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City Document — Wo. 5. 

' THE 

FOURTEENTH 

ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

Committee 011 %ttiiMU 

ON THE 

RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 



OF THE 



CITY OF ROXBURY 



FOR THE 




ROXBURY: 
JOHN M. HEWES, PRINTER, 

1860. 



c;iti[ nf EDiburti. 



In Board of Aldekmen, March 5, 1860. 

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

Passed and sent down for concurrence. 

JOSEPH W. TUCKER, City Cleric. 

In Common Council, March 5, 1860. 

Concurred. 

FRANKLIN WILLIAMS, Clerk. 



REPORT 



OF The 



COMMITTEE ON ACCOUNTS. 



The Joint Standing Committee on Accounts respectfully sub- 
mit their Fourteenth Annual 



REPORT. 

In accordance with the provisions of the City Charter, the 
Committee have prepared and herewith submit a particular ac- 
count of the Receipts and Expenditures for the year ending Jan- 
uary 31, 1860, and also a schedule of the City Property. The 
details of the Expenditures will be found under their separate 
heads. 

The amount of accounts, claims and demands allowed by them 
during the year is p89,506 59. 

There was remaining in the Treasury, Feb. 1, 

1859, a balance of $22,991 95 

And the amount received for the year, from all 

sources, as per account of the Treasuer, is . 395,388 76 

Making a total of . . $418,380 71 



Of this sum there was received : — 

From Taxes assessed in 1859, . $188,369 04 
" Town of West Roxbury, for 
its proportion of State and 
County Taxes, . . 5,809 25 

" Loans authorized, . . 179,000 00 

" Commonwealth and other 
sources, for Pauper Ac- 
count, ... 827 46 
" Income from City Property, 
rents of wharf, houses, &c., 
" Sales of Munroe land, 
" Sales of Stony Brook land, . 
" Sales of Brook Farm land, . 
" Sale of land Marcella Street, 
" Joseph W. Tucker, for fees, 
" Joseph W. Tucker, for Dog 

licenses, 
" Benjamin Meriam, for fines 

and fees, 
" Peter S. Wheelock, for fines 

and witness fees, 
" Peter S. Wheelock, for Po- 
lice Court fees, 
" Watering Streets, 
" T. L. D. Perkins, for stone, . 
" William B. May, for sale of 

Engine-House, . . 128 00 

" Commonwealth of Massachu- 
setts, for City's proportion 
of School Fund, . . 859 74 

" Commonwealth of Massachu- 
setts, for pay of Militia and 
rent of Armory, . . 475 00 



917 


83 


1,200 


20 


3,868 


61 


1,953 40 


660 


50 


235 


25 


1,110 


00 


600 


00 


2,838 


88 


1,872 


15 


1,147 


00 


26 


15 



Amount carried forward, $391,798 46 



Amount brought forward, 
From Sundry persons, for edge- 
stone on Tremont Street, . 
" Wentworth & Pierce, for loam, 
" John C. Seaver, for house 

Union Street, 
" Samuel Cook, for house offal, 
" Balance onhand, Feb. 1,1859, 



$391,798 


46 






414 

75 


30 
00 






2,450 

651 

22,991 


00 
00 
95 


$418,380 


71 



The amount of Expenditures, for which bills, accounts and de- 
mands have been allowed and ordered to be paid, including the 
payment of the City Debt, is $389,506 59. 

And these Expenditures were chargeable to the following appro- 
priations or accounts,' viz. : — 
To Schools, for Teachers' salaries, 

fuel and contingencies, . $40,936 44 

" B-oxbury Grammar School, (for 

High School for Boys,) . 2,450 00 

" Alteration in the Comins School- 
House, .... 9,060 02 
Dearborn 



" Alteration in the 

School-House, 
" Support of Poor, 
" House OflFal, 
" Pay of Firemen, 
" Contingent Expenses of the Fire 

Department, 
" New Engine-House, 
" Beservoirs, . 
" Highways, Bridges and Side 

. walks, 
" Widening Tremont Street, 
" Widening Washington Street, 
" Widening Vernon Street, 



10,287 29 
8,352 82 
2,281 14 
8,481 75 

5,291 03 
1,700 00 
2,758 00 

38,493 13 
57,148 64 

4,814 74 
1,968 19 



Amount carried forward, $190,023 19 



Amount hrou^t forward, $190,02S 19 
To Widening Plymouth Street, . 9,862 39 
" Constructing Short Street, . 11,964 12 
" Lamps, . . . . 10,617 58 
" Watch and PoHce, . - 16,502 55 
" PoUce Court, . . . 2,095 81 
" Grading Aims-House land, . 1,894 27 
" Salaries of Citj Officers, . 6,600 00 
" City Debt and Interest, . 67,358 55 
" Land of Charles M. Ellis, . 12,120 39 
" Sewer, Fellowes Street, . . 3,368 14 
" Sewer, Plymouth Street, . 6,651 51 
" Sewer, Davis Street, . . 4,016 39 
" Surveying for Sewers, . . 2,086 85 
" Grading and fencing Highland Park, 1,152 00 
" Militia, . . . . "442 50 
" County Tax, . . . 13,979 45 
" State Tax, .... 6,609 00 
" Discount on Taxes, . . 6,081 54 
" Abatement of Taxes, . . 2,208 46 
" Contingent Expenses and Mis- 
cellaneous Claims, . . 9,971 90 



$389,506 59 
Showing a balance, and remaining in the Trea- 
sury, . 28,874 12 

Making, . . . $418,380 71 

The City Debt on the first day of February, 1859, 

as per account of last year, was . . . $280,240 95 

Of this sum there has been paid during the year, 

when falling due, 48,265 95 



$231,975 00 



And this sum has been increased by loans author- 
ized, for renewal of a portion of the debt and 
other purposes, 179 000 00 

Making the total City Debt at this time, . . $410,975 00 



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



The increase of the City Debt has been caused by Appropriations 


for the following objects, viz. : — 




For Charles M. Ellis's land, Shawmut Avenue, 


. $12,000 00 


" Widening Streets, .... 


87,000 00 


" Sewers, . . . . 


17,000 00 


" Payment of City Debt, .... 


22,500 00 


" Enlargement of Comins and Dearborn School- 




Houses, 


7,000 00 


" Repairs of Highways, .... 


17,000 00 


" Contingent Expenses of Fire Department, 


3,000 00 


" Police, 


2,000 00 


" Lamps, . , 


1,500 00 


" Grading Aims-House land. 


2,000 00 


" Contingent Expenses of Schools, . 


4,000 00 


" Support of Poor, . . . 


2,000 00 


" General Contingent Expenses, 


2,000 00 




$179,000 00 



There has been received from the sales of land, the sum of 
$7,582 71, and this has been appropriated towards the reduc- 
tion of the City Debt, in conformity to a vote of the City Council. 

There remain in the Treasury the notes of sundry individuals, 
secured by mortgage, of $35,866 62, which, as they become 
due, will be appropriated to the liquidation of the City Debt, as 
directed. 



By law, the proceeds of sales of lots or rights of burial in the 
Cemetery at Forest Hills, are yearly paid into the City Treasury, 
and kept separate from all other funds of the City, and subject to 
the order of the Commissioners, to be applied by them in the 



manner provided by law. For further details concerning the 
aiFairs of the Cemetery, reference may be made to the Annual 
Report of the Commissioners, -which is appended. 

The amount received into the Treasury from Feb- 
ruary 1, 1859, to February 1, 1860, from sundry 
persons, for sales and grading lots, including 
balance on hand, was ..... $22,317 70 

And the amount paid upon the drafts or orders of 

Commissioners for the same period was . . 21,079 29 

Leaving a balance in the Treasury, Feb. 1, 1860, $1,238 41 
The Cemetery Debt, Feb. 1, 1859, was . . $13,000 00 
Of which there has been paid during the year, . 2,000 00 

Reducing the debt to . . . $11,000 00 

Annexed are statements of the unexpended balances of the 
appropriations of the previous year, and the appropriations and 
transfers of 1859 ; — the details of the expenditures under their 
appropriate heads, — and the present balances of each appropri- 
ation, — a schedule of the City Debt, — and a schedule of the Real 
and Personal Property of the City. 

There will be found appended : — 

Report of the Overseers of the Poor, including Reports of the 
Superintendent and Physician to the Almshouse ; 

Report of the Commissioners of the Cemetery at Forest Hills ; 

Report of the Commissioner of Streets ; 

Report of the City Registrar, — Tabular Statement of Births, 
Marriages and Deaths, — Mortuary Statistics ; 

Report of the Chief Engineer of the Fire Department. 

All of which is respectfully submitted. 

JOHN C. CLAPP, 

ALONZO W. FOLSOM, 

B. F. CAMPBELL, I ^Xf 1. 

GEO. B. FAUNCE, 

CHARLES D, SWAIN, . 

Hoxbury, February 28, 18G0. 



APPROPRIATIONS m EXPENDITLiRES. 



The Appropriations made by the City Council for different purposes in 
1859, 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 and Personal Property belonging 
to the City. 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

Balance undrawn, Feb. 1, 1859, $8,677 85 

APPROPRIATIONS, 40,750 00 

for fuel, 2,000 00 



) 1,42 7 85 



EXPENDITURES. 

HIGH SCHOOL. 

(for girls.) 
Paid for INSTRUCTION— 

To Robert Bickford, Principal- 



Elizabeth C. Babcock, Assistant 



.$1,600 00 
• • 500 00 



$2,100 00 



Note. The contingent expenses of this school appear 
in the account of the Dudley School. 

DUDLEY SCHOOL. 

Paid for INSTRUCTION— 
To Adeline Seaver, Principal 

" Isabella H. Wilson, Assistant 
" Sarah J. Leavitt, " 

" Ellen A. Marean, " 

" Clara B. Tucker, " 

" Caroline J. Nash' " 

" Clementine B. Thompson " 
" Helen J. Otis, " 

" Mary G. Hewes " 

" Emmie C. Allen, " 

" Caroline Alden, " 

$3,074 76 

Amount carried forward, $5,174 76 



$700 


00 


208 


66 


350 


00 


243 


75 


325 


00 


243 


75 


243 


75 


325 


00 


206 


01 


141 


34 


87 


50 



10 



Amount hrougJit forward, S5,174 76 

Paid for fuel- 
To Jonathan I. Caldwell, coal ^253 70 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 1453 

" Chaffee & Cummings, " 13 67 

281 90 

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

buidings 218 00 

"Horatio G. Simpson, carpenter's 

work 60 61 

" Johnson & Leavitt, carpenter's -work 28 07 

" I. & H. M. Harmon, mason's " 2 78 

" Nelson Curtis, " " 12 00 

" Thomas Hislan, whitewashing 18 53 

" Pillebrown & Holbrook, stove work 19 92 

" Michael Wrin, " " 3 80 
" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, painting and 

glazing 22 62 

" S. G. Brooks, clocks- •_ 54 00 

" (Jeorge Harlow, repairing clocks- - • 2 75 

" W. & A. Bacon, cloth 4 04 

" John M. Whittemore & Co., books 34 21 

" Charles M. Worthen, cleaning 2 00 

» Bell & Bailey, carting 1 25 

" Nelson Worthen, rent of room 52 47 

" Nelson Curtis, rent of Octagon Hall 236 80 

773 85 



,230 51 



WASHINGTON SCHOOL. 

Paid for INSTRUCTION— 

To John Kneeland, Principal 1,400 00 

" John F. Patten, Assistant 223 91 

" Harriet E. Burrell, " 387 50 

« Anna M. Williams, " 343 75 

" Alice C.Pierce, " 162 50 

" Sarah M.Vose, " 162 50 

« Caroline C. Drown, " 325 00 

" Esther M. Nickerson, " 162 50 

" Rebecca A. Jordan, " 325 00 

" Juliette Dickerman, " 162 50 

" Martha M. Damon, " 55 64 

« Delia Mansfield, " 200 00 

" Frances Farnum, " 25 00 

Paid for FUEL— 

To Jonathan I. Caldwell, coal 183 43 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 12 76 

« Chaffee & Cummings " 12 33 



Amount carried forward, 



3,935 80 



208 52 



l=,144 32 $6,230 51 



11 



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

building 

" Horatio Simpson, carpenter's wor 

" John M. Marston, " 

" Alonzo W. Folsom, " 

" True Russell, " 

" Richard Garvey, mason's work 

" Joseph D. Brown, " 

" I. & H. M. Harmon, " 

" Thomas Parker, " 

" Nelson Curtis, " 

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

" G. H. & W. J. Keefe, painting 

" L. Herman, furnace work 

" Calvin Bird & Co., " 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, furnace 

work 

" Reuben Weeks, blacksmith work 
" John Bowdlear, repairs on pump 

" J. S. Waterman, repairs 

" William G. Shattuck, desks and 

seats 

" David P. Davis, clocks 

" Juliette Dickerman, sweeping- • • • 
" Wentworth & Pierce, carting • • • • 
" Crosby & Nichols, books 





$4,144 32 


173 


50 


31 


37 


7 


64 


549 


75 


23 


17 


4 


00 


4 


00 


21 


32 


163 


58 


24 


30 


6 


51 


23 


00 


38 


03 


26 


20 


31 


87 


4 


75 


10 


25 


2 


47 


829 


29 


48 


00 


7 


50 


8 


50 


25 


33 




2.064 33 



5,230 51 



5,208 65 



DEARBORN SCHOOL. 



Paid for INSTRUCTION— 



To William H. Long, Principal 
" Louisa E. Harris, Assistant • 
" Ruth P. Stockbridge, 
" Plooma A. Savage, 
" Henrietta M. Young, 
" Louisa J. Fisher, 
" J. Ellen Horton, 
" Ellen A. Marean, 
" Caroline J. Nash, 
" Clementine B. Thompson, Ass't 
" Mary G. Hewes, " 

Paid for fuel- 
To Jonathan L Caldwell, coal 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 

" Chaffee & Cummings, charcoal- 



Amount carried forward. 



1,400 


00 


375 


00 


350 


00 


325 


00 


325 


00 


325 


00 


325 


00 


87 


50 


81 


25 


81 


25 


81 


25 


202 


77 


16 


40 


4 


00 



3,756 25 



223 17 



},979 42 $12,439 16 



12 



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

building 

" Jolin Gilbert, carpenter's work- • • 
" I. & H. M. Harmon, mason's " • • • 
" Solomon Sanborn, " "... 

" Jonas Pierce, Jr., paid for whitening 
" Fillebrown & Holbrook, furnace 

work 

" John Bowdlear, repairs on pump 

" William G. Shattuck, seats 

" Jonas Pierce, Jr., gravel 

" Wentworth & Pierce, gravel 

" Thomas Dolan, grading street- - • • 

" S. (i. Brooks, clocks 

" Hunneman & Co., bell 

" Green & Tileston, brooms, mats, &c. 
" Charles E. Tileston, 



5,979 42 $12,439 16 



174 00 






111 56 






4 88 






6 00 






16 50 






10 31 






31 50 






100 15 






33 25 






14 20 






450 00 






14 25 






6 65 






5 50 






18 50 








997 25 


$4,976 67 



COMINS SCHOOL. 



Paid for INSTRUCTION— 

To Daniel W. Jones, Principal, four 

months, 

" Sarah A. M. Gushing, Assistant 
" Mary C. Eaton, ' 

" Elizabeth W. Young, ' 

" Almira W. Chamberline, ' 
" Elizabeth A. Morse, ' 

" Sarah M. Vose, ' 

" Alice C. Pierce, ' 

" Esther M. Nickerson, ' 

" Juliette Dickerman, ' 

" Nancy L. Tucker, ' 

" Charlotte P. Williams, ' 

Paid for FUEL— 

To Jonathan I. Caldwell, coal 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 

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

building 

" Horatio G. Simpson, carpenter's 

work 

" Johnson & Leavitt, carpenter's work 
" John W. Marston, " - • 

" Otlio K. Reed, " - - 

" John Y. F. Durgin, " • • 

" I. & H. M. Harmon, " - - 

Amount carried forioard, 



400 


00 


700 


00 


350 


00 


325 


00 


325 


00 


325 


00 


162 


50 


175 


00 


162 


50 


162 


50 


162 


50 


81 


25 




Q 001 OK 


215 


56 


19 


00 




OQ/I !^a 



216 50 



33 


00 


43 


58 


40 


96 


31 


35 


8 


02 


9 


55 



52 96 $3,565 81 $17,415 83 



13 

Amount brought forward, S382 96 $3,565 81 $17,415 83 

To Richard Garvey, blackboards 37 50 

" John A. Scott, blacksmith's work • • 3 28 

" Hanson & Hale, furnace work- • • • 3 85 

" T. D. Mulrey, " • • • • 40 00 

" Calvin Bird & Co., " 13 54 

" Chaffee & Cummings, " 3 33 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, " 2 18 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing- • • 8 25 

" Henry E. Taylor, curtains 32 00 

" Charles A. Beal, furniture 19 75 

" U. T. Brownell, painting 8 00 

" William G. Shattuck, desks and 

seats • 144 96 

" James H. Wood, wardrobes, 48 00 

" S. G. Brooks, clocks 90 00 

" A. I. Cummings, maps 5 00 

" William Seaver, brooms and mats 47 43 

" Wm. H. H. Young, cleaning vault 8 00 

898 03 $4,463 84 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Francis Street. 

Paid for INSTRUCTION— 

To Sophronia F. Wright, Principal $400 OP 

Note. The contingent expenses of this school 
appear in account of Primary School, No. 22. 

Paid for MUSIC AND DRAWING— 

Paid for INSTRUCTION— 

To Charles Butler, teaching music- • • 375 00 
" Wm. N. Bartholomew, drawing- • 200 00 

$575 00 



Total amount of expenses for High and Grammar 

Schools • r $22,854 67 



PRIMARY SCHOOLS 

NUMBERS 1, 2, 3 and 4. 

Paid to Sarah T.Jennison, instruction, 300 00 
" Eliza Brown, " 

" Sarah O. Babcock, " 

" Sarah H. Hosmer, " 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To Jonathan I. Caldwell, coal ■ 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 



300 00 
300 00 
300 00 


1,200 00 


99 93 
18 00 



Amount carried forward, 117 93 $1,200 $22,854 67 



14 



Amount hrovgJit forward, 
To Ann Collovan, fires and sweeping 
" Julia Hurley, " " " - • 

" Wm. Morse, carpenter's work 

" John Gilbert, " 

" Nelson Curtis, mason's -work 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work 
" Calvin Bird & Co., " • • 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing- • • 

" S. G. Brooks, repairing clock 

" Balch & Son, " 



Paid to Margaret E. Davis, instruction 

" Emma C. Wales, " 

" Maria S. Young, " 

" Mary F. Neal, " 

" Mary L. Walker, " 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To Jonathan I. Caldwell, coal 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 

" Lorenzo Dow, " 

" Mrs. Lang, fires and sweeping- • • • 

" Wm. Morse, carpenter's work 

" John Gilbert, " 

" Nelson Curtis, mason's work 

" Solomon Sanborn, " 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work 
« Calvin Bird & Co., " • • 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing- • • 

" Ivory Skillin, painting 

" Jonas Pierce, Jr., cleaning 

" John Bowdlear, repairing pump- - 
" William G. Shattuck, seats 



117 93 

15 00 

43 70 

9 37 

7 28 
13 25 
5 
4 
1 



$1,200 $22,854 67 



37 
50 



75 

00 



INTERMEDIATE and NUMBERS 9, 10, 37 and 38 

Paid to Delia Mansfield, instruction • 

" Nancy L. Tucker, " 

" Harriet H. Fay, " 

" S. L. Durant, 

" Anna M. Backup, " 

" Kate F. Mayall, 

" Eliza D. Cole, 



Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To Jonathan I. Caldwell, coal- 

«' Daniel Tiffany, charcoal - 



7 and 8 


300 


00 


300 


00 


210 


58 


300 


00 


89 


42 


61 


85 


6 


33 


2 


00 


57 


99 


5 


00 


2 


00 


10 


25 


4 


00 


28 


69 


8 


57 


3 


00 


81 


00 


5 


00 


11 


58 


3 


75 


ERS 


9, 


200 


00 


162 


50 


75 


00 


300 


00 


225 


00 


103 


85 


103 


85 


92 


01 


11 


90 



221 03 $1,421 03 



1,200 00 



291 01 $1,491 01 



1,170 20 



Amount carried forward, $103 91 $1,170 20 $25,766 71 



15 



Amount brought forward, $103 91 

To Chaffee & Cumminors,. charcoal- • • • 3 34 
" Jonas Pierce, Jr., fires and care of 

building • 122 25 

" Horatio G. Simpson, carpenter's 

work 15 64 

" William Morse, carpenter's work- • 115 05 

" John M. MarstOK, " - - 14 79 

" I. & H. M. Harmon, mason's work 3 09 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing 10 13 

" James McMann, repairing slates- • 9 70 

" William. G. Shattuck, seats 148 14 

" S. L. Durant, sweeping 10 00 

" John Murphy, cleaning 1 00 

" Eugene Timmons, " 100 

" Kate F. Mayall, sweeping • 187 

" Eliza D. Cole, " 1 87 



NUMBERS 11, 12, 
Paid to Sophia L. Stone, instruction • • 
" Sarah C. Field, " 

" Cornelia J. Bills, " 

" Charlotte P. Williams, " 
" Carrie Y. Jennison, " 
" Mary C. Williams, " 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To Jonathan I. Caldwell, coal- • 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal ......... 

" Jonas Pierce, Jr., fires and care of 
building 

" S. L. Stone, paid for sweeping- - - • 
" John M. Marston, carpenter's work 
" Horatio G. Simpson, " 

" Nelson Curtis, mason's work 

" Gardner Chilson, furnace work - • • 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, " 

" Fulton Iron Foundry, conductor 

P'pe 

" G. H. & W. J. Keefe, painting - - • 
" William Seaver, brooms and mats 
" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing- - • 
" S. G. Brooks, repairing clocks- - • • 



Paid to Anne M. Backup, instruction 
" Clara M. Adams, " 

" Sarah J. Davis, '' 

" Anna E. Boynton, " 



Si, 170 20 $25,766 71 



13 and 14. 


271 


16 


300 


00 


363 


36 


225 


00 


28 


84 


75 


00 

1 


69 


77 


3 


60 


135 


50 


20 


00 


8 


80 


2 


62 


5 


00 


16 


58 


3 


37 


18 


00 


229 


75 


17 


21 


2 


25 


2 


25 


and 


16. 


75 


00 


300 


00 


225 


00 


17 


25 



561 78 $1,731 93 



1,263 3it 



534 ^ Sl,?98 06 



617 25 



Amount carried forward^ 



$617 25 $29,296 75 



18 


94 


9 


00 


7 


00 


12 


50 


8 


58 


8 


10 


3 


29 


1 


25 


2 


66 


2 


75 


1 


00 


3 


68 


52 


02 



16 

Amount broug Jit fo7-wa7-d, $617 25 $29,296 75 

Pciid for SUNDRIES— ' . 

To Jonathan I. Caldwell, coal 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 

" Jonas Pierce, Jr., paid for cleaning 
" Anne M. Backup, paid for fires 

and sweeping 

" Mrs. Colton, for cleaning 

" Mrs. Kilroy, for fires and sweeping 
" John M. Marston, carpenter's work 
" Horatio G. Simpson, " 

" Otho K. Reed, " • • 

" Uriah T. Brownell, glazing 

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

" William Seaver, brooms and mats 

" Wentworth & Pierce, gravel 

130 77 $748 02 

NUMBER 17. 
Paid to Sarah W. Holbrook, instruction 300 00 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To Jonathan I. Caldwell, coal 21 81 

" Ann Moore, sweeping and making 

fires ^ 23 50 

" John M. Marston, carpenter's work 12 85 

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

house 73 00 

" William Seaver, brooms- • • 1 89 

133 05 $433 05 

NUMBERS 18, 19, 31 and 33. 

Paid to Almira B. Russell, instruction 225 00 
" Caroline Y. Rice, " 300 00 

" Sarah C. Duncklee, " 300 00 

" Aseneth Nichols, " 300 00 

" Mary H. Hicks, " 75 00 

1,200 00 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To Jonathan I. Caldwell, coal 82 97 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 7 20 

" Chaffee & Cummings, charcoal • • • 6 00 
" Jonas Pierce, Jr., paid for cleaning 

and fires ■'■ 30 00 

" Mrs. Leonard, sweeping 23 00 

" Horatio G. Simpson, carpenter's 

work 6 59 

" John M. Marston, carpenter's work 5 13 

" I. & H. M. Harmon, mason's Avork 1 84 
" Fulton Iron Foundry, conductor 

pipes 1 S 00 

Amount carried forward, $180 73 $1,200 00 $30,477 82 



17 

Amount brought fononnl, $180 73 $1,200 00 $30,477 82 

To Flllebrown & Holbrook, stove work 51 28 

" R. G. Gladston, " •• 1 12 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing- • • 7 50 
" J. I. Caldwell, paid for repairing 

pump • • • 150 

" E. Howard & Co., paid for repair- 
ing clocks 32 00 

" William Seaver, brooms • 1 00 

275 13 $1,475 13 



NUMBERS 20 and 21. 

Paid to Mary A. Waldock, instruction 300 00 

" Anna M. Eaton, " 300 00 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To Jonathan I. Caldwell, coal- .•-.•• 50 20 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 10 20 

" Patrick H. Rogers, carpenter's work 98 46 

" John Y. F. Durgin, " 17 27 

" Joseph Lewis, " 12 91 

" J. T. Ellis & Co., lumber 60 70 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work 4 25 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing- - • 1 50 
" Mary A. Waldock, paid for fires 

and sweeping 20 50 

" Anna M. Eaton, paid for fires and 

sweeping • - - • 5 00 



600 09 



280 99 S880 99 



NUMBER 22. 
Paid to Elizabeth Waldock, instruction 300 00 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To Jonathan I. Caldwell, coal 13 57 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 7 70 

" Jonas Pierce, Jr., paid for cleaning 5 00 

" Sophronia Wright, " " 5 00 
" Elizabeth Waldock, fires and 

sweeping • • 20 50 

" Horatio G. Simpson, carpenter's 

work 5 75 

" John Y. F. Durgin, carpenter's 

work 3 15 

" Otho K. Reed, carpenter's work- • 7 69 

" John M. Marston, " 9 04 

" Nelson Curtis, mason work 3 00 

" Richard Garvey, whitening 12 00 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work 12 8.7 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing • • - 8 63 

" Henry R. Taylor, curtains : 2 13 



1^6 00 $416 00 



Amounl carriptl forirarrl^ $33,249 94 



600 00 



18 

Amount hrouglit forward, S33,249 94 

NUMBERS 23 and 24. 
PaidtoHenriettaM. Wood, instruction 300 00 
" Mary A. Morse, " 300 00 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To Jonathan I. Caldwell, coal 38 12 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 12 53 

" Jonas Pierce, Jr., paid for making 

fires and sweeping 28 00 

" Horatio G. Simpson, carpenter's 

work 3 50 

" Joseph D. Brown, -whitening 7 00 

" Francis Freeman, brooms, &c.- • ■ • 2 63 

91 78 S691 78 

NUMBER 25. 
Paid to Caroline N. Heath, instruc- 
tion 300 00 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To Jonathan I. Caldwell, coal 44 30 

" Caroline N. Heath, paid for fires 

and sweeping 13 83 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing- • • 2 00 

" John Bowdlear, repairing pump> • 17 80 

" S. G. Brooks, repairing clock 1 25 

" Jonas Pierce, Jr., setting trees 2 50 



81 68 $381 68 



NUMBERS 26 and 27. 
Paid to M. L. Josephine Perry, 

instruction 300 00 

" Matilda M. Huchins, instruc- 
tion 265 39 

" Mary G. Hewes, instruction • • 34 61 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To Jonathan I. Caldwell, coal 12 06 

" Daniel Tifiany, charcoal 9 66 

" David Huntington, carpenter's 

work 23 00 

<' Daniel W. Glidden, carpenter's 

work 35 83 

'' Horatio G. Simpson, carpenter's 

work 3 12 

«' John M. Marston, carpenter's work 6 25 

'* Bridget Cunniff, fires and sweeping 25 00 

'* Joseph D. Brown, whitening 7 00 

» B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing- • • 4 04 

*' G. H. & W. J. Keefe, " • • • 2 64 

'^ Thonaas Gannon, removing trees 19 38 



600 00 



147 98 S747 98 



Amount carried fonvard, S35,071 38 



19 

Amount hrougJit forward, S35,071 38 

NUMBER 28. 

Paid to Margaret G. Chenery, instruc- 
tion 184 61 

" Mary H. Hicks, instruction- •• 40 39 

" Almira B. Russell, " • • • 75 00 

300 00 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 7 30 

" Margaret G. Chenery, paid for 

fires and sweeping 613 

" Mrs. Caswell, fires and sweeping 17 03 

" Jonas Pierce, Jr., cleaning 2 00 

" Horatio G. Simpson, carpenter's 

work 10 50 

" William Morse, carpenter's work 5 00 
" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, painting 

and glazing 11 50 

" John Bowdlear, repairing pump- • 3 50 



62 96 $302 96 



NUMBERS 29 and 30. 

Paid to Sarah A. Dudley, instruction 225 00 

" H. B. Scammell, " 300 00 

" Anna E. Boynton, » 75 00 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To Jonathan I. Caldwell, coal • - 20 60 

" Daniel Tiflfany, charcoal 10 50 

" H. B. Scammell, paid for fires and 

sweeping 17 29 

" Mrs. Mulvey, fires and cleaning- • 11 75 

" John Gilbert, carpenter's work- - • 3 67 

" OthoK. Reed, " •-• 13 28 

" George Curtis, lumber 30 94 

" Richard Garvey, whitening 8 00 

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

and glazing • 11 63 

" Calvin Bird & Co., stove work- • • • 4 45 

" Fillebrown &Holbrook, stove work 32 35 



600 00 



NUMBERS 32 and 36. 

Paid to Frances N. Brooks, instruction 300 00 
" Maria L. Young, " 89 42 



164 46 $764 46 



389 42 



Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To Jonathan I. Caldwell, coal 63 52 

" Daniel Tifiany, charcoal 1060 



Amount carried forward, 74 12 $389 42 $3J,198 80 



20 

Amount irmtgU forward, $7412 $-38942 $36,19880 

To Chaffee & Cummings, charcoal- ' • 6 67 
" Frances N. Brooks, paid for sWeep- 

inw 8 25 

I " C. B. Thompson, paid for sweeping 3 75 

" Mrs. Murray, sweeping 2 50 

" Jonas Pierce, paid for fires and 

cleaning '■■••■-. 61 08 

" Otho K. Reed, carpenter's work- - 36 08 
" B. r. & G. H. Wiggin, painting 

and glazing 11 63 

" Calvin Bird & Co., furnace work- • 8 75 

" William G. Shattuck, seats 63 66 



NUMBERS 34 and 35. 

Paid to Emily W. FillebrowHy instruc- 
tion 250 00 

" Martha H. Horn, instruction- - 125 00 

Paid for SUNDRIES— 

To Jonathan I. Caldwell, coal •■ 33 66 

" Daniel Tiffany, charcoal 10 20 

" Chaffee & Cummings, charsoal- - ■ - S 33 

" Mrs. Leonard, fires and sweeping 12 00 
" Emily W. Fiilebrown, paid for 

sv/eeping • 3 67 

" Horatio G. Simpson, carpenter's 

work 10 9G 

" John M. Marston, carpenter's work 27 65 

" Nelson Curtis, mason's work 5 50 

" Richard Garvey, " 10 75 

" Jonas Pierce, Jr., gravel • 21 50 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work 29 09 

" William Seaver, brooms, mats, &c. 4 98 

" S. G. Brooks, clocks- -.-■-. 10 00 



276 49 $665 91 



375 00 



183 29 $558 '2.9 



Total amount of expenses for ^ <fti4 fjfs V^ 
Primary Schools. ^ ' 



CONTINGENCIES. 

Paid for PRINTING, STATIONERY AND BOOKS— 

To Norfolk County Journal Office, 

printing 530 71 

" Worthington, Flanders & Co., 

printing 75 



i7,423 00 



Amount currkd forward, $531 46 $37,423 00 



21 



Amount brought forward, $531 46 

To .John Backup, books and stationery 948 18 

" Dan S. Smalley, books 3 50 

Paid for SERVICES OF SCHOOL COM- 
MITTEE— 

To Horatio G. Morse, services 100 00 

" George Putnam, " 50 00 

" William A. Crafts, " 65 00 

" Ariel I. Cummings, " 75 00 

" Franklin Williams, " 50 00 

" Joshua Seaver, " and Sec. ] 75 00 

" Ira Allen, " 75 00 

" Richard Garvey, " 50 00 

" Timothy R. Nute, " 75 00 

" John W. Olmstead, " 60 00 

" Joseph N. Brewer, " 50 00 

" Robert P. Anderson, " 75 00 

" Edwin Ray, " 75 00 



$37,423 00 



1,483 14 



Paid for SUNDRIES not otherwise enumerated- 
To Jonas Pierce, Jr., paid for clearing 

snow 108 75 

" S. B. Pierce, carting 22 25 

" Arthur Sumner, " 4 50 

" H. H. Miller, " 2 00 

" James H. Pratt, " 2 62 

" William J. Mathes, horse hire- • • • 50 

" John J. Merrill, " 10 00 

" E. T. Northend, " 2 50 

" Samuel Walker & Co., trees 102 00 

" James Ruth, setting trees 9 00 

" Thomas Norton, " 4 50 

" Thomas Harney, " 4 50 

" Jonas Pierce, Jr., loam round trees 31 87 

" Chickering & Sons, for use of piano 6 00 

" Oliver DItson, " " 8 00 
•' Joseph Alford, for tuning " ' 11 45 

" Alexander Stewart, use of hall- • • 7 87 

" Mechanics Institute, rent of hall- • 30 00 

" E. W. Noyes, brooms, mats, &c.- • 90 23 

" Swain & Craft, " " 70 84 

" William Seaver, " " 20 34 

" William G. Shattuck, seats 23 7 14 

" William O. Haskell, " 52 50 

" James Staniels, " 10 00 

" Henry Pratt, repairing locks 22 00 

" F. AV. Fuller, hardware 40 04 

" S. G. Brooks, clock in Committee 

room 23 25 

'• Charles A. Beal, furniture 10 42 

Amount carried forward, $945 07 



975 00 



&2,45S 14 $37,423 00 



22 

Amount brought forward, $945 07 $2,458 14 $37,423 00 

To Robert Ramsdell, cloth 21 86 

" William M. Maxwell, skins 2 25 

" George B. Cordwell, alcohol 112 

" Ebenezer Chamberlin, wheelbar- 
row 6 00 

" T. D. Mulrey, lining stove 64 00 

" M. P. Berry, distributing Reports 15 00 

1,055 30 $3,513 44 

Total amount of expenses for High, Grammar 

and Primary Schools, with contingencies $40,936 44 

Transferred to Contingent Expenses, 1859-60- • • 1,453 69 



$42,390 13 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1860, $9,037 72. 



ENLARGEMENT OF THE COMINS AND DEAR- 
BORN SCHOOL-HOUSES. 



APPROPRIATION $12,000 00 

Additional 7,000 00 

Transferred from Contingent Fund, 1859-60 347 31 



L9,347 31 



EXPENDITURES. 

DEARBORN SCHOOL-HOUSE. 

To Johnson & Leavitt, (contract,) 6,704 17 

" Lemuel E. Griffin, driving piles 399 23 

" Daniel Harrington, stone 140 62 

" James Watson, stone work 145 00 

" William Morse, preparing foundation 194 65 

" Henry W. Howard, mason's work 214 12 

" Thomas Dolan, stone work- - - 9 62 

" Thomas Gannon, grading 433 11 

" Ham & Leighton, paving stone 10 32 

" Thomas Parker, plastering 26 25 

" Uriah T. Brownell, painting 45 25 

" John A. Scott, blacksmith's work 21 90 

" Swain & Craft, drain pipe • 19 04 

" Gera Farnum, measuring work • - • 1 50 

" John R. Hall, plan 35 00 

" James Carpenter & Co., furnace 250 00 

" William G. Shattuck, desks and seats- - • 793 51 

" Lewis F. Whiting, land 744 00 

" Albert Batchelder, superintending 100 00 



10,287 29 



Amount carried forward, $10,287 29 



23 

Amount hrought forivard, $10,287 29 

COMINS SCHOOL-HOUSE. 

To Samuel Felton, contract, &c. 7,425 24 

" W. & W. K. White, furnace 360 75 

" Thomas Hislan, gradino; 68 44 

" John M. Marston, carpenter's work 224 09 

" Uriah T. Brownell, painting 20 18 

" Richard Bond, plan 35 00 

" William G. Shattuck, desks and seats 826 32 

" Hartley E. Woodbridge, superintending 100 00 

S9,060 02 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1860, nothing. 



),347 31 



ROXBURY GRAMMAR SCHOOL 



FOR HIGH SCHOOL FOK BOYS. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1859 500 00 

APPROPRIATION 2,600 00 

$3,100 00 

EXPENDITURES. 

To James Guild, Treasurer $2,450 00 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860, $650 00. 



SUPPORT OF POOR. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1859 1,650 17 

Received of Commonwealth, for Pauper Account 120 00 
" from cities and towns, for support of 

Paupers 657 46 

" from Ezra Young, Superintendent of 

Alms-house 50 00 

APPROPRIATION 6,000 00 

Additional Appropriation 2,000 00 

EXPENDITURES. 
Paid for SUPPLIES FOR THE ALMS-HOUSE— 

To Nelson Worthen, groceries 335 56 

" Meserve & Faunce, " 341 18 

" Merwin & Co., " • • 65 57 

Amount carried forward, $742 21 



$10,477 63 



24 



Amount Irouglit forward, S742 21 

To William Hunter, groceries 25 07 

" G. W. & H. W. Pierce, meat 458 87 

" Joseph N. Brewer, flour 146 25 

" Henry Dudley, srain 93 60 

" Aaron D. Weld,''hay •_ 54 43 

" Ezra Young, cash paid for supplies 1,209 90 

" W. & A. Bacon, dry goods 226 71 

" H. S. Lawrence, clolhing 42 79 

" Robert W. Molineux, " 8 39 

" Joseph B. Young, shoes 119 58 

" Phineas Coburn, " 2 50 

" Allen Putnam & Co., wood 107 88 

*' Roxbury Gas Light Co., gas 37 45 

" J. C. Buchanan, iron bedsteads 30 00 

" Reuben Weeks, blacksmith's work 61 69 

" Hiram Carlton, harness work 27 62 

" Ezra Young, Superintendent 500 00 

'' Mary McCarty, labor 104 00 

" Joseph H. Streeter, Physician 169 00 

" Ira Allen, medicine 49 14 

" Joshua Scaver, Secretary ■• 50 00 

" Stillman E. Chubbuck & Son, steam heating 

apparatus 887 00 

« E. B. Scott, force pump, &c. 103 06 

" Samuel Felton, mason's work 26 37 

" L & H. M. Harmon, " • 4 87 

" George Curtis, lumber 119 ^1 

" Thomas S. Hodge, painting 38 41 

" Ham & Leighton, cement 19 60 

" Pond & Duncklee, stove work 15 00 

" A. B. Wilton, cows 55 00 

" W. J. Mathes, horse hire 1 50 



),527 60 



Paid for SUPPLIES FOR POOR OUT OF THE 
ALMS-HOUSE AND FUEL— 

To Jonathan I. Caldwell, coal, &c. 544 54 

» Allen Putnam & Co., " 353 24 

" James B. Page, " 89 22 

" James E. Adams & Co., " 43 00 

" Edward Preston & Co., " 16 00 

" Joshua Seaver, supplies- • • 265 46 

'• " Agent 300 00 

" Charles W. Newell, groceries 21 00 

" William Seaver, " 58 43 

<' McElroy & Co., " 30 35 

" Nelson Worthen, " • 12 05 

" George F. Joyce, " 1 07 

" John C. Seaver, burials 56 50 

" Nathaniel Adams, coffins 5 00 

<' Joseph S. Waterman, " 65 00 



Amount carried forward, 



$1,860 86 S5,527 60 



25 

Amount hrougJit forward, $1,860 86 $5,527 60 

To Norfolk County Journal, printing 6 75 

" William N. Felton, making fires 10 00 



Paid to other Cities and Towns for SUPPORT OF POOR, 
AND THE STATE LUNATIC HOSPITAL— 

To City of Boston 46 38 

" City of Charlestown 55 25 

" Town of Fitchburg 9 69 

" John W. Thomas 8 71 

" State Lunatic Hospital 816 75 

" Morrill P. Berry, conveyance to do. 10 83 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1860, $1,361 21. 



HOUSE OFFAL. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1859 453 64 

TransferredfromContingent Appropriation, 1858-59 274 14 

" " " " 1859-60 1,000 00 

Received of Samuel Cook, for offal 651 00 

EXPENDITURES. 

To Miles Sweeney, collecting offal 390 00 

" Stephen Edwards, " 390 00 

" John Navin, " 342 00 

" John Carey, " 342 00 

" Ezra Young, Superintendent 75 00 

" Henry Dudley, grain 169 69 

" Ezra Young;, cash paid for hay 148 26 

" Aaron D. Weld, hay 16 38 

" William Banford, horse 200 00 

" Reuben Weeks, blacksmith's work 90 53 

" John D. Pierce, wheelwright's work 81 25 

" Hiram Carleton, harness work 5 50 

" E. A. Hovey, " 1 95 

" Thomas Dolan, paving stone 15 60 

" Gore, Rose & Co., paving 12 98 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860, $97 64. 



L,877 61 



$947 61 



Total Expenditure • $8,352 82 

Transferred to Contingent Appropriation, 1859-60 763 60 



),116 42 



2,378 78 



$2,281 14 



26 

HIGHWAYS, BRIDGES AND SIDEWALKS. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1859 ^n? nn 

Received of Edward Bartlett 100 00 

" Robert W. Molineux IdO 00 

" Charles D. Swain 66 50 

" James W. Gushing 75 00 

" John F. Newton 77 00 

" H. S. Lawrence 28 50 

" Theodore Otis 250 00 

" Metropolitan Railroad Co. 400 00 

" T. L. D. Perkins, stone 26 15 

Appropriation, March, 1859 ; ■ • 3,000 00 

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation, 

1858—9 '^'"* 

APPROPRIATION 20,000 00 

Additional appropriation ^^fi^^ 00 ^^^ ^^^ ^^ 

EXPENDITURES. 

Paid for LABOR— 

To Moses H. Libbey, Commissioner 1,000 00 

" Silman Smith, labor ^^l Z. 

" Charles W. Wood, " 420 00 

" John H. Randall, " S9b 66 

" AVilliam F. Stevens, " ^tl aa 

" Samuel A. Howard, " 383 00 

" Patrick Surplus, " 400 00 

" Andrew McGettrick, " ^^^ ^? 

" Patrick Dillon, ' 312 00 

" Michael McWeeney, " 312 00 

"Robert Bell, " 30825 

« Thomas M. Cotton, " 300 00 

« Francis GiUagin, " 3 00 

" Omar Boynton, " ; • ' ^ J^t ^^ 

" Pay Roll of labor to sundry persons for services 8,8 JO 7^ ^, „ ..„ . q 

Paid for CARTING GRAVEL AND STONE— 

To Michael Gately, carting ^lHa 

" Lawrence Carnes, " 38 bO 

"JohnCurley, " 18 40 

" Thomas Glennon, " 2o7 /O 

» James Gray, " 17 80 

" James Graham, " „.„ ^a 

" William Burns, " 252 50 

"JamesCarey, " ^f f 

" Thomas Dolan, " 3,941 14 

" James Cusick, " 12 33 

" David Cleary, " 10 JO 

" Aaron D. Williams, " 26 00 

» Lawrence Watson, " : .t 

» James Killian, " 4 40 



Amount carried forward, $5,666 95 S13,779 13 



27 



Amount Irought forward, 

To Patrick Cain, carting 

" Thomas Gannon, 

" Martin Griffin, 

" Thomas Gallery, 

" John Good, 

" Patrick McGirl, 

" Owen Nawn, 

" Patrick Lynch, 

" Michael Fitzmorris, 

" Ware, Wentworth & Co., carting- 

" Timothy Murphy, " 

" Michael Lalley, " 

" Wentworth & Pierce, " 

" George Ramsay, " 

" Michael Dolan, " 

" Phineas B. Smith, " 

" Malachi Kelley, " 

" Peter Dolan, " 

" William Clark, 

" Patrick Fineran, " 

" Moses Pike, " 

" William Fineran, " 

" Jetl'rey Holland, " 

" Charles D. Bickford, " 

" George Coyle, " 

" Thomas Grinham, " 



Paid for GRAVEL AND STONE CHIPS- 

To Mrs. C. D. Hancock, gravel 

" William R. Huston, " 

" Magnus Lefstrum, " 

" Stephen Baker, " 

" Thomas Good, " 

" Edward Crane, " 

" Samuel G. Reed, " 

" Metropolitan Railroad, " 

" Daniel Harrington, stone chips 

" John R. Howard, " • 

" George Leonard Jr., " 

" Patrick Kelley, " 

" Timothy Gately, " 



3,666 95 

3 17 
297 00 

8 20 

4 00 
27 60 

3 80 
214 00 
206 40 
776 83 
39 01 
324 00 
1 50 

83 30 
128 25 

17 00 

84 00 
3 00 

15 25 
27 75 
10 25 
10 25 
315 30 
102 00 
80 00 
26 33 
14 00 



492 30 

135 00 
8 48 

169 37 
22 00 
13 45 
39 40 
39 50 

222 65 
8 50 

389 63 
69 00 
■ 9 90 



$13,779 13 



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

To Gore, Rose & Co., paving and stone 7,433 71 

" Ham & Leighton, paving and block stone- • • • 824 14 

" Dana & Carter, stone cutting 4 50 

" James A. White, stone blocks 18 76 

" I. & H. M. Harmon, bricks and labor 507 46 

" Nelson Curtis, bricks 80 00 



^,489 14 



$1,619 18 



$8,868 57 



Amount carried fonoard. 



$32,756 02 



28 



>1,017 13 



Ainount hroiight forward, $32,756 02 

Paid for BLACKSMITH, WHEELWRIGHT, CAR* 
PENTER'S WORK AND LUMBER— 

To Richard Weeks, blacksmith's work 290 29 

" Andrew W. Newman, " 10 05 

" John A. Scott, " 2 01 

" James Aker, " 219 61 

« Reuben Weeks, " 218 71 

" George Mennig, " 37 79 

" William Brock, " 115 

" Jefferson W. Chenery, " 12 97 

" Gideon B. Richmond, " 1152 

" Jacob L. Nash, wheelwright's work 5 25 

" Ebenezer Chamberlin, " 6 75 

" Freeman Simpson, " 50 70 

" John D. Pierce, " 45 25 

" Leonard Hall, " 16 00 

" William Jones, carpenter's work 6 00 

" John M. Marston, " 15 27 

" Samuel S. Chase, " 2 04 

" George Curtis, lumber 36 97 

" Daniel Jackson, building fence 28 80 

Paid for HAY AND GRAIN— 

To Ezra Young, bay 48 95 

" Henry Dudley, " 61 29 

" Augustus Rollins, " 386 54 

" Aaron D. Weld, " 88 69 

» Josiah S.Trefathen, " 76 36 

" Joseph Houghton, grain 543 53 

" John McElroy, " 520 15 

Paid for SUNDRIES not otherwise enumerated — 

To William Banford, horse 250 00 

" Hiram Carleton, harness work 60 00 

" Edward Dana, horse blankets 12 00 

" Francis W. Fuller, hardware 73 64 

" John H. Hawes, " 4 37 

" Meserve & Faunce, shovels 15 75 

" William Goodnow, pick handles, 7 50 

" Stephen Faunce, baskets, &c. 36 24 

" Swain & Craft, fluid- • • • • 3 00 

« William Seaver, " &c. 29 44 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, lanterns 9 75 

" G. H. & W. J. Keefe, glazing 1 50 

" Thomas S. Hodge, " 5 85 

" John Dove, painting 39 99 

« Calvin Bird & Co., stove work 11 42 

" J. I. Caldwell, coal 5 00 

" Nourse, Mason & Co., repairs 75 

« II. AV. & G. W. Pierce, lard 8 7o 

Amount carried forward, $574 90 $35,498 66 



$1,725 51 



29 



Amount hrouglit fonvard, $574 90 $35,498 66 

To J. T. Ellis & Co., powder 199 09 

" Norfolk County Journal, printing 712 

" Samuel Little and others, damages 383 00 

" Thomas Dolan, watering streets 1,830 36 

$2,994 47 

Total Expenditure $38,493 13 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860, $554 45. 



WIDENING TREMONT, WASHINGTON, VERNON, 

PLYMOUTH, AND CONSTRUCTING SHORT STREETS. 

Balance undrawn, widening Tremont Street, Feb- 
ruary 1, 1859 65 00 

« « " Washington Street, do. 193 30 

" " " Water Street, do. 682 55 

Received of Stephen P. Fuller, edge stone 184 66 

" Henry S. Blaney, " 49 33 

" Edward Me Guckian, " 25 13 

" George Morrill, " 30 10 

" Hugh McNulty, " 20 00 

" Benjamin Wallace, " 28 40 

" James Murray, " 20 40 

" Adin Partridge, " 32 34 

" James Clark, " 23 94 

" Wentworth & Pierce, loam 75 Oo 

" John C. Seaver, house 2,450 00 

« from LOANS authorized 87,000 00 

$90,880 15 

EXPENDITURES. 

TREMONT STREET. 

To James Davenport, land---- 1,944 70 

" Adin Partridge, " • 630 00 

" James Clark, " • 400 00 

" Stephen P. Fuller and others, " 2,761 71 

" Benjamin Burlingame, " 2,220 00 

" Jeremiah Wetherbee, " • • 1,175 00 

" John McGuckian, " 310 00 

". Gideon B. Richmond, " 746 87 

" Edward McGuckian, " 1,050 00 

" Samuel Train, " 450 00 

" Benjamin B. Tilt and others, " 885 00 

" E. & G. G. Hook, " 2,498 75 

" Chester Guild, " 2,788 34 

" John M. Mayo, " 438 60 

" William Pope, " 376 06 

Amount carried forward, $18,675 03 



30 



Aynount brought forward, $18,675 03 

To Francis Ward, land 1,600 00 

" Calvin B. Faiince, " 1,500 00 

" Michael Hayden, " 1,733 10 

" Isaac H. Carey, " 683 00 

" Samuel A. Way, " 3,038 50 

" James Card, "• 1,906 52 

" Samuel Little and others, Trustees, land--" 2,000 00 

" Tremont Improvement Co., " .... 562 69 

" Amos J. Dean, " 2,094 42 

" Boston Belting Company, " •••• 1,803 60 

" William Gaston and others, " 1,410 84 

" Benjamin Wallace, *' 705 00 

" James Murray, " 540 00 

" Joshua Benson, " 1,754 00 

" James Mellen, removing buildings 3,180 00 

" Brown & Blair, " 1,075 00 

" S. & D. Richards, " 285 00 

" Francis Debrie, damage 50 00 

" Laban S. Beecher, " 900 00 

" J. 1. Caldwell, " 275 00 

" Thomas Riley, " 151 00 

" Frederick Carl, " 175 00 

" Hugh McNulty, " 155 00 

" Joseph Houghton, " 25 00 

" AVilliam Seaver, " 321 12 

«' William H. Starr, " 27 50 

" Thomas Callery, " 20 00 

" Elijah Thayer, " 400 00 

" Abraham S. Parker, " 65 00 

" Benjamin B. Frederick, " 20 00 

" John Scollay, " 10 00 

" Amos R. Ingham, " 12 00 

" James AVatt, " 150 00 

" Ira Allen, " 15 00 

" Patrick Garrety, " 15 00 

" Martin O'Conner, " 25 00 

" William Lennon, " 25 00 

" Thomas Grinham, " 26 00 

" Robert L. Flanders, " 10 00 

» John N. Horn, " 10 33 

" Patrick Lynch, carting gravel 123 50 

" Thomas Dolan, " 608 36 

" Timothy Murphy, « 187 30 

" Michael Gately, " 350 55 

" Michael Fitzmorris, " 289 20 

" Patrick Mc Girl, " 5 80 

" James Carey, " 160 00 

" Thomas Gannon, " 66 00 

» William Clark, " . . .' 307 06 

" Owen Nawn, " 19 50 

" Malachi Kelley, " 17 75 

Arnounl carried funcurd, $49,004 6 7 



31 



Amount brought forward, $49,064 67 

To James Scanlan, carting gravel 18 75 

" Peter Crowley, " 75 

" William Burns, " 33 00 

" Thomas Glennon, " 26 00 

" Charles D. Bickford, " 19 00 

" George Ramsav, " 78 00 

« Phineas B. Smith, " 28 00 

" Jeffrey Holland, " ... 86 00 

" Thomas Grinham, " 123 25 

" James Hanegan, " 19 20 

" Daniel Harrinorton, " 21 30 

" AVilliam R Huston, " 31 00 

« Pay Roll of labor, 2,765 96 

« John Good, labor 12 00 

« Patrick Cahill, " 1 6 50 

« Michael Glvnn, " 12 00 

« Edward McDonough, " 23 00 

« Patrick Murray, " 18 12 

" Michael Donovan, " 4 50 

" John O'Brien, " 4 00 

" Thomas Hamer, " 7 00 

" Patrick Mason, " 4 00 

" Daniel Green, " 5 00 

" Thomas Horton, " 4 00 

" Edward Hardy, " 2 00 

" Michael Follaii, " 6 00 

" Samuel Felton, mason's work 16 80 

" J. T. Ellis & Co., lumber 122 93 

" Patrick H. Rogers, carpenter's woik 275 51 

" Thomas P. Sweat, " 123 03 

" John M. Marston, " 223 13 

" Holman Page, bridge work 1,751 09 

" Ham & Leighton, edge stone 1,153 15 

" George Morrill, examining title 15 00 

" Laban S. Beecher, , services 20 00 

" Calvin B. Faunce, " 10 00 

" Nelson Worthen, " 5 00 

" Gideon B. Richmond, " 1,000 00 

Total expended on Tremont Street, 857,148 64 

WASHINGTON STKEET. 

To Elijah R. Wood, land 226 00 

" Jane S. Haines, " 835 00 

" Lucius M. Sargent, " 745 10 

" Rebecca Parmenter, " 183 60 

" Frances S. Sumner, " 329 60 

" Helen P. Sumner, " 400 80 

" William H. Sumner, " 275 20 

" Valeria S. Williams, " 474 51 

" Timothy Hunt and others, " 182 37 

" John J. Merrill, " 326 24 



Amotinf carrifiiJ fonrard. 



$3,978 42 ?p57,148 64 



,978 42 


$57,148 64 


96 75 




100 10 




23 00 




12 50 




24 37 




7 50 




9 37 




7 50 




22 23 




13 00 




520 00 





32 

Amount Irouglit forward, 
To Thomas Dolan, carting gravel 

" James Carey, " 

" David Green, labor 

" Brien Fitzmorris, " 

" Michael Sweeney, " 

" Michael Dufly, " 

" Patrick Murray, " 

" Patrick Harvey, 

" David McClaren, carpenter's work 

" James H. Wood, damage 

" James Mellen, removing building 

Total expended on Washington Street, $4,814 74 

VEKNON STREET. 

To John J. Merrill, land 975 00 

" Nathaniel Adams, " 170 50 

" Samuel Wiswall, " 15137 

" Thomas S. Monaban, " 150 00 

" Elizabeth C. Haynes, " 137 37 

" Francis Brown and others, damage 125 00 

" Stephen Faunce, " 41 50 

" T. L. D. Perkins, " 150 00 

" Patrick H. Rogers, fence 67 45 

Total expended on Vernon Street, $1,968 19 

PLYMOUTH STREET. 

To Thomas Good, land and damage 1,285 00 

Timothy Good, " " " 1,205 75 

Owen Nawn, " " " 498 00 

Thomas C. Norton, " " " 959 00 

Dennis Mulane, " " " 2,160 00 

Felix Gahery & others, " " " 460 00 

Joseph Griffin, " " " 726 00 

Canterbury Litchfield, " » " 295 70 

John Norton, " " " 1,045 00 

Oliver Tenney, " " " 332 72 

Jeremiah McCarty, " " " 700 50 

Charles Cunningham, " " " 132 72 

S. & D. Richards, removing building 25 00 

John McDermott, labor 3 00 

Bernard Higgins, " ^ 4 00 

Laban S. Beecher & others, referees 30 00 

Total Expenditure on Plymouth Street, $9,862 39 

CONSTRUCTIXG SHORT STREET. 

To Henry S. Blaney, land 2,105 41 

" Abial May, guardian, house, &c 3,535 00 

" William Fellowes, " 2,800 00 

" Sarah & Mary Cummings, land 806 52 

f Lydia B. Stearns, " 438 80 



J^mount carried forioard, $9,685 73 $73,793 96 



Amount brow/Jdfoncard, $9,G85 73 $73,793 96 

To John C. Seaver, land , 134 14 

" Edmund MeElroy, removing building 100 00 

" James Mellen, " 115 00 

" Brown & Blair, " 1 2 75 . 

" I. & H. M. Harmon, piason's work 544 91 

" John (iilbert, carpenter's work 332 4 7 

" Daniel W. Glidden, " 122 32 

" J. M. Marston, " 109 67 

" Patrick H. Rogers, " 44 81 

" Ham & Leighton, stone 163 03 

" Chester M. Gay, copper work 33 47 

" Charles Erskine, painting. 9 50 

" Thomas Gannon, removing trees. • • 9 00 

" Daniel Jackson, removing fence 40 00 

" James Carey, damage , 60 00 

" Pay Roll of labor 235 00 

" Thomas Dolan, carting gravel 71 40 

" Thomas Norton, labor. 8 00 

" James Kenney, " 13 75 

" Edward McDonough, " 12 00 

" John McGinness, " 10 00 

» Michael Duffley, " *. . 15 62 

" Timothy Murphy, " 30 00 

" Owen Nawn, " 33 00 

" Michael Fitzmorris, " 12 00 

" John Dove, hammer 6 55 

Total Expenditure for Short Street, $11,964 12 



Total Expenditure $85,758 08 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860, $5,122 07. 



GRADINGr ALMS-HOUSE LAND. 

APPROPRIATION 2,000 00 

EXPENDITURES. 

To Nelson Worthen, paid for labor 685 31 

" Francis Freeman, " " 288 45 

" Benjamin B. Howe, " " 180 79 

" Charles W. Newell, " " 77 60 

" Joseph B. Young, " " 26 75 

" Swain & Crafts, " " 9 12 

" John F. Newton, " " 12 00 

" H. S. Lawrence, " '' 5 00 

" James B. Page, " " 7 00 

" J. I. Caldwell, " " 19 87 

" Allen Putnam & Co., " " 7 75 

Amount carried forward, $1,319 64 



34 



Amount hrouglit forward, $1,319 64 

To J. T. Ellis & Co., powder 133 15 

" Richard Weeks, blacksmith's work 154 87 

" James Aker, " 88 85 

" William Adams & Co., hammers 78 27 

" Daniel Cummings & Co., pick handles - 11 25 

" Pay Roll of labor 59 37 

" Michael Costello, labor 8 00 

" Patrick Havey, " 29 00 

" Hugh Gunn, " 4 87 

" Patrick Murray, " 7 00 

Total Expenditure 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860, $105 73. 



$1,894 27 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1859 2,501 54 

Appropriation, March, 1859 1,000 00 

APPROPRIATION • 13,510 00 



EXPENDITURES. 
Paid to ENGINEERS— 
To James Munroe, Chief Engineer, 1 year- • • • 

" " " Secretary, 3 months 

" Gilbert S. May, Assistant Engineer 

" Jonas Fillebrown, " 3 months 

" John Withers, " " 

" Reuben Withers, " " 

" Amory F. Sherman, " 9 months 

" " _ " Secretary, " 

" Robert Simpson, Assistant Engineer, " 
" John CuUigin, 

Paid to FIREMEN- 



281 25 
3 75 

80 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
60 00 
11 25 
60 00 
60 00 



of Engine, No. 1 


1,617 50 


" No. 2 


1,609 00 


" No. 6 


1,618 00 


" No. 7 


1,618 00 


of Hook and Ladder Co. 


858 00 


of Hose Co. No. 1 


545 00 



Paid for SUNDRIES for the several Companies — 
ENGINE No. 1. 



To J. I. Caldwell, coal and wood 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove wprk- 

Amount carried forimrd, 



33 87 

15 74 



L 7,011 54 



16 25 



$7,865 50 



$49 61 $8,481 75 



35 

Amount brought forward, $49 61 $8,481 75 

To John A. Scott, blacksmith's work 45 24 

" Hunneman & Co., repairs 25 00 

" John A. Foley, " 7 00 

" Michael Wrin, " 2 04 

" William Morse, carpenter's work 5 00 

" James Johnson, " 22 00 

" Isaac F. Richardson, gas fixtures 140 

" Roxbury Gas Light Co., gas 52 51 

" I. & H. M. Harmon, mason's work 461 

" Francis Freeman, oil 13 17 

" Davis, Polsey & Co., repairs 22 50 

" Joseph W. Winslow, oil 8 72 

" Theodore S. Robinson, ringing bell 14 50 

" John A. Scott, '' 12 50 

" E. A. Hovey, repairs 3 04 

" James H. Pratt, carting hose 32 24 

" John Dove, repairs 6 00 



ENGINE No. 2. 

To J. I. Caldwell, coal 24 30 

" J. E. Adams & Co., coal 8 00 

" Reuben Weeks, blacksmith's work 2 50 

" John A. Scott, " 7 25 

" Benjamin M. Williams, " 6 50 

" Hunneman & Co., repairs 398 50 

" Michael Wrin, '' 99 

" Samuel Felton, " 6 00 

" William Brock, " 3 00 

" Franics W^. Fuller, lock 67 

" Roxbury Gas Light Co., gas 37 45 

" Calvin W. Bates, ringing bell 50 00 

" Joseph W. Winslow, oil 4 00 

" Francis Freeman, sundries 8 90 

" B, F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing 3 75 



ENGINE No. 6. 

To J. I. Caldwell, coal 39 85 

" John W. Lord, stove 28 29 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, " 12 06 

" Reuben Weeks, blacksmith's work 13 00 

" Engine Co. No. 6, springs 95 00 

" Hunneman & Co., repairs 105 75 

" John M. Marston, carpenter's work 67 24 

" William Morse, " 36 6 7 

" Benjamin M. Williams, blacksmith's work 8 61 

" Solomon Sanborn, mason's work 4 00 

" A. G. Chamberlain, repairs 14 75 

" James Nason, brooms, &c. 3 40 

" Charles W. Newell, fluid, &c. 23 69 



527 68 



$561 81 



Amount carried fora-ard, $452 31 $9,371 24 



36 

Amount brougU forward^ $462 31 $9,371 24 

To William Parkinson, carting hose 

" Jamaica Fond Aqueduct Co., water 

" Joseph W. Winslow, oil 

" Francis Freeman, sundries 

" E. W. Noyes, skins 

" P. D. Allen, repairs 

" Roxbury Gas Light Co., gas • • • • • • • 

" James J. Farrell, ringing bell 

" John Dove, glazing • 

" Owen Nawn, gravel 

" Stephen Smith, table, &c. ' • • 

" Smith & TarbfU, chandeliers 

" H. R. Taylor, shades 



;462 


31 


1 


75 


3 


75 


14 


51 


1 


80 


1 


00 


1 


25 


23 


45 


53 


50 


10 


62 


1 


08 


29 


00 


36 


00 


9 


60 



20 


61 


4 


25 


3 


75 


3 


63 


6 


00 


18 


52 


161 


42 


10 


24 


26 


16 


27 


50 


11 


12 


1 


50 


46 


84 


21 


10 


51 


50 



ENGINE No. 7. 

To J. I. Caldwell, coal 

" Allen Putnam & Co,, wood 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stoye work 

" Robert G. Gladstone, " 

" John Brooks, mason's work • • • 

" John M. Marston, carpenter's work 

" Hunneman & Co., repairs 

" Joseph W. Sweat, " 

" Chester M. Gay, " 

" William Clark, carting 

" U. T. Brownell, painting, &c. 

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

" William Seaver, sundries 

" Jamaica Poud Aqueduct Co., water 

" Phineas Colburn, ringing bell- • • 



HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY. 

To J. L Caldwell, coal 11 15 

" J. E. Adams & Co., fuel 5 50 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work 18 29 

" John A. Scott, blacksmith's work 10 50 

" Benjamin M. Williams, " 4 50 

" John H. Hawes, hardware 2 50 

" George H. Williams, strainer 50 

" Z. C. & M. G. Field, oil, &c. 4 43 

" C. M. Gay, repairs 4 25 

" Hunneman & Co., " 855 79 

" Hiram Carleton, harness 61 00 

" E. T. Northend, horse hire ■ 209 75 

" James Welch, cleaning harness 3 00 

" Roxbury Gas Light Co., gas 35 35 



$639 62 



$413 64 



$726 51 



Aiiiounl carried forward, $11,151 01 



3T 

Atnount hrouglit forioard, $11,151 01 

HOSE COMPANY No. 1. 

To J. I. Caldwell, coal 1160 

" Allen Putnam & Co., fuel 11 00 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove Avork 1 50 

" Michael AVrin, " 4 75 

" Hunneman & Co., repairs 95 40 

" John H. Moses, carting 1 00 

" F. F. Morey, " 3 38 

" AVilliam H. Ford, horse hire 3 00 

" Charles G. Green, repairs 5 00 

" Joseph W. Winslow, oil, 17 60 

" Francis Freeman, oil, &c. 32 60 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing 75 



Paid for SUNDRIES not otherwise enumerated — 

To eTames Boyd & Sons, hose 

" Edward A. G. Roulstone, caps 

" Hunneman & Co., repairs, No. 3 

" Charles G. Green, filling reservoirs 

" James H. Roach, " 

" Engine Co. No. 6, " 

" George S. Head, " 

" Thomas Gavin, " 

" Cochituate Hose Co., " 

" James T. Cole, " 

" Joseph W. Sweat, " 

" Phineas Colburn, care of reservoirs 

" Joseph W. Sweat, " " 

" Charles H. Morse, reservoir covers 

" William Morse, " 

" John M. Marston, repairs 

" Johnson & Leavitt, " • 

" Leonard Hall, " 

" James G. Miller, " 

" A. G. Chamberlain, hose straps 

" T. D. Mulrey, brackets 

" Hook & Ladder, Co., refreshments for out of 

town Companies 

" D. A. Brown, for do. 

" Benjamin Franklin, horse hire 

" John Mahoney, care of No. 3 

" Norfolk County Journal, printing 

" Blodget & Sutherland, carpenter's work 

" Pratt & Smith, spanners 

" W. & A. Bacon, cloth 

" James H. Pratt, carting 

" H. S. Lawrence, rubber coats 

" Boston Belting Co., hose 

" John Tirrell, carting 

" Bell & Bailey, " 

Amount carried forward, $1,822 65 $11,338 59 



830 69 




120 15 




2G8 83 




28 00 




5 00 




15 00 




4 00 




69 00 




15 00 




15 50 




5 25 




62 00 




34 25 




6 00 


» 


4 25 




35 11 




12 33 




13 50 




10 32 




23 25 




2 50 




10 00 




9 90 




8 25 




12 50 




22 62 




31 14 




18 84 




2 00 




15 36 




45 06 




56 80 




7 00 




3 25 





38 

Amount brought forward, $1,822 65 Sll,338 59 

To Joseph Hastings, ringing bell 25 00 

" Francis Freeman, " • • 50 00 

" William E. Hicks, " 25 00 

" Swain & Craft, wash leather 3 98 

" Williams & Everett, frames- •• 8 17 

" J. D. F. Wilcox horse hire 5 50 

" E. T. Northend, " 7 00 

" John Backup, stationery 8 35 

" Phineas D. Allen, repairs 8 50 

" W. A.. M. Fillebrown, painting signs 8 00 

" A. D. Williams, rent of Engine-house 62 50 

" Ebenezer Chamberlain, wheelwright's work- • 20 45 

" Henry Pratt, repairing locks 26 02 

" George Onion, sponge 5 40 

" Solomon Sanborn, mason's work 20 50 

" John D. Pierce, wheelwright's work 4 00 

" Joseph J. Allison, iron work 23 27 

" Owen Nawn, filling 42 95 

" Jamaica Pond Aqueduct Co., hydrants 127 16 

" Charles Stanwood, " 90 75 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, repairs 2 00 

" George Leonard, Jr., " 1 1 35 

" Townsend & Stone, fluid 1 73 

" Simeon Stubbs, iron work ' 2 50 

" William N. Felton, services 21 46 

. $2,434 19 



Total Expenditure $13,772 78 

Transferred to Contingent Appropriation, 1859-60 713 ('9 



$14,485 87 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1860, $2,525 67. 



NEW ENGINE-HOUSE. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1859 19 40 

APPROPRIATION • - • ■ 2,000 00 

Received of W. B. May, for old Engine-hoiise • • • 128 00 
Transferred from Contingent Appropriation, 

1859-60 630 00 

EXPENDITURES. 

To Amos Quimby, driving piles 141 95 

" A. C. Sanborn, capping 51 75 

" Caleb Stowell, contract, &c. 2,196 62 

" Jewell & Shaw, carpenter's work 1G3 79 

" Chester M. Gay, copper work 4147 

Amount carried forward, $2,595 58 



2,777 40 



39 

Amount hr ought forward, $2,595 58 

To H. & C. Stowell, mason's work 3 70 

" William M. Daniel, stone work 2 25 

" I. F. Richardson, piping 35 47 

" John R. Hall, plan 65 00 

" Jamaica Pond Aqueduct Co., pipe 6 00 < 

" Alonzo W. Folsom, superintending 50 00 

Total Expenditure $2,758 00 

Transferred to Contingent Appropriation, 1859-60 19 40 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1860, nothing. 



2,777 40 



RESERVOIRS AND HYDRANTS. 

APPROPRIATION $2,000 00 

EXPENDITURES. 

To Solomon Sanborn, constructing reservoirs $1,700 00 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860, $300 00. 



WATCH AND POLICE. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1859 983 44 

Appropriation, April, 1859 2,000 00 

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation, 

1858-9 296 45 

Received of P. S. Wheelock, Standing Justice of 

the Police Court, officers' fees 2,838 88 

" Benjamin Meriam, fines and fees- • • 600 00 

APPROPRIATION • 12,000 00 



EXPENDITURES. 

To Benjamin Meriam, City Marshal 821 25 

" Joseph Hubbard, police and watchman 795 50 

" William D. Cook, " " 77512 

" Hawley Folsom, " " 787 00 

" Samuel Mcintosh, " " 786 33 

" Matthew Clark, " " 789 65 

" Jeremiah M. Swett, " " 790 00 

" Hiram A. Campbell, " " 783 25 

" Zebedee C. Perry, " " 468 62 

" Henry L. Ford, " « 720 37 

Amount carried forward, $7,517 09 



3,718 77 



40 



Amount irought forward, 
To Edward F. Mecuen, police and ■watchman, 
" Elbridge G. Cobb, 

" Joseph Parker, " " 

" William E. Hicks, " " 

" Francis D. Brown, " " 

" Joseph Hastings, " " 

" Thomas Culligin, " " 

" James Staniels, " ' 

" Ezekiel Merrill, " " 

" John I. Hastings, " " 

" George R. Matthews, " ' 

" Sylvester E. Partridge, " ' 

" Morrill P. Berry, " ' 

" William D. Cook, 2d, " " 

" Luke Jewett, " '* 

" John H. Holden, " ' 

" William N. Hastings, " " 

•' Moses N. Hubbard, " ' 

" Joseph Hubbard, 2d, " " 

" James D. Loker, " ' 

" N. Y. Culbertson, " " 

" William Clark, " " 

" Mason G. Field, " " 

" William F. Tillson, " " 

" Elkanah S. Atwood, " " 

" Augustus L. Litchfield, " " 

" Silas Dole, " " 

" Joshua Anderson, " " 

" William Farrington, " " 

" James Munroe, " " 

" Benjamin Meriam, railroad fares and carriage 

hire 

" Peter S. Wheelock, witness fees 

*' Hiram A. Campbell, supplies 

" Thomas Carroll, burying offal 

" George Jones, " 

" Francis W. Fuller, hardware 

" N. B. & N. A. Doggett, rattles 

" Augustus Bopp, buckets 

" William Weymouth, carpenter's work- • • 
" William Morse, " 

" Charles A. Beal, bedding 

" John J. Merrill, horse hire 

" Benjamin Franklin, " 

" E. t. Northend, " 

" William J. Mathes, " 

" J]benezer Jeffers, beds 

" W. & A. Bacon, blankets • 

" Calvin Bird & Co., stove work 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, " 

" Joseph J. Allison, iron work 

" Henry R. Taylor, curtains 

Amount carried forward, 



$7,517 


09 


717 


77 


720 


87 


749 


87 


735 


27 


156 


87 


714 


87 


719 


87 


730 


37 


736 


87 


557 


50 


354 


50 


187 


62 


58 


00 


50 


25 


63 


00 


33 


37 


18 


50 


65 


50 


2 


00 


9 


50 


8 


00 


3 


50 


5 


50 


5 


50 


5 


50 


3 


50 


45 


50 


1 


50 


2 


00 


55 


00 


405 


34 


110 


37 


51 


37 


207 


35 


79 


62 


10 


81 


19 


00 


6 


20 


10 


00 


9 


62 


37 


48 


10 


75 


10 


25 


18 


75 


131 


00 


11 


00 


3 


00 


75 


40 


1 


75 


6 


97 


26 


84 


$16,277 


83 



41 

Amount hrouglit forioard, $16,277 83 

To B. F. & G. H. Wiggln, glazing 3 75 

" Swain & Craft, brooms, &c. 5 68 

" Francis Freeman, " 2 15 * 

" George E. Harrington, hanging bell 2 25 

" Nelson Worthen, sundries 96 

" William N. Felton, cleaning 8 00 

" William E. Hicks, posting notices 29 00 

" Henry Pratt, keys 65 

« J. I. Caldwell, coal 2 50 

" John Backup, stationery 45 55 

" Norfolk County Journal, printing 124 23 

Total Expenditure $16,502 55 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860, $2,216 22. 



POLICE COUET. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1859 313 07 

Received from Peter S. Wheelock, Standing Jus- 
tice of the Police Court 1,872 15 



,185 22 



EXPENDITURES. 

To Peter S. Wheelock, Standing Justice 1,000 00 

" " " printing, stationery and 

witness fees 888 68 

" Norfolk County Journal, printing 163 00 

" Samuel Mcintosh, clock • 18 00 

" Calvin Bird & Co., stove work 1 7 40 

" John Backup, stationery 8 73 

Total Expenditure $2,095 81 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860, $89 41. 



LAMPS. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1859 1,341 50 

Appropriation, April, 1859 1,500 00 

APPROPRIATION 11,000 00 



$13,841 50 



EXPENDITURES. 

To Roxbury Gas Light Co., gas 5,040 64 

" " " " lighting 1,965 00 

" " " " repairs 433 04 

« Thomas Simmons, fluid 1,172 82 



Amount carried forward^ $8,611 50 

6 



42 



Amount hrougTit forward, $8,611 50 

To Daniel T. Pond, lighting 265 79 

" Joseph Tarker, " 182 29 

" Josiaht). Jenness, " 11 25 

" Henry L. Ford, " 86 17 

" Edward Ross, " 15 00 

" John W. Hall, " ••••• 72 45 

" James D. Loker, " 12 50 

" Joseph Beagly, " 51 51 

" James Hanson, " 103 32 

" David Howe, " 117 92 

" Thomas S. Hodge, repairs 34 11 

" Nathan Stone, Jr., " 41 66 

" Ivory Skillin, " 38 80 

" Michael Wrin, " 1 7 88 

" Johnson & Leavitt, " • 5 00 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, " 7 75 

" Granville W Wilson, " 9 90 

" William J. Dolan, " 5 50 

" Owen Nawn, " 2 83 

" Robert G. Gladstone, " 4 84 

" Patrick H. Rogers, " 2 00 

" Wilham Brock, " 10 90 

" John A. Scott, " 10 00 

" Simeon Stubbs, " 20 12 

" William Weymouth, " 22 95 

" George H. Williams, lamp posts 317 14 

" F. J. Davis, " • ■ 10 00 

" John W. Lord, lanterns 349 75 

" John Backup, printing 3 25 

" Norfolk County Journal, " 23 50 

" William N. Felton, measuring fluid 50 00 

Total Expenditure 

Transferred to Contingent Appropriation, 1859-60 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860, $2,823 88. 



$10,517 58 
500 04 

$11,017 62 



SEWERS AND SURVEYING FOR SEWERS. 

APPROPRIATION by Loans authorized $17,000 00 

EXPENDITURES. 

FELLOWES STREET SEWER. 

To John T. Ellis & Co., lumber 713 96 

" William Morse, labor 2,596 50 

" Simeon Stubbs, blacksmith's work 22 68 

" Michael W. Dolan, carting 27 00 

" George Coyle, " 8 00 

Total of Fellowes Street Sewer Expenditure $3,368 14 

Amount carried forioard, $3,368 14 



43 

Amount hrougJit forward, $3,368 14 

PLYMOUTH STREET SEWER. 

To Nelson Curtis, building sewer 3,435 10 

" Owen Nawn, raising grade 2,990 66 

" Solomon Sanborn, superintending 116 00 

" William A. Garbett, surveying • • • 79 75 

" John M. Marston, labor 30 00 

Total Expenditure for Plymouth Street Sewer- • • $6,651 51 

DAVIS STREET SEWER. 

To Nelson Curtis, building sewer 1,135 17 

" Pierce & Tarbell, " -• • • 1,133 00 

" C. C. Barney, " 414 00 

" Ham & Leigh ton, brick and cement 432 26 

" George Curtis, lumber 782 72 

" J. E. Adams & Co., spikes 34 24 

" Owen Nawn, labor 74 00 

" Lawrence Watson, " 11 00 

Total Expenditure on Davis Street Sewer • $4,016 39 

SURVEYING FOR SEWERS. 

To William L. Dearborn, superintending 750 00 

" Shed & Edson, surveying 435 50 

" AVilliam H. Bradley, " 324 75 

" Theodore B. Moses, " 331 00 

" F. A. Pelby, drawing plans 210 00 

" M. J. Whipple, drawing paper, &c. 35 60 

Total for Surveying, &c. ■ $2,086 85 

Total Expenditure $16,122 89 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860, $877 11. 



LAND, SHAWMUT AVENUE. 

LOAN authorized 12,000 00 

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation, 

1859-60 120 39 

$12,120 39 

EXPENDITURE. 
To Charles M. Ellis, for land $12,120 39 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860, nothing. 



44 



HIGHLAND PAEK. 

Transferred from Contingent Expenses, 1859-60 Sl,152 00 

EXPENDITURES. 

To Chase Brothers & Co., iron fence 300 00 

" Ham & Leighton, edge stone 114 38 

" Patrick H. Rogers, carpenter's work 5 00 

" John Fay, labor 26 50 

" Michael Carnes, " 3150 

" Patrick Gurry, « 20 50 

" Michael Finerty, " 21 50 

" Patrick FoUan, " • • •' 6 00 

" Peter Brannon, " 5 00 

" John Fay, 2d, " 6 00 

" Thomas Glennon, " 18 00 

" Thomas Gannon, " 597 62 

Total Expenditure $1,152 00 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860, nothing. 



STATE TAX. 

APPROPRIATION • ■ 4,744 20 

Received from the Town of West Roxbury its 

proportion of the State Tax 1,864 80 

EXPENDITURES. 

To Moses Tenney, Jr., Treasurer of the Common- 
wealth of Massachusetts 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860, nothing. 



5,609 00 



$6,609 00 



COUNTY TAX. 

APPROPRIATION • • 10,035 00 

Received from the Town of West Roxbury its 

proportion of the County Tax 3,944 45 

EXPENDITURES. 

To C. C. Churchill, Treasurer of the County of 
Norfolk 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860, nothing. 



$13,979 45 



$13,979 45 



45 



MILITAEY SERVICES. 

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation, 

1859-60 • • • S442 50 

EXPENDITURES. 
To Roxbury City Guard • ^442 50 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860, nothing. 



DISCOUNT ON TAXES. 

APPROPRIATION '•'■•• 5,600 00 

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation, 

1859-60 ■•■ 481 54 

$6,081 54 

EXPENDITURES. 

To Discount on Taxes paid prior to Oct. 1, 1859 $6,081 54 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860, nothing. 



ABATEMENT OF TAXES. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1859 » . . . . 12 

APPROPRIATION • • • • • • 2,000 00 

Transferred from Contingent Appropriation, 

1859-60 • 208 46 

$2,208 58 

EXPENDITURES. 

To Abatements allowed by Assessors 2,208 46 

Transferred to Contingent Appropriation, 1859-60 1 2 

Total Expenditure • $2,208 58 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860, nothing. 



CITY DEBT AND INTEREST. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1859 2,618 82 

Received from sales of Brook Farm 1,953 40 

" " Munroe Land 1,200 20 

" " Stony Brook Land 3,868 61 

" " Land Marcella Street 560 00 

APPROPRIATION 35,500 00 

LOAN authorized 22,500 00 

$68,201 53 



46 



EXPENDITURES. 

To Institution for Savings, Roxbury, principal and 

interest 

" Town of West Roxbury, principal and interest' 
" City Treasurer, or order, " " 

" Benjamin A. Smith, Trustee, " " 

" Cynthia Stillings, " _ " 

" Commonwealth of Massachusetts, interest 
" James Parker, Trustee, " 

" Abigail Seaver, " 

" George W. Seaver, " 

" George Seaver, " 

" Mary Jones, " 

" Sarah Jones, " 

" Charles Humphrey, " 

" Samuel Kendall, " 

" David A. Simmons, " 

" Elijah Lewis, " 

" Joseph W. Dudley, " 

" Elizabeth D. Brigham, " 

" Boston Provident Institution^ " 

" Nelson Curtis, " 

" Catherine Crane, " 

" James H. Wilkins, " 

" Suffolk Savings Bank, " 

" Rockland Bank, " 

" Charles M. Ellis, 

" David W. Williams, thirtieth payment 
Alms-house land 

Total Expenditure 



34,324 


16 


12,471 


8,9 


5,422 


50 


5,150 


00 


2,180 


00 


1,680 


00 


1,080 


00 


462 


00 


66 


00 


132 


00 


120 


00 


120 


00 


120 


00 


240 


00 


660 


GO 


240 


00 


60 


00 


120 


00 


540 


00 


60 


00 


60 


00 


60 


00 


1,430 


00 


50 


00 


360 


00 


150 


00 



57,358 55 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1860, $842 98. 



SALAKIES OF CITY OFFICEKS. 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1859 1,287 50 

Transfer from Contingent Appropriation, 1858-9 50 00 

APPROPRIATION • • 6,600 00 

EXPENDITURES. 

To Theodore Otis, Mayor 1,250 00 

" Joseph W. Tucker, City Clerk 1,150 00 

" Franklin Williams, Clerk of Common Council 200 00 

" Joseph W. Dudley, Treasurer and Collector- • 1,400 00 

" William Gaston, City Solicitor 800 00 

" Ariel I. Ciimmings, City Physician • • • • ■ 150 00 

*' Laban S. Beecher, Assessor 300 00 

AmuLiiU carried furward, $5,250 00 



$7,937 50 



47 

Amount hrougJit forward^ $5,250 00 

To Joshua Seaver, Assessor and Secretary 400 00 

" William Rumrill, Assessor 300 00 

" Joseph Bugbee, Assistant Asssessor • • • 20 00 

" Gera Farnum, " 20 Oo 

" Sylvester Ward, " 20 00 

" Daniel W. Glidden, " 20 00 

" William Barton, » 20 00 

" William Felton, City Messenger 550 00 

Total Expenditure S6,600 00 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1860, Sl,337 50. 



GENERAL CONTINGENT EXPENSES AND MIS- 
CELLANEOUS CLAIMS. 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1859 756 35 

APPROPRIATION 7,000 00 

Sundry transfers 3,541 56 

Overplus in casting taxes 1,029 84 

Received of George B. Davis, rent of house • • • 200 00 

" Mrs. Mercy Newell, " "... 222 33 

" George Curtis, rent of wharf 330 00 

" Calvin C. Dunbar, rent of land, 1858 20 00 
" Andrew W. Newman, income of hay 

scales 145 50 

« Joseph W. Tucker, office fees 235 25 

« " " " dog licenses 1,110 00 

" Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

City's share of School Fund- • • 859 74 

« Same, for pay of Militia 300 00 

" " " rent of Armory 175 00 

— — $15,925 57 
EXPENDITURES. 

Paid for PRINTING, ADVERTISING, STATIO:t?ERY 
AND BOOKS— 

To Norfolk County Journal, printing • • 578 44 

" John M. Hewes, " 714 62 

" Charles O. Rogers, advertising 13 00 

" Atlas and Daily Bee, " 4 37 

" Boston Daily Advertiser, " • 3 06 

" John Backup, stationery 32 40 

" A. F. Graves, " 2 75 

" Aaron R. Gay, " ■ 160 06 

" John H. BufFord, lithographing 64 50 

" Benjamin Bradley, binding • • 59 23 

" Phineas Libbey, " • 74 93 

" W. S. Stodder, " 9 00 

$1,716 36 

Amount carried forward, $1,716 36 



48 



Amount hrought forward, 

Paid for NOTIFYING AND ATTENDING MEET- 
INGS, USE OF ROOMS, DISTRIBUTING EN- 
VELOPES, AND PAY OF WARD OFFICERS— 

To pay of Ward Officers • • • • • 190 50 

" E.G.Cobb, notifying and attending meetings 25 50 

" Henry L. Ford, '" " " •• S3 50 

" Joseph Parker, " " " ■ • 22 GO 

" E. F. Mecuen, " " " • • 23 50 

« Morrill P. Berry, » " " •• 19 50 

" Ezekiel Merrill, " " " • • 6 00 

" N. Y. Culbertson, " " " • • 6 00 

" Sylvester E. Partridge, " " • • 35 00 

" E. W. Farr, " " • • 1 50 

" William E. Hicks, posting notices 24 00 

" Henry Basford, envelope distribution 1 50 

" Phineas Colburn, " " 3 50 

" Tremont Baptist Society, rent 50 00 



1,716 86 



^442 00 



Paid for SUNDRIES NOT OTHERWISE ENUME- 
RATED— 



To Theodore B. Moses, surveying 

« William A. Garbett, _ " 

" Roxbury City Guard, firing salute • • • 
" " " rent of armory • 

" Thomas Culligin, ringing bell 

" Joseph Hastings, 

" Ephraim S. Mullikin, 

" Thomas Powell, 

" Thomas Coan, 

" N. D. Rich, 

" T. S. Robinson, 

" J. W. Anderson, repairing flagstaff 

^' T. D. Mulrey, bust of Warren 

" Phineas Drew, refreshments, 1858 

" Dunn & Jones, " 1859 

" Parker & Mills, " " 

" I. F. Richardson, gas fixtures 

" William Morse, repairs 

" A. W. Folsom, " • . • 

" David H. Joyce, " 

" Samuel S. Chase, " 

" True Russell, " 

" John M. Marston, " 

" Patrick H. Rogers, labor, truant children 

" William Pope & Son, lumber 

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

" I. & H. M. Harmon, mason's work 

" Gore, Rose & Co., paving 

" Michael Murray, labor 

*' Daniel Green, " 



720 80 



11 


25 


200 


00 


300 


00 


16 


00 


8 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


4 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


12 


50 


300 


00 


200 


00 


263 


50 


144 


50 


54 


13 


224 


00 


2 


00 


4 


00 


6 


96 


8 


00 


39 


75 


240 


57 


11 


25 


152 


96 


592 


94 


4 


83 


4 


00 


4 


00 



4?7JOMn< carried forward., 



J,537 94 $2,158 36 



49 

Amount brought forward, $3,537 94 $2,158 36 

To James Carey, gravel 20 00 

" Thomas S. Hodge, painting 32 10 

" Roxbury Gas Light Co., gas 296 10 

" E. T. Northend, carriage hire 66 75 

" Benjamin Franklin, " 5 50 

" William J. Mathes, " 70 00 

" Luke Jewett, " 16 75 

" J.J.Merrill, " H 75 

"L.A.Hitchcock, _ " 10 50 

" A. W. Newman, weighing • 37 07 

" Henrv A. Davis, repairing scales 66 50 

" Fairbanks & Brown, " 15 00 

" Reuben Weeks, iron work 19 23 

" Smith, Felton & Co., iron doors 80 00 

" William Brock, iron work 5 00 

" James Aker, " 15 36 

" John A. Scott, " 10 00 

" J. C. Buchanan, " 30 00 

" Johnson & Eaton, lightning rods 38 56 

" E. Howard & Co., clocks ■ •" 32 00 

" Parker Fowle & Sons, carpets 26 23 

" Nelson Worthen, rent 50 00 

" Enos Foord, recording 7 00 

" W. N. Felton, cleaning room 24 32 

" Joseph W. Dudley, " 17 50 

" J. I. Caldwell, coal 278 57 

" Alvah Dunakia, charcoal 3 00 

" Daniel Tiffany, " 9 33 

" Rebecca Harrington, damages 30 00 

" Daniel McClusky, " 10 00 

" George Leonard, " 25 00 

" William H. Mcintosh, " • • • • • 40 00 

" William E. Woodward, land 325 00 

" Simon Green, right of drain 50 00 

<' Arthur W. Austin and others, referees 125 00 

" Holman Page, " 2 00 

" Ivory Harmon, " 2 00 

" TiUson Williams, " 2 00 

" Sylvester E. Partridge, paid witness fees 58 00 

" Willian Gaston, paid for copies 38 62 • 

" Joshua Seaver, " " 29 00 

" Joseph Higgins, copies 5 00 

" Joseph W. Dudley, clerk hire 50 00 

" George Lewis, fares 1 81 

" (ieorge Frost, paid for reward 200 00 

" I. S. Burrell, postage 82 04 

" E. B. Scott, repairs on pump 35 25 

" John W. Lord, ventilators 26 47 

" Swain & Craft, brooms, &c. 13 98 

" George L. Richardson, labor 24 27 

" Abraham F. Howe, commissions 5 00 

Amount carried forward, $6,012 50 $2,158 36 

7 



50 

Amount brought forward, S6,012 50 $2,158 36 

To Stephen Smith, desk 30 00 

" Moses Gragg, taking census 195 00 

" B. F. & G. H. Wiggin, glazing 26 34 

" Henry Pratt, repairing locks 12 47 

" Jonas Pierce, Jr., cleaning 2 75 

" John Dove, painting 22 91 

" Colburn's Express, carting 50 

" T. D. Mulrey. cutting letfers 7 00 

" J. M. Swett, killing dogs 40 50 

" Joseph Hubbard, " 1150 

" Matthew Clark, " 35 00 

" Cook & Perry, " 68 00 

" Hawley Folsom, " 3 00 

" Ezekiel Merrill, " _ 3 00 

" J. S. Waterman, repairs 3 36 

" Ham & Leighton, lime, &c. 20 00 

" George Onion, sundries 2 00 

" Rufus Wyman, examining titles 160 00 

» William S. Leland, " 40 65 

" James Ritchie, evening school 300 00 

" Arial I. Cummings, extra services 100 00 

" Joseph W. Winslow, rent 12 00 

" Balch & Son, cleaning clock 1 50 

" Edward Holden, indexing 4 00 

" J. C. Seaver, return of deaths 26 64 

" E. M. Stoddard & Co., ice 14 00 

" White & King, mounting plans 10 00 

" James H. Wood, mats, &c. 3 75 

" Fillebrown & Holbrook, stove work 23 25 

" Owen Nawn, labor on drain 55 00 

" R. H. Wiswall, varnishing 8 75 

" Jonas Pierce, Jr., labor 16 00 

" City Mutual Insurance Co., insurance 120 00 

" Norfolk Mutual Insurance Co., " 74 00 

" Caleb Stowell, stone work 127 49 

" James Hall, lettering lamps 31 42 

" H. E. Woodbridge, services 15 25 

" Storey & May, professional services 50 00 

" Franklin Winchester, Harbor Master 37 50 

" Patrick D. Kenney, labor • • • • 37 50 

" Ezra Young, paid for " 4 50 

" William Hewitt, paper hanging 9 95 

" George Newton, carting- • • 1 00 

" Charles A. Beal, furniture 19 50 

" F. W. Fuller, hardware 2 06 

" Melzar Waterman, rent 12 00 

$7,813 54 

Total Expenditure $9,971 90 



51 



TRANSFERS— 

To repairs of Highways 18 35 

" House Ofial 274 14 

" Watch and Police • 296 45 

" Salaries of City Officers 50 00 

« Land of C. M. Ellis 120 39 

" New Engine-house 630 00 

" Militia 442 50 

" Discount on Taxes 481 54 

" Abatement of Taxes 208 46 

" New School-houses 347 31 

" House Offal 1,000 00 

" Highland Park 1,152 00 



),021 14 



$14,993 04 



Balance undrawn February 1, 1860, $932 53, 



52 



TABLE 

OF APPROPKIATIONS, EXPENDITURES, TRANSFERS AND BALANCES. 

1859-60. 



Appropriations. 



Appropriated. 



Expended. 



Transfers. 



Balances. 



For Public Schools, including 
salaries of Teachers, Fuel, 
and Contingent Expenses . 

Enlargement of the Dearborn 
School House 

Enlargement of the Comins 
School House 

Eoxbury Grammar School . 

Support of Poor 

House Offal 

Highways, Bridges and Side- 
walks 

Widening Tremont Street . . 
" Washington Street 
" Vernon Street . . 
" Plymouth Street . 

Constructing Short Street . . 

Eire Department 

New Engine House .... 

Reservoirs 

Grading Alms House Land . 

Watch and Police .... 

Police Court 

Lamps 

State Tax 

County Tax 

Military Services 

Discount on Taxes .... 

Abatement of Taxes . . . 

Eellowes Street Sewer . . . 

Plymouth Street Sewer . . 

Davis Street Sewer .... 

Surveying for Sewers . . . 

Land of C. M. Ellis . . . 

Highland Psirk 

Salaries of City Officers . . 

City Debt and Interest . . 

Contingent Expenses . . . 



$51,427 85 



I le. 



347 31 



3,100 00 

10,477 63 

2,378 78 

39,047 58 



- 90,880 15 



17,011 

2,777 
2,000 
2,000 

18,718 
2,185 

13,841 
6,609 

13,979 

442 

6,081 

2,208 



17,000 00 



12,120 

1,152 

7,937 

68,201 

15,925 



$40,936 44 

( 10,287 29 

( 9,060 02 

2,450 00 

8,352 82 

2,281 14 



$1,453 69 



763 60 



38,493 

57,148 
4,814 
1,968 
9,862 

11,964 

13,772 
2,758 
1,700 
1,894 

16,502 
2,095 

10,517 
6,609 

13,979 
442 
6,081 
2,208 
3,368 
6,651 
4,016 
2,086 

12,120 
1,152 
6,600 

67,358 
9,971 



713 09 
19 40 



500 04 



12 



5,021 14 



,037 72 



650 00 

1,361 21 

97 64 

554 45 



5,122 07 



2,525 67 

300 00 
105 73 

2,216 22 
89 41 

2,823 88 



877 11 



1,337 50 
842 98 
932 53 



$416,851 79' $389,506 59 



i,471 08, $28,874 12 



53 



AMOUNT OF CITY DEBT. 



Dates of Notes. 



Oct. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

JNov. 

June 

July 

March 

JMov. 

Nov. 

March 

Aug. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Feb, 

Feb. 

Feb. 

April 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

JNov. 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

May 

Jan. 

June 

July 

Jan. 

Jan. 



To whom Payable. 



Interest. 



12, 1859 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 

11, I860 Iiisiiluiion for Savings, Hoxbury 
1, 1860 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 
7, 1860 Institution for Savings, Koxbiiry 
1, 1834 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 

30, 1853 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 

17, 1855 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 
1, 1855 Commonwealth of Massachu- 
setts, 

n, 1851 David A. Simmons .... 

24, 1851 Nelson Curtis 

15, 1854 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 
26, 1854 Charles Humphrey .... 

1, 1853 Sarah Jones 

1, 1835 Mary Jones, 

23, 1835 City Treasurer, or order . . 
22, 1855 City Treasurer, or order . . 

12, 1855 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 
1, 1856 James Parker, Trustee . . . 
1, 1852 Jeremiah H. Wilkins . . . 
1, 1852 City Treasurer, or order . . 
1, 1832 James Parker, Trustee . . . 

20, 1852 Abigail Seaver 

20, 1852 George Seaver 

20, 1852 George W. Seaver .... 

30, 1852 Samuel Kendall 

1, 1852 City Treasurer, or order, . . 
1, 1852 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 
1, 1857 Provident Institution Tor Savings, 
Boston, 

18, 1833 Suffolk Savings Bank . . . 
1, 1853 City Treasurer, or order . . 
1, 1836 Commonwealth of Massachu- 
setts, 

1, 1838 City Treasurer, or order, . . 

11, 1858 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 
1, 1834 City Treasurer, or order . . 

17, 1854 Cynthia Stillings . . . . . 
1, 1856 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 

25, 1855 City Treasurer, or order . . . 

12, 1833 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 
1, 1855 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 

1, 1856 Elijah Lewis 

1, 1856 Joseph W. Dudley .... 

18, 1856 Catherine Crane 

18, 1856 City Treasurer, or order . . . 

25, 1856 City Treasurer, or order . , 
4, 1857 Elizabeth D. Brigham, . . . 

28, 1856JInstitulion for Savings, Roxbury" 
1, 1858 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 

26, 1858 Suffolk Savings Bank . . . 
1, 1859 Institution for Savings, Roxbury 

29, I839i Institution for Savings, Roxbury 



per cent 
Si 

H 
^h 

I' 

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 

§* 



When Payable. 



Oct. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
JNov. 
Nov. 
June 
July 

March 

Nov. 

Nov. 

March 

Sept. 

Ian. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

May 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Dec. 
Jan. 
Sept. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

JNov. 

Jan. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

May 

Jan. 

June 

July 

Jan. 

Jan. 



Amount. 



1860 
1860 
1860 
1860 
1860 
1860 
J 860 

1860 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1861 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 

i; 

1862 
1863 
1863 



1 

1863 
1863 
1864 
1 

1864 
1863 
1865 
1863 
1865 
1865 
1865 
1865 
1863 
1865 
1866 
1866 
1866 
1869 
29 1869 



Amount carried forward, 



,g 12,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 
3,000 00 
6,000 00 
2,000 00 
6,000 00 

8,000 00 
11,000 00 
1,000 00 
6,000 00 
2.000 CO 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
6,000 00 
8,000 00 
1,000 00 
6,000 00 
10,000 00 
7,700 00 
2,200 00 
1,100 00 
4,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 

9,000 00 

13,000 00 

6,000 00 

20,000 00 

3,000 00 

5,300 00 

9,000 00 

1,000 00 

12,000 00 

1,000 00 

11,000 00 

6,000 00 

4,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

2,000 00 

2,000 00 

4,000 00 

10,000 00 

13,000 00 

11,000 00 

4,000 00 

5266,600 00 



54 



CITY DEBT — Continued, 



Date of Notes. 



Dec. 


1 


1859 


April 


15, 


1859 


April 


14, 


i8oy 


May 


5, 


185'J 


JVlay 


16, 


1859 


July 


15, 


1859 


July 


26, 


1859 


Oct. 


27, 


1859 


JNov. 


1 


1839 


Dec. 


1, 


1859 


Dec. 


21, 


1859 


Dec. 


30, 


1869 


Jan. 


14, 


1860 


JMay 


9, 


1859 


May 


h 


1839 



To whom Payable. 



Amount brought forward, 
InsliUition for Savings, Koxbury 
Mary and Sarah Jones . 
City Treasurer, or order 
City Treasurer, or order 
City Treasurer, or order 
(Jily Treasurer, or order 
Ciiy Treasurer, or order 
City Treasurer, or order 
Cily Treasurer, or order 
Institution lor Savings, Roxbury 
Institution for Savings, Roxbury 
Cily Treasurer, or order, . . 
Institution lor Savings, Roxbury 
Trustees of Comins Fund . . 
Commissioners of Forest Hills 
Cemetery 



Interest. 


When Payable. 


Amount. 


percent. 






^266,500 00 


bh 


Dec. 


1,1861 


7,0U0 00 


H 


April 


15, 1869 


2,000 00 


Si 


April 


14, 1869 


10,000 00 


3i 


May 


6, 1869 


20,000 00 


5h 


May 


16, 1869 


12,000 00 


H 


July 


15, 1869 


10,000 00 


bh 


July 


26, 1869 


7,000 00 


bh 


Oct. 


27, 1869 


10,000 00 


bh 


Nov. 


1, 1869 


20,000 00 


bh 


Dec. 


1, 1869 


18,000 00 


^h 


Dec. 


21, 1869 


12,000 00 


H 


Jan. 


1, 1870 


10,000 00 


bh 


Jan. 


14, 1870 


5,000 00 


6 


May 


9, 1869 


500 00 


6 


On Demand. 


975 00 



5410,975 00 



55 



AMOUNT OF DEBT 



FOR FOREST HILLS CEMETERY. 



Date of Notes. 


To whom Payable. 


Interest. 


When Payable. 


Amount. 


Au?. 12, 1848 
Aug. 15, 1831 
Oct. 1, 1352 
Oct. 1, 1852 
Oct. 1, 1852 
Oct. 1, 1852 
Nov. 1, 1852 


John Parkinson 

Joel Seaverns 

Joel Seaverns 

Joel Seaverns 

Joel Seaverns 

Joel Seaverns 

Institution for Savings, Rox- 
bury 


per cent. 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 

6 , 


On Demand 
On Demand 
On Demand 
Oct. 1, 1859 
Oct. 1, 1860 
Oct. 1, 18G1 

x^ov. 1, 1862 


,g 1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1 ,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 

2,000 00 




^1 1,000 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 sale of lots in the 
grounds, as will be seen by the following section from the Act obtained from the Leg- 
islature : — 

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 Ceme- 
tery, and to the improvement and embellishment thereof, as aforesaid, under the direc- 
tion 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." 



56 



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



1860. 
Feb. 1 



To balance in the Treasury, at last audit 

Cash received of the Commonwealth, for Pauper Account.. 

" " of Ezra Young, for sales of produce, &c 

" " of West Roxbury, for board of Paupers 

" " of Cities and Towns, for support of Paupers.. 

Amount raised by Tax 

Cash received of West Roxbury, for their proportion of State 
and County Tax 

" ■" of George B. Davis, for rent of house 

" " of Mrs. Mercy Newell, for rent of house 

" " of George Curtis, for rent of wharf 

" " of Calvin C. Dunbar, for rent of land, 1858... 

" " of Andrew W. Newman, for income of hay- 

scal es 



$120 00 

50 00 

579 86 

77 60 



188,369 04 
5,809 95 



aoo 00 

222 33 

330 00 

20 00 

145 50 



of Joseph W. Tucker, for fees 235 25 

of Joseph W.Tucker, for dog licenses 1,11U 00 

of Benjamin Meriam, for fines and fees 600 00 

of Peter S. Wheelock, for fines and witness 

fees 2,838 88 

of Peter S. Wheelock, for Police Court fees... 1,872 15 



for sales of Munroe land 1 ,220 00 

for sales of Stony Brook land 3,868 61 

for sale of Brook Farm 1,953 40 

for sale of land, Marcella Street 560 50 

for watering streets 1,147 00 

from T. L. D. Perkins, for stone 26 15 

from W. B. May, for sale of Engine-house 128 00 

of Ciimmonwealth of Massachusetts, from 

School Fund 859 74 

of Commonwealth of Masssachuselts, fur pay 

of militia and rent of armory 475 00 

of sundry persons, for edge stone on Trcmont 

Street 414 30 

of Wentworth & Pierce, for loam 75 00 

of John C. Seaver, for house, Union Street... 2,451) 00 

of Samuel Cook, for house offal 651 00 

by Loans authorized , 



$22,991 95 



827 46 



194,178 29 



917 83 



6,656 28 



7,582 71 



6,226 19 
179,000 00 



$418,380 71 



57 



February 1, 1859, to February 1, 1860, with tie City of Roxbury. Cr. 



By cash paid Salaries of School Teachers $28,188 29 

" " Contingent Expenses of Schools 10,917 30 

" " Fuel for Schools 1,830 85 

" " Roxbury Grammar School 2,450 00 

" " Alteration on the Comins School-house 9,060 1-2 

" " Alteration on the Dearborn School-house 10,287 29 

« " PayofFiremen 8,48175 

" " Contingent Expenses of Fire Department 5,29103 

'' " Reservoirs 1,700 00 

" " New Engine-house 2,758 00 

" " Lamps 

" " Support of Poor 

" " House Offal 

" " Repairs of Highways 

" " Widening Tremont Street 57,148 64 

" " Widening Washington Street 4,814 74 

" " Widening Vernon Street 1,968 19 

" " Widening Plymouth Street , 9,862 39 

" " Constructing Short Street 11,964 12 

« " Watch and Police 16,502 55 

" " Police Court 2,095 81 

" " Grading Alms-house land 

" " Salaries of City Officers 

" " City Debt and Interest 

" " Land of C. M. Ellis 

" " Sewer, Fellowes Street 3,368 14 

" " Sewer, Plymouth Street 6,65151 

" " Sewer, Davis Street 4,016 39 

" " Surveying for Sewers 2,086 85 

" " Grading Highland Park and fence round the same 

" " Militia 

" " County Tax 13,979 45 

" " State Tax 6,609 00 

" " Discount on Taxes 6,08154 

" " Abatement of Taxes 2,208 46 

" " Contingent Expenses 

By Balance in the Treasury 



18,230 78 
10,517 58 
8,352 82 
2,2»1 14 
38,493 13 



85,758 08 



18,598 36 


1,894 27 


6,600 00 


67.358 55 


12,120 39 


16,122 89 


1,152 00 


442 50 



20,588 45 



8,290 00 
9,971 90 



$389,506 59 
28,874 12 



$418,380 71 



JOSEPH W. DUDLEY, City Treasurer. 



Roxiury, February 28, 1860. 



City op Eoxbukt, FEBHtrAEY 28, 1860. 

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," requiring 
them to audit the Account of the City Treasurer at the close of each municipal 
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 coiTCctly 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 sundry times within 
the year ending January 31, 1860, the sum of three hundred ninety-five thousand 
three hundred eighty-eight and 76-100 dollars, which, with the balance on hand Jan- 
uary 31, 1859, of twenty-two thousand nine hundred ninety-one and 95-100 dollars, 
makes a total receipt of the year of fiiur hundred eighteen thousand three hundred 
eighty and 71-100 dollars ; and that there has been paid out from the Treasury dur- 
ing the same period, the sum of three hundred eighty-nine thousand five hundred six 
and 59-100 dollars, leaving in the Treasury January 31, 1860, a balance oi twenty- 
eight thousand eight hundred seventy-four and 12-100 dollars. 



JOHN C. CLAPP, 
ALONZO W. rOLSOM, 
B. F. CAMPBELL, 
GEORGE B. FAUNCE, 
CHARLES D. SWAIN, 



Committee 

on 
Accounts. 



In Common Council, March 5, 1860. 
Report accepted, and sent up for concurrence. 

FRANKLIN WILLIAMS, Clerk. 

In Boakd of Aldermen, March 5, 1860. 
Concurred. 

JOSEPH W. TUCKER, City Clerk. 



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City op Roxbury, Februaky 28, 1860. 

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 municipal 
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 Treasu- 
rei*, 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, are sustained by the necessary vouchers. 

We find that there has been received into the Treasury on account of the Ceme- 
tery at sundry times Avithin the year ending January 31, 1860, the sum of twenty- 
one thousand four hundred Jifty-four and \&-\00 dollars, which, with the balance on 
hand, January 31, 1859, of eight hundred sixty-three and 54-100 dollars, makes a total 
receipt of the year of twenty-two thousand three hundred seventeen and 70-100 dol- 
lars ; and there has been paid from the Treasury during the same period, on the 
order of the Commissioners, the sum of twenty-one thousand seventy-nine and 29-100 
dollars, leaving a balance in the Treasury, January 31, 1860, of twelve hundred 
thirty-eight and 41-100 dollars. 

JOHN C. CLAPP, 

AI.ONZO W. FOLSOM, Committee 

B. F. CAMPBELL, \ on 

GEORGE B. FAUNCE, Accounts. 

CHARLES D. SWAIN, 



In Common Council, March 5, 1859. 

Read and accepted, and sent up for concurrence. 

FRANKLIN WILLIAMS, Qerh. 

In Board of Aldermen, March 5, 1859. 
ConcuiTed. 

JOSEPH W. TUCKER, City Cleric. 



61 



REAL ESTATE OWNED BY THE CITY. 



The City Hall, (of brick,) buildings adjacent and land 



:g 12,000 00 



32,000 00 
3,000 00 

15,000 00 
2,500 00 

14,263 70 
7.000 00 

12,000 00 



The Alms-house, (of brick,) barn and land, about II acres 
The Dwelling-house, (of wood,) Highland Street 

The City Wharf at Point, 21,4-71 feet 

Dwelling-house, (of wood.) and land on Washington Street 
Land, corner of Washington and Heath Streets, about 8^ acres, 

Stony Brook Lands, 27,702 feet 

Land on Winthrop Street, 28,341 feet, and Brick School-House, 

Dudley School-house, (of stone,) and land, Kenilworth Street P .^^ ^g~ /-^ 14 000 00 

Dudley School-house, (of brick,) and land Bnrtlett Street . ) 

Washington School-house, (of brick,) aud 18,900 feet of land, Washington 

Street 14,000 00 

Dearborn School-house, (of brick,) and 24.500 feet of land, near Davis St. 30,000 00 
Comins School-house, (of brick,) and 20,000 feet of land, Gore Avenue . 30,000 00 
School-house, (of wood,) and 5000 feet of land, Yeoman Street, JSos. 1, 2, 

3 and 4 4,000 00 

School-house, (of wood,) and 6396 feet of land, Eustis and Sumner Sts., 

Nos. 5, 6, 7 & 8, 7,000 00 

School-house, (of wood,) and 7593 feet of land, Vernon Street, Nos. 9, 10 

and Intermediate 5,000 00 

School-house, (of wood,) and 15.000 ft. land, Sudbury St., Xos. 11,12,13&14, 10,000 00 
School-house, (of wood,) and 9850 feet of land, Avon Place, Nos. 15 and 16, 3,500 00 
School-house, (of wood,) No. 17 . . . 

School-hoUse, (of wood,) and 4,000 ft. land. Orange Street, Nos. 18 and 19, 
School-house, (of wood,) and 7,200 ft. land. Smith Street, Nos. 20 and 21, 
School-house, (of wood,) and 10,200 feet of land, Francis Street, No. 22 

and Grammar School 

School-house, (of wood,) and land. Centre Street, JSos. 23 and 24 
School-house, (of wood,) and 11,600 ft. land. Heath Street, No. 25, . 
School-house, (of wood,) and 6720 feet of land, Edinboro' Street, Nos. 26 

and 27 • 

School-house, (of wood,) and 11,825 feet of land, Munroe Street, No. 28, . 
School-house, (of wood,) and 9,512 feet ofland, Elm Street, Nos. 29 and 30, 

School-house, and 13.779 feet of land. Heath Place 

Engine-house, (of brick,) No. 1, and land, corner Warren and Dudley Sts. 
Engine-house, (of brick,) No. 2, and land, Centre Street .... 
Engine-house, (of brick,) No. 6, and land, Eustis Street .... 
Engine-house, (of wood,) No. 7, on lease land, Ruggles Street 
Land of C. M. Ellis, Shawmut Avenus;, 134,671 feet, .... 

Forest Hills Cemetery, (situated in West Boxbury,) about 104 acres— not 

valued 

Cemetery on Eustis Street — not valued ....... 

Cemetery on Warren Street — not valued .,,..,. 

^275,784 09 



600 00 


2,600 00 


3,000 00 


3,800 00 


2,000 00 


4,800 00 


3.500 00 


4,000 00 


3,500 00 


10,000 00 


6,000 00 


2,000 00 


2,500 00 


600 00 


12,124 39 



62 



PERSONAL PROPERTY 



BELONaiNG TO THE CITY. 



* 



rurniture in City Hall, 

" Mayor and Aldermen's 

Room, 
" Common Council Room, 

" Police Court Room, 

" City Marshal's Office, 

In charge of the Chief Engineer — 

5 Fire Engines, 
1 Hook and Ladder Carriage, 
7 Hose Carriages, 
5,175 Feet of Leading Hose, 
142 Feet of Suction Hose, 
14 Ladders, 
4 Hooks, 



Furniture in City Clerk's Office, 
" City Treasurer's Office, 

" Watch-house, 

" Engine-houses, Hook and 

Ladder and Hose Co. 
" School-houses. 



4 Crotch Poles, 
3 Rakes, 
6 Forks, 

40 Buckets, 
13 Axes, 

41 Reservoirs, 
17 Hydrants. 



In charge of the Superintendent of the Alms-house — 



Stock and Utensils at Alms-house. 
3 Horses, 
3 Cows, 
3 Horse Wagons, with Harness, 



1 Horse Cart, with Harness, 
Ploughs, Harrows, and other 
Farming Tools. 



In charge of the Commissioner of Streets- 

10 Horses, I 

9 Carts, 

8 Cart Harnesses, 
5 Chain Harnesses, I 



2 Hay Cutters, 
Lot of Picks, Shovels, Hoes, 
Hammers, Drilling Tools, &c. 



In charge of the Undertaker — 2 Hearses. 

In charge of Weigher of Hay — 1 Scale. 

In chai'ge of Lamp-lighters — 
372 Gas Lamps, 
167 Fluid Lamps. 



* The value of the Personal Property waa not ascertained by the Committee on Public 
Property. 



REPORT 



COMMISSIONER OF STREETS. 



The undersigned, Commissioner of Streets, respectfully submits 
the following Report of the Expenses on the Streets, Side- 
walks and Crossings, from February 1, 1859, to January 31, 
1860, inclusive. 



Amount expended on repairs ©f Tremont Street . 
" Sidewalks . . . 



"Warren Street 
Sidewalks . . 



Washington Street 
Sidewalks . . . 



Parker Street, 
Sidewalks . . 



Mall Street 
Sidewalks . 



Shawmut Avenue 
Sidewalks . . . 



Centre Street 
Sidewalks . 



Lowell Street . 
Sidewalks . . 



Vernon Street 
Sidewalks . . 



Elm Street 
Sidewalks . 



$8,030 18 
2,285 46 



1,874 


07 


299 


45 


966 


02 


213 


51 


2,383 


59 


318 


67 


385 


55 


115 


30 


311 


35 


181 


78 


i;022 


38 


151 


47 


34 


63 


13 


00 


370 


53 


126 


28 


381 


97 


150 


00 



Amount carried forward, 



$10,315 64 

2,173 52 

1,179 53 

2,702 26 

500 85 

493 13 

1,173 85 

47 63 

496 81 

531 97 
$19,615 19 



64 



Amount brought forward, 
Amount expended on repairs of Dennis Street 
" " " Sidewalks . . 



Winthrop Street 
Sidewalks . . 



Eustis Street 
Sidewalks . 



Bartlett Street 
Sidewalks . . 



Short Street 
Sidewalks . 



Walnut Street 
Sidewalks . . 



Ruggles Street 
Sidewalks . . 



Cabot Street 
Sidewalks . 



East Street 
Sidewalks . 



Plymouth Street 
Sidewalks . . 



Dudley Street 
Sidewalks . . 



School Street 
Sidewalks . 



Davis Street 
Sidewalks . 



St. James Street 
Sidewalks . . 



Sumner Street 
Sidewalks . . 



Orchard Street 
Sidewalks . . 



Cedar Street 
Sidewalks . 



Eliot Square 
Sidewalks . 



119 84 
6 40 



338 
36 


20 
08 


472 

58 


01 
66 


33 

30 


55 
00 


749 
136 


34 
20 


84 
5 


63 

44 


528 
165 


02 

98 


74 
36 


00 
00 


1,688 
561 


11 

85 


124 
9 


25 
44 


379 

58 


83 
33 


210 
25 


00 

40 


95 
57 


10 
70 


148 
40 


61 
90 


876 
113 


70 

38 


331 
157 


26 

84 


3 
1 


25 

38 



569 50 

48 80 



Amount carried forward , 



$19,615 19 

126 24 

374 28 

530 67 

63 55 

885 54 

90 07 

694 00 

110 00 

2,249 96 

133 69 

438 16 

235 40 

152 80 

189 51 

990 OS 

489 10 

4 63 

618 30 
$27,991 17 



65 



Amount brought forward, 
Amount expended on repairs of Heath Street . 

" " " Grenville Street 

" " " Swett Street . 

" " " Dearborn Street 

Oxford Street 

" " " Belmont Street 

" " " Circuit Street 

" " " Highland Street 

" " " Zeigler Street,— Sidewalks 

Sudbury Street, 
Smith Street, " 

" " Union Street, " 

" " on building and repairing drains and 
cespools 

" " shovelling and removing snow . . . 

" " cleaning streets, crossings and gutters 

" " sprinkling streets 

" " running ash carts 

" " repairs on harness room .... 

" " one horse 

" " hay, grain and bedding 

" " harnesses, blankets and repairing do. 

" " repairing carts 

" " blacksmith work, 

" " T. M. Cottin, hostler 

" " hardware, shovels, &c 

" " printing 

" " Commissioner's salary 

" " lanterns and fluid 

" •' repairs on stable ....... 

" " one set pulley blocks 

" " cutting stone monuments for bound- 
aries 

" " cracking stone at gravel bank . . . 

21,515 feet of edge stones have been set. 
8,000 yards of cobble paving. 
2,613 yards of block crossings and driveways. 
4,562 yards of brick paving. 

Schedule of City Property in charge of Commissioner. 



7,991 


17 


252 


71 


65 


50 


35 


00 


30 


85 


66 


25 


41 


00 


22 


41 


28 


35 


16 


32 


36 


91 


123 


46 


14 


92 


919 


69 


271 


56 


963 


10 


2,157 


71 


1,493 


00 


33 


01 


250 


00 


1,334 


34 


130 


00 


107 


18 


792 


58 


300 


00 


119 


70 


7 


12 


1,000 


00 


39 


19 


11 


42 


18 


76 


49 


50 


170 


00 



B,892 71 



10 horses, 
6 one-horse carts, 
3 two-horse carts, 
8 cart harnesses, 
5 chain harnesses, 

10 horse blankets. 



1 halters, 

8 curry combs and brushes, 
2 sleds, 
1 pung, 

1 wagon, 

2 hay cutters, 



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2 axes, 
2 iron rakes, 
2 wheelbarrows, 
20 lanterns, 

2 planes, 

1 iron square, 
1 set tackle, 

3 water buckets, 
3 pitchforks, 

1 handsaw, 
20 pick handles, 
13 iron bars, 

5 churn drills. 



16 jumper drills, 

7 striking hammers, 

8 sledge hammers, 
14 cracking hammers, 
1 9 picks, 

24 shovels, 
11 snow shovels, 
8 steel wedges, 
6 hoes, 
92 stone monuments, 
22| tons hay on hand, 

Freight blocks at Ham's wharf, 
lot of iHmber at stable yai-d. 



Widening Tremont Street. 
Amount expended by the Commissioner on account of this 
appropriation 



5,565 72 
$439 37 



Widening Short Street. 
Amount expended by the Commissioner 

Respectfully submitted, 

MOSES H. LIBBEY, 

Commissioner of Streets. 
Hoxbury, Jan. 30, 1860. 



In Board op Aldermen, Feb. 6, 1860. 

Referred to the Committee on Accounts, with direction to print such parts of 
the Report as they deem expedient with the Report of the Receipts and Expen- 
ditures of the City. 

Sent down for concurrence. * 

JOSEPH W. TUCKER, Cit;/ Clerk. 



Concurred. 



In Common Council, Feb. 6, 1860. 
FRANKLIN WILLIAMS, Clerk. 



REPORT 

ON 

BIETHS, MAMIAGES AND DEATHS, 

1859. 



To the Honorable Mayor and City Council : 

Gentlemen — The following tabular statement in relation to 
the Registration of Births, Marriages and Deaths in the City of 
Roxbury for the year 1859, is respectfully submitted. 

JOSEPH W. TUCKER, City Registrar. 

TaMe Ko. 1. 

BIRTHS REGISTERED IN THE CITY OF ROXBURY, 1859. 

Males 429 

Females 364 

Total 793 

Both parents native born 205 

Both parents foreigners 527 

One parent native born 61 

Total • •' 793 

Born in each month as follmos : — 
January, February, March, April, May, June, 

46 62 65 58 59 61 

July, August, September, October, November, December, 
67 62 61 82 89 81 

MARRIAGES REGISTERED IN THE CITY OF ROXBURY IN THE YEAR 1859. 

American parents both 74 

Foreign parents both 147 

American one — foreign one 21 

242 
Married in each month of the year : — 
January, February, March, April, May, June, 

25 20 15 14 25 19 

July, August, September, October, November, December, 
16 23 29 24 20 12 



68 



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6 


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8 


8 


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5 


5 


10 


7 


4 


11 


5 


5 


7 


79 


Convulsions 












1 


2 


1 




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2 


2 




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2 


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3 


2 


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4 


2 


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1 


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2 


1 




1 






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1 


1 










4 


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1 


5 




2 






8 


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1 




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9 


Erysipelas 




































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5 


3 


1 


1 


3 






2 




3 


1 


1 


20 


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1 










1 


3 


1 


8 


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4 




1 


2 


2 




2 






6 




1 


19 


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1 
















2 


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1 


1 










1 






1 






4 


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1 










1 




1 


1 




1 


5 


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1 


1 




1 






2 


2 






2 


9 


Infantile diseases 












8 


2 


2 


8 


2 


2 


5 


6 


13 


8 


2 




58 


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41 


27 


32 


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In Board of Aldermen, March 26, 1860. 
Report accepted and sent down for concurrence. 

JOSEPH W. TUCKER, CiUj Clerk. 

In Common Council March 26, 1860. 
Passed in concurrence. 

FRANKLIN WILLIAMS, Clerk. 



E E P R T 



OYERSEERS OF THE POOR 



:i. 



RoxBURY, Feb. 27, 1860. 

The Overseers of the Poor of the City of Roxburj, respect- 
fully submit their Annual Report for the past year. 

There are now in the Alms-house thirty inmates, consisting of 
old people past work, middle aged, incapacitated, either bodily or 
mentally, and children. All need kind and indulgent treatment, 
which they have ; and it is creditable to the liberality and human- 
of the City, that they are better provided for, fed and clothed, 
than a large number of the tax payers. There seems little, if 
any thing, to be done to improve the condition of such, except 
educating and properly guiding the young, which is attended to. • 

A large part of the building being unoccupied, a recommenda- 
tion was made last year, that it be made useful as a place of con- 
finement for truant children. The necessary alterations have 
been made, and ample provision of house and yard room secured, 
from which the best results are expected. 

It has been found difficult, dangerous, and expensive, to heat 
the number of apartments necessary, with stoves, — the mode 
heretofore adopted. To overcome these obstacles the Overseers 
have recently put in operation there, the steam heating appara- 
tus of Messrs. Chubbuck & Son. The result is most satisfactory 
and gratifying. The saving of fuel is very considerable ; the 
heat abundant and of the most agreeable quality, and the labor of 
the house as well as danger from fire largely diminished. Con- 
nected with the boiler are the wash-tubs in the lower room, so that 
all the water is heated by steam, and this is made a convenient, 
comfortable apartment now, in place of the opposite, as before. 



70 

The neat, orderly and homelike manner in which Mr. and Mrs. 
Young conduct the establishment, entitle it to take rank with 
those most approved. 

The number of transient lodgers during the year has been 303. 
The number sent to the State Alms-house during the same 
period, 103. 

The Receipts for Support of the Poor from February 1, 1859, to 
February 1, 1860, were as follows : — 

Balance undrawn February 1, 1859, 
To cash received of West Eoxbury, 

" " Other Towns and Cities, , 

" " Commonwealth, Pauper Account 

" " Ezra Yovmg, . 

" Appropriated, ... 



Expenditures. 

For support of the Poor from February 1, 1859, 

February 1, 1860, 

Transferred to Contingent Expenses of 1859-60, 
To balance undrawn February 1, 1860, . 



. |1,650 17 


579 


86 


77 60 


t, 120 00 


^ 


50 


. 8,000 


00 


$10,477 


63 




. $8,352 82 


763 


60 


. 1,361 


21 



,477 63 



Accompanying this Report are the Annual Reports of the 
Superintendent of the Alms-house, the Alms-house Physician and 
the Agent of the Overseers, by which the details and particulars 
of the establishment will fully appear. The above officers have 
all been faithful and attentive to their duties, and merit the full 
confidence of the community. 

THEODORE OTIS, 

Chairman of the Overseers of the Poor. 



In Boakd of Ovekseeks op the Pook, March 5, 1860. 

that he will cause the same to b 
)ts and Expenditures of the City. 

JOSHUA SEAVER, Secretary. 



RefeiTed to the Mayor, with the request that he will cause the same to be 
printed with the Annual Report of the Receipts and Expenditures of the City. 



71 



REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE 
ALMS-HOUSE. 

RoxBURY Almshouse, January 30, 1860. 

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

Gentlemen — As it becomes my duty again to make to you 
the Annual Report of the condition of the poor at the Alms- 
house, permit me to present the following statements : — 



The number of inmates in the house, February 1, 

1859, were .... 
Roxbury people admitted during the year. 



Discharged and absconded, 
Died, . . . = 



24 
33 

— 57 

27 
3 

— 30 

27 ' 
30 



Now remaining in the house, . 
Average number, .... 

Four of the above number are West Roxbury paupers, for 
which the City have been liberally paid for their support, and 
during the last week they have removed two of their paupers, 
leaving only two, which they will remove soon. 

The number of travellers furnished Avith food and lodging dur 
ing the year, not having any settlement here or elsewhere in th 
State, have been 330. 

The number sent to the State Alms-house were 105. 

The health of the inmates the past year will compare favorably 
with former years. There have been several cases which required 
the constant attention of the physician. Dr. Streeter, who has 
always attended to them with cheerfulness and with good results. 
For a further knowledge of the medical department, you will 
please see his report. 

As a general thing the inmates have conducted themselves well. 
A majority of them appear satisfied with the good home the City 
have provided for them. I have done all in my power to make 
their lot pleasant. 

There are fault-finders, and my experience with that class of 
our inmates has been that before coming here they made their 
homes and friends miserable by their unhappy and irritable dispo- 
sitions ; from such ones I give ear to their complaints and do the 
best with them I can. 

The expenses for the support of all the poor, in years past, has 



72 

been denominated " Aim-house," and with the public, who are 
not acquainted with the facts in the case, the house is charged 
with expenses not properly belonging to it. 

In justice to myself and the Board of Overseers of the Poor, I 
deem it my duty to set forth the whole amount for support of 
the poor the past year as follows : — ^7,954 48 

Of this amount there has been paid for support 

of poor outside of the Almshouse, . . 2,498 00 

Leaving the net expenditures for support of poor 
in the Alms-house, including a steam appa- 
ratus for heating the house and washing pur- 
poses, (which cost $1,000,) and all other 
necessary repairs, ..... 5,456 00 

During the past fall the City Council have erected a fence, 
enclosing about 5,000 feet of land at the west end of the house 
for the purpose of a school yard for truant boys, sent to this 
Institution by the Pohce Court under the provisions of the Ordi- 
nance of the City Council relating to truant children. Three 
rooms have been fitted up for the reception of such boys as are 
sent here by order of the Court. The number already admitted 
under sentence is seven. The school for them will commence this 
week. The expense for the support of the school and boys should 
be chargeable to some other appropriation than the Poor De- 
partment. 

The produce raised on the land I do not deem necessary to 
give in detail, suffice it to say there were all kinds of vegetables 
raised in sufficient quantities for the use of the house, except 
potatoes, and they have been a perfect failure every year since 
we left the Brook Farm. 

Pork raised and killed, 2,719 pounds ; milk, 1,500 gallons. 

8tock and Utensils. — Horses, 1 ; cows, 3 ; hogs, 6 ; horse-r 
wagons with harnesses, 3 ; horse carts, 1 ; sleigh, 1 ; and all other 
farming tools necessary for the use of the place. There are two 
horses, with wagons and harnesses, for the collection of house 
offal, that do not belong to the Poor Department, the expense of 
which is charged to the " House Offal" account. 

Furniture and Bedding. — There are 37 iron bedsteads ; 5 
wooden do, ; tables, chairs and other furniture, a necessary sup- 
ply ; feather beds, under beds, pillows and pillow cases, sheets, 
bed-spreads, &c., all in sufficient quantities to supply the wants of 
the house. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Ezra Young, 
Superintendent of the Alms-house. 



73 



REPORT OF THE AGENT OF THE OVERSEERS 
OF THE POOR. 

To the Overseers of the Poor for the Qity of Roxbury : 

The Subscriber, your Agent for receiving applicants for out-of- 
door aid and for granting relief to such as are deemed proper 
subjects to receive the assistance of the Boards herewith submits 
his Annual Report for the year ending with this month. 

As directed by the Board, he gives his personal attendance in 
the office assigned him, the three first and two last months of the 
year, from 9 to 12 every forenoon and the afternoons to the inves- 
tigation of the cases presented. During the other seven months 
he hears and examines all cases that are presented, but is not con- 
fined to office hours. The last year has been more favorable 
to the laboring classes than its immediate predecessor, and yet 
the applicants for aid have been as numerous as in 1858. A 
certain class of applicants, in the nature of things, will be annual, 
caused by sickness, accidents and deaths in their families. Many 
live from hand to mouth, and when from any cause, labor ceases, 
supplies also cease. 

I have endeavored to carry out the views of the Board in a 
system of pohcy for granting aid. When an industrious woman 
with a family of children applies, and I am satisfied that a monthly 
allowance of fuel will help her through the winter, I feel that I 
carry out your views to grant it. Such as are not of that indus- 
trious class and have no means of support, I refuse, and propose 
the State's provision. As a general rule I refuse aid where the 
head of the family is an able-bodied man, except by reason of 
some unusual sickness. There are in this city a number of widows 
living alone in single rooms, paying from $1 to $1.50 per month 
rent, earning (many of them) nothing, and are very pertinacious 
in their demands for fuel, and who undertake to place their cases 
side by side with an industrious class who, with the aid the city 
gives, support and clothe their children and keep them at school. 
As a rule that class of applicants are refused aid. The outside 
pressure of individuals (who in the very nature of things know 
but very little of the merits of the case) compels me to depart 
from what I think to be a good rule sometimes. The same objec- 
tion exists that I noted last year, on the part of many, to the 
State Alms-house — why it does, I cannot tell ; here they are well 
fed, well clad, and if sick, properly nursed, and if there are chil- 
dren sent, they enjoy the privileges of schools as good as our own. 

10 



74 

The number of applicants for aid during the year, with the 
number aided and amount granted for those who have no settle- 
ment in the State, and also the number applying, and amount 
granted to such as have a settlement here or elsewhere in the 
State, is annexed to this. 

Number of persons applying to the Agent for aid, numbers aided 
and amount of aid granted to those who have no settlement in 



this State, by Wards : — 










No, 


• applying. 


No. aided. 


Whole No. aided, 
including children. 


Amount. 


Ward 1, 




128 


86 


301 


275 


" 2, 




81 


64 


189 


160 


" 3, 




220 


144 


504 


410 


" 4, 




24 


14 


49 


50 


" 5, 




21 


12 


42 


44 



474 310 1085 $939 

Amount of aid granted to persons having a settlement in this 
city and elsewhere, in this State, is very nearly as follows, viz : — 
Number of appUcants, 25. Amount given, $450. 

Respectfully submitted," 

Joshua Seaver. 



REPORT OF THE PHYSICIAN TO THE ALMS- 
HOUSE. 

To the Board of Overseers of the Poor : 

Gentlemen, — In submitting the Annual Report of the Medical 
Department of the Alms-house, I can present nothing of particu- 
lar interest, or add any thing to what has been said in former 
reports. 

The average of health of the inmates proper, during the year, 
has been good, although the number requiring medical attendance 
has been larger than for several years — a number of persons hav- 
ing been received into the house who were too ill to be removed 
to the State Alms-house. Thirty-two persons have received med- 
ical attendance at the house during the year, sick with various 



75 

diseases, viz : — Inflammation of the lungs, measles, typhoid fever, 
scarlet fever, small pox, varioloid, dysentery, consumption, dropsy 
and syphilis ; besides others for trifling illness. One person sick 
with typhoid fever has been attended at his boarding place, being 
too sick to be removed. Three deaths have occurred in the 
house, one each of consumption, dropsy and small pox. There 
has been one birth. 

I congratulate the Board upon the consummation of a long 
desired improvement in the method of heating the house by the 
introduction of steam. Its beneficial efifects have already been 
shown by producing a uniform temperature throughout the house, 
adding to the comfort of the inmates, lessening the amount of 
sickness by diminishing the liability to sudden colds, to which the 
inmates were exposed by the former method of heating Avith close 
stoves ; vastly improving the quality of the air which they breathe, 
and obviating almost entirely the danger from fire. As an eco- 
nomical measure, I believe its operation will be twofold — the sav- 
ing of fuel, and promoting the health of the inmates. 

It gives me pleasure again to commend the uniform kindness 
and attention of the Superintendent and his wife to those commit- 
ted to their charge. The old, the middle-aged and the young, 
are alike the object of their faithful care. 

Having held the office of Physician to the Alms-house the past 
four years, I would respectfully decline a re-election. In taking 
leave of the Board I desire to return my thanks to the members, 
past and present, and to the Secretary, for the kindness and cour- 
tesy extended to me during my official connection with the Board. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Joseph H. Streeter, 

Physician to the Alms-house. 

Roxhury, Jan. 31, 1860. 



E E P r. T 

OF THE 

CHIEF ENGINEER OF THE FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



To the Honorable Mayor ^ Aldermen and Common Council : 

Gentlemen, — Agreeably to the Ordinance regulating the Fire 
Department of this Citj, I hereby transmit my Annual Report. 

The present condition of the Department is every way satisfac- 
tory. The companies have a full complement of men and are 
prompt to respond when duty requires. 

For several years past the number of false alarms has been a 
source of great annoyance to the firemen, calUng them needlessly 
from their work, or their beds, without cause. Early in the 
season the Board of Engineers caused measures to be taken to 
prevent their so frequent occurrence if possible. The result, I 
am happy to state, has been most satisfactory. 

The Department has not been called out but three times the 
past year by false alarms. 

While the Department has been through the year in all respects 
fully equipped and ready for action, it gives me great pleasure to 
state that the loss to the community the last year was far less than 
the previous one. 

The Board of Engineers have striven to be always ready for 
action, but to have the occasions as few as possible. 

The community have been, for two or three years, justly 
alarmed at the numerous incendiary fires constantly occurring ; 
they grew continually more bold and audacious, but, thanks 
to the skill and wisdom of the City Marshal and his Assist- 
ants, the measures which they instituted to detect the villains were 
crowned with success. Several parties were caught in the act of 
firing buildings, and it is believed from the fact that incendiary 
fires have almost ceased, that the right ones were caught, and 
their accomplices (if they had any) from fear of falling into the 
hands of the officers, have abandoned the business. 

In most cases where persons are detected in acts of incendiar- 
ism, it is sad to find that they are attached, in some way, to the 
Department. 

These things, and other evils which we will not here specify, 
have caused many to believe that the time has about come in our 



77 

large cities, to devise some more satisfactory method of extinguish- 
ing fires. The trial which is now going on in many places, of 
using steam fire engines, is fraught with important results, and I 
would express it as my conviction that the day is not distant when 
we shall be called upon to consider the expediency of having one 
in our city. 

Our Department is small, yet I hesitate to urge that it should 
be increased ; but if it should be decided to procure a suitable 
steam fire engine in place of one of the organized companies now 
existing, it would be the beginning of better things in the Depart- 
ment, and would eventuate in making the extinguishment of fires 
a matter of business, instead of excitement, rivalry and severe 
physical toil, as is now too often the case, and in my opinion, be 
more economical. 

We have been careful not to ask for assistance from out-of-town, 
unless absolutely called for ; while our Department has rendered 
effective service to the neighboring towns nine times. 

In conclusion, allow me to return my thanks to the government 
for the readiness to meet the wants of the Department, and also 
to express the opinion that it would be wise to continue the con- 
struction of reservoirs in the most exposed places, as heretofore. 

The accompanying documents give a complete report in detail 
of the members of the Department — the condition of the engines 
and apparatus — list of hydrants and reservoirs, and the general 
condition of the Department. 

Whole number of alarms the past year, 73 

Actual fires, ...... 39 

Alarms out of City, .... 26 

False alarms, ..... 3 

Other causes, ..... 5 

— 73 

Total amount of loss, $18,446 ; of insurance, 29,570. 

Whole number of alarms the previous year, . . . 119 
Actual fires, ..... 57 
False alarms, ..... 35 

Out of City, 19 

Other causes, ..... 8 

119 

Total amount of loss, |51,140 ; of insurance, 33,890. 

Respectfully submitted. 

JAMES MUNROE, 

OMef JEngineer. 



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RESERVOIRS, 

AND OTHER SOURCES OF OBTAINING WATER. 



No. 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14. 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
23 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
33 
36 
37 



Location. 



No. of 
Gallons. 



Condition. 



Eliot Square ..... 

Warren, near Washington Street 
Corner of Washington and Eustis Streets 

Short Street 

Chestnut Street, Mount Pleasant 

Corner of Fellows and Hunneman Streets 

Cedar Street ..... 

Sidewalk, opposite No. 2 Engine-house . 

Corner of Washington and Huggles Streets 

Corner of Vernon and Auburn Streets 

Corner of Dudley and Kenil worth Streets 

Dudley, near Warren Street . 

Corner of Dudley and Greenville Streets 

Eaton, near Yeoman Street 

Centre Street ..... 

Porter Street 

Elm Street, Mount Pleasant 

Walnut Street 

Pearl Street ...... 

Eustis, corner of East Street . 

Copeland Square 

Well, corner of East and Davis Streets . 
Well, corner of Davis and Eustis Streets . 
Regent, near St. James Street 
Corner of Ruggles and Cabot Streets . 
Adams, near Eustis Street 

Davis Street 

Oak Street 

Norfolk Street 

Corner of Greenville and Winthrop Streets 

Smith Street, near Parker Street, 

(Corner of Warren and Waverly Streets . 

Corner of Parker and Alleghany Streets 

East Sireetj opposite Norfolk Avenue 

Washington Street, opposite City Hotel, 

Swett Street, near Lead Factory, 

Shawmut Avenue, .... 

Well in G. A. Simmons's yard, Highland Street 

Well in Samuel Guild's 3'ard, near Bartlett Street 

Well in Patent Leather Works yard, Water Street 



25,000 
30,000 
16,(100 
25,000 
15,000 
15,000 
15,000 
1,300 
18,000 
18,000 
18,000 
18,000 
18,000 
18.000 
18.000 
18,000 
18,000 
18,000 
18,000 
18,000 
18,000 



15,000 
17.000 
17,000 
16,500 
18,000 
16,000 
19.500 
18,500 
28,000 
26,000 
26,000 
26,000 
30,000 



Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

(jood. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 
Not Good. 
JNoi Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 
Not Good. 

Good. 

Good. 

Good. 



80 



HYDRANTS, 

FROM MOUNT WARREN, COCHITUATE AND JAMAICA POND PIPES. 



No. 


Location. 


Source. 


Condition. 


1 


St James Street 


Mt. W. 


Good. 


2 


Alpine Street 


'' 


Good. 


3 


Neirrit James Street 


" 


Good. 


4 


Dale Street 


" 


Good. 


6 


Fremont Street, corner of Franklin Place .... 


Cochit. 


Good. 


6 


Tremoul Street, corner of Sudoury Street 


" 


Good. 


7 


Tremonl Street, corner of Ru j-^le.s Street .... 


" 


Good. 


8 


Tremont Street, opposite Carpet Works 


" 


Good. 


9 


.Sidewalk, Texas Avenue, ....... 


" 


Good. 


10 


Washington Street, corner of Phillips Place 


u 


Good. 


11 


Washington Street opposite Isaac l);ivis's .... 


" 


Good. 


12 


Rngj;les Street, opposite ilie late ('atliolic Church 


J. Pond. 


(iood. 


13 


Vernon Street, corner of Belmont Street .... 


" 


Good. 


14 


Vernon Street, corner of Washington Street 


" 


Good. 


15 


Davis Street, corner of Webber Street 


" . 


Good. 


16 


Bast Street, opposite Siuhb's shi)p . . . . 


" 


Good. 


17 


b^ast Street, corner of Davis .Street 


" 


Good. 


18 


Swett Street, near Curii-i & Bl ike's Mill, 


" 


Good. 


19 


Corner of Orchard and Eustis Streets, ..... 


" 


Good. 


19 


Orchard Street, corner of Kusiis, 


" 


Good. 


20 


Washington Street, opposite Bacon's Block, 


it 


Good. 


21 


Rug'gles Street, near Avon Place ..... 


It 


Good. 


22 


Western Avenue, near Francis Street ..... 


Cochit. 


Good. 


23 


Western Avenue, Appleton Place, 


' 


Good. 



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REPORT 



In conformity to the fifth section of " An Act relative to a Public 
Cemeterj in the City of Roxbury," the Commissioners respect- 
fully submit their 

TWELFTH ANNUAL REPORT. 

A LOT has been purchased by the " Firemen's Association of 
the Boston Fire Department," containing 13,594 square feet, sit- 
uated on Cypress Hill, and bounded by Columbine Path, Cypress 
and Poplar Avenues. It commands one of the finest views in the 
Cemetery, and it is the intention of the Association to erect, at 
some future time, a suitable monument. 

Lots prepared. One hundred and thirty-three lots have 
been prepared and ornamented with trees and shrubs. 

Lots sold. Eighty-six lots, averaging 300 square feet, and 
one hundred and three graves in the Field of Ephron. 

Lots finished. One hundred and fifteen lots are now finished 
and ready for sale. There are sixty lots in progress. One hun- 
dred and tAventy graves are finished in the Field of Ephron. 

Monuments. Twenty-three monuments have been erected the 
past year. 

Avenues and paths. Eight hundred feet of avenues and 
fifteen hundred feet of paths have been excavated and filled with 
stone and gravel. 

Fences. Twenty-seven lots have been enclosed with iron 
fences, five with hedges and four with granite curbing, the past 
year. 

InteRjMENTS. Four hundred and eighty-four interments in 
private lots and in the Field of Ephron have been made the past 



86 

year. A lot of land containing 36,250 square feet has been pur- 
chased of the heirs of Frederick Chandler. This piece of land is 
situated on Canterbury Street, and bounded on three sides by 
land of the Cemetery. 

A drain has been deepened through land of John Parkinson, 
which causes a better drainage to the Cemetery land, and "will 
admit of the drawing the water from Lake Hibiscus whenever fur- 
ther excavation shall be made for the purpose of enlarging the 
lake. 

The Commissioners would call the attention of all owners of lots 
to an act passed by the Legislature, Feb. 25th, 1852, and ac- 
cepted by the City Council, March 8th, 1852. It is provided 
by this act that a sum of money, which shall be agreed upon, 
may be deposited, the interest of which will provide for the per- 
petual care of a lot. 

The importance of this arrangement will be appreciated when 
it is considered that families are liable to become extinct ; to re- 
move from this part of the country ; or from any cause to cease 
to be able or wilhng to keep a lot in preservation. The fund, the 
income of which is to be devoted to the perpetual care of desig- 
nated lots, amounts to the sum of nine hundred and seventy-five 
dollars, and we hope this amount will be largely increased the 
ensuing year. 

The Receipts and Expenditures for the year have been as 
follows : — 

Balance unexpended February 1, 1859, . . $863 54 

Received for 103 graves, ..... 980 00 

" " 86 lots of land, . . . . 6,140 08 

" " gradinglots,stoneposts, rent and wood, 14,334 08 



$22,317 70 

Expenditures. 

Paid for labor on avenues, paths and lots, . . 7,820 59 

" J. Seaverns, notes as principal, . . . 2,000 00 

" Interest on notes, ..... 940 33 

" Daniel Brims, as Superintendent, and for teams, 

1858, . . . . . . . 753 16 

" Daniel Brims, for horses, carts and harnesses, . 1,340 00 

'' Daniel Brims, for hay, manure, llower-pots, &c., 81 84 



Amount carried forward, $12,935 92 



87 



Amount brought forward, $12,935 92 

Paid Charles H. Hardwick & Co., stone posts, 1858, 355 26 

" Charles H. Hardwick & Co., " 1859, 1,451 63 

" Thomas Swithen, " 1859, 187 50 

" Peter R. Page, " 1859, 134 33 

" Patrick O'Donnell, " 1859, 261 67 

" Thomas Drake, " 1859, 33 33 

" Horn & Co., " 1859, 45 33 

" Kendall & Wood, labor, stock and materials on 

buildings, 609 84 

" Thomas Feek, blacksmith's work ... 299 08 
" John C. Hubbard, chairs for office, . . 48 00 
" Ballard & Prince, carpet for office, . . 49 44 
" James Paul & Co., window shades, . . 6 20 
" Joseph W. Tucker, keeping books and collect- 
ing bills, 300 00 

" West Castleton R. R. Slate Co., for slate stones 

for grave covers, ..... 759 54 

" Oliver Moulton, salary as Superintendent, . 700 00 

" Heirs of Frederick Chandler, house and land, . 750 00 

" John B. Baker, horse blankets, . . . 36 00 

" Norfolk County Journal Office, printing, . . 3 50 

" John M. Hewes, printing Report, . . . 70 00 

" Henry H. Chandler 13 00 

" Joseph Houghton, grain and meal, . . • 691 51 

" G. G. Drew, painting buildings, . . . 234 35 

" Oliver Moulton, small bills paid, . . . 221 85 

" George T. Curtis, evergreens, ... 51 19 

" James Hyde & Sons, trees and shrubs, . . 113 38 

" Abraham F. Howe, insurance, . . , 10 10 

" Asa Hunting, pump, . . . . . . 21 30 

" James Boyd & Sons, straps, &c. . . , 24 75 

" E. A. Hovey, mending harness, ... 4 25 

" Aaron D. WiUiams, manure, .... 48 00 

" S. W. Lewis, 10 00 

" John T. Ellis & Co., powder, ... 101 79 

" Parker, Gannett & Osgood, tools ... 84 76 

" J. E. Adams & Co., manure, '. . , 36 00 

" Chase Brothers & Co., iron work, . . . 50 00 

" Duncan Welch, small bills, .... 11 83 

" West Roxbury tax bill, . . , . 12 90 

'' J. E. & G. H. Williams, mending harnesses, &c. 30 47 

" Clark k Shaw 12 50 



Amount fnrried forward. 



$20,720 00 



$20,720 


00 


190 75 


25 


71 


20 


00 


108 


45 


14 


38 


, 1,238 


41 



Amount hr ought forward^ 
Paid Nelson Curtis, bricks and cement, 

" Estate of Aaron R. Gaj, books and stationery, 

" Edward Holden, collecting, .... 

" David Hardacker, Avheelwright's Avork, . 

" Allen Putnam & Co., coal, ... 
Balance carried forward to new account, 

122,317 70 

Cemetery Debt. The Debt has been reduced two thousand 
dollars the past year. The balance now due is $11,000. 

FRANCIS C. HEAD, 

Secretary of the Commissioners of Forest Hills Cemetery. 
RoxBTJRY, February 27, i860. 



Ix Board of Aldermen, Feb. 27, 1860. 

Eeferred to the Committee on Accounts, with instructions to print the same 
with the Annual Eeport of Receipts and Expenditures of the City. 
Sent down for concurrence. 

JOSEPH W. TUCKEE, City Clerk. 



Concurred. 



In Common Council, Feb. 27, 1860. 
FRANKLIN WILLIAMS, Clerk. 



DIRECTORY 

TO 

THE AVENUES AND PATHS 



AVENUES. 

ASPEN leads from White Oak to Willow avenue. 

BEECH leads from Canterbury street gate to Lake 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. 

CONSECRATION, from Chestnut avenue near Consecration hill. 

CYPRESS leads from Beech to Larch avenue. 

ELM leads from Fountain avenue to Canterbury street gate. 

EIR, from Mount Vernon to Tupelo avenue. 

i OUNTAIN 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 leads from Fountain, round Lake Hibiscus 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 Conse- 
cration hill. 

MULBERRY, from Egyptian gateway to White Oak avenue. 

MOUNT VERNON, from White Oak to Mulberry. 

NESUTAN leads from White Oak avenue round Eliot Monument hill. 

PINE leads from Mount Warren to Mulberry avenue. 

POPLAR leads from Lake to Larch 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 Macpelah to Lake avenue. 

TUPELi ) leads from Chestnut to Rock Maple avenue. 

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

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

WHITE PINE leads from White Oak to Cherry avenue. 

WILLOW leads from White Oak to Fountain avenue. 

YEW leads from Magnolia avenue to the summit of Chapel hill. 
12 



90 



PATHS. 

AILANTHUS leads from White Pine to Cherry avenue. 

ALPINE leads from Althea path 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. 

ARETHUSA leads from Lake to Cedar avenue. 

ASPHODEL leads from Fir to Mount Warren avenue. 

ASTER leads from Hemlock to White Oak avenue. 

AZALEA leads from Mount Warren to Mount Warren avenue. 

BARBERRY leads from Columbine path to Locust avenue. 

BELLFLOWER leads from Hemlock to Cherry avenue. 

BIGNONIA leads from Spruce to Cypress avenue. 

CHRYSANTHEMUM leads from Fountain to Hemlock avenue. 

CLEMATIS leads from Mulberry avenue to White Oak. 

COLUMBINE leads from Spruce avenue to Cypress. 

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

CRANBERRY leads from Mount Warren to White Oak avenue. 

CROCUS leads from Spruce to Poplar avenue. 

EGLANTINE leads from Hemlock to White Oak avenue. 

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

ELIOT 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 junction 
■with Eliot Hills path. 

HAREBELL leads from Grape path to Mount Warren avenue. 

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 W'^hite Oak avenue. 

HONEYSUCKLE leads from Larch avenue to Spruce. 

HYACINTH leads from Geranium path to White Oak avenue. 

IRIS leads from Hemlock avenue, near Fountain. 

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. 

LILAC leads from Juniper to Hemlock avenue. 

LILY leads from Alder avenue, near Consecration hill, 

LOTUS leads from Larch to Lake avenue. 

LUPINE leads from Juniper to Hemlock avenue. 



91 

MAYFLOWEE leads from near the soiUhern end of White Oak to 
Nesutan avenue. 

MIMOSA leads from Elm avenue to Cedar. 

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. 

PINK leads from Spruce avenue to Cypress. 

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

PYROLA leads from Lake to Cedar avenue. 

RHODODENDRON leads from Spruce to Cypress avenue. 

RHODORA leads from Mount Warren avenue to Mount Warren 
avenue. 

ROSE leads from Cypress avenue to Poplar. 

ROSEMARY leads from Hemlock avenue to Bellflower path. 

SUMACH leads from Mount Warren to Harebell path. 

SNOW-FLAKE leads from Walnut avenue to Mistletoe path. 

SNOW-DROP leads from Magnolia avenue to Magnolia. 

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

TULIP leads from Hemlock to Fountain avenue. 

VERBENA leads from Juniper to Hemlock 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. 

WABON leads from near Green Brier path, round Eliot Monument 
hill to Moss path. 

WOODBINE leads from Mount Warren avenue to Linden avenue. 

YARROW leads from Spruce avenue to Poplar. 



NESUTAN. — The name of the Indian who aided the Apostle Eliot in learning 
the English 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 Oliver 
MouLTON, Superintendent at the grounds ; Joseph W. Tuckek, City 
Clerk, City Hall, Roxbury ; or either of the Commissioners. 



MEMORANDA FOR PROPRIETORS. 



The Records of Deeds are kept in the City Hall, under the direction of 
the City Clerk, and are the only evidence of the title of a Proprietor recog- 
nized by the Commissioners ; consequently when a person receives a lot by 
transfer from a Proprietor, he should immediately send his deed at once to 
the City Clerk's office for record. 

Care of Lots. A book is kept at the Superintendent's office at the Cem- 
etery, in -which are entered all orders for the care of lots. Proprietors 
should be particular to specify what care they desire to be devoted to their 
lots, and it is requested that all orders given should be in writing. 

Flowers. Proprietors in want of flowers to beautify their lots, will find 
them at the Cemetery by calling on Mr. Duncan Welsh, the gardener, with 
whom they can settle for the same. 

Interments. For a deposit in the receiving tomb, to remain not over 60 
days, the price charged will he fifteen dollars. If a lot is purchased within 
that time, a part of the deposit money will be refunded. For a single grave 
in the "Field of Ephron," ten dollars and the necessary fees for digging a 
grave, interment, &c. For digging a grave for an adult, making interment 
and recording, S2. For digging a grave for a child under ten years old, 
$1.50. If the coffin is enclosed in a box, fifty cents additional will be 
charged. 

The above sums are all payable at or before the time of the interment. 



CEMETERY AT FOREST HILLS. 



COMMISSIONERS. 
Alvah Kittredge, William J. Reynolds, 

Francis C. Head, E. W. Bumstead. 

George Lewis. 



CATALOGUE OF PROPRIETORS OF LOTS. 

A.rra.nsecl according to BfitinT>crs. 



Proprietors. 


JVo. 


Sawyer, Benjamin F. 


1 


Harlow, George 


2 


Parker, Moses 


3 


Sears, Paul, Jr. 


4 


Gregerson, George 


5 


Humphris, Edward, Jr. 


(J 


Emerson, John S. 


7 


Hemmenway, Benjamin 


8 


Faxon, Oren 


9 


Blake, Charles 


10 


Adams, Adoniram J. 


11 


Tilden, Thomas 


12 


Brownell, Uriah T. 


13 


Sweat, Thatcher 


14 


Hersey, Nathan 


15 


Hanson, John L. 


16 


Mayo, Amy 


17 


Goodnow, R. D. 


18 


Pratt, Henry 


19 


Simpson, David 


20 


Dudley, Joseph W. 


21 


Dudley, H. A. S. D. 


22 


Dudley, Sarah W. 


23 


Bates, Ruth 


24 


Cowan, William H. 


25 


Parmelee, Asaph 


26 


AVise, John 


27 


Rand, Eldred 


28 


Barnes, John 


29 


Hall, Hiram 


30 


Hamblen, David 


31 


Nute, Enoch 


32 


Dorr, Nathaniel 


ob 


Albert, J, M. 


34 


Curtis, Francis 


35 



Situation. 


Feet. 


Bellflower path 


150 


Bellflower path 


160 


White Oak avenue 


202 


White Oak avenue 




White Oak avenue 




White Oak avenue 


460 


White Oak avenue 




White Oak avenue 




White Oak avenue 




White Oak avenue 




White Oak avenue 




AVliite Oak avenue 




White Oak avenue 




Wiiite Oak avenue 




White Oak avenue 




White Oak avenue 




White Oak avenue 




White Oak avenue 




White Oak avenue 




White Oak avenue 




White Oak avenue 


380 


White Oak avenue 


380 


White Oak avenue 


380 


Mount Warren avenue 




Cherry avenue 




Willow avenue 


200 


Heliotrope path 


150 


White Oak avenue 




White Oak avenue 




Red Oak avenue 




Willow avenue 




Willow avenue 




Willow avenue 




White Oak avenue 




"White Oak avenue 


400 



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



94 



Sanborn, Christopher P. 

Munroe, James 

Plummer, John L. 

Jones, John B. 

Jackson, Samuel and Daniel 

Spear, Susannah R. 

Maeomber, Ichabod 

Williams, Horace 

Hewins, Whiting 

Beal, Wilder 

Sleeper, John S. 

Burckes, Catherine 

Slade, Robert 

Copeland, Benjamin F. 

Copeland, Charles 

Bacon, William, Boston 

Sumner, Austin 

Drinkwater, Josiah 

Loring, William M. 

Howes, Elisha 

Fobes, Edwin 

Gould, Joseph D. 

Field, Ozias 

Hendee, Charles J. 

Lewis, Samuel S. 

Barton, Jabez W. 

Shattuck, Samuel 

Willis, Hamilton 

Windship, Charles M. 

Hayes, Joshua 

Steam C, B. & N. Royal Mail 

Kuhn, Christian 

Seaver, Robert 

Seaver, Joshua 

Seaver, Nathaniel 

Seaverns, Joel 

Seaver, Joseph 

Seaver, William 

Keyes, Lucy S. 

Wentworth, P. H. 

Jiingsbury, William B. 

Williams, Aaron D. 

Williams, A. D., Jr. 

Whitaker, William H. 

Peirce, Charles H. 

Scott, Elbridge G. 

Patten, Asa 

pasford, Henry 

Putnam, John 

Comins, Linus B. 

Guild, William H. 

Carter, Nelspa 

Floyd, Eliza 

Rowell, Ruf'us 

Parker, Jonathan 

Plidley, Eliza 



36 


Hemlock avenue 




37 


Amaranth path 


200 


38 


Green Brier path 




39 


Green Brier path 


520 


40 


Red Oak avenue 




41 


Cherry avenue 




42 


Cherry avenue 


513 


43 


Cherry avenue 




44 


Cherry avenue 


417 


45 


Cherry avenue 




46 


Cherry avenue 


4^9 


47 


Cherry avenue 




48 


Cherry avenue 




49 


Cherry avenue 




50 


Cherry avenue 




51 


Cherry avenue 




52 


Cherry avenue 




53 


Aster path 


150 


54 


AVhite Pine avenue 




65 


Cherry avenue 




56 


White Pine avenue 




57 


Amaranth path 




58 


Amaranth path 




59 


Cherry avenue 




60 


Cherry avenue 


660 


61 


Cberry avenue 


420 


62 


Cherry avenue 




63 


Cherry avenue 




64 


Cherry avenue 




65 


Willow avenue 




66 


Cherry avenue 




67 


Aspen avenue 




68 


White Pine avenue 




69 


White Pine avenue 


400 


70 


White Pine avenue 




71 


White Pine avenue 


600 


72 


White Pine avenue 




73 


White Pine avenue 




74 


White Pine avenue 




75 


White Pine avenue 




76 


White Pine avenue 




77 


White Pine avenue 




78 


White Pine avenue 




79 


White Pine avenue 




80 


White Pine avenue 




81 


White Pine avenue 




82 


White Pine avenue 




83 


Red Oak avenue 




84 


Red Oak avenue 




85 


Red Oak avenue 


837 


86 


White Oak avenue 




87 


Heliotrope path 


240 


88 


Cherry avenue 




89 


Clematis path 




90 


Narcissus path 




91 


White Oak avenue 





96 



Low, Francis 


02 


Amaranth path 


Low, John J. 


93 


Amaranth path 


Hennessy, Richard 


94 


Clematis path 


Gregg, Mary 


95 


Hemlock avenue 


Jordan, John T. 


90 


Hawthorn path 


Morse, WiUiam 


97 


White Oak avenue 


Smith, Melancthon 


98 


Cherry avenue 


Swett, Samuel W. 


99 


Cherry avenue 


Gorham, James L. 


100 


Cherry avenue 


Bachelder, Josiah G. 


101 


White Oak avenue 


Fowle, Isaac 


102 


"White Oak avenue 


Lawler, William 


103 


White Oak avenue 


Bradford, Charles F. 


104 


Willow avenue 


Hickling, Charles 


105 


Willow avenue 


Blanchard, William 


106 


Willow avenue 


Williams, Isaac F. 


107 


Amaranth path 


Holland, Thomas R. 


108 


Narcissus path 


Tappan, Amelia C. 


109 


Mount Warren avenue 


Whipple, James 


110 


White Oak avenue 


Hant, James 


111 


Red Oak avenue 


Manning, Charles 


112 


Red Oak avenue 


Pitman, John H. 


113 


Red Oak avenue 


Blaney, Charles P. 


114 


Narcissus path 


Clark, Alexander 


115 


White Oak avenue 


Wyman, Asa 


116 


Narcissus path 


Tucker, Joseph W. 


117 


Narcissus path 


Whitmore, Creighton 


118 


Narcissus path 


Gwynne, Samuel 


119 


White Oak avenue 


Krogman, S. B. 


120 


White Pine avenue 


Franks, Dolly G. 


121 


White Oak avenue 


Waters, Ebenezer 


122 


White Oak avenue 


Perry, Rufus A. 


123 


White Oak avenue 


Vila, James 


124 


White Oak avenue 


Sigourney, Daniel A. 


125 


Moss path 


Barry, James 


126 


Narcissus path 


Ware, Leonard 


127 


Narcissus path 


Daniell, Josiah N. 


128 


Narcissus path 


Wrightington, B. T. 


129 


Narcissus path 


Anderson, Rufus 


130 


Nai'cissus path 


Brown, James W. L. 


131 


Narcissus path 


Heard, John J. 


132 


Hawthorn path 


Molineux, Robert W. 


133 


Hawthorn path 


Cunningham, Andrew 


134 


Hawthorn path 


Wadsworth, Samuel 


135 


Hawthorn path 


Rogers, John 


136 


Hawthorn path 


Blake, Samuel P. 


137 


Hawthorn path 


Copeland, Franklin 


138 


Hawthorn path 


Fowler, Edmund M. 


139 


Hawthorn path 


Crane, Samuel D., for the heirs 




of Larra Crane, dec. 


140 


Green Brier path 


White, Isaac D. 


141 


Hawthorn path 


Morgan, Abigail 


142 


Hawthorn path 


Parker, Caleb 


143 


Eliot Hills path 


Whitmore, G. D. 


144 


Eliot Hills path 


Dunbar, David A. 


145 


Aspen avenue 


Steele, E. F. 


146 


Hawthorn path 



500 



360 
360 
360 



360 
360 



195 

600 
120 



150 



400 



460 



540 



150 



96 



Taf't, Read 
Taft, Charles M. 
Winslow, Roland 
Mann, N. P. 
Russell, Georjie R. 
Whitwell, William 
Blake, Jesse 
Brown, W. H. 
Wellman, William A. 
Kittredge, Alvah 
Dickinson, Jos. F. 
Thompson, A. C. 
Davis, Gilman 
Blanchard, A. R., Mrs. 
Dove, George 
Weld, Benjamin 
McKay, William P. 
Andrews, Henry R. 
Hill, David W. 
Hobart, Mary W. 
Lee, W. Raymond 
Amory, Elizabeth 
Howe, M. A. D'Wolf 
Head, Charles Dudley 
Head, Francis C. 
Sherman, Amory F. 
Bond, Sewall B. 
Scates, Dodavah 
Cliubbuck, S. E. 
Campbell, Benjamin F. 
Pratt, Jerahmeel C. 
Parker, Abraham S. 
Mathes, Albert R. 
Haven, Calvin W. 
Haven, Calvin W. 
Keith, William 
Lothrop, Ansel 
Pear, Edward 
Bacal, Thomas 
Badger, George W^. 
Allen, Isaac 
Walker, Catherine R. 
Vose, Elijah 
Gray, Alfred T. 
Wiswall, Samuel S. 
Day, Moses 
Sewall, Moses 
Bartlett, Pliny 
Sears, Joseph H. 
Fuller, David S. 
i^ichols, William S. 
Webber, John, Jr. 
Backall, William K. 
Felton, Samuel 
Train, Samuel F. 
Thwing, Supply C. 



147 
148 
149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 
155 
156 and 157 
158 
159 
ICO 
161 
162 
163 
164 
165 
166 
167 
168 
169 
170 
171 
172 
173 
174 
175 
176 
177 
178 
179 
180 
181 
182 
183 
184 
185 
186 
187 
188 
180 
190 
191 
192 
193 
194 
195 
196 
197 
198 
199 
200 
201 
202 
203 



Yiolet path 
Violet path 
Violet path 
Violet path 
Sweet Brier path 
Cherry avenue 
Hemlock avenue 
Aster path 
Holly path 
Holly path 
Holly path 
Holly path 
Red Oak avenue 
Red Oak avenue 
Red Oak avenue 
Holly path 
Magnolia avenue 
White Oak avenue 
White Oak avenue 
Red Oak avenue 
Violet path 
Violet path 
Violet path 
Violet path 
Violet path 
Red Oak avenue 
Myrtle path 
Myrtle path 
Red Oak avenue 
Red Oak avenue 
Tupelo avenue 
Tupelo avenue 

W^hite Oak avenue 
White Oak avenue 
Hemlock avenue 
White Oak avenue 
White Oak avenne 
White Oak avenue 
Clematis path 
White Pine avenue 
Cherry avenue 
White Pine avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 
Yew avenue 
Chrysanthemum path 
Chrysanthemum path 
Mount Warren avenue 
Rosemary path 
Clematis path 
Rosemary path 
Willow avenue 
Willow avenue 
Willow avenue 
Aspen avenue 
Aspen avenue 



164 

720 

150 
600 

380 



500 



400 
400 
400 
400 



250 
250 
360 
350 

200 
400 
400 
200 

400 

450 
450 
100 
430 



97 



Bartlett, Henry 
Kettell, John B. 
Kettell, John 
Miller, David 
Miller, George 
Smith, George W. 
Grossman, Nathaniel W. 
Jenney, Nelson 
Davis, William H. 
Pearce, William 
Lovell, Josiah G. 
Wood, Alexander 
White, David, Jr. 
Gray, John H. 
Wiley, Thomas 
Wells, Edward 
Campbell, R. C. 
Penniman, Ed. L. 
Packer, George 
Rea, Archelaus 
Arnold, Elizabeth 
Webster, Albert 
Holmes, Richard 
Dudley, Elbridge Gerry 
Curtis, Nelson 
Gore, Watson, Jr. 
Maybin, D. Crav?ford 
Sears, Joseph H, 
Kramer, Matthias 
Sturgis, Russell 
Williams, Sydney B. 
Payson, Samuel 
Shales, Edward 
Cook, Betsey 
Andrews, Alonzo 
Barry, Charles 
Pratt, Joseph 

Clark, Moses 241 

Burbank, Alonzo 
Field, Alexander H. 
Gage, John 
Schmidt, Henry 
Osgood, Mary 
Ryerson, Ebenezer 
Wight, Sylvanus 
Byron, Joseph 

Lovering, Nathaniel P. 
Hunter, William 
Towle, Merribah H. 
Veazie, J. T. 
Coffin, Gardner S. 
Frost, William C. 
Dudley, Ebenezer 
Seaver, John C. 
Seaver, William D. 



204 


Aspen avenue 




205 


White Pine avenue 




206 


White Pine avenue 




207 


Willow avenue 


250 


208 


Willow avenue 


250 


209 


Aspen avenue 




210 


Clematis path 




211 
212 
213 


Aspen avenue 




Aspen avenue 




214 


Aspen avenue 




215 


Aspen avenue 


360 


216 


Aspen avenue 


400 


217 


Cherry avenue 




218 


White Oak avenue 


500 


219 


Heliotrope path 




220 


Heliotrope path 




221 


White Pine avenue 




222 


Cherry avenue 




223 


Cowslip path 




224 


White Oak avenue 




225 


Grape path 




226 


Viburnam path 




227 


Rosemary path 




228 


White Oak avenue 




229 


White Pine avenue 




230 


White Pine avenue 




231 


Rosemary path 




232 


Mount Warren avenue 




233 


Magnolia avenue 




234 


Chetry avenue 




235 


Helioti'ope path 




236 


Aspen avenue 




237 


White Oak avenue 




238 


Aspen avenue 




239 


Geranium path 




240 


White Oak avenue 




and 242 


White Oak avenue 


710 


243 


Geranium path 


130 


2i4 


Cherry avenue 




245 


Geranium path 




246 


Cherry avenue 




247 


Sweet Brier path 


100 


248 


Heliotrope path 




249 


Belltlower path 


200 


250 


Aspen avenue 




251 


Cherry avenue 




252 


White Oak avenue 


400 


253 


Aspen avenue 




254 


Cherry avenue 




255 


Aspen avenue 




256 


Aspen avenue 


200 


257 


Green Brier ])ath 


72 


258 


Willow avenue 




259 


White Oak avenue 




2G0 


White Oak avenue 





Weld, Daniel 
Weld, John D. 
Dickson, Alexander 
Huston, William R. 
Kenney, John 
Minot, AVilliam, Jr. 
Dearborn, H. A. S. 
Dearborn, W. L. 
White, William A. 
Pierce, Horace W. 
Davis, David P. 
Griggs, George S. 
Houghton, Joseph 
Joyce, George F. 
Williams, James 
Eeynolds, William J. 27 
Pollock, George 
Pollard, Abner W. 
Bazin, George W. 
Eand, Abraham W. 
Ayres, John 
Elliott, Charles E. 
Thomas, Charles A. 

Glines, Nathan H. 

Sturgis, James 
Dumaresq, Philip 

Gay, Aaron R. 

Gay, Samuel S. 

Faunce, George B. 

Eaton, William G. 

Groom, Thomas 

Dudley, Ephraim M. 

Davis, Horatio 

Kobinson, J. P. 

Torrey, Joseph G. 

Brown, George, Boston 

Scott, George 

Fay, Cyrus H. 

Rogers, S. G. 

Hunnewell, Frank 

Wentworth, E. M. M. 

Felling, James 

Bell, Amory 

Humphrey, W. A. 

Ellis, Charles 

Ellis, Charles M. 

Whiting, William 

Eastman, Sally 

Williams, Col. Jos., heirs 

AVilliams, Stedman 

Williams, Nehemiah D. 

Williams, John 

Richards, Isaiah D. 

Hall, Charles G. 

Fearing, Lincoln 

Williams, Stephen 



2G1 
262 
263 
264 
265 
266 
267 
268 
269 
270 
271 
272 
273 
274 
275 
6 and 277 
278 
279 
280 
281 
282 
283 
284 
285 
286 
287 
288 
289 
290 
291 
292 
293 
294 
295 
296 
297 
298 
299 
300 
301 
302 
303 
304 
305 
306 
307 
308 
309 
310 
311 
312 
313 
314 
315 
316 
317 



of 



Amaranth path 

Amaranth path 

Amriranth path 

White Oak avenue 

White Oak avenue 

Chrysanthemum path 

Sweet Brier path 

Sweet Brier path 

Eliot liills path 

Mount Warren avenue 

Mount Warren avenue 

Mount Warren avenue 

White Oak avenue 

Clematis path 

Clematis path 

Cowslip path 

Heliotrope path 

Eliot Hills path 

Eliot Hills path 

Heliotrope path 
Cherry avenue 
White Pine avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 
Aspen avenue 
Sweet Brier path 
Sweet Brier path 
White Oak avenue 
White Oak avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 
Heliotrope path 
Mount Warren avenue 
Linden avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 

Mount Warren avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 
Cherry avenue 
White Oak avenue 
Hemlock avenue 
Hemlock avenue 
White Oak avenue 
White Pine avenue 
Kalmia path 
Ivalmia path 
]\lount Warren avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 
Mount AVarren avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 
Laurel path 
Aspen avenue 
Cherry avenue 
Laurel path 
Laurel path 



645 
345 

345 

345 
400 



400 

600 
233 



912 
100 



414 
460 



340 
490 



99 



Buffinton, Jonathan 


318 


Cherry avenue 




Weld, Nancy- 


319 


Cherry avenue 




Lewis, Elijah 


820 


Cherry avenue 




Harrington, Ephraim 


321 


Grape path 


480 


Fisher, Warren 


322 


Grape path 


480 


Simmons, Thomas 


323 


Grape path 


480 


Simmons, David A. 


324 


Grape path 


480 


Simmons, George A. 


325 


Grape path 


480 


Webber, John 


326 


Willow avenue 




Williams, Thomas 


327 


Laurel path 




Browning, Mary E. 


328 


White Oak avenue 


32S 


French, Jonathan 


329 


Amaranth path 




Williams, Jonathan T. 


330 


Laurel path 




Hazin, Charles 


381 


Eliot Hills path 




Frederick, Jabez 


332 


White Oak avenue 


250 


Nichols, Lawrence 


838 


Clematis path 




Braj^, Charles F. 


334 


White Oak avenue 


250 


Bray, Edgar W. 


385 


White Oak avenue 


250 


Burnham, T. 0. H. P. 


336 


Cherry avenue 




Paige, Charles E. 


337 


White Oak avenue 




Hammond, Stephen 


338 


Hawthorn path 




Sawyer, Alpha 


839 


Hawthorn path 




Pollard, George 


340 


Hawthorn path 




Billings, George 


341 


Hawthorn path 




Baker, John 


342 


White Oak avenue 


154 


Sawyer, James 


343 


Cowslip path 




Kittredge, John D. 


344 


Cowslip path 




Rice, William 


345 


Amaranth path 




Langley, Samuel 


346 


Green Brier path 


360 


Faunce, Stephen 


347 


Green Brier path 


S60 


March, Andrew S. 


348 


Holly path 


480 


Pettes, George W. 


349 


White Oak avenue 




Swift, John L. 


350 


Hawthorn path 




Pettes, Henry 


351 


White Oak avenue 




Young, Calvin 


352 


Jasmine path 




Barry, William 


353 


Jasmine path 




Litchfield, Simeon 


354 


Green Brier path 




Mayo, John M. 


355 


White Oak aveune 


dsa 


Cumston, William 


356 


Sweet Brier path 




Smith, Daniel D. 


357 


Hemlock avenue 




Ames, Eobert W. 


358 


Eliot Hills path 




O'Brien, Mehitable 


359 


Green Brier path 


135 


Weld, Sarah 


360 


Aster path 




Leman, John 


861 


White Oak avenue 




Newell, James M. 


362 


Rosemary path 




Hinkley, Thomas F. 


363 


Geranium path 




Hathorne, J. H. 


364 


Amaranth path 




Nunn, Charles 


365 


White Oak avenue 


250 


Williams, Henry H. 


366 


Laurel path 


360 


Williams, Dudley 


367 


Laurel path 


360 


Weld, James 


368 


Hemlock avenue 


450 


Bacon, Jacob 


869 


Hemlock avenue 


450 


Peters, EdAvard D. 


370 


Pine avenue 


2000 


Rumrill, Nancy 


371 


Rosemary path 




Bills, Harriet 


372 


Tupelo avenue 




Calrow, John G. 


373 


Mount Warren avenue 





100 



Plympton, Jeremiah 
Tupper, E. E. 
Mcintosh, George B. 
Dwight, Edmund 
Shaw, Joseph P. 
Heath, Margaret 
Bacon, William, Roxbury 
Bacon, Horace 
Pearson, George W. 
Smith, Daniel C. 
Newcombi James 
Bobbins, Shepard 
Shelton, Stephen 
Chapin, David 
Prescott, Edward 
Severance, E. H. 
Gilbert, Lemuel 
Leavens, S. Davis, heirs of 
Peters, George H. 
Osgood, Samuel 
Littlefield, Samuel S. 
Huckins, James H. W. 
Hutchinson, Andrew B. 
Rogers, Henry, Jr. 
Newman, Robert 
])avenport, Mary C. 
Williams, David W. 
Williams, John D. W. 
French, Jonathan 
Williams, George F. 
Lodge, Giles H. 
Austin, Thomas 
Buffbrd, J. H. 
Carter, Caroline W. 
Sargent, L. M., Jr. 
Clark, Helen M., Mrs. 
Kennedy, Thomas J. W. 
Lee, Nancy 
Fowle, Joshua B. 
Clark, Joseph W. 
Austin, Thomas 
Barker, Theodore T. 
Byram, Robert J. 
Gay, George, Mrs. 
Crichton, George H. 
Rand, Isaac P. 
Mason, Ezekiel F. 
Lowry, Maxwell 
Sands, Edward 
Williams, Tilson 
Flint, Thomas 
Worthington, Caroline 
Patten, 1). & G. 
Barnes, James 
Smith, Martha 
Sanderson, John H. 



374 


Rosemary path 




375 


Clematis path 


180 


376 


Geranium path 


150 


377 


Walnut avenue 


3850 


378 


Geranium path 




379 


Geranium path 


180 


380 


Cherry avenue 


600 


381 


Cherry avenue 




382 


White Pine avenue 




383 


Hemlock avenue 


365 


384 


Hemlock avenue 




385 


Eglantine path 




386 


Eglantine path 




387 


Eglantine path 




388 


Eglantine path 




389 


Rosemary path 




390 


Mount Warren avenue 




391 


Narcissus path 


102 


392 


Mount Warren avenue 


270 


393 


Azalea path 




394 


White Oak avenue 




395 


Rosemary path 




396 


White Pine avenue 




397 


Cherry avenue 




398 


Cherry avenue 




399 


Aspen avenue 


190 


400 


Cherry avenue 


700 


401 


Cherry avenue 


700 


402 


Cherry avenue 


700 


403 


Cherry avenue 


700 


404 


Cherry avenue 


700 


405 


Aster path 




406 


Aster path 




407 


Mount Warren avenue 




408 


Mount Warren avenue 


340 


409 


Geranium path 


340 


410 


Geranium path 


150 


411 


Rosemary path 




412 


Aster path 




413 


Wliite Pine avenue 


400 


414 


Aster path 




415 


Geranium path 




416 


Aster path 




417 


Aster path 




418 


Geranium path 


160 


419 


Cherry avenue 


440 


420 


Cherry avenue 




421 


Aspen avenue 




422 


Willow avenue 


400 


423 


Mount Warren avenue 




424 


Cherry avenue 




425 


Mount Warren avenue 


180 


426 


Rosemary path 




427 


White Pine avenue 




428 


Geranium patli 




429 


Aspen avenue 


100 



101 



Hunnewell, Joseph W. 430 

Stowe, Orville 431 

White, Benjamin C. 432 

Snow, Nathaniel 433 

Drew, William 434 

Jackson, Jane 435 

AVainwright, Peter 436 

Hunting, Reuben 437 

Cooley, William 438 

Page, Kilby 439 

Spaulding, S. E. 440 

Spaulding, B. P. 441 

Chadbourn, Seth 442 

Glover, Thomas 443 

Smith, Phineas B. 444 

Sinclair, Thomas 445 

Wentworth, E. M. M. 446 

Blendell, Sophia M. 447 

Chamberlain, Dexter H. 448 

Hook, William R. M. 44 D 

Dean, Amos J. 450 

Cunningham, Lucy 451 

Davis, Ezra 452 

Sweetser, George H. 453 

Sloan, Charles F. 464 

Prescott, Samuel 455 

Ford, Eliza 456 

Farrington, Ebenezer T. 45 7 

Faunce, Calvin B. 458 

Davenport, George 459 

Davenport, Henry 460 

Sherburne, Charles 461 

Bursley, Henry 462 

Peck, Hannah 463 

Cracklin, Joseph 464 

Thayer, Robert H. 465 

Clark, William 466 

Huff", Owen 467 

Wallis, Levi 468 

Marsh, John 469 

Perry, William, Jr. 470 

Hard wick, William 471 

Gaston, Alexander 472 

Fisk, Bela S. 473 

Jenkins, Wealthy Ann 474 

Seaverns, Thomas W. 475 

Stevens, Polly 476 

Seaverns, Abijah 477 

Taft, Alonzo 4 78 

D wight, Thomas 479 

Appleton, William, Jr. 480 

Warren, J. M. 481 

Warren, J. S. 482 

Lyman, Charles 483 

Warren, John C. 484 

Arnold, Mattrom V. 485 



White Pine avenue 
White Pine avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 
Cherry avenue 
Aster path 
Sweet Brier path 
Cherry avenue 
Clematis path 
Viburnum path 
Geranium path 
Mount Warren avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 
Cherry avenue 
Cherry avenue 
Cherry avenue 
Cherry avenue 
White Pine avenue 
Aster path 
Geranium path 
Rosemary path 
White Pine avenue 
Aster path 
Geranium path 
Cherry avenue 
Cherry avenue 
Bellflower path 
Aspen avenue 
tlyacinth path 
Clematis path 
Clematis path 
Clematis path 
Hyacinth path 
Hyacinth path 
Hemlock avenue 
Geranium path 
Mount Warren avenue 
Clematis path 
Anemone path 
Clematis path 
Mount Warren avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 
White Pine avenue 
White Pine avenue 
Bellflower path 
Bellflower path 
Mount Warren avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 
Mount AVa,rren avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 
Mount Warren avenue 
Rosemary path 



440 
100 
380 
340 



320 
200 



200 
200 



224 

250 
250 
310 

260 
500 



500 



102 



CuT'tis, Sarah 
Hills, Sarah 
Park, John C. 
Turner, Henry 
Beck, Lewis, 
Binney, John 
Brown, Joseph 
Witherbee, John B. 
Osgood, Samuel 
White, Joseph A. 
Warren, Frederick 
White, James T. 
Hiland, Ira 
Hitchcock, Henry 
Simmons, Melvin 
Bisbee, Thomas 
Speare, Alden 
Speare, Alden 
Brewer, Nathaniel 
Boylston & Prince 
Williams, J. D., estate of 
Peirce, William 
Howes, Osborn 
Crowell, Henry G. 
Bixby, S. Clarke 
Dean, Enos W. 
Barker, Edward H. 
Lambert, Joseph 
Burt, Laban 

Nichols, Charles, (for Miss 1 
Powars) j 

Allen, C. J. F. 
Williams, Moses 
Weld, Aaron D. 
Johnson, Henry Augustus 
Wells, Mary 
Smith, Cyrus 
Shelton, Thomas J. 
Richards, Joseph L. 
Lincoln, C. D. and J. S. 
Hill, Henry 
Cunningham, John A. 
Meriam, Abijah S. 
Wentworth, Alexander 
Wentworth, F. B. 
Way, Samuel A. 
Cotting, Caroline M. 
Hunt, George H. 
Butler, Nathaniel 
Weld, Franklin 534 and 

Millard, Charles J. 
Pierce, Jonathan 
Cragin, Daniel 
Burchstead, Benjamin 
Lcavitt, David 
Poland, William C. 



486 


Clematis path 


250 


487 


Bellflower path 




488 


Clematis path 


400 


489 


Aster path 


315 


490 


White Pine avenue 


170 


491 


White Pine avenue 


170 


492 


White Pine avenue 




493 


Aster path 




494 


Azalea path 




495 


Viburnum path 




496 


Eliot Hills path 


400 


497 


Aster path 


200 


498 


Aster path 


240 


499 


Hyacinth path 




500 


Rosemary path 


188 


501 


Rosemary path 


188 


502 


Mount Warren avenue 


260 


503 


Rosemary path 


260 


504 


Aster path 




505 


Cherry avenue 




506 


Cherry avenue 


400 


507 


Bellflower path 




508 


Anemone path 


360 


509 


Anemone path 


360 


510 


AVhite Pine avenue 


360 


511 


Mount Warren avenue 


80 


512 


Clematis path 




513 


Bellflower path 


215 


514 


White Pine avenue ■ 


360 


515 


Bellflower path 




516 


Bellflower path 




517 


Cherry avenue 


400 


518 


Cherry avenue 


400 


519 


White Pine avenue 




520 


Aster path 




521 


Anemone path 


320 


522 


Bellflower path 




523 


Eglantine path 




524 


Bellflower path 




525 


Woodbine path 


290 


526 


Geranium path 




527 


Aster path 




528 


White Pine avenue 


365 


529 


White Pine avenue 


365 


530 


AVhite Pine avenue 


430 


531 


AVhite Pine avenue 


290 


532 


Bellflower path 




533 


Clematis path 


250 


535 


White Pine avenue 


730 


530 


Eglantine path 




537 


White Pine avenue 




538 


Eglantine path 




539 


Eglantine path 




540 


Eglantine path 




541 


Aster path 





103 



Foster, William Hammond 

Perkins, Christine 

WiUard, J. D. 

Chapin, George A. 

Babbitt, Isaac 

Kinstler, Conrad 

Feyhl, John 

Hunt, Sanford M, 

Nickerson, Joseph 

Green, Daniel B. 

Dexter, George S. 

Leighton, Rutus 

Meriam, Abigail 

Mansur, Samuel 

Moore, Eliza 

Lincoln, L. W. 

Morse, Horatio G. 

Lyford, Thomas 

Cass, Moses 

Bailey, Adams 

Williams, Joseph 

Hinds, Justin 

Griggs, John H. 

Rogers, John S. 

Stevens, Sarah J. 

Hinckley, James H. 

Hayes, Ephraim 

Bodge, Mary L. 

Brown, Abigail 

Bowdlear, Samuel 

Gates, Martin L. 

Brewer, Otis 

Richardson, John 

Otis, Theodore 

Winslow, Isaac 

Winslow, Edward 

Winslow, George 

Spence, John 

Hemmenway, Henry C. 

Hanson, John A. 

Foster, Henrietta 

Pearce, Robert 

Learock, John B. 

Gardner, Robert 

Fowle, Parker, 

Fowle, William P. 

Everett, Oliver C. 

Williams, Geo. F., (Guardian) 

Durkee, Silas 

George, Greenleaf C. 

Bacon, John F. 

Bosworth, George W. 

Curtis, Henry 

Ripley, Samuel W. 

Putnam, E. M. 

White, Warren L. 



542 


Laurel path 




543 


Pine avenue 


2130 


544 


Woodbine path 




545 


Bellflower path 


350 


546 


Bellflower path 




547 


Eglantine path 


220 


548 


Eglantine path 


220 


549 


Anemone path 




550 


Anemone path 




551 


Aster path 




552 


Laurel path 




553 


Eglantine path 




554 


Bellflower path 




555 


Bellflower path 




556 


Laurel path 


315 


557 


Eglantine path 




558 


White Pine avenue 




559 


Bellflower path 


340 


560 


Eglantine path 




561 


Laurel path 




562 


Mount Warren avenue 




563 


Hyacinth path 




564 


White Pine avenue 




565 


Eglantine path 




566 


Cherry avenue 




567 


Eglantine path 




568 


Eglantine path 




569 


White Pine avenue 




570 


Eglantine path 




571 


AVbite Pine avenue 


340 


572 


Eliot Hills path 


260 


573 


White Oak avenue 


400 


574 


Azalea path 


130 


575 


Ailanthus path 


700 


576 


Clematis path 


330 


577 


Clematis path 




578 


Clematis path 


340 


579 


White Pine avenue 


500 


580 


Azalea path 


150 


581 


Woodbine path 




582 


Aster path 




583 


Aster path 




584 


White Oak avenue 




585 


Chrysanthemum path 




586 


Woodbine path 


265 


587 


AVoodbine path 


265 


588 


Cherry avenue 


440 


589 


Cherry avenue 


440 


590 


Aster path 




591 


Hyacinth path 




592 


Sweet Brier path 




593 


Eglantine path 




594 


Eglantine path 




595 


White Pine avenue 




596 


Rosemary path 


170 


597 


Rosemary path 


170 



104 



Child, Isaac 

Everett, Otis 599 

Jacobs, Jane L. 
Beal, Levi 
Linzee, Elizabeth 
Curtis, Samuel S. 
Richardson, John A. 
Sumner, Alfred H. 
Cushing, Zenas 
White,'Robert 
Halliburton, George M. 
Hutchins, Ivory 
Haskins, George F. 
Wood, Charles G. 
Hunt, George, Mrs. 
Cornell, Walter 
Pickering, Daniel N. 
Hager, George 
Richardson, Abijah 
Webster, William P. 
Ditson, Oliver 
Burroughs, Caroline 
Ring, Nathaniel 
White, Charles A. ' 
Morrill, Mrs. Mary Ann 
Taylor, George 
Brown, Benjamin, Jr. 
Bender, John 
Yerrick, Christine 
Bean, Aaron H. 
Partridge, Polly W. 
Pray, Thomas O. 
Tufts, Gardner G. 
Nightingale, James 
Ballard, Francis G. 
Ward, Richard 
Burroughs, Henry 
Cole, William 
Smith, John, Capt. 
Wheeler, Gillam B. 
Davis, Isaac 
Guild, Samuel 
Everson, George H. 
Richards, Reuben 
Blanchard, Charles 
Jordan, Charles 
Wis wall, Elisha 
Federhen, John, Jr. 
Dudley, James H. 
Sanford, Philo 
Pomeroy, Henry A. G. 
Heyer, William A. 
Odin, John 

Copeland, William H. C. 
Hyde, M. Smith 
Ritchie, Edward S. 



598 


Azalea path 


230 


and 600 


Eglantine path 


400 


601 


Ailanthus path 


225 


602 


Hyacinth path 


225 


603 


Chrysanthemum path 




604 


Chrysanthemum path 


320 


605 


Chrysanthemum path 


320 


606 


Chrysanthemum path 


320 


607 


Ailanthus path 


325 


608 


Ailanthus path 


225 


609 


Hyacinth path 


225 


610 


Geranium path 


225 


611 


Geranium path 




612 


White Pine avenue 




613 


Ailanthus path 


400 


614 


White Pine avenue 




615 


Chrysanthemum path 


360 


616 


Mount Warren avenue 


250 


617 


Azalea path 




618 


Geranium path 


270 


619 


Cherry avenue 


380 


620 


Chrysanthemum path 




621 


White Pine avenue 




622 


Mount Warren avenue 


400 


623 


Hyacinth path 


225 


624 


Mount Warren avenue 




625 


Mount Warren avenue 




626 


Juniper avenue 


150 


627 


Juniper avenue 


150 


628 


White Oak avenue 




629 


Hyacinth path 


180 


630 


Mount Warren avenue 




631 


Mount Warren avenue 


292 


632 


Hyacinth path 


225 


633 


Chrysanthemum path 




634 


Mount Warren avenue ' 




635 


Chrysanthemum path 




636 


Mount Warren avenue 




637 


Mount Warren avenue 




638 


White Pine avenue 




639 


Wabon path 


325 


640 


Wabon path 


950 


641 


Chrysanthemum path 




642 


Mount Warren avenue 




643 


Holly path 


180 


644 


Juniper avenue 




645 


Clematis path 




646 


Azalea path 




647 


Mount Warren avenue 




648 


Azalea path 




649 


Woodbine path 




650 


Azalea path 


275 


651 


Azalea path 




652 


Azalea path 




653 


Azalea path 


260 


654 


Clematis path 





105 



Coolidge, John T. 
Palmer, Simeon, estate of 
Lord, Robert W. 
Jenkins, Henry T. 
Corey, Barney 
Mair, George Herbert 
Mallett, Charlotte 
Smith, Thomas H. 
Davis, George A. 
Wheeler, Samuel 
White, Benjamin C. 
Dudley, H. A. S. D. 
Harrington, Rebecca 
Harrington, Ellen E. 
Conant, Ezra 
Conant, Caleb A. 
Crane, Friend 
Pear, John S. 
Thayer, John P. 
Davis, William H. 
Davis, William H. 
Weeks, Andrew G. 
Walker, Samuel A. 
Ladd, Frederick P. 
Minot, William 
Howe, John 
Minot, William 
Torrey, John G. 
Tilden, Charles L. 
Barney, Sarah B. 
Sawyer, Stephen L. 
Sawyer, Nathan 
Minot, Albert T. 
Hodgdon, Luther 
Ayres, Benjamin F. 
Wheelwright, Caroline 
Wheelwright, Josiah 
Carlisle, George W. 
Allen, Frederick D. 
Buoncore, Lewis 
Dupee, Lewis, heirs of 
Blake, John H. 
Dorr, E. Ritchie 
Russell, Lydia S. 
D wight, Mary 
May, Benjamin 
Hodge, Thomas S. 
Fitzgerald, Stephen 
James, Elisha 
Calder, John W. 
Maxwell, Charles 
Barnard, Lucinda 
Parkinson, John 
Townsend, Eliza G. 
Newell, Willard 
EUicott, Joseph P. 

14 



055 


Chrysanthemum path 




of G5G 


Chrysanthemum path 


720 


G57 


Azalea path 




658 


Chrysanthemum path 




669 


Chrysanthemum path 


420 


660 


Althea path 




661 


Mount Warren avenue 


168 


662 


Hyacinth path 


240 


663 


Azalea path 




664 


White Pine avenue 


250 


665 


Linden avenue 




666 


Kalmia path 


1254 


667 


Mount Warren avenue 


330 


668 


Mount Warren avenue 


330 


669 


Grape path 


436 


670 


Grape path 


350 


671 


Cherry avenue 




672 


Hyacinth path 


260 


673 


Hyacinth path 




674 and 675 


Laurel path 


1067 


676 and 677 


Woodbine path 


1333 


6 78 


Green Brier path 


380 


679 


Cherry avenue 


400 


680 


Cherry avenue 


360 


681 


Chrysanthemum path 




682 


Chrysanthemum path 


360 


683 


Chrysanthemum path 


360 


684 


Chrysanthemum path 


350 


685 


Chrysanthemum path 


350 


686 


Hawthorn patli 


100 


687 


Chei ry avenue 


200 


688 


Che} ly avenue 


200 


689 


Cherry avenue 




690 


Juni])er avenue 


200 


691 


Junijjer avenue 


200 


692 


Chrysanthemum path 


323 


693 


Chrysanthemum path 


323 


694 


Clematis path 




695 


Cherry avenue 




696 


Clematis path 




697 


Hyacinth path 




698 


Althea path 


340 


699 


Althea path 




700 


Althea path 




701 


Althea path 




702 


Cherry avenue 




703 


Hyacinth path 


225 


704 


Juniper avenue 


200 


705 


Juniper avenue 


200 


706 


Geranium path 


220 


7U7 


Hyacinth path 




708 


White Oak avenue 


120 


7u9 


Lily path 




710 


Lily path 




711 


Juniper avenue 


130 


712 


Linden avenue 


goo 



106 



Fuller, Albert 


713 


Hyacinth path 




Tolman, James P. 


714 


Linden avenue 




Dexter, Samuel A. 


715 


Linden avenue 




Morey, George, for M. Newell 


716 


Linden avenue 




Smith, James W. 


717 


Linden avenue 




Drury, Gardner P. 


718 


Woodbine path 


320 


Wheelwright, Sarah 


719 


Chrysanthemum path 




Briggs, Nathaniel 0. 


720 


Mount Warren avenue 


144 


Cummings, Charles 


721 


Hyacinth path 


165 


Dudley, Charles H. 


722 


Juniper avenue 


125 


Forbes, John M. 


723 


Magnolia avenue 


354 


Forbes, Robert B. 


724 


Magnolia avenue 


354 


Forbes, Margaret 


725 


Magnolia avenue 


354 


Stackpole, Reuben M. 


726 


Juniper avenue 


340 


Chiids, Nathaniel R. 


727 


Juniper avenue 


340 


Childs, Albert 


728 


Juniper avenue 


340 


Stone, Baman 


729 


Juniper avenue 


340 


Watson, Nathan 


730 


Juniper avenue 




Waldron, John, heirs of 


731 


Geranium path 




Heath, Stephen 


732 


Geranium path 




Littlefield, James 


733 


Clematis path 




Smith, Joseph P. 


734 


Cherry avenue 




Shiverick, George 


735 


Geranium path 




Remick, Ai 


736 


Juniper avenue 




May, Samuel 


737 


Walnut avenue 


2175 


Blanchard, Charles H. 


738 


Cherry avenue 


200 


Stephenson, George 


739 


Cherry avenue 


200 


Stewart, Alexander 


740 


Chrysanthemum path 




Weld, William F. 


741 


Linden avenue 


630 


Weld, William G. 


742 


Linden avenue 


580 


Townsend, John P. 743 and 744 


Chrysanthemum path 


680 


Lemon, George E. 


745 


Juniper avenue 




Thompson, George 


746 


Cherry avenue 




Weir, Andrew A. 


747 


Juniper avenue 




Clarke, John J. 


748 


Althea path 




Clarke, Frances C, 


749 


Althea path 




Loring, David 


750 


Geranium path 




Hastings, Catherine E. 


751 


Geranium path 


280 


Woodman, John 


752 


Juniper avenue 


225 


Bicknell, Joseph 


753 


Juniper avenue 


225 


Clarke, C. S. 


754 


Grape path 


132 


Atkinson, Andrew 


755 


Cherry avenue 




Kibbee, Parley M. 


756 


Cherry avenue 




Bobbins, John M. 


757 


Grape path 


260 


Whittier, Robert R. 


758 


Juniper avenue 




Stanton, John L. 


759 


Juniper avenue 




Hastings, Joseph 


760 


Juniper avenue 




Brown, Charlotte R. 


761 


Geranium path 




Ashley, Ossian D. 


762 


Althea path 


350 


Long, Georije W. 


763 


Althea path 


350 


Hobart, William H. 


764 


Althea path 




Hobart, Peter, Jr. 


765 


Althea path 


360 


Page, Willard 


766 


Geranium path 




Jaquith, Augustus D. 


767 


Juniper avenue 




Tarr, Daniel W. 


768 


Juniper avenue 




Steveng, Benjamin F. 


769 


Geranium path 





107 



Trueman, Jedediah L. 


770 


Geranium path 


220 


Milton, Homan, Jr. 


771 


Oleander path 


225 


Lothrop, Elias C. 


772 


Juniper avenue 




Rodgers, Ammon 


773 


Juniper avenue 




Defrees, William H. 


774 


Juniper avenue 




Swallow, Daniel W. 


775 


Geranium path 




Seward, Joshua 


776 


White Oak avenue 




Callahan, Hannah W. 


777 


Clematis path 


340 


Deblois M. and C. 


778 


Juniper avenue 




Elbridge, John S. 


779 


Linden avenue 




Marshall, Lueretia S. 


780 


Oleander path 


225 


Hamilton, Edward 


781 


Juniper avenue 


400 


Stanford, Joanna A. 


782 


Azalea path 


85 


Pope, Holly K. 


783 


Linden avenue 


200 


Trescott, Elijah, Jr. 


784 


Linden avenue 


200 


Kingman, Abner 


785 


Althea path 




Woodman, George 


786 


Juniper avenue 




Hill, Charles H. 


787 


Juniper avenue 




W^elch, Charles W. 


788 


Lilac path 




Pedder, James 


789 


Clematis path 




Shepherd, Betsey 


790 


Althea path 




Nightingale, John F. 


791 


Juniper avenue 




Moorhead, William 


792 


Juniper avenue 




Varnum, William 


793 


Linden avenue 




Perham, Charlotte G. 


794 


Althea path 


220 


Hovey, John 


795 


Althea path 


220 


Haste, Eliza 


796 


Oleander path 


217 


Howe, B. Miles 


797 


Oleander path 


225 


Jackson, Isaac 


798 


Clematis path 


200 


Lovett, Isabella 


799 


Clematis path 


200 


Evans, Harriet F. 


800 


Linden avenue 




Field, Pearson H. 


801 


Linden avenue 




Preston, Elisha H. 


802 


Tulip path 




Payson, Edwin 


803 


Juniper avenue 




Chessman, Nancy W. 


804 


Lilac path 




Campbell, Jeremiah E, 


805 


Lilac path 




Mathes, Charles L. 


806 


Clematis path 




Head, Edward F. 


807 


Mount Warren avenue 


260 


Tarbell, Eben 


808 


Lilac path 


220 


Tarbell, Eben R. 


809 


Lilac path 


220 


Brayton, John D. 


810 


Lilac path 




Anderson, Robert P. 


811 


Linden avenue 




Munroe, Josiah J. 


812 


Fountain avenue 




Brigham, Mary F. 


813 


Fountain avenue 




Quincy, Thomas D. 


814 


Kalmia path 


315 


Bradford, William B. 


815 


Kalmia path 




Loring, William 


816 


Juniper avenue 


200 


Adams, Ashur 


817 


Juniper avenue 


200 


Curtis, Joseph H. 


818 


Pine avenue 


463 


Curtis J. H. and George S. 


819 


Pine avenue 


463 


Curtis, George S. 


820 


Pine avenue 


463 


AVillard, William D. 


821 


Lilac path 




Hinckley, Aaron A. 


822 


Fountain avenue 




Linton, William 


823 


Fountain avenue 




Gordon, Robert 


824 


Lilac path 




Loveland, Jennett L. 


825 


Fountain avenue 


280 



108 



Perkins, Edward 
Libbey, Julia 
Green, Abraham M. 
Low, Ariel 
Sargent, John T. 
Allison, John W. 
Nichols, Robert C. 
Parkinson, Janaes 
Fus&ell, John 
Melzar, Augustus P. 
Hunting, Thomas 
AValker, William L. 
Weld, Christopher M. 
Weld, John G. 
Weld, Stephen M. 
Weld, Francis M. 
Lamb, Reuben A. 
Sumner, William H. 
Tucker, Nathaniel 
Tucker, Nathaniel 
Moore, Charles, heirs of 
Hill, Hamilton A. 
Brown, Mary 
Brown, Henry 
Crafts, Ebenezer 
Pope, Otis 
Guild, Aaron 
Tileston, John N. 
Amory, James S. 
Barnard, Jonas 
Cook, John V. 
Massy, Mary L. 
Harris, George 
Matthews, William, Jr. 
Tucker, Otis W. 
Frothingham, E. L. 
Palmer, Stevens C. 
White, Abijah P. 
Edd)'^, James 
Kingsley, Joseph 
Kendall, Charles S. 
Perrin, Augustus W. 
Fullerton, Alexander 
Perrin, G. W. 
Miller, Erasmus D. 
Wilder, Marshall P. 
Adams, Nathaniel 
Lincoln, Joshua 
Richards, George H. 
Comerais, Henry 
French, Abram 
Burrage, William 
Hentz, Frederick W. 
Young, Calvin, Dorchester 
Park, Ann 
Baldwin, Luke 881 



826 


Bellflower path 


140 


827 


Oleander path 


225 


828 


Oleander path 


255 


829 


Linden avenue 


400 


830 


Lilac path 




831 


Lilac path 




832 


Lilac path 




833 


Tulip path 


220 


834 


Tulip path 


220 


835 


Verbena path 




836 


Linden avenue 




837 


Linden avenue 




838 


Linden avenue 




839 


Linden avenue 




840 


Azalea path 


340 


841 


Azalea path 


410 


842 


Linden avenue 


500 


843 


Sumner hill 


2150 


844 


Linden avenue 


428 


845 


Azalea path 


362 


846 


Lilac path 


350 


847 


Lilac path 




848 


Lilac path 


360 


849 


Lilac path 




850 


Nesutan avenue 


440 


851 


Mayflower path 




852 


Mayflower path 




,853 


Mayflower path 




854 


Walnut avenue 


2040 


855 


Verbena path 




856 


Verbena path 




857 


Oleander path 


200 


858 


Lilac path 


300 


859 


Lilac path 




860 


Fountain avenue 




861 


Lilac path 




862 


Tulip path 




863 


Lilac path 




864 


White Oak avenue 




865 


Verbena path 


360 


866 


Lilac path 




867 


Pine avenue 


780 


868 


Pine avenue 


310 


869 


Pine avenue 


320 


870 


Mount Warren avenue 


400 


871 


Mount Warren avenue 


700 


872 


Lupine path 


270 


873 


Tulip path 


440 


874 


Lupine path 




875 


Moss path 


450 


876 


Moss path 


350 


877 


Moss path 


350 


878 


Lupine path 


315 


879 


Lupine path 




880 


Lilac path 




and 882 


Linden avenue 





109 



Cook, William D. 
Pieper, Louise 
Huckins, Francis 
Keith, James M. 
Palmer, Ezra, Jr. 
Bowditch, Elizabeth B. 
Alexander, Ebenezer 
Strong, George 
Borrowscale, John 
Warren, Eliza 
Cummins, Maria F. 
Cushing, Sarah P. 
Mowe, George W. 
Cloutman, John S. 
Watt, Robert 
Smith, Joel H. 
Hadley, Jane 
Weinz, Christian 
Hale, Daniel L. 
Fay, Charles T. 
Wadleigh, Dexter E. 
Nute, Clarissa 
Bartlett, Dennis S. 
AVheelock, Edward C. 
Hilton, Celeste J. 
Basto, Mason 
Cunningham, Sarah E. 
Pitman, David 
Eastham, AVilliam W. 
Kettell, James 
Carter, James W. 
Carter, John, Jr. 
Currant, John F. 
Learned, Isaac M. 
Brimbecom, Nathaniel 
Lethbridge, Willard F. 
Dexter, George N. 
Tutein, Nancy 
Harris, Luther M. 
Tileston, Edmund P. 
Houghton, Caleb C. 
Boardman, Janet 
Wilcox, John D. F. 
Reed, David K. 
Barnes, Loring B. 
French, Charles 
Coffin, N. W. 
Rowland, Edward W. 
Cobb, Frances A. 

Whiting, Lewis F. 
Roberts, Joseph D. 
Turner, Sarah L. 
Mackintosh, Roger S. 
Pope, Thomas 
Taylor, Isaac 



883 


Juniper avenue 


160 


884 


Lupine path 


270 


885 


Tulip path 


440 


886 


Fountain avenue 




887 and 888 


Tulip path 


650 


889 and 890 


Tulip path 


600 


891 


Lilac path 




892 


Lupine path 


270 


893 


Fountain avenue 


500 


894 


Lupine path 


270 


895 


Althea path 




896 


Ivy path 




897 


Mount Warren avenue 


280 


898 


Lupine path 


270 


899 


Verbena path 




900 


Tulip path 




901 


Fountain avenue 




902 


Lupine path 


270 


903 


Fountain avenue 




904 


Lupine path 


180 


905 


Tulip path 




906 


Fountain avenue 


20 7 


907 


Fountain avenue 


207 


908 


Lupine path 


92 


909 


Iris path 


180 


910 


Tulip path 




911 


Iris path 


120 


912 


Iris path 


210 


913 


Tulip path 




914 


Tulip path 




915 


Mayllower path 


600 


916 


Mayflower path 




917 


Mayflower path 


423 


918 


Mayflower path 


305 


919 


Mayflower path 


340 


920 


Iris path 


180 


921 


Tulip path 




922 


Iris path 


180 


923 


Larch avenue 




924 


Cypress avenue 


875 


925 


Althea path 


259 


926 


Althea path 


135 


927 


Verbena path . 


150 


928 


Verbena path 


150 


929 


Ivy path 


270 


930 


Larch avenue 




931 


Cypress avenue 


500 


932 


Iris path 


136 


933 


Verbena path 


150 


934 


Nesutan avenue 


280 


935 


Larch avenue 




936 


Larch avenue 




937 


Fountain avenue 




938 


Fountain avenue 




939 


Fountain avenue 




940 


Ivy path 


440 



no 



Curtis, Nathaniel 
Martin, Robert 
Fish, Hosea S. 
Walker, Matthew 
Croft, James T. 
Duncan, Archibald 
Lestrom, Magnus 
Jackson, Eben 
Robbins, Charles 
Cleary, Georsje T. 
Willet, William 
Child, Elizabeth 
Rogers, Charles O. 
Richardson, Josiah B. 
Hobart, Charles G. 
Leeds, Samuel 
Littlefield, Alvah 
Mackintosh, William H. 
Palmer, William 
Palmer, William H. 
Bixby, Philip W. 
Sprague, William 
Winsor, Edward 
Hyde, Jerusha 
Hills, Samuel 
Seaver, Benjamin 
Moore, Emery N. 
Cochrane, William A. 
Hall, Henry A. 
Bryant, Charles B. 
Morse, Frederick W. 
Hill, Samuel 
Reed, Samuel G. 
Fletcher, Robert 
Mott, Joshua 

Kupfer, Charles F., heirs of 
Blake, William 
Paul, Joseph F. 
McNutt, John J. 
Heaman, John, Mrs. 
Leavens, Benjamin F. 
Faxon, Hannah M. 
Young, Catherine C. 
Sturtevant, Newell 
Bigelow, D. Jackson 
Wallis, Paul D. 
Winslow, Reuben 
Mack, Nehemiah 
Cary, Nathan C. 
Taber, Harriet 
Elder, William 
Linscott, Wingate 
Scott, Robert 
Collyer, Isaac J. P. 
Briggs, Andrew G. 
Thayer, Geoige L. 



941 


Ivy path 


500 


942 


Fountain avenue 




943 


Mount Warren avenue 


320 


944 


Fountain avenue 




945 


Fountain avenue 




946 


Fountain avenue 




947 


Lupine path 


212 


948 


Fountain avenue 




949 


Fountain avenue 




950 


Fountain avenue 




951 


White Oak avenue 




952 


Fountain avenue 




953 


Larch avenue 




954 


Larch avenue 




955 


Larch avenue 




956 


Larch avenue 




957 


Larch avenue 




958 


Larch avenue 




959 


Larch avenue 




960 


Larch avenue 




961 


Larch avenue 




962 


Larch avenue 




963 


Larch avenue 




964 


Mount Warren avenue 


320 


965 


Fountain avenue 




966 


Larch avenue 


400 


967 


Hemlock avenue 


325 


968 


Fountain avenue 




969 


Iris path 


400 


970 


Lotus path 


400 


971 


Larch avenue 




972 


Ivy path 


412 


973 


Consecration avenue 


1000 


974 


Ivy path 


440 


975 


Fountain avenue 




976 


Sumach path 


350 


977 


Sumach path 


350 


978 


Tulip path 


218 


979 


Tulip path 


218 


980 


Fountain avenue 




981 


Lotus path 


360 


982 


Mayflower path 




983 


Iris path 




984 


Fountain avenue 




985 


Rose path 




986 


Larch avenue 




987 


White Oak avenue 


480 


988 


Lotus path 




989 


Fountain avenue 


150 


990 


Fountain avenue 


200 


991 


Lotus path 




992 


Fountain avenue 




993 


White Oak avenue 




994 


Fountain avenue 




995 


Sumach path 




996 


. Sumach path 





Ill 



Cassell, G. 

Smith, Michael H. 

Pope, Frederick, Mrs. 

Getting, Benjamin E. 

Hutchins, Simon 

Brown, Asa 

Wharton, Robert 

Smith, Samuel D. 

Ewell, William S. 

Scott Thomas A., and Martha 

Drake 
Smith, Dwelly T. 
Stockwell, M. S. 
Sampson, Charles 
Adams, Lydia Ann 
Sanford, William H. 
Morton, Ebenezer 
Kingsley, Julia Ann 
Hall, Richard 
Kennedy, Donald 
Maguire, Francis 
Bradish, Levi J. 
Burt, Seth F. 
Rollins, John W. 
Whitwell, John P. 
Mash, Peter 
Balch, John 
Whiting, Samuel W. 
Black, Jane 
Chandler, Henry H. 
Capen, Moses L. 
Bartlett, B. C. 
Carnes, John 
Bacon, Margaret 
Grant, Charles E. 
Weston, Oliver 
Atkins, Simon P. 
Barrett, Gilman 
Lunt, Henry 
Austin, Arthur W. 
Willard, Paul 
Seaver, George 
Seaver, George 
Wright, John M. 
Hersey, George E. 
Soren, John J. 
Harmon, Henry M. 
Reynolds, Cynthia 
Reynolds, Grindall 
Lowd, Charles J. 
Page, Edward 
Blackbird, George 
Leeds, Samuel 
Ames, Asa 
Preston, Elisha 
Leach, Eliab 



997 


Fountain avenue 




998 


Fountain avenue 




999 


Rosemary path 




1000 


Mount Warren avenue 


1000 


1001 


J^olus path 




1002 


Lotus path 




1003 


Fountain avenue 




1004 


Mayflower path 




1005 


Mimosa path 


150 


1006 


Fountain avenue 




1007 


Geranium path 


150 


1008 


Fountain avenue 


210 


1009 


Lupine path 


315 


1010 


Bellflower path 


120 


1011 


Magnolia avenue 


935 


1012 


Mayflower path 




1013 


Kalmia path 




1014 


White Oak avenue 




1015 


White Oak avenue 




1016 


Larch avenue 


400 


1017 


Mayflower path 




1018 


Lotus path 




1019 


Mimosa path 


150 


1020 


Lotus path 




1021 


Lotus path 




1022 


Mount Warren avenue 


400 


1023 


Mimosa path 


150 


1024 


Mimosa path 


150 


1025 


Lotus path 




1026 


Mayflower path 




1027 


Lotus path 




1028 


Mimosa path 


150 


1029 


Mount Warren avenue 




1030 


Mount Warren avenue 


400 


1031 


Larch avenue 


400 


1032 


Cypress avenue 


250 


1033 


Cypress avenue 


250 


1034 


Lotus path 




1035 


Walnut avenue 


360 


1036 


Walnut avenue 


360 


1037 


Cypress avenue 


225 


1038 


Cypress avenue 


225 


1039 


Walnut avenue 


360 


1040 


Walnut avenue 


360 


1041 


Lotus path 




1042 


Lotus path 




1043 


Sumach path 




1044 


Sumach path 


352 


1045 


Mimosa path 


150 


1046 


Lotus path 


240 


1047 


Lotus path 




1048 


Rose path 


390 


1049 


Mimosa path 


150 


1050 


Rose path 


455 


1051 


Lotus path 





112 



Baldwin, Luke 
Furber, Page 
Furber, William H. H. 
Child, Stephen 
Dudley, Elbridge G. 
Cook, William H. 
Richardson, George 
Cheever, William 
Curtis, Hiram 
Whitney, Salmon 
Cordwell, Robert H. 
Pratt, Samuel F. 
Fowle, John A. 
Reed. Timothy 
Heyer, Ellis J. 
Hill, Frederick S. 
Sweetser, Margaret M. 
Mosely, Thomas M. 
Hall, Martin 
Davip, Ethan 
Richardson, A. Augustus 
Ayres, Frances E. 
Boyd, Francis 
Stanwood, Eben C. 
Tyler, John 
Dudley, B. F. 
Fenno, William, Mrs. 
Chad wick, Joseph H. 
May, William B. 
Hill, William H. 
Turner, Emeline F. 
Rutledge, James S. 
Homer, Fitzhenry, heirs of 
Ellis, Freeman 
Merrill, Joseph VV. 
Noyes, Mary 
Swazey, Alexander 
Kendrick, William W. 
Adams, Samuel 
Batchelder, (leorge A. 
Folsom, James 
Thorndike, Eben B. 
Barnes, David C. 
Ager, Solomon 
Pierce, Samuel S. 
Eager, Edward R. 
Marquand, John P. 
Wood, Elijah R. 
Wing, Benjamin F. 
Metcalf, Theodore 
Lewis, William K. 
Wood worth, Robert N. 
Walker, Samuel, Jr. 
Hall, John 

Waterman, Dependence S. 
AVaterman, Isaac 



1052 


Kalmia path 


340 


1053 


Sumach path 


177 


1054 


Sumach path 


177 


1055 


Sumach path 


330 


1056 


Sumach path 


330 


1057 


Larch avenue 




1058 


Rose path 




1059 


Rose path 




1060 


Rose path 




1061 


Rose path 




1062 


Lotus path 




1063 


Mimosa path 


150 


1064 


Spruce avenue 




1065 


Lotus path 


320 


li'66 


Lotus path 




1067 


Mimosa path 


150 


1068 


Kalmia path 




1069 


Lotus path 




1070 


Mimosa path 


200 


1071 


Lotus path 




1072 


Lotus path 




1073 


Mimosa path 


150 


1074 


Columbine path 




1075 


Columbine path 




1076 


Columbine path 




1077 


Columbine path 


280 


1078 


Lotus path 




1079 


Rose path 




1080 


Rose path 




1081 


Rose path 




1082 


Rose path 




1083 


Hyacinth path 


142 


1084 


Larch avenue 




1085 


Spruce avenue 




1086 


Lotus path 




1087 


Larch avenue 




1088 


Mimosa path 


200 


1089 


Columbine path 




1090 


Kalmia path 




1091 


Fountain avenue 




1092 


Larch avenue 


200 


1093 


Larch avenue 


200 


1094 


Lotus path 




1095 


Larch avenue 




1096 


Poplar avenue 


540 


1097 


Lotus path 




1098 


Kalmia path 




1099 


Lotus path 




1100 


Kalmia path 




1101 


Lilac path 


580 


1102 


Fountain avenue 


280 


1103 


Larch avenue 




1104 


Honeysuckle path 


270 


1105 


Spruce avenue 




1106 


Kalmia path 


230 


1107 


Kalmia path 


230 



113 



Parker, John D. 


1108 


Spruce avenue 




Swinson, William 


1109 


Larch avenue 




Walker, Clement A. 


1110 


Rose path 


240 


Walker, Galen, Mrs. 


]111 


Rose path 


165 


Metcalf, Thomas 


1112 


Rose path 




Farnum, Henry 


1113 


Larch avenue 




Patch, Franklin F. 


1114 


Larch avenue 




Gilmore, Addison 


1115 


Cypress avenue 


400 


Betton, George E. 


1116 


Larch avenue 




W^allace, Benjamin 


1117 


Larch avenue 




Nightingale, James W., Mrs. 


1118 


Spruce avenue 


240 


Talbot, Samuel D. 


1119 


Spruce avenue 




Sprague, Charles J. 


1120 


Fountain avenue 


600 


Sullivan, James P. 


1121 


Kalmia path 




Chorley, John 


1122 


Rose path 




White, George 


11-23 


Rose path 




Hayden, Charles H. 


1124 


Rose path 




Burkhardt, Gotlieb F. 


1125 


Rose path 




Stephenson, Charles F. 


1126 


Fountain avenue 




DeL-esdenier, Emily P. 


1127 


Fountain avenue 




Fowle, Edwin M. 


1128 


Spruce avenue 




Davis, Daniel C. 


1129 


Rose path 




Ar Showe, Charles 


1130 


Fountain avenue 




Morrison, D. D. 


1131 


Mimosa path 


210 


Fernald, WiUiam M. 


1132 


Spruce avenue 




Lecompte, Francis D. 


1133 


Mimosa path 


150 


Bacon, Joseph V. 


1134 


Consecration avenue 


350 


Cushing, Lemuel 


1135 


Cypress avenue 




Sleeper, Hanson M. 


1136 


Cypress avenue 




Morton, Josephus 


1137 


Mayflower path 




Spare, Galen 


1138 


Spruce avenue 




Woodbury, Joseph P. 


1139 


Mount Warren avenue 




Hichborn, George R. 


1140 


Spruce avenue 




Pray, Amasa 


1141 


Cypress avenue 


260 


Brewer, Charles 


1142 


Cypress avenue 


500 


Garden, Eobert C, Mrs. 


1143 


Mimosa path 


150 


James, Benjamin F. 


1144 


Rose path 




Gilmore, Eliab, Mrs. 


1145 


Rose path 




Starkweather, Jos. B. 1 146 and 1 14 7 


Larch avenue 


400 


Carleton, Guy 


1148 


Larch avenue 




Barnes, Thomas P. 


1149 


Yarrow path 




Morse, Elijah 


1150 


Spruce avenue 




Fullam, David 


1151 


Fountain avenue 




Chandler, Theophilus P. 


1152 


Magnolia avenue 




Chandler, Peleg W. 


1153 


Magnolia avenue 




Pillsbury, John C. 


1154 


Spruce avenue 




Anderson, John W., Jr. 


1155 


Spruce avenue 




Bradford, J. Eussell 


1156 


Rose path 




Moore, Ann M. 


1157 


Honeysuckle path 




Nutter, Henry, heirs of 


1158 


Spruce avenue 




Gavett, Charles H. 


1159 


Lotus path 




Stevens, Henry R. 


1160 


Columbine path 




Kupp, Francis 


1161 


Yarrow path 




Cushing, Samuel T. 


1162 


Fountain avenue 




Marsh, John 


1163 


Mimosa pai li 




Whytal, Thomas G. 


1164 


Spruce avenue 





15 



114 



Rogers, John, Boston 
Beecher, Laban S. 
Atherton, Caroline F. 
Damrell, William S. 
Pratt, Nancy M. 
Norton, William 
Chandler, Benjamin 
Nudd, Stephen W. 
Smith, James M. 
Davis, William, Jr. 
Hardacker, David 
Walker, Eliza 
Miller, Mary A. 
Evans, Horatio 
Tucker, James Jr. 
Proctor, Charles 
Balch, Joseph W. 
Eldridge, Asa, Mrs. 
Balch, Joseph W., trustee for ] 
Martha W. Cowing | 

Wesselhceft, William P. 
Haughton, James 



Singleton, John, heirs of 
Matthews, William B., Mrs. 
Lakin, Louisa 
Way, John M. 
Eeed, Loring W. 
Chapman, Mary C. 
Wheeler, Ward A. 
Bodwell, Charles H. 
Bartlett, George T. 
Sherman, William H. 
Sparrell, E. Kirkwood 
Clapp, William 
Worthington, Wm. F., adm'r, 
Bates, Henry M. 
Shute, William M. 
Weston, Ebenezer H. 
Stetson, Cushing 
Bowles, Robert C. M. 
Blake, Mary 
Wheeler, Theodore 
Stedman, Francis F. 
Mann, Peleg, heirs of 
Swift, William A. 
Gerry, Samuel L. 
Hilliard, Mrs. Elizabeth C. 
Frost, H. W. B. 
Atkins, Lydia Ann 
Leman, Eben C. 
Todd, Reuben J. 
Webster, John G. 
Webster, David L, 



1165 


Mimosa path 


150 


1166 


Cypress avenue 


450 


1167 


Fountain avenue 




1168 


Fountain avenue 




1169 


Mimosa path 


150 


1170 


Honeysuckle path 


240 


1171 


Lotus path 




1172 


Yarrow path 




1173 


Yarrow path • 


150 


1174 


Moss path 




1175 


Honeysuckle path 


260 


1176 


Honeysuckle path 




1177 


Honeysuckle path 




1178 


Rose path 




1179 


Sumach path 


1000 


1180 


Spruce avenue 




1181 


Snow Drop path 




1182 


Snow Drop path 




1183 


Snow Drop path 




1184 






1185 


Snow Drop path 




1186 


Sumach path 


660 


1187 


Walnut avenue 


1025 


1188 


Walnut avenue 


1025 


1189 


Fountain avenue 




1190 


Honeysuckle path 




1191 


Fountain avenue 


450 


1192 


Columbine path 




1193 


Columbine path 


, 


1194 


Fir avenue 




1195 


Spruce avenue 




1196 


Honeysuckle path 




1197 


Yarrow path 




1198 


Mayflower path 




1199 


Yarrow path 




1200 


Mimosa path 


150 


1201 


Poplar avenue 


1000 


1202 


Mimosa path 


150 


1203 


Mayflower path 




1204 


Mimosa path 


150 


1205 


Fir avenue 


350 


1206 


Fir avenue 


350 


1207 


Yarrow path 




1208 


Yarrow path 




1209 


Larch avenue 




1210 


Mimosa path 


150 


1211 


Spruce avenue 




1212 


Honeysuckle path 




1213 


Mimosa path 


150 


1214 


Lake avenue 




1215 


Mimosa path 


150 


1216 


Honeysuckle path 




1217 


Spruce avenue 


400 


1218 


Mayflower path 




1219 


Mayflower path 





115 



Brown, James 


1220 


Mimosa path 


150 


Warnock, Samuel L. 


1221 


Lake avenue 


340 


Hepworth, George H. 


1222 


Lake avenue 




Brown, Benjamin F. 


1223 


Lake avenue 




Vinton, Elisha 


1224 


Poplar avenue 


400 


Seaver, Susan 


1225 


Cherry avenue 


285 


Harrington, Solomon, heirs of 


1226 


Lake avenue 




Barton, William 


1227 


Honeysuckle path 




Everett, William 


1228 


Honeysuckle path 




Osborn, John 


1229 


Yarrow path 




Spencer, William H. 


1230 


Larch avenue 




Gushing, Horace 


1231 


Poplar avenue 


400 


Gollis, William H. 


1232 


Mimosa path 


150 


Ward, Sylvester H. 


1233 


Spruce avenue 


225 


Conant, Nathan D. 


1234 


Spruce avenue 


225 


Adams, William D. 


1235 


Yarrow path 




Saunders, M. M. 


1236 


Fir avenue 




Wells, Benjamin, Jr. 


1237 


Cypress avenue 


450 


Vose, James W. 


1238 


Pink path 


560 


Pope, George W. 


1239 


Spruce avenue 




Holbrook, S. F. 


1240 


Honeysuckle path 




Hastings, Sarah H. 


1241 


Mimosa path 


150 


Mitchell, Thomas S. 


1242 


Mulberry avenue 




Woodward, Sarah 


1243 


Pink path 


280 


Roberts, Edward 


1244 


Mayflower path 






1245 


Honeysuckle path 




Hallett, Lothrop 


1246 


Pink path 




Eaton, William D. 


1247 


Spruce avenue 




Hiler, Thomas G. 


1248 


Spruce avenue 




Coffin, George 


1249 


Pyrola path 


166 


Frost, George, 1st 


1250 


Spruce avenue 


460 


Frost, Charles 


1251 


Spruce avenue 


460 


Brown, Jeremiah 


1252 


Lake avenue 




Kimball, Sylvester 


1253 


Spruce avenue 




Hall, Thomas 


1254 


Columbine path 




Smith, Charles E. 


1255 


Pyrola path 


150 


Litchfield, Lawrence 


1256 


Spruce avenue 


. '400 


Heilge, Charles F. 


1257 


Columbine path 




Munroe, Daniel 


1258 


Pink path 




Barnard, Mrs. William P. 


1259 


Mayflower path 




Hunkins, John H. 


1260 


Spruce avenue 




Poole, Samuel 


1261 


Spruce avenue 




Brigham, John A. 


1262 


Pink path 




Weller, Andrew, Jr. 


1263 


Pink path 




Richardson, J. C. 


1264 


Pyrola path 


150 


Walker, James 


1265 


Fountain avenue 




Weston, Matilda F. 


1266 


Pyrola path 


150 


Tufts, William 


1267 


Pyrola path 


150 


Capen, William 


1268 


Pyrola path 


150 


Emmes, Samuel 


1269 


Mulberry avenue 


985 


Southack, George 


1270 


Mulberry avenue 


985 


Gould, Thomas R. 


1271 


Cypress avenue 


450 


Mann, Henry E. 


1272 


Asphodel path 




Morris, Thomas D. 


1273 


Pyrola path 


150 


Emery, Harriet P. 


1274 


Pyrola path 


150 


Shed, Samuel A. 


1275 


Mulberry avenue 





116 



Bragg, Wm. M. 
fisk, Samuel C. 
Knights, Frederick M. 
Aikin, James B. 
Keating, John F. 
Chase, Samuel S. 
Wakefield, Elizabeth 
Brooraan, George 
Wilson, Lewis B. 
Hale, Robert 
Paradise, William T. 
Sargent, Joseph 
Sargent, Henry- 
Rouse, Samuel M. B. 
Calrow, Joseph 
Damrell, John S. 
Pierce, Samuel B. 
Saville, William O. 
Lindsley, Joseph C. 
Gibbs, Rufus 
Loring, Elisha T. 
King, Franklin 
King, Franklin 

Whittington, Granville N. 
Sargent, Cyrus 
Crockett, Selden 
Richardson, Isaac T. 
Crawford, James 
O'Brine, William 
Fobes, Horace 

Clark, John 

Association, Boston Young ] 
Men's Christian j" 

Tenney, Nathaniel F. 

Hovey, Elbridge A. 
D'Wolf, John L. 
Hopkins, Solomon 
Robinson, John T. 
Partridge, Artemas 
Partridge, Adin 
Walmsley, Henry 
Porter, Charles 
May, John W. 
Ward, William H. 

Drury, Mary Jane 
Elliott, James R. 
Wood, James F. 
Wright, William 
Fowle, William B. 
Fowle, William B. 
Stiles, Hosea B. 
Allen, Thomas J. 



1276 
1277 

1278 
1279 
1280 
1281 
1282 
1283 
1284 
1285 
1286 
1287 
1288 
1289 
1290 
1291 
1292 
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1301 
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1325 
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1327 
1328 
1329 
1330 



Honeysuckle path 
Columbine path 
Columbine path 
Pyrola path 
Columbine path 
Lake avenue 
Pyrola path 
Pyrola path 
Honeysuckle path 
Spruce avenue 
Pyrola path 
Pink path 
Pink path 
Pyrola path 
Pyrola path 
Poplar avenue 
Rhododendron path 
Columbine path 
Pink path 
Pink path 
Pink path 
Pink path 
Pink path 

Pink path 
Pink path 
Pink path 
Pyrola path 
Honeysuckle path 
Pyrola path 
Columbine path 

Honeysuckle path 
Pyrola path 
Lake avenue 

Pyrola path 
Wabon path 
Pink path 
Pyrola path 
Lake avenue 
Lake avenue 
Pink path 
Pyrola path 
Columbine path 
Pink path 

Pyrola path 
Pink path 
Arethusa path 
Cypress avenue 
Asphodel path 
Asphodel path 
Honeysuckle path 
Mulberry avenue 



287 
287 
150 



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150 
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330 
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207 
207 
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220 
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Acorn, Jerusha 


1331 


Mulberry avenue 


Ladd, William H. 


1332 


Arethusa path 


Ramsay, James S. 


1333 


Honeysuckle path 


Hoogs, Stephen F. 


1334 


Arethusa path 


Kidder, Henry P. 


1335 


Pink path 


Burrage, William 


1336 


Rhododendron path 


Howes, Willis 


1337 


Columbine path 


Brown, John N. 


1338 


Lake avenue 


Mansur, Oilman, heirs of 


1339 


Columbine path 


Putnam, Silas S. 


1340 


Lake avenue 


Pope, William 


1341 


Rhododendron path 


Curtis, John 


1342 


Pyrola path 


Estabrook, Benjamin 


1343 


Pyrola path 


Waterman, Melzar 


1344 


Crocus path 


Sanborn, Ira E., Jr. 


1345 


Pink path 


Tremlitt, Cordelia 


1346 


Asphodel path 


Frost, Eben R. 


1347 


Spruce avenue 


Montague, Samuel R. 


1348 


Spruce avenue 


Nutter, Charles C. 


1349 


Rhododendron path 


Winchester, William H. 


1350 


Columbine path 


Dudley, Henry 


1351 


Lake avenue 


Kennard, Martin P. 


1352 


Snow Drop path 


Chapin, Nathaniel G. 


1353 


Snow Drop path 


Freeman, Watson 


1354 


Cypress avenue 


Stone, Ebenezer 


1355 


Pink path 


Josselyn, Alonzo 


1356 
1357 


Spruce avenue 


Hosley, Benjamin 


1358 


Lake avenue 


Shepard, John 


1359 


Lake avenue 


Kendall, Thomas 


1360 


Bignonia path 


Turner, Job A. 


1361 
1362 


Bignonia path 


Kent, Eleanor, Mrs. 


1363 


Pyrola path 


Prouty, Dwight 


1364 


Columbine path 


Pearce, Nelson 


1365 


Columbine path 


Cushing, Lemuel 


1366 


Cypress avenue 


Wiggin, George H. 


1367 


Pyrola path 


Monks, John P., heirs of 


1368 


Mount Warren avenue 


Fauchney, David 


1369 


Pyrola path 


Quincy, John W. 


1370 


Mount W^arren avenue 


Clark, William D. 


1371 


Pyrola path 


Green, Capt. Benjamin G. 


1372 


Pink path 


Lash, Augustus F. 


1373 


Pyrola path 


Stevens, Albert H. 


1374 


Lake avenue 


Hicks, Samuel D. 


1375 


Rock Maple avenue 


Badger, Erastus B. 


1376 


Rock Maple avenue 


Bere, John 


1377 


Columbine path 


Brown, Dorcas, Mrs- 


1378 


Columbine path 


White, George 


1379 


Pyrola path 


Barker, George T. 


1380 


Asphodel path 


Anderson, John 


1381 


Lake avenue 


Anderson, William S. 


1382 


Lake avenue 


Briggs, Harrison 0. 


1383 


Pink path 


Briggs, Edwin 


1384 


Pink path 


Powers, Eliza A. 


1385 


Pyrola path 


Butler, David P. 


1386 


Arethusa path 


Lincoln, Charles N. M. 


1387 


Yarrow path 



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