Keeper^ Jeremiah 
Gore, jr. Messenger, Thomas O. Brackelt. Solicilory 
Francis O. Watts. 

TREMONT BANK, 41 State. 

Capital $.500,000. 

S. T. Armstrong, President. — James Dalton. Cashier. 

Directors. — Vj. T. Andrews, S. T. Armstrong, Caleb 
Curtis, A. T. Hall, E. Train, H. H. Fuller, George A. 
Goddard, Isaac Stevens, G. Wheelock. 

Teller, Amos T. Frotliingham. Book-Keeper, Na- 
thaniel Clapp. Messenger aud Porter, Charles Slearns., 
Discount every day. 

UNION BANK —40 State. 

Capital 800,000. 

Samuel Fales, Pres. — Chester Adams, Cashier. 
Directors. — Lnke Carter, P. R. Dalton, Samuel Fales^ 
Jeremiah Fiicli, Ozias Goodwin, Giles Lodge, Thaddeus 
Nichols, jr. John Stearns, Thos. B. Wales, Mos. Wheeler. 
Teller, Samuel Parker. Book-Keeper, Nathaniel Em- 
mons. Discount Clerk, William Furness. Messenger^ 
Jonathan Trott. Porter, Oliver Jaquith. 

Discount daily. 

WASHINGTON BANK.— 471 Washington. 
Capital $500,000. 

Aaron Baldwin, President. — D. A. Sigourney, Cashier.. 

Directors. — Aaron Baldwin, Thomas Brewer, J. P. 
Cooke, Charles Davis, Windsor Fay, Francis Jackson,. 
Josiah Stedman, John Thompson, Moses Williams. 

Teller, J. J. Soren. Book-Keeper, J. A. Richards. 


zxTBURAisrcz: offices. 

American Insurance Company. 
54 Stale. — Capital $300,000. Dividends Jan. and July. 

Francis J. Oliver, President. — Chs. Stimpson, Sec'y. 

Directors. — Nathan Appleton, Samuel Appleton, 
Benjamin A. Gould, John Heard, jr. Caleb Loring, Sam- 
uel May, F. J. Oliver, P. P. Pope, Benjamin Rich, 
Robert G. Shaw, Horace Gray, Lot Wheelwright, Isaac 

Atlas Insurance Company. 
31 State.— Capital $300,000. Div. Jan. and July. 
Samuel A. Wells, Pres. — Andrew C. Dorr. jr. Secretary. 
Directors. — S. A. Wells, John Borland, George B. 
Blake, George Brinley, Edward Cruft, Richard Devens, 
Thomas Dennie, Edward Eldredge, John Harris, James 
Harris, Joseph W. Lewis, W. W. Parrott, R. D. Shep- 
herd, Phineas Sprague, Jeremiah Kahler. 

Messenger, William L. Barnes. 

Atlantic Insurance Company. 

29 State.— Capital $250,000. Div'ds Jan. and July. 

Francis Watts, President. — Robert Farley, Secretary. 

Directors. — S. D. Bradford, Charles Brown, Joseph 

V. Bacon, Deming Jarvis, Jabez How, Zachariah Jelli- 

son, Thaddeus Nichols, jr., Henry Oxnard. 

Boston Marine Insurance Company. 
52 State. — Capital $300,000. Dividends June and Dec. 
Daniel Sargent, President. — Joseph May, Sec'y. 
Directors. — Henry F. Baker, Edmund Baylies, Geo. 
B. Cary, Thomas B. Curtis, John L. Gardner, Robert C. 
Hooper, Robert C. Mackay, Thomas Parsons, Daniel 
Sargent, Joshua Thomas Stevenson, Thomas W. Ward, 
Stephen White. 

Messenger, Moody Merrill. 

Boston Insurance Company. 
56 State.— Capital $300,000. Div'ds March and Sept. 
Lemuel Pope, Pres. — Peter W. Freeman, Sec'y. 
Directors. — Lemuel Pope, John Bryant, Nathaniel 
Goddard, Giles Lodge, John F. Loring, William Law- 
rence, George Pratt, Moses Wheeler, Joseph H. Wolcot t. 


Boylston Fire and Marine Insurance Company. 
475 Washing.— Capital $300,000. Div. April and Oct. 
Aaron Baldwin, Prcs. — B. F. Willard-, Sec. 
Directors. — Aaron Baldwin, Thomas Brewer, J. P. 
Cooke, Richards Child, Charles Davis, Windsor Fay, 
Josiah Stedman, John Thompson, J. P. Townsend, 
Francis Jackson, Daniel Weld, Moses Williams. 

Columbian Insurance Company. 
43 State.— Capital $300,000. Divid. June and Decern. 
Charles Bradbury, Pres. — Edw. P. Meriam, Sec. 
Directors. — Charles Bradbury, R. Hooper, jr., Samu- 
el Hooper, James K.' Mills, A. E. Belknap, William Sav- 
age, Wm, Sawyer, Henry Sigourney, Thomas B. Wales.. 

Commercial Insurance Company. 

48 State.— Capital $200,000. Div. April and Oct. 
William J. Loring, President. — Lemuel Stanwood, See. 

Directors. — William J. Loring, Henry Lee, Ebene- 
zer Breed, D. C. Bacon, William Tucker, William G, 
Lambert, Rob. Hooper, jr. Israel Whitney, John Brown. 

Commonwealth Insurance Company. 
19 State.— Capital $300,000. Dividends April and Oct. 
John K. Simpson, Pres. — J. Stevens, Sec'y. 
Directors. — Adams Bailey, D D. Brodhead, Larra 
Crane, Scotlo Clark, Nathaniel Faxon, William Free- 
man, Henry Hatch, Hall J. How, David Henshaw, 
Charles Henshaw, diaries Hood, Samuel S. Lewis, 
William Parmenter, John Rayner, Jonas L. Sibley, 
Daniel Taylor, Nathaniel Thayer, jr., Wilham F. Whit- 
ney, Thomas J. Whittemore. 

Firemen^ s Insurance Company. 

13 State.— Capital $300,000. Div. Jan. and July. 
Thomas C. Amory, President. — S. G. Rogers, jr. Sec^y. 

Directors. — Thomas C. Amory, Samuel Austin, jr. 
Joseph P. Bradlee, John Collamore, jr. Joshua Crane, 
Josiah Daniell, John S. Ellery, William G. Eaton, Ed- 
ward G. Prescott, Benjamin Seaver, Ignatius Sargent, 
Benjamin Yeaton. 


Fishing Insurance Company. 
'20 Commercial .—Capital $1 00,000. Di v. Jan. and July. 
B. Sevvall, President. — Moses Sevvall, Secretary. 
Directors. — Benjamin Abrahams, John F. Banister, 
Robert Ripley, George Thatcher, Benjamin Sewall, Is- 
rael Lombard, William V. Kent, Benjamin Dodd, James 
A. Smith, John Snelling, C. Cole, C. F. Eaton. 

Franklin Insurance Company. 

44 State.— Capital $300,000. Div. Jan. and July. 

Francis Welsh, President. — William M. Byrnes, Sec'y. 

Ambrose Stanley, Clerk. 

Directors. — Francis Welsh, Samuel L. Abbot, F. H. 

Bradlee, Lemuel Crackbon, John Lamson, James Read, 

Isaac Stevens, Enoch Train, Eliphalet Williams, 

Globe Fire and Marine Insurance Company. 

63 State.— Capital $200,000. Div. Jan. and July. 
"William Hales, President. — James H. Lunt, Secretary. 

Directors. — William Hales, Atkins Adams, Francis 
Fisher, Samuel C. Gray, Henry Lunt, H. C. Mackay, 
C. C. Parsons, William Davis, jr. William Tucker. 
Messenger, S. Withington. 

Hope Insurance Company. 
' 15 State.— Capital $200,000. Div. April and Oct. 
Nehemiah Parsons, President. — Charles Brintnall, Sec'y. 
Directors. — Nehemiah Parsons, B. A. Gould, George 
W. Pratt, Epes Sargent, R. D. C. Merry, Phineas Fos- 
ter, John P. Rice, Philip Ammidon, Thomas Lord, Bela 
Hunting, John VV. Trull. 

Manufacturers'' Insurance Company. 

59 State.— Capital $300,000. Div. April and Oct. 
C W. Cartwright, President. — Samuel Hunt, Secretary. 

Directors. — C. W^. Cartwright, Ebenezer T. An- 
<3rews, John Bumstead, William Parker, E. A. Bourne, 
John Lemist, Edmund MuHroe, George Pratt, Amos 
Binney, Robert Rogerson, Wm. Shimmin, S. C. Thwing. 

Massachusetts Fire and Marine Insurance Co. 

45 State.— Capital $300,000. Div. March and Sept. 

Kathaniel G. Snelling, President. — John Center, Sec'y. 


Directors. — N. F. Cunningham, David Ellis, S. E. 
Greene, Abraham Howard, W. F. Otis, James Savage, 
C. C. C. Tucker, B. M. Watson, Enoch Silsby. 

Massachusetts Hospital Life Insurance Co. 

50 State— Capital $500,000. Dividend in January. 

William Prescott, Pres. 

Vice Presidents. — Samuel Appleton, Peter C. 
Brooks, Joseph Head, Samuel Hubbard, Charles Jack- 
son, John Lowell, John Parker, Joseph Peabody, Tho- 
mas H. Perkins, William Pratt, Josiah Quincy, David 
Sears, Nathaniel Silsbee, Joseph Tilden, Titus Welles. 

Directors. — Nathan Appleton, John Belknap, Na- 
thaniel Bowditch, John Bryant, Ebenezer Chadwick, 
Henry Codman, Patrick T. Jackson, Amos LawrencCy 
John A. Lowell, Thomas Motley, Daniel P. Parker, 
George Ticknor, Thomas Wigglesworth. 
Nathaniel Bowdhch, .Actuary. — Moses L. Hale, Sec'y. 
Receiver, George F. Flint. — Messenger, John P. Adams. 

Massachusetts Mutual Fire Insurance Company. 

Over 1-5 State. 
Charles Wells, President. — William Tufts, Secretary. 

Directors. — Ebenezer T. Andrews, Joseph Austin, 
George Bartlett, Edward Brooks, Charles P. Curtis, Eb- 
enezer Francis, John A. Lowell, William Lawrence, 
Joseph Lovering, Turner Phillips, Samuel May, Charles 

Wells, John D. Williams. 

Mercantile Marine Insurance Company. 

62 State— Capital $300,000. Div. May and Nov. 
Joseph Baker, President. — Nathaniel Meriam, Secretary. 

Directors. — Joseph Baker, Benjamin Bangs, Thomas 
Cordis, Peter R. Dalton, John G. Low, Samuel Fales, 
Jeremiah Fitch, John Hooper, James Johnson, Henry 
Lee, Charles T. Parsons. 

Merchants^ Insurance Company. 
38 State.— Capital $300,000. Div. April and Oct. 
Joseph Balch, President. — George Homer, Secretary. 
Samuel Tenney, Assist. Pres. — Edw. Stearns, Clerk. 
Directors. — Abbott Lawrence, George Hallet, Ar- 
thur French, Nathaniel Curtis, Tasker H. Swett, Benja- 


niin L.Thompson, Samuel Whitwell, Robert Hooper, jr. 
William Rollins, Elijah Loring, John Williams, Francis 
C. Lowell. 

JVational Insurance Company. 

24 State.— Capital $1,000,000. Div'ds April and Oct. 

Wrn. Thorndike, Pres. — Samuel W. Swett, Vice Pres. 

L. G. Russell, Secretary. 
Directors. — William Appleton, Daniel Denny, Isaiah 
Bangs, Samuel Hubbard, John A. Lowell, Dudley L. 
Pickman, Francis Skinner, George Bond, Ebenezer 
Francis, Daniel Kimball, John Hooper, Isaac Liver- 
more, Isaac Parker, George Searle, William Thorndike, 
Samuel W. Swett, George Howe, Stephen Fairbanks, 
William H. Gardiner, George H. Kuhn, James K. Mills, 
Thomas Wigglesworth, Willard Sayles, Marshall P. 
Wilder, Thomas Gray. 

JVeptune Insurance Company. 

Capital $200,000. Dividends January and July. 

C. Curtis, President. — J. H. Gardner, Sec'y. 

Directors. — C. 'Cuttis, David Devens,^Horace Scud- 

der, T. C. Smith,' J. P. Thorndike, Timothy Walker, 

Thatcher Magoun, jr. Gilman Stanley, Samuel Quincy. 

JVeio England Marine Insurane Company. 

36 State.— Capital $300,000. Dividends June and Dec. 
James Hall, President. — John Waters, Secretary. 
Directors. — James Hall, Peter C. Brooks, Josiah 
Bradlee, Joseph Tilden, Richard D. Tucker, William 
Appleton, Ozias Goodwin, Andrew Cunningham, Ed- 
mund Baylies, John Pickering, Stephen H. Perkins, 
James Parker. 

Messenger, George Golding. 

Ocean Insurance Company. 
39 State.— Capital $200,000. Dividends Jan. and July. 
Joseph H. Adams, President. — John Preston, Sic'y. 
Directors. — Joseph H. Adams, Benjamin Burgess, 
Henry Timmins, Edward D. Clark, Mark Healey, Fer- 
dinand E. White, Robert Edes, John Preston, P. J. 
Farnham, C B. Fessenden, Jabez Fisher, 2d. 


Protection Insurance Comjjany. 
23 State.— Capital 200,000. Dividends April and Oct. 
John Clark, President. — Sannuel Wheeler, Secretary. 

Directors. — John Clark, Benjamin C. Clark, Edward 
D. Clark, George Callender, Thomas R. Dascomb, John 
Preston, Theodore D. Parker, Benjamin F. Copciand, 
A. W. Thaxter, jr. 

Suffolk Insurance Company. 
State, corner Congress. — Capital $300,000. 
Dividends April and October. 
Samuel G. Perkins, Pres. — Pelhara W. Hayward, Sec'y. 
Directors. — Samuel G. Perkins, Samuel Austin, jr. 
Henry F. Baker, Benjamin C. Clark, Thomas G. Cary, 
Charles Cunningham, Thomas Dixon, George W. Ly- 
man, James K. Mills, William Oliver, Charles C. Par- 
sons, Robert B. Forbes, Henry Wainwright. 
Messenger, N. Wright. 

Tremont Fire and Marine Insurance Company. 

Head of Commercial Wf.— Capital $200,000. 

John Binney, President. — Archibald Foster, Secretary. 

Div. May and Nov. J. C. Binney, Jissistant Sec'y. 

Directors. — John Binney, G. Greenleaf, A. L. Rich- 
ardson, John Kettell, John Henshavv, E. Milton, J. Mc 
Gregor, A. Binney, J. Ripley, J. Hart, B. Dodd, Charles 
Wilkins, J. A. McGaw, P. Harvey, P. S. Shelton, F. G. 
Shaw^, D. D. Brodhead, J. C. Dunn, 1. Livermore, B. 
Fiske, S. White, R. Soule, S. S. Lewis, E. Train, H. Ox- 
nard, D.C.Bacon. 

United ^States Insurance Company. 
95 State.— Capital |200,000. Div'ds Jan. and July. 
Parker H. Pierce, President. — Robert Hale, jr. Secretary. 
Directors. — Benjamin Fiske, Benjamin Humphrey, 
Ammi C Lombard, John H. Pearson, Alfred Richard- 
son, William Perkins, Isaac Scholfield, jr. John Smith, 

Ezra Weston. 

Warren Insurance Company. 

13 State.— Capital $100,000. 

John L. Dimmock, Pres. — A. Stanley Whiting, Scc't/. 

Directors. — J. L. Dimmock, William Bramhall, Eli- 

sha Howes, Jairus B. Lincoln, Aaron Rice, Benjamin T. 

Reed, Gilman Stanley, George Thaxter, John Tyler, 

Henry Winsor, Aaron D. Weld, jr. 

Theophilus Pardons, Solicitor. 


Washington Fire and Marine Insurance Co. 

42 State.— Capital $200,000. Divid'ds April and Oct. 

Tiioinas Lamb_. Pres. — Isaac Sweetser, Sec'y. 

Directors. — Thomas Lamb, Samuel T. Armstrong, 

Daniel C. Bacon, J. T. Coolidge, Samuel Dorr, Wm. B. 

Reynolds, Benj. Sewall, John Skinner, M. H, Simpson. 


Office in Tremont street. Open every day from 9 till 

1 o'clock. 

President. — Jonathan Phillips. 

Vice Presidents. — Thomas L. Winthrop, Joseph Head, 
Joseph Tilden, John D. Williams, Andrew Ritchie, Na- 
than Appleton, Edward Tuckerman, Samuel Snelling, 
Samuel May, James T. Austin, Amos Lawrence, John 

Trustees. — Gideon Snow, James Savage, Abiel Chand- 
ler, Robert Waterston, Benjamin Guild, Peter O. Thach- 
er, Samuel Hubbard, John A. Lowell, Nathaniel G. 
Snelling, Edward Brooks, Samuel Dorr, John C. Gray, 
Daniel P. Parker, Francis J. Oliver, Thomas P. Gushing, 
Charles Wells, Ebenezer Chadwick, Robert G. Shaw, 
C. C. Parsons, Edward Cruft, Thomas B. Wales, Henry 
Gassett, William P. Mason, Samuel Bradlee. 

James Savage, Treasurer. — B. Guild, Secretary. 


City Wharf. 

President. — Pliny Cutler. 

Vice President. — Daniel C. Bacon. 

Secretary. — Thomas K. Davis. 

Treasurer. — Samuel H. Walley, jr. ^ 

Managers. — George Bond, George Hallet, Alfred 
Richardson, Thomas Lamb, N. A. Barrett, C. W. Cart- 
wright, Thomas Vose, James McGaw, George W. 
Crockett, D. D. Brodhead, Benjamin Seaver, James 
Means, W. S. Rogers, William Sturgis, FhineasSprague, 
Benjamin Rich, Peleg Churchill, Charles Brown, Wil- 
liam Goddard, William B. Reynolds, William W. Stone, 
William Worthington, J. W. Blake, Charles Scudder. 



Incorporated February 25, 1811. 

Annual meeting of the Corporation, in January. 

Visiters. — The Governor, Lieut. Governor, President 
of the Senate, Speaker of the Htmse of Representatives, 
with the Chaplains of both Houses, for the time being. 


President, Joseph Head, Esq. 
Vice President, Ebenezer Francis, Esq. 
Secretary, Nathaniel I. Bowditch, Esq. 
Treasurer, Nathaniel P. Russell, Esq. 

Trustees. — Thomas B. Curtis, John P. Thorndike, 
Francis C. Gray, Abbott Lawrence, Francis J. Oliver, 
E, H. Robbins, Edward Tuckerman, Josiah Quincy, jr. 
George Bond, Benjamin D. Greene, Samuel A. Eliot, 
Charles G. Loring. 

Two Departments. 
bi'lean asylum for the insane, in charlestown. 
Physician, Thomas G. Lee. 
Superintendent, Columbus Tyler. 

A Committee of the Trustees visit the Asylum every 
Tuesday, P. M. to admit and discharge Boarders, and 
inspect the establishment. If necessary, Boarders may 
be admitted or discharged at other times, and by any 

Every application for admission must be in writing, 
and accompanied with 

1. A certificate that the candidate is insane, and free 
from contagious disease. 

2. A certificate of his or her property, and of any 
friends liable for his or her maintenance. 

3. A certificate of the ability of the persons proposed 
as principal and surety in the obligation for payment of 

4. A history of the case from its commencement, and 
the medical treatment. 

No visiters are admitted on any part of the Lord's day. 



No boarders can be visited except by near relatives, or 
by others at their request in writing. 

[See printed rules and regulations.] 


Acting Surgeon, John C. Warren, M.D. 
Junior Surgeon, George Hay ward, M.D. 
Phj/sic/.ans, James Jackson, M.D., Walter Channing, 

M.D. and John Ware, M.D. 
Assistant Physician, John B. S. Jackson, M.D. 
Superintendent, Gamaliel Bradford, M.D. 



Edward Tuckerman, Chairm,an. 
Samuel H. Wallev, Isaac Winslow, N. L. Frothing- 
ham, T. B. Wales, Gideon F. Thayer, Samuel T. Arm- 
strong, Samuel May, J. Greely Stevenson, Jonathan 
Phillips, Nathaniel P. Russell, Pliny Cutler. 
George H. Snelling, Secretary. 

Gideon Snow. 

Consulting Physicians. 
John Randall, M.D. Stiloraon D. Townsend, M.D. 

Visiting Physicians. 

Ezra Palmer, jr. M.D. District of Wards 1 and 3. 

John Sargent, M.D. " Ward 2. 

Edward Warren, M.D. " Ward 4. 

Joseph Roby, M.D. " Wards 5, 6 and 7. 

James B. Gregerson, M.D., Fort Hill District. 
Edward L. Cunningham, M.D., Broad street District. 
J. B. S. Jackson, M.D., District of Ward 10. 
Paul Simpson, M.D. " Ward 11. 

W. A. Foster, M.D. " Ward 12. 

Caleb S. Whitman, M.D., South Boston. 


Joseph M. Smith, 138 Washington street. 





19 Pearl street. 

President, Jonathan Phillips. 
Vice President, T. H. Perkins. 
Treasurer, Richard D. Tucker. 
Secretary, Samuel G. Howe. 

Trustees. — T. G. Cary, Edward Brooks, Pliny Cutler, 
John D. Fisher, John Homans, Samuel P. Loud, Wil- 
liam P. Mason, Horace Mann, J. A. Lowell, William H. 
Prescott, Robert Rantoul, Samuel May. 

Director, Samuel G. Howe. 


Boston Asylum and Farm School. Edw. S. Rand, Sec. 
Boston Lying-in Hospital. James Savage, President. 
British Society. William S. Skinner, President. 
Charitable Association of the Boston Fire Department. 

Thomas C. Amory, President. 
Franklin Typographical Society. Oliver Ditson, Pres. 
Howard Benevolent Society. Charles Tappan, Pres. 

Moses Grant, Treasurer. 
Irish Society. John C. Park, President. 
Mass. Char. Fire Society. John Heard, President. 
Mass. Char. Mech. Assoc. Stephen Fairbanks, Pres. 
Mass. Humane Society. Benj. Rich, President. 
Mass. Char. Society. William C. Hunneman, President. 
Port Soc. of Boston and Vicinity. Henry Cabot, Pres. 
Scottish Society. James Kelt, President. 
Seamen's Friend Society. Tho's D. Quincy, Treasurer. 
Widows' Society. Mrs. Jonathan Amory, President. 


First Church, Chauncey place, JVathaniel L. Frothingham. 
Second Church, Hanover street, Chandler Robbins. 
First Baptist Church, Hanover street, William Hague. 
Old South Church, Washington st., Samuel H. Stearns. 
King's Chapel, School street, F. W. P. Greenwood. 
Church in Brattle street, Samuel K. Lothrop. 
Church in Essex street, JVehemiah Adams. 
New North Church, Hanover st. Francis Parkman. 
New South Church. Summer street, Alexander Young. 



Christ Church (Episcopal), Salem st. William Croswell. 

Church in Hollis street, John Pierpont. 

Church in Federal street, W. E. Channing, d. d. and E. 

S. Gannett. 
Trinity Church (Episcopal), Summer street, Jonathan 

M. Wainw right, d. d. 
West Church, Lynde street, Charles Lowell, d. d. 
Second Baptist Church, Salem street, Baron Stow. 
Universalist Church, N. Bennet st. Sebastian Streeter. 
Church of the Holy Cross (Roman Catholic), Franklin 

street, Rt. Rev. B. Fenwick, William Tyler, Michael 

Healy, John Curtin. 

First ]\leth. Epis. Church. N. Bennet st. Daniel Fdmore. 

Second Meth. Ep. Church, Bromfield st. John Lindsey. 

Bethel Church, North square, E. T. Taylor. 

African Baptist Church, Belknap street. 

Charles street Baptist Church, Daniel Sharp, d. d. 

Park street Church, Joel H. Linsley. 

Second Universalist Church, School st. Hosea Ballon. 

St. Matthew's Church (Epis.), S. Bos. Horace L. Conelly. 

St. Paul's Church (Epis.), Tremont st. John S. Stone. 

Mariner's Church, Purchase street, Daniel M. Lord. 

Central Universalist Society, Bulfinch street, Paul Dean. 

Twelfth Cong. Soc. Chambers street, Samuel Barrett. 

Epis. City Mission Chapel, 46 Wash. st. Jlsa Eaton, d. d. 

Church in Green street, William Jenks, d. d. 

Church in Purchase street, George Ripley. 

Grace Church (Epis.), Amory Hall, Zechariah Mead. 

Church in Bowdoin street, Hubbard Winsloio. 

Christian Society, Summer st. cor. Sea, Joshua V. Himes. 

Church, South Boston, Lemuel Capen. 

Second Cong. Church, S. Boston, Joy H. Fairchild. 

Federal street Baptist Church, Howard Malcom. 

New Jerusalem Church, Phillips place, Thos. Worcester. 

Baptist Church, South Boston. 

Church in Salem street, George W. Blagden. 

South Cong. Soc. Washington street, Mellish I. Motte. 

African Methodist Chapel, Samuel Snowden. 

Church in Pine street, ^rtemas Boies. 

Universalist Society, South Boston, Benj. Whittemore. 

Friends Society, Milton place. 

Third Meth. Ep. Church, Piedmont street, Mel Stevens. 

Franklin street Church, cor. Federal and Franklin sts. 

{)5= Those Societies not otherwise designated, are Congrega- 




»Rrranged according to the time of their Admittance. 

William Spocner 
James Jackson, 40 Summer street 
Benjamin ShurtlefF, 134 Tremont street 
John C. Warren, 2 Paili street 
John Randall, 20 Winter street 

George C. Shattuck, Staniford st. cor. of Cambridge st. 
John B. Brown, 2 Montgomery place 
Walter Channing, Tremont st. opposite Tremont house 
Jacob Bigelow, 27 Summer street 
George Hayward, 154 Tremont street 
George Parkman, Bowdoin street 
Williams Bradford, South Boston 
Abner Phelps, 49 Congress street ' 
Zabdiel B. Adams, 21 Pearl street 
Solomon D. Townsend, IG Somerset street 
John Ware, Tremont street 
David Osgood, Winter street 
Samuel A. ShurtlefF, Pemberton Hill 
Enoch Hale, 34 West street 
Samuel Adams, 34 School street 
Edward Reynolds, jr. 12 Winter street 
Woodbridge Strong, 18 Winter street 
John Jeffries, 15 Franklin street 

Thomas W. Parsons, surgeon-dentist, 16 Winter street 
Josiah F. Flagg, surgeon-dentist, 11 Winter street 
George B. Doane, 68 Court street 
Chandler Robbins, Franklin, corner of Hawley street 
Jerome V. C. Smith, Health Office, City Hall, Quaran- 
tine Physician of the Port 
George W. Otis, jr. office Court sq. house Bulfinch 
Edwin Adams, 27 Tremont street 
Samuel Morrill, Sullivan place, Federal street 
Winslow Lewis, jr. Boylston, corner of Pleasant street 
Charles T. Hildreth, 3 Beach st., opposite Wash. Bank 
D. Plumphreys Storer, 14 Winter street 
Joshua B. Flint, 15 Green street 

J. Greely Stevenson, School, corner of Tremont street 
John Flint, 20 Tremont street 


John C. Hayden, Bowdoin, corner of Cambridge street 

Jonas H. Lane, 170 Washington street 

Edward G. Davis 

Joseph W. McKean, 12 Hanover street 

Martin Gay, 48 Milk street 

Alexander Thomas, 35 Treniont street ^ 

John D. Fisher, 11 Hay ward place 

Nathan C. Keep, surgeon-dentist, Tremont place . 

Frederick A. Sumner, jr. 24 School street 

John B. Stebbins, South Boston 

Charles Choate, 27 Howard street 

William Grigg, 30 Atkinson street 

Charles Walker 

Benjamin T. Prescott, Portland street 

Giles H. Lodge, 5 Hanover street 

John C. Howard, West street 

Charles T. Jackson, 11 Hanover street 

Daniel T. Coit, 12 High street 

Thomas Gray, jr. 187 Washington street 

John B. S. Jackson, Bedford place 

John Hornans, 157 Tremont street 

Edward J. Davenport, Williams, corner Federal street 

Henry Dyer. 7 Green street 

Daniel Harvvood, surgeon-dentist, 145 Tremont st. 

Augustus A. Gould, 7 Howard street 

Calvin Ellis, Summer street 

Marshall S. Perry, 407 Washington street 

Abraham A. Watson, Washington corner Kneeland st. 

Thomas H. Thompson, Hanover street 

Levi B. Gale, 24 Atkinson street 

George Bartlett, Green, corner Chambers street 

Edward Warren, Bumstead place 

Benjamin F. Wing, Tremont House, Tremont street 

Ambrose Seaton, 106 Purchase street 

James Wood, 11 Atkinson street 

William G. Hanaford, 10 Hanover st. 

Paul Stimpson, jr. Pearl street 

Ezra Palmer, jr. 52 Hanover street 

Joseph Roby, 161 Court street 

Howard Sargent, 13 Chesnut street 

Edward L. Cunningham, Summer street 

Caleb S. Whitman, South Boston 

Asa B. Snow, 136 Hanover street 

Jesse Chickering, 1 Beach street 

William E. Foster, Washington street 


Henry A. Ward, Sullivan place, Federal street 

Charles G. Putnam, Winter street 

Alpheus Proctor, Federal street 

James B. Gregerson, Lincoln street 

Josiah Kittredge, Washington street 

John Odin, jr. corner Tremont and Elliot streets 

W. W. Dwight 

N. B. ShurtlefF, 134 Tremont street 

Francis H. Gray 

Joseph D. Fales, 256 Washington street 

H. D. Bowditch, Washington street, opposite Franklin st. 

J. MorJarty, 98 Court street 

H. G. Clark, Hanover street 


The hours at lohich they start from and arrive at Boston. 

From Messrs. Badger and Porter's last " Stage Register." 

Albany Accom. leaves 34 and 42 Hanover st. Mon. 
Wed. and Fri. at 2 a m, and arrives in Boston the fol- 
ing days at 6 p m. 

Albany, via Brattleborough, Vt. leaves Brigham's, 42 
Hanover st. Mon. Wed. and Fri. at 2 a m, and arrives at 
8 pm. following evenings. 

Albany Accom. via Northampton, leaves 36 Hanover 
St. Tues. Th. and Sat. at 2 a m, and arrives Mon. Wed. 
and Fri. at 8 p. m. 

Albany Daily stage leaves 34 and 42 Hanover st. at 2 
a m, arrives 7 pm. 

Albany Mail, via Northampton, leaves 34 Hanover 
St. Mon. Wed. and Fri. at 2 a m, and arrives next days 
at 7 p m. 

Albany Mail, via Springfield, leaves 34 Hanover street 
Tues. Th. and Sat. at2 a m, and arrives Mon. Wed. and 
Fri. at 7 p m. 

Albany and Troy leaves 7 Brattle, Mond. Wed. and 
Friday ai 2 p. m. 

Amherst, Windsor, and Burlington Mail, leaves City 
Tavern every morning at 7, and arrives at 3pm. 

Andover, leaves City Tavern every day, Sundays ex. 
at 3 p m, and arrives at 10. 

Athol Accom. leaves 42 Hanover st. Tues. Th. and 
Sat. at 7 a m, arrives the following days at 6 p. m. 

Attleboro' East. City Tavern/Tues. Thurs.^ and Sat- 
urdays, at 12 m. 


Barre, leaves Wesson's, Hanover st. Tues. Th. and 
Sat. at 7 am, arrives the following evenings at 5 p m. 

Barre, Greenfield, and Albany Mail, leaves Wilde's, 
11 Elm St. Tu. Th. and Sat. at 2 a ra, and arrives Mon. 
Wed. and Fri. at 7 p m. 

Bristol, R. I. Mail, via Taunton, leaves Marlboro' Ho- 
tel every day except Sun. at half past 7 a m. 

Brookline, leaves Norfolk avenue every day except 
Sunday, at S and 10 1-2 am, and 1-2 past 2, 4, and 6 pm. 

Beverly, leaves City Tavern every day except Sun. at 

4 p m, and arrives at 10 a m. 

Brattleboro', Vt. and Albany Mail, leaves 9 Elm st. 
Tu. Th.and Sat. at 7am." 

Brattleboro' Mail leaves 11 Elm st. every day except 
Saturday, at 5 a m. 

Concord, N. H. and Burlington, Vt. leaves 9 Elm st. 
every day. 

Concord, N. H. via Lovi^ell, leaves Marlboro' Hotel 
Mon. Wed. and Fri. at 7 a m, and arrives next days at 

5 pm. 

Concord, via Andover, leaves 9 Elm st. Tu. Th. and 

Concord, N. H. Mail, leaves 11 Elm st. every morn- 
ing except Mon. at 7. 

Concord, Hanover, Burlington, and Montreal and Que- 
bec Mail, leaves 11 Elmst . every morning except Sun. 
at 7. 

Concord, N. H. and Merrimack leaves 11 Elm st. 
Mon. Wed. and Fri. at half past Gam, and arrives Tu. 
Th. and Sat. at 5 p m. 

Concord Accom. leaves Brigham's, 42 Hanover st. 
Mon Wed. and Sat. at 3 p m, and arrives at 9 a m. 

Charlestown Hourly, leaves 51 Brattle st. 

Cambridge Hourly, leaves 51 Brattle st. 

Cambridgeport Hourly, leaves 51 Brattle street. 

Canton, leaves Jennings's, 9 Elm st. Mon. Tues. 
Thyrs. and Sat. at 4 p m. 

Dover, N. H. leaves 85 Ann st. every morning except 
Sunday at 8, and arrives at 4 p m. 

Dorchester and South Boston, leaves 158 Washington 
St. at 9 a m, 2 and 6 pm. 

Dorchester and Milton, leaves 11 Elm st. every day 
Sun. ex. at half past 12, and 5 pm. 

Dedham, leaves Jennings's, 9 Elm st. daily, at 4 p m, 
and arrives at 9 a m. 


Duxbury Mail, leaves City Tavern every day except 
Sunday at 9 a m. 

Dudley, leaves 34 Hanover st. Tu. Th. and Sat. 7 am. 

East Sudbury and Rutland Mail, leaves 34 Hanover 
street, Tu. Th. and Sat. mornings at 8, and arrives Mori. 
Wed. and Fri. at 4 p m. 

Fitchburgh, Fitzwilliam and Brattleboro' Mail, leaves 
Wilde's, 11 Elm st. Tu. Th. and Sat. at 5 a m, and ar- 
rives Mon. Wed. and Fri. at G p. m. 

Fitchburgh, Keene, N. H. and Rutland, Vt. leaves 11 
Elm St. every day except Saturday at 4 a m. 

Groton Accom, leaves Brigham's, Hanover st. Tu. Th. 
and Sat. at 9 a m, and Mon. Wed. and Saturdays at 10 
a m, and arrives Mon. Wed. and Fri. at 4 p. m. 

Haverhill, Ms. Dover, N. H.and Portland, Me. leaves 
11 Elm St. every day except Sunday at half past 7, and ar- 
rives at 6 p m. 

Hyannis Mail, leaves City Tavern Mon. Wed. and Fri. 
at 3 a m. 

Hopkinton, N. H. leaves 11 Elmst. Tu. Thu. and Sat. 
at 7 a m, and arrives Mon. Wed. and Fri. at 6 p m. 

Hartford, leaves Wilde's, 11 Elm st. every day except 
Sunday at4 a m, and arrives every evening ex. Sun. 

Hartford daily Mail every day except Sunday from 
34 Hanover st. 

Hartford, leaves 34 Hanover st. Mon. Wed. and Fri. 
at 9 a m, and arrives next days at 2 p m. 

Hartford, leaves City Tavern daily except Sunday at 
10 a m. 

Haverhill and Andover Accom. leaves Wilde's, Elm st. 
Mon. Wed. and Fri. at half past 2 pm, and arrives at half 
past 12, 

Hingham, leaves 9 Elm st. everyday except Sunday at 
4 pm, and arrives at 9 a ra. 

Jamaica Plains leaves Norfolk av. at 10 a ra and at 4 
p m daily. 

Keene, N. H. Mail, leaves Brigham's, 42 Hanover st. 
every morning at 5 and arrives same evening. 

Keene, N. H., via Lowell, leaves 9 Elm st. Tu. Th. 
and Sat. at 5 a m, arrives following afternoon. 

Lowell, Nashua, Amherst, N. H. and Francestown, 
leaves Suffolk and Marlborough Hotels Tu. Th. and 
Sat. mornings at 7, and arrives Mon. Wed and Fri. 

Lowell, leaves 9 Elm st. every day except Sunday at 
7 and Sam arid 2 and 3 pm, 

Lancaster and Fitchburgh Accom. leaves City Tavern 


Tu. Th. and Sat. mornings at 8, and arrives Mon. Wed. 
and Friday at 2 p m. 

Lynn and Saugus, leaves 9 Elm st. daily at 4 p m. 

Medfield, Medway, and Mendon, leaves 158 Washing- 
ton St. and 11 Elm st. Mon. Wed. and Fri. at 6 a m, and 
arrives next days at 5 pm. 

Methuen, leaves City Tavern daily at 3 p m. 

Medford, leaves 9 Elm st. 9am and 8 pm, and on 
Sat. at 9 p m. 

Medford, leaves Wilde's, 11 Elm st. every day except 
Sun. at half past 12 and 6 pm. 

Montreal, leaves Boston Mon. Wed. and Fri. mornings. 

Marshfield, leaves City Tav. Tu. Th. and Sat. at9 am. 

Marblehead, leaves City Tavern every day except Sun. 
at half past 4 p m, and arrives at 10 am. 

Nashua and Concord, N. H. Mail, leaves 11 Elm st. 
Tu. Th. and Sat. at 7 a m, and arrives Mon. Wed. and 
Fri. at 6 p m. 

New Bedford Accom. leaves City Tavern Mon. Wed. 
and Fri. at 8 and half past 11 a m, and arrives next days. 

New Bedford Mail via Taunton, leaves Marlboro' Ho- 
tel Tu. Th. and Sat. mornings at half past 7 and half past 
8, and arrives Mon. Wed. and Fri. evenings. 

Newport Mail, leaves Marlborough Hotel every day, 
Sunday excepted, at 7 a m, and arrives p m. 

Newburyport, Exeter and Dover, N. H. Accom. leaves 
85 Ann st. every morning except Sun. at half past 7, and 
arrives at 6 p m. 

, Newburyport and Amesbury, leaves 85 Ann st. every 
day except Sun. at 1 p m, and arrives at 1 p m. 

Newton, Needham, Natick, Sherburne, Holliston, Mil- 
ford, Mendon and Uxbridge Daily line, leaves Wilde's, 
11 Elm St. Mon. Wed. and Fri. at 7 a m, and Tu. Th. 
and Sat. at half past 11 a ra. 

New York Mail, leaves 34 Hanover st. every day at 
10 p m, arrives every day at 12 m. 

Norwich Steamboat Line, leaves 11 Elm st. Mon. and 
Thursday mornings at half past 3. 

Plymouth Accom. leaves City Tavern Tu. Th. and Sat. 
at 10 a m, and half past 12 p m. 

Plymouth, Sandwich, and Barnstable Mail, leaves City 
Tavern every morning except Sun. at half past 6, ar- 
rives p m. 

Portland, Me. Mail, leaves Eastern Stage House every 
day at half past 4 p m, and arrives at 6 a ni. 


Portland, via Portsmouth, leaves 84 Ann st, every 
morning except Sun. at 8, and arrives at5 p m. 

Peter'borough, N. H., leaves Elm st. Tu. Th. and Sat. 
mornings at 7, and arrives Mon. Wed. and Fri. at4 p m. 

Providence Citizen's Stage, leaves Marlborough Hotel 
every morning at 5 and half past 6. Accom. Stage leaves 
every week day at 12, and Sunday half past 7 a m. 

Providence Union line, leaves Brigham's, 42 Hanover 
St. every week day at 5, and on Sunday at 9 a m. An 
Accom. leaves same place every week day at 12 m. 

Providence Tremont Coaches, leave City Tavern and 
Wash. Coffee House every day at 5 a m, Sundays at 9. 

Portsmouth Accom. leaves 84 Ann st. every morning 
except Sunday at half past 7, and arrives at 5 p m. 

Q,uincy, leaves Jenning's, Elm st. every day except 
Sunday at 4 p m, and arrives at half past 8 am. 

Roxbury hourly, from Norfolk avenue. 

Salem Stage, leaves 11 Elm st. daily, except Sundays, 
at half past 8am and 4 p m. 

Salem, leaves 42 Hanover st. daily, except Sunday, at 
half past 9am and 4 p m, on Sunday at half past 8. 

Salem, leaves City Tavern and Marlboro' Hotel daily 
except Sunday, at 9 and 11 a m, and 3, 4,5 and 6 p m. 

Salem, leaves 9 and 11 Elm st. every day, except Sun- 
day, at 3 and half past 4 pm. 

Stow, Bolton, and Lancaster Accom. leaves 11 Elmst. 
every day except Sat. at 4 p m. 

South Boston, leaves Mansion House, Milk st. at 9 
and 11 am, and 1, 3, and 6 p m. 

South Reading, leaves 11 Elm st. daily, except Sun- 
day, at 4 p m, arrives at 9 a m. 

Taunton, leaves Marlborough Hotel every day except 
Sunday, at 12 m, and 2 pm. Mail leaves at 5 a m. 

Westborough, Centre and Worcester Accom. leaves 
34 Hanover st. Tu. Th. and Sat. at 9 a m, and arrives 
Mon. Wed. and Fri. at 1 p m. 

Woburn, leaves Jenning's, 9 Elm st. Mon. Wed. and 
Sat. at 4 p m, arrives same days at 9 a m. 

Worcester Accom. leaves 34 Hanover st. Mon. Wed. 
and Fri. at 10 am, and arrives Tu. Th. and Sat. at 1 p m. 

Woonsocket Falls, R. I. leaves Washington Coffee H. 
Tu. Th. and Sat. at 12 m, arrives next days at 1 p m. 

Middlesex Canal Packet Boat, leaves the landing, 
Charlestown, Tu. Th. and Sat. at 8 a m. A stage leaves 9 
Elm St. at half past 7 a ra, to convey passengers to the boat. 



Steamboat for Portsmouth, leaves Mond. Wed. and 
Tri. at 7 a m, 

Hingham Steam Boat, leaves Foster's Wf. daily except 
Sunday at 9 a m, and 5 p m. 

Steam boat Bangor leaves Lewis's wf. Sat. 5 pm, for 
Portland and Bangor, and for Portland every Thursday at 
5 pm. 

Fall River and Newport, arrives every Wed. and Sat- 
in the morning, and leaves in the afternoon of the same 
days. Order box at City Tavern. 

Greenfield order box at City Tavern. 

Hubbardstown order box at 52 N. Market. 

Haverhill, Andover, and Boston Baggage Waggon, ar- 
rives Tu. and Fri. and leaves the same days. Order box 
at Leavitt's, 84 Ann street. 

Lynn, arrives and leaves every day. Order box at 52 
North Market street. 

New Bedford, arrives every Wed. and Fri. and leaves 
every Th. and Sat. Order box at City Tavern. | 

Northampton, leaves every Mon. Order box at Brig- 
ham's, Union street, and 74 State street. 

Providence, arrives and leaves every week day. Or- 
der box at City Tavern. <• 

Salem, arrives and leaves every day, Sundays except- 
ed. Order box at Leavitt's and City Tav. 

Salem and Marblehead, arrives and leaves every day ; 
also leaves for Newburyport, through Ipswich and Row 
ley, Wed. and Sat. Order box 84 Ann street. 

South-Reading order box at 52 N. Market. 

Taunton and Bristol arrives and leaves every week 
day. Order box at City Tavern. 

Wareham, arrives Wed. and leaves Thurs. Order box 
at City Tavern. 


No. 1. — From Winnesimit Ferry, westerly side of 
Hanover to Prince street, the northerly side of Prince to 
Thacher street, the northerly side of Thacher and Med- 
ibrd streets to the sea. 



No. 2. — FroMi Winnesimit Ferry, the easterly side of 
Hanover street, to Cross street, the northerly side of 
Cross street, east to the sea. 

No. 3. — Southerly side of Medford, Thacher and 
Prince streets to Hanover street, westerly side of Hanover 
street to Cross street, southerly side of Cross street, east 
to the sea, thence to North Market street, and through 
Market square to Union street, the northerly side of Union 
to Hanover St. the westerly side of Hanover to Friend 
street, the northerly side of Friend street to Charles river. 

No. 4. — Southerly side of Friend to Hanover street, 
the easterly side of Hanover to Union street, the south- 
erly side of Union street through Market square and 
North Market street, thence to the end of Long wharf — 
including the islands in the harbor — north side of State 
street from the head of Long wharf through Court street, 
Bowdoin square and Cambridge street, to Staniford street, 
through Staniford street on the easterly side to Leveret 
place, through Leveret place on the northerly side to 
Prospect street, from thence on the easterly side of Pros- 
pect street to Causeway street, on the northwesterly side 
of Causeway street to Friend street. 

No. 5. — From the southwestern end of Causeway street 
through Prospect street, to Leveret place, on the south- 
erly side of Leveret place, to Staniford street, thence 
through Staniford street on the westerly side to Cam-, 
bridge street, thence through Cambridge street on the 
northerly side, to West Boston Bridge, thence by the 
river to Causeway street. 

No. 6. — From West Boston Bridge, south side of Cam- 
bridge, to South Russell street, westerly side of South 
Russell to Myrtle street, southerly side of Myrtle to Bel- 
knap street, westerly side of Belknap to Beacon street, 
thence through Beacon street, westerly to Charles river, 
thence by the river to West Boston Bridge. 

No. 7. — From Beacon, the easterly side of Belknap to 
Myrtle street, the northerly side of Myrtle to South Rus- 
sell, the easterly side of South Russell to Cambridge 
street, the southerly side of Cambridge street, Bowdoin 
square and Court street, to Washington street, the wes- 
61 ly side of Washington street to West street, northerly 
side of West to Tremont street, northerly by the easterly 
side of Tremont street to Park street, north side of Park 
to Beacon street, tlie northerly side of Beacon to Belknap 


No. 8. — Washington street, on tlie easterly side, to 
Bedford street, through Bedford and Summer streets, on 
the northerly side, to the sea, thenne to Russia wharf, 
thence through Atkinson street, on the westerly side, to 
Milk street, through Milk to Kilby street, on the nortii- 
erly side, through Kilby, on the westerly side, to State 
street, thicugh State street, on the southerly side, to 
Wasliington street. 

No. 9. — From the northerly end of India street, the 
southerly side of State, to Kilby street, the easterly side 
of Kilby to Milk street, the soutiierly side of Milk to At- 
kinson street, the easterly side of Atkinson street to the 
sea, thence by the sea to the northerly end of India st. 

No. 10. — From the southwest side of Bull's wharf, the 
southerly side of Bedford and West streets, to Tremont 
street, through Tremont to Boylston street, the northerly 
side of Boylston and Essex streets to Front street, easter- 
ly side of Front st. to the sea, by the sea to Bull's wf. 

No. 11. — The westerly side of Front street to Essex 
street, the southerly side of Essex and Boylston streets, 
through Charles street to the Mill Dam, thence by 
Charles river to Pleasant street, across Pleasant to Elliot 
street, the northerly side of Elliot to Warren street, the 
easterly side of Warren to Washington street, the west- 
erly side of Washington street to Pine street, the north- 
erly side of Pine street to the sea, thence by the sea to 
Front street. 

No. 12. — The southerly side of Pine, across Washing- 
ton street, to Warren street, the westerly side of Warren 
to Elliot street, the south(;rly side of Elliot, across Plea- 
sant street, to Charles i-iver, <ind all southerly of the 
above, including South Boston. 


Advocate of Moral Reform, 19 Washington 
Adjutant and Quarter Master General's Office, State H 
Aldermen's Room, City Hall 

American Acad, of Arts and Sciences' Library, 50 State 
American Baptist Magazine, 41 Washington 
American Magazine, 47 Court 

American Education Society, room 52 W^ashinglon 
American Institute, 131 Wiishington 
American Ladies' Magazine, 3b2 Washington 


American Traveller, office 63 Court 

Annals of Education, Washington, corner of School 

Appraisers of Customs, Custom-house street 

Apprentices' Library, 3 Cornhill 

Aqueduct Office, 8 City Hall, shop Front 

Assessors' Room, Faneuil Hall 

Asylum for Female Orphans, Essex 

Auditor's Office, City Hall 

Baptist Magazine, 43 Washington 

Baptist Missionary Rooms, 16, 17 and 18 Joy's building 

Boston Athenagum, Pearl 

Boston Bewick Company, 47 Court 

Boston Courier, Congress 

Boston and Concord Boating Company — landing, Pond^ 
near Charlestown bridge 

Boston Children's Friend Society, 83 Prince 

Boston Daily Advertiser and Patriot, 6 & 8 Congress 

Boston Daily Atlas, 18 State 

Boston Dispensary, 138 Washington 

Boston Gazette and Daily Advertiser, Congress 

Boston Iron Company, 8 Commercial wharf 

Boston Hemp Manufacturing Co. 7 Commercial wf, 

Boston Observer, 147 Washington 

Boston and Lynn India Rubber Company, 52 Water 
Boston Beer Company, 6 Lindall 

Boston Pearl and Literary Gazette, 19 Water 

Boston Chemical Company, 16 Devonshire 

Boston Library, over the Arch, Franklin place 

Boston and Lowell Rail Road, Depot bottom of Leveret 

Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, 184 Washington 

Boston Medical Library, in the Athenaeum, Pearl 

Boston Manufacturing Company, 3 Oliver 

Boston and Sandwich Glass Company, 103 Milk 

Boston Recorder, 19 Water 

Boston Soapstone Manufactory, Cross cor. Charlestown 

Boston Spirit Gas Company, 318 Washington 

Boston Statesman, office 19 Water 

Boston Steam Factory, Pitts court 

Boston Society of Nat. History, Savings Bank building 

Boston Type and Stereotype Foundry, 39 Congress 

Boston and Providence Rail Road office, 1 1 Joy's building 

Boston and Worcester Rail Road officR, 8 Joy's building 

Boston Investigator, Devonshire 

Boylston Hall, over Boylslon Market 

Boston Young Men's Society's room, 165 Tremont 


Boylston Market, Washington, corner Boylston 

Christian Witness, 31 Cornhill ^ 

Christian Examiner, 141 Washington 

Christian Register, 134 Washington 

Christian Watchman, Wilsoii's lane 

Chief Engineer Fire Department Office, City Hall 

City Court House, 16 Leveret 

City Hall, head of State 

City and County Treasurer's Office, City Hall 

City Clerk's Office, City Hall 

City Land Office, 773 Washington 

City Market, between Brattle and Elm streets 

City Marshal's Office, City Hall 

City Pound, Charles street 

City Scales, Merrimac, corner Canal 

City Scales (South), rear Charles and Pleasant streets 

Columbian Centinel, 32 Congress 

Common Council Room, City Hall 

Constables' Office, 2 Franklin avenue 

County Court House, School 

County Jail, 16 Leveret 

Court of Common Pleas, County Court House 

Custom House, Custom-house street 

District Clerk's Office, Barrister's Hall 
Daily Advocate and Free Press, 65 Congress 
Daily Evening Transcript, 4 Exchange 
Directors of House of Industry, Faneuil Hall 
Directors of Inst, for Education of the Blind, Pearl 

Edinburgh Review, 121 Washington 
Employment for Female Poor, 80 Federal 
East Boston Comp. Office, 1 Commercial wharf 
Evening Gazette, 14 Congress 
Eye and Ear Infirmary, 4 Summer 

Faneuil Hall, Market square, corner Merchant's Row 

Female Refuge, 12 Charter 

Franklin Cordage Manufactory, 31 India 

Gas Works, Commercial, near Charlestown Bridge, 
Counting room 185 Washington 

Handel and Havdn Society's room, Boylston Hall 
Health Office, City Hall 

Independent Chronicle, 43 Washington 

Institution for the Blind, 19 Pearl 

Inspection Office, Butter and Lard, 3 Distil-house sq. 


Inspec. Pot and Pearl Asli, off. Haverhill, cor. Causeway 

Laboratory of State, Pleasant 

Lawrence Manufacturing Company, 79 Milk 

Land Office, State House 

Liberator, 31 (.ornliill , 

Literary and Catholic Sentinel, ]1 Devonshire 

Loan Office, over Branch Bank, entrance Wilson lane 

Lying-in Hospital, 7J8 Wasliington 

Lynn Printing Corn., office b3 Cornhill 

Marine Railway, Commercial 

Masonic Temple, Tremont street 

Mass. Historical Soc. Library over Arch, Franklin pi. 

Massachusetts Arsenal, IMeasant 

Mass. Historical Soc.'s room, Savings Bank building 

Massachusetts Horticultural Society room, 81 Cornhill 

Massachusetts Anti-Slavery office, 4G Washington 

Massachusetts General Hospital, Allen 

Mayor's Office, City Hall 

Medical School, over 269 Washington 

Medical Magazine, 135 Washington, cor. School 

Medical College, Mason 

Merchants Hall, Water, corner Congress 

Mercantile Journal, 26 State 

Mercantile Library, 63 Washington 

Mechanics' Exchange and Reading Room, Wilson lane 

Missionary Herald, 47 Washington 

Miss. Rooms of the Am. Board of For. Miss. 28 Cornhill 

Moral Reformer, Cornhill 

Morning Post, daily paper, 19 Water 

Nashua Manufacturing Company, 79 Milk 

Navy Agent Office, 43 Chatham 

New England Bank Note Company's Office, rear 204 

New England Farmer, 52 North Market 
New England Palladium, 32 Congress 
New England Glass Co.'s Warehouse, 140 Washington 
New England Museum, 75 Court 
New England Magazine, 147 Washington 
New England Spectator, 3 Cornhill 
New Jerusalem Magazine, 11 School 
New England Galaxy, 38 Court 
North Aujerican Review, 141 Washington 
Northern Baptist Education Soc. room 13 Joy's building 


Overseers of the Poor, office Faneuil Hall 

Penny Magazine, 17 State 

Pantheon Hall, 441 Washington 

Pension Office, over Branch Bank, entrance Wilson lane 

People's Magazine, 121 Washington 

Parley's Magazine, 121 Washington 

Phrenological Society, over the Arch, Franklin place 

Pilot's Office, 237 Ann 

Post Office, City Hall 

Probate Office, County Court House 

Provident Institution for Savings, Tremont street 

Roxbury India Rubber Company, 109 State 
Reading Room, City Hall 
Register of Deeds, Office County Court House 
Revere Copper Co. James Davis, jr. agent, 22 Union 
Religious Magazine, 9 Cornhill 

Scriptural Interpreter, 147 Washington 

Saturday Morning's Transcript, 4 Exchange 

Secretary of State's Office, State House, Beacon 

S. Boston Iron Co.c. r. 2 Central wf foundry S. Boston 

Seamen's Bible and Tract Depository, 3 1-2 Commercial 

Seamen's Bethel Reading Room, Sun court 

South Cove Co.'s office, 27 State, c. room Front 

State House, Beacon 

State Treasurer's Office, State House, Beacon 

Suffialk Manufacturing Company, 79 Milk 

Theological Library, under Church in Chauncey place 
Tremont Theatre, Tremont street, near School 
Tremont Mills Company, 79 Milk 
Trumpet, office 40 Cornhill , 

Universalist and Ladies' Repository, 32 Cornhill 
Unitarian Advocate, 134 Washington 
Universalist Institute, 388 Washington 

Visiters of the Poor, room Savings Bank building 

Weekly Messenger, 6 Congress 
Winnessimit Co.'s Office, bottom of Hanover 
Warren Theatre, Portland, corner Travers 

Zion's Herald, 19 Washington 


American House, 42 Hanover ' 

Adelphi House, Cross, corner Ann 



Black Horse Tavern, 17 Union 

Bromfield House, Bromfield street 

Boylst(tn Hotel, 38 School 

Boston Hotel, Brattle, corner Brattle square 

Boston Coffee House, 38 Milk 

Bile Tavern, 8 Market square 

City Hotel, Elm 

City Tavern, Brattle 

Commercial Coffee House, Milk, corner Liberty square 

Canal Hotel, 91 Pond 

Clinton House, 35 Leveret 

Eagle Coffee House, Commercial 
Exchange Coffee House, Congress square 
Eastern Stage House, 84 Ann 
Earl (/offee House, 30 Hanover 
Elm Street Hotel, 9 Elm 

Franklin Hotel, 49 North Market 
Fulton House, Cross, corner Fulton 

Globe Hotel, Hanover, corner Commercial 

Hanover House, 172 Hanover 
Holbrook's Hotel, 35 Elm 
Hancock House, Corn court 

Jefferson House, 16 Ann 

Kilburn's Coffee House, Howard 

Lafayette Hotel, 392 Washington, op. Boylston market 
Lion Tavern, 359 Washington 
Lamb Tavern, 369 1-2 Washington 
Leveret Street Hotel, 41 Leveret 
Leveret Street House, 66 Leveret 

Marlborough Hotel, 229 Washington 
Massachusetts Hotel, 33 Pond 
Mansion House, Milk, corner Hawley 

New England Coffee House, Clinton 
Northern House, 97 Hanover 

Old Province Coffee House, rear 165 Washington 

Park House, corner of Boylston and Tremont 

Patterson House, 11 Elm 

Pond Street House, Pond, corner Cross ^ 

Rail Road Hotel, 63 Pond 

School Street Coffee House, rear 18 School 

Suffolk House, 12 Elm 

Sun Tavern, Batterymarch 



Tremont House, Tremont street, near School 

Union House, 29 Union 

Warren Hotel, Friend, corner Merrimac 
Washinc^ton Coffee House, 158 Washington ' 
Washington Hotel, 835 Washington 

Mary Turner 
Catharine Harvey 
Hannah Boyd 
Mary Moody 
Eliza Tabor 
Ann TuTts 
Sarah Parkman 
Sally G. Smith 
Susanna Rotch 
INancy Rice 
Clarissa Davis 
Mary Ross 
Eliza Stevens 
Sarah Seaver 
Nancy Rice 
Eliza Piquot 
Susan Howe 
Barbary Patch 
Clarissa Parker 
Fanny Haynes 
Fanny Gray 
Sally Loring 
Sarah Prentiss 
Abigail Fuller 
Rachael Felt 
Eliza Chadwick 
Rebecca Gowan 
Sarah GofF 
Susan Hall 
Esther Tarbox 

Susannah Morrill 
Mary Dillaway 
Margaret Deerini; 
Ruth Shaw 
Elizabeth Tufts 
Anna Moron a 
Eliz. Winship 
Rachael Tolman 
Eliza Hancock 
Abigail Bell 
Sarah Cobb 
Julia Goodenovv 
Lucy Sancry 
Ruth Bailey 
Sarah Munroe 
Mary Pearson 
Abigiil Cain 
Rebecca Wilton 
Joanna Dudley 
Anna Russell 
Lucy Connor 
Mary Jenkins 
Sarah Hearsay 
Hannah Miller 
Adeline Park 
Mary Fessenden 
Frances Davis 
Margaret Lang 
Nancy Loud 
Mary Horton 

Eliza, Griswold 
Eliza M. Hope 
Mary Barnes 
Mary Gushing 
Mary Anderton 
Elizabeth De Costa 
Elizabeth Hall 
M. S. Livermore 
Margaret Johnson 
Beth. Harrington 
Mary Jane Ricker 
Hannah Blake 
Mary Wentworth 
Clarissa Gannett 
Mary Ann Thaxter 
Fanny M'Gilvreay 
Catharine Smith 
Sarah Johnson 
Elizabeth Jolmson 
Susan Jenkins 
Fanny Gates 
Hannah Redding 
Eliza. VVainwright 
Thankful Hedrick 
Susan Wyman 
Sus. Boonacamp 
Elizabeth Thomas 
Hannah Melzar 
Abigail Crockett 
Susan M. Barnes 


A STREET, South Boston, from Dorchester Turnpike 

across 4th, to Glass works 
Acorn street, opens in the rear of 39 Chesnut street, and 

extends to West Cedar street 


Alden lane, from 139 Court street to Sudbury street 

Alden court, opens on west side Alden lane 

Allen street, from Chambers street to Brighton 

Ann street, northeast from Market sq. to Commercial st. 

Ann street court, opens 330 Ann street 

Arch street, from Franklin place to Summer street 

Arnold street, is the first street north from Roxbury, and 

leads from Washington to Suffolk street 
Ash street, from Oak street lo South Bennet street 
Atkinson street, from Milk street to Russia wharf 
Avery street, from 387 Washington street to Mason st. 
Avery place, opens north side of Avery street 
Avon place, opens at 264 Washington street 
B STREET, from Dorchester Turnpike across Broad- 
way, to Glass works 
Baldwin place, opens 70 Salem street 
Ballard place, opens on the south side Bromfield street 
Barristers Hall, Court square. School street 
Barre place, opens on north side of Elliot, near Tremont 
Barrett street, from 83 Ann street to Fulton street 
Barton street, northeast from Leveret, opposite Second 
Bartlett street, from 187 Hanover street to 306 Ann st. 
Bath street, from Milk, opposite Pearl, to Water street 
Batterman place, south side Essex, opposite Lincoln st. 
Battery street, from 344 Ann to 203 Hanover street 
Batterymarch street, from Liberty square to Bioad street 
Bay street, at 43 Fayette 

Beach street, from 410 Washington to Front street 
Beacon street, from King's Chapel to Western avenue 
Bedford street, from 290 Washington to Summer street 
Bedford place, north side Bedford street 
Bedford avenue, southwest side of Bedford street, near 

Rowe place 
Belcher lane, from Forthill gun house to Purchase street 
Belknap street, from Beacon to Cambridge street 
Bennet street (South), from Washington to Front street 
Bennet street (North), from 206 Hanover to Salem street 
Bennet place, south side North Bennet street 
Berry street, from the Meetinghouse in Federal street to 

Atkinson street 
Beverly street, from Causeway to Charlestown street 
Blacksione street, from Clinton street to junction of 

Cross and Charlestown streets 
Blake's court, opens at 740 Washington street 
Blossom place, opens 15 Blossom street 


Blossom street, north from Cambridge street, opposite 

Garden street, to Allen street 
Blossom court, opens E. fioui 7 Blossom st. n. Cambridge 
lioard alley, from 73 Ciiarter to Commercial street 
Boston and Providence Rail Road opens in Pleasant st. 

opposite the head of Elliot street 
Boston and VVoicester Rail Road, opens C17 Washington 
Bowdoin street, from Cambridge to Beacon street 
Bovvdoin place, south end of Bowdoin street 
Bowdoin square, between Cambridge and Court streets 
Boylston street, from Boylston market to Pleasant street 
Boylston place, Boylston street, opposite burying ground 
BoyL-^lon square, south side Boylston market 
Bradford place, opens from JMason street, south side 
Briitile street, from Dock square to 77 Court street 
Brattle square, from Meetinghouse to Elm street 
Bread street, from (Sd Broad street to '3S India street 
Bridge street, north from Cambridge st. to the Hospital 
Bridge street court, opens at 20 Bridge street 
Bridge court, opens at 2 George, near Cambridge 
Bridge street avenue, from 11 Bridge street 
Brighton street, from west end Leveret to Allen street 
Brighton street (North), from 7G Leveret to the Flats 
Brimmer's T, o[)ens from Long wharf 
Broadway, from Free Bridge to Dorchester street 
Broad street, from State street to the Free Bridge 
Bromfield street, from 209 Washington to Tremont st. 
Bromfield place, from north side Bromfield street 
Brookline street, from 773 Washington to Tremont st. 
Bulfinch street, south from Bowdoin sq. to Somerset pi. 
Bulfinch place, between Bulfinch and Bowdoin streets 
Bumstead place, Tremont street, near Bromfield street 
Bumstead court, opposite west end Boylston market 
Butolph street, from Cambridge street to Myrtle street 
C STREET, from Dorchester Turnpike across Broad- 
way to the Beach 
Cabot street, see Tremont 

Cambridge st. from Bowdoin sq. to West Boston bridge 
Camden street, from 805 Washington to Tretnont street 
Canal street, from Union st. southerly side of the Canal 

to Causeway street 
Canton street, opens next south of 7G1 Washington, and 

leads to Tremont street 
Carnes court, on south side from 15 Havvkins street 
Carney place, opens at 679 Washington street 



Carver street, from Pleasant st. north across Elliot street 

to the burial ground 
Carioll place, opens at (56 Saletn 
Caslle street, across Washington st. at G29, from Fayette 

to Front street 
Causeway street, from Leveret st. to Charlestown bridge 
Cedar lane, from Chesnut street to Mount Vernon st. 
Cedar street (South), from Pleasant street, 1st north of 

Fayetle street 
Cedar street court, east from South Cedar street 
Central street, from Kilby street to 5 India street 
Central court, from 242 Washington to Avon place 
Centre street (West), from Cambridge street near the 

bridge to Pinckney street 
Centre street (North), from 85 Hanover street to Ann st. 
Chambers street, from 41 Cambridge 57 Leveret st. 
Chambers street court, opens at 22 Chambers street 
Chardon street, from Bowdoin square to Hawkins street 
Charles street, from Boylston st. to West Boston bridge 
Charlestown street, from Union st. to Causeway street 
Charter street, from 230 Hanover street to Lynn street 
Chauncey place, front of First Church, Summer street 
Chatham street, from 21 Merchants row to 4 Commercial 
Chesnut street, from Walnut street to Charles street 
Church street, from west side of South Cedar street 
Clark street, from 185 Hanover to 294 Ann street 
Clark alley, from 125 Hanover to 148 Ann street 
Clinton street, from Merchants row to Commercial street 
Codman's Buildings, 323 Washington street 
Columbia street, from Bedford street to Essex street 
Commercial street, from 12 Long wharf to Charlestown 

Commercial avenue, from 281 Ann st. to Union wharf 
Congress street, from 31 State street to Milk street 
Congress square, the buildings erected on the site of the 

Exchange Coffee House, Congress street 
Congress court, rear 20 Congress street 
Cottage place, at 684, east side Washington street 
Cook court, back of Latin School house, 34 School street 
Cooper street, from Charlestown across Pond and North 

Margin street, by the gun house, to Salem place 
Corn court, south side Faneuil Hall 
Cornhill, from 23 Washington street to 65 Court street 
Cornhill court, back of 81 Washington street 
Court street, from City Hall to Bowdoin square 


Court square, front of County Court House, School st. 

Cotfing place, opens at 14 Chambers street 

Cotton place, from Purchase street to Broad street 

Creek street, from 2 Clinton street 

Creek square, back of Union and Ann streets 

Crescent place, 5 Green street 

Cross street, from the Canal, across Hanover and Ann, 

to Commercial street 
Custom-house street, from 70 Broad st. to 32 India street 
DEACON street, from Portland street to Friend street 
Dearborn avenue, from 7 Federal street to Theatre alley 
Dedham street, from 759 Washington street, crosses Suf- 
folk to Tremont street 
Derne street, from Bowdoin street to Hancock street 
Devonshire street, from 25 State street to Milk street 
Distil-house square, from the bottom of Sudbury street, 

northwest to Hawkins street 
Distil-house street, from 550 Washington st. to Front st. 
Doane street, from Kilby street to 9 Broad street 
Dock square, from Elm street southward to Washington 
street, and eastward to the corner opposite the 
west end of Faneuil Hall 
Dorchester street, from Catholic Church to ship yard 
Dover street, from 691 Washington st. to Tremont street 
EAST street, from Sea street to South street 
Eaton street, from North Russell to Chambers street 
Elliot street, from 481 Washington to Pleasant street 
Elliot court, south side of Elliot street 
Elm street, from Dock square to 29 Hanover street 
Essex street, from 378 Washington to South street 
Essex court, in Essex street, opposite to Front street 
Essex place, opens between 53 and 55 Essex street 
Exchange street, from 30 State street to 36 Dock square 
FAYETTE street, from Pleasant, opposite Carver, to 

Castle street 
Fayette place, Tremont street, front of the Mall 
Fayette court, opens at 403 Washington street 
Federal street, from Milk st. past the Theatre to High 
Federal court, between 43 and 45 Federal street 
Federal court (North), opens at 78 Hanover street 
Fifth street, 5lh from Free Bridge to Dorchester street 
First street, the first from Free Bridge, runs east and west 
Flagg alley, from 60 State street to Market square 
Fleet street, from 173 Hanover to Snow's wharf 


Foster place (S.), on the west side of Tremont street, be- 
tween Boylston and Elliot streets 
Foster street, from Charter to 30 Commercial street 
Foster place, opens at 6 Foster street 
Fourth street, 4th from Free Bridge to Dorchester street 
Franklin street, from 184 Wasliitigton st. to Franklin pi. 
Franklin place, from Hawley street to the Theatre 
Franklin avenue, from Court street to 36 Cornhill 
Frierrd street, from 62 Hanover street to Causeway street 
Fri-end stre»3t place, opens westerly from Friend street, 

«ear Causeway street 
Friend street court, opens at 6 Friend street 
Front street, from Essex street to South Boston bridge 
Fruit street, near the Hospital, from Blossom across 

Bridge street 
Fruit street court, from Fruit street, near the Hospital 
Fulton street, from Clinton, back of Commercial, to 

Richmond street 
Fulton court, from Fulton street 
GARDEN street, from Cambridge to Myrtle street 
Garden court street, v^^est side of North sq. to Fleet street 
Garland place, opens at 683 Washington street 
George St., from Camb. st. n. the bridge to Pinckney st. 
Gibbs lane, from Washington place to Forthill wharf 
Gorham place, opens at 725 Washington street 
Goucij street, from 11 Green street to Merrimac street 
Gilman place, west side of Friend, near Travers street 
Graphic court, opens 219 Washington street 
Green street, from Bowdoin square to Chambers street 
Grecnough lane, from 25 Charter to 6 Commercial street 
Gridley street, from High to Purchase street 
Grove street, from Cambridge to Pinckney street 
Grove st. (North), from 125 Cambridge st. to the Hospital 
HAMILTON pi. Tremont st. opposite Park st. Church 
Hamilton st. from Batterymarch st. to Washington pi. 
Hamilton avenue, from 95 Broad street 
Hamilton alley, Hamilton st. near Batterymarch street 
Hamilton court, opens north side of Hamilton street 
Hancock street, from Mt. Vernon to Cambridge street 
Hancock row, from Marshall street to Creek squar,e 
Hancock avenue, frotn Beacon st. to Mt. Vernon street, 

near the State House 
Hanover st. from Court street to Winncssimit ferry way 
Hanover court, opens at 64 Hanover street 
Hanover place, opens at J40 Hanover street 


Hanover avenue, from 191 Hanover to 316 Ann street 
Harlaem place, opens at 345 Washington street 
Hartford place, south side High street, near Forthill 
Harvard court, opens from south side of Harvard street 
Harvard street, from 448 Washington to Front street 
Harvard place, Washington st. opposite the Old South 
Haverhill street, from Warren bridge to Charlestovvn st. 
Hawkins street, from Sudbury to Ivers street 
Hawley street, from Trinity Church to Milk street 
Hawley place, opens at 170 Washington street 
Haymarket place, south side of Avery street 
Hayward place, opens at 350 Wasliington street 
Henchman lane, fronn 35 Charter to Commercial street 
High street, from Summer street to Washington place 
High St. pi. on the west side of High st. near Atkinson st, 
Hollis street, from 517 Washington to Tremont street 
Howard street, from Court t-o Bulfinch street 
Hull street, from Christ Church by the Burial Ground to 

Commercial street 
Humphrey place, on east side of Hamilton st. n. Forthill 
INDIA street, from Long wharf to India wharf 
Ivers street, from Hawkins to Merrimac street 
JACKSON place, opens at 16 Winter street 
Jefferson place, near east end South Bennet street 
Jefferson street, runs east from Fayette street to Tremont 
Jenkins place, Commercial, opposite Stetson's wharf 
Joy's Building, 81 Washington 

Joys pi. Belknap, between Beacon and Mt. Vernon sts. 
KENNARD'S avenue, from 32 Poplar to 51 Allen 
Kilby street, from State street to Milk street 
Kingston street, from 53 Summer to Bedford street 
Kneeland street, from 426 Washington to Front street 
Knox street, rear 25 Fayette 
Kuhn place, at 74 Tremont street 

LA FAYETTE avenue, from 80 Prince to Pond street 
La Grange place, opens at 451 Washington street 
Lancaster street, from Merrimac st. to Millpond wharf 
Lane place, opens from Gibbs lane, between Purchase 

street and Washington place 
Langdon place, opens at 179 Ann street 
Lenox street, south from 807 W^ashington, and leads to 

Suffolk street 
Leveret street, from 25 Green street to Central bridge 
Leveret lane, opens at 32 Leveret street 
Leveret court, north side 26 Leveret street 


Lyman place, from 10 Leveret street to 17 Green street 
Liberty square, the junction of Kilby, Water and Batte- 

rymarch streets 
Lime alley, from Charter street, opposite burying ground 

to Commercial street 
Lincoln street, from Summer to Essex street 
Lincoln court, from 23 Fayette street 
Lindall street, fronj Congress to Kilby street 
Louisburgh sq. between 71) Pinckney and 62 Mt. Vernon 
Lowell place, on the south side of Boylston street 
Lynde street, from Cambridge to 22 Green street 
Lynn street, now called Commercial 
Lucas place, opens at 661 Washington street 
MADISON place, opens from 146 Pleasant street 
Maiden street, opens next south of 742 Washington st. 
Margaret alley, from Margaret street to Snowhill street 
Margaret street, from 27 Prince to Sheafe street * 
Margin st. (N.), from 52 Salem, across Thacher to Pond st. 
Margin street (South), from Pitts to Prospect street 
Market square, S. W. and North sides Faneuil Hall 
Market street (North), north side of the new market 
Market street (South), south side of the new market 
Market street, from Portland to Charleslown street 
Market place, opens 415 Washington street 
Marlborough place, opens 166 Washington street 
Marshall street, from 24 Union to Hanover street 
Marsh lane, from Union street to Creek square 
Marston place, opens from 71 Chambers street 
Mason street, from West street to Avery street 
May street (South), opens at 704 Washington street 
May street, from South Russell to Charles street 
May court, on the west side of Belknap street 
May place, rear of 12 Oak street 

McLean street, from Chambers street to Blossom street 
McLean court, opens at 8 McLean street 
Mechanic place, opens at 603 Washington street 
Mechanic street, from 115 Hanover to 142 Ann street 
Medford street, from Charlestown st. to Causeway street 
Merchants row, from State street by the Market house 

to Ann street 
Merrimac st. from north end of Union to Causeway st. 
Middlesex place, opens at 308 Washington street 
Middlesex street, from Castle street, south 
Milk street, from the Old South to India street 
Milton place, from Fed»ral street to Federal court 



Milton street, from Spring to Brighton street 

Minot street, northeasterly from 44 Leveret street 

Montgomery place, opens at 168 Tremont 

Moon street, from North square to Fleet street 

Morton place. Milk street, near Hawley street 

Mount Vernon street, from Beacon st. to Charles street 

Mount Vernon place, from Hancock av. to Belknap st, 

Murray place, opens 38 Prince street 

Myrtle street, from Hancock to Centre street 

Myrtle court, west end of Myrtle street 

NASSAU court, west side of Tremont street 

Nassau street, from Front to Ash street 

Newbern place, opens at 47 Carver street 

Newbury place, opens at 3G4 Washington street 

Newton place, opens from 5 Beach street 

Norfolk avenue, opens at 185 Washington street 

Norfolk place, opens at 330 Washington street 

Northampton street, 801, south end Washington street 

North Hanover court, opens at 152 Hanover street 

North square, between Hanover, Fleet and Ann streets 

Noyes place, opens 74 Salem street 

OAK place, on the south side of Oak st. opposite Ash 

Oak street, opens 514 Washington street 

Old Road, from Havves place Church to the Point 

Oliver street, fiom Milk street to Washington place 

Oliver place, south side Essex street 

Orange street, opens at 625 Washington street 

Orange ct. opens from Washing, next south of Elliot st. 

Orange lane, from Washington opposite Orange street 

Otis place. Summer street, opposite Kingston street 

PARK street, from head of Mall to State House 

Parkman's place, opens at 144 Hanover street 

Pearl street, from Milk to Purchase stteel 

Pearl place, on east side Pearl street 

Peck lane, from Essex street to wharf 

Phillips's Buildings, on Kilby and Water streets 
Phillips place, opposite the Chapel, Tremont street 
Piedmont street, from Pleasant, 2d north Fayette street 
Pinckney lane, from Pinckney to Mt. Vernon street 
Pinckney street, from Belknap to Charles street 
Pine street, from 520 Washington to 48 Front street 
Pitts place, from 6 Pitts street 
Pitts street, from 1 Green to Merrimac street 
Pitts court, on the west side of Pitts street 
Pleasant streot, from Boylston to Washington street 


Pleasant st. ct. west from 140 Pleasant st. to Church st. 
Plymouth street, south end of Washington street 
Plymouth place, westerly side Front, near Beach street 
Pond street, from Hanover and Salem streets to Charles- 
town bridge 
Pond street place, opens at 75 Pond 
Poplar street, from 60 Chambers street to Charles river 
Portland street, from 48 Hanover to Causeway street 
Portland place, opens 19 Portland street 
Prince street, from North square to (vharlestown bridge 
Prince street avenue, from 39 Prince to North Bennet 
Prospect street, from Lyman place to Merrimac street 
Province street, from 30 School to Bromfield street 
Province house court, through the arch at 1U5 Washings 

ton street to Province street 
Purchase street, from Summer street to Broad street 
Purchase {)1. opens nearly oppos. the Church, Purchase st, 
QUINCY place, on north side High st. near Wash. pi. 
RICHARDSON place, from Short^street 
Richmond street, from 49 Salem across Hanover and 

Ann to Commercial street 
Richmond avenue, opens at 5o Salem 
Ridgevvay lane, from Cambridge to Derne street 
Rowe place, opens south side of Bedford street 
Robinson lane, from 220 Hanover to 9 Unity street 
Rogers's buildings, Congress street 
Russell street (North), from Cambridge to Eaton street 
Russell street (South), from Cambridge to Myrtle street 
SALEM place, from 62 Salem street to Cooper street 
Salem st. north from Hanover and Pond, to Charles st. 
Salt lane, from 29 Union street to Creek square 
Salter place, opens at 56 Prince street 
Salutation street, from 195 Hanover to 336 Ann street 
School street, from 137 Washington to the Stone Chapel 
Scollay's buildings, between Court and Treraont streets 
Scott court, opens between 8 and 9 Union street 
Scott alley, from Creek square to Ann street 
Sea street (now Broad street, but as the old numbering of 
Sea St. is still retained, reference is made in the Di- 
rectory to Sea St.), from Summer st. to Free Bridge 
Second st. (West), from 67 Leveret to Brighton street 
Second st. court, from the southerly side of W. Second 
Second street, is the 2d street from Free Bridge, South 

Boston, and runs east from Turnpike street 
Sewall place, from Milk street, opposite Morton place 


Silver street, from Turnpike street, South Boston 

Sister street, from Williams to Berry street 

Sheafe street, from Salem to Snowhill street 

Short street, from Bedford street to the water 

Short street court, rear Short street 

Short lane, from 13 North Bennet to Tileston street 

Snowhill street, from 21 Prince street to Hull street 

Somerset street, from Beacon to Howard street 

Somerset place, from Somerset to Bowdoin street 

Somerset court, near south end of Somerset street 

South street, from Summer street, opposite High street 

South street court, east side of South street 

South street place, west side of South street 

South Bridge st. from Washington st. to S. Boston bridge 

Southac court, west end of Southac street 

Southac St. from Butolph across Garden to George street 

•Spear alley, from Purchase street, near the Church 

Spring lane, from 134 Washington st. to Devonshire st. 

Spring street, from 59 Leveret to 45 Allen street 

Spring street court, opens from 59 Spring street 

Spring street place, opens from 18 Spring street 

Spruce street, from Chesnut to Beacon street 

State street, from Washington street to Long wharf 

Staniford street, from Cambridge to 24 Green 

Staniford place, opens at 11 Staniford stieet 

Stillman jtlace, from west side Stillman st. to Cooper st. 

Stillman street, from 46 Salem st. to Charlestown street 

Stoddard street, from Howard to Court street 

Sturgis place, opens at 7 Pearl street 

Sudbury street, from Court to Portland street 

Sudbury square, north end Sudbury street 

Suifolk street, rear 725 Washington, from Castle street 

Suffolk place, opens at 302 Washington street 

Sullivan place, in Federal street, between Franklin street 

and Federal court 
Summer street, from 226 Washington st. to Sea street 
Sun court street, from North square to 218 Ann street 
Sweetser court, opens at 342 Washington street 
TEMPLE street, from Cambridge to Mt. Vernon street 
Temple place, opens at Masonic Temple, Tremont st. 
Temple avenue, at 307 Washington 
Thacher street, from 71 Prince to Charlestown street 
Thacher st. court, on east side Thacher street 
Thaxter place, from Front street, opposite Harvard st. 
Theatre alley, from Milk street to rear of Theatre 


Third street (3(1), from Free Bridge, South Boston, runs 

easterly from 2d street 
Tiieston street, from 214 Hanover to 93 Salem street 
Travers street, from Portland to Charlestovvn street 
Tremont st. from Court to Washington st. by the Mall 
Tremont pi. opens on Bt^acon st. near Somerset street 
Tudor's Building, 20 Court street 

Turnpike st. from Free Br. S. Bos. to Dorchester Tump, 
UNION street, from Market square to Merrimac street 
Unity court, opens at 2 Unity street 
Unity street, from Charter to 14 Tiieston street 
VERNON St. runs N. E. from Leveret st. oppos. Spring st. 
Vernon place, opens at 23 Charter street 
Vine St. from N. Russell across Blossom and Bridge sts. 
WALNUT street, from Beacon to Mt. Vernon street 
Warren street, from 581 Washington to Elliot street 
I Warren place, opens on the north side Pleasant street 
Washington place, includes all the buildings round the 

walk on Fori Hill 
Washington Mechanic place, opens at 409 Washing, st, 
Washington aven. from E. end of l*urchase to Wash. pi. 
Washington street, from Roxbury to Dock square 
Water street, from I2S Washington to 37 Broad street 
Waverley place, opens at 18 South street 
Well St. from Cus. House st. across Bread to Wharf st. 
Wendell street, from Oliver street to Hamilton street 
West street, from 333 Washington street to the Mall 
, W. Cedar street, frotn Pinckney to Chesnut street 
Wharf street, from 100 Broad street to 43 India street 
Wheeler's court, opens at 40 Pleasant street 
Williams court, tlirough the arch at 103 Washington st. 
Williams street, from Federal to Atkinson street 
Willow street, from Chesnut lo Mount Vernon street 
Wilson lane, from 26 State street to 32 Dock square 
Winter court, opens at 20 Winter street 
Winter street, from 271 Washington street to the Mall 
Winthrop place, opposite Church Green, Summer street 



Arch wharf, Broad street, 2d north Forthill wharf 

Ballard's graving ways, opens 263 Ann 
Banister's wharf, Broad street, near Free Bridge 
Bartlett's, near Railway, Commercial 


Barry's, opens between 115 and 117 Essex 
Battery, opens from Commp.rcial, near Railway 
Brown's. Commercial, near Charlestown bridge 
Bull's, east end Summer 

Central, between India and Long wharves 

Charaberiin's, Commercial street, near Charter 

Chuichill's wharf, 102 Sea street 

Comey's Commercial, op. Foster street 

Commercial, 7(5 Commercial st. 

Constitution, opens from Commercial, near north end of 

Copeland's, opens at Commercial, near Foster 

Drake's, 40 Sea street 

Dawes's, Broad street, next east from Tileston's 

East Boston Ferry, Hancock's wharf 

Ellis's, opens at 183 Ann 

Fiske's, opens from Commercial, near Foster street 

Forthiii, Broad street, 3d north of Liverpool 

Foster's, at south end of Inroad street, next to Rowe's 

Gray's, near Charlestown bridge 

Harris's ways, between Foster's and Otis's wharves 

Hancock, opens at 211 Ann 

Hiler's, opens from Commercial, near Charlestown bridge 

Hobbs's, 90 Sea slieet 

Howe's, Sea, opposite East street 

India, at the south end of India street 

Kittredge &< Wyman's, next Charlestown bridge 

Little's, from Commercial near Charlestown bridge 
Lincoln's, opens at 21^)5 Ann 
Lincoln &- Wheelwright's, 2d north of Liverpool 
Liverpool, Broad street, rear 69 Purchase street 
Long, at the east end of State street 

Maine, east end of Summer street, near Bull's wharf 
Marine railway, Commercial, near end of Hanover 
Mercantile wharf, N. E. from Faneuil Hall market, in- 
cluding Exchange wharf, formerly so called 

Otis's, east side Broad street, next north Arch wharf 

Packard's, Broad street, next north of Forthiii wharf 
Piper's, 30 Sea street, now called Broad street 
Peirce's, south end South street 

Pratt «fc Cushing's railway, Commercial, near bottom of 


Prentice's, west of Russia, and opens from Broadjstreet 

Rowe's, Broad street, next India wharf 

Rowe's wharf buildings, opposite east Purchase street 

Russia, Broad street, opposite Atkinson street 

Sargent's, opens from Commercial 

Stetson & Goodwin's, next Wilkinson & Pratt's wharf 

Snow's, next north of Commercial 

Spear's, Broad street, next north of Liverpool wharf 

T, opens between 46 and 47 Long wharf 
Thompson's ways, opens Commercial ^ 

Tileston's, Broad street, near Summer street 
Union, opens at 297 Ann 

Wales's, opposite 77 Sea street 

Wilkinson & Pratt's, 2d north of Hancock, Com. 

Winnessimit Ferryway, at north end of Hanover street 


ABBOT ANDREW, mason, 35 Poplar 

Abbot Appleton, porter, 4th street 

Abbot Benjamin, cooper, Pond 

Abbot George W. (6'. L. Abbot ^ Co.), h. 64 Poplar 

Abbot Jacob C. clerk, 65 Leveret 

Abbot John, 7 Green 

Abbot Joseph H. school, 27 Mt. Vernon 

Abbot Josiah, handcartman, N. Margin 

Abbot Richard W. truckman, 93 Ann 

Abbot Reuben, 21 Union 

Abbot Samuel L. «fe Co. {Geo. W. Mbot), merchants, 21 

Central wf. h. 79 Bedford 
Abbot Theodore, bookbinder, 8 School, h. Brighton 
Abbot (Timothy) & Howard (/. J^.), wharfingers, Tump. 
Abbot William, shipwright, house Broadway 
Abell Joseph, cooper, h. rear 98 Warren 
Abell Levi, housewright, house 5 Carver 
Aborn Henry M. See Trott & Co. 
Aborn Mary, house 23 Allen 

Abrahams Ben. cooper, Constitution wf. house Fleet 
Abrahams Marcy R. 234 Hanover 
Abrams Joseph, rear 63 Salem 

Abrams Stephen, as. lib. Athenaeum, h. Ill Purchase 
Abrams William, h. 109 Hanover 
Ackers Geo. rigger, Margaret 

Ackers John, cabinetmaker, 679 Wash. h. 43 Warren 
Acres George T. tinplateworker, rear 12 Boylston 
Adams Aaron, jr. leather, 10 Clinton, h. 101 Wash. 
Adams Abel {Barnard, A. & Co.), h. 2 Winthrop place 
Adams Alvin, 23 Elm, h. 8 Blossom 
Adams Asa, broker, house Church 
Adams Ashur, broker. Mechanics R. Room, h. B st. 
Adams {Asahel) & Shumway {fViUard ./3.), dry goods, 

281 Washington. A. boards Lamb Tavern 
Adams Augustus, truckman, rear 730 Washington 
Adams Bartlett, pianoforte mak. 354 Wash. h. 10 Castle 
Adams Benj. binder, 81 Cornhill, h. 52 Cambridge 
Adams Benj. h. 6 Mt. Vernon, op. Hancock 



Adams Chailes, stair builder, 13 Bridge 

Adams Charles, dry g'ds, 47 Hanover, h. 5 Richmond 

Adams Charles, patent bedstead maker, 422 Washington 

Adams Charles B. F. house 422 Washington 

Adams Charles F. attorney, 23 Court, h. 3 Hancock av. 

Adams {Charles Fred.), Homer (P. T.) & Co. {Sidney 

Homer), importers, 25 Doane. A.'s h. 26 Chesnut 
Adams Chester, cashier Union Bank 
Adams Edwin, physician, 60 Tremont 
Adams Elisha. broker, B street 
Adams Elijah, capt., house Distil-house square 
Adams Elizabeth, corset maker, 24 Franklin 
Adams Elizabeth, widow, Salem, under the Academy 
Adams Elizabeth, widow, Batterymarch 
Adams Francis. See Southgate, Blake & Co. 
Adams George, importer hard ware, 75 Commercial 
Adams George W. attorney. Court, cor, Tremont 
Adams G. W. house Causeway 
Adams Hannah, widow, op., 79 Pleasant 
Adams Hiram, printer, h. 4 Fayette court 
Adams Isaac, teamster, rear 337 Washington 
Adams Isaac, trunkmaker, 80 Ann 
Adams Isaac, 44 Fan. Hall market, h. 20 Lyman place 
Adams {Isaac, jr.) & Hovey {John G.), dry goods, 48 

Kilby. A.'s h. Lyman place 
Adams James, messenger Atlantic Bank 
Adams James, jr. h. 6 VVater 

Adams {James M.) & Seaver {JVath'l), stable, Fulton 
Adams James M. h. Fulton 
Adams Jeremiah, stonecutter, h. op. 79 Pleasant 
Adams John, clerk Globe Bank 

Adams {John) »& Bullard {Leonard), grocers, 32 Brattle 
Adams John I. brush manufactory, 15 Exchange 
Adams John, shoe store, 126, h. 218 Hanover 
Adams John Q. printer, 6 Congress sq. h. 12 Oak 
Adams Joseph, merchant, 7 City wf. h. 16 Summer 
Adams Joseph, 218 Hanover 

Adams Joseph D. clerk Fulton Bank, h. 3 Howard 
Adams Joseph H. pros. Ocean Ins. Co. h.BO Mt. Vernon 
Adams {Joseph T.) and Hudson {Thos.), publishers and 

proprietors of Centinel and Palladium, 24 Congress 
Adams Joseph T. editor of Centinel, 1j. 45 Chesnut 
Adams Laban, innholder. Lamb tavern, 369 1-2 Washing. 
Adams Lydia K. school, 6 Cross, near Pond 
Adams Lucy, widow of Abijah, 13 Pinckney 


Adams Lydia, dressmaker, h. 1 Fayette court 

Adams Mary Ann, widow, rear 647 Washington 

Adams Mehitabel, Court square 

Adams Mark, laborer, 64 Belknap 

Adams Mary, widow, h. 10 Bridge st. court 

Adams Mary, widow, 63 Elliot 

Adams Nancy, Battery 

Adams Nehemiah, Rev. h. 4 Boylston place 

Adams Oliver. See Corey & Adams 

Adams Paul, furniture, 5 Water, h. 128 Charles 

Adams Philip, house rear 57 Salem 

Adams Samuel, physician, 34 School 

Adams Sam. wireworker, 12 Federal, h. do. 

Adams Sam. G. housewright, 30 Tremont, n. Washing. 

Adams Sam. S. tinplate worker. Water, h. 218 Hanover 

Adams Seaver, clerk, house 59 Essex 

Adams Serh {Bartholomew &/• Ji.)^ boards 10 Atkinson 

Adams Samuel, mason, h. 5 Mason 

Adams (Simeon P.) & Kendall {Samuel G.), grocers, 141 
Court, Adams's h. 6 Prospect 

Adams Sumner, bar-room, 34 Brattle 

Adams Thomas, 1 Faneuil Hall market 

Adams Thomas, watchman, h. S. Cedar, near Church 

Adams Thomas, h. Alden court 

Adams's (Wm. ^ G. W.) & Hammond (j^r«CTna5), black- 
smiths, Cross, cor. Fulton. W. A.'s h. Causeway 

Adams William, house 6 North Bennet 

Adams William D. housewright, Dorchester 

Adams (William D.) & Torry (J. G.), printers, 31 Corn- 
hill. Adams's h. 44 Federal 

Adams Zabdiel B. physician, 21 Pearl 

Adan John R. counsellor, 11 Court, h. 14 Summer 

Adgate Abigail, widow, h. Southac, cor. Grove 

Adiington Benj. W. housewright, h. 11 Spring 

Adolphus Edward, accountant, 9 Brattle 

Agant Victor, boarding house, 4 Province 

Ager Solomon, leather, 45 N. Market, h. 89 Front 

Agin Daniel, laborer, rear 91 W^arren 

Agin John, laborer, h. 2 Devonshire 

Aglar Francis, rigger, h. 24 Hamilton 

Aiken Barney, mason, rear 24 Pleasant 

Aiken Calvin, house 1 Newton 

Aiken Jonathan, laborer, Travers 

Aiken Lemuel (J. 38 Friend 

Aiken Robert, laborer, South street place 


Aiken Calvin and William, wood wf. South, Ik 59 SoatJi 

Aiken William (C. S^ IV. Aiken), h. 78 Essex 

Aiken William, mason, C street 

Ainsworth Almun, housewright, h. 108 Cambridge 

Akarman Ann B., widow, 2 Suffolk place 

Akerman Benjamin, cabinetmaker, h. rear Charles 

Akins Mary Jane,, dressmaker, Portland 

Albee John, W.I. goods, Commercial, h. 8 Sheafe 

Albert John M. baker, Hollis, near Washington 

Albert Joseph, rigger, Wilkinson's wf. h. Sun court 

Albree John, mer. 34 Commercial, h. 3 Kneeland 

Alcott Amos B. school, 7 Mas. Tern. h. 3 Somerset ct> 

Alcorn James, laborer, 108 Broad 

Alden Betsey, widow, 26 Short 

Alden Elizabeth, tailoress, 26 Short 

Alden James F. boards Kilburn's Coffee H. 

Alden James, hat store, 83 Commercial 

Alden J. W. h. 9 Stillman 

Alden John, shoe store, 88 Hanover, h. 23 Tileston- 

Alden John, laborer, IMedmont, near Church 

Alden Maria, milliner, 133 Court, h. 94 Court 

Alden Paul {E. Baker S^ Co.), h 9 Hayward place 

Alden Robert T. sailmaker, 8 City wharf, h. 3 Hawley 

Alden Silas, h. 2 Cornhill sq. > 

Alden Wm. V. (G. Vinton & Co.), boards 170 Wash. 

Aldrich Aaron, 82 F. H. market, h. 8 Pitts 

Aldrich Alpheus, rear 5 Cross 

Alexander Caroline, widow. 3 Mason 

Alexander Ebenezer, h. Southac, cor. Garden ■ 

Alexander, Edward, mastmaker, Sea, h. rear 47 Sea 

Alexander Emery, 41 F. H. market, li. 74 Leveret 

Alexander Francis, portrait painter, rear Savings Bank 

Alexander Henry F. h. F street near 4th 

Alexander Jeanette, midwife, 118 Charles 

Alexander John, carpenter, h. 6 Lucas place 

Alexander Josiah W. bridge builder, 24 Gouch 

Alexander Lucretia, boarding, 7 Bulfinch place 

Alexander Martha, nurse, 108 Salem 

Alexander Oliver B. undertaker, h. rear St Paul's 

Alger Cyrus, iron founder, 2 Central wf h. 4th 

Alger Francis, 2 Central wf h. 2 Fourth 

Alger Nahum, grocer, 78 Cambridge 

Alker Thomas (Bascom «^' J].), h. 5 Province 

Allan George W. housewright, h. 655 Washington 

Allen Arabella, Moon c. Fleet 



Allen Abigail, widow, rear 27 Milk 

Allen H. hairdresser, Pond 

Allen Abby Ann, widow, 36 Sea 

Allen Amos S. innkeeper, Park house, cor. Boylstonand 

Allen Andrew J. & Co. {Jeremiah), stationers, 72 State, 
h. 7 Sullivan place 

Allen Ann, widow, 137 Tremont 

Allen Ann M. dry goods, 214 Wash. h. 5 Suffolk place 

Allen Betsey, widow, rear 110 Sea 

Allen Calvin, carver, h. 6 Carver 

Allen Calvin P. mason, h. 21 Myrtle 

Allen Catharine, boarding, 1 Centre 

Allen Catharine, tailoress, 19 Garden 

Allen Charles J. F. clerk Custom House, h. B street 

Allen Charles H. school, h. 26 Hancock 

Allen Ethan, teamster, rear 730 Washington 

Allen {Ezra), Pigeon {Henry) & Pool ( Benjamin), masU 
makers, Com. n. Railway, A.'s h. Com. n. Foster 

Allen Ezra, dry goods, 71 Hanover, h. 1 Stillman 

Allen Frederick 1). See Fowie & A. 

Alien Freeman. See J. Whitney & Co. 

Allen Francis {Champneij fy Jl.), h. Grove 

Alien Jeremiah. See A. J. Allen & Co. 

Allen James, cabinetmaker, h. Carver 

Allen Joseph, grocery, S. Margin, h. 58 Portland 

Allen Gaius W. watchman, 14 Stillman 

Allen Hcinnah, widow of James, 32 Atkinson 

Allen Hannah, wid. of Robert, 3 Purchase, cor. Summer 

Allen {Hezekiah R.) & Welles {Augustus L.) dry goods, 
Pemberton hill, h. 64 Chesnut 

Allen Ira W. furniture, 28 Milk, h. 483 Washington 

Allen Isaac S. 53 India wf. 

Allen Isaac, painter, h. 94 Ann 

Allen Jabez, h. 47 Front 

Allen James M. auct. Milk c. Congress, h. 32 High 

Allen Jared,29 F. H. market, h. Distil-house square 

Allen Jesse, coachmaker, h. 52 Friend 

Allen {John) & Co. publishers, 135 Washington 

Allen {John) & Place {John B.), housewrights, 19 Blos- 
som. Allen's h. 3 Leveret 

Allen Josiah, baker, house rear 600 Washington 

Allen Peter, clerk, house 10 Purchase 

Allen Samuel A. store keeper Cus. H. h. 1 Poplar 

Allen Sarah, sempstress, 41 Boylston 


Allen Sarah, tailoress, 108 Sea 

Allen Samuel R. 110 Milk, boards 1 Central court 

Allen Samuel, rigger, 48 India, h. 172 Purchase 

Allen Silas, jr.- pianofortemaker, c. Wash, and Essex, h. 

40 Warren 
Allen Sidney, pianofortemaker, h. 18 Piedmont 
Allen Thaddeus, schoolmaster, h. 1 Harvard court 
Allen Thomas, snufF store, back 33 Washington 
Allen Wm. T. chaise paint. 30 N. Market, h. 40 Warren 
Allen William, 13 Boylston market, h. 71 Elliot 
Allen William, h. 1st st. S. Boston 
Allen Wm. H. English g'ds, 214 Wash. h. 5 Suffolk pi. 
Allen William W. shoemaker, rear 13 Friend 
Alleyne J. S. B. 16 Court, h, 1 La Grange place 
Alley Charles R. (Barnes <^ A.), h. 102 Washington 
Alline Elizabeth, 142 Pleasant 

Alline Henry, reg. of deeds, Coun. C. H. h. 3 McLean ct. 
Alline H. & H. academy, 81 Chambers 
Alline William, clerk Custom H. h. 81 Chambers 
Allison Amy, widow, rear 6 Charter 
Allyn Edwin, laborer, h. Suffolk, cor. Canton 
Almy (Wm.), Blake (George B.) & Co. (Joseph IV. Pat- 
terson), dry goods, 9 Liberty square 
Amber Lucy, house 5 Hull 

Amee Jacob, sailmaker, 48 India, h. 18 Purchase 
Amee Josiah L. C. sailmaker, h. Broadway 
Ames Asa, grocer, 120 Cambridge, h. 18 Bridge 
Ames Azel, housewright, shop 98 Ann, h. 31 Brattle 
Ames Charles, blacksmith, 4th street 
Ames Ezra (Batchelder & .4.), h. 38 Charter 
Ames Israel, 41 Salem 
Ames Jacob S. confectioner, 13, h. 15 Essex 
Ames Nathaniel F. (Gushing ^ A.), h. 4 Crescent place 
Ames Samuel, musician, h. Pinckney, near Charles 
Ammidon Philip, merchant, house 11 Mount Vernon 
Amory Hannah, widow of Thomas C. 21 Franklin place 
Amory Mehitabel, widow of Jonathan, house 7 Park 
Amory Thomas C, President Firemen's Insurance Co. 

h. 5 Franklin place 
Amory Thomas C. jr. attorney. Court, h. 7 Park 
Amory William, 70 State, h. 42 Beacon 
Andem Moses, 97 Charles 
Andera (James) ,Cvoshy (Seth,jr.) & Co. (Wm.C. Bolle^^ 

ship chandlers, 8 Long wf. A.'s h. 97 Charles 
Anderling Sophia, widow, Middleseoc, near Castle 



Anderson Anders, boarding, 4 Bread 

Anderson Abigail, rear 9G Warren 

Anderson Benjamin, mariner, 231 Ann 

Anderson Charles F. stevedore, N. square 

Anderson Dorcas, widow, 13 Essex place 

Anderson Frances, dressmaker, 324 Washington 

Anderson Fred, sailmaker, Clark 

Anderson John W. mariner, 4 Bartlett 

Anderson J. B. whip factory, 2 Elm 

Anderson James, clerk, h. 30 Hancock 

Anderson John W. mariner, 4 Bartlett 

Anderson James, cordwainer, Commer. n. Hanover 

Anderson Jane, widow. Fleet 

Anderson Joanna, widow, 159 Court 

Anderson Lvdia, h. .5 Williams court 

Anderson Rufus, Rev., Sec. A. B. C. F. M. 28 Cornhill, 

h. 9 Pinckney 
Anderson Thomas, Creek square 
Anderson William, waterman, 1 Salutation 
Anderton Mary, nurse, 211 Hanover 
Andre Sarah, widow, 77 Charter 

Andrews Aaron, physician, 8 N. square, h. Salter place 
Andrews Alfred A. dry g'ds, 141 Wash. h. 9 Sturgis pi. 
Andrews Benjamin H. {Derby <^ £.), h. 159 Tremont 
Andrews Caleb, silk goods, 20 Kilby, h. 23 Chesnut 
Andrews Charles, h. 3 Cornhill sq. 
Andrews Ebenezer T. 15 Winter 
Andrews Ebenrzer T. truckman, Leveret lane 
Andrews Eleanor, milliner, 4th street 
Andrews Elizabeth, widow, rear 34 Charter 
Andrews Elizabeth L. widow, rear 1 19 Pleasant 
Andrews Ezekiel O. P. turner, h. rear 10 Prince 
Andrews E. A. principal Mt. Vernon S. h. 26 Beacon 
Andrews George, 124 Faneuil Hall market, h. 30 Cross 
Andrews George H. comedian, 12 Bowdoin 
Andrews Gustavus, rear Henchman lane 
Andrews Henry, silversmith, rear 34 Charter 
Andrews Henry, grocer, Hanover cor. Clark 
Andrews Henry, broker, 40 State, h. 18 Mt. Vernon 
Andrews (James, Colombian Vice Consul) & Son (J. fF.), 

mer. 8 Central wf. h. 159 Tremont 
Andrews John L. cooper. Henchman lane 
Andrews Catharine N. widow of John B., 24 Purchase 
Andrews Joseph, cash. Commer. Bank, h. 102 Pleasant 
Andrews Joseph, printer, h. 216 Ann 



Andrews Justin, grocer, 648, h. rear 682 Washington 

Andrews Levi, distiller, 4 Prospect 

Andrews Lama, fisherman. Commercial, near Hanover 

Andrews Mary, 6 Norfolk place 

Andrews Mary, widow, 2 Second 

Andrews Mary, rear Henchman lane 

Andrews R. copperplate print. 91 Wash. ent. Cornhill ct. 

Andrews Samuel, druggist, 11 Broad, h. 74 Summer 

Andrews Samuel, house 18 Tileston 

Andrews (Samuel) & Home (IVni.), 72 F. H. market 

Andrews Samuel, victualler, F. H. h. 680 Washington 

Andrews Stephen, fisherman, 4 Salt lane 

Andrews Stephen S. sexton, h. Merrimac 

Andrews Susan, widow, 29 Cross 

Andrews Thomas, sexton, 1 Bartlett 

Andrews William, auctioneer, 4th street 

Andrews William, fisherman. Creek square 

Andrews Wm. T. (JV. Jc^nett ^ Co.), h. 10 Central ct. 

Andrus Abraham, mariner, Hanover avenue 

Anisly Andrew, brewer, h. Broadway 

Angus Mary, widow, rear 11 Short 

Annable (Davis) & Lothrop (//.), housewrights, Com- 
mercial, h. 65 Charter 

Annable Eliza, widow, h. 10 Blossom 

Amiable Joseph D., 1 McLean ct. 

Annin W. B. engraver, 3 State 

Annis William, cooper, 52 Salem 

Aplin Eliza, widow, North Hanover court 

Appensella Andrew, tailor, rear Short, near Bedford 

Appleton Benjamin B. h. 4 Beach 

Appleton Charles, sailmaker, Forthill wf. h. 11 Prince 

Appleton Charles A. sailmaker, Murray place 

Appleton H. K. & J. W., Eng, goods and merchant tai- 
lors, 363 Washington, h. 20 Essex 

Appleton Hannah, boarding, .33 Milk 

Appleton Isaac H. surgeon dentist, 11 Winter 

Appleton John, mason, 8 Short 

Appleton John G. bookbinder, h. 120 Purchase 

Appleton Joseph W. house 20 Essex 

Appleton Mary, widow, 20 Essex 

Appleton Nathan (J. W. Paige ^ Co.), h. 39 Beacon 

Appleton Nathaniel W. h. 46 Mt. Vernon 

Appleton Robert & Co. (M. JVeioeU), commis. mer. 69 
Water. A.'s h. 3 Cambridge 

Appleton Samuel, merchant, house 36 Beacon 


j\ppleton Thomas, organ builder, Parkman market, h, 

corner Lyuian place 
Appleton William, Pres. U. S. Bank, h. 51 Beacon 
Applin Benjamin &, Wesson, housevvrights, Friend, h. 1 

Apthorp Charles Wentworlh, 9 West Cedar 
Archbald George, cabinetmaker, 695 Wash, h, 1 Dover 
Archbald Henry, 076 Washington 
Archbold Lawrence, rear Centre 
Archer James, engraver, 228 Washington 
Arkison William, ropemaker, south 752 Washington 
Arlin Sarah, boarding, 39 Pond 
Armour Thomas, prof, music, h. 8 Boylston square 
Armsby William, mason, h. 2 Cedar street court 
Armstrong David, shipwright, rear 3d street 
Armstrong Samuel T. lieut. gov. h. Bullincli 
Armstrong Thomas, laborer, h. 18 Devonshire ^ 
Arnistrong Washington, sailmaker, 11 Tileston 
Armstrong William, cordwainer, Salem 
Armstrong William, coppersmith, 8 Prince 
Arnew Samuel, laborer, 217 Ann 

Arnold Charles, dry goods, 42 Kilby, h. 184 Hanover 
Arnold Eliphaz, printer, h. 18 Washington place 
Arnold Harriet, widow of Joel H. 16 S. Bennet 
Arnold James, truckman, h. 462 Washington 
Arnold John, laborer, Canton rear Suffolk 
Arnold John, laborer. Canal 
Arnold John, gardener, h. Grove 
Arnold Joseph, truckman, 14 East 
Arnold Joseph, turner, h. 15 Carver 
Arnold Ruth, widow, N. Federal court 
Arnold Samuel S. leather and hides, 31 Broad 
Ash Susanna, widow, 11 Friend 
Ash James, h. North Margin 
Ashcroft Thomas, millwright, Sea, h. rear 89 do. 
Ashcroft William, millwright, h. Turr pike near 4th st. 
Ashley Luke, housewright, 219 Hanover 
Ashley Timothy, printer, 228 Hanover 
Ashman George, saddle-tree maker, h, Carney place 
Asliton Elisha V. fancy goods, 117 Wash. h. Bromfield H. 
Ashton Francis P. hairdresser, 28 Cong. h. 81 Mt. Vernon 
Ashton Sarah, widow of John, 1 Spring lane 
Ashton John *& Co. (£. H. IVade), umbrella and music, 

197 Washington, h. 02 Federal 
Aspinwall Augustus, merchant, 68 Broad 
Aspinwell Sam. mastmak. Commer. n. Hanov. h. 4 Foster 


Atherton Amanda, widow, Pinckney near Charles 

Atherton Jonathan, house opposite 15 Ash 

Atkins Benjamin (Hay ^ ji.), h. 3 Kingston 

Atkins EHsha, merch. 13 Rowe's wf. h. Spring c. Milton 

Atkins Henry (Viles 8^ Ji.), h. 5 Oak place 

Atkins Henry, capt. 54 iSalem 

Atkins Isaiah, crock, ware, 7 Merch. row, h. 86 Federal 1 

Atkins John, tobacconist, rear 150 Ann 

Atkins Joshua, capt., Spring c. Milton 

Atkins Silas, capt. 14 Prince 

Atkins Timo. 143 Washington, h. 12 Richmond 

Atkins Thomas G. dry goods, 143 Wash. h. 12 Richmond I 

Atkins William, painter, h. North Margin 

Atkinson {Jlvios) and Rollins ( fVin.), merchants, 38 India: 

Atkinson Henry. See Friend & A. • 

Atkinson John, clerk, h. rear ICO Washington 

Atwell Ann, widow, boarding, 5 Hanover 

Atwill Ebenezer, housewright. Leveret lane 

Atwood Charles, counsellor, 1 Barrister's Hall 

Atwood David, oysters, Devonshire 

Atwood John, 32 Cross 

Atwood John, oysters, 88 Cambridge 

Atwood Joshua, oysters, Bromfield 

Atwood Mary, widow, h. South street court 

Atwood Samuel, cordwainer, rear 5 Mason 

Atwood Stephen, h. Barrett 

Atwood Wm. & Co. (Tim. & David), oysters, 35 School 

Atwood William, oysters, 24 Union 

Augustus John, boot fact. 5 Franklin av. h. r. 58 Poplar 

Austin Arthur W. counsellor, 10 Court 

Austin Elbridge G. attorney, 17 Court, h. 141 Tremont 

Austin Ivers J. counsellor, 81 Wash. h. 141 Tremont 

Austin Ichabod M. truckman, 12 Long wf. h. East 

Austin James T. counsellor and attorney general, 81 
Washington, h. 141 Tremont 

Austin Jared, mustard fact. 15 Marshall, h. 24 Chambers 

Austin John A. mason, 3d street 

Austin Joseph, 68 Prince 

Austin Joseph, jr. tinplater, 236 Ann, h. Garden court 

Austin John, h. Clark 

Austin Matthew, grocer, 186 Ann 

Austin Nathan, laborer, 8 Bridge street court 

Austin (Richard) & Ellis (Rowland), flour, 18 Commer- 
cial, h. 11 Fleet 

Austin Samuel, h. 57 Beacon 


Austin Samuel, jr. mer. 34 India wf. h.57 Beacon 

Austin Samuel A. mason, rear 11 Blossom 

Austin Sarah, tailoress, 2 Norfolk place 

Austin Thomas, bricklayer, h. Nassau court 

Austin William R. See Downer, A. & Co. 

Auty Benjamin, weaver, 15 Charter 

Averill Hiram, boarding, 25 Merrimac 

Averill James C. tailor. Sea, h. East, r. engine house 

Avery Addison {Luke Brooks &, Co.), h. 61 Finckney 

Avery Sarah, Warren place 

Aves Thomas, 4 Myrtle court 

Avis James K. housejoiner, h. 5 Bath 

Axlell S. J. See Eben. Upham & Co. 

Ayer (Geo.) & Conant (Fred. P.), housewrights, Fulton. 

Ayer's house 9 Columbia 
Ayer James B. housewright, h. 22 Bridge 
Ayer Obadiah, housewright, 10 Blossom 
Ayer Thomas, housewright, Bulfinch, h. r. 59 Poplar 
Ayers Hannah, milliner, 62 Hanover 
Ayers Ira, hairdresser, op. 25 Batterymarch 
Ayers Josiah, branch pilot, 28 Cross 
Ayers Lemuel, branch pilot, 81 Prince 
Ayers John, waterman, 23 Richmond 
Ayers William, housewright, rear Battery 
Ayers Oliver, cordvvainer, 2 N. Market, h. r. 95 Salem 
Ayling Charles H. (H. A. & Son), h. 131 Pleasant 
Ayling (Henry) &. Son (C. H.), turners, cor. Elliot and 

Tremont. H. A.'s house 27 Warren 
Ayling Isaac, jeweller, rear 39 Washington 
Aylwin William C. counsellor, 17 Court, h. 23 Chesnut 

BABB LOIS, widow, house 20 Lincoln 

Babbet Cyrus, undertaker, h. 10 Purchase 

Babbidge Mary, widow, 92 Broad 

Babbit Alvin, housewright, h. 115 Essex 

Babbit Benajah, laborer. Turnpike near 4th street 

Babbit Winthrop G. constable, h. Ivers cor. Merrimac 

Babbit Willard, painter, Berry, h. 2 Sturgis place 

Babcock Abel, 25 F. H. market, h. 44 Myrtle / 

Babcock Archibald D. (Drew & B.), h. 6 Howard 

Babcock (Dex.) & Coolidgc (A.), W.I. g'ds, 9 Market sq. 

Babcock Dexter, hou?e 121 Pleasant 

Babcock James, housewright, h. N. Grove 

Babcock Lewis, pianoforleuiaker, 26 Bridge 

Babcock Martha, widow, 4 Franklin place 


Babcock Moses, gunsmith, 3 N. Margin 

Babcock Nancy, widow of Abraham, 175 1-2 Hanover 

Babrock S. H. {Fr'eeman Fisher &, Co.), h. 13 Franklin pi, 

Babcock Sarauel, h. Battery 

Babcock William, cabinetmaker, house Dedham 

Bacall Elizabeth, widow of Samuel, h. 11 S. Cedar 

Bacall Thomas, silversmitli, boards 11 S. Cedar 

Bacall VVra. K. cabinetmaker, 530, h. 534 Washington 

Bachi Pietro, prof Harvard University, h. 36 Hancock 

Eachelder Joshua, goldbeater, h 795 Washington 

Bachelder Jesse, cooper, rear 130 Sea, h. 2d street 

Bachelder John, blacksmith, h 4th street 

Bacheler James S. machinist, h. rear 600 Washington 

Bachelor William C. handcart, h. 5 Tremont, Pern, hill 

Bacon Alice, 7 Suffolk place 

Bacon Daniel C.nier. 20 Union wf h. 149 Tremont 

Bacon Elizabeth, widow, 5 Norfolk place 

Bacon Francis A. collector, h. 88 Tremont cor. Eliot 

Bacon Francis B. house 15 Ash 

Bacon Eliza, cor. Warren and Washington 

Bacon Henry S. clerk, h. 59 Tremont 

Bacon Henry, h. Ill Cambridge 

Bacon Hiram, mason, h. Broadway 

Bacon J: G. clerk, h. 5 Milk 

Bacon John, druggist, 40 Court, h. Cres(?ent place 

Bacon Joseph V. merchant, 32 Central wf h. 2 Derne 

Bacon Jos. G. 4 & 6 Faneuil Hall, h. Milk 

Bacon Judah, 3 Hancock row 

Bacon Leonard, blacksmith, house Creek square 

Bacon Lucy Ann, widow of William, Gibbs lane 

Bacon (L. B.) & Motley (T.jr.), dry goods, 7 Central 

Bacon Reuben, blacksmith, h. 18 Fayette 

Bacon (Robert) & Sons (Thomas C. & John), hat store, 

Ann corner Union 
Bacon Susan, school, Berry corner Sister 
Bacon Thomas C. 139 Hanover 
Bacon Thompson, h. 23 Temple 
Badger Ann, widow, 45 Myrtle 
Badger Daniel B. tailor, 151 Broad, h. 121 Purchase 
Badger Daniel D. (Wadleigh & B.),h. 8 Salem place 
Badger David, 18 Thacher 

Badger (J. H.) & Bruce (fra), fruit cellar, 7 Elm 
Badger John 15. trunk and harness maker, 4th street 
Badger Joseph, Milk corner Federal, h. 15 Hamilton 
Badger Martha, widow, 7 Charter 


Bad<:cr Mary, widow, rear 10 Cross ^ 

Badger Paine D. (Brown S,' B.), h. 554 Washington 
Badger Rebecca, widow, h. 13 North Bennet 
Badger Robert S. & David N. grocers, 71 Prince 
Badger Samuel L. paper hangings, 119 Wasfiington 
Badger Susan, widow, 28 North Russell 
Badger {Willard) & Porter {Roijal L.), publishers of 
American Traveller, 63 Court. B.'s h. 24 Bulfinch 
Badger William, brassfounder, rear Henchman lane 
Badger William, jr {Grover ^ B.), h. 57 Charter 
Badlam Stephen, house 17 Warren 
Bagley Cornelius, mariner, Broad near Purchase 
Bagley Currier F. dry goods, (50 Hanover, h. 59 Spring 
Bagloy Matthew, house Barrett 
Bagley Philip, housewright, Distil-house square 
Bagnall Thos. pump maker, Broad op. Packard's wharf, 

h. 5 Purchase place 
Bail William V. housewright, h. Broadway near I street 

ley Adams, dep. col. Custom H., h. 2 Hay ward place 

ley Barnabas, Pond 

ley B. engraver, 91 Wash. ent. Cornhill ct. h. 8 Derne 

ley Calvin, house 28 Purchase 

ley Cashing, coachmaker, h. 2 Elliot court 

ley Ebenezcfr, Principal Young Ladies' High school, 
Phillips place, h. 16 Pearl 

ley Ephraim, cooper. Front, h. Mechanic place 

ley Hart {r,ates & £.), h. 2 Wendell 

ley Henry, hat store, 17 Court, h. 24 Thacher 

ley Isaiah, mason, rear 41 Leveret 

ley Joanna, widow, 13 South Margin 

ley Joseph, carpenter, boards 25 Williams 

ley Levi, 1 Second 

ley Lewis J. 231 Hanover, h. Commercial n. Hanover 

ley Lucy B. widow, 33 Chambers 

ley Ruth, nurse, 17 Slaniford 

ley William, Adelphi House 

ley. See Bayley 

rd Augustus, porter City Bank, h. 56 Allen 

rd {George) <fe Fessenden (jbijah), engineers, 83 
Cambridge. B.'s h. 94 Cambridge 

rd Henry, 163 Hanover 

rd Daniel, housevvriglit, 30 Charles 

id John, tailor, rear Snowhill 

or Abel, bootmaker, 41 Congress, h 6 Mason 
Baker Abel, shoes, 61 Hanover, boards 25 Union 





Bilker Abel P, h. 3 Province House court 

Baker Barker, house Tljacher cor. Pond 

Bakor Cornelius, barkeeper, 51 Brattle, h. 104 Court 

Baker Christian, widow, 405 Washin<iton 

Baker Charles, brassfounder, h. 730 Washington 

Baker Eliphalet & Co. {Paid Mden ^ JVm. Jones), dry 

goods, 81 Kilby, h. 84 Federal 
Baker Ephraim L. innkeeper, Sun Tavern, Batterymarch 
Baker Francis, W. I. goods, 24 Long vvf. h. 21 Hancock 
Baker George, captain, 16 Bennet 
Baker Henry F. {J. B. & Sun), h. 8 Chesnut 
Baker Hn-ani, housewright, Thaclier street court 
Baker Horace {Ball, B. <fe Co.), h. 84 Federal 
Baker James K. boardinghouse, 9 Brattle 
Baker Isaiah &. Benj. oysters, Commercial Coffee House 
Baker Isaiah, h. 10 Batterymarch 
Baker James, 18 North Market 
Baker John, sailmaker, 11 Tileston 
Baker John, jr. agent G. H. Holbrook's bell factory, 8 

Lons: wf, h. 30() Wasiiington 
Baker John B. saddler, 2 Elm 
Baker John W. {Jlndrews &. B.), h. 11 Tileston 
Baker Joseph & Son {Henry F.), mer. 40 Central wharf 
Baker Joseph, Pres. Mercantile Marine Insurance Co. 

house U) Franklin place 
Baker Judah P. captain, h. F street 
Baker Martin, clerk, rear 45 Prince 
Baker Mary, 25 Pleasant 
Baker Mary, widow, 34 Warren 
Baker Richard, sailmaker, house 11 Tileston 
Baker Ruel, painter, 410 Washington, h. 2 Nassau 
Baker Samuel, dentist, 103 Court 
Baker Samuel, captain, house 30 Orange 
Baker Samuel, clerk, 57 Myrtle 
Baker Samuel D. mason, rear 254 Hanover 
Baker Theodore, dry goods, 223 Wash. h. W. Cedar 
Baker T. M. auctioneer, 46 Washington, h. Broadway 
Baker William, dentist, rear 78 Warren 
Baker William, painter, Sargent's wharf, h. 85 Charter 
Baker William, marble cutter, 3 North square 
Baker Wm. H. plumber &; glazier, Broad op. Rowe's wf. 
Bakewell Henry, brassfounder, h. 12 May 
Balch Benjamin, Secretary Suffolk Insurance Co. 
Balch Joseph, Pres. Merchants' Insurance Co. State 
Balch N. & A. school, op. 1 Orange court, h. 4 Orange 


Balch Susan, widow of Nathaniel, rear 505 Washington 
Balch Vistus, engraver, boards 204 Washington 
Baldrey Samuel, shipkeeper, h. Langdon place 
Baldwin Aaron, President Washington Bank and of 

Boylston Insurance Co. house 12 Essex 
Baldwin Abel, housewright, h. Barrett 
Baldwin Abel 2d, turner. Pond, h. 2'J Thacher 
Baldwin {Btnj. D.) and Gay (Levus H.), 11 F. H. market 
Baldwin Benjamin D. house 1 Wesley place, Ann si. 
Baldwin Edward, house W. Cedar 
Baldwin James F. engineer, Leveret, h. 2 Howard 
Baldwin Josiah, conslable, 38 Court, h. 98 Pleasant 
Baldwin Lucy, dry goods, 19 Slaniford 
Baldwin Luke, merchant, 8 Merchants row 
Baldwin Margaret D. wid. of Rev. Thomas, 37 Portland 
Baldwin T. W. & Co. (Samuel Sfdlman), 40 Kilby, 

house W. Cedar 
Baldwin William & Charles, dyers, 19 Brattle 
Balford George, gardener, 153 Broad 
Ball Daniel G. cooper, 13 Custom-h. st. h. Batterymarch 
Ball {Gardner), Baker (Horace) & Co. {B. L. Whitneij)^ 

dry goods, 89 Kilby. Ball's house 25 Atkinson 
Ball Hannah, boarding, rear Tudor's building, Court 
Ball Job F. tailor, boards 3 Bath 
Ball John.' See Cate & B. 

Ball John M. cooper, h. Commercial near Hanover 
Ball Joseph, house Butolph 
Ball Lucy M. infant school. Theatre alley 
Ball Martha V. infant school, Mariners' Church, Purchase 
Ball Mary, h. Southac cor. Garden 
Ball Nahum, inspector Custom House, h. C6 Charter 
Bali Patrick, housewright, h. Avery 
Ball William L. {Waters S^ B.), h. 13 Sudbury 
Ballard Daniel, shipwright, 263 Ann 
Ballard Daniel, jr. shipwright, 2(33 Ann 
Ballard Eliza, Bartlelt ' 

Ballard George, shipwright, 2G3 Ann 
Ballard H. S. (J. H. Bradford V Co.), b'ds 1 Suffolk pi. 
Ballard John, house 49 Federal 
Ballard & Prince {Joseph Ballard, Charles Ji. Prince ^ 

JVm. Ballard), carpet warehouse, 1G8 Washington 
Ballard Joseph, house 480 Washington 
Ballard Joseph A. house South street court 
Ballard Marjory, widow, 22 Pleasant 
Ballister Joseph. See McLellan & B. 


Ballord Albert (Bullard ^ B.), h. 102 Washington 

Ballou Hosea, Rev., h. 24 Myrtle 

Ballou Ira, VV. I. goods, Milk, h. Sister near Berry 

Balls James, captain, h. 3d street 

Bamford John, laborer, VViilianis court 

Banchor J(<hn, inspector cnsloms, h. 33 Cambridge 

Bancroft Aaron, merchant, 22 Broad, house 5 Oliver 

Bancroft Al)igail, widow of John, rear 132 Hanover 

Bancroft Charles, boards 42 Hanover 

Bancroft Hannah P. boarding, 2 Central court 

Bancroft Lucy, gf)verness Female Asylum, Essex 

Bancroft Jacob, Amer. goods, 27 Union, h. 2S Portland 

Bancroft. J. O. chairs, 30 Commercial, h. 8 Chambers 

Bancroft Thomas, truckman, 22 Broad, house 5 Wendell 

Bangs Barnabas, boarding, 1 and 2 Pearl 

Bangs Benjamin, mer. 49 Central wf. h. 50 Mt. Vernon 

Bangs Edw. D., Sec. State, house 2 Walnut 

Bangs G. &, W & Co. {Isaac and George P. Bangs), 

impi>rters of dry goods, 86 Water, h. 23 Mt. Vernon 
Bangs George P. house 32 Mount Vernon 
Bangs Isaac, house 50 Beacon 
Ban^is Isaiah, 15 Lon^ wharf 
Bangs Martin, mason, house GO Fayette 
Bangs W. H. See Lombard & B. 
Banister Elizabeth, widow, 32 Cross 
Banister John F. cooper and inspector of fish, 152 Sea, 

house 88 Federal 
Banister David C. tinplater, house 3 Jefferson 
Bannon Patrick, laborer, Friend 
^aniion Patrick, laborer, 20 Sudbury 
Barber Abigail, widow, Ridge way lane 
Barber Erastus, tailor, 253 Washington, h. 1 Jackson pi. 
Barber James L. blacksmith, Snow's wharf, h. 276 Ann 
Barber Joseph F. caulker and graver, 240 Hanover 
Barber Mary, widow of Samuel, house 276 Ann 
Barbour Elizabeth, widow, 34 Prince 
Barbour James S. house 18 Friend 
Barbour John N. See Sullivan & Co. 
Bargery Thomas, trader, 664 Washington 
Barker FVederick W. measurer Custom H., h. at Exch'^e 
Barker George, furnit-ire, J3 Milk, h. 9 Nassau 
Barker James, liv. stable, rear 229 Wash, b'ds Marl, hotel 
Barker Jed. cordwainer, Bromfield, h. 10 Prov. H. court 
Barker John, cordwainer, house 31 Spring 
Barker John D. mariner, Essex place 


Barker Josiah H. housewriglit, 4th street 

Barker Nath'l, W. 1. goods, 105 Ann, boards S. Lang's 

Marker (Rcnsellaer) & Ford (JVGi/t.),housevvr'ts, Haverhill 

Barker Ruth, widow of Moses, Pinckney corner Charles 

Barker Sewall, grocer, liead Rowe's wharf, h. rear Sister 

Barker Susanna, widow, rear Sister near Berry 

Barker Susan B. dressmaker, rear Sister near Berry 

Barker Theodore 1*. housewright, house 40 Poplar 

Barlow H. S. See Wetherell, Fowle & B. 

Barnard (Charles), Advuns (^bei) & Co. (G. M. Barnard), 

nierch. 41 Commercial wf Barnard's h. 12 South 
Barnard David, distiller, 60 Prince, h. 36 Merrimac 
Barnard Eben. broker, 2 Rogers' building, b'ds Laf hotel 
Barnard George M. (B., Jldams <fe Co.), house 12 South 
Barnard Hezekiah, Treas. Commonwealth, h. 22 Beacon 
Barnard Jarnes (Edgerly, Vinal & Co.), h. 49 Portland 
Barnard John {Cottons ^ B.), house 2 Cottage place 
Barnard {John M.) & Trull {John), distillers, Dislil-h. sq. 
Barnard John M, house Hawkins 
Barnard Mary, h. Broadway 
Barnard Nathan, house Creek square 
Barnard Robert M. ammunition, 1 City wf h. 5 Leveret 
Barnard Samuel, 100 Faneuil Hall market 
Barnard Tristram, 28 Green 
Barnard William K. house Broadway 
Barnes Abraham, housewright, h. 45 Congress 
Barnes Ann, widow, Butolph, near Cambridge 
Barnes Augustus F. 82 and 84 Hanover 
Barnes D. W. & S. H. ship chandlery. Commercial 
Barnes David P. mariner, house 61 Sea 
Barnes (Edwin) <fc Alley (C. R.), tailors, 13 Brattle. 

B.'s house 35 Myrtle 
Barnes Gillum, house 25 Allen 

Barnes Isaac O. naval ofRcer Custom H., h. 83 Mt. Vern. 
Barnes Isaac, trunkmaker, Hancock row 
Barnes James, 4 Barton 

Barnes John, clerk, 165 Tremont, boards 12 Hanover 
Barnes Joseph W. & George W. grocers, 7 Cross 
Barnes Jotham, h. 73 Purchase 

Barnes Martin, boardinghouse, Ann cor. Langdon place 
Barnes Martin, jr. 16 Fleet 
Barnes Mary, nurse, house 54 Warren 
Barnes Parker, W. I. goods, 424 Washing, h. 2 Pleasant 
Barnes Samuel H. housewright, rear 59 Poplar 
Barnes Silas P. wood wf 168 Sea, h. Sea near the bridge 


Barnes Susan, widow, 38 Carver 

Barnes Susan M. nurse, 11 Vine 

Barnes Thomas, dentist, 2 Howard 

Barnes Thomas, housewright, 116 Hanover 

Barnes Thomas P. hardware, 28 Dock square, h. Sheafe 

Barnes William H. hardware, 5 Union, h. 110 Hanover 

Barnes William, printer, house rear 45 Congress 

Barnett John, laborer, h. 8 Atkinson 

Barnett Patrick, laborer, h. 8 Atkinson 

Barnett Robert {Grant, Seaver & (-o.), l\. 18 Franklin pi. 

Barney Christopher C. 6 Piedmont 

Barney Jonathan, housewright, 1 South Margin 

Barnicoat William, joiner, Snow's wharf, h. 79 Charter 

Barr Thomas, restorator, Tudor's building, rear 20 Court 

Barrell Joseph, clerk, 15 India wf. h. Wash. Coffee H, 

Barrell Samuel B. counsellor, 10 Court, house 6 Park 

Barrett Aaron, clerk, h. 98 Court 

Barrett George, domestic goods, 89 Milk, h. 15 Pearl pi. 

Barrett George, wirevvorkt r, h. 26 Carver 

Barrett George, Tremont Theatre, b'ds 17 Franklin pi. 

Barrett Geo. C. seed store, 51 N. Market, h. 171 Hanover 

Barrett John, coachman, rear 44 Essex 

Barrett Josh. (S. W.&^J.B.),\nnkeep. Lion T. 359 Wash. 

Barrett Nathaniel A. merchant. State, h. 8 Rowe place 

Barrett S. W. & J. tailors, 356 Washing, h. Lion Tavern 

Barrett Samuel, Rev. 26 Hancock 

Barrett Samuel, principal Adams school. Mason 

Barrett Samuel, h. Cedar cor. Pinckney 

Barrett Samuel F. machinist, h. 199 Hanover 

Barrett Thomas, printer, 14 Water, house 23 Allen 

Barrett Varnum (C- Buttrick &, Co.), n. 2 Cooper 

Barrett Wm. & Co. woolen and silk dyers, 35 Cornhill 

Barrett William, h. 38 Salem 

Barrett William, captain, 2 Battery 

Barringtcrti Edward, undertaker, house South Margin 

Barron Thomas S. tinplater,91 Essex, h. do. 

Barrows E. stove factory, 553 Washington 

Barrus Rufus, physician, 1 North Bennet 

Barry Bartholomew, tailor, Washington avenue 

Barry (C. J.) & Low {Kathaniel) , W. L goods, 19 City 

wharf Barry's house 13 Green 
Barry Charles (Hager & B.), house 10 Fayette 
Barry Charles C. clerk, h. 51 Carver 
Barry David, truckman, h. Bulolph 
Barry Edward, messenger Common. Bank, h. 690 Wash. 


Barry Edward H. hackman, h. 7 Boylston square 

Barry Ellen, Peck lane 

Barry George, house 4 Arnold 

Barry Henry {Pollard & B.), house 13 Green 

Barry James, stevedore, rear 101 Broad 

Barry James, insp. offish, T wharf, h. C90 Washington 

Barry (James) & Rand {^3aron), coopers, 721 Washing. 

Barry Jason M. handcartman, h. rear 379 Washington 

Barry Lydia, widow of Thomas, jr. h. Barry's wharf 

Barry Tiiomas, manager Tremont Tlieatre, h. 34 Elliot 

Barry Thomas, surveyor of lumber, 72 Essex 

Barry William, hat store, 94 Washington, h. 13 Green 

Barrvmore VV^illiam, house 36 Boylstftn 

Barstow Sally, widow, 13 Tileston 

Barter David, truckman, h. 46 Pleasant 

Bartholomew (Erastus) & Co. (.S'c/A ^tZams), machinists, 

Ilarlaem pi. Bartholomew's house Broadway 
Bartlett A. H. & Co. com. mer. 19 Central, b'ds Kilburn's 
Bartlett Charles, clerk U. S. Bank 
Bartlett Daniel, dry goods, 14 Central 
Bartlett Daniel, jr. house Moon 
Bartlett Hosea, housewright,'4 Centre, h. S. Cedar 
Bartlett George, physician, 33 Green 
Bartlett George O. clerk, 91 Hanover, h. 196 Tremont 
Bartlett Hamilton P. dry goods, 99 Hanov. h. 1 Howard 
Bartlett James, Bartlett's wharf, house 56 Salem 
Bartlett John, musician, 19 Garden 
Bartlett Joseph, house Commercial near Prince 
Bartlett Joseph H. »%. Co. (Otis Minot), near Warren 

bridge, house Commercial 
Bartlett Levi & Co. (E. T. Farrington), W. I. goods, 7 

Long wharf, h. 4 Howard 
Bartlett Ruth, widow, h. 22 North Russell 
Bartlett Samuel, house Commercial near Hull 
Bartlett Sidney, counsellor, 16 Court 
Bartlett Theodore, housewright, h. 10 Myrtle 
Bartlett Theodore, housewright, h. Mechanic place 
Bartlett Thomas, house 155 Tremont 
Bartlett Warner, hackman, boards 14 Federal 
Bartlett William, hook and eye nianufacturer, h. Arnold 
Bartlett William S. cabinetmaker, 10 Henchman lane 
Bartoll Samuel F'. painter, cor. Portland and Merrimac 
Barton G. E. tailor, 27 Brattle 

Bnrton Henry H. saddler and trunkm. 213, h. 215 Wash. 
Bascom {H. L.) & Alker {Thomas), stable, 38 School 


Bascom Henry L. innkeeper Boylston Hotel, 38 School 
Bascom William, inst. Franklin school, b'ds 130 Pleasant 
Bascom {William B.) & Dashwood (C. P.), 27 State. 

Bascom 's house 130 Pleasant 
Bason (Thos.) ^ Leeds (Jno. H.), bookbind'rs, 134 Wash. 
Bass Abigail, widow, h. rear 5 Belknap 
Bass Ann, opposite 15 Front 
Bass Ann, Salutation 

Bass George, hatier, 9 Faneuil Hall, h. 127 Hanover 
Bass Henry, assessor, house 14 Orange 
Bass Horatio, U. S. deputy marshal, 20 Court 
Bass Moses, clerk City Treasury, h. 22 Sudbury 
Bass Selh, librarian Athenaeum, Pearl 
Bass Sophia, 6 Elliot 

Bass Stephen G. {White & B.), boards 6 Poplar 
Bassett Cushman, 30 North Market, h. City Tavern 
Bassett Fran. Dist. clerk, Barrist. Hall, h. 1 Hancock av. 
Bassett Henry, mariner, Commercial near Hanover 
Bassett Isaac M. dry goods, 309, boards 266 Washington 
Bassett Joanna, boarding, 55G Washington 
Bassett Joseph, 43 Charter 

Bassett Sam'l, jr. sailmak. Arch wf. h. Commer. n. Foster 
Bassett Zephaniah, blacksmith, head Hancock's wharf, 

house Unity court 
Bassford Jesse P. rigger, h. 106 Commercial 
Baston Andrew, grain dealer, house 24 Carver 
Batchelder Francis, lumber. Front, h. 32 Orange 
Batchelder Sewall, victualler, 88 Commercial, h. 234 Ann 
Batcheldor Sally, boarding, 31 Brattle 
Batcheldor {Samuel) & Ames {Ezra), housewrights, 23 

Battery wharf 
Bateman John, lamps, Bromfield, h. G Graphic court 
Bates Abiel, trader, h. 1 Pitts place 
Bates Benj. E. {Davis, B. & Turner), b'ds Bromfield H. 
Bates Benjamin, cordvvainer, rear 160 Washington 
Bates Daniel, stoves, 21 Elm, house 2 JefF&rson place 
Bates Elizabeth, widow of Daniel, 56 Essex 
Bates Ezckiel, housewright. Causeway, h. 10 Lyman pi. 
Bates F. N. cordwainer. Green, h. 59 Prince 
Bates George, physician, h. 12 Franklin place 
Bates Henry C. chair painter, 92 Merrimac 
Bates James, cordwainer, Bedford, h. rear 39 Sea 
Bates John, painter, Bromfield, house 31 Pinckney 
Bates {John) & Dykes (John), cloth finishers, Pitts court. 

B.'s house 3 Cornhill square 


Bates {John D) & Co. (A. W. Thaxtcr, jr.), merchants, 

55 (yomnicrcial wharf, h. 59 Mt. Vernon 
Bates Joseph L. musical instrument maker, 6 Court 
Bates Joseph N. (Brown & S.), h. 106 Salem 
Bates Joshua C. {Thayer *& B), boards Cornhill court 
Bates Levi, mason, G Myrtle court 
Bates Martin, iiatler, 10 Ann, house 22 Sheafe 
Bates Mary, widow, 13 Tileston 

Bates Mi not F. iiousewright, h. rear 235 Washington 
Bates {JVathanid JV.) & Bailey {Hart), house and ship 

joiners, Atkinson 
Bates Rachael, widow, 15 Washington place 
Bates Sally and Mercy, h. corner Washington avenue 
Bates Samuel, W. 1. goods, 35 Central wf. h. 13 Williams 
Bates Samuel, jr. {Leavitt & B.), h. rear 26 Chambers 
Bates Samuel 1). painter, 54, h. 35 Cambridge 
Bates Seth, cabinetmaker, Dorchester 
Bates Sophia, boarding house, 20 Atkinson 
Bates Stephen, house 56 Essex 

Bates Thomas, housewright, h. Church near S. Cedar 
Bates Thomas, refreshments, rear 617 Wash. h. 50 Front 
Bates Thomas L. housewright, boards Mason 
Bates William, house 56 Essex 

Bates William, painter, 82 Commercial, h. 5 Leveret ct. 
Batey William, hairdresser, house 10 Hamilton 
Battelle Leonard, laborer, h. rear 671 Washington 
Batterman Margaret C. widow, house 105 Essex 
Battest Anthony, boatman, Hanover avenue 
Baitis Josiah. See Gookin, Hobart &. Co. 
Battles Jason D. grocer, 145 Hanover, h. 69 Salem 
Baury Mary, widow, 4 Waverley place 
Baxter Albert G. broker, 4 Exchange, h. 16 Hancock 
Baxter Ann, widow, rear Battery 
Baxter Barney, laborer, rear 36 Front 
Baxter Benjamin D. See Dudley & B. 
Baxter Charles F. clerk, boards at Kilburn's Coffee H. 
Baxter Daniel, lumber wharf and house 77 Front 
Baxter Edward W. house Merrimac 
Baxter Elizabeth, widow, 55 Bowdoin 
Baxter {Enos K.) & Dutton {Benj.), W. L goods, 34 

Central wharf. B.'s house Oliver 
Baxter Hannah N. upholstress, 12 Tileston 
Baxter James, jr. {Farnsworth & B.), b'ds at Kilburn's 
Baxter John W. cooper, h. Henchman lane 
Baxter Jonathan, cordwainer, 20 Richmond 


Baxter Joseph G. clothing store, 73 Ann, h. 2 Causeway i 

Baxter Nancy, widow, 3 Columbia 

Baxter Rufus, house 12 Tileston 

Baxter Samuel D. P. dry g'ds, 203 Wash, b'ds 7 Howard I 

Baxter Sheming, harnessmaker, 64 Hanover 

Baxter Thompson, house E street 

Baxter VV. S. 12 Tileston 

Bayley Benjamin, housewright, 15 South Russell 

Bayley Elizabeth L. widow, dressmaker, Brighton 

Bayley (Rich. W.), Poor {Henry) & Richardson ( Wm. i/.), 

dry goods, 28 Kilby. Bayley's h. 14 Avon place 
Bayley Samuel K. auctioneer, Battery march, h. 4 Pitts 
Bayley Thomas J. messenger American Bank 
Baylies Edmund, mer. 18 Central wf. h. 49 Mt. Vernon 
Bazin George W. printer, 40 Cornhill, h. 56 Myrtle 
Bazin Mary, widow of Abraham, opposite 75 Elliot 
Bazin William C. clerk in post office, h. 15 Spring 
Beach Meribah, boarding house, 3 Somerset court 
Beacher Michael, laborer, 90 Merrimac 
Beal Bela, mason, house Beach 

Beal Benjamin (John G. Loring & Co.), h. 33 Blossom 
Beal Christopher <& Co. (Thos. Howe), grocers, Derne. 

Beal's house May 
Beal David, W. I. goods, 38 Belknap 
Beal Hannah, widow, opposite 79 Pleasant 
Beal Henry, house 55 Hanover 
Beal Jonathan, grocer, Charles, house Southac 
Beal Levi, paper hanger, h. rear 171 Washington 
Beal Madison, grocer, Southac corner W. Centre 
Beal Martin, housewright, house 22 Chambers 
Beal Samuel & Sons {H. <^ W. L.), furniture, 31 Hano- 
ver, h. Salem corner Noyes place 
Beal Thacher, mason, house Wheeler's court 
Beal Wilder, grocery, 29 Belknap 
Beal W. L. (S. B. & Sons), house 11 Sheafe 
Beals Caroline A. tailoress, 485 Washington 
Beals Henry, house rear 26 Winter 
Beals Levi, jr. saddler, h. Butolph near Cambridge 
Beals Mary, widow, h. Derne 
Beals Samuel, house 16 Friend 
Beals Samuel J. See Higginson, B. & Co. 
Beals {Wm.) & Greene {Charles G.), proprietors Morn- 
ing Post, 19 Water. Beals's house 19 Green 
Beaman G. S. victualler, 22 Commercial, h. Blackstone 
Bean Archibald, mariner, Sheafe corner Snowhill 


Bean Aaron, 41 Commercial 

Bean Charles, stonecutter, house 14 Second 

Bean Edward, laborer, opposite 8 Atkinson 

Bean Elias, house 13 Beacon 

Bean Hannah, dressmaker, h. 25 Pinckney 

Bean James, mason, h. 42 Pond 

Bean John, laborer, h. 9 Brighton 

Bean Patrick, Mechanic 

Bean William G. h. 3 Tremont near Washington 

Beard Albin, printer, 24 Congress, house 24 Atkinson 

Beatey Robert, musician, h. 96 Cambridge 

Beath John, housevvright, house Broadway 

Beath Lydia, ladies' trussmaker, 585 Washington 

Beath Sarah, boarding house, 9 Suffolk place 

Beatley Elizabeth, widow, 324 Ann 

Beatley Spencer (/. Foiolc & Co.), h. 324 Ann 

Beatty William, stevedore, 248 Hanover 

Beaverstock Eliza, widow, Charlestown 

Beck Andrew, mariner, 10 North square 

Beck George W. Bromfield near Tremont 

Beck John, laborer, 18 Stiliman 

Beck Sarah H B. widow of Frederick, h. 64 Warren 

Beck William, messenger Atlas Bank 

Beckett Asa, cooper, rear 106 Sea 

Beckett John, cooper, h. Sea near the bridge 

Bedel S. L. artificial flowers, 244 Washington 

Bedlington Timothy, bookstore, 62 Cornhill, h. Minot 

Beebe J. M. dry goods, 84 Hanover, h, 1 Montgomery pi. 

Beecher Laban S. carver, 8 North Market 

Beeton John, watchman, rear 337 Washington 

Belcher Eunice, boarding house, 12 Staniford 

Belcher Henry S. clerk, house 12 Staniford 

Belcher John H., Chatham, house 46 Spring 

Belcher Joseph, jr. painter. Water, h. Theatre alley 

Belcher Joshua H. school, Chauncey pi. h. 12 Staniford 

Belcher Nancy, 98 Pleasant 

Belding Harvey, house rear 5 Belknap 

Belding Mary, widow, h. 23 Belknap 

Belding Samuel, 19 Boylston market, h. 71 Elliot 

Belknap A. E. boards at Tremont House 

Belknap Ebenezer, clockmaker, h. Jefferson cor. Trem't 

Belknap John, merchant, 34 State, h. 2 Mt, Vernon 

Belknap William, mason, May 

Bell Abigail, widow, nurse, rear 660 Washington 

Bell Amory, stall, I Boylston market 


Bell Ann, widow, 17 Warren 

Bell Edward mason, 71 Prince 

Bell Eliza, 12 Tileston 

Bell Elizabeth, widow of Samuel, 211 Hanover 

Bell George, tailor, 360 VVashinglon, h. do. 

Bell George, coach maker, Hawley pi. h. 7 W. Second 

Bell George M. mason, 48 Prince, h. Margaret 

Bell Hannah, nurse, 19 Betinet 

Bell Mary, widow, rear 234 Washington 

Bell Mary E. dressmaker, rear 234 Washington 

Bell Mary Ann, sempstress. 48 Warren 

Bell Mary T. widow, rear 81 Sea 

Bell Samuel, housewright, C Foster 

Bell Thomas, physician, rear Milk, near Pearl 

Bell {Thomas C.) Si, Cowley {Caleb C), sailmakers, 

Prentice's wharf. Bell's house 128 Purchase 
Bell William, watch glass manufocturer, 1 Lindall, h. do. 
Bell Wm. jr. coach trimmer, Bromfield, h. Nassau court 
Bell William D. grocer, 223 Ann. h. 2 Stillman 
Bellamy William, fancy goods, 139 Court, h. 21 Brighton 
Bellows William (Moore & £.), h. 28 Blossom 
Belser Frederick, housewright, h. P st. S. Boston point 
Belser Godfrey F., P street 
Bemis Amory, provisions, City market 
Bemis Daniel VV. mariner, rear 153 Ann 
Bemis Leonard, 8 Boylston market, h. 8 Friend st. place 
Bemis Mary, widow of Leonard, 8 Friend st. place 
Bemis Samuel A. dentist, 32 School, b'ds Tremont H. 
Bemis William M. boarding house, 156 Ann 
Ben John R. Battery 

Bender Jacob, broker, 5 City Hall, h. Green 
Benjamin Asher, architect, Court c. Trem. h. W. Cedar 
Benjamin Park, 18 Tudor's buildings 
Benjamin William C. shoemaker, h. W. Centre 
Bennet Benjamin, bread store, 55 Myrtle 
Bennet Daniel R. 186 Ann 
Bennet Hannah, widow, 2 Vine 
Bennet John, blacksmith, h. opposite 13 Pleasant 
Bennet Martin, housewright, h. 30 Carver 
Bennet Rebecca, rear 10 i'rince 
Bennet Susan, widow, 34 Prince 

Bennet Susan, widow. Commercial, opposite Gray's wf. 
Bennet William, stonecutter, rear 67 Elliot 
Bennett Bezaleel, blacksmith, house 36 Short 
Bennett James, laborer, house 9 Brighton 



Bennett James H., W. I. goods, 93 Commer. h. 80 Salem 

Bennett John, provisions, 116 Court, h. 38 Myrile 

Bennett Nancy, upliolstress, 4 Norfolk place 

Bennett Thomas, laborer, house rear 35 Allen 

Bense Frederick, shoemaker, 87 Pleasant, h. Warren pi. 

Bense George S. printer, Warren place 

Benson Fred. A. {J. Benson &, Son), b'tis 5 Brattle sq. 

Benson John, laborer, C8 Elliot 

Benson John & Son (F. £.), merchants, 18 City wf., coal 

168 Sea, h. Berry cor. Federal 
Benson Joshua, housewright, 1 Sweetser court 
Benson Seth E. merchant^ 42 Commercial, h. 44 Webster 

St. E. Boston 
Benson T. Constant, housewright. Commercial n. Foster 
Bent Adam, Old Road, South Boston 
Bent Albert A. 48 Long wharf, h. 3 Suffolk place 
Bent Ann, ii. 216 Washington 
Bent Daniel, mason, 15 S. Margin 
Bent George E. clerk, h. 3 Suffolk place 
Bent John P. {Whitcomh & B.), h. 58 Myrtle 
Bent Samuel W. «fe Co. (WilUam Watson), dry goods, 

235 Washington, h. 7 Federal 
Bent S. C. rear North square 
Beniley Francis, cordwainer, h. Gridley 
Bentley Samuel, shipwright, Commercial near Ann 
Bernard Sarah, widow, 9 Clark 
Berry Abigail, widow, 35 Poplar 
Berry Mary, widow, h. Southac op. Southac court 
Berry Nehemiah. See H. Chase & Co. 
Berry Stephen H. mason, h. Elliot cor. Carver 
Berry Theophilus, 48 Pond 
Berry William, 290 Ann 
Besent Joseph, typefounder, Hull 
Bethune George, house 129 Tremont 
Bettis Harriet, widow, Tlieatre alley 
Betteley Atidrew, mason, 138 Hanover 
Bettenson Richard, boat builder, h. 64 Salem 
Betton Ninian C. counsellor, 31 Court 
Bickford Ebenezer, mariner, 14 Washington place 
Bickford Joseph, laborer, rear 18 S. Bennet 
Bickford John, boards 50 Front 
Bickford Rufus, laborer, 11 Fleet 
Bicknell Hannah, boarding house, 10 Atkinson 
Bicknell Sophia, widow, 16 Fayette 
Bicknell Sarah, boarding house, G54 Washington 


Bickum John K. housewright, h. 49 Fayette 

Bigello Isaac, blacksmith, h. 41 Portland 

Bigelovv Abraham O. 62 Washington 

Bigelow Elijah (Smith & B.), h. Vine 

Bigelow Francis R. (Mansfield & B.), boards 4 Bowdoin 

Bigelow George F. attorney, 10 Court 

Bigelow Jacob, physician, 37 Summer ^ 

Bigelow John, jeweller, 6*2 Washington, h. 10 Pinckney 

Bigelow John P. counsellor, h. 664 Washington 

Bigelow Joseph J. jeweller, 4 Elm, h. rear 21 Portland 

Bigelow Nancy, dry goods, 436 Washington 

Bigelow Rufus, stage driver, house 8 Norfolk place 

Bigelow (Samuel) & Liverrnore (George), leather and 

shoes, 19 Broad 
Bigelow Winthrop, 10 Centre 

Biglow Charles, tailor, 350 Wash. h. rear 52 Tremont 
Billings (Eben.) cV Marsh (Jos. M.), W. I. goods, 5 India 
Billings EV.enezer, house 130 Purchase 
Billings Ebenezer, jr. clerk, house rear 75 Elliot 
Billings & Glidden, innholders, Pond c. Cross 
Billings John E. clerk, h. 17 Portland 
Billings Merrick P. paperhanger, h. 102 Tremont 
Billings Mary Ann, milliner, 52 Hanover 
Billings Nancy, widow, 26 Orange 
Billings Nathaniel, cordvvainer, h. 32 Cross 
Billings William G. (Thaclier & /?.), h. 497 Washington 
Bilyou Wm. laborer. Broad, op. Maine wf. 
Bingham C. R. h. 14 Blossom 

Bingham Daniel (Josiah Peirce 8,' Co.), b'ds Franklin H. 
Bingham John, clerk in Custom House, h. 4 Bowdoin 
Bingham Rebecca, widow, rear Broadway 
Binney Amos, c. room 50 State, h. 21 Mt. Vernon 
Binney Barnabas, messenger Granite Bank 
Binney Charles J. F. 1 Commercial wf. h. 53 Allen 
Binney Hannah, widow of Amos, 17 Mount Vernon 
Binney John A. h. 17 Mt. Vernon 
Binney John, 1 Commercial wharf, h. 29 Green 
Binney John C. 1 Commercial wharf, h. 29 Green 
Binney John, housevvright, 27 Friend 
Binney (Mattheio) & Ellis (Nathaniel, jr.), umbrella 

makers, 77 Court 
Binney Matthew, h. 4 Leveret 
Birch Wm. blacking maker, h. rear Lenox 
Bird Abraham B. h. 36 Elliot 
Bird Abraham H. lumber wf. Front, h, 29 Warren 


Bird Asa, cabinetmaker, h. 1 Cedar street court 
Bird Cornelius, 64 F. H. market, h. 27 Vernon 
Bird Elisha B. {Thurston & B.), h. 7 Leveret 
Bird George W. W. housewriglit, h. 40 Poplar 
Bird George W. harness maker, h. Temple avenue 
Bird Harrison, 27 Vernon 

Bird Isaac, paper hanger, Water, bouse 9 Carver 
Bird Margaret, widow of James, b. Blossom place 
Bird James, laborer, h. Barrett 

Bird Jesse & Harrison, 38 F. H. market, h. 7 Leveret 
Bird John H. bouse bead of 4tb street 
Bird Matthew {Flagg & B.), b. S. Margin 
Bird Robert L. 107 State, h. Nassau court 
Bird Samuel J. (Gay <^ B.), h. 10 Kneeland 
Bird William S. {Jokn H. Bradford 8f Co.), b. 1 Somer- 
set place 
Bird William, dry goods, 207 Wash. b. 35 Temple 
Bisbee Albert, b. Commercial near Hull 
Bisbee {ji.) &. Edwards (Hugh), blacksmiths, Commer- 
cial near Prince 
Bishboi Augustus, lithog. printer, boards Canton, n. Suf. 
Bishop Chs. C. book keeper, b. 8 Howard 
Bishop Samuel C. shoes, 172 Washington 
Bishop Wni. P. captain, 11 S. Cedar 
Bishop Henry C. sexton Trinity Church, b. rear St. Paul's 

Church, Trcmont 
Bishop William, gunsmith, 32 Exchange 
Bissel Charlotte, h. Fleet 
Bissell Dolly, widow, Creek square 
Bittle William, gilder, (i6 Court, h. Essex court 
Bittner Elizabeth G. widow, silk dyer, 560 Washington 
Bixby Luther, 32 Commercial, b. 3 Gouch 
Bixby Philip W. 32 Commercial, b. 55 Poplar 
Black Edward, coppersmith, rear 64 Hanover 
Black William, coppersmith, rear 64 Hanover 
Black Peter, rigger, 115 Broad 
Black William, teamster, rear 42 Congress 
Blackburn George (Parks, B. & Co.), b. 35 Wash. pi. 
Blackburn Hugh, mariner, 49 Charter 
Blackler John C. clerk, b. 1 Hancock avenue 
Blackley Richard, laborer, 2 Milton 
Blackman Betsey, sempstress, rear 16 S. Bennet 
Blackmer Holland. See Gould &. B. 
Blackstock William, house 47 High 
Blagden George W. Rev. 21 Sbeafe 


Blair M;iry Ann, widow, N. Federal court 
Blair Mary, widow, 15 Gourh 

Blair Phineas, counsellor, 17 Court, h. 13 Franklin 
Blaisdell David, hats, 1 Market square, h. rear 25 Allen 
Blaisdell Lewis, grocer, 37 Leveret, h. 91 Chambers 
Blaisdell Lewis, jr. h. rear 24 Allen 
Blaisdell Sam'l, refresh, room, 1 Mar. sq. h. r. 25 Allen 
Blake Ann, widow, A street 

Blake Ann, milliner, cor. Washington and Harvard 
Blake Charles {Kittrcdgc ^ Blakes), h. 14 Essex 
Blake Charles S. painter, rear 110 Sea 
Blake Cyrus, boards Bromfield house 
Blake Don Carlos, stonecutter, h. Thacher street court 
Blake Edward, counsellor, 5 Court, h. 7 Bowdoin sq. 
Blake Eliza, widow, house 12 Avery 
Blake George, counsellor, 17 Court, house 34 Summer 
Blake George, jr. (Palmer, Jones & B.) h. 34 Summer 
Blake George B. {Almij, B. ^ Co.), h. 5 Rowe place 
Blake George W. mason, house 10 Hamilton 
Blake Hannah, nurse, Piedmont, cor. Church 
Blake Henry, surveyor of lumber, house 52 Pleasant 
Blake Henry L printer, house 4 Piedmont 
Blake J. Q,uincy, jewelry and fancy goods, 196 Washing- 
ton, h. 16 Short 
Blake James, house 14 Essex 
Blake (James) & Co. (Thomas Blake), taUow chandlers, 

Blake's court, coun. room 31 S. Market 
Blake James, house 736 Washington 
Blake James, jr. (Kittredge ^ Blakes), house 14 Essex 
Blake James H. (Southgate, B. ^ Co.), h. 48 Chesnut 
Blake John H. See Everett & B. 
Blake John L. Rev. house Broadway 
Blake Joseph, bookbinder. Chambers street court 
Blake Joshua, merchant, 19 Central wf h. Winthrop pi. 
Blake Josiah W. (Josiah Whitney & Co.), h. 9 Gouch 
Blake Lemuel, agent Chem. Co. 16 Devon, h. 29 High 
Blake Nathaniel, innholder, 226 Ann 
Blake Robert, jr. painter and glazier, h. 81 Elliot 
Blake Robert H. (Youlen &, B.), h. Lane place 
Blake Robert, painter, house 81 Elliot 
Blake Samuel, salt store, 48 Long wf h. S. Bost. point 
Blake Samuel P. (Dyer ife B.), h. 1 Somerset place 
Blake Sarah, widow of Edward, 7 Bowdoin square 
Blake Sarah, widow of Edward, 36 Pleasant 
Blake Sarah, widow of James, 132 Pleasant 


Blake Susannah, widow of Thomas, Chambers st. court 

Blake Thomas, painler, h. 53 Temple 

Blake Thomas (James B. & Co.), h. 740 Washington 

Blake William R. h. 30 Allen 

Blake William, cordwainer, 6 Bedford, h. IG Short 

Blake William, mariner, h. 28 S. Russell 

Blake William (//. ^V. Hooper &. Co.), h. 9 Lyman pi. 

Blake William (Shaw, Patterson & Co.), h. 21 Williams 

Blake Willium O. pi inter, Second street 

Blakemore Wm. japanner, h. 7 Sweelser court 

Blanchard Abraham W. (Parker &. B.), h. 2 Lynde 

Blanchard Asa, refreshments, 108 Commer. h. 5 Union 

Blanchard Benj. h. Carroll place 

Blanchard C. F. teller Globe Bank 

Blanchard Edward, Mt. Vernon cor. Temple 

Blanchard Edward, jr. Ml. Vernon cor. Temple 

Blanchard Elias P. (Haleij i^ B), h. 30 Cambridge 

Blanchard Fidelia, widow, 7 Federal 

Blanchard F. H. See Smith & B. 

Blanchard Hezekia.'i, nier. 5 Central wf h. 5 Hartford pi. 

Blanchard Jedediah, grocer, 15 Elm, h. 2 Arch 

Blanchard John, honsewright, h. 261 Washington 

Blanchard John A. dry goods, 59Kilby, h. 14 Pearl pi. 

Blanchard John W. furniture, cor. Milk and Federal, h. 

Blanchard Joseph, 2 Boylston market, h. 3 Newton pi. 
Blanchard Josh. P. clerk Eagle B. at JVliss Cotton's, Pearl 
Blanchard (M. W.) & Alden (Maria), milliners, 135, h. 

92 Court 
Blanchard Nathaniel, cordwainer, h. 26 Vernon 
Blanchard Nathaniel, cordwainer, 205 Hanover 
Blanchard Nathaniel, shoe cutter, 62 1-2 Broad 
Blanchard Nathaniel jr. printer, h. rear 205 Hanover 
Blanchard Noah (JV. Faxon & Co.), h. 2 Centre 
Blanchard Richard, hatter, h. Warren place 
Blanchard Samuel, Warren place 
Blanchard Sarah, widow, h. May, cor. Butolph 
Blanchard Susan, tailoress, h. 19 Garden 
Blanchard Susan, widow of Joseph T. , Battery 

Blanchard , widow, rear 436 Washington 

Blanchard Washington, min. paint. School, h. 66 Trem. 
Blanchard Wm. vnin. painter, rear 18 School 
Blanchard Wm. E. dry goods, 97 Wash. h. 34 Boylston 
Blaney Ambrose, tinman, 81 Cambridge, h. 18 Charles 
Blaney Benj. gratemaker, 9 Congress sq. h. 19 Tremont 


Blaney Eliza, boarding house, 241 Ann 

Blaney Henry, mason, h. 234 Washington 

Blaney Hannah, liouse 7 George 

Blaney Hannah, rear 34 Prince 

Blaney James M. wharfinger, 28 Central wf. h. 23 South 

Blaney John C. coach painter, 24 Friend, h. 4 Carnes ct. 

Blaney (S. R.) & Whilon (huia/i), sailmakers, 8 Long 

wharf, h. 2 Unity court 
Blaney Thomas R. {Borden & B.), h. 1 Bennet pi. 
Blaney William, teller Common. Bank, h. Sudbury 
Blasdel William, stage agent, 7 Elm, h. 3 Carnes ct. 
Blasdell Sally, North Hanover court 
Blasland Mary Ann, widow of Gideon B. rear 12 Front 
Blasland Thomas, honsewright, h. 117 Essex 
Blasland Thomas, jr. apothecary CI Sea, h. B street 
Blasland William, druggist, 78 Broad, li. rear 12 Front 
Blinn Sally, widow, 29 Cross 
Blish Timothy, W. I. goods, 43 Commercial 
Bliss Betsy, widow, cor. Otis and Winthrop place 
Bliss Eli C. captain, boards 42 Federal 
Bliss Levi, grocer, 25, house 27 Sea 
Bliss Seth, Rev. 5 Cornhill, h. 27 Somerset 
BJock Hans, handcartman, 1 Cedar street court 
Blodget Mary A. 83 Prince 
Biodgelt (George B.) & Burns (Robert), W. L goods, 7 

N. Market Blodgett b'ds Franklin Hotel 
Blodgett Henry, jr. housewright, h. 4 Harvard court 
Blodgett Luther, grain dealer, 27 Foster's wf h. 4 Nassau 
Blorn Nelson, painter, h. rear 337 Washington 
Blood Aaron (Cummings & Blood), h. 11 George 
Blood (F. F.) & Shumway (IVelson), W. L goods, 691 

Washington. B.'s house rear C81 Wasliington 
Blood Jonathan H. plate printer, ii. Short street court 
Blood Nathan, 43 India, h. 27 South 
Blood William, housewright, h May near Grove 
Blunt John S. painter, 11 Lucas place 
Blunt Phineas, soapstono worker. Leveret court 
Bluxome Joseph, tailor, 3 Brattle, h. 22 North Russell 
Blunt John S. painter, 11 Lucas place 
Blunt Phineas, soapstono worker. Leveret court 
Bluxome Joseph, tailor, 3 Brattle, h. 22 North Russell 
BIydon Robert, housewright, h. rear Soutl ac 
Boardman Amos H. tinplateworker, 59 Commercial 
Boardman Benjamin G. h. 9C Chambers 
Boardman Benjamin G. jr. (Dennie & B), h. 96 Chamb. 


Boardman Darius, Custom H. officer, h. 19 Richmond 

Boardman E. A. (Meriam, B & Co.),h. 6 Williams 

Boardinan Ebenezer, housewright, Fifth street 

Boardman Elizabeth, milliner, 282 Washington 

Boardinan Hannah, Richmond c. Ann 

Boardman Joseph F. 3 and 4 Lindail, h. 2 do. 

Boardman Nancy, widow, rear 8 Charter 

Boardman William H. merchant, boards Tremont H. 

Boden John S. sailmaker, h. Gibbs lane 

Bodge Charlotte, widow of Benjamin, op. 79 Pleasant 

Bodge Henry, housewright, h. 8 Madison plana 

Bodge Noah, groceries, 54 Essex, h. rear Church 

Bodge Samuel G. h. 14 Spring 

Bodwcll Elbridiie G. h. rear 5 Brighton 

Bodwell Isaac R. mason, h. Spring street place 

Bodwell William, laborer, h. 5 Second st. S. Boston 

Bogman Parley, widow, 4 Travers 

Bogue Benjamin, stabler, h. Province i 

Bogue James, tailor, house rear 5 Sister 

Boeue Thomas {Dudley & B.), house Jr.ckson place 

Boies Artemas, Rev. h. 3 Oak place 

Boies James, saddler, h. Theatre alley 

Boies Jeremiah S. 4 Otis place 

Bolden Martha, widow, 39 Charter 

Boles James, housewright, h. 48 Myrtle 

Boles John, housewright. Friend, h. 11 Salem place 

Boles Warren, housewright, Sudbury, h. 60 Myrtle 

Bolles Charles. See J. H. Wilkins & Co. 

Bolles John A. attorney, 59 State, h. 6 W. Cedar 

Bolles Lucius, Rev. Cor. Secretary B. B. F. M. 17 Joy's 

building, li. 12 Pinckney 
Bolles Matthew, jr. 59 State, h. 08 Mt. Vernon 
Bolles Wm. C. (Jlndem, Crosby & Co.), h. 12 Pinckney 
Bolman William, cabinetmaker, Wheeler's court 
Bolton Leonard, laborer, Batterman place 
Bolton William, housewright, Butery 
Bond Benjamin, printer, h. 120 Washington 
Bond Charles, watchmaker, 37 Washington, h. 8 Pearl 
Bond Charles D. house 13 Hamilton 
Bond Edmund, laborer, South Margin 
Bond George (JVhiiicell, B. & Co.), li. Winthrop place 
Bond George Wm. See Whitwell, Bond & Co. 
Bond Joseph, blacksmith, h. 76 Summer 
Bond Richard, architect, Flagg alley 
Bond Simon E. clerk, h. rear 16 S. Russell .^^u 


Bond Sewell B. groceries, Charles, h. 91 do. 

Bond Wm. <fe Son (IVm. C), watchmakers, 8 Cong. sq. 

Bdiifield John, stone mason, h. 2d street 

Bonner Martha and Sarah, widows, 42 Warren 

Bonney Libbeas, housewriirht. Orange hme, h. Castle 

Bonney {Pdhain) &. Stone (P. A.), housew'ts, 81 Port. 

Bonney Pelharn, Iionsewright, Porthind, h. Vine 

Booker Asa. See Savage «fc B. 

Boonnacamp Susannah, nurse, Carver 

Boot John W., James and William, li. 10 Bowdoin sq. 

Boot Mary, widow of Kirk, 10 Bowdoin square 

Bordman John, mariner, h. Washington avenue * 

Bordman Mary, widow, Washington avenue 

Bordman Lydia, school. Harvard place 

Bordman VVm. h. 29 Hancock 

Borland Geo. h. 38«alcm 

Borland John. mer. 21 Central wf. 

Borrowscale Joseph, slater, rear 13 Essex, h. 54 South 

Bosson Charles P., 51 and 52 N. Market, h. Sheafe 

Bosson Jonathan D. upholsterer, h. Sheafe 

Bossuet John, rear 65 Elliot 

Boston Joseph C. laborer, Commercial, op. Little's wf. 

Bosvvorth Benjamin, housewright, h. 47 Fayette 

Bosworth Geo. housewright, 4 Gouch 

Bosworth Hiram, housewright, h. 34 Orange 

Bosworth Joshua, housewright, h. 47 Fayette 

Botto Lewis, h. 32 Cross 

Bourguin James, auctioneer, Fourth street 

Bourne Abner, c. room 70 State, h. 1 Kingston 

Bourne E. A. President Stat(i Bank, h. 1 Hancock av. 

Bourne I. W. 85 Milk, h. 25 Stillman 

Bourne James T. clerk, boards 14 Carver 

Bourne James, bar-room, 10 Commercial, h. 45 South 

Boutell Lewis, innkeeper, Washington Coffee House, 

158 Washington 
Bouion Richard M. civil engineer, h. 90 Mt. Vernon 
Bouve Eph. O. cabi-netmaker, Richmond, h. 37 Salem 
Bowdlear Samuel, blacksmith, op. 10- West, h. Cedar 1. 
Bowden Elizabeth, groceries, 3d street 
Bowden {J. S.) & Blaney (T. R.), sailmakers. Com. wf. 
Bowden Samuel, stevedore. 39 Prince 
Bowden William, rear 39 Pririce 

Bowditch Azell, confectioner, 273 Washington, h. do. 
Bowditch Horace, cordwainer, h. South Russell 
Bowditch Henry 1. physician, 221 Wash. h. 8 Otis place 


Bovvditch Horace, jr. confectioner, 44 Congress, boards 

South Russell 
Bovvditch {Jonathan, jr.) «fe Cummings (Mmos), W. I. 

goods, 376 Wash. cor. Essex 
Bowditch Jonathan, jr. house 17 Boylston square 
Bovvditcli Maria, widow of Atherlon T. 87 Pleasant 
Bowditch Nathaniel, Actuary of M. H. Life Ins. Comp. 

State, h. 8 Otis place 
Bowditch Natiianiel I. counsellor, 60 State, h. 8 Otis pi. 
Bowdlear Samuel, whitesmith, h. 3 Cedar lane 
Bowen Ann, h. 13 Franklin 
Bowen Ann, widow, h. 7 Garden 
Bowen Abel, engraver and print. 47 Court 
Bowen Betsey, laundress, op. 71) Pleasant 
Bowen (Charles, publisher, 141 Washington 
Bowen Ellen, widow, 33 Sea 
Bowen Henry, printer, h. 34 Warren 
Bowen James, slater, Rus. wf & 40 Bedford, li. G2 Trem. 
Bowen Josliua F., Medford 
Bowen John, housewright, 12 Pitts 
Bowen Lorenzo, printer, h. 2 Leveret 
Bowen Philip Ij. housewright, h. 10 Friend street place 
Bowen Patrick, laborer, 13 Hawkins 
Bowen Stephen, slater, house 107 Pleasant 
Bowen Sarah, widow, rear 88 Warren 
Bowen Wm. F. leather, 34 N. Market, h. 56 High 
Bower George, boarding and lodging, 6 Fleet 
Bower Stephen R. mason, h. 120 VVashington 
Bovvers Charles, dry goods, 41 Court, h. 5 Eaton 
Bowers C. E. mer. 54 Commercial, house 17 Vine 
Bowers Isaac, intelligence office, Avery, h. Mason 
Bowers Isaac, jr. clerk, Market place 
Bovvers John, comb maker, house 17 May 
Bowers Levi, dry goods, 137 Court, h. 42 Spring 
Bowes John H. clerk Mass. Bank, boards 15 Hancock 
Bowes John, laborer, 56 Fleet 
Bowker Charles, provisions, 76, house 74 Essex 
Bowker Edmund, Cross c. Fulton, h. N. Margin 
Bowker Horatio N. housewright, 76 Charles 
Bowker Lazarus, mason, h. 27 Temple 
Bowker Perez, mason, 2 Myrtle court 
Bowker Warren, surveyor, h. N. Margin 
Bowles Leonard C. bookseller, 147 Wash. h. Winter ct. 
Bovvlan Catharine, vvidow. Piedmont, near Church 
Bowman Abner H. distiller, Distil-house square 

94 DIRECTORY. ' j 

Bowman {Albert), Winn {M. L.) & Co., ship stores? 

Broad, op. Arch wf. 
Bowman Catharine, widow, Spring street place 
Bowman Charles C, W. I. goods, 127, h. 96 Cambridge 
Bowman David, pedlar, house Arnold 
Bowman Esther, widow, 7 Boylston square 
Bowman Isaiah, ladies' shoemaker, house 23 Carver 
Bowman John, cooper, 114 Milk, house head of Pearl 
Bowman Joseph H. See H. M. Holbrook & Co. 
Bowman William, handcartman, 55 Prince 
Bowthorpe Joseph, laborer, h. 4th street 
Bowthorpe Samuel, laborer, h. S. B. Point 
Boyd Hannah, nurse, 14 Short 

Boyd James, saddler, 27 Merchants row, h. 7 Pearl pi. 
Boyd John W. clerk, boards 144 Purchase 
Boyd Thomas, 15 Pond, h. 101 Salem 
Boyden Arnold, house Myrtle cor. Belknap 
Boyden Ashel, druggist, 42 Hancock 
Boyden Daniel, chaisemaker, h. Tremont, cor. Elliot 
Boyden Dwight, innholder, Tremont cor. Beacon 
Boyden Elijah. Sefe Crosby, B. & Co. 
Boyden {Frederick) & Whiting {Charles), livery stable, 

16 Federal and 4 Atkinson. B.'s h. Tremont H. 
Boyden Samuel, cabinetmaker, h. Harvard court 
Boyden Simeon, Tremont House 
Boyenton Nathan, 13 Charter street 
Boyle Ann, widow, rear 63 Elliot 

Boyle Edward, laborer, Mechanic '* 

Boyle Elizabeth, widow of Col. John, 18 Harvard 
Boyle Daniel, laborer. Creek .square 
Boyle Isaac, Rev. 18 Harvard 
Boyle James, laborer, rear 63 Elliot 
Boyle James, h. 18 Harvard 
Boyle John, h. Williams court 
Boyle Mary, widow of Martin, rear 20 Pleasant 
Boyle Michael, laborer, 97 Charter 
Boyle Thomas, laborer, h. 12 Cross 
Boyles Mary, boarding, 48 Federal 
Boylston Michael, rear 88 Warren 
Boynton Amos, house wright, h. rear 83 Sea 
Boynton David A. h. Greenough lane 
Boynton G. W. engraver, 4 State, h. 26 Spring 
Boynton Hazen, housewright, h. 42 Poplar 
Boynton {Edmund) & Swasey (J. H.), W. I. goods, 21 

South Market 


Boynton J. See Cary, B. & Co. 

Boynton John, painter, 3 Unity court 

Boynton Nathaniel, silk dyer, Mechanic place 

Boynton Perkins, stable, Charicstown, h. Cooper 

Boynton Stephen, cabinetmaker, h. C Lucas place 

Boynton Samuel, housevvright, h. 42 Poplar 

Boynton Samuel, truckman, Winnessimit Ferry, h. 

Greenoufjjh lane 
Boynton William, stevedore, Commercial near Foster 
Boynton William, housewright, h. 42 Poplar 
Boyson Ann M. sempstress, op. 0-5 Sea 
Brabiner William A. h. Broadway 
Brabrook Charles, chairmaker, h. 15 Fayette 
Brackenbridge George, mes. Boston B. h. rear the Bank 
Brackett Catharine M. dressmaker, 17 Temple 
Brackett Josiah, leather dealer, 20 Exchange 
Brackett Richard, cordwainer, 173 Hanover 
Brackett Rufus & Son {Henry), leather store, 38 N. Mark. 
Brackett Samuel E. & James, dry goods, 95 Wash. 
Brackett Samuel E. h. 97 Pleasant 
Brackett Thomas O. messenger Traders' Bank 
Bradbury Charles, Pres. Col. Ins. Co. h. 5 Hamilton pi. 
Bradbury Charles W. 5 Hamilton place 
Bradbury Josiah C. painter, h. 8 Vine 
Bradbury Samuel F. printer, h. 10 Blossom 
Bradford Alden, 47 Court, h. 76 Chesnut 
Bradford Bathsheba, widow, A street 
Bradford Benj. W. cabinetmaker, rear 602 Washington 
Bradford Charles, h. Commercial near Hanover 
Bradford Daniel, housewright, A street 
Bradford Gamaliel, superintendent Hospital, Allen 
Bradford George, shipwright, Lincoln's wf. h. 36 Charter 
Bradford G. P. school. Mason. Temple, h. 1 Montgom. pi. 
Bradford George, jr. printer, h. Broad opposite Rowe's wf. 
Bradford Granville W. painter. East n. Sea, h. 49 Prince 
Bradford Isaac, captain, house 746 Washington 
Bradford John, hardware, 21 Dock square 
Bradford {John H.) & Co. {Samuel D. B., William S. 

Bird 4^ //. 5. Ballard), dry goods, 25 Broad 
Bradford John R. city weigher, Merrimac, h. 9 Pitts 
Bradford Joseph, cordwainer, 3d street 
Bradford Le Baron, house 57 Federal 
Bradford Lewis H. druggist, Blossom corner Allen 
Bradford Mary, instructress pianoforte, 3 Morton place 
Bradford Robert, merchant, 40 India, h. 35 Bridge 


Bradford Thomas G. house 76 Chesnut 

Bradford Snmnel D. See John H. B. & Co. 

Bradford William B. & Co. {StiUmanJones)fW.l.g'(ls,, 

24 Broad, h. 41) High 
Bradford Wm. J. A. aitor. 25Tiidor's buiM. h. 76 Chesnut t 
Bradford Williams, physician, 53 Broadway 
Bradish L. J. dry goods, 305 Wash, boards 14 William.s 
Bradlee Ann, widow of David VV^. h. 2 Washington pi. 
Brad lee Ann, widow, 110 Warren 
Bradlee Charles, music publisher, 2 Sweetser court 
Bradlee David F. house 62 Prince 
Bradlee Frederick H. (J. B. fy Co.), h. 3 Milton place 
Bradlee James B. (J. B. ^ Co.), house 20 Pearl 
Bradlee John R. hardware, 3 Dock square, h. 18 Essex 
Bradlee John W. house Essex near Front 
Bradlee Joseph P. <fe Sons (Joseph S/- E. F.), oil, 50 

Chatham, house 22 Franklin place 
Bradlee Josiali & Co. (G. B. Gary S^ F. H. ^^ J. B. Brad- 
lee), merchants, 34 India, house 20 Pearl 
Bradlee Nathaniel, surveyor and housevv't, 93 Pleasant 
Bradlee P.~F. weigher, 16 Commer. wf h, 29 Atkinson 
Bradlee Samuel, hardware, 142 Washing, h. 1 Avon pi. 
Bradlee Thomas D. house 6 Franklin place 
Bradley Benj. bookbinder, 59 Washington, h 51 Temple 
Bradley Charles, 82 Water 

Bradley Edward W. wines and spirits, rear 134 State 
Bradley Edwin, grocer, 193, h. rear 195 Hanover 
Bradley Patrick, 165 Ann 
Bradley Simeon, 78 Pond 

Bradshaw Hannah, widow, h. rear 50 Boylston 
Bradshavv Jesse, confectioner, 9 Marshall, h. 101 Wash. 
Bradshaw Ruth, widow, Distil-house square 
Bradshaw Samuel C. 112 Faneuil H. mark. h. 32 Prince 
Bradstreet Elizabeth, 20 Bulfinch 
Bradstreet Joseph P. boards Oliver near High 
Brady James, laborer, 3d street 
Brady John, laborer, rear Hamilton 
Brady Patrick, slater, house Merrimac 
Prady Philip, laborer, rear 63 Elliot 
Brady William, laborer, boards 12 Essex place 
Bragden Henry, laborer, Distil-house square 
Bragdon Granville, 324 Ann 
Bragdon John, 324 Ann 
Bragg Benson, carpenter, h. 4 Madison place 
Bragg Fowler, shoes & leather, 25 Broad, b'ds at Wildes's 


Bragg John, housevvright, A street 

Braid John B. housevvright and undertaker, r. Broadway 

Braidee Michael, h. 14 Distil-house square 

Brainan Daniel, laborer, 20 Carver 

Bralley Patrick, 8 Sudbury 

Braman Jarvis, bathing house, Charles 

Bramhail C orn e\iu<?- (Maydey ^' /?.), boards 51 Elliot 

Bramhall George H. painter, h. 11 Vine 

Bramhail ( Wm.) & Howe ( T/ios.), VV. I. g'ds, 34 Long wf. 

Bramhall William, house 2 Federal court 

Brandenberg John C, Fleet 

Branigan Francis, saddler and harnessmaker, 107 Wash. 

Brassel l*eter, laborer, h. 105 Broad 

Bray Mary, widow of Daniel, cor. Purchase & Belcher la. 

Bray Michael, laborer, Merrimac near Lancaster 

Bray Sarah, widow of John, house 92 Salem 

Braynard Preston, iron founder, h. Turnpike n. 4th st. 

Brazer Benjaniin, plane maker, house 6 Bridge 

Brazer Margaret, widow, 14 Short 

Breed Aaron, maihemat. inst. 2 Rowe's wf. h. 140 Purch. 

Breed Ebenezer, 11 Dock square 

Breed Horace A. (Haven & B.), house 2 Front 

Breeden Abner, shoes, 15 Elm, h. 30 Bridge 

Breen Hugh, cordwainer, h- 17 Myrtle 

Brenard Thomas, cooper, h. rear i3roadway ' 

Brett C. &. J. suspendermakers, 7 Court, h.r. 247 Wash. 

Brett Cyrus, painter, 38 Union, h. 17 Cross 

Brett 3Jartha, widow, 10 Lucas place 

Brewer Abigail, widow, 12 Fayette 

Brewer Clark, tobacco, 14 S. Market, h. 250 Hanover 

Brewer Elizabeth, widow of Nathaniel, 107 Purchase 

Brewer Eliab Stone, dry g'ds, 414 W^ash. See advertise. 

Brewer Fanny, widow of Elisha, Belknap cor. Myrtle 

Brewer Gardner, distillery, 548 Washington, c. room 10 

Central, h. 10 Rowe place , 
Brewer G. Alexander {Fowln &/• Z?.)> h. 8 Federal court 
Brewer Harriet, widow, 162 Purchase 
Brewer Henry A. clerk, house 11 North Russell 
Brewer Isaac C. clerk Suffolk Bank, h. 12 Fayette 
Brewer James H. merchant, 48 India wharf 
Brewer Jane, 88 Summer 
Brewer Nathaniel, 90 Washington 
Brewer Nathaniel, merchant, h. 107 Purchase 
Brewer Otis, printer, 47 Friend 


Brewer Samuel N. & Brothers {JVath. «^ William A.), 

druggists, 90 & 92 Washington. See advertisement 
Brewer Samuel N. house 3 Myrtle 
Brewer Stephen, house 8 Federal court 
Brewer Thomas, clerk, house rear 714 Washington 
Brewer William A. 47 Carver 

Brewster C. D., Commercial opposite Gray's wharf 
Brewster Henry B. & Co. printers, 2 Pemberton hill, 

house 3 Stillman 
Brewster Joshua, blacksmith, 4 Brattle sq. h. rear Brattle 
Brewster Oliver {Dunn S^ B.), house 65 Mount Vernon 
Brewster Osmyn {Crocker li^ />.), house Pitts 
Briard (O^icer, jr.) & Tolman (Jo^e/j/i .^3.), dry goods, 

307 Washington. B. boards 1 Sewall place 
Bridge F. W. teller Commonwealth Bank 
Bridge Isaac. See Marshall & B. 
Bridge (James) & Wellington (£. G.), W. I. goods, 

29 Commercial 
Bridge {John D.) &c Stevens {Edw. L.), 10 Central wharf 
Bridge John D. boards 19 Somerset 
Bridge Joseph, house Green 
Bridge Margaret, boarding house, 42 Purchase 
Bridge Samuel J. 75 Commercial, h. 42 Purchase 
Bridge William, blacksmith, 16, house 45 Sea 
Bridge William S. house 49 Chambers \ 

Bridgham Lewis H. stereotype founder, h. Lowell placed 
Brigden Timothy, blacksmith, h. rear Broadway 
Briggs Billings, housewright, h. 5 Myrtle court 
Briggs Cornelius, cabinetmaker, 609, h.611 Washington 
Briggs Enos, Mechanics' Exchange, h. Lyman place 
Briggs Charles, Mechanics' Exchange and Reading room, i 

Wilson lane, h. Lyman place 
Briggs James, housewright, 60 Pinckney, h. 3 Vine 
Briggs John C. See Shaw & B. 
Briggs Mary R. widow, 16 Fayette 
Briggs Otis, housewright. Short, h. Essex near SJiort 
Briggs Robert, earthenware, 17 Mer. row, h. 4 Wendell l] 
Briggs Ruth, widow, 8 North Margin 
Briggs Seth, cabinetmaker, h. 132 Hanover 
Brigham Aaron & Son {W. B.), W. I. goods, 26 Long] 

wharf, h. 11 Pinckney 
Brigham Abraham M., American Hotel, 42 Hanover 
Brigham Benajah, W. L goods, 29, house 10 Elm 
Brigham Charles L. & Co. (Robert S/arfe), wheelwrights, 

12 Hawley place, house Norfolk avenue 



gham Dennis, merchant, 13 Rowe's wf. h. 7 Bulfinch 
sham Elijah, Bhick Horse Tavern, 17 Union 
i^ham James M. boarding house, 3 Bumstead place 
gham Joseph L. See Z. Jelhson & Co. 
gham Levi (^Merriam, B. S^ Co.), house 17 Milk 
gham Lucy and Maria, 2 Suffolk place 
gham Nahum, wood, Barry's wharf, h. 9 Columbia 
gham N. H. shoes, N. Market, h. 19 Hancock 
gham Otis, blacksmith, h. rear N. Grove 
gham Perry (Piper 4-- B.), h. South street court 
gham Peter B. oysters, 1 Hanover 
gham Samuel G. merchant, Hancock avenue 
gham Susan H. bonnet store, Court near Hanover 
gham Thomas J. wheelwright, 35 S. Margin 
gham Tilly, druggist, 8 Ann, h. 10 Sudbury 
gham William, attorney, 33 Court, h. 19 Hancock 
gham William, house 11 Pinckney 
gham William A. grocer, 48 Brattle, h. Pinckney 
gman Jane, widow, 7 ]-2 Prince 
mhall Samuel, grocer, 98 Cambridge corner Garden 
mmer George W. mer. 9 Brimmer's T, h. 45 Beacon 
mmer Martin & Co. (H. Inches, jr.), merchants, 2 
Brimmer's T, house 45 Beacon 
Brinley Edward. See W. C. Stimpson & Co. 
Brinley George, house 128 Tremont 
Brinley Patrick, laborer, Tremont near Pleasant 
Bririner Thomas, laborer, h. Barrett 
Brintnall Charles, clerk, house 13 North Bennet 
Brintnall Charlotte, widow, 67 Charter 
Brisco John, painter, 61 Purchase 
Britton J. milliner, 121 Court 
Britton John, hairdresser, h. 3 Short street court 
Broad Keziaii, widow, house 446 Washington 
Broadbent Benjamin, 123 Pleasant 
Broaders Edward R. publisher, 127 Wash. h. 2 Fayette 
Brobston Henry, painter, h. 10 Lucas place 
Brock John, South Cedar near Church 
Brodbin William, mariner, house 80 Purchase 
Brodhead Daniel D. navy ag^int, 43 Chatham 
Brodliead Joseph C. cashier Fulton Bank 
Bromall Samuel, glass cutter and engraver, Front 
Brommade Abram, sailmaker, Clark alley 
Brookings Samuel, stevedore, 74 Purchase 
Brooks (Charles) & Co. (fVm. G.), hardware, 6 Dock sq. 
Brooks Charles, house 4 Milton place 


Brooks Edward, counsellor, 10 Court, h. 31 Chesnut 

Brooks Franklin, leather, 27 N. Market, h. rear 27 Allen 

Brooks Gershom B. tailor, 30 Cornhill 

Brooks Job, stage agent, 11 Elm, house 2 Portland , 

Brooks John, laborer, 110 Broad 

Brooks Jonathan, 102 Faneuil Hall market 

Brooks Luke & Co. (J?. M. Connel &. A. Avery), leather, 

12 Elm 
Brooks Noah, shipwright, Broadway 
Brooks Peter C, c. room, 10 Court, h. cor. Pearl & High 
Brooks Peter C. jr. 52 Commercial wharf, h. 3 Cliesnut 
Brooks & Co. {Rufus F. Brooks & Cornelius DriscoU), 

tailors, 14 Court. Brooks boards 44 Federal 
Brooks Submit, library, 4 Tremont near Court 
Brooks W. C. See Smith & B. 

Brooks William G. (C. Brooks ^ Co.), house 56 High 
Brooks William P. B. & A. B. furniture, 32 Union, 

house Court square 
Brooksby Bridget, widow, 68 Elliot 
Broonifield Matthias, laborer, rear 52 Elliot 
Brown Albert H. (Whitneij, B. ^ Co.), h. 5 Wesley pi. 
Brown Alexander, eastern stage agent, 84 Ann 
Brown Amelia, boarding, 61 Temple 
Brown Arthur, laborer, 139 Broad 
Brown Asa, machinist, house Broadway 
Brown Bartholomew, baker. Fleet corner Ann 
Brown Benjamin, truckman, 43 Prince 
Brown Benjamin, gunsmith, 52 India wf h. 153 Broad 
Brown Benjamin, painter. City market. Brattle 
Brown Benjamin, housewright, 48 Allen 
Brown {Benjamin, jr.) & Bates {Joseph JV.), shipwrights. 

Battery wharf. B.'s house Salutation 
Brown Benjamin B. innkeeper, 392 Washington 
Brown Benjamin H. {Cushing ^ B.), h. Spear alley 
Brown Charles {Hilliard, Graij fy Co.), h. 1 Franklin pi. 
Brown Charles, wharfinger, 25 India wharf, h. 39 High 
Brown Charles, grocer, 128, house 108 Charles 
Brown {Charles A.) & Wight {D. P.), druggists, 16 

Commercial. B.'s house 10 Front 
Brown Charles S. fruit, 30 Dock square, boards 31 Friend 
Brown Charles W. housewright, Fulton cor. Cross 
Brown Daniel, collector. Blossom corner Fruit 
Brown Daniel A. house 44 Milk 
Brown Daniel, merchant, 31 India 
Brown Daniel H. clerk Savings Bank, h. 6 Purchase pi. 


Brown David L. drawing academy, 664 Washington 
Brown Edward, stevedore, Centre 
Brown Edward, silk manufacturer, h. rear 52 Federal 
Brown (Edicin) & Hallet (Russell), pianofortemakers, 
cor. Essex and Washington. Brown's h. op. 12 Front 
Brown Elbridge, hat store, 12 Ann 
Brown Eli, 11 State, house 87 Summer 
Brown El tab, 34 Allen 

Brown F'rancis, ins. butter, Distil-house sq. h. 46 Leveret 
Brown Frederick, druggist, 631 Washington, h. Castle 
Brown George H. mason, house Warren place 
Brown George L. artist, 21 State, h. Mechanic place 
Brown George W. C. grocer, 77, house 80 Broad 
Brown Hannah, widow, 10 Madison place 
Brown Henry, teamster, rear 671 Washington 
Brown Henry, blacksmith, house rear 12 Front 
Brown Horace W. laborer, Clark 
Brown James. See Hilliard, Gray & Co. 
Brown James, agent, cooperage. Spear's wf. h. 79 Purch. 
Brown Jeremiah, teatnster, 40 Sea 
Brown Jesse, fishmonger, house rear 19 Cross 
Brown John, provisions, Derne 
Brown John &. Co. (Rixhard Soule andl. Schol field, jr.), 

mer. 19 Commercial wf. Brown's h. 11 Bowdoin 
Brown John, clerk, house North Hanover court 
Brown John, gilder, house Commercial, op. Gray's wf. 
Brown John, livery stable. 107 Charles 
Brown John, baker, house 140 Pleasant 
Brown John, jr. shoemaker, house 140 Pleasant 
Brown {John A.) & Badger (P. D.), Thomsonian infir- 
mary, 554 Wash. See advertisement 
Brown John B. physician, 2 Montgomery place 
Brown John C. broker, 23 Doane 
Brown John D. & Co. {A. Harris), junk store, head 

Lewis's wharf, house 5 Noyes place 
Brown John G. painter, 21 Exchange, h. 55 Hancock 
Brown John L druggist, 425 Washington, h. 32 Elliot 
Brown John J- watchmaker, house 843 VVashington 
Brown Jonas B. 6 Phillips's buildings, h. 1 Staniford 
Brown Jonathan, bookkeeper Market Bank 
Brown Joseph, education bookstore, 87 Washington 
Brown Joseph E. housewright, Church, h. 9 Madison pi. 
Brown Joseph M. 25 Commercial wharf, h. 44 Chesnut 
Brown Joseph T. druggist, 292 VVashington, cor. Bedford 
Brown {.Josiah) & Emerson (Rich.), housevvrights, Pond 


Brown Josiali, house 73 Pond 

Brown (Lemuel L.) & Ide (Edtoin), dry g'ds, 373 Wash. 

Brown b'ds 447 Washington 
Brown Lemuel P. housewrfght, 65 Leveret 
Brown Levi, grocer, 71 Salem 

Brown Loring, housewright, 530 Wash. h. Mechanic pi. 
Brown Luke, housewright, Wilson lane, h. 1 Stamford pL 
Brown Martha, widow, 5 Oliver place 
Brown Mary, widow, 12 Unity 
Brown Mary, widow^, h. 13 IMeasant street cdurt 
Brown Mary & Ellen, 4 Orange 
Brown Mary, widow, Piedmont near Pleasant 
Brown Mary D. school, 4 Bradford place 
Brown Nancy, widow, rear 671 Washington 
Brown Nancy, widow of R. J. house 126 Charles 
Brown Nathan, captain, Foster 

Brown Nathan, housewright, Church, h. 10 Madison pi. 
Brown Nathaniel, mastmaker, 22 Tileston 
Brown Newell, 46 Faneuil Hall, h. Chardon c. Hawkins 
Brown Oakes P. housewright, h. rear 732 Washington 
Brown Philip, blacksmith, house rear 302 Ann 
Brown Phineas, oysters, 80 Camb. h. Kennard's avenue 
Brown Sam'l, mastmaker, Commer. n. railway, h. Prince 
Brown Sam'l, jr. sailmaker, 52 Commercial, h. rear Foster 
Brown Samuel N. house 6 Blossom court 
Brown S. H. See Ellingwood & B. 
Brown Scott K. housewright, h. Pitts court 
Brown Stephen, broker, Exchange, h. 69 Prince 
Brown Susan, widow, 2 Moon 
Brown Thomas P. stage agent, h. 18 Ash 
Brown Thomas W. caulker and graver, h. Salutation 
Brown Thomas, jr. teller Traders' Bank 
Brown Timothy, housewright, 48 Allen 
Brown Tryphena, schoolmistress, 33 Pleasant 
Brown Vernon, 3 Long wharf, house 12 Prince 
Brown William, druggist, 481 Washington cor. Elliot 
Brown William, caulker, 177 Hanover 
Brown William, engraver, h. rear 705 Washington 
Brown William, housewright, h. 23 Hancock 
Brown William, laborer, Ann street court 
Brown William, watchman, 164 Hanover 
Brown William C. house 7 Stillman 
Brown William H. 18 Washington, h. 36 Merrimac 
Brown William P. clerk, h. Castle, cor. Suffolk 
Browne George, 31 Commercial, h. op, 13 Front 


Browne J. Vincent & Co. {IV. Lan^), W. I. goods, 11 

North Market, house 11 Beacon 
Brownell Gilbert, h. 13 Staniford 
Browning Eunice W. h. 280 Washington 
Browning Sarah, widow, 20 Carver 
Bruce Benjamin, 33 Commercial wf. boards 11 Beacon 
Bruce Calvin, W. I. goods, 13 India, h. GG Belknap 
Bruce Catherine, widow. Castle, near Middlesex 
Bruce Cyrus, harness maker, h. South Margin 
Bruce Esther, h. 2 (jrove 
Bruce Francis, potter, house rear 3 East 
Bruce Henry, U. S. Navy, house 5 Orange 
Bruce Jane, widow, house 15 Hancock 
Bruce Ira. See Badger & B. 

Bruce James S. merchant, 34 Central wf. boards IS Pearl 
Bruce Jonathan, pilot, house 17 Gibbs lane 
Bruce Lyman, boatman, h. Noyes place 
Bruce Lyscom, soda manufacturer, 173 Tremont, boards 

158 Washington 
Bruce Rufus L. watchm. and jew. 242 Wash. h. 6 Hollis 
Bruerton Simeon, whipmaker, 19 Dock sq. h. r. 59 Poplar 
Brummet John, fruit. Long wharf, h. 57 Essex 
Brummett William, sailmaker, rear Cooper 
Brunswick Hyman, furniture, 28 Milk, h. 727 Wash. 
Bryant Anna, widow, h. r. 411 Washington 
Bryant David, housew't, Bedford av. h. r. 115 Tremont 
Bryant Eleanor, boarding house, 9 Province House ct. 
Bryant Elizabeth, widow, 5 Avon place 
Bryant Frances, h. 72 Charles 
Bryant John, ropemaker, A street 
Bryant (John), Sturgis (Wm.) & Co. {Sam'l Hooper ^J. 

B.jr.), mer. 58 Commer. wf. B.'s h. 61 Beacon 
Bryant Nath. cabinetmaker, 28 School, h. Province 
Bryant Oliver H. 5 Vernon 
Bryant Seth {Mitchell «^ B.), h. 51 Leveret 
Bryant Southworth, chair paint. 33 Exch'ge,h. S. Margin 
Bryant Timotliy, teller Commercial Bank 
Bryant Wra. H. confectioner, boards 53 Fayette 
Bryden James, pianofortemaker, 7 Bridge ' 

Bryent {Walter) & Herman {Leopold), stoves, 16 Water. 

B.'s h. 81 Essex 
Bubier Joseph, sailmaker, 130 Sea, h. 50 South 
Buck David S. teamster, 730 Washington 
Buckingham Joseph T. ed. of Bos Courier, 22 Congress 
Buckingham Joseph li. edit. B. Courier, house Cook ct. 


Buckley Jas. R. brass found. Bromf. pi. h. r. 2 Province 
Buckmar John, captain, Hartford place 
Buckman J. C. See Sparliawk & Buckman 
Buckman Elizabetli, h. 72 Charles 
Bucknam Jesse. See Russell & B. 
Budd Nathaniel, baker, 191 Hanover 
Buell Loveman, distiller, house 2 Harvard court 
Bugard B. F. instructer French languaore. Masonic Tern. 
Bugbee Edward, hairdresser, GOl Washington 
Bugbee Leander, cordvv'r, 18 Franklin, b'ds 19 Williams 
Bugbee Wm. housewright, h. rear 89 Sea 
Bugnon Charlotte, widow, boarding house, 3 Bath 
Bulfinch Charles, h. 3 Bumstead place 
Bulfinch George S. counsellor, 5 Court, h. at Exchange 
Bulfinch Thomas, 61 Water, h. 3 Bumstead place 
Bulger James, laborer, 118 Sea 

Bulger James, laborer, 103 Broad . 

Bulger William, laborer, 2 Humphrey place 
Bull Ephraim W. {Chamberlain & fi.), h. 7 Fayette 
Bull George, crockery, 471 Wash. h. Mechanic place 
Bull Thomas, housewright, h. 14 Second 
Bullard Caroline, house 496 Washington 
Bullard Calvin &, Francis, lumber wf. Front, h. IC Oak 
Bullard Charles, h. Brtolpli 
Bullard Charles, 70 Faneuil Hall market 
Bullard Charles {Otis B. ^ Co.), h. 8 Fayette 
Bullard Charles, ornamental painter, r. 843 Washington 
Bullard Francis, house 16 Oak 
Bullard Jabez, h. 512 Washington, cor. of Oak 
Bullard Isaac, 70 Pond 

Bullard Leonard {Mams & B.), h. 20 Chambers 
Bullard Lewis, painter, 24 Essex, h. 7 Beach 
Bullard {Lewis) & Ballord {Albert), iron store, 19 Com- 
mercial. Bullard boards 25 Summer 
Bullard Otis & Co. {Charles Bullard), lumber wf. Front 
Bullard Mary Ann, widow of Silas, h. 4 Pearl place 
Bullard Warner, sexton, boards 5 Province H. court 
Bullock Jabez, mason, rear 7 Milton 
Bullock Luther, mason, h. 52 Orange 
Bumford Robert, soapstone cutter, h. Hancock row 
Bumstead John {Trott S^ B.), h. Bumstead place 
Bumstead Joseph, bookseller, 5 Milk, house rear 
Bumstead {Josiah) <& Son {Josiah F.), paper hanging.9, 

113 Washington, h. 22 Bowdoin 
Bumstead Josiah F. h. 62 Beacon 



Bumstead Sarah, widow, rear 417 Washington 

Bumstead Sarah, rear 409 Washington 

Bundy Francis, mason, h. 83 Elliot 

Bunnell Edwin F. h. 83 Mount Vernon 

Buntin Robert, housewright, 61 Pond, h. 8 N. Margin 

Buoncore Le%'ina, school, Masonic Temple, h 35 Sea 

Buoncore Lewis, fruit, etc. 35 Sea 

Burbank Aaron, handcartman. Canal 

Burbank VVm. T. h. 2 Friend street place 

Burbeck Edward, cooper, 2 Hull 

Burbeck Henry, painter, house rear 65 Charter 

Burbeck Jesse, soapboiler, 2d street 

Burbeck Thomas, sailninker, house Merrimac 

Burbeck Wm. H. clerk Custom H. b'ds at Heman Fay's 

Burchmore Francis, h. Battery 

Burchsted (Benj.), Leavitt (David) & Co. (John Phillips), 

shipwrights, Broad op. Otis's wf. B.'s h. Gibbs lane 
Burchsted Nancy, widow, rear 108 Purchase 
Burckes Lewis, cabinetmaker, 29, h. 108 Salem 
Burdett S. bookstore, 18 Court 

Burditt Benj. A. musician, h. Southac c. W. Centre 
Burditt Edward, engineer, Broadway 
Burditt Henry, hardware, 38 Kilby,h. Winter court 
Burditt James W. bookseller, 27 Court, h. 7 Green 
Burditt Nathan, saddler, h. 9 West 
Burge 3Iargaret, boarding, 7 Brattle 
Burges Joshua, housewright, h. 5 Piedmont 
Burgess Benj. &. Son (JVathan B. GiOhs), mer. 24 India 

wf. h. High cor. Summer 
Burgess Jane, nurse, 159 Ann 
Burgess James C. founder, 3d street 
Burgess John, stevedore, 80 Elliot 
Burgess Josiah, carpenter, rear 3d street 
Burgess William G., VV. L goods, 123, h. 125 Broad 
Burk Walter, laborer, rear Lenox 
Burke Catherine, widow, house Avery 
Burke (Pascal B.) & Harrington (Stephen F.), grocers, 

126 Court 
Burke Redmond, shipwright, rpar 64 Hanover 
Burke Richard, baker, rear George 
Burke Thomas, laborer, 1 Wharf 
Burke Walter, housewright, h. 58 Purchase 
Burleigh Benjamin, truckman, Robinson lane 
Burleigh Ezra, housewright, Tileston's wf. h. r. 83 Sea 
Burleigh Henry, stonemason, rear 4th street 


Burleigh (Stevens) & Dyer {Thos. D.), distillers, Front. 

B.'s h. Beach 
Hurley David R. innliolder, Bite Tavern, 8 Market sq. 
Burnham Arthur, housewright, 113 Chambers 
Burnham Benjamin M. 80 Hanover, h. Salem 
Burnham C. bookseller, 58 Cornhill 
Burnham Susan B. baker, 122 Court 
Burnham Theodore, books, E. end F. H. market 
Burnham Thomas, bookstore, 58 Cornhill 
Burnham Wiilard {Peck, B. v"^ Co.), Prince n. Garden ct. 
Burnett Warren, provis. 505 Wash. h. r. 2 Plymouth pi. 
Burnet Henry, laborer, 58 Prince 
Burns Daniel, Mechanic 
Burns James, laborer, 66 Pleasant 

Burns James, mastmaker, h, r. Church, n. Madison place 
Burns James, laborer, 78 Purchase 
Burns John, laborer, Washington avenue 
Burns John, laborer, 2 Wharf 
Burns John, laborer, 84 Broad 
Burns Joseph, h. Carroll place 
Burns Mary, milliner, 68 Salem 
Burns Michael, book agent, 135 Wash. h. 4th street 
Burns Owen, laborer, house rear 3 Mason 
Burns Rufus, h. Merrimac 
Burns Robert. See Blodgett & B. 
Burr A. milliner, 56 Washington, and 102 Court 
Burr Hannah, widow, 51 Pond 
Burr James. See Gerry & B. 
Burr Japheth, shipwright, Snowhill cor. Sheafo 
Burr Laban, stageman. Mechanic place 
Burr Martin, tailor, 78 Hanover, h. 102 Court 
Burr Robert, trunks, 3 Hanover 
Burr Theophilus, housewright, 15 Poplar, house rear 
Burrage William, currier, 22 North Market 
Burridge William, chaise trimmer, h. 5 Knox 
Burrill Azariah S. house 79 Prince 
Burrill Eunice, widow, h. opposite 7 Columbia 
Burrill John, jeweller, 73 Cornhill, h. 194 Tremont 
Burrill John, innhdlder, 112 Cambridge 
Burrill Martha, widow, house Moon 
Burrill Micajah, laborer, h. 110 Warren 
Burrill Nathan, clerk in post office, h. 20 N. Russell 
Burrison Gustavus, waterman, Commercial n. Railway 
Burroughs Benjamin, mariner. Commercial n. Hanover 
Burroughs Elizabeth, dressmaker, 103 Pleasant 


Burroufrhs George, house 3 Hollis 
Burroughs Henry, teller Suffolk Bank, h, 3 Hollis 
Burroughs John, liouse 62 Poplar 
Burroughs Nodiah, 103 Pleasant 
Burroughs William, rear Cross 
Burrows James, Commercial near Hanover 
Burrows Joseph, mason, house Lovet place 
Burrows Richard, mason, rear Henchman lane 
Burt Margaret, widow of William, h. Broadway 
Burt Joanna, 15 North Bennet 
Burt James, 104 Wasliington 
Burton Hazen, h. 14 High 
Burton John, engineer, D street 
Bussey Mary, rear North Margin 
Bush Alice, rear 704 Washington 
Bush Benjamin W. h. 1 Harvard 
Bush Jotham, chairdealer, 6 N. Market, h. 14 Spring 
Bush Samuel L. (Stone, Seaver ^ B.), h. 3 Cambridge 
Buss Asaph E., W. I. goods, Boylston cor. Boylston sq. 
Buss Sarah, boarding house, 1 Bromfield 
Buswel Jacob, housewrighi, 33 Thacher 
Butler Aaron, var. store, Turnpike cor. B'dway, h. 4th st. 
Butler Ann C. Matron House of Reformation 
Butler B. F. blacksmith, h. 60 I'nnce 
Butler Edward, laborer, h. 92 Summer 
Butler Elijah, boarding house, 1 Orange 
Butler Elizabeth, widow, 3 Oliver place 
Butler James, merchant, 32 India wf h. 7 Chambers 
Butler John R. brass turner, h. 40 Orange 
Butler Julia, widow, rear 12 Washington place 
Butler Matthew, paver, h. Harvard place 
Butler Nathaniel, mason, rear 3 East 
Butler Richard, laborer, 257 Ann 
Butler Thomas, ropemaker, Grove 
Butman Edward, housewright, 12 Piedmont 
Butman Eliza, widow, Theatre alley 
Butman Lucy W. boardinghouse, 4 Sweetserct. 
Butman Mehitable, widow, 14 Batterymarch 
Butman Thomas, house Friend 
Butterfield Aaron, housewright, h. 8 Milton 
Butterfield Eph. housewright, 72 Merrimac, h. 8 Milton 
Butterfield Isaac, housewright, 3 Thacher 
Butterfield John, grocer, Dedham 
Butterfield Sevvall, cooper, Churchill's wf.h. 15 Boylston 


Butteifield Simeon, fish and oil, 38 Long wharf 

Butterfield S. 93 F. H. market 

Butterfield Susanna, widow, IC Centre 

Butterfield Thomas W. printer, h. rear 18 S. Russell 

Butters William, real estate broker, 36 State 

Buttrick (Mlel) & Patch {Mijah), truck, c. r. 118 State 

Buttrick Abiel, house 7 Sheafe 

Buttrick Charles &. Co. (V. Barrett), curriers, 105 Ann, 

h. 11 Elm 
Buttrick Cyrus, truckman, h. 9 Lowell place 
Butts Isaac R. printer, 2 School, h. 85 Prince 
Buzel Solomon C. clerk, 3 Central wf. b'ds 9 Morton pi. 
Byam Otis, h. 172 Hanover 

Byles Catharine, Nassau green, Tremont - 

Byram Robert J. lock maker, 719 Wash. h. 2 Suflfolk 
Byrne Martin, h. Spring lane 
Byrne Martin, h. 18 Devonshire 
Byrne John, stonecutter, Theatre alley near Milk 
Byrne Margaret, widow, G73 Washington 
Byrnes Wm. M., Secretary Franklin Insurance Co. 

CABOT EDWARD, ship broker, 110 State 

Cabot Henry, h. 32 Summer 

Cabot Henry, sign paint. Blackstone, r. 142 Hanover 

Cabot Henry, 61 State 

Cabot Joseph, gilder, Union, h. 25 Prince 

Cabot J. L. & G. D., 15 Rowe's wf. h. 8 Somerset place 

Cabot Lucy, h. 16 Hayward place 

Cabot Samuel {Perkins & Co.), h. Temple place 

Cadogan John, boarding, 6 Wharf 

Cadmus John E. hairdresser, Exch. C. H. h. 5 Hanover 

CafFray John, h. 33 School 

Cahill Alice, widow, Piedmont near Church 

Cahill Thomas, h. Hamilton alley 

Cahill Thomas, tailor, h. rear 142 Pleasant 

Cahill Patrick, blacksmith, h. Broadway 

Cain Abigail, nurse, 14 Short 

Cain Elizabeth, clothing, 100 Broad, h. 10 Wharf 

Cain Patrick, laborer, rear 8 South street place 

Cains Thomas, glass manufacturer, h. 2d street 

Calder N. H., 106 Faneuil Hall market 

Calder William, type founder, 2 Clark 

Caldwell Abigail, widow of Josiah, Province 

Caldwell Enoch, provisions, 48 Pond 

Caldwell Jona. P. dry goods, 29 Court, h. 33 Temple 


CalefE. W., DState ' 

Calfe N. S. & J. livery stable, Tileston's wf. h. 57 Essex 

Calhoun Charles. Clerk t)f the Senate, h. 78 Federal 

Call Abraham, tailor, 29 Court, h. 13 Fayette 

Callahan Edward, laborer, rear 310 Ann 

Callahan Francis, laborer, 19 Hamilton 

Callahan James, 1G8 Ann 

Callahan John, rear 126 Ann 

Callahan John, teamster, 12 Stillman 

Callahan Mary, 11 Lincoln 

Callahan William, laborer, h. 108 Broad 

Callender Benjamin (fV. T. Eustis & Co.),li-5 Kingston 

Callender Catharine, widow, h. 24 Mt. Vernon 

Callender Charles, circulating library and h. 10 Franklin 

Cullender Elizabeth, h. 15 Spring 

Callender Elizabeth, widow of Joseph, 12 Front 

Callender George, merch. 42 Central wf. h. 5 Kingston 

Callender John B. grocer, 166 Washington, h. 4 Mason 

Callender Joshua P. clerk, h. Short street court 

Callender Richard B., W. I. g'ds,22 India, h. 5 Kingston 

Callender William, turner, 52 Prince 

Callender William, boards 8 Pearl 

Callender William B. grocer, 54 Court, h. 5 Green 

Callow Jared, printer, 68 Charter 

Callum Ebenezer, baker, h. 19 Pleasant street court 

Calrow Joseph, 7 Congress sq. h. Henchman lane 

Cambell Andrew, North Federal court 

Cambell Daniel G. h. 22 Fulton 

Cambell David, boarding, 23 Brattle 

Cambell John R. shoes, 17 Clinton 

Cambridge Frederic, harnessmaker, 92, h. 90 Cambridge 

Cambridge Lucy, widow, rear 24 Charier 

Camel Arthur, laborer, 1 Wharf 

Campbell Andrew, laborer. Friend 

Campbell Catharine, dressmaker, 6 Portland 

Campbell Eliza, widow, opposite 79 Pleasant 

Campbell Jane, widow of John, 99 Pond 

Campbell Jere. victual. 46 N Market, h. 18 Richmond 

Campbell John, rigger, 7 Friend street place 

Campbell John, 115 Faneuil H. market, h. Cooper 

Campbell John, laborer, rear 59 Ann 

Campbell John, laborer, 58 Prince 

Campbell {John) & Church (£. i/.), jewellers, 28 Wash. 

Campbell's h. Portland 
Campbell John M. clothing store, 37 and 39, h. 41 Ann 


Campbell Maria, Tremont Theatre, 17 Franklin place 
Campbell William, laborer, rear Lenox 
Cane Thomas, honsewrighl, 4 Fruit 
Canravan Michael, dry goods, 417 Washington 
Cannell Rebecca, widow, Carver cor. Boylston 
Cannon Cornelius, handcarlman, 2 Scott court 
Canterbury Ira, cabinetmaker, G63, h. r. G67 Washington 
Canterbury Jacob, h. 5 Portland 
Cantero Justin, boards 17 Franklin place 
Capen Andrew, 40 Essex 

Capen Jane N. widow of Thomas, h. 3 Central ct. 
Capen John, clerk, house 1(5 Vine 

Capen (Josiah) & Lyon {Charles), coachmakers, Haw- 
ley. C.'s h. Jackson place 
Capen Josiah W. laborer, rear Broadway 
Capen Lemuel, Rev., Old Road, South Boston 
Capen|Margaret F. widow, op. 75 Bedford 
Capen Nahum (Marsh, Capen & Lyon), h. 40 Essex 
Capen Phineas, clerk i*rob<ite ofiice, h. 7 Somerset pL 
Capen William, leather, 2'J Broad, h. 71 Bedford 
Capewell Wiiliam P. victualler, 52 N. Market, h. 2 Salt 1. 
Caples Charles V. h. 12 Belkmip 
Capron Gilbert, cordwainer, Pond, h. 11 Fleet 
Capron Phila, millinery and Eng. goods, G03 Washing- 
Carberry Patrick, grocer, 81 Broad 
Card Henry, organist, boards 10 Morton place 
Carey Charles, rear 4th street 
Carey John, stonecutter, h, 9 Brighton 
Cargill Jane, 12 Spring 
Cargill James, printer, 45 Prince 
Cargill Thomas M. J. printer, h. 4 liancaster 
Carlen John, victualler, 5 Wharf 
Carleton Guy, jr. shoes and leather, 35 N. Market 
Carleton Hannah, widow of Jonathan, h. Tremont 
Carleton James, laborer, rear 2d street 
Carleton John K. cooper, Richmond 
Carleton Wm. manufacturer, rear G Bea'ch, h. 2 Kneeland 
Carleton Wm. laborer, op. 8 Atkinson 
Carlisle J. boarding, 30 Cross 
Card well James, 174 Ann 
Cargill Thomas, printer, house Lancaster 
Carlton {John) & Tainter {W. C), cellar, 5 Market sq. 

Carlton's house 10 North Margin 
Carlton Joseph, housevvright, house 4 South street place 
Carlton Moses &, Co. paper, IIG State 



Carlton Sarah P. widow, 2 Hawley 

Carlton William L. grocer, rear County Court House 

Carnalian Robert, plumber, 111 Ann 

Carnes Abigail, widow. Prince corner Snowhill 

Carnes Edward &, Son (Eduiard,jr.), riggers, Cross cor. 

Fulton, house 11 Hull 
Carnes Henry, clothing, 14 Ann, house Prince 
Carnes John, laborer, Mechanic 

Carnes Joshua A. clothing store, 47 Ann, h. Snowhill 
Carnes Rachael, widow, 3 Hull 

Carnes Taraesil E. widow of Joseph, rear 146 Pleasant 
Carnes William, waiter, house Gibbs lane 
Carnes William, cabinetmaker, 2 Pond, h. 175 Hanover 
Carney Andrew, clothes, Blackstone. house 23 Union 
Carney Joanna, laundress, opposite 145 Purchase 
Carney James, laborer, 104 Sea 
Carpenter Alfred, tin plate worker, head Rowe's wharf, 

house 164 Purchase 
Carpenter Ann, confectionary, 234 Washington 
Carpenter Geo. mes. Appraisers dep. C. H. h. 16 Charter 
Carpenter Margaret, widow, opposite 15 Ash 
Carpenter Oren, clerk, 525 Washington 
Carpenter Orsamus, handcartman. Leveret court 
Carpenter Sullivan, housewright, h. south end Washing. 
Carr Catharine, widow, 4 Fruit 
Carr James M. (Hill & C), boards 9 Suffolk place 
Carr John, laborer, rear 81 Sea 

Carr Joseph, refreshments, Cornhill ct. h. r. 142 Pleasant 
Carr Moses, housewright, house 15 Piedmont 
Carr Robert, laborer, boards rear 90 Front 
Carr William, housewright, boards 606 Washington 
Carrigan Michael, laborer, head Ellis's wharf 
Carrol Dennis, laborer, Warren place 
Carrol Francis, laborer, Mechanic 
Carrol James, 57 Fleet 
Carrol John, laborer, rear Fourth 
Carrol Jonas, laborer, Merrimac 
Carrol Martin, h. 10 Lynde 
Carrol Owen, laborer, Stillman 
Carrol Thomas, glass dealer, house rear 22 Federal 
Carrol Thomas H. laborer, Avery 
Carroll John, grocer, 106 Broad 
Carroll (John F.) & Yendley (Joseph), manufac. paper 

hangings, 93 Water. Carroll's house 77 Warren 
Carroll Robert, baker, 17 Portland 


Carroll Terence, laborer, South Rnssell 

Carruth F. S. & Nath. clrug;n;ists, 4 Long wf. h. 18 Lynde 

Carrutli Nathan, house 179 Hanover ' 

Carsen Thomas, mariner,! Henchman lane 

Carson William D. laborer, 8oiith st. court 

Carter Artemas, 40 Central, boards 8 Somerset place 

Carter David & Co. {James Hcndleij ^ Collins Stevens), 

lasts, 45 North Market 
Carter Ebenezer, Suffolk Hotel, Elm 
Carter Elisha, stonecutter, h. 491 Washington 
Carter George T. confectioner, Hanover cor. Union 
Carter H. W. millinery and dressmaking, 491 Washington 
Carter James, merchant, Liverpool wharf, h. 65 Summer 
Carter James W., W. I. goods, Bromfield, h. 4 Winter 
Carter John, 58 Tremont 

Carter John H. coppersmith, 12 Marshall, h. 16 Prince 
Carter Lucy and,.Louisa, 1 Province 
Carter {Luke), Cooiidge (C. L.) & Co. (L. C. Childs), 

dry goods, 46 Kilby, Caiter's h. 3 Vernon 
Carter Oliver, clerk, h. 59:-^ Washington 
Carter {R. B.), Hendee {Charles J.) & Co. {Charles 

Hickling), booksellers, 131 Washington 
Carter Thomas, hat store, 3 Union, h. 454 Washington 
Carter Thomas, housewright, foot of Richmond 
Carter Timothy {Johnson ty C.)i house 18 Federal 
Carter T. H. counting room, 135 Washington 
Cartret Samuel, painter, h. 7 Blossom 
Cartwright {Charles IV.) it Son {J. W. Cartwright), 

merchants, 32 India, h. 11 Hartford place 
Cartwright John, painter, rear Leveret court 
Cartwright William, painter, house 6 Bridge 
Carver David, jr. tailor, 8 Court, h. 74 Temple 
Carver George, cordwaincr, 6 Sweetser court 
Carver Reuben, house 29 Leveret 

Carver Reuben, jr. bath house. Prince cor. Commercial 
Carver Thomas, shoemaker, h. opposite 40 Front 
Carver William, baker, h. opposite 40 Front 
Cary Alpheus, stonecutter. Front, h. 2 Newton place 
Cary Daniel, laborer, rear Lenox 

Cary George B. {J. Bradlee <^ Co.), h. 3 Bowdoin place 
Cary {G. S.) & Spring (/. H.), combs and fancy goods, 

52 Kilby 
Cary Isaac, copperplate printer, 204 Wash. h. 29 Orange 
Cary {Isaac H.), Boynton (J.) & Woodford (P. i?.), jew- 
ellers and comb makers, 54 Washington 


Cary Jane, widow of Elijah, rear 110 Sea 
Gary John and William, scowmen, 8 Orange lane • 
Gary Joseph, baker, 15 S. Russell 
Gar}'^ William, laborer, rear 86 Warren 
Cary Phineas, stone mason, 22 South Russell 
Gary Thomas G. {Perkins &: Co.), h. Temple place 
Caryl Ruth, house rear 107 Pleasant 
Gasady Andrew, laborer, h. 57 Hancock 
Gasaday Edward, laborer, S. Russell 
Case Flavel, capt. of the watch, off. C. H. h. r. 7 Colum. 
Casey Edward, victualler, 3 Water 
Casey Michael, laborer, rear 78 Warren 
Casey Owen, 174 Ann 
Cashen John, slater. Centre 
Cashman Edmund, laborer, h. Avery 
Gashman John, pedlar, rear 143 Broad 
Casmay John, laborer, op. 8 Norfolk place 
Cass John, h. 2 Chambers street court 
Cass Samuel, h. 21 Salem cor. Cross 
Cassady Edward, painter, h. rear 253 Washington 
Cassady John, sawyer, I street rear 2d street 
Cassady Thomas, printer, boards 5 Province House court 
Gassell Edmund D. painter, 66 Cornliill, h. S. Margin 
Casson Henry, laborer. Commercial near Prince 
Castello Bartholomew, laborer, Middlesex near Castle 
Gastolo Dennis, laborer, h. 10 Hamilton 
Castolo Thomas, laborer, Gouch 
Gastolo William, laborer, 19 Hamilton 
Castle Andrew, laborer, h. Suflblk, rear Lucas place 
Castle Deborah, widow, rear 57 Tremont 
Caswell James, type caster, h. Haymarket place 
Caswell Elizabeth, widow, C55 Washington 
Caswell Mary, widow, Haymarket place 
Caswell Richard, ropemaker, h. 31 Allen 
Caswell William, laborer, 6 Boylston square 
Gate Ammon (Snoio & C.), h. 84 Prince 
Gate James, housewright, boards 7 Nassau 
Gate John, baker, h. rear 730 Washington 
Gate Nancy, milliner, 599 Washington 
Gate (S.) & Ball {John), coopers, 113 Milk and GO Gomm. 
Gate Samuel, cooper, h. 3 Hamilton ct. 
Gate Wm. H. house 21 Cross 
Caulfield Peter, currier, boards 7 Purchase place 
Cavana Dennis, mariner, rear gun house Fort hill 
Cavenaugh Ellen, laundress, Peck lane 


Cavenaugh Patrick, carpenter, 2 Bay 

Caveneau Jeremiah, tailor, h. 18 Hamilton 

Caverly Charles, house 4 Wheeler's court 

Cazenove Chas. J. dz. Co. (Louis Jl. ^ Anthony C ^ ^• 

C. Gardner), mer. 35 Commercial wharf 
Cazenove Louis A. (C. J. C. ^ Co.), h. 40 High 
Cazneau Isaac, 7 North Bennet 

Cazneau Margaret, widow of Andrew, Newbern place 
Cazneau William L. clerk U. S. Bank 
Center George, tinplate worker, h. 18 Ash 
Center Joseph H. machinist, h. 46 Orange, shop rear 
Center John, 212 Hanover 
Center John S. broker, h. Front near Essex 
Center Rebecca, widow, Commercial near Ann 
Center Sylvester, broker, h. Front near Essex 
Center Stephen, chemist, h. Broadway 
Cermenati Paul, tailor, 8 Franklin avenue, h. Vine 
Chace (Caleb) & Grew (Henry), dry g'ds, 6 &8 Central 
Chace Caleb, house 3 Joy place 
Chace Patrick, h. Meclianic 
Chadbourn (Humphry) &- Libbey (J. B.), wood yard, 

Commercial. C.'s h. 29 Charter 
Chadbourn Isaac, cabinetmaker, 17 North Russell 
Chadbourn Seth, blacksmith, 14 Hawley,h. 3 Williams 
Chadwick Ebenezer, merchant, 70 State, h. Mt. Vernon 
Chad wick Eliza, nurse, 109 Chambers 
Chadwick Isaac, mariner, h. cor. 4th and B street 
Chadwick John, clerk, 24 Exchange, h. 128 Charles 
Chadwick Mehitabel, widow, h. 3 Avery place 
Chaffee Ezra, captain, 1 Minot 

Chaffee George A., W. I. goods, 24 Pinckney, h. May 
Chaffe Jonathan, stucco worker, h. May 
Chaffin Darwin, fancy goods, 80 Wasliington 
Chaffin John, housewright, Stiilman, h. 1 N. Margin 
Chamberlain Abigail, dressmaker, 289 Washington 
Chamberlain Carmi D. blacksmith, h. 3 Cornhill square 
Chamberlain H. P. clothes, 86 Ann, h. 21 Salem 
Chamberlain Keziah, widow, 9 Batterymarch 
Chamberlain (Isaac) & Bull (EphraimJV.), gold beaters, 

54 Cornhill 
Chamberlain Joshua, h. 82 Chambers 
Chamberlain Moses, laborer, h. 289 Washington 
Chamberlain Nathan B. philosoph. apparatus, 9 School, 

h. 2 Garden 
Chamberlain Thomas (Hill ^ Co.), h. Salem 


Chamberlain William, housewright, h. S. Russell 
Chamberlain William H. h. 9 S. Bennet 
Chamberlin Abisjail A. L. widow of Wm. h. 94 Court 
Chamberjii Ambrose, merchant, 12 Long wharf 
Chamberlin {Cephas C.) & Mower (S. F.), 80 F. H. M. 
Chamberlin Charles C. clerk, boards 1 Bromfield 
Chamberlin David, grocer, h. and shop Essex c. Colum. 
Chamberlin {Daniel) & Kendrick (Rvfus), W. I. g'ds, 

3 S. Market. C. boards 4 Tremont pi. 
Chamberlin Edward, 3G Prince 
Chamberlin Edward, jr. h. 5 N. Bennet 
Chamberlin (Eleazer D.) & Folsom (/. L.), commission 

merchants, 62 Kilby 
Chamberlin Ezra, Distil-house square 
Chamberlin Edward, crockery ware, Hanover c. Black- 
stone, h. Prince 
Chamberlin Franklin T. stable, 46 Hanover and 9 Port- 
land, h. 18 Portland 
Chamberlin Lucy, straw bonnets, 87 Hanover 
Chamberlin Lyman, smith, Tileston's wf h. 79 Essex 
Chamberlin Richard, clerk, boards 9 Sea 
Champney Erastus, cabinetmaker, Boylston place 
Champney (J. Y.) & Allen (Francis), housew'ts, Southac 
Champney James H. mess. Wash. Bank,b'ds 2 Beach 
Champney John Y. housewright, h. Grove 
Champney John, jr. grocer, 10 Summer 
Champney Joseph, cooper, h. 10 Piedmont 
Champney Mary, widow, 39 Leveret 
Champney O. W. clerk, interest room U. S. Bank 
Champney Samuel, h. Carver 
Champney William L. housewright, h. Canton 
Chandler Abigail, rear 57 Tremont 
Chan'dler (Miel) & Howard (Benj.), mer. 16 Central wf. 

C.'s h. 118 Tremont 
Chandler {Jlex. S.) & Reed (Thos.), caulk. &gr. Coram. 

n. Hull 
Chandler Andrew J, watchman, S. Margin 
Chandler Benjamin, housewrigiit, h. 6 Clark 
Chandler Benjamin, housewright, North Margin 
Chandler Charles, dry g'ds, 315 Wash. h. 101 Pleasant 
Chandler Chas. N. fruit, cor. Congress and Water, h. 2 

High St. pi. 
Chandler Ebenezer, house Merrimae 
Chandler G. L. jr. clerk U. S. Bank 


Chandler Isaac, W. I. goods, 2 south side Faneuil Hall, 

h. 10 Poplar 
Chandler John, merchant, 2 Milton place 
Chandler John, laborer, h. rear Sotithac 
Chandler John G. engraver, 9 State, h. IMeasant , 

Chandler Jonathan, turner, rear 3 Marshall 
Chandler Joseph, pianofortemaker, boards 759 Wash. 
Chandler (John) <fe Greenleaf (Richard C), dry goods, 

325 Washington. C.'s h. 8 Pearl 
Chandler Mary, widow, 1 Bridge st. avenue 
Chandler Mary, widow, boarding house, 8 Cross 
Chandler Oliver, blacksmith, 245 Ann, h. 7 Hull 
Chandler Philemon, houscwright, 7 Blossom 
Chandler Samuel, painter, h. 6 Clark 
Chandler William D. shipwright, h. 129 Pleasant 
Chaney Joseph, housewright, boards 8 Columbia 
Chanley Michael, house Essex place 
Channing George G. alcohol laboratory, Short 
Channing Walter, physician, 176 Tremont cor. School 
Channing William E. Rev. 49 Mount Vernon 
Chapin David (Prescott S^ C), house 9 Beach 
Chapin L. W. widow of Aaron, house 837 Washington 
Chapin Martha D. boimets, 254, h. rear 301 Washington 
Chapin C. H. G. (M. J. & C. //. (?.), boards 42 Hanover 
Chapin Orris T. tailor, house rear 301 Washington 
Chaplin Lydia, dressmaker, 4 Summer 
Chapman ^Abner, 28 Cornhill, boards 3 Morton place 
Chapman Benj. F. h. rear Lancaster 
Chapman Joseph, hatter, 8 Clinton 
Chapman Geo. H. merchant, 70 State 
Chapman Dummer R. 5 Long wharf 
Chapman Elizabeth, widow, 3 Hanover court 
Chapman George A printer, h. rear 4 North square 
Chapman Henry & Co. (H. G. Chapman), merchants, 

29 Central wharf 
Chapman Henry, house 4 Chauncey place 
Chapman Henry Grafton, house 11 West 
Chapman Jacob P. printer, 2 Hanover court 
Chapman John, provisions, 6, h. 26 Pinckney 
Chapman Jonathan (Fay & C.), h. 52 Chesnut 
Chapman Margaret, widow of Jonathan, h. 39 Chesnut 
Chapmarsh Thomas, 11 Fleet 
Charbonnel John, confectioner, 124 Cambridge 
Charlton Frederic, carver, 1 Travers 
Charter Daniel, laborer, 15 Nassau 


Charter John & James, junk shop, Chatham, h. 3 Cooper 

Charter Philip, 59 Faneuil Hall market 

Chase Archibald, cabinet maker, 65 Friend, k 62 Union 

Chase Asenath, h. 30 Garden 

Chase Benjamin W. h. Hollis n. Tremont 

Cha«e Benjamin W. mariner. Fleet 

('base Chaimcey, housewr'ht, Hobbs's wf. h. 4 Sturgis pi. 

Chase (Caleb) ' &, Grew (Henri/), dry goods, -6 Central. 

C.'s h. 3 Joy pi. 
Chase Enoch, clfjrk, Commercial cor. Foster 
Chase Elizabeth, widow, rear 81 Tremont 
Chase George VV. hairdresser, Tremont H. h. I Elliot ct 
Chase Hezekiah & Co. (JV. Berry), mer. 24 Long wharf 
■Chase Hezek. S. (Webster, C. & Co.), h, 5 Pearl place 
Chase John, h. 101 Chambers 

Chase Joshua, liousevvr't, Cambridge st. near the bridge 
Chase Phebe, widow, rear 18 S. Bennet 
Chase Theodore, h. 44 Beacon 
Chase Thomas C. laborer, h. Commercial near Ann 
Chase Thomas F. dry g'ds, 341 Wash, b'ds 4 Sturgis pi. 
Chase Thomas L. agent Lynn Print. Co. 83Cornhiil 
Chase Thorndike, cordwainer, Cross near Pond 
Cheeny Samuel, optician, rear 132 Hanover 
Cheever Abigail, widow, 525 Washington 
Cheever Abigail, widow, 1 Lowell place 
Cheever James, leather, 35 N Market, h. 15 Chambers 
Cheever John, h. Blackstone 
Cheever John, housewright, 4 Bridge street court 
Cheever Joshua, lumber wharf. Front, house 66 Warren 
Cheever Mary Ann, wid. of Thomas, Tremont, c. Pleas. 
Cheever William, housewright, h. 7 Pitts 
Cheever William, cordwainer. South Russell 
Chell Robert, shoemaker, h. rear 255 Washington 
Chenelette Victory, boardinghouse, 11 Atkinson 
Cheney Joseph, harnessmaker, 548, h. rear 599 Wash. 
Cheney Wilson, h. Carroll place 
Cherington Edward, upholsterer, h. Alden lane 
Chesman Loring, rigger. Short lane 
Cliessman Hosea, laborer, Batterman place 
Chessman Samuel, W. L g'ds, 100 Ann, h. 170 Hanover 
Chester John, h. 5 Travers 

Chester (Chas.) & White (JV. F.) innholders, Flagg alley 
Chesnut Jofin, laborer, rear 20 Pleasant 
Chevalier Francis, musician, h. 5 Elliot court 
Chick Albert G. auctioneer, h. 38 Prince 
• 17* 


Chickering Horatio (Griggs & C), h. 14 Hay ward place 
Cliickering Jesse, physician, 1 Eeacli cor. Washington 
Chickering Jonas, pianoforte maker, 416, h. 502 VVash, 
Chickey Francis & Co. (JV. M. y P. A.), plaster figures, 

13 School 
Child Benjamin G. boatbuilder, Fultonj h. 1 Margaret 
Child Charles W., 9 State 

Child Daniel F. counting room, 721, h. 734 Washington 
Child David, 81 Washington, house 27 Federal 
Child David L. counsellor, 31 Court, h. 3 Cottage place 
Child Edward H. hairdresser, 422 Washing, h. Essex ct. 
Child Isaac, house 734 Washington 
Child John, sailtnaker, 13 Commercial, h. Unity 
Child (Joseph) & Crocker, (R. J.), sailmakers, 2N. Mar- 
ket. C.'s h. (54 Salem 
Child Josh, bookkeeper South Bank, h. 347 Washington 
Child Moses, laborer, rear 40 Pleasant 
Child Richards, h. Hollis cor. Washington 
Child Simeon, school Hollis, house 19 Carver 
Child Stephen, wood and coal, Front, h. 598 Washing. 
Child Thomas (JY. F. Cunningham ^'- Co.), h. 8 Pearl 
Child Thomas, weigher, 12 Long wharf 
Childs Abner, jr. iron store, 98 Front, h. 598 Washing. 
Childs Luke C. (Carter, Coolidgc & Co.), h. at Com. 

Coffee House 
Childs Noah, fruit, 5 Dock sq. h. 2 Spring st. court 
Chipman Charles, mason, N. Bennet 
Chipman Charles, physician, 27 Howard 
Chisole Emanuel, housewright, Gouch 
Chittenden Charles, h. Broadvvav 
Choate Charles, physician, 27 Howard 
Choate Dudley, blacksmith, rear 3d street 
Choate Rufus, attorney, 4 Court, h. 23 Bedford 
Chorley John, clerk Mer. Bank, h. rear Savings Bank 
Ciders Charles, clerk, boards Lafiiyette Hotel 
Christian John, stone mason, h. Hamilton alley 
Christy James, captain, boards 30 Federal 
Christy Roland, 23 Richmond 

Christy Thomas, saddler, 12 Court, h. r. 26 Chambers 
Chubbuck Anthony, caulker, h. 3d st. cor. I street 
Chubbuck Elizabeth, widow, op. 20 Avery 
Church E. H. See Campbell & C. 
Churchill Francis, housewright, 7 1-2 Prince 
Churchill Ivory, housewright, 3d street 
Churchill Mary Ann, school, Middlesex cor. Castle 


Churchill Pelcg, fish packer, T wf. h. 45 Carver 

Churchill William. See J. Collamore, jr. & Co. 

Churchill William F. 3 S. Margin 

Chute Ellen, widow, Theatre alley 

Cilly Catherine, widow of Amos, 43 Myrtle 

Claflen James S. painter, 40 Pleasant 

Claflen Margaret, widow, ? Bay street 

Clap Pliney, truckman, 65 Broad, h. 10 W. Second 

Clapp Asahel, 16 India 

Clapp Artemas, confectioner, rear 10 Lynde 

Clapp (Benj.) & Goddard (E. IV.), coopers, Central wf. 

Clapp Benjamin, house North Bennet 

Clapp Harriet A. widow of Caleb, Wilson's lane 

Clapp David, jr. printer, and pub. Med. Journ. 164 Wash. 

li. Broadway 
Clapp Derastus, constable, 2 Franklin av. h. Essex ct. 
Clapp Ebenezer, jr. inspector Custom House 
Clapp Frederick, house Baldwin place 
Clapp Galen, handcartman, rear 93 Warren 
Clapp George P. tailor, house 35 Salem 
Clapp Isaac, broker, 68 Broad 

Clapp Isaac P. cloth, and hats, 34 Broad, h. 19 Hancock 
Clapp James, captain, 78 Pond 
Clapp Harriet, widow of Joseph, rear 11 Short 
Clapp Mary, widow of Elisha, h. 18 Winthrop place 
Clapp Nathaniel, boarding house, 6 Suflx)Ik place 
Clapp Otis, bookstore, 11 School, h. 4 Federal court 
Clapp Otis, jr. grocery, under Bethel, North square 
Clapp Sally, VVilliams court 

Clapp Samuel, jr. W. I. goods, 747, h. 745 Washington 
Clapp Sarah, 86 Mt. Vernon 

Clapp Stephen R. pianoforte maker, h. 19 Orange 
Clapp Wm. W. ed. Ev. Gaz. 14 Congres, h. Temple pi. 
Clapp W^ashington, printer, 43 Salem 
Clark Albert, blacksmith, boards 1 Newton place 
Clark Abigail C. nurse, 13 Hawkins 
Clark Alexander, boarding, 95 Hanover 
Clark Andrew, Merrimac 
Clark Alexander, carpenter, rear 8 Fayette 
Clark Alexander, laborer, cor A and 3d streets 
Clark Amos F. laborer, h. W. Centre 
Clark Amos, upholsterer, 2 Leveret 
Clark Benjamin, housewright, h. 4 Jefferson 
Clark Benj. cooper. Commercial n. Hanov. h. Garden ct. 
Clark Benj. wine store, 9 N Market, h. 49 Hancock 


Clark Benj. C. & Co. (C. G. JVazro), merchants, 63, 

Commercial wharf, house 35 Beacon 
C;]ark Bradley M. painter, 71 Broad 
Clark Calvin VV. {S. May & Co.) h. 7 Elliot 
Clark Charles S. m.erchant, 26 India wharf 
Clark Christiana, intelligence office, 75 Summer 
Clark Daniel, honsewright, 13 Hawkins 
Clark Dardana, widow, Essex place 
Clark Edward D. 25 Union 
OarklEiisha VV. See Hall'tfe C. 
Clark Elijah & Co. (E. Clark, jr. and JVoah Perrin),W. 

I. goods, 5 Chatham, h. 23 Hamilton 
Clark Eliza, widow, 10 Marshall 
Clark Enoch W. & Brothers, brokers, 6 City Hall, h. 14 

Clark Eleanor R. widow, 22 Richmond 
Clark E. P. cashier N. E. Bank 
Clark Frederick {Haskell & C), h. W. Cedar 
Clark Geo. ink manufac.52, h. south 752 Washington 
Clark George and Co. {Levi Ingoh), h. 40 Charter 
Clark H. G. physician, Prince c. Hanover 
Clark Hannah, widow, 4 Ballard place 
Clark Henry, painter, h.5 Tremont 
Clark Henry F. {Sears & C), h. 4S Spring 
Clark Henry, merchant, 13 Central|wharf 
Clark Isaac, 52 Washington, h. Haymarket place 
Clark James, pnmpmaker, 135 Ann, h. Parkman place 
Clark James W. domestic goods, 28 Central, boards 1 

Boylston place 
Clark James, stone cutter, h. rear 57 Poplar 
Clark John, Pres. Protection Ins. Co. h. Louisburg sq. 
Clark John, rear 385 Washington 
Clark John, mariner, 28 Salem 
Clark & Gray, housewrights, Haverhill 
Clark John, plumber, Court square, h. 2 Acorn 
Clark John, tobacconist, 50 North Market 
Clark John, jr tobacco dealer, 30 Long wf h. 62 Federal 
Clark Jonathan C. grocer, 10 Vine, h. 3 Blossom ct. 
Clark Joseph, blockmaker, Cross c. Fulton, h. 4 Sheafe 
Clark Joseph, jeweller, rear 87 Wash. h. 12Prov. H. ct. 
Clark Jos.VV. (E. W. Clark 4^ Brother), h. 63 Tinckney 
Clark Judith, widow, h. 26 Prince 
Clark Lemuel, musician, liouse 53 Fayette 
Clark Lydia,*widow, Batlerman place 
Clark Lot (Means & C), house 75 Purchase 


Clark Lucy, dress maker, 2 Slanift)rd place 

Clark M. B. silversmith, Harv'd pi., h. c.^I^rince «& Salem 

Clark Mary, diessmaker, 80 Federal 

Clark Mary, 207 Hanover 

Clark Mary, h. C East 

Clark Matth6w, pattern designer, 79 Milk 

Clark Meshach, mason, N. Grove 

Clark Moses, grain, Front cor. S. Bridge, h. 41 Tremont 

Clark Nathan, captain, Clark 

(/lark {XuUianiel), Homer {J.) & Lillie (T. J.), printers, 
Congress. C.'s h. 45 Allen 

Clark Noah M. confectioner, 176 Hanover, h. 28 Ann 

Clark Robert, lobsterman, Charlestown cor. Travers 

Clark Ruth, schoolmistress, Broadway 

Clark Sally, rear N. Margin 

Clark Scotto, merchant, 20 India wharf 

Clark Samuel W. at Suffolk Hotel, Elm 

Clark Stephen, housewright, 15 Atkinson, h.5 do. 

Clark Thatcher, straw bonnet manuflic. 448 Washington 

Clark Theron E. chairs, 36 Commercial 

Clark Thomas J. grocer, 270 Ann, h. 1 Snowhill 

Clark Thomas P. baker, Murray place 

Clark Thomas R. spectacle maker, 54 Cornhill 

Clark U. J. broker, 3 Brattle square 

Clark Watson, h. Marshall 

Clark William, stage driver, h. 25 Hamilton 

Clark William B. H. clothes, 79 Ann, h. Marshall 

Clark William, h. 3d street 

Clark William F. 2 Merchants row, h. 107 Salem 

Clark Wood. See Rogers & C. 

Clark William F. captain, house 12 Hull 

Clark William, provisions, 14 Eeveret, h. 4 Staniford pi- 

Clark Zenith, Charter c. Unity 

Clarke Edward & Co. (E. L. Penniman & Sarnl Cut- 
ler), Go Milk, h. 21 Chesnut 

Clarke James C. printer, h. Sweetser court 

Clarke John S. plumber and engineer, h. 2 Acorn 

Clary Ethan A., Custom House 

Classen Wm. W. h. 240 Hanover 

Classen Joanna, widow, Lowell place 

Clay Jonathan, shipwright, 31 Thacher 

Claxton (Timo.) &, Wightman (Joseph M.), philosophi- 
cal ins. makers, 33 Cornhill. C.'s h. 33 Warren 

Cleasby Joseph, clerk, h. Chambers corner Green 

Cleaveland Henry R. school, Chauncey pi. h. 118 Charles 


Clement Elizabeth, widow, 9 Sea 

Clement John, housevvright, Thacher street court 

Clement Rufus, boards 9 Ehii 

Clements Lewis, mason. Pond street place 

Clemensen Peter, engineer, 4th street 

Cleveland Aaron P. merchant, 25 Kilby, h. 55 Federal 

Cleveland Charles, chaplain House of Jleformation 

Cleveland James, portrait painter, 2 Graphic court 

Cleveland Stephen H. See Cragin &. C. 

Clifford Ann, n)illiner, 61 Cambridge, h. 34 Poplar 

Clifford S. Lawrence, stevedore, rear 4th and C streets 

Cline Anthony, house Oilman place 

Clinkard Martin L. house Salutation 

Clinton Ann, widow, rear CO Elliot 

Clinton William D. housewright, h. 3 1-2 S. Margin 

Clonay Michael, shoemaker, opposite 174 Purchase 

Clonay Thomas, laborer, Batterymarch corner Broad 

Clones {Aaron R.) & Richardson (G. L.), grocers, Com- 
mercial near Hull. C.'s h. 205 Hanover 

Cloues Jacob, sailmaker. Salutation 

Clones Phebe, dry goods., 203, h. 205 Hanover 

Clough Ann, house 3 Pinckney 

Clough Charles, mason, 49 Charter 

Clough Eben'r, city weigher, r. Charles, h. Greenough la. 

Clough Willard, constable, 2 Franklin av. h. 97 Tremont 

Clouston Robert, housewright, h. 1 Blossom court 

Cloutman Abigail, widow, 36 Court 

Cloutman John S. painter, 190 Wash. h. r. 104 Tremont 

Cloyes Albert, sashmaker, near Warren Bridge 

Cluff Elizabeth, Moon corner Suncourt 

Coates B. C. tailor, 5 Prince 

Cobb Bailey, clerk, house 4 Newton place 

Cobb Edward, mason, h. 53 Tremont 

Cobb Elijah & Co. {Elisha D. JVinslow), W. L goods, 
10 India, house 24 McLean 

Cobb Ethan, cordwainer, 20 Prince, h. Thacher street ct. 

Cobb Frederick A. house 2 Joy place 

Cobb Henry, shoes, 5 Broad, house 16 Bedford 

Cobb Martha^ widow, 604 Washington 

Cobb Nathaniel, housewriaht. Castle near Suffolk 

Cobb Richard, house Beacon corner Park 

Cobb Sarah, widow, h. 120 Tremont 

Cobb Sarah, nurse, rear 123 Pleasant 

Cobb William, blacksmith, Lynde, h. 7 Blossom court 

Coburn Anna, widow, h. 18 A Ilea 


Coburn Caleb, W. I. goods, 3 Rovve's wf. h. 17 Wash. pi. 

Cochlan David, 106 Commercial 

Cochran (./?. F.), Morse {Rob. M.) & Co. (R. R. Rand), 

W. I. goods, 9 S. Market. Cochran's h. 18 Pearl 
Cochran Daniel, laborer, Washington avenue 
Cochran L. H. M. leather, 15 Elm, h. 66 Tremont 
Cochran Samuel Q,. wine dealer. Congress cor. Lindall 
Cockayne Abigail H., W. Centre corner Myrtle 
Cocklin James, laborer, 114 Broad 
Cockran Martin, laborer, rear 2d street 
Cockran Patrick, laborer, rear 22 Federal 
Coddington Edward, printer, h. rear 337 Washington 
Codman Charles R. merchant, 29 Chesnut 
Codman Edward, wines, 31 Congress, h. 83 Bedford 
Codman Francis, house 6 Walnut 
Codman Henry, counsellor, 40 State, h. 119 Tremont 
Codman John, counsellor, 4 Court, h. 41 Chesnut 
Codman John, machinist & locksmith, 186 Tremont, h. do. 
Codman Sarah W. house 98 Pleasant 
Codman Stephen, notary, house Howard 
Codman Stephen, jr. merchant, 17 City wharf, h. Howard 
Codman Susan, widow, h. 41 Chesnut 
Codman Willard, silversmith, h. 11 Norfolk place 
Cody James, laborer, 196 Ann 
Cody Tliomas, victualler, 65 India wharf 
Cody Thomas K. laborer, 15 Essex place 
Coflee John, laborer, A street 
Coffee Marv, widow, 4 Salt lane 
Coffin Aaron, housewright, h. 45 Fayette 
Coffin Abel, capiain, house 2 Berry 

Coffin George W. land agent. State House, h. 7 Rowe pi. 
Coffin Langdon, bookseller, h. 46 Federal 
Coffin Margaret, h. 45 Summer 
Coffin Mary, widow, rear 26 Winter 
Coffin Mary, widow, Peck lane 

Coffin Peter, merchant, 6 Central wharf, h. 7 Atkinson 
Coffin Presbury, housewright, r. 530 Wash. h. 40 Orange 
Coffin Thomas B. housewright, h. 45 Front 
Coffin William, cashier Col. Bank, h. cor. Essex place 
Coffin William E. shoes, 195 Washington, h, 46 Federal 
Coffy Andrew, laborer, h. Williams court 
Cofran James, wood yard, Canal, h. Friend 
Cofren Samuel, hackman, h. Harvard place 
Cogswell Jamea, cabinetmaker, h. May 
Cogswell Wm. Sec. A. E. Soc. 52 Wash. h. 56 Hancock 


Coiffard J., Court square 

Coit Daniel T. physician, 12 High near Summer 
Colbert Garret, laborer, Hamilton alley 
Colburn Elisha T. umbrella maker, 13 Court 
Colburn George W. clerk, 370 Washington 
Colburn James L. machinist, h. 3d stieet 
Colburn James S. house 163 Tremont 
Colburn Jeremiah, h. 113 Chatnbers 
Colburn Joseph {Ho2ves S/- C), house 2d street 
Colburn John, cooper, boards 50 South 
Colburn Joshua, dry goods, Kilby, house 31 Federal 
Colburn Josiah, h. 8 Howard 
Colburn Josiah P. clerk, h. 8 Howard 
Colburn Luke, combmakcr, h. 81 Warren 
Colby Daniel, wood and lumber, Forthill wf. h. 3 High 
Colby Gardner, dry goods, 209 Washington, h. 15 Green 
Colby James, mariner, rear Hull 
Colby John, house 31 Myrtle 

Colby Johnson, messenger to City Council, h. 6 Milton 
Colby Joseph, carpenter, house Castle near Suffolk 
Colby Josiah. See Mackintire, Lyford & C. 
Colby Nathaniel B. housewright, h. 132 Hanover 
Colby S. widow, 15 Green 
Colby Sarah, boardinghouse, 9 Batterymarch 
Colby William, carpenter, house 11 Lucas place 
Colcord Phineas, b. rear 69 ]*ond 
Cole Charles, jr. Arch wharf, h. 142 Pleasant 
Cole Fanny, widow, rear 104 Tremont 
Cole Isaac, housewright, corner C street 
Cole James, housewright, Silver 
Cole James, laborer, Ann corner Cross 
Cole John, cordwainer, h. rear 22 S. Russell 
Cole John J. laborer, h. 11 South Russell 
Cole Josiah, housewright, h. rear 15 Gouch 
Cole Oliver, bookkeeper Globe Bank 
Cole Seth, housewright, 4th street 

Coles Ambr. W. cop. plate print. 87 Wash. h. 104 Trem't 
Coles A. L. dressmaker, Cross 
Colesworthy Nathaniel, printer, 17 Blossom 
Colford Philip, cooper, rear 53 South 
Collamore John, jr. & Co. (JVm. Churchill & J. Cur- 
tis, jr.), crockeryware, 186 Wash. h. 1 Ilayward pi. 
Collamore Peleg, 199 Hanover 

Coller Aaron, housewright, Lancaster, h. 45 Merrimac 
Collicut Hannah, 14 Stillman 



Collier David J. h. over 47 Congress 

Collier Isaac, cordvvainer, house 11 Short 

Collier Isaac, jr. cordvvainer, East, house rear 11 Short 

Collier Joseph H. mariner, rear 23 Pleasant 

Collier William, Rev. house 33 Green 

Collier William & Son {David J.), tailors, 47 Congress, 

house rear 7 Tileslon 
Collier William, blacksmith, h. rear GOO Washington 
Collier William, fish dealer, 38 Salem 
Collinghourne Ann, widow, IJ Pleasant stieet court 
Collingbourne William D. comedian, 11 Pleasant st. ct. 
Collings Ann, house Corn court 

Collins Ebenezer, dry goods, 30 Central, house 9 Oak 
Collins Ebenezer W. painter, 103 Cambridge 
Collins Edward, laborer, rear 110 Sea 
Collins James M. silversmith, h. 103 Cambridge 
Collins John, grocer, 56 Pond 
Collins John, laborer, 98 Broad 
Collins Lemuel G. rear 13 S. Margin 
Collins Maria, boarding, 72 Ann 
Collins Mary, laundress, Devonshire 
Collins Matthias, laborer, opposite 20 Avery 
Collins Michael, laborer, h. Broadway 
Collins Patrick, Ann corner Clark 
Collins Patrick, laborer, 666 Washington 
Collins Thomas, waiter Tremont House, h. Province 
Collins Walter, glazier, 11 Williams court 
Cohnan CofFrin, 1 Henchman latie 
Colman John, housewright, h. 2 Bradford place 
Colman Mary E. widow, 17 Sea 
Colman Michael, laborer, rear 17 Sea 
Colman Patrick, laborer, Gouch 
Colman Samuel, 121 Washington 

Colson Josejjh, W. I. goods, head Otis'swf. h. 36Purch. 
Colston Sarah, boarding, 141 Hanover 
Colston William, pianoforte tuner, h. 98 Warren 
Collon Hiram, h. 6 Stillman 

Comarford Patrick, chemist, h. south 752 Washington 
Comer T. musician Trem. Theatre, b'ds 17 Franklin pK 
Comey Benjamin, Commercial near Foster 
Commings Annastatia, widow of Philip, 180 Purchase 
Conant A. W. 54 Kilby, boards 6 Otis place 
Conant C. C. & W. H. woolens, 55 Wash. h. 12 Somer. pi. 
Conant Daniel, 99 Charter 

Conant Frederick P. {^yer &, C), house Pitts court 


Conant James, captain, 318 Washington 

Conant John, dry goods, Mo Washington, h. 11 BulfincI 

Conant Joel, crockery, 1G2 Ann 

Conant Josiah F. 4 Faneuil Hall, h. 6 N. Russell 

Conant Levi, teacher Elliot school, Commercial n. Princ( 

Conant Levi. See Cook & C. 

Conant Marshall, Boylston school, Washington place 

Conant Mary, boarding, 151 Court 

Conant Nathan, teamster, house Pond 

Conant Rufiis, waiter, 2 Avon place 

Conant Sophronia, rear 2G Winter 

Conant Thaddeus, dry goods, 61 Water, h. 13 Chambers 

Conant William H. (C. C. &, W. H. C), house Howard 

Condotr Samuel, printer, 32 Congress, h. 19 Atkinson 

(^ondron Eliza, widow, opposite 79 Pleasant 

Condron Patrick, laborer, opposite 8 Atkinson 

Cone John C. measurer, C. House, h. Spring 

Conery David, mason, house rear 2 Plymouth pL 

Conery Thomas, laborer. Mechanic place 

Conkey J. Q A. crockery, 41 Wash h. 88 Mt. Vernon 

Conkhn Richard, machinist, Cooper 

Con I an John, South Margin 

Conlan Michael, laborer, Salt lane 

Ct)nley Bethiah, 298 Ann 

Conley Bridget M. widow, 60 Broad 

Conley Patrick, laborer, house Mechanic 

Connall Michael, grocer, 19 Devonshire 

Connel R. M. (L. Brooks ife Co.), h. 7 Purchase place 

Connelly Christopher, laborer, Dedham 

Connelly Jeremiah, laborer, 75 Sea 

Connelly Patrick, newspaper agent, Hamilton 

Conner Joseph, cooper, Broadway 

Conner Joshua, engineer, h. 77 Warren 

Conners John, stevedore, 87 Broad 

Conners Patrick, tailor, house Theatre alley 

Conners Timothy, laborer, 149 Broad 

Connologe Charles, mason, h. 112 Ann 

Conolly H. L. Rev. h. 4th street 

Connor Ann, laundress, 6 Bath 

Connor Francis O house 2 Devonshire 

Connor John H. laborer. Lane place 

Connor Lucy, nurse. Lane place 

Conroy Patrick, laborer, Tremont near Pleasant 

Constant Victor, captain, 89 Summer 

Converse James C. {Farrington & C), h. 37 High 


Converse James W. (Field 4^ C), h. head of Pearl 

Converse Benjamin, 11 Boylston market, h. 39 Front 

Conway Edward, razor grinder, Creek square 

Cook (Arnold) & Conant (Levi),<o2 Faneuilll. market 

Cook Arnold, blacksmith, 24 Friend 

Cook Benjamin, boarding house, 35 Ann 

Cook Charles, slioestore, 2G7 Wash, boards 247 Wash. 

Cook Charles {John C. »& Charles), house 3 Columbia 

Cook Elizabeth, widow, 452 Washington 

Cook Elizabeth, widow of Ellis, Commercial near Ann 

Cook George T. laborer, 23 Portland 

Cook Hiram & Sam. shoes, 449 Wash. h. r. 130 Pleas't 

Cook Isaac, brewer, 21 Broad and 58 Central 

Cook James M. machinist, house 11 Nassau 

Cook James & Co. (j'J. Mckerson), W. I. goods, 3d st. 

corner Dorchester 
Cook James, laborer, rear 143 Broatl 
Cook Jer. R. plumber, r. 48 Congress, h. 10 Sturgis pi. 
Cook John {Stephen Jenney ^ Co.), house B street 
Cook John C. & Charles, paperhangings, 220 Washing. 

house Jackson place 
Cook John C. mariner, house 96 Charles 
Cook John V. laborer, house rear 9 W. Centre 
Cook Jotham, ropemaker, h. 547 Washington 
Cook Manuel, printer, house 12 Bowdoin 
Cook Marcy, widow, 69 Pleasant 
Cook Moody D. mariner, Batterman place 
Cook Moses {IValcutt ^ C), h. rear 55 Warren 
Cook Nancy, widow, Broa(., opposite Rowe's wharf 
Cook Priscilla, 45 Allen 

Cook Rufus R. painter, 59 Ann, house Wesley place 
Cook Russell, tailor, 6 Clinton, house 90 Ann 
Cook Samuel, house rear 130 Pleasant 
Cook Samuel, provisions, 629 Washington 
Cook Sarah, widow, 4 Purchase 
Cook Temperance, rear 161 Washington 
Cook Timothy, laborer, 108 Warren 
Cook William, house Jackson place 
Cook William, housew't, Charlestown, h. 2 Prospect 
Cook William, tailor, house 26 Myrtle 
Cook William H. h. 2 Tremont south of Pleasant 
Cook William S. house Commercial near Foster 
Cook Zebedee, jr. insur. broker, 4 Court, h. Pearl 
Cooke Josiah P. counsellor, 9 State, h. 17 Winthrop pi. 
Cooley Aaron, truckman, 15 Broad, h. 29 Charles 


Cooler Levi, laborer, house 19 Second 

Cooley Wiiliarn, plane maker, honse 11 Allen 

Coolidife Atiios ( Bahcoc.k & C), house 24 Warren 

Coolidge C. Austin, house 14 Hancock 

Coolidge Charles, liv. stable, 359 Wash. h. 2 Newton pi 

Conlidge Charles D. broker, 49 State, h. 14 Hancock 

Coolidge Charles H. 3 Slate, h. 4 Joy place 

Coolidge Charles L. {Carter &, C), house 2 Eaton 

Coolidge Cornelius, build, cont. 3 State, h. 4 Joy place 

Coolidge Emerson, clerk, b'ds 17 Washington place 

Coolidge Flavel, brushmaker. 22 Exchange 

Coolidge Frances, widow of James, h. 6 Wheeler's ct. 

Coolidge George, manuf. lemon syrup, house 11 Lynde 

Coolidge Isaac A. turnkey, h. 19 Lyman place 

Coolidge John, painter, house Knox 

Coolidge J. T. 21 Union wharf, house 40 Bowdoin 

Coolidge Jonas, house 12 Poplar 

Coolidge Joseph, 3 Bowdoin square 

Coolidge Joseph, housewright, 44 Myrtle' 

Coolidge Josial), 100 Faneuil Hall market 

Coolidge Lemuel A., W. I.g'ds,519 Wash. h. 11 PiedmV 

Coolidge Nath'l, constable, 2 Franklin av. h. 37 Leverei 

Coolidge Nathan, painter, 3 Lowell place 

Coolidge Nathan W. sailmaker, 62 Prince 

Coolidge {Samuel F.) & Haskell {Elisha), auctioneers.: 

67 and 69 Kilby. Coolidge's h. 38 Chesnut 
Coolidge Thomas, house Bowdoin cor. Cambridge 
Coolidge Wrn. I), leath. and shoes, 17 Bmad, h. 99 Pleas'l 
Coombs Eliza, laundress, opposite 79 Pleasant 
Coombs Hiratn, truckman, house rear 61 South 
Coombs {Isaac B.) &. Dexter {Joseph W.), bakers, reaii 

355 Washington, h. do. 
Coombs John, rigger, house rear 18 S. Bennet 
Coombs Mary, widow, 13 Washington place 
Coombs iMary. widow, 6 Wheeler's court 
Coombs Nancy, widow, rear 11 W. Second 
Coombs Reuben, branch pilot, 5 Fleet 
Coombs Warren, mariner. Salutation 
Coombs William R. mariner, house 4 Hull 
Cooper George D. mariner, 80 Pond 
Cooper James, mariner, Commercial near Prince 
Cooper John, laborer. Marsh lane 
Cooper William H. physician, house 10 Grove 
Cooper William, mariner, Commercial near Ann 
Copeland Amasa D. captain, rear 149 Hanover 


Copeland (Benjamin F. & Charles) & Lovering (JV*. P.), 

merchants, 35 India 
Copeland Benjamin, mason, house 50 Myrtle 
Copclarid Daniel, mason, 57 Spring 
Copeland Daniel, jr. mason, 5 Avery place 
Copeland Elisha, constable, S2 Pleasant 
Copeland Elisha, jr. merchant, 05 Broad, h. 682 Wash. 
Copeland John, mason, house 8 Leveret lane 
Copeland John, wood wharf, Commercial near Foster 
Copeland R. M. bookbinder, 62 Cornhill, h. 76 Pond 
Copeland Sarah, boarding, 48 Union 
Copeland Thomas, housewright, 2 Blake's court 
Copland Seth, housewright, 34, h. 20 Blossom 
Copp John, tinman, boards 43 Hanover 
Copp Joshua, cordwainer. Brattle square 
Copp Ruth,Swidow, 3 Mason 
Corbett David, mason, house 36 Orange 
Corbetl Carleton, 554 Washington 
Corbett Samuel, mason, 31 Prince 
Corbly Catharine, widow, house 21 Sea 
Cordis Thomas F. [Scvdder, C. & Co.), h. 43 Beacon 
Cordis Thomas, house 43 Beacon 
Cordwell George, house 7 Fleet 
Cordwell Elizabeth, 5 Marshall 
Cordwell Harriet, widow of William, 7 Fleet 
Corery Walter, chairs, 28 Commercial, h. 8 Chambers 
Corey E. 91 Faneuil Hall market 

Corey (JVathan) & Adams [Oliv.), grain deal. 60 Long wf. 
Corey Walter & Co. (/, C. Glazier), chair dealers, 28 

Corlew Elijah J. S. Suffolk Bank, h. 48 Leveret 
Corley Owen, laborer, rear Lenox 
Cormerais Sarah, widow, 20 Fayette 
Cornell John, housewright, house 10 Oliver 
Corray Patrick, laborer, 29 Sea 
Correster James, nailer. Turnpike 
Corrigan Anthony, corkcutter, Beverly 
Corsy Edward, laborer, rear 104 Sea 
Corsy Michael, laborer, opposite 102 Sea 
Corthel (Hosca) & Dax'ies (Daniel), housewrights, Port- 
land. C.'s house 34 Green 
Cory Richard P. painter, liouse 27 Garden 
Coteral Eleanor, widow, rear 63 Elliot 
Cotterell J. H. shipping office, 4 Clinton, li. 2 Mechanic 


Cotes Perez P. John H. & William, housewrights, 2 

Pond street place 
Cotting Amos, merch. 2 Joy's building, house Pinckney 
Cotting Cha's C, W. I. ^'ds, 73 Cambridge, h. 28 Charles 
Cotting T. widow of Uriah, 2 Orange 
Cotting William, captain, 63 Charter 
Cotton Elias, ropemaker, C8 Cambridge 
Cotlon Eliza, nurse, house 68 Cambridge 
Cotton Jeremiah, fisherman, 1st street 
Cottons {John & Joseph) &l Barnard {John), booksellers 

and stationers, 184 Washington 
Cotton, John, house 39 Purchase 
Cotton John, blacksmith, rear 63 Elliot 
Cotton {Joseph), Hill {Samuel) & Co. {J. H. Cotton)^ 

46 Cent. wf. chain cable manufactory South Boston 
Cotton Joseph, house 18 South 

Cotton Joseph H. {Cotton, Hill & Co.), h. 5 Waverley pi. 
Cotton Mary, head of Pearl 

Cotton Nath'l, surveyor of lumber, house 40 Friend 
Couch George, t.iilor, 54 Prince 
Couillard Samuel, machinist, h. 1 Humphrey place 
County Patrick, laborer, opposite 61 Sea 
Courtis Stacy, clerk, boards 8 Milton place 
Courtis William, boards 8 Milton place 
Cousens Charlotte, widow, h. 36 Allen 
Courtney Jerusha, fancy goods, 123 Court 
Couthouy John P. clerk, h. 6 South Cedar 
Couthouy Joseph P. captain, h. 6 Sheafe 
Covel Elizabeth, 14 Piedmont 
Covell Charles. See Jewett & C. 
Covell Thomas K. housewright, h. Bay near Fayette 
Coverly Edward {IV. & E. Coverly), h. 31 Portland 
Coverly Samuel, 13 Hancock 
Coverly Samuel, jr. 13 Hancock 

Coverly Wells & Ed. hatstore, 106 Wash. h. 38 Hancock 
Covington Elam. See J. Cushman & Co. 
Cowden Asa P. laborer, h. Wheeler's court 
Cowden Betsey, widow, 11 Ash 

Cowdin Abbi, widow, 15 Nassau •) 

Cowdin Jeptha R. laborer, h. Broadway •-] 

Cowdin John {Foster, C. & Co.), h. Merrimac 
Cowdin Robert {Guild & C), h. 15 Nassau -^ 

Cowdin Zabiah, widow, rear 612 Washington 
Cowley Caleb C. {Bell & C), h. rear 47 Sea 
^ox Lemuel, painter, h. Warren place 


Cox Leonard, Leveret court 

Cox Susan, laundress, rear 35 Prince 

Coye {Horace C.) iSc Page (^. R.), truckmen, 91 Com- 
mercial. C.'s iiouse Carrol place 

Coye Rebecca, widow, h. 12 Vine 

Coye Susannah B. widow, 12 Milton 

Coyle Patrick, laborer, rear 10 Prince 

Coyle Patrick, laborer, 29 Sea 

Crackbon Lemuel, 23 Commercial wf. h. 15 Purchase 

Craft Charles, box office Trern. Theatre, h. r. 15 Hanover 

Crafts George, house Commercial near Hanover 

Crafts George, messenger Market Bank, 1 City wharf 

Crafts Henry, provision dealer, h. 30 Warren 

•Crafts Matthew, laborer, 287 Ann 

Crafts Peter, cooper, h. rear 11 Short 

Cragier Henry, rigger, rear 123 Broad 

Cragin Daniel, grocer, head Arch wharf, boards 5 Sister 

Cragin {Lorenzo S.) & Cleveland {Stephen H.), import- 
ers, 25 Kilby. Cragin's h. 6 High 

•Craig Robert, stonecutter, Merrimac 

Cram Geurge W. housewright, 33 Pleasant 

Cram Richard W. housewright, h. 658 Washington 

Crane Elizabeth, widow, h. 9 Blossom 

Crane E. H., machinist, boards Norfolk avenue 

Crane George B. housewright, h. Commercial n. Foster 

Crane Horatio N. clerk, h. 39 Salem 

Crane Joshua, iron dealer, IG Long wf. h. 18 Lincoln 

Crane Larra, 24 Poplar 

Crane Margaret, widow, 90 Sea 

Crawford Ira, stairbuilder, 24 Fayette 

Crawford John, housewright, 77 Prince 

Crawford Samuel M. stairbuilder, h. Canton rear Suffolk 

Crawley Hannah, boarding house, North square 

Crayton Elizabeth, widow, 8 Oliver 

Crease William, mason, house 7 Norfolk place 

Creech A. A. hairdresser, 24 Merrimac 

Creech Sam'l W^. hairdress. 5 Congress sq. h. South st. pi. 

Creech Susannah, widow, South street place 

Creed William, machinist, rear 671 Washington 

Crego Hiram, laborer, 108 Sea 

Crehore Daniel S. cabinetmaker, 841, h. 837 Washington 

Crehore Hannah, boarding house, 463 Washington 

Crehore Thomas, 3 Waverley place 

Crehore William, housewright, 7 Carver 

Crehore William B. painter, Hawley , h. 4C3 Washington 


Creighton Elizabetli, widow, h. 2 W. Centre 
Crew William, laborer, rear 160 Washington 
Crighton James, chemist, h. 756 Washington. See adv. 
Crisp Ant()ni(j, clothing, 252 and 254 Ann 
Crispin Elizabeth, laundress, 37 Bedford near Short 
Crispin James, painter, 37 Bedford near SJiort 
Crispin Mary, rear 150 Ann 

Critchersojfi John, soapstone worker, h. 8 Stillman 
Crocker D. L. dressmaker, 4 Eaton 
Crocker J. D. hatter, 6 Ann 

Crocker Elisha, merchant, Jjouse 689 Washington 
Crocker Richard J. house 200 Hanover 
Crocker (Uriel) & Brewster (Osmyn), printers and book- 
sellers, 47 Washington. Crocker's h. 23 Lynde 
Crockett Daniel, jr. joiner, h. Province 
Crockett Ephraim, furniture carver, 15 Second 
Crockett Abigail, nurse, rear 234 Washington 
Crockett George, shoemaker, h. rear 27 Milk 
Crockett (George iV.), Seaver (Charles) &. Co. (Daniel 
Hammond) , merch'ts, 37 India. C.'s h. Mt. Vernon 
Cromartie Ann, 45 Pleasant 
Crombie William, tavern, 04 and 96 Cambridge 
Crooker Hatch, caulker and graver, h. 318 Ann 
Croome George. See Lane & C. 
Crooker Samuel M. mariner, h. 11 Washington place 
Crooker Ichabod, shipwright, house Battery 
Croome James, stonecutter, rear 2 Pleasant 
Crosbie Abigail, widow of Ziba, Batterymarch 
Crosby Alonzo, soda, 25 Exchange, h. rear 15 Hanover 
Crosby (Jiugustus) & Small (5€wjamm), cabinetmakers, 

rear 33 Washington. Crosby's h. 31 Myrtle 
(/rosby Charles, handcartman, Salt lane 
Crosby Edward, carpenter, 79 Sea 
Crosby Frederick (Stone & C-), h. 37 Bridge 
Crosby E. widow of James, Broadway 
Crosby John, laborer, 24 Merrimac 
Crosby J<}seph C, cordwainer, Third, Ii. Dorchester st. 
Crosby (Josiah), Boy den (Elijah) & Co. (^sa Crosby) f 

dry goods, 7'3 Court 
Crosby Joseph, house 249 Ann 
Crosby Kendall, soda and coffee room, Lindall 
Crosby Loarnmi (Stearns &, C), house 29 Bridge 
Crosby Porter, house 18 Gouch 
Crosby Seth, jr. See Andem, C. & Co. 
Crosby Sumner, 60 Court, house 27 Temple 


Crosby Tully, captain, F street near 4tli street 
Crosby Walter, mus. inst. maker, 190, h. 196 Tremont 
Crosby Wm. S. {Leach, Crosby 4' Gilmorc), h. Sea near 

the bridge 
Crosn^an Benjamin, hoiisewright, h. rear 9 W. Centre 
Crosman John C. engraver, 220 Washington, boards 

Wash. Coffee House 
Crossmun George D. clerk, 71 Water, b'dsBromfield H. 
Cross Eleanor, widow, 4 South Margin 
Cross George, ropemaker, h. Northampton c. Plymouth 
Cross James, h. North Margin 
Cross Jacob, laborer, rear 51 Allen 
Cross Othniel, handcartman, h. 681 Washington 
Croswell Mary, widow, rear 34 Prince 
Croswell William, Rev. 4 Sheafe 
Crotty Richard, carpenter, rear 8 Fayette 
Crouch David, seaman, Broadway 
Crovvley John, laborer, rear 63 Elliot 
Crowell Mary, boarding house, Market place 
Crowell Moses, soapstone cutter, rear 44 Pond • 
Crowley James, laborer, 68 Elliot 
Crowley Jeremiah, shoemaker. Broad cor. Purchase 
Crowley Johanna, widow, Peck lane 
Crowninshield Benjamin W. h. 1 Somerset 
Crowninshield F. B. attorney, 4 Court, h. ] Chesnut 
Crowninshield John, appraiser C. H. h. Belknap 
Crowninshield J., U. S. Navy, h. Arnold 
Crozier Wni. truckman, op. 145 Purchase 
Cruft Edward, merchant, house 6 Pearl 
Cruft Edward, jr. attorney, 9 State, house 6 Pearl 
Cruft John, port warden, 31 India, h. 47 Salem 
Cuddy William, laborer, P street 
Cudworth Lucinda, widow, 24 N. Russell 
Cudvvorth Peter, housevvriglit, Merrimac, h. 24 N.Russell 
Cudworth Susan, rear 34 Prince 
Cullen James, laborer, h, Williams court 
Cullen John, laborer, rear Lenox 
Cullinan John, laborer, rear 50 Boylston 
Cullinan Harriet, widow of Michael, 179 Purchase 
Cullinan James, laborer, 115 Broad ' 

Cullies John, waiter, h. 4 Myrtle ct. 
Cullis Henry, stonecutter, 3d, corner I street 
Cumings Bradley N. {Hnbart S,- C), h. 23 Charter 
Cumings Thomas, shoes, 683 Wash. h. 2 Carney place 
Cumley Sarah, 16 Hencliman lane 


Cummings Abiathar, victualler, 62 India wharf 
Cummings Abi<:ail, 5 Howard 
Curnmings Amos {BmcdUch &, C), h. Essex 
Cummings Ann, widow of David, rear 14G Pleasant 
Cummings Charles W. smith, 135 Camb. h. N. Grove 
Cummings Daniel, 42 S. Market, h. 6 Causeway 
Cummings Daniel, truckman, Broad, h.8 Sheafe 
Cummings David, innholder, Jetferson House, 16 Ann 
Cummings Elisha, North Margin 
Cummings Elizabetli, laundress, 47 Pleasant 
Cunmiings Ephraim, Carrol place 
Cummings George, cabinetmaker, h. rear 57 Elliot 
Cummings George, dry goods, 11 Hanover 
Cummings Gilbert, Globe Hotel, Hanov, cor. Commer. 
Cummings (Isaac) & Blood {Aaron)^ cartmen. C.'s h. 

Blossom cor. Fruit 
Cummings James, laborer, Gibbs lane near Purchase 
Cummings Lucy, widow, Warren place 
Cummings Michael, machinist, 2d street 
Cummings Richard, Ann cor. Clark 
Cummings (Robert) & Gilman (Geo. W.), W, I. goods, 

153 Ann. C.'s h. 46 Myrtle 
Cummings Rowland, mason, house 62 Myrtle 
Cummings Sophia, widow, 2 Moon 
Cummings Sumner, h. 6 Pitts 
Cummisky Hugh, h. 9 Sullivan place 
Cunningham Andrew &. Charles, merchants, 28 Foster's 

wharf, house 9 Mt. Vernon 
Cunningham Barney, 90 Merrimac 
Cunningham Benj. blacksmith, 4th street 
Cunningham Charles, 13 Foster's wf h. 36 Mt. Vernon 
Cunningham Charles, W. I. goods, 394 Washing, h. do. 
Cunningham Edward L. physician, 6 Summer 
Cunningham Ephraim M. it\sp. of cust. h. 2 Prince 
Cunningham Geo. H. iiousewrht, Harvard pi. h. Beverly 
Cunningham Henry, coach lace, 3 Milk 
Cunningham James, mer. 27 Foster's wf. h. 14 Chesnut 
Cunningham John, laborer, 149 Broad 
Cunningham Jos. L. auc. Federal cor. Milk, h. Rowe pi. 
Cunningham Nathaniel F. & Co. (Thos. Chiid), mer. 

38 and 27 India wharf, h. McL(;an 
Cunningham Peter, laborer, Distilliouse square 
Cunningham Theodore W. housewright, h. 3 W. Centre 
Curley Mi'-hael, laborer, rear 151 Ann 
Curran Thomas, brushmaker, 3 Blossom ct. 


Currant Anthony, stevedore, Buttery 

Currant Anthony, jr., Comnier. near Hanover 

Currant John F. boardintr house, rear N. square 

Currant Josepli, cooper, Ricliniond 

Currier Benj H. assistant clerk S. J. C. h. 202 Tremont 

Currier Charles H. baker, 5 Friend 

Currier Eben. R. pianoforternaker, h. Avery cor. Wash. 

Currier Hubbard C. broker, h. Hay market place 

Currier Jonathan T. bellhanger, h. 17 May 

Currier Joseph, bellhanger, 5 Congress, house 17 May 

Currier Joseph, cabinetmaker, h. 52 Elliot 

Currier Nathaniel, teamster, rear 80 Tremont 

Currier (Richard) 4&. Trott {Peter), watchmakers, 139 

Washington. C. boards 4 Columbia 
Currill Elizabeth, laundress, Hull 
Currill Henry, h. rear 5 Tileston 
Curry William, jeweller, h. 28 Cambridge 
Curtin John, Rev. cor. Federal and Franklin place 
Curtin Susannah, widow, 54 Prince 
Curtis IJenj. R attorney, 16 Court 
Curtis Caleb, Pres. Ne|)lime Ins. Co. h. 36 Chesnut 
Curtis Chandler, cordvvaiiier, h. rear Southac 
Curtis ('harles P. counsellor, 16 Court, h. 3 Mt. Vernon 
Curlis Charles E. ropemaker, h. Arnold 
Curtis Christopher, lime kiln and house, 67 Charles 
Curtis David, housewright, 4 1-2 Prince 
Curtis Elijah S. hardware, &.c. 9 Dock square 
Curtis Esther, widow, 63 Elliot 
Curtis Frances, widow of Thomas, 12 Somerset 
Curtis Harnah, widow of Theodore, h. 3 Myrtle 
Curtis Henry, wood wf Front, h. 697 Washington 
Curtis J(din, sterei/type founder, house 25 Hamilton 
Curtis John, jr. {J. Cnllamore, jr. 4^ Co.), h. 48 Sea 
Curtis John &. Son {Frederick), woodvvharfingers, 48 Sea 
Curtis {.Jo.sepk) & Townsend {David, jr.) ^ W. I. goods, 

461 Washington, h. 38 Warren 
Curtis Joseph H. & George, 104 Faneuil Hall market 
Curtis (Xathaniel, jr.) &, Leavens (5. £).), merchants, 

106 State. C 's h. 65 Pinckney 
Curtis Philip, housewright, Bhickstone 
Curtis Rol)ert, clerk, 30 Broad, h. 26 Vernon 
Curlis Sarah, widow, 5 Distilhouse square 
Curtis Sam. lookingglass maker, 15 VVash. h. 9 Staniford 
Curtis Samuel S. {J\orris 4" C), h. 24 La Grange place 
Curtis Sarah, widow of N. R. iiouse Arnold 


Curtis Theophilus, truckman, Turnpike street 

Curtis Thomas, merchant, 15 Central wf. h. 46 Purchase 

Curtis Thomas, scrivener, 3 Wheeler's court 

Curtis Thomas, pumpmaker, h. 3 South street court 

Curtis Thomas B. mer. 35 Ceriral wf. h. 5 Mt. Vernon 

Curtis William, Court, h. 202 Tremont , 

Curtis William H. boards 62 Temple 

Cushing Abel, counsellor, 9 State 

Cushing Bela, shipwright, rear Hull 

Cushing Er, housewright, 24 Salutation 

Cushing Fanny, widow of Hawkes, May near Butolph 

Cushing George, clerk Col. Bank, h. 6 Columbia 

Cushing George K. housewright, 25 Pinckney 

Cushing Hannah, widow, h. Batterymarch 

Cushing Hannah B. milliner, 159 Washington 

Cushing Hayward P. {S. Peirce 4^ Co.), h. Boston Hotel 

Cushing Henry, tailor, h. 12 Columbia 

Cushing Henry K. clerk, h. 10 Carver 

Cushing Henry, mastmaker, h. 10 Batterymarch 

Cushing Isaac, harnessmaker, Sudbury, h. 11 Stillman 

Cushing C^awes), White (Charles A.) ife Co. {Wm. R. 

Deane i^ Wm,. A. White), woolens, 61 Kilby 
Cushing John (/. Harris ^ Co.), h. Greenough lane 
Cushing John, housewright, Butolph, h. 30 Garden 
Cushing {Jona.) & Ames {Nath'l F.), mer. 110 Milk 
Cushing Jonathan, h. 67 Poplar 
Cushing Jonathan, wheelwright, h. op. 98 Sea 
Cushing Lemuel, 32 Hancock 
Cushing Levi L. carver, 54 Poplar, h. 11 Brighton 
Cushing Luther S. counsellor, 4 Court 
Cushing Martha, 90 Front 
Cushing Mary, widow. Henchman lane 
Cushing Mary, nurse, 6 Bartlett 

Cushing Mary, boarding house, 18 Province H. court 
Cushing Nichols, mason, h. 14 Charles 
Cushing Nehemiah, mason, 26 Belknap 
Cushing Perez, shipwr't, rear 57 Commer. h. 4 Unity ct. 
Cushing {Roland) &■ Brown (Benj. H.), house and ship 

joiners, Russia wf. C.'s house 3 Purchase place 
Cushing Samuel, stair builder, h. 50 Fayette 
Cushing Samuel, printer, house 113 Chambers 
Cushing Samuel N. (Pratt fy C), h. rear 19 Charter 
Cushing Sarah and Ann, house rear 52 Federal 
Cushing Sarah A. school, r. 72 Cambridge, h, S. Russell 
Cushing Sarah H. widow of William L. h. 39 Pinckney 



CnsIiiniT Snrah, widow, li. 39 S. Russell 
Cjsliin^ Sarah T. widow, 201 Ann 
Cusliin^ Solonion B. mastmaker, 2d street 
Cusliin<i; Thomas, 2 Columbia 

Gushing Thomas P. tt Co. {.Arthur Wilkinson), import- 
ers, 5 Kilhy, h. 8 Bulfinch 
Gushing Zenas, tailor, li. 41 Poplar 
Gusliman C. L. clerk, h. 41 Brattle 

Gushman Freeman L. housewright, S. Margin, h. 4 Pitts 
Gushman Joseph, jr. See J. Gushman & Go. 
Gushman James 11. mason, h. 58 Pinckney 
Gushman Joseph & Co. {Jos. Cushman.jr. 4^ Elam Cov- 

ingto7i), dvy goods, 211 Washington 
Gushman Lucy K. rear 83 Tremont 
Gushman Mary E. hoarding, 41 Brattle 
Cutler Amos, watchmaker and jeweller, 217 Washing. 

boards 4 Cornhill square 
Cutler Charles, lighterman, h. 37 Prince 
Cutler Elisha, lighterman, Commercial near Ann 
Cutler E. B. stage office, 11 Elm, h. C Brattle square 
Cutler John. See Pattangall & G. 
Culler Nahum, carpenter. Beach, h. Kuhn place 
Cutler Plinv, Pres. Allan. Bank,li. Pearl corner High 
Cutler Roland (A''. Faxon <^' Co.), h. 47 Salem 
Culler Samuel (E. Clarke <^ Co.), h. 41 Bowdoin 
Cutler S. W. cordwainer, 13 Salem 
Cutler Shadrach, mariner, rear 7U4 Washington 
Gutter Albert, 49 Hanover 
Gutter {Ammi) & Perkins (Richard), mer. 2 Brimnier''s 

T and Portland, house Pitts 
Cutter Dorcas, widow, rear 253 Washington 
Cutter Edward, weigher, 15 Long wf. h. 28 Myrtle 
Gutter George, provisions, 140 Hanover, h. 2 Hanover jil. 
Gutter George H. clerk, 4 Arch 
Cutter Henry, 4 Arch 
Cutler James M. blacksmith, 9 Snowhill 
Cutter John, blacksmith, Gornmer. n. Hull, h. 8 Snowhill 
Gutter Joseph, cardmaker, 59 Commercial, h. Clark 
Gutter Sarah, dressmaker, 150 Purchase 
Gutter Sam'l L. wharfinger, 33 Com. wf. h. 4 Derne 
Cutter Wm. G. coach trim. 6 Hawley, h. Nassau court 
Gutting Elijah W. laborer, rear 15 Tremont near Wash. 
Guttmg Gilbert, sli(»es, 84 Cambridge 
Gutting Henry, provisions, Gonamer. cor. Hanover 


DAGGET HERMAN, W. I. goods, 43 India, h. High 

cor. Grid ley 
Dagget Milton, boarding, 5 Brattle square 
Daggett Henry L. shoes, 20G Wash, b'ds G4 Tremont 
Dailey Cornelius, laborer, Broad, op. Maine wharf 
Dailey Carroll, laborer, Peck lane 
Dailey Cornelius, laborer, Creek square 
Dailey Francis, widow, 308 Washington 
Dailey James, house rear Pinckney 
Dailey Jeremiah, laborer, Lane place 
Dailey Jeremiah, laborer, 153 Broad 
Dailey John, labordf, 108 Broad i 

Dailey John, laborer, rear Distil-house square 
Dailey Morris, rear 152 Ann 
Dailey Michael, mariner, rear 660 Washington 
Dailey Peter, laborer, 105 Broad 
Dailey Thomas, laborer, 118 Sea 
Dailey Thomas, gardener, h. Essex place 
Dailey Timothy, laborer, 2 Wharf 
Daily William, fruit and flowers, 18 1-2 School, h. rear 

147 Washington 
Daland Henry F. h. 19 Somerset 
Dale Catherine, dressmaker, 21 Summer 
Dale Ebenezer {Johnson, Sewall ^ Co.), boards 29 High 
Dale John, hosiery factory. South Cedar 
Dale William C. blacksmith, Fulton, h. 5 1-2 Hawkins 
Dalen Felix, 206 Ann 

Daley John, wheelwright, h. rear 235 Washington 
Dalle Silas, h, rear Broadway 
Dall John, h. 668 Washington 
Dall Joseph, h. 668 Washington 
Dall Rebecca, widow of William, h. 668 Washington 
Dallinger {John, jr.) & Welch {F. 0.), hats and fur, 19 

Dalrimple Judith, widow of John, 10 North Russell 
Dalton James, cashier Tremont Bank, h. 58 Mt. Vernon 
Dalton Michael, typefounder, 12 Hull 
Dalton Patrick R. packer, 8 Sudbury 
Dalton Peter R. merch. 59 Commer. wf h. 54 Mt. Vernon 
Dalton Thankful, widow of Thomas, h. Gibbs lane 
Damman Chandler, laborer. Commercial near Foster 
Dam Leader, patent medic. 49 Hanover, h. 29 Prince 
Dam Sally, widow, house Butolph 
Dame Abraham A. counsellor, 39 Court, h. 7 Poplar 
Dame Mary, widow of Levi, house 161 Court 


Dammers Amelia E. widow, Theatre alley 

Damon Calvin, housewright, boards 40 Federal 

Damon Nath'l L. clerk, h. 15 Myrtle 

DanKjn J. mason, Bartlett 

Damrell Elbridge G. cooper, Hobbs's wf. Sea 

Damrcll William S. printer, 3 Cornhill, b. 4 Poplar 

Dana Aaron, broker, 2 Rogers's building, h. 1 Howard 

Dana Benjamin, h. Exchange Coffee House 

Dana Dexter, mustard fact. 105 Ann, h. 20 Atkinson 

Dana Elisha, h. 12 Bowdoin 

Dana Edward, fruit, 100 N. Market, h. 4 Cornhill sq. 

Dana Enoch, laborer, h. S. Cedar near tlie church 

Dana (Ephraim), Evans (Jlfrcd) & Dana (Luther), W.I. 

goods, 44 and 4G Broad. D.'s h. 10 Hayward place 
Dana Francis W. broker, 23 State, h. 146 Trcmont 
Dana Francis, physician, 2 Central court 
Dana George, W. I. goods, 13 Long wf. h. 142 Purchase 
Dana John, ma:3on, Fruit street court 
Dana John, watchman, h. South Cedar near church 
Dana Luther, house 10 Hayward place 
Dana Mary P. house 2 Sheafe 
Dana Nath'l & Co. [Philip Greeley, jr.), mer. 1 Cent. wf. 

house 19 Hayward place 
Dana Otis H. (Fales S^ D.), h. 10 Hayward place 
Dana Richard H. h. 10 Sullivan place 
Dana Samuel, jr. & Co. {Kilhy Page), crockery ware, 

111 State, boards 24 Somerset 
Dana (SamweZ), fFenno {John W.) & Henshavv {Samuel), 

brokers, 39 State. Dana's h. Chardon 
Dana William, hostler, Silver street 
Dane John (B. French 4^ Co.), house 27 Green 
Dane Joseph, clerk, h. 7 Stillman 
Danforth Arthur, stagedriver, rear 339 Washington 
Danforth Benjamin F. 37 Long wharf 
Danforth Elizabeth, widow, 29 Bedford 
Danforth Henry, spile driver, h. 3 Pitts place 
Danfoith Isaac, 13 South Market, h. 33 Hancock 
Danforth Stephen, distiller, h. 52 Fayette 
Danforth Thomas, boarding house, 105 Front 
Danforth William, pianoforte maker, h. 2 Piedmont 
Daniell Chester. See J. & C. Daniell 
Daniell Geo. K. paper, 7 State 

Daniell J. &, C. dry goods, 201 Wash. J. D.'s h. do. 
Daniell Otis {Grant ^ £>.), h. 14 Montgomery place 
Daniels Abigail, widow, 103 Pleasant 
Daniels Adams {Fales ^ Z>.), h. 366 Washington 


Daniels Betsey, nurse, rear 60 Elliot 

Daniels Ebenezer, blacksmith, Hawley, h. Creek sq. 

Daniels John. See Fierce &. D. 

Daniels John, house Turnpike 

Daniels Joseph, stone tnason, 100 Canal 

Daniels Mercy, widow, 5 Hull 

Daniels Nancy, widow, rear 25 Brinfhton 

Daniels Nathaniel, baker, 38 Temple 'j 

Daniels Thomas, cordwainer, Merrimac 

Daniels Wm. B. housewripht, Distil-house square 

Dannan Philip, grocer, 1*2(3 Ann 

Darbe Josi;ih, h. 113 Chambers 

Darpin Patrick, Creek square 

Darliuii Benjamin, house 3 Bridge court 

Darling Clias. B. & Wm. A. dry g'ds, 163 Washington. 

house 95 Front 
Darling {Eibridge) & Hammond {B. F.), dry goods, 72 

Darling Eliakim, patent medicines, 52 Salem 
Darling Leonard, housewright, h. 38 Belknap 
Darling Peter H. ship and house joiner, h. Gibbs lane 
Darling Samuel, wood, foot of Poplar, h. 23 McLean 
Darling Sidney A. truckman, Peirce's wharf 
Darling (Thumas) & Pollard (Thomas), soda, Frank. a^J 
Darling Thomas, house 51 Allen 
Darling William, h. 11 Beacon 
Darmody Richard, laborer, Merrimac 
Darracott George, superintendent railway, h. 35 Charter 
Darracott George, jr. machinist, h. 35 Charter 
Darrell John, laborer, Peck lane 
Darrow Thomas, laborer, rear 25 L^nion 
Dascomb Richard, W. L goods. Sea cor. East, h. 61 Sea 
Dascomb Thomas R. (Hunt >S/- D.), h. 57 Sea 
Dasey John, laborer, house rear 57 Poplar 
Dashwood Charles P. (Bascom <^ D.), h. Pinck.c. Cedar 
Dashwood Sarah, widow, h. Pinckney cor. Cedar 
Dasmond Michael, shoemaker, op. 174 Purchase 
Davaney Sally, widow, h. South Margin 
Davenport Asher, rear 373 Washington 
Davenport Benjamin, clerk, h. 3 Somerset place 
Davenport Benj. G. boards 20 La Grange place 
Daven|)ort Edward J. physician, 2 Williams 
Davenport Edwin, baker, 42 Prince 
Daverrport Elijah, 21 Orange 
Davenport George (Frcnc/i & Davenport)^ h. 10 La 

Grai^gfe place 


Davenport Hannali, boarding, 1 Friend 

Davenport Hart, Exchange Cofl'ee H. Congress square 

Davenport Jernsha, 3 Somerset place 

Davenport James S. truckman, 198 Ann 

Davenport John, liousewright, rear ()2 Milk, h. 3G Sea 

Davenport Mary, widow, 14 Bedford 

Davenport Mary, widow, tailoress, 75 Cambridge 

Davenport Rufus, 120 Washington 

Davey John, trader, 73 Tremont, boards 15 N. Margin 

David Barnabas B. See Meiendy <S6 D. 

Davidson Hamilton, grain store, 37 Long wharf 

Davie Robert, trader, Battery 

Davies {Daniel) & Corthel {Hosea), housewrights, Port- 
land, h. 49 Poplar 

Davies Lucy, widow, 9 Norfolk place 

Davis Adolphus, mer. 22 Central wf. h. 1 Pearl 

Davis Amasa, housewright, Causeway c. Lancaster 

Davis Ari, machinist, h. Lancaster 

Davis Amos, laborer, rear 130 Pleasant 

Davis Barnabas, wharfinger, City wf. b'ds 10 S. Bennct 

Davis Benjamin, h. 2 Distil-house square , 

Davis Benjamin B. 83 Faneuil Hall market 

Davis Charles, 14 Boylston market 

Davis Chas. E. Trem. Saloon, 172 Trem. h. 45 Merrimac 

Davis Charlotte, widow, 207 Hanover 

Davis Clarissa, nurse, Mechanic place 

Davis David, broker, 16 Exchange, boards 19 Williams 

Davis David E. laborer, rear CO Elliot 

Davis Eben, 26 F. H. market, house 37 Friend 

Davis Ebenezer, 117 Faneuil Hall market 

Davis Edward. See Ward & D. 

Davis Eliza, widow of Charles, 28 Summer 

Davis Elizabeth, widow of Oliver, house 20 Blossom 

Davis Elizabeth H. widow of Ambroise, 7 Howard 

Davis Ephrairn, laborer, 13 Hull 

Davis Ethan, laborer, 47 Leveret 

Davis Ezra, wharfinger, 13 Foster's wf. h. 38 Atkinson 

Davis Frances, nurse, house 7 Second 

Davis (George) & Meserve (John B.), housewrights, rear 
61 Ann. Davis's house 6 Sturgis place 

Davis George H. pianofortemaker, house 18 Piedmont 

Davis George D. veterinary surgeon, 23 Portland 

Davis Gilman, clerk in Com. Bank, h. 777 Washington 

Davis Henry, sexton, house 13 Fleet 

Davis Henry, pianoforte tuner, h. Castle near IMiddlescx 


Davis Horatio, organ builder, 16 Bridge 
Davis Isaac, comb store, 18 Washington, h.20 Hanover 
Davis Isaac P. 8 Winthrop place 
* Davis {Jacob) & Wells {Oliver S.), housewriglits, Lan^ 

caster. D.'s house 39 Leveret 
Davis James, 22 Union, house 148 Tremont 
Davis Ja's, jr. ag't Revere Co. 22 Union, ii. 148 Tremonti 
Davis James, rigger, 2 North square 
Davis James, furcutter, Cambridge, near the bridge 
Davis Jame-i, paver, house 10 Vine 
Davis Job, tVuit cellar, Boylston 

Davis John, Judge District Court, house 1 Milton place 
Davis John, housewright. Leveret court 
Davis Jolin, house Commercial, opposite Gray's wharf 
Davis John, mariner, Ann street court 
Davis John,'capt. Broadway corner Dorchester 
Davis John, trader, house Washington avenue 
Davis John, machinist, boards Norfolk avenue 
Davis (John Gardner), Bates {Bcnj. E) & Turner (John 

JV.), dry goods, 22 and 24^ Central 
Davis Susan H. widow of John W. h. 7 Winthrop pi. 
Davis John {Pratt &,' D.), house 5 Battery 
Davis John C. stevedore, Ann street court 
Davis John E. laborer, rear 60 Elliot 
Davis Jonathan, paver, 15 Garden 
Davis Joseph A. {Sears <^ £>.), h. 15 Orange 
Davis Joseph V. cabinetmaker. Pond, house N. Margin 
Davis Joshua, jr. blacksmith, house Friend 
Davis Joshua, grocer. East cor. South, h. 39 South 
Davis Joshua, truckman. North Margin 
Davis Julia, widow, rear 27 Washington place 
Davis Lois, tailoress, roar 63 Salem 
Di^'is Mary, house 1 Lynde 
Davis Mary, widow, rear North Margin 
Davis Mary B. widow, house 44 Temple 
Davis Obadiah, mariner, Bartlett 
Davis Patrick, laborer, Washington avenue 
Davis Phineas, teamster. Cooper corner Pond 
Davis Rebecca, widow, corner Olis and Winthrop place 
Davis Reuben, livery stable, 29 F*ond, house 4 Hawkins 
Davis Robert S. publisher, 77 Washington 
Davis Roxana, boarding, 18 Hanover 
Davis Rhoda, widow, rear 27 Milk 
Davis Sarah, widow. North Federal court 
Davis Sally, tailoress, 4th street 


Davis Sally, widow. 104 Sea 

Diivis Samuel, importer of watches, 1 Milk, b. Orange ct. 

D;ivis Samuel S. jK*usevvri<ilit, N. Hanover court 

Davis Samuel, jr. 4 Boylston niarUet 

Davis Solomon A. housewriglit, h. Ann street court 

Davis Stephen G. teller South Bank 

Davis Sullivan, laborer, 97 Pond 

Davis (T. Ji.) & Co. (A. Lano-ford), import, of watches, 

1 Washington. Davis's h. II Chesnut 
Davis Thomas, cartman, Central wf. h. 76 Cambridge 
Davis Thomas, grocer, 7 S. side Fan. H. li. Wash. Hotel 
Davis Tho's, innkeeper, Wash. Hotel, 835 Washington 
Davis Thomas, boards at Mrs. Bliss's, corner Otis place 
Davis Thomas, tailor, house 3 Short street court 
Davis Thomas K. attorney, 33 Court, h. 8 Winthrop pi. 
Davis William G. organ builder, Friend, h. 2 Sudbury 
Davis Wm. jr. UKjrchant, 75 Long wf h. 11 Cambridge 
Davis William N. jeweller, Blackslone 
Dawes Albert G. boards 247 Washington 
Dawes Henry, broker, 5, h. 1G9 Hanover 
Dawes Horatio, clerk, post office, house 34 Purchase 
Dawes James, laborer, rear 371 Washington 
Dawes Margaret, widow of Thomas, h. 34 Purchase 
Dawes Relief, widow, Middlesex, near Castle 
Davvley Augustus S. machinist, Distil-h. sq. h. 27 Blossom 
Day Asa, provisions. Carver, h. Middlesex near Castle 
Day Edward, Commercial near Foster 
Day .Tames, baker, h. 13 Lucas place 
Day .Joshua, house Washington avenue 
Day Lucretia S. niillitier, 96 Court 
Day Moses, stonecutter, li. 3d street near Dorchester 
Dean Charles A. crockery, 19 Elm, h. 86 Prince 
Dean Christopher C, S. S. Depository, 25 Cornhill 
Dean Henry, 79 Fancuil Hall market, h. 9 Ballard place 
Dean Jarvis, teamster, h. Lenox 

Dean Loammi, cordwainer, 14 Leveret, h. 109 Chambers 
Dean Martha, widow, rear 7 Prince 
Dean Nancy H. widow of Thomas, h. 86 Prince 
Dean Paul, Rev. 40 Green 

Deane Wm. R. (CuMjijr, White ^' Co.), h. 44 High 
Dearborn Abncr, shoes, 204 Hanover, h. 9 Charter 
Dearborn Benjamin, li. 4 Avon place 
Dearborn Benjamin, cordwiiiner, 109 Charles 
Dearborn Henry, tinman, h. 3d street 
Dearborn John M. machinist, Spring lane, h. 4 Avon pi. 


Dearborn Jonathan F. housewr't, Commercial n. Foster 

Dearborn Nath'I, engraver, 110 Wash. h. 133 Pleasant 

Dearborn Sarah, widow of Edward, 14 Newton place 

Debell Robert, housewright, h. Broadway 

Deblois Dalton, weigher, 5 India wharf, h. 50 Essex 

Deblois Elizabeth, 167 Tremont cor. Bromfield 

Deblois George L. {Skinner ^ D.), h. 45 Bowdoin 

De Carteret Sarah, h. 7 Noyes place 

Decker Israel, sailmaker, h. 15 Friend 

De Costa Elizabeth, nurse, 7 Noyes place 

De Coster Samuel, housewright, h. 51 Fayette 

Decous George, plume maker, 9, h. 7 Bedford 

Dee John, boardinghous©, 170 Ann 

Dee Morris, Barrett 

Deering Margaret, nurse, opposite 7 Norfolk place 

Defl) Rachael, boardinghouse. Marsh lane 

Defriese William, baker, 456 Washington 

Degrand P. P. F. house Pinckney near W. Cedar 

Dehun Elizabeth, widow, 1 Chauncey place 

Deigan William, IS Still man 

Delano Joseph, carver, house 57 Poplar 

Delano Nathaniel, jr. sailmaker, Greenough lane 

Delano ( JVm. H) &- Whitney ( (Vm. F.), drugs and paints, 
56 ('hatham.. Delano's house 6 Allen 

Delany I'atrick, tailor, h. 97 Summer 

Delay Jeremiah, laborer, 33 Sea 

Delay Louisa, widow, 9 Cross 

Delorey Margaret, rear Ann, head Ellis's wharf 

Deluce Francis, housewright, I street corner 1st street 

Deluce Henry P. cooper, 1st street 

Deluce John, undertaker, 2d street 

Deluce John, jr. baker, I street near 1st street 

Demerit John W. tailor, house rear 200 Washington 

Demeritt Henry, housewright, h. 20 Spring 

Deming Edmund C. haircutter, 62 Hanover, h.42 Salem 

Deming Leonard, trader, 62 Hanover 

Dench Mary, widow, Derne, corner Hancock 

Denison Gurdon, house 43 Front 

Denison Gurdon E. house 43 Front 

Dennett Charles B. printer,boards 10 Province House ct. 

Dennett Mary, widow, 66 Poplar 

Donnie (George) & Boardman (B. G. jr.), leather and 
hides, 23 N. Market. Dennie's house 37 Blossom 

Dennie Henry, 10 Allen 

Dennic James, merchant, 105 State, h. 1 Hantbck 


Dennie Thomas & Son {Henry), wine merchants, 105 
State, house 1 Allen 

Dennigin James, laborer, rear 60 Elliot 

Dennigin John, laborer, rear 57 Elliot 

Dennis Catharine, boarding, 33 Brattle 

Dennis Enoch. See Goddard & D. 

Dennis John Henry, painter, h. 37 Bedford near Short 

Dennis Joiin R. carpenter, h. rear gun-house Forthill 

Dennis Louis, mason, 26 Allen 

Dennison Abiah A. widow, rear 7 Broadway 

Dennison A. L. watchmaker, 146 VVasIiington 

Dennison John, laborer, Blackstone 

Dennison Jolin N. clerk, boards at Kilburn's Coffee H. 

Denny (Daniel) & Dutton (Geo. D.), American goods, 
27 Kilby. Denny's house 47 Hancock 

Denton (^ivgnstus) & Wight (Jlaron W.jr.), painters, 
over 171 Washington. Denton boards 62 Temple 

Denton Ebenezer, 5 Faneuil Hall market 

Denton Jacob, cordvvainer, h. 42 Poplar 

Denton James, housewright, 10 Causeway 

Denton Jonathan, housewright. Causeway, h. 10 do. 

Denton Maty, nurse, h. 25 Brighton 

Denlon Rebecca, widow, 14 South Margin 

Denton William, W. I. goods, 15 Broad, h. 20 Poplar 

Derby (Elias Haskct) & Andrews (Se?^. //.), counsel- 
lors, 4 State. Derby's house 56 Boylston 

Derby E. Hersy (Prescott ^ D.), h. 2 Bowdoin 

Derby George, marinei, Market place 

Derth Thomas, fruit, 57 1-2 Commercial 

Desha Patrick, laborer, h. rear 13 Sea 

Desha Timothy, paver, h. Peck lane 

Deshon Daniel, merchant, 6 Long wf. h. 18 La Grange pi. 

Deshon James, ship broker, 5 Central wf. b'ds Devonshire 

Desouza Anthony, mariner, h. Southac corner Garden 

Desmond Dennis, laborer, ill Broad 

Desmond John, laborer, ill Broad 

Desmond Patrick, laborer, h. 108 Broad 

Deval Emmons, laborer, h. 9 George 

Develen Edward, rear 11 Cross 

Devens Daniel, laborer, 104 Sea 

Devens G. A. See Rogers & D. 

I>evens Richard, merchant, 10 Central wharf 

Devens Samuel, merchant, 33 Union wharf 

Devereux (Henry L.) & Donohoe (Patrick), printers, 
11 Devonshire 

I 21 


Devereiix Jolin, attornoy, 23 Court., h. 7 Morton place t 

Devereux N. B. jr. 47 Court, boards 7 Green 

Devereux Parrick, laborer, rear Milk near Pearl 

Devereux William E. 2 vShort street court 

Dovet John, laborer, 115 Broad 

Devine Sylvester, laborer, 81 Broad 

Devoy Dennis, laborer, b. Barrett 

Devoy Nicliolas, grocer, Gi) Ann 

Dewerson Marcy, widow, rear Broadway 

Dewerson Ricbarri, gunsmith, 14 Bedford 

Dewey Mercy B. boardingbouse, 1 Somerset court 

Dewhurst Tliomas, tinplate worker, 28 Union, h. rear 

Dewburst VVm. pumpnuiker, Hau'ock wf. b. 3 Bennetpl. 

Dewing Benjamin, inasf)n. b. 54 Belknap 

Dewing Fanny, widow of Nathan, h. rear 5th street 

Dewing Seth, bousewrigbt, r. 13 Sea, b'ds 7 Newton pi. 

Dewire Cobnnn, laborer, rear Turnpike n. Broadway 

De Wolf Ethan A. grocer, 2 May 

Dexter Anson, bats, 37 Court 

Dexter Catherine, widow, IG Beacon 

Dexter {Franklin.) & Gardiner ( IVm. H.), coun. 16 Court 

Dexter Franklin, bouse 3 Chauncey place 

Dexter George B. house rear Broadway 

Dexter George J. truckjnati. 45 Charter 

Dexter George M. merchant, h. 58 Boylston 

Dexter (James) tfe Smith (Bcnj). wood wf. Commercial 

Dexter J. M. (fV. Thompson ^' Co.), h. rear S. Margin 

Dexter John H. bouse 31 High 

Dexter John N. mariner, b. Lane place 

Dexter Joseph, painter, h. rear G5 Elliot 

Dexter Josej)b W. (Coombs & D.), h. rear 355 Washing. 

Dexter Nathaniel P. carpenter, b. 4 Carver 

Dexter Samuel, house 31 High 

Dexter Tbeod<ue, weigher and guagcr, Custom House, 

h. 13 Somerset place 
Dexter Thomas A. notary. 8 City Hall, h. 34 Atkinson 
Diamond Joseph, broker, 9 Exchange, b. 2 Garland pi. 
Dibhens Thomas, laborer, Market place 
Dickason Cliarles A. caulker. Henchman lane 
Dickerman Nathan, bousewrigbt, May cor. Butolph 
Dickey James, truckman, rear 28 Poplar 
Dickinson Daniel, shipsmith, b. North square 
Dickinson David, stonecutter, b. 93 Elliot 
Dickinson Dexter & John, wooden ware, &c. 26 Dock 

square, house 29 Garden 


' Dickinson Dexter O. dry goods, 7 Kilby,b'ds at Kilburn's 
Dickinson (jleorge. blacksmith, h. Fruit 
Dickinson J. F. {Wlnkley & IJ.). h. 27 Somerset 
Dickinson John, h;i>iinse 13 Garden 
Dickinson Mary Ann, widow, rear 153 Ann 
Dickinson Prescott, captain, rear 732 Washington 
Dickinson S. N. printer, 52 Washington, h. 13 Sheafe 
Dickson James A. music sal. 34 Curnhill, h. (!() Federal 
Dickson Shadrach, housevvright, h. 53 Cambridge 
Dignay Thomas, laborer, rear 200 Washington 
Dikes Sanmel. See Joiinson &- D. 
Dill Jabez, mariner, 39 Prince 
Dill John E. printer, Tremont, h. Brattle 
Dill Joshua A. oysters. 437 Wasliington. h. 7 Boylston sq. 
Dill Sarah, widow of James, rear 4J1 Washington 
Dillaway Chas. K. teacher, Latin school, h. 3 Bumst'd pi. 
Dillaway Elizabeth, boarding housfe, 320 Washington 
Dillaway Enoch S. brassfounder, 4 Noyes place 
Dillaway Francis {Prince &. D.), b'ds 409 Washington 
Dillaway Hiram, machinist, boards rear 100 Purchase 
Dillaway James, housewright, h. Lane place 
I>illaway Mary, nurse, 472 Washington 
Dillaway Samuel, weigher and guager, 26 Central wharf, 

house at Commercial CofTee House 
Dillaway Samuel, ferryman, Commercial near Foster 
Dillaway Thos. liousewr't, Gibbs lane, h. r. 100 Purchase 
Dillaway William {Hnelling & D.). house 97 Salem 
Dillon James {Holbrook & />.), boards 74 Federal 
Dillon John, laborer, h. rear Sister near Berry 
Dillon Mary, widow of Peter, rear 12 Washiniiton place 
Diman Thomas, housewright, 7 Essex place 
Dimick Asa N. house Merrimac 

Dimick Calvin, hats, 19 Washington, h. 4 Brattle square 
Dimmock John L. {Peters, Pond & Co.), house 11 

La Grange place 
Dimond Asa, mason, Lyman place 
Dimond Anna, 16 Hawkins 

Dingley John T. hat store, 451 W\ashington, h. l7Fayette 
Dinsmoor Geo. R. {Grant, SeaverSi. Co.), h. 10 Bulfinch 
Dinsmore Patrick, rear 11 Cross 
Dinsmore William, house 17 Vine 
Dinsmore William B. 17 Vine 
Dismond John, houscwriglit. Centre 
Ditson Horatio, joiner, h. Thaxter place 
Ditson John, housewright, h. Wheeler's court 


Ditson Joseph, 6 Charter 

Ditson Mary, boarding, 1 Sewall place 

Ditson Thomas, machinist, h. 11 Fayette 

Ditson Oliver, music, 107 Wash. h. K'J' Province H. court 

Divol Timothy, h.ickman, h. Province 

Divine John, laborer, rear 664 Washington 

Dix Betsey, widow, 91 Elliot 

Dix Cecilia, widow of Stephen A. h. 98 Tremont 

Dix D. L. house 499 Washington 

Dix Elbridge. See M(jrris & D. 

Dix James H. house 73 Elliot 

Dix Joel, 6 Noyes place 

Dix Timothy B. clerk, h. 21 Somerset 

Dixon Thomas, merchant, 41 India wharf, Dutch Coa- 

sulate, h. 8 Walnut 
Dixon Thomas, laborer, 118 Sea 

Dixwell Epes S. attorney, 39 Court, h. 5 Somerset place 
Dixvvell Esther, widow of John, 5 Somerset place 
Dixwell John J. 5 Somerset place 

Doak John, coal, Commercial near the bridge, h. 6 Vine 
Doane Betsey H. dressmaker, 32 Orange 
Doane F. W. druggist, 1 1 Merch'ts row, h. 52 Mt. Vernon 
Doane George B. physician, 103 Court 
Doane John, jr. & Co. {Heman S. Doane), brushmakers, 

19 Exchanije 
Doane Samuel B. sugar refiner, Gouch, h. 3 Bowdoin pi. 
Dobson John, tailor, h. Merriniac 
Dockham Hannah, widow, 80 Pond 

Dodd (Benj.) & Snow (Zenas), ship chand. 76 Cornmer. 
Dodd Benjamin, house 9 Fleet 

Dodd Benjamin, cashier Atlantic Bank, h. 52 Leveret 
Dodd James, clerk Mass. Bank, h. 8 Suffolk place 
Dodd Jonathan M. clerk, h 12 Bowdoin 
Dodd John, insp. of tobac. 25 N. Market, h. op. 2 Colum. 
Dodd John A. house op. 2 Columbia 
Dodd Rebecca S. widow of John, 61 Salem 
Dodd Timothy, fur dealer, 102 Milk, h. Boylston 
Dodge Alpheus, mason, Langdon place 
Dodge Benjamin, silversmith, 9 Fan. Hall, h. 22 Tileston 
Dodge Catherine, cloth, store, 129 Broad, h. 19 Wash. pi. 
Dodge Ephraim, innholder, 1st street 
Dodge George, mason, h. rear 67 Bedford 
Dodge Gilman (Pratt & D.), house 10 Hartford place 
Dodge Mary, widow, 2 Avery place 
Dodge 3Iatilda, fancy goods, 240 Washington 


Dodge Nathaniel P. laborer, Cotton place 

Doe William H. housewriglit, Howard, h. 104 Warren 

Domain Timothy, laborer, rear 702 Washington 

Doggetl John & Co. {Sam. S. Williams H^ Sam. Daggett), 

looking-gl. and carp, vvare-h. 12 Comb. h. 52 Boyls. 
Doggett Noaii; house Hollis corner Tremont 
Doggett Samiiel, house in Roxbiiry 
Dolan Peter, laborer, rear Chilrch n. Madison place 
Dolan William, mason, rear 4 Brighton 
Dolan Willi;un, laborer, 105 Milk 
Dolbeare {Edmund P.) & Rice (Martin), shipwrights, 

north side Liverpool wjiarf. D.'s h. rear 83 Sea 
Dolbear Joseph, mariner, Clark 
Dole Benjamin, cordwainer, 50 Myrtle, h. Grove 
Dole Edward, upholsterer, 17 Dock square, h. 14 Centre 
Dolliver Amelia, 11 Federal court 

Dolliver Thomas G. sailmaUer, Snow's wf. h. 247 Ann 
Dolliver Thomas, jr. caulker, Ann n. Railway 
Dolt Mary P. straw bonnet maker, rear 26 Winter 
Dollon Patrick, tailor, h. Cambridge cor. Belknap 
Domett Ann, boarding house, 36 Milk 
Domett George, whip manu. 19 Dock sq. h. 14 Friend 
Domett Martha G. widow, 43 Prince 
Dominick Joseph, hackman, rear 98 Warren 
Donaho Terence, handcartman, h. rear 6 Pitts 
Donalioe Patrick {Devereux <^ />.), h. 69 Congress 
Donally Jolm, tailor, h. rear 8 South st. place 
Donally Thomas, 9 Mechanic place 
Donally Patrick, tailor, rear 8 South street place 
Donally Patrick, laborer, rear Suffolk cor. Northampton 
Donally Philip, laborer, Washington cor. Garland place 
Donavan B. 258 Ann 
Donelan Lydia, widow, 92 Tremont 
Donelan VVilliam C. housewright, h. 92 Tremont 
Donivan Dennis, laborer, rear 702 Washington 
Donivan Dennis, laborer, rear 163 Ann 
Donivan Dennis O. laborer, rear 94 Sea 
Donovan Jeremiah, sad. and harnessmaker. Milk n. Pearl 
Donoho John, laborer, 19 Hamilton 
Donohoe Jeremiah, waiter, h. rear 253 Washington 
Donovan Cornelius, laborer, 105 Broad 
Donovan Daniel, laborer, 92 Summer 
Donovan Dennis, laborer, rear Castle 
Dotiovan Dennis, tailor, ii.SO Elliot 
Donovan John, laborer, rear 13 Sea ' 



Donovan John, bar room, Devonshire M | 

Donovan John, laborer, 74 Broad 

Donovan William, laborer, 139 Broad 

Donnohua James, shoepiaker, 104 Broad 

Dooley Martin, tailor, h. Theatre alley 

Dooley Patrick, laborer, h. 6 Lucas place I 

Doolittle Lucius, head of Poail 

Doolittle Sybil, vv'idow, bi^arding, Portland place 

Doran William, laborer, Avery 

Dorety Cornelius, laborer, Peck lane 

Dorety Daniel, laborer, Commercial n. Hanover 

Dorety Daniel, Mechanic 

Dorety James, laborer, 111 Ann 

Dorety John, truckman, 58 Prince 

Dorr Adeline, hoarding, 52 Hanover 

Dorr Andrew C. merchant, house 54 Pleasant 

Dorr A. C. jr. Sec. Atlas Ins. Comp. State, h. 54 Pleasant 

Dorr Edward R. tailor, 71 Cornhill, h. 41^Carver 

Dorr John, merchant, house 31 Bedford 

Dorr Joseph, baker, house 6 East 

Dorr Joseph H. house 3 Quincy place 

Dorr Ralph S. merchant, 111 State 

Dorr Ruth W. 13 Cross 

Dorr Samuel, house 160 Trcmont 

Dorr Samuel A. house Mount Vernon 

Dorr William B. counsellor, 4rh street 

Doubt Catharine and Mary, 222 Hanover 

Dougherty John, mason, 1 Sister 

Dougherty Patrick, grocer, 80 Elliot 

Dougherty Patrick, joiner, rear 4th 

Doughty Thomas, artist, 220 Washington 

Douglas William, laborer, 111 Broad 

Dow Amos, housevvright, Cotnmercial near Foster 

Dow Aaron, botanic physician, 1)0 Federal 

Dow James B. bookstore, 302 Washington, h. Short 

Dow Jona. (M. Duw & Co.), grocer, U Federal, h. Sister 

Dow Mark & Co. (J. Doic), W. L g'ds, 28 Winter, h. do. 

Dow Phineas, machinist, Portland, h. 2 Causeway 

Dow Samuel, jr. {Horace Grmj & t'o.),h. 4 Hancock av. 

Dow Samuel, blacksmith, h. opposite 57 Tremont 

Dow Joseph, bookseller, 130 Wash., h. 6 Hartfurd place 

Dowell John, silk and straw weaver, h. 2 South May 

Dowling John, plasterer, rear 253 Washington 

Down George, mason, rear 188 Washington 

Downe John L. musician^ h. 17 Pleasant street court 


Downer (Samr/cZ), Austin ( W. R.) & Co. (S. Doioner,jr.)y 
oil and sperm caudle ficlory, head Foster's wharf 

Downes Baxter, captain, Broadway 

Downes Joseph, laborer, boards 12 Essex place 

Downing James, laborer, Broadway 

Downing Oliver, carpenter, Peck lane, h. W. Cedar 

Downing W'illiam, house rear 24 Allen 

Doyle Bridnet, widow, op. 73 Elliot 

Doyle Cornelius, laborer, Gibbs lane 

Doyle John, laborer, 144 Ann; 

Doyle John, laborer, Avery 

Doyle Laughlin, laborer, Peck lane 

Doyle Margaret, Peck lane 

Doyle Patrick, laborer, rear 119 Broad 

Doyle Patrick, laborer, Distil-house square 

Doyle Sarah, widow. Market place 

Drake Andrew, wood, lime, &c. 40 Sea, h. 46 Sea 

Drake Jeremy, h. Broadway 

Drake Lincoln &Co. Easton iron foundry, at Fairbanks, 
Loring &. Co.'s 

Drake Ruby, widow of Asahel, 6 South st. 'place 

Drake Samuel G. bookseller, 56 Cornhili 

Drake Zillah, widow, 8 S. Cedar 

Drain David, laborer, rear 17 Sea 

Draper Daniel, merchant, S. side F. H. h. 28 Atkinson 

Draper Moses, counsellor, Franklin avenue 

Draper Samuel, clerk in Custom House 

Drayton Henry H. housewriglit, Short, h. 35 Fayette 

Drayton Naficy. house rear 81 Warren 

Drayton Wrn. H. blacksmith. Front, h. 35 Fayette 
.Drew (Clias.) &Babcock (^. D.), dry goods, 177 Wash- 
ington. D.'s h. 5 Hayward place 

Drew John, watchman, rear 21 Essex 

Drew Joseph L. house 60 Temple 
I Drew Nicholas, tailor, rear 29 Prince 

Drew Phineas, laborer, h. Hancock row 

Drew Sarah, widow, 18 South Bennet 

Diinkwater Josiah, mariner, Commercial near Ann 

Driscoll Cornelius (Brooks & Co.), h. 21 Somerset 

Driscoll Dennis, laborer, 104 Broad 

Drisroll Florence, laborer, 153 Broad 

Driscoll Jeremiah, laborer, rear 143 Broad 

Driscoll Patrick, laborer. Peck lane 

Driscoll Timothy, laborer, rear 17 Sea 

Drollett Joseph, blacksmith, rear Broadway 



Drown Thomas, clerk Atlantic Bank 
Drury Gardner P. (//. Hinckley & Co.), h. 692 Wash. 
Drury L. H. wines, 54 & 56 Brattle, h. Salutation * 

Drury {Otis) &. Macomber (C. A.), W. 1. goodrf, Snow's^' 

wharf. Drury's house 2iJQ) VVashington 
Du Audebert H. fancy goods, 4 Milk 
Dudley Ch;irles S. See Humphrey & D. 
Dudley (E. G.) & Baxter (D. D.), VV. I. s'cls,713 Waslr. 
Dudley J. Harvey «&, T., W. I. goods, 82 Pond 
Dudley Joanna, widow, nurse, rear 351 Washington 
Dudley Mary Ann, boarding house, 256 Washington 
Dudley Trueworthy, house CoojDer 

Dudley (Wm.) & Bogue (Thos.), hairdressers, 70 Wash. 
Dudley William, house Jackson place 
Dudley W^illiatn, rigger, 178 Ann 
Duff Richard, Tfiborer, Butol{)h 
Duff William, caulker and graver, 5 Tileston 
Duffee Andrew, laborer, rear 80 Warren 
DufTee James, blacksmith. West, h. Elliot, cor. Carver 
Duffee Michael, laborer, 148 Ann 
DufFee Michael, laborer, 114 Broad 
DufFee Neil, Mechanic 
DufFey Susan, widow, 36 Merrimac 
Duffy Michael, tailor, 59 Prince 
Duffy Owen, Goucli 
Duffy Patrick, laborer, 88 Merrimac 
Dugan James, 24 Faneuil Hall market, h. 68 Poplar 
Dugan John, laborer. Leveret court ■ 

Dugan Peter, laborer, h. Ill Broad 
Dugan William, tailor, house Theatre alley 
Dulnop Robert, house 25 W. Second street 
Dunbar Amos, housewright, b'ds 30 School c. Province 
Dunbar Hugh, tailor, h. PJancock row 
Dunbar Jonathan, soapboiler, h. Gridley 
Dunbar having (Mitchell &, D.), house 64 Pinckney 
Dunbar Melzar, housewri't, Jackson's wf h. 13 W. Cedar 
Dunbar Nahum, pattern maker, house Turnpike 
Dunbar Peter, truckman, 16 Cus. H. st., and coal, Pack- 
ard's wharf, h. 11 1-2 Unity 
Dunbar Thos. J. truckman, 16 Cus. H. st. h. 67 Charter 
Duncan Jason, cooper. South street place 
Duncan Simeon, jr. cordwainer, h. 3 Vine 
Duncan Simeon, 3d, cordwainer, 31 I-everet, h. 3 Vine 
Duncklee John & Jos., W. I. goods, 132 State, h. Mason 
Dunfay William, laborer, rear 160 Ann 


Dunham John, cordwaincr, h. 2 Milton 

Dunham Josiah, ropemaker, B street 

Durlliam Josiah, jr. inspector, Custom House, h. B street 

Dunlap Grace, victualler, Theatre alley 

Dunlap James V. 47 Court 

Dunlap jMary, tailoress, h. 59 Essex 

Dutin John, taiinr, boards Atkinson corner Milk 

Dunn John, painter, h. 58 Purchase 

Dunn Joseph, h. 7 Green 

Dunn (James C.) & Brewster (Oliver), domestic goods, 
73 Milk. Dunn's house 5 W. Cedar 

Dunn IMary, boarding house, 15 Hancock 

Dunn xVIary, widow. Short near Bedf >rd 

Dunn F'atrick, laborer, h. 2 Humphrey place 

Dunn Peter, painter, h. Williams court 

Dunn Rebecca, widow, 159 Ann 

Dunn Theodore. See J. M. Smith & Co. 

Dunnells Lucy, boarding house, 17 Atkinson 

Dunster Henry J. printer, h. South street place 

Dunster Rhoda, widow, Barry's wharf 

Dunton Samuel, teamster, rear 730 Washington 

Dupee Amasa & Chs. housew'ts, Lancast. h. r. 51 Allen 

Dupee Horace, painter, Wharf, h. 2 Hamilton court 

Dupee Isaac, 13 Friend 

Dupee Isaac T house rear 6 1-2 Prince 

Dupee Lewis, housewright, Front, h. Hollis n. Tremont 

Durant Ellen, boarding. 23 Union 

Durant James T. clerk,' 373 Wash. b'ds20La Grange pi. 

Durant Thomas P. upholsterer, h. 78 Pleasant 

Durell Charles, 9 Dock square 

Durfy Edward, boatman, A street 

Durgin Ebenezer, laborer, 8 W. Centre 

Diirgin R. B. dressmaker, 2d street 

Duroy (Martial) & Lincoln (Lewis), confectioners, 306, 
house 308 Washington 

Durivage F. S. teacher French and Spanish, 210 Wash. 

Dutch Henry D. mathematical instr. mak. 79 Commer. 

Dutch Haskell, harnessmaker, h. Thacher 

Dutton Benjamin (Baxter & D.), h. Oliver 

Dutton Darius, cooper, rear 47 Sea 

Dutton Georce D. (Denny &/• D.), h. 17 Hayward place 

Dutton (H. JV.) & Wentworth (James), printers, 10 Ex- 
change. Dutton's house 9 Beach 

Dutton Warren, counsellor, 5 Court, h. 132 Tremont 

Dutton William P. baker, house Pond 


Dwight Edmund (J. IC Mills S^ Co.), h. I Park 

Dvvight John, pliysician, h. 78 Court 

Dwight Thomas, attorney, J 7 Court 

Dwight William W. physician, 202 Tremont, h. Milk 

Dwinell Samuel, leatlier dresser, h. S. Russell 

Dvvyer James, housewright, li. 68 Elliot 

Dwyer JXancy, widow, op. 55 Pleasant 

Dyar John F. 9 Clark 

Dyar Smith, clerk, 18 Excliange 

Dyer Caleb, oysters, 3 Boylston, h. 4 Jefffcrson 

Dyer Christopher, tailor, 22 Court 

Dyer Daniel A. See Stevenson & D. 

Dyer David Y. oysters, 208 Ann 

Dyer Dency, rear 99 Charter 

Dyer Ebenezer E. fancy goods, 98 Washington 

Dyer Ezra & Co. (James Dyer) , tailors, 12 State, h. 42 

Dyer (Ezra C.) & Blake (Samvel P.), importers, 33 

Kilbv. Dyer's house 42 Chambers 
Dyer E. D. gold beater, r. 39 Wash. h. 39 Hancock 
Dyer Freeman M. oysters, 479 Wash. h. 4 Jefterson 
Dyer Henry, physician, 9 Green 
Dyer Isaac, 4 Faneuil Hall market 
Dyer James (Ezra D. S^ Co.), house 5 Hanover 
Dyer James, pocket book mak. 7^ Was!), h. 2 Wesley pL 

See advertisement 
Dyer John D. inspector of customs, h. 157 Hanover 
Dyer John, tailor, h. rear 234 Washington 
Dyer Micah, jr. oyster shop, 192, h. 194 Ann 
Dyer Oliver, rear 132 Hanover 
Dyer Paris, merchant, h. 34 Milk 

Dyer Samuel B. teller Hancock Bank, h. 9 Hayward j)!. 
Dyer Samuel N. clerk, h. 12 Front 
Dyer Stephen, grocer, Creek square, h. 35 Salem 
Dytr Thomas C. currier, 164 Hanover 
Dyer Thomas D. (Bvrleigh & D.), b'ds 157 Hanover 
Dyer William, druggist, Ann cor. N. sq. h. 129 Hanover 
Dyer William, captain, 252 Hanover 
Dyke William, cordwainer, 24 Union, h. 30 Charter 
Dykes John. See Bates & D. 
Dykes Joseph, cloth dresser, h. 4 Bradford place 
Dykes Samuel (Johnson & /).), h. 9 Elm 

EAGER WILLIAM, mer. 44 Cent. wf.h. 57 Mt Vernon 
Eames Elizabeth, Essex cor. Front 


Eames Jesse, housevvri^ht, li. 12 East 

Eame.s Lnlher, 16 Boylstan market, h. 2 Madison place 

Earl Henry, housewright, 90 Cambridge 

Earl Hezekiah, deputy marshal, h. 38 Green 

Earl William, wood yard, Richmond 

Earle John, jr. tailor,"36 Washington, h, 17 Lynde 

Easterbrook Wm. shoes, 11 Commercial. h.90 Chambers 

Eastburn John H. pi inter, 18 State, h. 47 Atkinson 

East William, rag dealer, h. Southac 

Easte Mary, widow, Broadway 

Easton Mary C. h. 4 Somerset court 

Eaton Amherst, Concert Hall, 95 Court cor. Hanover 

Eaton xAndrew, laborer, Tliacher 

Eaton Asa, Rev. 159 Court 

Eaton Benjamin, broker, house Castle op. the brewery 

Eaton Charles F. {Si/m7}ies & E.), h. Baldwin place 

Eaton David, sailmaker, 91 Charter 

Eaton Ebenezer, tobacconist, h. 13 Charter 

Eaton (Ezra) & Gould {Fred.), clothing, 88 Commercial. 
Eaton's house 2 North Ben net 

Eaton Ezra O. clothing store, 213 Ann, h. 2 N. Bennet 

Eaion Ira, plater, h. 2 Fayette court 

Eaton Jo,siah, h. Butolph cor. May 

Eaton John J., W. 1. goods, 47 Long wf. h. 4 Eaton 

Eaton John L. barkeeper, 107 Milk 

Eaton John, tailor, 70 Ann, house 24 Thacher 

Eaton Josepii B. hardware, 2 Union, h. 19 Hancock 

Eaton Mary, boarding house, 18 Pearl 

Eaton Mary A. head of Pearl 

Eaton Mary, widow, 6 Province 

Eaton Nathaniel B., Snowhill c. Prince 

Eaton S L. brassfounder, h. Bennet place 

Eaton Osgood, housewrigfit, Haverhill, h. 9 Salem place 

Eaton Roxana, dressmaker, rear 247 Washington 

Eaton Rufus, housewright, rear Cooper 

Eaton Samuel A. watchmaker, 107 Washing, h. 6 Oliver 

Eaton Samuel G. B. h. head of Pearl 

Eaton Timothy, plater, Bromfield, h. op. 1 Columbia 

Eaton William & Co. (R. /. Robinson), lumber, Cause- 
way, h. 31 Charter 

Eaton William, rear 43 Prince 

Eaton Wm. G. silk g'ds, 5 Merchants row, h. 3 Wendell 

Eaton Wm. J. iron store, 5 India wf h. at the Tremont 

Eayrs Joseph H. clerk, house 3 Haymarket place 

Eayrs Moses, surveyor, house 59 Essex 


Eayrs Thomas A. cabinetmaker, 4tli street 

Efiyrs William, clerk, 2 Central wf. li. 7 Suffolk place 

Efijrs VVilliafn, ^lass maker, 3d street ; 

Eayrs William C. clerk, house 34 Fayette 

Eberle C L. grocer, Centre, h. Soutliac court i 

Eberle Frederick, musi(;ian, rear tS. Margin 

Eckley David, 54 Beacon 

Eckley Thomas J. Court cor. Tremont, house 6 Walnut 

Eddy Caleb, canal »^. Pond & Causeway, h. 19 Sheafe 

Eddy Robert H. civil engineer, 1 Commercial wharf 

Edds Daniel, machinist, h. ]0 Grove 

Edes Anna, widow, 18 Somerset 

Edes Daniel, cooper, 102 Charles 

Edes Eliza, 18 Tileston 

Edes Robert B. port warden, 31 India 

Edes Susan, 18; Tileston 

Edes Thomas, glazier, 135 Ann, house Snowhill 

Edgerton Phinehas, blacksmith, h. rear 77 Warren 

Edgerly (John S.), Vinal (5. .7.) & Co. {James Barnard), 

grain, 51 Commeicial. E."s h. Distil-house square 
Edgerly Lucinda, tailoress, 3 Sweetser court 
Edgerly Samuel, rear 72 Salem 
Edgeworth John, laborer, house Sister 
Edgeworth Mary, widow, Sister 

Edmands Eph. W. sashmaker, Distil-h. st. h. 650 Wash. 
Edmands G. W. hats, 40 Hanover, h. 9 N. Russell 
Edmands J. W. {A. ^'jl. La.iorcncc S^ Co.), h. 12 Hancock 
Edmands Mary, widow, 201 Ann 
Edm-ands Rachel, 211 Hanover 
Edmands Thomas, h. 12 Hancock 
Edmundson John, stonecutter, A street 
Edson Elizabeth, Hull 

Edson Mary, widow of John M. rear 77 Sea 
Edwards A. P. h. 10 Crescent place 
j'idwards Bela B., 52 Washington, h. Carver 
j^dwards Elizabeth, mantuamaker, h. 22 N. Russell 
£dwards George B. printer, 7 Piedmont 
1)1 wards (Wcnr?/) & Stoddard (C/mr/c^), dry goods, 74 
}3 State. ■ E.'s h. 2 Bumstead place 
j)hvards Hugh {Bishec & £.), house Commercial 
plwards J. F. housewright, 8 Bedford, h. 364 Washing, 
fdwards Joseph, boardmg, Devonshire 
^dwards Joseph B. paver, Fruit^ 

iildwards J. S. hairdresser. Com. n. Hanov. h. 8 Foster 
Edwards Lucy, widow of Benj. h. Brighton n. Poplar 


Edwards Oscar, h. 24 Hamilton 

Edwards Samuel F. block maker, li. Washington avrnue- 

Edwards Thomas, clerk, boards 70 {'urchase 

Edwards William, slater, boards 40 Federal 

Ela David H. printer, 19 Washington, h. 20 Gouch 

Elcock Walter, Barrett 

Eldred William, captain, 86 Purchase 

Eldredge Edward, Pres. Alias Bank, h. 41 Hancock 

Eldredgc {Oliver) & Nickerson (Josiah), domes, goods,. 
05 VVater. E.'s h. 14 Somerset place 

Eldredge Smith (/). Snoio &. Co.), h. Broadway 

Eldridge Charles H. clerk Merchants Bank 

Eldridge Jolin, 19!) Hanover 

Eliot Eph. L. druggist, 271 Washington, h. 5 Central ct. 

Eliot George A. hardware, 12 Dock square 

Eliot JohnF. druggist, 83 Hanover, h. 4 Atkinson 

Eliot Nathaniel G. clerk, boards 5 Central court 

Eliot Samuel A. 31 Beacon 

El kins Harvey, housewrisht, h. Pinckney cor. Charles 

Ellery George, captain, 2 Prince 

Ellery John C, 3 Franklin place 

Elliot Harriet, widow of John, house 143 Pleasant 

Elliot Margaret B. widow of William, 5 Tremont place 

Elliot Philip, cooper, head (Jnion wharf 

Elliot RobcMt B. mason, h. 10 Vine 

Ellingwood Theodore, laborer, rear 351 Washington 

Ellingwood {Larkin) & Brown (5. /7.), shoes and leath. 
24 N. Market. E.'s h. Ifw Tremont 

Ellis Benjamin, truckman, h. f) Elliot court 

Ellis Calvin, physician, 16 Summer 

■Ellis Calvin F. it M. D. dry goods, 1G5 Washington 

Ellis {Chas.) & Mayo {John M.), W. I. goods, 10 Chat- 
ham. E.'s h. 1 McLean 

Ellis {Charles B.) & Raymond (5«?7?7/c/), shoe stock and 
leather, 97 up stairs'Wash. E 's h. 20 Harvard 

Ellis David, merchant, 21 India wf. h.ol Summer 

Ellis Elisha, baker, h. 17 Hamilton 

Ellis Ebenozer {Hartshorn & E.), house 70 I..everet 

Ellis George, provisions, 85, h. 94 Cambridge 

Ellis Georire {Jabez E. &, Sons), house 97 Front 

Ellis Granville, h. 95 Front 

Ellis Jabez & Sons {George & Granville), grain and 
lumber, Front, h. 97 do store 37 Long wf. 

Ellis Jonathan, jr. {Perrin & E.), house Pine 

^lUs Luther, State, house 2 McLean 


Ellis Matthias, clerk, house 9 Tilcston 

Ellis Merrill D. (C. F. & M. D. Ellis), b'ds 2C Summer 

Ellis Nathaniel, jr. {Binney & E.), hoards 2 Leveret 

Ellis Rowland (Justin &|C'o.), h. 18G Hanover' 

Ellis Rufus, a^'t Newton facto. 15 India wf. h. 2 Oak pi. , 

Ellis Warren, 21 Faneuil Hall market, house Carver 

Ellison Andrew, tailor, 62 Court, house 31 Blossom 

Ellison James, mercli. 18 Broad, h. 1 Suliivar. place 

Ellison Samuel, iiousewright, house opposite 7 Columbia: 

Ellison William, clerk, h. Boylslon n. Tretnont 

Ellison William S. civil engineer, h. 31 Blossom 

Ellms Anson, shipwright, boards 10 Broadway 

Ellms Cornelius, 4th street 

Ellms John, tailor, 2G VVash. h. 1(13 Hanover 

Ellms Susan, widow, h. 18 Warien i 

Elm William, pumpmaker, Fulton, house 21 Cross 

Elmes David, cordwainer, rear Broadway 

Elmes Ebenezer, blacksmith, 4th street 

Elmes Susan, tailore&s, 135 Hanover f 

Eln)s Charles, stationer, 8 Hanover, h. 46 Carver i 

Elwell David, laborer, Broadway < 

Elwell Samuel, laborer, Broadway i 

El worth Thomas, li. rear 9 Leveret 

Ely Horatio G. laborer, 15 Short y 

Emerson Abigail, house rear 42 Salem 

Emerson Charles, clerk Suffolk Bank, h. 3 Prov. H. ct. 

Emerson David D. livery stable, Front and Beach, h.. 

rear 12 Front 
Emerson E C. (Jl Walker &, Co.), boards 124 Court 
Emerson Frederic, 8 Poplar 

Emerson George B. instructer, hotise Temple place 
Emerson Henry, wood wf Sea n. the bridge, h. 21 Essex, 
Emerson Jeremiah, baker, house 8 W. Centre 
Emerson John, wooden ware, 157 Court, h. 8 IMeasant 
Emerson John, distiller, house 8 Pleasant 
Emerson John, laborer, Warren pi. cor. Pleasant 
Emerson Jonathan, Ijousewright, 3 Bay 
Emerson Oliver, coach trimmer, 444 Washington 
Emerson Parker, housewright, h. Snowhill 
Emerson Richard {Broion &, E.), !i. P(md street place 
Emerson Robert, laborer, house rear 90 Front 
Etnerson Romanus, housewright, rear Broadway 
Emerson Samuel, housewright, Dedham, h. 2 do. 
Emerson {Thomas), Lamb (Reuhen J.) & Harvey (Pe- 
ter), W. 1. goods, 6 South Market 


Emerton John, laborer, 8 Bridge street court 
Emery Geo. clerk P. O. Ii. 7 Bulfinch jjjace 
Emery (F. JV. R.) & Perkins (6'am7 6'.), wood and lum- 
ber, Front 
Emery Harriet, op 2 Humphrey place 
Emery Mary A., 7 Unity 

Enjery. Robert, stairbuilder, Dearborn av. h. 10 Oliver 
Emmes Henry, printer, 170 Han<»ver 
Ernmes Mary, widow, h. Piedmont corner Church 
Emmes Nathaniel, gunsmith, Sheafc corner Snowhill 
Emmes Samuel, hat store, 30 Ann, h- 137 Hanover 
Emmes Thos. P. hatter, 330 h. Piedmont n. Church 
Emmons Charles G. watchmaker, 77 .Ann 
Emmons Desire, widow, house rear 50 Bo}^lston 
Emmons Edward B. clerk, house 28 Orange 
Emmons Henrv, printer, 743 Wasiiington 
Emmons (John L.) & Weld {Jolm D.), W. I. goods, 32 

S. Market. Enmions's house 688 Washington 
Emmons Joshua, sailmaker, house 15 Friend 
Emmons J. jr. tin worker, Sghool, h. 20 Pleasant st. ct. 
Emmons IVathaniel, clerk Union Bank, house 3 Poplar 
Emmons Nath'l H. -(T. B. Wales & Co.), h. 3 Rowe pi. 
Emmons Robert L. (S. E. &. Sons), h. opposite 14 Elliot 
Emmons Ruth, widow of Thomas, 21 Pleasant 
Emmons Sarah, widow, 688 Wasliington 
Emmons S. E. messenger Fulton Bank 
Eminons Samuel & Sons (Robert L. and Stephen), ship 

chandlers, 107 Stale, house opposite 14 Elliot 
Emmons Sarah, tailoress, 743 Washington 
Emmons Stephen (5. Emmons & Sons), h. op. 14 Elliot 
Emmons Thomas, cooper, 19, house 21 Pleasant 
Emmons William H. pianofortemaker, house Mf.lden 
Emmsley Jolm, baker, Broadway corner Turnpike 
English Charles, harnessruaker, 25 School, h. 5 Province 
English James L. attorney, 16 Court, house 22 Beacon 
English T. broker, 4 Exchange 
Ennick William, North Margin near Pond 
Enoch Ruth, widow, H-inchman lane 
Enwright Patrick, blacksmith, 114 Sea 
Eppes Eliza, widow, 10 Madison place 
Ernest Priscilla, Salutation 
Erskine Harmsh, widow, Humphrey place 
Ervin Mary, house 87 Sumuier 

Erving Edward S. cashier Hancock Bank, h. 23 Fayette 
Erving Mary, widow of fcihirley, 127 Tremont 


Esbell Alexander, laborer, Williams court 

Estabrook Jas. vv(;igh. and £;uag. C. H. h. JO La Gra. pi. 

Eslabrook, Jones tfc Co. {James Scott, John G. Fisher). 
9 Elm 

Eslee Elijah, porter, house N. Margin corner Pond • 

Etheridge Mary, widow, 53 Tremont • 

Eustis Henry, lighterman. Battery 

Eustis Joanna, widow, rear 5 VV. Second 

Eustis Joseph, jr. importer, 1 15 Washington, h. 113 Frontt 

Eustis Mary Ann, dressmaker, rear Lenox 

Eustis Rebecca, widow, rear 34 Poplar 

Eustis William T. & Co. {Bcnj. CaUender), hardware,, 
13 Liberty square, h. 19 Mt. Vernon 

Evans Ann, widow, 162 Purchase 

Evans Alfred (Dana, E. ^ Dona), house 10 High 

Evans Benjamin, truckman, h. 1 Hawley 

Evans Chas. housctw't, Gibbs la. c. Broad, h. r. 2 North sq. . 

Evans Charles S. house 59 Cambridge 

Evans Richard S. house Kdiox 

Evans {JVm.) & Lock {Philip JL), hats, 15 Dock square 

Evans VVillJam E. watchmaker, Congress, h. 19 Williams 

EveletJi (Joseph) &• Wood (Daniel. P.), leather and shoes, 
42 Soutii Market. Eveleth's h. Chardon 

Eveleth Samuel, appraiser Custom House, h. 5 Williams 

Evendorff Charles, boarding, 90 Broad 

Everdean M. K. milliner, G9 II mover, h 30 Friend 

Everett Aaron, h. Kneeland corner Washington 

Everett Alexander H. house 38 Summer 

Everett (Charles) &, Mather (H. B.), commission mer- 
chants, C Liberty square 

Everett Erastus D. dry goods, 76 Salem 

Everett Francis, teller City Bank 

Everett George, paper hanger, 11 Vine 

Everett James, chaplain U. S. Navy, Pitts court , 

Everett James M. printer, h. 61 Temple 

Everett (John) At Pierce (Joshua .M.), junk shop, Broad 
opposite Otis's wharf 

Everett L. S. 43 Washington 

Everett (Moses) & Ware (Leonard), W. I. g'ds, 47 L. wf. 

Everett Moses, house 657 Washington 

Everett (Otis, jr.) & Blake (J. 11.), chemists, 32 South 
Market. Everett's house 740 Wasliington 

Ewer Charles, house 59 South 

Ewer Geo. VV. & Jas. C. stonecut'rs, Creek, h. S. Margin 

Ewer James C. stonecutter, house Portland 


Ewer Nathaniel S. Iiousewriiijht, Bridge 
Ewinger Hannah, widow, 9 Lynde 
Ewins Sarah, widow, 14 13edford 

FADER J. C. SlGTileston 
Fagan Ann, widow, rear Short near Bedford 
Fagan James, hiacksmith, Garden 
Fagan Owen, laborer, 217 Ann 

Fairbank Josiah, writing master, Adams School, Mason 
Fairbanks Aaron B. gunsmith, 37 Exch. h. 2 N. Margin 
Fairbanks Amos, shoes, 33 Merch. row, h.21 Pk-ichmond 
r'airbanks Driiry, shoes, 34 Broad, h. 78 Temple 
Fairbanks H. P. {Fairbanks, Loving & Co.), h. 8 Pearl pi. 
Fairbanks Israel VV. hoiisewriglit, h. Stillman 
Fairbanks John P. bookbinder, 136, h. G24 Washington 
Faiibanks Otis, house 3 Oliver 

Fairbanks (Stephen), Loring (Henry) & Co. (Henry P. 
Fairbanks), hardw 82 Milk c. Kilby. F.'s h. 33Bedf. 
Fairchild Joy H. Rev., Broadway 

Fairfield John, merchant, 26 Central wf. h. 43 Bowdoin 
Fairfield John O. merchant, 26 Central wf. h. 43 Bowdoin 
Fairfield Martha, tailoress, h. 59 Cambridge 
Fairservice Catherme, dressmaker, 4 Fayette court 
Faler Oliver &. D. T. stable, Travers, h. Beverly 
Fales (David JV.) & Datia (Otis //.), dry g'ds, 71 Water. 

Fales boards 256 Washington 
Fales (£. F.) & Daniels (Mams), dry goods, 24 Kilby. 

F.'s house 256 Washington 
Fales lialiburton (Sears & F.), house 121 Tremont 
Fales Joseph J. physician, h. 256 Washington 
Fales Samuel, merchant, h. 121 Tremont 
Fales Squire M.iron found. Bridge c. Fruit, h. 14 Blossom 
Falva Thomas, laborer, rear Broadway 
Fdlvey John, laborer, h. 104 Broad 
Faly Patrick, laborer, Peck lane 
Faning David, laborer, 229 Broad 
Fanning James G. printer, boards opposite 12 Front 
Farley James, laborer, h. Creek square 
Farley Robert, See'ry Atlantic Insur. Co. h. 45 Pinckney 
Farmer George O. teacher music, 44 Federal 
Farmer Geo. VV. umbrel.'mak. 7(5 Hanover, h. fHawkiHiS 
Farmer Henry, furniture. 1 1 Howard, h. 58 Temple 
Farmer John, laborer, 4 Salt lane 

Farmer John P. blacksmith, 86 Front, h. 1 Newton place 
Farmer Lavina, tailoress, house 8 Pleasant 


Fanner Margoret, widow, 9 Hawkins 

Farmer Nancy, widnw of Thomas, 1 Newton place 

Farmer Thomas G. teamster, boards 1 Newton place 

Farriam Henry, 5J) Federal corner JN'lillon plar-e 

Farnam Thomas, silversmith, r. 87 Wash. h. Pitts court 

Farnham William, laborer, Bartlett 

Farnum D. i,ipholstr(5ss, rear 253 Washington 

Farnum (P«?//), Kimball (Donicl) & Co. {Loring JYor- 

cross), merchants, 87 Kilby 
Farnum (Peter), Mills (Levis) & Wheeler (Jona. D.), 

merchants, 7.') Kilby. F.'s h. 8 La Grange place 
Farnsworth Charles, house 123 Purchase 
Farnsworlli Ephraim (Hale &, F.). boards 8 Mason 
Farnsworth Isaac D . W. I. goods, 13 S. Market, boards. 

at N. E. Coffee House 
Farnsworth Oliver, housewright, Lyman place 
Farnsworth (IVulter) & Baxter (Jomcs,jr.), Eng. goods^ 

85 Kilby. Farnsworth's house in Roxbury 
Farquar John, slater, boards 40 Federal 
Farquarson Alexander, bottler, 12 Lucas place 
Farral James, tailor, rear Centre 
Farral James, laborer, rear Distil-house square 
Farral Jt)hn, laborer, 139 Broad 
Farral John, laborer, 1 Spring lane 

Farral John, laborer, rear 12 Washington place iA 

Farral Michael, laborer, rear 94 Sea 
Farral Rrjbert, laborer, h. Southae cor. Grove 
Farral William, laborer, 114 Brond 
Farrall Bryan O., coachman, rear 146 Pleasant 
Fanall Lawrence, laborer, lear 63 Elliot 
Farrar Daniel, clerk, 41 South Market, h. 42 Cambridge 
Farrcir Hannah, English goods, 371 and 605 Washington 
Farrar Ira, waggoner, boards Sea near free bridge 
Farrar Jacob, painter, house 1 South Bennet 
Farrar Jefferson C. painter, 346 Washing, h. 28 Pleasant 
Farrar John, hiborer, rear Sea near Summer 
Farrar John A. printer, Ki Devonshire, h. 2 Leveret 
Farrar Judson N. bookkeej). Commonw. B'k, h. 32 Myrtle 
Farrar Mary, widow, h. 32 Myrtle 
Farrar Otis C. cordwainer, house 73 Prince 
Farrier John, rigirer, rear 27 Washington place 
Farrington Ann, widow, 38 Salem 
Farrington Charlotte, widow, 3 South street court 
Farrington Eben. T. (L. Bartlett & Co.), h. Minot 
Farrington Elizabeth, widow, C9 Chambers 


Farrinnfton (SamueJ) & Converse {Jaires C), dry goods, 

] Liberty square. F.'s house Gl Federal 
Farrington S. & L. dry goods, GO Chambers 
Farrinirton Thos. druirgist, Tremont H. h. G9 Chainbeis 
Farris James, h. Sea corner Piper's wharf 
Farron John, rear 133 Hanover 
Farry Thomas, Mechanic 
Farwell Isaac, 92 Faneuil Mall market 
Farvvell Lyman. See Fay & F. 
Farwell Luther, housewright, h. 23 Myrtle 
Farwell Wsilter, pointer, 13 Mt. Vernon, h. 23 Myrtle 
Faulkner Charles (T. TarhMi^ Co.), b'ds at Wilde's, Elm 
Faulkner Dvvight F. dom. goods, J5 Central, h 3 Acorn 
Faulkner (Luther) & Reed (John T.), English goods, 10 

Central. Faulkner's house 30 Chesnut 
Favor Horace S. clerk, house Haymarket place 
Favor (John) & Lothrop (Jinstl), house wrights, rear 13 

Essex. Favor's house 463 Washington 
Fawcett Samuel H. paver, 7 Spring 
Faxon Eliza, widow of Eleb, h. 89 Sea 
Faxon Henry, porter Houses of Correc «& Indus. S. Bost. 
Faxon G. N. {^''. Faxon & Co.), h. 30 Atkinson 
Faxon Isaiah, dry goods, 91 Court 
Faxon James O. house 30 Atkinson 
Faxon Nathaniel & Co. (Roland Cuthr,Xoah Blanchard 

and Geo. JV. Faxon), boot store, 53 N. Market. F.'s 

house 30 Atkinson 
Faxon Oren, cordvvainer, 5 West, b. 2 Orange lane 
Faxon Thomas, blacksmith, Pond, li. 61 Pond 
Faxon William, house 20 Portland 
Fay Dana, W. I. goods, 3] N. Market, h. 13 Beacon 
Fay (Francis B.) &, Farwell (Lyman), W. I. goods, 15 

Norih Market 
Fay Harrison, 23 Faneuil Hall market, h. 34 Myrtle 
Fay Heman, house 42 Allen 

Fay Isaac, fruit, 9 Faneuil Hall, h. 6 McLean court 
Fay (Joel) &. Tirrell (John), woodwharfingers, 78 Front 
Fay Joel, house 14 Ash 

Fay Luke, 78 Faneuil Hall market, h. 11 Hancock 
Fay Nahum, 28 Merchants row, h. 85 Chambers 
Fay Philip, laborer, rear 104 Purchase 
Fay (Richard S.) &, Chapman (Jonathan), counsellors, 

Tudor's buildings, Coint. Fay's house 67 Summer 
Fay William C. distiller, Harvard, c. room 51 India wf. 

house 454 Washington 


Fay Windsor, merchant, 51 India wharf, h. 10 Harvard 
Fearing Albert & Co. {J. R. Aewell kV D. JV/iiton,jr.)f 

ship chandlers, 1 City wharf, h. 12 Essex 
Fe^jring Andrew C. See Thacher & F. 
Fearing IMalilda, widow, dressmaker, 3 Harvard court 
Fearing Thomas B. chirU Amer. Bank, h. 22 Purchase 
Federhen John, baker, rear Mason near Avery 
Federhen John, jr. &. Jacob, comb store, 69 Court, h. 

87 Cambridije 
Fell Caroline, widow, h. 90 Pleasant 
Fellovves Abigail, intelligence office, 446 Washington 
Fellows James, house 26 Vernon 

Fellows Jonathan, clothes, 59 Commercial, h. 31 Prince 
Felt Jonathan W. cabinetmaker, 34 Tremont near Wash. 
Felt Joseph B. Rev. house 4 Oak place 
Felt Oliver S. (Proctor, Palmer &. F.), h. 6 Otis place 
Felt Rachael, widow, nurse, 3 Fayette court 
Feltch Edward, cooper, h. Castle near Middlesex 
Felton Artemas & Joel, distill. 563, h. 448 Washington ' 
Felton J(jel, distiller, h. rear 681 Washington 
Felton John {Lvther F. & Co.), h. 652 Washington 
Felton Luther &, Co. (John F.), distillers, 654 Washing. 

c. room 6 Long wharf 
Fenlee George, rigger, Forthill wharf, h. 38 Ann 
Fen ley Patrick, grocery, 144 Ann I. 

Fennell Sarah L. silk dyer, h. Avery 
Fennell Thomas, rigger, h. rear 98 Warren 
Fenno Abigail, widow, 1 Blake's court 
Fenno Henry W. 231 Hanover 
Fenno James W. attorney, 20 Court 
Fenno John W. {Dana, F. (Sl Henshavj), h. 70 (>hesnut 
Fenno Joseph, W. L goods, Hanover cor. Commercial 
F(nino Lazarus, 281 Ann 
Fenno Mary, widf)W, r(>ar 26 Belknap 
Fenno Sibbel, widow, Margaret 
Fenno William, coffee house, Cornhill court 
Fenno William, honsewright, h. 87 Tremont 
Fenton Charles S. portrait painter. Court cor. Tremont 
Fenwick Benedict, Right Rev. h. Federal cor. Frankl. pi. 
Ferguson James, tallow chandler, rear 730 Washington 
Ferguson {John) & Milliken (./o5.), victual'rs, 11 Commer. 
Fernald Ann, widow, 1 Sturgis [dace 
Fernald Benjamin, cooper, h. 741 Washington 
Fernald Clarissa, dressmaker. 111 Pleasant 
Fernald Joseph {Rice 8f F.), h. 2 Prince ! 


Fernald J, E., Northern House, 97 Hanover 

Fernald Luke, blacksmilli, li. May 

Fernald Lewis, liandcartman, boards 34 Federal 

Fernald Lydia, widow of Noah, C8 Charter 

Fernald Oliver, brass founder, Fulton, h. Garden court st 

Fernald William M. cooper, h. 723 Washington 

Fernald William S. blacksmith, Dorchester 

Ferrin Aaron, 5th street near D street 

Ferrin Freeman, chair painter, h. Pitts place 

Ferrin Joseph, stonecutter, h. South street place 

Ferrin Martha, upholstress, h. Pitts place 

Ferrin Thomas, shipwright, h. 3d street near Dorchester 

Ferriter Ann, widow, h. S. Russell cor. Cambridge 

Fessenden Abijah (Baird 4" F.), h. 63 Cambridge 

Fessenden Arthur, h. 2 Hay market place 

Fessenden (C. B.), Thompson (J. B.) & Co. (B. H. 

Skinner), commission merchants, 17 Central wharf 
Fessenden Charles P. lookingglass frames, 4 Marshall 
Fessenden John M. office 9 Joy's build'g, h. 158 Treraonl 
Fessenden John P. blacksmith, 62, h. 60 Portland 
Fessenden Mary, widow, nurse, 205 Hanover 
Fessenden Nathan, ironfounder, 60 Portland 
Fessenden Terrissa, widow, opposite 2 Bedford 
Fessenden Thomas G. editor N. E. Farmer, h. Hancock 
Fessenden (Timothy) &, Heard (Wm.), axletree makers, 

Haverhill near Causeway, h. 8 Causeway 
Ficketi Nathaniel, watchman, rear 18 S. Bonnet 
Fickett Sarah, widow of Nathaniel, rear 18 S. Bennet 
Field Barnum, instructer, h. 38 Fayette 
Field Charles F., Foster place 
Field Elisha, clerk and collector, 3 East 
Field Enos &, Isaac, shoes and leather, 35 Central 
Field George, shoes, 14 Hanover, h. Spring street place 
Field Gilbert, printer, h. Milton 
Field (Isaac) & Converse (J. JV.), hides and leather, 43 

and 45 Broad. Field's house 7 McLean court 
Field Joseph, house 754 Washington 
Field Justin, counsellor, 20 Court, h. Orange place 
Field Mary, house 35 Portland 

Field Pearson H. shoes, 160 Washington, h. Castle 
Field Charles, stage agent, 11 Elm 
Field Thomas, Mechanic 

Field Silas, auctioneer, N. side F. Hall, h. 3 Orange 
Field William A. musician. West Centre 
Fielding Edward, laborer, S. Russell, cor. Cambridge 


Fifield Susan, tailoress, 3 Scott's court 

Fillebrown Asa, organist, h. 5 Avery place 

Fillebrown Edward, W. I. goods, I Boylslon 

Fillebrown James, tailor, h. Chambers street court 

Fillebrown John, house rear 2 Snowhill 

Fillmore Daniel, Flev. 6 North Margin 

Finch Arithony, Hanover avenue 

Finity Edward, laborer, rear Merrimac 

Finegan James, laborer, Goucli 

Finn Cornelius, laborer. Broad opposite Maine wharf 

Finn Henry J. comedian, boards i Arch 

Finn Margaret, widow, head of Pearl 

Finn Michael, laborei , rear 17 Sea 

Fish Abiel, engineer, rear 4 Prince 

Fish Asa, mason, rear 11 Distil-house square 

Fish Susan, widow, h. 9 Bridge 

Fish William S. house Commercial 

Fisher Alden, rigger, h. Commercial cor. Henchman lane 

Fisher Alvan, artist, '21 Scln)ol, h. 4 Derne 

Fisher Amos, grocer, 68 Cambridge 

Fisher A. Scott, tailor, h. 17 Hanover 

Fisher Betsey . widow of Oliver, 734 Washington 

Fisher Charles G. clerU, south 752 Washington 

Fisher Cyrus, machinist, h. 70 Pleasant 

Fisher Eliza, 26 Prince 

Fisher Elizabeth G. boarding house, 469 Washington 

Fisher Francis {Stevens, F. ty- Co.),h. Temple place 

Fisher Freeman & Co. (5. H. Babcock)^ American goods, 

50 Kilby, house 4 Kneeland 
Fisher Haskell, truckman, h. rear 83 Pond 
Fisher Jabez, distiller, c. r. 6 S. Market, h. 22 Harvard 
Fisher Jabez, 2d, house 19 McLean 
Fisher J. & N. provis. store, 9 Clark and 74 F. H. market 
Fisher John D. physician, 11 Hay ward place 
Fisher Joseph L. turner. Front, b. Middlesex near Castle 
Fisher Nathaniel, provision dealer, h. 32 Garden 
Fisher (Sidney) &, Morse {IVm. S. S.}, dry goods, 415 

Fisher Warren (Hewins ^ F.), h. Nassau court 
Fisher Washington, ploughmaker. Turnpike 
Fisher Wi'lard N. hatter, 137 Cambridge, h. 4 Vine 
Fisher William D. cordwainer. Mechanic 
Fisk Alonzo, clerk, boards .5 Hay market place 1 

Fisk Austin, clerk, rear 12 Front 
Fisk Betsey, house 10 Oliver 


Fisk Gieorge, 121 Wnshington, h. 72 Chesnut 

Fisk George A., 82 Milk cor. Kilby 

Fisk Jolin J. cashier Eagle Bank, h. 34 Boylston 

Fisk Jolin, bootmaker, 72 Congress, boards 40 Federal 

Fisk Jonathan, cabinetmaker, 4 Wheeler's court 

Fisk Josiah {IVhitney & F.), h. 42 Green 

Fisk Peter, tailor, 67 Cornliill, h. 5S Myrtle 

Fisk Prescott, grocer, 16 West, h. 5 Hay market place 

Fisk Samuel {Freeman & F.), h. 9 Ash 

Fisk William C. boards 30 VVarren 

Fisk (JVm.) & Rice (^aron), mer. 4 Central wliaif 

Fisk William, cabinetmaker, 841, h. 839 Washington 

Fisk (fVm.) & Leiand (Horace), 21 Lcmg wharf 

Fiske Augustus H. (Rand &, F.), h. 53 Chesnut 

Fiske Benjamin, Pres. Amer. Bank, h. 2 Hancock av. 

Fiske & Bridge, merchants, 55 Long wharf 

Fiske Henry, clerk, h. 11 Beacon 

Fiske John M. weiglier and guager. Custom House, h. 

Commercial near Hanover 
Fiske Joseph N. clerk, 67 Milk 
Fiske Joseph, clerk, h. 11 Beacon 
Fitch Elijah, h. 752 Washington 

Fitch (Geo. IV.) «& Kill {Benj. F.), housewrights. Fort- 
hill wharf F.'s house 11 Washington place 
Fitch Jeremiah & Co. {John Fitch), English goods, 38 

and 40 Central, h. Portland 
Fitch J. B. {G. & H. Stearns & Co.), h. 165 Court 
Fitch John (J. Fitch & Co.), h. Portland 
Fitch John, portrait painter, h. 12 Myrtle 
Fitz Jeremiah, housewright, h. rear 41 Charter 
Fitz Josiah, baker, h. South Margin 
Fitzgerald Atwood, laborer, rear 17 Sea 
Fitzgerald Elizabeth, rear Henchman lane 
Fitzgerald James, laborer, Batterymarch 
Fitzgerald John, laborer, 93 Warren, another 105 Broad 
Fitzgerald John Patrick, tailor, h. 5 Dearborn avenue 
Fitzgerald Mary, widow, Peck lane 
Fitzgerald Mary, widow, rear 147 Washington 
Fitzgerald Thomas, 101 Broad 
Fitzhugh H. W. captain as. quar. mast, office Scollay's 

buildings, boards 4 Tremont place 
Fitzpatrick Edward, laborer, 60 Purchase 
Fitzpatrick Edward, laborer, Garden 
Fitzpatrick Eleanor, widow, Theatre alley 
Fitzpatrick John, laborer, rear 242 Hanover 


Fitzpatiick John, milkman, South Boston point 

Fitzpatrick Thomas, grocer, 134 Ann 1 

Fitzpatrick William, h. rear 11 Short 

Fitzsimmons Mary, widow, Short near Bedford 

Flagg Charles A. bar room, 131 State 

Flagg Francis H. watchmaker, 82 Washington, h. Court 

Flagg John G. & Co. (Sumner Flagg), uphol. 18 Union 

Flagg Josiah F. surgeon dentist, 31 VVinter 

Flagg {Sam'lM.) & Bird {Matthew), turners, Pitts court 

Flaliarty Anthony, laborer, A street 

Flaharty Michael, laborer, 110 Broad 

Flahaven Sarah, widow of Robert, Hamilton 

Flanagan Catharine, widow, Commer. op. Gray's wharf 

Flanagan Michael, 112 Ann 

Flanigan Patrick, stone mason, h. rear 23 S. Russell 

Flanley John, stone cutter, 22 Water, h. 23 Union 

Fleemin Ann, widow, rear 194 Hanover 

Fleet Ann, 4 Atkinson 

Fleming Patrick, cooper, house 118 Sea 

Fleming James, laborer, h. Ill Broad 

Fleming John, marble |)olisher, h. Devonshire 

Fleming Mary, widow, Prospect 

Fleming Patrick, machinist, Broadway 

Fleming Patrick, laborer, Broadway 

Fletcher Agnes, widow, 44 Brighton 

Fletcher Amos, soda room, Cornhill sq. h. 16 Ann 

Fletcher Ariel K. truckman, Salter place 

Fletcher Benjamin F. housewright, 1 Bridge st. avenue 

Fletcher Geo. M. 9 Cross 

Fletcher Joel, watchman, rear 5 Cross 

Fletcher Mary, widow, 25 Merrimac 

Fletcher Oliver, druggist, 2 India, h. 10 Bulfinch 

Fletcher Robert F. house G Wheeler's court 

Fletcher Richard, counsellor, 10 State, h. 11 Avon place 

Fletcher Sadoc, blacksmith, h. 11 Essex place 

Fletcher Sarah, widow, h. Berry 

Fletcher Timothy, clerk, 33 Court, h. 20 Milk 

Flinn Daniel, laborer, 75 Short 

Flinn John, 206 Ann 

Flinn Jacob, teamster, 4th street 

Flinn Michael, laborer, rear 46 Pleasant 

Flinn Michael, rear Humphrey place 

Flinn Michael, laborer, 3 Wharf 

Flinn Morgan, cooper, 18 Hamilton 

Flint Henry, 302 Ann 


Flint Joseph W. (Morris <fe F), h. 11 McLean 

Flint John, physician, 20 Tremont near Washington 

Flint Joshua B. physician, 15 Green 

Flint Levi, victualler, 8 Lona; wharf, boards G Centre 

Flood Edward, hairdresser, Congress sq. Jj. 33 Pinckney 

Flood Margaret, widow, Theatre alley 

Flower Truman, essences, 50 Commercial, h. Mechanic 

Floyd Andrew (J. G. Loring & Co.), h. r. 18 N.Russell 

Floyd Daniel, shoe stock, 28 JNorth Market 

Flo^d Henry, housewright, Commercial near Foster 

Floyd Rachael, schoolmistress, back 5 Pleasant 

Floyd Samuel, English goods, 4th street 

Flynn Roger Hl Patrick ( fViUiamson, F. 4' Co.), h. rear 

5 Sister 
Flynn Mary, widow, rear 5 Sister 
Fobes Edwin, 83 Faneuil Hall market, h.Distil-h. sq. 
Fogerson James, h. Comnier. op. Gray's wharf 
Fogg Jeremiah, stoves, 41 N. Mnrket, h. 59 Temple 
Foley John, rigger, h. 106 Commercial 
Foley John, laborer, PecU lane 
Foley Michael, laborer, Creek square 
Foley Michael. 103 Broad 

Foley Patrick, tailor, boards Atkinson cor. Milk 
Follansbee William, hackman, 9 Hanover 
Follett Dexter, cellar 3 F. H. mar. h. 9 Green 
Follet Hannah, widow, 48 Salem 
Foiling Benjamin, housewright, h. 18 Carver 
Foiling George, housewright, h. 51 Essex 
Foiling George, jr. housewright, rear 19, h. 51 Essex . 
Foiling Patrick, laborer, rear 6G4 Washington 
Follus Richard, h. 8 W. Centre 
Folsom Frederick, shoes, 405 Wash. h. 29 Fayette 
Folsom Isaac L. {Chainberlin & F.), h. C3 Federal 
Folsom John, cordwainer, 70 Summer 
Foque Hypolite N. captain, house Greenough lane 
Forbes Abner, Smith school, Belknap st. h. Broadway 
Forbes Jonathan, 47 Fat)euil Hall market, h. 30 Allen 
Forbes Luke, 20 Faneuil Hall market, h. 30 Myrtle 
Forbes Robert B. h. Temple place 
Forbes William, 25 State, stable 7 Sudbury 
Forbush Jonathan & Co. (£. Townscnd), leather, 52 

Chatham, h. 1 Vernon 
Ford Barnard, truckman, 47 Long wharf, h. 4th street 
Ford Bement, carpenter, n. S. Bridge, h. Suffolk, n. Dover 
Ford Catherine, widow, C4 Prince 


Ford Cornelius, rear 88 Merrimac 

Ford Daniel B. housewright, house Dedham 

Ford Elizabeth, school, rear 72 Cambridge, h. 31 PiDck»\ 

Ford Henry, laborer, 10 Oliver 

Ford John, printer, 26 State, h. 19 Warren 

Ford Joseph N. refreshments, foot Poplar, h. 1 Leveret ct. 

Ford Mary, straw bonnet maker, 16 Green 

Ford Nathan. Sec Barker & F. 

Ford Samuel D. dry floods, 95 Hanover, h. 49 Carver 

Ford Sarah, widow, 49 Carver 

Ford Sarah B. tailoress. 485 Washington 

Ford Simeon, mason, Thacher st. court 

Forest John, cordwainer, boards 7 Nassau 

Forester Mary, boarding, 42 Pond 

Forristall Ezra, truckman, 21 India, h. 6 Blossom 

Forristall Jonas, h. Merrimac 

Forrister Grace, widow, rear 585 Washington 

Forsaith John, fruit, 11 Market square 

Forsberg Dorcas, widow. Bridge street avenue 

Forsey S , cabinet maker, h. Lyman place 

Forster Jacob, jr. merchant, 26 Long wharf 

Fortune John, cordwainer, 34 Sea, h. 17 High 

Fosdick Abigail, widow, house re^^r 15 Winter 

Fosdick John, English goods, 65 Kilby 

Foskett Ebenezer, cabinetmaker, h. rear 5 Winter 

Foss J. D. See T. W. Seaver & Co. 

Foss & Gilmore, distillers, Charlestown, c. r. 13 India 

Foss Isaiah, laborer, 245 Ann 

Foss Mary, widow, 108 Cambridge 

Foss Stephen L., May 

Fossett Alvin, victualler. Creek square 

Foster Adams, laborer, Warren place 

Foster Andrix A. provisions, Bromfield, h. 1 West 

Foster Archibald, Sec. Tremont Ins. Co. and Brazilian 

vice consul, house 7 Hanover 
Foster Benj. F. accountant, 116 Wash. h. 126 Cambridge 
Foster Catharine, widow, 6 Bartlett 
Foster Catharine, widow, 18 Cross 
Foster Charles S. (./. H. F. c^- Son), h. 70 Bedford 
Foster Charles W. dry goods, 15 Kilby, h. 39 Bowdoin 
Foster Eben. B. clerk, 6 Congress, h. 51 Poplar 
Foster Edward A. See Haughton &. F. 
Foster Elizabeth H. & B'rances, dry goods, 7 Hanover 
Foster Francis A. tailor, h. 19 Province House court 
Foster Franklin, coachman, h. 10 Hayward place 


Foster Franklin, truckman, h. 1 Cooper 

Foster George W. musician, 9 Garden 

Foster Herman, housewrii^ht, Hawkins 

Foster Henry G. clerk, 98 Charles 

Foster (Isaac) & Peirce {Oliver), stablers, Devonshire 

Foster Isaac, h. Harvard place 

Foster Isaac 11. cabinetmaker, rear 714 Washington 

Foster Jaeob, house 52 Hanover 

Foster (Jacob), Cowdin (John) & Co. (Moses F. Stimson)^ 

soapstone works, Charlestown and Front 
Foster James, laborer, 44 Pond 
Foster James H. & Son (Charles S.), paper hangings, 

156 Wash. h. 70 Bedford 
Foster James H. jr. 6 Federal court 
Foster J Frederick, truss maker, h. 74 Pleasant 
Foster Jeremiah, fruit cellar, 1 Wash. h. 2 Somerset pi. 
Foster Joel, W. I. goods, 81 Commercial, h. Vine 
Foster John, shipjoiner, Commercial near Foster 
Fo.ster John, stevedore, 201 Ann - 

Foster John, teamster, 81 Sea 
Foster John H house 12 Hollis 

Foster John H. (Phineas F. <^ Co.), h. 5 Bulfinch place 
Foster Johnson W. cabinetmaker, h. Church, n.S, Cedar 
Foster Josepli, goldsmith, 171 Ann 
Foster Joseph, first clerk State treasury 
Foster Joshua, mariner, r. Greenough lane 
Foster Leonard, h. Nassau court 
Foster Lucretia, widow, 7 Brattle 
Foster Martha, widow, 4 Vernon 
Foster Mary, widow. 137 Tremont 
Foster Matthias S., W. I. goods, 27 Com. h. 7 N. Centre 
Foster Nathan, fruit, 13 Water, h. 1 Spring st. court 
Foster Nathaniel, rear 6 Staniford 
Foster Phineas &l Co. (John H. Foster), dry goods, 34 

Central, h. 5 Bulfinch place 
Foster Samuel B. house 2 Bedford 
Foster Samuel H. house 39 Bowdoin 
Foster Sarah, fancy goods, 290 Washington cor. Bedford 
Foster Thomas, housewright, h. 19 Province H. court 
Foster Thomas H. suspender maker, 33 School, house 

19 Province House court 
Foster Thos. R. (Wellington & F.), h. 6 Bulfinch 
Foster Thomas W. clerk, house 5 Vine 
Foster VVm. D. provisions, Bromfield, h. rear 10 Bedford 
Foster William, mason, 154 Hanover 


Foster William E. cooper, h. Wash. pi. cor. Gibbs lane 
Foster William E. physician, office 1 S. Bennet 
Foster William, house Exchange Coffee House 
Fovvle Chas. S.'(lVcthereU, Foicic ^- Barlow), h. 14 Elliot 
Fowie George M. merchant, 8 India vvf h. 107 Front 
Fowle George, monitorial sch. Fayette ct. h. 49 South 
Fowle Henry, pump maker, house 49 South 
Fowle Henry, jr., Ann head Sargent's and Union wharf 
Fowle Isaac & Co. (Spencer Bc.afJy ^' J. D. S/- W. H. 

jPo7tf/c), carvers, 107 Commercial, h. 246 Hanover 
Fowle James, druggist, corner Leveret 
Fowle John D. {Isaac F. «^ Co.), h. 24G Hanover 
Fowle John, boards 3 Newbury place 
Fowle {Parker) &■ Brewer {G. Jl.), carpet store, 164 

Wash. F.'s h. 12 Harvard 
Fowle Seth W. druggist, Salem cor. Prince, h. 83 Salem 
Fowle William B. female monitorial school, Temple av. 

h. 101 Essex 
Fowle {Wiliiam) & Allen (F. D.), dry goods, 93 Kilby. 

Fowle's house 2 Province House court 
Fowle William H. carver, h. 246 Hanover 
Fowler Albert, mariner, boards 106 Purchase 
Fowler Asahel, housewright, 3 Cooper 
Fowler John, laborer, Fleet 
Fowler John R. coach maker, rear 104 Sea 
Fowler O. R. painter, 95 Pond 
Fowler Mary, widow, house 22 Bulfinch 
Fowles Mary, widow, 1 May 

Fox Charles, instructer, Boylston school, h. 5 Hollis 
Fox Ellen, laundress, Market place 
Fox George H. clerk, Williams ct. 
Fox Jacob, turner, rear 129 Cambridge, h. do. 
Fox John, baker, h. 1 Cedar street c«)urt 
Fox Peter, laborer, 6 Wharf 
Fox Rachel, widow, 5 Columbia 
Fox Richard, painter, house 11 Federal court 
Foxcroft Betsey, widow, house 13 Beacon 
Foye John, ropemaker, Suffolk rear 815 Washington 
Foye John, jr. housewright, house Arnold 
Foy William, laborer, op. 16 Ash 
Foy Patrick, milkman, rear 4th street; 
Flacker William, turner. Battery 
Francis David {Munroe & F.), library, 364 Washington, 

house 5 La Grange place 
Francis Ebenezer, merchant, h. Somerset 



Frances Frederick, laborer, Humphrey place 

Francis James, bookbinder, Soutli end Washington 

Francis John, coppersmith, 3, h. 12 Marshall 

Francis Mary, widow, 59 Hanover 

Francis Nathaniel (//. Graij &• Co.), h. 15 Montgona. pi. 

Francis Nath'l, pumpmaker, 52 India wf. h. 95 Purchase 

Francis Peter L. grocer, Butolph 

Francis Simon, grocer, Brighton corner Leveret 

Francis Thomas D. painier, h. 32 Fayette 

Francis Thomas D. h. 30 Bridge 

Franc Peter, laborer, Williams court 

Franck Jazeniah, liv. stable, op. GOl Wash. h. 41 Warren 

Franks Charles F. mariner, 72 Prince 

Franksen John H. clothing, 2 Clinton, h. Fulton 

Fraser Simon, shoemaker, rear 32 Pleasant 

Frazier George, tailor, boards 64 Essex 

Frazier Hannah, widow of James, rear 20 Pleasant 

Frederickson Adolph, Battery 

Freeland Ann, widow, iJ21 Ann 

Freeman Benj. dry goods, 12 Chatham, li. 16 Purchase 

Freeman, Cobb <k Co. (C L. Roberts, H. S. Kendall, 

Eben. Rhoades ^ E. G. Roberts), dry g'ds, 71 Milk 
Freeman Edmund, 122 Faneuil Hall market 
Freeman John, transportation agent. Bos. & Wor. Rail 

Road, h. 7 S. Bennet 
Freeman John D. printer, 110 Wash. h. 14 Chambers 
Freeman Josephus, caulker. Battery 
Freeman Moses, machinist, boards 4 Prov. House court 
Freeman Peter W., Sec'y Boston Ins. Co. h. 27 High 
Freeman Simon B. housewright, h. 36 Belknap 
Freeman Watson, crock, ware, 12 Chatham, h. 3 Barton 
Freeman (Win.) & Fisk (Sam.), dry goods, 7 Liberty sq. 

F.'s h. 49 Cambridge 
French Abram (/. B. Pierce & Co.), h. 2 Poplar 
French Anthony, 4 Bridge court 
French Alpheus T. 14 Faneuil Hall market 
French & Arnold, truckmen, count, r. 118 State] 
French A. S. See Gale & F. 

French Arthur, merchant, 16 Howe's wf. h. 8 Lincoln 
French Benjamin, housewright, h. South Foster place 
French Benj. & Co. (John Dane), merch. 12 S. Market, 

house 1 Leveret 
French Benjamin V., W. I. goods, 334, h. 332 Wash. 
French Charles D. clerk, h. 23Tremont,n. Washington 


French (Ckas.) & Davenport (Geo.), W. I. goods, t 

Central wf. French's house 1 Essex court 
French Charles, druggist, 181 Hanover, h. 9 N. Bennet 
French Daniel, housewright, h. I street, cor. 1st street 
French David, soda maker, h. Market place 
French Ebenezer, painter, h. 4 Distil-house square 
French Elizabeth, widow, opposite 1 Norfolk place 
French Emma, widow, h. 1 May 
French Ephraim, wirevvorker, Portland, h. 2 Poplar 
French Hiram, 13 F. H. market, h. 4 Bath 
French James H. paper hanger, Blackstone, h. 38 Union 
French John, 8 Long wharf, h. 637 Washington 
French Jefferson, mason, Merrimac 
French John, distiller, Essex, h. South street court 
French John E. blacksmith, 37 Salem 
French Jonathan, house 732 Washington 
French Jonathan, housewright, h. 29 Boylston 
French Jonathan, jr. (T. Lord «^ Co.), h. 744 Washing. 
French Mary, widow, rear Lenox 
French Mary, widow, boarding house, Harvard place 
French Meriam, widow, h. rear 9 S. Russell 
French Moses, h. South Margin 
French Moses, jr. wood and coal, Maine wharf near 

Summer, h. 1 Purchase place 
French Samuel, mason, 4 Bntolph 
French Susan, milliner, 312 Washington 
French Tellitha, widow, rear 120 Purchase 
French Thomas, boarding house, 196 Tremont 
French Thomas, truckman, Cooper 
French Thomas E. comb maker, 3 Graphic court, h. 3 

Cornhill sq. 
French Thos. N. c room 8 Long wf h. 635 Washington 
French William, distiller, Di«til-JiQuse sq. h. 10 do. 
Friedham John, professor music, h. 3 Southac ct. 
Friend (Thatcher) & Atkinson (Henry)^ painters, Scotts 

court. F.'s h. 17 Salem pi. 
Frobisher Benj. C. jeweller, S7 Wash. h. 6 Hayward pi. 
Frobisher Joseph B. house 4th street 
Eroding Mary, widow, 9 Avon place 
Frost Benjamin, painter, h. 115 Pleasant 
Frost Colman, h. 14 Second 
Frost George B. tailor, 13 Myrtle 
Frost Jane, widow, house 44 Bridge 
Frost Joshua portrait painter, 2 Graphic court 
Frost Joseph, 1 Unity court 


Frost Lucy, widow, 1 Harvard 

Frost Lowell, painter, h. 119 Pleasant 

Frost JVathan, 46 Commercial 

Frost Reuben, drain digj^er, rear GO Myrtle 

Frost Samuel T. painter, h. 23 South Ku^^sell 

Frost Scripture, cordw'r, 100 Cambridge, h. 25 Blossom 

Frost Walter, carriage manufactory, lb4 Tremont and 

rear Court, See advertisement 
Frost William, confectioner, 31 Cambridge 
Frost William, merchant, 62 VV^ater, ii. Mt. Vernon 
ji Frost William R. stabler, Hanover 
Frothingham Amos T. teller Tremont Bank 
Frolhingham Eleanor, widow, 9 West 
Frothingfiam Ephraim L. cashier Traders' Bank, h. 1 

Tremont cor. Washington 
Frolhingham G. W. dry goods, 245 Wash. h. 28 Warren 
Frothingham Joanna, widow of Ebenezer, 3 Oak 
Frothingham Lydia, widow, l)ouso Mason 
Frothingham Nat. coachpaint. Hawley pi. h.78 Tremont 
Frothingham Nalh'l, 2d, coachpaint. 9 West^ h. Boylston 
Frothingham Nathaniel F. commis. mer. 25 Long wf. 
Frothingham Nathaniel L., Rev. 43 Summer 
Frothingham Samuel, cashier U. S. Bank, h. 6 Beach 
Frothingham Thomas, coachmaker, 9 West 
Fruin John, whipmaker, h. 547 Washington 
Frye Isaac W. groceries, 17 Beacon, h. 143 Court 
Frye Sarah Jane, h. 6 F'riend street place 
Fry Levi. See Grant & F. 
Fullam David, stable, 2 Bowdoin square 
Fuller Aaron, baker, h. rear 132 Pleasant 
Fuller Abigail, nurse. Church near Piedmont 
Fuller Alexander, boards 3 Morton place 
Fuller Abraham W. counsellor, 31 Court 
Fuller Ebenezer, grocer, 123 Hanover 
Fuller Elijah, boarding house, 105 Tremont 
Fuller Ezra, boards 6 Suffolk place 
Fuller Henry H. counsellor, 6 Stale, h. 2 Avon place 
Fuller James, liousewright, h. 78 Warren 
Fuller Jeremiah, blacksmith, h. Brookline near Suffolk 
Fuller John H. liackman, h. 8 Boylston square 
Fuller John S. south 744 Washington 
Fuller John E. house 1 Pitts 
Fuller Josiah, hackman, 1 1 Portland 
Fuller Mary W. boarding, 2 Newbury place 
Fuller Samuel, last maker, h. 681 Washington 


Fuller Samuel N. bath house, 12 Bath st. h. 54 Friend 
Fuller Seth, bellhanger, 2 Wilson lane, h. Ridgevvay lane 
Fuller Stephen P. surveyor, rear 60 State, h. 17 Hancock 
Fuller Timothy, blacksmith, house 6 Lucas place 
Fuller William F. blacksmith, 34 Prince 
Fuller William M. blacksmith, house 5ih street 
Fuller Zenas, painter, 3 Distil-house square 
Fullerton Henry N. com. merch. C6 Kilby, h.56 Temple 
FuUerton James & Co. {J. Tufts), iron, 1 and 2 South 

Market, house 2 Hancock avenue 
Fullerton Jennet, widov^, rear Leveret lane 
Fullerton Samuel, grocer, 64 Union 
Fullock William G. 48 Ann 
Fullum Jacob, boarding house, Broadway 
Fullton Elizabeth, boarding h. 679 Wash. cor. Carney pi. 
Fullton Samuel, mason, 7 Milton 
Funk Joseph, tailor, h. 24 Hamilton 
Furber John D. tobacconist. 68 Broad, h. at Mansion H. 
Furber Thomas, plater, 16 Uniim, h. 35 Chambers 
Furbush Benjamin F. surveyor, 5 Hull 
Furbush Joseph, laborer, 8 Sudbury 
Furbush James, laborer, 60 Broad 
Furbush Milo, grocer, 43 Federal, house rear 
Furlong Henry, captain, h. 22 Orange 
Furiorg John, laborer, 105 Milk 
Furness Nathaniel H. house 41 Spring 
Furness William, clerk Union Bank, house in Medford 
Furness William, jr. clerk, h. 41 Spring 
Fussell James, tailor, h. 5 Madison place 

GABRIEL JOHN, sailmaker, house rear N. Margin 
Gaffield Esther, h. Deacon 

Gaffield Thomas, cordwainer, 48 Congress, house rear i 
Gage Aaron, dry goods, 53 Hanover, h. 1 Prospect 
Gage {Addison G.) & Streeter (J\athan H.) stablers, 

Bromfield, boards 5 Province House court 
Gage Benjamin W. crockery, 144 Wash. h. 176 do. 
Gage Ebenezer S., 46 Washington, h. 23 Brattle 
Gage John (Jenness, G. & Moody), h. at Com. Coffee H. 
Gage Moses, hair dresser, 46 Merchants row, boards 

Eastern Stage house 
Gahagan James, boarding, 165 Ann 
Gair John, sailmaker, Liverpool wf. h. 72 Purchase 
Gale Isaac, 101 Faneuil Hall market 
Gale John, 1 Fayette avenue 


Gale L. B. surjifeon, 3 Bowdoin sq. h. 74 Temple 

Gale {MiJton) & French {/I. S ), lealh. deal. a2N. Market 

Gale Milton, boards 25 Brattle 

Gale Nathaniel, clothing, IbU Ann 

Gale Samuel, house B street 

Gal V in Peter, laborer, house CreeU square 

Gallagher Thomas, laborer, North Rlargiti 

Gallauciet Edward, erigraver, 4 Court 

Gallavvay Joanna, widow, 91 Merrimac 

Galley Richard, laborer, hoards 30 Sea 

Gallot Nathan, sexton, house Hayrnarket place 

Gallon Jan)es, mariner, rear North square 

Galloope Richard, hairdresser, Congress square, h. Hull 

Galucia Ambrose B. painter, Bath corner Water, 1j. corner 

Short street court 
Gamage John W. house rear Northampton n, Plymouth 
Gamble Alexander, laborer, 186 Ann 
Gammell Eliza and Sarah, house 30 South 
Gammell Samuel, boarding house, opposite 4 Columbia 
Gammon Stephen, cordwainer, h. 67 Bedford 
Gammon William, laborer, house 07 Bedford 
Gannett Clarissa, nurse, opposite 34 Elliot 
Gannett Cole, shipwright, house Cotton place 
Gannett Ezra S. Rev. 28 South 
Gannett Isaac, cooper, 55 Prince 
Gannett Nahum, stonecutter, h. rear 61 South 
Ganncm Michael, laborer, 2 Wharf 
Ganzler George, teamster, 17 Second 
Garaux Francis, baker, 17 Portland 
(iardiner Mary, widow of Rev. Dr. house Temple place 
Gardiner William H. (Dexter «fe G.), h. Temple place 
Gardner Caleb, baker. May corner Butolph 
Gardner Elizabeth, widow, 22 South Russell 
Gardner Francis, counsellor, 3 Franklin avenue 
Gardner Hannah, widow, rear 121 Pleasant 
Gardner Jairus, machinist, house 6 Sudbury 
Gardner James K. dry goods. 55 Hanover 
(iardrier John, hardware, S Liberty sq. h. 39 Mt. Vernon 
Gardner John, mariner, h. Commercial opposite Foster 
Gardner John, plane makf-r, h. Soulhac corner Grove 
Gardner John L. {Lowell iSi G.), house 1 Beacon 
Gardner Joseph H., Sec'ry Neptune Insurance Company 
Gardnei (Leavitt) jfc Murdock {Jlmasn,jr.), planemakers, 

4 Green. Gardner's house 1 Milton 
Gardner Loring, shipsmith, Cotton place, h. 4 Purchase 


Gardner Mary, ready made linen, 256 Washington '* 

Gardner Mary J. widow of Simon, 13 Pearl place ^ 

Gardner Oakman, housowright, May 

Gardner Robert, laborer, rear Castle 

Gardner (Robert) & Sylvester {Adam), W. I. goods,; 

Gardner Russell, housewright, h. rear Canton n. Dedham 
Gardner Samuel P. merchant, house 33 Summer 
Gardner William, housewright, rear 344 Washington 
Gardner William C. See Cazenove &. Co. 
Garland Daniel, mason, h. 80 Warren 
Garland James, housewright, r. 530 Wash, h. 86 Warrem 
Garland John, baker, house rear Unity 
Garland Joseph, 3 Pond 
Garran Jabez, house Unity 
Garrett Robert, hoarding house, 198 Ann 
Garrety Thomas, laborer, 22 Stillman 
Garrety Thomas, laborer, 2 Wharf 

Garrghty Michael, marble polisher, rear 664 Washington 
Garrison {IViUiam L.) & Knapp (/5«<ic), publishers Lib- 
erator, 31 Cornhill 
Gartland Peter, mason, rear 23 South Russell 
Garvin Chauncey, mason, h. 7 Boylston square 
Gaskell Lyman C. clothes, 61 Washington, h. 13 Cross* 
Gass Joseph, stonecutter, Brighton, house 3 1-2 Spring 
Gassett Henry & Co. {MExander S. Riley), English goods, 
14 Kilby, house 50 Summer * 

Gates Columbus, physician, 133 Hanover 
Gaies Fanny, widow, nurse, 71 Elliot 
Gates Israel, house Newborn place ' 

Gates James W. & Co, (Levi & IVilliam Heyicood), chair 

dealers, 42 India. Gates boards 4 Bowdoin 
Gates Jacob, physician, 13 Franklin 
Gates J'onathan, laborer, h. 31 Belknap * 

Gault Benjamin, laborer, 2d street 
Gault Robert, typefounder. Charter 
Gavett James, tallow chandler, h. 33 Thacher 
Gavett James H. house 10 1-2 Pleasant 
Gavett Jonathan, groceries, Tremont, h. Warren place 
Gavett Joseph, cordwainer, house Wheeler's court 
Gavett Robert, machinist, house 33 Warren 
Gavett William R. dry goods, Washington cor. Boylston, 

boards 2 La Grange place 
Gay Charles E. grocer, 237 Ann, house 3 Moon 
Gay Eben F. house 155 Hanover 


Gay (Eben V.) & Veasie {Eli)^ shoes, 41 Merchants row. 

Gay's house rear 13 Richmond 
Gay George, counsellor, 20 Court, h. Hollis cor. Tremont 
Gay George H. dentist, 252 Washington 
Gay Lemuel, house I'JO Hanover 
Gay Lewis H. {Baldicin 8^f G.), house 13 Centre 
Gay Martin, physician, 48 Milk, boards 8 Pearl 
Gay (Phineas E.) & Bird (Sam. J.), iron dealers, 44 India 
Gay Phineas E. house 95 Pleasant 
Gay Robert H. merchant, 13 Long wharf 
Gay Rufus M. clerk in Custom House, boards 17 Pearl 
Gay Sally M. boarding, 98 Court 
Gay Stephen, intelligence office, 3 Brattle square 
Gayle Levingston, mariner, Washington avenue 
Ga^lord Charles, printer and inkmaker, 2d street 
Geitner Charles, teacher of music, 101 Tremont 
George Abiiiail, boarding house, rear ICl Washington 
George Asa, housewright, house Garden 
George Hiram, housewright, house Northampton 
George John S. shoemaker, 90 Sea 
George Luke, housewright, house 43 Leveret 
George Luke, merchant, house 43 Leveret 
George Natlianiel, machinist, h. Silver 
George Nathaniel M. & Co. (Luke), flour, 40 Long wf, 

house North Russell 
Germaine Susan, widow, 80 Pond ' 

Gerrish James, blacksmith, rear Broadway 
Gerrish Thomas, brickmaker, rear Broadway 
Gerry Efbridge, merchant, 62 Kilby, h. 22 Beacon 
Gerry (Samuel L.) & Burr (Jcunes), ornamental painters, 

3 Cornhill. Gerry's house 3 Madison place 
Geyer Andrew, druggist, 104 Hanover 
Geycr Charles, mustard factory, Cross, h. 29 do. 
Geyer George, cooper, Brighton near Poplar 
Geyer J. W. merchant, 14 Rowe's wharf 
Geyer Mary F. leeching establishment, 182 Tremont 
Gherade Alexander, musician, bonrds 17 Franklin place 
Gibbens Daniel L. grocer, 218 Washington 
Gibbens Margaret, house Williams court 
Gibbens Mary D. widow of George M, 26 Orange 
Gibbs Abigail, 38 Milk 

Gibbs Ira, lumber. East, house rear 44 Essex 
Gibbs Nathan B. (Benj. Burgess &Son),h. High c. Sum' 
Gibbs Sarah, house Mount Vernon 
Gibson Anna P. tailoress, Hajniarket place 


Gibson Betsey, house 101 Washington 

Gibson Charles L. 16 Kilbv 

Gibson George, house 101 Washington 

Gibson George G. house 45 Fayetla 

Gibson James, captain, h. 20 Thacher 

Gibson Jolin B. merchant, h. 32 Chesnut 

Gibson John M. innholder, 107 Milk 

Gibsorj Hosea, paperhanger, h. Mason corner Avery 

Gibson Joseph, clerk, rear 18 i^outh Bennet 

Gibson Kimball {Mc/iols 4^ G.), house lOG Charles 

Gibson Thomas, boarding, 243 Ann 

Gifford Alden, captain, 5G Leveret 

GifFord Ann, widow, rear 12 South Russell 

Gilbert Anthony, hairdresser, 250 Washington 

Gilbert Ashel, housewright, h. 19 N. Russell 

Gilbert Benjamin J. 37 Warren 

Gilbert Benjamin R. {Gilbert .!(/ Sons), h. 533 Washington 

(lilbert Henry S. boards 105 Front 

Gilbert Increase, pianofortemaker, h. 9 S. Bennet 

Gilbert John, jr. VV. I. goods, 1G5 Tremont, h. 12 Hanover 

GiH)ert Lemuel (T. Gilbert <^- Co.), h. 1 Jefferson place 

Gilbert Luther, groceries, 10 Jjcveret, h. 6 Lyman place 

Gilbert Sarah M. widow, 100 Ann 

Gilbert Timo. & Co. {Henry Safford <fe Lemuel Gilbert), 
pianoforte manufactory, 393 & 400 Wash. h. 10 Front 

Gilbert & Sons {Samuel, Samuel jr. and Benjamin R.)f 
exchange otiice, Exchrmge 



















Ibert Samuel, house 527 Washington 

Ibert Samuel, jr. house 531 Washington 

le A, G. See Noyes «fe G. 

les Ann, millinery, 212, house 210 Washington 

les John B. house rear 44 Pond 

II Christopher, captain, house 6 Fayette 

II Daniel, laborer, h. rear 8 South street place 

II Eliza, 446 Washington ' 

II Henry, laborer, rear 194 Hanover 

II Michael, laborer, 74 Warren 

II Perez, lumber. Front, house 12 South Bennet 

11 Simon, captain, 22 Brighton 

II Samuel W. machinist, house Canal 

II Thomas, tailor, Turnpike near 4th street 

11 William, bookbinder, h. 3 Cornhill square 

llespie John W. housewright, h. Castle n. Middlesex 

llett Philo A. clerk, boards at Kilburn's Coffee House 

llfeather Daniel, laborer, Jl Distii-house square 


Gillfeather Margaret, widow, South Margin 

GilHng John, mariner, Langdon place 

Gilman George W. {Cmnmings 4" G.), h. 134 Hanover 

Gilman Joseph, tailor, h. 18 HainiUon 

Gilman Nathaniel, confectioner, Salem corner Cross 

Gillon JNeal, laborer, rear 20 Pleasant 

Gilman M. S. L. sailmaker, h. Lancaster 

Gilman Zebnion, boarding house, 39 Leveret 

Gilmore Addison (Foss «fc G.), h. 4 Orange court 

Gilmore Freeman, clerk, house 34 Charles , 

Gilmore James, house 97 llurchase 

Gilmore Jos(?ph A. {Lcacfi, Crosby &/• G.), h. 2 Oliver 

Gilmore Josiah, merchant, 12 S. Market, h. 7 Causeway 

GiJson Asa, jr. house 18 Blossom 

Gilson Henry Y. last maker, h. rear C81 Washington 

Gilson Jonas, housewright, house rear Northampton 

Gilson (Joshua) & Livermore (JVm..), grocers, West cor. 

Mason, and Warien cor. Elliot. G. boards 12 Avery 
Ginkison William G. cartman, N. Margin 
Giraud Mary, house C8 Belknap 
Givven John S. housewright, 13 Charter 
Glasby John, laborer, h. rear 3d street 
Glazier Jotham, innholder, Warren Hotel 
Glazier L C. See Waller Corey & Co. 
Gleason Charles, cooper, 4th street 
Gleason Charles F. bookbinder, h. 26 Portland 
Gleason Horace, attorney, 9 State 
Gleason John, laborer, rear 37 Brighton 
Gleason Philip, housewright, h. rear 8 Fayette 
Gleason William T. printer, 35 Pinckney 
Glines Nathan H. stall 6 Boylston market 
Glines Simeon D. house 14 N. Russell 
Glover Elisha V. constable, 2 Franklin av. h. Southac ct. 
Glover Edward, house 49 Charter 
Glover Enoch, Leveret court 

Glover Georse W. hoiisewrisht, 99, house 91 Charles 
Glover John B. boards 17 South Bennet 
Glover Jonas, captain, 8 Oak 
Glover Lewis J. physician, 26 Orange 
Glover Mary, Butolph 

Glover William, umbrella maker, h. oppo. Norfolk pi. 
Glynn John, bell hanger, Marlboro' pi. h. Wheeler's ct. 
Godbold {Gustavvs Jl.) &, Greene (E. L.), shipsmiths, 

Commercial n. Ann. Godbold's h. Henchman lane 
Godbold John, clerk, 8 Tileston 


Goddard Charlotte, 147 Ann 

Godd.ird Klias \V. {Clapp &. G.), house 5 Unity 

Goddard Eunice, widow, 7 Tileston 

Goddard George A. house Walnut 

Goddard Ira, cordvvaincr, 15 Cross 

Goddard James, coachmaker, oppo. 10 West, h. 16 Avery 

Goddard John, masttnaker, 14 Fh;et, 

Goddard Jonathan, liouse 571 Washington 

Goddard Nathaniel, nier. 1() Union wf. h. 53 Summer 

Goddard Sarah, widow of George S. house 3 Stillman 

Goddard {Thomas) &. Dennis (Enoch), coach and chaise 

makers, JDOTremont. G.'s house 25 Poplar 
(xoddard Thomas A. clerk, house IG Avery 
Goddard William W. provisions, 9 Balterymarch, h. do. 
Goddard William, housewright, South, house 49 Sea 
Goddard William & Son (iViUiam IV.), merchants, 48 

Central wharf, house 4 Hamiltoij place 
Goddard William, jr. housewright, h. Newbern place 
Goditig Henry, refreshments, head Otis's wharf 
Goff Sarah, widow of Ebenezer, 20 Washington place 
Goff Sarali, nurse, rear 32 Pleasant 
GotF William, house Arnold 
GofFe Joseph, 16 Sheate 
Golden Patrick, laborer, rear 104 Purchase 
Golderman Casper, lailor, 43 Cornhill, h. rear 56 Poplar 
Golding Geo. mes. N. E. Marine Ins. Off. h. 41 Atkinson 
Golding John P. straw & silk manu. 3 Lindall, h. 89 High 
Goldsmith Jonathan, huusevvrii'lit, 40 iVlerrimac 
Goldsmith L. M. 9 Merchants row 

Goldsmith Seth, binder, Franklin av. h. 1 South st. court 
(loldihwaii Joseph G. house 3 Cross 
Go(»ch Sa.'Tiuei, cooper, Suffolk corner Carney pi. 
Goodale Alice, widow, Humphrey place 
Goodale Joshua, weigl)er, 30 India wf. h. 36 Fayette 
Goodbv James. See Ward, G. »t Co. 
Goodby William. See Ward, G. &• Co. 
Guodell John G. victualler, Merrimac cor. Pitts 
Goodell Joseph W. clerk, house 95 Summer 
Goodenow Julia, nurse, 4 Carver 
Goodhue Charles B. jeweller, 15 Union 
Goodhue Isaac, coach and chaise maker, Northampton, 

h. south end Washinglon 
Goodhue J. S. hiirdresser, 3 Summer 
Goodhue Moses C. cooper, Broadwav 
Gooding Betsy, widow of Thomas, 219 Hanover 


Goodinfr Henry, watchmakor, 65 Wash. h. 5 Montg. pi. 

Gooding Thomas, brassfotuidcr, 18 Pitts 

Goodnow Charles, housewrighl, horse Market place 

Goodnow D. &. G., W. 1. goods, 577 Washington 

Goodt)o\v John (Piercp. ^' G.), hoards 11 Elm 

Goodrow Jones, paver, house Blossom court 

Goodnow Lyman, paver, Cainl)ridge corner Charles 

Goodnow Peter, domes. g'd.s,2.') Central, h. 21 La Gra. pi. 

Goodnow Susan, boarding, h. 9 Morton place 

Goodrich Edward, 2 Tilesttm 

Goodrich Eben. organ builder, r. 33 Wash. h. 63 Hancock 

Goodrich (Ira) & Huntington ( L. ./? ), tailors, 5 Joy's b'g 

Goodrich Isaac W. stationer, 58 Waslung. h. 21 Cambr. 

Goodrich Mary, widow, 4 Clark 

Goodrich Oliver, house 10 Blossom 

Goodiich Samuel G. editor, 8 School 

Goodridge Ambrose H. printer, h. 6 Stillman place 

Goodridge Elizabeth, miniature painter, h. Lyman place 

Goodridge Frederick. See Stickriey & G. 

Goodridge Joseph, housewriiiht, 51 Spring 

Goodridge Levi, cistern builder, Mech. pi. h. 33 Warren 

Goodridge Lowell, fruit, &c. 490 Washington, h. Church 

Goodridjje Nancv, dressmaker, 18 Warren 

Goodridge Pliilip W. housewright, rear 83 Sea 

Goodridi'e Sam'l.ship chan. 6 Central wharf, h. Atkinson 

Goodridge Satnuel W. cooper, house 25 Carver 

Goodridge Sarah, miniature painter, 03 Hancock 

Goodridge Sarah G. 39 Carver 

Goodspeed James R. carpenter, rear 81 Sea 

Goodwin Benjamin, mason, 4 Bridge court 

Goodwin Cha's, dry g'ds, 74 Hanov. h. 6 Prov. H. court 

Goodwin Enoch, cooper, head Rowe's wf. h. 8 Columbia 

Goodwin George, Hanover avenue 

Goodwin Ivory, teamster, house rear Lenox 

Goodwin John M. cash. People's B. Kox. h. S. end Wash. 

Goodwin Joseph. See Stetson &. G. 

Goodwin Margaret, vvidf)W of Nathl, 7 N. Bennet 

Goodwin Ozias, merch't, 39 India wharf, h. 56 Beacon 

Goodwin Robert, cooper, house 4 Oliver place 

Goodwin Thomas, house 20 Thar;her 

Googins James B. Iab(jrer, rear Broadway 

Googins Mark (JYute <^ G.), house 98 Salem 

Gookin (Charles), Hobart (£. JV.) & Co. (Josiah Battis), 

merchants, 8 India wharf 
Gooneli William, Barrett i 


Gordon Augustus, Market place 

Gordon Charles P. 18 North Bennet 

Gordon Elizabeth, widow, house 108 Cambridge 

Gordon George D. See Messinger, MiricU & Co. 

Gordon (George W.) & Stoddard {Lends r.),dry goods, 

78 State. Gordon's h. 3 Staniford 
Gordon James, laborer, house rear 730 Washington 
Gordon John, tobacconist, 159 Ann 
Gordon John, provisions, 108, boards 106 Salem 
Gordon M. O. furniture, 4 Dock squiue 
Gordon Oliver S. provisions, 597 Washington, h. Castle 
Gordon 'rhomas, coachman, house 20 Summer 
Gordon William, laborer, house George 
Gure Christopher, painter, 8 Batterymarch, li. 35 Prince 
Gore Christopher, jr. h. 4 Spring street court 
Gore Jeremiah, jr. 138 Purchase 
Gore Stephen, jr. house Nassau court 
Gore Stephen, 3d, High street place 
Gore Watson. Sec Smith Si, G. 
Gorham Andrew, house Cotting place 
Gorham Benjamin, 17 Court, house 126 Tremont 
Gorham Elizabetli, widow, 9 Piedmont 
Gorham Erastus, refreshm. cellar, c. Summer and Wash. 
Gorham John W. boards 11 Montgomery place 
Gorham James L, See Joseph Whitney & Co. 
Gorham Mary, widow of Dr. Jolm, h. 11 Montgomery pi. 
Gorma Charles, house 33 School 
Gorman James, laborer, house Creek square 
Gorman John, blacksmith, 40 Pond 
Gorman Thomas, laborer, 25 Charter 
Goss John, mason, house 5 Derne • : 

Goss Mary, milliner, house and shop 67 Tremont 
Goss Orra, fruiterer, 1 City Hall, h. 4 South Cedar 
Goss Roswell, fruit, 1 Congress square, h. 4 S. Cedar Sylvester T. teller State Bank, house 1 Nassau 
Gossler ( Gustavus) & Knorre (Cha's), 70 Stale, h. 3 Pearl 
Gotleff Augustus, mariner, 14 Marshall 
Gould Abraham, 4th street 
Gould Ann, widow of John R. 40 Temple 
Gould Augustus A. physician, house 6 Howard 
Gould Benjamin, mason, house 4 Suffolk 
Gould B. A. 33 Union wharf, h. 5 Winthrop place 
Gould Benj. T. groc. Merrimac c. Causeway, h. 1 Prosp. 
Gould Catharine W, tailoress, S. Cedar near Church 
Gould Ch. D. house 6 West Cedar 


Gould Clarissa, widow, house 3 South Cedar 

Gould {Charles D.), Kendall (C. S.) & Lincoln (Joshua), 

booksellers, 59 Wash. G.'s house 6 VV. Cedar 
Gould Cyrus P. rear 4 Hull 

Gould E. P. truckman, City wharf, h. 2 Tileston 
Gould Eunice, widow, 96 Tremoni 
Gould Frederick {Eaton 8^ G.), h. Prince corner Hanover 
Gould Hannah, widow, Co Elliot 
Gould John, slate dealer, h. 4th, near D street 
Gould {John G.) & Blackmer {Holland), housewrights, 

Charlestown. Gould's li. 31 Poplar 
Gould Jonathan, 39 Prince 
Gould John S. laborer, 16 Hawkins 
Gould Joshua, cabinetmaker, house rear 2 Pleasant 
Gould Lydia, widow, 14 Spring 
Gould Richard H. house 1 Orange 
Gould Robert S. caulker and graver, h. 240 Hanover 
Gould Samuel, tailor, 89 Broad, h. 8 Province House ct. 
Gould Samuel, clothes, 66 Ann 
Gould {Stephen L.), Wilder {Benj. G.)&Co. (L. Wilkins 

d^ D. B. JVeichall), pianoforte manu. Boylston near 

Wash. G.'s house 2 Jefferson 
Gould T. C. boarding, 240 Ann 
Gould Thaddeus, machinist, North Margin 
Gould Thomas, housewright, 25 Friend 
Gould Thomas, jr. housewright, house Baldwin place 
Gould William, 4th, rear D street 
Gould William, baker, Clark corner Ann 
Gould Waller, mariner, house 73 Elliot 
Goulding John, machinist, r. Northamp. l^S. end Wash. 
Gove Charles, truckman, house Thacher 
Gove Charles J. stock manufacturer, h. 4th near Turnpike 
Gove Jeremiah D. {Taylor ^ G.), house 26 Friend 
Gove {John) & Locke {Edicard), clothes, 60 Commer. 

Gore's house Langdon place 
Gove Rodney, sexton, b'ds rear St. Paul's cliurch, Trem. 
Gow Joseph B. real estate broker, 3 Federal 
Gowan Benjamin, caulker and graver, 7 Bartlett 
Gowan Rebecca, nurse, Bartlett 
Gowing Nancy, widow, boarding house, 93 Summer 
Gowland Ann, widow, rear 63 Warren 
Grace Joseph, cooper, 18 Fleet 
Grace Margaret, widow, rear Centre 
Grace Michael, caulker, house rear 3d street 
Grace Michael, laborer, 80 Elliot 


(jfraeter Francis, instructer, house 654 Washington 

Grafton Daniel, house J Somerset court 

Grafton Joseph, measurer, Cus. H. h. Tremont n. Wash. 

Gragg John, truckman, house North square 

Gragg Oliver, house 6 Waverley place 

Gragg Samuel, chairmaker, house 11 Crescent place 

Gragg William Francis, collector, house 7 Boylston sq. 

Gragg Washington P. counsellor, and assistant clerk of 

the Senate, 41 State, b'ds 11 Crescent place 
Graham Henry Y. machinist, 14 Water, h. 14 Marshall 
Graham Jatnes, laborer, Humphrey place 
Graham John, wharf builder, Charlestown cor. Travers 
Grahl Henry, laborer, rear 65 Elliot 
Granger David, surveyor, 4 State 
Grant A. Watson, Russia wharf, h. 21 Somerset 
Grant Augustus, bathing house, Cragie's bridge . I 

Grant {Benj. B.), Seaver (G.) & Co. (G. R. Dtnsmoor & ' 

R. Burnett), dry g'ds, 5 Liberty sq. G.'s h. 1 Mt.Vern. 
Grant Charles, paper dealer, 11 Washington 
Grant Daniel, housewright, h. opposite 111 Pleasant 
Grant {Eliza) & Ames {Mary Jinn), dressmakers, house i 

75 Cambridge 
Grant Ira, house 38 Salem 
Grant James, blacksmith, house 118 Sea 
Grant Keziah, boarding house, 40 Federal 
Grant {Moses) &.. Daniell {Otis), paper store, 9 Union. 

Grant's house 7 Cambridge. See advertisement 
Grant Olive, house 38 Salem 
Grant Patrick, 20 Court, house 9 Mt. Vernon 
Grant {Theodore) & Fry {Levi), variety shop, corner 

Brighton and Leveret 
Graupncr Gottlieb, prof music, h, 1 Province House ct. 
Graves Hannah, widow. Moon 
Graves Rebecca, widow, rear Merrimac 
Graves William, flour mer. 15 Long wf h. 11 Myrtle 
Gray Benjamin, house 60 Poplar 
Gray Charles, clothing, 150 Ann, h. North square 
Gray Edward, captain, rear 57 Elliot 
Gray Edward L. captain, house 5 Sister 
Gray Edward L. jr. {Miller, S/ielton^ Co.), h. 5 Sister 
Gray Fanny, nurse, 10 Purchase 
Gray Francis, painter and glazier, h. 44 Merrimac 
Gray Francis H. physician, c. Hancock and Cambridge 
Gray Francis C. counsellor, 17 Court, h. 41 Beacon 
Gray Frederick T. Rev. house 2 Cambridge 


Gray George, honsewright, house 4 Stillman place 
Gray George H. &, Co. {William G. Prince), hardware, 

91 Kilby, house 286 Washington 
Gray Harrison. See Hilliard, Gray & Co. 
Gray Henry D., W. I. g'ds, 24 India, house Snowhill 
Gray Hiram, mariner, 18(3 Ann 
Gray Horace &, Co. {Sam'l Dow, jr. and JVath. Francis)^ 

mer. 7 Commercial wharf, h. 57 Summer 
Gray Joanna, widow of Samuel, house 10 Gouch 
Gray John, house 280 Washington 
Gray John, housewright, 46 South Margin 
Gray John, laborer, 324 Ann 
(j'ray John C. counsellor, house 36 Summer 
Gray Joseph, plasterer, h. rear 18 Soutli Russell 
Gray Martha, widow of Robert, 40 Salem 
Gray Mary, widow, 436 Washington 
Gray Noah, cordwainer. Prince near Hanover 
Gray Richard, house Pemberton hill, Tremont 
Gray Richard, jeweller, house Newbern place 
Gray (/?.) & Johnson (G. L.), fish and provisions, Brom- 

field. Gray's h. rear 200 Washington 
Gray Sam'l C. merchant, 31 Central wf. h. 53 Mt. Vernon 
Gray Thomas (Hawes, G. & Co.), house 38 High 
Gray Thomas, jr. physician, Norfolk avenue 
Gray Thomas S. laborer, rear 27 Milk 
Gray William, counting room, Hobbs's wf b'ds 9 Elm 
Gray William, attorney, 17 Court, house 5 Franklin 
Gray William, rigger, Ann corner Clark 
Gray William (Homer S^ G.), house 2 Central court 
Gray William R. clerk, house Church 
Greaton Lucretia, instructress, h. 103 Tremont 
Greek Joseph, mariner. Sun court 
Greelc Samuel, house 18 Winthrop place 
Greeley Joseph, clerk, h. 3 Province House court 
Greeley Philip, jr. {Nathaniel Dana & Co.), h. 17 Carab. 
Green Abraham S. turner, house 7 Boylston square 
Green Andrew, measurer, Custom H. h. 59 Belknap 
Green Ann, widow of Jonas, house 59 Court 
Green Ann, widow of Richard, h. 2 Bedford place 
Green Belinda, dressmaker, 164 Hanover 
Green Caleb, cooper, lioiise Battery 
Green Charles P. See Jones & G. 
Green Ellis B. Hancock Bank, house 22 Leveret 
Green Elizabeth, widow, 90 Warren 
Green Francis, painter, house 13 South street place 


Green George, pumpmaker, 285 Ann, h. Henchman lane 

Green Henry T. jewelry, 35 Wash, b'ds Holland's liotel I 

Green Hannah, widow of Isaac, rear 1 Broadway 

Green John, mason. North square 

Green John, cordwainer, rear 337 Washington 

Green John, jr. painter and glazier, 659 VVashington 

Green Joseph, laborer, Conunercial 

Green Joseph D. (Sands ^ G.), house 3d, near A street 

Green Joseph W^. 33 Long wharf 

Green M. W. Lewis's wharf, house Prince " 

Green Patrick, laborer, rear Broadway 

Green Patrick, laborer, rear 93 Warren 

Green Paul, laborer, 20 Sudbury 

Green Rebecca, nurse, 2 Pitts place 

Green Samuel, jr. block tin manufacturer, house 5th st. 

Green Susan, widow, (306 W^ashington 

Green Susannah, Board alley 

Green Thankful, widow, Suffolk corner Carney place 

Green Thomas, clerk, house 25 Poplar 

Green Tho's, blacksmith, Salutation n. railw. h. 9 Sheafe 

Green William, plater, boards 35 Salem 

Green William, jr. printer, house Henchman lane 

Green William, surveyor lumber, 18 Prince 

Greene Benjamin D. house 3 Mt. Vernm 

Greene Benjamin H. bookseller, 124 Wash. h. 103 Salem 

Greene Charles G. {Beals & G.), h. 60 Belknap 

Greene Chri.stopher N. physician, 21 Bedford 

Greene David, Sec. A. B. C. F. M. 28 Cornh. h. 55Pinck. 

Greene David (J. & D. G), house 22 Cross 

Greene Elijah L. See Godbold &■ G. 

Greene Elizabeth, widow of Gardner, h. 32 Beacon 

Greene Franklin, jr. (Hulbrook, G. & C«.),h 48 Essex 

Greene Lydia, widow of Job, house 4 Suffolk place 

Greene Jona. & David, hat store, N. side Fan. H. h. Cross 

Greene Joseph H. shoe store, 163 Court, h. 7 Lyman pi. 

Greene Lucy H. school, Harlaem pi. h. 3 Newbury place 

Greene M and L. T. house 18 Elliot 

Greene Nathaniel, postmaster, house 1 Somerset court 

Greene Samuel D. 130 Sea, h. 3d street 

Greene Simon E. broker, lobby State Bank 

Greenleaf (F'ranA;/«n) it Lemon (William), binders, 96 

Washington. G.'s house 4 Church 
Greenleaf Gardner, mason, 35 Allen 
Greenleaf Nancy, rear 99 Charter 
Greenleaf Nathaniel S. mason, h. rear Charles 


Greenleaf Oliver C. booksell. 118 Wash, b'ds 10 Bulfinch 

Greenleaf Richard C. (C/umdler S^ G), h.467 Washington 

Greenleaf Ruth, toys, 2(J4 Washington 

Greenleaf Simon, otiice 4 Court 

Greenleaf Samuel, merchant, 35 & 36 Commercial wharf, 

house 16 Winthrop place 
Greenleaf William, mason, 10 Vine 
Greenlow Lydia, widow, nurse, 49 Pond 
Greenongh Alfred, merchant, 40 India wharf 
Greenough B. F, & J. J. stereotypers, 17 State 
Greenough Benjamin F. house 3d street 
Greenough George, captain, 2 Tileston 
Greenough J. James, 101 Washington 
Greenough (John G.) & Brown {Jos. M.), housewrights, 

head Otis's wharf, (i.'s house B street 
Greenough Nathaniel, clerk, boards 274 Washington 
Greenough Thomas, cooper, h. 3d street 
Greenough Walter, com. mer. 33 ('entral, h. 9 Purchase 
Greenough William, hardware, 14 Merchants row 
Greenslit Lucius. See Reeves & G. 
Greenwood Bela, 89 Faneuil Hall market 
Greenwood Elizabeth, widow, h. 33 Myrtle 
Greenwood E. L. surgeon dentist, 220 Washington 
Greenwood Ethan A., N. E. Museum, 76 Court 
Greenwood Francis W. P. Rev. 24 Portland 
Greenwood {James fV.) & Hawkins {Geo. IV.), house- 
wrights, Pitts 
Greenwood John, druggist, 69, house 130 Pleasant 
Greenwood John, housewright, S. Margin, h. 33 Myrtle 
Greer Philip, blacksmith, Commercial, li. Snowhill 
Gregerson George, merchant, 24 Long wf h. G2 Pinckney 
Gregerson J. B. physician, 16 Lincoln 
Gregg Daniel, house 27 Myrtle 
Gregg Jane, tailoress, h. 6 Blossom court 
Gregory Deborah, milliner, 202 Washing, h. Harvard pi. 
Gregory Eliza, dressmaker, opposite 79 Pleasant 
Gregson Nancy, 360 Washington 
Grelee Joseph, provisions, 160, h. 156 Purchase 
Grew Henry ( Chace ^ G.). house 51 Bowdoin 
Grew John ( Hosmer S/- G.), house 55 High 
Gridley Eunice, widow, 74 Tremont 
Grid ley H. N. 83 Kilby 
Gridley Mary, widow, 16 Orange 
Gridley Samuel, pianoforte maker, h. rear 52 Tremont 
Gridley William, jr. furniture, Brattle, h. 17 South 


Griffin Edward, teamster, rear 83 Sea 

Griffin Jacob, hackman, boards 14 Federal 

Griffin James, laborer, house 22 Garden 

Griffin John, baker, corner A and 4th streets 

Griffin John, cartman, boards 39 Sea 

Griffin John, laborer, 2d street 

Griffin John M. 81 Charter 

Griffin Mary B. house 2 Bridge 

Griffin Michael, 240 Ann 

Griffin Sarah, widow, South Margin 

Griffin Robert, mat maker, house 65 Elliot 

Griffin Thomas, cordwainer, h. Commercial near Ann i 

Griffin Thomas, laborer, head Ellis's wharf, Ann 

Griffith E. R. painter and glazier, Avery, house do. 

Griffiths Charles {tVelch ^ G.), house I'Hawley 

Griffiths Sarah, widow, 59 Temple 

Grigg Richard, laborer, rear 22 Carver 

Grigg Wm. physician. Athenaeum, Pearl, h. 30 Atkinson 

Griggs Ckarles, clerk, 93 Washing, h. rear 132 Pleasant 

Griggs {David R.), Weld (Mron D.jr.) & Co. {George 

Trufant), merchants, 12 Long wharf 
Griggs Elizabeth C. 727 Washington 
Griggs George S. machinist, h. Church near Madison pi. 
Griggs John, house Lenox 
Griggs John, blacksmith. A street 
Griggs {Nathaniel) & Chickering {Horatio), flour, 22: 

Griggs (JV.) & Liscom (L.), coal, c. r. 22 Commercial 
Griggs Robert, laborer, rear 130 Pleasant 
Griggs Stephen, blacksmith, house Carver 
Griggs Thomas, 88 Faneuil Hall market 
Grimes Hiram, clerk, 130 Charles, house 111 do. 
Grimes William, laborer, 11 Charter 
Griner Christopher, laborer, h. 15 Essex place 
Griswold Alexander V., Right Rev. Bishop, h.6 Kneel'nd 
Griswold {Edward T.) & Wood {David), importers dry 

goods, 68 Kilby. G.'s house 4 Chesnut 
Griswold Elizabeth, nurse, 283 Washington 
Groom Thomas, house 2 Pitts 
Grossman Mary, laundress, rear 337 Washington 
Grosvenor Lem. P. Eng. g'ds,21 Doane, h.7 Crescent pi. 
Grover Asaph, laborer, rear 65 Elliot 
Grover Daniel, ropemaker, Knox 

Grover Daniel, jr. & Wm. confection'rs, south 752 Wash. 
Grover Leonard, gunsmith, b. rear Carver near Elliot 


Grovcr Loring, cordwaincr, 49 Salem, li. 7 Centre 
Grover (A.) (^ Badjrer {Win. jr.), shipsniilhs, Broad op- 
posite Forlhill wharf. G.'s house 2 Purchase place 
Groves Isaac {Russell &. G.), h. 32 Fayette 
Groves Joseph, laborer, 8 Sudbury 
Grubb John, clerk Suffolk Bank, h. 51 Allen 
Grubb William, cardniaker, 166, h. 168 Ann 
Grubb William, jr. clerk Suflblk Bank. h. 48 Leveret 
Grush John H. jr. hairdress. Bromf'ld H. h. Wheeler's ct. 
Guardenier John, bookbinder, 141 Washington, h. Derne 
Guild {Jiaron) & Cowdin {Robert), lumber, op. 93 Front 
Guild Aaron, house 91 Front 
Guild Abner l\ clerk, h. 76 Temple 
Guild Albert, physician, 48 Hanover 
Guild Albert H. dry goods, 57 Hanover 
Guild Benjamin, counsellor, 4 Court, h. in Brookline 
Guild Charles, goldbeater, house 6 Carver 
Guild Curtis, merch. 28 Merchants row, h. 100 Tremont 
Guild Nathaniel, clerk, boards 3 Province 
Guild William H. merchant, house 17 S. Bennet 
Guild Zebadiah, housewright, h. W. Centre 
Guilford Bimsley P. house Merrimac 
Guilford Jonathan M. See Kendall & G. 
Gulliver John, carpet store, 313 Wash. h. 1 South st. ct. 
Gulliver Lemuel, stationer, 82 State, h. Travers 
Gulliver Peleg, housewright, h. rear 83 Pond 
Gulliver Rebecca, widow, rear Broadway 
Gulliver Stephen, hairdresser, South Russell 
Gulliver William H. mariner, Gonch 
Gunn Cephas M. varitity shop, 4 Fulton, h. 23 Leveret 
Gunn John, jeweller, 1 Spring lane, h. Friend 
Gunn Richard, stonecutter, h. Pinckney lane 
Gunning John, cordwaincr, h. rear 341 Washington 
Gunnison Edwin, provisions, N. Margin 
Gunnison Emeline, milliner, 232 Washington 
Gunnison Josiah, housewright, Berry 
Gurler Hannah, opposite 79 Pleasant 
Gurney Benoni, housewright, rear North square 
Gurney Hannah, widow of Benj. J., S. Bost. Old Bridge 
Gurney Henry, branch pilot, 304 Ann 
Gurney Nathan, 83 Salem 

Gurney Zachariah, lumber merchant, 45 India, h. B street 
Gushee F. A. dry goods, 132 Hanover, boards 84 do. 
Gustus L Frederick, boarding, 272 Ann 
Guthrie William, laborer, h. rear 76 Charles 


Gutterson William H. housewright,h. r. 714 Washington 
Gwinn George F. barber, 10 Elm, h. 5 1-2 Hawkins 
Gwirjn James, Mechanic 

HABICHT C. EDWARD, Swedish Consul, 7 India wf. 

house 7 Bui finch place 
Hacker George, laborer, 18 Warren 
Hackett Andrew, 107 Hanover 
Hackett Patty, house 162 Purchase 
Haddon William, mason, h. Southac cor. Grove 
Hadley Carlton, laborer, rear 18 Ash 
Hadley Charles J. hairdress. 366 Wash. h. 10 Norfolk pi. 
Hadley Moses, toll gath. Camb. Bridge, h. 26 Charles 
Hadley Samuel, hairdress. r. 371 Wash. h. Batterman pi. 
Hadley Samuel D. bricklayer, h. 6 W. (>.ntre 
Hadley Thomas J. housewright, h. 355 Washington 
Hadley Willis, teamster, h- rear 18 Ash 
Hadaway Mary, widow, 62 Salem 
Haevey Patrick, laborer, Warren place 
Hagar Mariha, nurse, Creek square 
Hagar Solon, laborer. Battery 
Hager {Darius) & Barry (CAarZe^), truckmen, 111 State. 

Hager's house Cooper 
Hager Marshal, laborer, rear 45 Sea 
Hagerty Michael, laborer, Broadway 
Hague William, Rev. 7 Green 
Hale Aaron, cooper, house Broadway 
Hale Benjamin E. publisher, 127 Washington 
Hale Daniel L. provisions, Pleasant, h. Pleasant street ct. 
Hale David, accountant, house 30 Orange 
Hale Eliphalet, 35 Commercial wharf, h. Staniford 
Hale Enoch, jr. physician, 14 West 
Hale George, 1 Commercial wharf, h. Staniford 
Hale James W. boards 19 Atkinson 
Hale {John T.) & Farnsworth {Ephraim), dry goods, 44 

Kilby. Hale's house 7 Derne 
Hale Moses, housewright, h. Mechanic place 
Hale Moses L. Sec. M. H. Life Ins. Co. h. 61 Chesnut 
Hale Nathan, editor Boston Daily Advertiser and Patriot, 

house 9 Central court 
Hale Robert, cooper, 4th street cor. F street 
Hale Robert, jr. Sec'ry U. S. Insurance Company 
Hale Stephen, handcartman, 33 Pleasant 
Hale Theodore, 129 VV^ashington, boards 2 Morton place 
Hale Thomas, laborer, A street 


Hales William, President Globe Ins. Co. h. 7 Chesnut 

Haley Alvin, housevvrifrjit, h. 6 M.idisnn place 

Haley BMrtliolomew, tailor, h. 11 Hamilton 

Haley Hiram, house 58 Portland 

Haley James, laborer. North Margin 

Haley John, laborer, south 752 Washington 

Haley John, laborer, rear 145 Broad 

Haley John, laborer, h. Minot 

Haley Patrick, South Margin 

Haley Thomas, house Battery 

Haley William, house South Russell 

Haley (JVni.) & Blanrhard (Elias P.), shoes, 80 Court. 

Haley's house 145 Court 
Haley William, provisions, 43 Leveret, h. 15 Spring 
Halfpenny David, mariner, rear 276 Ann 
Hall A. A. & Co. hats & fur, 10 Washington 
Hall Abel, clerk, near 5 Brighton 
Hall Abel, laborer, h. 10 Leveret lane 
Hall Abigail, widow, 124 Hanover 
Hall Adin, broker, 5 Exchange, house 21 Allen 
Hall Andrew, 2 Faneuil Hall market 
Hall Benjamin K. mariner, Henchman lane 
Hall Alfred B. book keeper Granite Bank 
Hall Albert L. machinist, boards Norfolk avenue 
Hall Andrew T. & Co. (Samuei Hall), crockery ware, 

99 Milk, house 5 High 
Hall Bening, baker, house 17 Hamilton 
Hall Charles J. auctioneer, 96 Water, boards 46 Federal 
Hall David, provisions, 7 Bedford, h. 43 Essex 
Hall Edward, bookbinder, boards 17 Franklin place 
Hall Edward F. auctioneer, 88 Water, h. 22 Spring 
Hall Eliza, widow, 20 Gouch 
Hall Eliza, widow, Peck lane 
Hall Elizabeth, nurse, Salutation 

Hall Ephraim, weigher, 30 India, h. r. 654 Washington 
Hall Fitch, clerk Adj. Gen. Office, h. 1 Hancock avenue 
Hall Francis, distiller, house 560 Washingt<m 
Hall Francis M., W. I. goods. Boylston near Washington 
Hall Frederick W. 390 Washington, h. Barre place 
Hall George, housewright. Sea near the bridge, h. 69 do. 
Hall George, jeweller, house 324 Washington 
Hall Gorharn, Salutation 
Hall Harrison, tnmk maker, 35 Exchange 
Hall Henry H. clerk, 55 Kilby, h. 7 Hayward place 
Hall Henry, merchant, 79 Milk, h. 53 Bowdoin 


Hall Hornce. See James Read & Co. • 

Hall Isaac, provisions, Temple, li. 22 Goucli 

Hall Isaac, 15 Central wharf, house 19 South 

Hall Isaac, jr. house 53 Cambridge 

Hall Jacob, house 67 Prince 

Hall Jacob, provisions, 629, house 560 Washington 

Hall James, Pres. N. E. Marine Ins. Co. li. 684 Wash. 

Hall James, blacksmith, h. Prospect 

Hall James, housewright, rear 2d street 

Hall James, laborei. Centre 

Hall John, house 231 Ann 

Hail John, house 72 Leveret 

Hall John B. housewright, li. Canton rear Suffolk 

Hall John, silk dyeing, 28 School, h. 72 Leveret 

Hall John G. provisions, 26 Cambridge, h. 22 Gouch 

Hall John W. baker, h. Batterymarch 

Hall John W. (JVoterston, Fray S/- Co.), li. 6 Morton pi. 

Hall Jonathan P. 51 Haticock 

Hall Jonathan P. jr. druggist, 1 Union, h. 51 Hancock 

Hall Joseph, judge, iiouse 10 Hancock 

Hall Joseph, jr. cashier Hamilton Bank, h. 64 Federal 

Hall Joseph, broker, h. Charles near Mt. Vernon 

Hall Lorenzo T. printer, h. Mechanic 

Hall Lucinda, h. 7 Bridge street court 

Hall Martin, housewright, house 38 Orange 

Hall Mary L. instructress pianoforte, 1 Bromfield 

Hall Millecent H. dressmaker, 560 Washington 

Hall Milton, housewright. Castle, h. 5 Jefferson 

Hall Milton, jr. housewright. Mechanic place 

Hall (JYat/i'l) &. Chapman (John), grocers, Chesnut cor. 

Walnut. Hall's house 266 Washington 
Hall Oliver, Ann corner Cross 
Hall Parthenia, widow, house Friend 
Hall Richard, hardware, 15 Dock square, h. 31 Wash pi. 
Hall Robert, sawyer, h. Short near Bedford 
Hall Robert, whiting maker, h. rear Friend 
Hall Samuel (A. T. Hall & Co.), h. 44 Atkinson c. Purch. 
Hall Sam'l W., W. I. g'ds, 72Commer. h. 13 Richmond 
Hall (Samuel S.) & Clark (Elisha JV.), victualling cellar, 

Boylston market 
Hall Seth, blacksmith, rear 108 Cambridge 
Hall Stephen, grocer, 2 Market square, h. 3 Sudbury 
Hall Susan, nurse, 350 Washington 
Hall "^rheodore N. Iiouse 51 Hancock 
Hall Thomas (S. Peirce & Co.), house 2 Wendell 


Hall Thomas, grocer, Elm, house 2 Wendell 

Hall Thomas, fancy goods, 675 Washington, house do. 

Hall Timothy, tinplate worker, 83 Ann, h, 66 Prince 

Hall Vincent, laborer, May 

Hall William, machinist, h. Leveret lane 

Hall William A. i& Co. printers, 122, h. 102 Washington 

Hall William B. brassfounder, 5 Chardon 

Hallett Benjamin F. aitorrrey and editor Daily Advocate, 

65 Congress, h. 7 Williams 
Hallet Benj. Franklin, pianofortemaker, h. 40 Fayette 
Hallet George, merchant, 19 India, house 3 Green 
Hallet G. E. merchant, 23 Commercial wharf 
Hallet Jacob G. {Haices, Gray & Co.), h. 19 Purchase 
Hallet Job, ropemaker, house 40 Fayette 
Hallet Russell (Broicm & //.), house 74 Boylston 
Halliburton G. M. elk Cus. H. h. Comm. c. Fiske's wf. 
Halloran Edward, painter, h. rear 664 W^ashington 
Halloran Patrick, shoemaker, rear 071 Washington 
Halpin Thomas, house Cross 
Ham Henry, house North Federal ct. 
Hamar John Henry, rear 274 Ann 
Hamblen Joshua, oysters, rear 48 Congress 
Hamblet James, stonecutter, 10 Hanover 
Hamblin Benjamin, house 53 Pinckney 
Hamblin John, sailmaker, house 53 South •• 

Hamill William, 14 Friend 

Hamilton Asa, tailor. North Margin ^ 

Hamilton John, laborer, 155 Pleasant 
Hamilton Mary, boarding, 45 Milk 
Hamilton Strickland, btmrds Sea near free bridge 
Hamlen Nathaniel, captain, house 40 Fayette 
Hamlin William C. mariner, Marshall 
Hammatt Charles, bookkeeper Bos. Bank, h. 106 Chamb. 
Hammatt Charles H. 11 Kilby, house 13 Franklin 
Hammatt John B. jr. captain, house Lenox 
Hammond Artemas. See Adams & H. 
Hammond Charles, blacksmith, Front, house 16 Ash 
Hammond Daniel {Crockett, Seaver S^ Co.), h. Pearl 
Hammond Elizabeth, widow, 7 Distil-house square 
Hammond George, brassfounder, 53 South Margin 
Hammond Horatio, wine mer. 22 E.xch. h. Wash. C. H. 
Hammond John, shipjoiner, house Broadway 
Hammond John, mariner, 127 Broad 
Hammond John, housew't, Brighton, h. 5 Spring st. ct. 
Hammond John, housewiight, h. rear 417 Washington 


Hammond John, cooper, house Salutation 
Hammond John, jr. housewriglit, house 8 North Russell 
Hammond John R. housevvrigJit, h. 7 Lyman place 
Hammond Jos. L. bookkeeper Ham. Bank,h. C S.Cedar 
Hammond Nath'l, housewrio;ht, 55 Leveret, h. Chambers 
Hammond Prudence, Battery 

Hammond Susan C. widow of Samuel, h. 65 Bowdoin 
Hammond Thomas, jr. tailor, 13 Water, h. Broadway 
Hanaford William G. physician, 10 Hanover 
Handy Elizabeth, Sun court corner Ann 
Hancock Charles L. att(»rney, 10 Court, h. 30 Beacon 
Hancock Eliza, nurse, house Middlesex near Castle 
Hancock Henry K. cabinet and chair maker, G67 Wash. 
Hancock John, captain, 11 Essex place 
Hancock John, publisher, 127 Washington 
Hancock John, house 30 Beacon 
Hancock Rebecca, house 74 Charles 
Hancock William, upholsterer, 45Cornhill, h. 9 Howard 
Hanners Benj. hairdresser, 48 Chatham, h. 8 Federal ct. 
Haiinum Jonathan C. house 7 Columbia 
Hanover Rebecca, tailoress, Bartlett 
Hanscomb Levi, shipwright, rear Broadway 
Hanson Andrew, laborer. Commercial near railway 
Hanson Lewis, housewright, house Garden 
Hanson Miranda, house rear 54 Prince 
Hanson Olive, 111 Charles 
Hapgood Henry, h. 50 Myrtle 
Harden Calvin, mason, Castle near Middlesex 
Harden Morris, laborer, h. 108 Ann 
Harding Catharine, 9 Cross 
Harding Elizabeth, widow, h. 30 Charles 
Harding Chester, portrait painter, rear 18 School 
Harding Isa^c, housewright, h. 136 Hanover 
Harding Josiah M. sailmaker, h. 33 Salem 
Harding Newell, silversmith, rear 87 Wash. h. 50 Poplar 
Harding S. S. portrait painter, rear 18 School 
Harding Sarah C. bread, 72 Cambridge 
Harding Seaman, baker, house 17 May 
Harding Schuyler C. blacksmith, Broadway 
Harding Seth, oystcrman, h. 9 Cross 
Harding Wilder, h. 4th street 
Harding William B. h. 5th street near D street 
Hardwick Sam'l, stageh. Norfolk av. rear 185 Washing. 
Hardy John, plasterer, h. 8 Sweetser court 
ardy Mury, widow, 5 Sweetser court 


Hardy S. E. & Alpheus & Co. merch. 17 City wf. h. 20 

Hardy William, cooper, Batterman place 
Hardy William, blacksmith, h. rear 85 Pleasant 
Harenton Charles H. sashmaker, Carver, h. GO Elliot 
Harford Edmund C. shipwright, h. 1st street near I street 
Harken Patrick, 11 Cmss 

Harley William, stevedore, Commercial near Hanover 
Harlow Asaph, tailor, 147 Hanover, h. 27 Thacher 
Harlow Charles, stonecutter, Merrimac, h. 27 Friend 
Harlow Dexter (T. R. Peck ^ Co.), h. 16 Prov. H. ct. 
Harlow Elizabeth, house South Cedar 
Harlow Nancy, widow, rear 18 S. Bennet 
Harmon Humphrey, blacksmith. Silver 
Harnden Amariah, painter, h. Barre place 
Harnden William F. boards 105 Front 
Harney James, laborer. 20 Stillman 

Harper Edw. pianofoitemaker, h. 32 Tremont n. Wash. 
Harper George W. house Leveret court 
Harrigan Hugh, 116 Ann 
Harriman Alden, 4 Bartlett 
Harriman John, painter, over 165 Washington 
Harring Hannah, widow, h. Bumstead court 
Harrington Andrew, farrier, Bromfield pi. h. Nassau ct. 
Harrington Bethiah, nurse, 4th st. rear Episcopal church 
Harrington Bowen {Wheeler & H), h. 96 Salem 
Harrington Caroline, milliner, 18 Williams 
Harrington Daniel S. housewright, 4th street 
Harrington Elizabeth (Smith <^ H.), 8 Pearl 
Harrington Ephraim & Co. lace and hosiery, 56 Water 
Harrington Edward, hackman, rear 52 Federal 
Harrington Ephraim S. See Simpson & H. 
Harrington Francis. See Lawson & H. 
Harrington Henry, teamster, rear 19 Cross 
Harrington James, laborer, op. Mariner's church Purchase 
Harrington Joseph, counsellor, 9 State, h. in Roxbury 
Harrington Joseph, jr. teacher Hawes sch. h. in Roxbury 
Harrington Noah, truckman, h. 26 Harvard 
Harrington Reuben, physician, 42 Pond 
Harrington Rufus, farmer, 4th str^t 
Harrington Stephen F. {Burke tt H.), h. 12 Belknap 
Harrington Tim. laborer, rear 104 Sea, — another do. do. 
Harrington Wyman, mason, 31 Warren 
Harris A. See Brown & H. 

Harris Azor, blacksmith, Creek square, h. Sudbury 


Harris Benjamin C. shoes, 6 Broad, h. 14 Lincoln 
Harris David, mariner, rear Boston Bank, State 
Harris Dunbar B. mason, h. 2 Mechanic place 
Harris Epiiraim, blacksmith, h. Nassau court 
Harris Elijah, brickmaker, 4th street 
Harris Elizabeth, widow. Commercial near Hanover 
Harris George, clothing store, 184 Ann, h 5 North sq. 
Harris Hem-y, United States Deputy Marshal, 20 Court, 

h. 2 Hartford place 
Harris Henry, grocer, head Lewis's wf. h. Salter place 
Harris Isaac &, Co. (Jolm Cushing & /. J. Larkin), mast 

yard, Commer. Harris's h. 8 North Bennet 
Harris James, merchant, 3 Central wf. h. 23 High 
Harris Jeremiah, housewright, Lancaster, h. 8 W. Centr© 
Harris John A. h rear Broadway 
Harris John S. broker, 12 Long wf. h. 9 Tremont 
Harris John VV. ship chandlery, 31 India 
Harris John, well digger, rear 667 Washington 
Harris Joseph, jr. groceries, Broadway, h. 4th street 
Harris Leach, h. 26 Washington place 
Harris Leonard, house Mass. Hotel 
Harris Luther, cooper, 4th street 

Harris Mercy, widow of Nathaniel, 2 Mechanic place 
Harris Michael, laborer. Broad, op. Maine wharf 
Harris Nath'l (^. IValkcr <fe Co.), b'ds 1 Mechanic place 
Harris Richard D., City and Coun'ty Treasurer, City 

Hall, house 2 Hartford place 
Harris Smith, foot Richmond 

Harris Samuel, caulk, and grav. Otis's wf. h. 88 Purchase 
Harris Samuel, house 53 Leveret 
Harris Samuel D. house 2 Hartford place 
Harris Thomas W. printer, 25 Water 
Harris William, printer, h. 4th street 
Harrison D. O. surgeon dentist, 220 Washington 
Harrison Daniel, lal)orer. Broad, op. Maine wharf 
Harrison Martha, AS Purchase 
Harrod James, printer, 53 Pinckney 
Harrod Noah, cabinetmaker, h. 222 Hanover 
Hart Cornelius, laborer, rear 8 South street place 
Hart Edward J. maritier. 14 Marshall 
Hart Elizabeth, widow, rear 417 Washington 
Hart Geo. W. handcartman, boards 34 Federal 
Hart Josiah S. printer, house 4 Bath 
Hart Patrick, laborer. 111 Broad 
Hart S. Roland, printer, Congress square 


Hart Sally, widow of Edward, 9 Hull 

Hart Samuel, mason, 2G Atkinson, house Jefferson 

Hart Samuel, jr. mason, h. 84 Elliot 

Hart Thomas, boardin<? house, 8 Richmond 

Hartt John, Crescent place 

Hartt Joseph, captain, 215 Hanover 

Hartford John, pianofortemaker, house Castle 

Hartigan Mary, widow, 36 Court 

Hartley Peter, cordwainer, h. 20 Sudbury 

Hartshorn Benjamin, cashier Franklin Bank 

Hartshorn Caleb, hats, 68 Washington, h. at Exchange 

Hartshorn Charles, teller Fulton Bank 

Harishorn Charles A. cooper, house 10 Essex place 

Hartshorn {Eliph. P.) & Ellis (Ehen.), merch. 7 Central 

wharf Hartshorn's house 24 Blossom 
Hartshorn John, 31 India wharf, house 7 High 
Hartshorn John, blacksmith, h. rear 2 Plymouth place 
Hartshorn Moses, stall 1 Boylston market 
Hartshorn Rebecca, 31 Prince 
Hartshorn Roland, housewright, rear 530 Washington, h. 

6 Sewall place 
Hartson Joseph, Eagle Coffee House, 46 Hanover 
Hartwell John W. {Woodherry & H), b'ds 3 Sewall pi. 
Hartwell Joseph, machinist, house 5 Mason 
Hartwell Thomas, laborer, 709 Washington 
Harvey Barnard, laborer, h. Butolph 
Harvey Catherine, nurse, East, rear Engine house 
Harvey Charles,, blacksmith, h. rear 61 South 
Harvey James, mariner, Barry's wharf 
Harvey John, h. 67 Congress 

Harvey Patrick, laborer, opposite 730 Washington 
Harvey Peter (Emerson, Lamb S/- H), h. 18 Franklin pi. 
Harvey Susannah, widow, house 3 Clark 
Harwood Daniel, dentist, house 145 Tremont 
Harvvood Ezra A. machinist, house Carver 
Harwood Harlem, machinist, boards Norfolk avenue 
Haseltine Moses D. buttonmaker, 16 Bridge 
Haskell A. B. merchant, 39 Commercial 
Haskell Aaron, innholder. Railroad Hotel 
Haskell Abijah, housewright, h.45 South Russell 
Haskell Andrew, mason, h. 39 Essex 
Haskell Andrew L. {Rogers & jF/.), house 60 Prince 
Haskell Andrew W. binder, 116 Wash. h. 62 Finckney 
Haskell Calvin {Little &, H), house 220 Hanover 
Haskell Daniel, stagedriver, I vers 

200 ' DIRECTORY. j 

Haskell Edward, typefounder, house 6 Atkinson 

Haskell (Elias) &"Clark (Fred.), mer. 13 Central wharfi 

Haskell Elias, house 10 Staniford 

Haskell Elisha {Coolida^e (^ H), house 2 Tremont place 

Haskell Enoch, cabinetmaker, house Lowell place 

Haskell Joseph H. glazier, house 670 Washington 

Haskell Josiah, housewright, 13 Nassau 

Haskell Levi B. See Whitney & H. 

Haskell Nathaniel, glazier, h. 670 Washington 

Haskell Stephen, laborer, Boylston near Tremont 

Haskell Thomas, sexton, rear 72 Salem 

Haskell Wm. M. blacksmith, Merrimac, h. 17 Pitts 

Haskins Amos, housewright, 21 Second 

Haskins Ann, 13 Front 

Haskins Geo. F. Rev. chaplain House of Reforma., S. B. 

Haskins John, 8 Merchants row 

Haskins Thos. cordial distill. 15 Front, h. Carver c. Elliot 

Haskins Thomas W. hardware, 7 Union 

Hasselbom Nicholas, bar room, 114 1-2 Broad 

Ha.^tings Cyrus, painter, Hawley, house Grove 

Hastings {Dnni.e.l), Marsh (James) &. Co. (E. TV. Marsh) ^ 

drugs, 27 S. Market. Hastings's h. 25 High 
Hastings Edm'd T., W. L g'ds, 37 Commer. h. 4 McLean 
Hastings Eliza and Caroline, house 64 Poplar 
Hastings Francis T. house 10 Grove 
Hastings L M. painter, h. 8 Cross 
Hastings Joseph, mason, GO Pleasant 
Hastings (Jos. S.) <^ Potter (Moses), crockery, 137 

Washington. Hastings's h. 64 Mt. Vernon 
Hastings Richard C. housevvright, 5 Pleasant street court 
Hastings Samuel, merchant, 26 Front 
Hastings Stewart, bookbinder, 17 School 
Hastings Simon, housewright. Carver 
Hatch Amos, housewright. Pond 
Hatch Bryant, clerk, h. 19 Hancock 
Hatch Benjamin F. printer, h. rear 339 Washington 
Hatfth Calvin, tailor, h. Spring street place 
Hatch Hawkes, shipwright, 1st streei 
Hatch Henry, 23 Orange 
Hatch Jabez, East near Sea 

Hatch Jabez, jr. auctioneer, 69 Congress, h. 9 Lincoln 
Hatch Jabez W. groceries, W. Centre cor. Southac 
Hatch James B. 113 Faneuil Hall market 
Hatch John, tailor. Leveret court 
Hatch Joseph, machinist, 3d street 


Hatch Joshua, 7 Fleot 

Hatch Luther, 49 Chatham 

Hatch Nancy, widow, Oliver near High 

Hatcli Sarrjuel, 132 Faneuil Hall market 

Hatch Thomas, stall, 12(5 Faneuil Hall market 

Hatch Weld, iahorer, h. 59 Myrtle 

Hatchfield Joseph, laborer, h. Mechanic 

Hatchman Margaret, 4 Blossom court 

Hathaway Elislia & Co. (J^. L. Richardson & E. Hatha- 
zcay,jr.), merch. 39 Commer. wf. h. 5 Cambridge 

Hathaway Elisha, jr. (E. H.fy Co.), b'ds 5 Cambridge 

Hathaway John, English goods, IG Central, h. 23 Poplar 

Hathorne Benjamin F. cashier Franklin Bank, h. 4th st. 

Hathorne Ebenezer, clerk in Custom House 

Hathorne Mehitabel, 34 Boylston 

Hatstat Charles H. laborer, 5 Lucas place 

Hatstat Cynthia, dressmaker, h. 4th street 

Hatstat William M. boarding and clothing, 148 Ann 

Haughton (James) &, Foster {Edic. A), dry goods, 129 
Washington. Haughton's house 21 Somerset 

Haughton Richard, editor of Atlas, IS State 

Hauthwait Francis, laborer, rear 75 Elliot 

Hauthwait William, laborer. Pleasant near Washington 

Haven Abner, house 1 Williams court 

Haven Calvin, W. L goods, ]8 India, h. 4 Lynde 

Haven {Calvin IV.) & Breed {Horace A.), painters, Essex 

near Washington. Haven's house 46 Warren 
Haven Curtis, painter, Atkinson, near Milk 
Haven Franklin, cashier Mer. Bank, house 7 McLean 
Haven John, laborer, rear 4 Brighton 
Haven Jonas, housewright, 20 South Margin 
Haven Jotham, crockeryware, 150, h. 148 Hanover 
Haven Martha, widow, 48 Hanover 
Haven Nathaniel, clerk, house 103 Cambridge 
Haven Thomas in Son {T. A. Haven) ^ mer. 30 Central 

wf. h 54 Chesnut 
Haviland Hannah, widow, house 46 Carver 
Haviland Thomas, stucco worker, 63 Chesnut 
Hawes Gustavus W, dry goods, 173 Washington 
Hawes John U. house 2d street 

Hawes Madison, printer, 81 Cornhill, house 9 Southac 
Hawes Nathaniel, h. 52 Elliot •■< 

Hawes Nath'l,jr. stairbuilder, h. Church n. Piedmont 
Hawes Noves P. clerk, h. 4 Garden 


Hawes (Prince), Gray (Titos.) & Co. (Jacob G. Hallet)^ 
merchants, 20 India. Hawes's house 147 Tremont 
Hawes William, lumber, Battery wharf, h. 38 Merrimao 
Hawes William B. ropemaker, house 26 Carver 
Hawkes Benj. housewr't, Front, h. Middlesex n. Castle 
Hawkes Ezra, tinplat'^ work. 130 Courtj h. 8 W. Second 
Hawkes John, cabinet maker, Middlesex near Castle 
Hawkes Levi, tinplate work. Bromfield, h. r. 143 W^ash. 
Hawkes Levi, jr. tinplate worker, 59 Milk, h. 24 Carve* 
Hawkes Thomas B. grocer, 6 Gieeti 
Hawks Charles, 174 Ann 
Hawks Joseph, mason, rear Causeway 
Hawkins Geo. W. (Greemcood ^ H.), h 25 Brattle 
Hawkins William, rear 132 Ann 

Havvjey T. R. stock mak. 200 Tremont, h. 44 Warren 
Hay Edmund, Washington place corner Gibbs lane 
Hay George, painter, 04 Piince 
Hay Mary B. widow of James, house 46 Pleasant 
Hay (Joseph) & Atkins (, glassware, 77 State, 

Hay's house 24 Elliot 
Hay Richard (Tucker & //.), 30 Merrimac 
Hayden Abel T. branch pilot, h. Purchase c. Belcher la. 
Hayden Ambrose, wheelwright, Front, h. 3 Orange lane 
Hayden Elizabeth, widow, Bum.stead court 
Hayden Elizabeth, widow, 168 Pleasant 
Hayden (George) & Skinner (Benj. H), grocers, Tre- 
mont cor. Howard. Haydens h. 41 Myrtle 
Hayden George N. laborer, 2d near I street 
Hayden Henry, housewright, house 5 Suffolk 
Hayden John C. physician, 2 Bowdoin 
Hcyden Joseph, shipwright, Ann street court 
Hayden Joseph, caulker and graver, 36 Charter 
Hayden Josh, wheelwright, house and shop Dedham 
Hayden Josiah, shoes, 553 Washington, h. 83 Essex 
Hayden Josiah E. shoes. Federal c. High, h. 83 Essex 
Hayden Lydia, h. 75 Cambridge 
Hayden Michael, naachinist. Turnpike 
Hayden Nathaniel, h. I corner 2d street 
Hayden Otis (Spaulding & H.), house 20 Brighton 
Hayden Patrick, laborer, 88 Warren 
Hayden Peter, laborer, I corner 2d street 
Hayden Priscella, North Federal court 
Hayden Rob. housewr't, Charlestown, h. 5 Stillman pL 
Hayden Samuel, shoemaker, rear Broadway 
Hayden Sarah, 1 Howard 


Hayden Susan, laundress, 2 Lucas place 
Hayden VVillard, mason, h. 23 Myrtle 
-^Hayden Wm. jr. City Auditor, office City H. h. 4 Hollis 
Hayes Dennis, laborer, 110 Broad 
Hayes James, laborer, A street 
Hayes John, victualler, 149 Broad 
Hayes John, house Williams court 
Hayes Patrick, laborer, rear 88 S^ummer 
Hayes William, painter, 6 Bartlett 

Hayford Riley, jjrocer. Milk c. Congress, h. High st. pi. 
Haynes Daniel B. gardener, 3d street 
Haynes Edward, house 647 Washington 
Haynes Edward, jr. shoes, 219 Wasliington, h. 109 Front 
Haynes Edward, jr. 56 Broad, h. 32 Charles 
Haynes Fanny, nurse, 215 Washington 
Haynes George, cooper, rear Pitts 
Haynes George W. wheelwright, 24 Friend 
Haynes John C. laborer, 15 South Margin 
Haynes Lucy, dressmaker, house 43 Essex 
Haynes Sarah, dry goods, 647 Washington 
Haynes Tristram, house 1 N. Brighton 
Haynes William F. shoes, 246, h. 266 Washington 
Hayward Achsah,rear 11 Cross 
Hayward Adin, laborer, 36 Belknap 
Hayward Arnold, carpenter, 52 Pleasant 
Hayward Caleb, clerk of F. H. market, h. 31 Wash. pi. 
Hayward Charles R. book keeper Globe B. h.21 Fayette 
Hayward Chas. notary pub. 49 State, h. 13 Hayward pi. 
Hayward Cyrus, brassfounder, 674, h. 707 Washington 
Hayward Ebenezer, grain & lumb. 130 Sea, h. Broadway 
Hayward Eunice, house Commercial near Hanover 
Hayward George, physician, 154 Tremont near Winter 
Hayward James T. clerk, house 23 Atkinson 
Hayward John, shipwright, 38 Salem 
Hayward John, publisher. Court cor. Tremont 
Hayward Joseph H. 18 Hayward place 
Hayward Joshua, printer, boards 707 Washington 
Hayward Joshua H. physician, 3 Hamilton place 
Hayward L. F., 5 Brighton 
Hayward (Lydia) ?fe Woodbridge (Sarah), straw bonnet 

makers, 277 Washington 
Hayward Lyman F. laborer, house 4 W. Second 
Hayward Pelham W. Sec. Suffolk Ins. Co. h 23 Atkinson 
Hayward Sarah, house rear 89 Sea 
Hayward Sarah, widow, 3 Hamilton place 


Hayward Tilly B. teacher, h. 33 Mount Vernon 

Hayward William, cooper, rear 130 Sea, h. C st. S. Bos.. 

Hayward William li. clerk Suffolk Bank 

Hayward William 1*. grocery and h. 55 Chambers 

Hazelton Isaac H. mason, boards Norfolk avenue 

Hazen Charles, captam, U4 Tremont 

Head Francis C. 35 Broad 

Head George E. counsellor, house 4 SomerseJ^ place 

Head Joseph, merchant, Tretnont corner Boylston 

Head Joseph, jr. house 130 Tremont 

Healey Jett'ersun, blacksmith, D street 

Healey Michael, Rev. cor. Federal and Franklin place 

Healey Mark, merchant, 53 Central wf. h. 24 Chesnut 

Healey Mary, widow, 3 iSvs'oetser court 

Healey Rhoda, widow, 22 Chambers 

Healey William, truckman, rear 152 Ann 

Healy Morris, mason, h. Milk near Pearl 

Healy William, tailor, house Theatre alley 

Heard John, jr. couns. J 7 Court, h. Walnut c. Mt. Vernon 

Heard John T. distiller, Distil-house sq. h. 45 Hancock 

Heard William (Fessendtu 4" -fi'Oj ^"^ Friend 

Hearsey Sarah, nuise, G Boylston square 

Hearty B;jrtholomevv, laborer, h. Spring lane 

Heath Catharine, 9 Portland 

Heath Charles &, F. A. lumber wf. Front, h. 695 Wash. 

Heath Dana, housewright, 16 Pitts 

Heath Frederick A. house 2 Dover 

Heath Jonathan, stable, house 52 Portland 

Hector John, cordwainer, Barry's wharf 

Hedrick Sarah, house 40 Prince 

Hedrick Thankful, nurse, 45 Pleasant 
Hedrick Uriah, cooper, house 165 Hanover 

Heely Benjamin, tailor, boards opposite 4 Columbia 

Heely Sarah, widow, Castle 

Heffernon Helena, widow, 3d street 

Heilge Heniy, hatter, house rear 12 Boylston 

Hedge John P. furrier, 711 Washington 

Hedge John P. jr. confec. 311 Wash. h. rear 14 Bedford 

Heland Mary, Salutation 

Helesen Charles C. calnnet maker, h<5use Dedham 

Heinenway Mary, widow, Salutation 

Hemenwuy TJios. blacksmith, 60 Front, h. 106 Warren 

Hemmenway Benjamin, coppersmith, 7 Garden 

Hemmenway Luke, W. 1. goods, 7 Chatham 

Hernmenway Peter, shipwright, rear 67 Charter 


Henchman Daniel, drug'st, 41 Cambridge, h.4 Chambers 
Henchman George, captain, house 20 VVashington place 
Henchman Harriet, widow, 14 Williams 
Henchman Lewis, captain, 31 Allen 
Henchman Margaret, house 31 Prince 
Hendee Charles J. See Carter, H. & Co. 
Henderson Charles, painter, 75 Union, h. 76 Temple 
Henderson Charles IS. clerk, h. 76 Temple 
Henderson Frederick A. tailor, 2 Court, h. 1 Avery pi. 
Henderson Joseph, carpenter, rear 11 Short 
Henderson Nathan, painter, house rear Merrimac 
Henderson Neheniiah A. cooper, h. rear 4 Prince 
Henderson (tV. H.) & Warren (Thomas), groceries and 

bread. Pleasant cor. S. Cedar. H.'s house do. 
Hendley Hannah, widow, rear 47 Allen 
Hendley James, tinplater, 591 Washing, h. 3 Pleasant 
Handley James, Mechanic place 
Hendlev James. See David Carter & Co. 
Hendley John, stonecutter, Board alley 
Hendley I'atrick, laborer, opposite 102 Warren 
Hendrick Susanna, widow, 12 East 
Henley Michael, stabler, Front near Castle 
Hennessey Stephen, laborer, rear 671 Washington 
Henry Harry C. house 134 Purchase 
Henry James, housewright, Harvard palce, h. 112 Court 
Henry John, constable, 2 Franklin avenue, h, 18 Cross 
Henry Martha C. variety store, 132 Purchase 
Henry Rispah, widow, house 22 Richmond 
Henry Mary, 3 Battery 

Henshaw & Co. {Charles ».^Jo/m), druggists, 28 Com. wf. 
Henshaw Charles, house 8 Hancock 
Henshaw David, collector of customs, b'ds 2 Somerset ct. 
Henshaw John {Henshaw & Co.), h. 1 Bowdoin place 
Henshaw Hannah C. dressmaker, 1 Harvard 
Henshaw Samuel {Dana, Fenno &, H.), h. 56 Chesnut 
Henshaw William, agent for printing ink, 124 Washing. 
Henss Charles, confectioner, 30 School, b'ds 477 Wash. 
Hcnss William, boarding house, 477 Washington 
Hepworth George, wool cleaner, h. and s. Dedham 
Herbert Samuel, hook & eye man.. Water, h. 101 Wash. 
Herman Ferdinand, furnishing warehouse, 192 Wash. 
Herman Leopold {Bryent & H.), house Devonshire 
Herrick Jacob, sexton, B street 
Herrick Martin R. mason, Bay near Fayette 
He?rick Thus. W. {W. V. Kent 8^ Co.), h. Crescent pL 


Herrick Henry, bookbinder, house 74 Prince 

Herring Roger, slater, opposite 41 Carver 

Herrington Delia, widow, house rear 3d street 

Hersey (Charles, surveyor of lumber, h. 20 Lynde 

Hersey Cornelius, 1 Congress sq. house 11 Beacon 

Hersey Daniel, auctioneer, 24 Exchange, h. 9 Spring 

Hersey Edward, teamster, Langdon place 

Hersey John F. housewright, boards 72 Essex 

Hersey Lewis, cordwainer, house 27 Carver 

Hersey Mary, widow, house Butolph 

Hersey Martin, housewright. Cross, house 34 Salem 

Hersey Nancy, widow, 15 Province House court 

Hersey Nathan, 2d, housewr't, Lancaster, h. 3 S. Margin. 

Hersey Samuel, hatter, boards Boylston Hotel 

Hervey {Edwin) & Ingalls {Wm.), hats, 1 Congress sq, 

h. 9 Atkinson 
Heselton Stephen, house rear 83 Pond 
Heslett Charles, stonecutter, 8 Sweetser court 
Heussler Abigail, tailoress, Theatre alley 
Hewes Eleazer J. mathematical instruments, Commer- 
cial, house 13 Front 
Hewes Jabez F. See Winship & H. 
Hewes John B. hardware, Commercial, house 13 Front 
Hewes John M. printer, C3 Court, house Theatre alley 
Hewes Lawrence, laborer, 66 Elliot 
Hewes Richard B. inspector of customs, house 13 Front 
Hewes Sam. H. sup. burying grounds, office City Hall, 

house 1 Fayette near Pleasant 
Hewett Jonas G. bonesetter, 297 Washington 
Hewett Richard, housewright, 42 Pond 
Hewett S. C. surgeon bonesetter, 297 Washington 
Hewins Abel, farmer, rear 4th street 
Hewins Amasa, portrait paint. 6 Joy's build, h. 2 Corn. ct. 
Hewins Simon K. (Tisdale <fe //.), house Cornhill court 
Hewins {Whiting) & Fisher {Warren), W. L goods, 100 

State. Hewins's house 14 Warren 
Hews Abraham, jr. jeweller, 243 Wash. h. 13 At^h 
Hews Francis, laborer. Creek square 
Hews John, laborf-r, rear Blackstijne 
Hews John, furniture, 5 Washington, h. 15 Brighton 
Heywood Artemas, cordwainer, house 6 Bridge 
Hey wood Levi <fe Co. {W . Hcyimod ^ James W. Gatcs)y 

chairs, 26 Coinmercial. H.'s house Hawkins 
Heywood (Samuel P.) & Norton {Joshua, jr.), paper: 
storCj 97 Stale " ' 


Hey wood Wm. {Levi H. 4^ Co.), boards 7 Howard 
Hibbard (Benjamin) & Macnair (James), hatters, 10 

Washington. Hibbard's house South Cedar 
Hibbert Joseph, mariner, house 192 Hanover 
Hichborn Sain'l, saihnak. Commer. c. Cross, h. N. square 
Hickey James, Mechanic 

Hicklin^ Charles. See Carter, Hendee & Co. 
Hicks George, house 48 Salem 

Hicks J. C. <& W. H. dry goods, 45 Kilby, h. 62 Milk 
Hicks Mary T., 7 Essex place 
Hicks Zeciiariah, house ()2 Milk 
Hickson John, oysters, 138 Ann 
Higgins Andrew, porter, house Avery 
Higgins Catharine, widow, house Avery 
Higgins Ezekiel H. bookbinder, house 45 South Russell 
Higgins George, mason, house B street 
Higsins John, truckman, rear 42 Prince 
Higgins John S. (Jacobs <^ //.), h. ]7 Temple 
Higgins John, hats, Faneuil H. market, h. 8 Sudbury 
Higgins Mary B. niantuamakor. Bay near Fayette 
Higgins Paine S. truckman, 52 Prince 
Higgins Peter, hatter, Blackstone 
Higgins Willard, tinplate worker, house Knox 
Higgins William, handcartman, 52 Prince 
Higgins William, laborer, 139 Broad 
Higginson Daniel, shipsmith, Lincoln's wf. Commercial 
Higginson Henry, merchant, house 48 Summer 
Higginson James P. merchant. Mount Vernon 
Higginson Samuel T. clerk, h. 6 Beacon 
Higginson (Stephen C), Beals (Sam'l J.) & Co. (Whit- 

weAl, Bond 4' Co.), com. mer. Water. H.'s h. 48 

Highland Daniel, laborer, h. Broadway 
Highland Michael, laborer, Market place 
Hildieth Augustus & John, jr., 50 Faneuil Hall market 
Hildreth Augustus, house 188 Hanover 
Hildreth Charles T. physician, 3 Beach near Wash. Bank 
Hildreth Clifton B. housewright, rear Front, h. 5 Suffolk 
Hildreth Isaac L. merchant, 4 Congress sq. h. 10 Bulfinch 
Hildreth L. H. 93 Salem, house 43 Hanover 
Hiler Jacob, caulker and graver, Commercial near Hull, 

house 8 Unity 
Hiler Josiah, caulker and graver, house Vernon place 
Hiler Margaret, Vernon place 
Hiler Sally, widow, Lime alley 


Hiler Stephen G. shipwright, house Lime alley 

Hiler William H. Board alley 

Hill {Jiaron II.) & Carr (James M.), shoes, 2(52 Wash. 

Hill boards 9 Suffolk place 
Hill Abigail, dressmaker, 150 Purchase 
Hill Amos, saddler, near City scales, house 80 Pond 
Hill Archibald, wharfinger, Liverpool wf. h. 17 Purchase 
Hill Benj. F. {Fitch y H.), house 11 Washington place 
Hill Daniel, housewright, A street 
Hill David, house rear 61 Milk 
Hill (David IV.) & Chamberlain (Thos.), coppersmiths, 

Charlestown near Haveihill. H.'s h. 2 liennet 
Hill Dennis B. provisions, 27 Prince, h. 3 Margaret 
Hill Ebenezer, house corner Green and Lynde 
Hill Elizabeth, widow of Samuel, 20 Myrtla 
Hill Frederick S. comedian, h. 1 Spring 
Hill George & Co. (E. J. Long and IV. E. Hill), dry i 

goods, 333 Washington 
Hill Hannah, widow. 162 Hanover 

Hill Henry,Treas.A.B.C.F.M.28Gornhill,h.57Pinckney 
Hill Jacob, truckman, Market 

Hill James, jr. 107 Faneuil H. market, h. 8 Leveret 
Hill James B. confectioner, 544 Washington 
Hill Jeremiah (Stoddard & H.), h. 48 Chambers 
Hill John, tailor, house rear Short near Bedford 
Hill John, laborer, house Battery 
Hill John, 103 Faneuil Hall market, h. 31 Brattle 
Hill John H. rear 122 Hanover 
Hill John S. clerk, house 1 Humphrey place 
Hill Kinsley S. grocer, Hanover corner Charter 
Hill Mary R. tailoress, S. Cedar near Church 
Hill Nathaniel, housewright, Union, h. Commercial 
Hill Rebecca, 8 North Margin 
Hill Samuel (Cotton, H. & Co.), house Broadway 
Hill Sumner, professoi music, 406, h. 400 Washington 
Hill Thomas, 31 F. H. market, h. 19 Washington place 
Hill Walter E. (G. Hill & Co.), boards 9 Suffolk place 
Hillard Daniel, laborer, rear 4th street ' 

Hillard Geo. S. attorney, 4 Court, h. 28 South 
Hillard William, house 66 Tremont 
Hiller Benjamin H. painter, house Hanover avenue 
Hiller Thomas, stevedore, 96 Warren 
Hilliard Wier, Fulton House, Fulton corner Cross 
Hilliard, Gray & Co. (Harrison Gray and James and 

Charles Broion), booksellers, 112 Wash. See adv. 


illiard William, jr. 27 State 

illman George, VV. I. jr'ds, Comm. n. Ann, h. 59 Salem 

illtiian Mehilabel, widow, 9 Prince 

illman William, 9 Prince 

ills George, carpenter, house lO'J Pleasant 

ills H. S. chair painter, 6 N. Market, h. C7 Salem 

ills (Jos.) «fc Knott (Rob.), ladies' shoemakers, 7 School. 

Hills s house 7*2 Tremont 
ills Natluiniel, laborer, 23 Cross 

ills (Sam'l C.) & Powers (Herman), commission mer- 
chants, 54 Water. H.'s h. 18 Winter 
ikon Frances P. boarding, 23 Myrtle 
ilton Leander, housewright, S. Margin 
illon John T. m.iriner, house Market place 
irnes Joshua V. Rev. house 96 Tremont 
inchcliff Thomas, confectionary, 9 Leveret 
inckley Allen, superintendent aqueduct, 40 Front, h. 

5 Nassau 
inckley Enoch, stevedore, rear 274 Ann 
inckley H. Thos. orna. painter, 26 Wash. h. 9 Pitts 
inck]ey (Holmes) & Co. (G. P. /Drur?/), machinists, 

Front. H.'s ho:)se 692 Washington 
inckley John, h. 7 Prince 
inckley Moses M. stevedore, 74 Sea 
inckley Sylvia, tailoress, Mechanic place 
inds Alfred M. h. 53 Leveret 
inds Mary, tailoress, Essex corner Front 
indman Caldwell F. uphols. 426 Wash. h. 28 Fayette 
indman Howard, upholsterer, house 6 1-2 Elliot 
ine Clermont E. watchmaker, 242 Washington 
ines James, laborer, 19 Hamilton 
ipslay Luke, coppersmith, house Oliver 
iscock Nabby, house 10 Blossom 
iscock Sevvall, provisions, 44 Green, h. 44 Chambers 
itchcock (Heriry) & Nash (Nathaniel C), W. L goods, 

2 Long wf. H.'s house Milton place 
itchcock Samuel A. See Sayles «& H. 
itchings Daniel, 12 Unity 

itchings Ebenezer H. paperhanger, house 12 Unity 
ittenhime John, rigger, h. rear 123 Broad 
itt John, surgical instrument maker, h. rear 359 Wash, 
ixon Edward, upholsterer, 210 Washington 
ixon James, laborer, 108 Broad 
Hoadley John, laborer, 18 Devonshire 


Hobart {Aaron) & Cumings (i?. JV.), dry goods, 21 Cen- 
tral. Hobart boards Ct)mmercial Coffee House 
Hobart Albert, dry goods, 19 Central 
Hobart Billings, keeper Earl Coffee House, 36 Hanover 
Hobart Eben. W. {Gookin, H. & Co.), boards 17 Frank- 
lin place 
Hobart Edward, commission merchant, 15 Doane 
Hobart Enoch & Co. {David Kimball), tailors, 5 State, 

h. 68 Leveret 
Hobart George, com. merch., 15 Doane, b'ds 1 Bromfield 
Hobart James T., 14 State, house 8 Beacon 
Hobart Nathaniel, 21 Central, h. 12 W. Cedar 
Hobart Peter, jr. liousewright, rear 253 Wash. h. 11 N. 

Hobbs John, clothes, 220 Ann 
Hobbs John, pianoforte maker, h. Dedham 
Hobbs J. D. cordwainer, 22 Pinckney 
Hobbs Nathan, silversmith, 1 Dock sq. h. 21 Charter 
Hobbs Prentiss, lumber wharf, 90 Sea, house 53 Sea 
Hobbs Sarah, milliner, 195 Hanover 
Hobbs Thomas, housewright, house rear 2d street 
Hobbs William J. carver, 65 Cornhill, h. 13 Blossom 
Hobby Nancy, house Pinckney lane 
Hodgden Samuel. See Twombly & H. 
Hodgdon Jacob, housewright, h. Milton 
Hodge Jacob, shipwright, Ann street court 
Hodges Jane G. dry goods, 241 Washington 
Hodges John R., Langdon place 

Hodges Otis, straw manufacturer, house 448 Washington 
Hodgkins John, house 7 Green 

Hodson Richard, tinplate worker, 56 Broad, h. 41 Charter 
Hogan Hugh, coachman, rear 29 Milk 
Hogan Michael, laborer, rear 149 Broad 
Hogan Peter, laborer, rear 17 Sea 
Hogan Richard, stevedore, 18 Washington place 
Hogan William, laborer, 1 Spring lane 
Hogary William, Commercial near Prince 
Holahan Christ'n, laborer, rear Centre 
Holahan James, laborer, North square 
Holbrook Anthony, 131 Fan. H. market, h. rear Fulton 
Holbrook {Anth.jr.) &, Young (Dan.), oysters, 52 Brat- 
tle. Holbrook's house Barrett 
Holbrook Avery, grocer, 74 Commercial, h. 6 Tileston 
Holbrook C. W. dis. clerk City Bank 
Holbrook C. & R. E. dry goods, 93 Hanover 



Holbrook Charles, drugjfist, 18 Leveret 

Holbrook (Daniel) & ShiiUuck {fyUliam), hvoheis, 10 

Hanover. H.'s h. IS W. Second 
Holbrook Edward, 52 Long wharf, h. 56 Leveret 
Holbrook Edvv. jr. salt store, 51 Long \vf. h. 58 Leveret 
Holbrook Enos, shipwright, Salutation 
Holbrook George, h. 19 Somerset 
Holbrook (Henry J.). Greene (Franklin, jr.) & Co. (B. 

T. Loring), dry g'ds, 10 Kilby and 11 Doane H.'s 

h. 9 Cambridge 
Holbrook H. M. & Co. (J. H. Bowman), dry goods, 39 

Kilby, h. 4 Montgomery place 
Holbrook jame.s, shipsmith, Broad, op. Otis's wf. h. 164 

Holbrook John, laborer, 53 Pond 

Holbro(»k (Jona.) & Moody (Joshua), grocery, 218 Ann 
Holbrook Jonathan, jr. grocer, 218 Ann, h. r.202 Hanov. 
Holbrook Joseph, oysters, 25 Hanover 
Holbrook Joseph *& Co. (Thomas), oysters, March, row 
Holbrook Samuel, clerk, house 9 Tileston 
Holbrook Samuel, housewright, Salutation 
Holbrook Samuel E. (Whif.more & //.), h. 16 Hull 
Holbrook Sarah, widow of Asa, Commercial near Foster 
Holbrook (S. F.) & Dillon (James), shipwrights, Broad 

opposite Fort hill wharf 
Holbrook Samuel, housewright, Beverly, h. Pitts court 
Holbrook (Theodore) & Tappan (Lewis W.), hardware, 

83 State. H.'s h. Commercial near Foster 
Holbrook Vernon, currier, 14 Clinton 
Holbrook Win. grocery, 1 Pinckney, h. 6 Stillman place 
Holden Abel, h.^2 Brighton 
Holden Adams, chemist, h. rear 2d street 
Holden Ann, widow of Edward, boarding, 2 Bowdoin 
Holden Artemas R., 1 S, Margin 
Holden Ebenezer, 49 Faneuil Hall market 
Holden E. printer, 2 McLean court 
Holden Erastus S. druggist, Charley, house do. 
Holden Horatio N. shoes, 600 Washington, house do. 
Holden James, rear 3 Marshall 
Holden John, mariner, 10 Graphic court 
Holden John, turner, Merrimac, 7 Vine 
Holden Jonathan, truckman, 5 Hanover court 
Holden Justinian, cabinet maker, 32 Leveret lane 
Holden Joshua, ornamental painter, 600 Wash. h. do. 
HoIden^Nicholas, laborer, Hamilton 


llolden Thomas, constable, house 6 Brighton 

Holder Silas, laborer, house 9 George 

Holding Richard, mason, 4th st. ► 

Holdridge Hannah, dressmaker, 14 Fruit 

Holker Nancy D. widow of Jolm, Mt. Vernon place 

Holland Charles S. cop. plate printer, 190 Washington 

Holland James, laborer, rear 81 Sea 

Holland Henry E. housewriglit, h. oppo. 5 Norfolk place 

Holland Laura P. widow, 115 Purchase 

Holland Sarah, widow of John, house 42 Atkinson 

Holland Susan, boarding house, 8 Columbia 

Holland Thomas, house Beach 

Holland Thomas H. lumber, Front, h. op. 647 Washing. 

Holland William, ropemaker, opposite 5 Norfolk place 

Holland William, laborer, 114 Broad 

Holliday Dorcas, widow of Samuel, Commer. near Ann 

Hollis Cha's, painter, Blackst. c Han. h. r. 17 N. Russell 

Hollis Daniel, housewriglit, 1 Oliver place 

Hollis Dolly, widow, Clark alley 

Hollis Ebenezer, housewright, h. Suffolk n. Lucas place 

Hollis Elizabeth, widow, Suffolk near Lucas place 

Hollis L J. shoes, head of Wilkinson's wf h. Commer. 

Hollis James, mason, house rear 427 Washington 

Hollis John, cordwainer, Hanover avenue 

Hollis Joseph, furniture, house 6 Unity 

Hollis Thomas, druggist, 30 Union, h. 117 Hanover 

Holiis Thomas B. captain, house 25 Carver 

Hollis Thomas C. bookbinder, 108 Salem 

Hollis William O. 19 Dock square 

Hollis William, fringe and tassel worker, 4lh street 

Hollis Zebediah, stall, 2 Faneuil Hall market 

Holloway John, house 32 Prince 

Holman Henry, stereotyper, house 3 Grove 

Holman Jonas W. Rev. house 15 Vine 

Holman Oliver, stationer, 98 State, house Eaton 

Holman Seth. See Sawyer & H. 

Holmbert John, clotljing, 86 Broad 

Holmes Augustus S. distill. Distil-h. sq. h. 100 Chambers 

Holmes Benj.D. coppersmith, 157 Broad, b'ds 162 Purch. 

Holmes Daniel, housewiiglu, Flagg alley 

Holmes Francis, shipwright, Commer. c. Greenough lane 

Holmes Galen, house 59 Bowdoin 

Holmes Heman, shipwright, Broadway 

Holmes John, housewright, h. Comm. op. Bartlett's wf. 

Holmes J. B. ( Wadleigh, Badger & Co.), h. 4 Salem pi. 


Holmes Jesse, typefounder, h. 4 1-2 Alden lane 
Holmes Leonard, clerk in post office, house Lyndc 
Holmes Mnry Ann H. widow, 5 Norfolk pLce 
Holmes Meliifabel, boardin<r, 5 Union 
Holmes Nancy, boarding liouse. 30 Federal 
Holmes Nathaniel, boarding, 17 Biattle 
Holn)es Polly, widow, Porlhmd place 
Holmes Richard, caipenter, 94 Warren 
Holmes Samuel, housewright, house Leveret court 
Holmes Samuel, rigger, Ann, head Union wharf 
Holmes William, hairdresser, 183 Hanover, h. Richm'd 
Holmes William S. stable, 15 Beacon, h. 52 Temple 
Holmes (JFju.) & Clark (Bradley M), painters, 71 Broad 
Hoist Christian K. cabinetmaker, 426 Washing, h. do. 
Holt Abiel, laborer, house Southac corner Grove 
Holt Daniel A blacksmith, house Broadway 
Holt Hannah D. boarding house, 2 Bath 
Holt John, shipwright, 3d street 
Holt Peter . housewright, 33 South Russell 
Holt Sylvester, paperhanger, r. 255. h. r. 305 Washing. 
Holt Marcha L. house rear Leveret 
Holton John, trucknian, house Pitts 
Holtt.n Leonard, teamster, rear Friend 
Homan Milton, laborer, rear Church near Madison place 
Homans John, physician, 157 Treraont 
Homer Albert, painter, 64 Court, h. 46 Myrtle 
Homer Benjamin P. 37 Beacon 

Homer (Cha's S.) &, Gray {JVilliavi), hardw. 13 Dock sq. 
Homer Charles W. {Homes, Homer 4* Co.), h. 95 Salem 
Homer David, livery stable, 2, house 3 West 
Homer Eleazer, house 80 Hanover 
Homer Eleazer, jr. lumber, Battery wharf 
Homer Elisha R. teamster, h. East rear Engine house 
Homer Enoch, laborer, North Margin 
Homer Eugene A Belgian Con. 44 India wf h. 37 Beacon 
Homer Francis H. P. painter, 562 Wash. h. 24 Orange 
Homer Gilman, house ('harlestown 
Homer George, cashier State Bank, h. AG Temple 
Homer George, jr. Sec'y Merchants Insurance Company 
Homer George J. {Homes, H. ^ Co.), h. 6 Milton place 
Homer Henry, crier Munic. Court, h. rear 14 Spring 
Homer Jacob (Ciarkc, H. & Liliie), house 35 Bridge 
Homer Jacob P. coachmaker, ill Camb. h. Pinckney 
Homer {James L.) & Palmer {Joseph), prop. Daily Com. 
Gaz. 34 Congress. Homer's house 11 Sullivan pi. 


Homer John F. turner, house 52 South 

Homer Joseph W. boarding officer of Custom House, 72. 

Loris: wharf, house 37 IMnckney 
Homer Mary, widow, 17 Demo 
Homer Peter T. {Jidams, H. & Co.), h. 3S Essex 
Homer Rebecca, widow, house 21 Brighton 
Homer Sidney. See Adams, H. *& Co. 
Homer Susan, widow of David, house 3 West 
Homer Tiiompson K. turner, house rear 52 Allen 
Homer T. I. {H. B. Pierce &,^ Co.), house 37 Pinckney 
Homer Walter W. housew't, h. rear Church n. 
Homer William F. crockery ware, 33 Union, h. 43 Spring 
Homer William H. printer and stationer, 51 & 53 Broad, 

iiouse 10 Hamilton 
Homes Barzillai, fur dealer, 100 Milk, h. 504 Washing. 
Homes (Henry), Homer {Geo. J.) & Co. (C. JV. Homer), 

hardware, 34 Union. Homes's h. 2 Hamilton 
Homes Hannah B. wid. of Josiah W. 504 Washington 
Homes John, hardware, 35 Union, house 14 Brattle 
Homes Nathaniel B. house 5 Brattle square 
Homes. See Holmes 
Honners, Elizabeth, widow, f)2 Prince 
Hood C[)arles, cashier Com. Bank, h. Summer c. High 
Hood Eliza, widow of Charles, house 36 Elliot 
Hood Samrel, matmaker, house rear C street 
Hood Samuel, jr. twine, house 3d street 
Hoogs {Mbert G.) & Livermore (Elijah), mer. 40 India 
Hoogs Mary, widow, rear 17 Federal 
Hoogs William H. housewright, Church, house 4 do. 
Hook Dudley W. laborer, house 231 Ann 
Hook Elias & Geo. G. organ build. Friend, h. 41 High 
Hook Gilinan, 30 Commercial 
Hook Jacob, truckman, house rear 5 Snowhill 
Hook Mary, rear 242 Hanover 
Hooker Sarah, widow, 11 Leveret 

Hooper Henry N. & Co. (!V'vi Blake ^ Tho's Richard- 
son), copper dealers, 24 Commer. H.'s h. Foster 
Hooper Henry, clerk Hamilton Bank, h. 65 Pleasant 
Hooper Isaac D. merchant, 20 Central wharf 
Hooper James L. housewright, house Southnc 
Hooper John (B. Loring &. Co.), h. 15 La Grange place 
Hooper Nathaniel, rear 65 Charier 
Hooper Susan, crockery, 71 Salem 
Hooper Robert, jr. mer. 34 State, house 37 Mt. Vernon 
Hooper Robert C. merchant, 20 Central wharf 


Hooper Samuel {Bryant, Sturcris & Co.), h. 21 South 

Hooper Thonu'is, messenger Massachusetts Bank , 

Hooper Thomas, captain, ]6 Pitts 

Hooper Thomas VV. teller Mercliants Bank 

Hooton David, printer, over 42 Congress, h. 51 Prince 

Hooton Francis, painter, house 20 Carver 

Hooton Henry, organist, New England Museum 

Hooton James, professor of musi';,445 Washington 

Hooton John B. paperstainer, Camden, h.op. 805 Wash. 

Hooton John, 51 Prince 

Hooton John, jr. sailmaker, Lewis's wharf, h. 45 Prince 

Hooton Lydia, witiow, 20 Carver y 

Hooton William, snilmaUer, 72 Long wharf 

Hope Ann, srhoolmistress. Church near S. Cedar 

Hope Eliza M. nurse, house 11 Leveret 

Hope Rebecca A. E. school. Wash. cor. Bed. h. Church 

Hopkins Abner F. handcartman, Cooper corner Pond 

Hopkins Cliarles, laborer, hou.*e 8 W. Centre 

Hopkins Daniel, provisions, l(iO. h. 156 Purchase 

Hopkins Eliza, house 15 South Russell 

Hopkins Hannah, widow, h. Southac corner Garden 

Hopkins Levi W. house 82 Sunuuer 

Hopkins Lucy, house 15 Soulh Russell 

Hopkins Milton W. Coffee House, 4 Cornhill square 

Hopkins Reuben, 89 Chaml)ers 

Hopkins Solomon, house 52 Poplar 

Hoppin John, vvoodwharfin<rer, 27 Charles 

Hoppin Thomas, c(»rdvvainer, house 37 Brighton 

Hoppin Mary, 2 Myrtle court 

Hopping Sarah, Salutation 

Hore John, laborer, house rear 5th street 

Horn Henry, hatter, 4 Washington, h. South Cedar 

Horn Henry. See E. Woodman & Co. 

Horn Joshua, stall, 19 F. H. market, h. Travers 

Horn Nathaniel, housewright, h. 14 Federal 

Horn William {Andrews 4" H), h. 37 Leveret 

Hornsman Henry, laborer, Clark alley 

Horr Luther, hoiisewr't, Carver, h. I Trem. s. of Pleasant 

Horr Lucius, dry goods, 103 Hanover, boards at Earl's 

Horrigan James, laborer. Broad corner Cotton place 

Horrigan John, laborer, Tremont, near Pleasant 

Horrigan John, laborer, h. Biitolph 

Horrigan Thomas, blacksmith, h. Mechanic place 

Ilorsman Mary, widow, 10 Vine 

Horton David W. (Scudder, Cordis S^ Co.), h. 18 Bulfinch 


Horton Francis, blacksmith, h. Ann street court , 

Horton Gustavus {Light & H), h. 18 Bullinch 

Horton Henry B. clerk, h. 150 Pleasant 

Horton Henry K. (F. Skinner & Co.), h. 54 I*oplar 

Horton Mary, nurse, 18 Plensnnt street court 

Horton Roby, widow, h. 18 Bulfinch 

Hosoa Richard, house 75 Charter 

Hosea (Samuel, jr.) «St Peirce (Jonathan), pumpmakers, 

Sargent's vvf. Hosea's h. 24 Sahitation 
Hoskins Jane, widow, liouse 8 South street place 
Hoskins William, cooper, li. 12 Boylston 
Hosnier Calvin, dry :ioods, 73 Hanover, h. 57 Leveret 
Hosmer Luther, cofifectioner, h. rear 49 Temple 
Hosiner (Zelotes) &■ Grew (John), hardware, 84 Milk 
Hosmer Zelotes, h. 9 Milton place 

Houghton Caleb, pianofortemaker, boards 1 Jefferson pi. 
Houghton Ezra, laborer, 1(32 Hanover 
Houghton George VV. dry goods, GO Hanover 
Houghton Jamts, laborer, h. rear 132 Ann 
Houghton Lawson, teamster, h. rear 18 Ash 
Houghton Samuel A. grocer, Brighton cor. Poplar, house 

Spring street place 
Houpt Charles J. silversmith, 1 Bromfield, h. Merrimac 
House Abner, carpenter, 74 Charles 
House Eleazer G. printer, h. 6 Snowhill 
House Timothy, captain, rear Snowhill 
Housley Ann Maria, widow, h. 6 S. Berlnet 
Housley George (Tompkins & /"/•), h. rear 17 N. Russell 
Houston Alexander, housewright, Spring street place 
Houston William, laborer, 3d street 
Hovey Abijah VV. 35 Commercial 

Hovey Charles F. (Jabez C. Howe 4' Co.), h. 8 Milton pi. 
Hovey Elbridge A. harnessmaker, h. 51 Carver ' 

Hovey George O. See George Howe «& Co. 
Hovey Hannah, widow of Henry A. house 51 Carver 
Hovey Henry A. coachmaker, 68 Boylston 
Hovey John G. See Adams & H. 
Hovey Lucretia, dressmaker, 39 Boylston 
Hovey & Co. (Phinclias B. &l Charles M.), seed store, 

79 Cornhill 
Hovey Samuel S. provisions, Bromfield, h. 32 Bridge 
Hovey William B. stall, 32 Faneuil Hall market 
How Elizabeth, house B street 
How Ephraini, laborer, boards 052 Washington 
How (Hall J.) &, Jones (Eben.), dry goods,'69 Milk 


How Hall J. house South Boston Heights 

How Lucy, widow, h. Dorchester 

How. See Howe 

Howard Abigail, widow, opposite 79 Pleasant 

Howard (Mrahmn) & Merry {Robert D. C), merchants, 

39 Central wharf. Howard's h. Temple place 
Howard Benjamin {Chandler S/-H.), h. 4 Kingston 
Howard Davis, cordwainer, 16 School, h. 23 Pinckney 
Howard Dorcas, h. 177 Hanover 
Howard Edward, jr. house 18 Myrtle 
Howard Eleazer, h. 702 Washington 
Howard Elizabeth, widow, 2 Orange court 
Howard Elizabeth, house 17 Chesnut 
Howard Elijah, housewright, boards 11 Nassau 
Howard Harry, laborer, 106 Broad 
Howard I. F. See Abbott t& H. 
Howard John, 196 Hanover 
Howard John, laborer, 78 l*urchase 
Howard John, laborer, rear Dedham 
Howard John C. physician, West, 1st h. from Tremont 
Howard John D. caulker and graver, h. r. 160 Washing. 
Howard Jonathan, house 1 Bulfinch place 
Howard Joseph, housewright. h. 108 Cambridge 
Howard Mary, tailoress, 11 Unity 

Howard Nath'l, physician, 93 Cambridge, h. 17 Blossonj 
Howard Nicholas, housewright, h. 72 Charles 
Howard P'atience, mantuamaker, rear 143 Washington 
Howard Samuel, iron founder, h. rear C street 
Howard Samuel, provisions, 56 Spring, h. 40 Brighton 
Howard Thomas M. masim, h. 2 South Cedar 
Howard William, housewright, h. Thacher 
Howard William H. 4th street 
Howe Ann, widow of John, 3 North Bennet 
Howe {Cranston) & Stevens {Loriman G.), W. I. goods, 

Turnpike, H.'s house Broadway 
Howe Elines, laborer, rear 80 Tremont 
Howe George & Co. {Geo. O. Hoveij ^J\ath'l Whiting) j 

dry goods, 53 Kilby, h. 27 Winter 
Howe Isabella, sciiool, Bennet cor. Short lane 
Howe Isaac, clerk, house 283 Washington 
Howe Jabez C. &.. Co. {Charles Mixter , Charles F. Hovcy 

&. Samuel Johnson), importers, 55 Kilby 
Howe Jacob, boarding house, 266 Washington 
Howe John, 13 Fleet 
Howe John, printer, 17 Charter 

218 DIRECtoRY. 

Howe John & Thomas, lumber wharf, Sea, h. 5 Elliot 
Howe Jonathan, printer, 39 Merchant's row 
Howe Jonathan, 54 Kilby 

Howe Joseph N. measurer Custom H. h. 3 Pleasant st. ct. 
Howe Jubal, watchmaker, 123 Wash. h. 16 Charles 
Howe Marcus, cordwainer, 33 Front, h. 7 Nassau 
Howe Maria, widow, rear 33 Thacher 
Howe Mary, widow, 252 Washington 
Howe Nathaniel, cooper, h. Bartlett 
Howe Nathaniel, jr. cooper, 10 Charter 
Howe Rebecca, widow, 14 Carver 
Howe Robert, plumber, 20 Salem, house Pond 
Howe Samuel, General Insp sole leather, 9 N. Market | 
•Howe Samuel, boarding, 34 Milk 
Howe Samuel G. physician, superintendent and director 

of the Institution for the Blind, 19 Pearl 
Howe Sarah, dressmaker, h. rear 26 Chambers 
Howe Sarah, widow, 15 Salem place 
Howe Solomon, housewright, h. 32 Poplar 
Howe Susan, nurse, h. rear 26 Chambers 
Howe Thomas, grocer, 21, house 23 S. Russell 
Howe Thomas. See Bramhall & H. 
Howe Thomas, 89 Hanover 

Howe Thomas, lumber, Sea, h. 13 La Grange place 
Howe William, hats, 34 Ann, h, 15 Salem place 
Howe William, victualling cellar, Broad cor. Summer 
Howe Warren, cabinetmaker, h. 36 Orange 
Howes {Barzillal) & Colburn (Joseph), lumber wharf, 

Turnpike. H.'s house Broadway 
Howes Benj. clothing, head Hancock's wf h. 18 N.Benn't 
Howes Elisha, captain, h. Broadway cor. Dorchester 
Howes Martha, dressmaker. Union 
Howes P. S. druggist, Blackstone, h. 33 Ann 
Howes Samuel P. portrait painter, 7 Stillman place 
Howes Willis, captain, Broadway cor. Dorchester 
Howland Caleb, mason, 63 Elliot 
Howland Edwin, clerk, h. 65 Pleasant 
Howland Henry J. printer, h. 3 N. Russell 
Howland Luther, grocer, 21 Salem, h. 15 Stillman 
Howland Maria, superintend. Female Refuge, 12 Charter 
Howland Wealthea, widow, 65 Pleasant 
Hoxse Michal, widow of George W. 81 Sea 
Hoyt Aaron B. teacher, Silver 
Hoyt Stephen, house Merrimac 
Hoyt Elisha, cordwainer, h. 47 Pleasant 


Hfoyt Elizabeth, widow of Charles, 132 Pleasant 
3oyt Thomas, mariner, h. Salutation 
Hubbard Abel, housewright, 45 Myrtle 
Hubbard Benjamin B. laborer, rear 70 Merrimac 
Hubbard Cliarles, sign and ornamental painter, 4 State. 

See advertisement 
Hubbard Christopher, printer, h. 15 Province H. court 
Hubbard F. M. school, 3 Codman's bnild'gs, h. 4 Bowdoia 
Hubbard George, physician, 54 Hanover 
Hubbard Henry, house 51 Mt. Vernon 
Hubbard John, merchant, h. W. Cedar cor. Mt. Vernon 
iHubbard John C. chairmaker, 581 Wash. h. 15 Fayette 
iHubbard Lucretia, 13 Winter 

iHubbard Saml, counsel. 1 Barrist. Hall, h. 1 Bumst'd pi. 
Hubbard Wm. J. counsellor, 20 Court, h. 72 Chesnut 
Hudson Benjamin, office 115 Pond, boards 44 Federal 
Hudson Charles A. upholsterer, 27 Dock sq. h. 2 Vernon 
Hudson Ezra, fisherman, rear 8 South street place 
Hudson Gordon, ironfounder, rear Broadvvway 
Hudson John, house 118 Hanover 
Hudson Nathaniel, weaver, h. 134 Pleasant 
Hudson Oliver (Kelley & //.), h. Exchange Coffee H. 
Hudson Samuel, provisions, 2 Chambers, h. 2 Hawkins 
Hudson Sumner, 10 S. Market, boards rear Boston Bank 
Hudson Thomas {Jidams &. H.), house 16 Charter 
Hudson William R., Turnpike near 4th street 
Huff Simon, pumpmaker, h. South street place 
Huggeford Henry H. dep. Sheriff, 4 Court, h. 11 Beacon 
Huggins Amos R. laborer, h. Turnpike 
Hughes Esther, Tremont Theatre, h. 17 Franklin place 
Hughes Frederick, tailor, 11 Brattle, h. 18 I'inckney 
Hughes George {Parrott & H.), h. 1 Q,uincy place 
Hughes Henry, mariner, rear 150 Ann 
Hughes John, milkman, rear 75 Elliot 
Hughes Sarah, widow of Thomas, 1 Q,uincy place 
Hughes Thomas, h. 1 Quincy place 
Hull Jonathan, housewright, Battery 
Humphrey Benj. merchant, 21 Commercial, h. Hancock 
Humphrey Benjamin, house 1 Myrtle 
Humphrey Catherine, widow, 19 Boylston 
Humphrey (David) & Dudley {Charles S.), W. I. goods^ 

42 Long wharf. Humphrey boards 9 Hancock 
Humphrey Giles, housewright, 10 1-2 Pleasant 
Humphrey Henry B. See J. H. Pearson & Co. 
Humphreys William, flour, 45 Long wf. h. 9 Hancock 


Humphries Sopbronia, widow, 78 Pleasant 

Hunkins James, collector, iiouse 36 South 

Hunneman William C. engine builder, 37 Union 

Hunneman S. & W. coppersmiths, 20 Union 

Hunnewell D. H. house 43 Milk jj 

Hunnewell Peter, hair worker, 351 Washington 

Hunstable John A. P. rigger, h. Salter place ; 

Hunt Anna, 3 1-2 Sudbury 

Hunt Anna, 68 Charter 

Hunt Betsey, 68 Charter 

Hunt Charles S., W. I. goods, 32, house 36 Sea 

Hunt Charlotte, boarding, 120 Washington 

Hunt Edward P. machinist, h, rear Pitts 

Hunt Hannah, 67 Bedford 

Hunt James, housewright, h. INedmont near Church 

Hunt James, housewright. 111 Pleasant 

Hunt James, stationer. Custom-house st. h. 15 Atkinson 

Hunt John, laborer, h. S. Russell 

Hunt John, morocco, 30 North Market 

Hunt John, housewright, Church, h. 129 Pleasant 

Hunt John E. Eagle Coffee House, Commercial 

Hunt John E. cordwamer, h. 11 Summer 

Hunt Joseph, printer, boards 67 Bedford 

Hunt Joseph S. L. cabinetmaker, h. rear 773 Washington 

Hunt M. dressmaker and milliner, 11 Summer 

Hunt Mary, widow. Theatre alley 

Hunt Matthew, branch pilot, 4 Fleet 

Hunt Matthew M. house 117 Tremont 

Hunt Moses. See Rice & H. 

Hunt Moses, victualler, 94 Commercial 

Hunt Reymond, boarding, Commer. head Hancock's wf. 

Hunt Ruth, widow of Samuel W. 50 Cambridge 

Hunt Samuel, Sec'ry Manufact. Ins. Co. h. 18 Hancock 

Hunt Samuel, housewright, h. 95 Charles 

Hunt Simon, 472 Washington 

Hunt Thonjas, shoes, 38 Hanover 

Hunt (Thomas) & Dascomb (Thomas R.), 31 Long wf. 

Hunt's house 45 Essex 
Hunt Timothy, cabinetmaker, 350 Washington 
Hunt Timothy, chair painter, 17 Tileston 
Hunter Ann, nurse, h. 11 Allen 

Hunter John, marble manufacturer, h. 677 Washington 
Hunter William, victualler, 47 N. Market, h. 5 Stillman 
Hunter William G. counsellor, 8 Kilby, h. 11 Beacon 
Hunting Bela (Macoviber, Satcin &. jF/.), h. 12 Pearl place 


Hunting Daniel F. 17 Commercial wharf, h. 4th street 
Hunting Ebenezer N. 5 Market square, h. 40 Spring 
Hunting Mich'l B., W. I. g'ds, 729 Wash. h. 10 Orange 
Hunting Reuben, house 18 IMeasant street court 
Hunting Thomas, house 6 Orange 
Hunting William F. grocer, 19 Atkinson, house do. 
iHuntington Julia A. boarding house, 25 Summer 
Huntington Lynde A. See Goodrich & H. 
Huntington Ralph, merchant, h. 34 Washington place 
Huntress John, house 1 Myrtle court 
Huntress Jos. F. wood & lumber, 84 Front, h. Thaxter pi. 
Hurd Alvin, printer, house rear 89 Sea 
Hurd Calvin, shoe store, 101 Court, h. rear 15 Gouch 
Hurd (John), Hutchins {Ezra C.) &. Skinner {John F.), 

W. I. goods, 11 S. Market. Hurd's h. 8 Tremont 
Hurd William L. pressman, house 27 Carver 
Hurden Henry, North Margin 
Hurlbert Jesse P. paper, 25 Court, h. 48 Temple 
Hurlbert {T. R.), Leavitt {Charles F.) & Co. {S. Bates^ 

jr.), stoves, IG Union. Hurlbert's h. 9 Derne 
Hurlbutt Elisha, well digger, house rear 111 Hanover 
Hurley James, tailor, 12 Pitts 

Hurley John, housevvright, h. rear 34 Tremont n. Wash. 
Hurley John, waiter, rear 73 Elliot 

Hurley Elizabeth, widovvr, sempstress, oppo. 79 Pleasant 
Hurley Lydia, widow, 4 Myrtle court 
Hurley Timothy, Commercial near Foster 
Huse Elizabeth H. house 27 Mt. Vernon 
Huse Joseph, variety store, 475 Washington 
Huse William, pianofortemaker, h. rear 773 Washington 
Huse William, house 111 Cambridge 
Hussey Joseph, boards 42 Purchase 
Hussey Nathan, housevvright, h. 17 N. Russell 
Hussey Samuel, teamster, h. Middlesex near Castle 
Huston John & Edward, confectionary, 418 Washington. 

J. H.'s house 68 Congress 
Huston Edward (J. & E. H.) h. Short cor. Short st. ct. 
Huston Nancy, widow of John, 68 Congress 
Hutchings William, boarding, 229 Ann 
Hutchins Elizabeth, house 36 Myrtle 
Hutchins Ezra C. {Hurd, H. & Skinner), h.8 Trem't pi. 
Hutchins Mary, widow, 61 South 
Hutchins Moses, 6 Cross 

Hutchinson Andrew B-, W. I, g'ds, 69 Purch. h. 1 Spear al . 
Hutchinson Elizabeth, nurse, opposite 155 Pleasant 


Hutchinson Erastus, housewright, h. Short street court 
Hutchinson {Elijah G.) & Sampson (Calvin C), furni-i 

ture, 21 Cornhill 
' Hutchinson (Henry) & Bunill (j3. S.), sailmakers, 18; 

City wharf 
Hutchinson Honry, house 81 Prince 
Hutchinson Jolin, rigger, 285 Ann 
Hutchinson John B. clerk, 29 Kilby, house 4 Derne 
Hutchinson Mary C. widow, achoohnistress, 6 Wendell 1 
Hutchinson Mary, widow, 27 Cross 
Hutchinson Richard, clerk, 12 Pleasant street court 
Hutchinson Richard, laborer, Broad cor. Purchase 
Hutchinson Thomas L , Branch Bank, h. 21 Poplar 
Hutton John, tailor, 27 Union : 

Hyde Catherine P. dressmaker, rear G Elliot 
Hyde Mary, schoolmistress, 17 Short 
Hyde Michael S. painter, 546 Washington, h. 19 Fayette 
Hyde Nathan D. land office, 14 State, h. 57 Federal 
Hyde William A. merchant, 51 India wharf, h. 4 Beacon 
Hyne Ann M. boarding, 260 Ann 

lASIGI I. 41India 

lasigi Joseph, commis. merch't, h. Beacon cor. Somerset 

Ide Edwin. See Brown & I. 

Inches Charles, merchant, house Pearl • 

Inches Elizabeth and Susan, 123 Tremont • 

Inches Henderson, merchant, Russia wharf, h. Pearl 

Inches Henderson, jr. {Martin Brimmer &/• Co.), h. Pearl) 

Ingalls Benjamin, brassfounder, rear 10 Prince 

Ingalls Charles, hackrnan, 97 Broad 

Ingalls Daniel, merchant, house opposite 20 Elliot 

Ingalls John R. blockmaker, house 7 George 

Ingalls Jonathan, house 9 Centre 

Ingalls Mary, sempstress, 19 Tileston 

Ingalls William {Htrvey ^ I.), h. 20 Atkinson 

Ingtjrsol Benjamin, boards 48 Purchase 

Ingersol Joseph, 10 Central wharf, h. at Marlboro' Hotel 

Ingersoll William, captain, 74 Essex 

Inglis Jane, Mount Vernon 

Ingols Levi. See G. Clarke & Co. 

Ingolls Moses, clothing store, 205 Ann, h. N. Margin 

Ingraham Ann, widow, Creek square 

Ingraham D. G. instructer, 170 Tremont, h. 10 W. Cedar 

Ingraham Joseph W. house 76 Pond J 

Ingraham Sarah, widow of Joseph, 76 Pond I 


Ingram George, chairmaker, rear 13 Milk 

Innis Immanuel, machinist, 90 Court 

Ireland Jonathan, chaiseniaker, 546 Wash. h. 48 Warren 

Irish Isaac, 31 Ann, h. 19 Salem 

Irish William D. pianofortemaker, rear 727 Washington 

Irvin John, hiborer, 14 Distil-house square 

Irving Simeon, Prospect 

Irwin David D. accountant, 5th street 

Isaverdons B. merchant, house 6 Walnut 

Ivers Edward, tinplater, 612, house 656 Washington 

Ives Chauncey B. carver, 362 Washington, b'ds 105 Front 

JACK JONATHAN, housewright, 6 W. Second 

Jackman Mary, widow, rear 51 South 

Jackson Abigail, 30 North Russell 

Jackson Andrew, mariner, h. 275 Ann 

Jackson Anna, widow, h. 1 Hancock av. cor. Mt. Vernon 

Jackson Charles, counsellor, 39 Court, h. 7 Bedford place 

Jackson C. T. physician, 11 Hanover 

Jackson Daniel, shipwright, house 2d street 

Jackson Edmund, tallowchandler, h. 773 Washington 

Jackson Eben, painter, Milk cor. Bath, h. 105 Purchase 

Jackson Elizabeth, widow, Sewall place 

Jackson Emanuel, mariner, house Clark 

Jackson Ezra S. housewright, house 41 Bridge 

Jackson Francis, Agent S. Cove Co. 27 State, h. 7 Hollis 

Jackson George & Co. (fViUiam), tallowchandlers, 785, 

house 767 Washington 
Jackson Hannah, widow, 6 Bedford place 
Jackson Isaac, dry goods, 27 Central, iiouse 38 Spring 
Jackson Jacob, laborer, 5 Leveret 
Jackson James, physician, 40 Summer 
Jackson John, silk hats, 34 Washington, h. 4 Province 
Jackson Joel, teamster, 719 Washington 
Jackson J. B. S. physician, 6 Bedford place 
Jackson Leonard, printer, h. 48 Myrtle 
Jackson Levi, coppersmith, 64 Portland, h. 48 Allen 
Jackson Lydia, widow, h. 21 Somerset 
Jackson Martha W. indel. ink marker, Piedmont n. Pleas. 
Jackson Patrick T. merchant, 83 Milk, h. 17 Winter 
Jackson Sarah, widow, 3 Tileston 
Jackson Samuel, jr. mariner, h. 547 Washington 
Jackson Stephen W. soap works, 775 Washington 
Jackson Thomas, assessor, 27 Pinckney 
Jackson Ward, lumber, North Grove, h. 12 McLean 


Jackson William, Hanover avenue 
Jackson William. See George Jackson & Co. 
Jackson William, housewright, h. 14 W. Second 
Jackson William P. painter, h. 36 Short 
Jacobs Asa & Hiram, 2 Boylston market, h. 55 Pleasant 
Jacobs Benj. jr. linen store, 44 Wash, b'ds at Exch. C. H. 
Jacobs Cynthia, widow, 7 Federal 

Jacobs Elisha, combs & fancy g'ds, 73 Water, b'ds 11 Elm 
Jacobs Eliza, boarding house, 36 Hancock 
Jacobs George, shipwright, h. Broadway 
Jacobs George C, Ivers corner Merrimac 
Jacobs George C. See Spaulding & J. 
Jacobs James B. oysterman, rear 87 Washington, h. Bay- 
Jacobs {John Y.) & Higgins (John S.), oysters, 114 Court. 

Jacobs's house Butolph 
Jacobs John R. provisions, 32 Milk, h. 6 Sullivan place 
Jacobs Joshua, jr. housewright, Friend, h. 31 Brattlo 
Jacobs Lydia, clothing store, 489 Washing, h. S. Bennet 
Jacobs Peter, rigger, boarding house, 274 Ann 
Jacobs Seth, mason, Butolph 
James George. See Putney & J. 
James John W. counsellor, 10 Court 
James Thomas, house 98 Salem 
Jameson Hugh, dep. surveyor. Custom H. h. 13 Oak 
Jameson Patrick, laborer, rear 88 Warren 
Jameson Sarah, widow, 7 Columbia 
Jameson Susan, tailoress, 8 Boylston square 
Janes (Theodore) & Pierce {J. V.), bookbinders, 19 Wash. 

Janes's house Harvard place 
Jaques Henry, teller Suffolk Bank 
Jaquith Aaron, paper ruler, 95 Charles 
Jaquith Moses & Aaron, cylindrical rulers, 136 Wash. 

M. J.'s house 20 Chambers 
Jaquith Oliver, porter Union Bank 
Jaquith Thomas R. North Margin 
Jardan David, laborer, 1 Cedar lane 
Jardine James, laborer. Lane place 
Jarves Deming, Boston & Sandwich Glass Company, 

103 Milk, house 71 Summer 
Jarvis Benjamin, 56 Pleasant 
Jarvis W. C. 8 Kilby 
Jarvis William P. house 56 Pleasant 
Jeffers Mary B. house 6 Avery 
Jefferson Eleanor, h. 8 Essex place 
Jefferson Elizabeth, house 7 Temple 


Jeffery George, confectioner, 27 Union 

Jeffries John, physician, 9 Franklin 

Jellison John, laborer, opposite 78 Warren 

Jellison Zar-hatiah ife Co. {J. L. Drigham), merchants, 

33 Central wharf, h. 20 McLean 
Jemerson William, rear 194 Hanover 
Jenkit)s Catharine, h. Bartlett 

Jenkins Eben'r, housewright, Lancaster, h. 70 Merrimac 
Jenkins Edward, blacksmith, Pond 

Jenkins Gera, grocer, Comrner. n. Hanover, h. Snowhill 
Jenkins Gideon, chaisemaker, h. rear 29 Milk 
Jenkins Henrv, painter, CO Commer. b'ds op. 4 Columbia 
Jenkins Horatio, shipsmith, Connnercial, h. Jenkins pi. 
Jenkins Isaiah, pattern maker, Broadway 
Jenkins Joseph, builder, Temple 
Jenkins Joseph, jr. attorney. 27 State, h. Temple 
Jenkins Joseph W. tailor, li State, h. 4 Morton place 
Jenkins Joshua, painter and glazier, 80 B street 
Jenkins Mary, widow, nurse, Bridge street avenue 
Jenkins Noble E. cooper, Liverpool wf. h. 41 Purchase 
Jenkins Sally, widow of Isaac, rear 602 Washington 
Jenkins Samuel, boatman, 4th street 
Jenkins Sarah, 5 Marshall 

Jenkins Solon, painter. Arch wharf, h. Broadway 
Jenkins Susan, nurse, High street place 
Jenkins William C grocer, Dorchester 
Jenks Alice, widow, 8 Hayvvard place 
Jenks J. H. publisher, 8 School, h. 1 Crescent place 
Jenks Susanna, 291 Ann 

Jenks William, Kev. 1 Crescent place • 

Jenness Abigail, house 5 Milton 
Jenness {John S.), Gage (John) & Moody (George), dry 

goods, 3 Liberty square 
Jenness Woodbury, watchman, h. 56 Fayette 
Jentiey Stephen & Co. (John Cooii), merchants, 8 Central 

wharf, house 44 Purchase 
Jenning Alexander H. blacksmith. Market, h. 23 Friend 
Jennings Eliza, widow, 135 Hanover 
Jennings John, caulker and graver, 15 Fleet 
Jennings Joseph, baker, rear Friend 
Jennings Michael, laborer, 18 Siillman 
Jennings Philip, jr. caulker, Commer. c. Henchman lane 
Jennings William, niastmaker, rear 38 Charter 
Jennison George, cabinetmaker, h. Beach 
Jennison Ruth, widow, 164 Hanover 


Jennison William, 33 Spring 

Jepson Mary, widow, 12 Gouch 

Jepson Samuel, housewriglit, 4 S. Margin, house 26 do. 

Jepson William, watchmaker, house 12 Gouch 

Jerauld Washington, housewright, 11 Thacher 

Jerome John J. house 1 Kingston 

Jessop Joseph H. boarding house, 256 Ann 

Jewell John, laborer, 2 North square 

Jewett {D. E.) & Co veil (Charles), dry goods, 48 Hanov. 

Jewelt Eliphalet, housewright, h. 3 Madison place 

Jewett Emerson, laborer, house Sister 

Jewett J. H. (Kimball, J. fy Co.), house 55 Hancock 

Jewett Jonathan, jr. painter, boards 679 Washington 

Jewett Nathaniel & Co. ( JV. T. Andrews), sugar refiners,' ' 

26 Atkinson, house 15 Williams 
Jewett Rebecca, widow of David, h. 4 Pemberton hill 
Johnson Abigail, widow, house 36 Cambridge 
Johnson Abijah S. housew't, r. Charles, h. 76 Mt. Vernon 
Johnson Aniasa P. laborer, h. 207 Hanover 
Johnson Andrew, clerk, 6 Pitts 
Johnson Arabel, widow, tailoress, 8 Ballard place 
Johnson Artemas W. truckman, 8 Stillrnan place 
Johnson Benjamin, broker, 9 City Hall 
Johnson (Carver), Sikes (John) & Roberts (John), house- 

wrights, Friend 
Johnson Catharine, widow, Theatre alley 
Johnson Charles, clerk, house Castle near Front 
Johnson Charles, housewright, h. 4 South street place 
Johnson Daniel, 6 Pitts 
Johnson Daniel, laborer, 8 Sudbury 
Johnson Ebenezer, mason, h. 21 Atkinson 
Johnson Edward, 4 Tremont near Washington 
Johnson Elizabeth, widow, nurse, h. 4 Fayette court 
Johnson Enoch, laborer, house Peck lane 
Johnson George L. (Gray & J.), house 48 Milk 
Johnson George, house Centre corner Hanover 
Johnson George, house Merrimac 
Johnson George W. 69 Salem 
Johnson Gustavus, cooper, 39 Prince 
Johnson Hannah M. 18 Winter 
Johnson (Hiram) & Dikes (Sam'l), W. I, goods, 25 Long 

wharf. Johnson's house 22 Allen 
Johnson Henry, laborer, house Elliot cor. Barre place 
Johnson Ira, victualler, 13 Merchants row, h. 5 S. Margin 
Johnson Jacob, mariner, Langdon place 


Johnson Jacob A. housevvright, house 8 Short 
Johnson James B. barkeeper, Portland, h. 58 Fayette 
Johnson (James), Sewall &. Co. {Ebenr Date), American 

goods, 97 State. J.'s house 38 Green 
Johnson James, collector, h. 5 Snowhill 
Johnson John, rigger, h. rear Commercial near Hanover 
Johnson Jonas, grocer, Prince cor. Garden ct. h. Cross 
Johnson Joseph, W. I. g'ds, 11 Foster's vvf. h. Broadway 
Johnson Joseph, cordvvainer, house 9 Cross 
Johnson Latetia, crockeryware, 147 Hanover 
Johnson Lawrence B. mariner. Battery 
Johnson Margaret, nurse, house 47 Boylston 
Johnson Maria, school, C street 
Johnson Mary, Hanover avenue 
Johnson Otis, flour, 47 Commercial, h. 37 Prince 
Johnson Peter, victualler, 87 Broad 
Johnson Rufus, house Castle near Suffolk 
Johnson Samuel (J. C. Howe <^ Co.), h. 7 Franklin pi. 
Johnson Samuel, housewright, h. 104 Warrren 
Johnson Sarah, straw bonnet maker, 259 Washington 
Johnson Sarah, dressmaker and milliner, 5*25 Washington 
Johnson Sarah, widow, nurse, 4 Columbia 
Johnson Thomas, lighterman, 18 Brighton 
Johnson (JVm.) & Carter (Tim.), stab\e, 17, h. 18 Federal 
Johnson William, handcartman, Williams court 
Johnson William, 35 Garden 
Johnson William, glassmaker, C street 
Johnson William F. comedian, h. 38 Milk 
Johnson William W. clerk, 285 Washington 
Johnston D. C. artist, 4 Summer, boards 22 Atkinson 
Johnston John S. painter. Turnpike 
Johnston Robert, inspector, rear C street 
Johonnot Andrew, clerk City Bank, house 13 Vine 
Johonnot Oliver, tailor, house 12 Sudbury 
Jones Alden W. baker, h. 711 Washington 
Jones Ann, widow of David, North Federal court 
Jones Asa, turner, Front, h. Wheeler's court 
Jones B. G. & T. victuallers, 1 T wharf, h. 33 Boylston 
Jones Charles, housewright, h. 9 Pleasant street court 
Jones Charles, captain. Leveret court 
Jones Daniel, provis. cor. Grove & Southac, h. 4 George 
Jones David, housewright, house 45 South Russell 
Jones David, innkeeper, Clinton House, 35 Leveret 
Jones David W. dry goods, 383 Washington, h. 9 Sea 
Jones Elizabeth, widow. Theatre alley 


Jones Ebenezer (How S/- J.), house 24 Washington place 

Jones Edward, Milk corner Devonshire 

Jones Eliphalet {Aorcross &. Co.), h. 7 Vernon 

Jones Elizabeth, widow of John C. 6 Somerset place 

Jones {Ehiath. jr.) & Green (C/ws. P.), binders, 23 Court 

Jones Ephraim, 30 Portland 

Jones Ezia, refreshments, 20 Franklin, h. 11 Prov. H. ct. 

Jones Frances B. widow, 9 Federal court 

Jones F'rederick & Nahum, shoes and leather, 22 North 

Market, h. Charter 
Jones Hannah, dressmaker. May cor. Butolph 
Jones Hans, riirger, Lewis's wharf, h. 316 Ann 
Jones Isaac, house 17 Temple 
Jones Isaac, mason, house 3 iSturgis place 
Jones ivory H. (JYuUing & ./.), boards 4 May place 
Jones (Jfffnj ^5.) & Oakes (Ehen.), stationers, 124 State 
Jones John, mariner, 22 Richmond 
Jones John, combmaker, 242 Washington 
Jones John, Flagg alley 

Jones John, wine dealer, Exchange, h. 1 Otis place 
Jones John B. jeweller, 123 Wash. See advertisement 
Jones John S. cabinetmaker, Blackstone 
Jones Jonathan, bar room, 31 Elm 
Jones Joseph, mason, h. Commercial near Foster 
Jones Joseph tfe Son {Joseph, jr.), sailmakers, Arch wf. 

house 20 Purchase 
Jones Joseph, jr. house Gibbs lane 
Jones Josiah, house 5 Mason 
Jones Josiah M. leather, 32 Broad, h. Pearl 
Jones Lewis, stove manufactory, 36 Union, h 3 Prince 
Jones Lois S. tailoress. May 
Jones Mary, widow, house Clark 
Jones Mary, house Southac corner Grove 
Jones Margaret, boarding, rear 359 Washington 
Jones Nancy, widow, II Tremont near Washington 
Jones Nahum, leather, 22 N. Market, house Charier 
Jones Nathaniel, housewright, 37 Belknap 
Jones Peter C. paper store, 110 State, h. 25 Fayette 
Jones Prescott. See Simpkins & J. 
Jones Ralph, cordwainer, Pond 
Jones Robert, saddler, house Salt lane 
Jones Rebecca, widow, Gorham place 
J«mes Rees, soapstone worker, George 
Jones Robert, artist, 15 Second 
Jones Sarah, widow of C. H. h. 14 Friend 


Jones Samuel, Custom H. officer, h. 27 Salem 
Jones Samuel H. shipwright, house Broadway 
Jones Stilhuan {Win. B. Bradford^ jr. 4" Co.), boards 

21 Somerset 
Jones Stephen, housewright, house May near Grove 
Jones Stephen, blacksmith, house 104 Washington 
Jones Susannah, widow, rear 24 North Russell 
Jones Susannah, widow, 4 Mechanic 
Jones Thacher. See B. G. & T. Jones 
Jones Thomas S. tailor, Wilson's lane 
Jones Thomas, tailor, house Wheeler's court 
Jones Thomas, moulder, house A street 
Jones Thomas K. boards 42 Purchase 
Jones William, shoes, 157 Broad, boards 4 Berry 
Jones William, rigger, Commercial near the bridge 
Jones William H. {Palvter, J. & Blake), 44 Hanover 
Jones William, clothing store, 25 Union, h. 125 Hanover 
Jones William {E. Baker ^ Co.), boards 48 Federal 
Jones William. See Tuttle & J. 
Jones William. See Waterman, J. & Co. 
Jones William, boarding house, rear 20 Uniori 
Jordan Alexander S. combmaUer, 2 Milk 
Jordan Charles, laborer, 139 Broad 
Jordan James, mason, 604 Washington 
Jordan John, captain, 49 Warren 
Jordan Loring, watchman, house rear 123 Broad 
Jordan Michael, laborer, 139 Broad 
Jordan Mary, dressmaker, 12 Bedford 
Jordan Samuel, house 5th street 
Jordan Sarah, widow of Putnam, 11 Friend 
Jordan Simon, baker, rear 42 Warren 
Jordan Thomas, 310 Hanover 
Jordan William, h. 104 Court 

Jordan William, chaisemaker, Boylston, h. 23 Temple 
Jordan William, housewright, house Carver 
Joseph Sarah, widow, rear Pond street 
Joslyn Samuel, painter, rear 251 Wash. h. 8 Norfolk pi. 
Joslin (John H.) & Wood {Micajak), housewrights, 

Brighton, house 11 Southac 
Josselyn Elijah, paper hangings, 166 Washington 
Josselyn Harriet, dressmaker, 417 Washington 
Josselyn Lewis, paper hangings, 6 Union, h. li)6 Hanover 
Josselyn Morrill A. housewiight, 2 Bridge st, avenue 
Josselyn Stockbridge, grocer. May, h. do. cor. George 
Joy Abigail, widow of John, 22 Mount Vernon 
Joy Charles, cooper, house 24 Cross 


Joy Charles F., 45 F. H. market, house 6 Centre 

Joy Eleanor, widow, rear 80 Pnvohase 

Joy Hannah, widow of Benjamin, house 33 Chesnut 

Joy John B. hou?e 10 Milton place 

Joy John R. house 48 Salem 

Joy Lydia, tailoress, rear 234 Washington , 

Joy Nancy, house Broadway 

Joy Reuben, laborer, 159 Court 

Joy Samuel, 32 Cross 

Judkins Benjamin, grocer, 91, house rear Cambridge 

Judkins Mary, tailoress, 9 Friend str(?et f)lace 

Judkins Samuel, housewright, house JO Second 

Judson Charles C. housewright, 19 Spring 

Judson Chester, clerk in Post Office, house Central ct. 

Julian John, laborer, rear Centre 

KAETING WILLIAM, laborer, rear 200 Washington 

Kaher Andrew, laborer, 74 Sea 

Kahler Hannah, widow of Jeremiah, 34 Chambers 

Kahler Jeremiah, merch. Milk c. India, h. 34 Chambers 

Kalin Patrick, laborer, 5th street near Turnpike 

Kain Daniel, laborer, rear 194 Hanover 

Kain James, h. rear 20 Carver 

Kane & Co. printers and publish. 14 Water, h. 62 Essex 

Rating Margaret, widow, A street 

Kauffer John T. painter, house rear 101 Tremont 

Kauffer Francis, machinist, house Sweetser court 

Kauffer Lewis, mason, C8 Charter 

Kaulback John G. tailor, 7 Congress sq. house 3 Sister 

Kaulback John G. jr. tailor, house 3 Sister 

Kavanagh M. flagstone yard, Haverhill. See advertise. 

Kavanaugh Patrick, boarding, 105 Ann 

Kearney Edmund, 81 Ann 

Kearney P. physician, 9 Sullivan place 

Keating Hannah, widow, house Buliinch place 

Keating John, cooper, Charlestown 

Keating John, bar room, 155 Broad 

Keays Edward, grocer, 03 India wharf 

Keef Richard, laborer, Centre 

Keefe Jane, widow, 22 Prince 

Keefe John, laborer, 141 Broad 

Keefe John, tailor, rear 22 Carver 

Keefe Timothy, laborer, rear 22 Federal 

Keefe Timothy, laborer, 137 Broad 

Keeler Edward, laborer, 18 Williams 


Keen James, messenger Columbian Bank, h. 44 South 

Keen Lemuel, machinist, Sea, htjuse 10 Sea 

Keen Nahuni, ironfuundor, Turnpike 

Keen liobert. blacksmith, hou**e 5th street 

Keen Robert, carpenter, rear 4th street 

Keen Shadrack, stevedore, Salutation 

Keen (Sprague) & Wright (God), vict'Iers, 44 S. Market 

Keen Sprague, housewright, house rear 782 Washington 

Keen Washington, glazier, house 16 North Bennet 

Keep N. C. surgeon-dentist, h. 1 Tremont place 

Keep Solomon, surgeon-dentist, house 1 Tremont place 

Keheo William, Milk corner Theatre alley 

Kehoe Edward, laborer, 4th street 

Kehoe Judith E. widow, 4 Chambers street court 

Kehoe Thomas, laborer, 4th street 

Keith Bethuel, house 3 Pond street place 

Keith Charles H. musical ins. 67 Court, h. 297 Wash. 

Keith Henry, clerk, boards 6 Avery place 

KeTlh Marshall, library, 159 Washington 

KeitJi Mary, boarding, 207 Washington 

Kei^Mary Ann, clothing, 154 Ann, li. 131 Hanover 

Keith Robert, house 74 Prince 

Keith Thomas T. grocery, Salem cor. Cross 

Keith William, housewright, Carvnr, h. 115 Pleasant 

Keith William H., 13 Court, h. 16 Bulfinch 

Kelley David, house 18 Devonshire 

Kelley Francis, laborer, 6 Dearborn 

Kelley Geo. W. blacksmith, r. 135 Ann, h. Purchase 

Kelley Henry, boards 9 Federal court 

Kelley Henry, tailor, house rear East near Sea 

Kelley Israel H. laborer, Mechanic place 

Kelley James, laborer, house Sister 

Kelley John, scowman, 108 Ann 

Kelley Levi, cooper, h. cor. Purchase and Belcher lane 

Kelley Lucy, widow, rear 17 Sea 

Kelley Patrick, tailor. Cross 

Kelley Patrick, laboier, Pond 

Kelley Patrick, laborer, 168 Pleasant 

Kelley Patrick, scowman, rear 664 Washington 

Kelley Patrick, iron founder, house 59 Sea 

Kelley Philip, plasterer, h. W. Centre corner Southac 

Kelley Richard, laborer, 104 Purchase 

Kelley Robert, 16 Henchman lane 

Kelley Thomas, mason, house 18 South Russell 

Kelley William, laborer, Blackstone 


Kelley William, jeweller, house 28 Cambridge 

Kelley William, coachmaker, rear Church 

Kelloy W. R. clothes, 5 Congress sq. h. 9 Federal court 

Kellogg Ralph, 65 Milk, house 64 Essex 

Kellogg Theodore, harnessniaker, 56 Hanover 

Kellor P. F. mariner, Broad, opposite Rowe's wharf 

Kelly Wm. laborer, 4 Brighton 

Kelman John, mariner, rear 152 Ann 

Kelsey Hannah, widow, 35 Portland 

Kelt James, baker, house &. shop 298 Washington 

Kelton Peggy, widow, 12 Avery 

Kelton William H. cabinet maker, r. 20 Court, h. 16 Ann 

Kemlo Eliza, boarding house, 153 Court 

Kemp Asa, housewright, h. 7 Lucas place 

Kemp R. C. clothes, 34 Merchants row, h. 6 Crescent pi. 

Kemplon William, captain, 64 Poplar 

Kenard Allcut, tailor, house Haymarket place 

Kendall Abel, jr. & G. A. dry goods, 24 Washington 

Kendall Abel, jr. house 9 Crescent place ' 

Kendall Charles A. captain, 157 Hanover 

Kendall C. S. See Gould, Kendall &, Lincoln 

Kendall Edward, musician, house I South Foster place 

Kendall Ezekiel & Samuel, chair painters, Distil-h. sq. 

Kendall Ezekiel, house 40 Spring 

Kendall Geo. A. See A. & G. A. Kendall 

Kendall H. A. See Treadwell & K. 

Kendall Hugh R. {Livermore Sl K.), h. 51 Chambers 

Kendall H. S. See Freeman, Cobb & Co. 

Kendall John, inspector Custom House 

Kendall Joshua, brassfounder, Pitts 

Kendall Mary, widow of Hugh R. house 5 Temple 

Kendall Mary E. widow. Castle 

Kendall Phebe, school, house 8 North Russell 

Kendall Pierson, painter, 44 North Market 

Kendall S. G. (Adams ^ K.), boards 74 Temple 

Kendall Samuel {E. ^ S. K.), house 10 Derne 

Kendall Samuel, clothing, 4 Rowe's wf h. r. 98 Purchase 

Kendall Sewall, bricklayer, 5 Friend 

Kendall (Theop. P.) & 'Guilford {Jona. M.), W. L goods, 

Kendall (Tim. C.) & Kingsbury (Wm. B.), 17 India wf. 
Kendall Timothy C. house Pearl corner High 
Kendrick Rufus. See Chamberlin & K. 
Kenedy William, truckman, 6 South Margin 
Kenfield Ebenezer, restorator, 4, h. 6 Wilson lane 



Kennard David, baker, house Short near Bedford 

Kennard William, laborer, 1 Cedar street court 

Kennedy James, Blackstone 

Kennedy John, merchant, 46 Lons wharf, li. 4 Sudbury 

Kennedy Lucius, house Commercial near Foster 

Kennedy Patrick, 310 Ann 

Kennedy Robert, slater, house rear Sister 

Kennedy Thomas, 65 Ann 

Kennedy William, rear 4th and C street 

Kenneley Mary, widow, 91 Ann 

Kenneily Edward, laborer, rear 83 Sea 

Kennelly John, laborer, opposite 732 Washington 

Kenncy Aubrey R. baker, h. 47 Warren 

Kenney Bridget, widow, 71) Sea 

Kenney Elizabeth, widow, 36 Belknap 

Kenney John, clothing store, 43 Ann, house 2 Fleet 

Kenney John, laborer. Creek square 

Kennison Tapping, wharfinger, house 19 1-2 Atkinson 

Kent Barker B. shipwright, B street 

Kent F. A. Fruit street court, house 5 Cornhill 

Kent Hannah, boarding house, Dorchester street 

Kent Henry A. housewright, 2d street 

Kent Jacob H. teacher, 121 Hanover 

Kent James E. laborer, 15 Richmond 

Kent Joseph, tinplate worker, h. 21 Second 

Kent Job {White & K.), house Carver 

Kent John & Co. (J. B. Phinncy), 89 W^ater 

Kent Sarah, boarding house, Dorchester street 

Kent Samuel K. shipwright, Dorchester street 4 

Kent William V. & Co. (T. IV. Herrick), W. I. goods, 

29 Long wharf, house 6 Staniford 
Keogh {Peter R.) & Mullen (D. J.), tailors, 70 Congress. 

K. boards 3 Bath 
Kern Lewis, hairdresser, 14 Fulton 
Kerr John, author, 3 Travers 
Kertell Ann, nurse, house Fruit 
Ketcham Micah, stoves, 13 Elm, h. Suffolk Hotel 
Ketchum Samuel, housewright, 103 Cambridge 
Kettell James, boatman. Custom House, h. 52 South 
Kettell John, 15 Commercial wf house 5 McLean 
Kettelle Samuel, stucco worker, h. 1 Piedmont 
Keyes Michael, grocer, 74 Pond 
Keyes Wrighi S. grocery, 2, h. 10 Marshall 
Kidder Abner C. «& Co., W. L goods and provisions, 

112 Pleasant 



Kidder Abigail, milliner, Mason corner West 

Kidder Ellas, dry goods, 9 Poplar 

Kidder {Jerome G.) & Simmons ( George Ji.), W. I. g'ds, 

21 Long wharf. Kidder's h. 17 Pearl 
Kidder Joseph, druggist, 97, h. 105 Court 
Kidder Thomas, clerU, 100 Pleasant 
Kidder Thompson, chemist, 99 Court, house 1 Carver 
Kielchen Alexander P., Russian consul, h. 7 Bulfinch pi. 
Kiernan George, 22 Cross 

Kilburn Elijah C. & Co. {John J.), innholders, Howard 
Kilbiirn George H. typefounder, 4 Hull 
Kilburn John J. innholder, Howard 
Kiley Morris, laborer, 312 Ann 
Killy William, laborer, house rear 198 Ann 
Kilham {Jonathan), Mears {Elijah) & Co. {Grenville 

M.), tailors, 31 State. Kilham's h. Cook's court 
Kimball Aaron, jr. See J. B. K. & Co. 
Kimbail Alva, provisions. Myrtle corner Belknap 
Kimball {Jlnael S.) &Webster {Benjamin), housewrights, 

Haverhill. K.'s h. 17 Meirimac 
Kimball Benjamin C. teamster, rear 28 Pleasant 
Kimball Benjamin, provisions, 72 Salem, h. Baldwin pi. 
Kimball Benjamin, boatman, rear 207 Hanover 
Kimball Catharine, widow, 20 Pleasant street court 
Kimball Catharine, milliner, 278 Washington 
Kimball Daniel, laborer, 7 Battery 

Kimball Daniel {Farnum, K. & Co.), h. 7 La Grange pi. 
Kimball D. F. See Upham, Wilde & Co. 
Kimball David, dry goods, 8 Washington 
Kimball Ezra C. wheelwright, 135, h. 98 Cambridge 
Kimball, Jewett & Co. ( Eiiphalet Kimball «^ J. H. Jew- 

ett), dry goods, 29 Kilby. Kimball's h. 2 Beach 
Kimball 1. Francis, fancy goods, 16 Hanover, house 78 

Mt. Vernon 
Kimball Hezekiah, laborer, Commercial near Hanover 
Kimball Horace, surgeon dentist, 1 Montgomery place 
Kimball Isaac B. shipwright, h. Turnpike 
Kimball J. B. & Co. {A. K. jr.), shoe store, 18 N. Mar- 
ket, h. 5 Crescent place 
Kimball John S. stockmaker, 79 Wash. h. head Pearl 
Kimball John E. dry goods, 93 Water 
Kimball J. M. boards Kilburn's Coffee House 
Kimball John, shoes, 198, h. 196 Tremont 
Kimball Jonathan, 57 Faneuil Hall market 
Kimball Joseph, housewright, 4 North Russell 


Kimball Leonard W. printer, 8 Frank, av. h. S. Margin 

Kimball M. Day. See Webster, Chuse & Co. 

Kimball Moses, stock manu. 12 Wash. h.21 Green 

Kimball Osra, cabinetmaker, li. Province near School 

Kimball Simon, provisions, 7 Summer 

Kimball Timothy S. laborer, rear 21 Second 

Kimball William, housewriglit, 4 North Russell 

Kimball Dennison, engraver, 22 Tudor's building 

King Apollos, housewrigbt, Causeway 

King Benj. boots and shoes, 25 Hanover, h. 13 Poplar 

King Charles G. (G. Kwg & Son), house 5 Lynde 

King Daniel, laborer, rear ()5 Ann 

King Edward, laborer. Henchman lane 

King Edward (Pratt & K.), boards 102 Washington 

King Elizabeth, Somerset place 

King Eliza, widow, house 117 Pleasant 

King Gedney & Son {Charles G.), nautical instrument 

makers, 7 Bioad, h. 5 Lynde 
King Henry, laborer, 2d street ' 
King Isaiah, 48 Pond 

King James, grocer, 10 Water, house Theatre alley 
King Joseph, mason, rear Commercial near Foster 
King Joseph, stevedore, Hanover avenue 
King Joseph, laborer, rear 314 Ann 
King Lucy, widow, 108 Cambridge 
King L. F. & H. H. milliners, 169 Court 
King Matthew, scowman, 7 Orange lane 
King Michael, laborer, Bumstead court 
King Richard R. grocer, 115 Essex 
King William, electrical machines, 54 Cornhill 
Kingman Betsey, widow, 654 Washington 
Kingman Eliab H. laborer, 7 Milton 
Kingman George, sailmaker, 2 Chatham, h. 3 S. Margin 
Kingsbury Abigail B. boarding house, 102 Washington 
Kingsbury Benjamin, Barristers Hall, h. Kennard avenue 
Kingsbury Benjamin, jr. 19 Washington 
Kingsbury Benjamin, collector. Commercial n. Railway 
Kingsbury Benjamin W. & Charles, shoes, \S School 
Kingsbury Calvin, hats, Market sq. h. rear 100 Purchase 
Kingsbury Elijah, housewright, Southac court 
Kingsbury Jesse, victual. 29 N. Market, h. 5 Richmond 
Kingsbury Samuel, baker, Salutation 
Kingsbury Thomas N. grain, Broad, op. Prentice's wf^, 

house 43 Sea 
Kingsbury William B. {Kendall 4^ K), h. in Roxbury 


Kinggley Bethania, 16 South Russell 

Kingsley Charles M. house 16 South Russell 

Kingsley Elias (Lowe &. K.), house 25 Charles 

Kingsley Erastus T. stucco worker, h. 22 S. Russell 

Kingsley Joseph, tnason, house 20 South Russell 

Kingsley Nathan P. mason, 52 Orange 

Kinney Asa, stevedore, house Bartlett 

Kinney Jacob, Brrtlett 

Kinsley Daniel H. plasterer, Ivers cor. Merrimac 

Kinsley Mary B. French goods, 181 Washington 

Kinsman Henry A. sailmaker. Salutation 

Kinsman Henry W. counsellor, 33 Court, h. Temple 

Kinstler Conrad, cabinetmaker, h. rear 57 Elliot 

Kirby John, machinist, rear 660 Washingtoa 

Kirk John, boarding, Lindall 

Kirkland John T. Rev. house 41 Summer 

Kitchen Andrew, hairdresser. Water, h. 14 Fayette 

Kitchen Mary, widow, 98 Salem 

Kitchen Robert, hairdresser, 42 Milk, house 14 Fayette 

Kittredge, (^/wi/i) & Blakes {J. jr. <^ C), furnit. Brattle 

Kittredge Charles {Maynard <$/• K.), h. 67 Warren 

Kittredge Josiah, physician. 289 Washington 

Kittredge (J.) & Wyman (James), grocers, Haverhill, 

corner Market. Kittredge's house 52 Pond 
Kittredge Martha, upholstress, 3 Fayette court 
Kline I'eter, laborer, Salutation 

Klien.strup Peter N. cabinetmaker, h. Suffolk n. Dover 
Knaggs Thomas, carpenter, rear C street 
Knapp Charles, house 1 Kneeland 
Knapp Caroline, house rear 63 Warren 
Knapp Isaac. See Garrison & K. 
Knapp Jesse, jeweller, 46 N. Market, h. N. Federal ct. 
Knapp John, counsellor, 39 Court, h. 1 Kneeland 
Knapp Josiah, house 1 Kneeland 
Knapp Sophia, 8 Stillman 

Knapp William, assis. clerk Police Ct. h. 34 Bridge 
Kneeland Abner, ed. Investi. Congress sq. li 57 South 
Kneeland James, cabinetmaker, Harv. pi. h. 17 S. Russell 
Kneeland Samuel, teller Granite Bank, h. Crescent pi. 
Kneeland Sylvanus, house 12 Milton 
Knight Abel F. musician, house 5 Blossom court 
Knight David, currier, h. 28 Tremont near Washington 
Knight Edward, tailor, 8 Congress, h. 19 Lyman place 
Knight Edw. provis. Federal and 87 Essex, h. 92 Federal 
Knight Thomas, Bartlett 


Knight Holland L. See Myers & K. 

Knisht Henry, machinist, h. 14 Pleasant street court 

Knight Joel, hatter, house 1 Konnard avenue 

Knisht Joseph R. house 48 Bridge 

Knight Manasseh, Eng. goods, 45 Wash. h. 22 Poplar 

Knight Nath'l & Geo. rnerch. 45 Cent. vvf. h. at Tremont 

Knight Philip, cooper, house rear 53 South 

Knight Rachael, tailoress, rear 2 Plymouth place 

Knight William, saddler, 26 Union 

Knight Winthrop, truckman, Charlestown 

Knights John, captain, house 13 Hamilton 

Knights Matilda, 556 Washington 

Knights Wintworth, tailor, 13 Marshall, h. 50 Prince 

Knorre Charles {GossJer & K), house 10 South 

Knott James, cordwainer, 19 Summer 

Knott James, jr. cordwainer, 21 Summer 

Knott Robert {Hills ^ K.), house rear 5 Pleasant 

Knott Thomas, cordwainer, rear 39 Essex 

Knott William, shoemaker, 19 Summer 

Knowles Joseph, mer. 15 Rowe's wf. b'ds 4 Somerset ct. 

Knowles Nathan, housewright, Lancaster, h. 7 Salem 

Knowlton Arad, provisions, Charles, h. 109 Charles 

Knowlton Calvin (Bowkcr &. K.)^ house 27 Temple 

Knowlton Chester, mariner, house 11 Ash 

Knowlton John, housewright, 7 Foster 

Knox Mary, widow, 14 La Grange place 

Knox Racliael, widow, 49 Essex 

Kramer Matthias & Co. (Melcher Kramer), variety store, 

48 Cornhill, house Bridge street court 
Kramer Melcher, house Franklin avenue 
Kramer Sebastin, 13 South Russell 
Krantz Frederick C laborer, 12 South Russell 
Krater Joseph, laborer, rear 704 Washington 
Kuhn Elizabeth, 21 Boylston 
Kuhn George, marker and prover. Custom House 
Kuhn George H. 35 Broad, h. 63 Beacon 
Kuhn Jacob, messenger General Court, h. 46 Hancock 
Kuhn John, tailor, 4 Congress, h. 101 Cambridge 
Kuhn John M. laborer, Southac court 
Kuhn Lewis, baker, 8 Green 
Kuhn Sarah, widow of John, 126 Cambridge 
Kupfer Charles F., 10 Merch. row, house 1 Short 
Kupfer Charles F jr. {Loring &,'• K.), house 1 Short 
Kurr Lawrence H. baker, 63 Elliot and 76 Pleasant, h. 

134 Pleasant 



Kurtz John E. baker, 57 Warren 

Kults John, arcliitect, 73 Cornhill 

Kvern Martin, 107 Ann 

Kyburz Daniel, musician, 2 Fayette court 

Kyes Samuel, marble mason, 30 N. Russell 

LABORATORY of the State, Pleasant, H. Sheafe mil- 
itary store keeper 

Labree Sally, May 

Lacnste P. A. house rear 12 Bedford 

La Couture Mary A. laundress, h. 74 Purchase 

Ladd Bela O. coffee room, 3 and 4 Lindall, h. 2 do. 

Ladd Cliarles, housewright, 20 Tileston 

Ladd Frederick P. house 5 McLean court 

Ladd IJsebia, house Leveret lane 

Ladd Wm. G merchant, h. 103 Tremont 

Lafaver John, mariner, 4 Barre place 

Lafferty Daniel, laborer. Mechanic 

Lafterty Francis, stable, Congress sq. house at Exchange 

Lafield William, laborer, 19 Hamilton 

Laforme Antoni &. Barnard, silversmiths, Bromfield near 
Tremoni, house 11 Graphic court 

Laggon Joannah, confectionary, 111 Hanover, h. Cross 
cor. Salem 

Lahr I'hilip A. dry goods, 72 State, h. Distil-hou^ sq. 

Lahey Daniel, laborer, rear Blackstone 

Lahy Michael, mason, Hamilton alley rear 5 Wendell 

Lake Sarah, corset maker, 6 Avery 

Lakeman James, liousewright, h. 21 Spring 

Lakeman John, house 21) High 

Lakeman Moses B. housevvright, Union, h. 31 Poplar 

Lakin Benjamin, pilot, 3 Fleet 

Lakin Eda, widow, Spring lane 

Lakin George, rear 276 Ann 

Lakin Isaac, pilot, 3 Fleet '' 

Lakin Leonard, pilot, 201 Ann 

Lally John, 174 Ann 

Lamb Benjamin W. house .58 High 

Lamb Hiram K. tailor, 8 Franklin av. h. 71 Elliot 

Lamb Margaret, widow, South Foster place 

Lamb Mary, school, opposite 14 Oak 

Lamb R. A. {Emerson, L. <^ Harvey), house Derne 

Lamb Rosanna, widow, 8 Hamilton place 

Lamb Thomas, Pres. Wash. Ins. Co. h. 15 Winthrop pi. 

Lambert Gideon, shipwright, Salutation 



Lambert Henry, painter, 71 Commercial 

Lambert John, housewiight, house rear 80 Elliot 

Lambert Sophia A. widow, 5 Salem place 

Lambert ( JVrn. G.) & Slade {John, jr.), dry g'ds, 31 Kilby 

Lambord Wm. tinplater, 421 Wash. h. 10 Bnlfinch 

Lambright John G., German physician, 716 Washington 

Lamson Benj. cabinetmaker, 127 Ann, mahogany yard 

rear, house 198 Hanover 
Lamson Jabez, house 2 Hanover court 
Lamson Jabez {Scotchler S^ L.), 2 Hanover court 
Lamson John {Lane, L. <^ Co.), house IS Chesnut 
Lamson Mary, widow, house 123 Cliarles 
Lamscn Riifus, trunks, 9 Clinton, house 21 Leveret 
Lamson Tho's, com. mer. 11 Foster's wf h. 3 Garland pi. 
Lamson Tho's, jr. dep. surv. U Foster's wf. h Turnpike 
Lanagan Dolly, widow, rear 89 Sea 
Lanagan James, laborer, opposite 44 Pleasant 
Lanaean John, stucco worker, 4 Water, h. rear Dedham 
Lanagan Richard, housewright, house rear 3d street 
Lanahan Sdmuel, laborer, rear 57 Elliot 
Lancey Samuel F. house 11 Southac 
Land Nicholas, 200 Ann 
Lander Charlotte, widow, Lyman place 
Lander William, rear 80 Purchase 
Landers Charles S. painter, Iti Williams 
Landers John M. painter. South Margin 
Landragan John, laborer, 78 Purchase 
Landy Francis, laborer, Bartlett 
Lane Alexander, cooper, 8 Tileston 
Lane Alfred A. clothing, 35 Merch. row, h. 3Iernmac 
Lane Alfred A. stock factory, 30 Elm 
Lane Benjamin, 15 1-2 Cross 
Lane Benjamin, hackman, house 5 Orange lane 
Lane Charles & Co. {Geo. P. Wheeler), W. I. goods, 3 

India wharf, house 14 High 
Lane Charles, jr. cordwainer, lU Chambers 
Lane Eliza, 1 Montgomery place 

Lane Frederick, umbrellamaker, 35 Court, h. 28 Llliot 
Lane Freeman, grocer, 61 Broad, house 1 Avery place 
Lane {George) &:■ Read {IViUiam), hardware, 6 Market 

square. Lane's liouse 8 Allen 
Lane George H. house 11 Williams 
Lane Henry, housewright, 2 Brighton 
Lane Isaiah, teamster, house Hancock row 
Lane James W. house 4th street 


Lane John E. captain, house 43 Brighton 

Lane (John S.) & Souther (JYat/il), housewrights, 3 

Williams court 
Lane Jonas H. physician, 170 Washington 
Lane Jonathan, coop(?r, Maine wf. h. 122 Purchase 
Lane {Josiak), Lainson (Juhn) & Co. (David Lane), dry 

goods, 11 Central 
Lane Michael, mason, house rear South street place 
Lane Samuel, housowright, Friend, house 14 Gouch 
Lane Simon, blacksmith, Pond 
Lane Stephen, cabinetmaker, Wilson's lane 
Lane Timothy, hackman, house 23 School 
Lane William H. clerk, 1 1 Dock sq. house 2 Allen 
Lane ( W. J.) & Croome ( George), cabinetma. 439 Wash. 
Lang James, marble mason, house 3 Bridge court 
Lang John, cooper, 57 India wharf, h. 8 Hamilton 
Lang John, mariner, 104 Warren 

Lang Margaret, nurse, house Milk corner Theatre alley 
Lang Nathan, bar-room, 44 Union, h. Stillman place 
Lang Stephen, housewright, Friend, house 22 do. 
Lang Willirim (J. V. Bnnonc &^ Co.), house Broadway 
Lang William B, 13 Doane, house 55 Cliesnut 
Langdon John W. merchant, 41 India, h. 24 Hancock 
Langford A. See S. A. Davis & Co. 
Langley Alona, widow of William, h. 19 S. Bennet 
Langley Ephraim, handcartman, h. Short street court 
Langley Henry, laborer, house rear 14 Second 
Langley Jonathan, house 28 Leveret 
Langley Samuel, jr. (J. Williams & Co.), h. in Roxbury 
Langon Samuel, house 23 Allen 

Lansing Abraham, auctioneer, 12 Court, h. 12 Hawkins 
Lanstrom A. M. milliner, 1 Bowdoin square 
Lanstrom Wilhclmine C. widow, 8 Essex place 
Lapham Benjamin, shipwright, h. rear Broadway 
Lapham Luther. See Thomson & L. 
Lara Thomas, 320 Ann 
Larkin Israel J. See L Harris & Co. 
Larkin Joseph, cloekmaker, house 10 Centre 
Larkin Mary, widow of Ebenezer, house 2 Myrtle 
Larkin Michael, laborer, house 17 Myrtle 
Larkin Thomas, house 20 Hamilton 
Larrabe Charles, printer, boards 20 Atkinson 
Larrasay Mary Ann, Creek square 
Larvay Thomas, laborer, rear 80 Elliot 
Lasey Patrick, house Southac 


Lash Robert, teller Boston Bank, h. Commer. n. Foster 

Latliam Harrison, mason, B street 

Lathrop John P. instructer Wells school, h. Broadway 

Lalhrop. See Lothrop 

Laugliton John, distiller, 6 Hawkins 

Lauriat A. I. goldbeater, rear 83 Washington 

Lauriat Lewis A. goldbeater & assay master, h. 2 Leveret 

Lavery Ann, widow of John, A street 

Lavery Arthur, laborer, rear 36 Front 

Law Hamilton, confectionary, 478 Washington 

Law William, teamster, rear 337 Washington 

Lawler John, 91 Ann 

Lawson (Henry) &, Harrington (Francis), upholsterers, 

228 Washington 
Lawson Nicholas, laborer, Hanover avenue 
Lawless Thomas, grocer, JVIerrimac 
Lawrence Abbott, house 8 Park 
Lawrence Abel, housewright, house 8 Milton 
Lawrence Amos and Abbott & Co. (J. //. Wolcotti^J. W. 

Edmands), mer. 11 Lib. sq. Am. L.'s h. 143 Trem. 
Lawrence Catherine, widow, rear 119 Pleasant 
Lawrence Henry, handcartman, rear North Margin 
Lawrence Joel, laborer, Cedar lane 
Lawrence Joseph W., W. I. goods, 595 Wash. c. Pleas't 
Lawrence Joshua, tailor, 53, boards 104 Washington 
Lawrence Samuel, laborer, rear North Margin 
Lawrence Sam'l (JV. & S. L. & Stone), h. 7 Mt. Vern. pi. 
Lawrence Thomas S. rear 97 Ann 
Lawrence William, 3 Bulfinch 

Lawrence W'm, grocer, 14 Batterym. &, cloth. 73 Broad 
Lawrence (Ifiiliam & Samuel) & Stone (William JV.), 

mer. 85 State. W. L.'s house 3 Bulfinch 
Laws Hosea, truckman, house 462 W^ashington 
Lawson Nancy, house 7 Belknap 
Lawton Sarah, widow, 11 Elliot 
Lawton Winslow, cordwainer, h. Front, near Castle 
Leach Eliab, cordwainer, Middlesex, r. 683 Washington 
Leach James, dry goods, 72 Court, house Howard 
Leach J. L. boards Kilburn's Coffee House 
Leach (John), Crosby (William S.) & Gilmore (J. A.), 

W. L goods, 3 Merchants row 
Leach (Josi. F.) & Mc Lei Ian (P. 0.), dry g'ds, 161 Wash. 
Leach John, machinist, house 38 Orange 
Leach Mary, widow of Thomas, house 63 Chambers 
Leach Matthias, provisions, Charles, house Hancock 


Leach Studson, housewright, h. Middlesex r. 683 Wash. 

Lear Peter, house 98 Chambers 

Learnard Thomas, clothes, 58 Ann, boards 67 Charter 

Learnard William, caulker and graver, 66 Charter 

Learnard William, clerk, house 25 Myrtle 

Learned Ann, Lyman place 

Learned Daniel, laborer, 276 Ann 

Learned Gearfield, printer, house W. Centre 

Learned Grant, cordwainer, 8 Boylston square 

Learned Henry, soap works, r. 57 Trem. h. Ash c. S. Ben. 

Learned Jedediah, soapboiler, house Broadway 

Learned Lucretia, 20 Carver 

Learned W'm H. shoe store, 10 Marshall, h. 2 Cooper 

Lears John C Hanover avenue 

Leary Mary, 2 Theatre alley, near Milk f 

Leary Timothy, laboter, Broad, opposite Maine wharf 

Leathe Abigail, boarding house, 1 Bowdoin square 

Leatherbee Benjamin, 34 Tudor's building 

Leatherbee James W. rear 106 Sea 

Leavens S. Davis, house 1 Hancock avenue 

Leavens George L. house 19 Spring 

Leavitt Benjamin D. 7 Centre 

Leavitt Benson & Joseph M., W. L goods, Battery wf. 

Leavitt Benson, house 210 Hanover 

Leavitt (Cha's F.) & Bates {Samuel , jr.) ,sto\' es, 16 Unioi^ 

Leavitt David {Burchsted, L. &, Co.), h. Gibbs lane j 

Leavitt Elizabeth, widow, Gibbs lane 

Leavitt H. H. hat store, 93 Court, house 23 Brattle 

Leavitt John, housew't, Front, b'ds 606 Washington 

Leavitt John L., W. I. goods, Blackstone 

Leavitt Jonathan, ropemaker, house rear 87 Pleasant 

Leavitt Joseph M. house corner Hanover avenue 

Leavitt Nancy, widow, 13 South Margin 

Leavitt Roxana, widow, 7 Pearl place 

Leavitt Stephen, house Greenough lane 

Lecain (Fred.) & Stone {Tho's J.), 10 Merchants row 

Lecain Frederick, house 16 High 

Leckie John, mariner, hou^e 97 Purchase 

Lecompte Francis, confectioner, 10 Tremont House 

Lee Albigence, blacksmith, 4th street 

Lee George C. housewright, Lancaster 

Lee Henry, merchant, 39 India wharf, h. 4 Bedford plac(^ 

Lee Jeremiah, merchant, 108 Milk, h. 25 Mt. Vernon « 

Lee John, house 8 Milton place 

Lee John, mariner, Henchman lane 


Lee Nancy, widow of Henry, house 85 Pleasant 

Lee Thomas, house 1 Temple place 

Lee VViliiarii, blacksmith, liouse 18 Devonshire 

Lee W'm, confectioner, Washington, h. 1 Williams ci. 

Lee VVilliaivi, house 121 Charles / 

Leeds Amasa, cordwainer, h. rear 8 South street place 

Leeds Benjamin, house Castle near Front 

Leeds Benjamin L {Mchols &L.), house 12 1-2 Fleet 

Leeds Harris, refreshments, 168 Tremont, b'ds 93 Charles 

Leeds Henry, shoes, 52 N. Market, house 19 Sudbury 

Leeds Henry M. dry goods, 32 Kilby, h. 22 S. Bennet 

Leeds James, jr. & Co. (Timothy C), wine merchants, 

IS Long wharf, boards 3 Federal court 
Leeds John H. (Bason & L.), h. 39 South Russell 
Leeds Joseph, dry goods, 57 Kilby, h. 22 South Bennet , 
Leeds Joseph, coach maker, Hawley, house 2 George '• 
Leeds Samuel, shoes, 1 Market square, house 19 Allen 
Leeds Theodore C. mer. cor. Kilby & Central, h. 18 Oak 
Leeds Timothy C. (J. L.jr. Sc Co.), b'ds at Exchange 
Legg Daniel B. straw hat maker, 62 Cambridge 
Legget James, laborer, house 29 Seia 
Leighton Abigail, Prince corner Margaret 
Leighton (Charles) &. Robbins (Samuel JE.), lumber, 

Causeway. L.'s house 37 Allen 
Leighton Eli F. laborer, 4th street 
Leighton George, house 1st, near J street 
Leighton John P. printer, house Cotting place 
Leighton Robert, house Spring lane 
Leighton (Rvfus) & Stevens (JV'm), distil, c. r. 112 Milk 
Leighton Sarah, house 201 Ann 
Leitner Catharine, widow. Grove 
Lekain Sarah, boarding house, 3 Pearl 
Leland Caleb W., Gorham place 
Leland John, wheelwright, 21 Tileston 
Leland E. S. 31 Court 

Leland Horace (Fisk & L.), h. Washington Coffee H. 
Leland Sherman, counsellor, 31 Court 
Leland Thomas J. (Potter & L.), house 43 Tremont 
Leman Ebenezer, whitesmith, 43 MiM<, h. 79 Tremont 
Leman Eben. C. corkcntter, 48 N. Market, h. 6 Newton pi, 
Leman Elizabeth, widow, rear 4 Prince 
Leman Henry, rear 4 Prince 
Leman Henry B. painter, 51 Broad 
Leman John & Son (John, jr.), shipsmiths, Foster's wf. 

house 12 Washington place 


Leman John, jr. shipsmith, h. Washington avenue 

Leman Walter, Tremont theatre, boards 1 Sweetser ct, 

Le Mercier Mary, widow of Peter O. 14 School , i 

Le Mercier Peter O. shipping office, head Rowe's wharf* 'i 

Lemist Warren, ropemaker, house 57 Elliot 

Lemon Jolin, boarding, h. rear 176 Washington 

Lemon William ( Greenleaf S/- L.), b'ds 176 Washington 

Lemoine Elizabeth, boarding, 4 Hawley 

Le Moyne Clarissa, widow, Sudbury square 

Le Moyne Thomas, house 4 Unity court 

Lemure Joseph, house 1 Grove 

Lemure Mrs. dressmaker, house 1 Grove 

Lenex Andrew, house C street 

Leonard Bernard, laborer, rear Ann, head Ellis's wharf 

Leonard Isaac, 6 Long wharf, house 10 Allen 

Leonard James, rigger, rear 160 Ann 

Leonard John, laborer, 4 South Margin 

Leonard Joseph, jeweller, house 31 Stillman 

Leonard Jeremiah, jr. 41 Leveret 

Leonard Patrick, laborer, Merriinac 

Leonard Patrick, 65 Ann 

Lepean Albert A. house 28 High 

Lepean John, English g'ds, 16 Washington, h. 28 High 

Lerned B. 22 Faneuil Hall market 

Lerow Lewis, inspector customs, house 47 Allen 

Lester Ebenezer A. machinist, house South street court 

Leverett Frederick P. school. Spring lane 

Leverett Thomas J. grocer, 76 Leveret, h. 57 Chambers 

Lewis Asa, housewright, house 94 Warren 

Lewis Asa, housew't, rear 78 Commercial, h. rear Friend 

Lewis Asa, binder, 31 Cornhill 

Lewis Catherine, milliner, h. rear 171 Washington 

Lewis Celenda, widow, rear 18 South Bennet 

Lewis David, saddlery hardw. 38 Kilby, h. 194 Tremont 

Lewis Edmund, wheelwright, Hawley, h. 283 Wash. 

Lewis (Gabriel E.) «&. Ross {John r.),.tailors, 7 Rogers's 

building. L.'s house 22 Washington place 
Lewis George, cooper, Battery 
Lewis George A. mariner, house 23 Richmond 
Lewis George W., W. L g'ds, 17 S. Market, b'ds 9 Elm 
Lewis George W. captain, house 14 Oak 
Lewis George W. cutler, house Merrimac 
Lewis Hannah S. T. widow, house 89 Chambers 
Lewis Henry P. printer, 95 Pond 
Lewis Henry, agent Frankl. Cordage Man. Co. 31 India, 

house 39 Tremont 


,f . . J. ./ f« . 

Lewis Jabez, laborer, 6 South Margin 

Lewis John, inspector, custom house, h. 23 Prince 

Lewis John, baker, 19 Stillman 

Lewis John G. teamster, h. rear 773 Washington 

Lewis Josepli, baker, 95 Broad, h. Unity. See Adver. 

Lewis Joseph W. h. south 752 Washington 

Lewis Mary, widow, 10 SutFolk place 

Lewis M. W. boarding house, 194 Tremont 

Lewis Nabbv. boardins. iiouse 1 Hancock avenue '. 

Lewis Patrick, laborer, 110 Broad 

Lewis (Simeon //.) & Stevens (Benjamin W.), W. I. g'ds, 

18 (;!entral wf. L. b'ds 30 Washington place 
Lewis Samuel S. 1 Commer. wharf, h. We«t op. Mason 
Lewis Selh, housewright, George, h. 22 Brighton 
Lewis Thomas, clothing. 111 Milk, b'ds 23 Williams 
Lewis Tliomas, blacking factory, 58, house 60 Broad 
Lewis William, binder, 81 Washington, h. Harvard pL 
Lewis William, miniature painter. Court cor. Tremont 
Lewis William, cooper, house 248 Hanover 
Lewis William 1). printer, boards 21 Atkinson 
Lewis William K. See William Underwood & Co. 
Lewis William P. housewright, h. Ash near S. Bennet 
Lewis (William L.) &. Penniman (John M.), printers, 

Bromfield. L.'s house 49 Poplar 
Lewis Winslow, 31 India, h. 80 Boylston cor. Pleasant 
Lewis Winslow, jr. physician, 80 Boylston cor. Pleasant 
Lial John G. house rear 42 Prince 
Libbey Joseph, tailor, 33 Congress, house 38 Milk 
Libbey Joseph^ cordwainer, 4th street 
Libbey J. B. See Chadbourn &. L. 

Libbey Washington, at Cliadbourn & L.'s, Commercial 
Libby Isaac, truckman, house 84 Sea 
Libby Jacob G. L. jeweller, 157 Wash, house 2 Unity 
Libby Oliver, 15 Long wharf, house Congress court 
Libby Sarah, widow, rear 24 Charter .. 

Lienow Henrv, Hawkins 

Lietner Catharine, widow, house May corner Grove 
Lietner Lucy, widow, boarding, Hanover 
Light (George IV.) & Horton (Gustavus), booksellers, 1 

Cornhill. L.'s house 45 Salem 
Lightner John, carriage maker, h. opposite 155 Pleasant 
Liliebridge Amos, stage agent, boards Mansion H., Milk 
Lilley John, umbrella maker, 65 Court, h. Gouch 
Lillie Daniel, grocer, 18 Tileston 
Lillie Daniel, jr. brassfounder, N. Margin 



Lillie Daniel W. cabinetmaker, Blackstone, h. 25 Prince 
Lillie John, balance factory, 5 Market sq. h. 50 Prince 
Lillie John S. pension office, house 16 Staniford 
Lillie Jonathan VV. clerk, house 3 Carver 
Lillie Thomas, brassfounder, N. Margin, h. Snowhill 
Lillie Thomas E. hardware, 39 Union, h. Snowhill 
Lillie T. J. (Clarke, Homer S,- L.), h. 16 Staniford 
Lilljequist Mary, dressmaker, 7 Piedmont 
Lillis John, laborer, rear 22 Federal 
Lilly Sarah, confectioner, 11 Marshall 
Lincoln Albert L. jeweller, 53 Court, h. 7 Acorn 
Lincoln Alexander, tinplater, 29 Dock sq. h. Nassau ct. 
Lincoln John E. merchant, 49 India wharf 
Lincoln Bradford, hatter, 96 Ann, h. 22 McLean 
Lincoln Charles, 11 Richmond 
Lincoln Eliza, house 31 Leveret 
Lincoln Ezekiel, mason, h. Commercial near Hull 
Lincoln Ezra, printer, 14 Congress, h. 38 Myrtle 
Lincoln Francis, merchant, 2 India wharf, h. 7 Kneeland 
Lincoln Frederick, mason, 56 Prince 
Lincoln Harvey, 11 Elm 

Lincoln Hawkes, Liverpool wharf, h. in Charlestown 
Lincoln Heman, treasurer B. B. F. M. 17 Joy's building 
Lincoln Henry, housewright, h. 23 Myrtle 
Lincoln Henry, mason, h. 23 Myrtle 
Lincoln Henry & Wm. merchants, 29 India, h. 5 Gouch 
Lincoln Jared, housewr't, r. 31 Belknap, h. 29 Pinckney 
Lincoln Joseph, housewright, Charles, h. 62 Chesnut 
Lincoln Joshua. See Gould, Kendall & Co. 
Lincoln J. B. (R. Lincoln ^ Co.), h. 8 Pearl 
Lincoln Levi R. appraiser. Custom House, h. 29 Friend 
Lincoln Lewis {Duroy & L.), h. 308 Washington 
Lincoln Lot W. cooper, house rear 38 Charter 
Lincoln Minor S. & Co. {Freeman Stowe and A. G. 
Thompson), dry g'ds, 183 Wash. h. 9 Montgomery pi. 
Lincoln Mitchell, mason, h. Wheeler's court 
Lincoln Noah, shipwright, Commercial, h. 11 N. Bennet 
Lincoln Noah, jr. wood wharf, Commercial n. Railway 
Lincoln Oliver, house Carver 
Lincoln Robert, iron founder, house 3d street 
Lincoln Robert B., W. I. goods, Avery, boards 12 Avery 
Lincoln Russell & Co. {J. B. Lincoln), merchants, 22 

Central wharf 
Lincoln Warren, looking-glass manufactory, 20 Wash- 
ington, house 8 Hull 


Lincoln William S. (F. Skinner & ^Co.), boards 17 Pearl 

Linden William, caulker, Ann cor. Clark 

Lindell Edward, laborer, Theatre alley 

Lindell John, mason, house rear Broadway 

Lindsey John, Rev. 7 Ballard place 

Lines Timothy, mason, 4th street 

Linsted Elizabeth B. house 1 Blossom court 

Linton William, boarding house, 22 Federal 

Linzee John L clerk in State Treasury, h. 8 W. Cedar 

Lippey George W. currier, Turnpike 

Liscotn John, counting room, Brown's wf. Commercial 

Liscom Lemuel (Griggs ^ L.), house Medford 

Liswell Ruth, widow of James, h. Bedford avenue 

Litchfield Abiel, mason, boards Court square 

Litchfield Allen, mason, 43 Bridge 

Litchfield Enos, housewr't, Bedford av. h. 296 Washing. 

Litchfield Howard, housewright, h. 89 Mt. Vernon 

Litchfield Ira, housewright, boards rear Tudor's building 

Litchfield Ward, mason, 1 Salem place 

Litiigow Hetty G. widow, h. 6 Eaton cor. Russell 

Litleyman WiHiam, 4th street 

Little C. C. 12 Water 

Little Eben'r H. insp. gen. of fish, 116 Milk, h. Commer. 

Little James L. dry goods, 285 Washington, h. 8 Pearl 

liittle Joseph, laborer, Leveret court 

Little {Nicholas) & Haskell {Calvin), blacksmiths, 75 

Pond. Little's house 165 Hanover 
Little {Robert A.), Merriam ( William) & Co., W. L goods, 

32 Long wharf. Little's house 19 Gouch 
Little Walter, h. 85 Summer 
Little William, housewright, B street 
Littlefield Abiel H. cartman, house Province 
Littlefield Clement, mariner, 4 Fleet 
Littlefield George W. housewright, h. 2 Leveret 
Littlefield Joshua, laborer, 5 Hawkins 
Littlefield Ozro, housewright, rear 18 Green 
Littlehale Sargent S. {Pickens S^ L.), h. 44 Bowdoin 
Livermore Elijah. See Hoogs & L. 
Livermore George. See Bigelow & L. 
Livermore H. G. & Co. {Elijah), fruit, 1 Faneuil Hall 
Livermore Horatio G. house 8 Somerset place 
Livermore (Isaac) «fc Kendall (Hugh R.), wool dealers, 

Quincy hall, over Faneuil Hall market 
Livermore Jonathan, carpenter, 3 Grove 
Livermore Marion S. nurse, 11 Winter 


Livermore Thomas, house 41 Myrtle "■'^' 

Liveimore Williatn (Gilson 4' L), h. 95 Warren 

Livinj^ Robert G. See Rice & L. 

LivMigston Henry B. housewrii^ht, h. 5 Milton 

Lloyd Charles B. gilder, 38 Cornhill, h. 32 Prince 

Lloyd Hannah, widow of James, 5 Park 

Lloyd Henry B. house 64 BelUnap 

Llo^'d Martin, saiimaker, house 6 1-2 Prince 

Lobdell Thomas J. 16 Long wharf, h. 74 Chesnut 

Lock Amos, barber, Merrimac 

Lock Horatio, broker, house 20 Bridge 

Lock Lyman, balance fictory, 3 Fulton, h. 2 Unity court. 

See advertisement 
Lock Philip A. See Evans & L. 
Lock William, bhicksmith, house 9 Blossom 
Locke Abner, blacksmith. Commercial near Foster 
Locke Blake, laborer, house rear Lancaster 
Locke Charles H. 2 Morton place 
Locke Delmont, coppersmith, Fulton, h. 77 Salem 
Locke Edward {Gove S^' L.), house 65 Prince 
Locke James S. silversmith, h. Ridgeway lane 
Locke James T., W. I. goods. Broad opposite Arch wf. 

house 18 Hamilton 
Locke John, physician, 38 Merrimac 
Locke John B. housewright, house Canton near Suffolk 
Locke Joseph, City wharf, h. 8 Sullivan place 
Locke Joseph A. house 61 Pond 
Locke Lydia, boardinghouse, 10 Derne 
Locke Richard, blacksmith, 3d street near Dorchester 
Locke Stephen, 51 Salem 
Locke Susan, house Hull 

Locke William, blacksmith, h. 3d street near Dorchester 
Lodge Edward, tailor, Blackstone 
Lodge Giles, merchant, 5 Exchange, h. 54 Boylston 
Lodge G. Henry, physician, room 5 Hanover 
Lombard Ammi C. & Co. (Ephraim Loynbard), mer- 
chants. Brimmer's T, house 22 Hancock 
Lombard Ephtaim, house 22 Hancock 
Lombard (Israel) & Whitmore (Charles O.), merchants, 

31 Conmiercial wharf. Lombard's house Temple 
Lombard Loring L. dry goods, 327 Washing, h. 8 Mason 
Lombard Nath'l K. sailmak. Brimmer's T, h. 22 Hancock 
Lombard (Tkos.) & Bangs (fV. H), mer. 16 Comraer. wf. 
Long Caleb, 96 Faneuil Hall market • ■ J'^-.t. /.. 

Long Daniel, innbolder, N. E. Coffee House, Clinton 


Long David C. bookbinder, Ii. 57 Hanover 

Long Edward J. (Geo. Hill ^ Co.), h. 18 Bedford 

Long Ira T. laborer, rear 1 10 Sea 

Long Lucius, house 196 Tremont 

Long Mary, rear 20 Sudbury 

Long Mary Ann D. straw bonnets, 71 Court 

Long Peter G. laborer, Butolph 

Long William, laborer, 6 South Margin 

Longhurst M. B. dressmaker, rear 188 Washington 

Longley Alonzo, printer, 106, h. 122 Cambridge 

Lcngley James, innholder, Commer. Coffee House, Milk 

Longley Judith, widow of John, h. rear 40 Pleasant 

Longley Susan, widow, 122 Cambridge 

Lonsberry William, 163 Hanover 

Look Rebecca, boarding, 4 Hancock row 

Loomis Beriah, housewright, 23 Hancock 

Loomis J. B. 22 Congress,- house 5 Fleet 

Lord Caleb, cabinetmaker, house 42 Warren 

Lord Daniel M. Rev. 17 Atkinson 

Lord D. M. 3 1-2 Commercial 

Lord Ephraim, draper and tailor, 6 Elm 

Lord Francis A. boards 5 Hanover , 

Lord George, pianoforte maker, house 33 Orange 

Lord George, housewright, h. Piedmont near Church 

Lord J. &. M. S. milliners, 344 Washington, h. 81 Essex 

Lord Jeremiah E*. stable and house, Deacon 

Lord Joseph, house 80 Temple 

Lord Joseph H. agent N. E. Glass Co. 140 Washington, 

house 49 Leveret. See advertisement 
Lord Melvin, c. room 131 Washington, h. 37 Bowdoin 
Lord Rand, porter Suffolk Bank, h. Spring cor. Milton 
Lord Thomas & Co. (Jona. French, jr. & fV. D. Messer), 

American goods, 93 State, h. 27 Chesnut 
Lord Sarah, house 108 Cambridge 

Lord William, truckman, h. rear Brookline near Suffolk 
Loring Ann, widow of Jonathan, h. 49 Pinckney 
Loring Benjamin & Co. (John Hoo2}er), stationers, 122 

State. See advertisement 
Loring Betsey, 27 Charter 
Loring Braddock, mason, house 34 Short 
Loring B. T. Sec Holbrook, Greene & Co. 
Loring Caleb, merchant, house 10 Somerset 
Loring (Crt/e& G.) & Kupfer (Charles F. jr.), hardware 

dealers, 10 Merchants row. Loring's h. 17 Prince 
Loring Caleb, jr. tinman, 335 1-2 Wash. h. 3 Newbury pL 


Loring Charles G. counsellor, 30 Court 

Loring Edw. liriplate worker, 335 1-2 Wash. h. 9 Piedm't 

Lorin<ij Edward G. ccjiinselior, 4 Court, h. 12 Somerset 

Lt)iinii Elijali, wliarfinger, 53 Long wharf, h. 7 Pearl 

Loring Ellis Gray, counsellor, 27 State, h. 671 Washing. 

Loring Francis C. attorney, 39 Court 

Loring {Hcnrij) it P;irsjns (Ehcnezer), housewrights, 

fierry. Loring's house 93 Purchase 
Loring Henry {Fairbanks^ L. »fe Co.), h. 15 South 
Loring Israel, mason, house 36 Myrtle 
Loring James, bookseller, 132 Washington, h. Cook ct. 
Loring James. See Jonathan L. & Son 
Loring James S. house 3 Morton place 
Loring Job, housevvright, 60 Pinckney, h. 36 Myrtle ct. 
Loring John G. 6l Co. (Andrew Fioijd and Benj. Beal), 

coppersmiths, 64 Portland cor. Ivers, h. 5 Causeway 
Loring Jolm J. cashier South Bank, h. 42 Fayette 
Loring John F. house 3 Bumstead place 
Loring Jonathan & Son {James), sailmakers, Union wf. 

house Commercial near Hanover 
Loring Joseph, sailmaker, house 55 Sea 
Loring Joseph, weiglier and guager, Custom House 
Loring Josiah, bookseller, 136 VVasliing. h. 75 Bedford 
Loring Joshua, clerk, house 33 Tremont 
Loring Lydia, widow, hpuse Boylston near Tremont 
Loring Lydia, 27 (/barter 

Loring Peres, surve^'or of work, house 12 Brighton 
Loring Sally, nurse, house Gibbs lane 
Loring Sarah, widow, house Peck lane 
Loring Sarah S. widow, 107 Chambers 
Loring Thomas B. sailmaker, 54 Commercial, h. 18 Hull 
Loring William, constable, Franklin av. h. r. 671 Wash. 
Loring William, cooper, house 6 Purchase 
Loring Wm. J., Pres. Com. Ins. Co. 53 State, h. 2 Otis pi. 
Loring William P. measurer, Custom House, h. Broadway 
Lorkin Thomas, clerk, 107 Essex 

Lothrop Calvin, housewright, h. Middlesex near Castle 
Lothrop Ansel {Favor & L.), h. 8 Pleasant street court 
Lothrop Eben. W. jeweller, Harvard pi. h. 31 Stilhnan 
Lothrop Edward, looking-glass factory, 44 Coriihill, h. 

19 Pinckney 
Lothrop Harrison {Jlnnahle <^'- L.), h. Commercial n. Hull 
Lothrop James B. housewright, 75 Prince 
Lothrop Jarvis, wood and coal, 92 Front, h. 6 S. Bennet 
Lothrop John, sailmaker, 135 Ann, h. 65 Charter 


Lothrop Nancy, widow, Comrriercial near Hanover 

Lotlirop Samuel K. Rev. Court near Tremont 

Loud Abigail, widow of Solomon, 94 Court 

Loud Nancy, nurse, 14 Short ^ 

Loud George W. cabinetmaker, 92 Court 

Louge Huge B. soda manufactory, rear 81 Washington, 

house 7 Pleasant street court 
Lougee Horatio P. house 37 Brighton 
Lovejoy David, Hanover court 
Lovejoy George, hatter, 95 Ann, house 17 Stillman 
Lovejoy Loyal, housewright, Devonshire, h. Prospect 
Lovejoy Philip, house 31 Garden 
Lovejoy Samuel, dry goods, 72 Court, house Howard 
Lovejoy William R. halter, 70 Commercial, h. 40 Salem 
Lovell Esther, boarding, 17 Franklin place 
Lovell James, laborer, rear 730 W'ashington 
Lovell James G. blockmaker, r. 49 India, h. 121 Purchase 
Lovell Joshua, jr. tailor, 3 Tudor's building, Ji. Southac . 
Lovell Michael, attorney, 33. house 133 Court 
Lovell Samuel, pilot, Conmiercial near Hanover 
Lovering Joseph, house 582 Washington 
Lovering Nathaniel P. See Copeland & L. 
Lovering William, merchant, 30 Commercial 
Lovett Alexander, inspec. fish, Commerc'l, h. Jenkins pi. 
Lovett Augustus, boards 7 Hayward place 
Lovett Benjamin, bricklayer, Lovett place 
Lovett Cha's. W. cl'k, Sec.of State's office, h.84 Mt. Vern. 
Lovett David, shipwright, house Gibbs lane 
Lovett Elizabeth, widow, house 84 Mt. Vernon 
Lovett Hannah, boarding, 7 Hayward place 
Lovett Israel W. rigger, house 115 Broad 
Lovett John & Milton, dry g'ds, 443 Wash. h. 33 Tremont 
Lovis Thomas, shipwright, house 89 Sea 
Lovjoy (Reuben) t& Morey (Jeremy), grocers, Front. 

Lovjoy's house Wheeler's court 
Low Abiah P. house Fleet 

Low David, trunk and harness maker, 1 Belknap 
Low Foster, carpenter, 45 Pleasant 

Low Francis (Jones, Lows & Ball), h. 8 Montgomery pi. 
Low Francis, rigger, Commercial, h. rear 6 1-2 Prince 
Low George, grocer, 187 Hanover, house Bartlett 
Low G. S. leather, 20 North Market, boards 11 Elm 
liOw Hervey, W. I. goods, 150 Sea, boards 3 Williams 
Low Isaac S. victualler, 27 N. Market, house 47 Ann 
Low James, cooper, house reajP|7.32 Washington 


Low John F. tailor, house 6 Sheafe 

Low John J. (Jones, Lows & Ball), h. 3 Montgomery pi. 

Ijow John V. painter, 23 South Russell 

Low J. G. 13 Cambridge 

Low Joseph H printer, 33 Garden 

Low Nathaniel. See Barry & L. 

Low Peter, bookbinder, house 1 Beach 

Lowe {Mraham T.) & Reed {Sampson), druggists, 24 

Mercliants row. Lowe boards at Kilburn's, Howard 
Lowe {John) & Kingsley (Elias), plaster manufacturers, 

Butolph. Lowe's house 20 Allen 
Lowe John, boarding, 1 Hancock row 
Lowe William, blacksmith, h. 6(3 Essex 
Lowell Charles, Rev., 51 Chesnut 
Lowell Charles R., State, house Temple place 
Lowell {F. C.) & Gardner {John L.), merch. 47 India. 

Lowell's house 53 Beacon 
Lowell Jacob W. confectioner, 7 Brattle sq. h. rear 96 

Lowell John, 125 Tremont 

Lowell John A. merchant, 3 Oliver, h. 1 Bedford place 
Lowell John, jr. umbrellamaker, h. 1 Jackson place 
Lowell Sarah C, 5 Suffolk place 

Lowell William, housewright, house Short street court 
Lucas Daniel, grocery, 1 Dock square 
Lucas Edmund D. dry g'ds, 134 Hanover, h. 3Hanov. pi. 
Lucas Samuel, housewright, house Kuhn place 
Lucas Mary M. milliner, Kuhn place 
Luckis Benjamin, 6 North Bennet 
Luckis John S. brassfounder, rear 6 North Bennet 
Ludden Elizabeth, widow, 2 Suffolk place 
Luders Joseph, laborer. Commercial near Hanover 
Ludington Corbet, soda room, 10 Winter, h. 93 Charles 
Luere Susannah, 152 Hanover 
Lufkin Deborah, widow, 16 Bennet 
Luke William L. engineer, Salem place 
Lull David G. cooper, house rear 10 Prince 
Lull William, riding school, Mason, boards City tavern 
Lulweg Malthus, 6 Boylston square 
Lumbard Joseph, wheelwright. Market, h. 7 Merrimac 
Lumex William, laborer, rear 57 Elliot 
Lummus John, painter, Canal 
Lund Jerahmeel C. distiller, 4 Stillraan place 
Lund William, leather, 40 North Market 
Lundgreen Daniel, 9 North square 


Lundsteen Frederick Ferdinand, machinist, Market pi. 
Lunt James H., See. Globe Ins. (/ompany, h. Church 
Lunt Johnson, hiborer, Short street court 
Xunl William, laborer, rear 6(i0 VVashincrton 
Liurvey Elizabeth, widow, 3 South street place 
Luscomb John G. silver plater, Marlboro' pi, h. 104 Court 
Luther Jonas, tinman, 46 Prince 
XiUtiier Nathan, baker, Medford 
Luther Slade, mason, 2 Jackson place 
iLuzardar Samuel, cooper, Lane place 
iLydea S. boarding, 191 Ann 

-Lydson William, jr. min. paint. Tremont op. head Hano. 
Lydston Susan, widow, tailoress, house Spring lane 
Lyford (£. K.) & Rowe (Samuel), sashmakcrs, Haverhill 

cor. Causeway. Lyford's h. 29 Poplar 
Lyford G. C. See Mackintire, L. & Colby 
•Lyford (Thos.) & Mitchell {Thos.), houswr'ts, Barrett 
Lyford Thomas, housewright, h. High street place 
Lyman George W. 22 State, h. Belknap c. Mt. Vernon 
Lyman Joseph, jr. attorney, 39 Court 
Lyman Richard, house South Margin 
Lyman Theodore, merchant, 6 Bowdoin square 
Lyman Theodore, jr. mayor, Bowdoin 
Lyman Wm. merchant, Court cor. Tremont, h. 6 Pearl 
Lynch Ann, widow, 8 AtUinson 
Lynch Daniel, laborer, 153 Broad 
Lynch Dennis, gardener, house 16 Williams 
Lynch Elizabeth, widow, rear 75 Elliot 
Lynch John, laborer, 29 Front 
Lynch Patrick, laborer, rear 4th street 
Lynch Stephen, upholsterer, house 19 Carver 
Lynch Terence, laborer, rear Merrimac 
Lynch Thomas, Rev. house rear Broadway cor. E street 
Lynd James, house 1st street 
Lynes Samuel, housewright, 1 East, house 8 do. 
Lynn Willianj, rigger, rear 153 Ann 
Lyon Charles (Capeu 4" L.), house 3 Newton place 
Lyon Elizabeth, widow, 74 Summer 
Lyon G. P. See Marsh, Capen (\t L. 
Lyon Joseph B. house 3 Boylston place 
Lyon Susan G. boarding house, 9 Atkinson 
Lyons Moses, rear 732 Washington 
Lyons S. laborer, 153 Broad 


MACE ABRAHAM C. cooper, Scott court 

Mace Benjamin, laborer, W. Centre 

Mace Daniel, livery stable, 144 Camb. h. 25 Garden 

Mace Jeremiah M., W. I. goods, 4th street 

Mack Hugh & John, laborers, 93 Warren 

Mack James, cabinet maker, S. Russell 1st door from 

Mack John, painter, 9 Rowe's wf. b'ds 156 Purchase 
Mack Lois, laundress, opposite 79 Pleasant 
Mackay Harvey C. wharfing. & com. mer, 12 Rowe's 

wharf, house 25 Washington place 
Mackay John, captain, house 1 Washington place 
Mackay Joseph, house 50 Cambridge 
Mackay R. C. merchant, 21 Union wf h. 4 Bulfinch pi. 
Mackay Tristram B., 5 Broad, h. 4 Bowdoin 
Mackintire (£. P.). Lyford (G. C.) & Colby (Josiah), 

dry goods, 22 Kilby 
Mackintosh Peter, blacksmith, 98 Pleasant 
Mackintosh Peter, jr. teach. Hancock S. h. 25 McLean 
Mackvoy William, laborer, Tremont near Pleasant 
Macnair James {Hlhbard & M.), h. S. Cedar n. Church 
MacomberC. A. {Drury <^ M.), h. Prince c. North sq. 
Macomber (Ichabod),Si3i\\\n (Ezekiel) & Hunting {Beta), 

W. L g'ds, 49 India. M.'s h. 30 Elliot 
Macomber (Ic/iabod, jr.) & Tolman (Jaynes), tailors, 

Congress corner Water 
Macomber (Zebedcf:), Welsh (Rufus) & Co. zoological 

collection, 45 Union 
Madden Mary, widow of Patrick, h. rear 53 Cambridge 
Maddin Timothy, laborer, rear 104 Sea 
Madigan Walter, mason, 29 Sea 
Madigan William, mason, 29 Sea 
Maeder James G. teacher music, house 55 Belknap 
Maginnis Roger, mason, h. Theatre alley 
Magner Daniel, colorer, 28 Federal, boards 69 Congress 
Magner Margaret, widow. Piedmont near Church 
Magoorty Peter, carpenter, house opposite 55 Pleasant 
Magoun & Ames, housewrights, 98 Ann 
Magoun Cornelius Briggs^ shipwright, 3d street 
Magoun Phebe, widow, Peck lane 
Magoun Snow, machinist, 2 Water, house 17 Brattle 
Magoun Thatcher, jr. merchant, 47 State 
Mahagan John, laborer, house Garden 
Mahan John, wheelwright, house Cross 
Mahan John A., W. I. g'ds, 50 Long wf. h. 146 Hanover 


Mahan John, laborer, Distil-house square 
Maher John, pump maker, house Hamilton alley 
Maher Michael, glasscutter, 4th street cor. A street 
Mahon John, laborer, Middlesex near Castle 
Mahony Cornelius, victualler, h. 17 Federal 
Mahony Edward, tailor, 5 Dearborn avenue 
Mahony James, shoemaker, opposite 145 Purchase 
Mahony Jeremiah, laborer, Gibbs lane 
Mahony John, laborer. Battery march 
Mahony John, laborer, rear 110 Sea 
Mahony John, 153 Broad 
Mahony Julia, widow, 27 Williams 
Mahony Patrick, laborer, Peck lane 
Mahony Patrick, painter, 100 Purchase 
Mahony Patrick, cooper, liouse Spring lane 
Mahony Thomas, laborer, rear South street place 
Mahurin James, mariner, house 17 South Russell 
Maintien John, jeweller, 9 Graphic court, h. 12 Bedford 
Mair Peter, housewriglit, rear 6 N. Bennet 
Mair Thomas, housewriglit, 4 Tileston 
Mair William, housewright, rear 5 Tileston 
Mairs Patrick, h. rear Distil-house square 
Major Rebecca, mantuamaker, IG East 
Malcom Daniel, rear 216 Hanover 
Malcom Howard, Rev. 4 Washington place 
Malcom Michael, 210 Hanover 
Maldt John, stevedore, Alden lane 
Mallet Cliarlotle, widow, house Dedham 
Mallet Elizabeth, tailoress, Garden court 
Mallet William, boatbuilder, Salter place 
' Mallon Wm. S., W. I. goods, Commer. op. Sargent's wf. 
Mallon Aaron P. housewright, 9 Belknap, h. N. Russell 
Malone Elizabeth, widov/, rear 4th street 
Malone Richard, packer, house Turnpike 
Maloy William, at gas works, house Distil-house square 
Mandell M. J. clerk, 67 Milk 
Mangum John, house La Fayette avenue 
Manquz Francis, blacksmith, house rear 42 Congress 
Manley (John R.) & Bramhall (Cornelius), dry goods, 24 

Dock sq. Manley boards 102 Washington 
Mann Anson, hats, 429 Washington, house Castle 
Mann A. C provisions, 211 Ann, house 54 Portland 
Mann A. E. milliner, 16 Myrtle 
Mann Briggs, mason, Baldwin place 
Mann Cyrus, housewright, h. 3 South Margin 


Mann Elizabeth, widow, rear 39 Sea 

Mann Franklin, marble paper stainer, Brorafield, board* 

rear 43 Federal 
Mann Horace, counsellor, 4 Court 
Mann James, shipwright, 4 1-2 Prince 
Mann James, laborer, rear 88 Warren 
Mann John, bricklayer, 108 Charles 
Mann John C. iion founder, 4th street 
Mann Joseph, provisions, 112, h. 86 Purchase' 
Mann Joseph, grocer, May corner Grove 
Mann Leonard, cooper, cor. A and 4lh streets 
Mann Levi, housewright, house 3 South street place 
Mann N. P. clerk chain factory, h. F st. rear Broadwaj 
Mann Peleg, mason, 73 Warren 
Mann William T., 73 Warren 
Manners George, British Consul, 48 India 
Manners R. C. vice con and ag. Canada Co. 48 India 
Manning Andrew, Fleet 

Manning Charles, dry goods, 1 F. Hall, h. 83 Chambers 
Manning Francis C. & Joseph, jr., W. 1. g'ds, 15 Central 

wf. h. at Commercial Coffee House 
Manning Jonathan C. printer, Silver street 
Manning Joshua {Ripley & M.), boards 95 Summer 
Manning Joseph, machinist, 32 Short 
Manning Nathaniel L., 2 Washington, h. 5 Centre 
Manning Patrick, laborer, rear Lenox 
Manning Russell, cordwainer, rear Broadway 
Manning Sylvester, laborer, house N. Grove 
Manning William, mess, to gov. and coun. h. 16 Bulfinch 
Mansfield Bowing G. laborer, house Leveret court 
Mansfield Elizabeth, widow, 48 Orange 
Mansfield Eliza A. widow, house rear 51 South 
Mansfield Hannah, widow, Dislii-house square 
Mansfield Hannah, widow, 108 Cambridge 
Mansfield (Isaac) & Bigelow (F. R.), dry goods, 2 Lib- 
erty sq. M.'s h. Mt. Vernon near Temple 
Mansfield James, laborer, rear 93 Warren 
Mansfield Thomas, laborer, 46 Front 
Mansir G. W^. cabinetmaker, Alden court 
Mansur Gilman (S. S/- G. M.), house 26 Temple 
Mansur S, & G., W. I. goods, 19 S. Market, h. Vernon 
Manuel Margaret, house Williams court 
Maragen Jeremiah, laborer, rear 104 Sea 
Marble Hosea, housewright, Lancaster, h. Merrimac 


Marble James S. housewright, rear 530 Washington, b. 

Wheeler's court 
Marble Pearly, laborer^ 106 Warren 
Marble Sarah, Bumstead court 
March Andrew S. See Whiton & M. 
March Ichabod, housewright, 19 Cross 
Marden David, paver, 4 Richmond 
Marden John, mason, 143 Hanover 
Marden John C. blacksmith, house Broadway 
Marden Maria, widow, 30 Belknap 
Marden William C. laborer, Clark alley 
Marden Wm. (Marsters & M.), h. rear 113 Hanover 
Marett Philip, Pres. New Eng. Bank, h. 5 Kneeland 
Marie Jaques, housewright, liouse 44 Brighton 
Mariner Joseph, clothing, 7 Congress sq. h. 9 South 
Marnaugh William, laborer, Gridley near Purchase 
Maroney William, laborer, Peck lane ^ 

Marquand Joseph. 40 High 

Marr William, printer, h. Castle near Middlesex 
Marsh (Bela), Capen {Nahuvi) & Lyon {Gardner P.), 

stationers, 133 Wash. M.'s h. 41 Front 
Marsh Ephraim, housewright, h. 84 Pleas, cor. Fayette 
Marsh Eben. W. (Hastings, M. ^' Co.), h. C Sturgis pi. 
Marsh Horatio W. boards VVashington Hotel 
Marsh James {Hastings, M. S^ Co.), house 15 Cambridge 
Marsh John, grocer, 114, house 115 Broad 
Marsh John, stationer, 77 Washington, h. 54 Pinckney 
Marsh Joseph M. {Billings & M.), house 65 Poplar 
Marsh L. H. clerk, house Winter court 
Marsh Robert, mason, house 106 Charles 
Marsh Rufus, hackman, Balterymarch 
Marsh {Warren) & Maynard {Lambert), livery stable, 

Battery march. Marsh's h. do. 
Marsh William, bookbinder, over 147 Washington 
Marshall Cyrus L. mason, house Humphrey place 
Marshall C. S. tailor, 3 N. Market, h. 18 Chambers 
Marshall Drury N. housewright, h. Fayette n. Jefferson 
Marshall Elijah, h. Blossom near Cambridge 
Marshall James, laborer, S. Margin 
Marshall John, laborer, 36 Salem 

Marshall Josiah, mer. 39 India street, h. 24 Franklin p!. 
Marshall {Leonard) & Bridge (Isaac), provis. 69 Camb. 
Marshall Martha, widow. South Cedar near Church 
Marshall Mary, widow, rear Broadway 
Marshall Sarah, widow, rear 39 Essex 


Marshall Thomas, school, Bnlfinch cor. Somerset place 

Marshall Thomas, mason, 58 Prince 

Marshall William, paper hangings, 270, h. 2C8 Wash. 

Marston George P. captain, h. 2 May place 

Marston John, laborer. Pond street place 

Marston John, stonecutter, h. rear 61 South 

Marston John M. merch. 22 Long wf. h. 2 Somerset ct. 

Marston Sherburne, 4 Unity 

Marston Tryphenia, house rear 247 Washington 

Martin Bryan, rear 24 Merrimac 

Martin Elizabeth, widow, 201 Ann 

Martin Enoch, schoolmaster, 6 Norfolk place 

Martin Israel, agent Rox. In. Rub. Co. h. 11 Hayward pi. 

Martin James, laborer, rear 104 Sea 

Martin John S. painter, 27 Milk, h. rear 9 S. Bennet 

Martin Mary, dressmaker, h. 1 West 

Martin Michael, laborer, Pitts court 

Martin Richard, wood wharf, 102, house 116 Sea 

Martin Samuel, mariner, 25 Charter 

Martin Sarah, widow of Joseph, 11 Fayette 

Martin Thomas, grocer, 4th street 

Martin Valentine, jeweller, 26 Washington 

Martin Wm. C. superint. Mas. Temple, h.SBoyJston sq, 

Marvin T. R. {Perkins, Marvin & Co.), printer, 24 

Congress, h. 41 Chesnut 
Mash Peter, boarding, h. 190 Ann 
Mason Charles B. hats, 10 Clinton, h. 242 Hanover 
Mason Ezekiel, paver, 4 Milton 

Mason George M. counsellor, 20 Court, h. 140 Tremont 
Mason Hale, housewright, 3 Spring street court 
Mason John, carver, 4 Hull 
Mason John R. house joiner, house Broadway 
Mason James J. (J. W. Paige <^ Co.), h.West n. Tremont 
Mason Jeremiah, counsellor, 20 Court, h. 140 Tremont 
Mason Lowell, prof Bos. Acad. Mus. h. 9 Myrtle 
Mason Newel P. laborer, h. W. Centre 
Mason Sampson, W. I. goods, 38 Cambridge, h. Eaton 
Mason Susan, widow of Jonathan, 45 Mt. Vernon 
Mason Wm. P. counsellor, 40 State, h. Trernont 
Masters John, stevedore, h. Lane place 
Masters (John) & Marden (Wm.), printers, 38 Court, h. 

194 Tremont 
Masters William, painter, house 7 Prospect 
Massy Hugh, painter, house rear 253 Washington 
Massey Jonn, machinist, bouse 24 North Russell 


Maston Isabella, Robinson lane 

Mather Henry B. See Everett & M. 

Matthews Albert, house 4 Brighton 

Matthews Edward, 9 Commercial wf house 1 Pearl 

Matthevvs John, junk, r. 58 Commercial, house Clark 

Matthews Peter, Gross cor. Ann 

Matthews Richard, captain, house F street r. Broadway 

Maud Esther, widow, 6 Portland 

Maunder George, mariner, 22 Hamilton 

Maxey Patrick, laborer. Sister 

Maxfield Ann, house Broadway near I street 

Maxfield John, hairdresser, Elliot, house 91 do. 

Maxfield John, branch pilot, house 119 Purchase 

Maxwell Edward, mason, house Prince n. Hanover 

Maxwell James, victualler, 131 Broad 

May Catharine, boarding, 39 Brattle 

May Charles, weigher and guager, 40 Commercial 

May Ebenezer, furniture, 25 Milk, house rear do. 

May George, house 714 Washington 

May Harriet A. widow, rear 147 Washington 

May Henry K, wharfinger, 6 Union wharf, h. 18 Sheafe 

May John W. cordwainer, 102 Charles 

May Joseph , Sec. Bos. Mar. Ins. Co. h. 510 Wash. c. Oak 

May Orra, house 3 Stillman place 

May Parmelia, boarding, 81 Court 

May Perrin, 503 Washington 

May Samuel & Co. {Calvin W. Clark), hardware, 1 

Broad cor. State, h. Atkinson cor. Purchase 
May William, mariner, 37 Bedford near Short 
Mayard Lambert (Marsh i^ M.), baker, 99 Broad 
Mayer Conrad, Fleet 
Maynard George, teamster, 1 Prince 
Maynard Jason G. blacksmith, house rear 10 Prince 
Maynard (Jesse) & Kitteridge (Chas.), bakers, 67 Warren 
Maynard Samuel, blacksmith. North Federal court 
Maynard (Waldo) & Noyes, druggists, 13 &. 15 Comhill. 

Maynard's house 2 Mason 
Mayo Catharine, widow, 90 Salem 
Mayo Dorcas, widow, 88 Summer ' 

Mayo John M. (Ellis &^ M.), house 11 Orange 
Mayo Joseph, trunkmaker, 54 Cornhill 
McAlIaster James, housewright, 24 Tudor's building, h. 

15 Allen 
McAlIaster James, house 66 Pond 
McAIlaster John, laborer, Middlesex near Castle 


McAnnally Francis, laborer, rear 67 Elliot 

McAnnally James, laborer, house Carver near Pleasant 

McAnnally Michael, laborer, 114 Broad 

McAnulty Thomas, Flagg alley 

McArdle Patrick, laborer, Merrimac 

McBride Cecilia, 1 Bowdoin square 

McBride George, clothing, Bl.ickstone 

McBurney Charles, saddler, 22 School, h. 5 Fayette 

McCabe Charles, laborer, rear Friend 

McCabe , widow, rear 110 Sea 

McCabe Hugh, laborer, Suffolk rear Lucas place 

McCabe James, laborer, 53 Elliot 

McCabe Jeremiah, laborer, rear 110 Sea 

McCabe Michael, laborer, rear 63 Elliot 

McCabe Terence, laborer, south of 97 Front 

McCabe Thomas, 15 North square 

McCaffery Henry, saddler, Cross 

McCafferty James, laborer, rear A street 

McCafl'erty John, laborer, rear 57 Elliot 

McCafferty Patrick, laborer, Tremont near Pleasant 

McCafferty Patrick, jr. ironmoulder, house 21 Sea 

McCallum John, clerk, 287 Ann 

McCann Barney, Cross c. Ann 

McCann James, laborer, h. Moon 

McCann John, shoemaker, opposite 73 Elliot 

McCarson John, 136 Hanover 

McCarron Patrick, laborer, rear 253 Washington 

McCartney John, coachmaker, 4 Biattie square 

McCarthy John, glass grinder, 4th street n. Turnpike 

McCarty Batholomew, laborer, rear 13 Washington pi. 

McCarly Daniel, laborer, house rear 152 Ann 

McCarty Dennis, labon;r. South Margin 

McCarty Edmund, tailor, Broad near Purchase 

McCarty Florence, laborer, Hamilton alley 

McCarty James, clerk, rear 671 Washington 

McCarty John, laborer, 61 Charter 

McCarty John, laborer. Broad opposite Maine wharf 

McCarty John, laborer, 1 Wharf 

McCarty Michael, laborer, 105 Broad 

McCarty Peter, 18 Stillman 

McCarty Timothy, laborer, Ann head Ellis's wharf 

McCarty Timotliy, laborer, rear 11 Short 

McCarty Timothy, laborer, rear 94 Sea 

McCauly , laborer, Batterymarch 

McCauly John, shoemaker, Batterymarch 


McCauly Patrick, laborer, 31 Milk 
McCaw Samuel, laborer. Friend 
McCawley John, house Ann 
McCleary James, house 15 Tileston 
McCleary John B. house 82 Prince 
McCleary Samuel F. city clerk, City Hall 
McClenathan Josiah, teamster, 19 Cross 
McClennen George, rigg»r. Arch wf. h. Cotton place 
McClien James, boarding house, 4 Wharf 
McCloskey Bernard, umbrella maker, h. 105 Milk 
McCloskey Henry A. house 38 Salem 
McCloskey Mary, dressmaker, 10 Devonshire 
McCIoud Cm tis, trunk maker, 206 Hanov. h. Leveret ct. 
McCloud John, mariner, rear 39 Prince 
McCloud John, tailor, 2 Noyes place 
McCIure Cyrus, 105 State, house 39 Leveret 
McClure Mark, laborer, 19 Stillman 
McCollester James, stone cutter, 23 South Russell 
McConnell Robert (L. Brooks S^- Co.), 7 Purchase place 
McConvill Hugh, tailor, house 55 Essex 
McCormack Samuel, mariner, Clark alley 
McCormick Edward, laborer, rear Broadway 
McCormick Michael, laborer, S. Margin 
McCormick Thomas, laborer, rear 24 Pleasant 
McCorselan Joseph, carpenter, house rear 253 Washing. 
McCoy John, laborer, rear 26 Union 
McCredy James, grocer. Bread corner Well 
McCue Ann, Batterymarch 
McCue Ellen, widow, 55 Essex 
McCue John, tailor, 65 India wharf 
McCue Michael, laborer, 2 Devonshire 
McCue Patrick, laborer, 20 Sudbury 
McCulIough William, laborer, opposite 20 Avery 
McCurran Patrick, laborer, rear 702 Washington 
McDaniel Thomas, laborer, house Southac 
McDavit John, 112 Ann 
McDavit Michael, 112 Ann 
McDavit Patrick, tailor, house 17 Myrtle 
McDermot Bryan, laborer. Creek square 
McDermott Bernard, tailor, h. rear 8 South street place 
McDonald Andrew, confectioner, 337 Washington 
McDonald Catharine, widow, Treraont near Pleasant 
McDonald Eliza, milliner, 5 Sweeiser court 
McDonald Elizabeth, widow, rear 664 Washington 
McDonald Henry, boarding house, 212 Ann 


McDonald James, laborer, Front opposite Beach 

McDonald James, confectioner, Court, h. Bridge st. av. 

McDonald John, 8 Sudbury 

McDonald Peter, pedlar, south 752 Washington 

McDonald T. & John T. tailors, 112 Court, h. 4 Leveret 

McDonald William, tailor, house 30 South 

McDonell William J. weigher, h. rear 5 Pleasant 

McDonough Patrick, carpenter, rear 13 Sea 

McDonough Patrick, Merrimac 

McDougail James, cordwainer, 547 Wash. h. Dedham 

McDougall John, tailor, 190 Washington, house Dedham 

McDowell Elizabeth, widow, house 32 Charles 

McDufFy Michael, Gouch 

McEwen Mary, h. Butolph near Cambridge 

McFarland Duncan, laborer, 104 Sea 

McFarland James, stevedore, 4 Bartlett 

McFarland Jane, widow, house 104 Sea 

McFarland John, laborer, 22 Stillman 

McFarland Thomas, machinist, A street 

McFeely Patrick, laborer, 4th street 

McGafFey Geo. W. house opposite 155 Pleasant 

McGai Patrick, laborer, Merrimac 

McGaw A. commission merchant, 16 City wharf 

McGaw John A., 16 City wharf 

McGaw Joseph, laborer, house 265 Ann 

McGaw Robert, rear 279 Ann 
McGee Betsey, 8 Sudbury 

McGee Thomas, laborer. Creek square 
McGerry Patrick, laborer. Commercial near Hanover 
McGill Thomas, tailor, 5 Brattle square 
McGilvreay Fanny, nurse, Essex court 
McGinnis James, South Margin 
McGinnis James, laborer. Friend ' 
McGinnis John, laborer. Creek square 
McGinnis John, laborer, house rear 69 Ann 
McGirr Francis, gold beater, 795 Washington 
McGirr Francis, jr. gold beater, 795 Washington 
McGonagle John, laborer, 194 Hanover 
McGonagle John, laborer, h. Distil-house square 
McGowan Daniel, tailor, house 11 Hamilton 
McGowan Dennis, tailor, house 11 Hamilton 
McGowan John, 10 Atkinson 

McGowan , mason, house 8 Devonshire 

McGowan Mary, widow, Barry's wharf 
McGrady Patrick, laborer, A street 


McGrah John, laborer, 69 Tremont 

McGrath John, mariner, 27 Williams , 

McGrath Terence, boarding, 101 Broad 

McGray James, cooper, house Battery 

McGregor {Daniel) & Meriam (C. D), dry goods, 47 

Kilby. McG.'s house 77 Pinckney 
McGregor James & Co. {Joseph Simes), W. I. g'ds, 12 

Commercial wharf, b'ds 4 Tremont place 
McGuire Hugh, laborer, Mechanic 
McGuire Michael, slater, house Friend 
McGuire Patrick, laborer. Mechanic 
McGuire Thomas, laborer, 6 Wharf 
McGunagall Daniel, laborer, rear 13 Sea 
McHoy Sarah, sempstretis. 05 Elliot 
McHugh Constantine, laborer, Dedham 
McHugh Timothy, laborer, rear 75 Elliot 
Mclntire Abigail, widow, 20 Prince 

Mclntire Andrew, sand dealer, Commer. n. Henchman 1. 
Mclntire Charles, broker, 5 Exchange, h. 42 Federal 
Mclntire George, provisions, 68 Purchase 
Mclntire Mary, widow, 4 Bridge street avenue 
Mclntire Sarah, 52 Elliot 

Mclntire Thomas, organ maker, 2 Blossom court 
Mcintosh Bathsheba, dry g'ds, 107 Hanover, h. 53 Pond 
Mclntyre Daniel, dry goods, 12 Kilby, h. Crescent place 
McKay John, housevvright, rear 5 Tileston 

McKay John, cabinet maker, house rear 104 Warren 

McKay John, laborer, rear 63 Elliot 

McKay W'm P. watchmaker, 63 Congress, h. Cong. ct. 

McKean John G. attorney, 4 Court 

McKcan Joseph W. pliysician, 12 Hanover 

McKenley llosanna. Mechanic 

McKenna Abigail, house 112 Ann 

McKenna Andrew, mason, house Castle c. 3Iiddlesex 

McKenna Daniel, laborer. Peck lane 

McKenna Francis, custom-h. officer, b'ds 9 Sullivan pi. 

McKenna Hugh, laborer, 3d street 

McKenna James, laborer, 22 Garden 

McKenna John, 112 Ann 

McKenna Mary, boarding house, 6 Dearborn avenue 

McKenna Nancy, widow, opposite 8 Norfolk place 

McKenna Patrick, laborer, 4th street 

McKenna Stephen, laborer. Prospect 

McKenon Charlotte, house 101 Cambridge 

McKenzie Thomas, upholsterer, h. 61 Temple 


McKinzie Alex. D. cop. plate printer, 1 Henchm. lane 

McKown John, cordwainer, 8 Sudbury 

McLane Hannah, Richmond 

McLaughlin Dennis, laborer, Gridley near Purchase 

McLaughlin Bernard, victualler, 104 Purchase 

McLaughlin Daniel, scowinan, south 752 Washington 

McLaughlin Eph. B. crockery, 24 Hanover, h. Brookline 

McLaughlin George, laborer, 11 Pitts 

McLaughlin Hugh, laborer, C Pitts 

McLaughlin I^ugh, laborer, rear 194 Hanover 

McLaughlin Hugh, laborer, rear 3 Pitts 

McLaughlin James, boarding, 7 Wharf 

McLaughlin James, laborer, rear 144 Ann 

McLaughlin John, laborer, south 752 Washington 

McLaughlin John, laborer, Peck lane 

McLaughlin John, 102 Ann 

McLaughlin Margaret, rear Centre 

McLaughlin Michael, laborer. Mechanic 

McLaughlin Neal, laborer, rear 2d street 

McLaughlin Owen, laborer, 115 Broad 

McLaughlin Patrick, cordwainer, 36 Federal, h. Milk 

McLaughlin Patrick, laborer. Creek square 

McLaughlin Thomas, laborer, 93 Warren 

McLaughlin William, laborer, rear 91 Ann 

McLaughlin William, laborer, rear 15 Centre 

McLees Thomas, laborer, lear 25 Union 

McLellan P. Osgood. See Leach & M. 

McLellan Edward, house 3 Winthrop place 

McLellan (Isaac) & Ballister (Joseph), merchants, 27 

Central wharf 
McLellan Isaac, house 3 Winthrop place 
McLellan Isaac, jr. attorney, 20 Court, h. 3 Winthrop pi. 
McLellan George, boarding, 54 Hanover 
McLoon William, captain, house Broadway 
McLoud William, baker, h. rear 28 Pleasant 
McLoud Susan, widow, Northampton cor. Plymouth 
McMann Dominick, laborer, rear 22 Federal 
McMann Thomas, carpenter, h. rear 253 Washington 
McManus Charles, tailor, rear 64 Hanover 
McManus Joanna, widow, Batterymarch . 
McManus Michael, laborer, rear 128 Ann 
McManus Patrick, laborer. South Margin 
McMarrow John, laborer, 114 Broad 
McMellen Marion, widow of John C. h. 106 Purchase 
McMullen Daniel, brassfounder, h. 2 Norfolk place 


McMullen Peter, stonecutter, rear 07 Elliot 
McMurray John G. brushtnak. 28 Exchange, h.50 Spring 
McNamara Cornelius, housevvright, house Arnold 
JMcNainey Michael, laborer, Creek square 

McNear , mariner, rear Greenough lane 

McNeil John, surveyor of customs, h. 4 Quincy place 

McNeil William G. engineer, 12 Joy's b'g, h. 48 Beacon 

JMcNeill Rebecca, widow, 21 Pinckney 

McNerney Sophia, widow, Salutation 

McNiskin Barney, Ann, head Ellis's wharf 

McPack Janus, Mechanic 

McQuaid John, innkeeper, rear 18 School 

McQueeney Dennis, 8 Sudbury 

McPhillips Charles, house rear 2d street 

McSolay Dennis, laborer, 16 South Rennet 

McSweeney Eliza, widow, opposite 73 Elliot 

McVey CorneliHs, tailor, house 80 Elliot 

Mead George M. druggist, 58 Union 

Mead John, mason, house Newbern place 

Mead John, binder, 19 Water, house 65 Prince 

Mead Owen, Barrett 

Mead Patty, rear Canton near Dedham 

Mead Samuel O. cashier .Market Bank 

Mead Zechariah, Rev. 3 Somerset place 

Meads Joseph, grocer, C)l, house 65 Myrtle 

Mealy William, tailor, Flagg alley 

Means (Isaac) & Clark (Lot), W. I. goods, 14 Central 

wharf. Means's house 50 Temple 
Means James, 17 India, house 30 Winter 
Mears Jane, widow of Charles, rear Travers 
Mears Elijah (Kilham, M. & Co.), h. Cocdi court 
Mears Grenville (K/l/iam,M. & Co.), h, Lyman place 
Mears John. See Prouty <fe M. 
Mecum George, silversmith, South Russell 
Medcalf Philander, teamster. North Margin 
Medcalf William, housewriglit, 16 Henchman lane 
Meder Nathaniel R. boarding house, 73 Broad 
Meder Samuel A., VV. I. goods, 7, house 98 Sea 
Meder William E. shoes and clothing, 5 and 7 Sea 
Medoure Joseph, blacksmith, house rear 17 High 
Meek Samuel, jeweller, Cornhill court, h. South Cedar 
Meenen Patrick, moulder, house 83 Sea 
Mein Andrew, chairmaker, rear B street 
Mein Benjamin, cabinetmaker, house Dedham 
Melcher Charles, printer, house 95 Elliot 


Melcher George, laborer, rear Dedliam 

Melcher Levi, merch. 31 Long wf. house 208 Hanover 

Melcher Nathaniel, at, post office, h. Berry corner Sister: 

Melcher Rachael, widow, 95 Elliot 

Melcher Sarah, widow, house 34 Short 

Meldroon Thomas, blacksmith, h. Merrimac c. Causew. 

Meldrum & Co. {George Odin), brewers. Castle, count. 

room 69 Broad." Meldrum's house 18 Orange 
Melendy ('S'ttm.) & David (B.B.), whipmak's, 8 Dock sq. 
Melledge James, boards 7 Hayward place 
Mellen Cenith, house 44 Orange 
Mellon David, victualler, 1 South Market 
Mellen Francis, laborer, 160 Ann 

^Mellen George W. chemist, Castle, b'ds 105 Tremont 
Mellen Harrison, shipwright, house 4th street 
Mellen Isaac M, fisherman, south 752 Washington 
Mellen John, crockery, 133 State, house 45 Spring 
Mellen Michael & Co. (H. Jl. JYorcross), earthenware, 

16 Merchants row, h. 17 Leveret 
Mellen Moses, furn. and feath. 38 Union, h. 42 Pinckney 
Mellen W. H. & Co. (C. P. Sano-er), dry g'ds,64Kilby. 

Mellen's house 6 Avery place 
Mellish William E. house 59 Pond 
Mellow William, pianoforte maker, Church c. S.Cedar 
Melius Amelia, boarding house, Beacon cor. Somerset 
Meloon Julia, widow, 76 Summer 
Melville George, cabinetmaker, house 5 Lucas place 
Melville John, cabinetmaker, 21 Exchange 
Melvin Mary, widow, 68 1-2 Ann 
Melvin David, mariner, house Langdon place 
Melzar Hannah, nurse, 87 Tremont 
Melzard George, laborer, rear 110 Sea 
Mendall Charles, rear 83 Tremont 
Meredith Lsaac, house 9 North Russell 
Meredith Richard & Co. (H. S^- I. Meredith), grocers, 

389 Washington, h. Haymarket place 
Meriam Anna, widow of William, house 16 Lincoln 
Meriam Betsy, widow, 6 Charter 
Meriam, Brigham (Levi) & Co. (E. A. Boardman), wine 

merchants, 20 Congress 
Meriam Charles, laborer, house 18 Brighton 
Meriam Charles D. (McGregor & M.), h. 22 Warren 
Meriam Edward P. Sec. Col. Ins. Co. house 39 Bridge 
Meriam Ephraim, carpenter, Theatre alley 
Meriam Farwell, house 8 Chambers 


Meriam Francis B. truckman, house 5 Lancaster 
Meriam Jonas, truckman, 47 Poplar 
Meriam Jonas, jr. grocer, 44 Leveret, h. 56 Poplar 
Meriam Mary B. widow of Levi, house 22 Warren 
Meriam Nathaniel, Sec. Mer. M. Ins. Co. h. 39 Bridge 
Meriam {Silas P.), Little (Robert) & Co. (Wm. Meriam), 

merchants, 39 S. Market. S. M. boards 2 Sewall pi. 
Meriam William. See Meriam, Little & Co. 
Meriman Nelson M. clothing, 31 Ann, b'ds at Franklin H. 
Merriam (Galen) &■ Perry (0. B.), W. L goods, 3 Long 

wharf. Merriam's house 81 Front 
Merriam (Joseph W.) & Seaverns (/5«ac W^.), provisions, 

53 Milk. Merriam's house Sister 
Merriam Otis, paperhang. c. Port. & Merrim. h. r. 57 Elliot 
Merrifield Francis, baker, 178 Ann, and opposite 94 Sea 
Merrill Betsey, tailoress, 19 Cross 
Merrill Charles, clerk, boards 1 Bromfield 
Merrill Daniel, mariner, Langdon place 
Merrill Daniel, messenger County Court H., h. Cook ct. 
Merrill Edward, housewright, h. W. Centre n. Cambr'ge 
Merrill Jabez B. cabinetmaker, h. 19 Pleasant street cl. 
Merrill James C. counsellor, 39 Court, h. 42 Chesnut 
Merrill Jesse, handcartman, 277 Washington 
Merrill Joseph, housewright, house 11 W. Second 
Merrill Lemuel, handcartman, rear 337 Washington 
Merrill Lewis, shoes, 91 Hanover 
Merrill Moody, sexton, house 45 Cambridge 
Merrill Nathan, teacher, 74 Salem 
Merrill Sarah, widow, house 116 Cambridge 
Merris John, laborer, 195 Ann 
Merritt Benjamin, laborer, rear 85 Pond 
Merritt Jerome, commission merchant, 3 Long wharf 
Merritt John, laborer, 3 Humphrey place 
Merritt John A. house 1 Orange court 
Merritt John P. housewright, house Leveret court 
Merritt Ziba, housewright, Kennard avenue 
Merry John, cooper, opposite Union wharf, house Fleet 
Merry R. D. C. (Hoicard &.M.), house 124 Tremont 
Meserve John B. (Davis <^ M.), house 5 Sturgis place 
Messer Stillman, grocer, 33 Poplar, house do. 
Messer Willard, house 19 North Russell 
Messer William D. (Thomas Lord <^ Co.), h. 83 Front 
Messer Wm.W. jewelry & fancy g'ds, 208 Washington, 

boards 133 Court 
Messervy William S. boards 34 Milk 


Messinger {Charles), Mirick (Benj. L.) & Co. (Geo. D.' 
Gordon), dvy ^'ds, 13 Central. Messinger's h. 7 0rangei 
Messinger Daniel, halter, old stand, 387 Washington 
Messinger Daniel, jr. hatter, 387 Wash. h. 4 Salem placoi 
Messinger David A. housewright, Carver 
Messinger Eben. F. {Molineux vfe M.), boards 7 Orange 
Messinger Roswell E. vs'ines. Milk, h. 34 School 
Metcalf Caleb, mason, 17 Alien 
Metcalf E. W. See Russell, Odiorne & Co. 
Melcalf Reuben, pattern maker, house 2d street 
Meyer John M. machinist, h. rear 32 Pleasant 
Meyer Borchart, dry goods, 3G7 Wasliington, house do. 
Meyer Xaver, importer of watches, 233 Washington 
Middleton Thomas {Wade &. M.), h. r. 371 Washington 
Milk John, boatbuilder, Moon 

Miles Solomon P. principal High School, h.52Pinckney 
Miles Walter, truckman, La Fayette avenue 
Millard Charles J. stonecutter, h. Haymarket place 
Millard Samuel, housewright. Carver, h. 8 Avery 
Millbanks John, laborer, rear Hamilton 
Miller Andrew, shoemaker, 65 India wharf 
Miller Betsey, widow, 53 Prince 

Miller David, blacksmith, r. 614 Washing, h. 7 Lucas pL 
Miller David, caulker and graver, house 41 South , 
Miller Edward, 161 Tremont 

Miller Geo. {M., Shelion &, Co.). h. Old Road, S. Bost. P't 
Miller George, fruit cellar, 70 C/ommercial 
Miller Geo. Lyman, chair painter, 2 Union, h. 32 Poplar 
Miller Hannah, nurse, 45 Pleasant 
Miller Hannah, widow of Charles, h. 9 Franklin place 
Miller James, fruit, 91 Cornhill 
Miller James, laborer, Battery 
Miller James, laborer, Distil-house square 
Miller John, merchant, 3 Long wharf, h. 3 Hawkins 
Miller John, dry goods, Milk corner Congress 
Miller John C. 14 Cross 

Miller Martin, cartman, h. rear 22 Washington place 
Miller Mary, widow, 5 Williams court 
Miller Mary Ann, school, S. Bridge, h. 664 Washington 
Miller Moses, inspector fish, 78 Commercial, h. 20 Fleet 
Miller Sarah R. widow of Samuel R. house 4 Park 
Miller, Shelton & Co. {George Miller, William Shclton, 
Edward L. Gray, jr. and Franklin Priest), ship- 
wrights and caulkers. South side Forthill wharf 
Miller Thompson, counsellor, Franklin avenue • 


Miller William, truckman, rear 16 Stillman 

Millet Abraham, jr. hats, 19 Washington, h. 13 Beacon 

Millet Alexander, rear 43 Prince 

Millet Benjamin, bootmaker, 11 Water, h. Harvard place 

Millet Jonathan, Pond 

Milliken Joseph. See Ferguson &. M. 

Millin John, housevvright, rear Gl Charter 

Mills James' K. & Co. {Edmund ])wight & C. H. Mills), 
commis. merchants, 52 Broad, h. 5 Chauncey place 

Mills James L. sawfiler, Hanover avenue 

Mills Jane, v\idovv, Hanover avenue 

Mills John, U. S. dist. attor. 4 Tudor's build, h. Trem. H. 

Mills Lewis {Farnum, M. (^ Wheeler), h. 28 Vernon 

Mills Oliver, surveyor, house 71 Warren 

Mills William, bridge builder, 10 Charter 

Milne George P. grocer, SI Salem, h. 79 Prince 

Milne Mary, nurse. Commercial near Hanover 

Milner Elizabeth, widow, 45G Washington 

Milton Ephraim &, Co. {J. B. Trcmere), W. I. goods, 
277 Ann, house Clark 

Milton William H.. & Co. (T. Slocomh), clothes ware- 
house, 4 Faneuil Hall. Milton's h. 40 Mt. Vernon 


nal Mark, laborer, Soutli Margin 
neham Henry, teamster, 108 Warren 
ner Benjamin F. captain, house 43 Fayette 
ner Henry C. fisherman. Front, h. rear 4 Orange lane 
ning James, laborer. Prospect 
nns Thomas, house 22 Pearl , 

not Jonathan, distiller. Front, h. rear 436 Washington 
not Otis (Joseph BartJctt & Co.), h. Commer. n. Hull 
not Thomas, baker, Warren, h. 2 Prince 
not William, counsellor, 39 Court, h. 58 Beacon 
ragliss Salvadore, laborer, Battery 
rick Benjamin L. See Messinger, M. & Co. 
tchell Alexander, laborer, rear 60 Elliot 
tchell {Cashing) & Bryant {Seth), leather, 30 Broad 
tchell Gushing, house 57 Federal 
tchell Elizabeth, sempstress, house 16 Fayette 
tchell Elizabeth, widow of Joseph, house 12 Vine 
tchell Isaac R. clerk, 318 Wash, boards 9 S. Bennet 
tchell James, cordwainer, 2 Southac 
tchell James, laborer, rear 104 Sea 
tchell Joseph, laborer, Batterman place 
tchell Nahum, 14 State, house 57 Federal 
tchell Pliineas, watchmaker, 151 Washing, h. 1 Acorn 


Mitchell (Sarri'l H.) & Dunbar (Loring), housewrights, 

Lancaster. Mitchell's hotjse 12 Lynda 
Mitchell (Sylvanus L.) &. Co. (JV. D. Hyde), nnerchants, 

14 State. Mitchell's house 57 Federal 
Mitchell Theodore. See Lyford & M. 
Mitchell William & Co. {John Tillsnn), finding store, 

43 N. Market. Mitchell's house 48 Poplar 
Mixer Daniel, Franklin House, North Market 
Mixter Charles. See Jabez C. Howe & Co. 
Mizner Gilbert, stagedriver, Margaret alley 
Moakler Michael, rear 133 Hanover 
Moffat Joseph L. druggist, house Chambers 
MofTetl L. L. hairdresser, 8 Hanover 
Moffit Sophia A. 1 Wendell 
Molineux {ftohert W.) & Messinger (E. F.), dry goods, 

395 Washington. M.'s house Hayraarket place 
Monks Patrick, ship sawyer, 3d street 
Montague, James, refreshments, G4 Cornhill 
Montague Wm. H. & George L. dry goods, 43 Kilby, 

boards 1*2 Orange. G. L. boards Tremont 
Monteath Caroline, widow, r. St. Paul's church, Tremont 
Montgomery Hugh, attorney, Turnpike cor. 4lh street 
Montgomery Thomas, laborer, h. rear 41 Congress 
Moody Daniel, hat and cap maker, 75 Cornhill 
Moody George (Jenness, Gage & M.), h. 2 Morton place 
Moody Henrietta, variety shop, 54 Leveret 
Moody Joshua. See Holbrook & M. 
Moody Samuel, bookbinder, 62 Cornhill, h. 4 Minot 
Moody Mary, nurse, house Fleet 
Moody Williatn, mariner, 6 N. Margin 
Moody William H. tailor, boards 81 Court 
Mooney Archibald, laborer, 114 Broad 
Mooney Hugh, house Mechanic 

Mooney Patrick, sexton, bookstore, Fed. c. Franklin pi. 
Moore Abel, turner, 73 Cornhill 

Moore Abraham M. truckman, Pond cor. Charlestown 
Moore Abram, counsellor, rear 24 Court, h. 68 Temple 
Moore Artinatus, coppersmith. South Margin 
Moore Augustus M. baker, h. North Russell cor. Vine 
Mooro (Calvin G.) & Bellows (Wm.), grocers, 119 Cam- 
bridge. Moore's house 31 Leveret 
Moore Charles, grocer, 27, house 28 Poplar 
Moore Fanny, dressmaker, 11 Friend 
Moore Fanny, widow, rear 39 Salem 
Moore Frances, nurse, rear 671 Washington 


Moore Henry, rigJier, 9 Richmond 

Moore Hugh, truckman, Tond 

Moore Isaac, musician, boards 1 May place 

Moore James, honsewright, 13 South Margin 

Moore Jolin R. housewright, Jiouse 2d street 

Moore Joseph, honsewright, house 1 Sturgis place 

Moore Lawrence, rear Morrimac 

Moore Levi V. R. painter, 36 Portland, h. 87 Prince 

Moore Michael, laborer, rear 93 Warren 

Moore Nathan, cooper, house 81 Sea 

Moore Orin, house 57 Salem 

Moore Otis, printer, boards 7 Province House court 

Moore Patrick, laborer, rear 91 Warren 

Moore Samuel, North Federal court 

Moore Samuel, captain, 192 Hanover 

Moore Samuel H. laborer, Elliot near Tremont 

Moore Sarah, widow, 8 Pleasant street court 

Moore William R. cooper, Salter place 

Morchand John, 91 Ann 

More James, boarding, 217 Ann 

More Sarah, widow of Thomas D. house 7 Hawkins 

Morey Dennis, laborer, 46 Front 

Morey George, counsellor, 21 State, h. 18 Franklin pi. 

Morey Jeremy {Lnvjny ir M.), h. rear 662 Washington 

Morey Wm. laborer, house 29 Front 

Moran 'James, laborer, bth street 

Morgan Asa, laborer, 59 Prince 

Morgan Caroline, widow, 78 Pleasant 

Morgan David, blacksmith, house rear 667 Washington 

Morgan Enos, housewright, 59 Prince 

Morgan Isaiah, laborer, Castle near Middlesex 

Morgan Jacob, laborer, house Piper's wharf 

Morgan Margaret, widow of James, 114 Sea 

Morgan Michael, laborer, Pitts court 

Morgan Nancy, widow of Littleton T. house Deacon 

Morgan Samuel, fisherman, Ann head Union wharf 

Morgan William, laborer, house 1 Spring lane 

Moriarty Joseph, physician, 98 Court 

Morona Anna, nurse, 137 Hanover 

Morona Francis L. housewright, 137 Hanover 

Morrill Caroline, tailoress, AS Salem 

Morrill James, 3d street 

Morrill James, hackman, house 11 Howard 

Morrill James, 2d, clerk, 18 State, house 101 Tremont 

Morrill John, housewright, rear Belknap 


Morrill Mary, widow of James, 289 Washington 

Morrill Reuben P. baker, 39 Essex 

Morrill Samuel, physician, 12 Sullivan place 

Morrill Susannah, nurse, Castle near Middlesex 

Morrill (Thos.) & OWver (Clutrles fV.), houswr'ts, Lindall 

Morris x\bigail W widow of Robert, house 7 Acorn 

Morris Ann, 18 Williams 

Morris (Jlpollos) & Dix (Elbridge), paints, 112 State. 

M.'s h. 80 Pleasant. See advertisement 
Morris Charles, mariner, Piedmont 
Morris Charles, waterman, rear Moon 
Morris Emanuel, laborer, Butolph 

Morris Lewis H, dry goods, 427, house 279 Washington 
Morris Thomas, laborer. 111 Ann 
Morris William, house 80 Pleasant corner Fayette 
Morrissey Patrick, tailor, opposite 38 Bedford 
Morrison David, 86 Faneuil Hall market 
Morrison Edward, laborer, cellar 164 Purchase 
Morrison Geo. W. mason, house 51 Fayette 
Morrison James, laborer. Creek square 
Morrison John, blacksmith. Pond 
Morrissy Edmund, cooper, house Washington avenue 
Morrow William, laborer, rear 32 Pleasant 
Morrow William H. silk dyer, rear 32 Pleasant 
Morse Aaron, house 15 Ash 

Morse Aaron, jr. 12 Boylston market, house 15 Ash 
Morse Caleb, laborer, house Hancock row 
Morse Christopher, cabinetmaker, house 2 Fayette ct. 
Morse David, liandcartman, house rear 276 Ann 
Morse Edmund N. pumpmaker, rear 30 N. Russell 
Morse Elbridge G. dry g'ds, 29 Cambridge, h. 23 Charles 
Morse Elizabeth, widow of Samuel, 2 La Grange place 
Morse Ezekiel, pilot, 275 Ann 
Morse E. R. milliner, 155 Court 

Morso Geo. W. machinist, boards 4 Province House ct. 
Morse Hannah, widow of Elijah, 142 Hanover 
Morse Hazen, engraver, 70 Washing, h. 4 Sullivan pi. 
Morse Henry, brassfounder, 47 Prince 
Morse John, variety store, 60 Sea, h. East r. engine house 
Morse Joseph A. housewright, h. 23 Carver 
Morse Lydia, boarding, 1 Bath corner Milk 
Morse Oren, rear 25 Allen 
Morse Robert, housewright, house 34 High 
Morse Robert M. (Cochran ^ M.), h. at Tremont H. 


Morse Samuel F. & Co. (Sidney B. Morse), Eng. goods, 

]2 Central, house 8 South Bennet 
Morse Saniuel, laborer, rear 142 Pleasant 
Morse Sarah H. dressmaker, rear 351 Washington 
Morse Sidney B. (S. F. M. ^ Co.), h. 2 La Grange place 
Morse Wm. S. S. {Fisher 4'-W.), boards 2 La Grange pi. 
Morse William, machinist, 4th street 
Mortimorc John, house Richmond 
Morton Andrew, stable. Federal, house 27 South 
Morton Andrew, jr. liv. sta. Havvley pi. h. 8 Franklin 
Morton Ebenezer, housewright, h. 48 Fayette 
Morton Otis, housw't, Mechan. pi. h. Trem. n. Warren 
Morton Thomas J. housewright, h. rear 2 Plymouth pi. 
Morton William. See Thompson & M. 
Morton William S. 16 Court, house 13 Avon place 
Moseley David C. house Bromfield cor. Washington 
Moseley Flavel {Phillips & M.), h. Orange ct. c. Wash. 
Moses Charles {Nevers & M.), house 8 Lowell place 
Moses George H. mason, Henchman lane 
Moses Thomas, printer, house 41 Brighton 
Mosier William, mariner, rear 231 Ann 
Mosman Rufus {Tirrell ^ JVy.), house 23 Stillman 
Motley Ann W. house rear 59 Myrtle 
Motley Edward, boards 10 South 

Motley Thomas & Edward, merchants, 31 India wharf 
Motley Thomas, house 7 Walnut 
Motley Thos. jr. {Bacon & M.). house 9 Chesnut 
Motley William W. tailor, 5 Wilson's lane, h. 11 Trem't 
Mott Richard, physician, 1 Lynde 
Motte M. I. Rev., Castle near Front 
Moulton Daniel, house 20 West Second 
Moulton Moses P. laborer, South Margin 
Moulton Newell H. grocer, 50 Brattle, house 33 Bridge 
Moulton Thomas, mason, house Prince 
Mountfort Charles, sailmaker, rear 49 India, h. Blossom 
Mountfort Joseph, house 44 Prince 
Mountfort Margaret, Commercial near Ann 
Mower Levi, innholder, 24 Ann 
Mower S. F. See Chandler & M. 
Mourne Ann, widow, 20 Sudbury 
Mudge Alfied, printer, 2 Sweetser court, h. 4 Avery 
Mudge B. W. shoe & leather auctioneer, 13 Broad 
Mudge Ezra, inspector, C. H., h. rear 30 Chambers 
Mugford John, housewright, house 59 Warren 
Muldowny John, laborer, rear 12 Washington place 


Muholeand Henry, laborer, Humphrey place 

Muirhead Williani, machinist, h. rear Broadway 

Mulcahy John, laborer, Peck lane 

Muldoon Owen, musician, rear 63 Elliot 

Mullen Bartholomew, laborer, Middlesex rear Castle 

Mullen Dennis J. (Keogh & M.), h. North Margin 

Mullen James, laborer, rear 246 Hanover 

Mullet James, stairbuilder, liouse 23 itlyrtle 

Mullen John, laborer, S3 Sea 

Mullen John, cordwainer, opposite 665 Washington 

Mullen John, laborer, house 12 Cross 

Mullen John, laborer, Friend 

Mullen John, laborer, Middlesex near Castle 

Mullharen Betsey, rear 42 Prince 

Mulligan Catharine C. school, r. St. Paul's ch. Tremont 

Mulligan Thomas, laborer, h. 3d street 

Mulligan James, laborer, rear Sister n. Berry 

Mullin Mary Ann, clothing, 91 Ann 

Mulray Michael, laborer, 2 Wharf 

Mulvey Matthew, laborer, rear 63 Elliot 

Mumler Jolm, typefounder, Ivers corner Merrimac 

Muncrieff Joseph, house Grove 

Mundoy James, laborer, rear 673 Washington 

Munn Luther (Richards & M.), h. 55 South 

Munroe Abel, laborer, rear 10 Tileston 

Munroe Abel, provisions, 214 Hanover, h. 18 Tileston 

Muhroe Dan'l, watchmaker, 36 Congress, h. in Roxbury 

Munroe David, h. 80 Federal 

Muriroe Edmund, merchant, 57 State, h. 6 Hamilton pi. 

Munroe (Edmund) & Francis (David), printers and 

booksellers, 128 Washington 
Munroe Edwin, grain, 69 Commercial 
Manroe Elizabeth, widow, 324 Washington 
Munroe (Lewis) & Williams (Jer.), stablers,21 Hanover. 

Lewis's house Elm 
Munroe George, provisions, 233 Ann, h. Tileston 
Munroe George, dry goods, 175 Wash, boards 8 Pearl 
Munroe Isaac, dry goods, 291 Wash, boards 6 Sewall pi. 
Munroe James & Co. (Geo. JVickols y John Owen)j 

booksellers, 134 Washington 
Munroe James, 226 Hanover 
Munroe John F. 84 Hanover 
Munroe John, teamster, Commercial n. Foster 
Munroe (John F.) & Bailey (Benj.), grocery, Merrimac 
Munroe John, tailor, Broad n. Purchase 


Munroe Jotham B., provisions, Salem, h. 226 Hano-ver 

Munroe Otis, grain, 12 Commercial, h. 209 Hanover 

Munroe Richard L. grain, 15 City wharf 

Munroe Sarah, widow, nurse, 67 Bedford 

Munroe Solomon <& Wm. \i., VV. I. goods, 109, house 

107 Broad 
Munroe Washington, h. 31 Friend 

Munroe Wm. provisions, Com. n. Ann, h. n. 10 Tileston 
Mimroe Wm. C. whipmaker, 35 Exch. h. 7 Federal ct. 
Munson Israel, mer. 17 Central wf. h. at Tremont H. 
Murdoch Charles T. attorney, 10 Court, h. 20 Buifinch 
JVIurdock Amasa, jr. (Gardner ^ M.), h. 11 Allen 
Murdock George & Co. (Jllfred A. Wellington), grocers, 

23 Dock square, h. 60 Federal 
Murdock Sarah, widow, 8 Blossom 
Murdock Stephen, innhulder, 641 Washington 
Muidock Warren, merchant, 48 Com. h. 50 Pinckney 
Murdock Wm. C. shoes, 10 Broad, h. Allen 
Murphy Archibald, 57 Fleet 
Murphy David, waiter, h. rear 253 Washington 
Murphy David, laborer, 98 Broad 
Murphy Edward, laborer, 104 Broad 
Murpiiy Eliza, widow of Lawrence, r. 664 Washington 

.Murphy Elizabeth, widow, Barre place 

Murphy James, engineer, Bost. steam factory, Pitts court 

Murphy John, laborer. Turnpike n. 4th street; another 

78 Purchase ; do. Market place ; do. 32 Cross 
Murphy John, housewright, h. Mechanic place 

Murphy Jesemine, h. r. Broadway 

Murphy Michael, slater, rear 11 Distil-house square 

Murphy Michael, coppersmith. Canton near Suffolk 

Murphy Miciiael, laborer, h. 88 Broad 

Murphy Michael, Pond 

Murphy Patrick, laborer. Theatre alley 

Murphy Patrick, laborer, Sister 

Murphy Patrick, laborer, 105 Milk 

Murphy Stephen, South Margin 

Murphy Thomas, tailor, h. Theatre alley 

Murphy Tliomas, laborer. Peck lane 

Murphy Thomas, boarding house, 22 Atkinson 

Murray Edward, 22 Cross 

Murray John, cordwainer, rear 83 Tremont 

Murray John, victualler, Cross 

Murray John, jr. dry goods, 110 Hanover 

Murray Joseph, housewright, 42 Allen 


Murray John, laborer, rear 671 Washington 

Murray Robert, tailor, Theatre alley 

Murray Thomas, undertaker, h. 3 Dearborn avenue 

Murray Thomas, tobacconist, 302 Ann 

Murtoy Michael, 107 Ann 

Musheway John F. laborer, house Church 

Mussey Benj. B. bookseller, 29 Cotnhill 

Muzzy John, Custom H. officer, h. 3 Federal court 

Myers Edward, h. rear 11 Sudbury square 

Myers Johanna, widow, Warren place 

Myers {John F.) &, Knight (Holland L.), dry goods, 335 

Washington. Myers's h. 18 Fayette 
Myers Sarah, widow, 18 Fayette 
Myers William, sugar refiner, Lyman place 
Myrick Samuel, mariner, rear 108 Purchase 
Myrick William, housewright, 110 Court 

NAROMORE ABIEL, laborer, 9 Brighton 
Narey Richard, 202 Ann 
Nash Benjamin, boarding house, 54 Union 
Nash Charles W. baker, h. 13 Hamilton 
Nash Henry, housewright, boards r. 176 Washington 
Nash Hiram, housewright, h. 3 Pleasant street court 
Nash J. L. wheelwright. Creek square 
Nash Rlary, widow, rear 27 Milk 
Nash Mary G. widow of" Joshua, 12 Prince 
Nash Lydia, boarding house, IG Fleet 
Nash Nancy, widow, Henchman lane 
Nash Nathaniel C. See Hitchcock & N. 
Nash Solon, paper store, 17 Water, h. 8 High 
Nash William H. boat builder, 6 Prince 
Nash William, shipwright. North Hanover court 
Nason Dan. sup. depot Bos. & Prov. railroad, 168 Pleas. 
Nason Daniel, housewright, house Southac 
Nason Joel, rear 107 Hanover 
Nason Leavitt, tailor, 4 Congress, h. 4 Derne 
Nassau William M. hairdresser, 44 Court 
Nay Stanley, leather, 14 North Market, h. 25 Warren 
Nazro Charles G. (B. C. Clark &^ Co.), h. 14 Fayette 
Nazro Henry James, book keeper, house 27 Fayette 
Nazro John, house 27 Fayette 
■ Nazro John G. book keeper N. E. Bank, h. 9 Orange 
Neal Daniel W. teamster, h. 23 Warren 
Neal Jackson, painter, h. 59 Prince 
Neal John, laborer, Hamilton alley 


Neal John A. wheelwright, 675 Washington 

Neal Nathaniel, mason, boards I'rovince 

Neal Samuel, housewright, house 37 W. Cedar 

Neal Willidm A. cordwainer, Broadway near I street 

Neat John, painter, N. Margin 

Neat Nathan, saddler, Elm, h. 13 Stillman 

Neat Samuel R. 20 Lincoln 

Neef M. A. druggist, Union corner Elm, h. 36 Hancock 

Neil Lucy, boarding house, 5 Sister 

Needham Samuel, cliaisemaker, h. rear East, n. Sea 

Nelea John, cooper, house 92 Sea 

Nell VVm. tailor. Brattle square 

Nelson George W. mason, h. rear 2 Plymouth place 

Nelson Jane, widow, 12 Elliot 

Nelson John, laborer, rear 314 Ann 

Nelson Mary, widow, Barry's wharf 

Nelson Thomas, h. 28 Poplar 

Nesbit John, laborer, 11 Pitts 

Nesbitt Samuel, machinist, boards Norfolk avenue 

Nevens Rapha H. house 69 Pleasant 

Nevers Abel R. (A. Welles & Co.), boards at Exchange 

Nevers (Benj. M.) & Moses {Charles), livery stable, 6 

Boylston sq. Nevers's h. Ill Front 
Nevers (Eben. W.) &, Woodsum {Isaac P.), wood and 

coat, Otis's wharf Nevers's h. Beach 
Neville Thomas, laborer, Oliver i 

Neville William H. carver, house 73 Charter 
New Myris. 5 Unity court 

Newcomb Danforth P. 6 F. H. market, h. 8 Portland 
Newcomb James, 7 Faneuil Hall market, h. 16 Charter 
Newcomb James, 129 F. H. market, h. rear Charlestown 
Newcomb Lemuel, 114 Faneuil Hall market 
Newcomb Loring, auct'r, 27 Exchange, h. 21 Gibbs I. 
Newcomb Matilda, widow, rear 43 Prince 
Newcomb Norton, dry goods, 93 Hanover, h. 4 Unity 
Newcomb Rufus, printer, 19 Water, h. r. 427 Washing. 
Newcomb Susan, boarding house, Hull 
Newell Augustus T. See E. Vose <fe Co. 
Newell Daniel, printer, 151 Hanover 
Newell Horatio, laborer, h. West Centre 
Newell James, stage office, 9 Elm. h 4 Brattle square. 
Newell Jeremiah G. housewrigl)t, h. 7 Newton place 
Newell Jonathan K. & Willard M. boots and shoes, 222 

Washington. J. K. N.s h. 95 Front 
Newell Joseph A. clerk, 171 Wash, boards 3 Purchase 
.40 , 


Newell Joseph, assistant surveyor, house 29 Boylston 

Newell Joseph R. ag. wareh., 51 N. Market, h. 87 High 

Newell Joseph W. messenger North Bunk 

Newell Montgomery (Rob. Appleton & Co.),h.7 Frank. 

Newell Richard A. druggist, fejumme^, corner South 

Newell Willard M. h. 2 Central court 

Newhall Cheever & Co. {John M.), shoes and leather, 

36 Broad 
Newhall Daniel B. (Gould, Wilder S^ Co.), h. Dedham 
Newhall Daniel R. music master, h. Dedham 
Newhall Ezra F. dry goods, 179 Wash, boards 36 Camb. 
Newhall Hannah, boarding house, 5 Travers 
Newhall Isaac M. cordwainer, h. reai 57 Tremont 
Newhall James, shoe store, IGl Hanover 
Newhall James, jr. housewright, rear 10 Prince 
Newhall Josiah, inspector Custom H. b'ds 1 Bromfield 
Newhall John {Whitman S^ JS'.), h. rear 83 Pond 
Newhall John, housewright. Sea near East 
Newhall John M. (Cheever JV. <^ Co.), h. 24 Pearl 
Newhall Sarah, nurse, h. 15 S. Russell 
Newhall Sarah, school, 23, h. 15 Hancock 
Newman Caroline & Ann, toys, 57 Court 
Newman Gustavus, boarding, Well corner Wharf 
Newman Geo. 57 Court 
Newman Hannah G. 17 North Bennet 
Newman Mary Ann, dress maker, 283 Washington 
Newman Mary, widow. South street place 
Newman Robert E. crockery ware, 45 Court, h. 20 Bios, 
Newman Samuel H. tailor, 2 Brattle, h. 22 Bulfinch 
Newman Susan, widow, 491 Washington 
Newman Thomas, tin worker, li. 2 Plymouth place 
Newman Wm. tailor, 2 Brattle, boards 22 Bulfinch 
Newmarch Angelia, instructress, 5 Atkinson 
Newmarch Samuel, baker, h. N. Margin 
Newnun Janjes, housewright, h. opposite 111 Pleasant 
Newton Abigail, widow, 8 Sudbury 
Newton Martin, shoemaker, roar 146 Pleasant 
Nichols Betsey, boarding house, 5 Derne 
Nichols Benjamin R. counsellor, h. 69 Beacon 
Nichols Charles, tellei N. E. Bank , 

Nichols & Co. (J. G. Rogers), machinists, Bromfield pi. 
Nichols Charles, 30 Elm, h. 5 Siiliman 
Nichols Charles, mason, 64 Prince 

Nichols Chas. C ind. rub. goods, 52 Water, h. Williams 
Nichols David, mason, 23 Richmond 


Nichols Eliza, 64 Essex 

Nichols Eleazer, carpenter, h 61 Warren 

JVichols Frederick, accountant, h. 24 Allen 

Nichols George. See James Munroe & Co. 

Nichols Henry, confectioner, h. Leveret court 

Nichols Hiram H. mariner, Commercial near Hanover 

Nichols James, laborer, house S. Russell 

Nichols John, boarding, Alden court 

Nichols John D. bootmaker. North Bennet 

Nichols John, laborer, rear 120 Purchase 

Nichols J. P. painter. Harvard place, house 5 Stillman 

Nichols Lawrence, confec. 119 Court, h. AJden lane 

Nichols Luther W. h. 2 Gouch 

Nichols (Lymaji) & Leeds (B. /.), dry goods, 81 Hanov. 

Nichols Lyman, h. N. E. Coffee House 

Nichols Oliver, 3 Piedmont 

Nichols Perez {Ross ^ JV.), h. Alden lane 

Nichols Phineas, laborer, 4th street 

Nichols R. Wallen. See Staples & N. 

Nichols S. VV. mason, 159 Hanover 

Nichols Susan, wid. of Ebenezer B. 48 Temple 

Nichols Thaddeus,jr. {Stanton, JV. & Whitney), house 6 

Bulfinch place 
Nichols {Timo. S.)&G\hson {K.), painters, 168 Tre- 

mont. Nichols's h. 40 Carver 
Nichols Wm. housewright, 60 Front, h. Wheeler's court 
Nichols William, 20 Elliot 

Nichols William, printer, Wilson lane, h. 29 Tremont 
Nickels Samuel, capt. portvvarden, 31 India, h. 44 Spring 
Nickelson & Lawrence, victualling, 1 North Market 
Nickerson David {J. Cook &, Co.), h. Broadway 
Nickerson Ebenezer, fish, 39 Long wf. h. 8 Sturgis place 
Nickerson Frederick, capt. h. F st. near Broadway 
Nickerson Josiah {Eldredge ^ JV.), h. Lynde 
Nicolson Samuel, agent B. «fcR. Mill corporation, house 

1 Montgomery place 
Niebuhr Henry, pianoforte tuner, 7 Avery place 
Nightingale James, dry goods, 230 Wash. h. 2 Bedford 
Nihen Donald, laborer, rear 17 Sea 
Niles John S. housewright, Atkinson, house Broadway 
Niles Jesse, housewright, Atkinson near Milk, house 

Cotton place 
Niles William J. stable and house 21 School 
Nimblet John K. hairdresser, 81 Purchase, h. Cotton pL 
Noble Elizabeth, widow, 2 Madison place 


Noble George, ship broker, 5 Commercial wharf 

Noble George F. house 126 Cambridge 

Noble John, fruit, 2 Union, h. G7 Congress 

Noble Julius A. auctioneer. 111 Wash. h. 11 Pearl pi. 

Noble Thomas, 85 F. H. market, house Sudbury 

Noble Wm. handcartman, op. Mariner's church Purchase 

Nolen Spencer, jr. surgeon dentist, 16 Winter 

Norcross Archelaus, corkcutter, house 2 Hawley 

Norcross Catherine, widow, Bartlett 

Norcross H. A. (Mclhn ^ Co.), b'ds N. E. Coffee House 

Norcross Joseph, boatbuilder, Packard's wharf 

Norcross Judith, widow, 6 Bartlett 

Norcross Loring (Farnum, Kimball &, Co.),h. 6 Bulfinch 

Norcross Otis & Co. (Eliphalet Jones), crockery ware, 23 

and 24 South Market, house 6 Poplar 
Norcross T. R. 100 Faneuil Hall market 
Norris Daniel, rear 45 Prince 
Norris Elijah, shipwright, C street 
Norris George, mason, house South Russell 
Norris James A. fruit, 34 Hanover 
Norris James S. cooper, house Gibbs lane 
Norris John, housewright, George, house 4 Grove 
Norris Phineas, house Milton cor. Spring 
Norris Priscilla, widow, 3 Pitts 
Norris (Rufus G.) & Flint (Joseph W.), leather, 21 N. 

Market. Norris's house 6 Barton 
Norris Sarah, widow, Ash cor. South Bennet 
fiotr'is (Shepherd H.) &. Cunis (Samtiel S.), dry goods, 

35 Kilby. Norris's house 60 Boylston 
Norris Theophilus, wood, Oliver place, house 3 do. 
Norton John, laborer, Gouch 

Norton John D. bookbinder, 130 Wash. h. 29 Charter 
Norton Joshua, sailmaker, 11 Foster's wf h. 30 Friend 
Norton Joshua, jr. (Hcywood &JV.), house 1 Eaton 
Norton Nancy, widow. South Margin 
Norton Richard B. clothing, 284, iiouse rear 324 Ann 
Norton Thaxter, cordwainer, Merrimac, h. r. S. Margin 
Norton William, bookbinder, house South Margin 
Norwood George M. assessor, house 8 Crescent place 
Norwood James, printer, 29 Friend 
Norwood Samuel, assessor, 36 Spring 
Norwood William D. cabinetmaker, house Dedham 
Notaby Richard, laborer. Peck lane 
Nottage Samuel C. (Pratt ^ JV.), house 6 Hull 



Nourse Amory, copperplate printer, rear 9 School, house 

] Harvard place 
Nourse Benjamin F. bookbinder, house rear 20 Court 
Nourse Benjamin, baker, house 22 Washington place 
Nourse Charles, dry goods, 205 Wash. h. Bromfield H. 
Novvell Oliver, restorator, 29 North Market 
Nowcll Sliadrach, cordwainer, h. Mechanic place 
Novvland James, laborer, Merrimac 
Nowland Miles, laborer, Broad opposite Maine wharf 
Nowland Nancy, widow, 65 India wharf 
Noyes Charles E. painter, house 24 Carver 
Noyos Daniel. See Maynard & N. 
Noyes Ehenezer, runner U. S. Court, h. 8 Graphic ct. 
Noyes Ebenezer & Elisha, W. I. g'ds, G7 Sea cor. East 
Noyes Edward (Maynard & JV'.), house 27 Somerset 
Noyes Jacob, instructer in navigation, rear 84 x\un 
Noyes Jacob W. painter, h. 19 Orange 
Noyes Joseph, paint, and glaz. h. rear 2 Plymouth place 
Noyes Joseph, 76 Salem 

Noyes Michael, ropemaker, h. rear Suffolk near Canton 
Noyes Sarah W. boarding house, 40 Union 
Noyes (U. tV.) «fe Gile (A. G.), dry goods, 136 Hanover 
Nudd Thomas, truckman. Commercial near the bridge 
Nugent Bernard, liouse 18 Myrtle 
Nugent Christopher, laborer, 16 S. Bennet 
Numo Thomas, laborer, rear Blackstone 
Nurse Gilbert, clerk, house 30 Cliarter 
Nurspicktie Mary, house rear 7 Allen 
Nute Ephraim, house 8 Causeway 
Nute James, blacksmith, house Salutation 
Nute {James) & Googins {Mark), blacksmiths, Richmond 
Nutsptill Francis J. hairdresser, 93 Broad, h. Cus. H. st. 
Nuttage Nathaniel, bridge builder, Vernon place 
Nutter Mark {Southioortk & JV".), 20 Hamilton 
Nutting Benjamin F. artist, 14 Joy's building, house 7 

Federal court 
Nutting {Calvin) & Jones {Ivory H.), blacksmiths, 

Beach. Nutting boards 444 Washington 
Nutting Catherine, widow, 7 Federal court 
Nutting Eleazer, truckman, opposite 102 Sea 
Nutting Luther, blacksmith, r. ijS Boylston, h. 3 Church 
Nutting Nancy, house 4th street near S. B. Point 
Nutting Sarah, milliner, 234 Washington 
Nye Caroline, boarding house, 247 Washington 
Nye Elizabeth, widow, 16 Hawkins 


OAKES ASA, baker, Battery 

Oakes Daniel, Battery 

Oakes Ebenezer. See Jones & O. 

Oakes George, cooper, house 12 Purchase 

Oakes Geo. P. printer, Tremont, h. rear 81 Warren 

Oakes James, salt store, 49 Long wf. h. 12 Williams 

Oakes Joshua, house joiner, Rowe's wf. h. Second 

Oukes Josiah, housewright, house 7 Stillman place 

Oakes Moses, 8 Bartlett 

Oakman Samuel, hatter, boards Boylston hotel 

Ober Israel, laborer, rear 4 Prince 

Obeirne (Jas.) & Howard (Boyd), grocery, 34 Clinton 

O'Brian Martin, tailor, house 27 Williams 

O'Brien Ann, widow, house Sister 

O'Brien Anthony, laborer, house rear 69 Ann 

O'Brien Dennis, laborer, h. Broad op. Maine wharf 

O'Brien Dennis W. upholsterer, h. op. 155 Pleasant 

O'Brien Edward, cooper, rear 75 Elliot 

O'Brien Edward, laborer, Gibbs lane 

O'Brien Edward, rear Distil-house square 

O'Brien Mary, widow of Edward, groceries, 24 Pleasant 

O'Brien Michael, beer, 78 Broad 

O'Brien Patrick, laborer, rear 104 Sea 

O'Brien Terence, Theatre alley near Milk 

O'Brien Timothy, tailor, 108 Broad 

O'Connel James, laborer, 94 Sea 

O'Conner John, W. I. goods, 33 Sea 

O'Connor Thomas, laborer, 6 Dearborn avenue 

O'Daniel John, laborer, A street 

O'Dell Elizabeth, widow, 155 Pleasant 

O'Dell Noah, cordwainer. Commercial near Foster 

Odin George. See Meldrum &, Co. 

Odin John, house 15 South Bennet 

Odin John, jr. physician, 88 Tremont cor. Elliot 

Odiorne (George) & Son (James C), iron and nails, 97 

Milk, house 43 Hancock 
Odiorne Henry B. teller Eagle Bank 
Odiorne John, shoe dealer, iiouse rear 171 Washington 
Odiorne Samuel, housewright. Salutation 
Odiorne Thomas (Russell, 0. &, Co.), h. 34 Boylston 
Odiorne William H. cashier American Bank 
O'Donnel Edward, laborer, Peck lane 
O'Donnel James, tailor, house rear 8 South street place 
O'Donnel Simon, laborer, 104 Purchase 
O'Donnell James, 14 Stillman 



O'Donnell Michael, laborer, rear 673 Washington 

O'Flaherty Thomas J. Rev. h. Frunkliii pi. near Federal 

Ojsrden John T. chaise maker, 24 Friend 

0"Gra,dy John, house Mechanic place 

O'Hara John, laborer, rear of 242 Hanover 

O'Hara Patrick, laborer, house 202 Ann 

O'llarrant John, laborer, 106 t>ea 

O'Haren Bartholomew, laborer, rear 80 Elliot 

O'Heare Nicholas, laborer, opposite 102 Sea 

O'Larey John, house Commercial near Foster 

Oliver Ann, widow, 224 Hanover 

Oliver Benj. L. counsellor. Barristers Hall, h. 730 Wash. 

Oliver Charles W. {Morrill <^ 0.), house 6 Oliver 

Oliver Daniel, clerk, house corner Hayward place 

Oliver Elizabeth, 63 Charter 

Oliver F. H. merchant tailor, 4 Brattle square 

Oliver Francis, oysters, 99 Ann 

Oliver Francis J. Pres. Amer. Ins. Co. h. 5 Chesnut 

Oliver Grace, widow, 6 Oliver 

Oliver Henry H. boatbuilder, Commercial near Foster 

Oliver Henry J. merch. rear Suffolk Bank, h 13 Sheafe 

Oliver Hubbard, tailor, 15 Water, house 7 Oliver 

Oliver John P. shoes, 87 Hanover 

Oliver John, branch pilot, house 123 Purchase 

Oliver Royal, housewright, keeper S. B. O. bridge, h. 

Old Road S. Boston 
Oliver Sam'l W. A. {Shepard, Oliver & Co.), h. rear 

690 Washington 
Oliver Samuel P. teller Market Bank, h. 114 Hanover 
Oliver Susannah, house Battery 
Oliver William, mariner. Salutation 
Oliver Win. B. tinplate worker, 19 Union 
Olney Stephen W. hat store, 29 Wash, house 12 Fleet 
O'Neal Francis, laborer, rear Commercial near Foster 
O'Neal James, laborer. Mechanic — another, r. 149 Broad 
O'Neal James, carpenter. Market place 
O'Neal John, caneworker, rear 409 Washington 
O'Neal Owen, laborer, house Langdon place 
O'Neal Patrick, plate printer, boards 12 Essex place 
O'Neal Patrick, laborer, Market place— another, rear 

409 Washington — do. 1 Wharf 
O'Neal Terence, laborer, house 12 Essex place 
Onthank Curtis, intelligence office, 14 Milk, house rear 

411 Washington 
Oomen Peter J. baker, house rear 3 Lucas place 



Oomond Henry, 81 Charter 

Oomond Robert, painter, rear 66 Charter 

Orcutt Catherine, tailoress, rear 16 Hawkins 

Orcutt Ephraiff), mason, 1 North Russell 

Orcutt J. P. painter, 135 Ann, house !J Clark 

Orcutt Samuel, machinist, house 16 N. Russell 

Orcutt Sarah B. widow of John P., 3 Pond 

Orders Thomas, blacksmith, 3d street 

Ordway Frederick J. housewright, house 16 Myrtle 

Ordvvay Moses, grocer, 89 Cambridge, h. r. 120 Charles 

Orne E. S. rear Ann and Cross 

Orne Joseph T. pianoforte maker, house 10 Avery , 

Orne William, soda room, 30 Brattle, h. 5 Sturgis place 

Orr David, cabinetmaker, house 8 Lucas place 

Orr Robert, housewright, house rear 83 Sea 

Orrok (Jas. L. P.) & Simmons {Thos.), ship chaii. 7 India 

Orsgood Henry A. cabinetmaker, Turnpike 

Osborn Comfort, widow, tailoress, 8 Province 

Osborn Edward H. hairdresser, 21 School, h. Court sq. 

OsborJi E. T., 38 Commercial 

Osborn George, 308 Washington 

Osborn John J. shoemaker, house rear 39 Essex 

Osborn John J. jr. shoemaker, house rear 39 Essex 

Osborn Samuel, ropemaker, op. 34 Elliot 

Osborn Wyman, porter Branch Bank, h. rear Bank 

Osgood Alfred, jr. jeweller, house Gouch 

Osgood Benjamin F. h. Commer. n. Charlestown bridge 

Osgood Charles, portrait painter, 56 Washington 

Osgood David, physician, 7 Winter 

Osgood D. B wheelwright, Merrimac 

Osgood Deborah, 24 Cross 

Osgood G. L. housewright, 70 Friend, house Garden 

O.sgood Hannah, widow, rear 77 Warren 

Osgood Isaac P. counsellor, 5 Court, h. at Exchange 

Osgood Isaac, clothes warehouse, 31 Dock square 

Osgood James H. tailor, house 5 Bridge 

Osgood John B. painter, h. Leveret cor. Leveret lane 

Osgood John, jr. watchmaker, 398 Washington, house 

Wheeler's court 
Osgood J. H. & J. dry goods, 3 Kilby, h. 6 Sullivan pi. 
Osgood L. H. weigher, 17 Central wf h. 7 Wash, place 
Ostinelli Louis, professor of music, house 22 Atkinson 
Ostiom Charles, ivory turner, house Hawkins 
Othemau Edward, Rev. boards Mansion House, Milk 
Otis George A. house 2 Boylston place 


Otis George W., Surveyor General of Lumber, 112 Milk, 

house 28 Chambers 
Otis George W. jr. physician, Court sq. h. 20 Bulfinch 
Otis Harrison G.,42 Beacon 

Otis James A. G. merchant, Otis's vvf. h. 9 Morton place 
Otis Mrs widow of Samuel A., 47 Beacon 
Otis William C, 1 lOFaneuil Hall market, house Cooper 
Otis William F. counsellor, 4 State, house 70 Beacon 
Otis William H. mathemat. instru. maker, 56 Myrtle 
Otterson Joseph D. machinist, rear Second 
Ottignon C. F. sparring school, 190 Washington 
Owen John. See James Munroe & Co. 
Owen Lydia, widow of Benjamin, house 83 Purchase 
Owens Michael, laborer, rear 20 Pleasant 
Owens Owen, laborer, house 6 South street place 
Owens William, laborer, rear 45 Sea 
Owens William, laborer, rear gun house. Fort hill 
Oxford William, boatbuilder. Commercial near Hanover 
Oxnard Henry, merch. 54 Commer. wf. h. Mt. Vernon 
Oxx Lewis, laborer, rear 32 Pleasant 

PACKARD DAVID, clerk, 69 Purchase 

Packard Elijah, machinist, house B street 

Packard Martin, W. L goods, 8 Broad, h. 4 Pinckney 

Packard Otis, upholsterer, liouse Carney place 

Packard Philo F. furniture. Federal n. Milk, b"ds30 Poplar 

Packard Sylvanus, merchant, 14 Central wharf 

Page A. R. See Cov & P. 

Page Ann, widow, house 33 Myrtle 

Page Bela B. mason, house 21 Myrtle 

Page Calvin, mason, house 21 Myrtle 

Page Edward, paper hangings, 182 Wash. h. 24 Tremont 

Page Enoch, cabinetmaker, 91 Merrinjac 

Page George, housewright, rear Broadway 

Page Gilman, mason, house 2 Cedar street court 

Page Jacob, housewright, house Broadway 

Page James Anderson, h-.borer. Sudbury square 

Page Januis, mason, 54 Temple 

Page John, housewrigiit, h. rear Brookline near Suffolk 

Page John A. mason, house 2 Stanifurd place 

Page Joseph, mason, 8 Piedmont 

Page Kilby, paperhangings, 9 Court, h. 24 Somerset 

Page Luther, mason, house 5 Spring street place 

Page Silas W. housewright, house 41 Poplar 

Page Stephen S, laborer, 2 Norfolk place / 


Page Susan, widow, rear 146 Pleasant 
Page T/^iaddeus, Cus. House officer, b'ds Fulton House 
Page Thos. paperhangings, 319 Wash, b'ds 24 Somerset i 
Page Thomas, cordvvainer, 47 Prince '] 

Paige J'ames W. & Co. {JSathan Appleton and James /J 

Mason), domestic gotids, 85 Milk, h. GO Summer 
Paine Charles C. attorney, 'i\) Court, h. 5 Bedford place 
I'aine Elias B. dry goods, 58, h. 5G 1-2 Hanover 
Paine Martha, widow, Carroll place 
Paine Elizabeth, widow, IG Newton place 
Paine James H. 49 Central wharf, h. 16 Newton place 
Paine Johnson, housewright, house Uedham, 
Paine Robert T. counsellor, 17 Court, h. 16 Newton pi. 
Paine Roland G. clerk, h. 21 Hamilton 
Paine Samuel, laborer, h 199 Ann 
Paine Sarah, widow, h. Willow corner Mt. Vernon 
Paine Thomas M. tailor, 8 Franklin avenue 
Paine. See I'ayne 

Pairar Antony, boarding house, 258 Ann 
Palfrey William, house Commercial near Foster 
Palmer A. C. {Proctor, P. & Felt), h. 21 Somerset 
Palmer David, sexton, house 2G Cross 
Palmer Edwin A. printer, house 7 Province 
Palmer Ezra, tailor, 61, house 90 Ann 
Palmer Ezra, jr. physician, 52 Hanover 
Palmer Jeremiah, cordwainer, 94, h. 72 Charles 
Palmer Jerusha, boarding house, IS Franklin place 
Palmer John, tailor, house 17 High 
Palmer John, hatter, house 8 Oliver 
Palmer (J. K.), Jones (fV. H.) & Blake {Geo. jr.), drug- 
gists, 44 Hanover 
Palmer John K. chemist, 173 Tremont, h, 133 Court 
Palmer John R. laborer, rear 200 Wasliington 
Palmar (./. P.) & Wallace {Jerome), boarding, opposite 

head of Lewis's wharf 
Palmer Joseph {Homer 4' P-), house 7 Arch 
Palmoi- Julius A. merchant, 70 State, h. 3 Crescent place 
Palmer Lemuel, plumber, 2 Plymouth place, 
Palmer Lucy, house 14 Slaniford 
Palmer Mary B. dressmaker, 41 Atkinson 
Palmer Sarah & Nancy, mantuamakers, 43 Cambridge 
Palmer Simeon, tailor, 49 Ann, h. 4 Myrtle 
Palmer Thomas, mason, house 3 Staniford place 
Palmer William, caulker and graver, rear 35 f*rince 
Park Amasa C. {Scudder ^ P.), house 16 Pinckney •^ 



'ark John, painter, Spring lane, house 3 Sudbury 

'ark John C. attorney, 11 Court, h. 72 Chambers 

'arU Olis, painter, Friend, liouse Chardon 

'ark Thomas, carver, rear 10 Summer, h. 23 Carver 

Park Thomas B. See Warren <& P. 

Park William, mason, Broadway 

Park William A. painter, house C Butolph 

Parker Abigail, widow, 2 Sudbury 

'arker Anna, widow of FJishop, 25 Bedford 

Parker Aurelius D. counsellor, 20 Court, h. 16 Summer 

Parker Benjamin, housewright. Causeway, h. Derne 

[Parker Benjamin W. lighterman, house Moon 

Parker Charles, housewright, h. 47 Pleasant 

Parker Charles A. clerk S. J. Court, County Court II. 

house 8 Milton place 
Parker Charles H. clerk, house 26 Warren 
Parker Clarissa, widow, nurse, South street place 
Parker Clark, carver, h. Piedmont near Church 
Parker Daniel P. merchant, 61 State, h. 40 Beacon 
Parker David, wharfinger, 14 City wf. h. Distil-h. square 
Parker Eber, blacksmith. Sea, house 46 South 
Parker Edward, painter, house Allen 
Parker Edward W . clerk in Custom House, h. 1 Oak pi. 
Parker Elisha, provisions, 130 Ann, h. 101 Pond 
Parker E. milliner, 272 Washington 
Parker Frances W. widow, 66 Purchase 
Parker Gookin, housewright. Beacon, h. 3 Staniford pi. 
Parker H. D., Treraont restorator, Tudor's build'gs, Court 
Parker Isaac, house 81 Pleasant 
Parker {Isaac) & Blanchard {Jlhraham W.), American 

goods, 74 Water. Parker's house 9 Trernont place 
Parker Isaac H. earthenware, 20 Broad, h. 44 Pinckney 
Parker (James) & Swift (John J.), flour store, 17 Long 

wharf. Parker's house 39 Summer 
Parker John, 20 Long wharf, house 69 Summer 
Parker John, grocer, 10 Prince, house 51 Pond 
Parker John, laborer, 47 Pleasant 
Parker John, house 6 Beacon 
Parker John, jr. 20 Long wharf, h. 139 Tremont 
Parker John B. merchant, 31 Congress, h. 17 Pearl 
Parker John D. 54 Kilby, b"ds at Commercial Coffee H. 
Parker John R. telegraph office, 28 Central wharf, house 

5 Walnut. See advertisement 
Parker Jonas, cordwainer, house opposite 102 Sea 
Parker Jonathan, hardware, 3 Union, h. 22 Thacher 


Parker Joseph W. teamster, house Suffolk near Dover 

Parker Leonard M. house 19 Somerset 

Parker Lucy, boarding, 5 Hayward place 

Parker Luther, house 80 Tremont 

Parker Luseva, confectionary, 556 Washington 

Parker Lydia, Sea, corner Piper's wharf 

Parker Mary, instructress, 127, rear 129 Pleasant 

Parker Mary, widow, boarding, 165 Court 

Parker Matthew S. cashier Suffolk Bank, h. 9 Kneeland 

Parker Miliey L. widow, house 2 Pitts 

Parker Moses, housewright. Beach, house do. 

Parker Nathaniel, truckman, house Short near Essex 

Parker Peter, 20 Long wharf, house 46 Beacon 

Parker Ricii'd G. instruct'r Franklin school, h. 12 Orange 

Parker Sam'l D. counsel. 3 Scollay's build, h. 41 Mt. Vern. 

Parker Samuel H. music store and pianoforte ware house, 

107 Washington, house 3 Hayward place 
Parker Samuel VV. boards 62 Boylston 
Parker Stanton, house 4 La Grange place 
Parker Susannah, widow, 4th street 
Parker Susannah, widow of Jedediah, 7 Unity 
Parker Theodore D. merchant, 48 India wharf 
Parker Thomas L physician, 25 Bedford 
Parker Wallace, house 2 W. Centre 
Parker Wm. & Co. paper store, 116 State, h. 5 Chambers 
Parker William {Stevens, Fisher c^/- Co.), h. Rowe place 
Parker William, W. L goods. Purchase corner Broad 
Parker William, 9 Rowe's wharf, house Wheeler's court 
Parker William, house Lancaster 

Parker Wm. ship'ng broker, 12 Custom-h. st. h. Wash. av. 
Parker William A. house Commercial near Hanover 
Parkinson James, organ builder, h. 4th st. cor. Turnpike 
Parkman Daniel, deputy sheriff, 2 Tudor's buildings, 

house 5 Bowdoin square 
Parkman Francis, Rev. I Green 
Parkman George, physician, 11 Bowdoin 
Parkman Mary B. 43 Mount Vernon 
Parkman Nathaniel, shipwright, Battery 
Parkman Sally, mantuamaker, house 14 Fleet 
Parkman Sarah, widow of Samuel, 5 Bowdoin square 
Parkman Sarah, nurse, 211 Hanover 
Parkman William (J. West & Co.), h. 78 Prince 
Parks Charles, house Williams court 
Parks {Elisha), Blackburn (George) & Co. (J. Stearns), 

American goods, 89 State. Parks's h. 156 Tremont 


Parks John, truckman, Salter place 

Parks (Luther), Wright (John S.) & Co. (E. P. Whitman), 

merchants, 101 State. Parks's house 6 Chesnut 
Parineley Alfred S. laborer, house 1 Leveret 
Parmeley Asaph, baker, south 752 Washington 
Parmenter Horace, W. I. soods, 1, h. 3 Pinckney 
Parmenter Joab G. wheelwright, East, h. 109 Charles 
Parmenter Nancy, instructress, 5 Tremont near Pleasant 
Parmenter William B. dry goods, 365 Wasiiington 
Parris Alexander, architect, 20 Court, h. rear 56 Poplar 
Parshley John S. shoemaker, h. 3d street 
Parrott {Wm. P.) »S6 Hugiies (George), merchants, 30 

Central wharf. Parrott boards 29 High 
Parsons Charles, laborer. Commercial near Foster 
Parsons Charles, captain, Portland 

Parsons Charles C. merch. 68 Long wf h. 2Chauncey pi. 
Parsons Charles T. merchant, 6S Long wf. h. 51 Federal 
Parsons Daniel G. laborer, 11 Fleet 
Parsons Ebenezer, mariner, h. rear 89 Sea 
Parsons Ebenezer {Loring & P.), h. 83 Purchase 
Parsons Edmund, cabinetmaker, h. 23 Cross 
Parsons Edmund, jr. watchmaker, 23 Cross 
Parsons James, pilot, hou.^ie 238 Hanover 
Parsons Joanna, widow, 57 Hancock 
Parsons John, house 314 Ann 
l*arsons Josiah, housewright, h. Bay near Fayette 
Parsons Lemuel, painter, house rear 85 Prince 
Parsons Mary J. and Lucy G. house 76 Federal 
Parsons Nehemiah, pres. Hope Ins. Co. h. 6 La Grange pi. 
Parsons Samuel, dry goods, 20 Central, h. 7 Hartford pi. 
Parsons Sarah K. milliner, 154 Washington 
Parsons Theophilus, counsellor, 4 Court, h. 47 Chesnut 
Parsons Thomas, merchant, 68 Long wf h. 51 Federal 
Parsons Thomas W. physician and dentist, 16 Winter 
Parsons William, merchant, Hancock's wf. h. 2 South 
Parsons William, jr. merchant, Hancock's wf. h. 2 South 
Partridge Adin, clerk, 403 Washington, boards 12 Avery 
Partridge Charles, grocer, 378 Washington, h. 57 Poplar 
Partridge George, W. I. goods, 130 State, h. 36 Milk 
Partridge Mary B. widow, 34 Warren 
Partridge Nathan, laborer, 14 Stillman 
Paitridge Elizabeth, widow, rear 26 Winter 
Paslow John, boards 17 Franklin place 
Passarow Geo. weigh. & guag. 54 Commer. h. 12 Staniford 
Pastrouich Peter, cook, h. rear Broadway 


Patch Abijah (Buttrick & P.), house rear Snowhill 
Patch Barbary, nurse, East rear Et)<>"ine house 
Patrick James, gilder, rear foot of Richtnond 
Patrick James, shipwright, house 6 1-2 Prince 
Pattangall {Muses) & Cutler (John), victuallers, cellar 

Boylston market. P.'s house 417 Washington 
Patten Asa, pianofortemaker, house Gorham place 
Patten David, housewright, house 135, rear 133 Pleasant 
Patten James (Sargent & P.), h.26 Tremont near Wash. 
Patten Jonathan, grocer, Tremont corner Elliot, house 4 

Pleasant street court 
Patten James, house Crescent place 
Patten Thomas, milkman, South Boston heights 
Patten Thomas, soap stone. Chatlestown, h. Crescent pi. 
Patten Thomas, jr. house Crescent place 
Patterson Ann, Cross corner Ann 
Patterson Benjamin, clerk, 84 Hanover 
Patterson Eli, laborer, house rear 10 Tilestoti 
Patterson Enoch, house 9 Chambers 
Patterson Enoch, jr. dry goods, 51 Kilby, h. 57 High 
Patterson Joseph W. (J/lmy, Blahe S^ Co.), b'ds 9 Chamb. 
Patterson Thomas, wharf builder, house High st. place 
Patterson William, mariner, 2 Leveret 
Pattet John, laborer, south 97 Front 
Paty William, captain, house Commercial 
Paul Jacob, 257 Ann 
Paul James, upholsterer, 68 Court 
Paul John, grocer, Carver, h. 2 Tremont s. of Pleasant 
Paul William, cabinetmaker, rear 5 Pleasant 
Paxton James, captain, house Jefferson corner Tremont 
Payne Elias, cordwainer, 8 Water, house do. 
Payne Hannah, boarding house, Fulton 
Payne John, cooper, house South street place 
Payne John T. boarding, 120 Ann 

Payne Nath'l, messenger and keeper. Custom H., h. rear 
Payne Samuel, 87 Faneuil H. market, h. 1 Stillman 
Payne William E. counsellor, 5 Court » 

Payne. See Paine ' 

Payson Alex, paper stainer, Chambers, h. 35 Cambridge 
Payson Betsey, widow, 49 Pond 

Payson John F. 75 Faneuil H. market, h. 10 N. Bennet 
Payson M. P., Barristers hall 

Payson Leonard S. painter, h. Boylston near Tremont 
Payson Relief, widow, N. Federal court 
Payson Ruth, widow, 50 Chesnut 


Payson Samuel, cashier Massachusetts Bank 
Pa)son Samuel, tailor, house 4 Jefferson place 
Payton Edmund, cabinetmaker, liouse 5 Sweetser ct. 
Peabody Augustus, coun. Court c. Trem. h. 52 Bowdoin 
Peabody Eunice, widow, rear 147 Wasiiington 
Peabody Jeremiah, 4 Central wharf, h. 37 High 
Peabody Lilley, widow, 28 Poplar 
Peabody Oliver W. B. house 38 Summer 
Peabody Silence B. tailoress, 11 Federal court 
Peabody William B. housewright, 4 May place 
Peacock George, lampmaker, h. Middlesex near Castle 
Peak .John, Rev., Snowhill 
Peak John, housewright, 33 Chambers 
Peak Philip, sailmaker. Commercial, h C5 Prince 
Peaks Henry, housewright, rear 01) Pond 
Pear Edward, silversmith, h. 11 Soulh Cedar 
Pear Joseph, bookbinder, boards 11 South Cedar 
Pearce Shadrach S. musician, house 1 May place 
Pearce Sam'l, mer. 45 Lon^- wf. h. 22 La Grange pi. 
Pearson David B. house 12 West Second 
Pearson Edward A. broker, 49 State, house 8 Pearl 
Pearson Elizabeth, widow of William, 2 South st. place 
Pearson James, captain, boards 15 Ash 
Pearson {John H.) <Sl Co. (H. B. Humphreij), 44 Com- 
mercial, house 5 Mt. Vernon 
Pearson Jonathan, housewright, house 53 Temple 
Pearson Mary, nurse, 11 Charter 
Pearson Sewall, upholsterer, 591 Washington 
Pearson Simon, blacksmith, 36 Hanover, h. Ivers 
Pearson Thomas & Son {Thomas, jr.), 56 F. H. market 
Pebodie G. F. 86 State 
Feck {Met G.) & Burnham {Willard), dry goods, 54 

Hanover. Peck's house Prince 
Peck Chauncey, porter Globe Bank, h. 9 Allen 
Peck {John M.jr.) &l Wheeler {E. jr.), hats, 09 Wash. 
Peck Oren, 7 Boylston market, house 11 Ash 
Peck T. R. & Co. {Dexter llarloic), hats, 2 Cornhill 
Pedrick John, 3d, 65 Broad 
Peele William, rigger, rear 1-50 Ann 

Peeler David, finding store, 39 Merch. row, h. 90 Salem 
Peeler Henry, house rear South xMargiu 
Peeler J()hn, laborer, 4th street 

Peirce Catharine, widow of Jabez W. h. 6 Wheeler's ct. 
Peirce Charles, mason, 17 Richmond 
Peirce Ephraim, watchman, 4 Essex place 


Peirce George, 92 Faneiiil Hall market 

Peirce {George) & Smith (L. G.), gilders, 6 Washington. 

Peirce's h. Staniford place 
Peirce John, mariner, house 274 Ann 
Peirce John, housewright, Beverly, h. 9 Salem place 
Peirce Jonathan {Hosea <^ P.), h. 17 Atkinson 
Peirce Joseph N. coachpaint.68 Boylston, h. 39 Fayette 
Peirce Josiah & Co. {D. Bingham)^ leather, 24 Broa4,L 

house 15 Hay ward place ' | 

Peirce Mary, widow, rear 88 Warren 
Peirce Newton R. house 11 Myrtle 
Peirce Oliver {Foster &. P.), h. South st. court 
Peirce Richard, hoarding house, 43 Hanover 
Peirce Sarah D. dressmaker, 21 Leveret, h. 8 N. Centre 
Peirce Silas & Co. {Thomas Hall and H. P. Cushing), 

W. I. goods, Elm 
Peirce Susannah, widow, 11 Myrtle j 

Peirce Tho's J. blacksmith, h. and shop Suffolk c. Dover- 
Peirce Thomas J. truckman, house 10 Oliver 
Peirce William, bookseller, 9 Cornhill, h. 11 Myrtle 
Peirce. See Pierce 
Peirson {G. W.) & Rowland {David S.), druggists, 188 

Washington. Peirson boards 6 South Cedar 
Pel by William, Staniford 

Pelletier James A., French teacher, h. 276 Washington 
Pelham Sally, widow, rear 142 Pleasant 
Pelham Sally, dressmaker, rear 142 Pleasant 
Pelouze Edward, house Garden ct. street 
Pelton Oliver, engraver, 9 State, h. 8 Southae 
Pemberton M. E. R. R. school, 388 Washington, house 

5 Hayward place 
Pemberton W. W. 27 State, boards 5 Hayward pi. 
Pendar Philip, laborer, 5 Lucas place 
Penfield Benjamin, truckman, house 75 Elliot 
Pendleton Mary, widow, rear 704 Washington 
Pendleton Wm'. S. copper. & lithog. printer, 208 Wash. 

Penniman , widow, Middlesex near Castle 

Ponniman Alanson P. 5 Central wf h. rear Broadway 
Penniman Amos, housewrighl, South Russell 
Penniman Atherton T. housewright, 16 North Russell 
Penniman Edward L. (£. Clarke ^ Co.), h. 120Tremont 
Penniman Henry. See Sweetser & P. 
Penniman John A. {Lewis &, P.), h. 8 Ballard place 
Pentland Clement N. painter, corner 5th and D streets 
Pentland Lucretia B. dressmaker, 50 Orange 


Pentland Thankful, widow, house 50 Orange 

Pepper Benjamin, Clark 

Pepper Dorothy, widow of Matthew, S. Cedar n. Church 

Pepper John, blacksmitli, house 15 Essex 

Perkins Aaron, collector, house Spring st. place 

Perkins Abraham B. teamster. Front near Castle 

Perkins Alfred, wood wharf, Haverhill, h. 59 Pond 

Perkins Benjamin, rear 59 Ann 

Perkins (Benj.), Marvin (T. R.) & Co. (J. K. Whipple), 

booksellers, 114 Wash. P.'s h. 17 La Grange place 
Perkins Edward, h. 2 High street place 
Perkins Ezra, cooper, rear 773 Washington 
Perkins Henry G. clerk, h. 5 Bradford place 
Perkins John, furniture, Washing, corner Elliot, h. do. 
Perkins John, housewright, Salutation 
Perkins Jonathan, 160 Ann 
Perkins Margaret, boarding house, 46 Federal 
Perkins Martha L. widow, 6 Oak 
Perkins Mary, widow, boarding, 8 Hanover court 
Perkins Mary, widow of John S. house 8 Leveret 
Perkins Nabby B. widow, 48 Tremont 
Perkins Oliver L. house 54 Friend 
Perkins Patrick, blacksmith, h. 123 Broad 
Perkins Richard (Cutter ^ P.), h. 48 Tremont 
Perkins Robert, machinist. Pond st. place 
Perkins Sam'l, treas. N. E. floor cloth comp. 164 Wash. 
Perkins Samuel G. Pres. Suffolk Ins. Co. h. 2 High 
Perkins Samuel S. (Emery & P.), house 81 Warren 
Perkins Sarah, widow of James, house 14 Pearl 
Perkins Stephen H. (Thioing &. P.), h. 35 Chesnut 
Perkins Thomas, h. 14 Mt. Vernon 
Perkins & Co. (Thos. H. Perkins, Sain'l Cabot ^ T. G. 

Cary), merchants, 52 Central wharf 
Perkins Thomas H. merchant, h. Temple place 
Perkins Thomas H. jr. house 1 Joy place 
Perkins William, grocer, 183 Ann 
Perkins William. See R. G. Shaw & Co. 
Perkins W. C. wharfinger, Bariiett's w'f, h. Henchman I. 
Peyley Nath'l, dry g'ds,227 & 293 Wash, b'ds 5 Brat. sq. 
Perrin Augustus, 03 Broad, house 22 Charles 
Perrin George W. dry goods, 2 Washington 
Perrin Noah, jr. See E. Clark & Co. 
Perrin (Payson) & Ellis (Jonathan, jr.), iron dealers, 10 

India wharf. P.'s house 22 Tremont near Wash. 
Perrin Sebastien, basket wareh. 20 Dock sq. h. 28 Stillm. 



Perry Catherine, widow, Bartlett 

Perry Cephas, engineer, 4th street 

Perry Charles, clerk, house 12 Myrtle 

Perry Charles II. shoes, 83 Court, h. 4 Staniford place 

Perry Edward W. bar room, Bromfield, h. r. 344 Wash. 

Perry Elizabeth, tailoress, 28 Salem 

Perry Enoch W. gratemaUer, G2 Congress, h. 33 Salem 

Perry Henry, gratemaker, house rear 98 Warren 

Perry Isaac, shoe dealer, 131, house 129 Court 

Perry John, painter, house G55 Washington 

Perry John B. ropemaker, South Russell 

Perry Lyman, 10 S, Market, h. 2 Staniford place 

Perry Marshall S. physician, 467 Washington 

Perry Mary, boarding house, 7 Province House ct. 

Perry Mary H. opposite 79 Pleasant 

Perry Nathan F. housewright, Snowhill 

Perry Nathaniel, cabinet maker, 401 Washington 

Perry Orves B. {Merriavi ^ P.), h. 30 Washington pi. 

Perry Peter, stonecutter, house 4th street 

Perry Rufus, laborer, Salutation 

Perry Salmon, house 14 Leveret 

Perry Wm. & Co. grate manu. School, h. 15 Prov. H. ct. 

Perry William, handcartman, h. rear 27 Williams 

Peters Abigail, widow, 4 Oliver place 

Peters Edward D. mer. 12 Central w'f, h. 12 Rowe pi. 

Peters (John), Pond (Sabm) <& Co. (John L. Din:mock), 

mer. Broad opposite Arch wf. P.'s h. 3 Wash. pi. 
Peters John, stoves, 188 Tremont, h. opposite 14 Oak 
Peters John, jr. clerk, h. 3 Washington place 
Peters John, rigger, house 14 Bedford 
Peterson Betsy, milliner, 61, house 55 Court 
Peterson Henry, house Butolph 
Peterson Henry, captain, house 98 Purchase 
Peterson John, house 6 Bridge 
Peterson Loring, housewright, South 
Peterson Lucas, rigger, Bartlett 
Peterson (Lucy A. H.) &, Mcintosh (L. F.), dry goods, 

149 Court 
Peterson William, laborer, rear 9 South Bennet 
Pettingill Betsy H. dry goods, Hancock corner Myrtle 
Pettingill Charles, housewright, rear 145 Ann 
Pettingill Samuel, 5 Henchman lane 
Pettegrew James, laborer, 4 Barrett 
Pettes E. P. jewelry and fancy goods, 226 Washington 
Pettes Henry, French goods, 224 Washington 


Pettes Horace, sexton, rear 170 Hanover ' 

Pettes Samuel, house Jackson place 

Pettis James B. innholder, Sea, near Free bridge 

Petty Leonard, handcartman, boards 34 Federal 

Peverelly Mary, confect. 17S Wash. h. 6 Ballard place 

Peyton W'rn H. shipping office, 12 Cus.-h. st. h. 3d St. 

PfafF Charles, sausage maker, 761 Washington 

Phalan Francis, laborer, rear Blackstone 

Phalen John, mariner, house 2 Humphrey place 

Phearson Mary, widow, Knox 

Phelan John, grocery, 88 Broad 

Phelps Abel, 2 Market square 

Phelps Abner, physician, 49 Congress 

Phelps Elihu, teamster, house Travers 

Phelps Elizabeth, widow, house 19 Poplar 

Phelps John B. cordwainer, 340 Wash. h. 20 Avery 

Phelps John W. truss manuf. 388 Wash, b'ds Lafayette 

hotel. See advertisement 
Phelps William, teamster, house Castle near Middlesex 
Philbrook George C. paper hanger, house 23 Hancock 
Philbrook iMary, opposite 98 Sea 
Philibrook Charles P. house 14 North Russell 
Phillebrown Charlotte, widow, rear Pitts 
Phillips Benjamin C. house 59 Leveret 
I'hillips Betsey, Williams court 

Phillips Edwin, upholsterer, 51 Cornhill, house 7 Vine 
Phillips G. W. attorney, 11 Court, h. 12 Beacon 
Phillips James, Sec. to Ov. of Poor, Fan, H. h. 2 Carver 
Phillips James B. housewright, h. 95 Warren 
Phillips Jane, widow, rear 83 Pond 

Phillips John A. (Burchsted, LeaviM S^ Co.),h. ll9Purch. 
Phillips John L. painter, 557 Washington, h. 43 Warren 
Phillips Joseph D. laborer, Middlesex near Castle 
Phillips Mary, widow of Horace, h. 37 South Russell 
Phillips M., French goods, 70 State 
Phillips M. & M. lace store, 277 Wash. h. 1 Suffolk pL 
Phillips Owen, laborer, 29 Sea 
Phillips Patrick, laborer, rear Broadway 
Phillips Samuel, house 6 Hollis 

Phillips (Sam.M.) & Moseley (F.),iron deal. 66 Broad 
Phillips Samuel AT. house 144 Pleasant 
Phillips Stephen, Elliot near Tremont 
Phillips Thomas W. clerk Mun. Ct. house G6 Chesnut 
Phillips Turner, house 59 Leveret 
Phillips Wendell, attorney, 11 Court, h. 12 BeacoQ 


Phillips Willard, counsellor, 21 State 

Phillips William, clerk, house Elliot n. Tremont 

Phillips William W. cabinetmaker, h. 6 Boylston square 

Phinney Catherine, rear Centre 

Phinney Elizabeth, library, Broadway 

Phinney Josiah B. See J. Kent & Co, 

Phinney Timothy, house 8 Ballard place 

Phippen George, haircutter. Cross, h. 30 Washington pi. 

Phipps (£. G.) & Watkins (^.jr.), dry goods, 56 Han- 
over, Phipps's h. G Howard 

Phipps George W. mariner, 114 Sea 

Phipps Richard W. mariner, rear 110 Sea 

Phipps Tho's G. dry g'ds, 295 Washing, h. Leveret ct. 

Phipps William & Samuel, dry goods, 77 Kilby 

Phyfe William, house 18 Merrimac 

Pickance William, printer, h. 6 Atkinson 

l*ickard Sarah C. boarding house, Norfolk avenue 

Pickard Susan, Commercial near Ann 

Pickard William C. hairdresser, Merrimac cor. Market 

Pickens (Jajnes) & Littlehale {Sargent S.), merchants, 
7 S. Market. Pickens's h. 42 Bowdoin 

Pickering Edward, counsellor, 20 Court, h. 18 Pearl 

Pickering Daniel, cabinetmaker, boards 105 Front 

Pickering John, counsellor, 9 State, house 74 Beacon 

Pickering John, jr. 9 State, h. 74 Beacon 

Pickering Octavius, rep. des. S. Ct. 20 Court, h. 18 Pearl 

Pickman Hannah, widow of Benj. T. h. 5 Mt. Vernon pi. 

Pidgin Ann, widow, rear 16 South Bennet 

Pierce Abraham, laborer, house rear 12 N. Russell 

Pierce {Mijah H.) & Goodnow {John), W. I. goods, 29 
and 30 S. Market. P.'s house 18 Sudbury 

Pierce Amasa, laborer, Garden 

Pierce Amasa {Whitney, Brown & Co.), h. 68 Pleasant 

Pierce Betsey, widow, B street 

Pierce Franklin, innkeeper, Tremont corner Canton 

Pierce {Isaac) & Daniels {John), oysters, 204 Tremont 

Pierce Jacob W. jr. 19 Kilby 

Pierce James, constable, house 8 Hawkins 

Pierce John, optician, 162 Washington, h. 11 Sturgis pL 

Pierce John, mariner, rear 97 Salem 

Pierce John, hackman, rear 235 Washington 

Pierce Jonathan, furniture, 21 Cornhill, h. 68 Pleasant 

Pierce Jonathan, laborer, rear 47 Sea 

Pierce J. V. See Janes & P. 

Pierce Joshua M. {Everett & P.), house Pitts court 


Pierce Joshua Y. oysters, Congress near Milk 

Pierce Josiah, mason, 16 Tileston 

Pierce Luther B. laborer, 22 Bridge 

Pierce Lydia R. widow, house 71 Temple 

Tierce Nancy, widow of Isaac, h. rear J85 Hanover 

Pierce Otis, instructer, Franklin school 

Pierce Parker H. President U. S. Ins. Co. h. 8 Staniford 

Pierce Rachael, widow, rear 253 Washington 

Pierce Samuel B. & Co. {T. J. Homer & A. French)^ 

crockeryware, 14 Union. P.'s house 38 Essex 
Pierce Samuel S. {Worcester & P.), boards 36 Hanover 
Pierce Sarah K. dressmaker. Berry 
Pierce Stephen H. housewright, h. 3d street 
Pierce Stephen A. & Win. G. crockery, 370 Washington. 

S. A. P.'s house 103 Front 
Pierce Stiliman, housewrigiit, Haverhill, h, 9 Salem pi. 
Pierce Thomas, house Hanover avenue 
Pierce William, hairdresser, 5 Marshall 
Pierce William, clerk, house Hull 
Pierce William G. house 13 Orange 
Pierce William T. laborer, Unity 
Pierce. See I'eircc 

Pierpont Charles H. land office 21 State, h. 8 Somerset pi. 
Pierpont John, Rev. opposite 25 Essex 
Pigeon Henry (AUen, P. & Pool), h. Com. n. Railway 
Pigott M. painter, 2!J4 Ann 
Pigott Phebe, boarding house, 206 Ann 
Pike Benjamin, housewright, rear 2d street 
Pike Charles, baker, George 
Pike Chase, laborer, rear 600 Washington 
Pike Ebenezer, stabler, Merrimac corner Union 
Pike Elias, teamster, h. 18 South Bennet 
Pike Ezekiel W. housewright, Lancaster, h- 62 Temple 
Pike Hugh, blacksmith, h. rear 57 Elliot 
Pike Jacob, housew/ight, Turnpike, h. Broadway 
Pike James, painter, Marlboro' pi. h. 12 Short 
Pike John, ropemaker, 38 Carver 
Pike John K. housewright, house B street 
Pike Jonathan, baker. Poplar rear Spring 
Pike Levi, housewright, rear Broadway 
Pike Moses, cooper, house Lime alley 
Pike Moses, distiller, house 3 I'itts place 
Pike Rebecca, widow, house rear 66 Warren 
Pike Thomas, hatter, rear 559 Wash. h. rear 66 Warren 
Pike William, baker, 104 Cambridge 


Pilsbury John C. mason, house Wheeler's court 

Pilsbury Moses H. mason, house Knox 

Pilsbury Sarah F. boarding, Pitts 

Pindar John, 31 Fayette 

Pine John, housewright, h. Bedford cor. Columbia 

Pinkham Calvin, clerk, boards 134 Purchase 

Piper George C. (Sweet S/- P.), house 21 Charter 

Piper Moses, rear 61 Charter 

Piper Nathaniel G. machinist, house 44 Merrimac 

Piper Solomon & Co. (P. Brigham), wood wharf, 30, 

house 11 Sea 
Piper Stephen H. clerk, boards 1 Berry 
Piper Timothy, boarding, Hanover court 
Piquet A. F., French Vice Consul, 9 Atkinson 
Piquot Eliza, nurse, rear 52 Essex 
Pitman Benjamin, merchant, 51 Charter 
Pitman Daniel, stevedore, opposite 145 I'urchase 
Pitman Ezekiel, jr. tailor, 40 Congress, h. 4 Hartford pi. 
Pitman John H. cooper, Blackstone, h. 59 Charter 
Pitman Mary, tailoress, 20 Avery 
Pitman Nathaniel, labprer, rear 4th street 
Pitman Thomas S. baker, 42 Salem 
Pittee David, mason, rear 96 Purchase 
Pittee James, laborer, rear 110 Sea 
Pitts Rebecca, widow, 123 Pleasant 
Pitts Samuel, clothing, 183 Ann 
Pitts Sarah, widow, house 49 Allen 
Pitts Sarah, tailoress, Mechanic 
Pitts Thomas, inspector customs. Custom House 
Pitts Walter, grocer. Causeway corner Haverhill 
Pitts William, farrier, h. rear 67 Elliot 
Place John B. {Allen & P.), h. opposite 5 Vine 
Place Stephen M. truckman, h. 134 Purchase 
Plaisted David, teamster, 606 Washington 
Platts Silas, laborer, 10 Marshall 

IMimpton Horace, dry g'ds, 391 Wash, b'ds Lamb Tavern 
Plimpton Job, organ builder, h. 534 Washington 
Plimpton Julia, milliner, 420 Washington 
Plenty Mary, 224 Ann 

Plumer Avery {Robinson ^ P.), h. 28 Somerset 
Plumley George, mariner. Battery 
Plumley John, clothes, 92, house 72 Ann 
Plummer Enoch, laborer, h. 109 Chambers 
Plummer Farnham, druggist, 118 State, h. Pemberton hill 
plummer Roswell {Raymond ^ P.), h. 3 Brattle square 


Plummer Jonathan, housewright, h. 5 Blossom court 
Plympton Emmons, 60 F. H. 'market, h. 10 Pitts 
Plympton Henry, balance fac. Theatre al. h. 43 Atkinson 
Plympton Nath'l, wine store, 25 State, h. 65 Hancock 
Poland Alexander R. mariner, C street 
Polk William, handcartman, house 20 Lincoln 
Pollard Aaron, boarding house, Sears's buildings, Elm 
Pollard Abner VV. clothing, 34 Merch'ts row, h. 4 Centre 
I'oUard Jeffrey A. paperhanger, 10 Lucas place 
Pollard Joseph, house 101 VVashington 
Pollard Joshua H. grocer, Pitts corner Merrimac 
Pollard (Merrick R.) & Barry {Henry), hats. 50 Wash. 

Pollard's house 16 Province House court 
l*ollard Sophia, widow, 7 Prince 
Pollard Thomas, engineer, 138 Cambridge, h. Milk 
Pollard Thomas. See Darling & P. 
Pollock Allan, philos. inst. maker, 52 Federal, h. Berry 
Pollock George, dry goods, 24 Kilby, h. 3 Fruit 
Pollork George B. merchant, house Berry 
Pollock James, cordwainer, May 
Pollock Madeline, instructress, 5 Tremont n. Pleasant 
Pollock Robert, cordwainer, S. Russell cor. Myrtle 
Pomeroy William, laborer, rear Lenox 
Pomroy Clarissa, house 47 Temple 
Pomroy Hannah, widow, Castle near Middlesex 
Pomroy Lydia, widow, house 13 Blossom 
Pomroy Margaret, widow, h. rear 9 W. Centre 
Pomroy Samuel, comb carver, house 13 Blossom 
Pomroy Sophia, tailoress, 9 Piedmont 
Pond Althina, boarding house, 473 Washington 
Pond Calvin, truckman. Commercial near Foster 
Pond James M. blacksmith, 23 Water, h. r. 2 Province 
Pond Moses & Co. {John Speyicc), tinplate workers, 30 

Merchants row, house 68 Salem 
Pond Sabin {Peters, Pond & Co.), house 11 McLean 
Pook Sarah, furs, house Garden court street 
Pool Benjamin C. {Jllien, Pigeon iSi P.), h. Bartlett 
Pool Frederick, philosoph. inst. 8 Congress sq. h. Province 
Pool Galen, grocer, 4ih street 
Pool Lot, surveyor of work, 79 Pinckney 
Pool Martha, widow, 672 Washington 
Pool William, stevedore, Bartlett 
Pool William K. moulder, h. 4th street 
Poor Benj. propri. Rockbot'm fact'ry,8 Water, h. 4 Allen 
Poor Henry {Barjley, P. ^ Richardson), h. 12 Hay w'rd pL 


I'oor Henry, carpenter, house 60 Elliot 

Poor Isaac &. Son (John), painters, 8 Marshall, house 

217 Hanover 
Poor Nathaniel C. clerk, h. 1 Garden court street 
Pope Lemuel, President Boston Ins. Cctmpany, h. Derne 
Pope Micajah, farmer, South Boston Heights 
Pope Otis, stage driver, house rear 5 Mason 
Pope Paschal P. India wharf, boards 10 South 
Pope Thomas, housewright, h. Mechanic place 
Porter Abraham, housewright, Merrimac 
Porter Benjamin G. stage agent, 7 Elm 
Porter Betsey, milliner, 1 1-2 W^est 
Porter Catherine, tailoress, 150 Pleasant 
Porter Catherine, house Battery 
Porter Charles, mariner, 7 Sweetser court 
Porter Charles H. 234 Hanover 
Porter David, house Piedmont corner Church 
Porter Edward P. hats, Dock square, h. 12 Bowdoin 
Porter Eunice, 10 Fayette 
Porter George, mariner, 7 Sweetser court 
Porter Isaac, physician, 114 Hanover 
Porter John, blacksmith, house 90 Chambers 
Porter Mary, widow, 56 Pleasant 
Porter Mary S. 234 Hanover 
Porter Noah, mason, house 60 Pleasant 
Porter Noah, jr. mason, house 33 Fayette 
Porter T, J. house 1 Noyes place 

Porter Royal L., Ed. Amer. Trav. 63 Court, h. 20 McLean 
Porter Thankful, widow, 15 Hawkins 
Porter Thomas J. mason, house 60 Pleasant 
Porter William, mason, 6 Blossom court 
Porter William S., N. E. Spectator, office 3 Cornhill 
Porter W. S. cooper, house rear 5 Foster 
Portington Roger, cabinetmaker, 441 Wash. h. 8 Elliot 
Potter Alice, widow, 4 Distil-house square 
Potter {Henrrj) & Leiand (Thomas J.), provisions, 5 

Boylston market 
Potter Jotham, housewright, h. Commercial n. Charter 
Potter Moses. See Hastings & P. 
Potter William, laborer, h. Pinckney lane n. Pinckney 
Potter William, upholsterer, house 41 Charter 
Powars Daniel E. 12 Tileston 
Powars Eli, teamster, Clark 
Powars Eliza, milliner, 197 Washington 
Powars Levi, house 63 W^arren 


Powars Mar}-, widow of Maurice, rear 83 Sea 

Powars Thomas, laborer, house rear 110 Broad 

Powell Elizabeth, widow of Snelling, 22 Atkinson 

Powell John, laborer, south of 97 Front 

Powell John, f!;rocer, 146 Ann 

Powell John T. clerk, house 10 Pleasant street court 

Powell J(jseph, house 26 E^.elknap 

Powell Robert H. machinist, house rear 5 Pleasant 

Powell Snelling, clerk, 34 Cornhill, h. 51 Poplar 

Powell William, laborer, Centre 

Power Jatnes, 144 Ann 

Power Thomas, clerk Police Court, h. 8 Barton 

Powers Edward, laborer, rear 145 Broad 

Powers Edward, 310 Ann 

Powers Eliza, tailoress, 7 Temple 

Powers Eliza, upholstress, Essex corner Columbia 

Powers Hannah, widow, house South street court 

Powers Herman {Hills S^ P.), b'ds at Kilburns Coffee H. 

Powers James, painter, rear 67 Elliot 

Powers James, laborer, south of 97 Front 

Powers James, laborer, Creek square 

Powers Joel, 16 Long wharf, boards 69 Sea 

Powers Mary, widow of Johrj, h. Fayette near Jefferson 

Powers Nicholas, laborer, 11 Pitts 

Powers Patrick, blacksmith. Broad opposite Maine wf. 

Powers Susan, widow, rear 253 Washington 

Powers Thomas, cordwainer. Milk near Pearl, h. do. 

Powers William P. trader, Southac n. Grove, h. Moon 

Pratt Alexander F. 21 Central, boards 101 Washington 

Pratt Esther, Clark alley 

Pratt Asa, captain, 74 Pleasant 

Pratt Caroline, widow, house 9 Bridge 

Pratt Caleb, housewright, house 120 Sea 

Pratt Caleb, housewright, Commercial, h. 60 Charter 

Pratt Caleb L. housewright, house 12 Purchase 

Pratt Charles, mason, house Pinckney lane 

Pratt (Caleb S.) & Nottage (Samuel C), housewrights, 

Haveiliill cor. Causeway. P.'s h. 3 Myrtle court 
Pratt Cyrus, house 9 South Kussell 
Pratt Daniel E. stable, rear of Kilburn's, Howard 
Pralt (David) & Stevens (A. L. jr.), sail loft, 80 Coram. 
Pratt Dorcas, widow, Fayette near Jefferson 
Pratt Ebenezer, housewright, house 7 Second 
Pratt (Eleazer F.) & King (Edward), druggists, 28 In- 
dia. Pratt's h. Salem corner Sheafe 


Pratt Eleazer (Wilkinson »fc P.), h. Salem cor. Sheafe 

Pratt Ezra, rear 83 Pond 

Pratt George (Jokn P. & Son), h. 7 Hamilton place 

Pratt George VV., 86 State, h. 8 Mount Vernon 

Pratt Henry C. portrait painter. Summer 

Pratt Jabez, 17 Salem place 

Pratt Josiah, liousewriglit, house 12 Purchase 

Pratt (Jairus) & Gushing (Sam'l JV.), railway, Commer. 

Pratt Jairus, house 19 Charter 

Pratt John & Son (George), merchants, 19 India wharf, 

house Pearl corner High 
Pratt (John, jr.) & Davis (JoAw), cabinetmakers, 73 Com- 
mercial. Pratt's house 6 Unity 
Pratt Jonathan E. clerk, 23 Allen 
Pratt Joseph, mason, Middlesex near Castle 
Pratt Lowell, iron founder, 4th street 
Pratt Mary, nurse, at Mrs. Whitney's, 35 Cambridge 
Pratt Minor, printer, 19 Water, h. 143 Pleasant 
Pratt Nathan. See Putnam & P. 
Pratt Obed, housewright, Merrimac , 

Pratt Samuel, mason, rear 38 Charter 
Pratt (Sam. H.) & Dodge (Gilman), liv. stable, 71 Milk 
Pratt Samuel H. house 4 tiartford place 
Pratt Sarah, tailoress. Leveret court 
Pratt Sarah T. widow, house 123 Charles 
Pratt Thomas, laborer, 3 Henchman lane 
Pratt Thomas, housewright, house 60 Charter 
Pratt William, merchant, house 26 Summer 
Pray Benjamin, dry goods, 64 Cambridge 
Pray Delia, widow, house 30 Poplar 
Pray Isaac C. (IVuterston, P. & Co.), h, 40 Purchase 
Pray Isaac C. jr. edit. B. ]»earl, 19 Water, h. 40 Purchase 
Pray John F. shoes, 103 Washington, h. 23 Blossom 
Pray John H., English goods, 48 Wash. h. 51 Belknap 
Pray Joseph C. stable and house 4th street 
Pray Lewis G. shoes, 155 Washington, h. 39 Allen 
Pray William M. bookkeeper N. Bank, h. 3 N. Brighton 
Prentice Win. H. «fe Son (G. IV.), wood wharf and coal, 

Broad rear 43 Purchase, house 71 Sea 
Prentice W. H. jr. mariner, house rear 8 East 
Prentiss Henry, umbrellamaker, 52 Court, h. 11 Prov. 

House court 
Prentiss Henry J. printer, boards 2 Madison place 
Prentiss Margaret, widow of Isaac, South street court 
Prentiss Sarah, nurse, Essex cor. Oliver place 


Prenty Peter, laborer, 2d street 
Prescott Abii^ail, widow, house Derne cor. Hancock 
Prescott Benjamin T. physician, Portland cor. Hanover 
Prescoti {Daniel) & Chapia (David), wood and coal 

wharf, 36 Front 
Prescott Daniel, house 1 Plymouth place 
Prescott Edvv. wood & coal. Front, h. Tremont c. Jeffer. 
Prescott (Edward G.) &, Derby (E. Hersy), counsellors, 

16 Court 
Prescott Elisha, 39 Prince 

Prescott Elizabeth O widow, house 8 Newton place 
Prescott H. school, Bedford near Washington 
Prescott Harrison (J. P. ^' Sons), house Broadway 
Prescott Isaac, laborer, BuuTstei^d court 
Prescott Jerome. See J. Prescott & Sons 
Prescott Jonathan «fe Sons (Jerome and Harrison), fur- 
riers, 1 S. side Faneuil Hall 
Prescott Owen, fruit, 61 Charter 

Prescott Samuel J. notary, office 8 Boylston Hall, up stairs 
Prescott William, counsellor, 16 Court, h. 22 Bedford 
Prescott William H. house 22 Bedford 
Prescott William, house Commercial op. Little's wharf 
Preston Alonzo F. jeweller, over 153 Washington, house 

2 Williams 
Preston (Elisha) & Thayer (Nathaniel, jr.), W. I. goods, 

6 Long wharf 
Preston John, President South Bank, and Sec'ry Ocean 

Insurance Company, h. 136 Tremont 
Preston John A. clerk, 140 Washington, h. 2 Williams 
Preston Jonathan, mason, house 10 Short i 
Preston Joshua P. apothecary, 70 Federal, h. 2 Williams 
Preston Sarah A. milliner, 2 Williams 
Preston Simon, cooper, house tear 505 Washington 
Preusch Frederick, baker, 102 Tremont ' 
Price Abraham, laborer, rear 3d street 
Price Fitzjames, house 660 Washington 
Price Henry, house Castle opposite Suffolk 
Price Mary, widow, house 660 Washington 
Price Rebecca, widow, opposite 79 Pleasant 
Priest Franklin (Miller, Shelton S/- Co.), h. B street 
Priest Hannah, widow. Sea near the bridge 
Priest Joel, 116 State, house 29 Chambers 
Priest John F. iron and steel, II India, h. 22 Winter 
Priest Joseph, house 62 Temple 
Priest Stilman G. house 6 Acorn 


Prince Agnes, widow of James, h. 23 Chambers 
Prince Charles A. (Ballard Si. P.) h. 7 Waverley place 
Prince Hannah, confectioner, opposite 79 Pleasant 
Prince Hezekiuh, stucco worker, 58 Cambridge, h. 2 

W. Second 
Prince James, house Beacon c. Somerset 
Prince Joseph B. dry goods, 11 Hanover 
Prince John T. clerk Custom House, h. 49 Belknap 
Prince Joseph, mason, house rear 75 Elliot 
Prince Michael, laborer, Wheeler's court 
Prince Nathan, mason, house 93 Front 
Prince {N'atliL S.) & Dillaway (Francis), housewrights, 

Theatre alley. Prince's house 48 South 
Prince Sam. sailmak. 22 India wf. h. Commer. n. Hanov. 
Prince Wm. G. (Geo. H. Gray & Co.), h. 23 Chambers 
Prociders John, coppersmith, 17 Garden 
Proctor Amos, machinist, Haverhill, h. 4 N. Bennet 
Proctor Eben. housewright, Commer. op. Sargent's wf. 
Proctor Eliza, widow, house rear 101 Tremont 
Proctor George B. hats, 357 Wash. h. rear 101 Tremont 
Proctor (John C), Palmer (A. C.) & Felt (0. S.), hard- 
ware, 19 Merchants row. P.'s h. 50 Bowdoin 
Proctor John P. shipwright, 3 Moon 
Proctor Mary, widow, 43 Fayette 
Proctor N. B. tailor, Unity 

Proctor Uriah, stable, 30 Hanover, h. 100 Court 
Pronk Edwin, druggist, 593 Washington cor. Pleasant 
Pronk John N. D. V. physician, 51 Pleasant 
Prouty (David ^ Lorenzo) & Mears (John), ploughs and 

iron, 12 Commercial. L.'s h. 34 Milk. See adv. 
Prouty Elizabeth, widow of Joel, h. 2 Jefferson place 
Prouty Geo. B. h Exchange Coffee House 
Prouty John, 5 Unity court 

Pruden Israel R. cooper, 31 Com. wf h. 3 1-2 S. Margin 
Puffer Aaron, pianoforte maker, h. 123 Pleasant 
Puffer Joseph, handcartman. Lime alley 
Puffer Mary C. widow of Redman, Knox 
Pulsifer David, 77 F. H. market, h. 213 Hanover 
Pulsifer J. F. boarding, 1 Suffolk place 
Pulsifer Thomas P. (Steai^ns &. P.), house 6 Sheafe 
Purbeck William, painter, house 23 Myrtle 
Purdy Edward C. printer, h. 5 Haymarkot place 
Purkitt Henry, India cor. Milk, h. South street court 
Putnam Charles G. physician, house 9 Winter 
Putnam David, truckman, 8 Long wf h 16 W. Second 


Putnam Hiram, truckman, Thacher street court 

Putnam Jesse, h. 3 Tremont place 

Putnam John, printer, 43 Washington, h. 39 Boylston 

Putnam John C. boards 8 Pearl 

Putnam Jolm P., 40 State, house 10 Essex 

Putnam {John I.) & Pratt {Nathan), merchants, 36 Cen- 
tral wharf. Putnam's 1). 56 Mt. Vernon 

Putnam Mary, milliner, 236 Washington 

Putnam Mason, bookbinder, 47 Wash. h. 14 Chambers 

Putnam Samuel, J. S. J. Court, h. 10 Essex 

Putnam Samuel R. merchant, 40 State, h. 4 W^inthroppl. 

Putnam Thomas C. grocery, 41 Leveret, h. 2 Milton 

Putney {Leonard) & James {Geo.), W. I. goods, cor. 
Warren and Tremont, house 130 Pleasant 

Pynchon James L. dry goods, 93 Water 

aUlGLEY DANIEL, Mechanic 
Quigley James, furniture, cor. Milk and Federal 
Quigley Martin, laborer, 60 Purchase 
Quigley John, cabinetmaker, h. Theatre alley near Milk 
Quigley Joseph, laborer, rear 57 Elliot 
Quigley Patrick, laborer, rear Broadway 
Quimby Amos, bookseller, house Vine 
Quinby Dyer, cooper, rear 312 Ann 

Quincy Abraham, chaise and harness maker, op. 20 East 
Quincy Abigail A. widow of John W. h. Essex court 
Quincy Edmund, attorney, 27 State, h. 49 Beacon 
Quincy Edmund, brassfounder, 9 1-2 Suffolk place 
Quincy Josiah, jr. counsellor, 27 State, h. 1 Hamilton pi. 
Quincy Samuel, captain, 13 Purchase 
Quincy Thomas D. merch. 21 Commercial, h. Essex ct. 
Quinland John, laborer, 75 Sea 
Quinless Mary, widow, h. Tremont cor. Warren 
Quinn Edmund, blacksmith, rear 160 Ann 
Quinn Jerry, laborer, lear 74 Purchase 
Quinn John, laborer, Province 
Quinn Nicholas, housewright, rear 27 Milk 
Quinn Patrick, laborer, 80 Elliot 
Quinn Philip, laborer, rear 85 Pond 
Quinn Richard, laborer, opposite 145 Purchase 
Quinn Richard, blacksmith, Williams court 
Quinn Theodore, laborer, house 88 Broad 



RADDIN THOMAS, jr. & Co. (Benj. Raddin), shoes, 

40 Washington 
Rafferty Bartholomew, handcartman, rear Friend 
RafFerty Neal, rear 153 Ann 
Rafferty William, laborer, 6 Cross 
Ragan Jeremiah, laborer, 149 Broad 
Ragin Donald, laborer. Peck lane 

Ramsdell Reuben, grocer. Poplar C.Brighton, h. 44 Poplar 
Ramstead John, laborer, rear 194 Hanover 
Rand Aaron {Barry & R.), house Gorham place 
Rand (Benj.) & Fiske {Jlug. H.), counsellors, 5 Court 
Rand Daniel, jeweller, house Bartlett 
Rand Edward S. attorney, 16 Court, h. 46 Pinckney 
Rand Isaac, 84 Faneuil Hall market 
Rand John, 239 Ann 
Rand John, painter, Langdon place 
Rand Luther, 84 Faneuil Hall market, house 49 Myrtle 
Rand R. R. {Cochran, Morse S^ Co.), h. 42 Friend 
Rand William, capt. Tremont opposite Nassau court 
Randall Beza, plater, house Balterman place 
Randall Ebenezer, painter, h. 113 Milk 
Randall Elizabeth, paperhang's, 399 Wash. h. 78 Pleas. 
Randall Henry, dry goods, 405 Wash, hoqse Carver 
Randall James, mason, house Broadway 
Randall John, physician, 20 Winter 
Randall John W., 20 Winter 
Randall John, housewright, house Broadway 
Randall John A. C. printer, h. Portland cor. Hanover 
Randall Judith, widow, 10 1-2 Fayette 
Randall Mary V. widow of William, 78 Pleasant 
Randall Mercy, widow, 5 Elliot court 
Randall Moses F. physician and dentist, 15 Summer 
Randall Nathan, painter, house 102 Tremont 
Randall Nathaniel H. housewright, 39 Prince 
Randall Otis G. & Co. shoes, 42 N. Market, h. North sq. 
Randall Stephen, housewright, 24 North Russell 
Rankin George, sexton, rear 20 Court 
Ranney David S. chairs, 40 Commercial, h. 16 Hamilton 
Ransom John, tinman, house 2 Vine 
Rawson Charles, Commercial near Foster 
Rawson Ebenezer, 13 Commercial 
Rawson Jonathan, housewright, boards 39 Sea 
Ray Charles M. cooper, house Alden court 
Ray Ellen, tailoress, 5 Oliver place 
Ray James, laborer, op. 8 Norfolk place 


Ray John, laborer, Creek square 
Ray Mary & Dorcas, 9 Columbia 
-Ray Robert, handcartman, h. High street place 
Raymond E. A. &• Co. (Z. L. Raymond), W. I. goods, 

Elm, bouse 14 Brighton 
Raymond (Emmovs) <fe Plummer (Rnswell), W. I. g'ds, 

2 Faneuil Hall. Raymond's h. 10 Chambers 
Raymond F. F. grocery, 230 Ann 

Raymond John, hairdresser, 219 Ann and 94 Commer. 
Raymond Samuel (Ellis <!^ R.), h. 98 Court 
Raymond Thatcher R., W. I. goods, 87 Commercial, h. 

Garden comt 
Raymond William, clerk Oriental Bank 
Raymond Z. L. (£. ^. R. <^ Co.), boards Suffolk Hotel 
Rayncr John, coachniaker, 36 Hanover, h. 1 Sudbury 
Rayner Thomas L. slater, rear 52 Essex 
Raynolds Brewster, VV. I. goods. Turnpike, house do./ 
Raynolds Oren, clerk, boards 40 Federal 
Rea Abigail H. milliner, opposite 57 Tremont 
Rea Rebecca, boarding, 95 Summer 
Read Alexander H. leather dresser, 20 Elm 
Read James B. livery stable, Sudbury. See advertisem. 
Read James <fe Co. {Horace Hall), merchants, 4 Liberty 

square corner Water, h. 23 Franklin place 
Read John H. jr. grocer, 102 Ann, h. 132 Hanover 
Read Joseph S. jr. saddler, 11 Exchange, h. 13 Portland 
Read Mary J. stockmaker, 7 Allen 
Read Rebecca, Butolph 
Read William. See Lane & R. 
Readdy Jeremiah, mariner, Batterman place 
Ready Thomas E. painter, house 5 Williams court 
Redding Charles, painter, 84, house 86 Court 
Redding Geo, & Co. (Fran. Richards), painters, 38 Court 
Redding Hannah, nurse, Gibbs lane near Purchase 
Redding Harvey, painter, rear 68 1-2 Ann 
Redding Henrietta, widow, 36 Elliot 
Redding Joseph, rigger, Ann head Union wharf 
Redding Wm. glass stainer, Harlaem pi. h. Blossom pi. 
Redfern Sarali, widow, house May 
Redman Catharine, boarding house, 25 Williams 
Redman Eli. See Swift & R. 
Redman John, mason, h. 489 Washington 
Reed Alexan. T. stationer, 5 Faneuil Hall 
Reed Augustus, shoes, 36 Green, h. 43 Myrtle 
Reed Caleb, 2 Central wharf, h. Phillips place 


Reed Charles T. provisions, 114, house 97 Charles 

Reed Daniel, pattern maker, house rear 40 Pleasant 

Reed David, publisher Chris. Reg. 134 Wash. h. 44 High 

Reed Elihu, merchant, 18 Long wharf, h. 29 Myrtle 

Reed Elizabeth, widow, boarding, G Otis place 

Reed E. Isaac, provisions, Sudbury 

Reed George, constable, h. 9 Chambers 

Reed George A. See G. W. Taylor & Co. ; 

Reed Henry, painter, h. op. 7 Norfolk place 

Reed John, constable, Franklin av. house 55 Pond 

Reed John, laborer, rear Centre 

Reed John, house rear 188 Washington 

Reed John T. (Faulkner & R.), h. at Tremont House 

Reed Josiah, See Stanley, R. «fe Co. 

Reed Lucy, boarding house, 19 Hancock 

Reed Marshall, 40 Central, boards 3 Oliver 

Reed Michael U. captain, 53 Spring 

Reed Releaf, widow of Thomas, rear Moon 

Reed Reub. chaise and harn. mak. 32 Elm, h. 5 Sudbury 

Reed Sampson (Loioe & R.), h. 2G Howard 

Reed Sarah, widow of Oliver, 228 Ann 

Reed Sarah, milliner, 14G Hanover, h. 228 Ann 

Reed Sarah, house 7 Belknap 

Reed Sophia, widow of Lemuel C. house 57 Poplar 

Reed Thomas (Chandler & R.), h. rear 65 Charter 

Reed Thomas, jr. captain, rear 83 Hanover 

Reed Timothy, fruit, 19 Merchants row, h. 6 Myrtle 

Reed William, wheelwright, h. Commercial n. Foster 

Reed William Rev. 44 High 

Reed William, coach trimmer, Marlboro' pi. o. 51 Elliot 

Reed William, clothing, 216 Ann, h. 108 Salem 

Reed William C. provisions, 6 Green, h. 77 Cambridge 

Reeves Benjamin, h. Sudbury 

Reeves Benj. F. hairdresser, 5 Brattle sq. b'ds Sudbury 

Reeves (Dexter) & Greenslit (Lucius), provisions, 4th 

street. R.'s house Silver street 
Reeves Elizabeth, widow, rear 43 Prince 
Reeves Richard, teacher, house 1 Oliver place 
Regally M. clock & watch mak. 40 Milk, h. Sewall pi. 
Reid Joshua T. cabinetmaker, h. 68 Tremont 
Reinagle Thomas, artist, house rear 64 Hanover 
Remaly Andrew, hatter, h. 6 Boylston square 
Remich Samuel H. housewright, 3 Kennard avenue 
Remick Ai, housewright, 24 Prince 
Remick Andrew, housewright, h. 103 Pleasant 



Remick Benjamin, blacksmith, li. Gibbs lane 
Remick Caroline, widow, Williams court 
Remifk Polly, milliner, 127 Court 
Repell Eliza 'D. taiiorcss, li. 5 Norfolk place 
Restieaux Robert, tailor, h. Margaret alley 
Restieaux Robert, jr. tailor, 20 Congress, h. 71 Prmce 
Restieaux Thomas, druggist and apoth. 132 Hanover 
Revere Edward, 20 Cross 
Revere George {Rice & R.), house 53 Warren 
Revere Joseph W., N. Battery wf. h. 122 Tremont 
Reynolds Charles G. 32 Commercial, h. 68G Washington 
Reynolds Edward, house 5 Washington place 
Reynolds Edward, jr. physician, 29 Winter 
Reynolds Edward & William B. merch. 56 Commercial 
Reynolds Elizabeth, dressmaker; 95 Elliot 
Reynolds Grindall. house 33 Washington place 
Reynolds Jacob K. blacksmith, h. 42 Bridge 
Reynolds John, binder, house 21 Pinckney 
Reynolds Nathaniel, watchman, h. 17 Gibbs lane 
Reynolds Nicholas, laborer, Barrett 
Reynolds William, tailor, 9 W. Centre 
Reynolds William, house 4 Washington place 
Reynolds William B. 5G Commercial, h. 6 Winthrop pi. 
Reynolds Winthrop, h. 95 Elliot 
Rhoades A. H. house 25 Leveret 

Rhoades Ebenezer {Freeman, Cobb 4^ Co.), h. 3 Lynde 
Rhoades Isaac, house Clark 
Rhoades Jacob, house 17 Charter 
Rhoades Mary, widow, 17 Charter 

Rhoades Stephen & Asa H. hats, 1 Court, h. 4 Bulfinch 
Rhoades William, cooper, ()6 India wf. h. Rowe's wharf 
Rhodes Ann R. widow, 8 Carver 
Rhodes Daniel, clerk, house 8 Carver 
Rhodes Zachariah, rear (550 Washington 
Rice Abigail M. widow, 4 North Russell 
Rice Aaron. See Fisk & R. 
Rice Adam, cabinetmaker, h. rear 57 Elliot 
Rice Alanson, mason, 15 Myrtle 
Rice Ann, boarding. Marsh lane 
Rice Charles, 03, h. 145 Court 
Rice Emery, 66 Faneuil Hall market 
Rice George, grocer. Leveret cor. Brighton, h. Brighton 
Rice {Henry) & Living {R. G.), hardw. 72 & 84 Water 
Rice Henry, English goods, 54 Kilby cor. Water, house 
8 Bultinch place 



Rice Henry G. house 57 Beacon 

Rice Horace, saddler, 30 Hanover 

Rice Hannah T. widow of David, 2 Waverley pkce ' 

Rice Israel C. 69 Faneuil Hall market, h. 28"^AIlen 

Rice Hosea, mason, boards 40 Federal 

Rice John, merchant, h. Commercial near Hanover 

Rice {Julin H.) & Revere (Geo.), stoves, 3 &. 7 F. Hal 

Rice John H. house 62 High 

Rice Louis, milliner, 238, h. 176 Washington 

Rice Martin (Dolbearc S^ R.), b. rear 39 Sea 

Rice Nancy, nurse, 1 Beach 

Rice Nahuni, clerk, house 718 Washington 

Rice {Nathan) & Thaxter (Scnj.), mer. 27 Long wharf f 

Rice Nathan, house 10 Avon place 

Rice Nelson, laborer, 111 Charles 

Rice (Prescott) & Hunt (Moses) , machinists, Cross c. Anr 

Rice Rufus, 54 Kilby, house 42 Essex 

Rice Timothy, North Margin 

Rice (r/iom«5) & Fernald (Joseph), coopers, Commer-i 

cial, near the bridge. Rice's house 2 Prince 
Rice WilliamD. coppersmith, h. rear 53 Cambridge 
Rice William, 69 Faneuil Hall market, h. Franklin H^ 
Rich (Benjamin) &: Son (S. H.) merchants, 61 Cornmer-i 

cial wharf, liouse 46 Sumn)er 
Rich Charles H. oyster shop, 128 Hanover 
Rich Elizabeth A. instructress, h. Wheeler's court 
Rich Isaac, 128 F. H. market, h. Wesley court, Hanov^ 
Rich Isaiah A. 33 Commercial, bouse 10 Fleet j 

Rich James P. mariner, 1 Prince 
Rich Mary A. widow, Fle6t 
Rich Nathaniel, tobacconist, 50 Prince 
Rich Obadiah (Ward ^r R.)^ 1,. 4 Columbia 
Rich Otis, shoes and leather, 38 Broad, h. 3 Sullivan pi 
Rich Sanmel H. (B. Rich & Son), house 13 South 
Rich Seth, fisherman, Atkinson near Milk, h. 10 East 
Rich Thomas P. 38 Broad 
Rich William, cordwainer, h. opposite Pond 
Richard Wyats, mason, Garden corner Myrtle 
Richards Alice, widow of Joseph, 48 Federal 
Richards David, housewright, 37 1-2 Prince 
Richards Eliakim, housewr't, S. Foster pi. h. 81 Tremoni 
Richards Ephraim B. teamster, h. 29 Thacher 
Richards Francis (G. Redding^ Co.), h. Haymarket pi 
Richards Isaac D., W. I. goods, 4 India wf h. 144 Purch, 
Richards Isaiah D., W. I. goods, 38 Sea, h. 36 Purchase 



Richards J. L. merchant, 33 Commercial, h. 92 High 
Richards Jonathan A. bookkeeper Washington Bank 
Richards John, soapboiler, 5th street, rear 4th street 
Richards Joseph, cooper, '25 Thucher , ,. . , ^ 

Richards (Jos.) & Munn (L^i^/te/-), stonecut s, Feirce s wt. 
Richards Lucy, widow, Haymarket place 
Richards Leonard, clerk, boards 5 Province House court 
Richards Mary, widow, Gibbs lane 
Richards Rebecca, widow, 31 Atkinson 
Richards Reuben, jr. hardware, 41 S. Mar. h. G Hancock 
Richards Samuel, musician, boards 17 Franklin place 
Richards Sarah, widow, h. Bumstead court 
Richards Thomas P. truckman, Salter place 
Richardson Adeline, boarding house, 235 Ann 
Richardson A. L. See E. Hathaway & Co. 
Richardson Albert, scrivener, boards 297 Washington 
Richardson A. &H. accountants, 22 Joy's budding^ 
Richardson Alfred, merchant, IG Union wf. h. 144 1 rem. 
Richardson Alpha, currier, 40 N. Market, h. 57 Pond 
Richardson Asa, tallow chandler, h. 777 Washington 
Richardson Benjamin, mason, house Grove 
Richardson Benjamin P. house GO High 
Richardson Bill, honsewright, Commercial, h. 33 Charter 
Richardson Charles ( U-hitncy ^' R.), h. G Montgomery pi. 
Richardson Eliza, widow of EleazerT.F. h. 49 Chesnut 
Richardson Elizabeth, widow of Asa, G Montgomery pi. 
Richardson Elizabeth, widow, Barry's wharf 
Richardson Edward G. h. 7 Suffolk place 
Richardson George, merchant, IG Rowe's wharf 
Richardson G. L. See Cloues & R. 
Richardson Geo. P. jr. {Sampson & R.), h. 1 1 ruit 
Richardson I. S. & N. machinists, 14 Milk 
Richardson Jackson, clerk, 401 Wash, boards 1 Bath 
Richardst)n Jacob, clerk, 35 Cornhill, house 7 Carver 
Richardson James, confectioner, h. 15 Essex 
Richardson James, cordwainer, house 92 Tremont 
Richardson James B. merchant, 2 Gndley 
Richardson Jeffrey & Brothers {James B. & Benj. f.), 

iron merchants, 2 Central wf. h. 79 High 
Richardson Joel, gunsmith, Faneuil Hall, h. 228 Hanov. 
Richardson Jonas, house rear 10 Frankhn 
Richardson {Joseph) & Whitney {B. D.), merchants, 11 

Central wharf. Richardson's h. 22 Lynde 
Richardson Loring, baker, Merrimac, h. S. Margin 
Richardson Mary, dressmaker^ rear 119 Pleasant 


Richardson Natlianiel W. housewright, h. 33 Cambridge 
Richardson Nathaniel (/. 5. & jV. R.), rear 29 Prince 
Richardson Nelson, fruit, Union cor. Hanover 
Richardson Nathan & VV. clothing, 16 Congress, house 

4 Cornhill square 
Richardson Rhoda, widow, house 42 Allen 
Richardson Rebecca, widow of Jeffrey, h. 79 High 
Richardson Robert, jr. shoes, 37 Central 
Richardson Samuel S. boots & shoes, 26 S. Market 
Richardson Samuel, 93 State, h. 24 Harvard 
Richardson Samuel, clerk, house 53 Portland 
Richardson Solon O. physician, 15 Hanover 
Richardson Susan, h.34 Prince 
Richardson Thomas K. h. S. Margin 
Richardson Thomas, ironfounder. Sea, h. 1 4th street 
Richardson Thomas. See H. N. Hooper & Co. 
Richardson Thomas, shipwr't, Broad, op. Otis's wharf 
Richardson William, housewiight, h. 7 Blossom 
Richardson William H. See Bay ley, Poor & R. 
Richardson William L. apothecary, Hanover cor. Charter 
Richardson William, housewright, 660 Washington 
Richardson William, student at law, h. 6 Monfgotnery pL 
Richardson William, merchant, 16 Rovve's wharf 
Richardson Winthrop, house 12 Somerset place 
Richmond Otis, trader, boards 140 Pleasant 
Richmond William, glassmaker, rear 2d street 
Ricker George W. mason, rear 253 Wash. h. Southac 
Ricker Mary Jane, nurse, Castle near Middlesex 
Ricketts (Geo. K. A.) ik, Vose {Joshua E.), merchants, 21 

Doane. R.'s house 1 Hancock avenue 
Rider Margaret, widow, house 9 Spring 
Rider Nehemiah M. oysters, 12 Winter, h. South si. pi. 
Ridgley Robert, pedlar, house 1 Hawley 
Ridgway Abigail, widow, rear 66 Pleasant 
Ridgway James, house back 49 Cambridge 
Ridgway John, silversmith, 34. Cambridge 
Ridgway John W. boards 5th street near Turnpike 
Ridgway Sam'l S. lumb. wf Sea n. Free bridge, h. 5th st. 
Ridlon Noah, housewr't, S. Margin, h. 19 Second st. ct. 
Ridlon Richard, housewiight, S. Margin, h. 17 Gouch 
Ridley Reuben, housewright, house 33 Chambers 
Riedel John, housewright, house Broadway 
Riggs Sarah, sempstress, house JO Essex place 
Riley Alex. S. {H. Gassett & Co.), b'ds 18 Franklin pi. 
Riley Andrew^ saddler, 19 Hanover avenue 


Riley Charles, laborer, Distil-house square 

Riley George, laborer, Ann street court 

Riley Harlem, house Broadway 

Riley James, saddler, 70 Cornhill, h. 84 Chambers 

Riley John, brass turner, Friend street court 

Riley Margaret, widow, house opposite 65 Sea 

Riley Mehitabel, widow, house 14 Bedford 

Riley Michael, constable, house rear 28 Poplar 

Riley Miles, laborer, 11 Dislil-house square 

Riley Owen, laborer, rear r^8 Warren 

Riley Patrick, attorney, Barristers' Hall 

Riley Patrick, laborer, rear 12 Washington place 

Riley Patrick, laborer, opposite 16 Ash 

Riley Thomas, laborer, rear 24 Merrimac 

Rimmer E. (Sloper & R.), h. 194 Washington 

Rimmer Samuel, turner, house 194 Washington 

Rimmer Thomas, bootmaker, rear 46 Pleasant 

Ring Eliza, milliner, rear 196 Washington 

Ring Mary, widow, house Butolph 

Ring Nathaniel, gilder, 63 Cornhill, h. 1 North Russell 

Ring William D. paperstainer, 10 Summer 

Ring William P. mariner, h. 285 Ann 

Ringot Joseph, stevedore, 254 Hanover 

Ripley Abigail, widow, Margaret 

Ripley Francis, 10 Cross 

Ripley George, Rev. house 3 Bedford place 

Ripley (George C.) &. Manning (Joshua), provisions, 

Summer corner Purchase. R.'s house Lane place 
Ripley Isaac, house 97 Purchase 
Ripley Joseph, housewright. Cross, h. 166 Hanover 
Ripley Joseph, cooper, h. Commercial near Foster 
Ripley Joseph W. bookbinder, h. 69 Pleasant 
Ripley Mary, school, 79 Tremont, h. 1 Central court 
Ripley Robert, cooper. Commercial near Foster 
Ritchie James, housewright, 4 Salutation 
Ritchie William, merchant, 31 Lpng wf. h. 3 Cambridge 
Ritchie William, jr. clerk, Dislil-house square 
Ritter Anna, widow, 45 South 
Rix Nathaniel B. h. Washington Coffee House 
Roach Annastatia, widow, 78 Purchase 
Roach Edward, laborer, Market place 
Roach Philip, laborer, opposite 80 Tremont 
Roath Charles, architect, Rogers's building, h. 34 Fayette 
Robbins Abigail, boarding house, rear 5 Winter 
Robbins Asaph R. laborer, h. Warren place 



Robbing Chandler, Rev. house 173 Hanover 

Robbins Chardler, physician, 1 Franiilin cor. Hawley 

Robbins Charles, master House of Correction, S. Boston i 

Robbins Edward, painter, house Merrimac 

Robbins Edward H. 5 Phillips's buildings, h.45Summef ( 

Robbins George L. C. carpenter, rear Carver n. Elliot 

Robbins Harriet, boarding house, 447 Washington 

Robbins Henry, grocer, 77 Sea, boards rear 3 East 

Robbins Jonas, innholder, 172 Hanover 

Robbins Margaret, widow, rear 60 Elliot 

Robbins Martha, widow, 47 Pleasant 

Robbins Mary, rear 54 Prince , 

Robbins Nathan, 35 Faneuil Hall market 

Robbins Nathan, mason, house 80 Temple 

Robbins Nath'l, fruit, 34 Merch'ts row, h. 3 Leveret ct. 

Robbins Robert, wharfinger, Tileston's wharf 

Robbins S. E. {Leighton & R.), house 5 Pitts 

Robbins Shepherd, wood, Tileston's wf h. 37 Atkinson 

Robbins Stephen, jr. cigars, Leveret court 

Roberts Benj. B. (Sweet c/- R.), boards 48 Myrtle 

Roberts Charles L. See Freeman, Cobb & Co. 

Roberts E. G. See Freeman, Cobb &, Go. 

Roberts Jane, rear 111 Pleasant 

Roberts John, mariner, h. 23 Richmond 

Roberts John, marble mason, h. 5 Richmond 

Roberts John (Johnson, Sikes & /?.), house Friend 

Roberts John G. bookbinder, Water, h. rear 107 Pleasant 

Roberts John L. mason, Bromfield, boards 27 Harvard 

Roberts Malinda, widow, boarding, 104 Washington 

Roberts Mary, 5 Arch 

Roberts Nathaniel, coachman, 110 Warren 

Roberts Richard S, furniture, 1 14 Cambr'ge, h. Fruit st. ct, 

Roberts Thomas J. mason, house 10 Leveret lane 

Roberts Tobias (Wiswell ^ R.), h. 36 Purchase 

Robertson Alexander, clerk, 4 Hanover court 

Robertson Benoni, sawyer, boards 40 Sea 

Robertson John, house Cooper 

Robertson John, laborer, h. 2d street 

Robertson Joseph, mariner, Piedmont 

Robertson Rebecca, boarding, 25 Brattle 

Robertson Sam'l, agent Bost. Brewery, 6 Lindall, h. 2d st. 

Robins Henry, merchant, 9 Central wharf 

Robins Jonathan D. house 11 Purchase 

Robins Lewis, housewright, h. 14 Second 

Robins Richard, counsellor, 21 State, h. 11 Purchase 


Robinson A. L. victualler, 53 N. Market 
Robinson Charles, bookbinder, boards 17 Brattle 
Robinson Edward, turner, Causeway 
Robinson Edward, Rev. house 68 Chesnut 
Robinson Elizabeth M. and Rebecca, h. 2 Harvard court 
Robinson George, constable, house 116 Salem 
Robinson G. VV. machinist, N. Margin, h. r. 188 Wash. 
Robinson {Geo. W.} & Wiggin {James S.), W. I. goods 

and crockery, 30 India. R.'s h. 18 Thacher 
Robinson Henry, Gas Light Comp. office, 185 Washing. 

house 1 Winthrop place 
Robinson James, instructor, house 8 Poplar 
Robinson J. P. assistant appraiser. Custom House 
Robinson John C. clerk, house 2 Bath 
Robinson John, stall, 5 Boylston market, h. 33 Boylston 
Robinson John, housewright, Robinson lane 
Robinson John T. baker, Clark 
Robinson John VV. stevedore, 39 Prince 
Robinson Lyman, innkeeper, 18 Ann 
Robinson R. T. {JV. Eaton (^ Co.), h. Commer. n. Prince 
Robinson Sarah, widow, rear 15 Hawkins 
Robinson Simon W. grocer, 88 Prince, h. 3 Sheafe 
Robinson {Shadrack) & Phnnmer (Avery), flour and 

grain, 7 City wharf. R.'s h. 47 Chambers 
Robinson Thomas, broker, 5 Exchange 
Roby Betsey, nurse, house Butolph near Cambridge 
Roby Dexter (Warren & R.), h. 2 South Margin 
Roby Henry, h. Eaton corner North Russell 
Roby Joseph, physician, 161 Court 
Roche Mary, widow, tailoress, 7 Province 
Rochford Thomas, housewright, 202 Ann 
Rockwood Calvin P. painter, h. 4th street 
Roddan Michael, laborer, Pond corner North Margin 
Roddin Rebecca, widow, 15 Gouch 
Rodgers Geo. S. shipping office, 71 Broad, h. 15 Wash. pi. 
Rodney Clement, bridge builder, rear 65 Charter 
Roessle John, cordwainer, 328 Wash. h. I Norfolk place 
Roffi3 Elizabeth, widow, house 296 Washington 
RofTe Matthew, shoemaker, 2!>4, h. 296 Washington 
Rogers Benjamin «&, A Ivan, fish and flour, 41 Long wharf 
Rogers Benjamin, house 3 Sweetser court 
Rogers Benjamin, boards at Earl's, Hanover 
Rogers Daniel A. house 83 Front 
Rogers Daniel, jr. boards at Washington Cofl*ee House 
Rogers Dudley, paper hanger, rear Marshall 


Rogers Edward, shipwright, h. rear 3d street 

Rogers (Fitz JVUliam) & Haskell (^. L.), furniture, 10 
Dock square. R.'s house 12 Newton place 

Rogers (G. ^.)> l^evens {G. £.) & Co. (J. L. Hunne- 
well), drugs, 5 Commercial. R.'s h. 57 Pinckney 

Rogers George, merchant, 10 Dock sq. h. 12 Newton pi. 

Rogers Henry, shipwright, h. P street, S. Boston Point 

Rogers Henry B. attorney, 10 Court, h. 5 Joy place 

Rogers Hugh, laborer. Market place 

Rogers Jacob A. broker, Boylston market, h. 5 jJJorfolk pi. 

Rogers James, Boston Hotel, 1 Brattle square 

Rogers John Gorham, agent typo foundry, 37 & 39 Con- 
gress, house 8 Orange. See advertisement 

Rogers John Gray, Justice Police Court and counsellor, 
17 Court, house 65 Mount Vernon 

Rogers John H. shoes, 50 Court, house 10 Williams 

Rogers (Joseph S.) & Clark (Wood), wood wf Leveret. 
Rogers's house 40 Poplar 

Rogers Leonard, painter, house Carver' 

Rogers Lewis B. mason, house rear 11 Short 

Rogers Luke, housewright, h. 11 Unity 

Rogers Martha, widow of John William, h. 605 Washing. 

Rogers Mary, widow, Charter 

Rogers Moses, W. L goods, Cambridge, h. 60 Poplar 

Rogers Richard, waiter, opposite 8 Norfolk place 

Rogers Robert, notary public, Custom House 

Rogers Sally, widow, house 35 Blossom 

Rogers Samuel, physician, 17 Bedford 

Rogers Sarah, widow, 57 Tremont 

Rogers Sargent, foreign let. office, City H. h. 59 Pinckney 

Rogers Shubael G. jr. Sec. Fireman's Ins. Company 

Rogers Tempy, tailoress, rear 3 flanover 

Rogers Timothy, 151 Ann 

Rogers Wrn. H. imperial stock raanufac. 6 Joy's building 

Rogers William, mariner. Salutation 

Rogers William S. house 10 South 

Rogerson Robert, Am. g'ds, 51 Water, h. 19 Somerset pi. 

Roland John, grocer, 09 Elliot 

Roland Sarah, widow, rear 39 Essex 

Rolland John, painter, house 1 North Russell 

Rollins Charles, handcartman, Cornhill, h. 50 Bridge 

Rollins Frances, widow of Ebenezer, h. 18 Beacon 

Rollins Jefferson, laborer, Clark alley 

Rollins William {Jltkinson ^ R.), h. 44 Summer 

Rollock John, laborer, h. West Centre 


Room William, cabinetmaker, Suffolk near Dover 

Rooth James, laborer, rear 253 Washington 

Ropes Hardy, Treas. Am. Ed. Soc., 52 Washington 

Rose James, laborer, rear 42 Congress 

Rose John, cordvvainer, h. G Devonshire 

Rose Joseph, stevedore, Bartlett 

Rose Lydia, dressmaker, rear 351 Washington 

Rosevear John, house vvright, rear 111 Pleasant 

Ross Ann, house Butolph 

Ross Charles, umbrella maker, 228 Wash, h. East n. Sea 

Ross Charles, teamster, boards 10 Essex place 

Ross Daniel, laborer, house 6 Essex place 

Ross Edward M. housewright, h. 25 Blossom 

Ross Francis, laborer, rear 91 Warren 

Ross Isaac, tinplate worker, h. 140 Purchase 

Ross Jere. & Wm. W. tailors, 7 Congress, h.266 Wash. 

Ross John, stonecutier, rear 47 Prince 

Ross John, hairdresser, 380 Wash. h. 72 Tremont 

Ross John, saddler, h. School 

Ross John T. (Lewis & R.), house 43 Court 

Ross John, tailor, boards 141 Court 

Ross (Joseph L.) & Nichols (Perez), cabinetmakers, 76 

Court. Ross's house Chardon 
Ross Mary, nurse, rear 123 Pleasant 
Ross Mary, house Battery 
Ross William W. house 24 Brighton 
Ross William, stage agent, b'ds Mansion House, Milk 
Rosseter D. D. Rev. house 25 Pinckney 
Rotch Susanna, nurse, 655 Washington 
Rottey Jeremiah, rigger, h. 18 Washington place 
Roulestone Michael, glazier, 55 Milk, h. 61 Poplar 
Roundy Alvan, truckman, house 32 Green 
Rouse Sarah, tailoress, 14 Fleet 
Rowan John, handcartman, 60 Broad 
Rowan Rachel, widow, Berry 
Row Benjamin, brushrnaker, house rear 5 Belknap 
Row Charlotte, widow, h. 10 Second 
Rowe Daniel, sashmaker, h. Canal 
Rowe Esther, widow, rear 732 Washington 
Rowe Ichabod, laborer, opposite 79 Pleasant 
Rowe Isaac F. house 7 Snowhill 
Rowe Joseph, counsellor, 31 Court 
Rowe Samuel (Lyford & /?.), h. Friend 
Rowell John P. danc. mas. h. Suffolk rear 773 Wash. 
Rowell Manly A. housewright, house 3 Pitts 


Rowell Trueworthy, patternmaker, h. 89 Summer 

Rowen Thomas, painter, house 8 South Cedar 

Rowland David S. (Peirson 4- R.), b'ds Mansion H. Milk 

Rowley Reuben, portrait and min. painter, 11 Pearl pi. 

Rowley Sam. H. G., 11 Elm, h. 3 ([Chambers st. court 

Rowson William, clerk Custom House, h.rear 5 Hoilis 

Royce Elihu M. grocer, Turnpike street 

Ruby Isaiah, laborer, h. (i Bridge 

Ruggles Geo. H. and Charles, bouse Blossom 

Ruggles John, painter, 13 Mt. Vernon, h. 23 Myrtle 

Ruggles Samuel, isinglass, 89 Cambridge, h. Blossom 

Ruggles Seth L. currier, h. 837 Wasiiington 

Ruggles Elizabeth, nurse, 19 North Bennet 

Rumney Richard W. caulker and graver, r. 5 Tileston 

Rumrill Joseph, trader, 5 Bartlett 

Rumrill Joseph, jr. painter, East near Sea, h. 5 Bartlett 

Rundle Thomas, carpenter, 21 Warren 

Runey James, wharfinger, Gray's wf. li. in Charlestown 

Rupp Adam, painter, 55 Allen 

Rupp David C. M. printer, liouse rear 17 Boylston 

Rupp Jane, widow, house 49 Allen 

Rupp John, clerk Boylston market, h. rear 17 Boylston 

Russ Albert (JVilson'& R.), house 2 Bridge street court 

Russ Daniel, mason, house 8 Sweetser court 

Russ Daniel, cordwainer, house Essex opposite Lincoln 

Russ Daniel H. mason, Portland place 

Russ Robert, laborer, house Grove 

Russell Andrew L. (fV. S. R. ^ Co.), h. 37 Purchase 

Russell Anna, nurse. Theatre alley 

Russell Benjamin, house 12 Lincoln 

Russell Benjamin, jr. house 12 Lincoln 

Russell Calvin S. clerk, 18 State 

Russell Catherine G. 4 Walnut 

Russell David, copperplate printer, 12 School, h. do. 

Russell Edward, painter, h. rear 43 Salem 

Russell Harriet G,, 54 Belknap 

Russell Isaiah, liousewright, h. Fruit 

Russell James, bookkeeper Atlas Bank, house Mason 

Russell James D. attorney, 5 Court 

Russell (James) & Thomas (Wm.), 19 Long wharf 

Russell John, mason, house 4 McLean court 

Russell John, provisions, (lO Myrtle, house C Myrtle court 

Russell , widow of John, house 45 Charter 

Russell (John B.), Odiorne (T.) & Co. (E. IV. Metcalf)^ 
booksellers, 121 Wash. R.'s h. 5 Sullivan pi. 


Russell J. G. furn. and fhathers, 2 Dock eq. h. 21 Gouch 

Russell Levi, house Travels 

Russell Luther, woodwharfinger, h. Dorchester street 

Russell M. B. & S. portrait painters, 40 Washington 

Russell Martha, widow of VValter, jr., 6 South st. place 

Russell Martin, laborer, rear 18 South Bennet 

Russell Mary, widow, South Margin 

Russell Mary, mantuamaker, house 18 Hull 

Russell Mary S., 157 Pleasant 

Russell {Nathan, jr.) & Bucknani (Jesse)^ shoes and 

leather, 28 North Market 
Russell Nathaniel P., 34 Beacon 
Russell (Samuel M.) & Groves (Isaac), pumpmakers, 60 

Front. R.'s h. Bumstead court 
Russell Samuel, cordwainer, Tremont, h. r. 87 Pleasant 
Russell Spencer, provisions, 3 Sea 
Russell Stephen, housewright, Silver 
Russell Timothy, laborer, Castle near Middlesex 
Russell William S. & Co. (Andreto L. Russell), dry g'ds, 

17 Central, h. 37 Purchase 
Rust Abigail, widow, 84 Prince 
Rust Enoch H., 15 Prince 
Rust Jacob, clerk, 116 Salem 

Rust Joseph H., Portland cor. Sudbury, house Hull 
Rust William P. A. housewright, 127 Pond 
Rutherford Ann, bonnet maker. Theatre alley 
Ruthven Rob't E. brassturner, 4 Alarshall, h. 10 Unity 
Rutter Charles, cordwainer, 57 Milk, house Sister 
Rutter William, junk, Snow's wf h. 18 Merrimac 
Rutledge Barnard, tailor, rear Short near Bedford 
Rutledge Martha, widow, rear 253 Washington 
Ryalls William, laborer, South Margin 
Ryan Bridget, confectionary, 28 Tremont n. Washington 
Ryan Isaac, housewright, 152 Ann 
Ryan James, grocery, 119 Broad 
Ryan James, laborer, Sea near East 
Ryan James, grocer, Batterymarch 
Ryan James, Howard street House 
Ryan John, soda room, 10 Congress, house do. 
Ryan John, grocer, 141 Broad 
Ryan John, laborer, rear Broadway 
Ryan John, laborer, 148 Ann 

Ryan John, carpenter, rear 4th street ' 

Ryan Joseph, laborer, rear 104 Purchase 
Ryan Lawrence, currier, house rear Broadway 


Ryan Mary, widow, h. Garden 

Ryan Michael, tailor, 30 Poplaj 

Ryan Michael, laborer, house rear 33 Court 

Ryan Patrick, housewright, Theatre alley 

Ryan Peter, laborer, corner Silver and A street 

Ryan Richard, laborer, 43 Devonshire 

Ryan Timothy, painter, house opposite 38 Bedford 

Ryerson Eliza J. dressmaker, 154 Washington 

SABIN MARTHA, house 17 South Russell 
Sacket Noah E. stair builder, house 2 Marston place 
Sackett Ruhamah, Indian doctress, 14 Myrtle 
SafFord (Daniel) <fe Smith (.Albert IV.), blacksmiths, De- 
vonshire, house 7 Montgomery place. 
SafFord Henry (T. Gilbert. & Co.), h. Avery c. Wash.} 
Sage Hepsy, widow, house 17 Chesnut 
Salisbury Ambrose, wheelwright, Creek sq. h. Merrimac 
Salisbury Samuel, merchant, h. Temple place 
Salmon John, stable keeper, Bedford, h. 97 Essex 
Salmon John M. coach painter, Marlboro' pi. h. 38 Short 
Salter James, cordwainer, h. 15 N. Margin 
Sampson Amos, printer, 12 Federal 
Sampson Calvin C. See Hutchinson «& S. 
Sampson Ebenezer, mess. Edgie Bank, h. 94 Chambers 
Sampson John S. housewright, h. 10 Blossom 
Sampson Lucy, widow of Joshua, rear Broadway 
Sampson (L, G.) & Richardson (G. P. jr.), W. 1. goods, 

46 Long wharf S.s h. Somerset court 
Sampson Mary D., 11 Cross 
Sampson M. L. widow of G. A. h. Spring 
Sampson Martin, hatter, h. Pinckney near Charles 
Sampson Robert, iron founder, rear 4th 
Sampson Zephaniah, superintendent streets, Merrimac, 

house 37 Charter 
Samuels Emanuel, h. 107 Chambers 
Samuels Isaac & Son (Emanuel), dry goods, Kilby, cor. 

State, h. 3 Mason 
Sanborn Alfred, housewright, boards Peck lane 
Sanborn Amos C. stonecutter, h. Spring street place 
Sanborn Christopher P. housewright, h. 52 Allen 
Sanborn E. I. stoves, 18 Dock sq h. 2 Carnes court 
Sanborn Greenleaf C. housewright, Hanover, h. Peck 1. 
Sanborn G. G. housewright, rear 3 Hanover 
Sanborn Henry A. painter, h. 242 Hanover 
Sanborn (S. S.) & Walker (Dana), fruit cellar, 1 Union 


Sanborn Silas, hoiisewriglit, r. 3 Hanover, h. 17 Garden 

Sanborn Stephen B. grocer, 1 1 Beclf^)rd, b'ds G Suffolk pi. 

Sanborn William, stonecutter, Medford 

Sanborn Woodbridge, 14 Cross 

Sancry Francis, cabinetmaker, 557 Washington 

Sancry John, 17 BoyLston fish market, h. 10 Elliot 

Sancry Lucy, nurse, opposite 80 'rmmont 

Sanders Elizabeth, milliner, 125 Court 

Sanders John, sand dealer, Canton rear Suffolk 

Sanders Mary, widow of Joseph, Washington place 

Sanders William, gunsmith, 91 Broad 

Sanders. See Saunders 

Sanderson Abra'm, grain dealer, h. Suffolk r. 773 Wash. 

Sar)derson James 6^58 F. H. market, h. 3 Myrtle 

Sanderson Joseph, handcartman, h. 67 Bedford 

Sanderson Luther, W. L goods, 75, house 80 Pleasant 

Sanderson Mary, opposite 79 Pleasant , 

Sanderson William, laborer, h. 18 Devonshire 

Sandfotd H. G. dry goods, 66 Hanover 

Sandford Samuel, merch. 3 India wf h. Lincoln c. Bedf. 

Sandra Francis, ladies' hair dresser, 303 Washington 

Sands Edward, 88 F. H. market, h. 26 Cross 

Sands {Theodore T.) & Green (J. D.), blacksmiths, 

Turnpike, house 3d street 
Sanger Calvin P. {W. H. Mellen &^ Co.), h. 8 Morton pi. 
Sanger David, opposite 10 1-2 Pleasant 
Sanger Lydia, rear 11 Short 
Sanger Mary & Catherine, house 49 Myrtle 
Sanger Zedekiah, cooper, h. rear Broadway 
Sargeant Stephen, W. L goods, .549 Washington 
Sargent (Bodwell) & Patten (James), W. L goods, 54 

Ciiatham, house 3 Cambridge 
Sargent Charles, clerk, house 111 Purchase 
Sargent Charles, laborer, b Lucas place 
Sargent Christiana, widow, 13 Chcsnut 
Sargent Daniel, Pres. Bost. M. Ins. Co. h. 50 Mt. Vernon 
Sargent Dorcas, widow of Epes, 6 Poplar 
Sargent Edward, cooper, h. 87 Saletn 
Sargent Ensign, silverplater, house May 
Sargent Epes, merchant, h. 73 Beacon 
Sargent Henry, 10 Franklin place 

Sargent Henry, ship chand.. 1 India wf h. 109 Purchase 
Sargent Henry J. attorney, 9 State, li. 72 Beacon 
Sargent Hosea, grocer, 67 Long wharf, h. 36 Salem 
Sargent H. physician, 1 Brattle square 



Sargent Tgnatius, 59 Commercial wf. h. 3 Franklin pi. 
Sargent James, houscwriglit, li. Ill Purchase 
Sargent James, jr. niercliant, Elliot near Carver 
Sargent John, plumber, 27 Milk, h. Ill Purchase 
Sargent John, branch pilot, Broad op. Rowe's wharf 
Sargent John, jr. cooper, house 78 Essex 
Sargent John T. W. house 10 Franklin place 
Saigent John O. attorney, 4 Court, h. 73 Beacon 
Sargent John T. Rev. house 12 Chesnut 
Sargent Joseph, stoves & tinware, 71 Broad, Ii. 146Purch. 
Sargent Joseph R. teamsttr, 2 Hancock row 
Sargent Loring, house 19 Prince 
Sargent Leonard, watchman, 2 Hancock row 
Sargent Lucius M. counsellor, 40 State, h. at Roxbury 
Sargent Mercy, widow, North Margin 
Sargent Nathaniel B. painter, 30 1-2 Cross 
Sargent Ralph, grocer, 6 Rowe's wf h. 3 Noyes place 
Sargent, Sally, widow of Aaron, rear 142 Pleasant 
Sargent Simeon, baker, h. 262 Ann 
Sargent Sumner, grocery, 48 Brattle 
Sargent William, joiner, house 109 Purchase 
Sargent William C. grocer, 34 Long wharf 
Sarzedas David S. comedian, house 33 Milk 
Saunders Ann, widow, innholder, 175 Ann 
Saunders George W., Causeway corner Prince 
Saunders Henry S. house 10 Bulfinch 
Saunders Jacob, pilot, Commercial near Hanover 
Saunders Joshua, wheelwright, Boylston, h. 70 Pleasant 
Saunders Kendall P. variety store, 476 Washington 
Saunders Lurena M. boarding house, 74 Federal 
Saunders Nancy, widow, 9 Ballard place 
Saunders William, teamster, North Margin ' 

Savage Cyrus, fruit, 180, house 135 Hanover 
Savage George, merchant, house 5 Castle 
Savage James, President Savings Bank, h. Temple place 
Savage Jeremiah, laborer, h. 110 Broad 
Savage {Jacob S.) & Booker {j9sa), blacksmiths,llaverhill 
Savage John, boardinji house, 113 Milk 
Savage Rebecca, widow of Silas, Commercial n. Foster 
Savage Wm. mer. 45 Comm. v/f h. 6 Mount Vernon pi. 
Savory Levi, cooper, boards 61 Sea 
Sawin Abigail, widow, h. 9 Distil-house square 
Sawin Ezekiel. See Macamber, S. & Hunting 
Sawin John, clockmaker, 33 Cornhill, house 4 Vernon. 
See advertisement 


Sawlell Amos, baker, West Centre 

Sawtell Henry, house 9 Blossom 

Sawtell Mary, widow, Lovett place 

Sawtell Sophia, tailoress, Hi«^h street place 

Sawyer Alpha, laborer, 14 Batterymarch 

Sawyer Amos, baker, 17 Temple 

Sawyer Benjamin F. cordwaiiier, house Hamilton 

Sawyer Eliakim, mason, rear 11 Blossom 

Sawyer George l*. captain, house 2 Orange lane 

Sawyer James, W. I. g'ds,55 Commer. h. 41 Atkinson 

Sawyer {James) ik, Williams {George H.), grocers, 55 

Commercial. Sawyer's h. 41 Atkinson 
Sawyer John M. soapstone cutter, h. 3 Stillman place 
Sawyer (Jo5.) & Holman {Setk), tablejstand mak. Beverly 
Sawyer Keziah, widow, h. 14 Batterymarch 
Sawyer Mary, dressmaker, 56 Portland 
Sawyer Mary C. widow, 10 Carver 

Sawyer Nancy A. dressmaker, 289 Wash. h. .12 Bedford 
Sawyer Natiianiel, house Broadway 
Sawyer Samuel, machinist, house 33 Chambers 
Sawyer Susan, widovv, South Russell 
Sawyer Sylvester, mariner, house 9 Cross 
Sawyer Warren T. fancy painter, h. Staniford place 
Sawyer William, merchant, 63 Mt. Vernon 
Sawyer William, mariner, opposite 1 Norfolk place 
Sawyer William N., Bethel reading room, h. 2 Foster 
Sawyer William S. victual. 135 State, h. 711 Washing. 
Sawyer Zeresh, dressmaker, 67 Tremont 
Sayer Mathias, cabinetmaker, 80 Warren 
Sayer William, captain, 13 Elliot 
Sayles {Willard) «fc Hitchcock {Saml c^.), domestic g'ds, 

83 Kilby. Sayles's h. 138 Tremont 
Scadding John, laborer, South Margin 
Scerey.Amy, widow, 14 Distil-house square 
Schaffer Andrew W. auctioneer, 13 Ann, h. 10 Carver 
Schagen Albert, mariner, Clark alley 
Schavv Edw. hyg. med. 79 ("ourt, h. 21 McLean. See adv. 
Schenck R. B. 56 State 
Schinitz Mary, widow, house Lowell place 
Scholfield Charles, house 43 Pinckney 
Scholfield Isaac t& Son {Arthur), carpet warehoase, 7 

Cornhill, h. 43 Pinckney 
Scholfield Isaac, jr. {J. Broicn & Co.), h. 43 Pinckney 
Scholfield Joseph, house 43 Pinckney 
Scoilay Catherine, widow, 56 Bowdoin 


Scolley John, lamps, 52 Cornhill 

Scotchler (James) & Lamson (Jabez), chainnakers, 84 

Commercial. S.'s house Pitts place 
Scott Abigail, widow of Benjamin, rear 505 Washington 
Scott Samuel P. 1 Tileston 
Scott Daniel, blacksmith, house 85 Summer 
Scott Ebenezer, painter, 135 Ann, h. 13 Salem place 
Scott George, housewright, south end Washington 
Scott Henry, house 2d street 
Scott Thomas, laborer, Union 
Scovell Ezckiel, mariner, North Margin 
Scudder (Charles), Cordis (T. F.) & Co. (D. W. Horton), 

hardware, 82 Milk Scudder's h. Temple place 
Scudder (Daxld) & Park (Jlmasa C), hardware, 72 

Kilby. Scudder b'ds 18 Franklin place 
Scudder Horace, merchant, 8 City wharf, h. 10 S. Bennet 
Seagraves Nancy B. Child's F'd inst. 83 Prince 
Sealey George, bar room and house 37 Milk 
Sealey Susan, 8 Sudbury 

Searie (George) & Upham (Henry), dry g'ds, 79 Milk 
Searles Curtis, cordwainer, 58 Congress, h. 24 Spring 
Searles James M. pianoforte maker, h. Wheeler's ct. 
Searles Joseph, housewright, Charlestown c. Causeway 
Searles William, housewright, house 9 George 
Sears Clark, laborer, 3 Scott court 
Sears David, 41 Beacon 
Sears Delight, widow, house Deacon 
Sears Eben, housewright, h. 5 Haymarket place 
Sears Elizabeth L. widow of Zebina, 84 Sea 
Sears (George) & Davis (Joseph A.), merchants, 14 Cen- 
tral wharf. Sears's h. 25 Orange 
Sears Joshua, W. I. goods, 14 Long wf 
Sears Isaac, captain, 291 Ann 

Sears (Peter) Sl Clark (H. F.), commis. mer. 66 Kilby 
Sears (Thomas W.) & Fales (H.), W. I. goods, 5 Long 

wharf, h. N. E. Coffee House 
Sears Willard, house 7 Norfolk place 
Sears William, cabinetmaker, house S. Margin 
Seaton Ambrose, physician and ov. of poor, 106 Purchase 
Seaton Nathan K. inspector of customs, h. 106 Purchase 
Seaver Abigail, boarding, 145 Court 
Seaver Benj. (lVhitv)ell, Bond «^ Co.), h. AQ Chambers 
Seaver Charles (Crockett, Seaver <^ Co.), h. 53 Chambers 
Searer Ebenezer, 105 Faneiyl Hall market 
Seaver Ebenezer, h. Fiiend st. court 


Seaver George {Grant, S. & Co.), house 2 Kingston 
Seaver Hammond, ornamental painter, h. r. 123 Pleasant 
Seaver Joseph, laboier, Piedmont near Pleasant 
Seaver Nathaniel. See Adams &. S. 
Seaver Norman. See Stone, S. *& Bush 
Seaver Phebe, widow of Ebenezer, (58 Tremont 
Seaver Sarah, nurse, Garden ct. street, near North sq. 
Seaver T. W. ct Co. {J. H. Shedd), dry goods, G8 Hano- 
ver, boards 9 Stillman 
Seaver VViHiam, painter, house 3(50 Washington 
Seaver William, chairmaker. Sister, h. 1(3 Williams 
Seaver William J. coppersmith, 2o Union, h. 16 Williams 
Seaverns Abijah & Joel, provis. 33 School 
Seaverns Henry, stonecutter, op. 4 Columbia 
Seaverns Isaac W. (Merriam »fe 5.), boards Sister. 
Seaverns Thos. W. grocer, 625 &, 627 Wash. h. 44 Pleas't 
Seavey John, rapt. 222 Hanovf-r 

Seaward George W. clerk, h. Butolph cor. Cambridge 
Selbey John, handcartman, rear Centre 
Semnati Paul, tailor, h. 15 Vine 
Serisola Guilio, boarding house. 111 Cambridge 
Serrat Leonard, tailor, rear 10 Franklin 
Serrat William F. gratemaker, 15 Cross 
Sessions Chester, messenger Merchants' Bank 
Setchell William, cooper, house Battery 
Severance E. H. bookkeeper Mer. Bank 
Severance Samuel, stonecutter, h. 4 Oliver place 
Sovey Edwin, house 130 Pleasant 
Sevey Sarah C. widow, 52 Prince 

Sewall Benjamin, Pres. Fishing Ins Co. 20 Commercial 
Sewall Joseph Si, Thomas R. brokers, 54 State. J. S.'a 

house 412 Washington 
Sewall Moses, Sec. Fishing Ins. Co. h. 82 Federal 
Sewall Samuel E. counsellor, 21 State, h. 412 Washing. 
Sewall Thomas R. house 60 Chesnut 
Seward Joshua, clockmaker, 63 Congress, h. 2 Travers 
Seward Thomas, assist, overs. H. Industry, h. Broadway- 
Sexton John, laborer, opposite 61 Sea 
Sexton John M. painter, 38 Federal, h. r. Sister n. Berry 
Seymore Henry, clerk, boards 1 Bromfield 
Sevmour Thomas, south end Washington 
Shackley Rufus, gardener, h. rear 2 Milton 
Shakeshaft Henry, laborer, rear 2 Broadway 
Shakeshaft James, laborer, rear 4 Broadway 


Shales John, blacksmith, rear Boylston, h. S. Cedar 

Shales William, laborer, opposite 79 Pleasant 

Shane John, laborer, 2d street 

Shannon Anthony, rigger, rear Gibbs lane 

Shannon Sarah F. v/idow, 19 Somerset 

Sharland Joseph, cabinetmaker, h. 664 Washington 

Sharkey Margaret, widow, 32 Pond 

Sharon Otis, printer, 53 South Margin 

Sharon Steph. & Co. {J. D. Foss), blacksm. 8 Merrim, 

Sharon Stephen S. house Lancaster 

Sharp Daniel, Rev. bouse 12 W. Cedar 

Sharp Edward, teller Massachusetts Bank 

Sharp James, ornamental furniture, Boylston, n. Wash- 
ington, house 4 Newbury place 

Sharp John, stonecutter, 88 Merrimac 

Shattuck Daniel, cooper, 61 Charter 

Shattuck George C. physician, Staniford cor. Cambridge 

Shattuck Lemuel (Shattuck ^ Co.), publisher, 8 School, 
h. 79 Front 

Shattuck Louisa, sempstress, rear 30 Prince 

Shattuck Rhoda, widow, 56 Fayette 

Shattuck William {Holbrook & 5.), h. 67 Leveret 

Shaw (C C), Patterson &l Co. {IVm. Blake), dry goods, 
67 Milk. Shaw's house 8 McLean 

Shaw Earl & Co. (Sijlvanus Thomas), dry goods, 42 
Central, h. 44 Milk 

Shaw Edward, architect, 4 State, h. 87 Cambridge 

Shaw Elizabeth, widow of George, h. 4th street 

Shaw Francis G. (R. G. S. & Co.), h. Bovvdoin square 

Shaw James, founder, rear 4th street 

Shaw Jesse, housewright, Chesnut, h. 59 Chesnut 

Shaw Joel, housewright, Front, h. 5 Oliver place 

Shaw Joseph, lamplighter, 25 Pleasant 

Shaw Joseph, printer, h. Vine cor. Bridge 

Shaw {Jos. P.) & Briggs {John C), saddlery, 7 Docksq. 

Shaw Lemuel, chief justice S. J. Court, h.35 Mt. Vernon 

Shaw Lydia, widow, 74 Boylston 

Shaw Philip, printer. Bridge corner Vine 

Shaw Robert G. & Co. ( fVm. Perkins 4' Francis Geo. 
Shaw), merch. 51 Commercial wf. h. Bowdoin sq. 

Shaw Ruth, nurse, 16 Pitts 

Shaw Samuel, housewright, h. 8 Bridge 

Shaw Southworth,jr. h. 14 Purchase 

Shaw Thomas, moulder, rear 4th street 

Shaw Thomas, mariner, 1 Cottage place 



Shaw Thomas B. Moon, cor. Sun court 

Shaw William VV. clerk, 47 Kilby, boards C2 Federal 

Shay William, baker, h. 324 Ann 

Shea Calvin, cooper, Broadway 

Shea Edward, grocery, 140 Ann 

Shea Mary & Catharine, 2 Theatre alley near Milk 

Sheafe Henry, military store keeper. Laboratory, Pleas- 
ant, house Mt. Vernon, cor. Willow 

Sheafe D. R. 30 Commercial 

Sheafe Sarah, widow, 151 Hanover 

Shean John, laborer, Suftolk, rear Lucas place 

Shean John, laborer, Williams court 

Shean Jeremiah, laborer, rear 94 Sea 

Shearn Thomas, 69 Ann / 

Shears Sam'l, stonecutter, Thacher st. court 

Shed Calvin, cordwainer, Howard, h. 43 Myrtle 

Shed Eliza Ann, rear 142 Hanover 

Shed Samuel A. grocer, 41 Milk 

Shed Susan, 131 Pleasant 

Shedd John H. dry goods, 70 Hanover, h. 9 Stillman 

Shedd J. H. See Seaver & S. 

Sheldon William, brass lamp maker, Williams court 

Shelden Asa, blacksmith, Causeway 

Shelly Abner, cordwainer, h. 7 Madison place 

Shelly Albinus, cordwainer. Union, h. 7 Madison place 

Shelton Fanny, widow, 8 Hartford place 

Shelton John, saddler, 45 Congress, boards 92 Purchase 

Shelton Philo S. 44 India wharf, house 37 Chesnut 

Shelton Stephen, h. 43 South 

Shelton Thomas J. & Stephen, pump and block makers, 
Forthill wharf and Sea, h. 92 Purchase 

Shelton William {Miller, S. & Co.), h. 8 Hartford place 

Shepard {Edwin), Oliver {Sam'l W. A.) & Co. type- 
founders, 3 Water. S.'s h. rear 690 Washington 

Shepard George T. coachman, h. 41 Fayette 

Shepard Green, soda room, Franklin av. h. r. 45 Cambr. 

Shepard James, clerk, h. 33 Chambers 

Shepard Mary, 468 Washington 

Shepard Nath'l T. clerk, h. 16 Custom H. st. h. 85 Charter 

Shepard Preston, innkeeper, Bromfield House, Bromfield 

Shepard Walter B. watchmaker, 125 Hanover 

Shepard Thomas R. h. 4th street near D st. 

Shepherd Joseph, laborer, h. opposite 38 Bedford 

Shepherd R. D. merchant, h. Tremont House 

Shepherd Susan, widow, Church 


Shepley Henry, mariner, h. 162 Purchase 

Shepley {Luke) & Wright {Mbert 7'.), printers, 32 Cong., 

Sherburne John, cabinetmaker, N. Hanover court 

Sherburne John, Canal Hotel, 91 Pond 

Sherburne Jos. M. hat store, 42 Washington, h. 7 Oak 

Sherburne Reuben B. Cooper 

Sheridan James, handcartnian, h. 211 Hanover 

Sheridan Owen, laborer, Merrimac 

Sheridan William, carpenter, h. 10 1-2 Pleasant 

Sherman Asa, baker, 10 South Margin 

Sherman Ebenezer, housewright, rear Broadway 

Sherman Elizabeth, widow, 177 Hanover 

Sherman Joseph, grain measurer, rear 133 Hanover 

Sherman Hannah, widow, 11 Pitts 

Sherman Nathaniel, housewr't, Hawley, h.26 Pinckney 

Sherman Thomas, clerk, 4 Bartlett 

Sherwin George W. fruit, 7 Faneuil Hall, h. 33Stillman 

Sherwin Richard, printer, 18 Cross 

Shirley Eph. dry goods, 103 Hanover, h. 39 Salem 

Shirwin George, li(»usewright, h. Kennard's avenue 

Shirlock Martin C. shipwright, h. rear 150 Purchase 

Shillaber Benj. P. printer, h. Court r. Tudor's building 

Shillaber Daniel, h. 12 Crescent place 

Shimmin Win. merchant, 34 Long wf. h. 4 Bowdoin sq. 

Shipley Horatio, attorney, 33 Court 

Shipley Joel, mason, 39 Myrtle 

Shipley Thomas, laborer, 201 Ann 

Shipley S. G. baker. Union 

Shipsey Edward, laborer, 106 Commercial 

Sholes John, rigger, Lewis's wharf, h. 11 Hull 

Shorey John, dry goods, 191 Washington, h. 3 Province 

Shorey Timothy, laborer, 131 Hanover 

Shorfenburg Peter, Battery 

Short Moses, housewright, 73 Elliot 

Short , housewright, Robinson lane 

Shumway Nelson {Blood <^ 6.), boards 11 Orange 
Shumway Willard A. {Adams «^'5.), boards 11 Elm 
ShurtlcfF Benjamin, physician, L34 Tremont 
Shurtleff Nathaniel B. physician, h. 134 Tremont 
ShurtlefFSamuel A. physician, Pemberton hill, Tremont 
Shute Caleb B. Mass. Sabbath School Union, 47 Corn- 
hill, house rear 97 Salem 
Shute Daniel, teamster, h. 711 Washington 
Shute David, housewright, h. 149 Hanover 
Shute Ebenezer, constable, h. Leveret court 


Shute Ebenezer, jr. caulker and graver, 332 Ann 

Sibley Charles, ferryman, 6 Unity court 

Sibley Henry, mus. insl. 190 Tremont, h. 1 Foster pi. 

Sibley J. B. See Cliadbourn & S. 

Sibley Jonas L., U. S. Marshal, 20 Court, h. 7 Avon pi. 

Siders Sally, widow, 425 Washington 

Siders Susannah, school, Essex near Washington 

Sigourney Daniel A. cashier Washington Bank 

Sigourney Elizabeth, widow of Andrew, 25 N. Russell 

Sigourney Henry, merch. 47 India wf h. 1 Hartford pi. 

Sigourney Mary, widow of Charles, 9 Avon place 

Signy James, boarding house, 79 North square 

Sikes John {Johnson, S. & Roberts), li. 35 Salem 

Silloway Lucy, widow, h. 14 Vine 

Silloway John A. broker, 26 Exchange, h. Jenkins place 

Silloway James, provision store. North Margin 

Silsbee Mary, 3 Newbury place 

Simes Joseph. See J. McGregor & Co. 

Simmons Benjamin, brassfounder, h. 7 Cross 

Simmons Benjamin, miller. Friend, h. 5 Leveret 

Simmons David A. counsellor, 20 Court 

Simmons George A. See Kidder «fe S. 

Simmons George W. & B. F. dry goods, 32 Dock square^ 

house 13 Franklin 
Simmons Hannah, widow, 25 Essex 
Simmons Israel D. housewright, rear 3d street 
Simmons John, clothing, 51 N. Market, h. 17 Stamford 
Simmons Joseph, pump & block maker, h. 1 Salutation 
Simmons Nancy, h. Essex near Short n u- u 

Simmons Seth, housewright, rear Charles, h. 9 High 
Simmons Thomas. See Urrok & S. 
Simmons Valentine, clothing, 37 Merchants row, h. 177 

Simmons W. & G. W. clothes, 36 Ann, h. 9b Court 
Simmons Wm. jus. P. Court, 31 Court, h. 51 Pinckney 
Simonds Alvan, dry goods. Turnpike, house do. 
Simonds Catharine, boarding, 143 Court 
Simonds Henry C. attorney, house 18 Chambers 
Simonds Horatio N. house rear Pinckney 
Simonds John, livery stable, 9 N. Russell 
Simonds John H. tailor, 5 Congress, h. 56 High 
Simonds Joseph, dry goods, 265 Wash. h. 59 Cambridge 
Simonds Josiah, 3 N. Market, h. 20 Richmond 
Simonds Luke, cordwainer, 40 Portland, h. Friend 


Simonds Shepherd, clothing, 3 N. Market, h. 18 Cham-i 

bers. See advertisement 
Simonds {Stillman) & Tyler (Msa), boots and shoes^ 

Travers cor. Merrimac 
Simonds Thomas E. teamster, h. Beverly 
Simonds William, grocer, 55, house 59 Cambridge 
Simonds William, jr. dry goods, 57 Cambridge 
Simpkins (John) & Jones (Prescott), leather, 22 Broad. 

Simpkins's house 6 Howard :i 

Simpkins Samuel G, bookseller, 79 Court, boards 6' 

Howard. See advertisement 
Simpson Benjamin, mariner, rear 96 Purchase 
Simpson Daniel, stabler, 444 Washington, house do, 
Simpson David, rigger, house Spear alley 
Simpson David, cordwainer, h. rear 339 Washington 
Simpson David, jr. painter, boards 42 Sea 
Simpson James, laborer, rear Friend 
Simpson John K., 1 Ann, h. 12 Bulfinch 
Simpson John K. jr. feathers, 1 Ann, h. 12 Bulfinch 
Simpson Maria M., 16 Elliot 
Sinf^pson Joshua T. lobsterman, h. rear 83 Sea 
Simpson Michael H. merchant, 53 India wf. h. Cook ct. 
Simpson Thomas, broker, 14 Exchange, h. 57 Belknap 
Simpson Warren, cordwainer, house 1st street 
Simpson (Wrn. M.) & Harrington {Eph. S.), crockery 

ware, 166 Washington. S.'s h, 1 Columbia 
Sim8 Charles, paperhanger, Fayette near Jefferson 
Simms John, hat manufactory, 59 Commercial 
Simms John, hatter, house 12 Hollis 
Sinclair Arthur, rigger, rear 89 Broad 
Sinclair Elizabeth, dressmaker, 1 West 
Sinclair Thomas, brassfounder, h. 6 Margaret 
Sinclair William, boarding house, 127 Broad 
Singleton Charles G. laborer, 18 Myrtle 
Singleton Samuel, pumpmakcr, house Deacon 
Singleton Thomas, mastmaker, 95 Charter 
Sinnot Arthur, housewright, opposite 80 Tremont 
Sinnot Thomas, laborer, 60 I'urchase 
Sivadie Eliza, widow of John, 47 Temple 
Sivadie Mary S. milliner. Court, h. 47 Temple 
Skelton Eunice, milliner, Hancock 
Skerry Clarissa, h. 6 Atkinson 
Skerry Edward A. H. mason, 15 Stiliraan 
Skerry George W. jeweller, rear 87 Wash. h. 15 Stillman 
Skidmore Catharine, widow, Front near Castle 


Skilton Matthew, 22 Long wharf 

Skilton S. P. teller State Bank 

Skirnminffs VVm. provisions, cor Elliot and Warren, h. 

102 Warren 
Skinner Alvah, watchmaker, 42 Merchants row 
Skinner Benj. H. (Hayden & S.), h. 52 Temple 
Skinner B. Hurd. See Fessenden, Thompson & Co. 
Skinner Dorcas, widow, boarding, 94 Purchase 
Skinner Elias, jr. tailor, 51 Wash. h. 10 Montgomery pi. ' 
Skinner Francis & Co. {fV. S. Lincoln & H. K. Horton)^ 

American goods, 23 and 25 Central 
Skinner J. F. See Hurd, Hutchins & S. 
Skinner Lucian, teller Commonwealth B. h. 52 Temple 
Skinner {Noah K.) & True {Wm. M.), tailors, 29 Mer- 
chants row. Skinner's house Carrol place 
Skinner (Wm. S.) &Deblois (Gert. L.),merch'ts, 46 India 
Skinner Wm. S. agent for Lloyd's, Liverpool and Glas- 
gow Ins. offices, 46 India, b'ds at Exchange C. H. 
Skinner William H. See Stanley, Reed & Co. 
Slack Lewis, 15 Boylston market 
Slack Ruggles, clerk, house 6 Province 
Slade Alfred, boards 10 Mount Vernon 
Slade John & Wm. J. housewt's, 81 Portland, h 5 Minot 
Slade John,jr. (Lambert ^ S), h. 10 Mount Vernon - 
Slade Nancy, widow, rear 200 Washington 
Slade Rob'rt (C. L. Brigkam ^Co.), h. 1 Church n. Piedm. 
Slade W. J. housewright, h. rear 30 Chambers 
Slater John, boarding house, 3 Morton place 
Slater William, machinist, h. 94 Ann 
Sleeper Jacob, clerk, 7 Congress sq. h. 12 Montgom. pL 
Sleeper John S. ed. Mercantile Journal, h. 9 Bulfinch 
Sleeper Mary, widow, house 1 lieach 
Sloan Jacob D. hackman, house 11 Howard 
Sloan Joseph, coachman, house rear 115 Tremont 
Sloan Sarah R. dressmaker and milliner, 67 Pleasant 
Slocomb Thomas. See W. H. Milton <& Co 
Sloper (M. .'i.) & Rimmer (E.), milliners, 194 Wash. 
Sluggelt Mary, dressmaker, JO Bedford 
Small Benjamin (Crosby &r S.), h. 8 South Cedar 
Small Sarah, widow, h. 74 Purchase 
Smalley Isaac, painter, house rear 17 Canal 
SmdIIidge Jeremiah, painter, 55 Milk, h, 6 Avery 
Smallidge Samuel, housewright, rear 89 Broad 
Smart Samuel, laborer, 105 Broad 
Smith Aaron, auctioneer, house Church 


Smith Abel, hatter, house 1 South Foster place 
Smith {Migall) & Harrington (£.), boarding. 8 Pearl 
Smith Abner, jr. grocer, head Smith's vvf. h. Battery 
Smith A. G. See Taber & S. 
Smith Albert W. (Safford & S.), h. 66 Essex 
Smith Alexander E. housewright, house 8 Vine 
Smith Allen, blacksmith, h. 56 Congress 
Smith Alvah, painter, house 16 Green 
Smith Amasa G. house Broadway 

Smith Andrew {Webber & -S'.), house Oliver near High 
Smith Ann, widow, 20 Carver 
Smith Anihony, clothing, 251 Ann 
Smith Aphia, dressmaker, rear 2 Plymouth place 
Smith Archibald, h. Ann 

Smith Benjamin {Dexter &/■ S.), house 5 Sheafe 
Smith Caroline, widow of captain William, h. 62 Salem 
Smith Catharine, nurse, opposite 7 Norfolk place 
Smith Catharine S. widow of Amos, Sister c. Williams 
Smith Charles, com. mer. 65 Broad, house Vernon 
Smith Charles, house rear 9 Leveret 
Smith Charles, 247 Ann 

Smith Charles C. housowright, house 41 Poplar 
Smith Charles W. d'k, VVash. cor. Bromf h. 80 Temple 
Smith Cyrus, house Wheeler's court 
Smith Daniel, laborer, rear 42 Salem 
Smith Daniel C, 127 F. Hall market, h. Fulton court 
Smith Daniel D. editor Universalist and Ladies' Reposi- 
tory, 32 Cornhill, h. 5 Tremont near Pleasant 
Smith Daniel G. hairdresser, 50 Union 
Smith D. D. barber, Clinton 

Smith David, machinist, house rear 122 Hanover 
Smith David W. groceries. 25 Cambridge, h. 19 Hancock 
Smith Donald, clerk, house 2 Avery place 
Smith Dustan K. mason, Canal 
Smith Ebenezer, Merrimac, house 12 Green ' 

Smith Edmund, provisions, Hanover corner Fleet 
Smith Edmund M. truckman, 3d street 
Smith Edw'd, shipwright, Commercial n. Henchman lane 
Smith Ehas, physician, 54 High « 

Smith Eliza, widow, 33 South Russell 
Smith Elizabeth N. house Bridge street avenue 
Smith Francis, Commercial, near Hanover 
Smith Franklin, baker, 14 Hawkins 
Smith George, printer, house Williams court 
Smith Geo. G. engr. cor. Wash. tSo»Franklin, h.l07Purch. 


Smith George M. house 21 South Bennet 
Smith Geo. W. grocer, 101, h. 196 Hanover 
Smith Green, soda, 39 N. Market, h. 144 Hanover 
Smith Hannah, boarding house, 3 Cornhill court 
'Smith Hannah, widow, Clark 

Smith {Henry) & Gore {Watson), hosiery, 150 Wash. 
Smith Henry, house Pine 

Smith Henrv, captain, h. 4th street corner F street 
Smith Henry, hatter, rear 559 Wash, boards 10 Tremont 
Smith Henry B. counsellor, house 2 Franklin place 
Smith Hilliard, cabinetmaker, h. 10 Ash 
Smith Hiram, 15 Lyman place 

Smith Horatio N. painter, 3 Scollay's build'gs, h. 9 Brattle 
Smith Hyman J. stonecutter, rear East 
Smith Hugh, Turnpike near 4th sireet 
Smith Isaac W.,74 State, bds at Kilburn's Coff. House 
Smith Ilhamer, cordwainer, South Foster place 
Smith {J. Ji.) & Brooks {W. C), W. I. goods, 53 Com- 
mercial. Smith's house 2 Vernon 
Smith Jacob, furnituie, 8, house 12 Milk 
Smith {Jas. IV.) & Bigelow {Elijah), flour, 33 Commer. 
Smith Jeremiah, housewright, Mt. Vernon, h. 64 Belknap 
Smith Jeremiah P. painter, house 8 N. Russell 
Smith J. V. C. quarantine physician, office City Hall 
Smith John, Charlestown 
Smith John, stevedore. Battery 
Smith John, housewright, house rear 119 Pleasant 
Smith John, bookbinder, house 130 HanOver 
Smith John, Bartlett's wf. h. Commercial near Foster 
Smith John, painter, house 2 Lowell place 
Smith John, laborer, Commercial near Ann 
Smith John, laborer, 66 Elliot 
Smith John, housewright, 123 Charles 
Smith John H. house Pine 
Smith John R. house 3 Cornhill square 
Smith Jonas W. dentist, house 35 Leveret 
Smith Joseph, house 25 Second 

Smith Joseph, house 51 Portland ^ , ,,^ „ ^ 

Smith Joseph B. com. mer. 13 Foster's wf. h. 145 Purch. 
Sfnith Joseph E. counsellor, house 130 Pleasant 
Smith Jos. M. & Co. {Then. Dunn), druggists, 138 Wash. 
Smith Joseph P. baker, house 18 Washington place 
Smith Joseph T. house 2 Brighton 
Smith Joshua R., W. I. goods, 179 Ann 
Smith Judith, widow, 24 street 


Smith Laban M. merchant, house Gorham place , 

Smith L. G. See Peiice & S. 

Smith Leonard F. victualler, Broad op. Arch wf. housef 

145 Purchase 
Smith Leonard, house 145 Purchase 
Smith Lewis, truckman, house 41 Prince 
Smith Lorenzo G. (Peirce & S.), h. Henchman lane 
Smith Lucy, house Commercial near Greenough lane 
Smith Lucv W. house rear Unitv 
Smith Lydia, dressmaker, Piedmont cor. Church 
Smith Lydia, widow, 21 Soutii Bennet 
Smith Mace, coroner, boarding, Broadway 
Smith Maria, widow of Joel, Castle near Middlesex 
Smith Marshall, house 19 Somerset 
Smith Maria, confectionary, Essex near Washington 
Smith Martha, nurse, Commercial near Ann 
Smith Marfin, undertaker. Spring lane, h. 14 Prospect 
Smith Mary, widow, Newbern place 
Smith Mary S., English goods, Purchase corner Pearl 
Smith Mary L. widow, 53 Warren 
Smith Mary, widow, rear 63 Elliot 
Smith Mary Ann, widow, 9 Franklin place 
Smith (Melancthon), Blanchard {F. H.) & Co. (T. ^. 

Sumner), dry g'ds, 115 Wash. S.'s h. 6 Oak place 
Smith Michael, moulder, 4fh street near Turnpike 
Smith Mighill, 14 Washington place 
Smith Moses, truckman, house 8 W. Centre 
Smith Nancy, widow, house rear 11 Short 
Smith Nancy, widow, 3 Bedford place 
Smith Nathaniel, stonecutter, house 84 Sea 
Smith Nathaniel, grocer, 71 Long wharf, h. 31 Salem 
Smith Nathaniel P captain, house Oliver cor. High 
Smith Nathaniel P., W. L goods. Milk, h. 51 High 
Smith Orlando, VV. L goods, 1 Sea cor. Summer 
Smith Pamelia F. boarding housp, 34 Federal 
Smith Perez, provisions. City market 
Smith Phebe, widow of Adam, 83 Elliot 
Smith Pliny, provisions, cor. Hi<ih and Atkinson, h. do. 
Smith Ralph, agent N. E. GlassBottle Co.,*118 State 
Smith (RiclCd) & Stetson (C'/f?fteni!),houswrights, Black- 
stone, house South Margin 
Smith Sally, house rear 26 Belknap 
Smith Sally G. nurse, 73 Warren 
Smith Samuel, chair painter, 7 Temple 
Smith Samuel, collector, h. 16 Province H. court 



Smith Samuel R. boards 21 Leveret 
Smith Sam'l J. H. pocUetbook mak. 2 Milk, h. 22 Cross 
Smith Sarah, school, Greenouirh lane 
Smith Sarah, widow of Bonjamin, 73 Purchase 
Smith Sarah, widow of Richard R. h. 3 Madison place 
Smith Simeon, mason, Sudbury square 
Smith Simeon VV. housewright, 25 W. Second 
Smith Standfast, widow, 73 Summer 
Smith Stephen, cab. mak. Wilson lane, h. 21 Atkinson 
Smith Stephen, provisi(ms, 100 Hanover, h. 17 Salem pi- 
Smith Susan, widow, Piedmont near Pleasant 
Smith Tliomas, rear 122 Hanover 
Smith Thomas P. clerk, house 24 Allen 
Smith Thomas, laborer, south 752 Washington 
Smith Thomas C. merchant, 86 State, h. 28 Green 
Smith Thomas S. captain, house 97 Purchase 
Smith Tolman G. ^ Co. (//. Jenkins), paint's, 8 N.Mark. 
Smith Uriali, typefounder, h Carroll place 
Smith Wiilard, laborer, house W. Centre 
Smith William H. comedian, house Cook court 
Smith William O. clerk, house 21 S. Bennet 
Smith William, collector, house 8 Portland 
Smith William, cooper, 18 Fleet 
Smith William, mason, house rear 7 Charles 
Smith William, shoes, 42 Union, house 24 Allen 
Smith William, waterman, C street 
Smith William, rigger, house Gibbs lane 
Smith William, laborer. Silver 
Snaith Frances, widow of William, 1 Hawley 
Snaith Richard, cordvvainer, house 16 N. Russell 
Snelling Anna Mary, school, Hull 
Siielling Edward A. house 4 W. Cedar 
Snelling Enoch H. glazier, 85 Ann, h. 104 Salem 
Snelling Ephraim, shipwright. Commercial 
Snelling George H. attorney, 10 Court, h. Hancock av. 
Snelling (Jo/m) & Dillaway ( rFm.); caulkers and ship- 

wriglits, Hancock wf. Snelling's house 60 Salem 
Snelling John VV. clerk, house 116 Salem 
Snelling Jonathan, teacher Hiiih School, h. 4 W. Cedar 
Snelling Nath'l G. Pros. Mass. F. M. Ins. Co. h. 116 Salem 
Snelling Nathaniel P. tailor, 10 Congress, h. Vine 
Snelling Samuel, h. 1 Hancock av. 1st door from Beacon 
Snow Asa B. physician, 132 Hanover 
Snow Caleb H. physician, house 56 Myrtle 
Snow David & Co. {S. Eldredgc)^ W. I. goods, 9 City wf. 


Snow Ephraim, house 12 Sheafe 

Snow Ephraim L. wood, Dawes's wf. h. 19 Leveret 

Snow Gideon, merchant, 24 Long wharf, h. 33 Chesnut ' 

Snow Heman, laborer, 30 Slillman 

Snow Hezekiah H. mariner, 2 Pond 

Snow Horatio G. furn. cor. Cong. & Water, h. 49 Spring 

Snow Isaac, huusewright, h. rear 96 Warren 

Snow (Isaac) & Gate {Ammon), bar, 14 Fulton. Snow's 

house 19 Gibbs lane 
Snow James, painter, house 23 Myrtle 
Snow John M., 13 Long wharf 
Snow Larkin & Son (Ephraim L.), wood wharf, Dawes's 

wharf, 19 Leveret 
Snow Martin, truckman, 91 Merrimac 
Snow Philip, housewright, house rear 108 Cambridge 
Snow Prince, coro. & dep. sheriff, 38 Court, h. 12 Hawk. 
Snow Sarah, widow of Joseph, house 32 Chambers 
Snow Sarah, nurse, 11 Unity 

Snow Tho'Sj wine mer. 21 Merchants row, h.82 Temple 
Snow William, painter, 14 Franklin, h. 100 Charles 
Snow Zenas (Dodd & S.), house 3 Unity 
Sohier Edward D. attorney, 17 Court, h. 8 Franklin pi. 
Soliier William D. counsellor, 40 State, h. 8 Franklin pi. 
«oley J. J. 49 State 
Solis Mary, widow, Hanover avenue 
Soil Caspar, housewright, h. 72 Charles 
Somerby Andrew D. machinist, h. 44 Green 
Somerby Horatio G. painter, Spring lane, h. 3 Salem pi. 
Somerby Thomas, 3 Salem place 
Somers Samuel F. housewright, h. 30 Short 
Somes Edward, cooper, h. 8 Oliver 
Soper Mary Francis, 10 Washington place 
Sortor John, shoemaker, h. l^iedmont 
Soren George S. clerk, 403 VVa.shington, boards 274 do. 
Sorcn J. J. telhir Washington Bank 
Soule Richard (John Brotcn <^ Co.), h. 40 Chambers 
Southack F. W. clerk, 103 Milk 
Southack Francis, baker, 66 Cambridge 
Southard Nathaniel. Sne Webster & S, 
Southard (Ziheon) & Steele (Julius C), W. L goods, 

63 Purchase. Southard's house 64 Purchase 
Souther Ezekiel, housewright, h. Pinckney n. Charles 
Souther Isaiah, housewright, 37 Temple 
Souther Job, shipwright, 3d street near Dorchester 
Souther Job T. joiner, h. 4th street 



Souther Natlmnit>l {Lane & S.), h. rear 44 Essex 
Souther William, bookbinder, 96 State, h. Minot 
South^ate (Lyman), Blake (James H) & Co. (Francis- 

Jidams), dry goods, 6 Kilby. S.'s h. 11 Beacon 
Southvvick Joseph, leather, 20 N. Market, h. 36 High 
Southvvorth Clarina, widow, 14 Short 
South worth (Constant) & Nutter (Mark), victuallers^ 

1 Long wharf 
Soward John, rigger, house rear 123 Broad 
Sowdon John, intell. office, Court square, h. Alden court 
Spade William, tinplale worker, Ti? Union 
Spalding Benj., W. I. goods, 37 Hanover, h. 20 Pinckney 
Sparhawk Lucia K. instructress, 5 Hollis 
Sparhavvk (Stearns) & Buckman (J. C), curriers, 7 Nortb 

side Fancuil Hall. S.'s house Harvard place 
Sparrell John T. hats, 6 Market square, h. Temple 
Sparrell William, architect, 64 Cornhill, h. 22 Myrtle 
Sparrow Mary, boarding, 23 Williams 
Spaulding B. Prescott & Solomon R. leather, 28 Broad, 

B. P. S. boards Cooper , 

- Spaulding Benjamin, oysters, 52 (Jnion 
Spaulding Elbridge G. house Lancaster 
Spaulding (Lco««7'<;^) &, Hayden (Otis), wood, Poplar. 

Spaulding's house 61 Leveret 
Spaulding Solotnon, collector, house rear 61 Charter 
Sp iulding Solomon R. (B. P. S^ S. R. S.), h. 1 Federal ct, 
Spaulding William, cordwainer, h. Bumslead court 
Spaulding (Z.P.) «& Jacobs (Geo. 6'.), grocery, Merrimae 

corner Portland. S.'s house 36 Friend 
Spavin Robert, captain, rear 181 Hanover 
Spear Abigail S. school, south 752 Washing, h. 843 do. 
Spear Benjamin A. typefounder, h. Greenough lane 
Spear Edward, tallowchandler, h. 1 Blake's court 
Spear Eliza, widow, 6 Charter 
Spear Elizabeth, widow of Samuel, h. rear 59 Ann 
Spear Eliza O. 2 Orange court 
Spear Harriet, widow, 274 Washington 
Spear James, cooper. Front, house 45 do. 
Spear James E. paper stainer, h. Batiery 
Spear John L broker, 7 Exchange, h. 47 Federal 
Spear Mary, widow, 15 Essex 
Spear Nancy, widow, opposite 4 Columbia 
Spear Samuel, teamster, h. 5 Orange lane 
Spear Samuel A. pump and blockmaker, 240 Hanover 
Spear Warren, blacksmith, house 15 Essex 


Spear William A. stonecutter, h. 3d st. near Old Road 

Spear William M. printer, h. rear 26 Congress 

S(>ear Wm. T. cordwainer, 30 Congress, h. 57 1-2 Prince 

Spence John {Moses Pond S/- Co.), h. Bowdoin place 

Spencer Hobart, mason, h. 3 Sturgis place 

Spencer Job, coachmaUer, h. 3 Harvard court 

Spencer Mary, 9 North Margin 

Spencer Robert B. tailor, 6 State, h. 3 Sewall place 

Spencer Ebenezer, mason, North Margin 

Spencer W^arren, truckman, 28 Salem 

Spiller Moses, India wharf, h. rear Broadway 

Spinney George, housewr't, 4 Distil-h. sq. h. 10 Myrtle 

Spinney Harriet, sempstress, house 20 Lincoln 

Spinney Tiiomas, printer, h. C street 

Spooner Lydia, widow, 32 Chanjbers 

Spooner Sherlock, cabinetmaker, 581, h. 501 Washington 

Spooner William B. clerk, house 32 Chambers 

Spooner William, physician, 2 Barton 

Spooner Wm. B. leather & hides, 33 Broad, h. 10 Bulfinch 

Spose Bartholomew, boatman, Battery 

Sprague Charles, cashier Globe Bank, h. 25 Boylston 

Sprague Deborah, widow, 16 Bennet 

Sprague G. J. 19 India, house 583 Washington 

Sprague John, Tremont corner Jefferson 

Sprague Joseph, tailor, 386 Washington, h. 46 Essex 

Sprague Margaret, widow, Barry's wiiarf 

Sprague Mary, straw bonnet manufacturer, 95 Cambridge 

Sprague Matthew, housewright, rear Broadway 

Sprague Peleg, coimsellor, 17 Court, h. 46 Chesnut 

Sprague Perez, laborer, 74 Purchase 

Sprague Phineas & Seth, merchants, 13 Commercial wf. 

P. Sprague's house 15 Milk 
Sprague Reuben O. staiibuilder, h. 23 Myrtle 
Sprague Samuel, bricklayer, 583 Washington 
Sprague Stephen, chaisemaker, house Merrimac 
Sprague William, wood wharfinger, Bull's wf. h. 35 High 
Sprague William W. bookbinder, 16 Bennet 
Spring I. H. See Cary & S. 

Spurr William, gilder, h. Commercial opposite Gray's wf. 
Stabbs William, laborer, boards rear 77 Purchase 
Stack pole Charles, hatter, house 50 Tremont 
Stackpole Reuben M. currier, 801 Washington, h. Arnold 
Stacy George, printer, house 1 Spring street court 
Stacy Joseph H. laborer, h. 2 Vine 
Stacy John, grocer, 47, house 43 Essex 


Stacy Polly, widow, 216 Ann 

Slacy William R. refreshments, Province, h. Hawkins 

Stafford Edward G. accountant, 26 Joy's building 

Standish James, mason, boards 40 Federal 

Standish Mary, widow, 1 Barre place 

Standish Miles, mason, boards 40 Federal 

Standish Moses, housewright, Front, house 3 Suffolk 

Stanford Joanna A. widow, h. 89 Mt. Vernon 

Staniels Hazen, collector, 8 Piedmont 

Staniels J. P. grain and meal, n. Warren Bridge, boards 
145 Court 

Stanley {Giiman), Reed (Josiah) &■ Co. (IV. H. Skinner), 
W. I. goods and commis. merchants, 10 City wharf 

Stanton Barbara C. widow, house Casile 

Stanton (Francis), Nichols (Thaddeus,jr.) & Whitney 
(Israel), merch. 19 Central wf S.'s h. Winthrop pi. 

Stanton James, mariner, 16 Bennet 

Stanwood Lemuel, 22 Beacon 

Stanwood Samuel, painter, rear 28 Pleasant 

Stanwood William, house Williams corner Atkinson 

Staples George, 99 Faneuil Hall market, h. 8 Centre 

Staples Isaac, house 4 Acorn 

Staples J. N. & Isaac, wine merchants, City Hall 

Staples James N. house corner Gridley and Purchase 

Staples (John) & Nichols (R. Whellen), tailors and dra- 
pers, 3 Congr(3ss square. S.'s h. 101 Washington 

Starbird Nathaniel VV. tailor, 31 Dock sq. h. 9 Salem pi. 

Stark Anna, widow, Battery 

Stark James, house 4 Williams court 

Stark John S. laborer, 164 Hanover 

Stark Joseph, tailor, 43 Congress 

Starkweather Mary G. widow, h 19 Tremont n. Wash. 

Starret William, ironfounder, h. Distil-house square 

Stearns Amos F.,junk shop, op. 60 Purchase, h. 80 do. 

Stearns Asa, W. I. goods, Commercial near Hanover 

Stearns Charles, mes. Tremont Bank, h. Congress court 

Stearns {Charles H.) & Pulsifer (Thomas P.), grocers, 
Commercial corner Ann 

Stearns Curtis & Elijah, grocers, Salem corner Piince 

Stearns Curtis, house 78 Salem 

Stearns Eckley, 53 Faneuil Hall market 

Stearns Elijah, house 63 Prince 

Stearns G. & H. «& Co. (/. B. Fitch), shipchandlers, 10 
Commercial wharf, h. 4 Bowdoin 

Stearns G. L. house 4 Bowdoin 


Stearns Hannah, widow, house Merrimac 

Stearns H. cap manufact. 2 ScoIIay's build, h. 1 Central ct. 

Stearns H. L. house 4 Bowdoin 

Stearns Jacob, merchant, Green corner Gouch 

Stearns James VV. distiller, house 12 Carver 

Siearns Jesse, fruit, 2G Union 

Stearns John (Parks y Blackburn ^ Co.), h. 55 Beacon 

Stearns John, cartman, Leveret court 

Stearns Simon, W. I. goods, 8 India, h. 2 Sullivan place 

Stearns Thomas, ] Central court 

Stearns Timothy D. truckman, 6 Leveret 

Stearns {Wm.) & Crosby (Loawmi), W. I. goods, 134 

State. Stearns's house 15 Staniford 
Stearns William, mason, h. rear 43 Federal 
Siearns William G. counsellor, 4 Court 
Stebbins C. F. pumpmaker, Otis's wharf, h. rear 89 Sea 
Stebbins J. B. physician, Broadway near Dorchester 
Slebbins Judah, barber, 31 Chambers, house rear 
Stebbins Roderick, house rear Cross near Hanover 
Stebbins Samuel, pumpmaker, Otis's wf h. 106 Purchase 
Stebbins Thomas H. pumpmaker, h. 10 Pleasant st. court 
Stedman Benjamin S. 87 Washington, house 2 May 
Stedman Charles, printer, ]3 Marshall 
Stedman Eliza, widow, 13 Marshall 
Stedman Eliza Ann, widow of Elijah, h. 11 Fleet 
Stedman John, 87 Washington, house 2 May 
Stedman Josiah, jr. (Talhot fy S.), h. 9 Elm 
Stedman Walter, 6 Otis place 
Stedman Wm M. & Co. (Joseph ^. White), W, L goods, 

438 Washington. Stedman's house Kneeland 
Steele Charles, housewright, boards GO Pleasant 
Steele Coral and Frederick, board 20 La Grange place 
Steele Gurdon, cashier North Bank, h. 3 N Brighton 
Steele Julius C. (Southard &, S.), house 117 Purchase 
Steel Robert, fruit, 26 Dock, hoards 34 Poplar 
Stephens Joseph, machinist, h. 17 S. Russell 
Stephenson Thomas, dep. sh'ffand jailor, h. Leveret 
Stetson Alpheus, ship joiner, Dorchester st. S. Boston 
Stetson Caleb, shoes, 10 Broad, h. 28 La Grange place 
Stetson Charles A. h. 15 Somerset place 
Stetson Clement. See Smith & S. 
Stetson John, 8 Tileston 

Stetson Joshua & Co. (Lebhciis S.), dry g'ds, 85 Hanov. 
Stetson (Lebbeus) & Goodwin (Joseph), lumber, Com- 
mercial. S.'s house 69 Hanover 


Stetson Sarah, milliner, 69 Hanover 

Stetson William, shipwright, h. A street 

Stevens Abraham L. smith, Fulton, h. 116 Salem 

Stevens A. L. jr. See Pratt & S. 

Stevens Amos, bal. fac.5 South side Faneuil Hall 

Stevens Annas, widow, opposite bU Tremont 

Stevens Benjamin, merchant, 595 Wash. h. 40 Pleasant 

Stevens B. Franklin, chairs, 113 Cambr. h. 60 Myrtle 

Stevens Benj.imin W. (Lciois & S.), h. 5 Bradford place 

Stevens Charles. See David Carter & Co. 

Stevens Caroline A. widow of Charles, 1 Stillman place 

Stevens Collins (D. Carte?- & Co.), h. 3 May place 

Stevens Ebenezer, physician, 13 Long wf h. Broadway 

Stevens Edward L. {liridge & S.), house 3 Arch 

Stevens Eliza, nurse, 1 Elliot court 

Stevens Eliza, widow of Ebenezer, 48 Orange 

Stevens Elizabeth, 54 Prince 

Stevens Geo. cordwainer, h. Garden cor. Southac 

Stevens Gideon, laborer, rear 13 Sea 

Stevens Hiram, 16 Pitts * 

Stevens {Isaac), Fisher (Francis) & Co. (Wm,. Parker), 

mer. 23 & 24 Central wf Stevens's h. 135 Trem. 
Stevens James, planemaker, 5, h. 6 Merrimac 
Stevens John, housewright, h. 6 W. Centre 
Stevens John, Sec. Common. Ins. Co. h. 683 Washington 
Stevens John H. printer, house 4th street 
Stevens Joseph, inspector of Customs, h. 77 Purchase 
Stevens Loriman G. See Howe & S. 
Stevens Luther, cop'pl. print. 6 Slate, h. r. 81 Mt. Vern. 
Stevens Samuel M. housewright, h. l^urnpike 
Stevens Seriah, chemical worker, h. Dorchester street 
Stevens Silas, provisions, op. 38 Federal, h. 24 do. 
Stevens Simeon, teamster, Cambridge 
Stevens William. See Leighton & S. 
Stevenson Andrew, rear 80 Tremont 
Stevenson Galen L. cabinetmaker, h. Canton r. Suffolk 
Stevenson J. Thomas, 35 Central wf h. 43 Chesnut 
Stevenson William, notary public, 51 State, boards at 

40 School 
Stevenson {William) & Dyer {Daniel Jl.), pumpmakers, 

head Foster's wharf S.'s house 2 Purchase 
Stewart Abigail, widow, h. Bridge street court 
Stewart Alexander, upholsterer, 32 Tremont. n. Wash. 
Stewart Andrew, stonecutter, house 56 Pond 
Stewart Adam, physician, house Washington cor. Lenox 


Stewart Edward, printer, h. Bridge street court 
Stewart Jabez, 16 Fleet 
t Stewart John, handcartman, h. MarJxet place 
Stewart John, housewright, h. 606 Washington 
Stewart Matthaw, moulder, Turnpike 
Stewart Robert H. upliolsterer, 32 Tremont, n. Wash. 
Stewart Thomas, cordwainer, Williams court 
Slickney Elizabeth T. widow, 23 S. Russell 
Stickney Joseph P. Eastern Stage House 
Stickney John, brassfo under, S. Margin 
Stickney Josiah, distillery, Front, W. I. goods, 16 India, 

h. 116 Tremont 
Stickney Prentiss, clerk, house 6 Orange lane 
Stickney Samuel, housewright, house 4th street 
Stickney Silas, jr. h. 16 Brighton 
Stickney {William) & Goodridge (Frederick), W. I. 

goods, 12 Chatham. Stickney's h. 2 Sewall place 
Stieger Conrad, sugar refiner, h. Short street court 
Stiles Moses, housewright, 13 Cross 
Still Lucy, widow, 2 Murray place 
Slillman Samuel (T. IV. Baldwin <^ Co.), b. 15 West 
Stimpson Abigail, widow, rear 42 Prince 
Stimpson Abigail, school, 1 Harvard, h. do. 
Stimpson Amelia, laundress, 85 Prince 
Stimpson Andrew B. bookbinder, h. rear 2d street 
Stimpson Charles, Sec. Amer. Ins. Co. h. South st. court 
Stimpson Charles, jr. bookseller and stationer, 72 Wash. 

house 20 Williams 
Stimpson Frederick H. boards 12 Leveret 
Stimpson H. & F. (Herbert H. &. Fred. H.), stove and 

tin ware manufactory, 127 State, h. 103 Purchase, 

See Advertisement on cover 
Stimpson Isaac H. bookbinder, boards South st. court 
Stimpson John, clerk to Directors House of Industry. 

Faneuil Hall, h. 32 Warren 
Stimpson Joseph, laborer, Broadway 
Stimpson Mary, widow, 47 Pleasant 
Stimpson Sarah, widow, 28 Purchase 
Stimpson William C. & Co. (Edw. Brinley,), druggists. 

3 south sideF. Hall, h. 12 Leveret 
Stimson Caleb, house 13 Avon place 
Stirason John, clerk, house 3 Orange place 
Stimson Lovet, dancing master, house 33 Allen 
Stirason Moses F. (Foster, Cowdin & Co.),h. 102 Warren 
Stimson Susan, ISBennet 


Stimson Samuel, house Elliot corner Barre place 

Stimson , brassfounder, 1 Murray place 

Stinson William, housewright, house 4 North JMargin 

St. John E, B. 86 State 

Stocker Anna R. boarding, 4 Tremont place 

Stocker John, upholsterer, 12 Bulfinch / 

Stocker Sarah, 1 West Cedar 

Stockman James, captain, house 43 Essex 

Stockman John, housewright, h.4 Haymarket place 

Stockwell Joseph, truckman, 8 Mechanic 

Stockwell Samuel, scene painter, boards 17 Franklin pL 

Stcddard Betsey, widow of Hezekiah, h. G4 Chesnut 

Stoddard Betsy, house G Garden 

Stoddard ('apen, instructer, 72 Bedford 

Stoddard Charles {Echoards & 5'.), house 3 Franklin 

Stoddard (David) & Hill (Jer.), commission merciiants, 

7 Central wharf, house Mt. Vernon 
Stoddard Erastus, blacksmith, house 110 Warren 
Stoddard Gridley, housewright, 32 Cambridge 
Stoddard Isaiah, housew't, Bumstead ct. h. 3 Fayette ct. 
Stoddard John, upholsterer, house 26 Short 
Stoddard John B. house 39 Friend 
Stoddard Lewis T. {Gordon & S.), house 7 Staniford 
Stoddard Thomas J. cordwainer, house 4 Battery 
Stodder Elizabeth, widow, 55 Charter 
Stodder Jacob F. tailor, 7 Congress sq. h. Pinckney 
Stodiier Joseph, surveyor, 6 Richmond 
Stodder R. H. (Thomas Tarbdl & Co.), house 3 Centre 
Stodder Samuel C. sailmaker, house 199 Hanover 
Stodder William P. barroom, 4 Hanover, house Leveret 
Stokes James, boarding house, 253 Ann 
Stokes James, mariner, house rear 110 Sea 
Stone Benj. T. & Sawyer S., dry goods, 317 Washing. 

house 40 Essex 
Stone (Daniel) &. White (Robert), wood, Cambridge. 

Stone's house 12 Charles 
Stone Dan'l P. dry g'ds, 26 Kilby, b'rds East. Stage Ho. 
Stone Ebenezer W clothing, 35 Brattle 
Stone Edwin, barroom, Merrimac 

Stone Henry B. Pres. Suffolk Bank, house 81 Temple 
Stone (J. £. j, Seaver (lYorman) & Bush (S. L.), dry 

goods, 19 Kilby. Stone's house 65 Belknap 
Stone John, pianoforte maker, )i.44 Fayette 
Stone John S. Rev. house Temple place 
Stone Joseph & Co. stable, 52 Hanover, house 1 Hull 


Stone Joshua, pianoforte maker, h. Essex n. Washington 

Stone Lewis, 8 Dock square 

Stone Lucy, widow, 30 School corner Province 

Stone Mary, 25 Pleasant 

Stone Martha and Margaret, laundresses, 4 Orange lane 

Stone Nathan, wheelwrigJit, Pond, h. North Margin 

Stone Nathan, prov. Parkman's mar. h. r. Ill Cambridge 

Stone Nathaniel, jr. dry goods, 381 Wash. h. 30 School 

Stone Otis F. &, Co. {Thomas Howe), grocers, 77, house 

101 Chambers 
Stone P. A. See Bonney & S. 
Stone (P. R. L.) & Crosby {Frederick), W. I. goods^ 

Charles corner Cambridge. Stone's h. 24 Bridge 
Stone Rhodolphus, h. 40 Brighton 
Stone Sawyer S. (J5. T. <^ S.'" S. Stone), house 40 Essex 
Stone Stephen S. innholder, City Tavern, Brattle 
Stone Thomas J. {Lecain & S.), house 4 Causeway 
Stone William W. {JV. 4^ S. Laivrence ^ S.) house 46 

Stone William, mariner, 4 Orange lane 
Storer David Humphreys, physician, 14 Winter 
Storer Robert B. merchant, 47 India wf. h. Hancock av. 
Story Franklin H. 20 Chesnut 
Storey John, glass cutter, rear C street 
Stove David, boarding house, Berry 
Stover Sylvester, house 48 Milk 
Stow Baron, Rev. 11 Sheafe 
Stow Edward, clerk, house 1 Bridge street court 
Stow John P. bookbinder, 240 Ann 
Stow Truman, w'd & coal, Packard's wf. h. 15 Gibbs la. 
Stowe Freeman {M. S. Lincoln & Co.), h. 2. Prov. H. ct. 
Stowell Charles, mason, house 33 South Russell 
Stowell Caleb, mason, Charles, corner Chesnut 
Stowell Jane, widow, 46 Pleasant 
Stowell John, painter, house 4G Pleasant 
Stowell Seth, constable, 6 Turnpike 
Stowell Thomas, machinist, 17 Tremont 
Stowers Benjamin, laborer, Blackstone 
Stowers James, house South Margin 
Strange Abiel, housewright, h. 49 Hancock 
Strand Christian, rigger, house 131 Broad 
Stratton Frederick, grocer, 1, house 3 George 
Stratton Frink, auctioneer, 5 Water, house 42 Spring 
Stratton John, W. L g'ds, 50 Central, h. 7 Sturgis place 
Strattoii Jonas, teamster, house 55 Pond 


Street Thomas, boarding house, 209 Ann 
Streeter Natiuin H. See G;i><e & S. 
Streeter Sally, widow, rear 585 Washington 
Streeter Sebastian, Rev. h. 202 Hanover 
Strong Abraham, refiner of wines, h. Harvard phace 
Strong Alexander, shoe store, 401 VVasli. b'ds Morton pi. 
Strong Charles D. bookbinder, 02 Cornhill, h. F st. 
Strong Louisa P. boarding, h. 130 Pleasant 
Strong VVoodbridge, physician, 18 Winter 
Stuart Arthur, ag't Bos.'and W. raid road, h. 1 JefFerson 
Stuart Esther E. dressmaker, 61 Cambridge 
Stuart Polly, widow, Tremont corner JetFerson 
Stuart Silas, clothing, Ann cor. Centre, h. 11 Centre 
Stuart Susan, widow, house 22 Richmond 
Stuart. See Stewart 

Stubbs Ebenezer, shipwright, Ann street court 
Studley Warren, housewright, boards 40 Federal 
Sturgis Elizabeth, widow ofUussell, 11 South 
Sturgis Harriet, house 101 Cambridge 
Sturgis Joseph C. cordwainer, 13 Howard, h. 43 Myrtle 
Sturgis William {Bnjant, S. & Co.), house 52 Summer 
Sturtevant Earl, 14 School 
Sturtevant William, 16 Long wharf 
St. Victor Roland, printer, house 106 Tremont 
Sullaway John, stagedriver, h. Bedford cor. Columbia 
Sullivan Daniel, boarding, 84 Broad 
Sullivan Daniel, 12 Slillman 
Sullivan Dennis, laborer, Hanover avenue 
Sullivan Dennis, laborer. Broad, opposite Maine wf. 
Sullivan James, stevedore, rear 12 Washington place 
Sullivan James, laborer, 153 Broad 
Sullivan James, machinist, h. rear 714 Washington 
Sullivan Jeremiah, blacksmith, house A street 
Sullivan Jeremiah, laborer, 104 Broad 
Sullivan John, laborer, 153 Broad 
Sullivan John, mariner, rear 63 Elliot 
Sullivan John O. laborer, Broad, opposite Maine wf. 
Sullivan John, house 102 Chambers 
Sullivan John J. pilot, house 2 Moon 
Sullivan (Jolin IV.) & Barbour (John JV.), raer. 25 Cora. 
Sullivan Michael, laborer, Gibbs lane 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer, 153 Broad ; another, r. 149 do. 
Sullivan Richard, house 1 Hancock av. c. Mt. Vern. pi. 
Sullivan Simon, gardener, h. 18 Myrtle 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, house rear 38 Court 


Sullivan William, counsellor, Court sq. h. 15 Chesnut 
Sumner Amos, tailor, 45 Brattle, h. North Grove 
Sumner Bradford, counsellor, 20 Com-t, h. 25 Hancock 
Sumner Cliarles, attorney, 4 Court, h. 20 Hancock 
Sumner Charles P. sherift', h. 20 Hancock 
Sumner E^bonezer, jr. 37 and 39 Fan. Hall market 
Sumner F. A. physician, 13 School 
Sumner Henry, house 20 Hancock 
Sumner Jesse, broker, 2 Exchange, h. 25 Chesnut 
Sumner Luther, housevvright, rear GGO Washington 
Sumner Timo. A. {Smith, Blanchard 4 f^o.), h. 36 Milk 
Sunks Anthony, laborer, CImmbers st. court 
Suter John, captain, 5 Avon place n- 

Sutherland George, jeweller, 17 Friend 
Sutherland George, jr. dry g'ds, Hanover corner Cross 
Sutton Catharine, Rubinson lane 

Sutton Enoch, watchmaker, 377 Washing, h. 10 Avery- 
Sutton Maria, milliner, 338 Washington 
Swain Darius, house Commercial near Board alley 
Swain Otis, boarding house, 09 Congress 
Swallow Asa, mason. Garden court 
Swan Abigail, widow, 4 Piedmont 
Swan Thomas, teller Columbian Bank 
Swan Thomas, housewright, G Bartlett 
Swasey J. H. {Buye.nton & 5.), boards 9 Elm 
Swasey Mary, widow of Joseph, boarding, 10 South 
Swasey Rufus, clerk, Portland corner Hanover 
Sweeney James, laborer, Broadway 
Sweeny John, laborer, Middlesex near Castle 
Sweeny John, laborer, 11 HamilKm 

Sweeny John, tobaccon. 14 S. Market, h. op. 37 S. Rus. 
Sweeny John, laborer, A street 
Sweney Charles, lighterman, house Sun court 
Sweney Dennis, lighterman, h. 1st st. near I street 
Sweney Lawrence, lighterman, Sun court 
Sweney Miles, lighterman, house Sun court 
Sweet Aaron, clerk, h. 10 Crescent place 
Sweet Charles E. house 10 Crescent place 
Sweet Elizabeth, North Margin 
Sweet Jabez, tailor, lu)upe 5 Centre 
Sweet James S. watchmaker, 8G Ann, h. 5 Centre 
Sweet (John H.) & Roberts (Benjaniin J5.), jewellers, r. 

87 Washington. S. boards 18 Hanover 
Sweet Nathaniel, mason, 119 Hanover 
Sweet {Wm. L.) & Piper (Geo. C), dry goods, 120 Han-- 

over, h. 5 Centre 


Sweett Mehitabel, widow, Broadway 

Sweetser Asa, 3G Salein 

Sweetser Benjamin, 2 Causeway 

Sweetser Benjamin G. agent brewery, house S, Cedar 

Sweetser George, butclier, U. Knox 

Sweetser Isaac, Secretary Washington Ins. Company 

Sweetser John, fruit & groceries, 200 Wash. h. 31 Fayette 

Sweetser Moses M., W. I. goods, Commer. n. Hanover 

Sweetser (Sam.) & Penniman (Henry), shoes, 9 Wash. 

Sweetser Sarali, widow, 85 Salem 

Swetland Orson, bookbinder, rear 142 Hanover 

Swett Joseph, grocer, house Broadway 

Swett Joseph, cabinetmaker, h. Province near School 

Swett Moses A. cordwainer, h. 8 Norfolk place 

Swett Samuel (W. B. S. <^ Co.), h. 28 Hancock 

Swett Sam. W., Vice Pres. Nat. Ins. Co. h. 4 Hayward pi. 

Swett Sarah, milliner, 369 Washington 

Swett Silas, cordwainer, 19 Essex, h. 8 Norfolk place 

Swett Tasker H. merchant, house 60 Beacon 

Swett Wm. B. & Co. (Samuet), mer. 10 Custom-h. st. 

Swift Agnes, 28 Charter 

Swift (Charles) & Redman (Eli), cloth cleansers, South 

Cedar near Church, house do. 
Swift John J. (Parker (!y- S.), house 28 Charter 
Swift Mary, dry goods, 78 Ann, house 12 Centre 
Swift Mary B. widow, 277 Washington 
Swindell John, cordwainer, 135 Br(jad 
Swords John, handcartman, h. 6 Bath 
Sylvester Adam. See Gardner &'S. 
Sylvester Nancy, widow, 7 Prospect 
Symmes Edmund, clerk, 235 Wash, b'ds 1 Sevvall place 
Symmes (Jo/ui) & Eaton (Charles F.), W. I. goods, 

Brimmer's T 
Symmes John, cabinetmaker, 16 Distil-house square 
Symmes Luther, 14 Butler row, house 41 Boylston 
Symonds John H. hairdresser, 43 Cong. h. 8 Hartford pi. 

TABER FRANKLIN, stonecutter. Canal, h. 21 Bright. 

Taber (Job) & Smith (^. G.), carpets, 76 Washington 

Taber Job, house 11 Green 

Tabor Eliza, nurse, 11 Portland 

Taft Joseph R. laborer, opposite 65 Sea 

Taft Samuel J. boarding house, 484 Washington 

Taggard John, 355 Washington 

Tairiter (^Daniel A.) & Weeks (Math'l), provisions, Derne 


Taintpr William C. home 3 Salt lane 
Tak J. J. V. D. crockery ware, 300, house 318 Washing. 
Talbot Abigail, boarding, 11 Beacon 
Tall)ot George, housewriglit, rear 730 Washington 
Talbot Geo. VV. boards 9 Elm 
Talbot {G. JV.) »fc Steduian {Josiah, jr.) crock. 31 Union 
Tailack John, mariner, Hanover avenue 
Tallant Jacob, watchman, 2 Oliver place 
Taney William, house rear 3' 1-2 Spring 
Tapley Warren, clerk, h. 101 VVasliirigton 
Tapley Wm. provisions, 95 Chambers, h. Spring st. pi. 
Tappan John, merchant, 76 Slate, h. 30 Summer 
Tappan John G. (Townsend S,'- T.), h. 30 Summer 
Tappan Lewis W. (Hoibrook S,' T.), h. 30 Summer 
Tarbell Silas P. merchant, house 9 Sudl)ury 
Tarbell Thomas & Co. {R. II. Stodder ^ Charles Faulk- 
ner). Europ & India g'ds, 55 Water, h. 11 Avon pi. 
Tarbett Lendail F. clotliing, 83 Commercial 
Tarbox Esther, nurse, 2 High street place 
Tarbox William, housewright, house 40 Poplar 
Target William, housewright, 5lh street 
Tarlton Harriet, widow, toy shop, Derne 
Tarr Betsey, widow, 759 Washingttm 
Tarr David S. housewrighi, house 4 South Margin 
Tarrett Joseph *t Sons, 70 State 
Tasker Ebenezer, grocer, 32G Ann. h. 2 Bennet pF. 
Tasker Matthew, painter, rear 39 Essex 
Tates Susan, widow, rear 6 Hollis 
Tates William, mason, rear C Hollis 
Tavares Joseph, stevedore, h. Hanover avenue 
Taylor (/aleb, housewriglit, rear Broadway 

Taylor Charles W. bookkeeper City Bank, h. 6 Minot - 

Taylor Charles, house Haymarket place 

Taylor Daniel, tailor, h. rear Merrimac 

Taylor {Daniel) &■ Waldron {Samuel W.), crockery 
ware, 59 Broad. Taylor's h. 15 Leveret 

Taylor Eber, housewright, 37 West Cedar 

Taylor Edward, boatman, house Battery 

Taylor {Dan I) & Gove {J. D.), fruit, 1 Faneuil market. 
Taylor's house 10 Pitts 

Taylor Edward T. Rev. house Garden court 

Taylor Franklin, carpenter, house rear 103 Pleasant 

Taylor Frederick, wood wf. Canal, h. 34 Friend 

Taylor George, pianoforte maker, h. 17 Short 

Taylor George, teamster, 42 Friend . 


Taylor Henry, painter, house 82 Summer 

Taylor Isaac, laborer, S. Margin 

Taylor Isaac, jr. housewright, rear 12 N. Russell 

Taylor James, house 27 Blossom 

Taylor James, laborer, 3 Scott court 

Taylor Jesse, machinist, house rear 235 Washington 

Taylor John, laborer, house 195 Hanover 

Taylor John, laborer, h. Grove corner Southac 

Taylor Joseph VV. & Co. {George A. Reed), VV. I. goods, 

22 Elm. T.'s house 190 Hanover 
Taylor Lewis, Commercial near Charlestown bridge 
Taylor Lucia, widow, 69 Bedford 
Taylor Luther, fruit dealer, house 28 Leveret 
Taylor Mary, widow of Rufus G., 16 Summer 
Taylor Owen, stevedore. Commercial near Ann 
Taylor Philip, housewright. Silver 
Taylor Ralph, mariner, Salutation 
Taylor Sophia, widow, house 45 Federal 
Taylor Warren, cabinetmaker, h. 4 Jefferson 
Taylor William, cabinetmaker, house rear 67 Elliot 
Taylor William, surveyor office, 131 Court 
Taylor William, 201 Ann 
Taylor William, house 69 Bedford 
Taylor William, jr. hardware, 408 Washington 
Tead Edw. L. sailmaker, 3 Commercial, h. r. 354 Wash. 
Teal Elizabeth, widow, 85 Tremont 
Tebbetts Horace B., 30 Kilby, house 65 Chambers 
Tebbetls John C. dry goods, 30 Kilby, h. 65 Chambers 
Tedder Betsy, 364 Washington 
Teevans John, laborer, house Boylston place 
Temple Horace L, Nat. Ins. Co. h. Centre c. May 
Temple James L. handcartman, h. rear 16 S. Bennet 
Templeton John, stonecutter, Charles cor. Cambridge 
Tenney Amasa, cooper, 24 Long wf. h. Richmond 
Tenney B. Franklin & Amos, dry goods, 397 Wash. 
Tenney Gilbert, handcartman, Sudbury square 
Tenney John, housewright. Turnpike 
Tenney John, boards 30 Federal 
Tenney Samuel, assis. Pres. Mer. Ins. Co. h. Commercial 

near Hanover 
Tenney Samuel C. baker, h. Prince cor. Margaret 
Tenney Samuel N. hard ware, 7 Union, h. 6 Unity ct. 
Tenny Marshall, merchant, 4 Central wf h. 9 Howard 
Tenny Oliver, cotton warehouse, Milk near Kilby, house 

1 Sewalj place 


Tenny William P. house 28 Prince 

Terry Deborah & Julia, tailoresses, rear 65 Elliot 

Terry H. G. See Whitney & T. 

Tewksbury Abijah R. lighterman, 77 Charter 

Tewksbury James, 147 Ann 

Tewksbury William, jr. captain, 127 rear 129 Pleasant 

Thacher Caroline, widow of Charles, h. 40 Chesnut 

Thacher Charles, house 40 Chesnut 

Thacher George & Co. {Isaac Thacher), W. I. goods, 31 
Long wf. house 4 Sewall place 

Thacher George C. mer. h. Broadway near Turnpike 

Thacher George M., 50 State, house Chesnut 

Thacher Peter O., Judge Munic. Court and counsellor, 
Court square, house 10 Chesnut 

Thacher^(7'Aoma5) & B'lWwgs (William G.), cotton deal- 
ers, 20 Long wf. Thacher's h. 7 Milton place 

Thatcher B. B. attorney, 33 Court 

Thatcher David, dry goods, 26 Central 

Thatcher (Peter) & Fearing (Andrew C), dry goods, 90 
State. Thatcher's house 34 Mt. Vernon 

ThaxterA. W. jr. (Bates o/- Co.), house 99 Tremont 

Thaxter Adam W. house 3 i\.llen 

Thaxter David, blacksmith, boards 90 Front 

Thaxter Jacob, painter, h. Thaxter place 

Thaxter Jonathan, house 42 Leveret 

Thaxter Mary Ann, nurse, 472 Washington 

Thaxter Sam. math. inst. mak. 125 State, h. 41 Pinckney 

Thaxter Seth, carpenter, Nassau, house 83 Warren 

Thaxter Theodore, harness maker, Boylston sq. house 
Wheeler's court 

Thaxter Warren, cabinetmaker. Sea, house 51 South 

Thaxter William, housewright, house 3 Jefferson 

Thayer Barnabas, blacksmith, house 4th street 

Thayer B. W. house 12 Somerset place 

Thayer Catherine, schoolmistress, rear Broadway 

Thayer Charles, cordwainer, house 677 Washington 

Thayer Charles Lowell, house Gridley 

Thayer Cotton, Commercial near Hanover 

Thayer Deborah, boarding, 133- Court 

Thayer Ebenezer, clerk. Cook court 

Thayer Elias B. house 12 Ash 

Thayer Eli, jr. house 5 Milk 

Thayer (Elijah) & Bates (Joshua C), 14 N. Market 

Thayer Elijah, boards at Exchange 

Tliayer Eiizabetii F. dressmaker, 677 Washington 


Thayer Ephraim, enginebuilder, rear 676 Washington 
Thayer George, housewright, h. rear Distil-house square 
Thayer George VV. & Brothers (Luther, jr. ^ Seth T.), 

shoes, 22 Merchants row, h. 11 Staniford 
Thayer Henry, printer, house South Margin 
Thayer Hetn-y P. brassfounder, Thacher 
Thayer Hoi lis, boards at Exchange 
Thayer Joel & Hollis & Co. (C. R. Thayer), W. U 

goods, 33 India 
Thayer Joel, house 40 Atkinson 
Thayer John, mariner, 72 Ann 
Thayer John E. broker, 49 State, house 3 Pearl 
Thayer Joseph, ohairpainter, 63 Cornhill, h. Noyes pi. 
Thayer Joseph H. house 9 Washington place 
Thayer Luther, jr., 22 Merchants row, h. 11 Chambers 
Thayer Nathaniel, jr. (Preston ^ T.), h. 2 Somerset ct. 
Thayer Rebecca, laundress, rear 27 Milk 
Thayer Richard, surveyor, Short, h, 53 Essex 
Thayer Sarah, house Tileston, corner Unity 
Thayer Sarah, widow, 83 Charter 
Thayer Seth T. See G. W. T. & Brothers 
Thayer Sylvanus, Col. Engineers, U. S. A. h. 13 Allen 
Thayer Stephen, engine builder, Front, h. r. 555 Wash. 
Thayer Sumner, blacksmith, house C street 
Thayer Susan A. leeching establishment, 5 Milk 
Thayer Susannah T. widow of Nathaniel F. h. Gridley 
Thayer Thomas, blacksmith, h. 14 Piedmont 
Thayer Thomas A. sailmaker, Wales's wf. h. 4th street 
Thayer Warren, hair work, 22 Hanover, h. 32 Spring 
Thayer William, hides, 62 Broad, house 104 Chambers 
Thayer Wm. T. housewright, 22 Short, h. r. 6 Elliot 
Thayer William W. house 12 Somerset place 
Thing Joseph, captain, h. 30 Washington place 
Thing Samuel, pump and block maker, 2 North square 
Thissell Lucy, nurse, house Commercial near the bridge 
Thissell Paul, laborer. Commercial near Ann 
Thorn Sophia, widow, house Broadway 
Thomas Abraham, tailor, house Harvard place 
Thomas Alexander, physician, 35 Tremont 
Thomas Charles, house 1 Myrtle court 
Thomas Charles A., W. I. goods, 326 Washington, b'ds 

20 La Grange place 
Thomas Elizabeth, widow, nurse, 15 South Russell 
Thomas George P. mer. 4 India wf. h. 13 Spring 
Thomas Hannah, widow, Lane place 


Thomas Josiah, cordw. 48 Congress, h. Market c. Merri. 
Thomas Luke, 48 Tremont 

Thomas Mark VV. painter, 44 Congress, h. Sonthac ct. 
Thomas Seth J. hat store, 60 Wash. h. 5 S. Bennet 
Thomas Sylvaniis (£. Shaic <& Co.), boarding, 44 Milk 
Thomas Thomas K. house 133 Tremont 
Thomas William (Russell ^^ T.), house Pearl 
Thomas Wrn. housewright, Commer. op. Bartlett's wf. 
Thomas William, clerk, house 101 Washington 
Thompson Abigail, widow, Bulfinch place 
Thompson Amasa, pumpmaker, house 82 Summer 
Thompson Amos G. (M. S. Lincoln ^ Co.), h. 6 Otis pi, 
Thompson B. L. merchant, 58 Long wharf 
Thompson (Charles) & Lapham (Luther), iron and steel, 

2 City wharf 
Thompson Calvin, housewright, rear Lyman place 
Thompson Dolly S. corsetmaker, Hawley cor. Frank, pi. 
Thompson Ebenezer, innkeeper, Mansion House, Milk 
Thompson Ebenezer, boarding, 8 Centre 
Thompson Erasmus, shipwright, W. & Pratt's ways, h. 

4 Snowhill 
Thompson Gabriel H. mathemat. school, 2 Rowe's wf. 
Thompson George, house 13 Avon place 
Thompson G. «&, James L. com. mer. 28 Long wharf 
Thompson Henry, housewright, Commer. near Foster 
Thompson James, whitesmith, house 62 Essex 
Thompson James, laborer, rear Broadway 
Thompson James M. comm. merchant, 13 Long wharf 
Thompson Jeremiah B. See Fessenden, T. <fc Co. 
Thompson Jesse, infirmary, Mt. Vernon c. Charles 
Thompson Jonathan, shoemaker, house Sweetser court 
Thompson (John) & Morton (Wm.), W. L goods, 25 

Foster's wf T.'s house 571 Washington 
Thompson John, jr. cordwainer, 26 Federal 
Thompson John, cordwainer, rear 65 Ann 
Thompson John T. caulker, rear 5 Tileston 
Thompson Joseph, cordwainer, rear 6 Charter 
Thompson Martha, widow, 606 Washington 
Thompson Moses, mason, 90 Warren 
Thompson Newell A., 17 Court, house 14 W. Cedar 
Thompson Ralph, 6 City Hall, house 18 Gouch 
Thoujpson Samuel, laborer, 22 Richmond 
Thompson Samuel, grocer, 29 Front, h. rear 409 Wash. 
Thompson S. T. teller New England Bank 
Thompson Thomas, merchant, 10 Beacon 



Thompson Thomas H. physician, 157 1-2 Hanover 

Thompson Thos. M. hardware, 13 Merch. row, h. 5 Allen 

Thompson Timothy, agent, Boston Iron Co., 8 Comm. wf. 

Thompson Wm. & Co. (J. M. Dexter), bakers, S. Margin 

Thompson William, mastmaker, house Salem 

Thompson William, nnariner. Henchman lane 

Thompson William, blockmaker, h. 82 Summer 

Thorn James, 44 Pond 

Thorndike Augustus, merchant, 52 Beacon 

Thorndike Edward, druggist, 63 Cambridge, h. 26 Spring 

Thorndike Israel, merchant, h. Beacon corner Belknap 

Thorndike John H. 61 State 

Thorndike John P. 61 State, house 50 Boylston 

Thorndike Mary M. widow of Charles, h. 5 Otis place 

Thorndike William, President Nat. Insurance Company 

Thorndike Zelotes, mason, 1 Marston place 

Thornton Barney, laborer, Merrimac 

Thorp Charles & H. housewrights, Pond 

Thorp Ezekiel, housewright, h. 69 Tremont 

Thorp Joshua, house 3 Foster place 

Thorp Sarah, widow, Hanover avenue 

Thorp Thomas, victualler, house 139 Cambridge 

Thresher Eben., cor. sec. N. B. Ed. Soc. 13 Joy's build. 

house 82 Mount Vernon 
Thresher Mary, widow, rear 612 Washington 
Thurlow Elizabeth, widow. Church near S. Cedar 
Thurston Caleb, wharfinger, 4ih street, h. B street 
Thurston Daniel, teamster, h. Broadway 
Thurston George B. and Edwin, h. 6 Wheeler's court 
Thurston Leonard, blacksmith, h. 3 Friend street place 
Thurston Lyman, stereotype found'r, Water, h. 6 Wendell 
Thurston {IV. S.) & Bird (E. B.), dry goods, 9 Central. 

Thurston's house 10 Bulfinch 
Thwing {S. C.) & Perkins { H.), mer. 28 India wf. 
Thwing Wm., W. I. g'ds, 28 Cent, wf h. Green c. Gouch 
Tibbets'john, stevedore, rear 39 Prince 
Tibbetts Isaac, teamster, h. Hawkins 
Tibbetts Timothy, house Franklin avenue 
Tioknor Wm. D. bookseller, 135 Wash. h. 14 Pinckney 
Tidd Martha, widow of Jacob, h. 87 Chambers 
Tiffany Lyman, 83 Kilby, house 13 West 
Tiiihe James, grocer, 118 Ann 

Tiffhe Lucy A. widow, boarding h., cor. Atkmson & Milk 
Ti^he Philip, laborer, rear Broadway 
Tifden Bryant P. merchant, house 4 Bumstead place 



Tilden Culman, mason, boards 2 Bradford place 

Tilden David, 34 Tremont 

Tilden David, mason, 41 Brid2;e 

Tilden Enos, tailor, 253 Wasliington, h. Poplar 

Tilden John, domestic*, goods, 9 Doane 

Tilden Joseph, President C(jlumbian Bank, h. 10 South 

Tilden Joseph, mason, 110 Charles 

Tilden Joseph W. house 110 Charles 

Tilden Nathan, housevvri<fhi, h. Broadway 

Tileston Mary, widow of Jcihn, 21 Purchase 

Tileston Nathaniel W. pianofortemaker, li. 1 Jefferson pi. 

Tileston Otis, dry goods, 174 Washington, h. May 

Tileston Sarah, widow, house 3 Derne 

Tileston Thomas, bouse 23 Pnrrhase 

Tileston Timothy, planemaker, 54, house 75 Front 

Tileston Timothy, jr. planemaker, house Ash 

Tileston William H. house 3 Derne 

Tileston William, chaisemaker, boards 5 Province H. ct. 

Tillson John, shoe stock, 44 N. Market, house 48 Poplar 

Tillson David, slater, Friend below Travers 

Tilton Benjamin, dry goods, 36 Central 

Tilton Dearborn W. painter, 4th street 

Tilton Ebenezer, housewright, A street 

Tilton Sarah, house South Russell 

Timmins Henry, 21 State, house Mount Vernon 

Timmins Martin, handcartman, Friend near Travers 

Timoney John, laborer, rear 32 Pond 

Timson John, jr. stove trimmer, li. 547 Washington 

Tinkham Jeremiah, captain, 44 Fayette 

Tinkham Sylvanus, victual'r, 123 Cambr. h.l Southac ct. 

Tirrell {Artemas) & Mosman {Rafus), con\ dealers, Cross 

near Commercial. T.'s house 10 Stillman 
Tirrell Cynthia C. dressmaker, Belknap cor. Myrtle 
Tirrell Edward C. shoe store, 26 Ann, house rear do. 
Tirrell Elizabeth, widow, rear 10 Prince 
Tirrell Isaac, boxmaker, 4 Blake's court 
Tirrell Job, housewright, 59 Warren 
Tirrell John {Faij ^ T.), house 3 Nassau 
Tirrell Jacob P. 167 Hanover 
Tirrell Oakes, boxmaker, 3 Blake's court 
Tirrell Samuel L. 99 Charter 

Tirrell Thomas, shoes, 47 North Market, h. 9 Friend 
Tisdale (Mace) <fc Hewins (5. K.), hides and leather, 

1 Long wharf. T.'s house 15Rowe place 
Titcomb Enoch J. clockmaker, r. 37 Wash, b'ds 33 Milk 



Titcomb Epliraim, shippin<]; office, 79 Broad, h. 1 17 Purch. 

Titcomb George, school, Pembertoii hill, h. 1 Garland pi. 

Titcomb Robert, pianoforte maker, h. rear 727 Washing;. 

Titcomb Samuel B. house Humphrey place 

Titcomb Stephen, provisions, 60 Myrtle, h. 6 Myrtle ct. 

Titcomb Stephen, refreshm'ts, 79 Broad, b'ds 117 Purch. 

Titcomb Thomas, ropemaker, house 3 Carver 

Titus Benjamin, plasterer, 10 Milton 

Tobey Charles, clerk, house 80 Temple 

Toby Joseph, laborer, house Creek square 

Todd Catherine, widow of Jacob, 85 Purchase 

Todd Charles H. dry g'ds,70 Kilby, b'ds N. E. Coffee H. 

Todd Frederick A. 70 Kilby, boards N. E. Coffee House 

Todd Thos., W. I. g'ds, I4(j Pleasant, b'ds 7 Pleas'nt st. ct. 

Tolman Adeline, dressmaker, 585 Washington 

Tolman Christopher, paperstuiner, h. 20 Cross 

Tolman Henry, painter, h. 487 Washington 

Tolman James (Macombcr S/- T.), h. Howard 

Tolman Joseph A. {Brlard & T.), boards 2 Central ct. 

Tolman Nath'i, furniture, 380 & 384 Wash, b'ds 447 do. 

Tolman Nathaniel, housewright, h. rear GOO Washington 

Tolman Rachael, nurse, 585 Washington 

Tolman Samuel, baker, house 711 Washington 

Tombs Michael, 99 F. H. market, house 14 Allen 

Tompkins Abel, binder, 32 Wash. h. rear 132 Hanover 

Tompkins (/. S.) & Housely (George), coppersmiths, 

21 Union. T<impkins's house 33 Salem 
Tompkins Lemuel, collector, h. 4(5 Carver 
Tompkins Marv, widow, rear 132 Hanover 
Tompkins Tabitha, widow of William, h. 7 Garden 
Tompkins William, paperhanger, 37 S. Russell 
Toohey Mary, Ann corner Cross 
Tooney David, h. North square 
Topliff Benjamin, house 2(3 Purchase 
TopliffSamuel & Benjamin, reading and news roorn, 

City Hall. S. T.'s house 32 Washington place 
Torpey Timothy, bottler, house 2 Humphrey place 
Torrey Charles, broker, 49 State, house 42 High 
Torrey Dominick, lamp maker, 131 Broad 
Torrey Ebenezer O. house 6 Unity 
Torrey G. W., W. J. goods, 25 South Market 
Torrey John G. house 53 Federal 

Torrey Joseph, grocer, Gouch cor. Merrimac, b. 43 Salem 
Torrey Joseph G. {Mams &/■ T.), house 3 Howard 
Torrey M. C. portrait <fc miniature painter, 2 Graphic ct. 


Torrey Samuel & John G. merchants, 61 State 
Torrey Samuel, house 162 Tremont 
Tothill William, house 13 Sudbury 
Totnian Isaac, housewright, h. 58 Pinckney 
Totman Isaac, jr. housewri<Tht, h. 58 Pinckney 
Touig Thomas, laborer, 104 Broad 
Tower D. B. teacher Ben net school, h. 105 Salem 
Tower Elisha, gilder, house 15 Centre 
Tower Elizabeth, widow, 82 Fayette 
Tower George, usher Adams school, Mason 
Tower Job, grocer, 654 Washington, h. Suffolk n, Dover 
Tower Levi, mason, house 9 Southac 
Tower Nichols, mason, h. 3 My rile court 
Towle Frederick, housewright, N. Margin 
Towle Isaac, carpenter, Oliver, house 139 Court 
Towle Lyman, house 17 Salem 
Towle Newel, riding school, Charles, h. 31 Garden 
Towle Oren, hats, 29 Hanover 
Town Edmund, laborer, 57 Hancock 
Town Luther, wood wharf & h. Commer. n. the bridge 
Towne John, gas works, h. 2 Showbill 
Towne Orr N. hat store, 34 Elm 
Towne Solomon, captain, house 31 Orange 
Townes George, mariner, 2 North square 
Townsend David, house 5 Hawkins 
Townsend David, jr. {Curds <^ T.), h. 38 Warren 
Townsend David S. paymaster U. S. army, 141 Pleasant 
Townsend Elbridge, housewright, 65 Charter 
Townsend Elmer (J. Forbush &c Co.), h. 2 W. Cedar 
Townsend (Henry B.) & Tappan {John G.), French g'ds, 
75 State cor. Kilby. Townsend's h. 12 Avon place 
Townsend Isaac P. & Co. (Alfred Winsor), merchants, 

23 Commercial wharf, h. 62 Boylston , 
Townsend Sally, grocer, Essex corner Front 
Townsend Samuel, housewright, h. 1 Distil-house square 
Townsend Solomon D. physician, 16 Somerset 
Townsend Thomas, housewright, Avery, h. Mason 
Tracy Joseph, editor Boston Recorder, h. 7Hayward pi. 
Tracy Marks, laborer, Tremont near Pleasant 
Tracy Mary, widow, h. rear 41 Congress 
Tracy Nathaniel, weigher and cuager, Custom House 
Train Elijah N. (£. Train & Co.), h. 6 Beacon H <^ 

Train Enoch & Co. {E. JV. Train,), merchants, 50 Com- 
mercial wharf, h. 62 Mount Vernon 
Trainer Michael, laborer. Theatre alley 


Traip Robert W. dry goods, 39 Wash. h. Montgomery pi. 

TrasU Benjamin, mason, h. 42 Warren 

Trask Edw. n.erchant, 45 Long wf. b'ds 2'2 La Grange pi. 

Trask Elijali, bar room, Brattle, h. 80 Prince 

Trask Elijali, jr. tailor, G8 Cornliill, li. 58 Poplar 

Trask John, blacksmilh, l^ynde 

Trask Mary, widow, rear 8 Charter 

Treadweli John, cabinetmaker, Atkinson, h. 15 do. 

Treadweli .lohn, laborer, h. 5 Lvinan place 

Treadweli (Moses) & Kendall" (//. Ji.), W. L goods, 

14 Commercial 
Trefethern Benjamin, Fayette avenue 
Tremere John B. wharfinger Sargent's wf. h. ISOHanov. 
Tremlett Thomas, counting room 26 Fosters wharf 
Trench George, mariner, 79 Essex 
Trench Hannah R. 49 Prince 

Trench Hannah, widow of Othniel, h. 10 Henchman lane 
Trench Sarah, widow of Othniel, h. 8 Tileston 
Trescott Eben. constable, 2 Franklin av. h G4 Purchase 
Trescott Elijah, jr. shoes, 171 Washing. b'ds2 Central ct. 
Triplett Wm. E. cooper, 109 Commercial, h. 3 Barllett 
Troffiter Edward, machinist, house 99 Charles 
Troti Edward, stucco worker, 22 S. Russell 
Trott Elizabeth Jane, boarding house, 10 Morton place 
Trott Elizabeth, widow, 14 South Bennet 
Trott (George) & Bumstead (John), tner. 40 S. Market 
Trott George, house 32 Winter 
Trott &L Co. (Charles E. Trott & Henry M. Morn), 

druggists, 128 State 
Trott Jonathan, clerk Union Bank, h. 14 South Bennet 
Trott Peter (Currier & T.), h. Essex court 
Troup Alexander, housewright, h. Mason corner West 
Troup William, dry goods, 50 Hanover 
Trout William, baker, IG East 
Trow Richard, harriessmaker, h. 355 Washington 
Trovvbrid>ie Almarin, clerk, boards 5 Mason 
Trowbridge Charles, house N. Grove 
Trowbridge James, Cambridge near the bridge 
Triie Benjamin, printer, 19 Water, house Tremont 
True William, house 7 Minot 
True William M. (Skinner &. T.), h. 7 Minot 
Trueman Jane, house 199 H.mover 
Trueman Elizabeth, IGO Aim 
Trueman Robert, bouse 3 West Cedar 
Trufant George. Bee Griggs, Weld & Co. 



Trull Aaron, distiller, house rear 81 Tremont 

Trull Ezra & Son (John F.), distillers, junction of Mer- 

rimac & Portland, house Alden lane 
Trull Ezra, jr. distiller, Merrimae, boards at Ezra T.'s 
Trull Frederick, grocer, Salem corner Charter 
TrullJohn. See'Barnard & T. 
Trull John, house rear 15 Hanover 
Trull John F. house 67 Chambers 
Trull J. W. Pres. North Bank, h. 29 Beacon 
Trull Silas, house 109 Salem 

Trumbull Abigail, widow, h. Butolph near Cambridge 
Trumbull James, lamplighter, 49 Front 
Trumbull William, shoes, 609 Washington, h, 42 Orange 
Truss James, mariner, 127 Broad 

Tucker Charles L. merchant, 37 Central wf. h.Rowe pi. 
Tucker Charles C. C. {R. D. Tucker & Son), h. 4 High 
Tucker Eleanor, widow of Nathaniel, 2 Q,uincy place 
Tucker Hannah, widow, 14 Bedford 
Tucker James, handcartman, rear Centre 
Tucker John C. whitewasher, h. Castle n. Middlesex 
Tucker John, clerk U. S. Branch Bank, b'ds at Exchange 
Tucker Joseph, stevedore, rear East 
Tucker Joseph C. guager, 29 India, h. Lafayette Hotel 
Tucker Joshua, dentist, house 145 Tremont 
Tucker Lyman, house rear Castle 
Tucker Lyman, jr. turner, Warren, h. 10 1-2 Fayette 
Tucker Richard D. & Son (Charles C. C), second store 

above the arch, India wharf, h. 3 Otis place 
Tucker Seth, clerk, house rear 52 Essex 
Tucker (Thomas J.) & Hay (Richard, jr.), hatters, 96 

Washington. T.'s house 6 Garden 
Tucker (Wiliiam) & WilliamsfG. F.), merchants, 2>7 & 

38 Central wharf Tucker's house Rowe place 
Tucker Zephaniah, house 7 Boylston square 
Tuckerman Abraham, 10 Province House court 
Tuckerman Edward, 5 Kilby, house 33 Beacon 
Tuckerman Edward G. (W. & G. Tuckerman &/• Co.), 

house 3 Bulfinch place 
Tuckerman Gustavus ( W.& G. T. & Co.),h. 15 Frank, pi. 
Tuckerman Henry H. merchant, 687 Washington 
Tuckerman John, house 30 Spring 
Tuckerman Joseph, Rev 5 Mount Vernon place 
Tuckerman Wm. & Gustavus &Co. (E. G. Tuckerman)^ 

hardware, Milk corner Batterymarch 
Tuckerman William, house 3 Bulfinch place 


Tudor Henry J. h. 1 Hancock avenue cor. Mt. Verhon 
Tufts Ann, widow, nurse, Siieafe corner Margaret 
Tufts Asa, cordwainer, house Snowhill 
Tufts Charles, mason, boards 74 Federal 
Tufts Ehza, widow of Ebenezer, 39 Charter 
Tufts Eliza, nurse, rear 9 Snowhill 
Tufts Francis, distiller, 58 Essex 
Tufts Gardner, collector bills, i&c. 58 Essex 
Tufts Hannah, widow, 58 Essex 
Tufts James. See J. Fullerton & Co. 
Tnfis John, cornbmaker, rear 243 Washing, h. Broadway- 
Tufts Margaret, widow, 73 Warren 
Tufts Nathaniel, tinplate worker, 32 Union 
Tufts Otis, machinist, Bromfield, h. 4 Province H. court 
Tufts Quincy, English goods, 88 Washington, h. 8 Pearl 
Tufts Sarah, 2 Bartlett 

Tufts William, Sec. Mass. Mutual Insurance Company 
Tufts William, house 5 Sewall place 
Tufts William, 50 Leveret 
Tullock William S., Fulton cor. Cross 
Turner Alice, widow, li. rear 3 Hanover 
Turner Azro, lookinggl. fr. mak. r. 17 Pond, h, r. 5 Prince 
Turner Benjamin, house Battery 
Turner Charles, ironfounder, Ivers, h. 3 Sheafe 
Turner Elizabeth, widow, rear 196 Washington 
Turner Elizabeth, dressmaker, 28 Winter 
Turner Frederick, laborer, Essex place 
Turner James, shoemaker, rear 146 Pleasant 
Turner Job, bricklayer, 12 North Bennet 
Turner John, mariner. Henchman lane 
Turner John N. See Davis, Bates & T. 
Turner Joshua, housewright. Harvard place, house do. 
Turner Joshua, jr. housewright, house rear 5 Prince 
Turner Lucy. 5 Mason 
Turner Margaret, widow, 1 L*well place 
Turner Mary, nurse, 695 Washington 
Turner Nancy, widow, rear 110 Sea 
Turner Otis, teller Hamilton Bank, house 93 Salem 
Turner Paul, housewright, 10 Stillman 
Turner Ruth, house rear 26 Belknap 
Turner Sarah, 5 1-2 Hawkins 
Turner Thomas, cordwainer, 19 Summer 
Turner William, grocer, 104 Broad 
Turner Williams, chair painter, South Russell 
Turpin Joseph W. grocer, 70 Broad, h. 21 Hamilton 


Tuttle Cornelius W. housewright, house 6 Piedmont 
Tuttle Edward, baker, 328 Ann and 80 Salem 
Tuttle Eliza, widow of John W. house 65 Charter 
Tuttle Frances A. school, Ash corner South Bennet 
Tuttle {Hugh H.) & Weeks {Wm. J.), printers, 8 

School. Tuitle's house 54 Allen 
Tuttle Jedediah, house 93 Summer 
Tuttle JessR, inspector fish, Battery wf. h. 27 Prince 
Tuttle John, blacksmith, 4 Brattle square, h. 53 Portland 
Tuttle Samuel, lighterman, 57 Prince 
Tuttle (Samuel) & Jones (W^w.), sail loft, 78 Commercial. 

Tuttle's house 85 Salem 
Tuttle Theodore, waggoner, house Arnold 
Twist Solomon, 10 North Russell 
Twist William, typefounder, 12 Hull 
Twitchell Joseph, wood wharf, rear East, h. 2 Oliver pi. 
Twitchell Miranda, widow, Kuhn place 
Twombly Alexander H. <fe Co. hardware, 4 Union 
Twombiy (JVm.) & Hodgden (Sam'l), housewrights, 27 

Salem. T.'s house 3 Portland place 
Tyler Asa (Simonds ^ T.), h. Butolph cor. Cambridge 
Tyler Jabez, mariner, h. Dedham 

Tyler John, merchant, 9 Central wharf, h. 494 Washing. 
Tyler John, jr. merchant, 9 Central wharf 
Tyler John, Eastern Stage House, 84 Ann 
Tyler John S. & William C. brokers, 63 State. J. S. 

T.'s house Bowdoin 
Tyler Laban A. binder, 109 Washington, h. Turnpike 
Tyler Sarah, widow, house 15 Myrtle 
Tyler William, Rev. h. cor. Federal and Franklin place 
Tyler William F. jr. ropemaker, h. rear 660 Washington 
Tyler William N. lopemaker, house E st. n. Broadway 
Tylor Sally, widow, boarding, 256 Hanover 

UART MICHAEL, house 199 Ann 

Ulman Jacob, housewright, Marlboro' place, h. Church 

Ulman Maria, widow, Piedmont near Church 

Ulman Wm. binder, 230 1-2 Wash. h. Piedm. n. Church 

Underbill Samuel G. house 93 Pond 

Underwood Joseph, mason, rear 2d street 

Underwood Nathan, laborer, opposite 15 Ash 

Underwood Robert, cordwainer, 93 Charier 

Underwood William & Co. {fV. K. Lewis), 67 Broad, 

and 84 Batteryraarch, h. 5 Morton place 
Uiiruh Joseph B. silverplater, Bromfield,h. r. 237 Wash. 



Upham Charles, victualler, head Hancock wharf 
Uphatn Charles & Thos. W. I. goods, 433 Washington, 

house 27 Boylston 
Upham Ebenezer, house Haymarket place 
Upham (Ehcn'r) & Co. (5. J. .^x^e//), leather, 12 Clinton 
Upham Hannah S. widovv, Haymarket place 
Upham Lydia, widovv, 27 Boylston 
Upham Henry {Scarle & U.), h. 47 Mount Vernon 
Upham Phineas, house 7 Mount Vernon 
Upham Walter W. clerk, 89 State, b'ds 6 Suffolk place 
Upjohn nichard, architect, 23 Tudor's build. Ii. 2 Grove 
Uraii Joseph, cooper, house 236 Hanover 
Urann Rich, patent flooring estab. rear 740 Washington 
Urquhart Alexand(;r, 1 Otis place 
Usher Hannah, widow of William, house 4th street 
Utley Parley, stable, 19 Hanover, house 1 Carnes court 
Uxford Henry, mariner, Henchman lane 

VALENTINE CHARLES, merchant, 12 Long wharf 
Valentine E. school, 27 Joy's building 
Valentine J. G. upholsterer, house 3 North Russell 
Valentine John J. merchant, 15 Commer. h. 31 Federal 
Valentine J. Y. 15 Commercial, h. 36 Milk 
Valentine Lucinda, widovv, 4 Church 
Vallette Mary M. dry g'ds, 167 Court, h. 15 Hancock 
Van Wait, Son &, Co. commis. merchants, 5 Doane 
Vandover George, mastmaker, Commercial near Foster 
Vannevar Alex. coop. &, ins. Sargent's wf. h. 6 N. Ben net 
Vannevar George, housewright, George, h. 9 Hull 
Vannevar James, cooper, Sargent's wf. h. 233 Hanover 
Vans William, house rear 650 Washington 
Varney Abigail, widovv, 46 Prince 
Varney Joshua A. pumpmaker, i ear 8 Charter 
Varney Temperance, house rear 72 Ann 
Varnum Nath'l J. morocco dresser, h. r. Dedham n. SufF. 
Vaugh William, stonecutter, East, h. rear 81 Sea 
Vaughan James, carpenter, 110 Sea 
Vaughan Samuel M. laborer, B street 
Vaughan William, housewright, h. 1 South May 
Veasey Thomas, stonecutter, h. 7 Friend st. place 
Veasy George W. brassfonnder, house 14 Castle 
Veazie Antonio, rigger. Railway, h. 7 Barllett 
Veazie Charles, shoe store, 257 Washington, h. do. 
Veazie Eli {Gaij & F.), house rear 13 Richmond 
Veazie Joseph, house 44 Cambridge 


Veazie Jos. A. drngnjist, 11 Bro;id, h. c. Camb. & Han'cfc 

Veazie Rebecca, Union near Hanover 

Veazie Susannah, widow, 31 Tliacher 

Vega Antonio G. Span. V. Con. Joy's build, h. 7 Bulfincb 

Veber John, wheelwright, house 10 Grove Magnus, shipjoiner, h. 3d st. near Dorchester 

Veruon Edward, conibmaUer, h. 3 Cornhill square 

Vesterman Fred'k, baker, 70 Tremont, h. 15r) Pleasant 

iaile Samuel S. wheelwright, house rear 10 Prince 

iaile Stephen, jr. cordwainer, Tileston corner Unit}'" 

iaIle Susan, house rear 10 Prince 

ickars Francis, stevedore, 114 1-2 Broad 

ila Jarnes, wool, 3 Phillips's building, h. 22 Beacon 

ila Joseph, wool and domestic goods, 63 Kdby 

iles (JVathan) & Atkins (Hennj), W. I. goods, 37 S. 
Market. Viles's h. 7 Central court 

ilnov Sarah, widow, Clark alley 

ilnow Peter, caulker and graver, house 108 Salem 

inal Eliza, bouse 104 Charles 

inal Ezra, painter, 78 Commercial 

inal (Gideon) & Sons {Albert ^- G'^Weora jr.), lumber wf- 
near the Canal, Causeway, h. 16 Poplar 

inal Gideon, jr. house 19 Poplar i 

inal Gordon, printer, 20 Cross 

inal Jane, house 104 Charles 

inal Jefferson, mason, 93 Charles 

inal Nathaniel H. liouse Butolph 

inal Robert, 17 Commercial wharf 

inal Spencer J. {Edgerly, V. &f Co.), h. 47 Portland 

incent Anna, widow, house Carver 

inceni G. W. caotain, 84 Prince 

incent Isaac, 217 Ann 

incent Mercy, widow, laundress, rear 88 Warren 

incent William B. 8 Commercial wf. h. 48 Federal 

incent William E. clerk in the State Bank 

inson Tho's M. weigher and gua. Cus. H. h. Broadway 

into John, c(joper, house North Margin 

into Samuel, cooper, h. S. Cedar, near Church 

ititon Edward, house 20 La Grange place 

inton Elizabeth, widow, 4-5 Warren 

inton Elisha, dry goods. 403 Wash, b'ds 274 Wash. 

inton George & Co. {W. V. Alden), domestic g'ds, 18 
Kilby. Vinton's h. 10 Newton place 

inton George W. confcjctioner, 87, house 85 Court 

inton Sarah, boarding house, 17 Pearl 


Vinton William H. confectioner, 51 Court 

Voax Sarah, widow of James. 7 Tileston 

Voax Thomas, sugar refiner, house J (lorharn place 

Vogell Abigail, widow, rear 75 Elliot 

Vogell John S painter, house opposite 94 Tremont 

Voleniine Nathaniel, rear 142 Pleasant 

Von H;igen P. A. insUucter of music, 32 Fayette 

Vose Abraham, truckman, 55 Elliot 

Vose Charles, merchant, b'ds7 Province House court 

Vose Charles H. mtison, house 604 VVasliington 

Vose Ebenezer & Co. {J]. T. JVewcU), shoes, 379 Wash. 

Vose Edward A. head of Railway 

Vose Elisha & Joshua, hatters, 80 and 559 Washington 

Vose Elisha, house 559 VVasliington 

Vose James VV. grocer, 284 Washington, h. 20 Harvard 

Vose John, housewright, h. 4 Garland place 

Vose John, jr teamster, h. 4 (^iarland place 

Vose Joshua E. (R/cketts Si V.), boards 10 Tremont 

Vose Joshua (Elisha & J. F.), h. 10 Tremont n. Wash. 

Vose Josiah, house 500 Washington 

Vose Nathaniel D. milkman, 759 Washington 

Vose Samuel D. teamster, 3 Carney place 

Vose Thomas, merchant, 21 Commercial wf. h. 22 Elliot 

Vose Thomas L. shoemaker, house Haymarket place 

WADE ABRAHAM, cordwainer, r. 253 Wash. h. 4 

Norfolk place mw^4 
Wade Charles, watchmaker, 148 Ann 
Wade Eben. H. (J. Jshton & Co.), boards 1 Somerset ct. 
Wade Jotham, mason, h. 11 Leveret 
Wade John,^captain, 78 Pond 
Wade Levi, housewright, 47 Boylston 
Wade (JYath'l) & Middleton (77*05.), dry goods, 369 1-2 

Washington, house rear 
Wade Nathaniel, chaisemaker, 7 Hawley place, boards 

102 Washington 
Wade Patrick, house Devonshire 

Wadleigh Albra, dry goods, 301 Wash. h. 6 South Cedar 
Wadleigh G. F. R."shoe stock, 13 Elm, h. 181 Hanover 
Wadleigh f/^a/la/*). Badger (D. D ) .fe Co. (J. B. Holmes) ^ 

blacksmiths, Cross, c. Fulton. W.'s h. Leveret ct. 
Wadleigh James, gilder, South Russell 
Wadsworth Alexand(!r, surveyor, rear 58 State 
Wiadsworth G. P. painter, 98 Ann, house 46 Union 
Wadsworth Wiswell, boatman, h. Salem cor. Richmond 


Wainwright Elizabeth, nurse, 8 Oliver 

Wainwright Henry, mer. 25 Cent. wf. h. 2 Mt.Vernon pi. 

Wainwright Jonallian M. Rev. h. Mt. Veinonc. Walnut 

Wait Elizabeth, widow, 3J Winter 

Wait Richard G. clerk Common Council, City Hall 

Wait Silas L. printer, 51 Warren 

Waite Thomas, innholder, Old Province Coffee House, 

rear 165 Washington 
Waitt George P. painter, over 350 Washington 
Waitt Henry, shoes and leather, 47 Broad, h. 8 Kneeland 
Waitt Isaac B. cordwainer, 5 School, house 54 Portland 
Waitt Jacob, shoes and leather, 47 Broad 
Wakefeiid Terence, house 5 Newton place 
Wakefield Cyrus, grocer, 85 Commercial 
Walcolt Aaron, wlieelw't,Tileslon's wf. h.7 South st. pi 
Walcott Josiah, painter, hou?e 3 Cornhill square 
Walcutt (Lewis) & Cook (Moses), truckmen, Long wf. 

W.'s house 75 Elliot 
Walcutt Charles, honsewright, house 90 Ann 
Waldo Henry S. merchant, house 14 Summer 
Waldo William T. boards 42 Purchase 
Waldock James, tailor, 342 Washington, house do. 
Waldock Wrn. laborer, rear 411 Washington 
Waldren Margaret, widow, 47 Myrtle 
Waldron John, crock, ware, 40 Broad, h. 104 Chambers 
Waldron Samuel W. (Taylor ^ IV.), h. 38 Chambers 
Wales Amasa, hats, 42 Congress 
Wales Nathaniel, 40 Kilby;'boards 9 Elm 
Wales Samuel, 10 Faneuil Hall market, house 7 Friend 
Wales Samuel, jr. dry goods, 49 Kilby, h. 54 Federal 
Wales Thomas 'B. ife Co. (JSatJil H. Emmons ^ T. B. 

W.JT.), Wales's wharf. Sea. W.'s h. 24 Winter 
Wales Thomas C. boots & shoes, 195 Washington 
Walker Amasa & Co. (E. C. Emerson & JY. Harris)^ 

mereh. 22 S. Market, house 10 Montgomery place 
Walker Anna, widow. Fleet 

Walker Charles, 94 Faneuil Hall market, h. Sudbury- 
Walker Cha's E. shoes <fe leath. 40 N. Mark. h. 57 Pond 
Walker Cornelius, teacher in Wells school, h. 30 Myrtle 
Walker Daniel, truckman, house 12 Pitts 
Walker Dana, fruit cellar, Union, house 10 Pitts 
Walker Edward B. hatter, house Hull 
Walker Elisha, housewright, house May 
Walker Elizabeth, widow of Ezekiel, 55 Warren 
Walker Ezra, grocer, Bedford corner Short 


Walker Hamilton, reed mr.ker, rear 104 Purchase 

Walker Ira, laborer, house 76 Summer 

Walker James, 5th street 

Walker John, silver plate worker, house 89 High 

Walker Lawrence, jewelry, 83 Wash. h. Ex. Coffee Ho. 

Walker Matthew, pianofortemaker, house Dedham 

Walker Moses, school, Hawkins, c. Charlestown, house 

G Vernon 
Walker Richard J. housewright, h. 6 Pleasant st. court 
Walker Robert, stevedore, 42 Sea 
Walker Robert, laborer, 90 Broad 
Walker Samuel, school, Leveret court 
Walker Samuel A. shoes, 46 N. Market, h. McLean ct. 
Walker Theo. W. hardw. 30 Dock sq. h. 3 Bumstead pi. 
Walker Thomas, rigger, h. Washington place 
Walker Warner, Charlestown 
Walker Wiides P. 14 Long wharf, h. 62 Salem 
Walker William S., U. S. Navy, boards 1 Kingston 
Walker William, jr. trader, rear 660 Washington 
Wall Michael, tallow chandler, south 752 Washington 
Wall Morris, laborer, rear 143 Broad 
Wallace Caroline M. widow, rear 83 Sea 
Wallace James, pianofortemaker, house 23 W^arren 
Wallace Jerome. See Palmer & W. 
Wallace John, 1 Fayette avenue 
Wallace Robert, clerk, Kilby, house 19 Hancock 
Wallace Sarah, widow, house 8 Prince 
Wallack Moses, house Essex corner Columbia 
Wallack Robert, Essex corner Columbia 
Wallcut Thomas, rear 4 Orange lane 
Walley Charles, house 37 Hancock 
Walley Samuel H. house 14 Beacon 
Walley Samuel H. jr. attorney, 1 City wf. h. 5 Staniford 
Walley Thomas, boards 11 Atkinson 
Wallis Joseph, teamster, Clark alley 
Wallis Mary, widow, 52 Elliot 
Wallis Mordecai L. mason, 45 Poplar 
Walmsley Henry, plasterer, rear 55 Warren 
Walsh John, counsellor, 23 Court 
Walsh Michael, boarding house, 98 Broad 
Walsh Richard, stucco factory, Brighton, h. 17 do. 
Walsh Richard, groceries, 105 Milk, house do. 
Waller Lynde, merchant, 47 State, house 58 Belknap 
Walter Lynde M. ed.Transcript, 10 Exchange, h. 53 Belk. 
Walton Calvin, printer. Bay near Fayetto 
52 ^ 


Walton John, housewright, house Vine 

Walton Reuben, housewright, house 23 Second 

Ward Asa, house 101 Washington 

Ward And. H. weigh, and gua. Cus. H. h. 13 Pearl pi. 

Ward Artemas, leather, 15 N. Market, house 11 Elm 

Ward Artemas, Chief Justice C. C. P. house 6 Park 

Ward Chandler H., 5 Hanover court 

Ward Charles T. merchant, 7 India Wharf, h. 6 Park 

Ward David, house 207 Hanover 

Ward Henry A. physician, corner Sullivan place 

Ward Holbrook, house 8 Slillman place 

Ward (James), Goodby {James) & Co. (Wm. Goodhy), 

grates and fenders, 18 Union 
Ward John, Theatre alley 
Ward John M. house 6 Park , 

Ward Mary, widow of captain William, 212 Hanover 
Ward Patrick, laborer, house rear Hamilton 
Ward Richard, teller Atlantic Bank 
Ward Richard M. clerk, house 3G Cambridge 
Ward Samuel D. counsellor, 10 Court, house 6 Park 
Ward {S. L.) & Rich (0.), silversmiths, Williams court 
Ward Stephen, shipping master, h. rear 76 Charles 
Ward Thomas W. 3 Park 

Ward William, druggist, 26 India, h. 13 Pearl place 
Ward William, sailmaker, Commercial near Foster 
Ward (Wm. H.) & Davis {Edic at d), commission merch. 

75 Milk. Ward's house 20 Beacon 
Ward Winthrpp, W. I. goods, 106 Milk, h. 70 Poplar 
Warden Francis, 224 Washington 
Wardsworth William, boards 105 Front 
Wardwell George, inspector Cus. H. boards 30 School 
Ware Addison, house 60 Tremont 
Ware Daniel L. painter, 97 Cambridge 
Ware George, house 42 Friend 

Ware Horatio G. grocer, 67 Cambridge, h. 3 S. Russell 
Ware John, housewright, house 20 Piedmont 
Ware John, physician, Tremont near Tremont House 
Ware Joshua, clerk, house 20 Piedmont 
Ware Leonard {Everett & W.), house 77 Elliot 
Ware Rhoda, boarding house. Mason 
Ware Sophia, toyshop, 322, house 320 Washington 
Warner Bela, VV. I. goods, 19, house 36 Belknap 
Warner John, 99 Charter 
Warner John E. cooper, 21 Richmond 
Warner William, superintendent Free Bridge, h. A st. 


Warren Asa, musician, rear 585 Washington 

Warren Charles & Co. {Varnum Warren), dry goods, 

92 Hanover, house 93 Salem 
Warren Edward, physician, 3 Bumstead place 
Warren George, marble cutter, house rear 83 Tremont 
Warren Henry, stone cutter, house rear 120 Purchase 
Warren James L. L. F., English goods, 85 Washington 
Warren James, marble cutter, house op. 18 Carver 
Warren John C. physician, 2 Park 
Warren John, jr. See Whittier & Warren 
Warren John, booksel. 186 Tremont, h. 746 Washington 
Warren Jonas, house Barre place 
Warren Joseph R. printer, house 3 Barre place 
Warren Levi, wood, Haverhill, house 13 Lynde 
Warren Lydia, widow, 48 Tremont 
Warren Mary, widow, house 62 Belknap 
Warren (Moses) & Roby (D.), wood & lum. Haverhill 
Warren (Richard) & Park (T. B.), commission mer- 
chants, 59 Water. W.'s house 62 Belknap 
Warren Thomas (Woodcock 8^ IV.), house 93 Salem 
Warren Thomas (Henderson & TV.), house S. Cedar 
Warren Thomas B baker, corner A and 4th 
Warren Thomas R. bootmaker, house 9 Fayette 
Warriner Rebecca, house 55 Portland 
Washburn Abiel, jr. dry goods, 23 Kilby,h. 57 Bowdoin 
Washburn Calvin & Co. (J. M. Washburn), English 

goods, 68 State, house 10 McLean 
Washburn Jabcz, baker, house 7 Brighton 
Washburn James, shipwright, house 66 Charter 
Washburn Jeremiah & Brothers (Theodore &/• WilliaTn)^ 

housewrights, Causeway, house 13 Derne 
Washburn John M. (C. Washburn .^z- Co.), h.69 Poplar 
Washburn John W. clerk, boards 1 Bath 
Washburn Nahum, surgeon dentist, house 31 Winter 
Washburn Salmon, housewright, h. rear 57 Temple 
Washburn Theodore, housewright, Causew. h. 32 Myrtle 
Washburn W. R. P. counsellor, 6 State, h. 34 Chesnut 
Waterman Andrew T, sexton, 2 Pitts place 
Waterman Anthony, machinist, house 168 Pleasant 
Waterman Melzar, silk dyer and bookstore, 390 Wash. 
Waterman Nathaniel, jr. tinplater, 87 Cornhill 
Waterman (Thomas), Jones (Wm.) &. Co. (Cha'sThorp)^ 

housewrights, Barrett. Waterman's h. Battery 
Waterman Thomas, clerk Branch Bank, h. 30 Fayette 
Waters Eben. coppersmith, 157 Broad, h. 172 Purchase 


Waters Elizabeth, nurse, JGl Hanover 

Waters Francis T. house Broadway 

Waters Hannah, dry goods, 2J6 Hanover 

Waters John, Sec'y N. E. Marine Ins. Co. h. 26 Elliot 

Waters Patrick, laborer, house rear 132 Ann 

Waters (T. G.) & Bail {IV. L.), shoes, 27 Cambridge. 

Waters's h. 19 Hancock 
Waterston (Robert), Pray {Isaac C.) & Co. {John W. 

Hall), dry goods, 71 Kilby. W.'s h. High c Oliver 
Waterston Robert C. woollen goods, 73 Kilby up stairs 
Watkins Andrew, Thomsonian Infirmary, 23 Harvard. 

See advertisement 
Watkins Andrew, jr. (P/upps & W.), house 7 Green 
Watkins Charles H. mason, house Lowell place 
Watkins Keziah, widow of David, rear 96 Warren 
Watson Abraham A. physician, 426 Wash. c. Kneeland 
Watson Achsa, house 85 Tremont 
Watson Andrew, laborer, Williams court 
Watson (David) & Bisbee (Thos.), turners, Haverhill 
Watson Edw. jeweller. Wash. c. Milk, h. 3 Jefferson pi. 
Watson Elizabeth, 36 Charter 
Watson Fanny, tailoress, Hull 
Watson George, printer, house 35 Chambers 
Watson Harriet P. dressmaker, 25 Essex 
Watson John, trader, boards 94 Purchase 
Watson John, tailor, house Church cor. S. Cedar 
Watson Lucy, widow, 6 Arch 
Watson Martha, 69 Tromont 
Watson Thomas, trunk maker, house Clark 
Watson Thomas, laborer, house 3 Sister 
Watson William, laborer, 137 Brond 
Watson William, dry goods, 235 Wash, b'ds 7 Federal 
Watts Caleb B. shipwright, house Broadway near I st. 
Watts Francis, Pres. Atlantic Ins. Co. h. 5 Quincy place 
Watts Francis O. counsellor, 20 Court, h. 6 Pearl place 
Watts Rachael, widow, (Commercial near Foster 
Watts Rebecca, widow, Battery 

Watts Robert, fish dealer, 93 Cliambers, h. Leveret ct. 
Watts William, currier. Turnpike 
Watts William, rigger, house 19 Hamilton 
Waugh Abigail, widow, Warren place 
Way S. A. watch dealer, 7 Joy's buildings, h. 9 Elm 
Waymouth Hepzibah S. tailoress, Elliot near Tremont 
Weafer James, grocer, 20 Pleasant 
Weagle Frederick, baker, house 2 Elliot court 


Wear John, cordwainer, 39 Milk, boards Sweetser court 
Weatherbee Elijali T. clotliing, &c. 100 Summer corner 

Broad, house do. 
Weatherbee Gardner E. currier, hoiise 30 South 
Weatherstori Mari^arct, dry goods, Myrtle 
Weaver Edward H. painter, 8 Sudbury 
Webar John, mariner, 45 Prince 

Webb George J. professor of music, h. 33 Mt. Vernon 
Webb John, house 13 Prince 
Webb John, boarding, 46 Union 
Webb Lucy, 10 Bulfinch 
Webb Mary, 83 Prince 

Webb Michael, jr. dry goods, 34 Kilby, h. 1 Barton 
Webber Aaron D. housevv't, Devonshire, b'ds 274 Wash. 
Webber {oilonzo J.) & Smith (A.), tailors, 51 Congress, 

house Oliver 
Webber Hannah, house Kuhn place 
Webber Philip, baker, 4 George 
Webber Temperance, widow, rear 19 Cross 
Webber William, cabinetmaker, house 681 Washington 
Weber Joseph, printer, house 2 Oliver 
Webster Amos, stable, Tremont, hcuse 104 do. 
Webster Ann Eliza, boarding house, 4 Bowdoin 
Webster Benjamin {Kimball & W.), house Stillman 
Webster Daniel, coun. 33 Court, h. Summer eor. High 
Webster Freeman, teamster, rear 83 Pond 
Webster Hannah, widow, 48 Warren 
Webster James, 160 Ann 
Webster (Jos/ma, jr.), Chase {Hczekiah S.) & Co. (.¥. D. 

Klmhall), dry g'ds, 16 Kilby. W.'s h. 5 Pearl pi. 
Webster Luther J. boarding house, 14 Federal 
Webster ( rF>«. C.) & Southard {JVathaniel)^ printers, 9 

Cornhill. W.'s house 20 Orange 
Wedije Betsey, widow of Lothrop, boarding, Noifolk av. 
Wedger JacolD, mariner, 5th street 
Wedger John, baker, Kennard's avenue 
Weed Joseph H. clerk, boards Kilburn's Coffee House 
Weeden Siisan, 320 Ann 

Weeks John S. housewright, h. 6 Madison place 
Weeks Nathaniel. See Tainter & W. 
Weeks Sarah, widow, house 9 Carver 
Weeks William A. (Tuttle ^ IV.), house 85 Prince 
Weeman Ebenezer, blacksmith, Merrimac, h. 16 Gouch 
Weeman Jame.*, blacksmith, house North Margin 
Weir Mary, widow, 3 Norfolk place 


Welch Benjamin, jr. laborer, house 2 George 

Welch Daniel, house 113 Cambridge 

Welch David, laborer, house opposite 20 Avery 

Welch Edward H. boarding house, 85 Summer 

Welch Elizabeth, widow of William, h. 14 Franklin pi. 

Welch Francis, Pres. Frank. Insur. Co. 4 Mt. Vernon 

Welch F. O. See Dallin^^er &, W. 

Welch Hiram, well borer. Leveret lane 

Welch John, laborer, IJO Broad 

Welch John, laborer, 179 Purchase 

Welch John, waiter, rear 22 Federal 

Welch John, laborer, Blackstone 

Welch Michael, shipwright. North Hanover court 

Welch Michael, carpenter, house rear 253 Washington 

Welch Sarah, boarding house, 238 Hanover 

Welch Sarah, widow, 60 Elliot 

Welch Timothy, laborer, Williams court 

Welch Thomas, cooper. Peck lane 

Welch (JVm.) & Griffiths (Ckas.), sawmakers, Congress 

cor. Water 
Weld Aaron D. jr. See Griggs & W. 
Weld Benjamin, ] 12 State 

Weld Daniel &. Son {David), 36 S. Market, h. 742 Wash. 
Weld David (D. Weld & Son), h. 6 Central court 
Weld George M. meichant, 5 1-2 India 
Weld Horatio H. editor Galaxy, house 6 Hollis 
Weld James, baker, 15 Custom House street 
Weld John D. (Emmons &. IV.), house 11 Kneeland 
Weld Sarah, widow of Frederick, h. 62 Temple 
Weld Thomas S. hardware, 60 Kilby 
Weld William F. merchant, 25 Central wf h. 60 Leveret 
Welles Arnold F. attorney, 17 Court, h. 9 Rowe place 
Welles Augustus L. {jlllen <^ JV.), b'ds Kilburn's C. H. 
Welles Alfred & Co. {^bel R, JVevers), silver ware, 82 

Washington, house 19 Chesnut 
Welles Benjamin & Co. (B. Pratt fVelles), merchants, 

16 Chesnut 
Welles Benj. Pratt (B. Welles S^ Co.), h. 59 Summer 
Welles John, 31 State 
Welles John, house 59 Summer 

Welles Titus, President Eagle Bank, house 3 Walnut 
Welles William, confectioner, house 38 Bedford 
Wellman Elisha, housewright, h. op. 79 Pleasant 
Wellmau George B. clerk Custom H. h. 26 High 
Wellman William A. clerk Custom H. 1j. 26 High 



Wells Augustus. See Allen & W. 

Wells Abigail, variety hread store, 31 Leveret 

Wells Charles, Pres. Mutu il Ins. Co. Ii. 20 Bowdoin 

Wells Charles A. bookbinder, I and 7 Water 

Wells Charles B. deputy tnarshal, house 5 Barton 

Wells Eliza, widow of Thomas, rear 202 Hanover 

Wells E. M P. Rev. school for moral discipline, South 

Boston Point. See advertisement 
Wells Hannah, widow of Seth, G Lynde 
Wells John B. general inspector of beef and pork, 116 

Milk, house 21 Charter 
Wells Lydia, widow of Benjamin T., 53 Salem 
Wells Martha, widow, house 55 Salem 
Wells Mary Ann, 3 Norfolk place 
Wells Nathaniel, house 104 Washington 
Wells Oliver S. (Davis & IV.), hou/e 25 Brighton 
Wells Rusj'oll, printer, house 10 Blossom 
Wells Sarah, 85 Purchase 

Wells Samuel A., Pres. Atlas Ins. Co. 23 Mt. Vernon 
Wells Thomas, 69 Ann 

Wells Thomas G. & Co. stereotype foundry, Water 
Wellington Abner, butcher, house rear 108 Cambridge 
Wellington A. A. (G. Murdock ^ Co.), h. 96 Salem 

Wellinirton Benjamin, cordwainer, house 75 S. Russell 
Wellington Charles, 90 Faneuil Hall market 

Wellington {Duvid, jr.) & Foster (T. R.), W. I. goods, 

5 N. Market. W. boards at Kilburn's Cof. H. 
Wellington E. G. See Bridge & W. 

Wellington Jonathan F., 10 Boylston market 

Wellington Seth, stall, 3 Boylston market 

Welsh Henry, tinplater, 235 Wash, boards 1 Sevvall pi. 

Welsh Rufus. See Macomber, W. & Co. 

Welsh Richard, bricklayer, A street 

Welsh Sarah, house 5 Jefferson place 

Welsh Thomas, cooper, rear Centre 

Welsh Walter, 61 F. H. market, h. 24 South Russell 

Weltch Nancy, widow, 6 Sweetser court 

Wendell Abraham, jr. captain, Broadway 

Wendell John, housewright, rear 53 Broad 

Wentworth Ale.itander, clerk, opposite Bartlett's wharf 

Wentworth Cyrus, clerk, boards Federal cor. High 

W(mtworth Henry, livery stable, rear 158 Washington 

Wentworth James. See Button & W. 

Wentworth Mary, nurse, Warren place cor. Pleasant 

Wentworth Mary, house Hancock avenue 


Wentworth Pliilip, jr. clerk, 84 Salem 

Wentworth Wm. truckman, 7 Custom-h. st. h. Merrimac 

Wescott Edward, grocer, 106 Sea 

Wesson Mary, widow, 4 Morton place 

Wesson Silas, house G Treinont near Pleasant 

Wesson William, housewri^lit, rear 3S Short ' 

Wesson Wm. M. jeweller, 105 VV^sh. h. 4 Morton pi. 

West Anna, widow of Joseph, 115 I'urchase 

West Charles, silver smith, house 104 Washington 

West Charles, boarding, 210 Ann 

West Elbridge, clerk, house 101 Washington 

West John, India rubber dresser, house Church 

West Joseph & Co. (IVm. Parkman), hardware, 5 Dock 

square, house 33 High 
West Lucy, widow, 57 Chambers 
West Lucy, widow, boarding house, opposite 2 Bath 
West Sarah, 8 Sudbury 

West S. Samuel, bookbinder, rear 15 Hawkins 
West Thomas, confectioner, 159 Ann 
Weston Alden B. mer. 37 Commer. wf. b'ds 8 Pearl 
Weston Betsey, widow, 19 Williams 
Weston Caroline, 38 Boylston 

Weston Deborah, widow, Washington cor. Bedford 
Weston Ezra, 37 Commer. wf h. at Franklin Hotel 
Weston Ezra, jr. attorney, 17 Court, h. 1 Hancock av. 
Weston James. See Wise iSz, W. 
Weston Mary, tailoress, Bedfi)rd corner Washington 
Weston William P. housewright, Thaxter place 
Wetherbee Jeremiah, stonecutter, ('auseway 
Wetherbee John, clerk, h. 86 Mt. Vernon 
Wetherbee Lucy, boarding Jiouse, 38 Union 
Wetherbee Sarah, house 86 Mt. Vernon 
Wetherell (John), Fowie (Charles S.) & Barlow (H. S.), 

mer. 79 Kilby. W.'s h. 9 Hamilton place 
Wey James C. painter, house 11 South Russell 
Whaland Martin, laborer, head Ellis's wharf 
Whaland Stephen, blacksmith, Medford, h. N. Margin 
W^halen Catherine, house Broadway 
Whall Joseph, whitesmith, house 30 Short 
Wheelden Benj. reedmaker, Lindall, h. 55 Merrimac 
Wheel den James, tinplate worker, house 57 Tremont 
Wheeler Abel, instructor, Boylston school, b'ds 44 High 
Wheeler Abner B. physician. Lying-in Hos., 718 Wash. 
Wheeler Abigail, widow, 38 Elliot 
Wheeler Benjamin, raerchant, house Boylston 


Wheeler Cyrus, hoiisewright, house rear 130 Plensant 
Wheeler Edward, jr. {Peck S^ W.), house 101 Washing. 
Wheeler Eliz;ibeth, widow, 1 Central court 
Wheeler Elisha, W. I. goods, 805, h. 807 Washington 

' Wheeler Eliza M. dressmaker, h. 1 Fayette court 
Wheeler George P. (C. Lane & Co.). boards 14 High 

< Wheeler Gilhitn B h'oiisewright, Wheeler's court, h. 
corner Tremoiit and Pleasant 
Wheeler Hannah, 12 Tileston 

Wlieeler Jona. D. (Farrmm, Mills ^ JV.), h. 72 Temple 
Wheeler John, 32 Allen 

Wfieeler Joel, bricklayer, Castle opposite Middlesex 
Wheeler John, blacksmith, rear Broadway 
Wheeler John H. housevvright, h. 15 Tremont n. Wash. 
Wheeler Joseph, broker, 3 Exchange, h. 75 Prince 
Wheeler Joseph N. tallow chandler, 5 Blake's court 
Wheeler Joseph P. merchant, 79 State, h. 142 Tremont 
Wheeler Mary, widow, house 12 East 
Wheeler Mary, widow of Joel, 5 Tremont n. Pleasant 
Wheeler'Moses, merchant, 79 State, h. 142 Tremont 
Wheeler Nathan, house 2 George 

Wheeler Rufus, surg. dentist, 441 Wash. h. op. 24 Pleas. 
Wheeler (Samuel) &. Harrinijton (Bowen), W. 1. goods, 

13 City wf. W.'sh. 84 Hanover 
Wheeler Samuel, Sec. Protec. Ins. Co. h. 37 Tremont 
Wheeler Warren, laborer, rear Merrimac 
Wheeler William H. mess South liank, h. 34 Boyiston 
Wheeler William, halter, Richmond 
Wheeler William, clerk, house Northampton 
Wheeler William, cordwainer, house 10 Avery 
Wheelock C. H.. 99 Pond 
Wheelock D. & F. F. dry goods, 72 Hanover 
Wheelock F. F. boards 8 Howard 

Wheelock Gill, dry goods, 32 Central, h. 15 Avon place 
Wheelock James J., 20 Friend 
Wheelock Lucy, 39 Bo) Iston 

Wheelock William A. broker, Rogers's Buildings 
Wheelwiight Daniel, weigher, 42 Iridia, h. 81 Bedford 
Wheelwright Ebeiiezer, merch.4 & 5 City wf h. 18 Milk 
Wheelwright Esther and Martha, 24 Atkinson 
Wheelwrighf, George, turner, 19 Dock sq. h. 25 Vernon 
Wheelwright Joseph, woodsowyer, Commer. n. Hanover 
Wheelwright Lot & Son (Lot, jr.), 46 Central wharf 
Wheelwright Lot, house 99 Purchase 
Wheelwright Lot, jr. house 22 Chesnut 


Wiieelwright Mary B. boardinj; house, 2 Morton place 
Wheelwright Samuel, weigher and guager, 35 India, 

house 28 Washington place 
Wheelwright SamueK jr., 41 Broad, h. 28 Washing, place 
Whidden John M. merchant,, house 45 High 
Whipping George, rear 30 Prince 
Whipple Amariuh B. chair painter, house 1 West 
Whipple Ambrose, mariner, Commer. n. Henchman lane 
Whipple Benjamin, inspector Custom House 
Whipple B. F. housewright, Commercial, h. 24 Prince 
Whipple Jan)es, machinist, h. rear Dedham near Suffolk 
Whipple James K. See Perkins, Marvin & Co. 
Whipple Perley B. clerk, 18 North Market 
Whiston Elizabeth, widow, cor. Washington and Avery 
Whiston Francis C. super. H. of Reforma., h. Broadway 
Whitaker Edward H. painter. Spring lane, h. 57 South 
Whitaker E. K. house 42 Atkinson 

Whitaker Nath. H. 46 Washington, h. 14 Province H. ct. 
Whicher Luther, mason, rear C street 
Whitcomb {Asa) & Bent (John P.). grocers, Mt. Vernon. 

Whitcomb's house 1 Myrtle court 
Whitcomb John, house 6 Short 

Whitcomb Levi, jijiner, Wilkinson & Pratt's wf. h. Moon 
Whitcomb Samuel, 28 South Russell 
Whitcomb Samuel, jr. clerk Custom House 
White Abigail, confectionary, 685 Washington 
White Adonijah, house 1 Warren 
White Alden, rear 8 Charter 
White Ann, widow. Bridge street avenue 
White Asa, lead pipes and copper pumps, 10 Market sq. 
White Artemas, farrier, 4 Brattle sq. house 19 Friend 
White Azell, musician, 2 Haymarket place 
White Benj. C. 3 1-2 Commercial, h. 649 Washington 
White Benjamin F. counting room 11 Kilby, h. 64 High 
White Charles, druggist, 269 Washington, li. 3 Avon pi. 
White Charles, housewright, house 24 Cross 
White Charles A. See Cushing, W. & Co. 
White Charles S. mason, 7 Madison place 
White Christopher C. pianoforte maker, boards 105 Front 
White Cromwell W. house 36 Friend 
White David, jr. house 28 Orange 
White Ebenezer, housewright, h. 3 Cedar lane 
White Edward, penny post, house 5 Columbia 
White Elihu, druggist, 549 Washington cor. Tremont 
White Elijah, housewright, 12 Vine 


White Elizabetli, widow, house 28 Orange 

White Elizabeth, widow, rear G3 Elliot 

White Ferdinand E. nier 22 Long wf. h. 39 Mt. Vernon 

White Fonso W. rear 17 Hanover 

White Henry, laborer, h. 291 Ann 

White Jas. A. rigger, 15 Foster's wf. h. r. 150 Purchase 

White J. A. chair painter, house W. Centre 

White James C. dry goods, 89 Hanover, h. 8 Howard 

White Jesse, handcartman, 70 Pond 

White John, porter State Bank, h. Congress court 

White John, cordwainer, Barry's wharf 

White John, saddler, rear 14 Dock square, h. rear East 

White John, victualler. Creek square 

White John, house 52 Allen 

White John L. innholder, 29 Union 

White John, cordwainer, h. 11 Garden 

White John, jr. druggist, 30 School, h. 55 Temple 

White John M. painter, h. 11 Garden 

White Joseph, cashier Atlas Bank, h. 678 Washington 

White Jos. A. (JV. M. Stcdman ^ Co.), b'ds 1 Sweetser ct. 

White Lois, widow of Benjamin, h. 3 Province H. court 

White Lothrop, h. 6 Bulfinch 

White Lyman, painter, house 54 Tremont 

White Margaret, widow, G Hoi lis 

White Martin K. house rear 22 North Russell 

White {Moody) & Kent (Job), W. I. goods, 72 Front 

White Moody, house 27 Harvard 

White Mary, 29 Vernon 

White Mary Ann, widow, 71 Bedford 

White Mary T. widow of James, h. 47 Warren 

White P. H. teller North Bank, h. 3 Province H. court 

White Reuben, brickmaker, rear 714 Washington 

White Robert (St07ie ^ IV.), house 24 Charles 

White Ruth, tailoress, house Clark alley 

White Samuel D. painter, house 54 Tremont 

White Sevvall, sugar refiner. North Margin 

White Stephen, laborer, 12 Lyman place 

White Stephen, 39 State, house Somerset 

White Stillman, blacksmith, Haverhill 

White Thomas, housewright, house 15 Tileston 

White Thomas, h. Pond 

White (Warren) tfe Bass (Stephen G.), W. L goods, G63 

and 6G5 Washington. W.'s house GG5 do. 
White William, domes, g'ds, Central, b'ds 1 Boylston pL 
White William, rigger, Washington avenue 

376 ». DIRECTORY. 

White William, sawyer, house Peck lane 
White William A. {Gushing, W. ^ Co.), h. 21 Somerset 
White William B. watchmaker, 4 Ann, h. 3 Cedar Jane 
White W. F. See Chester *& W. 
White William 1*. laborer, Gonch 
White William S. captain, 649 Washington 
White William S. jr. 2 B street 
Whrte. See Wight 

Whitehead Oliver, truckman, Canal , 

Whitehouse George, mason, Alden court 
Wliitehouse Sally, widow of Charles W. h. 4th street 
Whithead John, mariner, house 17 North square 
Whiting Charles {Boyden & W.), h. Exchange Coffee H. 
Whiiing Caleb, paints, 55 Broad, house rear 65 Leveret 
Whiting Calvin, teller Globe Bank, house 22 Fayette 
Whiting David, jr. comedian, h. ]7 Blossom 
Whiting Elizabeth, widow, house 65 Leveret 
Whiiing Ephraim, clerk, h. 154 Washington 
Whiting George, laborer, 65 Leveret 
Whiting Harlous, merchant, house 1 Boyjston place 
Whiting Hosea, 98 Faneuil Hall market, h. 25 Brattle 
WJiiting John, stove manu. 12 Coramer. h. 5 Pemb. hill 
Whiting Kimball, tailor, 71 Ann 
Whiting Marcus, cashier Oriental Bank 
Whiiing Mary Ann, tailoress, 12 Boylston 
Whiting Nathaniel {George Howe 4" Co.), b'ds 3 Pearl 
Whiting Ozias, housewright, h. Brookline near Suffolk 
Whiting Ruth, boarding, 280 Washington 
Whitman Alanson, teamster, house Travers 
Whitman Allen, house rear 101 Cambridge 
Whitman Bancrofts, laborer, house 31 Cross 
Whitman Benjamin, counsellor, house 39 Federal 
Whitman C. S. physician, 61 Broadway cor. Dorchester 
Whitman {Edio.) «fcNewhalI (JwA/i), wheelwrights, Pond 
Whitman Edward, house 17 North Bennet 
Whitman Electa, widow, Travers 
Whitman E. P. {Parks, Wright ^ Co), h. 13 Beacon 
Whitman Freedom, housewright, S. Margin, h. Prospect 
Whitman G. H. attorney, 9 State, h. 39 Federal 
Whitman Jason, Rev. house Castle near Front 
Whitman Snow, housewright, 2d street 
Whitman Thomas, caulker and graver, 76 Prince 
Whitmarsh Hannah, widow, 95 Elliot 
Whitmore {Amos) & Holbrook {Samuel E.), boatbuild'rs, 
Sargent's wharf. Whitmore's house Hull 



■Whitmore C. O. See Lombard &■ W. ^ „ . 

Whitney Abel, school, Harvard place, house 2 Fruit 
Whitney Abi<fail, widow, boarding, 21 Bedford 
Whitney Abraham, truckman. North Margin 
Whi'ney Barnabas, instrncter, 29 Joy's build, h. 35 Myrtle 

Whitney B. D. (Ric/iardson & W.), h. 3 Hartford place 

Whitney Benj. L. {Ball, Baker & Co.), h. 25 Atkinson 

Whitney Charles, truckman, N. Margin 

Whitney Constant H. house rear N. Margin 

Whitney Ebenezer T. teamster, 59 Myrtle 

Whitney Elbridge G. hats, 82 Commercial 

Whitney {EH M.) & Richardson (C), grocers, 37 School. 

Whitney's house 71 Warren 
^Vhitney Ephraim, physician, 3 Bridge 
Whitney Frances, widow, house 34 Poplar 
Whitney Georire, coachman, h. Brookline near Suffolk 
Whitney {Geo^), Brown {jllb. H) &. Co. (Jjinasa Pierce), 

warehouse, 57 Cornh.& 15Commer. See advertise. 
Whitney {Genrare A.) & Fisk {Josiah), dry goods, 37 

Kilby. Whitney's house 18 Winter 
Whitney "Israel {Stanton, Kkhoh & W.), h. 58 Chesnut 
Whitney Israel, house 2 Province 
Whitney Jacob, baker, rear Bioadway 
Whitney James S. provisions, 74 Court, h. 30 N. Russell 
Whitney John, bar room, h. 2 Devonshire 
Whitney John, stevedore, h. Gibbs lane 
Whitney John, truckman, h. Hawkins 
Whitney John H. dry goods, 193 Wash. h. 140 Hanover 
Whitney Jonathan, 13 Commercial, h. Bowdoin square 
Whitney Jonathan, jr. 13 Commercial 
Whitney Joseph & Co. {Freeman Mien & James L. Gor- 

ham), wholesale shoe store, 94 Water, h. 59 High 
Whitney Joseph A. broker, Merrimac 
Whitney Josiah & Co. {Josiah W. Blake), merchants, 

43 Central wharf 
Whitney J. P. shoes, 85 Court, boards Hamilton 
Whitney Levi, grocer, Derne cor. Temple, h. 5 Derne 
Whitney Moses, jr. leather, 34 N. Market, h. 5 Federal ct. 
Whitney Nahum' P. housewright, rear 34 Poplar 
Whitney {Paul) & Haskell {Levi B.), English goods, 99 

Washington. Whitney's house 21 Lynde 
Whitney Prentiss, aucl'r, 30 Washington, h. 124 Charles 
Whitney Salmon, W. I. g'ds, 23 Long wf. h. 14 Stamford 
Whitney Sarah, widow, boarding house, 35 Cambridge 


Whitney (Simri) & Terry (H. G.), bookbinders, 127, h. 

102 Washington 
Whitney William, merchant, 41 Broad, h. 25 Atkinson , 
Whitney William D. cabinetmaker, Suffolk near Dovar 
Whitney William F. (Delano <^ W.), h. 12 Allen 
Whiton David, jr. (A. Fearing & Co.), b'ds 20 Atkinson, 
Whiton Ebed, silversmith, rear 87 Wash. h. 89 Hanover 
Whiton Ezra, jr. New York packet office, 21 India 
Whiton (James M.) & March (Andreio S.), dry goods, 

41 Kilby 
Whittel Hugh, dry goods, 255 Washington 
Whiton Isaiah. See Blaney & W. 
Whiton John P. clerk, Broad, h. 194 Tremont 
Whittemore Benjamin, Rev. Broadway 
Whittemore Betsey, widow, 20 La Grange place 
Whittemore Geo. mer. 32 Long wf. h. 27 Washing, p). 
Whittemore James, h. Henchman lane 
Whittemore James, houscwright, h. 110 Warren 
Whittemore Joel, handcartman, h. 36 Court 
Whittemore John, ropemaker, house 711 Washington 
Whittemore Jarvis, spruce beer, 53 Brattle 
Whittemore Thomas J. 50 N. Market, h. 18 McLean 
Whittemore William, distiller, 1st street 
Whittemore William & Co. (r/tomfl^ J.),cardmanufac- 

turers, 50 North Market 
Whitten Caroline, widow, 41 South 
Whitten Francis, baker, 53 Cambridge 
Whitten Robert, boarding, 39 Sea 
Whittey John, laborer, rear 110 Sea 
Whittey Michael, laborer, rear 17 Sea 
Whittier (T. G.) &, Warren (/. jr.), shoes, 14 Dock sq. 
Whittle James, Henchman lane 
Whitwell John P. druggist andapoth. Milk corner Bath, 

house 8 Avon place 
Whitwell Lucy C. widow of Benj., Chesnut eor. Spruce 
Whitwell Margaret, widow, 15 West 
WhitweW (Samuel), Bond (Geo.) & Co. (B. Seaver & 

G. W. Bond), auc. 11 Kilby. W.'s h. Winthrop pi. 
Whitwell William, housewright, 17 Pinckney 
Whorf Samuel, boarding, 25 Union 
Widdifield Daniel B. optician, 139 Washington, house 6 

Hawkins. See advertisement 
Widdows Henry, boards 42 Purchase 
Widdleton Thomas, housejoiner, h. 110 Warren 
Wiemert Peter, tailor, 74 Boylston 



Wio-'^in Asa A. jtrocery and wooden ware, 61 Hanover 
Wi^^in Charles E. crockery, 4 Marshall, h. 62 Salem 
Wi|gin James S. (Robinson & fF.), boards 134 Hanover 
Wiggin Noah, blacksmith, h. 93 Elliot 
Wiggin Samuel, h. rear 122 Hanover 
Wi^^lesvvorth Edw. 16 India wf. boards 19 Franklin pi. 
Wigglesworth Thos. 16 India wf. h. 19 Franklin place 
Wi^iit Aaron W. musician, h. South Cedar 
Wi"ht Aaron W. jr. (Denton & Wight), boards S. Cedar 
VVi^ht Chs. lastmaker, Fulton, h. 10 Ash 
Wi^ht Ebenezer, druggist, 46 Milk, opposite tederal 
Wight Edward, h. 26 La Grange place 
Wightman Joseph (Claxton & W.), h. 33 Warren 
Wightman Maria, h. rear 22 North Russell 
Wightman Martha, tailoress, 33 Warren 
Wilbur Rachel C. tailoress, 41 South 
Wilcut John, mason, house rear 2d street 
Wilcut Levi, housewr't, Commer. n. Railway, h. fealuta. 
Wilcutt Joseph, jr. undertaker &. housew't, h. Short lane 
Wild Amasa T. laborer, 37 Belknap 
Wild Barnabas, truckman, opposite 84 Sea 
Wild C. D. truckman, 9 Cross , ,^ „ ,• 

Wild Daniel, jr. broker, 2 Exchange, h. 16 Hancock 
Wild James C. cashier Boston Bank, h. 5 Acorn 
Wild James T. (Upham, Wild & Co.), h. Pearl 
Wild John, mastmaker, h. Commercial near Foster 
Wild Paul, 5 Faneuil Hall market 
Wild Wanen, broker, 6 Exchange, h. 25 Harvard 
Wild William A. tiuckman, 9 Cross 
Wilde George C. clerk Supr. Court, h.l9 La Grange pi. 
Wilde Samuel S. Judge Supr. Court, h. 52 Mt. Vernon 
Wilder Beniah, typefounder, rear 248 Hanover 
Wilder Benj. G. (Gould, W. & Co.), h. 33 Orange 
Wilder Beulah, 17 Pinckney 

Wilder Eleazer, caulker and graver, h. Lane place 
Wilder Enos, engineer, 49 Chatham 
Wilder James H. attorney, h. 11 Beacon 
Wilder Lewis, carpenter, h. 33 Fayette ,.,.,, , 
Wilder Martin, carriagesmith, Hawley pi. h. 4 Norfolk pi. 
Wilder M. P., W. I. goods, 3 Central wharf 
Wilder Sally, widow, 75 Bedford 
Wilder Volney, pianofortemaker, house Maiden 
Wildermuth Mary, widow, boarding house, 74 Broad 
Wildes James, agent Salem stage, City Tavern, house 6 
Stillman place 



Wildes Solonjon, innholder, 11 Elm 

Wildes Solomon L. broker, 16 Exehanse, h. 124 Charles 

Wildes Williiim, 16 N. Market, h. 13 Montgomery pi. 

Wilder Williani, cooper, 85 Commercial 

Wiley Heiirv G. pliysician, hoards 36 Purchase 

Wil^y Thos". teller U. S. B. B. h. Myrtle cor. Butolph 

Wiley William, Rev. cor. Federal and Franklin place 

Wiley Wm. surg, inst. manu. 23 Water, h. 39 Congress 

Wiley William, mariner. Well cor. Wharf 

Wilkins Abijah, housevvright, h. 7 Blossom 

Wilkins Bruce, house 13 Hawkins 

Wilkins Charles & William B., W. I. goods, 33 Long 

wharf, h. 7 Howard 
Wilkins David, laborer, house Balterman place 
Wilkins Fann)-, widow, 82 Purchase 
Wilkins F. B. cellar, 70 Commercial 
Wilkins Geo. W., W. I. g'ds, 4 Liverp. wf. h. 82 Purch. 
Wilkins James, baker, Salter place 

Wilkins Jeremiah, victualler, 83 Comm. h. 14 Piedmont 
Wilkins John H. &. Co. (Charles Buioies), paper dealers^ 

12 Water, house in Brookline 
Wilkins hev\ {Gould, Wilder & Co.), h. 119 Pleasant 
Wilkins William, 34 Faneuil Hall market, h. 10 Centre 
Wilkinson Arthur (T. P. Cushing & Co.), b'ds 8 Pearl 
Wilkinson (Simon) &, Pratt (Eleazer), caulkers and gra- 
vers, VVilkinson & Pratt's wf. W.'s h. 7 Charter 
Wilkinson Michael, cordwainer, h. 17 Summer 
Wilkinson Thomas, cabinetmaker, house Grove 
Wilkinson Westley, cabinetmaker, North square 
Wilkinson Williau), sexton, Bartiett 
Willard Aaron, clockmaker, 843 Washington 
Willard Aaion, jr. clockmaker, 815 Washington 
Willard Abigail B. 159 Hanover 

Willard Alfred, comb store, 149 Wash. h. 31 Tremont 
Willard Augustus H. hackman, Bumstead court 
Willard Benj. F. Sec'y Boylston Insurance Company, 

boards 29 Orange 
Willard Henry, clockcase mak. rear 843, h. 843 Wash. 
Willard Henry H. dry goods, 287 Wash. h. 24 Leveret 
Willard Henry, portrait painter, 77 Cornhill 
Willard Joseph, counsellor, 20 Court, h. 2 Somerset pi. 
Willard Josiah, 115 Tremont 
Willard Sidney, Ed. Christian Register, 19 Water 
Willard Simon, jr. watchmaker, 9 Congress, h. 3 South 
Willard William W. bookkeeper Oriental Bank 


Icutt Joseph, housewright and undertaker, 98 Sea 
Icutt Joseph, jr. housewright, rear 13 N. Bennet 
Icutt WiHiam, mason, h. Comm. n. Henchman lane 
!ett William, surveyor, house 516 Washington 
ley Sarah, lailoress, rear 27 Milk 
liam John, calico printer, house 3 Cornhill square 
liams Aaron D. 102 Fancuil Hall market 
liams Ambrose, laborer, 2 Bovvdoin square 
liams Augustus L. h. Lincoln court 
liams Benj. S. umb. mak. 11 G Wash. h. 38 Brighton 
liams Betsey O. widow of Wiiiard, house 84 Elliot 
liams Cecil C widow of Henry, 14 School 
hams Charles. See R. P. & C. Williams 
liams Christopher C. housewright, b'ds 11 Nassau 
liams D. H. 141 Washington, h. 49 Pinckney 
liams David W. (J. D. & M. Williams), h. 744 Wash, 
liams Deodat, soda, Devonshire, h. 112 Court 
liams Eli C. farrier, 23 Portland 
liams Elij. & Co. (£. jr.), 23 Long wf h. 6 Avon pi. 
E. jr.'s house 48 Pinckney 

liams Eliphalet, cashier City Bank, house 23 Pearl 
liams Elisha, laborer, house 55 Elliot 
liams Eliza, i3Marston place 
liams F. H. counsellor, 81 VVashington 
liams Francis, mariner, 42 Sea 

liams Frederick A. clerk Boston and Worcester Rail- 
road, 617 VVashington 
liams Frederick G. clerk, 1 Oliver place 
liams George F. {Tucker <^ W.), h. 744 Washington 
liams George, gilder, 63 Court 
liams George H. See Sawyer & W. 
liams H. & R. brokers and auctioneers, 4 Central 
wharf H. W.'s house 15 North Russell 
liams Hannah, widow, h. Lenox 
liams Hannah, widow, rear 23 Friend 
liams Harck, boarding, 12 Wharf 
liams Henry R. tailor, 63 Congress, house 43 High 
liams Horace, grocer, 100 Canal, h. 1 Leveret court 
liams Horace, 8 Joy's building, h. 34 Milk 
liams Isaac, shoes, 180 VVa,sh. h. 64 Tremont 
liams Isaac F. wireworker, 69 Cornhill, h. 124 Court 
liams James, hairdresser, 188 Ann 
liams James, tailor, 21 Brattle, house 91 Charles, 
liams James, harness maker, West, h. 16 Boylston sq. 
liams (Jer.) & Munroe (Lewis), stablers, 16 Portland 


"Williams John, sheet iron worker, h. 15 Nassau 
Williams John, h. 14 South 
Williams John, counsellor, Commercial, h. 3 McLean ct. 
Williams John, clothing store, 37 Brattle, h. Commercial ■ 

near Foster 
Williams John, waterman, 17 Fleet 
Williams John & Co. (S. Langieij, jr.), dvy goods, 17 

Kilby, house 10 West 
Williams John D. & M. wine mer 33 South Market 
Williams John D. house 744 Washington 
Williams John S. dry goods, G7 Water, h. 34 Boylston 
Williams John W., 23 Long wharf 
Williams Jonathan T. clerk, house 98 Tremont 
Williams Lemuel, house 9 Bridge street court 
Williams Lewis T. cordwainer, 3G Elliot 
Williams Lucy, widow, Elliot corner Barre place 

Williams Mary, instructress, 49 South, h. 44 Fayette 
Williams Mary, widow, rear 18 South Bennet 
Williams Moses {J. D. ^ M. W.), h. Jamaica Plains 
Williams Nancy, widow of Jonathan, h. 98 Tremont 

Williams Nathaniel, captain, Murray place 

Williams Nathaniel L. 7 Morton place 

Williams Peter, rigger, 257 Ann 

Williams Robert, house Minot 

Williams Robert B. Ocean Ins. office, h. 66 Pinckney 

Williams R. P. & C. booksellers, 20 Cornhill, house 6 
Bridge street court 

Williams Rachel, widow, 12 Federal 

Williams Ruth, widow of Thomas R. 5 Prov. House ct.. 

Williams Sam"l G. & Co. brokers, 40 State, h. 7 Otis pL 

Williams Samuel K. counsellor, h. 8 Washington place 

Williams Samuel S {Doggttt & Co.), h. in Roxbury 

Williams Sarah, widow, 14 Brattle 

Williams Stacey, laborer, Commercial near Charter 

Williams Susan, widow, Gibbs lane 

Williams Susanna, widow of Thomas, h. 131 Tremont 

Williams Thomas, laborer, house 77 Warren 

Williams Thomas, stevedore, Salutation 

Williams Tho's A. painter, 32 Elm, h. 5 Prov. House ct. 

Williams Timothy, n»erehant,48 India wf h. 14 South 

Williams William R. stevedore, house rear 77 Purchase 
Williams William W. mariner, Commercial near Hano. 

Williamson Elizabeth, widow. Peck lane 
Williamson {Richard), Flynn (Roger) & Co. (Patrick 
Flymi), dry g'ds, 37 1-2 Kilby. W.'s h. c. 3. Mason 



Williamson Thomas, mariner, house Lyman place 

Willis Benjamin, merchant, 118 Purchase 

Willis Charles, 50 1-2 North Market, house 25 Prince 

Willis Charles, jr. 51 and 52 North Market 

Willis Clement, VV. I. g'ds, Federal c. High, h. 18 High 

Willis Henry, typefounder, 66 Congr. h. 118 Purchase 

Willis Martha, widow, 138 Hanover 

Willis Nath'l, pro. Recorder, 19 Water, h. 31 Atkinson 

Willis Rebecca, widow, 2 Kneeland 

Willis Richard, shoemaker, corner A and 3d streets 

Willis Robert B. merchant, 25 India wf. h. 17 Sudbury 

Willis Royal B. cabinetmaker, h. 8 Bridge st. court 

Willis Stillman, jeweller, 153 Wash, h 58 Federal 

Williston George W. ropemaker. 4th street 

Williston Joseph, sugar boiler, Centre corner Hanover 

Williston Joseph, jr. housevvright, h. 16 North Russell 

Willson Harvey {Wlthington iy IV.), h. 107 Pleasant 

Willson John, housewright, house 3 Elliot court 

Willson William, captain, house 7 Green 

Willson William H. h. 7 Green 

Wilmot Nathaniel N. gunmaker, rear 13 Court 

Wilson Ann N. boarding, 3 Cajnbridge near Bowdoin 

Wilson Archibald, hatter, house Bumstead court 

Wilson Hannah, widow, Battcrman place 

Wilson Hannah, boarding house, 12-! Purchase 

Wilson Jabez, laborer, 4th st. near Turnpike 

Wilson James, tollgatherer, house 95 Charles 

Wilson James, laborer, 6 South Margin 

Wilson James, crier. Congress square 

Wilson John, branch pilot, 8 Fleet 

Wilson John &l Son {J. jr.), tailors, 24 Court, house 1 

Bradford place 
Wilson Joseph, cordage manufacturer, 21 Commer. wf. 
Wilson Judith, widow of William, h. 45 Cambiidge 
Wilson Lydia <fe Sarah, dressmakers, h. 168 Hanover 
Wilson Peter, laborer, house 31 Carver 
Wilson Robert, florist, 99 Cambridge, h. 9 Allen 
Wilson Robert, tailor, house 20 Friend 
Wilson Ruth, widow, 53 Pond 
Wilson Russell, machinist, Ivers corner Merrimac 
Wilson {Sam'i) & Russ (.^//).), plasterers, 2 Bridge st. ct. 
Wilson Thomas, laborer, 137 Broad 
Wilson William H. painter, house Lane place 
Wilson William H. «& Co. {Wm. Forbes), tailors, 25 State 
Wilson W. W. eog. & plate printer, 123, b'ds 158 Wash. 



Wilton Rebecca, nurse, 52 South 

Winch Lucy, widow, Chailestown 

Winchester Alvin, 238 Ann 

Winchester Amasa, house 26 Somerset 

Winchester Augustus, housewrieht, Carver, h. 37 Fayette 

Winchester A. jr. W. I. y'ds, 15 S. Mark. h. 20 Somerset 

Winchester E., A. & W. provision dealers, 15 S. Mark. 

h. W's house liJ Richmond 
Winchester Fitz E. saddler, 67 Pond 
, Winchester Jacob B., 30 Faneuil Hall market 
Winchester Stephen (E., ^. ^ JV.), h. Comm. n. Hanover 
Winchester Wm. P. {£., A. ^ JV.), h. 20 Franklin place 
Winheld James, mariner, 13 Friend 
Wing B. F. physician, 5 Tremont House 
Wing Joseph, house 8 Garden 
Wingate H. carpenter, Pond near Charlestown bridge 

"tif/o^^'"""''^ ^ Dickinson (J. i^.), clothes and hats, 
120 State. Winkley's house 1 Pearl 
Winn C. G., 93 Faneuil Hall market 
Winn David, cooper, house II Essex place 
Winn Elizabeth, widow, house West Centre 
Winn John, laborer, house 20 Creek square 
Winn Mark L. See Bowman, W. & Co. 
Winn William, inspector, Custom House 
Winship Alice, widow, 470 Washin^non 
Winship Elizabeth, nurse, 16 Centre'' 
Winship F. & L., Boston Coffee House, 38 Milk 
Winship (Handel) & Hewes (Jabez F.), bread store, 5 

Atkinson ' 

Winship Nancy, milliner, 289 Wash. h. 12 Bedford 
Wmship Stephen, 65 F. H. market, h. 52 Belknap 
Wins ow Benjamin, broker, 4 Exchange, b'ds 137 Trem. 
Wins ow Benjamin P., 44 Long wharf, h. 13 Leveret 
Winslow Charles, housewright, h. 25 Williams 
Winslow Charles, broker, house 26 Fayette 
Winslow Ebenezer D. stonecutter, Fulton 
Winslow Edward, merchant, 14 Broad, h. 3 Pearl 
Winslow Elisha D. See E. Cobb & Co 
WmisIow Geo., 44 Long wharf, house 13 Leveret 
Wins ow Hubbard, Rev. h. 3 Mount Vernon place 
Wms ow IsHac & Sons, mer. 44 Long wf h. 13 Leveret 
Winslow Isabella, dressmaker, 116 Court 
Winslow John, boards 117 Purchase 
Winslow John, cabinetmaker, Greenough la. h. Comm. 
Winslow John K. stock man. 6 Joy's Build, h. 46 Bridge 


Winslow Joseph W. house 3 George 

Witislow Mark, cabinet, 142 Cambridge, h. 116 Court 

Winslow jNathaniel, mariner, house Hanover avenue 

Winslow Samuel, sexton, Commercial near Hanover 

Winslow William, 15 Faneuil Hall market 

Winsor Alfred (I. P. Townscnd & Co.), h. 9 Causeway 

Winsor Edward, merch., 14 Commer. wf. h. 20 BulfincU 

Winsor Henry, Brimmer's T, house 12 West 

Winsor Joseph, fish dealer, 43 Long wf. h. 44 Warren 

Winsor Nathaniel, W. I. goods, 14 Comm. wf h. 16 Allen 

Winsor W. widow of Thomas, house W. Cedar 

Winter Francis B. mason, cor. Myrtle ct. and Centre 

Winter Ignatius, housewright, house 50 Friend 

Winters Thomas W. carpenter, house rear 89 Sea 

Winthrop George E. counsellor, 17 Court 

Winthrop Grenville T. counsellor, 17 Court, h. Beacon 

Winthrop Robert C. attorney, 11 Court, h. 7 Tremontpl. 

Winthrop Thomas L. house Beacon corner Walnut 

Wise Daniel, handcartman, rear 61 Ann 

Wise Isaac K. hardware, 23 Merchants row, h. 40 Allen 

Wise James, victualler, Northampton 

Wise James, house 3 Wesley place, Hanover 

Wise John, hairdresser, 56 Brattle, h. 4 Graphic court 

Wise (John) & Weston (James), hair cutters, 56 Brattle 

Wise John, boarding, 137 Ann 

Wise Jonathan, ropemaker, house rear 63 Warren 

Wiswall (Elisha) & Roberts (Tobias), grocers, Broad 

op. Tileston's wf. W.'s h. 36 Warren 
Wiswell Dexter W. shoes, 77 Broad 
Wiswell Eliza, widow, Lyman place 
Wiswell William, cordwainer, h. rear 41 Prince 
Wiswell William M. tailor, 156 Hanover 
Witham Mary, widow, Thacher street court 
Withcomb Alfred W. shoes, 8 Union 
Witherell Richard, mason, 50 Poplar 
Witherby Jer., W. I. goods, Commercial cor. Foster 
Witherley William, housewright, 1 Friend street place 
Withington Betsey, widow, 87 Pleasant 
Withington Eliza, widow of Ebeiiezer, h. 8 Crescent pi. 
Withington (Increase S.) & Willson (Harvey), fur deal- 
ers, 18 Central Withington's house 11 Poplar 
Withington James, house 5 Friend street court 
Withington Josiah, 6 Boylston market 
Withington Newell. 16 Long vi'f h. Crescent place 
Withington Stephen, mes. Globe Ins Co. h. 12 Boylston 

386 DIRECTORY'. , 

Withington Thomas, house rear 98 Warren 
Witt Asa, W. I. goods, Batterymarch, h. 2 Hamilton ct. 
Wivild Niels, musician, house 36 Hancock 
Wolcott Emily, widow of H. D. house 22 Beacon 
Wolcott J. H. {A. A. Lawrence & Co.), h. 1 Hancock av. 
Wolcott Josiab, wheelwright. Front, h. 50 Tremont 
Wolcott Josiah, jr. wheelwright, house Dedham 
Wolcott Lucy, widow, house 11 Franklin place 
Wolkins J. F., 48 Fan^uil H. market, h. 4th near A st. 
Wood Amos & Son {Henry), lumber wf. «&h, 10 Charles- 
Wood Amos, jr. house 28 Bridge 

Wood Arad H. housewright, Hawley pi. h. Harvard pi. 
Wood Bailey, housewright, 37 1-2 Prince 
Wood Benjamin 2d, 33 Faneuil H. market, h. 45 Ann 
Wood C. M. veterinary surgeon stable. Pond 
Wood Daniel P. (Eveleth & IV.), house 2 Allen 
Wood David (Griswold & IV.), boards 22 Beacon 
Wood Edmund W, laborer, 4th street 
Wood Elizabeth, 61 Charter i 

Wood Ephraim, tailor, 354 Wash, b. 3 Avery place 
Wood Henry, paperhanger, Fayette ct. h. 5 Graphic ct.- 
Wood Henry {A. Wood 4' Son), house 20 Charles 
Wood James, physician, 20 Milk 
Wood James, engineer, 5 Chardon 
Wood John, cordwainer, Elliot near Warren 
Wood M. F. 1 Liberty square, house 6 Bulfinch 
Wood Micajah {Josselyn S/- W.), house 11 Southac 
Wood Sally, widow, 49 Essex 
Wood William W. founder, 2d street 
Woodard Rebecca, widow, house Butolph 
Wuodberry (Asa, jr.) & Hartwell (John Jf^.), jewellers, 

251 Washington. W. boards 25 Summer 
Woodberry John, bricklayer, 13 North Russell 
Woodbridge Sarah (Hayward & JV.), h. 277 Wash. 
Woodbury Charles, mason, boards 2 Bradford place 
Woodbury Elizabeth, 27 Thacher 
Woodbury Franklin, painter, house Sudbury 
Woodbury Mary Ann, widow, house 7 Belknap 
Woodbury Moses, housewright, house 33 S. Russell 
Woodbury Thomas S. paint. Cross^i. Ann, h. 47 Prince 
Woodcock (Joseph) & Warren (Thomas), wood, Canal. 

W.'s house 39 Charter 
Woodford P. R. (Carey, Boynton & JV.), h. 3 Eaton 
Woodman Abigail, 211 Hanover 
Woodman , physician, 8 Richmond cor. Hanover 


Woodman Charles, caps, 75 Cornhill, house Friend 
Woodman David, baker, 45 Hanover, h. IS Friend 
Woodman David, jr. baker, N. Margin, h, Salem 
Woodman D. S. inniiolder, Hancock House, Corn court 
Woodman (Edicin) & Co. {Henry Horn), hat manufac- 
tory, 4 Washington 
Woodman Joseph, mason, 15 Pinckney 
Woodman William, dry goods, Pemberton hill, house 

15 Pinckney 
Woods Daniel, house 3 Bradford place 
Woods Henry H. clerk, house 32 Stillman 
Woods Hepsibah, widow, Hancock row "^ 

Woods Hiram H., 4 Centre 
Wood.s John, house Pond corner North Margin 
Woods John, house 19 Cross 

Woods Lucy, boarding house, rear 176 Washington 
Woods Michael, stonecutter, rear 81 Sea 
Woods Samuel, merchant, 3 1-2 Commer. h. 30 High 
Woods William, housewright, house 17 Second 
Woods William, handcartman, opposite 79 Pleasant 
Woodsum Isaac P. (JSevers & W.), h. 4 Essex place 
Woodward Elisha, grocer, Travers c<>rner Friend 
Woodward Rebecca, house Butolph 
Woodworth Anna, upholstress, 8 Norfolk place 
Wooffindale Charles M. painter, 306 Ann • 
Woonarton John, laborer. Prospect 
Woolner William, mariner, rear 32 Ann 
Woolsey Charles W., East Boston, house 17 Sheafe 
Worcester (Eldad) & Pierce (S. S.), grocers, 206 Tre- 

mont. W. boards Boylston hotel 
-Worcester Lydia, wid. of Joseph, h. Castle op. Middlesex 
Worcester Thomas, Rev., Phillips place 
Worcester William, teamster, house South street place 
Worrick Levi L. housewright. South Margin 
Wormwood Ephraim R. clerk Ocean Ins. Co. house 3 

Bridge street court 
Worshley Mark, fancy boxes, 119 Washington, boards 

4 Cornhill square 
Worster John, junk store, 62 India wf h. Turnpike 
Worster Stillman, cooper, house 120 Purchase 
Worthington Francis, coal, Drake's wharf 40 Sea 
W^orthington William, merchant, 20 Central wharf 
Wright Abel, stone cutter, 54 Portland 
Wright Albert J. See Shepley & W. 
Wright Caleb, grocer, 37 Camijridge, h. 7 Lynde 


Wright Calvin B. stone cutler, h. 3d st. cor. Dorchester 

Wright David, exhibition Diorama, cor. Trem. & Boyls. 

Wright D. P. See Browne <fe W. 

Wright Edmund, house 39 North Allen 

Wright Edm. jr. wharfinger Brimmer's T, h. 3 Morion pi. 

Wright Edward, tailor, house 19 Lyman place 

Wright Edward, engraver, 9 State, h. 68 Cambridge 

Wright Ellis, innkeeper, house /Jth street 

Wright Ephraim, chairs, 38 Commercial, house Court 

Wright Ephraim, painter, house 104 Court 

Wright Eunice, widow, 26 Myrtle 

Wright Gad. See Keen & W. 

Wright George, clerk, 8 India st. h. 7 W. Second 

Wright George, clerk, house 3 South Russell 

Wright George B. cordwainer, 171 Ann, h. 30 Stillman 

Wright Isaac H. (Winslow W. S^ Co.), h. 31 Green 

Wright James, grocer, 4 Flagg alley 

Wright James, 163 Hanover 

Wright John, housewright, rear 77 Warren 

Wright John S. (Parks, Wright <^ Co.), h. 22 Beacon 

Wright Jonathan, house rear Dr. Sharp's church 

Wright Joseph C. cordwainer, h. W. Centre cor. Southac 

Wright Nathaniel, mess. Suff. Ins. Co. h.r. 26 Chambers 

Wright Phineas, grocer, Brornfieid, house do. 

Wright Solomon, house 10 Crescent place 

Wright Stephen, hackman, rear 17 Hanover 

Wright Warren R. cordwainer, 30 Leveret 

Wright William, laborer, house Broadway 

Wright William, painter, rear 4th street 

Wright William, sailmaker, house 37 Prince 

Wright Winslow & Co. (Isaac H. Wright), merchants, 

12 Broad and 6 India, h. 31 Green 
Wyatt Samuel, innkeeper, Marlboro' Hotel, 229 Wash. 
Wyatt Samuel, handcartman. Battery 
Wyatt William, stenciller, h. south end Washington 
Wyer John, rigger, house 70 Temple 
Wyman Abraham G., W. I. goods, 23 Green, h, ]4Lynde 
Wyman Elbridge, grocer, 54 Pond 
Wyman George D. painter. Milk, h. 9 Hartford place 
Wyman James, leather dresser, 529, h. 537 Washington 
Wyman James (Kittredge & W.), h. 32 Stillman 
Wyman John G. tailor, 71 Washington, house S. Cedar 
Wyman Joseph, Medford stagej 11 Elm 
Wyman Mary, widow of William, h. 537 Washington^ 
^ Wyman Oliver C. clerk, house 17 Williams 


Wyman Sarah, widow, house 32 Charles 
Wyman Sally, widow, 9 Hartford place 
Wyman Susan, nurse, 81 Elliot 

YATES JAMES D. tailor, rear 4 Friend 

Yates Richard, bar room, Court, house 111 Cambridge 

Yeager Charles, printer, house 14 Bedford 

Yeaton Benjamin, chaise trimmer, Hawley, h. 10 Front 

Yeaton Judith, widow, house 14 Stanifordj 

Yendell George, painter, rear 15 Atkinson, h. Fruit st. ct. 

Yendell Samuel, grocer. Commercial near Ann 

Yendley Joseph. See Carroll & Y. 

Yerrington James B. printer, h. 5 Ballard place 

Yespritser Nathaniel, 3 Corn court 

York James, boarding, 12 Myrtle 

York Thomas, laborer, A street 

York William, teamster, house G Orange lane 

Youlen {Jiram) & Blake {Robert H), coach painters, 

13 Boylston square. Y.'s h. Boylston n. Tremont 
Youlen James, 84 Sea 
Young Alexander, Rev. 14 Rowe place 
Young Andrew P. painter, 180, h. 157 Hanover 
Young Bushrod W. 12 Cornhill, h. 4 Stillman 
Young Calvin, clerk in Post Office, house 56 Pinckney 
Young Charles T printer, house 15 Hamilton 
Young Daniel (Holbrook & F.), h. 2 Staniford place 
Young Henry, stevedore, rear 242 Hanover 
Young James, printer, house Creek square 
Young Joseph, chemist, 3d street 
Young Mary, widow of Alexander, house 1 Oliver 
Young Moses, stonecutter, house 6 South street place 
Young Samuel, teamster, house Hobbs's wharf 
Young Sidney S. tailor, house 15 Washington place 
Young Thomas, grocer, 12G Ann 
Young Thomas, lobsterman. Commercial near Foster 
Young William, physician, 1 Oliver 
Yoimger hf.\\, mariner, 66 Pond 
Younger William, cordwainer, 80 Cambridge 
Yvonnet Alexis, hairdresser, 117 Court, h. 56 Portland 

ZEUNER CHARLES, profess, of music, 3 Boylston Hall 



ADAMS EMMA, cigar maker, house Peck lane 
Adams Samuel H. boarding house, 245 Ann ' 
Alexander S. R. cordwainer, house 2 Belknap 
Allen Jesse, laborer, house Southac 
Andrews Esther, rear 245 Ann 
Andrews John, 64 Charter 

BARBADOES JAMES G. 31 Exchange, h. Butolph 

Bassett Benjamin P. hairdresser, 68 Pond 

Bassetl William F. barber, 39 Cambridge 

Benjamin Samuel, laborer, house Southac 

Benson Hannah, 28 Spring 

Benson William, barber. Water, house Southac 

Biner Charles, teamster, 706 Washington 

Bisbett John A. mariner, h. 1 Butolph 

Blake John, laborer, h. Southac 

Boyc John, laborer, house W. Centre 

Bradford George, Southac 

Brooker Samuel S., Grove corner Southac 

Brooks Mary Ann, house Southac 

Brown Edward, mariner, h. Southac 

Brown John, laborer, house 4 Grove 

Brown John W. 17 Belknap 

Brown Thomas, waiter, Flagg alley 

Brown Thomas, waiter, house 31 S. Russell 

Brown William, barber, house W. Centre 

Brown William, waiter, house 28 Belknap 

Brown Diana, widow, h. 13 Second 

Buoker Daniel, mariner, Peck lane 

Burr J. hairdresser, 5 Elm, house Southac 

Butler J. W. waiter, Milk c. Theatre alley, h. 29 Belknap 

C^SAR ELI, barber, 117 Broad, house Butolph 
Carroll Henry, West Centre 


Carroll William, house Southac 

Carter William, house Butolph 

Cash Jonathan, handcartman, 103 Chambers 

Choice Peter, packer. Cross rear Ann 

Clark Jane, widow, house rear Southac 

Clark Peter, clothes dealer, IG Brattle 

Clarke Jonas W. clothes dealer, 18 Brattle, h. May 

Cobb Nathan, laborer, house Southac 

Coburn John P. clothes dealer, 8 Brattle, h. Southac 

Coburn Smith, Robinson's lano 

Cole Samuel, boarding, 157 Ann 

Cole Thomas, hairdresser, Congress, house Southac 

Cook Samuel S. hairdresser, Myrtle, house Belknap 

Cooper Thomas, Jaborer, house Southac 

Copeman Henry, marmer, house Southac \ 

Costel William, May 

Coursy Abraham, mariner, h. W. Centre 

Curl John, clothes dealer, Pleasant cor. Warren place 

Cutler John B. barber, 71 Chambers, h. 2 Butolph 

Cutler Nathaniel P. barber, 111 Cambridge 

DALTON THOMAS, house 29 S. Russell 

Davis Diana, Robinson alley 

Davis John, tailor, 20 Brattle 

Davidson CfEsar, laborer, h. Butolph cor. Southac 

Dean Grace Ann, widow, house W. Centre 

Derby D. (Roberts ^ D.), house rear Belknap 

Dorsey Nancy, rear Southac 

Drummer Thomas, laborer, house Southac 

Dunlap William, boarding, rear 153 Ann 

Durfy William, laborer, 4iouse Southac 

ELI JOHN, clothing, 38 Brattle 

FATEI, JOSEPH, mariner, h. Butolph 

Ferguson Moses, house rear May 

Fisher Elizabeth, widow, house Butolph 

Foster Cyrus, clothes, 30 Brattle, h. rear 3 Vine 

Freeman Cato, bootblack, Elm, h. rear 704 Washington 

Freeman Jane, Robinson alley 

Freeman John, mariner, 2 Vine 

Freeman John, mariner, rear 310 Ann 

GALL AARON, house George 
Gardner Ceesar, bootblack, Atkinson 


Gaskin Henry A., Turkey oil stone manufac. Hobbs's wf. 

George Judy, widow, house Southac 

Gilniore John, house Southac 

Grason VViiham, housewright, h. W. Centre 

Gray John B. hairdresser, AtUinson, house Belknap 

Gray Lucy, widow, house Southac 

Gray Peter, clothes, 12 Brattle, house 2 Vine 

Green Peter, mariner, house Southac 

Grimes Mary, Robinson alley 

HAMMOND JOHN, house Peck lane 

Harris Walter, boarding house, 11 W. Centre 

Hatton Thomas, laborer, house Southac 

Hemminway John, Grove 

Hill Isaac, laborer, house W. Centre near Southac 

Hill James, rear 2 Belknap 

Hilton John T. clothes, 5 Brattle square 

Hilton , clothes dealer, 20 Brattle 

Henson Daniel, clothing, 26 Brattle 

Hogan John, laborer, h. ]03 Chambers 

Hogan John, mariner, house May 

Holmes Henry, barber, Merrimac 

Holmes Wm. hairdresser, 183 Hanover, h. 24 Richmond 

Howard Peter, hairdr. and music, 82 Camb. h. 18 Poplar 

Hubbard Daniel, Richmond 

IVES JOHN, mariner, house 1 Butolph 

JACKSON AMOS S. house rear 2 Vine 

Jackson Hannah, widow, h. W. Centre cor. Southac 

Jackson John, mariner, house rear Southac 

Jackson John, house Garden 

Jaspar Samuel, waiter, house George 

Jennings W^illiam S. clothes dealer, Franklin avenue 

Johnson Henry, rear 54 Prince 

Johnson James S. laborer, house Southac 

Johnson Lewis, hairdresser, 62 India wharf, h. Belknap 

Johnson Robert, physician, house Southac 

Johnson William, Robinson's lane 

Jones Arthur, barber, 154 1-2 Ann, h. Langdon place 

Jones Ephraim, mariner, house 4 George 

Jorden James, 24 Richmond 

Junier William, waiter, house 1 Butolph 


KEERE WILLIAM, hairdresser and musician, Howard 
Kelson Dolly, widow, h. VV. Centre n. Soutliac 
Key Margaret B. widow, house Butolph 

LANSON JOHN, house rear Southac 
Lawson Edward, laborer, Peck lane 
Leonard John, waiter, rear 6 Bridge 
Lewan David, Robinson alley 
Lewis A. J. hairdresser, 13 Sea 
Lewis Andress V. barber, Howard 
Lewis Joel W. blacksmith, 70 Cambridge 
Lewis Joseph, house George 
Lewis Simpson H. barber, Howard, h. 3 Vine 
Lewis William, hairdresser, 203 Ann 
Lorill Joseph M. laborer, house Southac 
Lyons David, laborer, house 29 Southac 

MARSHALL JOHN, rear 152 Ann 

Martin Luther, boarding house, 16 North square 

Mattrass Ezekiel, Robinson alley 

Miller John, waiter, May 

Minor Nathaniel, laborer, 64 Charter 

Morris Robert, cook and waiter, May 

Mulligan Ann, house rear Southac 

NASH OLIVER, barber, 9 Hanover, house May 
Nell William G. tailor, Brattle square, h. rear Bridge 
Nibhs William, house George 
Nicholas Henry, rear 702 Washington 

OSBORN JOHN, hairdresser, 258 Hanover 
Osborn Peter, laborer, h. Ridgeway lane 

PARKER EDWARD, laborer, 64 Charter 

Patterson Pierce, laborer, Southac 

Paul Catharine, widow of Thomas, 6 George 

Payne Timothy, laborer, rear 704 Washington 

Pero John B. hairdresser, rear 1 Duck sq. h. 22 Belknap 

Phillip James, laborer, 64 Charter 

Pitkin Andrew, barber, Franklin av. h. Butolph 

Pitts Coffin, clothes, 28 Brattle 

Potter Anthony, Wilson's lane 

Preston William, waiter, h. Butolph 

Prince Ann, h. rear Southac 

Putnam George, hairdresser, 2 Bromfield, h. 16 Belknap 


RAGANS JOB, Robinson's lane 

Ray John, laborer, Southac 

Revinason Ann Mary, h. rear 152 Ann 

Rider John, rear 732 Washington 

Riley William, clothes dealer, 22 Brattle, h. Southac 

Roberts Charles H. & Co. (D. Derby), clothes dealers, 32 

Federal, h. Belkqap 
Roberts Robert, house 9 Second ^ 
Robertson Eleanor, Robinson lane 
Robins Thomas, laborer, house Southac 
Robinson John, clothes, 42 Brattle, h. George 
Rodrick Eliza, 64 Charter 

Rogers John, clothes, 14 Brattle, h. rear 29 Poplar 
Rowe Lucas, 308 Ann 
Rue D. clothes cleaner. Milk, corner Theatre alley, h. 

rear 33 Belknap 

SAMPSON PHILIP, 717 Washington 

Saunders Enoch, laborer, rear 119 Cambridge 

Scarlett John E. shop 40 Brattle, h. 9 South May 

Scott Edward, laborer, h. Southac 

Silver John D. mariner, Southac 

Silver Joseph A. mariner, 704 Washington 

Simpson Violet, Robinson alley 

Skeele Edward, waiter, h. Southac 

Sherry Isaac, honse Hanover avenue 

Smith Lewis, grain measurer, May 

Smith Peter, clothing, 82 Cambridge 

Sprague Joseph, May 

Snowden Samuel, preacher, 5 Belknap 

Spry John, mariner, Robinson's lane 

Standin Francis, clothes cleaner, h. 13 W. Second 

Steward Linea, doctress, h. rear S. Russell 

Sfewart Paton, clothes, 104 Court, h. do. 

Sumey Susan B. Robinson alley 

TELFORD ANDREW, hairdr. Mt. Vernon, h. Belknap 
Thacker Henry, bootblack, 3 Spring lane, h. Southac 
Thomas Francis, laborer, h. Southac 
Thompson G. VV. hairdresser, 32 Hanover 
Thompson John, waiter, house Southac 
Thurston Pump, waiter, 20 Belknap 
Tiittle Amos, mariner, house West Centre 
Tidd Dudley, laborer, Southac 
Toliver George, Belknap, h. Southac 


Tyler Charles, bootblack, 10 Brattle, house May 
Tyler Henry, clothes shop, 245 Ann 

VILNOVE CLARISSA, widow of Victor, h. Richmond 

WALKER THOMAS, laborer, house W. Centre 

Wallace William, hairdresser, 82 Ann 

Wallace Ditnmes, widow, boarding, h. 312 Ann 

Washington Geo. bootblack. Water, h. rear 29 Belknap 

White John, tailor, Belknap 

White Samuel, mariner, I'eck lane 

Williams Charles, mariner, house Southac 

Williams Elizabeth, milliner & dressmaker, h. Soulhac 

Williams John, shoeblack, h, Bulolph 

Williams John, laborer, Southac 

Williams John, laborer, h. Southac 

Williams John, mariner, house Southac 

Williams Samuel, second hand clothing, Milk n. Pearl 

Williams Thomas, laborer, h. rear Southac 

Wilson Benjamin, Robinson alley 

Wilson William J. hairdresser, 174 Hanover «& 241 Ann 

Winston William, laborer, h. Southac 

Winsor Thomas, Robinson's lane 

Woodrop William, 175 Ann 

Woodson Joseph, blacking maker, George 

Wood Robert, boarding, 4 Grove 

Wright William, laborer, h. rear Butolph 

YORK LEWIS, waiter, Southac 

OmissionSy RS>iovaIs, ^c. 

Appleton Nathaniel W. 22 State, over Globe Bank 
Ball Samuel S. {Jones, Lows & B.), b'da at Tremont H. 
Curtis (Joseph) 6c Townsend (David, jr.), W. I. goods, 

459 and 461 Washington, h. 2G Harvard 
Jones (George B.), Lows (John J. ^ f'ran. Low) & Bail 

(Samuel S.), jewellers, 123 Wash. See advertise. 
Lamson Edwin, commission merchant, 40 Long wharf, 

boards 4 Brattle sq. 
Prescott J. & Sons (Harrison o/- Jerome), furriers, 1 S, 

side Faneuil Hall. Jona. P.'s house 12 Carver 
Prescott Harrison, house Broadway 




78 Washington Street, 



^, Charles Stimpsonp 

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Professional and Visiting Cards neatly engraved and printed. 

B. Clapp, jr. Printer, 184 Wasliington Street. 





























Boston Bewick Company - - - 
Boston Type and Stereotype Foundry 
Tliomsonian infirmary - - - - 

rhilosopliieal Apparatus for Schools, &c. - 
Drugs and Medicines - - - - 

Boston Wire-Work Manufactory 
Marine Telegraph Flags - - . 

Paper Warehouse .... - 

Auction and Commission Merchant 

Sign and Ornamental Painting - - - 

Chaise, Harness, and Painting Establishment - - 9 

Chart, Stationary, and Nautical Book Ware House 10 

Foreign Bookstore ------ 10 

Publishing and Bookselling - - - - 11, 15 

Hygeian Medicine - - - - - - H 

Ploughs, Plough Castings, Stoves, &c. - - - 11 
Furniture, Feathers, &c. - - - 11,15,18,22 

Clock Manufactory 12 

Clothes Warehouse ------ 12 

Tremont Livery Stable ------ 12 

Balance Manufactory ------ 13 



Flag-Stone Yard 13 

Leather and Finding Store 14 

Umbrella, Parasol, and Cane Manufactory - - 14 

Paints, Oil, Window Glass, Ac. - - - - 15 

School for Moral Discipline - - - - 16 

Silver and Brittania Ware, Watches, «fcc. - - 19 
Fire Insurance ------- 19,20 

Brush iVIanufactory ------ 19 

Irish Linen Warehouse ------ 20 

Steam Power Printing Presses - - - - 21 

Stoves, Tin Ware, &c. 21 

Copper and Brass Foundry - - - - 21 

Engraving and Copperplate Printing - - - 22 

Flute Tuition ^ - 22 

Broadcloths and Cassimeres - - - - - 23 

Spectacles and Optical Instruments - - - 24 

Bell's Paste Blacking 24 

Stationary, Fancy Goods, and Books - - - 25 

Glass Ware and Window Glass - - - - 25 

Truss Manufactory ------ 26 

Silk, Cotton, Woolen and Linen Dyer - - - 2S 





Illustrated with numerous Wood Engravings. 
Published monthly, at $2,00 per annum, 





In all their branches, neatly and promptly executed 
by the above Corporation, at 

Ko. 47 Court street^ 

UIF' Orders for the above, respectfully solicited. 




JVo. 39 Congress Street, 

Have constantly on hand a large assortment of TYPES 
of every description, for Book, Newspaper and Job 
Printing, and also of Printers' Furniture, generally. 

They are constantly engaged in STEREOTYPING, 
and are prepared to execute with despatch large or small 
works, in the best manner. 

All orders will be promptly executed by 


Agtnt for the Company. 

4 Boston Annual Advertiser. 



. Opposite 4:39 Washington Street, 


The Subscriber would inform his friends, patrons, and 
the public generally, that he yet continues to administer 
the vegetable medicines on the Thomsoniari principle 
at the above establislimenl, for all complaints to which 
mankind are liable. The efficacy of these simples has 
been tried and proved by innumerable living individuals, 
who have been healed of all kinds of diseases in every 
stage of the same, although they have been abandoned 
by the regular physicians as incurable. It is unnecessary, 
in confirmation of this statement, to introduce the certi- 
ficates of the patients who have been under his care, or 
the particular disease with which they have been afflict- 
ed, as the reader is referred to his advertisements pub- 
lished in the most popular journals of the day, wherein 
may be found a detail of such complaints and of the 
mode of treatment thereof 

By a reference to the opinionvS of some of the most 
celebrated members of the faculty, the reader must noio 
be convinced, that mineral medicines cause the most 
dreadful consequences ; and the proprietor would re- 
mark, that in the Thomsonian system their use'is wholly 
discarded; his practice being exclusively confined to the 
administration of botanical simples. 

Having, for more than twenty years past, been famil- 
iar with their salutary operation on the human frame by 
prescribing them in all kinds of sickness, in Europe, 
North and South America, including the West India 
Islands, and having also, during his residence in Boston 
the nine months past, met with decided success, not 
having lost one patient out of a large number, in the 
same course of practice, he respectfully invites the af- 
flicted patient to place himself under his care, and in so 
doing he confidently assures him that whatsoever may be 
the character of his disease, he may speedily be restored 
to sound health, — if timely application be made. 

For sale at the above establishment, pure Thomsonian 

Boston Annual Advertiser. 5 


Medicines, embra<;ing all the vegetables used in the com- 
position. None ar6 genuine but those prepared by the 
author of the system and his legally empowered agents. 
Also, the last edition, 1835, of the Guide to Health and 
Narrative of the Life of Doctor Samuel Thomson, which 
contains many new and interesting articles. Likewise, 
Robinson's Lectures, a scientific work, explanatory of 
the system. No alteration in the diet of patients is re- 
quired. Nor is it necessary, as heretofore, for invalids to 
bring with them a change of linen to take a single course 
of medicine, as always a clean bed dress is provided for 
the person. To prevent contagion, India Rubber cover- 
ings to the mattrass or beds, together with two under 
sheets, are furnished clean, at each course of medicine. 
Cholera Syrup and Wine Bitters, first rate articles, sold 
twenty-five per cent, less than by those unauthorized. 
Corn ointment, an invaluable article, prepared by Doctor 
Samuel Thomson, also, for sale as above. 

ANDREW WATKINS, Botanic Physician and 
Agent for Doct. Samuel Thomson. 





Chambers JVo. 33 Cornhill, late Market street^ 


Several sizes of Apparatus for illustrating all the va- 
rious Sciences. 

Breast and other pumps for medical purposes made 
and repaired. 

N. B. Persons having apparatus to exchange or dis> 
pose of, can be accommodated on favorable terms. 

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JVb. 46 Milk Street y opposite Federal Street, 



Maw & Co.'s Domestic Instruments — Prout's Tooth 
Brushes — do. Nail do. —Medicated Lozenges — Fancy 
Soaps — Perfumery — Chemicals — Medicine Spoons — 
Hull's Trusses — Moore's Ess. Life — Chlorine Lozenges 
— Purified Bear's Oil — Quakers' Herbs — Black Currant 

lO" Physicians' prescriptions and family medicines 
vrill receive strict personal attention. 

MEDICINE CHESTS, for Ship or Family use, put up 
with suitable directions. 

E. W. has made such arrangements as will enable hira 
to be constantly supplied with the genuine EUROPEAN 

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JVb. 69 Cornhill, late Market Street, Boston, 

Makes all kinds of FENDERS for Fire Places of every 
description. Also, Bird Cages of all kinds ; neat Safes, 
Lattice Wire Work for Window Guards ; Gravel 

Mso, Weaves all kinds of Brass and Iron Wire. 

Fenders repaired and painted. All kinds of Wire 
Work done at short notice. ■ ' ' 

N. B. Drum Sieves for sifting powder, for Apotheca-' 
ries and confectioners. 

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The Marine Telegraph Flags being extensively adopted 
by vessels of all descriptions, has induced the United 
Slates Government to furnish the public ships and reve- 
nue cutters with them, for purposes of conversation with 
the commerce of our country. The several Semaphoric 
Telegraph stations in our seaports, by the use of these 
flags, have been the means of relievmg distressed ves- 
sels; and vessels being furnished with these facilities, 
opportunities for communication at sea frequently occur, 
when all other intercourse is impossible. 

The undersigned request your recommendation and 
patronage towards the adoption of the Marine Telegraph 
Flags, whereby the safety, comfort and convenience of 
the commercial interests are promoted and more effectu- 
ally secured. 

A. A. Leggett, Conductor of the Telegraph at Mer- 
chants' Exchange, New York ; John L. Dudley, Con- 
ductor of Telegraph at Baltimore, Maryland ; Ira 
Wheeler, in behalf of heirs of James M. Elford, Con- 
ductor of Telegraph at Charleston, S. Carolina ; Lem- 
uel Moody, Conductor of Telegraph at Portland, 
Maine ; John R. Parker, Conductor of Telegraph at 
the Observatory, Boston. 

8 Boston Annual Advertiser. 


JVb. 9 Union Street, 

Have constantly for sale — Printing Paper of all sizes for 
Newspapers; Royal, Medium and Demy for Book Print- 
ing; Royal, Medium, Demy, Folio Post, Cap, Pot and 
Letter Writing Paper, various qualities; Fancy colored 
Medium, Log Book and Cartridge Press Paper; Binders' 
and Band Box Boards; Wrapping Paper, of all sizes, for 
Cloth, Hard Ware, Cotton Goods and Groceries. 

Also for sale, 

Rags, Bleaching Powder, Oil Vitriol, Alum, Felting, 
Brass and Copper wove Wire, and all other articles 
required by paper manufacturers. 


Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, 


Corner of Milk and Congress Streets, 
ATTENr>s to out-door Sales of all kinds of Merchandize. 

Mso, at Office, 

To sales of Furniture, Books, Fancy Goods, Prints, &c. 
for which he has superior accommodations. 



JVb. 4 State Street, opposite City Hall. 

Druggists' Ware and Glass Painting neatly executed. 

ConBtantly on hand^ a good assortment of Timepiece 
Dials and Glasses. 

Boston Annual Advertiser, 




JVb. 18 Tremont St. rear of JVew Court House, 


Will attend to all orders in the above branches, with 
punctuality and despatch. 


QU' Repairing, Painting, and Varnishing second hand 
•* Carriages, «Sz;c. attended to at short notice. 




7 State Street, 
Opposite South side City Hall, 

Blank Cards, Marble Paper, Binders' Boards, &c. 

10 Boston Annual Advertiser* 




JVb. 122 State Street, Boston^ 

(directly opposite broad street,) 

Offer for sale, on good terms, a great variety of 

Account Boohs, English and American Sta- 
tionaryj Charts, JYautical Books, Fancy Ar- 
ticles, Sfc. 6fc. 

Blue and Brown SKIVERS, GOLD LEAF, and 

Incorporated Companies, Merchants and Manufactu- 
rers, furnished with complete sets of ACCOUNT 
BOOKS, in elegant or plain Binding, and ruled to anyi 
pattern. Old Books rebound. — Maps and Charts neatly 
varnished and mounted. 

B. L. & Co. are constantly receiving all new and 
valuable Nautical Pubhcations. 



JVo. 18 Court Street, Boston, 

Has constantly for sale, a general assortment of BOOKS 
in Foreign Languages ; French, Spanish, Portuguese, 
German, Italian, and a variety of other Languages, An- 
cient and Modern. 

Orders for European Books promptly attended to. 

[TT Translations of the above-named Modern Lan- 
guages into English, and vice versa, attended to at said 

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79 Court, corner of Brattle Street^ 

Keeps constantly for sale, a general assortment of 


Ladies' and Gentlemen's Pocket Books, Wallets, 
Tooth Brushes, Rodgers' Fine Penknives, «&c. &c. 


The Hygeian Medicine of the British College of Health, 
London, for sale by the Subscriber at Mr. Simpkins's 
Bookstore, No. 79 Court, corner of Brattle Street. 
N. B. The genuine article not sold in any other store 

in the city of Boston. 

E. SCHAW, State Agent. 


Ploughs, Plough Castings, Cast Iron Hubs, Boxes and 
Axletrees. — Agricultural Implements. 



Wood and Coal Cooking Stoves, of most approved 


JVo. 12 Commercial Street ^ 



No3. 55, 57, 59 and 61 CornhiUf (late Market street.) 

12 Boston Annual Advertiser. 


JVo. 33, Cornhill, late Market street, BOSTON, 



Of every description, — such as Church Gallery, Bank, 
Insurance Office, Factory Watch Clocks, and Watch- 
makers Regulators, elegant Harp pattern, Parlor, Strik- 
ing, Alarum, Entry, and Common Timepieces. 

J. S. will pay particular attention to the Repairing 
and Cleaning of Timepieces. 

O* Whkels with various kinds of Gearing cut on a 
very superior engine. 



J{os. 3 4^ 4 North Market street, opposite North East 
corner of Quincy Market, 


All kinds of clothing at the lowest prices, 




.^t the junction of Court and Sudbury streets, Boston, 
four doors west of Concert Bali. 

Best of Horses and .Carriages at the shortest Notice, j 

EXPRESSES for any part of the United States per- 
sonally attended to. . 

Boston Annual Advertiser. 13 





Three doors south of Hanover street^ 


Glass Painting, Door Plates, &c. executed in the best 
style, and at very short notice. 



JVb. 3 Fulton street, near Clinton street^ 


factured in the best manner, and for sale on the most 
reasonable terms. 

Also— OLD BALANCES repaired and warranted. 



Haverhill street, near Warren bridge. 

The above establishment being the only one of the kind 
in the citv, has been opened for the purpose of accom- 
modating the Public, and as the Flags will answer for 
different purposes, such as flagging the sidewalks, cop- 
ing, garden walks, channel stones, «&c. &c., builders 
and others who may want flagging, are particularly in- 
vited to call at the above establishment, where they can 
purchase Flags at reduced prices. Flagging in all its 
various Branches will be contracted for and done accord- 
ine to order, on reasonable terms. 
^ M. KAVANAGH, Agent. 

Boston, 1835. 


14 Boston ^Annual Mvertiser. 



JS'o. 43 JYorth Market Street, 

Have constantly on hand n choice selection of Shoe 
Stock, Leather, Shoe Threads, Bool Trees and Lasts, 
Findings and Trimmings, &c. 

N. B. Shoemakers' Kit of all kinds, and of the first 



JVo. 67 Court Street, corner of New Cornhill, under the 
New-England Museum^ 


Keeps constantly on hand the following articles, at as 
low prices as can be found in the city, at Wholesale and 


India Rubber, Silk, Gingham and Oil Cloth Umbrel- 
las of every variety. PAllASOLS with Ivory Handles, 
with and without fringes. Oil'd Silk and Linen. — 
Whalebone for Stays. Walking Canes of all kinds, 
with and without Swords. Also on hand, an extensive 
assortment of 


Accordions, Violins, Bass Viols, Bass Horns, French 
Horns, Bass, Tenor and Alto Trombones, Bass and 
T«nor Drums, Kent Bugles, Clarionetts, Flutes, Fifes, 
Bassoons, Serpents, Flageoletts, Clarionett and Bassoon 
Reeds, Violin Bridges and Pegs, Pitch Pipes, Music 
Paper, Patent Screws for Bass Viols, Hair for Bows, 
Clarionett Mouth Pieces. 

Instruction Books for every Instrument. Violin, Bass 
Viol and Double Bass Strings of the first quality. 

Umbrellas and Parasols new covered and repaired. 
Musical Instruments repaired. Old Umbrellas taken in 
part pay for new. 

(IX Country Dealers supplied on favorable terms. 

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r Alvali Kittredge, 
) James Blake, jr. 
( Charles Blake. 


Have for sale the following articles of rich and low- 
priced FURNITURE, which they will dispose of at such 
prices as cannot but give perfect satisfaction to purchas- 
ers, viz. : 

Chairs of all kinds, Looking Glasses, Toilet Glasses, 
Bureaus, Brass Fire Sets, Bedsteads of all kinds, Secre- 
taries, Couches, Bed-Sofas, Portable Desks, Bellows and 
Brushes, Book Shelves ; Grecian Card, Grecian Pem- 
broke, Dining, Matched, Centre, Pembroke, Birch, and 
Work Tables, of all kinds ; Feathers of all kinds and 
qualities, put up at short notice ; Feather Beds of every 
description, Mahogany and Painted Cradles, Toilet and 
Wash Sttmds, Night Cabinets, Cabinet Chairs, Hair Mat- 
tresses, Time Pieces, Portable Sinks, and Cribs. 

.^Iso — Mahogany Plank, Boards and Joist, suitable for 
Carpenters or Cabinetmakers; Birch Bedstead Posts, 
Varnish, Sacking Bottoms, &c. 




College Buildings, 112 Washington Street^ 

Are extensively engaged in the publication of improved 


QTJ' Terms liberal. 






16 Boston Annual Advertiser, 


Mr. E. M. p. Welxs, finding it necessary to enlarge 
his school, has purchased the Joy house, formerly on 
Beacon street, and now situated on South Boston Point, 
opposite Fort Independence, commanding a beautiful 
view of tho harbor, islands, and shipping, and enjoying 
a most pure and exhilarating atmosphere. 

MORAL EDUCATION— This is the peculiar 
OBJECT of this school — to educate boys, not as if they 
were physically but morally men — men in inf-incy ; and 
to learn them to act now on those same principles which 
they must or ought to act on in future life; to form (or 
if need be to re-form) a moral character ; to treat man as 
if he had a soul as well as a body, a heart as well as an 
intellect; and as if existing not /or this world, but in 
this world /or another ; not only as if he were the son of 
man, but as if he inust be the son of God ; not only to 
give power to the intellect, but to direct it ; not simply 
to have the intellect under the control of the heart, but to 
bring that heart under the influence of those great moral 
piinciples which form the Government of God, the holy 
influence of Our Father. 

to learn to think ; to reason; to investigate; to teach; 
and discover for one's self, rather than to write down on 
the voluminous pages of the memory, the acquirements 
of others, without making them our own. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION is a principal subject of 
practical as well as theoretical attention in food, exercise, 
air, bathing, the organs, and the habits. It is viewed as 
important, not simply for its effects on the body, but 
chiefly for its effects on the mind. Most of the vices in 
life, and of the corruption of the soul, arise from a 
neglect of physical education. 

STUDIES. — The regular branches of which, are Read- 
ing, Speaking, Writing, Composition, Arithmetic, Geo- 
graphy, History, Grammar, and Lectures and Lessons in 
Natural History, Natural and Moral Philosophy, Chem- 
istry, Botany, and Geology. The extra branches are 
Latin, Greek, French, Phrenology, Music, Drawing, 
Book Keeping, Riding and Fencing. 

The GOVERNMENT is moral suasion, rather than 
physical force. To show the reason for, and thus lead 
the mind to approve of, and to pursue the good. 

Boston Annual Advertiser. 17 

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RECREATIONS are allowed in games of reflection, 
contrivance, agility, and athletic effort, but not of chance. 
Exercises in walklnir, gymnastics, barge rowing, boat- 
sailing and svvimnHn<r. 

CONDITIONS.— Boys are re<cived for a period not 
less than one your, and not under the age often years. 

The hoys, w])ile members of the school, must be 
wholly under the direction of Mr. Wells. 

During the first month a boy is not to receive visits 
except by invitation, nor to make visits but hy particu- 
lar permission. 

If in good standing, a boy may visit his friends in the 
city every other week. 

The expenses are three dollars a week, (the first fifty 
of which is paid in advance) which pays all expenses for 
board, tuition, clothing, books, stationary, washing, 
mending, medical attendance. Sec. The extra studies 
are five dollars per quarter for each branch. 

If parents wish to furnish their son's clothing, they can 
"liave cloth garments made from a pattern, by Mr. John 
Wilson, Court street, who will also furnish the patterns 
for the other garments. 

On the quarterly bills, returns will be made on the 
following subjects: — Disposition, Principles, Behaviour 
^marks. Dr. and Cr., Study, Habits, General Improve- 

As regular vacations arecliiefly for the convenience of 
the instructor, they are dispensed with, and quarterly 
visits out of the city, arranged to suit the convenience 
of individuals. 

Boston, April 2, 1835. 


Or THOMSONIAN HOSPITAL— for the reception 
of the sick and lame, situated on the bank of the Boston 
and Worcester Railroad, No. 554 VVasJjington st. with a 
view of the railroad and surrounding country on the 
West, and Boston Harbor, its shipping and Islands, on 
the East. The Infirtnary has been additionally fitted 
up in a style not surpassed by any other in the State, for 
convenience and comfort. The Rooms spacious and 
airy, the prospect on the East and West very pleasant. 
The whole establishment will be under the personal care 

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of Dr. J. A. Brown, formerly oftheTremont Infirmary, 
and for some years past Botanic Physician in the city, 
during which time he attended or prescribed for several 
thousand persons, to wliom Patients can be referred for 
further information. 

P. D. BADGER, a Proprietor, who has had consider- 
able acquaintance witli the system, will superintend the 
male department, together with other faitiiful and expe- 
rienced assistants. 

The subscribers pledge themselves that nothing shall 
be wanting on their part to make all who may favor 
them with a call, boiii comfortable and perfectly satisfied. 

Tlje price will be the same as heretofore, to be paid 
in advance, with fifty percent, discount to such as are 
really objects of charity. 

All charges for attendance will be refunded where the 
medicine does not operate as recommended. 

For sale as above — Syrups for coughs and colds — 
Anti-Dyspeptic Bitters, together with a general assort- 
ment of V^egetable Medicines, wholesale and retail, at 
fair prices. J. A. BROWN, 




JVos. 17, 21 and 23, CornhlU, late Market street^ Boston^ 

Keep constantly for sale, at reduced prices, the fol- 
lowing articles of rich and low priced Furniture, which 
they will dispose of at sucfj prices as cannot but give 
perfect satisfaction to purchasers, viz. : 

Chairs of all kinds, Looking Glasses, Toilet Glasses, 
Bureaus, Brass Fire Sets, Bedsteads, Secretaries, Couch- 
es, Bed Sofds, Portable Desks, Bellows and Brushes, 
Book Shelves, Grecian Card Tables, Grecian Pembroke 
Tables, Dining Tables, Pembroke Tables, Work Tables 
of all kinds, Birch Tables, Live Geese and Common 
Feathers, Wardrobes of all kinds, Mahogany Painted 
Cradles, Mahogany Toilet Tables and Wash Stands, 
Night Cabinets, Cabinet Chairs, Hair Mattresses, Time 
Pieces, Portable Sinks, &c. 

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Import from the best makers, Silver, Plated, Brittania, 
and Japan Ware — Fine Cutlery — Bronzed Lamps of all 
kinds, warranted. Gold and Silver Watches, from the 
most celebrated makers, and of the finest class — Paris 
Clocks and Mantel Ornaments — Bronzed and Fancy 
Articles — in great variety. 

Manufacture Silver Plate and Rich Jewelry to order, 
in the best style and finish. 

%* Fine Watch Repairing, by a practical experienced 


BOSTON, No. 20 Slate Street, with a Capital of 


hereby give notice that they continue to insure against 
FIRE, upon all descriptions of property in Boston and 
the immediate vicinity, not exceeding $30,000 on any 
one Risk. 

Section 8th of the Charter of this Company provides 
that the Directors "Shall annually set aside one tenth 
part of the net income, over and above six per centum, 
to be appropriated to the use and benefit of the Boston 
Fire Department, in such manner as they shall see fit." 
THOMAS C. AMORY, Presidad. 

S. G. Rogers, jr. Secretary. 



JVw. 22 Exchange Street j 

Keeps constantly for sale, by wholesale and retail, as 
large an assortment of BRUSHES as can be found in 

Factory Machine Brushes and others made to order. 

O* Cash given for Hog's Bristles and Horse Hair. 

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State street, with a (^^lapital of 


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continue to receive proposals and to effect insurance 



on Dwelling Houses, Stores, Factories and other Bnild- 
ings, Miicliinery, Merchandize, Furniture, Vessels and 
Cargoes in port, &c. on the mast favorahfe terms, and 
for any desired length of time, for an amount not ex- 
ceeding $30,000 on any one risk. No charge made for 
the poHcy. 
►Said Company continue also to insure against 


as usual ; and to loan money on bottomry and respon- 



JVb. 44 Washington street, a few doors north of State st. 

Keeps constantly for sale, an extensive assortment of 
7-8 and 4-4 Irish Linens; 9-8 pillow-case linens j 5-4, 
6-4, 10-4 and 12-4 Linen Sheetings of an extra fine quali- 
ty ; Damask Table Cloths of every description, both 
colored and white ;• elegant Damask Napkins and Doi- 
lies; extra fine Russia Sheetings, Diapers and Crash ; an 
extensive variety of Linen Cambrics and Linen Cambric 
Handkerchiefs. Also, a complete assortment of English 
and American Flannels of various widths, from 5-8 to 
8-4 ; 4-4 and 6-4 Silk and Wool Flannel ; Rogers's Patent 
Flannel, well known not to shrink in washing. To- 
gether with an extensive variety of house keeping articles, 
of the very. best fabrics, all of which are offered on: the 
most fayotabje terms, ei^lier a,t \|vhoIesale or retail. 

Boston Annual Mveriiser, 21 








They execute every variety of BOOK PRINTING 
in a correct and liandsonie style, and on reasonable 

Particular attention paid to the wear of the Plates, 
and all damages repaired by L. & P. 



Has for sale at No. 32 Union Street, Cast and Sheet 
Iron Stoves, Tin and Brittania Ware, of every descrip- 
tion, Wholesale and Retail, at the lowest prices. 


Copper and Brass Founder, and Plumber, 

No. 9 Fulton Street, 

Continues to manufacture Composition Rudder Braces, 
Spikes, Wood End Bolts, Clinch Rings, Coppering and 
Sheathing Nails, of all kinds suitable for ships' use. — 
Also, Factory Castings, large Stop Cocks, Casters, Rods 
and Railing for folding Doors; also copper and brass 
work of every description, such as House and Ship 
Water Closets, with Glass Bowls (a superior article) ; 
Brass Speaking Trumpets, Steam Engine Pipes, Copper 
Gutters, Trunks, and Boilers ; Clothiers' and Hatters' 
Kettles, Suction Pumps and Lead Pipes, Gutter Pipes, 
Reservoirs ; Sinks, lined with lead or zinc ; Zinc Trunks ; 
Vapor Baths; — also, Hawser and Scupper Leads, Head 
and Bilge Pumps, and Chemical Apparatus to any pat- 
tern given. 


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Corner of Hanover and Elm sts. 

Kkep constantly on hand, as large an assortment of 
as can be found in the city, and on as reasonable terms, 
consisting of every pattern and variety — from the best 
to the cheapest. 


Every variety of Cards furnished, and Engraving and 
Printing accomplished, to the approbation of patrons, by 
NATHANIEL DEARBORN, at 110 Washington st., 
Boston, over Messrs. Hilliard, Gray <fc Co.'s Bookstore. 

Bv the new system, devised by NAT'L DEARBORN, 

the generality of pupils acquire sufficient practical infor- 
mation, in thirteen lessons, to qualify them for a good 
performance on the flute— with any number of keys — 
even if vvithout any previous knowledge of music. — Re- 
ferences given to 200 pupils. 

ICr T^3rms, $0,00 in advance, for the thirteen lessons. 
JYo. 110 WasJdnston Street. 

Boston Annual Advertiser. 23 






ELIAB STONE BREWER, No. 414 Washington Street, 
has received a large assortment of Superfine, Fine, arid 
Common Broadcloths, purchased at the Auctions in 
New York and Boston, which he will sell by the piece 
or yard, at prices as low as they can be purcliased of the 
importer or manufacturer by the bale. ' Among ihem are 
the following desirable shades of colors, viz. : 
Superfine, Fine, and Common Black BROADLLO 1 Ufe. 
do. do. do. Blue do. 

do. do. do. Green do. 

do. do. do. , Olive Green do. 

do. do. do. Invisible do. do. 

do. do. do. Olive Brown do. 

do. do. do. London do. do. 

do. do. do. Claret do. do. 

do. do. do. Russell do. do. 

do! do. • do. Spanish Fly do. 

do: do. do. Drake Neck do. 

do*. do. do. Steel Mixt do. 

do. do. do. French Drab do. 

do. do. do. London do. do. 

do. do. do. Lavender do. 

do! do. do. Mulberry do. 

do. do. do. Adelaide do. 

Also— Ladies' Cloths, for Habits, Cloaks, &c. 
Also— 40 pieces Cassimeres, of colors and qualities 
Buitable for children's wear; 25 pieces ,Slrip«d, Blue, 
Mired, &c., Satinets. 

E. S. B. would take this opportunity to inform his 
customers that it is his intention to deal largely in the 
Cloth Business, and that he has made arrangements with 
an experienced manufacturer to have his cloths sponged 
- by steam, by which process a beautiful lustre is obtained, 
which is not injured by exposure. 

Those persons who purchase Cloths at this Store or 
elsewhere, can have them sponged by eteam by leaving 
them at 414 Washington Street. 


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Also, Manufacturers of 








No. 139 Washington Street, two doors south of School 



Factory Washington St. near the Roxbury Line. 
In tropical climates, in South and North America, no 
Blacking has, for these last ten years, sustained so high 
a reputation for uniform excellence, in nourishing the 
leather, whilst the ease with which its beautiful lustre 
is produced has called forth the admiration of the most 
fastidious observer. Merchants, and shippers to foreign 
destinations, liberally supplied. 

Boston Annual Advertiser. 25 


|Vb. 77 Washington Street, (Joy's Building), opposite 
City Hall and Post Office, 

[mporter of FINE ENGLISH and FRENCH STA- 
TIONARY and FANCY GOODS, and dealer in 


ICT' A general supply of School Books, Bibles and 
Standard VVorks from Auction, will be sold to the Trade 
at a fair advance, without regard to the publishers' prices. 

J. M. manufactures the following articles, in ail the va- 
riety — Account Books, Morocco Work, Portable Desks 
fand Dressing Cases. Orders for particular patterns in 
either branch, made to suit at short notice. 

DU' Particular attention paid to the retail department, 
and goods sent to any part of the city free of expense. 



No. 140 Washington Street, 

Directly opposite the bottom of School street, Boston, 

Manufacture and keep constantly en hand, at 

wholesale and retail, 

Rich Cut and plain Flint Glass Ware of every descrip- 
tion and pattern. Also, Apothecaries' and Chemical 
Ware, and articles of every kind made to order. They 
are also Agents for selling New England Crown Win- 
dow Glass. 

They also keep on hand a great variety of Door Knobs 
for outside and inside doors, of various patterns, of Cut 
and Pressed Glass — Also any particular pattern made to 
order at short notice. 


Glass Door Plates made to order of 7 different sizes — 
prices from $2 50 to 4 50, and warranted not to faiL 
Door Numbers and Bell Pulls. 

Particular attention paid to all orders. 

JOSEPH H. LORD, ^gent. 


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Would inform the public that he continues to manufac- 
ture the different kinds of Trusses made by Messrs. 
Death and Foster, with improvements on the same^ j 
Also, all kinds of Surgical Instruments made and repair- 
ed in the most workmanlike marmet, at 388 Washington 
street, two doors north of Lafayette Hotel. 

%* Ladies wishing for either Trusses or Grecian Belts, 
can be attended to by Mrs. Beath, at her residence, 58S 
Washington Street, opposite Pine Street Church. 



Office 390 Washington Street. 

Agents — H. R. Allen, No. 37 Court Street; l'i)ipps & 
Watkins, No. 108 Hanover street. 


No. 390 Washington Street. 

For sale, a ^[eneral assortment of Theological, Miscella- 
neous, and School Books and Stationary. 




Warehouse Hanover Street, under the American 

House, Boston. 



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