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City Document — No. 8. 



THE 



NINTH 

ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 
ON THE 

EECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 

OF THE 

CITY OF ROXBURY, 

FOR THE 

YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31st, 1855. 




ROXBURY: 

PRINTED FOR THE CITY COUNCIL. 

1855. 



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In Common Council, February 19, 1855. 

Ordered, That twenty-three hundred copies of the Annual Report of 
the Receipts and Expenditures of the City, made out by the Committee on 
Accounts, with such other documents as may be appended thereto, be 
printed under the direction of said Committee, and distributed among the 
inhabitants of the City. 

Passed and sent up for concurrence. 

JOSHUA SEAVER, Clerk. 



In Board of Aldermen, February 19, 1855. 
Concurred. 

JOSEPH W. TUCKER, Gty Clerk. 



J. M. HEWES, PRINTER. 



EEPORT 



OF THE 



COMMITTEE ON ACCOUNTS. 



To 

The Mayor and Aldermen, 
And to 

The Common Council 

The City of JRoxbury. 

The Joint Standing Committee on Accounts, in conformity with 
the provisions of the third section of the Ordinance establishing 
a system of accountability in the expenditures of the City, re- 
spectfully submit their Ninth Annual 

EEPORT. . 

According to the requirement of the City Charter, that there 
shall be annually published for the use of the inhabitants a par- 
ticular account of the receipts and expenditures of the City, and 
a schedule of the City property, the following exhibit of the same 
is made. 

The balance remaining in the Treasury, Feb. 1, 

1854, was $13,035 89 

And the amount received for the year from all 

sources, as per account of the Treasurer, is . 179,798 48 

$192,834 37 



Of this sum there was received — 

From Taxes assessed in 1854, $110,029 26 

From Loans authorized, . . 46,500 00 

From Town of West Roxbury, for 
its proportion of State and 
County Tax, . . 6,204 55 

From Commonwealth, for Pauper 

Account, 1852-53, ' . . 2,190 92 

From Town of West Roxbury, for 

support of Paupers, . . 623 61 

From all other Towns and Indi- 
viduals for support of Paupers, 102 50 

From Isaac H. Meserve, for sale 

of sundries at Brook Farm, . 180 50 

From Ezra Young, for sale of 



Produce at Brook Farm, 


2,384 67 


From Income of City Property, 


1,471 61 


From sales of Munroe Land, 


2,637 50 


From sales of Stony Brook Land, 


1,464 56 


From Joseph W. Tucker, for fees, 


232 50 


From Asaph Churchill, for fines, 


500 00 


From John W. May, 


1 00 


From William Gaston, 


1 00 


From Licenses for Dogs, . 


186 00 


From Licenses, . 


40 00 


From John R. Howard, Commis- 




sioner of Streets, for labor, 




gravelling yards of School- 




houses, .... 


484 50 


From John R. Howard, Commis- 




sioner of Streets, for labor at 




Brook Farm, 


118 75 


From William Byrne, for Horse, 


47 50 


From Henry Dudley, for Hay, 


41 87 



Amount carried forward, $175,442 80 



Amount brought forward, 


$175,442 80 


From Robert W. Ames, for Street 




Manure, .... 


25 00 


From sundry persons, for repair- 




ing Sidewalks, 


107 95 


From Commonwealth, for City 




proportion of School Fund, 


779 28 


From Commonwealth, for Military 




services, .... 


411 50 


From Norfolk Mutual Fire Ins. 




Co., for loss by Fire, 


3,000 00 


From all other sources, 


31 95 


Balance on hand Feb. 1, 1854, . 


13,035 89 




$192,834 37 



The amount of Expenditures, for which bills, accounts and de- 
mands have been allowed and ordered to be paid, including the 
payments of the City Debt, is $173,410 51. 

And these Expenditures were chargeable to the following appro- 
priations or accounts, viz : — 

To Schools, for Teachers' sala- 
ries, fuel and contingencies, $27,284 69 

" Roxbury Grammar School, 

for High School, . . 3,000 00 

" New School-house and land, 

Sudbury Street, . . 9,645 02 

" New School-house and land, 

Gore Avenue, . . 15,165 50 

" Addition to School -house, 

Yeoman Street, . . 1,669 00 

" Alteration of High School for 

Girls, .... 323 40 

" Support of Poor, . . 11,258 41 

" Pay of Firemen, . . 5,700 02 

" Contingent Expenses of Fire # 

Department, . . . 2,981 82 

Amount carried forward, $77,027 86 





Amount brought forward, 


$77,027 86 


To 


City Debt and Interest, 


. 


29,619 72 


u 


Interest on Overdrafts, 


. 


387 50 


u 


Watch and Police, 


. 


5,370 68 


a 


Salaries of City Officers, 


. 


4,443 75 


a 


Highways, Bridges and Side- 


* 




walks, 


. 


18,608 96 


a 


Lamps, 


. 


2,592 75 


a 


Repairs on City Hall, . 


. 


801 93 


a 


Discount on Taxes, (less 


4 per 






cent, on Taxes paid 


prior 






to Oct. 1,) 




3,503 64 


it 


Abatement of Taxes, . 




1,899 96 


a 


Militia, ." '■ . 




411 50 


a 


County Tax, 




6,612 00 


a 


State Tax, . 




15,377 40 


a 


Contingent Expenses, . 




6,752 86 



Showing a balance, 
sury, of 



and remaining in the Trea- 



Making, 



The City Debt on the first day of February, 1854, 

as per account of last year, was 
Of this sum there has been paid during the year, 

when falling due, ...... 



Which has been increased by loans authorized for 
renewal of a portion of the City Debt, purchasing 
land and building School-house on Gore Avenue, 
and for additional appropriations in April, 1854, 

Making the total City Debt at this time, 



$173,410 51 

19,423 86 
$192,834 37 

$181,110 40 

10,844 45 
$170,265 95 



39,000 00 
$209,265 95 



The times when this sum becomes payable, may be seen by 
referring to the schedule of the City Debt, accompanying this 
Report. 



It will be observed that there has been an increase of the City 
Debt the past year of $28,155 55, of which $20,000 was expend- 
ed on the new School-house and land on Gore Avenue, and repav- 
ing Washington Street and other repairs on the streets of the City 
caused the remainder of the increase. 

There still remain in the Treasury, notes of sundry individuals 
secured by mortgage, amounting to the sum of $15,765 10, 
which, as they become due, will be appropriated to the liquidation 
of the City Debt as directed by the City Council. 

Forest Hills Cemetery. The Act of the Legislature requires 
that the proceeds of sales of lots or rights of burial, in Forest 
Hills Cemetery, shall be paid into the Treasury of the City, to be 
kept separate from any other funds of the City, and subject to the 
order of the Commissioners. The proceeds are to be devoted to 
the liquidation of the debt incurred in the purchase of the land, 
and for improving and embellishing the grounds. 

The amount received in the Treasury from Feb- 
ruary 1, 1854, to February 1, 1855, from sun- 
dry persons, for sales and grading lots, including 
balance on hand, was $27,175 71 

And the amount paid upon the drafts or orders of 

the Commissioners for the same period, was . 26,193 29 



Leaving a balance in the Treasury, Feb. 1, 1855, of $982 42 

The Cemetery Debt, Feb. 1, 1854, was . . $28,000 00 
Of which there has been paid during the year, . 2,000 00 

Reducing the Debt to $26,000 00 

The times when this sum becomes payable, may be seen by 
referring to the schedule accompanying this report. 

Your Committee deem it their duty to comment on the tendency 
of some of the disbursing departments to expend more than the 
amount appropriated, at the beginning of the fiscal year, for their 
several uses. It is earnestly hoped that this freedom may here- 
after be restrained, and that the expenditure of each department 



8 

may be rigidly kept 'within the sum allowed. Without this care, 
as there would be no limit to expense, so there will be no limit to 
taxation ; and the making appropriations at the beginning of the 
year becomes a frivolous and unmeaning ceremony. 

Another topic demands at least a passing notice. Those who 
would promote the future settlement and prosperity of our City, 
will direct their municipal labors to the equalizing and reducing 
the rate of taxation. 

In a review of advantages and objections affecting the choice 
of a new place of residence, a prominent consideration will be 
the proportion of the public expense to which the new comer 
may be subjected. In this view of our future interest, a close 
economy becomes our sound policy. And it is equally wise and 
provident for us to take care that there be no objection founded 
upon any inequality in the distribution of the public money, or of 
the individual burden which is the consequence of public expense. 
A system of exact economy and of equal taxation is the dictate, 
alike, of policy and justice. 

For the Committee, 

CHARLES BUNKER, Chairman. 

Hoxbury, February 19, 1855. 



APPROPRIATIONS Al EXPENDITURES. 



The Appropriations made by the City Council for different purposes in 
1854, with the unexpended balances of the previous year, the transfers from 
one appropriation to another ; together with the Expenditures in detail, 
under each appropriation, and the unexpended balances. 

The Treasurer's Account, the amount of the City Debt, and Forest Hills 
Cemetery Debt, and Schedules of Real Estate and Personal Property be- 
longing to the City. 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

Balance undrawn, Feb. 1, 1854 $6,997 75 

APPROPRIATION 25,225 00 

" for Fuel 1,500 00 

Transfer from contingent appropriation, 1854-55 700 00 
To cash received of J. T. Bicknell, for books 

returned 2 80 

Transfer from contingent appropriation, 1854-55, 

for alteration for High School for Girls 500 00 



1,925 55 



EXPENDITURES 
DUDLEY SCHOOL. 
Paid for INSTRUCTION— 

To Jeremiah Plympton, Principal- • $1,200 00 

" Adeline Seaver, Assistant 400 00 

" Jane E. Barry, " 231 25 

" Louisa Tucker, " 210 93 

" Clara B. Tucker, " 232 36 

" Myra Robinson, " 25 00 

" Caroline Lord, " 197 53 

" Ellen A. Marean, " 300 00 

" Caroline C. Russell, " 201 93 

" Mary C. Eaton, " 300 00 

" Elizabeth W. Young, " 300 00 

" Caroline Alden, " 300 00 

Amount carried forward, $3,899 00 
2 



10 



Amount brought forward, $3,899 00 

To Almira W. Chamberline, Assis't.- • 236 54 

" Mary E. Stratton, Assistant 83 65 

" Ruth P. Stockbridge, " 57 96 

" P. Stevens, " 27 19 

" Sophronia F. Wright, " 30 39 



Paid for FUEL- 
TO Asa Wyman & Son, coal 87 11 

" Augustus Parker & Co., coal 303 26 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 45 00 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 
To Jonas Pierce, Jr., fires and care of 

buildings-. 224 50 

" Calvin Bird, stove work 40 35 

" Charles G. Bird, " 24 86 

" Nicholas Mason, furnace 6 85 

" George Curtis, carpenters work- • 189 08 

" J. M. Marston & Co., " 46 64 

" William D. Adams, " 63 39 

" Lydston & Holland, " 6 74 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiegin, painting and 

glazing • ■ 202 29 

" H. G. Simpson, carpenter's work 24 68 

" Wm. H. Saunders, graining 20 00 

" U. T. Brownell, painting 7 64 

" Parker & Lamb, blackboards 21 20 

" Ivory Harmon, mason's work 14 70 

" Nelson Curtis, " 86 45 

" John Borrowscale, repairs on roof 14 50 

" H. R. Taylor, repairs 21 25 

" Hamblin & Kingman, pump 22 67 

" R. C. Campbell, repairs on pump- • 3 36 

" E. B. Scott, " " • • 7 88 

" George Harlow, " clock- • 2 00 

" Samuel Beal, Jr., furniture 6 08 

" Wm. J. Reynolds & Co., stationery 19 10 

" Eayrs & Fairbanks, " 3 00 

" Robert BickneU, paid for " 13 74 

" Charles Marsh, inkstands, &c. 4 75 

" Ide & Dutton,maps 10 00 

" Reuben Hunting, brooms and mats 9 16 

" Nelson Curtis, rent of Octagon Hall 133 33 

" Joseph Batchelder, cleaning vault 14 00 



4,334 73 



435 37 



1,264 19 $6,034 29 



WASHINGTON SCHOOL. 

Paid for INSTRUCTION— 

To Greene L. Weston, Principal • • • • 600 00 
" John Kneeland, " •••'*. 484 62 

Amount carried forward, $1,084 62 $6,034 29 



11 

Amount brought forward, 1,084 62 $6,034 29 

To Benjamin C. Vose, Assistant 700 00 

" Sarah H. Page, " 325 00 

" Nabby A. Marsh, " 32 50 

" Anna M. Williams, " 300 00 

" Harriet E. Burrell, " 300 00 

" Margaret A. Mathews, " 300 00 

" Sarah M. Vose, ." 275 00 

" Hannah K. Chadbourne, Assis't.- • 300 00 

". Jane M. Swain, " 10 00 

3,627 12 



Paid for FUEL- 
TO Asa Wyman & Son, coal 80 20 

" Augustus Parker & Co., coal 230 00 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 48 32 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 
To Jonas Pierce, Jr., fires and care of 

building 201 00 

" Calvin Bird, stove work 7 12 

" David Simpson, carpenter's work 12 99 

" Lydston & Holland, " " 2 97 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing- ■ • 9 77 

" J. M. Marston & Co., repairs 88 

" Nelson Curtis, mason's work 1 7 00 

" Hamblin & Kingman, pump- • • • • • 32 17 



DEARBORN SCHOOL. 

Paid for INSTRUCTION— 

To William H. Long, Principal 1,200 00 

" Louisa E. Harris, Assistant 325 00 

" Henrietta M. Young, " 150 00 

" S. Frances Haskell, " 246 42 

" Martha Stone, " 300 00 

»' Louisa J. Fisher, " 150 00 

" Ruth P. Stockbridge, " 53 58 

Paid for FUEL- 
TO Augustus Parker & Co., coal 253 03 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 33 18 

" Charles Moran, " 5 63 

" Jonas Pierce, Jr., " 3 00 

" Horatio Boyden, " 3 75 



Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To Jonas Pierce, Jr., fires and care of 

building 160 00 

" Calvin Bird, stove work 4 35 

" Nicholas Mason, furnace work- •• • 41 43 



358 52 



283 90 $4,269 54 



2,425 00 



298 59 



Amount carried forward, $205 78 $2,723 59 $10,303 83 



12 

Amount brought forward, 205 78 $2,723 59 $10,303 83 

To John A. Dyer, carpenter's work- • 
" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing- - - 

" Nathaniel Adams, repairs 

" Geo. H. Callender, mats and brooms 
" J. & S. B. Pierce, filling in gravel 



205 


78 


5 


73 


8 


60 


3 


80 


15 


46 


71 


25 



310 62 $3,034 21 



HIGH SCHOOL. 

Paid for INSTRUCTION— 
To Robert Bickford, 4 months as Prin- 
cipal 500 00 

Paid for ALTERATIONS— 
To William G. Shattuck, seats, &c- • • 276 40 
" Stephen Smith, desk and chairs,- • 47 00 



500 00 



323 40 $823 40 



For MUSIC— Paid for INSTRUC- 
TION— 

To Lucius H. Southard 157 50 



$157 50 



PRIMARY SCHOOLS, Nos. 1 and 2. 



Paid to Sarah T. Jennison, instruction 

" Emma E. Torrey, " 

" Eliza C. Parmalee, « 

" Augustus Parker & Co., coal- • 

" Charles Moran, charcoal 

" Chaffee & Co., " 

" Horatio Boyden, " 

" Daniel Tiffany, " 



273 


33 


247 


50 


20 


00 


76 


00 


3 


38 


2 


25 


2 


00 


12 


25 



540 83 



95 88 



Paid for SUNDRIES— 
To Sarah T. Jennison, paid for fires 

and sweeping 19 09 

" Emma E. Torrey, paid for fires 

and sweeping 

" Mrs. Rogusky, cleaning 

" Ann Colovan, " 

" Bridget Ryan, " 

" Thomas Taber, repairing timepiece 

" Calvin Bird, stove work 

" Kent & Lord, " 

" Trowbridge & Ayres, brooms and 

mats 

" E. B. Scott, repairs on pump 

" Joseph Batchelder, cleaning vault 



6 


58 


5 


00 


10 


25 


7 


00 


1 


25 


7 


63 


118 


75 


13 


33 


1 


63 


4 


00 



194 51 $831 22 



Amount carried forward, $15,150 16 






13 

Amount brought forward, $15,150 16 

PRIMARY SCHOOLS, No. 3 and 4. 



Paid to L. Annie Sawyer, instruction 260 00 

" Elizabeth A. Morse, " 260 00 

" Augustus Parker & Co., coal- • 57 29 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 7 30 

" Chaffee & Co., " 2 25 

" Jeremiah McCarthy, do. 1 50 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To Mrs. Lang, sweeping and cleaning 35 32 

" Calvin Bird, stove work 19 26 

" Thomas S. Danforth, carpenter's 

work 5 24 

" G. F. DeLesdernier, carpenter's 

work 17 10 

" John A. Dyer, carpenter's work- • 10 33 

" Andrew Kildey, labor 2 00 

" Thomas Taber, repairs of timepiece 1 50 

" Warren Marsh, mason's work 6 50 

" Trowbridge & Ayres, mats, &*;.••• 117 



520 00 



68 34 



98 42 $686 76 



PRIMARY SCHOOLS, Nos. 5 and 6. 

Paid to Eliza C. Parmalee, instruction 65 00 

" Caroline J. Nash, " 260 00 

" Maria L. Young, " 195 00 

520 00 

" Augustus Parker & Co., coal- • 56 54 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 9 12 

" Charles Moran, " 4 50 

70 16 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To Mrs. Holden, cleaning and sweep- 
ing 35 23 

" Calvin Bird, stove work 11 05 

" George Curtis, carpenter's work- • 2 52 

" Thomas S. Danforth, " • • 20 77 

" Thomas S. Hodge, glazing 4 75 

" William White, mason's work • • • • 9 75 

" Samuel Beal, Jr., chairs 3 13 

" George Harlow, repairing clock- • 1 50 

" Trowbridge & Ayres, mats, &c. •• • 1 00 

89 70 $679 86 

Amount carried forward, $16,516 78 



14 



Amount brought forward, 



$16,516 78 



PRIMARY SCHOOLS, Nos. 7 and 8, and INTERMEDIATE. 



Paid to Delia Mansfield, instruction- • 

" Nancy L. Tucker, " 

" Ann M. Horn, " 

" S. L. Durant, " 

" Asa Wyman & Son, coal- • • • 

" Augustus Parker & Co., coal 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal- ••• 

" Horatio Boyden, " 



Paid for SUNDRIES— 
To Jonas Pierce, Jr., fires and care of 

building 

Calvin Bird, stove work 

Nicholas Mason, furnace work- • • • 
John M. Marston & Co., carpenter's 

work 

George Curtis, carpenter's work- • 
Thomas S. Danforth, " 
H. G. Simpson, _ " 

U. T. Brownell, painting 

Samuel Felton, mason's work 
Reuben Howard, repairs on pump 
George Harlow, repairs on clocks 

Samuel Beal, Jr., chairs 

Ann M. Horn, paid for sweeping 
Peter Norton, labor ............ 

C. H. Bryant, " 

Surveyors of Highways, gravel- • • 
Joseph Batchelder, cleaning vaults 



350 00 



300 


00 


260 


00 


260 


00 


40 


92 


134 


72 


18 


70 


2 


50 


48 


00 


39 


29 


106 


37 


29 


44 


9 


25 


83 


64 


1 


50 


50 


73 


11 


50 


8 


75 


6 


50 


8 


88 


5 


00 




75 


1 


00 


3 


00 


6 


00 



1,170 00 



196 84 



419 60 $1,786 44 



PRIMARY SCHOOLS, Nos. 9, 10 and 28. 



Paid to Catherine H. Codman, instruc- 
tion 

" Cornelia J. Bills, instruction 
" Plooma A. Savage, " 

" Asa Wyman & Son, coal • • • > 

" Augustus Parker & Co., coal 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal • • • • 

" J. I. Caldwell, 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 
To Mary Smith, fires, cleaning &c- • • 
" Maria Carter, " 

Amount carried forward, 



260 


00 


260 


00 


260 


00 


25 


07 


123 


25 


30 


25 


7 


58 


40 


08 


6 


37 



780 00 



186 15 



$46 45 $966 15 $18,303 22 



15 

Amount brought forward, $46 45 $966 15 $18,303 22 

To Jonas Pierce, Jr., making fires- • • • 16 67 

" John M. Marston & Co., carpen- 
ter's work 49 12 

" William R. Huston, carpenter's 

work 4 25 

" U. T. Brownell, glazing 50 

" Calvin Bird, stove work 8 31 

" Tremont Baptist Society, rent of 

vestry 16 months 413 00 

" Thacher Sweat, blackboard 3 25 

" William G. Shattuck, chairs 40 00 

" Thomas Taber, timepieces 15 00 

596 35 $1,562 70 

PEIMARY SCHOOLS, Nos. 11 and 12. 

Paid to Ann Crowninshield, instruc- 
tion 260 00 

" Harriet S. Farnum, instruction 168 58 

" Caroline C. Drown, " 91 42 

520 00 

" Augustus Parker & Co., coal 66 48 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 10 87 

" Chaffee &*Co., " 4 50 

81 85 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To Ann Crowninshield, paid for 

sweeping, &c. 29 94 

" Calvin Bird, stove work 11 41 

" Charles G. Bird, " 6 56 

" John M. Marston & Co., carpen- 
ter's work 23 87 

" U. T. Brownell, glazing 163 

" Warren Marsh, mason's work--- 3 00 

" Gera Larnum, digging well, and 

furnishing pump 19 50 

95 91 $697 76 



PRIMARY SCHOOL, No. 13. 

Paid to Louisa Mitchell, instruction- • 130 00 
" Martha H. Horn, « •• 195 00 

325 00 

" Asa Wyman & Son, coal 9 20 

" Augustus Parker & Co., coal 20 00 

" James B. Page, bark 5 50 

34 70 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To Louisa Mitchell, sweeping 3 50, 

" Ann Moore, cleaning, &c, 17 25 



Amount carried forward, $20 75 $359 70 $20,563 68 



16 



Amount brought forward, 
To John M. Marston & Co., carpen- 
ter's work 

" Charles Marsh, maps 

" John J. Hastings, paid for labor- • 
" Joseph Batchelder, cleaning vault 



$20 75 $359 70 $20,563 68 



27 


74 


14 


64 


6 


13 


2 


00 



71 26 



$430 96 



PRIMARY SCHOOLS, Nos. 14 and 15. 

Paid to Mary A. Waldock, instruction 260 00 
" Elvira Morse, " 249 17 

" Martha H. Horn, " 10 83 

520 00 

" Augustus Parker & Co., coal 53 61 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 13 75 

" Alvah Dunnakin, " • • • • 3 00 

70 36 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To Mary A. Waldock, paid for sweep- 
ing ' 10 37 

" Elvira Morse, paid for sweeping • • 10 16 

" Calvin Bird, stove work- • • • 8 00 

" D.W. Glidden, carpenter's work- • 47 27 

" S. W. Nudd, " " • • 9 41 

" Nathan Stone, Jr., glazing 50 

" U. T. Brownell, " 4 34 

90 05 



41 



PRIMARY SCHOOLS, Nos. 16 and 17. 

Paid to Emily Gardner, instruction- • 260 00 

" Almira W. Chamberline, " • • 55 00 

" P. N. Brooks, " • • 53 33 

" Persis A. Winn, " • • 151 67 



Augustus Parker & Co., coal- 
Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 

William R. Alden " 

John Riley, " 



Paid for SUNDRIES— 
To Joanna Lane, making fires and 

sweeping 

" Emily Gardner, paid for sweeping 
" Persis A. Winn, " " 

" O. B. Littlefield, stove work 

" Wm. Weymouth, carpenter's work 
" George W. Robinson, " " 

" Solomon Sanborn, mason's work- • 

" U. T. Brownell, glazing 

" Robert Gardner, brooms and mats 



38 


00 


10 


00 


2 


25 


4 


13 


16 


00 


7 


25 


1 


25 


34 


78 


20 


39 


4 


84 


6 


50 




67 


4 


05 



520 00 



54 38 



95 73 



170 11 



$22,345^16 



17 

Amount brought forward, $22,345 16 

PRIMARY SCHOOLS, Nos. 18 and 19. 

Paid to Henrietta M. Wood, instruc- 
tion 281 67 

" Mary A. Morse, instruction- • • 260 00 

541 67 

" Augustus Parker & Co., coal- • 40 00 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 5 85 

■ 45 85 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 
To Jonas Pierce, Jr., care of building 

and fires 33 50 

" Calvin Bird, stove work 1 00 

" Daniel W. Glidden, carpenter's 

work 71 23 

" George Curtis, carpenter's work- • 10 17 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing- - • 83 

" Thomas Taber, repairing clock- ■ • 1 50 

■ 118- 23 $705 75 

PRIMARY SCHOOL, No. 20. 

Paid to Caroline N. Heath, instruction 260 00 

260 00 

" Asa Wy man & Son, coal 3 50 

" Augustus Parker & Co., coal- • 20 00 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 6 04 

29 54 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To Caroline N. Heath, paid for sweep- 
ing, &c. 11 42 

" Calvin Bird, stove work 10 88 

" Reuben Howard, repairs on pump 2 50 

24 80 $314 34 

PRIMARY SCHOOLS, Nos. 21 and 22. 

Paid to Elizabeth F. Thomas, instruc- 
tion 216 66 

" Persis A. Winn, instruction- • 43 33 

- 259 99 

" Augustus Parker & Co., coal- • 28 00 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 7 50 

35 50 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To Elizabeth F. Thomas, paid sweep- 
ing, making fires, &c. 13 33 

" Julia Kelley, sweeping ■ • • 2 00 

Amount carried forward, 15 33 $295 49 $23,365 25 

3 



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62 


1 


17 


4 


75 


5 


53 



18 

Amount brought forward, 15 33 295 49 $23,365 25 

To Charles G. Bird, stove work 

" Calvin Bird, " 

" Daniel W. Glidden, carpenter's 

work 

" G. W. Wilson, glazing, &c. 

30 40 $325 89 



PRIMARY SCHOOLS, Nos.'23 and 24. 

Paid to Sarali A. Dudley, instruction 260 00 
" H. B. Scammell, " 260 00 

" Augustus Parker & Co., coal- • 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 

" Charles Moran, " 

" Chaffee & Co., " 

" John E. Cook, fuel 



52 


00 


11 


25 


3 


37 


2 


25 


3 


33 



520 00 



72 20 



Paid for SUNDRIES— 
To H. B. Scammell, paid for sweeping 8 50 

" Mrs. Holden, cleaning, fires and 

sweeping 

" William White, mason's work • • • • 

" Charles G. Bird, stove work 

" Calvin Bird, " 

" Charles Erskine, glazing 

" George H. Callender, brooms, mats, 

&c. 



PRIMARY SCHOOL, No. 25. 

Paid to Margaret G. Chenery, instruc- 
tion 240 00 



31 


50 


8 


00 


10 


75 


10 


98 


5 


75 


2 


84 



78 32 $670 52 



" Augustus Parker & Co., coal- • 32 00 

" J. W. Chenery, charcoal 6 75 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 
To Margaret G. Chenery, paid sweep- 
ing, &c. 19 37 

" Charles G. Bird, stove work 2 50 

" Nathaniel Adams, blackboard- • • • 3 00 

" Dexter Dana, thermometer 50 

" U. T. Brownell, glazing 1 50 

" Surveyors of Highways, gravel •• • 4 50 



240 00 



38 75 



31 37 $310 12 



Amount carried forward, $24,671 78 



19 



Amount brought forward, 



$24,671 78 



PRIMARY SCHOOL, No. 26. 



Paid to C. B. Thompson, instruction- 



Asa Wyman & Son, coal- • • 
Augustus Parker & Co., coal- 
Daniel Tiffany, charcoal- • • 



260 


00 


11 


99 


34 


20 


3 


60 



260 00 



49 79 



Paid for SUNDRIES— 
To Andrew Kilday, making fires, &c 
" James Vila, " " 

" Calvin Bird, stove work 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, painting 

" U. T. Brownell, glazing 

" Thomas Taber, cleaning clock • • 
" George Curtis, carpenter's work 
" Gera Farnum, repairs on well- • 

" William G. Shattuck, seats 

" Surveyors of Highways, gravel- 



27 


32 


2 


00 


31 


60 


27 


01 


2 


37 




75 


2 


20 


6 


75 


24 


75 


2 


00 



PRIMARY SCHOOL, No. 27. 

Paid to Sarah H. Spofford, instruction 260 00 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 1 00 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 
To Sarah H. Spofford, paid for sweep- 
ing, &c. 9 12 

" Mrs. Roguska, cleaning 350 

" Solomon Sanborn, mason's work- • 3 50 
" Trowbridge & Ayres, brooms, 

mats, &c. 3 45 

" W. H. Sumner and A. D. Wil- 
liams, rent 18 months 150 00 



126 75 

260 00 
1 00 



$436 54 



169 57 



$430 57 



SCHOOL AT BROOK FARM. 
Paid to Sarah W.Holbrook, instruction 118 45 



$118 45 



CONTINGENCIES. 

Paid for PRINTING, STATIONERY AND BOOKS— 

To Norfolk County Journal Office, 

printing 222 14 

" John Backup, books 230 93 

« J. T. Bicknell & Co., books 110 37 

563 44 

Amount carried forward, $563 44 



$25,657 34 



20 

Amount brougM forward, 563 44 $25,657 34 

Paid for SERVICES OF SCHOOL COMMITTEE— 

To John "Wayland, services 50 00 

" Julius S. Shailer, " 25 00 

" Daniel Leach, " 30 00 

« William H. Ryder, " 30 00 

" Bradford K. Pierce, " 30 00 

" Joseph Bugbee, " 25 00 

" John W. Olmstead, " 30 00 

" John Jones, " 25 00 

" Horatio G. Morse, " 50 00 

" Charles Marsh, " 30 00 

" Joseph H. Streeter, " 25 00 

" William A. Craft, " • • • 20 00 

" Joshua Seaver, " and Sec- 
retary 130 00 

500 00 

Paid for SUNDRIES not enumerated— 

To German Society, rent 100 00 

" Benjamin Franklin, horse hire- • • 4 50 

" William Willard, « - ... 17 00 

" Charles Marsh, " • • • 8 50 

" William J. Mathes, " ••• 22 25 

" John Wayland " • • • 5 00 

" Francis F. Morey, carting 2 25 

" Weatherbee & Scott, " 1 50 

" J. & S. B. Pierce, " 3 00 

" J. J. Merrill & Co., horse hire 3 50 

" B. F. Cobb, carting 2 50 

" George H. Callender, mats, &c- • 24 89 

" Royal L. Hodsdon & Co., mats, &c. 30 18 

" Swain & Craft, " 21 65 

" Augustus Parker & Co., coal 97 15 

" J. P. Brown, hardware 39 90 

" T. D. Mulrey, repairing stove • ■ • • 4 50 

" William G. Shattuck, seats 328 00 

" Dunning & Parshley, chloride lime 5 50 

" Henry Pratt, repairing locks 18 29 

" Horace King, sundries 40 00 

" Hawley Folsom, distributing School 

Reports 4 00 

" Luke Jewett, distrib. Sch'l Reports 2 00 

" Morrill P. Berry, " " 2 00 

" Wm. D. Cook, « " 2 00 

" Charles Trask, notifying 75 

" Moses Grasg, taking census of 

children" 60 00 

" William N. Felton, messenger, &c. 36 50 

887 31 $1,950 75 

$27,608 09 



21 

For teachers' salaries, fuel, alteration 

for High School and Contingent 

for Schools, $27,608 09 

Transfer to repairs of Highways, 700 00 

" Contingent Expenses, 1854-5 429 93 

4 $1,129 93 



$28,738 02 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1855, $6,187 53. 



ALTEKATION OF SCHOOL HOUSE, 

Yeoman Street. 

Transfer from Contingent Appropriation, 1854 

and 1855 1,669 00 

$1,669 00 

EXPENDITURES. 

To George J. Lord, contract 1,570 00 

" George J. Lord, extra work 99 00 

1,669 00 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1855, nothing. 



NEW SCHOOL-HOUSE AND LAND, 

Sudbury Street. 

APPROPRIATION • 8,000 00 

Transfer from Contingent Expenses, 1853-4- • • • 300 00 

" from Contingent Expenses, 1854-5 1,345 02 

■ $9,645 02 

EXPENDITURES. 

To Stephen P. Fuller, for land 1,650 00 

" David W. Barnes, for land 1,650 00 

" John R. Hall, plan 50 00 

" William Weymouth, contract 4,960 00 

" William Weymouth, extra work 569 08 

" Gera Farnum, digging well 20 00 

" Hamblin & Kingman, pump 12 00 

" Chilson, Gould & Co., extra work on furnace 43 84 

" William D. Adams, lumber 65 67 

" U. T. Brownell, painting fence 27 12 

" J. M. Marston & Co., gravel 72 31 

" Surveyors of Highways, grading and gravel- * 475 00 

" William D. Adams, superintendent 50 00 

$9,645 02 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1855, nothing. 



22 



NEW SCHOOL-HOUSE AND LAND, 
Gore Avenue. 

LOANS 20,000 00 

$20,000 00 

EXPENDITURES. 

To Benjamin A. Smith, Trustee, land 5,142 50 

" Nelson Curtis, contract in part 10,000 00 

" Hamblin & Kingman, pump 23 00 

$15,165 50 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1855, $4,834 50. 



ROXBUEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL, 

For High School. 

Balance undrawn Feb. 1, 1854 750 00 

APPROPRIATION 3,000 00 



5,750 00 



EXPENDITURE. 
To Israel M. Spelman, Treasurer 3,000 00 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1855, $750 00. 



SUPPORT OF POOR. 

Balance undrawn Feb. 1, 1854 29 55 

Received from Commonwealth, for support of 

State Paupers 2,190 92 

From which deduct Appropriation ad- 
ditional, 1853-54 2,000 00 

190 92 

Additional Appropriation, April, 1854 2,500 00 

APPROPRIATION ■' 3,000 00 

Received from other Towns for support of 

Paupers 726 11 

Received from Isaac H. Meserve, for bedding- • 180 50 
" " Ezra Young, for sale of produce 

at Brook Farm 2,384 67 

" " Appropriation additional 2,000 00 

Transfer from Contingent Expenses, 1853-54 ■ • 400 00 



$3,000 00 



$11,411 75 



23 



EXPENDITURES. 
Paid for GROCERIES USED AT ALMSHOUSE— 

To S. & G. B. Faunce 162 32 

" G. B. Faunce 397 91 

" Reuben Hunting 1 08 

" Briggs, Guild & Co. 56 99 

" Edward Richards 57 02 



Paid for MEAT, FLOUR, BREAD, MEAL, POTA- 
TOES, FISH AND BEANS— 

To H. & G. W. Pierce, meat 255 30 

" George B. Mason, " 57 57 

" James Weld & Co., flour 690 00 

" James M. Chase, bread 86 72 

" Henry Dudley, grain 601 29 

" Isaac H. Meserve, potatoes 75 00 

" Ebenezer Hubbard, " 106 75 

" S. Whitney, fish 16 00 

« James McKeon, fish 18 16 

" G. W. Chamberlain, fish 5 82 

" S. S. Jackson, beans 5 87 

" William Whiting, grinding grain 16 94 

" Ezra Young, supplies 561 26 

Paid for CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, SHOES, &c. 

To Talbot Newell & Co., dry goods 348 71 

" D. A. Thomson, " 3 58 

" Babson & Deacon, « 24 00 

" D. W. Bullard, caps 7 50 

" Joseph B. Young, shoes 69 48 

" Oliver L. Gridley, " 35 05 

" Chauncey Jordan, repairing shoes 4 00 

Paid for LIVE STOCK— 

To Isaac H. Meserve, oxen 143 00 

" Oscar Stratton, horse 1 70 00 

" Ezra Young, " 1 75 00 

" William Ellis, « ••• 150 00 

" James Stetson, pigs 137 89 

" Ezra Young, " 89 04 

" A. E. Field, « 95 62 

" J.H.Day & Co., « 206 83 

Paid for FUEL AT HOUSE— 

To Asa Wyman & Son, coal 115 13 

" Augustus Parker & Co., coal ' 86 12 

" William H Mason, wood 25 75 

" James Ritchie, " • • 40 00 



175 32 



$2,496 68 



$492 32 



1,167 38 



$267 00 



Amount carried forward, 



$5,098 70 



24 

Amount brought forward, $5,098 70 

Paid for BLACKSMITH, WHEELWRIGHT, and 
HARNESS WORK- 
TO Nehemiah Mack, blacksmith's work 168 89 

" Charles P. Hartshorn, " " 24 88 

" David Hardac re, " " 12 80 

" Richard Weekes, " " 11 37 

" Abner Guild, wheelwright's " 1 87 

" Leonard Hall, " " 29 75 

" Freeman Simpson " " 6 45 

" William Welch, harness work 134 26 

" J. E. & G. H. Williams, harness work 5 18 

" E. A. Hovey, " " 78 23 

$473 68 



Paid for FUEL TO PERSONS OUT OF THE HOUSE— 

To Jonathan I. Caldwell, fuel 227 88 

" James B. Page, " .• 36 76 

" Asa Wyman & Son, " 183 00 

" Allen Putnam, " 45 00 

" Preston & Curtis, " 17 00 

" J. T. Ellis & Co., " 44 35 

" C. Young & Co., " 9 00 

" Augustus Parker & Co., " • 77 25 

" Edward Preston, " 10 00 



550 24 



Paid for SUPPLIES TO POOR OUT OF THE HOUSE— 

To George Gregerson, for supplies 16 00 

Warren Marsh, " 118 50 

Ira Allen, " 64 28 

Samuel S. Littlefield, " and carrying pau- 
pers to Bridgewater 177 98 

John Hunt, for supplies • • • -• 35 00 

Bernard Sheriden, for supplies 1 02 

R. L. Hodsdon, & Co., " 68 00 

Moses Gragg, " and carrying pau- 
pers to Bridgewater 34 65 

George B. Faunce, for supplies 2 50 

George H. Callender, " 4 01 

Benjamin B. Howe, " 6 00 



Paid to other Cities and Towns for SUPPORT OF POOR, 
AND LUNATIC HOSPITAL. 

To City of Boston, supplies 91 36 

" City of Charlestown, supplies 1113 

" State Lunatic Hospital '• 751 83 



$527 94 



$854 32 



Paid for SUPERINTENDENCE, LABOR, MEDI- 
CINE AND MEDICAL ATTENDANCE. 

To Ezra Young, superintendent 513 85 

" Ira Allen, physician ••■•'• • • • • 300 00 

" Ira Allen, medicine 46 98 



Amount carried forward, 860 83 $7,604 88 



25 



Amount brought forward, 



$860 83 $7,604 88 



To Mary A. Gay, services 

Mary A. Redford, services- 

Susan M. Cannon, " 

Omar Boynton, labor 

Alexander Robertson, labor- • • ■ 
Andrew Walker, " 

Patrick Downey, labor 

Michael Fallon " 

Timothy Flemming, " 

Robert Bell, " 

James Scott, " 

Henry Corcoran, " 

Thomas McGuire, " 

John Good, " 

Thomas Rourke, " 

Thomas Conner, " 

Timothy Carey, " 

John R. Howard, paid labor • • • 
Surveyors of Highways, " . • • ■ 
Thomas Young, " 

Thomas Fitzpatrick, " 
John Carey, " 

William Naven, " 

T. M. Leonard, " 

Michael Norton, " 

J. H. Marrison, " 

Miles Sweeney, collecting offal- 
Stephen Edwards, " " • 



94' 


50 


34 


00 


51 


00 


96 


00 


201 


00 


33 


86 


11 


00 


7 


51 


11 


00 


48 


00 


8 


00 


5 


00 


30 


00 


36 


00 


14 


00 


16 


00 


8 


38 


5 


35 


118 


75 


47 


00 


11 


25 


129 


32 


23 


00 


16 


10 


12 


47 


51 


00 


336 


00 


337 


00 



Paid for SUNDRIES, not included under any of the 
foregoing heads — 

To David P. Hall, hay 65 49 

" William D. Hall, hay 30 61 

" Jacob B. Flagg, Jr. & Co., carriage hire • • • • 16 00 

" John I. Hastings, " 3 00 

" William Clark, " 9 75 

" William J. Mathes, " 35 25 

" Francis F. Morey, " 88 

" Joshua Seaver, paid for railroad fares 14 30 

" House of Correction, Norfolk County, for 

board 81 28 

" A. L. White & Co., leather 10 80 

" Elisha Faxon, " 6 72 

" Pond & Dunklee, stoves 50 88 

" Kent & Lord, stove work 551 

« Charles G. Bird, " 8 50 

" J. H. Welcome, " 9 90 

" Bowers, Pratt & Co., iron work 11 00 

" J. T. Ellis & Co., lumber 56 17 

" Charles Marsh, hardware 58 95 

" Parker, White & Gannett, garden seeds- • • • 19 06 

Amount carried forward, $494 05 

4 



2,653 32 



$10,258 20 



26 



Amount brought forward, 
To Ruggles, Nourse, Mason & Co., grass seeds, &c. 

David Prouty & Co., farm tools 

J. Bomsteen, buffalo robe • 

William E. Hale, wagon 

Nathaniel Adams, coffins 

Charles Cooper, soap 

Benjamin Guild, chain pump • 

Reuben Howard, repairs on pump 

Hamblin & Kingman, " " 

Robert C. Campbell, " " 

Baker & Perry, doors 

Calvin B. Faunce, salt 

James Smith, milk 

Norfolk County Journal, printing 

J. T. Bicknell & Co., stationery 

A. I. Cummings, medical services 

William Gaston, professional services 

John C. Seaver, return of deaths 

Joshua Seaver, Secretary 



Total Expenditures 

Transfer to Contingent Expenses, 1854 and 1855 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1855, $126 07. 



$494 05 


$10,258 20 


129 54 




5 10 




8 75 




115 00 




63 00 




10 86 




12 50 




3 50 




2 33 




3 10 




4 00 




1 25 




9 00 




6 00 




6 21 




3 00 




45 37 




37 65 




40 00 






$1,000 21 






$11,258 41 




27 27 




$11,285 68 



HIGHWAYS, BRIDGES AND SIDEWALKS. 

Balance undrawn Feb. 1, 1854 1,432 42 

Received of Robert W. Ames, for street manure 25 00 

" William Byrne, for horse 47 50 

" Henry Dudley, for hay 41 87 

" Sundry persons, for repairs of side- 
walks 107 95 

" Appropriation for Schools, for grav- 
elling yards of School-houses ■•• • 484 50 
" Appropriation for Alms-house, for 

labor at Brook Farm 118 75 

Received by Transfer from Salaries of School 

Teachers, 1853-54 700 00 

APPROPRIATION 10,000 00 

Loan Authorized 6,000 00 

$18,957 99 

EXPENDITURES. 
Paid for LABOR— 

To John R. Howard, Commissioner 500 00 

" Soranus Smith, labor 210 00 

" Silmon Smith, « 394 33 



Amount carried forward, $1,104 33 



27 



Amount brought forward, $1,104 33 

To Horace B. Swan, labor 145 03 

" William Soule, " 188 76 

" Franklin Howard, " 338 00 

" Charles Wood, " 270 12 

" Patrick Surplus, " 280 00 

" Michael Flemruing, " 283 25 

" John Good, " 241 50 

" Michael Follan, " 300 50 

" James Sullivan, " 269 50 

" Michael Gately, " 194 00 

" Thomas McGuire, " 33 00 

" John Carey, " 37 00 

" Richard Day, " 23 00 

" Patrick McGill, " 14 00 

" Patrick Murphy, » 199 50 

" Thomas Kilday, « 243 00 

" Michael McQueeney, " 252 00 

" Mathew Gilmore, " 6 00 

" JohnMcCarty, " 213 50 

" James Minchin, " 8 50 

" Andrew McGettrick, " 5 00 

" Robert Gardner, paid for " 265 00 

" Daniel Crowley, " 113 00 

" James Scott, " 74 50 

" Patrick Mullery, " 226 50 

" Thomas Dolan, 2d, " 1 00 

" Patrick Moran, " 9 50 

" William Casey, " 3 00 

" Thomas Roak, " 160 50 

" Peter O'Hearn, " 168 25 

« James Kelley, " 41 00 

" Thomas Harney, " 80 50 

» Thomas Conner, " 137 00 

« Hugh Mee, " 38 50 

» Caleb S. Farmer, " 34 00 

» Patrick Graham, " 73 00 

" Edwin Hewins, " 6 00 

" James Norton, " 8 00 

« John T. Hoit, " 5 62 

" Peter Kelley " 4 00 

« Michael Duffee, " 6 00 

« Brine Fay, " 6 00 

" James Graham, " 19 00 

" Thomas Curley, " 7 50 

" Terrence Martin, " 2 00 

" Michael Fitzmorris, " 12 00 

" Gera Farnum, " 12 25 

" Daniel Murphy, " • • 3 78 

" James Ritchie, paid for labor.- 205 34 

" Thomas Dolan, carting gravel 670 46 

" John Clyne, " " 321 00 

" William Byrne, " " 632 50 

Amount carried forward, $7,996 19 



28 

Amount brought forward, $7,996 19 

To Thomas Edwards, carting gravel 99 00 

" James Cary, " " 551 75 

" Thomas Fitzpatrick, " " 163 00 

" Owen Naun, " " 224 00 

" Thomas Cullery, " " 115 00 

" A. G. Parker, " " 38 50 

" Daniel Cram, " " 75 38 



,262 82 



Paid for PAVING, SETTING EDGE STONES, 
AND CROSSING STONES— 

To Gore, Libbey & Co., paving and setting edge 

stones • • • 5,136 52 

" A. C. Savage, paving stone 168 00 

" Nelson Curtis, " brick • 24160 

" Ham & Leighton, " " •' 330 95 

$5,877 07 

Paid for GRAVEL AND STONE CHIPS— 

To Enoch Bartlett, gravel 681 21 

" Phineas B. Smith, gravel and stone 398 70 

" William R. Huston, gravel 25 00 

" Patrick Kelley, 1st., stone chips 216 29 

" Patrick Kelley, 2d., " " 15 00 

" Roger Drury, " " 123 44 

" Daniel Harrington, " " 97 38 

" Obed Rand, " " 60 00 

" Henry Humphrey, " " 85 00 

" William H. Barnes, " " 19 50 

" Ebenezer Wales, " " 65 50 

" Patrick Kelley, " " 22 62 

" Pedy Dudley, " " 17 75 

" Charles Hardwick, Jr., & Co., stone 15 03 

1,842 42 

Paid for BLACKSMITH & WHEELWRIGHT'S WORK— 

To Nehemiah Mack, blacksmith's work 224 35 

" Simeon Stubbs, " " 26 87 

" Leonard Hall, wheelwright's work 16 25 

" Freeman Simpson, " " 7 75 



>275 22 



Paid for HAY AND GRAIN— 

To Charles Hays, hay 127 72 

" James Ritchie, " 5 00 

" Joseph Houghton, grain 508 02 

" Henry Dudley, " 72 44 



>713 18 



Amount carried forward, $17,970 71 






29 



Amount Drought forward, 
Paid for SUNDRIES not otherwise enumerated- 



To J. T. Ellis & Co., powder, &c. 

R. & J. H. Hawes, shovels 

Charles Marsh, hardware 

Horatio G. Simpson, moving fence- • • •'• 

John A. Dyer, carpenter's work 

John M. Marston & Co., " 

George H. Pike, spruce poles 

E. A. Hovey, harness work 

Reuben Hunting, oil, &c. 

S. .& G. B. Faunce, oil, &c. 

Hiram Blackmier, hay cutter 

W. E. White her, horse sled 

J. & S. B. Prince, watering street 

C. G. Bird, ladder and water pots 

Jacob Allen, level 

Ebenezer Chamberlin, cess pool covers- 

B. Franklin, horse hire • 

Norfolk Journal Office 

Cram & Knight, building bridge 



82 


72 


13 


83 


21 


86 


6 


17 


5 


G7 


98 


17 




75 


10 


36 


5 


13 


20 


24 


16 


00 


5 


00 


67 


00 


5 


60 


1 


50 


15 


75 


9 


00 


3 


50 


250 


00 



Total Expenditures 

Transfer to Contingent Expenses, 1854 and 1855 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1855, $335 94. 



.7,970 71 



$638 25 

$18,608 96 

13 09 

$18,622 05 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Balance undrawn, Feb. 1, 1854 1,7 70 07 

Transfer from Contingent Expenses of 1854 and 

1855 500 00 

APPROPRIATION 8,160 00 



EXPENDITURES. 
Paid to ENGINEERS— 

To Abraham G. Parker, Chief Engineer 

" J. C. Pratt, Assistant Engineer 

" Daniel E. Page, " 

" John L. Stanton, " 

" Gilbert S. May, " 

" Samuel F. Train, " and Secretary 



Amount carried forward, 



$10,430 07 



200 00 




40 00 




40 00 




10 00 




43 75 




41 25 






$375 00 





$375 00 



30 

Amount brought forward, . $375 00 

Paid to FIREMEN— 

To Officers and members Engine No. 1 1,182 50 

" Officers and members Engine No. 2 987 93 

" Officers and members Engine No. 6 1,182 50 

" Officers and members Engine No. 7 1,090 84 

" Steward of Engine No. 3 22 50 

" Officers and members Hook and Ladder Co. 463 75 

" Officers and members Hose Co. No. 1 395 00 

$5,325 02 



Paid for SUNDRIES to several Companies — 
ENGINE, No. 1. 

To Asa Wyman & Son, fuel 5 96 

" Augustus Parker & Co., fuel 26 25 

" Lydston & Holland, carpenter's work 7 72 

" Hunneman & Co., hose and repairs 123 56 

" Howard & Davis, repairs 88 30 

" J. C. Pratt, blacksmith's work 19 26 

" H. Learned & Co., " 10 00 

" John A. Scott, " 27 54 

" John D. Pierce, repairs 6 00 

" Robert C. Campbell, repairs 10 72 

" Boston Belting Co., hose 72 50 

" John A. Foley, repairs 6 00 

" F. P. Pierce, " 5 00 

" E. A. Hovey, " 7 40 

" Nathaniel Adams, repairs 1 50 



ENGINE, No. 2. 

To Augustus Parker & Co., fuel 20 21 

" Hunneman & Co., new hose and repairs • • • • 343 72 

" Dunning & Parshley, oil, &c. 46 54 

" Reuben Hunting, oil, &c. 20 26 

" Samuel S. Chase, lock, keys, &c. 18 04 

* " Henry A. Drake, badges 12 00 

" Weeks & Brock, blacksmith's work 22 50 

" Frederick A. Stone, carpenter's work 6 25 

" Solomon Sanborn, mason's work 9 00 

" John J. Brooks, " 6 00 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, painting 10 55 

" Charles G. Bird, rope, &c. 7 04 

" John Kelley, repairs 10 08 

" H. Carleton, " 5 04 

" ¥ra. Welch, " 8 25 

" Whiton, Train & Co., rope 1 49 

" Charles Marsh, lantern 1 25 



.7 71 



$548 22 



Amount carried forward, $5,665 95 



31 

Amount brought forward, $5,665 95 

ENGINE, No. 6. 

To Asa Wyman & Son, fuel 9 82 

" Augustus Parker & Co., fuel 29 42 

" Hunneman & Co., new hose and repairs- • • • 290 02 

" Charles W. Newell, oil, &c. 35 68 

" Mrs. Lavey, cleaning house 3 00 

" Charles Erskine, painting 23 10 

" William Dove, oil, &c. 16 58 

" Samuel S. Chase, repairs 8 82 

" Kent & Lord, stove work 35 75 

" Solomon Sanborn, mason's work 2 50 

" Hiram Carleton, spanner straps, &c. 7 70 

" Ebenezer Chamberlin, bell wheel 6 00 

" Reuben Howard, repairing pump 250 

" Charles Marsh, hardware 5 29 

" David E. Handley, mason's work 7 50 



ENGINE, No. 7. 

To Augustus Parker & Co., fuel 20 00 

" J. I. Caldwell, fuel 7 37 

" Plunneman & Co., new hose and repairs- • • • 191 25 

" James Davenport, painting Engine, &c. 61 00 

" R. L. Hodsdon & Co., oil, &c. 30 56 

" Joseph W. Sweat, repairs 22 75 

" William Weymouth, carpenter's work 33 86 

" John C. Ross, mason's work 17 37 

" Uriah T. Brownell, painting 21 03 

HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY. 

To Hunneman & Co., repairs 31 80 

" Robert C. Campbell, pump, &c. 24 72 

" Samuel S. Chase, carpenter's work 4 65 

" Trowbridge & Ayres, oil, &c. 5 05 

" D. H. Basford, fluid 2 24 

" Calvin Bird, oil can 2 58 

" E. A. Hovey, badges 5 67 

" John A. Scott, blacksmith's work 718 

" William N. Hastings, keys, &c. 7 42 

" John M. Way, horse hire 2 00 

" H. R. Wetherbee, " 4 00 



$483 68 



$405 19 



$97 31 



HOSE COMPANY, No. 1. 

To Augustus Parker & Co., fuel 23 68 

" Hunneman & Co., repairs of hose 48 47 

" Calvin B. Faunce, oil, &c. 13 83 

" Reuben Hunting, oil, &c- 8 40 

" R. H. Boothby, repairs 7 71 

" George S. Head, mason's work 5 00 

$107 09 



Amount carried forward, $6 759 22 



32 



Amount brought forward, 
Paid for SUNDRIES not otherwise enumerated — 

To Shelton & Cheever, caps 69 17 

" James L. Callender, cleaning snow from re- 
servoirs 

" Joseph W. Sweat, care of hydrants 

" Benjamin Clark, filling reservoirs 

" John A. Foley, " 

" Warren Engine, No. 1, " 

" A. S. Parker, paid for " 

" Ivory Harmon, repairing reservoirs 

" Lydston & Holland, " 

" Samuel Felton, " 

" John A. Scott, « 

" William Weymouth, " 

" Colburn & Clement, refreshments for out of 
town Companies 

" Engine Co., No. 6, do. do. do. 

" Engine Co., No. 7, do. do. do. 

" Thomas Laha, do. do do. 

" Hook and Ladder Co., do. do. do. 

" Silas Dole, do. do. do. 

" William Clark, carting hose 

" Oliver P. Payne, " 

" Thomas H. Murphy, carting hose 

" B. F. Cobb, « 

" James Munroe, " 

" Edward Dennon, " 

" Weatherbee & Scott, " 

" J. B. Childs, « 

" Hunneman & Co., new hose 

" John I. Hastings, ringing bell 

" Francis Freeman, " 

" Reuben Howard, repairs 

" Henry Pratt, repairing locks, &c. 

" E. S. Harrington, lamps 

" J. G. Blake, desk 

" Samuel F. Train, stationery, &c. 

« J. T. Bicknell & Co., " 

" E. W. Murray, lighting Engineers' room- • • • 

" Wm. N. Hastings, " " 

" J. B. Young, repairing window 

" Norfolk County Journal, printing 

Total Expenditures 

Tranfer to Contingent Appropriation 1854 & 1855 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1855, $1,555 93. 



5,759 22 



52 


50 


42 


00 


10 


00 


32 


00 


23 


00 


25 


00 


221 


05 


13 


64 


28 


25 


6 


86 


16 


07 


3 


47 


8 


00 


8 


00 


15 


00 


6 


00 


3 


50 


71 


75 


10 


00 


10 


13 


16 


88 


10 


50 


5 


00 


2 


37 * 


3 


62 


96 


48 


24 


00 


24 


00 


8 


00 


5 


20 


10 


63 


6 


50 


7 


75 


12 


61 


3 


00 


6 


00 


3 


19 


1 


50 




<ttQ99 RO 








$8,681 84 




192 30 



,874 14 






33 



WATCH AND POLICE. 



Balance undrawn Feb. 1, 1854 

Transfer from Contingent Expenses, 1853 & 54 
APPROPRIATION 



EXPENDITURES 
To John I. Hastings, police and watchman 

" Joseph Hubbard, " « 

" H. J. V. Myers, " " 

« William D. Cook, " " 

" Morrill P. Berry, " " 

" Hawley Folsom, " " 

" James Ball, " " 

" EUiot Trask, « " 

" Luke Jewett, " " 

" Moses N. Hubbard, " " 

" Asa Merrill, " " 

" Phineas B. Smith, " . " 

" Charles Trask, " « 

" Benjamin Merriam, " " 

" Joshua Seaver, costs 

Total for Police _ 

Transfer to Contingent Appropriation, 1854 
and 55 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1855, 



917 


50 






300 00 






5,000 


00 










$6,217 


50 






549 


00 






556 


50 






565 


50 






559 


50 






549 


00 






559 


50 






563 


74 






556 


50 






480 


50 






81 


00 






84 


00 






120 


76 






87 


00 






32 


00 






26 


18 


$5,370 








68 






38 


25 



,408 93 



57. 



LAMPS. 

Balance undrawn Feb. 1, 1854 1,044 52 

APPROPRIATION 3,000 00 

EXPENDITURES. 

To Boston Gas Light Company, gas 167 26 

" E. S. Harrington, fluid 1,547 83 

" Josiah D. Jenness, lighting lamps 499 51 

" Charles C. Page, " 209 45 

" Jonathan Moulton, " 30 00 

" Lemuel E. Pope, paid for " 13 87 

" John I. Hastings, " 24 00 

" John A. Scott, repairing lamps 3 08 

« ,0. B. Littlefield, " 75 

" Smith & Felton, lamps 47 00 

" John W. Parker, rent 50 00 

Total for Lamps 

Amount carried forward, 
5 



,044 52 



,592 75 



2,592 75 



34 

Amount brought forward, $2,592 75 

Transfer to Contingent Appropriation, 1854 

and 55 437 02 

$3,029 77 
Balance undrawn February 1, 1855, $1,014 75. 



STATE TAX. 

APPROPRIATION $6,612 00 

EXPENDITURE. 

To warrant of Jacob H. Loud, Treasurer of 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts $6,612 00 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1855, nothing. 



COUNTY TAX. 

APPROPRIATION $15,377 40 

EXPENDITURE. 

To warrant of George Ellis, Treasurer of the 

County of Norfolk $15,377 40 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1855, nothing. 



MILITARY SERVICES. 

Received from Jacob H. Loud, Treasurer of the 

Commonwealth, for military services $411 50 

EXPENDITURE. 

To Roxbury Artillery $411 50 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1855, nothing. 



DISCOUNT ON TAXES. 

Balance undrawn Feb. 1, 1854 12 76 

Transfer from Contingent Expenses, 1854 & 55 3 64 

APPROPRIATION 3,500 00 

■ $3,516 40 

EXPENDITURES. 
To Discount on Taxes paid prior to Oct. 1, 1854 3,503 64 
" Transfer to Contingent Expenses, 1854 & 55 12 76 

$3,516 40 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1855, nothing. 



35 



ABATEMENT OF TAXES. 

Balance undrawn Feb. 1, 1854 69 36 

Transfer from Contingent Expenses, 1854 & 55 699 96 

APPROPRIATION 1,200 00 

EXPENDITURES. 

To Abatements allowed by Assessors 1,899 96 

" Transfer to Contingent Appropriation, 1854 

and 55 69 36 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1855, nothing. 



$1,969 32 



1,969 32 



CITY DEBT AND INTEREST. 

Balance undrawn Feb. 1, 1854 4,362 21 

Received from sales of Munroe land 2,637 50 

" " " of Stony Brook lands 1,464 56 

" " " Norfolk Mutual Fire In- 
surance Company 3,000 00 

Loans authorized 8,000 00 

APPROPRIATION (and for Overdrafts) • • • • 11,500 00 

$30,964 27 

EXPENDITURES. 
To the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, princi- 
pal and interest 3,920 00 

" Paul Farnum, principal and interest 2,723 78 

" Institution for Savings, Roxbury and its 

vicinity, principal and interest 13,415 00 

" P. P. F. Degrand, or order, principal and 

interest 1,320 00 

" Boston Provident Institution for Savings, 

interest 1,395 00 

" Suffolk Savings Institution, interest 650 00 

" David A. Simmons, . " 660 00 

" James Parker, " 480 00 

" James Parker, Trustee, " 600 00 

" Nelson Curtis, " 540 00 

« West Roxbury, " 705 94 

" William Miller, " 540 00 

" Trustees of Dartmouth College, " 300 00 

" Abigail Seaver, " 462 00 

" George Seaver, " 132 00 

" George W. Seaver, " 66 00 

" Francis George Shaw, " 270 00 

" George R. Russell, " 180 00 

" B. A. Smith, Trustee, " 150 00 

" Isaac Davis, " 120 00 

" City Treasurer, or order, " 120 00 

Amount carried forward, $28,749 72 



36 

Amount brought forward, $28,749 72 

To Samuel Kendall, interest 240 00 

" Theodore Parker, " 60 00 

" Elijah Lewis, " 60 00 

" Joseph W. Dudley, " 60 00 

" Jeremiah H. Wilkins, " 60 00 

" Benjamin F. Campbell, " 60 00 

" J. C. Pratt, « 180 00 

" People's Bank, interest on overdrafts 387 50 

" David W. Williams, twenty-fifth payment of 

Alms-house land 150 00 

Total for City Debt and Interest $30,007 22 

Transfer to Contingent Expenses, 1854 & 55- • 190 00 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1855, $767 05. 



$30,197 22 



SALARIES OF CITY OFFICERS, 

Balance undrawn, February 1, 1854 1,420 00 

APPROPRIATION 4,025 00 



5,445 00 



EXPENDITURES. 

To Linus B. Comins, Mayor 800 00 

Joseph W. Tucker, City Clerk 900 00 

Joshua Seaver, Clerk Common Council- • • 150 00 

Joseph W. Dudley, Treasurer 1,200- 00 

Thomas Adams, City Marshal (ten months 

six days to Feb. 6, 1854) 

"William N. Felton, Messenger 

Laban S. Beecher, Assessor 

Joshua Seaver, " and Clerk 

Daniel Jackson, " 

Alvah Kittredge, " 

Joseph Bugbee, Assistant Assessor 

Gera Farnum, " " 

Moses Gragg, " « 

Benjamin Perkins, " " 

Aaron D. Williams, " " 

Total for Salaries to City Officers 

Transfer to Contingent Expenses, 1854 and 55 

$4,538 75 
Balance undrawn, February 1, 1855, $906 25. 



425 00 




268 75 




25 00 




250 00 




175 00 




150 00 




20 00 




20 00 




20 00 




20 00 




20 00 






$4,443 75 




95 00 



37 
REPAIRS ON CITY HALL. 

Transfer from Contingent Expenses of 1854 

and 1855 $801 93 

EXPENDITURES. 

To J. M. Marston & Co., carpenter's work 

H. G. Simpson, " " 

Samuel Felton, mason's work 

Kent & Lord, tin conductors 

N. W. Turner, gas fixtures 

Benjamin Selden, cleaning windows 

James Cunningham, cleaning 

William N. Felton, paid for cleaning 

Ebenezer Pratt, carpet, &c. 

U. T. Brownell, painting 



170 


31 


37 


25 


47 


27 


20 


17 


87 


20 


7 


00 


4 


38 


9 


00 


29 


75 


389 


60 



$801 93 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1855, nothing. 



GENERAL CONTINGENT EXPENSES AND MISCEL- 
LANEOUS CLAIMS. 

Balance undrawn, February 1, 1854 1,229 75 

APPROPRIATIONS in addition to rents from 

City property, and all other sources- • • • 5,000 00 

Overplus in casting Taxes 929 86 

Sundry transfers 1,504 98 

Received from West Roxbury, proportion of 

State and County Tax 6,204 55 

" from Chubbuck & Campbell, rent of 

shops 292 83 

" from Allen Putnam, rent of wharf- • 400 00 

" from George B. Davis, rent of house 200 00 
" from H. & G. W. Pierce, rent of 

market 1 50 00 

" from Aaron D. Williams, rent of land 30 00 
" from Roxbury Color and Chemical 

Factory, rent of land 10 00 

" for rent of City Hall 9 00 

" from Seth Tucker, ground rent- • • • 1 00 
" from A. W. Newman, income from 

hay-scales 113 36 

" from Commonwealth, income from 

Armory, twenty months 26542 

" from Joseph W. Tucker, fees 232 50 

" from Asaph Churchill, fines for vio- 
lation of Liquor Law 500 00 

" from John W. May, fine 1 00 

" from William Gaston, fine 1 00 

" from Licenses 40 00 

" from dog licenses 186 00 



Amount carried forward, $17,301 25 



38 



$17,301 
2 

779 
2 



25 00 



Amount brought forward, 

Received from damage to fence 

" from Commonwealth, for City's pro- 
portion of School Fund 

" from John R. Howard 

" from Phineas B. Smith, for building 

EXPENDITURES. 

Paid for PRINTING, ADVERTISING, STATION- 
ERY AND BOOKS. 

To Norfolk County Journal Office, printing 

" John M. Hewes, printing 

" Worthington, Flanders & Co., printing 
" Sleeper & Rogers, " 

" Henry & Charles O. Rogers " 

" Aaron R. Gay, stationery 

" J. T. Bicknell & Co., " 

" Joseph W. Tucker, paid for stationery 
" William J. Reynolds & Co., books • • • • 



563 


82 


323 


72 


10 


50 


3 


50 


5 


25 


78 


95 


5 


49 


16 


69 


6 


62 



Paid for NOTIFYING AND ATTEND- 
ING MEETINGS, USE OF ROOMS, 
AND DISTRIBUTING ENVELOPES. 
To Luke Jewett, notifying and attending 

" H. J. V. Myers, " " 

" James Ball, " " 

" Joseph Hubbard, " " 

" William D. Cook, " " 

" Morrill P. Berry, " " 

" Hawley Folsom, " " 

" Tremont Baptist Society, rent of ward room 
" Trustees of Warren Street M. E. Church, 

rent of ward room 

" Andrew J. Cobb, distributing envelopes- • 
" James A. Harvey, " " 

Paid for LAND TAKEN FOR WIDENING 
STREETS, AND SURVEYING. 
To Charles B. Bryant, for land, Ruggles Street 
" Charles A. Green, for land, Washington 

Street 

" George L. Bell, for land, Ruggles Street- • • 
" Stephen Faunce, for land, Washington 

Street 

" Horace H. Moses, surveying 

" T. M. Moseley, " 

Paid for LAW EXPENSES— 
To David A. Simmons, professional services 
" Francis Hilliard, " " 

" Ezra Wilkinson, " " 



19 


50 


16 


90 


16 


90 


16 


90 


9 


50 


9 


50 


9 


40 


30 


00 


50 


00 


1 


50 


1 


50 



655 50 

314 14 
49 07 

18 00 

238 50 

40 00 



499 00 

87 24 

8 00 



$18,109 68 



1,014 54 



$181 60 



$1,315 21 



Amount carried forward, 



$594 24 



$594 


24 


58 


00 


96 


00 


60 


00 


10 


40 


6 


50 


8 


00 


33 


43 


99 


26 



39 



Amount drought forward, 

To John J. Clarke, professional services 

" William Gaston, " « 

" Thos. Tolman and Wm. Aspinwall, " 
" David J. Colburn, " " 

" Joshua Seaver, " " 

" A. Willis, " " 

Paid for INSURANCE— 

To City Mutual Fire Insurance Company ••'■'• 
" Norfolk Mutual Fire Insurance Company- • 



Paid for SUNDRIES for claims not otherwise enumerated- 

To William Willard, carriage hire 114 75 

" William J. Mathes, " " 143 25 

" Jacob B. Flagg, Jr. & Co., carriage hire- • • 77 00 

" John M. Way, " "... 6 25 

" John J. Merrill & Co., " "... 6 00 

" William Clark, carting 5 00 

" O. P. Payne, " 6 75 

" II. G. Simpson, carpenter's work 102 56 

" George Curtis, " " 27 80 

" David Simpson, " " 71 49 

" William D. Adams, " " 15 17 

" Daniel W. Glidden, carpenter's work on 

dwelling house 212 48 

" Thomas Gannon, labor 11 25 

" J. M. Marston & Co., repairs on machine shop 8 7 

" Estate Roger Herring, repairs 5 83 

" Thomas S. Herring, " 11 99 

" H. R. Taylor, " 13 75 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing 11 25 

" Kent & Lord, stove work 22 87 

" Charles G. Bird, " " 23 72 

" Weeks & Brock, iron work 437 

" R. H. Wiswall, varnishing 6 50 

" Asa Wyman & Son, coal 19 06 

" Augustus Parker & Co., coal 92 12 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 25 51 

" Horatio Boyden " 3 00 

" Swain & Craft, oil, &c. 121 23 

" N. W. Turner, gas fixtures 167 62 

" Boston Gas Light Company, gas 28 50 

" Jonas Pierce, Jr., cleaning rooms 10 00 

" James Cunningham, cleaning blinds 2 75 

" William N. Felton, paid for cleaning 89 00 

" Henry Pratt, repairing locks 4 12 

" Solomon Sanborn, mason's work 6 50 

" Andrew W. Newman, weighing, and repair 

of hay scales 28 67 

" Amos Stevens, sealing hay scales 3 00 

Amount carried forward, $1,501 98 



$833 14 



$132 69 



40 



Amount brought forward. 

To Roxbury Artillery, rent of armory 

Linus B. Coniins, paid for firing salute- • ■ • 

Nathan Haynes, ringing bell 

Isaac S. Burrell, postage 

William A. Crafts, paid for copying 

Nelson Curtis, " " 

En os Foord, recording deeds 

Isaac Child, to arranging old documents- • • 
Benjamin Mann, medical attendance in 

watch-house 

A. I. Cummings, " " ". . . . 

C. I. Gorham, sundries 

Horace King, refreshments 

Thomas Laha, " 

Ezra Young, sundry bills 

Richard Ward, for services in paying City 

debt 

Warren Engine Co. No. 1 for physician's bill 

John C. Seaver, return of deaths 

Moses Gragg, truant officer 

James Ritchie, evening school 

George Mellen, labor 

William Campbell, " 

Charles T. Trask, " 

Edward W. Dennin, damages on highway- 

Stoddard & Brigham, ice 

Isaac S. Burrell, p'd for cleaning fieldpieces 
Charles Marsh, hardware 



Total amount of Contingent Expenses and 

Miscellaneous Claims $6,752 86 

TRANSFERS— 

To School-house, Sudbury Street 1,645 02 

" School-house, Yeoman Street 1,669 00 

" Alterations for High School 500 00 

" Fuel for Schools 700 00 

" Fire Department 500 00 

" Support of Poor 2,400 00 

" Watch and Police 300 00 

" Discount on Taxes 3 64 

" Abatement of Taxes 699 96 

" Repairs on City Hall 801 93 



$1,501 


98 


250 


00 


88 


50 


10 


00 


33 


96 


1 


00 


12 


95 


12 


29 


74 


04 • 


2 


00 


.5 


00 


24 


00 


116 


00 


63 


75 


290 


61 


53 


86 


22 


00 


16 


90 


183 


33 


420 


00 


8 


75 


2 


00 


12 


00 


50 


00 


5 


00 


10 


37 


5 


39 


% 


$3 °75 68 







Balance undrawn February 1, 1855, $2,137 27. 



$9,219 55 
$15,972 41 



41 



TABLE 

OP APPROPRIATIONS, EXPENDITURES, TRANSFERS AND BALANCES. 

1854-55. 



Appropriations. 


Appropriated. 


Expended. 


Transfers. 


Balances* 


For Public Schools, including 










Salaries of Teachers, Fuel, 










Alteration for High School 










and Contingent Expenses 


$34,925 55 


$27,608 09 


$1,129 93 


$6,187 53 


Roxbury Grammar School . . 


3,750 00 


3,000 00 




750 00 


Alteration on School-house, 












1,669 00 


1,669 00 






.New School-house and Land, 












9,645 02 


9,645 02 






New School-house and Land, 












20,000 00 


15,165 50 




4,834 50 




11,411 75 


11,258 41 


27 27 


126 07 


Highways, Bridges and Side- 












18,957 99 


18,608 96 


13 09 


335 94 




10,430 07 


8,681 84 


192 30 


1,555 93 




6,217 50 


5,370 68 


38 25 


808 57 




4,044 52 


2,592 75 


437 02 


1,014 75 




6,612 00 


6,612 00 








15,377 40 


15,377 40 








411 50 


411 50 






Discount on Taxes .... 


3,516 40 


3,503 64 


12 76 




Abatement of Taxes .... 


1,969 32 


1,899 96 


69 36 




City Debt and Interest . . . 


30,964 27 


30,007 22 


190 00 


■ 767 05 


Salaries of City Officers . . . 


5,445 00 


4,443 75 


95 00 


906 25 


Repairs on City Hall .... 


801 93 


801 93 






General Contingent Expenses 


18,109 68 


6,752 86 


9,219 55 


2,137 27 




$204,258 90 


$173,410 51 


$11,424 53 


$19,423 86 



42 



AMOUNT OF CITY DEBT. 



Date of Notes. 


March 


1 


1852 


June 


30 


1849 


June 


30 


1849 


June 


30 


J 849 


Jan. 


1 


1850 


JNov. 


1 


1851 


Nov. 


1 


1851 


N*ov. 


1 


1851 


JNov. 


1 


1851 


Nov. 


17 


1851 


Nov. 


18 


1851 


JNov. 


18 


1851 


JNov. 


1 


1853 


Dec. 


1 


1852 


Oct. 


1 


1851 


JNov. 


1 


1851 


Jan. 


20 


1852 


Dec. 


] 


1851 


April 


15 


1854 


July 


3 


1854 


JNov. 


17 


1854 


Dec. 


15 


1854 


Oct. 


20 


1854 


JNov. 


1 


1854 


JNov. 


11 


1851 


JNov. 


24. 


1851 


JVlarch 


15 


1854 


Aug. 


29 


1854 


Jan. 


1 


1855 


Jan. 


•1 


1855 


Jan. 


25 


1855 


Jan. 


1 


1852 


Jan. 


1 


1852 


Jan. 


1 


1852 


Feb. 


20 


1852 


Feb. 


20 


1852 


Feb. 


20 


1852 


April 


30 


, 1852 


Sept. 


1 


, 1852 


JNov. 


1 


1852 


Jan. 


10 


1853 


Nov. 


1 


, 1854 


Nov. 


17 


, 1854 


Jan. 


25 


, 1855 



To whom Payable. 



Isaac Davis 

To the Commonwealth . . . 

George R. Russell .... 

Francis George Shaw . . . 

Theodore Parker 

James Parker 

To the Commonwealth . . . 

William Miller 

Elijah Lewis 

Joseph W. Dudley .... 

Provident Institution for Sav- 
ings, Boston 

Jerahmeel C. Pratt 

Benjamin F. Campbell . . . 

To the Commonwealth . . . 

Institution for Savings in the 
Town of Boston .... 

Trustees of Dartmouth College 

To the Commonwealth . . . 

City Treasurer, or order . . 

City Treasurer, or order . . 

Institution for Savings, Roxbury 

Benjamin A. Smith, Trustee . 

Cynihia Stillings 

Cynthia Stillings 

City Treasurer, or order . . 

Institution for Savings, Roxbury 

David A. Simmons .... 

Nelson Curtis 

Institution for Savings, Roxbury 

Charles Humphrey .... 

Sarah Jones 

Vlary Jones . . . ... .. 

City Treasurer, or order . . 

Jeremiah H. Wilkins .... 

James Parker, Trustee . . . 

City Treasurer, or order .■ . 

Abigail Seaver 

George VV. Seaver .... 

George Seaver 

Samuel Kendall 

City Treasurer, or order . . 

Institution for Savings, Roxbury 

Suffolk Savings Bank . . . 

City Treasurer, or order . . 

Cynthia Stillings 

City Treasurer, or order . . 



Interest. 



per cent 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 

6 
6 
6 
6 

? 

6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
5 
6 
G 
6 



When Payable. 



On Demand 
March 1, If 



June 
June 
June 
Jan. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



Nov. 13 

Nov. 18 

Nov. 18 

Nov. 1 



Dec. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Jan. 
Dec. 



April 15 

May 15 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

March 1 

Sept 

Jan. 

Jan. 



Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

May 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Jan. 



ltfoo 
1855 
1855 
1855 
1856 
1856 
1856 
1856 
1856 

1856 
1856 
1856 
1856 

1857 

1858 

1858 

1858 

1859 

1859 

1859 

1859 

1859 

1859 

1860 

1861 

1861 

1861 

1861 

1861 

1861 

1861 

1862 

1862 

186 

1862 

1862 

1862 

1862 

1862 

1862 

1863 

1864 

1864 

1865 



Amount. 



#2,000 00 
8,000 00 
5,000 00 
2,500 00 
1,000 00 
8,000 00 
5,000 00 
9,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 

15,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 

15,000 00 

9,000 00 
5,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 

11,765 95 
2,000 00 
5,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
6,000 00 

11,000 00 
1,000 00 
5,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 

10,000 00 
5,000 00 
7,760 00 
1,100 00 
2,200 00 
4,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 

13,000 00 
9,000 00 
1,000 00 
1 ,000 00 

$209,263 95 



43 



AMOUNT OF DEBT 

, FOR FOREST HILLS CEMETERY. 



Date of Notes. 



To whom Payable. 



Interest. 



When Payable. 



Amount. 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
JNov. 



12, 
15, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 
1, 



18*8 
1851 
1852 
1852 
1852 
1852 
1S52 



John Parkinson 

Joel Seaverns 

Joel Seaverns 

Joel Seaverns 

Joel Seaverns 

Joel Seaverns 

Institution for Savings, for Rox> 
bury and its vicinity . . 



per cent. 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 



July 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Nov. 



1, 185+ 
], 1857 
1, 1858 
1, 1859 
1, 1860 
1, 1861 

1, 1862 



#1,000 00 
16.000 00 

i ;ooo 00 

2.000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 

2,000 00 

$26,000 00 



* The Debt of the Cemetery is kept separately from the ordinary City Debt, and 
provision is made for the payment of the same by the proceeds of the sales of lots in 
the grounds, as will be seen by the following section from the Act obtained from the 
Legislature : — 

Section 4. "The proceeds of sales of lots or rights of burial in said Cemetery 
shall be paid into the City Treasury, to be kept separate from any other funds of the 
City, and subject to the order of said Commissioners, and such proceeds shall be de- 
voted to the liquidation of the debt incurred in the purchase of the land for said 
Cemetery, and to the improvement and embellishment thereof, as aforesaid, under the 
direction of said board of Commissioners. And no other moneys shall be appropriated 
from the City Treasury by the City Council for such improvement and embellishment." 



44 



Dr. Joseph W. Dudley, City Treasurer, in Account Current, from 



1855. 
Feb. 1. 


To 


Balance in 






# 13,035 89 




Cash received of the Commonwealth for Pauper 










Account, 1852 and 1853 . . 


#2,190 92 






tt 


" 


of Ezra Young, for sales of produce 














2,384 67 






it 


a 


of Isaac H. Meserve, for sales of 
goods at Brook Farm . . . 


180 50 






it 
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it 


of Town of West Roxbury, for 
support of Paupers .... 

of all other Towns and Individuals 
for support of Paupers . . . 


623 61 
102 50 


5,482 20 








it 




110,029 26 




' 


tt 


Cash rece 


ved of West Roxbury, for their propor- 
tion of State and County Tax 


6,204 55 


116,233 81 








it 


it 


of Chubbuck &, Campbell, for rent 


292 83 






a 
tt 


ti 


of Allen Putnam, for rent of wharf 
of Geo. B. Davis, for rent of house 


400 00 
200 00 






it 


a 


of H. & G. W. Pierce, for rent of 


150 00 






it 


a 


of A. D. Williams, for rent of land 


30 00 






tt 


a 


of Roxbury Color and Chemical 
Co., for rent of land .... 


10 00 






tt 


tt 


of Seth Tucker, for ground rent . 


1 00 






tl 


it 




9 00 






tt 


tt 


for income of Hay Scales . . . 


113 36 






ti 




of Commonwealth, for rent of Ar- 


265 42 


1,471 61 




tt 


tt 


for sale of Munroe land . . . 


2,637 50 




tl 


ti 


for sales of Stony Brook land . . 


1,464 56 


4,102 06 




it 


it 


of Joseph W. Tucker, for fees 


232 50 




tl 


tt 


of Asaph Churchill, for tines . . 


500 00 






tt 


a 


of John W. May, lor tine . . . 


1 00 






ti 


ii 


of William Gaston, for fine . . 


1 00 






a 


tt 




40 00 






tt 


tt 




186 00 


960 50 




a 


tt 


of John R. Howard, for gravelling 










School-house yards .... 


434 50 






« 


tt 


of John R. Howard, for labor at 


118 75 






" 


a 


of William Byrne, for horse . . 


47 50 






ti 
tt 


it 


of Henry Dudley, for hay . . . 
of Robert Ames, for street manure 


41 87 
25 00 






tt 


tt 


of sundry persons, for repairing 


107 95 


825 57 




it 


it 


of J. T. Bicknell, for books re- 












2 80 






« 


it 
ti 


of Curley <fe Cunnyboy, for dam- 
of Commonwealth, for Sch'l Fund 


2 15 

779 28 






a 


it 


of John R. Howard ... 


2 00 






n 


tt 


of Commonwealth, for Militia 


411 50 






a 


tt 


of Phineas B. Smith, for building 


25 00 


1,222 73 




a 


(t 


of Norfolk Mutual Fire Insurance 














3,000 00 




tt 


tt 


by Loans authorized, . . . 


.... 


46,500 00 




$ 192,831 37 



45 



February 1, 1854, to February 1, 1855, with the City of Roxbury, Cr. 



By Cash paid Salaries of School Teachers #18,920 29 

" " Contingent Expenses of Schools 6,046 81 

" Fuel for Schools 2,317 59 

" Roxbury Grammar School 3,000 00 

" " New School-house and land, Sudbury Street . 9,645 02 

" " JNew School-house and land, Gore Avenue . 15,165 50 

" " Alteration of School-house, Yeoman Street, . 1,669 00 

" " Alteration for High School for Girls ... 323 40 

" " Support of Poor 

" " Firemen 5,700 02 

" " Contingent Expenses of Fire Department . . 2,981 82 

" " City Debt and Interest 29,619 72 

" " Interest on Overdrafts 387 50 

" " Watch and Police 

" " Salaries of City Officers 

" " Repairs of Highways, Bridges and Sidewalks .... 

" " Lamps 

" " Repairs on City Hall 

" " Discount on Taxes of 4 per cent, (on taxes paid prior to 

Oct. 1) 

" " Abatement of Taxes 

" " Militia 

" " State Tax 

" " County Tax 

" " Contingent Expenses 

By Balance in the Treasury 



#57,087 61 
11,258 41 



8,681 84 



30,007 22 
5,370 68 
4,443 75 

18,608 96 

2,592 75 

801 93 

3,503 64 
1,899 96 
411 50 
6,612 00 
15.377 40 
6,752 86 


#173,410 51 
19,423 86 



#192,834 37 



JOSEPH W. DUDLEY, City Treasurer. 



Roxbury, Feb. 19, 1855. 



City of Eoxbury, February 19, 1855. 

The undersigned, Joint Standing Committee on Accounts, in pursuance of 
the provisions of the eighth section of the Ordinance entitled " An Ordinance 
establishing a system of Accountability in the Expenditures of the City," requir- 
ing them to audit the Account of the City Treasurer at the close of each munici- 
pal year, and as much oftener as they may deem expedient, hereby certify that we 
have examined and audited the within account of Joseph W. Dudley, City 
Treasurer, and find the same correctly cast ; and all payments and expenditures 
therein charged against the City are sustained by the necessary vouchers. 

We find that there has been received into the Treasury, at sundiy times within 
the year ending January 31, 1855, the sum of one hundred seventy-nine thousand 
seven hundred ninety-eight and 48-100 dollars, which with the balance on hand Jan- 
uary 31, 1854, of thirteen thousand thirty-Jive and 89-100 dollars, makes a total re- 
ceipt for the year of one hundred ninety-two thousand eight hundred thirty-four and 
37-1 00 dollars ; and that there has been paid out from the Treasury, during the same 
period, the sum of one hundred seventy -three thousand four hundred ten and 51-100 
dollars ; leaving in the Treasury, January 31, 1855, a balance of nineteen thousand 
four hundred twenty-three and 86-100 dollars. 



CHAELES BUNKEE, 
CALVIN B. EAUNCE, 
JAS. W. CUSHING, 
E. W. BUMSTEAD, 
C. I. GOEHAM, 



Committee 

on 
Accounts. 



In Common Council, February 19, 1855. 
Eeport read, accepted and sent up for concurrence. 

JOSHUA SEAVEE, Clerk. 

In Board oe Aldermen, February 19, 1855. 
Concurred. 

JOSEPH W. TUCKEE, City Clerk. 



47 



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City of Roxbury, February 19, 1855. 

/ 

The undersigned, Joint Standing Committee on Accounts, in pursuance of 
the provisions of the eighth section of the Ordinance entitled " An Ordinance 
establishing a system of Accountability in the Expenditures of the City," requir- 
ing them to audit the Account of the City Treasurer at the close of each munici- 
pal year, and as much oftener as they may deem expedient, hereby certify that we 
have examined and audited the within Account of Joseph W. Dudley, City 
Treasurer, in account with the Commissioners of Forest Hills Cemetery, and find 
the same correctly cast, and all payments and expenditures therein charged against 
the Commissioners, ai-e sustained by the necessary vouchers. 

We find that there has been received into the Treasury on account of the 
Cemetery at sundry times within the year ending January 31, 1855, the sum of 
twenty-Jive thousand Jive hundred thirteen and 99-100 dollars, which with the balance 
on hand, January 31, 1854, of sixteen hundred sixty-one and 72-100 dollars, makes a 
total receipt of the year of twenty-seven thousand one hundred seventy-Jive and 71-100 
dollars ; and there has been paid from the Treasury during the same period, on 
the order of the Commissioners, the sum of twenty-six thousand one hundred ninety- 
three and 29-100 dollars, leaving a balance in the Treasury, January 31, 1855, of 
nine hundred eighty-two and 42-100 dollars. 



CHARLES BUNKER, 
CALVIN B. FAUNCE, 
JAS. W. CUSHING, 
E. W. BUMSTEAD, 
C. I. GORHAM. 



Committee 

on 
Accounts. 



In Common Council, February 19, 1855. 
Report read, accepted and sent up for concurrence. 

JOSHUA SEAVER, Clerk. 

In Board of Aldermen, February 19, 1855. 
Concurred. 

JOSEPH W. TUCKER, City Cleric. 



49 



REAL ESTATE OWNED BY THE CITY. 



The City Hall (of brick) and land 

The Almshouse (of brick) and land, about 1 1 acres . 
The Munroe Land, between Walnut and Warren Streets, 

The City Wharf at Point 

Dwelling-house and land on Washington Street 

Land on Warren Place, 28,341 feet 

The Brook Farm and Almshouse, situated in West Roxbury, 202 acres 
Land, corner of Washington and Heath Streets, 8 3-4 acres 

Stony Brook Lands . . 

Land, Centre Street, near Hog Bridge 

Dudley School-house (of stone) and land, Kenilworth Street . . } 

Dudley School-house (of brick) and land Bartlett Street ... J 

Washington School-house (of brick) and land, Washington Street 

Dearborn School-house (of brick) and land, 23.000 feet, near Davis Street 

Unfinished School-house (of brick) and land, 20,000 feet, Gore Avenue 

School-house and land, 15,000 feet, Sudbury Street . 

School-house and land, Yeoman Street, Nos. 1 and 2 

School-house and land,Eustis Street, 

School-house and land, Sumner Street, 

School-house and land, Vernon Street, 

Land in Oxford Street .... 

School-house and land, Avon Place, 

School-house, Mill Dam, 

School-house and land, Smith Street, 

School-house and land, Orange Street, 

School-house and land, Centre Street, 

School-house and land, Centre Street, 

School-house and land, Edinboro' Street, 

School-house and land, Elm Street, 

School-house and land, Monroe Street, 

School-house and land, Francis Street, 

Engine-house and land, No. 1, Dudley Street 

Engine-house and land, (brick,) No. 2, Centre Street 

Engine-house and land, No. 3, Centre, near Perkins Street, connected with 

No 20 Primary School— valued in School No. 20 
Engine-house, No. 6, Eustis Street .... 
Engine-house, (no land,) No. 7, Ruggles Street . 
Engine-house and land for Hose Co., near Wait's Mill 
Forest Hills Cemetery, (situated in West Roxbury,) about 

valued ...... 

Cemetery on Eustis Street — not valued 

Cemetery on Warren Street — not valued 

The Flats, 72 acres and one quarter, in the dry basin — not valued 



Nos. 


3 and 4 


Nos 


5 and 6 


Nos. 


7 and 8 


Nos. 


1 1 and 12* 


No. 


13 . 


Nos. 


14 and 15 


Nos 


16 and 17 


Nos. 


18 and 19 


No. 


20 . 


Nos 


21 and 22 


Nos 


23 and 24 


No. 


25 . 


No. 


26 . 



104 



12,000 00 


30,000 00 


20,000 00 


15,000 00 


2,500 00 


7,000 00 


35,000 00 


14,263 70 


25.000 00 


400 00 


14,000 00 


14,000 00 


20,000 00 


15,165 50 


10,000 00 


4,000 00 


4,000 00 


1,000 00 


5,000 00 


1,000 00 


3,500 00 


GOO 00 


3,000 00 


2,600 00 


1,400 00 


800 00 


3,000 00 


3,000 00 


3,500 00 


3,800 00 


1,000 00 


2,000 00 


800 00 


500 00 


700 00 



#279,529 20 



Note. — The City Lands in the dry basin of the Boston and Roxbury Mill Corpora- 
tion were not valued by the Committee on Public Property. There are 72 acres and 
one quarter. The valuation of the Real Estate belonging to the City is a nominal one. 



50 



PERSONAL PROPERTY BELONGING TO THE CITY.* 

The Furniture in the City Hall, Mayor and Aldermen's Room, Common Council 
Room, City Clerk's and City Treasurer's Offices j in the several School-houses and 
Watch-houses. 

Iu charge of the Chief Engineer — 

5 Fire Engines, 

6 Hose Carriages, , 
3,650 Feet of Leading Hose, 

169 Feet of Suction Hose, 

9 Ladders, 

1 Ladder Carriage, 

6 Fire Hooks, 
48 Buckets, 

12 Axes and other Apparatus, and Furniture, 
30 Reservoirs, 

6 Hydrants on Mount Warren, 

4 Hydrants along line Cochituate water pipes. 

In charge of the Commissioner of Streets — 

4 Horses, 

5 Cart Harnesses, 

6 One- Horse Carts, 
] Two- Horse Cart, 

1 Horse Sled, 

2 Chain Harnesses, 
9 Pickaxes, 



In charge of the Superintendent of the Alms 
Stock and Utensils at Alms-house. 
5 Horses, 
2 Oxen, 

2 Cows, 
98 Hogs, 

3 Horse Wagons and Harnesses, 
1 Wagon for Wight Soil, 

1 Horse Wagon, 
1 Horse Cart, 

1 Ox Wagon, 

2 Ox Carts, 

1 Horse Sled, 

2 Drags, 

Ploughs, Harrows, Cultivator, Stone 
Hammers, Iron Bars, Drills, Drilling 
Tools, Chains, Yokes, Forks and 
other Tools. 



24 Stone Hammers, 
18 Shovels and Hoes, 
5 Crowbars, 
Sets of Drilling Tools, 

1 Set of Carpenter's Tools, 

2 Stone Drags, 
2 Ox Chains. 

-house — 

Produce raised on the Farm. 
120 tons Hay, 

25 tons Carrots, 

10 tons Rye Straw, 
225 bushels Corn, 
300 bushels Potatoes, 
200 bushels Rye, 
150 bushels Turnips, 

40 bushels Parsnips and Beets, 

10 bushels Onions, 

25 barrels Apples, 
800 heads Cabbages, 
22,000 lbs. Pork, 
700 gallons Milk, 

Garden Vegetables. 



Furniture, Beds and Bedding. 
25 Bedsteads and Bunks, 60 Pillow Cases, 

25 Under Beds, 60 Sheets, 

25 Feather Beds, 60 Bed Spreads, 

60 Pillows, 55 Counterpanes. 

Blankets and other articles of Bedding in sufficient quantities. 

In charge of the Undertaker — 
2 Hearses. 

In charge of Weigher of Hay — 
1 Scale. 

In charge of the Lamp-lighters — 
Gas and Oil Lamps. 



The value of the Personal Property of the City was not ascertained by the Committee. 



51 



REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF HIGHWAYS. 



The undersigned, Commissioner of Highways, would respectfully submit the fol- 
lowing Report of the expenses on Side, Crosswalks and Streets, from February 
1, 1854, to February 1, 1855, inclusive. 



Amount of expenses on Washington Street . . 
" " side and crosswalks on do. 



Chestnut Street . . . 
side and crosswalks on do 



Vine Street .... 
side and crosswalks on do. 



Elm Street .... 
side and crosswalks on do. 

Dudley Street, and drain 
side and crosswalks on do. 



Greenville Street . . . 
side and crosswalks, on do 



Bartlett Street . . . 
side and crosswalks on do. 



Warren Street . . . 
side and crosswalks on do. 



Cabot Street .... 
side and crosswalks on do. 



Tremont Street . . . 
side and crosswalks on do 



Vernon Street . . . 
side and crosswalks on do 



Auburn Street . . . 
side and crosswalks on do. 



Ruggles Street . . . 
side and crosswalks on do. 



Water Street .... 
side and crosswalks on do 



Centre Street .... 
side and crosswalks on do. 

Highland Street . . # . 
side and crosswalks on 'do. 



Amount carried forward, 



$3,458 50 
1,024 70 



928 


77 


219 


23 


203 


00 


129 


26 


272 


78 


100 


00 


1,051 


19 


532 


77 


54 


00 


42 


28 


187 


00 


76 


10 


604 


08 


36 


36 


87 


03 


10 


00 


1,256 


38 


30 


00 


258 


55 


194 


55 


757 


81 


317 


40 


37 


00 


73 


47 


1,893 


12 


85 


16 


130 


00 


276 


31 



458 02 
138 84 



$4,483 20 

1,148 00 

332 26 

372 78 

1,583 96 

96 28 
263 10 
640 44 

97 03 
1,286 38 

453 10 
1,075 21 

110 47 
1,978 28 

406 31 

596 86 
$14,923 66 



52 



REPORT ON HIGHWAYS— Continued. 



Amount brought forward, 
Amount of expenses on Walnut Street 



side and crosswalks on do. 



210 00 
5 72 



Norfolk Avenue and Bridge . . . 

Lowell Street 

School Street 

Heath Street 

Plymouth Street . 

Grove Hall Avenue 

Davis Street 

Oxford Street 

side and crosswalks on Eustis Street 
" " Sudhury Street 

" " Zeigler Street 

" " East Street . 



sweeping Streets 

shovelling snow 

work around School-houses, haying &c. 



$14,923 66 



215 72 
1,107 61 

511 00 

225 00 

228 00 
75 00 

157 00 
53 00 

105 00 
63 51 
59 82 
4 64 
20 00 
40 00 
20 00 

800 00 

$18,608 96 



Amount of edge stones set and reset, 
" paving gutters and street, 

"- brick sidewalk, 
" hlock stone crosswalk, . 



10,224 feet. 
8,338 yards. 
1,832 yards. 
1,497 yards. 



All of which is respectfully submitted, 



JOHN R. HOWAED, 

Commissioner of Highways. 



REPORT 

OF THE 

OVERSEERS OE THE POOR 



City of Roxbury, February 26, 1855. 
The Overseers of the Poor of the City of Roxbury, respectfully 
submit the following 

REPORT: 

For the year ending with the 31st ult., the Receipts and 
Expenditures, for the support of the Poor of the City, have been 
as follows : 

RECEIPTS FOR THE SUPPORT OF POOR FROM FEBRU- 
ARY 1, 1854, TO FEBRUARY 1, 1855 ; 

Balance undrawn Feb. 1, 1854, . . $29 55 

Received from the Commonwealth from 
Pauper Account, which, after deduct- 
ing appropriation of $2,000, Dec. 26, 
1853, leaves a balance of ... . 190 92 

Additional appropriation, April, 1854, 2,872 73 

Received from West Roxbury, for sup- 
port of Paupers, 623 61 

Received from other towns and indi- 
viduals for support of Paupers, . . 102 50 

Received from I. H. Meserve, for sale 

of bedding, 180 50 . 

Received from Ezra Young, for sale of 

produce at Brook Farm, .... 2,384 67 

Annual appropriation, 3,000 00 

Transferred from Contingent Expenses, 

1854-55, 2,000 00 

$11,384 48 

EXPENDITURES. 

For support of Poor, 11,258 41 

For balance unexpended, .... 126 07 

„ $11,384 48 



54 

It is proper to remark, that the foregoing charge of more than 
$11,000 for the support of poor, includes all the expenses for 
improving Brook Farm and carrying on farming operations for the 
year. By vote of the City Council, the paupers will be remov- 
ed to the Highland Street Almshouse as soon as practicable. In 
view of the diminished number in the house, and the greater 
economy of supporting them at the proposed location, the Board 
are of the opinion that an appropriation of $3,000 will be suffi- 
cient for this Department, for the ensuing year. 

The Superintendent and Physician have discharged their seve- 
eral duties, to the acceptance of the Board. Their Reports, giv- 
ing a detailed account of matters relating to the Department of 
the Poor, are herewith submitted. 

JAMES RITCHIE, 

Mayor, and Ex-officio Chairman of the 

Board of Overseers of the Poor. 



In Board of Aldermen, Feb. 26, 1855. 

Report referred to the Committee on Accounts, with instruc- 
tions to cause the same to be printed and distributed with the 
Annual Report of Receipts and Expenditures of the City. 

Sent down for concurrence. 

JOSEPH W. TUCKER, City Clerk. 

In Common Council, Feb. 26, 1855. 
Concurred. 

JOSHUA SEAVER, Cleric. 



REPORT 



OF THE 



SUPERINTENDENT OE THE ALMSHOUSE. 



Brook Farm, January 29, 1855. 

To the Overseers of the Poor of the City of Roxbury : 

Gentlemen, — It again becomes my duty to present to you 
my Annual Report of the Almshouse. I beg leave to present the 
following statement. 



The number of inmates in the House at the commencement of 

the year, was . . . . 
Admitted during the year, ....... 



Total, 



Discharged, 
Died, 



Now in the house, 
Births, 
Average number, 



261 
6 



175 
117 

292 



267 

25 
6 

52 



STOCK AND UTENSILS. 



Horses, .... 
Oxen, .... 
Cows, .... 
Hogs, .... 
Horse-wagons, with Harnesses, 
Horse and Ox-wagons, one each, 
One Horse and two Ox-carts, 
One Sled for Horses, 



5 
2 
2 
100 
2 
2 
3 
1 



Three Ploughs, one Harrow, two Cultivators, one Hay-cutter, Stone 
Drags, Iron Bars, Chains, Yokes, &c. 



56 



FURNITURE IN THE HOUSE. 

Bedsteads and Bunks, ....... 40 

Feather Beds, 25 

Under Beds, . . . ... . . . 25 

Pillows, 100 

Pillow-cases, ......... 60 

Sheets, 60 

Bed-spreads, ......... 60 

Counterpanes, ......... 50 

Blankets, and other Bedding in sufficient quantities. 

N. B. After the moving of the State Paupers from our Almshouse, 
I sold a lot of the bedding to Mr. Meserve, for the use of State Alms- 
house at Tewksbury. 



PRODUCE RAISED ON THE FARM 

Hay, 

Carrots, 
Rye Straw, 
Corn, 

Rye, 

Potatoes, . 

Turnips, 

Cabbages and other vegetables 

the use of the house. 
Milk, . . . • . 
Pork, raised and killed, 

N. B. Forty tons of the Hay was sold standing in the field. The 
remainder, with the Barn, two hundred bushels of Rye, ten tons of Rye 
Straw, three Horses, three Oxen, one Cow and Calf, and all the small 
Farming Utensils, were totally destroyed by fire on the night of Au- 
gust 8th, 1854. 



aised in abundance for 



. 120 tons. 


. 25 


cc 


. 10 


a 


. 225 bush. 


. 200 


£ £ 


. 350 


<< 


. 200 
r 


(I 


. 700 


galls. 


22,000 


lbs. 



The grounds cultivated, produce very well, considering the 
drought we had during the months of July and August. 

I planted three acres to corn, three to potatoes, and three to 
carrots and other vegetables. 

The farm is in a good state of cultivation. I sowed six acres 
to grass-seed the past Fall, with the ground in a good condition for 
a crop. I also sowed six acres to rye and grass-seed. I think, 
if the City does continue to work the Farm, they will find it very 
necessary to build a Barn as early in the Spring as possible. 

There is a large quantity of good Manure on hand, ready for 
use in Spring ; there is also a large lot of vegetable Muck, that 
was taken from the meadow the past Fall, ready for use. 



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I have also prepared most of the ground for planting next 
Spring. The most of the work done on the Farm the past sea- 
son, has been done by men hired, as not many of the inmates 
are able to labor much. 

The Physician, Dr. Allen, has attended to his duties faithfully, 
and with good results. I have always found him ready at any 
time, by day or night, to come to the relief of the sick and suffer- 
ing, and attend to them personally until they were relieved. 

For a further statement of the Medical Department, please see 
' Physician's Report. 

Respectfully snbmitted, 

Ezra Young, 
Superintendent of Almshouse. 



REPORT 



OF THE 



PHYSICIAN TO THE ALMSHOUSE. 



To the Overseers of the Poor of the City of Roxbury : 

Gentlemen, — The undersigned respectfully submits the follow- 
ing Report of the Sickness at the Almshouse the past year, to 
date. 

Recovered and discharged, ..... 
Now under treatment, ..... 

Died, . . . . . 



73 
3 
6 



82 



The following is a summary of the diseases that have been 
under treatment during the year : 



Typhus, or Ship Fever, . 
Typhoid " . • 
Lung " 
Disease of the Bowels, 








8 
9 
2 
3 


" Eyes and Ear, 
Childbirths, . 








13 

6 


Consumption, 








1 


Insane, 








2 


Croup, 

Small Pox and Varioloid, 








2 
12 


Various Diseases, 








24 



Whole number admitted, 



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From the first of February to the first of May, when the foreign 
paupers were removed to the State Almshouse, there had been 
forty-two persons under medical treatment ; and since that time, 
there have been forty persons under treatment. In June, there 
were eight persons came from this City to the House sick with 
ship fever. There have been six cases of typhoid fever in the 



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House, and twelve cases of small pox and varioloid ; the others 
have been of various diseases. Since the City caused the sick 
State paupers to be removed to the State Almshouse, the duties 
of the Physician have been greatly increased. In the City, the 
most of the persons applying for relief have been visited by the 
Physician, and if unable to be removed, they have been attended 
to until sufficiently recovered to be removed to the State Alms- 
house, or able to take care of themselves. During the contagious 
and infectious diseases at the Almshouse, the Superintendent and 
wife have given their personal attendance, and rendered every 
assistance to those under their care to make them comfortable, and 
every precaution to prevent and intercept the further spread of 
the disease now in the House. 

With respect, Gentlemen, 

I remain your obedient servant, 

% Ira Allen, 
Physician to the Almshouse. 



REPORT 



OF THE 



COMMISSIONERS OF FOREST HILLS CEMETERY. 



The Commissioners of Forest Hills Cemetery, in conformity to 
the fifth section of " An Act relative to a Public Cemetery in 
the City of Roxbury," respectfully submit their 

SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT. 

In consequence of the demand for lots in the Cemetery during 
the year ending January 31st, 1854, as mentioned in our last 
Report, there were at the commencement of the last year no fin- 
ished lots on hand for sale. It was therefore deemed important 
by the Commissioners that the number of laborers should be in- 
creased, and the work of trenching and preparing lots should be 
urged forward. This was accordingly done ; so that as early in 
the Spring as the season would permit, some fifty or sixty lots 
were finished for use. And yet the demand kept in advance of 
the work, so that most of the lots were sold before they were com- 
pleted. To meet this continued call for lots, and to carry forward 
the improvements in the Cemetery previously commenced, has 
required a larger number of workmen than has been employed in 
any previous year. The average number of laborers employed 
during the year has been about fifty. 

In this time one hundred and forty-one lots have been graded, 
and finished with stone posts and sodding, and the borders planted 
with trees and shrubs. Of this number one hundred and twenty- 



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seven, averaging 324J feet each, have been sold ; leaving fourteen 
lots unsold to supply the demand till others can be prepared. 

Sixty other lots have been trenched and put in readiness to be 
finished at the opening of the Spring. 

In the Field of Machpelah 150 Graves have been trenched, 
finished and numbered ; the number of each being placed upon a 
piece of flag-stone at the end of the grave next to the path ; — 115 
have been sold, and there are 100 finished graves on hand for 
sale, towards supplying the demand for the coming year. 

A good degree of progress has been made the last season in 
the grading and improvement of Avenues and Paths. The 
loam has been removed from 1,540 feet of the Avenues and 1,500 
feet of the Paths, and the same thoroughly relaid with stone and 
gravel. This, added to what had been previously done, makes the 
whole extent of Avenues and Paths, completed in this durable 
manner, as follows, viz., Avenues, 1| miles and 57 rods ; Paths, 
more than 2| miles. 

During the very dry season of the last summer, Lake Hibiscus 
was enlarged 20,000 square feet by excavation. The material 
removed from the Lake was employed to grade lots which were 
trenched and prepared to receive it. 

Another Island has been formed in the Lake, called " Swan 
Island," which is 240 feet in circumference, and a substantial 
wall built around it. The wall on the border of the Lake also 
has been extended 120 feet. 

The Commissioners have the satisfaction also to report a gene- 
ral progress in the improvements of the Cemetery, in the erection 
of Monuments and enclosing of lots by substantial and tasteful 
fences. 

Thirty-five Monuments have been erected, varying in cost from 
$100 to $1,200 each ; besides which, Monumental Scrolls and 
Slabs have been placed in private lots. 

Sixty-three lots have been enclosed with iron fences, and twelve 
with hedges. 

Seven family tombs have been constructed, at a cost varying 
from $150 to $550 each. 

The whole number of interments made during the year in pri- 
vate lots and in the Field of Machpelah, was 365. 

The Commissioners during the year have reduced the face of 
the notes given by the City for the purchase of land for the Cem- 
etery, by the payment of $2,000 of the principal, which, added to 
the sum of $8,894.67, before paid, amounts to $10,894.67. The 
unpaid notes, given by the City for Cemetery grounds, now 
amount to the sum of $26,000. 



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The Commissioners have for a long time been subjected to great 
inconvenience and expense, which necessarily increased with the 
increase of laborers in the Cemetery, by being obliged to send 
their drills and picks a long distance to be properly sharpened. 
This evil they resolved to remedy by erecting a blacksmith's shop 
on the most southerly corner of the Cemetery grounds, near Can- 
terbury Street, for which a contract was made more than a year 
since. This building has been erected at a cost, including the 
foundation and some necessary tools, of about $800. 

The removal of the Barn and Shed to a central and convenient 
location, and fitting them up for use, as mentioned in our last Re- 
port, was effected at a cost of $314. Both of these sums have 
been paid the last year. 



KECEIPTS. 

Balance unexpended, February 1, 1854, . 
Received for lots and graves, ..... 
" " grading lots, stone posts, wood and hay, 



EXPENDITURES. 

Paid for labor on avenues, paths and lots, 
J. Parkinson's notes, as principal, 
interest on notes, . . . ... 

Charles Hardwick, Jr. & Co., for stone posts 

being balance of bill of 1853, 
Charles Hardwick, Jr. & Co., for stone posts for 

1854, 

Joseph W. Tucker, expenses for collecting, and 

bills paid, ...... 

To Daniel Brims, services as Superintendent, and 

for teams, ..... 

Daniel Brims, for cash paid small bills, 
Daniel Brims, Jr., for use of oxen, 
J. Lambert, for teaming, 
John M. Hewes, for printing Report, 
West Roxbury tax, .... 

John D'Neif, for iron work, 
Nelson Curtis, for bricks, cement and labor, 
J. T. Ellis & Co., for powder and cement, 
Baldwin & Emerson, for covering stone, . 
West Castleton Slate Company 
T. D. Mulry, for stone posts, 
L. & D. A. Hodgdon, for removing barn and re 

pairing the same, .... 

Amount carried forward . 



$1,661 72 
11,138 75 
14,375 24 



$27,175 71 


$13,315 


99 


2,000 


00 


1,680 


00 


181 


62 


1,600 


00 


350 


00 


2,600 


00 


83 


99 


60 


00 


43 


50 


50 


00 


45 


53 


516 


78 


916 


00 


606 


89 


216 


86 


158 


17 


44 


00 


314 


19 



$24,783 52 



63 



Amount hr ought forward, 
Paid L. & D. A. Hodgdon, for building blacksmith' 
shop and materials, .... 

" L. & D. A. Hodgdon, for sundry repairs and 
boxes, ..... 

" S. May & Co., for blacksmith's tools, 

" U. T. Brownell, for painting, . 

" R. H. Wiswall, for signs, 

" S. H. Hatch, for roses, shrubs and plants 

" Evers & Bock, 

" Curtis & Lincoln, for plants, 

" Parker, White & Gannett, wheelbarrows & tools 

" S. Walker, for trees, 

" Alvah Kittredge, for trees, 

" J. Parkinson, " 

" N. Weld, for sand, . . * 

" A. Duncan, for tinning gate-way, 

" R. C. Campbell, for fixing pump, 
Balance to new account, 



. $24,783,52 


565 

r 1 


00 


36 


99 


79 


07 


57 


12 


6 


25 


251 


80 


20 


50 


13 25 


3, 93 


09 


101 


75 


12 


00 


117 45 


18 


25 


34 


50 


2 75 


982 42 


$27,175 71 



The Commissioners feel constrained, no less than in past years, 
to notice the increasing evidence of a wider and deeper interest 
in the enterprise committed to their supervision and trust. This 
interest is the witness of two important facts. One is the natural 
beauty and attractiveness of the grounds now known as " Forest 
Hills Cemetery." Under the industrious care of our efficient Su- 
perintendent, Mr. Brims, the beauties of this spot are annually 
developing, and his tasteful hand gradually embellishes and ren- 
ders it lovely as the resting-place of the dead ; while its springing 
flowers and shady walks, embosoming the still precious dust and 
hallowing the slumbers of the departed, can hardly fail to prove a 
kindly monitor of that immortality of which the sleeping shall be 
partakers. 

And it is a significant and monitory fact, that its annually mul- 
tiplying tenantry are giving to it, with every passing year, an 
interest in new hearts and new homes, as well as a firmer hold 
upon those already accustomed to its solemn teachings. It is the 
witness of the steady inroads which the " mighty conqueror of all" 
is making among and around us ; bringing sad hearts with increas- 
ing frequency to drop their tribute of remembrance and affection 
at the grave of " them that sleep ; " and thus giving to " Forest 
Hills Cemetery" a hallowed place among the tenderest associa- 
tions of many a domestic circle. 



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In closing their Report, the Commissioners would express their 
indebtedness to J. W. Dudley, City Treasurer, and J. W. Tucker, 
City Clerk, for the faithful discharge of their respective duties, by 
which the aims of the Commissioners have been greatly promoted. 

ALVAH KITTREDGE, 

Chairman of the Commissioners of 

Forest Sills Cemetery. 
February 19, 1855. 



In Board of Aldermen, February 19, 1855. 
Referred to the Committee on Accounts, with instructions to cause the 
same to be printed and distributed with the Annual Report of Receipts and 
Expenditures of the City of Boxbury. 

Sent down for concurrence. 

JOSEPH W. TUCKER, City Clerk. 



In Common Council, February 19, 1855. 
Concurred. 

JOSHUA SEAVER, Clerk. 



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AN AC T 

In addition to An Act relating to a Public Cemetery in the City of 

Roxbury. 

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives, in Gene- 
ral Court assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows : 

Sect. 1. The board of commissioners of the rural cemetery in Roxbury, 
elected by the city council, pursuant to an act approved March 24, 1848, 
are authorized to take and hold any grant, donation or bequest of prop- 
erty, upon trust, to apply the same, or the income thereof, for the im- 
provement or embellishment of the said cemetery, or for the erection, 
repair, preservation or renewal of any monument, fence or other erection, 
or for the planting and cultivation of trees, shrubs or plants, in or around 
any lot, or for improving the said premises in any other manner or form, 
consistent with the purposes for which said cemetery is established, ac- 
cording to the terms of such grant, donation or bequest. And whenever 
any such grant, donation or bequest, or any deposit shall be made by 
the proprietor of any lot in said cemetery, for the annual repair, preser- 
vation or embellishment of such lot and the erections thereon, the said 
commissioners may give to such proprietor, or his representative, an 
agreement or obligation, in such form and upon such terms and condi- 
tions as they may establish, binding themselves and their successors to 
preserve and keep in repair said lot forever, or for such period as may 
be agreed upon. 

Sect. 2. Any sums of money, so received by said commissioners, 
shall be invested by the city treasurer of Roxbury, under the direction 
of said commissioners, in public stocks or mortgages of real estate, and 
all such property, received under the provisions of the foregoing section 
(unless other provision is made by the terms of any such grant, dona- 
tion or bequest) , shall be made under the charge of said city treasurer, 
but shall always remain separate from and independent of any other 
moneys or property belonging to the city of Roxbury, and free from the 
control of the city council. And the income of such fund, or funds, 
shall be received by said treasurer, subject to the order of said commis- 
sioners, and shall be appropriated by them in such manner as shall, in 
their opinion, best promote the purposes for which said grants, dona- 
tions, bequests or deposits are made. 

Sect. 3. The city of Roxbury shall be responsible for the good faith 
of said commissioners, and the treasurer of said city, in the execution of 
any trust which they may assume pursuant to the foregoing provisions. 
But said commissioners shall not be liable to make any renewal or 
reconstruction of any monument, or other erection on any lots in said 
cemetery, unless such liability shall be expressed in the agreement given 
by them as aforesaid, or in the terms and conditions under which they 
accept any grant, donation or bequest. 

Sect. 4. This act shall be void, unless the city council of Roxbury 
shall accept the same, at a meeting of said council called for that pur- 
pose, within thirty days after its passage. 

Sect. 5. This act shall take effect from and after its passage. [Pass- 
ed Feb. 25, 1852. [Accepted by the City Council, March 8, 1852.] 
9 



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AN ORDINANCE 

Prescribing the form of Deeds to be executed for the Conveyance of 
Lots in Forest Hills Cemetery. 

Whereas, the Commissioners of the Forest Hills Cemetery have pre- 
pared a form for the conveyance of lots in said cemetery, hereinafter set 
forth, and have advised that the same be approved and adopted by the 
city council, therefore 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Hoxbury, 
as follows : 

Sect. 1. The form of the deeds to be executed for the conveyance of 
lots in Forest Hills Cemetery, by the commissioners of said cemetery, 
shall be as follows, viz. : 

Know all Men by these Presents, That the city of Roxbury, in 
the county of Norfolk and commonwealth of Massachusetts, in consider- 
ation of dollars, paid to it by , the receipt whereof is 

hereby acknowledged, doth hereby grant, bargain, sell, and convey to 
the said , heirs and assigns, one lot of land in the rural ceme- 
tery in said Roxbury, called the Forest Hills Cemetery, situated on the 

way called , and the sole and exclusive right of burial of the 

dead therein : The said granted lot contains superficial square 

feet, and is numbered on the plan of said cemetery, which is in 

the possession of the board of commissioners having the care, superin- 
tendence and management thereof, and may be inspected by the said 
grantee, his heirs and assigns, at all reasonable times. To have and to 

hold the aforegranted premises unto the said , heirs and 

assigns forever ; but subject to the restrictions, limitations and condi- 
tions, and with the privileges following, viz. : 

First. That the proprietors of the said lot shall have the right to en- 
close the same with a wall or fence, not exceeding one foot in thickness, 
which may be placed on the adjoining land of the said city, exterior to 
the said lot. 

Second. That the said lot shall not be used for any other purpose 
than as a place of burial for the dead ; and no trees within the lot or 
border shall be cut down or destroyed, without the consent of the said 
commissioners. 

Third. That the proprietors of said lot shall have the right to erect 
monuments, cenotaphs, or stones, commemorative of the dead ; or to 
cultivate trees, shrubs or plants in the same. 



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Fourth. That the proprietor of said lot shall erect, at his own ex- 
pense, suitable landmarks of stone or iron at the corners thereof, and 
shall cause the number thereof to be legibly and permanently marked 
on the premises ; and if the proprietor shall omit for thirty days after 
notice to erect such landmarks and to mark the number, the commis- 
sioners shall have authority to cause the same to be done at the expense 
of said proprietor. 

Fifth. That if any trees or shrubs in said lot shall become in any 
way detrimental to the adjacent lots or avenues, or dangerous or incon- 
venient, it shall be the duty of said commissioners for the time being, to 
enter into said lot and remove said trees or shrubs, or such parts there- 
of as are thus detrimental, dangerous or inconvenient. 

Sixth. That if any monument, or effigy, cenotaph, or other structure 
whatever, or any inscription, be placed in or upon the said lot, which 
shall be determined by a majority of the said commissioners for the time 
being, to be offensive or improper, the said commissioners, or a majority 
of them, shall have the right and it shall be their duty to enter upon 
said lot and remove said offensive or improper object or objects. 

Seventh. No fence shall, at any time, be erected or placed in or 
around said lot, the materials or design of which shall not first have 
been approved by said commissioners, or a committee of them. 

Eighth. No tomb shall be constructed or allowed within the bounds 
of the cemetery, unless by special permission of the said board of com- 
missioners, and in such places and in such manner as the commissioners 
shall direct. And no proprietor shall suffer the remains of any person 
to be deposited within the bounds of his lot for hire. 

Ninth. The said lot shall be indivisible ; and upon the death of the 
grantee, the devisee of said lot, or the heir at law, shall be entitled to 
all the privileges of the original grantee ; and if there be more than one 
devise or heir at law, the said board of commissioners shall designate 
which of said devisees or heirs at law shall then exercise the right of 
using said lot, which designation shall continue in force until by death 
or removal, or other sufficient cause, another designation shall become 
necessary ; and in making such designation said commissioners shall, as 
far as they conveniently may, give the preference to males over females, 
and to proximity of blood and priority of age ; having due regard, how- 
ever, to proximity of residence. 

Tenth. The said lot shall be holclen subject to all by-laws, rules and 
regulations made and to be made by the said board of commissioners, in 
pursuance of authority granted to them in and by any act or acts of the 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

And the said city of Roxbury hereby covenants to and with the said 
heirs and assigns, that the said city is lawfully seized in fee 



simple of the aforegranted premises, and of the ways leading to the 
same from the highway, that the granted premises are free from all in- 
cumbrances, that the said city hath good right to sell and convey the 



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same to the said , in the manner and for the purposes afore- 
said, and will warrant and defend the same unto the said , 

heirs and assigns forever. 

In witness whereof, the said City of Roxbury hath caused these 

presents to be signed by , the chairman of the said board 

of commissioners, to be countersigned by , their secretary, 

and , the treasurer of the said city, and to be sealed with its 

common seal, this day of , in the year of our Lord eighteen 

hundred and . 

Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of . 

, Chairman. 

Countersigned, , Secretary. 

, City Treasurer. 



City of Roxbury. City Clerk's Office, , 18 — . 

I hereby certify, that the foregoing deed has been received, entered, 
and recorded in this office, in the book provided for the purpose, being 
book No. — , and page No. — . 

, City Clerk. 

Sect. 2. All deeds executed in conformity to the preceding section, 
shall be signed by the chairman of the board of commissioners of Forest 
Hills Cemetery, and countersigned by their secretary and the city treas- 
urer, and shall have the city seal affixed thereto. 

Sect. 3. Said deeds shall be recorded by the city clerk, in a book 
provided for that purpose, and to be kept in his office. 

Sect. 4. This ordinance shall take effect from and after its passage. 
[Passed Jan. 22, 1849.] 



DIRECTORY 



AVENUES AND PATHS 



IN 



FOREST HILLS CEMETERY. 



AVENUES. 

ASPEN leads from White Oak to Willow avenue. 

BEECH leads from Canterbury street gate to Lake Dell 
avenue. 

CEDAR leads from Rock Maple to Elm avenue. 

CHERRY leads from Willow to White Oak avenue. 

CHESTNUT leads from Egyptian gate to Rock Maple avenue. 

CYPRESS leads from Beech to Larch avenue. 

ELM leads from Fountain avenue to Canterbury street gate. 

FOUNTAIN leads from Juniper to Rock Maple and Willow 
avenue. 

HEMLOCK leads from White Oak to Fountain avenue. 

JUNIPER leads from Cherry to Fountain avenue. 

LAKE DELL leads from Fountain round Lake Hibiscis to 
Elm avenue. 

LARCH leads from Fountain avenue to Cypress hill. 

LINDEN leads from Mount Warren to Mount Warren avenue. 

LOCUST leads from Egyptian gate to Mount Warren avenue. 

MAGNOLIA leads from Chestnut avenue to the summit of 
Consecration hill. 

MOUNT WARREN leads from White Oak and Walnut to 
White Oak avenue. 

MULBERRY leads from Egyptian gate to the junction of 
Mount Warren and Walnut avenues. 



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NESUTAN leads from White Oak avenue round Eliot Mon- 
ument hill. 

PINE leads from White Oak to Mount Warren avenue. 

RED OAK leads from Willow to White Oak avenue. 

ROCK MAPLE leads from the junction of Fountain and 
White Oak, to the junction of Tupelo and Cedar avenues. 

SPRUCE leads from the junction of Fountain and Juniper 
avenues past the field of Machpelah to Lake Dell avenue. 

TUPELO leads from Chestnut to Rock Maple avenue. 

WALNUT leads from Tupelo to the junction of Mount Warren 
and Mulberry avenues. 

WHITE PINE leads from White Oak to Cherrj avenue. 

WILLOW leads from White Oak to Fountain avenue. 

WHITE OAK leads from Walk Hill street gate to Rock Maple 
avenue. 

YEW leads from Magnolia avenue to the summit of Chapel hill. 



PATHS. 

ALPINE leads from Althea path to Cherry avenue. 

AILANTHUS leads from White Pine to Cherry avenue. 

ALTHEA leads from Hemlock to Fountain avenue. 

AMARANTH leads from Cherry to Hemlock avenue. 

ANDROMEDA leads from Cranberry path to Locust avenue. 

ANEMONE leads from Hemlock avenue to Eglantine path. 

ASTER leads from Hemlock to White Oak avenue. 

AZALEA leads from Mount Warren to Mount Warren avenue. 

BELLFLOWER leads from Hemlock to Cherry avenue. 

BARBERRY leads from Columbine path to Locust avenue. 

BIGNONIA leads from Harebell path to Mount Warren 
avenue, opposite Pine. 

CHRYSANTHEMUM leads from Fountain to Hemlock 
avenue. 

CLEMATIS leads from White Oak to White Oak avenue. 

COLUMBINE leads from Egyptian gate to Locust avenue. 

COWSLIP leads from White Oak avenue to junction of Sweet 
Brier and Violet paths on Mount Dearborn. 

CROCUS leads from Snow-Flake to Mistletoe path. 

CRANBERRY leads from Mount Warren to White Oak av- 
enue. 

EGLANTINE leads from Hemlock to White Oak avenue. 

ELDER leads from Chestnut to Magnolia, on the southern 
side of Consecration hill. 



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ELLIOT HILLS leads from White Oak to Nesutan avenue. 

GERANIUM leads from Hemlock to White Oak avenue. 

GRAPE leads from Mount Warren to Tupelo avenue. 

GREEN BRIER leads from White Oak avenue, at its junc- 
tion with Elliot Hills path. 

HAWTHORN leads from White Oak avenue to Eliot Hills 
path. 

HAZEL leads from Egyptian gate, near Mulberry, to Tupelo 
avenue. 

HELIOTROPE leads from Cherry to White Oak avenue. 

HOLLY leads from Red Oak to White Oak avenue. 

HAREBELL leads from Grape path to Mount Warren avenue. 

HYACINTH leads from Geranium path to White Oak avenue. 

IVY leads from Mount Warren to Pine avenue. 

JASMINE leads from Green Brier to Hawthorn path. 

KALMIA leads from Linden to Linden avenue. 

LAUREL leads from Linden to Mount Warren avenue. 

LICHEN leads from Cherry round the top of Fountain hill. 

LOTUS leads from Larch to Lake Dell avenue. 

LILAC leads from Juniper to Hemlock avenue. 

LILY leads from Chestnut 

LUPINE leads from Juniper to Hemlock avenue. 

MAY-FLOWER leads from near the southern end of White 
Oak to Nesutan avenue. 

MISTLETOE leads from Mulberry avenue to Hazel path. 

MOSS leads from White Oak to Nesutan avenue. 

MYRTLE leads from Red Oak to White Oak avenue. 

NARCISSUS leads from Myrtle to White Oak avenue. 

OLEANDER leads from Lupine to Verbena path. 

PRIMROSE leads from White Oak avenue to the junction of 
Sweet Brier path, on the summit of Mount Dearborn. 

ROSE leads from White Oak to Linden avenue. 

ROSEMARY leads from Hemlock avenue to Bellflower path. 

RHODORA leads from Mount Warren avenue to Mount War- 
ren avenue. 

SUMACH leads from Mount Warren to Harebell path. 

SNOW-FLAKE leads from Walnut avenue to Mistletoe path. 

SWEET BRIER leads from Willow avenue to summit of 
Mount Dearborn. 

TULIP leads from Hemlock to Fountain avenue. 

VIBERNUM leads from White Oak to Nesutan avenue. 

VIOLET leads from Red Oak avenue to the junction of Sweet 
Brier and Cowslip paths, on Mount Dearborn. 

VERBENA leads from Juniper to Hemlock avenue. 



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WABON leads from near Green Brier path, round Eliot Mon- 
ument hill to Moss path. 

WOODBINE leads from Mount Warren avenue to Linden 
avenue. 



NOTE. 

NESUTAN. — The name of the Indian who aided the Apostle Eliot in 
learning the Indian language, and in translating the Bible into that language. 

WABON was the Indian Chief at Nonantum Hill, in Watertown, where 
Eliot established his first Indian Church and School. » 



CEMETERY NOTICE. 

For the information of those who do not know already, it may be well to 
state, that visitors can take the Dedham train of cars, and stop at the Forest 
Hills station, which leaves them within five minutes' walk of the Cemetery. 
Any information relative to the Cemetery can be obtained of Daniel 
Brims, Superintendent at the grounds ; Joseph W. Tucker, City Clerk, 
City Hall, Roxbury ; or either of the Commissioners. 






CEMETERY AT FOREST HILLS. 



COMMISSIONERS. 

Alvah Kittredge, Jonathan French, 

Francis C. Head, William J. Reynolds, 

Linus B. Comins. 



CATALOGUE OF PROPRIETORS OF LOTS. 

Alphabetically Arranged. 

Proprietors. 

Adams, Adoniram J. 
Adams, Nathaniel 
Albert, J. M. 
Allen, Isaac 
Allen, C. J. F. 
Allen, Frederick D. 
Allison, John W. 
Ames, Robert W. 
Amory, Elizabeth 
Amory, James S. 
Anderson, Rufus 
Anderson, Robert P. 
Andrews, Henry R. 
Andrews, Alonzo 
Appleton, William, Jr. 
Arnold, Mattrom V. 
Arnold, Elizabeth 
Ashley, Ossian D. 
Atkinson, Andrew 
Austin, Thomas 405 

Ayres, Benjamin F. 
Ayres, John 
Babbitt, Isaac 
Bacal, Thomas 
Bacon, William, Roxbury 
Bacon, Horace 
Bacon, Jacob 
Bacon, William, Boston 
Bacon, John F. 
Backall, William K. 
Bachelder, Josiah G. 
Badger, George W. 
Bailey, Adams 

Note. Where the number of feet against a lot is not designated, it contains 300 feet. 
10 



JVo. 


Situation. 


Feet. 


11) 


White Oak avenue 


> 


872, 


Lupine path 


270 


34, 


White Oak avenue 




188 


White Pine avenue 


400 


516 


Bellflower path 




695 


Cherry avenue 




831 


Lilac path 




358 


Eliot Hills path 




169, 


Violet path 




854 


Walnut avenue 


2040 


130 


Narcissus path 




811, 


Linden avenue 




165, 


White Oak avenue 




238 


Aspen avenue 




480 


Mount Warren avenue 




485 


Rosemary path 




224 


White Oak avenue 




762 


Althea path 


350 


755 


Cherry avenue 




and 414 


Aster path 




691 


Juniper avenue 


200 


282 


Cherry avenue 




546 


Bellflower path 




186 


White Oak avenue 


200 


380 


Cherry avenue 


600 


381 


Cherry avenue 




369 


Hemlock avenue 


450 


51 


Cherry avenue 




592 


Sweet Brier path 




200 


Willow avenue 




101 


White Oak avenue 




187 


Clematis path 


400 


561 


Laurel path 





74 



Proprietors. 


JVo. 


Situation. 


Feet. 


Baker, John 


342 


White Oak avenue 


154 


Ballard, Francis G. 


633 


Chrysanthemum path 




Barker, Theodore T. 


415 


Geranium path 




Barker, Edward H. 


512 


Clematis path 




Barnard, Lucinda 


708 


White Oak avenue 


120 


Barnard, Jonas 


855 


Verbena path 




Barnes, James 


4.27 


White Pine avenue 




Barnes, John 


29 


White Oak avenue 




Barney, Sarah B. 


686 


Hawthorn path 


100 


Barry, Charles 


239 


Geranium path 




Barry, James 


126 


Narcissus path 




Barry, William 


353 


Jasmine path 




Bartlett, Henry 


204 


Aspen avenue 




Bartlett, Pliny 


195 


Mount Warren avenue 


100 


Barton, Jabez W. 


61 


Cherry avenue 


420 


Basford, Henry 


83 


Red Oak avenue 




Bates, Ruth 


24 


Mount Warren avenue 




Bazin, George W. 


280 


Eliot Hills path 




Beal, Levi 


602 


Hyacinth path 


225 


Beal, Wilder 


45 


Cherry avenue 




Bean, Aaron H. 


628 


White Oak avenue 




Beck, Lewis 


490 


White Pine avenue 


170 


Bell, Amory 


304 


White Oak avenue 




Bender, John 


626 


Juniper avenue 


150 


Bicknell, Joseph 


753 


Juniper avenue 


225 


Bills, Harriet 


372 


Tupelo avenue 




Billings, George 


341 


Hawthorn path 




Binney, John 


491 


White Pine avenue 


170 


Bisbee, Thomas 


501 


Rosemary path 


188 


Bixby, S. Clarke 


510 


White Pine avenue 


360 


Blake, Charles 


10 


White Oak avenue 


1 


Blake, Samuel P. 


137 


Hawthorn path 




Blake, Jesse 


153 


Hemlock avenue 




Blake, John H. 


698 


Althea path 


340 


Blanchard, A. K. Mrs. 


161 


Red Oak avenue 




Blanchard, Charles 


643 


Holly path 


180 


Blanchard, Charles H. 


738 


Cherry avenue 


200 


Blanchard, William 


106 


Willow avenue 




Blaney, Charles P. 


114 


Narcissus path 


120 


Blendell, Sophia M. 


447 


Aster path 




Bodge, Mary L. 


569 


, White Pine avenue 




Bond, Sewall B. 


174 


Myrtle path 


400 


Bosworth, George W. 


593 


Eglantine path 




Bowdlear, Samuel 


571 


White Pine avenue 


340 


Boylston & Prince 


505 


Cherry avenue 




Bradford, Charles F. 


104 


Willow avenue 


360 


Bradford, William B. 


815 


Kalmia path 




Bray, Charles F. 


334 


White Oak avenue 


250 


Bray, Edgar W. 


335 


White Oak avenue 


250 


Brayton, John L\ 


810 


Lilac path 




Brewer, Nathaniel 


504 


Aster path 




Brewer, Otis 


573 


White Oak avenue 


400 


Briggs, Nathaniel 0. 


720 


, Mount Warren avenue 


144 


Brims, Daniel 


140 


Green Brier path 




Brown, Benjamin, Jr. 


625 


, Mount Warren avenue 





75 



Proprietors. 

Brown, B. F. 
Brown, George, Boston 
Brown, George, Roxbury 
Brown, W. H. 
Brown, Joseph 
Brown, Abigail 
Brown, Henry 
Brownell, Uriah T. 
Browning, Mary E. 
Buffinton, Jonathan 
Bufford, J. H. 
Bumstead, John 
Buoncore, Lewis 
Burbank, Alonzo 
Burchstead, Benjamin 
Burckes, Catherine 
Burnham, T. O. H. P. 
Burroughs, Henry 
Bursley, Henry 
Burt, Laban 
Butler, Nathaniel 
Byi'am, Robert J. 
Byron, Joseph 
Callahan, Mary 
Calder, John W. 
Calrow, John G. 
Campbell, Benjamin F. 
Campbell, E. C. 
Campbell, Jeremiah R. 
Canterbury, Charles 
Carey, Isaac ¥ 

Carlisle, George W. 
Carter, Nelson 
Carter, Caroline W. 
Cass, Moses 
Chadbourn, Seth 
Chamberlain, Dexter H. 
Chapin, David 
Chapin, George A. 
Chessman, Nancy W. 
Child, Isaac 
Childs, Nathaniel R. 
Childs, Albert 
Child, William C. 
Chubbuck, S. E. 
Clark, Alexander 
Clark, Moses 241 

Clarke, Frances C. 
Clarke, John J. 
Clarke, C. S. 
Clark, Helen M., Mrs. 
Clark, William 
Clark, Joseph W. 
Codman, Henry 
Coffin, Gardner S. 



JVo 


Situation. 


Feet. 


503 


Rosemary path 


260 


297 


One Lot 




154, 


Aster path 


150 


492, 


White Pine avenue 




570 


Eglantine path 




849 


Lilac path 




13 


White Oak avenue 




328 


White Pine avenue 




318 


Cherry avenue 




406, 


Aster path 
One Lot 




696, 


Clematis path 




243, 


Geranium path 


130 


539 


Eglantine path 




47 


Cherry avenue 




336, 


Cherry avenue 




635, 


Chrysanthemum path 




462, 


Hyacinth path 


200 


514 


White Pine avenue 


360 


533 


Clematis path 


250 


416, 


Aster path 




250, 


Aspen avenue 




777 


Clematis path 


340 


706, 


Geranium path 


220 


373, 


Mount Warren avenue 




177 


Red Oak avenue 


400 


220, 


Heliotrope path 




805, 


Lilac path 




848, 


Lilac path 


360 


181 


White Oak avenue 


250 


694, 


Clematis path 




87, 


Heliotrope path 


240 


407. 


Mount Warren avenue 




560 


Eglantine path 




442, 


Cherry avenue 




448, 


Geranium path 




387, 


Eglantine path 




545 


Bellflower path 


350 


804, 


Lilac path 




598 


Azalea path 


230 


727 


Juniper avenue 


340 


728 


Juniper avenue 


340 


620 


Chrysanthemum path 




176 


Red Oak avenue 


400 


115 


White Oak avenue 




and 242 


White Oak avenue 


710 


749 


Althea path 




748 


Althea path 




754, 


Grape path 


132 


409 


Geranium path 


'340 


466 


Clematis path' 




413 


White Pine avenue 
One Lot 


400 


256 


Aspen avenue 


200 



76 



Proprietors. 


JYo. 


Situation. 


Feet. 


Cole, William 


636, 


Mount Warren avenue 




Comins, Linus B. 


85, 


Red Oak avenue 


837 


Conant, Caleb A. 


670, 


Grape path 


350 


Conant, Ezra 


669, 


Grape path 


436 


Cook, Betsy 


237, 


White Oak avenue 




Cook, John V. 


856, 


Verbena path 




Cooley, William 


438, 


Viburnum path 




Coolidge, John T. 


655, 


Chrysanthemum path 




Coolidge Samuel 


616, 


Mount Warren avenue 


250 


Copeland, Benjamin F. 


49, 


Cherry avenue 




Copeland, Charles 


50, 


Cherry avenue 




Copeland, Franklin 


138, 


Hawthorn path 




Copeland, William H. C. 


652, 


Azalea path 




Corey, Barney 


659, 


Chrysanthemum path 


420 


Cornell, Walter 


614, 


White Pine avenue 




Cotting, Benjamin E. • 




One Lot 




Cotting, Caroline M. 


531, 




290 


Cowan, William H. 


25, 


Cherry avenue 




Cracklin, Joseph 


464, 


Geranium path 




Crafts, Ebenezer 


850, 


Nesutan avenue 


440 


Cragin, Daniel 


538, 


Eglantine path 




Crane, Friend 


671, 


Cherry avenue 


. 


Crichton, George H. 


418, 


Geranium path 


160 


Crossman, Nathaniel W. 


210, 


Clematis path 




Crowell, Henry G. 


509, 


Anemone path 


360 


Cummings, Charles 


721, 


Hyacinth path 


165 


Cumston, William 


356, 


Sweet Brier path 




Cunningham, Andrew 


134, 


Hawthorn path 




Cunningham, John A. 


526, 


Geranium path 




Cunningham, Lucy 


451, 


Aster path 




Curtis, Henry 


594, 


Eglantine^path 




Curtis, Samuel S. 


604, 


Chrysanthemum path 


320 


Curtis, Francis 


35, 


White Oak avenue 


400 


Curtis, Nelson 


228, 


White Oak avenue 




Curtis, Sarah 


486, 


Clematis path 


250 


Curtis, George S. 


820, 


Pine avenue 


463 


Curtis, J. H. and George 


S. 819, 


Pine avenue 


463 


Curtis, Joseph H. 


818, 


Pine avenue 


463 


Cushing, Zenas 


607, 


Ailanthus path 


325 


Dalton, Peter Roe 


846, 


Lilac path 


350 


Daniell, Josiah N. 


128, 


Narcissus path 




Davenport, Mary C. 


399, 


Aspen avenue 


190 


Davenport, George 


459, 


Clematis path 




Davenport, Henry 


460, 


Clematis path 




Davis, Ezra 


452, 


Geranium path 


320 


Davis, Horatio 


294, 


Mount Warren avenue 


912 


Davis, David P. 


271, 


Mount Warren avenue 


400 


Davis, Gilman 


160, 


Red Oak avenue 


380 


Davis, William H. 


212, 






Davis, William H. 6 


74 and 675, 


Laurel path 


1067 


Davis, William H. S76 and 677, 


Woodbine path 


1333 


Davis, Isaac 


639, 


Wabon path 


325 


Davis, George A. 


663, 


Azalea path 




Day, Moses 


193, 


Chrysanthemum path 


450 


Dean, Amos J. 


450, 


White Pine avenue 





77 



Proprietors. 

Dean, Enos W. 
Dearborn, H. A. S. 
Dearborn, W. L. 
Deblois, M. and C. 
Defrees, William H. 
Dexter, George S. 
Dexter, Samuel A. 
Dickson, Alexander 
Dickinson, Jos. F, 
Ditson, Oliver, 
Dorr, E. Eitchie 
Dorr, Joseph 
Dorr, Nathaniel 
Dove, John 
Drew, William 
Drinkwater, Josiah 
Drury, Gardner P. 
Dudley, Charles H. 
Dudley, Eliza 
Dudley, Ephraim M. 
Dudley, Ebenezer 
Dudley, Joseph W. 
Dudley, H. A. S. D. 
Dudley, Sarah W. 
Dumaresq, Philip 
Dunbar, C. S. 
Dunbar, David A. 
Dupee, Lewis, heirs of 
Durkee, Silas 
Dwight, Edmund 
Dwight, Mary 
Dwight, Thomas 
Eastman, Sally 
Eaton, William G. 
Eddy, James 
Edwards, Joseph B. 
Elbridge, John S. 
Ellicott, Joseph P. 
Ellicott, Joseph P. 
Elliot, Charles E. 
Ellis, Charles 
Elllis, Charles M. 
Emerson, John S. 
Evans, Harriet F. 
Everett, Oliver C. 
Everett, Otis, 599 

Everson, George EL 
Farnum, Henry 
Farrington, Ebenezer T. 
Faunce, Stephen 
Faunce, Calvin B. 
Faunce, George B. 
Faxon, Oren 
Fay, Cyrus H. 
Fearing, Lincoln 



JVo. 


Situation. 


Feet. 


511, 


Mount Warren avenue 


80 


267, 


Sweet Brier path 




268, 


Sweet Brier path 




778, 


Juniper avenue 




774, 


Juniper avenue 




552, 


Laurel path 




715, 


Linden avenue 




263, 


Amaranth path 




158, 


Holly path 




619, 


Cherry avenue 


380 


699, 


Althea path 
One Lot 




33, 


Willow avenue 




162, 


Red Oak avenue 




434, 


Aster path 




53, 


Aster path 


150 


718, 


Woodbine path 


320 


722, 


Juniper avenue 


125 


91, 


White Oak avenue 




293, 


Sweet Brier path 




258, 


Willow avenue 




21, 


White Oak avenue 


380 


22, 


White Oak avenue 


380 


23, 


White Oak avenue 


380 


287, 


Sweet Brier path 




149, 


Violet path 




145, 


Aspen avenue 




697, 


Hyacinth path 




590, 


Aster path 




377, 


Walnut avenue 


3850 


701, 


Althea path 




479, 


Mount Warren avenue 


500 


309, 


Mount Warren avenue 




291, 


Mount Warren avenue 




864,- 


White Oak avenue 




&74, 


Lupine path 


270 


779, 


Linden avenue 




392, 


Mount Warren avenue 




712, 


Linden avenue 


600 


283, 


White Pine avenue 




306, 


Kalmia path 


340 


307, 


Kalmia path 


490 


7, 


White Oak avenue 




800, 


Linden avenue 




588, 


Cherry avenue 


440 


and 600, 


Eglantine path 


400 


641, 


Chrysanthemum path 




421, 


Aspen avenue 




457, 


Hyacinth path 




347, 


Green Brier path 


360 


458, 


Clematis path 




290, 


Mount Warren avenue 




9> 


White Oak avenue 




299, 


Mount Warren avenue 




31-6-, 


Laurel path 





78 



Proprietors. 


JVo. 


Situation. 


Feet. 


Federhen, John, Jr. 


646, 


Azalea path 




Feiling, James 


303, 


Hemlock avenue 




Fey hi, John 


548, 


Eglantine path * 


220 


Field, Alexander H. 


244, 


Cherry avenue 




Field, Ozias 


58, 


Amaranth path 




Field, Pearson H. 


801, 


Linden avenue 




Fisher, Warren 


322, 


Grape path 




Fisk, Bela S. 


473, 


Bellflower path 




Fitzgerald, Stephen 


704, 


Juniper avenue 


200 


Flint, Thomas 


424, 


Aster path 




Floyd, Eliza 


88, 


Cherry avenue 




Fobes, Edwin 


56, 


White Pine avenue 




Forbes, John M. 


723, 


Magnolia avenue 


354 


Forbes, Robert B. 


724, 


Magnolia avenue 


354 


Forbes, Margaret 


725, 


Magnolia avenue 


354 


Ford, Eliza 


456, 


Aspen avenue 




Foster, Henrietta 


582, 


Aster path 




Foster, William Hammond, 


542, 


Laurel path 




Fowle, Johua B. 


412, 


Aster path 




Fowle, Isaac 


102, 


White Oak avenue 




Fowle, Parker 


586, 


Woodbine path 


265 


Fowle, William P. 


587, 


Woodbine path 


265 


Fowler, Edmund M. 


139, 


Hawthorn path 




Francis, Ebenezer 




Two Lots 




Franks, Dolly G. 


121, 


White Oak avenue 


150 


Frederick, Jabez 


332, 


White Oak avenue 


250 


French, Jonathan 


402, 


Cherry avenue 


700 


French, Jonathan 


329, 


Amaranth path 




Frost, William C. 


257, 


Green Brier path 


72 


Frothingham, E. L. 


861, 


Lilac path 




Fuller, Albert 


713, 


Hyacinth path 




Fuller, David S. 


197, 


Clematis path 




Fullerton, Alexander 


868, 


Pine avenue 


310 


Fussell, John 


834, 


Tulip path 


220 


Gage, John 


245, 


Geranium path 




Gardner, Robert 


585, 


Chrysanthemum path 




Gaston, Alexander 


472, 


White Pine avenue 




Gates, Martin L. 


572, 


Eliot Hills path 


260 


Gay, Aaron R. 


288, 


White Oak avenue 




Gay, Samuel S. 


289, 


White Oak avenue 




Gay, George Mrs. 


417, 


Aster path 




George, Greenleaf C. 


591, 


Hyacinth path 




Gilbert, Lemuel 


390, 


Mount Warren avenue 




Glines, Nathan H. 


285, 


Aspen avenue 




Glover, Lewis J. 


761, 


Geranium path 




Glover, Thomas 


443, 


Cherry avenue 




Goodnow, R. D. 


18, 


White Oak avenue 




Gordon, Robert 


824, 


Lilac path 




Gore, Watson, Jr. 


229, 


White Pine avenue 




Gorham, James L. 


100, 


Cherry avenue 


360 


Gould, Joseph D. 


57, 


Amaranth path 




Gray, John IT. 


217, 


Cherry avenue 




Gray, Alfred T. 


191, 


Mount Warren avenue 


400 


Green, Abraham M. 


828, 


Oleander path 


255 


Green, Daniel B. 


551, 


Aster path 





79 



Proprietors. 

Greenough, David S. 
Gregg, Mary 
Gregerson, George 
Griggs, George S. 
Griggs, William H. 
Griggs, John H. 
Groom, Thomas 
Guild, Samuel 
Guild, William H. 
Gwyrme, Samuel 
Hall, Charles G. 
Hall, Hiram 
Halliburton, George M. 
Hamblen, David 
Hamilton, Edward 
Hammond, Stephen 
Hanson, John L. 
Hanson, John A. 
Hardwick, William 
Harlow, George 
Harrington, Ephraim 
Harrington, Rebecca 
Harrington, Helen E. 
Harris, Samuel D. 
Haskins, George F. 
Haste, Eliza 
Hastings, Catherine E. 
Hastings, Joseph 
Hathorne, J. H. 
Haven, Calvin W. 
Hayes, Joshua 
Hayes, Ephraim 
Hazin, Charles 
Head, Charles Dudley 
Head, Edward F. 
Head, Francis C. 
Heard, John J. 
Heath, Margaret 
Heath, Stephen 
Hemmenway, Benjamin 
Hemmenway, Henry C. 
Hendee, Charles J. 
Hennessy, Richard 
Hersey, Nathan 
Hewins, Whiting 
Heyer, William A. 
Hickling, Charles 
Hill, Charles H. 
Hill, David W. 
Hill, Hamilton A. 
Hill, Henry 
Hi land, Ira 
Hills, Sarah 
Hinckley, Aaron A. 
Hinckley, James H. 



JVo 


Situation. 

One Lot 


Feet. 


95 


Hemlock avenue 


500 


5 


White Oak avenue 




272 


Mount Warren avenue 
One Lot 




564 


White Pine avenue 




292 


Mount Warren avenue 




640 


Wabon path 


950 


86, 


White Oak avenue 




119, 


Aster path 




315 


Cherry avenue 




30 


Red Oak avenue 




609, 


Hyacinth path 


225 


31 


Willow avenue 




781 


Juniper avenue 


400 


338 


Hawthorn path 




16 


White Oak avenue 




581 


Woodbine path 




471 


White Pine avenue 




2 


Bellflower path 


160 


321, 


Grape path 


480 


667, 


Mount Warren avenue 


330 


668, 


Mount Warren avenue 


830 


683, 


Chrysanthemum path 




611 


Geranium path 




796 


Oleander path 


217 


751 


Geranium path 


280 


760 


Juniper avenue 




364, 


Amaranth path 




182, 


White Oak avenue 


250 


65, 


Willow avenue 




568 


Eglantine path 




331, 


Eliot Hills path 




171, 


Violet path 




807 


Mount Warren avenue 


260 


173 


Violet path 




132 


Hawthorn path 


460 


379, 


Gei*anium path 


180 


732, 


Geranium path 




8, 


White Oak avenue 




580 


Azalea path 


150 


59 


Cherry avenue 




94, 


Clematis path 




15, 


White Oak avenue 




44, 


Cherry avenue 


417 


650 


Azalea path 


275 


105, 


Willow avenue 


360 


787, 


Juniper avenue 




166, 


White Oak avenue 




847, 


Lilac path 




525 


Woodbine path 


290 


498, 


Aster path 


240 


487, 


Bellflower path 




822 


Fountain avenue 




567 


Eglantine path 





80 



Proprietors. JVo. 

Hinkley, Thomas F. 363 

Hitchcock, Henry 499 

Hobart, Mary W. 167 

Hobart, William H. ; 764 

Hobart, Peter, Jr. 765 

Hodge, Thomas S. 703 

Hodgdon, Luther 690 

Holland, Thomas R. 108 

Holmes, Richard 226 

Hook, William R. M. 449 

Houghton, Joseph 273 

Hovey, John 795 

Howe, M. A. D'Wolf 170 

Howe, B. Miles, 797 

Howe, John 682 

Howes, Elisha 55 

Howes, Osborn 508 

Huckins, James H. W. 395 

Hutchinson, Andrew B. 396 

Humphrey, W. A. 305 

Huff, Owen 467 

Humphris, Edward, Jr. 6 

Hunnewell, Joseph W. 430. 

Hunting, Reuben 437 

Hunt, George, Mrs. 613 

Hunt, James 111 

Hunt, Sanford M. 549 

Hunt, George H. 532 

Hunting, Thomas 836 

Hunter, William 253 

Huston, William R. 264 

Hutchins, Ivory 610 

Hyde, M. Smith 653 

Jackson, Jane 435 
Jackson, Samuel and Daniel 40 

Jacobs, Jane L. 601 

James, Elisha 705 

Jaquith, Augustus D. 767 

Jenkins, Henry T. 658 

Jenkins, Wealthy Ann 474 

Jenney, Nelson 211 

Johnson, Henry Augustus 519 

Jones, John B. 39 

Jordan, Charles 644 

Jordan, John T. 96 

Joyce, George F. 274 

Keith, William 183 

Kendall, Charles S. 866 

Kennedy, Thomas J. W. 410 

Kenney, John 265 

Kettell, John B. 205 

Kettell, John 206 

Keyes, Lucy S. 74 

Kidder, H. P. 251 

Kibbee, Parley M, 756 



Situation. 

Geranium path 
Hyacinth path 
Red Oak avenue 
Althea path 
Althea path 
Hyacinth path 
Juniper avenue 
Narcissus path 
Willow avenue 
Rosemary path 
White Oak avenue 
Althea path 
Violet path 
Oleander path 
Chrysanthemum path 
Cherry avenue 
Anemone path 
Rosemary path 
Rosemary path 
White Pine avenue 
Anemone path 
White Oak avenue 
White Pine avenue 
Clematis path 
Ailanthus path 
Red Oak avenue 
Anemone path 
Bellflower path 
Linden avenue 
Aspen avenue 
White Oak avenue 
Geranium path 
Azalea path 
Sweet Brier path 
Red Oak avenue 
Ailanthus path 
Juniper avenue 
Juniper avenue 
Chrysanthemum path 
Bellflower path 
Aspen avenue 
White Pine avenue 
Hawthorn path 
Juniper avenue 
Hawthorn path 
Clematis path 
Hemlock avenue 
Lilac path 
Geranium path 
White Oak avenue 
White Pine avenue 
White Pine avenue 
White Pine avenue 
Cherry avenue 
Cherry avenue 



Feet. 



500 

360 
225 

200 
250 



220 

225 
360 

360 



460 



380 
400 



345 
225 
260 
100 

225 

200 



244 



520 



360 



150 
345 



81 



Proprietors. 

Kingman, Abner 
Kingsbury, William B. 
Kingsley, Joseph 
Kinsley, N. P. 
Kinstler, Conrad 
Kittredge, Alvah 156 

Kittredge, John D. 
Kramer, Matthias 
Krogman, S. B. 
Kuhn, Christian 
Ladd, Frederick P. 
Lamb, Reuben A. 
Lambert, Joseph 
Langley, Samuel 
Lawler, William 
Learock, John B, 
Leavens, S. Davis, heirs of 
Leavitt, David 
Lee, Nancy 
Lee, W. Raymond 
Leeds, John H. 
Leighton, Rufus 
Leman, John 
Lemon, George E. 
Lewis, Samuel S. 
Lewis, Elijah 
Libby, Julia 
Lincoln, L. W. 
Lincoln, C. D. and J. S. 
Lincoln, Joshua 
Linton, William 
Linzee, John J. 
Litchfield, Simeon 
Littlefield, James 
Littlefield, Samuel S. 
Lodge, Giles H. 
Long, George W. 
Lord, Robert W. 
Loring, David 
Loring, William 
Loring, William M. 
Lothop, Ansel 
Lothrop, Elias C. 
Loveland, Jennett L. 
Lovell, Josiah G. 
Lovering, Nathaniel P. 
Low, Ariel 
Low, Francis 
Low, John J. 
Lyford, Thomas 
Lyman, Charles 
Macomber, Ichabod 
Mair, George Herbert 
Mallett, CharJotte 
Mann, N. P. 

11 



JVo 


Situation. 


Feet. 


735 


Althea path 




76 


White Pine avenue 




865 


Verbena path 


360 


301 


White Oak avenue 




547, 


Eglantine path 


220 


and 157, 


Holly path 


600 


344, 


Cowslip path 




232 


Mount Warren avenue 




120 


White Pine avenue 




67 


Aspen avenue 




680, 


Cherry avenue, 


360 


842 


Linden avenue 


500 


513, 


Bellflower path 


215 


346 


Green Brier path 


360 


103 


White Oak avenue 




584 


White Oak avenue 




391 


Narcissus path 


102 


540 


Eglantine path 




411 


Rosemary path 




168 


Violet path 




647 


Mount Warren avenue' 




553 


Eglantine path 




361 


White Oak avenue 




745 


Juniper avenue 


300 


60, 


Cherry avenue 


660 


320 


Cherry avenue 




827 


Oleander path 


225 


557 


Eglantine path 




524 


Bellflower path 




873 


Tulip path 


440 


823 


Fountain avenue 




603 


Chrysanthemum path 




354 


Green Brier path 




733 


Clematis path 




394 


White Oak avenue 




404 


Cherry avenue 


700 


763 


Althea path 


350 


657 


Azalea path 




- 750 


Geranium path 




816 


Juniper avenue 


200 


54 


. White Pine avenue 




184 


White Oak avenue 


350 


772 


Juniper avenue 




825 


, Fountain avenue 


280 


214 


Aspen avenue 




252 


White Oak avenue 


400 


829 


Linden avenue 


400 


92 


Amaranth path 




93 


Amaranth path 




559 


Bellflower path 


340 


483 


, Mount Warren avenue 


500 


42 


, Cherry avenue 


513 


660 


, Althea path 




661 


, Mount Warren avenue 


168 


150 


, Violet path 





82 



Proprietors. 

Manning, Charles 

Mansur, Samuel 

March, Andrew S. 

Marsh, John 

Marshall, Lucretia S. 

Mason, Ezekiel F. 

Mathes, Albert R. 

Mathes, Charles L. 

Matthews, William, Jr. 

Maxwell, Charles 

May, Benjamin 

May, Samuel 

May bin, D. Crawford 

Mayo, Amy 

Mayo, John M. 

McKay, William P. 

Melzar, Augustus P. 

Meriam, Abigail 

Meriam, Abijah S. 

Millard, Charles J. 

Miller, David 

Miller, George 

Miller, Erasmus D. 

Milton, Homan, Jr. 

Minot, Albert T. 

Mi not, William 

Minot, William, Jr. 

Molineux, Robert W. 

Moore, Eliza 

Moore, Emery N. 

Moorhead, William 

Morey, George, for M. Newell, 

Morgan, Abigail 

Morrill, Mrs. Mary Ann 

Morse, Horatio G. 

Moulton, Ebenezer 

Munroe, James 

Munroe, Josiah J. 

Newcomb, James 

Newell, James M. 

Newell, Willard 

Newman, Robert 

Nichols, Robert C. 

Nichols, William S. 

Nichols, Lawrence 

Nichols, Charles, (for Miss 

Powars) 
Nickerson, Joseph 
Nightingale, James 
Nightingale, John F. 
Nunn, Charles 
Nute, Enoch 
O'Brien, Mehi table 
Odin, George 
Odin, John 



JVo 


Situation. 


Feet. 


112 


Red Oak avenue 


600 


555 


Bellflower path 




348 


Holly path 


480 


469 


Mount Warren avenue 




780 


Oleander path 


225 


420 


Cherry avenue 




180 






806 


Clematis path 




859 


Lilac path 




707 


Hyacinth path 




702 


Cherry avenue 




737 


Walnut avenue 


2175 


230 


White Pine avenue 




17 


White Oak avenue 




355 


White Oak avenue 


380, 


164 


Magnolia avenue 




835 


Verbena path 




554 


Bellflower path 




527 


Aster path 




536 


Eglantine path 




207 


Willow avenue 


250 


208 


Willow avenue 


250 


870 


Mount Warren avenue 


400 


771 


Oleander path 


225 


689 


Cherry avenue 




681 


Chrysanthemum path 


360 


266 


Chrysanthemum path 


400 


133 


Hawthorn path 




556 


Laurel path 


315 


857 


Oleander path 


200 


792 


Juniper avenue 




716 


Linden avenue 




142 


Hawthorn path 




623 


Hyacinth path 


225 


558 


White Pine avenue 




851 


Mayflower path 




37 


Amaranth path 


200 


812 


Fountain avenue 




384 


Hemlock avenue 




362 


Rosemary path 




711 


Juniper avenue 


130 


398 


Cherry avenue 




832 


Lilac path 




198 


Rosemary path 




333 


Clematis path 




515 


Bellflower path 




550 


Anemone path 




632 


Hyacinth path 


225 


791 


Juniper avenue 




365 


White Oak avenue 


250 


32 


Willow avenue 




350 


Green Brier path 


135 


90 


Narcissus path % 




651 


Azalea path 





Proprietors. 


JVo 


. Situation. ' 


Feet. 


Osgood, Mary 


247 


Sweet Brier path 


100 


Osgood, Samuel 


393 


Azalea path 




Osgood, Samuel 


494 


, Azalea path 




Otis, Theodore 


575 


, Ailanthus path 


700 


Packer, George 


222 


Cherry avenue 




Page, Kilby 


439 


Geranium path 


840 


Page, Willard 


766 


Geranium path 




Paige, Charles E. 


237 


White Oak avenue 




Palmer, Simeon, estate of 


656 


Chrysanthemum path 


720 


Palmer, Stevens C. 


862 


Tulip path 




Palmer, William H. 




One Lot 




Park, John C. 


488 


Clematis path 


400 


Parker, Abraham S. 


179 


Tupelo avenue 




Parker, Caleb 


143 


Eliot Hills path 


540 


Parker, Moses 


3 


White Oak avenue 


202 


Parkinson, James 


833 


Tulip path 


220 


Parkinson, John 


709 


, Lily path 




Parmelee, Asaph 


26 


Willow avenue 


200 


Patridge, Polly W. 


629 


, Hyacinth path 


180 


Patten, Asa 


82 


White Pine avenue 




Patten, D. & G. 


426 


Rosemary path 




Payson, Edwin 


803 


Juniper avenue 




Payson, Samuel 


235 


Heliotrope path 




Pear, Edward 


185 


White Oak avenue 




Pear, John S. 


672 


Hyacinth path 


260 


Pearce, William 


213 


Aspen avenue 




Pearce, Robert 


583 


Aster path 




Pearson, George W. 


382 


White Pine avenue 




Peck, Hannah 


463 


Hemlock avenue 




Pedder, James 


789 


Clematis path 




Penniman, Ed. L. 


221 


White Pine avenue 




Perham, Charlotte G. 


794 


Althea path 


220 


Perkins, Edward 


826, 


Bellflower path 


140 


Perrin, Augustus W. 


867 


Pine avenue 


780 


Perrin, G. W. 


869 


Pine avenue 


320 


Perry, Rufus A. 


123 


White Oak avenue 




Perry, William, Jr. 


470 


Mount Warren avenue 




Perkins, Christine 


543 


Pine avenue 


2130 


Peters, Edward D. 


370 


Pine avenue 


2000 


Pettes, George W. 


349, 


White Oak avenue 




Pettes, Henry 


351, 


. White Oak avenue 




Peirce, Charles H. 


80 


White Pine avenue 




Peirce, William 


507 


Bellflower path 




Pierce, Horace W. 


270 


Mount Wan-en avenue 




Pierce, Jonathan 


537 


White Pine avenue 




Pitman, John H. 


113 


Red Oak avenue 




Plummer, John L. 


38 


Green Brier path 




Plympton, Jeremiah 


374 


Rosemary path 




Poland, William C. 


541 


Aster path 




Pollard, Abner W. 


279 


Eliot Hills path 


233 


Pollard, George 


340 


Hawthorn path 




Pollock, George 


278 


Heliotrope path 


233 


Pomeroy, Henry A. G. 


649 


Woodbine path 




Pope, Holly K. 


783, 


Linden avenue 


200 


Pratt, Henry 


19 


White Oak avenue 





84 



Proprietors. 

Pratt, Joseph 
Pratt, Jerahmeel C. 
Pray, Thomas O. 
Prescott, Edward 
Prescott, Samuel 
Preston, Elisha H. 
Putnam, John 
Quincy, Thomas D. 
Rand, Abraham W. 
Band, Isaac P. 
Rand, Eldred 
Rea, Archelaus 
Remiek, Ai 
Reynolds, William J. 
Reynolds, Grindall 
Rice, William 
Richards, Joseph L. 
Richards, Isaiah D. 
Richards, Reuben 
Richardson, Abijah 
Richardson, John A. 
Richardson, John S. 
Ripley, Samuel W. 
Ritchie, Edward S. 
Roach, Samuel 
Robbins, John M. 
Robbins, Shepard 
Robinson, J. P. 
Rodgers Ammon 
Rogers, S. G. 
Rogers, John 
Rogers, Henry, Jr. 
Rogers, John S. 
Rose, Horace C. 
Rowell, Rufus 
Rumrill, Nancy 
Russell, George R. 
Russell, Lydia S. 
Ryerson, Ebenezer 
Sanborn, Christopher 
Sanderson, John H. 
Sands, Edward 
Sanford, Philo 
Sargent, John T. 
Sargent, L. M., Jr. 
Sawyer, Alpha 
Sawyer, Benjamin F. 
Sawyer, James 
Sawyer, Stephen L. 
Sawyer, Nathan 
Scates, Dodavah 
Schmidt, Henry 
Scott, Elbridge G. 
Scott, George 
Sears, Joseph H. 



JVo. 


Situation. 


Feet. 


240, 


White Oak avenue 




178, 


Tupelo avenue 




630, 


Mount Warren avenue 




388, 


Eglantine path 




455, 


Bellflower path 




802, 


Tulip path 




84, 


Red Oak avenue 




814, 


Kalmia path 


315 


281, 


Heliotrope path 




419, 


Cherry avenue 


440 


28, 


White Oak avenue 




223, 


Cowslip path 




736, 


Juniper avenue 




276 and 277, 


Cowslip path 


600 


350, 


Hawthorn path 




345, 


Amaranth path 




523, 


Eglantine path 




314, 


Aspen avenue 




642, 


Mount Warren avenue 




617, 


Azalea path 




605, 


Chrysanthemum path 


320 


574, 


Azalea path 


130 


596, 


White Pine avenue 




654, 


Clematis path 




813, 


Fountain avenue 




757, 


Grape path 


260 


385, 


Eglantine path 




295, 


Linden avenue 


100 


773, 


Juniper avenue 




300, 


Cherry avenue 


414 


136, 


Hawthorn 




397, 


Cherry avenue 




565, 


Eglantine path 




621, 


White Pine avenue 




89, 


Clematis path 




371, 


Rosemary path 




151, 


Sweet Brier path 


720 


700, 


Althea path 




248, 


Heliotrope path 




\ 36, 


Hemlock avenue 




429, 


Aspen avenue 




422, 


Willow avenue 


400 


648, 


Azalea path 




830, 


Lilac path 




408, 


Mount Warren avenue 


340 


339, 


Hawthorn path 




1, 


Bellflower path 


150 


343, 


Cowslip path 




687, 


Cherry avenue 


20C 


688, 


Cherry avenue 


200 


175, 


Myrtle path 


400 


246, 


Cherry avenue 




81, 


White Pine avenue 




298, 


Mount Warren avenue 




196 and 231, 


Rosemary path 


430 



85 



Proprietors. 


JVo. 


Situation. 


Feet. 


Sears, Paul, Jr. 


4, 


White Oak avenue 




Seaver, William 


73, 


White Pine avenue 




Seaver, William D. 


260, 


White Oak avenue 




Seaver, Robert 


68, 


White Pine avenue 




Seaver, Joshua 


69, 


White Pine avenue 


400 


Seaver, Nathaniel 


• 70, 


White Pine avenue 




Seaver, John C. 


259, 


White Oak avenue 




Seaver, Joseph 


72, 


White Pine avenue 




Seaverns, Abijah 


477, 


Mount Warren avenue 


310 


Seaverns, Joel 


71, 


White Pine avenue 


600 


Seaverns, Thomas W. 


475, 


Mount Warren avenue 


250 


Severance, E. H. 


389, 


Rosemary path 




Sewall, Moses, 


194, 


Chrysanthemum path 


450 


Seward, Joshua 


776, 


White Oak avenue 




Shales, Edward 


236, 


Aspen avenue 




Shattuek, Samuel 


62, 


Cherry avenue 




Shaw, Joseph P. 


378, 


Geranium path 




Shelton, Stephen 


386, 


Eglantine path 




Shelton, Thomas J. 


522, 


Bellflower path 




Shepherd, Betsey 


790, 


Althea path 




Sherburne, Charles 


461, 


Hyacinth path 


200 


Sherman, Amory F. 


173, 


Red Oak avenue 




Shiverick, George 


735, 


Geraninm path 




Sigourney, Daniel A. 


125, 


Moss path 




Simmons, Thomas 


323, 


Grape path 


480 


Simmons, David A. 


324, 


Grape path 


480 


Simmons, George A. 


325, 


Grape path 


480 


Simmons, Melvin 


500, 


Rosemary path 


188 


Simpson, David 


20, 


White Oak avenue 




Sinclair, Thomas 


445, 


Cherry avenue 




Slade, Robert 


48, 


Cherry avenue 




Sleeper, John S. 


46, 


Cherry avenue 


489 


Sloan, Charles F. 


454, 


•Cherry avenue 


200 


Smith, Cyrus 


521, 


Anemone path 


320 


Smith, Daniel C. 


383, 


Hemlock avenue 


365 


Smith, Daniel D. 


357, 


Hemlock avenue 




Smith, Franklin 


615, 


Chrysanthemum path 


360 


Smith, George W. 


209, 


Aspen avenue 




Smith, James W. 


717, 


Linden avenue 




Smith, John, Capt. 


637, 


Mount Warren avenue 




Smith, Joseph P. 


734, 


Cherry avenue 




Smith, Martha 


428, 


Geranium path 




Smith, Melancthon 


98, 


Cherry avenue 


360 


Smith, Phineas B. 


444, 


Cherry avenue 




Smith, Thomas H. 


662, 


Hyacinth path 


240 


Snow, Nathaniel 


433, 


Cherry avenue 


440 


Spaulding, S. R. 


440, 


Mount Warren avenue 




Spaulding, B. P. 


441, 


Mount Warren avenue 




Spear, Susannah R. 


41, 


Cherry avenue 




Speare, Alden 


502, 


Mount Warren avenue 


260 


Spence, John 


579, 


White Pine avenue 


500 


Stackpole, Reuben M. 


726, 


Juniper avenue 


340 


Stanford, Joanna A. 


782, 


Azalea path 


85 


Staunton, John L. 


759, 


Juniper avenue 





86 



Proprietors. 

Steam Co., B. & N. 

Mail 
Steele, E. F. 
Steele, Jonathan D. 
Stephenson, George A. 
Stevens, Benjamin F. 
Stevens, Polly 
Stevens, Sarah J. 
Stewart, Alexander 
Stone, Baman 
Stowe, Orville 
Sturgis, James 
Sturgis, Russell 
Sumner, Alfred H. 
Sumner, Austin 
Sumner, William H. 
Swallow, Daniel W. 
Sweat, Thacher 
Sweetser, George H. 
Swett, Samuel W. 
Taft, Alonzo 
Taf't, Read 
Taft, Charles M. 
Tappan, Amelia C. 
Tarbell, Eben 
Tarbell, Eben R. 
Tarr, Daniel W. 
Taylor, George 
Thayer, Elias B. 
Thayer, John P. 
Thayer, Robert H. 
Thomas, Charles A. 
Thompson, A. C. 
Thompson, George 
Thwing, Supply C. 
Tilden, Charles L. 
Tilden, Thomas 
Tileston, Nathaniel W. 
Tileston, John N. 
Tolman, James P. 
Torrey, John G. 
Torrey, Joseph G. 
Towle, Merribah H. 
Townsend, Eliza G. 
Townsend, John P. 
Train, Samuel F. 
Trescott, Elijah, Jr. 
Trueman, Jedediah L. 
Tucker, Joseph W. 
Tucker, Noah M. 
Tucker, Nathaniel 
Tucker, Nathaniel 
Tucker, Otis W. 
Tufts, Gardner G. 
Tupper, E. E. 



JVo. 


Situation. 


Feet. 


Royal 






66, 


Cherry avenue 




146, 


Hawthorn path 
One Lot 


150 


739, 


Cherry avenue 


200 


769, 


Geranium path 




476, 


Mount Warren avenue 


250 


566, 


Cherry avenue 




740, 


Chrysanthemum path 




729, 


Juniper avenue 


340 


431, 


White Pine avenue 




286, 


Sweet Briar path 




233, 


Magnolia avenue 




606, 


Chrysanthemum path 


320 


52, 


Cherry avenue 




843, 


Summer hill 


2150 


7 75, 


Geranium path 




14, 


White Oak avenue 




453, 


Cherry avenue 




99, 


Cherry avenue 


360 


478, 


Mount Warren avenue 


260 


147, 


Violet path 


164 


148, 


Violet path 




109, 


Mount Warren avenue 


195 


808, 


Lilac path 


220 


809, 


Lilac path 


220 


768, 


Juniper avenue 




624, 


Mount Warren avenue 




563, 


Hyacinth path 




673, 


Hyacinth path 




565, 


Mount Warren avenue 




284, 


Mount Warren avenue 




159, 


Holly path 




746, 


Cherry avenue 




203, 


Aspen avenue 




685, 


Chrysanthemum path 


350 


12, 


White Oak avenue 




376, 


Geranium path 


150 


853, 


Mayflower path 




714, 


Linden avenue 




684, 


Chrysanthemum path 


350 


296, 


Mount Warren avenue 




254, 


Cherry avenue 




710, 


Lily path 




743 and 744, 


Chrysanthemum path 


680 


202, 


Aspen avenue 




784, 


Linden avenue 


200 


770, 


Geranium path 


220 


117, 


Narcissus path 




131, 


Narcissus path 




844, 


Linden avenue 


428 


845, 


Azalea path 


362 


860, 


Fountain avenue 




631, 


Mount Warren avenue 


292 


375, 


Clematis path 


180 



87 



Proprietors. 
Turner, Henry 
Varnum, William 
Veazie, J. T. 
Vila, James 
Vose, Elijah 
Wads worth, Samuel 
Wainwright, Peter 
Waldron, John, heirs of 
Walker, Catherine R. 
Walker, Samuel A. 
Walker, William L. 
Wallace, Levi 
Ward, Richard 
Ware, Leonard 
Warren, J. M. 
Warren, J. S. 
Warren, John C. 
Warren, Frederick 
Waters, Ebenezer 
Waterman, Isaac 
Watson, Nathan 
Way, Samuel A. 
Webber, John 
Webber, John 
Webber, John, Jr. 
Webster, Albert 
Webster, William P. 
Weekes, Reuben 
Weir, Andrew A. 
Welch, Charles W. 
Weld, Sarah 
Weld, James 
Weld, Benjamin 
Weld, Daniel 
Weld, John D. 
Weld, Nancy 
Weld, Aaron D. 
Weld, Franklin 534 

Weld, William F. 
Weld, William G. 
Weld, Christopher M. 
Weld, Francis M. 
Weld, John G. 
Weld, Stephen M. 
Wellman, William A. 
Wells, Edward 
Wells, Mary 
Wentworth, P. H. 
W T entworth, E. M. M. 
Wentworth, E. M. M. 
Wentworth, Alexander 
Wentworth, F. B. 
W heeler, Gillam B. 
Wheeler, Samuel 
Wheelwright, Caroline 



JVo. 


Situation. 


Feet. 


489 


■ Aster path 


315 


793, 


Linden avenue 




255 


Aspen avenue 




124 


White Oak avenue 




190 


White Pine avenue 




135 
436 


Hawthorn path 
Cherry avenue 


\ 


731 


Geranium path 




189 


Cherry avenue 


200 


679 


Cherry avenue 


400 


837 


Linden avenue 




468 


Clematis path 




634, 


Mount Warren avenue 




127 


Narcissus path 


400 


481 


Mount Warren avenue 




482 


Mount Warren avenue 




484 


Mount Warren avenue 




496 


Eliot Hills path 


400 


122, 


White Oak avenue 




227, 


Rosemary path 




730, 


Juniper avenue 




530, 


White Pine avenue 


430 


201, 


Willow avenue 




326 


Willow avenue 




199, 


Willow avenue 




225 


Grape path 




618, 


Geranium path 


270 


678, 


Green Brier path 


380 


747, 


Juniper avenue 




788, 


Lilac path 




360, 


Aster path 




368, 


Hemlock avenue 


450 


163, 


Holly path 




261, 


Amaranth path 


645 


262 


Amaranth path 


345 


319 


Cherry avenue 




518 


Cherry avenue 


400 


535 


White Pine avenue 




741, 


Linden avenue 


630 


742 


Linden avenue 


580 


838 


Linden avenue 




841 


Azalea path 


410 


839 


Linden avenue 




840 


Azalea path 


340 


155 


Holly path 




219 


Heliotrope path 




520 


Aster path 




75 


White Pine avenue 




446 


White Pine avenue 




302 


Hemlock avenue 


460 


528 


, White Pine avenue 


365 


529 


White Pine avenue 


365 


638 


, White Pine avenue 




664 


, White Pine avenue 


250 


692 


, Chrysanthemum path 


323 



Proprietors. 


JVo. 


Situation. 


Feet. 


Wheelwright, Josiah 


693, 


Chrysanthemum path 


323 


Wheelwright, Sarah 


719, 


Chrysanthemum path 




Whipple, James 


110, 


White Oak avenue 




Whitaker, William H. 


79, 


White Pine avenue 




White, Charles A. 


622, 


Mount Warren avenue 


400 


White, Isaac D. 


141, 


Hawthorn path 




White, Benjamin C. 


432, 


Mount Warren avenue 




White, Benjamin C. 


665, 


Linden avenue 




White, David, Jr. 


216, 


Aspen avenue 


400 


White, Joseph A. 


495, 


Viburnum path 




White, James T. 


497, 


Aster path 


200 


White, Eobert 


608, 


Ailanthus path 


225 


White, Warren L. 


597, 


Rosemary path 


170 


White, William A. 


269, 


Eliot Hills path 




White, Abijah P. 


863, 


Lilac path 




Whiting, William 


308, 


Mount Warren avenue 




Whittier, Robert R. 


758, 


Juniper avenue 




Whitmore, Creighton 


118, 


Narcissus path 




Whitmore, G. D. 


144, 


Eliot Hills path 




Whitwell, William 


152, 


Cherry avenue 




Wight, Sylvanus 


249, 


Bellflower path 


200 


Wilbor, Francis 


97, 


White Oak avenue 




Wilder, Marshall P. 


871, 


Mount Warren avenue 


600 


Wiley, Thomas 


218, 


White Oak avenue 


500 


Willard, J. D. 


544, 


Woodbine path 




Willard, William D. 


821, 


Lilac path 




Williams, Horace 


43, 


Cherry avenue 




Williams, Isaac F. 


107, 


Amaranth path 




Williams, Col. Jos., heirs of 


310, 


Mount Warren avenue 




Williams, Stedman 


311, 


Mount Warren avenue 




Williams, Nehemiah D. 


312, 


Mount Warren avenue 




Williams, Thomas 


327, 


Laurel path 




Williams, Stephen 


317, 


Laurel path 




Williams, John 


313, 


Laurel path 




Williams, James 


275, 


Clematis avenue 




Williams, Aaron D. 


77, 


White Pine avenue 




Williams, A. D., Jr. 


78, 


White Pine avenue 




Williams, David W. 


400, 


Cherry avenue 


700 


Williams, George F. 


403, 


Cherry avenue 


700 


Williams, Dudley 


367, 


Laurel path 


360 


Williams, Tillson 


423, 


Mount Warren avenue 




Williams, Jonathan T. 


330, 


Laurel path 




Williams, Henry H. 


366, 


Laurel path 


360 


Williams, John D. W. 


401, 


Cherry avenue 


700 


Williams, Joseph 


562, 


Mount Warren avenue 




Williams, J. D., estate of 


506, 


Cherry avenue 


400 


Williams, Moses 


517, 


Cherry avenue 


400 


Williams, Geo. F. (Guardian) 


589, 


Cherry avenue 


440 


Williams, Sidney B. 


234, 


Cherry avenue 




Willis, Hamilton 


63, 


Cherry avenue 




Windship, Charles M. 


64, 


Cherry avenue 




Winslow, Isaac 


576, 


Clematis path 


330 


Winslow, Edward 


577, 


Clematis path 




Winslow, George 


578, 


Clematis path 


340 


Wise, John 


27, 


Heliotrope path 


150 



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Wiswall, Elisha 


645, 


Clematis path 




Wiswall, Samuel S. 


192, 


Yew avenue 




Witherbee, John B. 


493, 


Aster path 




Wood, Alexander 


215, 


Aspen avenue 


360 


Wood, Charles G. 


612, 


White Pine avenue 




Woodhouse, John V. 


596, 


Rosemary path 


170 


Woodman, George 


786, 


Juniper avenue 




Woodman, John 


752, 


Juniper avenue 


225 


Worthington, Caroline 


425, 


Mount Warren avenue 


180 


Wrightington, B. T. 


129, 


Narcissus path 




Wyman, Asa 


116, 


Narcissus path 




Wyman, Edward 




One Lot 




Yerrick, Christine 


627, 


Juniper avenue 


150 


Young, Calvin 


352, 


Jasmine path 





12 



REPORT 



CHIEF EMINEM OF THE FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



Roxbury, Feb. 1, 1855. 

To the Honorable the Mayor and Aldermen, and Common 
Council. 

Gentlemen : — In conformity to the requirements of the Fire 
Ordinance, I herewith present my Annual Report of the condi- 
tion of the Engine-houses, Engines and Apparatus, with a list of 
the officers and members attached to the Fire Department, with 
their ages and residences.; the number of Reservoirs, their location 
and condition. Also the number of Fires and Alarms within the 
City from February 1st, 1854, to February 1st, 1855, with the 
amount of Loss and Insurance. 

The Engine-houses, Engines and Apparatus generally, are in 
good condition. The Department consists of 5 Engineers and 
177 Firemen ; there are 5 Engines and 6 Hose Carriages, 1 Hook 
and Ladder Carriage, 142 feet of Suction Hose, 3,600 feet of 
Leading Hose. 

The Department has been called out the past year from fires 
within the City, 50 times ; false alarms, 15 times ; burning of 
chimneys, 7 times ; striking of clock, 1 time ; bursting of a cam- 
phene lamp, 1 time ; bursting of a still, 1 time ; ringing of factory 



91 

bells, 5 times ; burning of a brick kiln, 1 time ; alarms originating 
out of the City, 31 times ; making a total of 112 alarms. The 
Loss by Fire amounts to $27,485 ; the Insurance on the same to 
$18,000. 

Respectfully submitted, 

A. S. PARKER, Chief Engineer. 



In Board of Aldermen, Feb. 19, 1855. 
Referred to the Committee on Accounts, with instructions to cause such 
parts to be printed in the Annual Report of Receipts and Expenditures as 
they deem expedient. 

Sent down for concurrence. 

JOSEPH W. TUCKER, City Cleric. 

In Common Council, Feb. 19, 1855. 
Concurred. 

JOSHUA SEAVER, Clerk. 



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AND SOURCES OP OBTAINING "WATER. 



No. 


Location. 


No. of 
Gallons. 


Condition. 


1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

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14 

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21 

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Corner of Washington and Eustis Streets 

Chestnut Street, Mount Pleasant 

Sidewalk, opposite No. 2 Engine-house . 
Washington, near Ruggles Street 

Dudley, near Kenilworth Street . 
Dudley, near Warren Street . 

Eaton, near Yeoman Street 

Centre Street 

Elm Street, Mount Pleasant 

Walnut Street 

Well, corner of East and Davis Streets . 
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Regent Street, near St. James Street . 

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30,000 
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24,000 
24,000 
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18,000 
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15,000 
17,000 
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18,000 
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Good. 



HYDRANTS, 

FROM MOUNT WARREN AND C0CHITUATE PIPES. 



No. 



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St. James Street 

Alpine Street 

Near Alpine Street 

Near St. James Street .... 

Dale Street 

Tremont Street, corner of Franklin Place 
Tremont Street, opposite Carpet Factory . 
Washington, corner of Phillips Street . 
Washington Street, opposite Isaac Davis's 



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