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Full text of "The New-Bedford directory ... and the town register ... Also, a list of whale ships, belonging to the United States"

NEW-BEDFORD DIRECTOHI, 

• • CONTAINING* THE 



NAMSS OF THE INHABITANTS, 



THEIR 



OCCUPATIONS, PLACES OF BUSINESS,- AND;! 
DWELLING HOUSES. 



TOWN REGISTER, 

^ »< T* WITH LIST* OF THB 

'STREETS AND WHARFES, 

THE 

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TOWN OFFICERS, PUBLIC OFFICES AND BANKS, CHURCJ3C? 1 
*••% AND MINISTERS, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, 

AND OTHEH 

USEFJjL INFORMATION: 
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TO WHICH IS ADDED 

TKE BY-LAWS AND ORDINANCES OP SAID TOWH J[| 



BY HENRY" H..CRAFO. 

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A LIST OF WHALE SHIPS, 

SKLOfrGINO TO THE UHITtD STATE*. 

NEW-BEDFORD t 

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1836. 



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THE 

NEW-BEDFORD DIRECTORY, 

CONTAINING THE 

NAMES OF THE INHABITANTS, 

THEIR 

OCCUPATIONS, PLACES OF BUSINESS, AND 
DWELLING HOUSES. 

AND THE 

TOWN REGISTER, 

WITH LISTS OF THE 

STREETS AND WHARVES, 

THE 

TOWN OFFICERS, PUBLIC OFFICES AND BANKS, CHURCHES 
AND MINISTERS, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, 

AND OTHER 

USEFUL INFORMATION: 

TO WHICH IS ADDED 

THE BY-LAWS AND ORDINANCES OF SAID TOWN, 






BY HEMRY H. CRAFO. 

ALSO, 

A LIST OF WHALE SHIPS, 

BELONGING TO THE UNITED STATES. 



NEW-BEDFORD: 

J. C. PARMENTER, PRINTER. 



1830, / rl 



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CONTENTS. 



Town Register : 

United States Officers . 5 

Custom House Officers . . . . 5 

Commonwealth Officers .... 6 

County Officers . . 7 

County Officers residing in New Bedford . . 8 

Police Court for the Town of New Bedford . . 9 

Town Officers 9 

Fire Department . . . \ j 

Engines and Engine Men . . .12 

Banks . . . .18 

Insurance Offices . . . . 20 

Institution for Saving 21 

Churches and Ministers . . . 21 

Physicians and Surgeons . 22 
Public Buildings, Public Offices, Incorporated Societies 

Newspapers, etc. . . 22 

Candle Houses and Oil Manufactories . . 23 

Hotels, Taverns, <$« c * • • .23 

Population . • . . 24 

New Bedford Social Library . .25 

" Lyceum . . . .25 

" Port Society . . • , 25 

" Temperance Society . . .26 

" Anti-Slavery Society , . 26 

" Bible Society . . .26 

" Young Men's Temperance Society . . 26 

" Young Men's Anti-Slavery Society . . 27 

" Mechanics Association . . .27 

Schools and School Teachers 27 

Militia Officers residing in New Bedford . . 29 

Streets, Alleys, etc. . . 30 

Wharves . . . .33 

DIRECTORY : 

Names, Occupation, &c. of the Inhabitants residing in the Village 35 
Names of the Inhabitants residing in the Town of New 

Bedford, but without the Village . . 92 

Shipping List . . . • 95 

By-Laws . . . . . Ill 



Abbreviations made use of in this Directory. 
S. for south ; N. for north ; c. for colored ; c. r. for counting room ; cor. for 
corner ; and st. for street, which in most cases is omitted as superfluous. 

Explanations. 

Those persons to whose names the asterisk is affixed, are supposed to be in 
Town, but whose places of residence are not known. 

Numbers increase from Union street North and South, and from the river West, 
with very few exceptions. Odd numbers are placed on the North and West 
sides of streets, and even numbers on the South and East sides. 

Additions. 
A Friend's Meeting for worship is regularly held at the Lyceum, William 
street, west of Purchase. 



TOWN REGISTERo 



UNITED STATES OrFICEBS. 

Salaries. 

President V. S. Andrew Jackson, Tennessee, §25,000 

Vice President, Martin Van Buren, New York, 5,000 

Secretary of State, John Forsyth, Georgia, 6,000 

Secretary of the Treasury, Levi Woodbury, N. H. 6,000 

Secretary of War, Lewis Cass, Michigan, 6,000 

Secretary of the Navy, Mahlon Dickerson, N. J. 6,000 

Post Master General, Amos Kendall, Kentucky, 6,000 

Attorney General, Benjamin F. Butler, New York, 4,000 

Chief Justice, Roger B. Taney, Maryland, 5,000 

Associate Judges, Joseph Story, Massachusetts, 4,500 

Smith Thompson, New York, 4,500 

John M' Lean, Ohio, 4,500 

Henry Baldwin, Pennsylvania, 4.500 

James M. Wayne, Georgia, 4,500 



CUSTOM HOUSE OFFICERS. 

DISTRICT OF NEW BEDFORD. 

The Custom-House is open every day Sundays and the 
Fourth of July excepted, from 9 to 12 and from 2 to 4. 

PORT OF NEW BEDFORD. 

Lemuel Williams, Collector, 

William H. Taylor, Deputy Collector. 

James Freeman, Clerk. 

James Cannon, Inspector and Boarding Officer. 

Silas Kempton, Inspector, Gauger, Weigher, <Sfc. 

Offices in Custom House, North-Second corner William. 



PORT OF FAIRHAVEN. 

Z. M. Allen, Inspector. 



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BEGISTER, 
PORT OF ROCHESTER* 

Wiiber Southworth, Inspector, Mattapoisett, 
Noble E. Bates, Inspector, Sippican. 

PORT OF WAREHAM. 

David Nye, Inspector. 

PORT OF DARTMOUTH, 

Jireh Shearman, Inspector. 

PORT OF WESTPORT. 

Isaac Corey, Inspector. 
William White, do. 

H.EVENUE CUTTER, MCLANE. 

William A. Howard, Captain. 
Josiah Sturgis, 1st Lieutenant. 
Gorge Hayes, Jr. 2nd Lieutenant, 
John S. S. Chaddock, 3rd Lieutenant. 
eb Prouty, Pilot. 

COMMONWEALTH OFFICERS. 

Salaries, 
Governor, Edward Everett, L. L. D. Charlestown, 83,666 67 
■Lieutenant Governor, George Hull, Sandisfield, 533 33 

SecWy of the Commonwealth, John P. Bigelow, Boston, 82,000 
'Treasurer and Receiver Gen. of the Commonwealth, 

Hezekiah Barnard, Nantucket, 2,000 

Adjutant Gen. and Acting Quarter-Master-General, 

Henry A. S. Dearborn, of Roxbury, 1,500 

SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT. 

Justices. 

Chief Justice, Lemuel Shaw, of Boston, 3,500 

C Samuel Putnam, of Boston, 3,000 

Associate Justices, < Samuel Sumner Wilde, of Bosteil, 3,000 

( Marcus Morton, of Taunton. 3,000 

Attorney General, James T. Austin, of Boston, 1,200 

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. 

■Chief Justice, Artemas Ward, of Boston, 2,100 

C Solomon Strong, Leominster, 1,800 

Associate Justices. < John M. Williams, Taunton, 1,800 

£ David Cummins, S?lem. 1,800 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 
DISTRICT ATTORNIES. 

Salaries'. 

Asanel Huntington, of Salem, for Northern District, 81,000 

Charles H. Warren, of New Bedford, for Southern do. 1,000 

Pliny Merrick, of Worcester, for Middle District, 1,000 

Charles A. Dewey, of Northampton, for Western do. 1,000 

ATTORNEY OF THE COMMONWEALTH, 

For the Co. of Suffolk, Samuel D. Parker, of Boston, 1,800 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

of Pro bate— Oliver Prescott, of New Bedford, 425 

R:gister of Probate — Anselm Bassett, of Taunton, 700 

Sheriff of the County — Horatio Leonard, of Rayn- 

ham, salary, fees, maximum, S I 

Register of Deeds — Alfred Williams, of Taunton, fees, 

County Treasurer — Horatio L. Danforth, of Taunton, sala- 
ry determined by County Commissioners. 

Clerk of the Courts — James Sproat, of Taunton, salary, fees 
to 81600 and half the amount above that sum in addition. 

County Jailors — Joseph W. Dean, of Taunton ; John Bay- 
lies, of New Bedford — salary, — fees, board of prisoners, &c. 

Commissioners of Wrecks, fyc — Charles Grinnell, of New 
Bedford ; Prince Sears, Jr. of Dartmouth, fees, reasonable 
charges. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 

Thomas A. Greene, New Bedford, Chairman. 

William Seaver, Taunton, Elkanah Bates, Mansfield. 

Special Commissioners — Adoniram Cr a ne Jei'lj eyi Lemuel 
May, Attleborough. 

* R<^lar Meetings of the County Commissioners. — Taunton, 
Tfrth Tuesday in March, and on the 4th Tuesday in 
September. 



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OVERSEERS OF THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION. 

Samuel Rodman, Joseph R. Shiverick, T. Dawes Eliot, all 
of New Bedford. 

PROBATE COURTS. 

At Taunton, on the Friday next after the first Tuesday of Jan u 



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ary, on the first Tuesdays of March and November, on the 
Friday next after the third Monday of June, and on the Friday 
next after the first Tuesday of February, on the third Monday 
of June and December ; at Freetown, on the first Tuesday of 
January; at Rehoboth, on the first Tuesday of April; at Digh- 
ton, on the Fridays next after the first Tuesday of April and 
October ; at Norton, on the first Tuesday of July ; at Westport, 
on the first Tuesday of August ; at Seekonk, on the first Tues- 
day of September; at Fall River, on the first Tuesday of Octo- 
ber ; and at Attleborough, an the first Tuesday of May. 

COUNTY OFFICERS RESIDING IN NEW BEDFORD. 

Judge of Probate — Oliver Prescott, office 15 North Water. 
County Commissioner — Thomas A. Greene, house 134 Coun- 
ty corner Spring, 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE AND OF THE QUORUM. 

Lemuel Williams, A polios Tobey, 

Eli Haskell, Charles H. Warren, 

Stephen Merrihew, Oliver Prescott, 

Paul Spooner, Henry H. Crapo. 

APPOINTED TO QUALIFY CIVIL OFFICERS. 

Charles H. Warren, Eli Haskell, Stephen Merrihew. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

William Rotch, Jr. Ezra Bassett, 

Abraham Barker, James B. Congdon, 

James Howland, Thomas A. Greene, 

Timothy G. Coffin, Henry H. Crapo, 

Benjamin Lincoln, T. Dawes Eliot, 



Ki llej Eldredge , Oliver Prescott, 

l^jMQ0MBI§lllHft*^f? John Burrage, 

John A. Parker, m J. H. W. Page, 

Richard Williams, Benjamin Coombs, 

William H. Taylor, J. H. Clifford. 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Timothy G. Coffin, 35 North- Water. 

John H. Clifford, 23 North- Water. 

T. Dawes Eliot, 88 Union corner South-Second. 

John Burrage, 93 Union corner North-Second. 

Henry H. Crapo, 7 South-Second. 



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COUNTY OFFICERS. 
COUNSELLORS AT LAW. 

Timothy G. Coffin, 35 North- Water. 

Charles H. Warren, 88 Union comer South-Second. 

Ezra Bassett, 5 North- Water, 

John H. Clifford, 23 North- Water. 

T. Dawes Eliot, 88 Union corner South-Second. 

John Burrage, 93 Union corner North-Second. 

Oliver Prescott, 15 North- Water. 

J. H. W. Page, 42 North- Water corner Hamilton, 

James M. Bunker, 35 North Water. 

DEPUTY SHERIFFS. 

William Gordon, 85 Fifth corner Bedford, 
John Baylies, Morgan-Street. 
Christopher Thompkins, 104 Union. 

CORONERS. 

William Gordon, 85 Fifth corner Bedford, 
Benjamin T. Congdon, 42 South-Second. 
Jailor — John Baylies, Morgan-street. 



POLICE COURT OF THE TOWN OF NEW BEDFORD. 

N. S. Spooner, of Fairhaven, Justice — Office, 104 Union st. 
H. H. Crapo, of N. Bedford, Special Justice— Office 7 S. 2d :.->.. 

The Court is held at the Town Hall, No. 3 South Second 
street, and sits, for the trial of criminal causes, every day, Sun- 
days excepted, at 10 o'clock, A. M. 

The regular term days for the trial of civil causes are, Mon- 
days, once a fortnight, at 10 o'clock, A. M., commencing on 
the first Monday of September ; special terms every intervening; ■ 
Monday, at the same hour, throughout the year. 

Salary received by the Justices — amount of legal Fee-. 

TOWN OFFICERS. 

Town Clerk — Henry H. Crapo, No. 7 South Second street. 

Selectmen — James B. Congdon, Chairman, E. N. Chaddock, 
Samuel Tobey — Office 7 South Second street. 

Assessors — George W. Baker, Chairman, Joseph R. Shive- 
rick, Silas Stetson, Caleb S. Tobey, Charles Coggeshall— Office 
21 Hamilton street. 



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Town Treasurer and Collector — Henry H. Crapo — 7 South 
Second street. 

Overseers of the Poor — George Howland, Chairman, Ed- 
ward W. Greene, Latham Cross. 

Surveyor of Highways — Calvin Staples. 

Constables — Edward Pope, Pope's Island; George W. Sher- 
man, 6 South Second street ; William Gordon, 85 Fifth, 
corner of Bedford; Williams Read, 129 Elm; David Chase, 
•22 Maxfield ; Stephen W. Taber, 37 South Water ; Christopher 
Tompkins, 104 Union; Joseph Smith, 27 Union. 

Street Committee — William Howland 2d, 67 Third ; Benja- 
min Swift, 17 Middle. 

Health Officer— William Howland 2d, 67 Third. 

Pound Keepers — Stephen West, 171 Purchase; Williams 
Read, Samuel Leonard, Shadrach Davis, head Accushnett ; Levi 
Hawes. 

Cullers of Staves and Hoops — Reuben Russell, Allerton 
Delano, Davis Chase. 

Surveyors and Measurers of Boards and Timber — Warden 
Paine, Philip Leonard, Lemuel Tobey, Seth K. Akin, Obed 
Nye, Joshua Barker. 

A alerof Weights and Measures — W. R. Pitman, 68 Union. 

Measurers of Wood and Baric — James Bates, 16 North, cor- 
ner Ray ; Joshua Barker, 51 Third, corner Walnut. 

Field Drivers — Benjamin Swift, Charles Hood, Wright 
Brownell, Leonard Jenney, Asa Potter, Dennis Cavanaugh. 

Surveyor of Land — William M. Sisson. 

Town Age) it — John Burrage, 93 Union, corner N. Second. 

Fence Viewers — Seth Tallman, Nehemiah Leonard, William 
Spooner, Samuel Little. 

Committee on Accounts — Samuel Rodman, David R. Greene, 
George W. Baker. 

Committee to superintend and prevent encroachm&n^tbn the 
! ines of the streets, 8$c. — Joseph Congdon, Paul Barney, 
Ephraim Kempton. 

Superintendent for lighting the Streets — Wm. Howland 2d. 

Clerk of the Market — Samuel Studley. 

School Committee — William H. Taylor, Chairman, Williau* 
C. Taber, Richard Williams, Julius S. Mayhew, George W. 
Baker, John Bailey, Peleg Clark, John F. Emerson, Benjamin 
T. Congdon, Jon. R. Ward, J. G. Harris. James B. Congdon. 



REGISTER. 11 

Prudential Committee of School Districts. — For No. 1, Mi 
cah Spooner ; No. 2, Isaac Case ; No. 3, Thomas Pope ; No. 4, 
Thomas Nickerson; No. 5, Thomas B. Bush; No. 6, Edward 
W. Howland. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Board of Firewards — James B. Congdon, Chairman, An- 
drew Robeson, Charles W. Morgan, Thomas Mandell, William 
H. Taylor, James D. Thompson, Timothy G. Coffin, Edmund 
Gardner, Dudley Davenport, E. N. Chaddock, D. R. Greene, 
George Howland, Jr., Alexander H. Campbell, Jeremiah G. 
Harris, Sampson Perkins, Peleg Butts, William Phillips, Henry 
H. Crapo, Joseph Grinnell. 

Engineers — Andrew Robeson, Charles W. Morgan, Thomas 
Mandell. 

Prudential Committee — James B. Congdon, Dudley Daven- 
port, David R. Greene. [This Committee has charge of the 
Engines, Fire Apparatus, Buildings, &c, and the charge of all 
repairs and improvements.] 

The Firewards are attached to the several Companies, as 

follows : 
To Engine Company, No. 1 — Sampson Perkins, Peleg Butts. 

" 2— D. R. Greene, Jas. B. Congdon. 

" 3— Thomas S. Hathaway. 

" 4 — Henry H. Crapo, Jos. Grinnell. 

" 5— T. G. Coffin, Wm. Phillips. 

" 6— J. G. Harris, E. N. Chaddock, 

" 7— W. H. Taylor, J. D. Thompson. 
" " 8 — E. Gardner, Geo. Howland, Jr. 

Hook and Ladder Company — Dudley Davenport. 
Fire Company — Alex. H. Campbell. 

The following Engines, and no others, are permitted to leave 
the town without the special order of one of the Engineers, m 
cases of fires occurring in any of the neighboring villages, 
to wit : 

To Fairhaven village, No. Two, Five and Eight, 
Accushnet village, No. Six and Seven, 
Dartmouth, No. One and Four. 



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Sixty-five men, 


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Thirty-five men, 


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4 4, 




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Thirty-five men, 


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' 5, 




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Seventy-five men 


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1 6, 




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Seventy-five men 


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Sixty-five men, 


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1 8, 




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Forty men. 


Hook and Ladder Company, 


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Twenty men. 


Fire Company, 


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Fifty Men. 



ENGINES AND ENGINE MEN. 

Engine No. 1, " Independence" — 100 North Second street. 

Levi Nye 2d, Foreman, Nathan Barker, Assistant Foreman. 

Joseph Bailey, Clerk. 



Benjamin West, 
Stephen A. Tripp, 
William Westgate, 
Ebenezer Burgess, 
Bradford K. Peirce, 
Peleg B. Clark, 
Samuel Masury, 
John G. White, 
James M. Tripp, 
James Manchester, Jr., 
Andrew Dyre, 
David Haskins, 
Albert Sherman, 
John Russell, 



Benjamin Hill, 
Stephen Cornhill, 
Stephen Denham, 
William GifFord, 
John Rogers, 
William Porter, 
Daniel H. Waite, 
Oliver S. Calott, 
James Bates, Jr. 
Oliver G. Peirce, 
Charles Tuell, 
James Richmond, 
William Gibbs. 



Engine No. 2, " Citizen" — 65 Purchase street. 

A. D. Richmond, Foreman, 

Edward Cannon, Edward Munroe, Assistant Foremen. 

Frederick S. Allen, Clerk. 

Philip Groves, Daniel B. Nye, 

Arphaxed Simmons, Timothy Taber, 

Thomas R. Robeson, Joseph Hammet, 



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Edward S. Wilcox, 
Josiah B. King, 
James C. Dole, 
Reuben Shearman, 
Sampson Sheiman, 
Henry C. Kelly, 
William Coffin, Jr., 
Willard Nye, 
George Macomber, 
William B. Burdick, 
Samuel E. Nye, 
John Wood, 
William Watkins, 
William B. Thurston, 
William Tucker, Jr., 
George F. Barker, 
George Love, 
Daniel S. Cobb, 
William Bain, 
Lewis H. Field, 
Charles S. Macomber, 
Levi H. Fance, 
James R. Ricketson, 



Amos Bates, 
Nelson Bennett, 
Thomas C. Lothrop, 
Joseph L. Freeman, 
Henry C. Kendrick, 
Charles W. Rexford, 
Israel Fearing, Jr., 
Edward D. Howland, 
Walter Spooner, 
Charles W. Ricketson, 
Elisha Thornton, Jr., 
Jno. P. Barker, 
Isaac W. Brownell, 
Benjamin Lindsey 3d, 
Andrew Robeson, Jr., 
George Shiverick, 
Robert W. Hammet, 
John Cook, Jr., 
William Wallace, 
Hiram Webb, 
Alonzo Cory, 
George Perry, 
Joseph H. Hathaway. 



Engine No 3 — Head of Accushnet. 
Jireh Swift, Jr. Clerk. 



Samuel Terry, 
Andrew B. Grinnell, 
Mark Snow, 
Samuel Spooner, 
Thomas T. Terry, 
James Spooner, 
Shubael H. GifTord, 
Amos Braley, 
Resolved Sherman, 



Philip T. Davis 
Thaddeus M. Perry, 
Isaiah Parlow, 
Obed Nye, 
Levi Hawes, 
Silas Stetson, 
Obed Gifford, 
Freeman Taber, 
Peter Taber. 



Engine No 4, " Phenix" — 42 Fourth street 
Slocum Allen, Foreman — Wright Brownell, Assist. Foreman. 
Simpson Hart, Clerk. 
Benjamin Lindsey, James D. Butler, 



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William W. Cranston, 
Zepheniah Pease, 
Franklin Tobey, 
Allen Case, 
Alanson Williston, 
Walter Davis, 
Frederick Howland, 
Charles D. Capen, 
Perry Brownell, 



Benjamin F. Popple, 
David S. Bradly, 
Hezekiah Coleman, 
Robert C. Topham, 
Benjamin Durfee, 
George Tappan, 
George Duncan, 
Joseph Sowle, 
Edward Waldron. 



Engine No 5, " Columbian"— 102 North Second. 

Zachariah Hillman, Foreman. 

E. W. Kempton, J. Clark, E. Tirrell. Jr. Assistant Foremen. 

Luther G. Hewins, Clerk, 



Thomas R. Bryant, 
William C. Cannon, 
Peleg Potter, 
Ezra Dyre, 
Joseph R. Denham, 
John C. Chadwick, 
John D. Handy, 
Merritt Bates, 
Humphrey Shaw, 
Enoch Burroughs, 
Jonathan Smith, 
Benjamin B. Co veil, 
Nathaniel Stetson, 
William Whitcomb, 
Isaiah Potter, 
Perry Cornell, 
Jonathan D. Howland, 
John Bryant, 
Tucker T. Case, 
Oliver Smith, 
Lemuel Besse, 
Samuel Simmons, 
Wilson Drake, 
Alvan Coleman, 
Braddock D. Hathaway, 
William Dvre, 



Samuel L. Ward, 
Benjamin Hayes. 
Samuel Briggs, 
Benjamin H. Potter, 
James Beetle, 
Frank Swain, 
Burden Hathaway, 
Isaac M. West, 
Giles Verneer, 
William James, 
Smith Jenney, 
Ivory S. Whitney, 
Thomas C. Chadwick, 
Pardon Potter 2 J, 
David R. Peirce, 
Horatio A. Kempton, 
Seth Bryant, 
Benjamin F. Spooner, 
John Wrightington, 
Joseph W. Cornell, 
Samuel K. Spooner, 
Zachariah Sturtevant, 
Stephen D. Jordan, 
John Hillman, 
William Walker, 
John K. Cushing, 



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Ellery Records, 
Arvin Smith, 
Henry R. Wilcox, 
Alexander J. Titton, 
Willard Shaw, 
James Drew, 
Menasseh Kempton 2d, 
Leonard Peckham, 



Josiah Johnson, 
Pardon Potter, jr. 
Joseph Hammond, 
Kere Chase, 
Nathaniel H. Hawes, 
Isaiah D. Foster, 
Samuel H. Lusccmb, 
Ansel Landers. 



Engine No 6, "Mechanic" — 61 Purchase street. 

James Durfee, Jr. Foreman, 

Joseph Allen, Jr., Gamaliel Taber, Assistant Foremen, 

Ezra K. Delano, Clerk. 



Obediah B. Burgess, 
Stephen Parker, 
Gifford Taber, 
Gibbs Taber, 
Wing- Russell, 
Job Sisson, Jr. 
Benjamin Maxfield, 
James Wheaton, 
Allen Taber, 
Prince L. Taber, 
Micah Eldred, 
Thomas Sanford, 
Henry Walker, 
Ambrose Vincent, 
Jonathan Devol, 
Henry V. Davis, 
Alfred Tripp, 
Ezra Francis, 
William A. Gray, 
Job Wilcox, Jr. 
David M. Barker, 
Caleb L. Ellis, 



William Howl and, 
Benjamin C. Jenney, 
Joseph H. Wade, 
Charles M. Peirce, 
Nathaniel W. P. Cobb. 
John M. Taber, 
Warden Paine, 
William Harrison.. 
John Taylor, 
Leonard Taber, 
Alfred E Skinner, 
Isaac B. King, 
Charles C. Munroe, 
Timothy Weston, 
Oliver Hazzard, 
Robert H. Gifford. 
Albert G. Edward, 
William Hamilton, 
Daniel Boothe, 
Ezekiel S. Davis, 
John A. Westcott. 



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Engine No. 7, u Philadelphia" — 40 Fourth street. 

Samuel Watson, Foreman, 

Thomas Jouvet, William H. Jenney, Assistant Foremen, 

E. L. Goddard, Clerk. 



Charles Hitch, 
S. G. Nye, 

Samuel G. Rieketson, 
Benjamin T. Rieketson, 
William H. Manchester, 
Wanton Drew, 
William H. Stowell, 
J. C. Parmenter, 
Daniel Pert, 
James Munroe, 
William H. Holmes, 
William Howland, 
James L. Barrows, 
Alexander Wall, 
Benjamin Irish, 
Josiah Edwards, 
Clark Parrinton, 
Seabury Peirce, 
John S. Cook, 
"William Cannon, 
Charles F. Allen, 
Frederick W. Russell, 
Edward Manchester, 
James Dun well, 
Richard H. Coggeshall, 
William E. Chambers, 
Joseph GifTord, 
Orren M. Leach, 
John A. Manley, 
William Goddard, 
George W. Norton, 
William Wilkins, 



Charles Hood, 
Albert G. Durfee, 
M. G. Sears, 
Joseph Devoll, 
Joseph Smith, 
Frederick Deane, 
John H. Watson, 
Philip Bailey, 
Tillson Wood, 
John Parkhurst, 
Benjamin G. Wilson, 
Robert Luscomb, Jr., 
George Wilson, 
Isaac C. GirTord, 
Alonzo Corey, 
George W. Church, 
Peter BrumelL. 
William H. Pratt, 
Benjamin Chase, 
William Cushing, 
Luther Simmons, 
Andrew C. Davenport, 
Nathan Northrop, 
James M. Cook, 
Francis S. Dole, 
Henry Mills, 
William M. Allen, 
Ebenezer Rider, 
Barnabas S. Perkins, 
Joseph Hawes, 
George D. Raymond* 



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Engine No. 8, M Novelty" — Mechanics Row. 

William Durfee, Foreman, 

George. G. GifFord, Assistant Fomeran, 

Benjamin T. Congdon, Clerk. 



Charles Sanford, 
Thomas R. Taber, 

Elnathan Hawes, 
Hale Luther, 
William Ingalls, 
Horatio N. Hudson, 
Robert B. Sears, 
Silas Richards, 
Charles Snow, 
Freeman Snow, 
Alden GifFord, 



Nathaniel Heath, 
Daniel Field, 
Peleg B. Brownell, 
Charles C. P. Tobey, 
Edward S. Hudson, 
John B. Potter, 
Thomas M. Hathaway, 
John H. Thompson, 
Joseph G. Dean, 
William H. Holmes, 
Ebenezer Bolles. 



Hook and Ladder Company — 63 Purchase street. 

Charles P. Maxfeld, Foreman, 

Benjamin Tripp, Jr., Clerk. 



James Wady, 
Gideon Sherman, 
Edward T. Willsom 
Henry Dedrick, 
Mason R. Peirce, 
Asa Wood 2d, 
Alden Braley, 
Elisha Rider, 
Braddock GifFord, 



Timothy D. Cook, 
Leonard Jenney, 
Benjamin T. San ford. 
James Davis, 
Walter D. Swan, 
Robert Smith, 
Charles P. Sherman, 
Henry Parker, 
Daniel Weeden. 



Fire Company — Place of Meetings — Town Hall. 
Annual Meeting held 10th month, 9th. 
jeo. Randall, President, Zacheus Cushman, V. President. 
Alfred Gibbs, Simeon Bailey, 

Oliver Swain, Thomas Cook, 

Robert Gibbs, Directors, 

James Henry Howland, Secretary and Treasurer. 
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Thomas Nickerson, 
Thomas Cook, 
William T. Cook, 
Robert Gibbs, 
Thomas Nye, Jr., 
Samuel G. Hudson, 
David Silvester, 
Jacob Parker, 
Oliver Swain, 
James H. Collins, 
Pardon Tillinghast, 
Lawrence Grinnell, 
Dennis Wood, 
Caleb S. Tohey, 
Henry Cannon, 
William Little, 
Joshua Richmond, 
George O. Crocker, 
William P. Field, 
Samuel Southgate, 
Reuben Nye, 
James M. Grinnell, 



William T. Hawes, 
Alfred Gibbs, 
William Howe, 
Henry P. Willis, 
William A. Wall, 
Asa Wood, 
Charles D. Swift, 
Lemuel Kollock, 
Samuel Little, 
William Knights, 
John R. Thornton, 
Joseph Taber, 
Isaiah Burgess, 
Jonathan Bourne, Jr.,- 
Simeon Bailey, 
John Fuller, 
George F. Hussey, 
Loam Snow, 
Asa R. Nye, 
Richard Williams, Jr., 
Hervey Josselyn. 



BANKS IN NEW BEDFORD. 

The Banks elect their Officers on the first Monday of 
October, and declare dividends on the first Monday of Octo- 
ber and April, annually. 

Bedford Commercial Bank — 35 North Water. 
Incorporated February 9th, 1816— Capital $400,000. 
George Howland, President. James H. Crocker, Cashier. 
Henry Blood, Boole Keeper. 
directors. 
George Howland. William T. Russell, 

Joseph Ricketson, Thomas S. Hathaway, 

Charles W. Morgan, Jireh Perry, 

Samuel Rodman, Thomas Nye, Jr., 

.Discount Days — Mondays and Thursdays, 8 o'clock, A. M. 



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Merchants Bank — 50 North Water. 

Incorporated June, 1825— Capital, $400,000. 

John A. Parker, President. James B. Congdon, Cashier. 

Isaac C. Taber, Book Keeper. 

DIRECTORS. 

John A. Parker, Nehemiah Leonard, 

John Coggeshall, Jr., David R. Greene, 

Job Eddy, Alfred Gibbs, 

Abraham Barker, Gideon Allen. 

Samuel Borden, 
Discount Dap — Tuesdays and Fridays,, 9 o'clock, A. M. 



Mechanics Ban t k— 56 North Water. 

Incorporated June 10, 1831— Capital, $200,000. 

Wm. R. Rodman, President. Joseph Congdon, Cashier. 

William C. Coffin, Book Keeper. 

DIRECTORS. 

William R. Rodman, Thomas Mandell, 

Andrew Robeson, Joseph R. Shiverick. 

John Perkins, George T. Baker, 

Dudley Davenport, Pardon Tillinghast. 

Edmund Gardner, 
Discount Days — Wednesdays and Saturdays, 9 o'clock, A.M* 



Marine Bank — 90 Union, corner South Second. 

Incorporated March 3, 1832— Capital, $300,000. 

Joseph Grinnell, President. John Williams, Jr., Cashier. 

William M. Sisson, Book Keeper. 

DIRECTORS. 

Joseph Grinnell, Stephen Merrihew, 

William W. Swain, William C. Taber, 

Joseph R. Anthony, James Howland 2d, 

Nathaniel Hathaway, Atkins Adams 
Ephraim Kempton, 

Discount Days — Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, 
9 o'clock, A. M, 



20 REGISTERc 

INSURANCE OFFICES. 

Bedford Commercial Insurance Company — 33 North 

Water. 

Incorporated 1821— Capital, $150,000. 

James Howland 2d, President. R. R. Crocker, Secretary. 

DIRECTORS. 

James Howland 2d, Thomas Mandell, 

Joseph Grinnell, William T. Russell, 

Nathaniel Hathaway, George Howland, Jr., 

John Coggeshall, William T. Hawes. 

Joseph R. Anthony, 

Officers elected in April. 



Merchants Insurance Company — 52 North Water. 

Incorporated 1835— Capital, $100,000. 
Stephen Merrihew, President. Gideon Allen, Secretary. 

DIRECTORS. 

Oliver Crocker, Stephen Merrihew, 

Thomas Riddell, Gideon Allen, 

Alexander H. Seabury, Thomas Nye, Jr., 

Robert Gibbs, Joseph Dunbar. 

John C. Haskell, 

Officers elected on the first Monday of January. 



Mechanics Insurance Company — 54 North Water. 

Incorporated 1831 — Capital, $100,000. 

Andrew Robeson, President. Robert S. Smith, Secretary., 

DIRECTORS. 

Andrew Robeson, Henry Taber, 

Edmund Gardner, E. N. Chaddock, 

Joseph R. Shiverick, David Coffin, 

C. W. Morgan, R. S. Smith. 

Latham Cross, 

Officers elected in January. 



REGISTER. 21 

NEW BEDFORD INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS. 

21 Hamilton. 

Amount Invested — about $250,000. 

r Annual Meeting, second Monday in January. 

Office open every Monday, from 12 till 1 o'clock. 

Wlliam Rote h, Jr., President. Geo. W. Baker, Treasurer. 

George Howland, Jr., Secretary. 

TRUSTEES. 

Samuel Rodman, Jr., Eli Haskell, 

Charles W. Morgan. Nathaniel Hathaway, 

Thomas Mandell, Abraham Shearman, Jr., 

Pardon Tilhnghast, Alfred Gibbs, 

Jireh Perry, Joseph R. Anthony, 

Joseph R. Shiverick, William C. Taber, 

Benjamin Rodman, Stephen Merrihew, 

William T. Russell, W T illiam H. Taylor, 

George Howland, Jr , Henry Taber, 

Enoch Horton, Charles R. Tucker, 

Oliver Crocker, George T. Baker. 

Board of Investment. — Samuel Rodman, Jr., Alfred 

Gibbs, Thomas Mandell, George Howland, Jr., William C. 

Taber. 

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CHURCHES AND MLMSTERS. 
Unitarian Church, Union st., Joseph Angier. 
Friends' Society, Spring, between Sixth and Seventh sts. 
North Congregationalist, Purchase, corner Elm, Sylvester 

Holmes. 

First Baptist Church, William street, J. O. Choules. 
North Christian Society, Purchase, cor. Middle, Charlts 

Morgridge. 

Methodist Epis. Church, Elm street, Shipley TV. Wilson. 
Grace Church, Episcopal, Union street, JSath. T. Bent. 
Trinitarian Church, Founh, cor. School, Jas. A. Roberts 
Second Christian Society, Middle street, Isaac Sm'th. 
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Bethel Church, Bethel Court, Enoch Madge. 
Sec. Methodist Epis. Church, Fourth, Phineas Crandell. 
Universalist Church, Fifth, cor. School, John 31. Spear. 
Reformed Methodist, Middle near Purchase, John McLesh. 
African Church, Middle, west of County, Jacob Perry. 
Roman Catholic Chapel, Allen street, 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 

Paul Spooner, 77 Spring. 

Alexander Read, 197 Union, corner County. 

William C. Whitridge, 117 Elm, corner County. 

Andrew Mackie, 64 Purchase. 

Lyman Bartlett, 89 Union, cor. North Second 

James B. Williams, 89 William. 

Samuel West, Jr., 3 Bethel Court, 

Levi Folsom, 101 Purchase, corner Charles. 

Edward W. Greene, 4 North Water, corner Union. 

William R. Wells, office 131 Union, house 32 Elm 

Jar vis B. Chase, office 131 Union, house 32 Elm, 



BOTANIC PHYSICIANS. 

John L. Page, 96 Purchase. 

Zarah Baker, 83 Purchase. 

John Morgridge, 45 North Water. 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS, PUBLIC OFFICES, 1NCOR- 
PORATED SOCIETIES, NEWSPAPERS, etc. 

County Court House, 143 County, cor. Morgan. 

County Jail and House of Correction, Morgan, west of 
County. 

Custom House, North Second, corner William. 

Town Hall, Second street, South of Union. 

Mechanics Hall, on William street, near Purchase. 

Marine Rail-way, Fish Island. 

Lyceum, 67 William street, near Purchase. 

Mechanics Reading Room, Mechanics Hall, 69 William. 



REGISTER. 23 

Exchange News Room, 21 North Water. 

Social Library, Lyceum, 67 William. 

Selectmen's Office, Town Hall, 7 South Second. 

Town Clerk's, Treasurer's and Collector's Office, Town 
Hall, 7 South Second. 

Boston, Providence, Taunton and Bridgewater Stage 
Office, 119 Union. 

Anti-Slavery Reading Room, 107 Union. 

Post Office, Custom House, William, cor. North Second. 

Academy, 155 County, corner Elm. 

Watch House, on Mechanics Row, near Purchase. 

New Bedford Mercury Office, 35 North Water. 

" " Reading Room, 35 North Water. 

New Bedford Gazette Office, 7 South Water. 

Theatre or Circus, 119 County, corner Elm. 

North Market, 157 Purchase. 

South Market, Market Square, on Third and South Second 
near Union, 

Bathing House, 28 North Sixth. 

CANDLE HOUSES AND OIL MANUFACTORIES, 

William T. Russell's, £6 Third; Charles W. Morgan's, 
82 South Water; William T. Hawes', 128 Ray; David 
Coffin's, 96 First; T. S. h N. Hathaway's, 67 School; 
Joseph Ricketson's, 163 South Second, corner South; Hus- 
sey h Howland's, Smoking Rock Point ; George Tyson's 
Building, 58 South, corner Second ; Lawrence GrinnelFs, 
First, cor. Grinnell; Isaac Howland, Jr. h Co.'s, 71 School ; 
Alexander H. Campbell's, 104 North Water ; William W. 
Swain's, in rear of Parker's brick building, Middle street ; 
Coffin's wharf. 

HOTELS, TAVERNS, &c. 

New Bedford Coffee House, Thomas Cole, 20 South- 
Water. 

Washington Ho'el, William B. Tahcr, 16 South Water. 
Union Hotel, Erottus II. Uooliit'e, 17 South Water. 



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Commercial Coffee House, J oh n Blake, 140 Union cor- 
ner of Fourth. 

Mansion House, Lydia Doubleday, 87 Union corner 
North-Second. 

POPULATION. 

New Bedford including Fairhaven, was incorporated in 
1787, and in 1810 contained a population of 5.651 . In 
1812 the Town of Fairhaven was incorporated, which in 
1820 contained a population of 2,733, and in 1830,3,034: 
making an increase in ten years of 11 per cent. The 
population of New Bedford in 1820, was 3,947, and in 
1830, 7,592; making an increase of more than 92 per cent 
in the same space of time. 

The population of New Bedford, as taken by Simeon 
Bailey, in July, 1836, is 11,113, making an increase of nearly 
47 per cent in six years. 

The following Table shows the number of males and fe- 
males between certain ages, as taken by Mr Bailey ; as also 
the amount of colored population. 



O) 




Under 3 


3 to 6 


6 to 15 


15 (o 21 


Over 21 


Number 


No of 


H 

H 


8 « 


z* 


yrs of a^e 


yrs of age 


yrs of age 


yrs of age 


yrs of a^e 


of Whiles. 


Blocks. 


£.2! 

«! 






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*l 




n 




*n 




*1 




^ 


•sj 




2 


— 
ST 
y 


3 

re" 


P 


i 

? 


a 


ST 


2 
■ 


§ 

If 


EL 


5 

S" 


| 


g 


1 
ST 


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One J 2D | 3J 5[ 10 1 ?[ ll[ 16\ 5\ l\ 30 [ 2o| 59 1 60| | 119 

Two 1 65 1 Igj 16J 15 1 9| 37 1 45 | 24J 19 | 8 4 1 102| 17o| 191 1 [ | 366 
Three| 88 1 lg] 34 1 i T | 19[ 55 1 40 j 19 1 25 1 1 14[ 109| 219| 227J 2| | 448 
Four 1 970|262l27l|l9l|2 19l392|43l|350|346|l936ll407l2796|2518|335ll56| 5805 
Five 1 664|l33ll92|l32| l 38|34l|37l |275|270ll257|ll02|l907|l913|2 3l|l60l 4211 
Six 1 27| 10| 14[ 2[ 6l 10J 20] 3| 6\ 5p| 43 j 68| 8P| 7| s\ 164 
|l834|439|532|367|398|846|923|676|673|347l|2788|5224|4995|575|319|ii,H3 



register. x>j 

New Bedford Social Library. 
Founded 1803 — Present number of Volumes, 3,000. 
Annnal Meeting, first Saturday in September. 
Directors — Thomas A. Greene, Wm. H. Taylor, Wm. 
C. Taber. 

Librarian, Treasurer and Collector — Geo. W. Baker. 
Clerk — Joseph Congdon. 



New Bedford Lyceum. 
Founded in 1828. 
Annual Meeting last Friday in April. 
President — Thomas A. Greene. 

Vice Presidents — James B. Congdon, Jas. A. Roberts. 
Recording Secretary — Isaac C. Taber. 
Corresponding Secretary — John Burrage. 
Treasurer — George W. Baker. 

Curators — Oliver Prescott, Stephen Merrihew, John F. 
Emerson. 

Committee of Arrangements — John Williams, Jr., Isaac 
N. Stoddard, Henry W. Lee. 
Auditor — George Howland, Jr. 



New Bedford Port Society for the Moral Im. 
provement of seamen. 

Annual Meeting on the first Tuesday in November. 

President — Samuel Rodman, Jr. 

Vice Presidents — Sylvester Holmes, Stephen Merrihew. 

Recording Secretary— -William H. Taylor. 

Corresponding Secretary — John F. Emerson. 

Treasurer — John R. Thornton. 

Managers — James Arnold, Charles W. Morgan, Benja- 
min Rodman, Jared Parkhurst, Jr., Henry Taber, John Per- 
kins, William H. Stowell, James B. Congdon, Charles Cog- 
geshall, Jonathan R. Ward, Oliver Crocker, Alexander H. 
Seabury, Thomas Nye, Jr., Alfred Gibbs, Geo, B. Worth, 
John H. W. Page, Joseph Ricketson. 



26 register. 

New Bedford Temperance Society. 
Annual Meeting called by the Executive Committee. 
President — James Arnold. 
Vice President — James B. Congdon. 
Treasurer — Joseph Congdon. 
Secretary — E. L. Goddard. 

The following persons, together with the above, compose the 
Board oj Managers : 
Samuel Rodman, Stephen Merrihew, John F. Emerson. 
Jared Parkhurst, Jr. Thomas Nickerson, Thomas A. Gieene, 
Oliver Crocker, Charles W. Morgan, Enoch Mudge, Jona- 
than R. Ward, Jeremiah G. Harris, Win. H. Stowell. 



New Bedford Anti-Slavery Society. 
Annual Meeting July 4. 
President — William Rotch, Jr. 

Vice Presidents — Andrew Robeson, John O. Choules. 
Joseph Ricketson, Joseph Congdon. 

Recording Secretary-^-James B. Congdon. 
Corresponding Secretary — John Burrage. 
Treasurer — John F. Emerson. 



New Bedford Bible Society. 
Annual Meeting fourth Tuesday in September. 
President — John Perkins. 

Vice Presidents — -Andrew Mackie, Wm. H. Taylor. 
Si cretary—~ William G. E. Pope. 
Treasurer-— Sidney Underwood. 
The following persons, together with the above, constitute 
the Executive Committee : 
Charles Coggeshall, Henry Taber, Rev. S. Holmes, Rev. 
N, T. Bent, Rev. Enoch Mudge, William Knights. 



New Bedford Young Men's Temperance Society. 
Annual Meeling third Monday in June. 
President — John F. Emerson. 



REGISTER. £7 

Vice Presidents — Henry W. Lee, Andrew Robeson. Jr. 

Corresponding Secretary — James B. Congdon. 

Recording Secretary — Joseph L. Freeman. 

Treasurer — E. L. Goddard. 

Executive Committee — A. H. Seabury, Wm. H. Stow ell, 
Jared Parkhurst, Jr., D. H. Armstrong, N. T. Bent, Geo. 

F. Hussey. i 

New Bedford Young Men's Anti-Slavery Society. 

Founded February 27th, 1836. 

Annual Meeting, 1st Monday in January. 

President — Rodney French. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Henry W. Lee. 

Counsellors — John F. Emerson, William R. Pitman, Isaac 
C. Taber, William G. E. Pope, Andrew Robeson, Jr.-, Wm, 
H. Stowell. 



New Bedford Mechanics Association. 
Founded February 19, 1833. 
Annual Meeting first Monday in October, 
President — John Perkins. 
Vice President — Sampson Perkins. 
Recording Secretary — William Howe. 
Corresponding Secretary — William H. Allen. 
Treasurer — William Howe. 

Directors — William H. Allen, J. R. Ward, Thomas B. 
Bush, Oliver Swain, Gideon Allen, Henry P. Willis, Francis 
Baker, Dudley Davenport, Charles M. Pierce. 

SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Public Schools. 

District No. 1 . 
Amah W. Bennett, Principal : Annual Salary, $204 

District J\'o. 2. 
Martha L. Hooper, Principal ; Annual Salary, $192 

Meribah R. Taber, Assistant, " 120 

$312 



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District No. 3. 
J. D. Nichols, Principal in boys' school; Annual Salary, $500 
Mary G. Bradford, " in girls' school; " 192 



District No. 4. 
S. Haskins, Principal boys' school, 45 Maxfield; An.Sal. 
Mary Holmes, " girls' " 
Azel P. Ladd, " boys' " 
Caroline N. Thornton, assist. " 
Julia H. Haskell, prin. girls' " 
Abbey GifTord, * " ■ 
Horace Spalding, " boys' " 
Cynthia H. Ladd, " girls' " 
MaryAnnWilbour," infant" 
Harriet Covel, assist. u * 



$692 



Charles st. 



71 William, 
Charles st. 



250 
600 
250 
300 
150 
600 
250 
250 
125 



1,375 



District No. 5. 
D. H. Armstrong, prin. boys' school, Bush st. An. Sal. $600 



Deb'h. F. Haskell, assis. « 
Patience Wady, " f< 
Ebenezer Hervey, prin. " 
Caroline Crocker, " girls' 
Clarissa S. Barker, « 
Mary Abby Swan, assis. " 
Ruth L. Swan, prin. infant 
Ann Maria Bailey, assis. " 
Mary Bailey, prin. 



Sixth st. 
Bush st. 



County st. 



250 
150 
600 
275 
250 
150 
250 
150 
150 



District No. 6. 
John Fisher, principal ; Annual Salary, 



$2,825 



Amount paid for tuition in District No. 1 , 
t( ct it (( n ^ 

(t a «e tt a 3^ 



$204 
312 
692 



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Amount paid for tuition in District No. 4, 3,375 

" 5, 2,825 

" 6, 228 



$7,636 



Amount appropriated by the Town for the support 
of Public Schools for the year 1836, $8,600 

Total amount paid for tuition alone in Public Schools, 7,636 

Balance for Fuel and other necessary expenses, $964 

PRIVATE SCHOOLS. 

Friends' Academy, County street. 

Isaac N. Stoddard, Principal — Henry. W. Lee, Assistant. 

Abbey Osgood, Assistant of Female Department. 

High School — 107 William street. 
John F. Emerson, Principal — Deborah Weston, Assistant. 

[There are a large number of private schools in addition to 
the above, but which it is not thought proper to insert.] 



MILITIA OFFICERS RESIDING IN NEW 
BEDFORD. 

The Fifth Division of Massachusetts Militia comprises Bris- 
tol, Plymouth and Barnstable counties. 
Major General — James D. Thompson. 

Aids-de-Camp — Geo. A. Bourne and Wm. C. Whitridge, Jr. 
Division Inspector — James H. Collins. 
Division Quarter Master — William T. Hawes. 
Judge Advocate — J. H. W. Page. 



The Second Regiment,2d Brigade, 5th Division, comprises the 
towns of New Bedford, Fairhaven, Dartmouth and Westport. 
Colonel — David Silvester. 
Lt. Colonel— Stephen W. Taber. 
Major — Christopher A. Church, of Westport, 
Adjutant — Abner C. Browne!!. 
Quarter Master — Edward Crocker. 
Paymaster — John T. Stall. 
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30 REGISTER. 

The Batallion of Light Infantry is composed of all the Vol- 
unteer Companies of Light Infantry, Grenadiers, and Riflemen 
of the 2d Brigade, 5th Division. 

Major — Jeremiah G. Harris. 

Adjutant — James M. Staples. 

Quarter Master — James M. Murdock. 

Surgeon — William R. Wells. 



New Bedford Mechanic Rifle Company. 

Captain — Stephen Curtis. 
Lieutenant — Seth H. Ingalls. 
Ensign — Thomas Bailey. 



Washington Artillery Company of New Bedford. 

Captain 

First Lieutenant 



Second Lieutenant — Otis Little. 



STREETS, ALLEYS, etc. 

The streets of New Bedford are laid out North and South, 
East and West, intersecting each other at right angles, or near- 
ly so. 

List of East and West Streets, in the order of their location 
from Union Street South, to ivit : — 

Union street, from the river west across County street, 

Spring street, from South Second west to County street. 

School street, from the river west to County street. 

Arnold street, from County west, 

Walnut street, from Coffin's wharf west to County street. 

Bush sheet, from Davenport's wharf west to County street, 
not open from Fourth to Seventh streets. 

Coffin street, from Eddy's wharf west to Third street. 

Cherry street, from Sixth west to County street, and nearly 
in range with Coffin street. 

Hawthorn street, from County street west to Dartmouth line, 
passing to the north of Joseph R. Anthony's house. 

Russell stiest, from South Second west to County street. 

Pine street, from South water east to the river. 






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31 



Morgan's Row, from South water west to South Second street, 
passing North of the Common Burying Ground. 

Bedford street, from Third street west across County street 
to Dartmouth line. 

Leonard street, from South water east to Rotch's South 
wharf, and nearly in range with Bedford street. 

Griffin street, from Third east to the Friend's Burying ground. 

Howland street, from South water west to Third street, in 
front of the South Block. 

Wing street, from Third west to County street nearly in 
range with Howland street. 

Allen street, from County street west, to Dartmouth, leading 
to Padanaram, nearly in line with Wing and Howland streets. 

Grinncll street, from the river west to County street. 

South street, from the river west to County street. 



List of East and West Streets, in the order of their location 
from Union Street North, to wit : — 

Morgan street, from County street west, passing to the 
north of the Court House and Jail. 

Rose Alley, from North Water east to Taber's wharf. 

Central street, from North Water east to Central wharf. 

Hamilton street, from North Water east to Rotch's wharf, 
south of Merchants Bank. 

William street, from North Water west to County street, 
north of Custom House. 

Rodman street, from North Water east to Rotch's North 
wharf. 

Mechanic' 1 s Lane, from Purchase west to Eighth street. 

Elm street, from North Water west across County street, 

Middle street, from the Bridge west across County street. 

Charles street, from Purchase street west. 

High street, from Purchase east to North Second and in line 
of Charles street. 

Ark Lane, from east end of Charles street east to the water. 

Kempton street, from North Second west across County to the 
Dartmouth line, thence leading to Smith's Mills. From Foster 
street east it is but partially open. 

Mill street, from Ray west to Hill street. 

North street, from the river west to County street. 



32 REGISTER. 

Hillman street, from Samuel Rodman's wharf west across 
County street. 

Maxfeld street, from the river west to County street. 

Smith street, from County street west, passing north of Com- 
fort Whitings house. 

Campbell street, from Ray west to Pleasant street. 

Willis street, from Ray westerly to County street. 

Pearl street, from the river west to Purchase street. 

Pope street, from the river west to Purchase street. 



List of North o,nd South Streets, on the South side of Union street 
in the order of their location from the River West, to wit : — 

Cross Street, from Pine south to the Friend's Burying 
Ground. 

Prospect street, from South street north past Reuben Rus- 
sell's house to a cove. 

South Orange street, from South street north to a cove. 

South Water street, from the "Four Corners" south. 

First street, from Union south. 

South Second street, from Union street south to the Common 
Burying Ground, and thence from Howland street south. 

Third street, from Union south. 

Fourth street, from Union south to Bedford street. 

Fifth street, from Union South to Bedford street. 

South Sixth street, from Union south to Wing street. 

Seventh street, from Union south to Cherry. 

County street, from "Clark's Cove" northerly across Union, 
past J. A. Parker's house. 

Orchard street, from Hawthorn south to Bedford street, in 
front of Joseph R. Anthony's house. 



hist of North and South Streets, on the North side of Union 
St., in the order of their location from the River West, to wit : — 

Orange street, from Union street north to Rodman street. 

North Water street, from the "Four Corners" north to Mid- 
dle street. 

Bethel Court, opens north side Union street, opposite First st. 

North Second street, from Union north to Maxfeld street. 

Ray street, from Kempton north across Pope street. 



REGISTER. do 

Purchase street, from Union north, leading to Accuslmet 
village. 

Cheap Side street, from Union to William, and nearly in 
range with Pleasant street. 

Pleasant street, from Kempton north to Willis street. 

Foster street, from Charles north to Maxfeld street. 

North street, from Union north to Middle street. 

Cushing street, from Maxfeld street north. 

Hill street, from Kempton to Hillman street. 

Walden street, from Hillman street north. 

Eighth street, from Union to Elm street. 

Thomas street, from Hillman street north. 

County street, from "Clark's Cove" northerly across Union, 
past J. A. Parker's house. 

Summer street, from Elm street north. 

WHARVES, REFERRED TO IN THIS DIRECTORY. 

List of Wharves in the order of their location from North 
to South, to wit : — 
S. Rodman's wharf, foot of Hillman street. 
G. Hoicland's wharf, next south of S. Rodman's wharf. 
Robeson' s wharf next south of the preceding, and a little 
south of North street. 

Parker's wharf foot of Middle street, next south of the Bridge, 

Howland's wharf foot of Middle street. 

Hazard's wharf opens at 78 North Water street. 

Rotch's wharf, foot of Hamilton and Rodman streets. 

Central wharf foot of Central street. 

Taber's wharf next north of Union street. 

Geo. Howland's wharf next South, or at the foot of Union st. 

J. 4* G. Howland's wharf opens at 20 South Water. 

Ferry Boat wharf, next south of the last. 

Coffin's wharf foot of Walnut street. 

Davenport' s wharf, foot of Bush street. 

Eddy's wharf foot of Coffin street. 

Rotch's South wharf foot of Leonard stree.i. 



I¥EW BEDFORD DIRECTORY. 



ABams Lewis, master mariner, house 35 South Second street 

Adams Benjamin F. shipwright, house 44 Kempton 

Adams John, c. boarding house 111 Ray 

Adams Stedman G. works for J. G. Harris, 7 South Water 

Adams Emanuel, laborer, house 36 County 

Adams Hezekiah, mariner 

Akin Seth K. lumber, 156 Ray, house 41 Union 

Akin Benjamin, branch pilot, house 5 North street 

Akin John, captain house 51 Seventh, corner Bush 

Akin James, mariner, house 17 Howland 

Akin Timothy, farmer and blacksmith, house 1 County 

Akin David, laborer, house 49 Wing, corner County 

Albro Samuel S. grocer, 101, house 86 Middle 

Albro James, house 149 Elm 

Albro Henry, grocer, 7, house 8, Market Square 

A'bert Thomas, 98 South Second 

Albert John, laborer, house 21 Bedford 

Albertson Ester, widow, boarding house 31 Spring, corner Fourth 

Alden Francis L. auctioneer, office, 5 North Water, house 35 Seventh 

Allen Humphrey, sailmaker, house 6 Bush 

Allen Slocum, housew-ight, house 65 Third 

Allen William M. house 92 South Water 

Allen Nelson, grocer, 35, house 33, Union 

Allen Joseph, Jr. stone cutter, house 166 Union 

Allen Harden, mariner ho'ise rear Grace Church 



36 DIRECTORY. 

Allen Thomas C. harness-maker, 7 Purchase, house 123 Middle 

Allen Thomas, victualler, 23, house 13, Purchase 

Allen Job, blacksmith, 4 Sear's Court, house 136 Union, corner Fourth 

Allen Uriah P. shipwright, house 75 Purchase, corner Middle 

Allen Francis T. shipwright, house 137 Purchase, corner North 

Allen Robert, blacksmith, 2-11, house 240 Purchase 

Allen Frederick S. [Lothrop fy Alien) house 94 Middle, corner Purchase 

Allen Rebecca, wife of Elijah, house 126 Kempton 

Allen William W. laborer, house 7 North 

Allen Nelson, cooper, house 80 Maxfeld, corner Walden 

Allen William, mariner, house 155 Ray, corner Willis 

Allen Thomas, 2nd (J. Sf T. Allen) house 86 First, corner Bush 

Allen Joseph H. {J, fy T. Allen) house 58 Fifth 

Allen Gideon, merchant, c. r. 11 Hazzard's wharf, house 23 Sixth, cor. School 

Allen William H. merchant, counting room 11 Hazzard's wharf, house 30 

Seventh, corner School. 
Allen Prudence, widow, house 25 Russell 
Allen William R. blockmaker, house 25 Russell 
Allen Charles, c. laborer, house 68 South Water 
Allen Betsey, milliner, house 89 Charles 

Allen Abraham, {Butler 8f Allen) house 38 Bedford, corner Sixth 
Allen Frederick, laborer, house 119 South Second 

Allen Humphrey, laborer, house 48 South, corner First 

Allen David, ropemaker, house rear 55 County 

Allen John, ropemaker, house 7 Allen 

Allen John H. {Gilbert, Kelley $ Allen) boards 58 Fifth 

Allen J. & T. {Joseph H. fy Thomas 2nd) ship-chandlers, 9 Hazzard's wharf. 

Allen Charles, ropemaker, son of Abraham 

Allen William H. Jr. 30 Seventh, corner School 

Allen Alexander H. mariner, boards 137 Purchase 

Allen Sylvanus, cooper, boards rear 130 Ray 

Allen Daniel Anthony 

Almy Giles S. laborer, works 55 Walnut, corner Fifth, house Arnold 

Almy Leonard, stevedore, house 78 Kempton 

Almy Peter, laborer, house 125 Middle 

Almy Welcome A. butcher, house 162 Purchase, corner Hillman,. 

Almy James, jeweller, 81 Union, house 41 Fourth 

Ambrose Francis, mariner, house 55 County 

Andrews Christopher, 40 Union 

Angier Joseph Rev. house 95 Elm 

Anderson Norris, c. soap manufucturer house 115 Ray 

Anthony Benjamin, victualler, 23, house 21, Purchase 



DIRECTORY. 37 

Anthony Philip, house 14. Sixth 

Anthony Jane, widow, house 7 Morgan's Row 

Anthony Welcome L. mariner, house 21 Morgan's Row 

Anthony Joseph R. ( William R. Rotch, fy Co.) house Hawthorn 

Anthony Humphrey, master mariner, house 145 South Water 

Anthony Asa, master mariner, boards 16 South Water 

Antoine Joseph, boarding house, 94 North Water 

Antoue Joseph, laborer, house 96 Charles 

Armstrong David H. Instructor, house 81 Fourth 

Archer Samuel, boat-builder, house 52 South Water 

Arnold James, house 133 County head Spring 

Ashley Leonard, laborer, house 71 Ray 

Atcherson Moses, brass-founder, house 123 Purchase 

Atherton Charles, Dry Goods, 46 Purchase, house 20 Schoo 

Austin William, master mariner, at sea 

Avery Thomas, truckman, house 47 South Second 

Ayres Joseph, pensioner, house 25 Kempton 

Babcock Spooner, house 35 South Second 

Babbett James M. shipwright house 167 Purchase 

Bacon Calvin Edson, at Jireh Perry's 175 Union 

Baker George T. merchant, counting room, 17, house 23 North Second 

Baker Luther, Rev. house 169 Middle 

Baker Job, blacksmith, 80 Spring, house 22 Sixth, corner School 

Baker Benjamin, mariner, house Smith 

Baker Francis, mason, house 64 School 

Baker George W. assessor and treasurer of Savings Institution, 21 Hamilton, 

house 26th Seventh, corner School 
Baker Zarah, Botanic physcician, 83 Purchase 
Baker Thatcher, bo rding, 9 Market Square 
Baker Edward L. clerk 17 Middle, boards 22 Sixth, corner School 
Baker David, mathematical instrument maker, 44 North Water, boards 22 

Third, corner Spring 
Bailey Cornelius, tailor, house 64 South, corner Third 
Bailey John, jeweller, 91 Union, house J 67 Union 

Bailey Tillinghast & Son (Thomas Baileij) traders, house 155 purchase 
Bailey 'I nomas, ( T. Bailey 4* Son) house 155 Purchase 
Bailey Isaac, stable keeper, house 19 Hillman 
Bailey Simeon, accountant, house 61 Bedford, corner County 
Bailey Rebecca, widow, c. house 29 Allen 
Bailey George, mariner, c. house rear 29 Allen 
Bailey Philip, laborer, boards 64 South, corner Third 
Bailey Richard, in ship George «fc Susan — George Howland 



38 DIRECTORY. 

Bailey Joseph, son of John, 91, house 167 Union 

Bailey Jeremiah, mariner, brother of Cornelius, 64 South, corner Third 

Bain William, truckman, house 156 Elm 

Banks John, colored, mariner, house 226 Middle 

Barker Joshua, housewright. 53, house 51 Third, corner Walnut 

Barker Abraham, & Co. (Jared Parkhurst Jr.) 117 Union, house 23 Fifth 

Barker Joseph, master mariner, house 23 Walnut 

Barker John, master mariner, house 27 Elm 

Barker George F. son of Abraham, 28 Fifth 

Barker William, clerk 67 North Second, corner Middle, boards 65 North Second 

Barber Varnum, 12 Union 

Barlow James L. cooper, house 173 Ray 

Barney Griffin, rope maker, house 68 South Second 

Barney Paul, house 61 Fourth, corner Bush 

Barney Peter, house 44 School, corner Third 

Barney Albert C. apothecary, 49 Purchase 

Barney Jonathan W. ropemaker, 68 South Second 

Barnard Edward C. master mariner, house 27 Third 

Barstow Thomas, shipwright, house 27 Mill, corner Purchase 

Barstow Wilson, rigger, house 25 Howland 

Barton Reuben, rigger, house 31 Pleasant, corner Mill 

Barrows, (John N) Eddy, (Charles E) & Co. grocers 118 Union, corner 

Third 
Barrows James L. tailor, works, 7 North Water, boards 37 Mill 
Bartlett Lyman, surgeon, 89 Union, house 55 South Second, corner Walnut 
Bartlett I. H. provision merchant and oil dealer, 1 and 2 George Howland's 

wharf, house 133 .Union, corner Purchase 
Bartlett Fayette, professor of music, house 54 North Second 
Bartlett Samuel, truckman, rear 128, boards 133 Union 

Bartlett Lewis L.cordwainer, works 41 Purchase, boards 31 Spring, cor. Fourth 
Bartlett Moses E. printer, Mercury Office, boards 3 Bethel Court 
Bassett James R. master mariner, house 103 North Second 
Bassett Joseph L. caulker, house 66 Mill J 
Bassett Ezra, counsellor, 5 North Water, house 99 Pleasant 
Bassett Richard, caulker, house 30 Middle 
Bassett Sarah, house 92 Third 

Bassett Ezra, Jr. clerk, 26 North Water, boards 73 Fourth 
Bassett Benjamin 

Bates Nathan, deacon, house 33 Third, corner School 
Bates Merrit, painter, house 13 Kempton 
Bates ( William) & Haskins (Read) painters, 26 Union 
Bates William, (Bates # Haskins) house 16 Middle 
JBates James, wood measurer, house 16 North, corner Ray 



DIRECTORY. 39 

Bates Amos, jeweller, 91 Union, boards 167 Union 

Baylies John, Jailer & Deputy Sheriff, Morgan street 

Beden Richard B. truckman, boards 130 Kempton 

BedcnElihu. stone cutter, house 172 Kempton 

Bearse Enoch, rigger, house 31 Pleasant, corner Mill 

Beauchannon Thomas, c. bathing house, 30 North Sixth 

Beetle William, spar maktr, Beetle's Lane, house 88 North Second, corner 

Kempton 
Beetle James, boat builder, 214 Purchase 

Bennett Samuel, furniture, 44 Purchase and G2 William, house 205 Purchase 
Bennett Lucy, milliuer and dressmaker, 60 William 
Bennett Deliverance, pensioner, house 41 North Sixth 
Bennett Andrew J. mariner, in ship Nile, inquire of Stafford Healy 
Bennett Peter, shipwright, house 76 Middle 
Bennett Robert, painter, boards 11 Elm 
Benjamin Isaac, caulker, house 10 Ark Lane 

Benson f Joshua) and Simmons (Orrin) grocers, 67 N. Second, cor. Middle 
Bent Nathaniel T. Rev. house opposite 2 Cheapside 
Berkley Morris, laborer, house 3 S. Rodman's wharf 
Berry William, c. barber, 9 Third, house 24 South Second 
Betts Leven,c. laborer, house 95 Charles 
Bidwell Lucius, painter, house 201 Middle 
Bickman John, laborer, house 71 Ray 
Bierstead Henry, cooper, house 11 Mill, corner Ray 
Billings Ephraim, mariner, at sea in ship Alexander Barelay 
Bissimore David, stevedore, house 33 North 
Blackmer William, master mariner, house 145 Third 
Blackmer George W. truckman, house 95 South Sixth 
Blanchard Jason, boarding house, 29 Union 
Blanchard Martin, cooper, house 116 Kempton 
Blanchard Timothy, laborer, house 258 Purchase 
Blankenship Paul, mariner, at sea in ship Logan 
Blain Samuel, master mariner, house 130 Kempton 
Blake John, innholder, 140 Union, corner Fourth 
Bliss William Jr. ropemaker, house 124 Third 
Bliss Alexander, house 97 South Second 
Bliss Isaac, cabinet maker, 81, house 79 Fifth 
Bliss William, sexton, house 89 Third 
Bliss Samuel, sexton and ropemaker, house 8 Rowland 
Bliss Josiah L. ropemaker, house 120 South Second 
Blood Henry, clerk in Bedford Commercial Bank 
Blood Lewis* 



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DIRECTORY. 



Blossom Sally D. widow, house 37 Foster, corner Mill 

Bly Horatio IN. caulker, house 76 Purchase, corner Middle 

Bodfish Oliver, shipwright, house 33 High 

Boid Betsy E. widow, house 64 Foster 

Bond Frederick, laborer, house 43 Middle 

Bonney Deborah, widow, house 44 South Second 

Bonney Samuel, house 76 South Second 

Bonney Josiah S. sailmaker, (Chapman §- Bonneij) house 18 Fifth 

Bonney Henry M. mariner, 44 South Second 

Boothe John K. house 47 Wing 

Boon William H. blockmaker, boards at 18 Third, corner Spring 

Borden Dame.* 

Bosworth James, cordwainer, 69, house 100 South Second 

Bosworth Charles, boat builder, 76 First, house 50 South 

Bosworth Amos, mariner, in ship Lancaster 

Bosworth Joseph, boards 71 First 

Bourne Elisha, master mariner, boarding, 55 South Second, corner Walnut 

Bourne George A. furniture and carpeting, 105 Union 

Bourne Sophia, widow, house 54 North Second 

Bourne Edward, shoes, 97 North Water, house 10 Bethel Court 

Bourne Jonathan, Jr. grocer, 85 Union, house 53 School 

Bowman Francis, ship joiner, house rear 60 Cushing 

Boyles Patrick, shipwright, house rear 165 Ray 

Bradford Charles* 

Bradley David S cooper, house 35 Seventh 

Braley Alden, housewright, house 12 Campbell, corner Purchase 

Bramhall Joseph, upholsterer, house 57 North Sixth 

Brayton Deborah, widow, house 17 Walnut, corner South Second 

Brayton David, cooper and gauger, house 70 South Second, corner Bush 

Brayton John E. mariner, 70 South Second, corner Bush 

Brayton Shubael F. mariner, 70 South Second, corner Bush 

Brayton Israel, mariner, 17 Walnut, corner South Second 

Bride Thomas, house 3 S. Rodman's wharf 

Briggs Charles, housewright, house 86 Fourth 

Briggs John, master mariner, house 97 Elm 

P.riggs David, house 81 Maxfeld 

Briggs Pari, shipwright, house 6 Pearl 

Briggs John, c. laborer, house 29 Allen 

Briggs Luther, Jr. mariner, at sea in ship William Hamilton 

Briggs Ephraiim mariner, at sea in ship St. George 

Briggs Alfred, rooper, 34- First 

Briggs Samuel, works for Kichmond & Wilcox 



DIRECTORY. 4{ 

Briggs Alfred C. cooper, boards 9 North Second 

Brigham Silas, blacksmith, house 85 Purchase 

Brigham Francis L. surg on dentist, 24 Purchase 

Brightman William, housewright, house 147 Middle 

Brighlman Frederick, housevvright, house 120 Kempton 

Brightman Henry, at sea in ship Waver!)' 

Broodier Charles W. mariner, c. house 150 Purchase 

Brooks Ca'vin B. boarding house, 57 South Water, corner Walnut 

Brookman William, house rear 152 Union 

Bromell Peter, bookbinder, house 86 North Second 

Brotherson , widow of Peter, house 124 Third 

Brow James, engineer steamboat Telegraph, house 39 Union 

Brown Daniel K. mariner, at sea in ship Mayflower 

Brown Francis, carpenter, boards 149 Middle 

Brown Oliver H. P. tailor, 7 North Second, boards 42 Hill 

Brown Franklin* 

Brown Samuel R. housewright, 27 Spring, house 12 Fourth 

Brown Thomas W. dry goods, 7 North Second, house 1SG Purchase 

Brown Ellery, blacksmith, house 128 Purchase 

Brown William, grocery, 167 County, corner Middle, house 173 Middle, corner 

County 
Brown Mehalia, colored, widow, house 220 Middle 
Brown Benjamin, blacksmith, house 172 Kempton 
Brown Simeon, laborer, house 172 Kempton 
Brown Thomas D. rigger, A. Robeson's wharf, house 74 Ray 
Brown Ann, widow, house 42 Hill 
Brown Derbon, laborer, house 91 North Water 
Brown Susan, widow, house 1 Walnut, corn r South Water 
Brown William, mariner, house 102 County 
Brownell A C. & I. W. auctioneers, 9 South Water 
Brownell Wil iam O. oyster cellar. 16 Union 
Brownell William, livery stable, 24, house 11 Fourth 
Brownell Joseph, blacksmith, 16 Fourth, house 39 Spring 
Brownell Wright, mason, house 38 Fourth 
Brownell Eunice, house 86 Fourth 
Brownell Perry, mason, house 172 Middle 
Brownell Isaac, trader, 151, house 127 Kempton 
Brownell Major, grocer, house 164 Kempton 
Brownell Abner W. housewright, house 74 Mil', corner Hill 
Browne!! PelegB. housewright, house 1 North, corner North Second 
Brownell Joshua, teamer, house 7S First 
Brownell Jabez, mariner, at sea in a brig 
Brownell Ebenezer, clerk. 19, boards 21 North Water 

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42 DIRECTORY. 

Brownell John A. truckman, house 152 Keinpton 

Browneil John, tailor, works 32 North Water 

Bryant Frederick, hardware, 40 North Water, house 96 Elm 

Bryant Job, truckman, house 136 Purchase, corner North 

Bryant Philander, trader, house 39 Hillman 

Bryant John, laborer, house 69 Walden 

Bryant Thomas R.. cordwainer, 41 Purchase, house 63 Thomas 

Bryant Caleb, cordwainer, 58 North Second, house 210 County 

Bucklin Benjamin, blacksmith, 142, house 146 Middle 

Buliod Lewis, laborer, house 65 South Water 

Burbank Stephen M. cordwainer, 41 Purchase, house 128 Middl 

Burdick James A. cooper, house 88 Charles 

Burgess Nathan, cordwainer, 94 North Second, house 39 Foster 

Burgess Cornelius, grocer, 183, house 181 Purchase 

Burgess Charles, tobacconist, house 181 Purcase 

Burgess Obadiah B. housewright, 74 Hillman, house 65 Walden 

Burgess John B. housewright, house 60 Thomas 

Burgess (Isaiah J and Rowland (Abraham H.J merchants, counting room 13 

Middle 
Burgess Isaiah, (Burgess fy How land J house 76 Walnut, cor. Seventh 
Burgess Ruth, widow, house 88 Charles 
Burke John, laborer, house rear 5 Campbell 
Burlingame Henry, butcher, house 172 Middle 
Burrage John, counsellor and notary public,.93, house 121 Union 
Burrell William, cordwainer. boards 25 Bush, corner Third 
Burrows Watson, laborer, house 151 Middle 
Burroughs Henry J. proprietor Exchange News Room, 21 North Water, boards 

51 First 
Burroughs Joseph L. printer, Mercury office, boards 19 Walnut, corner South 

Second 
Butts Peleg (Butts fy Smith) house 41 Mill, corner Pleasa nt 
Butts Enoch, ropemaker, house 20 Allen 

Butts (Peleg) &c Smith (Jonathan) blacksmiths, 3 and 5 Hazzard's wharf 
Butts Edward P. harness maker, boards 20 Allen 
Butts Francis A. mariner, boards 41 Wing, corner South Sixth 
Butts James, mariner, at sea 
Butts John, works and boards 197 Union 

Bush Thomas B. leather dresser, 53 Allen, house 41 Wing, corner Sixth 
Bussell Abraham, shipwright, house 12 Ark lane 

ill Joel, oyster cellar, Orange street 
Staler (Daniel) &, Allen (Abraham) rope walk, 1 10 Third, grocery 10i Third. 

co e^ age store 7 Central Wharf 

' 'Butler &• Wen) hoAiSe .'02 Third 



DIRECTORY. 43 

Butler Benjamin, house 97 South Second 

Butler Daniel, Jr. ropemaker, house 114 Fourth 

Butler Patrick, laborer, house 70 William 

Butler James D. clerk for Butler & Allen, house 10 Bedford 

Cadwell William, clerk, 49 Purchase, corner William, boards 87 Union 

Caigie Andrew, brass founder, house 126 Purchase 

Campbell Alexander H. commission merchant, 10G North Water, corner Middle, 

house, 94 Middle corner Purchase 
Canfield William, printer, Gazette Office 

Cannon Edward S. hats and caps, 96 Union, house 39 South Second 
Cannon Henry, house 71 Third 
Cannon Philip, caulker, house 133 North Second 
Cannon Edward, rigger, house 137 North Second, corner Hillman 
Cannon Nathaniel, rigger, Rotch's wharf, house 50 Ray 
Cannon James, inspector and boarding officer, office Custom House, house 143 

South Water 
Cannon Cornelius, rigger, house 137 North Second, corner Hillman 
Cannon William, caulker, house 98 North Second 

Cannon William, wheelwright, works for Silas N. Richards, boards 55 Elm 
Cannon Charles, clerk for James Durfee, Jr. house 39 South Seeond 
Cannon F. K. son of Philip, 133 North Second 

Capen Charles D. coach and chaise maker, 17 Third, house 21 Third, cc. •Spring- 
Card William, boatman, house 13 Bethel Court 
Card Charles V. block and pump maker, 25 Orange, house 73 First 
Card Jonathan, blockmaker, 18 Orange, house 9 Bush 
Cardy David, sailmaker, boards 75 Purchase 
Carey Nathan, blacksmith, works for James Durfee, Jr. 
Carr Greene, house 97 South Second 
Carr Caleb A. cooper, 25 Fourth, house 11 Fourth 
Carr Thomas, cooper, 75 Kenipton 
Carter Franklin, mariner, house 191 Purchase 
Carter James C. c. boarding house, 7 Ark Lane 
Carsley Wi'liam, blacksmith, Ferry Boat wharf, house 54 Schoo 
Carsley Sarah, widow, house 21 Morgan's Row 
Cartee Seth, chaise maker, 36 Elm, house 121 Middle 
Carver James, mariner, house 166 Purchase 

Carver William E. boat builder, rear 40 South Water, housed Schoo! 
Carver Catharine, widow, house 19 Bush 
Case Jireh, mariner, house 1 Walnut, corner South Water 
Case Caleb, stevedore, house 91 Kempton 
Case Thomas C. crier, house 58 North Sixth 
Case Job, rigger, house 56 Ray 
Case Hannah, widow, boarding house, 3 Bethel Court 



44 DIRECTORY. 

Case Alien, (Delano fy Case) house 3 Bethel Court 

Caswell Samuel, cooper, house 69 Hillman 

Caswell DaiuGl, laborer, house 51 North 

Cavanaugh Dennis, watchman, house 46 Bedford 

Chaddock E. N. selectman, house 27 South Sixth 

Chadwick Betsey, milliner, 57 Middle 

Chadwick George, mason, house 151 Kempton 

Chadwick John S. cooper, house 15»Hillmau, corner Rny 

Chadwick Thomas S. cordwainer, watchman, house 87 Ray, corner Hillman 

Chadwick Charlotte, widow, house 87 Ray, corner Hillman 

Chambers William E. apprentice to C. V. Card, 73 Fir^t 

Chandler Thomas R. works and boards at William Rolch, Jr's. 

Chapman Walter, sailmaker, house 9 Bethel Court 

Chapman John II. (Chapmen <$• Bonney) house 9 Bethel Court 

Chapman Esther, widow, house 101 Purchase, corner Charles 

Chapman (JohnH) & Bonney (Josiah) sailmaker, Orange, corner I &.G 

Howland's wharf 
Chapman Cyrus W. house 56 School, corner Fourth 
Chapman Alfred M. apprentice to Chapman 6c Bonney, boards 18 Fifth 
Chase John, laborer, house 56 Third 
Cha-e Davis, cooper, 37 North Sixth, rear 21 Central, counting room 28 North 

Water, house 89 Elm 
Chase Benjamin F. mariner, house 76 Middle 
Chase David E. painter, house 201 Middle 
Chase Isaac B. cooper, Beetle's Lane, house Go Charles 
Chase Jeremiah, shipwright, house 142 Kempton 

Chase Ichabod, cooper, rear 36 South Water, house 12 North, corner Ray 
Chase David, (Little fy Chase,) house 22 Maxfeld 
Chase Robert, housewright, house 86 Ray, corner Hillman 
Chase Jospeh G. mason, house 33 Foster, corner Middle 
Chase Joseph T. mariner, house 69 W r alden 
Chase Joseph, cooper, 21 First, house 23 Walnut 
Chase Samel B. mariner, house 17, School 
Chase Isaiah, Jr. teamer, house Arnold 
Chase Judith, widow, house 15 First 

Chase Nathan, clerk 42 Purchase, boards 31 Spring, corner Fourth 
Chase (Jarvis B.) and Wells ( William R.) physicians, 131 Union, house 32 Elm 
Chase Jeremiah, shipwright, house 59 Summer 
Chase Henry B.* 

Childs Nathaniel R. (Freeman fy Childs) boards 140 Union, corner Fourth, 
Choules John O. Rev. house 165 Union 

Christian , wife of Joseph, house 1 18 Purchase 

Christian Stephen C. master mariner, house 68 Pleasant 



DIRECTORY, 

"Christian Lawrence, cooper, house 118 Purchase, corner Middle 
Church Nancy, widow, house 52 North Second 
Church James T. sailmaker, house 77 North Water, corner Elir. 
Church George W. ivery stable, 124 Middle, house 70 Elm 
Church Freeman, sailmaker, house 32 Hillman 
Church Benjamin, laborer, house 72 Walden 
Church Charles, master mariner, house 155 Purchase 
Church Ephraim E. sailmaker . 

Churchill Sylvanus, cooper, house 78 Fifth 
Churchill Anson, mariner, house 45 Hillman 

Clapp Ichabod, livery stable, 8 Fourth, house 11th Fifth, corner Spring 
Clarke {Noah 2nd) & Marb'e {Barnard Jr.) grocers, 1 Third, corner Unior. 
Clarke Archibald, house 128 Third 
Clarke Benjamin, cooper, house 38 South Second 
Clarke {Ichabcd E.) & Taber {Robert H) innholders, 44 Union, corner Soutr. 

Water 
Clarke Benjamin, master mariner, house 69 South Water, corner Bush 
Clarke Noah, 2nd, {Clarke fy Marble) house 190 Union, corner Eighth 
Clarke Charles, shipwright, house 86 North Second 
Clarke Lydia. widow, house 97 North Second 
Clarke Peleg, coach and chaise maker, 82 Purchase, 89 Middle, house IIS 

Middle 
Clarke Joseph, block and pump maker, (Peckham dj* Clarke) house 31 High 
Clarke Henry, mariner, house 40 North corner Pleasant 
Clarke George, caulker, house 68 Thomas corner Maxfeld_, 
Clarke Eber, master mariner, house 53 Walnut 
Clarke Elias, housewright, house 4 Market Square 

Clarke Henry F. cooper, rear 36 South Water, house 12 North, corner Ray 
Clarke David, at sea, in ship Coral, boards 103 North Second 
Clifford John H. counsellor and Notary Public, 23 North Water, house 54 Fiflfc 
Cobb Daniel S. truckman, house 70 Elm 
Cobh Nathaniel W. P. mason, house 172 Middle 
Cobb Sarah, widow, house 10 Ark Lp.ne 
Cobb Cephas, laborer, house 48 High 
Cobb Prentice, cordvvainer, house 126 Kempton 
Coffin Eunice, sister of David, house 44 Third 
Coffin Mary, sister of David, house 44 Third 
Coffin William , boalbuilder, house 72 South Second corner Bush 
Coffin Jethro, boatbuilder, house 79 South Second 
Coffin Timothy G. counsellor and Notary Publie, office 35 North Water, hou^ 

102 Purchse, corner High 
Coffin David, merchant, counting room Coffin's wharf, house 34 Sixth, cone 

Walnut 

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40 DIRECTORY. 

Coffin William C. clerk in Mechanic's Bank, boards at 72 South Second, corner 

Bush 
Coffin Shubael. boat builder, 79 South Second 
Coffin Frederick, boat builder, 72 South Second, corner Bush 
Coggeshal John, merchant, counting room 31 Orange, house 127 Union 
Coggeshail Charles S. shipwright, house 88 Purchase 
Coggeshall Joseph Brown, house 118 Purchase, corner Mill 
Coggeshail John H. house 81 Middle 
Coggeshall Nelson, laborer, house 1G6 Kempton 
Coggeshail Charles, 2nd, laborer, house 33 Mill 
Coggeshall Mary, widow, house 53 Ray 
Coggeshall Sarah, widow, house 53 Ray 

C°ggeshail Josiah, (Coggeshall fy Walters) house 58 North Sixth 
Coggeshall Thomas, Jr. clerk in Post Office, house 17 School 
Coggeshall Ichabod, farmer, house 27 County 

Coggeshall (Josiah) fy Walters (Charles A) confectionary, 8 Second 
Coggeshall James, merchant, counting room, 31 Orange 
Coggeshall Samuel IJ. (Palmer 8p Coggeshall ) 
Coggesh ,11 Bradford H. cooper, house 53 Ray 
Coit Ga drier L. clerk, 17 South Water 
Cole Veretta, milliner, 101 Union 
Cole William B. mason, house 162 Kempton 
Cole Wi liam, sailmaker, house 75 Middle, corner Hill 
Cole Thomas, innholder, h use 20 South Water 
Coleman Alvin, ship carver, 53 South Water, house 14 Middle 
Coleman Hezekiah, carver, 53 South Water, hou-e 64 School 
Colt man George* 

Collins Philip, butcher, house 59 Summer 
Collins James H. hardware, 55 Union, house 65 South Second 
Collyer Henry, shipwright, house 83 North Second 
Colesworthy Anne, boarding, 11 North Second 
Comfort Patrick, mariner, house 232 County 
Congdon Susanna, widow, house 40 South Second 
Congdon Joseph, cashit r Mechanics Bank, house 40 South Second 
Congdon Benjamin T. gauger, house 42 South Second 
Congdon Fanny, widow, house 29 Seventh, c rner School 
Congdon Sarah & Elizabeth, mantaumakers, 29 Seventh, corner School 
Congdon James B. -cashier Merchant's Hank, house 118 County, cor. Walnut 
Congdon Arnold S. mariner, house 40 South Second 
Congdon Kaac, 29 Seventh, corner Sehoel 
Connelly John, laborer, house 78 Kempton 
Cook Timothy D. (Gilford fy Cook) house 93 Fourth 
i Jook oilas, house 232 Purchase 



DIRECTORY. 47 

Cook Silas Jr. cooper, house 232 Purchase 

Cook John, cooper, house 232 Purchase 

Cook William T. (Cook 8f Hudson) house 110 Middle 

Cook Job, c. mariner, house 226 Middle 

Cook Thomas (Cook fy Snow J house 9 Eighth 

Cook (Thomas) & Snow (Loam) merchant tailors, 38 North Water 

Cook (William T.) & Hudson (Samuel G.) sail makers, rear ( J Middle 

Cook Edwin F. house Arnold street 

Cook Catharine, widow, c. house 26 Wing 

Cook John Jr. ( Woods fy Cook) house 59 Third / corner Bush 

Cook Charles K. c. house 26 Wing 

Cook Charles, clerk 50 Union, boards 59 Third, corner Bush 

Cook John S. cabinet maker, at sea in slip Maria Theresa 

Cook James M. cleik 31 North Water, boards 87 Union 

Coombs Benjamin (Coombs fy Harlow) house 96 South Second 

Coombs (Benjamin) & Harlow (Otis) merchant tailors, 10 South Water 

Coombs Elnathan, cordwainer, 130 Purchase, house 72 Foster, cor. Maxfeld 

Coombs David W. shipwright, house 210 Purchase 

Coombs Asa (C. Hooper fy Co.) house 72 Foster, corner Maxfeld 

Coombs William, c. laborer, house 29 Allen 

Coombs Joseph, carpenter, Mill street, boards 73 Mill 

Corey Nathaniel, boatman, house 69 North Water 

Corey Ebenezer, trader, 20 Orange, house 47 First 

Corey Barney, house 24 Walnut 

Corey Billings F. housewright, 70, house 78 South Sixth, corner Bedford 

Corey John, cordwainer, 43 Wing, house rear 43 Wing 

Corey Thomas, cooper, at sea, inquire of Tobey & Ricketson 

Corey Sylvester R. tailor, house 2 Maxfeld, corner North Second 

Corey Alonzo L. son of Billings, 78 Sixth, corner Bedford 

Cornel! John, cooper, house 88 Charles 

Cornell Elizabeth, widow, house 126 Kempton 

Cornell Alfred, laborer, house 59 North Sixth 

Cornell Thomas T. wheelwright, shop and house rear 57 North 

Cornell Joseph W. boat builder, boards 139 Ray 

Cornell Albert, cooper, boards corner Union and Fifth 

Cornell John E. in ship Cambray, boards 33 Purchase 

Coste Lewis B. (Fish Sp Coste) boards 12 Bethel Court 

Colman John, c. in ship Roscoe 

Covell Hannah, widow, house 98 North Second 

Co veil Charles, master mariner, house 112 Purchase 

Covell Hal-ey, caulker, house 49 Maxfeld 

Covell Clement C. master mariner, house 155 Ray, eorner Willis 



48 DIRECTORY. 

Co veil — -, wife of Hiram, house 56 Summer 

Covell Benj. B. & Co. (Timothy TabcrJ painters, 23 Middle, house 21 Kemptcm 

Covell William, mariner, boards 98 North Second 

Cox William H, master ship Mozambique, house 75 North Water 

Crandell Phineas Rev. 55 Th lrd 

Crane Levi L. (Crane <$» French) house 160 Union 

Crane (Levi L.J & French (Rodneij) merchants, 8 I. & G. Howland's wharf 

Cranston William, boat builder, 133; house 139 Ray 

Cranston William W. boat builder, 133, house 139 Ray 

Crapo Henry H. Town Clerk and Notary Public, 7 South Second, house 25 

Bush, corner Third 
Crapo Phebe, widow, boarding, 17 South Second, corner Spring 
Crapo Jeremiah, sail maker, house 63 Foster 
Crapo William, mariner, house 11 Morgan's Row 
Crapo Squire, laborer, house 9 Market Square 
Craw Ebenezer R. laborer, house 135 South Water, corner Grinnell 
Crocker William H. dry goods, 101 Union, house 38 Fourth 
Crocker Desire, tailoress, 70 N. Second 
Crocker Ansel, shipwright, house 31 High 
Crocker Thomas, shipwright, house S3 High 
Crocker Oliver, merchant, counting room 7 I. & G. Howland's wharf, house 96 

William 
Crocker John, shipwright, house 6 Pearl 

Crocker James H. Cashier Bedford Commercial Bank, house 147 Union 
Crocker Rowland R. Secretary Commercial Insurance Office, boards 140 Union 
Crocker George O. merchant, counting room I. & G. Howland's wharf, house 

96 William 
Crocker Edward, clerk 101 Union, boards 38 Fourth 
Cromwell Eliza M. widow, house 2 Bethel Court, corner Union 
Crooker Samuel, laborer, house 76 Middle 

Crooker Barker, at sea in ship Julia, inquire of T. Riddell & Sons 
Cross Latham, captain, house 43 School, corner Third 
Crouch John C. tailor, c. at sea, house 128 South Second 
Croucher Thomas, boards 59 Mechanics Row 
Croweli Samuel, shipwright, house 114 North Second 
Crowell Peleg, branch pilot, house 1C7 North Second, corner Hill man 
Croweli Hiram, si: ip joiner, A. Robeson's wharf, house 56 Cushing 
Crowell Leonard, master mariner, house 68 Foster 
Croweli Amos K. at sea in ship Hope, house 68 Foster 
Cundell Joseph (Ripley fy Cundell) house 85 Elm 
Cundell Russell, soap manufacturer, 33 Howl and 
Cunningham Robert, rigger, house 52 South Water 
Cur.de Anne, widow, house 52 Bedford 



DIRECTORY. 49 

Curtis Peter, c. mariner, house 84 North Second 

Curtis Stephen, gilder, 37 Purchase, house 111 Middle 

Curtis Richard, rigger, house 60 Ray street 

Cusbing Abby, widow, house 63 Hillman 

Cushman Eliphalett, livery stable, 13 South Second, house 46 Spring, corner 

Fifth 
Cushman Zacheus, sail maker, house 71 Fourth 
Cushman Heman, laborer, house 72 Middle 
Cushman Daniel , laborer, house 137 Middle 
Cushman Azariah, housewright, house 58 North 
Cushman Jacob Jr. stage agent, office 119, house 120 Union 
Cushman Benjamin, mariner, at sea in ship Meloria, from Fairhaven 
Cushman Timothy R.* 
Cushman Ezra* 
Cuttoe Roxanna, confectionary, 43, house 45 Purchase 

Daggett Shepherd, housewright, house 13 Mill, corner Ray 

Daggett Jethro D, housewright, house 64 North, corner Hill 

Daggett Eliphalett, laborer, house 23-2 County 

Dammon Samuel, shipwright, house 172 Purchase 

Danseizen Jacob, laborer, house 98 School 

Davenport Dudley, housewright, 74, grocery 76 South Water, house 2 Bush, 

corner South Water 
Davenport Alonzo, housewright, house 75 South Water, corner Bush 
Davenport Richard, butcher, house 9 North Second 
Davenport Taylor, boarding, 78 Elm 
Davenport William, housewright, house 108 Fourth 
Davenport Andrew, baker, house rear 23 South Second 
Davenport Philip, mariner, at sea, residence North street 
Davis Henry V. tinplate worker, 38 and 42 Union, house 63 Charles 
Davis Sarah, dress maker, 67 Fourth 
Davis James, laborer, house 116 North Second 
Davis James, cooper, house 149 Elm 

Davis Aaron, Jr, shipwright, house 50 North, corner Foster 
Davis Edmund, truckman, house 50 North, corner Foster 
Duvis George W. cordwainer, 40 Bedford, house 51 County 
Davis Reuben, laborer, house 126 South Second 
Davis Benjamin, cordwainer, 40 Bedford, boards 51 County 
Davis Ruby, widow, house 95 Charles 
Davis Francis boarding, 35 School, corner South Second 
Davis Nicholas Jr. painter, house 10 South Second 
Davis Joseph C. shipwright, hous« rear 90 North Second 



50 DIRECTORY. 

Davis Edward B. shipwright, house rear 90 North Second 

Davis Richard, clerk 45 Union, boards 10 South Second 

Davis Thomas, cooper, at sea 

Davis Aaron, Jr, shipwright, house 50 North street 

Dawley Harriet, wife of house 116 North Second 

Dean Frederick, victualler, 4 South Second, house 79 Elm 

Dean Joseph G. blacksmith, house 74 Kempton 

Debity Luke, c. laborer, house 19 Hillman 

Dedrick Henry Y. block maker, house 22 Bedford 

Delano Allerton, cooper, house 33 South Second, corner School 

Delano Susanna, widow, house 43 South Second 

Delano Thomas, mariner, house 43 South Second 

Delano Ezra K. turner, 91 Middle, cor. Purchase, house 75 Purchase, cor. Middle 

Delano Joseph C. master mariner, house 109 Middle 

Delano (Abraham) & Case (Allen) coopers, Fish Island 

Delano Abraham (Delano 8p Case) house 3 Bethel Court 

Denham Benjamin, baker, house 52 South Water 

Denham Tillson, baker, 32 Fourth, corner School, house 56 School, cor. Fourth 

Denham Joseph, stabling, 170 7 house 172 Purchase 

Denham Tillson B. (Saijer fy Denham) house 56 School, corner Fourth 

Denham George B. sail maker, at Chapman & Bonney's, boards 9 Bethel Court 

Denham, see Dunham 

Dennis Richmond, laborer, house 240 Purchase 

Derrickson Daniel D. painter, 92 North Water, house 85 North Second 

Derrin Daniel E. painter 85 North Second 

Devol Rachel, widow of Pardon, house 162 Purchase, corner Hillman 

Devol Jonathan, housewright. house 42 Kempton 

Devol Patience, widow, house 41 North Sixth 

Devol Joseph, laborer, house 5 Morgan's Row 

Devol Pardon B. mariner, at sea, 162 Purchase, corner Hillman 

Devol Pardon (L. B. Keith fy Co.) house 96 South Second 

Dexter Thomas, master mariner, house 64 School 

Dexter Albert, trader, boards 91 North Water 

Dexter Freeman, painter, works 21 Union, boards 31 Spring, corner Fourth 

Dillingham Asa, shipwright, house 15 Maxfeld, corner Ray 

Dillingham , widow of Edward, house 3 First, corner Union 

Dillingham John, mariner, was in Amethyst 

Dix Thomas R. (Thomas Riddell Sf Sons) house 198 Union, corner County 

Dixon Lewis D. c. mariner, 7 Spring 

Dixon John, c. house rear 22 Union 

Doane Oliver C. housewright, boards 19 Purchase 

Doane Simeon, boarding house, 14 Bethel Court 



DIRECTORY. 51 

Doane Zebina H. boarding house, 146 North Second 

Doane John, cooper, house 19 Purchase 

Dodge John, grocer, 51, boarding house 49 South Second 

Dole James C. grocer, 32 South Second, corner School, house 31 School 

Dole Francis S. cooper, at D. Chase's, house 51 Third 

Doolittle Erastus H. innholder, 17 South Water 

Doten Isaac, blacksmith, house 77 North Water, corner Elm 

Doten Nathaniel, cooper, house 56 South Second 

Doty Edmund, wheelwright, house 74 Ray 

Doty William P. wheelwright, 21 Spring, house rear Grace Church 

Doubleday Lydia, Mansion House, 87 Union, corner North Second 

Downing John, laborer, house 129 South Second 

Drake Wilson, stage driver, 20 South Water 

Drew Lucy, milliner and mantua maker, 109 Purchase 

Drew Timothy, removing buildings, house 194 Middle 

Drew Benjamin, caulker, house 3 Kempton 

Drew James, caulker, house 13 Kempton 

Drinker Lydia, widow, house 46 William 

Driscol Stephen G, clerk 6 South Water, boards 44 Fourth 

DufTey John, truckman, house 130 Kempton 

Duffy James laborer, house 130 Kempton 

DufTey George, blacksmith, house 70 William 

Dunbar Joseph & Co. (Asa 7\ Lawton) merchants, 9 Middle, bouse 26 S.Sixtu 

Dunbar Elisha & Co. (Edward C. Jones) merchants, 3 Central wharf, house 46 

South Sixth 
Dunbar Joseph, c. house 66 South Second 
Dunham Mary, widow, house 147 Middle 
Dunham Joseph R. shipwright, house 74 Kempton 
Dunham Ralph R. cooper, house 50 North, corner Foster 
Dunham Asa, clerk, boards 135 Middle 
Dunham, see Denham 
Durell Daniel, accountant, house 6 Fifth 
Durell Abby, wife of Daniel, milliner, 8 Fifth 

Durfee William, housewright, 33 Mechanics Row, house 98 North Second 
Durfee James, blacksmith, house 78 Purchase 
Durfee Nathan, blacksmith, house 112 Middle 
Durfee James, Jr. blacksmith and machinist, 7 and 9, counting room 10 Mechanics 

Row, house 116 Middle 
Durfee Thomas, blacksmith, 4 Hamblin, house 75 Maxfeld 
Durfee Barton B. house Arnold street 
Durfee Benjamin, cooper, house 98 Sooth Second 
Durfee Robert, Mill street, boards 248 Purchase 
Dwelly George W. laborer, house 56 Hillman 
!>> re F,7ra, blacksmith, house 73 Elm 



52 DIRECTORY. 

Dyre Christopher E. cooper, house 23 Maxfeld 

Dyre David, house Smith street 

Dyre Polly, wife of James, c. house opposite 36 Howland 

Dyre Asa, mariner, at sea in ship George Howland 

Dyre Warren, brother of Ezra, housewright, house 73 Elm 

Dyre William, blacksmith, works 3 Hazzard's wharf, boards 14G Purchase 

Earl Thomas, painter, house 12 Bethel Court 

Eastes Abraham, cooper, house 151 North Second 

Eastham Francis Henry, master mariner, house 79 Hillman, corner Thomas 

Easton John G. house 26 County, corner Grinnell 

Easton Rhoda, c. house 5i Cushing 

Easton Benjamin, laborer, 26 County, corner Grinnell 

Eaton Jacob, hats, 16 North Water, house 67 South Water 

Eddy Job, house 85 Second 

Eddy William, dry goods, 102 Union, house 75 Fourth 

Eddy Z. & G. M. (Zephaniah & George M.) domestic dry goods, 12 North 

Water 
Eddy Zephaniah (Z. & G. 31. Eddy) 
Eddy George M. {Z. & G. M. Eddy) 

Eddy Charles E. (Barrows, Eddy & Co.) 118 Union, corner Third 
Edwards Shubael G. shipwright, house 51 Ssmmer, corner Middle 
Edwards Josiah, rigger, house 49 Hillman 
Edwards William L. house 175 County 
Eldred Micah, blacksmith, house 174 Purchase 

Eldredge Killey, house 63 Fifth 

Eldredge Stephen, caulker, house 14]Howland 

Eldredge James, mariner, house 15 Howland 

Eldredge Veranus, caulker, house rear 17 Howland 

Eldredge Daniel, caulker, house 120 South Second 

Eldredge Darius, Ray Town 

Eldredge William, painter, house 111 Middle 

Eliot T. Dawes counsellor and notary public, office 88 Union, house 80 Third 

Eliot Robert, c. mariner, house 231 Middle 

Ellis Watson, cabinet maker, 53 South Water, house 47 First 

Ellis Thomas, furniture, 7 Cheapside, house 185 Union 

Ellis Caleb S. cooper. 40 North Sixth, house 94 Elm 

Ellis William S. boarding house, 6 Ark Lane 

Ellis Josephus, laborer, house 70 Kempton 

Ellis Mendall. (Otthvell & Ellis) house 69 Hillman, corner Walden 

Ellis Allen G. mariner, at sea in ship Nautilus 

Ellis Watson, Jr. 47 First 

Ellis Thomas, Jr. 185 Union 



DIRECTORY. 53 

Ellis Josephus, mariner, house 88 Charles 

Emerson John F. instructor, boards 87 Union 

Emery Abby, boarding house,. 91 North Water 

Enholm Samuel A. boatbuilder, boards 52 South Water 

Ebzler Anton, cap and umbrella manufacturer, house 80 Ray. workh for C. Hoop 

er & Co. 
Eve Jacob, c. mariner, house 17 Ark Lane 
Evens Charles T. at sea in Pyrachute, boards 23 Maxfeld 

Fabre Henry, mariner, house 49 Maxfeld street 

Fales James, watchmaker, 95 North Water, house 42 Hill 

Fales James Jr. watchmaker, 95 North Water, house 42 Hill 

Farmer Dianna, c. widow, house 140 North Second 

Farewell Lewis, house 52 Fifth 

Fearing Noah {Northam fy Fearing) 

Fearing Israel, truckman, house 160 Union 

Fearing Israel Jr. clerk at 27 North Water 

Ferguson Jireh L. housewright, 18 South Second, house 17 Bush 

Field William P. clerk, house 150 Middle 

Field Lewis H. hatter, house 3 First, corner Union 

Fields Joseph, c. laborer, house 148 North Second 

Fields David, housewright, house 116 Purchase 

Finney Nathan, mason, house 230 County 

Fish (David) & Coste (Lewis B.J hats, 8 South Water 

Fish Lewis, master mariner, house 177 Purchase 

Fish Charles, laborer, house 15 Howland 

Fish David (Fish Sf Coste) boards 12 Bethel Court 

Fisher Seth D. master mariner, house 68 Fourth 

Fitzgerald Patrick, laborer, 3 Rodman's wharf 

Fletcher David, c. laborer, house 161 Elm 

Flink Emanuel, rigger, house 171 Ray 

FolsomLevi, physician, house 101 Purchase, corner Charles 

Forbes Nicholas, boarding house, 34 Union 

Fortune Thomas, mariner, house 25 First 

Foster Joseph T. grocer, 90 North Second 

Foster Lothrop, Jr. housewright, 29 School, house 97 Purchase, corner Charles 

Foster Lydia, widow, house 119 Purchase, corner Mill 

Foster James, housewright, h«mse 88 Ray, corner Hillman 

Foster Isaiah D. carpenter, 133, house 139 Ray 

Fowler Peter C. stone cutter, house Morgan street 

Francis Ezra, mason, house 142 Kempton 

Francis Isaac, laborer, house 74 Walden., corner Maxfeld 

Freeman (Edward P.) & Childs (Nathaniel R.) shoes 95 Union 

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54 DIRECTORY. 

Freeman Edward P. (Freeman fy Childs) house 72 Fourth 

Freeman Joseph L. importer of paper hangings, 97 Union , boards 63 Fourth 

Freeman Ann, house, 79 Elm 

Freeman Isaac, housewright, house 73 Mill 

Freeman John, carpenter, 48 Hillman, house 61 Walden, corner Hillman 

French Cassander, shipwright, house 39 Hillman 

French Rodney (Crane 4* French) house 80 Second 

Fuller John, trader, house 151 North Second 

Fuller Jonathan, sh pwright, house 42 Wing 

Fuller Benjamin, mariner, house 4 Middle 

Fuller Samuel, c. mariner, house rear 43 Wing 

Fuller Nathaniel L. at sea in Wilmington and Liverpool packet, boards 

Middle 
Furlong Patrick, alien 

Gage Isaiah, 

Gage Benjamin, caulker, house 116 Purchase 

Gage Alexander, caulker, boards 1 16 Purchase 

Galen Peter, tailor, house 125 South Second 

Gammons Alanson, truckman, 12 Elm, house 52 North Second 

Gammons Curtis T. truckman, house 119 Purchase, corner Mill 

Gammons Lemuel, blacksmith, 57 North, house 74 Mill, corner Hill 

Gardner Lucinda, widow, house 35 Third 

Gardner Hezekiah B. mariner, house 35 Third 

Gardner Edmund, cooper's shop 16 Coffin, house 84 South Second 

Gardner Eliza M. house 79 Elm 

Gardner Abraham, master mariner, house 116 Middle 

Gardner Edward, mariner, house 80 Middle 

Gates William, shipwright, house 89 North Second, corner Kempton 

Gerrish Andrew, trader, house 47 Seventh 

Gibbs George, C. cordwainer, boards 18 Third 

Gibbs Anselm* 

Gibbs Joseph, boards 55 South Second, corner Walnut 

Gibbs Robert, captain, house 30 Walnut, corner Third 

Gibbs Ruth, widow, boarding, 152 Union, corner Fifdi 

Gibbs Jabez shipwright, house 38 Maxfeld 

Gibbs Alexander, merchant, 21 Orange, house 89 Spring, corner Eighth 

Gibbs Isaac L. housewright, house rear 52 Bedford 

Gibbs Alfred & Co. (Reuben Nye) 1 Taber's wharf, house 68 Walnut 

Gidley Abraham M. housewright, house 139 South Orange 

Giflford Elihu> cooper, boards 77 North Water 

Gifford Nathan* 

Gifford George W. at sea in ship Gideon Howland 

Gilford Abraham M. mariner, son of Hallett 



DIRECTORY. 55 

Gifford (George G.) & Thompson (John H.) coppersmiths, 6 Hazzarcl's wharf 

Gifford George G. (Gifford & Thompson) house 31 Elm 

Gifford William, merchant, 7 Taber's wharf, house 68 Third 

Gifford (Braddock) & Cook (Timothy D.) housewrights, 7G Third 

Gifford Braddock [Gifford & Cook] house 51 Summer, corner Middle 

Gifford George, mariner, 94 Third 

Gifford Abraham, house 111 Third, or 7 Wing 

Gifford Albert {Greene, Gifford S? Co.] 

Gifford Charles, carpenter, house 103 North Second 

Gifford Isaac C. cordwainer, house 85 Elm 

Gifford Asa, cooper, house 35 Middle 

Gifford Isaac, house 67 Kempton 

Gifford Abner, cooper, house 56 Mill, corner Foster 

Gifford Joseph A. cordwainer, house 171 Ray 

Gifford Squire, truckman, house 70 Walden 

Gifford Pardon, shipwright, house 10 Sixth, corner Spring 

Gifford Robert H. house 10 Sixth, corner Spring 

Gifford William, laborer, house 34. Howland 

Gifford Elihu H. laborer, house 232 County 

Gifford Samuel, butcher, house 233 County, corner Smith 
( Gifford Peleg, laborer, house Smith 
! Gifford Abraham R. painter, son of Abraham 111 Third, or 7 Wing 

Gifford Abraham, 2nd, mariner, house 1 Sear's Court 

Gifford Hallett, laborer, house 31 Elm 

Gilbert Grenville [Gilbert, Keliey & Allen] boards 22 Third, corner Spring 

Gilbert David H. at sea in Wilmington and Liverpool Packet 

Gilbert John, laborer, house 21 North 

Gilbert Caleb C. counting room 23 North Water, boards 8 Eighth 

Gilbert [Greenville], Keliey [Henry C] & AUen [John H] dry goods, 25 North 
Water 

Gilman Benire, mariner, house 70 William 

Goddard W r illiam, cooper, at sea, boards 92 South Second 

Goddard E. L. Dry Goods, 5 South Water, house 73 Fourth 

Goodenough Jot ham,* 

Gooding George, stone cutter, boards 119 Elm, 

Gooding Aianson, }eoman, house 24 South Sixth 

Googins William, master mariner, house 82 Second 

Gordon W r illiam,deputy sheriff,deputy marshalland coroner,85 Fifth,cor. Bedford 

Gorham John, at sea 

Gould John L. laborer, house 33 Pleasant, corner Mill 

Grant Joseph, boarding house 86 North Second 

Grant William, laborer, c. house 203 Middle 

Gray William A. chaise and coach painter, 82 Purchase, boards 113 Middle 

Gray John S. blacksmith, house 33 Union 



56 DIRECTORY. 

Gray Stanton, laborer, house 151 Middle 

Gray Isaac, laborer, house 51 Mill 

Gray Pardon, 2d, laborer, house 38 Foster, corner Mill 

Gray Darius [Gray & Weaver] house 46 Foster 

Gray Pardon, Jr. livery stable, 19, house 22 School 

Gray [Darius] & Weaver [David] blacksmiths 96 North Water 

Greene Alphonso, housewright, house 116 Third, corner Howland 

Greene [Edicard W.] Gitibrd, [Albert) & Co. ( ) apothecaries, 4 North 

Water, corner Union 
GreeneEdward W. (Greene, Gifford 4" Co.) physician, boards 1 South Second, 

corner Union 
Greene Augustus A. housewright, house 99 Fourth 
Greene Alfred, housewright, house 72 School 
Greene David R. & Co. {Dennis Wood, Willard Nije) 9 Taber's wharf, house 

56 South Sixth 
Greene Thomas A- County Commissioner, house 134 County, corner Spring 
Greene Williams, butcher, house Arnold 
Greene L. 13. millinary and dress making, 92 Union 
Greenman Potter, confectioner, works 8 South Second, boards 44 Union, corner 

South Water 
Greenman Jeremiah, barber, 54 Union, house 39 South Second 
Greenman Josiah, barber, 54 Union, house 39 South Second 
Gnnuell Cornelius, house 135 Third 

Grinuell Charles, merchant, counting room 4 Rotches' wharf house 15S Union 
Grinneil Josej.h, merchant, President Marine Bank, counting room 29 Orange, 

house 97 County, head of Russell 
Grinneil Mary, widow of Cornelius, Jr. house 103 County, corner Hawthorn 
Grinneil Lawrence, merchant, counting room, 29 Orange, house Orchard 
Grinneil James M. [Kollock & Grinneil] house 77 Fourth 
Groves Philip, blacksmith, 140, house 152 Middle 
Gunn John, alien, 
Gustavus John, butcher, c. house 128 South Second 

Hackett Esther, c. widow, house 46 Hill 

Haffords Priscilia, house 21 Hillman 

Haffords Charles, sailmaker, Rotch's \*harf, house 44 Spring, corner Fifth 

Haffords Mary, house 117 Middle 

Hale Benjamin E. in Gazette Office, house 34 North Second 

Hale James, cord wainer, house 121 Middle 

Hall John Peter, brassfounder, house 68 William 

Hall Isaac D. grocer, 6 South Water, house 44 Fourth 

Hamblin Edward J. & Co. [Caleb Jenneij] shots 16, house 17 Third, cor. Spring 

Hammett Joseph G. house 32 Purchase 



DIRECTORY. 57 

Hammond Carles E.* 

Hammond Thomas, master mariner, house 67 Mil) 

Hammond Thomas C. shipwright, house 5 Campbell 

Hammond William, shipjoiner, house 68 Pleasant 

Hammond Charles, laborer, house 93 Fourth 

Handy Ichabod, cooper, in ship Gideon Howland 

Handy Isaac, shipwright, house 93 Ray 

Handy Walter, mariner, house 63 Kempton 

Handy John, shipwright, house 63 Kempton 

Handy Isaac, cooper, 24. I. & G. Howland's wharf, house 75 Kempton 

Hand} r Isaac, 2d, shipwright, house 93 Ray 

Handy James, laborer, house 22 First 

Harden John G. blacksmith, house 77 North Water, corner Elm 

Hardy William, laborer, house 165 Ray 

Harlow Ebenezer, instructor, house 32 Purchase 

Harlow Otis {Coombs fy Harlow) house 32 Elm 

Harper James, boards at 3 Bethel Court, corner Union 

Harris Jeremiah G. Editor New Bedford Gazette, boards at 143 Union 

Harris Oliver G. Stage Driver, house 120 Union 

Harrison John, c. mariner, house 90 South Water 

Harrison Amy Ann, dress maker, house 62 South Second 

Hart Charles, laborer, 156 Elm 

Hart Simpson, sailmaker, I. & G. Howland's wharf, house 35 South Sec 

Hart Ephraim, laborer, house 126 Kempton 

Hart Nancy, house 71 Ray, corner North 

Hart Abigail, widow, house 59 North Sixth 

Hart Charles, 156 Elm 

Hart George, boat builder, boards 96 South Second 

Haskell Eli, gauger, house 55 Purchase 

Haskell Dennis, master mariner, house 82 Maxfeld 

Haskell Andrew, trader, 5 Market Square, house 77 Third 

Haskell John C. merchant, counting room, Fish Island, house 85 Bush, corner 

County 
Haskell Hiram, grocer, 6 Market Square, boards 16 Bush, corner South Second 
Haskell Fordyce D. master ship Mercany. house 82 Maxfeld 
Haskius Read {Bates fy Haskins) painters, house 71 South Second, corner. 

Bush 
Haskins Clarke, shipwright, house 21 Hillman 
Haskins Samuel, instructor, house 99 Hillman, corner Summe.' 
Haskins William, shipwright, house 69 High 
Hatch Albert D. printer, clerk at 111 Union, boards 83 Fourth 
Hatch George A. in ship Endeavor, house 171 Purchase 



5S DIRECTORY. 

Hatch Francis W. rigger, house 48 North, corner Foster 

Hatch Joel, shipwright, house 6 Pearl 

Hatch George, ropemaker, house 92 County 

Hatch Abiel, ropemaker, house 11 Allen 

Hatch Franklin, cooper, at sea in ship Minerva 

Hathaway Franklin, shipwright, boards 41 Maxfeld 

Hathaway James H. tinman, 17 North Water, boards 158 Middle 

Hathaway {Anthony) & Manchester (Otis) stone cutters, Mechanics' Row 

Hathaway Ephraim, white washer, house 27 Union 

Hathaway Joseph, ariist, 110 Union, house 159 Union 

Hathaway William, enquire of Richmond & Wilcox 

Hathaway Stephen, carpenter, or grocer, house 89 North Second 

Hathaway Nathaniel ( T. S. <^» N. Hathaicay) house 43 Elm, corner Purchase 

Hathaway Anthony, (Hathaway & Manchester) house 149 Eim 

H thaway Sylvanus, blacksmith, house J28 Purchase 

Hathaway Joseph D. truckman, 128 Purchase 

Hathaway , wife of Ezra, house 179 Purchase 

Hathaway William, H. merchant, counting room, 17 Middle, house Orchard 
Hathaway Borden H.housewright, house 1G9 Middle 
Hathaway Samuel, housewright / house 142 Kemplon 
Hathaway Jonathan, rigger, house 17 Mill 
Hathaway John, laborer, house 32 Maxfeld 

Hathaway Braddock D. blacksmith, Beetle's Lane, house 96 Ray 
Hathaway Michael, shipwright, house 101 Ray 
Hathaway David C. shipwright, house 168 Ray 

Hathaway Benjamin F. ship joiner, A. Robeson's wharf, house 38 Foster,cor. Mill 
Hathaway Warren, shipwright, house 33 Pleasant, corner Mill 
Hathaway Zephaniah, shipwright, house 33 Pleasant, corner Mill 
Hathaway Caleb, farmer, house 61 Walden, corner Hillman 
Hathaway Robert, shipwright, house 71 Walden 
Hathaway William Jr. master mariner, house 52 Fifth 
Hathaway Eliza, widow, house 27 County 
Hathaway Geo. W. coppersmith, house 212 County 
Hathaway Nathaniel, laborer, house 123 South Second 

Hathaway T. S. & N. (TJiomas S. 4* Nathaniel) counting room Central wharf 
Hathaway Stephen, mariner, brother of William H. 
Hathaway Bradford G clerk, 93 Third, boards 25 Bush, corner Third 
Hathaway Seih, house wrighi, Smith's Mills Road 
Hathaway James, housewright, house 142 Kempton 
Hathaway Henry* 

Hawes Shubael, master mariner, house 69 South Water, corner Bush 
Hawes William T. merchant, counting room 7 Middle, house 64 Russell, corner 
Sixth 



DIRECTORY. 59 

Hawes Thankful, widow, house 10 Ark Lane 

Hawes Timothy, butcher, boards 11 North Second 

Hawes Elnathan, works in William T. Hawes' Candle Works 

Hayes Benjamin T. cooper, house 1 Hillman, corner North Second 

Hayes Andrew G. cooper, 13 S. Rodman's wharf, house 18 Hillman 

Haynes Priscillia, widow, boarding, house 25 Bush, corner Third 

Hazleton Marston, tobacconist, house Smith street 

Head Sally, tailoress, house 42 Middle 

Head Benanuel, mariner, house 25 Bush, corner Third 

Healey Stafford, cooper, 87 South Water, house 80 South Second 

Healey John, blockmaker, house 139 Ray 

Healey William, cooper, house 150 Ray 

Healey Lyman, cooper, at sea, boards 8 Campbell 

Healey John, house 139 Ray 

Healey William, pump and block maker, house 139 Ray 

Heath Samuel, grocer, 48 Purchase 

Heath Samuel W. grocer, 60, house 56 South Second 

Henly Samuel, brass founder, house 137 Purchase, corner North 

Hermes Charles, rope maker, house 15 Howland 

Hervey Ebenezer, instructor, house 32 Purchase 

Hewins Luther G. grocer, 80 North Water, house 67 South Water 

Hill Josiah, grocer, 93 Third, boards at 31 Spring, corner Fourth 

Hill Phebe, house 21 South Water 

Hill Asa, painter, boarding house, 99 North Second 

Hill Alonzo, shipwright, house 164 Kempton 

Hill Sylvia, widow, house 175 County 

Hill William, tailor, works 32 North Water, boards 3 Bethel Court 

Hil man Rhoda, widow, house 1 Hillman, corner North Second 

Hillman Zechar'ah, shipwright, house 5 North 

Hillman Jethro, shipwright, house 13 Maxfeld, corner Ray 

Hi lman Robert, shipwright, house 61 Pleasant, corner Hillman 

Hillman Henry (Potter, Hillman & Co.) house 210 County 

Hillman John I), son of Robert, 61 Pleasant 

Himes George, laborer, house 126 Kempton 

Hinckley Braddock, tanner, house 38 Foster, corner Mill 

Hitch Charles, sail maker, 5 Taber's wharf, house 71 First 

Hiscox John, cooper, house 60 North Second 

Hoffman Alexander, laborer, c. house 27 School 

Holiday Younger, laborer, house 15 First 

Holmes William P. shipwright, works and boards on Fish Island 

Holmes John, mariner, at sea in ship John Adams 

Holmes William, sail maker, house 96 South Second 

Holmes Sylvester, Rev. house 97 Hillman, corner Summer 



60 DIRECTORY. 

Homan Gilson, dry goods, 2 Cheapside, boards 37 Union, corner N. Second 

Holmes John, stage driver, house 23 Spring 

Holmes William,, laborer, house 90 South Sixth 

Holmes James, cooper, house 46 Bedford 

Hood Charles, mason, house 46 Hill 

Hooper, Cyrus & Co. (Asa Coombs) hats 72 Union and 8 North Water, house 

opposite 4 Cheapside 
Horn Elijah, trader, Orange street, house 29 Central 
Horton Enoch, dry goods, 42 Purchase, house 192 Union, corner Eighth 
Howard Jonathan, mason, house 171 Ray 
Howard John E. c. mariner, house, Beetle's Yard 
Howard Alexander, c. laborer. 128 South Second 
Howe Roswell, truckman, house 82 Walden 
Howe Alonzo, truckman, house 118 Ray 
Howe William, bookseller, 26 North Water, house 73 Fourth 
Howland Pardon, 2d, son of Hepsibeth, mariner, house 82 Middle 
How] and William C. with C. M. Peirce, boards 75 Elm 
Howland Jabez, mariner, 41 Wing 

Howland William P. 2d, mariner, son of Weston, in ship Lancaster 
Howland Caleb, son of Joseph, at sea, house 84 Walden 
Howland Joseph, Jr. mariner, boards 149 Middle 

Howland William, 2d, health officer and street committee, house 67 Third 
Howland William, 3d (Pardon Howland & Co.) house 94 Third 
Howland William, house 114 Third, corner Howland 
Howland Hepsibeth, widow, house 115 Third, corner Wing 
Howland Stephen H. ship chandh r, 19 Middle, house 140 Third 
Howland Abraham H. [Burgess & Howland] house 156 Third 
Howl nd Joseph, master mariner, house 72 Fourth 
Howland Benjamin F. 2d, grocer, 19, house 21 Soufh Water 
Huwlaud Gideon [/. Howland, Jr. fy Co.] merchants, house 41 Sou lb Water 

comer School 
Howland Reliance, house 45 South Water 
Howland Thomas, fruit shop. 63 Union, house 111 Kempton 
Howland Susanna, widow of James, house 147 Union 
Howland Elizabeth, widow, house 161 Union 

Howland Cornelius, yeoman, house 164 Union, corner South Sixth 
Howland Catharine, widow, house 164 Union, corner Sixth 
Howland Paul, yeoman, house 190 Union, corner Eighth 
Howland Joseph, shipwright, house 80 North Second 
Howiand Edward, mariner, house 80 North Second 
Howland George, merchant, counting room 122 North Second, house 75 Walnut, 

corner Seventh 
Howland George. Jr. merchant, counting room.. 122 N, Second, house 37 S. Sixth 
Howiand Ruins, shipwright, house 86 Elm 



DIRECTORY. 61 

Howland Edward D. carpenter, house 113 Elm 

Howland Seth, mariner, house 128 Purchase 

Howland Jonathan D. painter, 12 I. & G. Howland's wharf, house 203 Purchase 

Howland (James Henry) & Hussey (George F.J merchants, counting-room 12 

Middle 
Howland J. & J (John Sf James) merchants, counting room 12 Middle 
Howland Pardon, mariner, house 74 Middle 

Howland Thomas H. mariner, house 173 Middle, corner County — in ship 
Roman 

Howland Weston, house 44 High 

Howland Paul, 2d, mason, 25 Kempton 

Howland Abbey, wife of Borden H. house 158 Kempton 

Howland William P. laborer, house 163 Kempton 

Howland Frederick, painter and tin worker, 92 North Water, house 45 Foster 

Howland Caleb, mariner, house 84 Walden 

Howland Edith, widow, house 46 Spring, corner Fifth 

Howland James Henry (Howland <$* Hussey) house 59 Fifth 

Howland James 2d (J. fy J. Howland) house 21 South Sixth, corner School 

Howland Abner, shipwright, house 22 South Sixth, corner School 

Howland John, Jr. (J. fy J. Howland) house 38 South Sixth 

Howland Jonathan, captain, house 141 South Water 

Howland James H. merchant, house 15 County 

Howlaud Pardon & Co. ( William Howland 3d) butchers, counting room 3 
Market Square, house 41 County 

Howland I. Jr. & Co. (Gideon Howland, Tfwmas Mandell, Edward M. Robin- 
son and others) counting room 3 I. & G. Howland's wharf 

Howland Henry B. boards 178 Middle, corner County 

Howland Henry S. mater ship Com. Rogers 

Howland Elijah, mariner, at sea in ship Selma 

Howland Benjamin 2d, boat builder, 139 Ray 

Howland Matthew, son of George, 75 Walnut, corner Seventh 

Howland Charles W. son of George, 75 Walnut, corner Seventh 

Howland Jonathan, Jr. mariner, house 43 School, corner Third 

Howland Williams, son of Jonathan, at sea in ship Horatio— inquire of T. S. 
& N. Hathaway 

Howland Benjamin F. son of Hepsibeth, mariner, 115 Third, corner Wing 

Howland Ezra, son of Jonathan, 141 South Water 

Howland Edward, housewright, house 113 Elm 

Hoyer Cornelius, at sea, house 102 Third 

Hudson Samuel G. (Cook 4* Hudson) sail maker, house 16 Mill 

Hughs Francis, cooper, house 60 Ray 

Hunt John, clerk for Henry Taber, boards, 50 Walnut 

Hunter Ebenezer, c. at sea in ship Canton, house near African Church 



62 DIRECTORY. 

Hunter William, c. house 82 Middle 

Hurd John VV. (Payson 8? Hard) 16 South Water 

Hurl Will am, trader, house 58 Bedford, corner County 

Hussey William II. mariner, house 54 Middle 

Hussey George F. (Hovcland 8? Hussey) house 45 Third 

Hussey William, master ship Tuscaloosa, house corner Third and School 

Hussey William F. cooper and gauger, 113 South Water, house 82 Fourth 

Hussey Edward, cooper, 10 Elm, house 54 Middle 

Hussey William A. mariner, brother of George F. 

Hutchinson John, accountant, house 51 School, corner Fourth 

Hutchinson William, c. mariner, house rear 11 First 

Huttlestone May hew A. boarding house, 13 North Water 

Hyde Thomas, cooper, house 178 Middle, corner County 

Lv galls Seth H mason, counting room rear 13 North Second, house 166 Union, 

corner South Sixth 
Ingalls William mason, boards 152 Union, corner Fifth 
Ingraham Robert, trader, 125 Purchase, house 29 Mill, corner Purchase 

In<rraham , widow of James, house 150 Middle 

Ingraham Sarah, widow, house 33 Mill 

Ilsley David, mariner, 31 Hillman 

Irish John, cordwainer, 36 South Water, house rear 27 South Second 

Irish Otis, grocer, 141 Purchase, corner North, house 23 Maxfeld 

Irish Benjamin, clerk, boards 186 Purchase 

Ives William C. c. trader, house 54 County 

Jackson Charles, laborer, c. house 90 Charles street 

James Mary, widow, house 60 First 

James Phebe, widow, house 187 Middle 

James Henry T painter, 19 Central, house 187 Middle 

Jenks Daniel, truckman, house 77 Fifth 

Jenney Francis, cordwainer, 18 Third, corner Spring 

Jenney Caleb T. mariner, 18 Third, corner Spring 

Jenney Isaiah, at sea in ship Chili, bdferds 47 Hillman, corner Foster 

Jenney Joseph L. 95 Charles 

Jenney , widow, house 56 Mill, corner Foster 

Jenney Caleb (E. J. Hamblin fy Co.) house 18 Third, corner Spring 

Jenney Leonard, housewright, house 88 South Sixth 

Jenney Abby C. widow, house 54 North Second 

Jenney William H. baker, 57 Charles, house 107 Purchase 

Jenney Peleg, house 107 Purchase 

Jenney Smith, shipwright, house 194 Purchase 



DIRECTORY. 63 

Jenney Benjamin 7 painter, house 253 Purchase 

Jenney Edwin, cooper, house 35 Middle 

Jenney Jahaziel, house 80 Middle 

Jenney Sanford, carpenter, house 95 Charles 

Jenney Franklin, housewright, house 63 Mill 

Jenney Peleg, Jr. mariner, house 54. INorth street 

Jenney Jeptha, mariner, house 47 Hillman, corner Foster 

Jenney Jeduthan, housewright, house 157 Ray, corner Willis 

Jenney Edward, rigger, house 31 Pleasant, corner Mill 

Jenney Elkenah, housewright, 119 Ray, house 64 Pleasant 

Jennings Thomas, rigger, house Arnold street 

Jennings Daniel, laborer, 137 South Water, corner Grinnell 

Jennings William VV. sail maker, house 73 First 

Jennings Susan, tailoress, house 41 North, corner Pleasant 

Jennings Willson, sail maker, boards 63 Kempton 

Johns David, mariner, house 54 INorth street 

Johnson Ezra R. sail maker, 9 Central wharf 

Johnson Richard R. laborer, house 157 Elm 

Johnson, Augustus, shipwright 

Johnson James, c. laborer, house 20 Wing 

Johnson Nathan, c. trader, 23 house 21 Seventh 

Johnson Richard, c. trader, 25, house 23 South Water 

Johnson Mary, washerwoman, house 9 South Water 

Johnson Philip, rigger, house 46 Foster 

Johnson Richard C. c. trader, house 23 South Water 

Johnson William, c. mariner, house 169 Elm 

Johnson Henry, c. laborer, house 207 Middle 

Johnson Philip, laborer, house 46 Foster 

Johnson Josiah, cooper, house 60 Thomas 

Jones David L. gardener, house Arnold street 

Jones John [alien] cordwainer, house 84 Walden 

Jones John, housewright, Arnold street 

Jones Loellen, gardener, house Arnold street 

Jones Edward C. (E. Dunbar Sf Co.) house 55 Walnut, corner Fifth 

Jones Charles, mariner, house 16 First 

Jones John, cordwainer, 126 Middle, house 84 Walden 

Jones Thomas, c. laborer, house 90 Charles 

Jo*selyn Hervey ( Seabury fy Josselyn) house 18 Purchase 

Joseph Antone, laborer, house 28 Wing 

Jourdan Stephen D. jeweller, 91 , boards 167 Union 

Jourdan Anthony D. c. barber, 70 Union, house 26 South Second 

Jouvett Thomas, cooper, 99, house 111 South Second 



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DIRECTORY. 



Keith Lucien B. & Co. (Pardon Devol) shoes, 11 South Water, house 55 
North Sixth 

Kel'ey Ezra, jeweller, 66 Union, house 92 Third 

Kelley Allen, jeweller, 51 Union, corner North Water 

Kelky Hatsill, shipwright, house 63 North Second, corner Middle 

Kelley Thomas, mariner, house 73 Kempton 

Kelley Leonard, shipwright, house 70 Pleasant 

Kelley Amos, caulker, house 76 Pleasant, corner Maxfeld 

Kelley John H. watchmaker, house 97 South Second 

Kelley Henry C. (Gilbert, Kelley fy Allen) boards 59 Third, corner Bush 

Kellog Mary, milliner, 9 Cbeapside 

Kempton Elisha W. housewright, house 146 Union 

Kempton Silas, house, 45 North Second 

Kempton Jiieh, grocer, 49 North Second 

Kempton Paul, house 51 North Second 

Kempton Benjamin, mariner, house 85 North Second 

Kempton — — , widow of Obed, house 75 Purchase, corner Middle 

Kempton Isaac, blacksmith, house 136 Purchase, corner North 

Kempton Thomas, grocer, 161 Purchase 

Kempton Benjamin, Jr. shipwright, house 167 Purchase 

Kempton Isaac S. blacksmith, house 117 Middle 

Kempton Obed, cabinet maker and turner, 52, house 67 Mill 

Kempton Ephraim, lumber merchant and housewright, counting room, 53, work- 
shop 49 Pleasant, house 39 North, corner Pleasant 

Kempton Horatio A. housewright, boards at 39 North, corner Pleasant 

Kempton Samuel, housewright, house 31 Hillman 

Kempton Manasseh, housewright, house 37 Eighth 

Kempton Alfred 2d, counting room 83 North Water 

Kempton Elijah, house 162 County 

Kempton Elizabeth, widow, house 197 County 

Kempton Mary T. widow, milliner, 10 Cheapside, house 117 Middle 

Kempton Ezra S. turner, 81, house 85 Purchase 

Kempton Ansel J. mariner, son of Silas 

Kempton Ephraim, master mariner, 162 County 

Kempton Alfred, 51 North Second 

Kempton Rowland, 163 Kempton 

Kempton Frederick, 164 Kempton 

Kempton Francis A* 

Kendall Henry H. c. works 87 Union 

Kendrick Alfred, grocer, 48 Union, corner Water, house 23 South Second 

Kendrick Franklin, mariner, at sea in Gen. Pike 

Kendrick Ansel H. master mariner, son of Alfred 

Kendrick Henry, son of Alfred, 23 South Second 



DIRECTORY. 65 

Kent Joseph C. & Co. ( ) traders, 103 Purchase, house 101 Purchase. 

corner Charles 
King Josiah B. dry goods, 107 Union, house G8 Third 
King James, mariner, c. house 1G1 Elm 
King James, rigger, J. A. Parker's wharf, house 4 Middle 
King Joseph, rigger, house 43 Maxfeld 
King Philip, laborer, house rear 59 Summer 
King Samuel E. mathematical instrument maker, 44 N. Water 
King William, laborer, house 230 County 
Knapp James, laborer, rear 46 Bedford 
Knights William, cabinet maker, 9, house 11 Purchase 
Knights Stephen, tinman, house 32 North Second 

Knowles T. & J. P. ( Tlwmas <$• John P.J traders, 30 Union, house 30 Elm 
Kollock (Lemuel) &, Grinnell (James M.) grocers or traders. 2 Central wharf 
Kollock Lemuel (Kollock <$• Grinnell) house 63 Fourth, corner Bush 

Ladd Azel P. instructor, house 92 Third 

Lake Ephraim, laborer, house near Howland & Hussey's candle works 

Landers Ansel, shipwright, house 41 North, corner Pleasant 

Lang Martha, c. house 42 Middle 

Lawton Peter, cabinet maker, works 115 Purchase, boards 63 North Second 

Lawton Cuffee, c. laborer house 50 Bedford 

Lawton AsaT. (Joseph Dunbar Sf Co) house 173 Union, corner Seventh 

Lawton Gardner, in ship Galatia 

Lawton James M. boards 139 Ray 

Lawrence Joseph, coach and chaise maker, 82 Purchase 

Leach Charles H. housewright, hou-e 96 South Second 

Leaeh Orrin, works 9 Purchase, boards rear 79 Elm 

Lee John, laborer, house 19 South Second 

Lee Henry W. assistant teacher in Friends' Academy, boards 87 Union 

Leonard Samuel, lumber merchant, house 155 Third 

Leonard Alfred, cooper, 93, house 97 South Second 

Leonard Philip, housewright, house 116 South Water 

Leonard Nehemiah & Co. (Barnabas S. Perkins) merchants, 13 Central wharf. 

house 180 Union, corner Seventh 
Lepelman E. J. painter, house 33 Mill street 
Levens Erastus H. mason, boards 74 Elm 
Lewey Stephen, mariner, in ship Swift 
Lewey John, c laborer, house 145 Ray 
Lewis Thomas* 

Lewis Joseph, Jr. in ship China, boards 39 Middle 
Lewis Philip B. tinman, boards 59 Third 
Lewis Franci3 V. son of Joseph, in London packet, boards 39 Middle 

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66 DIRECTORY. 

Lewis Daniel C. boards 34 Elm, sails from Bristol 

Lewis George, carpenter, Fish Island 

Lewis John, rigger, house 31 Allen 

Lewis Ahira, carpenter, boards 64 Foster 

Lewis David, clothes dresser, c. house 9 First 

Lewis Leonard, house 84 Walden 

Lewis Charles, laborer, house 71 North Second 

Lewis — — — , widow, house 207 Purchase 

Lewis Thomas W. boarding house, 25 Middle 

Lewis Joseph, boarding house, 39 Middle 

Lewis Charles, rigger, house 65 Middle 

Lewis Henry, mariner, house 65 Maxfeld 

Lewis John, c. mariner, house 141 Ray 

Lewis Stephen* 

Lewis Peter, laborer, house 165 Ray 

Lewis Henry, son of Peter, mariner 

Lewis Benjamin, shipwright, house 64 Foster 

Lewis Thomas, son of Benjamin, sails from New York 

Lewis Rebecca, wddow, house 40 Pleasant 

Lincoln Luke P. professor of music, house 54 North Second 

Lincoln Benjamin, dry goods, 29, house 31 Middle 

Lindsey Amy, widow of Benj. house 63 Fourth 

Lindsey Benjamin, editor New Bedford Mercury, boards 87 Union 

Little Otis, tailor, boards 31 Spring, corner Fourth 

Little John B. livery stable, 7 Fourth, boards 10 South Second 

Little Alden, livery stable, 52 Elm, house 112 Purchase 

Little William {Little <§■• Chase) house 132 Purchase 

Little ( William) & Chase {David) dry goods, 14 Purchase, corner Nortk 

Little Samuel, yeoman, house 186 Purchase 

Litlle Luther, master mariner, house 8 Campbell 

Lobdell Charles, clerk 9 Taber's wharf, boards 120 Union, corner Third 

Long David's family, house 50 Middle 

Looke James T. boarding house, 101 North Water 

Lopes Joseph A. c. mariner, boards 226 Middle 

Lothrop Thomas C. {Lothrop & Allen) house 105 Pleasant 

Lothrop Asa, shoes, 15 Purchase, house 190 Union, corner Eighth 

Lothrop ( Thomas C.) & Allen (Frederick S.) merchants, 5 Middle 

Love John, brass founder, house 126 Kempton 

Love George, brass founder, house 105 North Water 

Lucas Allen, laborer, house South Second 

Lucas Corban B. blacksmith, house 83 Maxfeld 

Luce Matthew, master mariner, house 66 Third 

Luce Parzillia.housewright, 75 Mechanics Row, house 69 Elm 



DIRECTORY. 67 

Luce Wilmot, master mariner, house 75 Elm 

Luce Edwin, carpenter, house 153 Elm 

Luce Leander, cordwainer, house 172 Middle : 

Luce Ambrose E. painter, house 152 Kempton 

Luce Leonard* 

Luscomb Leonard, mariner, son of Francis, at sea in ship Fenelon, boards 46 

Maxf'eld 
Luscomb Samuel, cooper, house 63 Foster 
Luscomb Ziba B. cooper, house 84. Walden 

Luscomb James, cooper, 45 Kempton, house 31 Pleasant, corner Mill 
Luscomb Richard, cooper, 4 and 14 S. Rodman's wharf, house 8 North 
Luscomb Francis, cooper, house 46 Maxfeld 
Luscomb William, cooper, house 71 Ray, corner North 
Luscomb Samuel, cooper, house 63 Foster 
Luscomb Robert, cooper, 58 Pleasant, corner Hillman 
Luther James M. mason, house North, corner Foster 
Luther Coomer, ropemaker, house 52 Bediord 
Luther Hale, mason, boards 152 Union, corner Fifth 
Lyons Junius, barber, 12 South Water. 
Mackie Andrew, physician, house 61 Purchase 
Mackie James, master ship Maine 

Macomber Leonard &. Son (George Macomber) grocers, 59, house 184 Union 
Macomber Levi, mason, house, 127 Middle 
Macomber Christopher, laborer, house 170 Middle 
Macomber Perry G. mariner, house 62 North 
Macomber Charles, shipwright, house 27 Hillman 
Macomber John, trader, house 87 First, corner Bush 
Macomber Sally, widow, house 3 School 
Macomber John, mariner, house 25 Bush corner Third 
Macomber Andrew C. tanner and currier, house 197 County 
Macomber Cyrus, stone cutter, house 197 County 
Macomber George (L. Macomber fy Son) house 184 Union 
Macomber Charles S. clerk, house 184 Union 
Macomber John A.* 
Madison Roby, c. house rear 11 First 
Magarvey William, mariner, house 42 Bedford 
Maker George W. grocer, 68 Kempton, house 75 Mill, coiner Hill 
Maloy John, laborer, house 29 Elm 

Manchester Humphrey, (Watson fy Manchester) house 152 Union, corner Fifth, 
Manchester Ellery, 2d, laborer, house 123 Middle 
Manchester Edward, laborer, house rear 154 Kempton 
Manchester Otis (Hathaway § Manchester) house 73 Mill 
Manchester Prudence, wife of Norton, house 71 Ray, corner North 



63 DIRECTORY. 

Manchester Isaac, housewright, house 60 First 

Manchester Gilbeit, laborer, house 126 South Second 

Manchester Ellery, laborer, hi use 41 North, corner Pleasant 

Manchester Andrew, blacksmith, works at James Durfee's buards 116 Middle 

Manchester William H. mariner, house 12 South Second 

Mandell James H. shipwright, house 41 Maxfeld, corner Pleasant 

Mandell Thomas, (/. Howland Jr. & Co ) house 49 Fourth, corner Walnut 

Mann Thomas P. rigger, house 55 North Sixth , 

Marble Allen, carpenter, house 116 Third, corner Howland 

Marble Barnard, Jr. ( Clarke fy Marble) 

Marshall Charles H. mariner, house 21 Hillman 

Marshall Edward, boards 59 Mechanic's Kow 

Martin Lemuel, mariner, house 39 Union 

Martin George, sailmaker, boards 17 South Second, works for Cook 4* Hudson 

Martin George P. apprentice to B. & T. Sanford 

Martin Nathaniel H. clerk at 20 South Water 

Mason Willard, block maker, in Jonathan Card's shop, house 11 Bush 

Mason William F. house 230 County 

Matthews James, laborer, house 46 Bedford 

Matthews David, laborer, house 34 Howland 

Maxfeld Caleb, cabinet maker, 130 Union house 81 Maxfeld 

Maxfeld James, master mariner, house 207 Purchase 

Maxfeld William, (7 obey 8? Maxfeld) house 207 Purchase 

Maxfeld Wealthy, widow, house 123 Middle 

Maxfeld Warren, mason, house 116 Kempton 

Maxfeld Susanna, widow, house 1 North, corner North Second 

Maxfeld Benjamin, mason, house 154 Kempton 

Maxfeld Humphrey, cooper, house 2 Maxfeld, corner North Second 

Maxfeld Russell, master mariner, house 80 Maxfeld corner Walden 

Maxfeld (Charles P) & Tripp {Benjamin Jr.) carpenter, 109 Fourth, corner 
Bedford 

Maxfeld Charles P. (Maxfeld & Tripp) house 76 Fifth 

Maxfeld Edmund, mariner, at sea, in Pyrachute 

Maxfeld Patrick, bookbinder, house 1 North, corner North Second 

Maxfeld Ephraim, mason, house 116 Kempton 

May Danforlh C. mariner, house 8 Campbell 

May hew Nathaniel, painter, house 68 Fourth 

Mayhew Julius S. physician, house 31 Third 

May hew Betsey, widow, boarding, 143 Union 

Mc Ellery Cormick,9 Purchase 

Mc Farline Alexander, carpenter, works for O. B. Burgess, 153 Middle 

Mc Farlin Seth, shipwright, house Fish Island 

Mc Intosh George, rigger, house 13 Bethel Court 



DIRECTORY. 69 

Mc Kenzie Daniel, master mariner, house 67 Third 

Mc Kenzie, William, works 149 County 

Mc Koy Abraham, c. mariner, 54 County 

Mc Lesh John, Rev. 85 Purchase 

Meader Jonathan, clerk, 12 North Water, boards 3 Bethel Court 

Meader Phebe, widow, house 27 Third 

Meader James, house 27 Third 

Meader George, cooper, house 88 South Water 

Meader Henry, mariner, house 29 Union 

Merrick Adoniram, housewright, house 119 Purchase, corner Middle 

Merrick Ephraim, tr der, house 153 Middle 

Merrihew Stephen, Sec. Merchants Ins. Co. house 189 Union, corner Eighth 

3Ierrill Edward, master mariner, house 82 South Second 

Merris Antone, mariner, house 35 Allen 

Mellen Richard E. Lieut. Revenue service, house 228 Purchase 

Miller Caleb, master mariner, house 33 Seventh 

Miller David, mariner, house 14 Wing 

Mills James, clerk at 76, boards 143 Union 

Mills Henry, shoes 76 Union, boards 143 Union 

Mingo William, c. cabinet maker, 6 Third, house 169 Elm 

Mores James, rigger, 5 Taber's wharf, J. A. Parker's wharf and Fish Island, 
house 93 Ray 

Morgan Charles W. merchant, counting room Rotch's wharf, house 149 Coun- 
ty head of William 

Morgan Samuel Griffith, 149 County, clerk for C. W. Morgan 

Morgridge John, physician, Thomsonian Botanic Infirmary, 45 North Water 

Morgridge Charles, Rev. house 215 Purchase 

Morrison Thomas, laborer, house 27 School 

Mosher Warren H. rigger, house 68 South Water 

Mosher Holder, boarding house, 82 North Second 

Mosher Jonathan, tool-keeper and grocer, 1 Middle 

Mosher Philip, branch pilot, house 23 School 

IMosher Edward, master ship Hoqua, house 23 School 

Mosher Allen, laborer, house 139 Mid le 

Mosher Elihu, butcher, house 78 High 

Mosher Warren, laborer, house 155 Kempton 

Mosher Lorenzo, house Smith street, 

Mosher Joseph, laborer, house 45 Allen 

Moulton Othniel, mariner, at sea in ship China 

Mudge Enoch, Rev. house 13 Bethel Court 

Munday Nathaniel, tailor, boards 16 Bush, corner South Second, works 13 North 
Second 

Munroe James, Jeweller, 94 Union, house 132 Union 

Munroe Augustus, c. laborer, house 140 North Second 

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70 DIRECTORY. 

Munroe James, mariner, house 78 Elm 

Munroe Susan, widow, house 109 William 

Munro Edward, apothecary, 10 North Water, house 132 Union 

Munroe Mercy Ann, widow, house 167 Kempton 

Munroe William, at sea in ship Herald, boards 90 Elm 

Murdock James M. clerk, 107 Union 

Mynheer Giles F. blacksmith, house 10 Ark Lane. 

Nash Thomas, shipwright, house 104 North Second 

Nash Simeon, housewright, house 73 Elm 

Negus Ellery, cooper, house 270 Purchase 

Negus Isaac, laborer, house 90 South Sixth 

>-e!son Thomas, c. mariner, house 148 North Second 

Nelson Hugh, blacksmith, hous" 153 Elm 

Nelson Peter, c. laborer, house 163 Elm 

Nelson Nathaniel, Jf boarding, house 8 Eighth 

Nelson Francis N clerk, 17 North Second, boards 8 Eighth 

Netclier George, master mariner, house 97 Purchase, corner Charles 

Netcher William, mariner, son of Star, 119 Third 

Netcher Star, watchman, house 119 Third 

Netcher Elizabeth, widow, house 123 Third 

Nevens David, dry goods, 27 North Water, boards 140 Union 

Newhall William, baker, 1 School, house 69 Middle 

Nichols Howard, blacksmith, and brassfounder, 15 and 19 Mechanics Row, house 

59 Elm 
Nicholson Nichols, rigger, house rear 17 North Water 
Nickerson Thomas, house 65 Elm 
Niles Levi, truckman, house 172 Kempton 

Northam {John D.) & Fearing (Noah) ship chandlery, Rotch's wharf 
Northrop Nathan, dry goods, 32 North Water, house 9 Walnut, corner First 
Noyes William R. clerk at 55 Union, boards at 65 South Second 
Nutting William, professor of music, 203 Purchase 

Nye Sylvanus G. grocer, 25 and 31 Union, house 54 Walnut, corner Fifth 
Nye Asa R. (T.&, A. R. Nye J house 81 Elm 

Nye T. & A. R. (Thomas & Asa R.) merchants, counting room 8 Middle 
Nye Thomas Jr. ( T. fy A. R. Nye) house 19 Eighth 
Nye Wiilard (D. R. Greene S? Co) house 27 Seventh, corner School 
Nye Reuben, ( Alfred Gihbs 8? Co.) house 111, Third 
Nye Samuel E clerk, boards 143 Union 
Nye Daniel B. Jr. painter, boards 16 Mili 
Nye Ferdinand G. clerk, 25 Union, boards 54 Walnut, corner Fifth. 

O'Oonnek Pf.tkr, laborer, house rear 46 Bedford 

O'Conner Thomas, mariner, at sea, In ship Sally Ann, house 32 Sixth, eoruer 
Walnut 



DIRECTORY. 71 

Oliver Horatio G. stevedore, house 48 Maxfeld 

Oliver Henry, laborer, house 49 Middle 

Oliver Aberdeen, cordwainer, boards 72 Walden 

Omans Joshua, shipwright, house 56 Ray 

Oraans Elias, blockmaker, with F. Taber, boards 33 Union 

Omans Andrew, 39 Purchase street 

O'Neil John, boarding, opposite 46 Bedford 

Oltiwell (William) & Ellis,/ Mandell) cabinet makers, 39 Purchase 

Ottiwell William, [OttiweU $ Ellis) house 62 William 

Overing Richard G. c. laborer, house 22 North Second. 

Paddlefokd Zephaniah, laborer, house 13 Fourth 

Packard Daniel, mariner, house 82 North Second 

Packard Nancy, widow, house 3 Sear's Court 

Page John H. W. counsellor, office 42 North Water, house 43 Seventh, corner 

Walnut 
Page John L. Botanic physician, office 96 Purchase 
Paine Warden, grocer, 74 Purchase, corner Middle, house 153 Middle 
Paine John B. housewright, house Smith street 
Paine Job, shipwright, boards 17 Mill 
Paine Samuel S. ( West <$• Paine) house 153 Middle 
Palmer Mark B. tinman, 28 Central, house 95 William 
Palmer Joseph, tailor, house 39 Foster, corner Mill 
Palmer John W. house 72 Foster, corner Maxfeld 
Palmer Richard A. (Palmer ^ Coggeshall) house 37 School 
Palmer (Richard A.) & Coggeshall (Samzd B.) merchants, 33 Orange 
Pancoast Walter, varnisher, works 115 Purchase 

Parker Jacob, hardware and powder, 15 Central, house 109 North Second 
Parker Frederick (John A. Parker fy So?i) house 66 Purchase, corner Elro 
Parker Elisha, grocer, 100 Purchase, corner High, house 48 Hi"-h 
Parker Henry W. cordwainer, house 177 Purchase 
Parker Parrot, widow, house 82 Middle 
Parker John, mariner, house 82 Middle 
Parker John A. & Son, (Frederick Parker J merchants, counting room 7 Middle 

house 246 County, corner Willis 
Parker William C. grocer, 86 Purchase, boards 63 Charles 
Parker Stephen, housewright, house 57 Summer 
Parker Thomas, grocer, shop and house 78 North Water 
Parker Avery F. at sea 

Parker William G. grocer, 86 Purchase, boards 63 Charles 
Parkhurst Jared, Jr. (.4 Barker & Co.) house 57 School, corner Fourth 
Parkhurst John, trader, house 42 South Sixth 
Parks Samuel, house 20 South Water 
Parlow Ebeuezer, laborer, house 19 Walnut, corner South Second 



72 DIRECTORY. 

Parlow Nathaniel, son of Ebenezer, at 6ea 

Parlovv Ruth, house 78 South Second 

Parmenter Jonathan C. printer, Mercury Office, house 19 Walnut, corner Soukfe 

Second 
Parsons Phineas S.* 

Parsons Charles, cordwainer, house 141 Middle 
Paul John, boarding, house 20 South Water 

Pay son (Daniel E.) & Hurd {John W.) dry goods, 15 South Second 
Payson Daniel E. (Payson fy Hurd) house 70 Third 
Pease Abner, master mariner, house 27 How land 
Pease Zephaniah, housevvright, house 142 First 
Pease Rodney, grocer, house and store 1G9 County 
Pease Daniel, blacksmith, house 212 County 
Peck Billings, shipwright, 6 Pearl 
Peck John A. cooper, works Fish Island 
Peckham Richard T. blockmaker, with Peckham & Clark 
Peckham David S. cooper, at sea 

Peckham Arnold, blockmaker (Peckham fy Clark) house 51 South Water 
Peckham Leonard S. caulker, house 58 North 

Peckham , widow, house 46 Hill 

Peckham Stephen, laborer, County street, with John C. Haskell 

Peckham (Arnold) & Clark (Joseph) blockmakers, 4 Hazzard's wharf 

Peirce Seabury, cooper, house 98 Third 

Peirce Asa, cooper, 72 First, house 90 South Second 

Peirce Bradford S. mason, house 93 Fourth, corner Russell 

Peirce Charles M. mason, house 75 Elm 

Peirce Ellery, cooper, house 248 Purchase 

Peirce Bradford, carpenter, 71 Mechanics Row, house 149 Middle 

Peirce Martin, mason 159 Middle 

Peirce Jabez, mariner, house 172 Kempton 

Peirce Philip, shipwright, house 63 Mill 

Peirce David R. housewright, house 83 Maxfeld 

Peirce Otis N. housewright, house 55 North Sixth 

Peirce Thomas, shipwright, house 65 Foster 

Peirce Abraham, housewright, house 33 Pleasant, corner Mill 

Peirce Samuel, shipwright, house 56 Cushing street 

Peirce Clothier, cooper, house and shop 143 First j 

Peirce James L. mason, house 145 South Water 

Peirce David, cooper, house 24 Bedford 

Peirce Clarke, sail maker, boards 3 Bethel Court 

Peirce Abraham, Jr. at sea in ship Triton 

Peirce Frederick S. inquire of Franklin Jenney 

Peirce George W T . mariner, boards 47 South Second 



DIRECTORY. 73 

Peirce Benjamin, tailor, 99 Union, house 209 Purchase 

Peirce Oliver G. blacksmith, works 140, boards 153 Middle 

Peirce Philip A. 16 South Water 

Peirce Jonathan, Mill street 

Peirce Richard, Arnold street 

Peisler William, blacksmith, house 36 Maxfeld 

Pell Jabish J. at sea from Fall River, boards at Gilbert Taber's, South of Rod- 
man Farm 

Pemberton John, c. mariner, house 8 or 9 Ark Lane 

Pendleton John, laborer, house rear 17 Howland 

Peneton Solomon, c. mariner, house 10 Ark Lane 

Penniman Bethuel, butcher, house 10 South Second 

Pent Francis, cabinetmaker, house 42 Foster 

Perkins John, importer and manufacturer of paper hangings, 141 Union, house 
51 Fourth, corner Walnut 

Perkins Sampson, housewright, 23 North, house 142 Purchase 

Perkins Barnabas S. [N. Leonard & Co.] boards 99 Fourth 

Perry Jireh, merchant, counting room 11 Middle, house 175 Union 

Perry Loama, house 146 North Second 

Perry Franklin, boards 96 Elm 

Perry George, grocer, 90 and 92 Purchase, house 65 Walden 

Perry Samuel H. blacksmith, house 133 Middle 

Perry Jacob, Rev. c. house 207 Middle 

Perry Nathaniel, shipwright, house 88 Ray, corner Hillman 

Perry Daniel, Jr. candle manufacturer, house 10 Bethel Court 

Perry John, laborer, house 68 County 

Perry George W. laborer, house 47 Wing 

Perry Edward W.* 

Perry William B. master ship South Carolina, boards 91 North Water 

Pert Daniel, baker, house 38 South Water 

Peterson John, laborer, house 224 Middle 

Philander Ambrose* 

Phillips George B. trader, 11 Market Square, house 14 Third 

Phillips Eleazer, trader, house 252 Purchase 

Phillips Allen D. house 252 Purchase 

Phillips William, commission merchant, 15 Middle, house 39 High 

Phillips Allen, clerk for William, boards 39 High 

Pickens James, laborer, house 260 Purchase 

Pilere Richard, house Arnold street 

Piper William, laborer, c. house 87 South Sixth 

Pitman Benjamin, jeweller, shop 80, house 78 Union 

Pitman William R. jeweller. 68 Union, house 8 Bethel Court 

Place Thomas, mariner, house 121 South Second 



74 DIRECTORY. 

Place Henry, laborer, house 121 South Second 

Plummer James M. laborer, house 210 Purchase 

Polly Jacob, rigger, house 1 Walnut, corner South Water 

Polly Samuel, house 1 Walnut, corner South Water 

Polly Spencer, rigger, house 89 South Sixth 

Pool Abraham, stage driver, house 25 Spring 

Pool Major, laborer, house 258 Purchase 

Poor Gates E. clerk, boards 16 South Water 

Pope Edward, constable, house Pope's Island 

Pope J. George W. bookseller, 1 Cheapside 

Post Richard, mariner, house 18 Fifth 

Post Francis, master mariner, house 18 Fifth 

Potter Shubael* 

Potter Southard, shipwright, house 133 Purchase, corner North 

Potter Mary, widow of Stephen, house 133 Purchase, corner North 

Potter John B saddler, house 74 Middle 

Potter Stephen N. master mariner, house 41 High 

Potter Jonathan, laborer, house 120 Kempton 

Potter Ezra, housewright^ house 1G2 Kempton 

Potter Pardon, 2d,housewright, house 45 North 

Potter Benjamin II. harness maker, house 62 North 

Potter Daniel, cooper, house 49 Hillman, corner Foster 

Potter Pardon, shipwright, house 71 Walden 

Potter Pardon, Jr. {Potter, Hillman 8f Co.) house 71. Walden 

Potter Peleg (Potter, Hillman fy Co.) house 82 Walden 

Potter Asa, laborer, house 59 Summer 

Potter {Peleg) Hillman {Henry) & Co. {Pardon Potter, Jr.) painters, 72 North 

Water 
Potter Gardner, laborer, house 55 County 
Potter Lyman G. housewright, boards 31 Hillman 
Potter Edward, mariner, at sea in ship Canton 
Potter Isaiah, caulker, son of Southard, 133 Purchase, corner North 
Potter William, clerk 1 I. & G. Howland's wharf, boards 35 South Second 
Potter Thurston, 104 North Second 
Potter William K. at sea 

Potter George, cooper, works with D. Chase, boards 29 Union 
Powell William P. c. blacksmith 

Pratt William H. cordwainer, 23 Union, boards 70 Kempton 
Pratt Andrew, shipwright, house 7 North 
Pray Edward, shoes, 18 North Water, boards 17 South Water 
Prescott Oliver, Judge of Probate and Counsellor, office 15 North Water 
Price Simeon, master mariner, house 200 Purchase 
Price Benjamin, master mariner, house 76 Ray 



DIRECTORY. ^5 

Price John, captain, house 17 South Sixth 

Proctor William, cooper, house 76 Middle 

Proud James D. mason, house 137 Purchase, corner North 

Pruden Newton, cooper, house 148 Kempton 

Purrington Nathaniel, blacksmith, boards 142 Purchase 

Quin Roeert, c. mariner, house 209 Middle 

Ramsten Oliver, laborer, house 6 Pearl street 

Rand Richard, in G. Howland's ship Hope 

Randell Jerusha, widow, house 29 Walnut, corner Third 

Randell George, merchant, counting room Fish Island, house 67 Walnut, corner 

Sixth 
Randell Richard, cooper, house 42 Kempton 
Raymond George, laborer, inquire of David Coffin 
Raymond William H. master of ship Abigail, house 78 Fifth 
Read Abner, mason, boards 76 Middle 

Read Charles L. hatter, with C. Hooper & Co. boards 4 S. Water, cor. I 
Read Nathan, laborer, house 100 South Second 

Read Sally, widow of Frederick, house 166 Union, eorner South Sixth 
Read Alexander, physician, house 197 Union, corner County 
Read William, printer, 6 North Water, house 25 Kempton 
Read Williams, yeoman and constable, house 129 Elm 
Read Erastus B. housewright, 194 Middle 
Read William, wheelwright, house 148 Kempton 
Read Frederick A. mariner, house 15 Maxfeld, corner Ray 
Read James, laborer, house 126 South Second 
Read Isaac, laborer, house Smith street 
Read William II. mariner, in ship Braganza 
Read xMinot, laborer, house 166 Union, corner Sixth 
Records Ellery, shipwright, house 96 Maxfeld, corner County 
Remington John, mariner, c. house 44 Howland 

Remington David G. mariner, at sea 

Remington Ellery* 1 

Rexford Charles W. fitting office, 15 Soath Second 

Reynolds Joseph* 

Rice John, grocer, 220 Purchase 

Richards Silas N. wheelwright, 20 Fourth, house 53 Elm 

Richardson Richard P. c. mariner, house 152 Purchase 

Richardson Sharon, rigger, house 36 Middle 

Richardson Charles James, mariner, gone to the straits 

Hichardson Isaac M. trader, house 94 Ray 

Richardson John M.* 



76 DIRECTORY. 

R'chmond Nathaniel, tailor, works 27 North Water, boards 86 Fourth 

Richmond Freeman, mariner, house 109 North Second 

Richmond Anthony D. brass founder, 103 North Water, house 24 High 

Richmond Gideon ( Wilcox fy Richmond) house 36 High 

Richmond George, laborer or trader, 197 Middle, house 51 Summer, corner 

Middle 
Richmond Joshua, dry goods, 31 North Water, house 56 Fifth 
Richmond George H. master mariner or bra s founder, house 35 School, corner 

South Second 
Richmond John C. lumber, opposite 65 South Water, house 172 Purchase 
Richmond Sarah, widow, house rear 24 Union 
Ricketson Charles W. minor, at Lothrop & Allen's 5 Middle 
Ricketson Samuel G. tailor, house 50 Third 
Ricketson Joseph, merchant, house 179 Union 
Ricketson Barton & Co. [Charles Wood and others) foundry, 111 Fourth, corner 

Bedford, store 31 Central 
Ricketson Daniel, house 109 Elm 

Ricketson Henry G. (Charles Ricketson <$• Son) house 37 Mill 
Ricketson Charles & Son (Henry G. Ricketson) merchant tailors, 7 North 

Water, house 57 Fifth 
Ricketson Joseph, 2d, master mariner, house 9 Bush 
Ricketson Benjamin T. (Tobey Sf Ricketson) house opposite 1 Cheapside 
Ricketson John H. son of Charles, at sea in ship Trident 
Ricketson Joseph, Jr. 179 Union 
Riddell Thomas & Sons [Thomas R. Dix, Samuel G. Stevenson] merchants, 

7 and 8 George Howland's wharf, house 198 Union, corner County 
Rider Ebenezer, spar maker, 118, house 116 South Water 
Rider Elizabeth, widow, hou^e 114 South Second 
Riley Polly, widow, house 145 South Water 
Riley Patrick, laborer, house 84 North Water 

Ripley Henry, mariner, at sea in ship Geo. Howland, house 135 Middle 
Ripley Bezer, 17 South Water 

Ripley [Daniel] & Cundell f Joseph] livery stable, 26 Elm 
Ripley Daniel [Ripley 4* Cundell] house 89 Elm 
Roberts David, laborer, house 79 Elm 
Ptoberts James A. Rev. house 91 County 
Robertson Peter, 20 North Water 
Robeson Andrew, merchant, counting room, 58 North Water, house 41 North 

Second 
Robeson Thomas R. merchant, house 87 Spring 
Robeson William R. 41 North Second 
Robbins Rachel, widow, house 127 Middle 
Robinson Thomas, c. restorative, 149 Union, 



DIRECTORY. 77 

Robinson Henry, shipwright, house 9G Ray 

Robinson Happy, widow, house 59 Mechanic's Row 

Robinson Edward M. (I. Howland, Jr. 8p Co.) house 107 Pleasant 

Robinson Fanny, milliner, 11 Cheapside 

Rodman Benjamin, merchant, house 174 Union 

Rodman Samuel, Jr. merchant, house 92 Spring, counting room S. Rodman's 

wharf 
Rodman William R. merchant, counting room 3 Rodman, house 104 County 

corner Cherry 
Rodman Elizabeth, widow of Samuel, house 42 North Second 
Rodman James W.* 

Rogers Nathaniel, barber, 61 I'nion, house 57 Elm 
Rogers Joseph B. cabinet maker, house 39 Hillman, corner Pleasant 
Rogers William P. son of Nathaniel, painter, boards 57 Elm 
Rogers Joel, laborer, at Abraham Russell's, Union street 
Rogers Amos* 

Rome Scipio, c. laborer, house 63 Fourth 
Root Marshall, mariner, house 52 North Second (ship Hector/ 
Ross Benjamin, c. mariner, house 212 Middle 
Rotch Mary, house 87 Union, corner North Second 
Rotch Joseph, merchant, silk factory 73, counting room 78 Mechanics Row, 

house 129 William 
Rotch Nancy, widow, house 65 Walnut, corner South Sixth 
Rotch William, Jr. house 110 County, corner Bush 
Rotch William R. & Co. (Joseph R. Anthontj) counting room, Rotch'* s wharf, 

house 119 County, head Walnut 
Ruggles John, shipwright, house Mill, corner Ray 
Rumrill Joseph R. painter, house 21 South Second 
Rumrill Charles, laborer, 21 Howland 

Russell Holder, dry goods, 19 North Water, house 62 South Second 
Russell William, house 40 South Water 
Russell Jonathan, painter, 21 Union, house 50 Fifth 
Russell Abigail, widow of William, Jr. house 132 Union 
Russell Perry, house 85 Elm 
Russell Seth, house 75 Middle 
Russell Charles, 2d, painter, house 169 Middle 
Russell William, laborer, house 187 Middle 
Russell John T. laborer, house 159 Kempton 
Russell Abraham, 2d, master mariner, house 108 Ray 
Russell Otis, boarding house, 20 North Water, 
Russell Isaac, boarding, 6 F rst 

Russell Humphrey, yeoman, house 13 South Sixth, corner Spring 
Russell Lydia, widow, house 61 South Sixth 

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O DIRECTORY. 

Russell William T. merchant, counting room Rotch's wharf, house G8 Russell 

Russell William O. shipping office, house 151 South Water, corner South 

Russell Reuben, gauger and cooper, house Prospect street 

Russell Elihu, Jr. master mariner, house 50 County 

Russell Charles, house 211 Purchase 

Russell Mehitable E. widow, house 24 Bush, corner Third 

Russell Abraham, house Union, west of County 

Russell Wing, 2d, laborer, works at John Howland, Jr.'s 

Russell Henry, painter, house 40 South Water 

Russell James, son of William, 187 Middle, at sea in ship Maine, F. H. 

jjussell Frederick W. boat builder, with William Coffin 

Russell Sclh, Jr. 55 Purchase 

Russell Edward, mariner, 187 Middle, at sea 

Russell John, son of Perry, clerk 2 North Water, corner Union, boards 85 Elnn 

Rye John, mariner, house 4G Bedford 

Sabin Holder, blacksmith, works 7 Mechanics Row, boards 75 Maxfeld 

Sampson Ruth, widow, boarding, house 120 Union 

Sampson Issacher, house aright, house 27 Elm 

Sampson Isaac, c. fruit, house 83 Elm 

Sampson Moses, master mariner, house 27 Walnut 

Sampson Amy, widow, house 28 Third 

Sampson SilsLvy, clerk 49 Purchase, corner William, boards 120 Union, corner 

Third 
Sanderson Sarah, c. house 23 First 
Sanford Ray Greene, master mariner, house 18 Third 
Sanford Benjamin T. (B.Sf T. Sanford) house 42 Mill, corner Pleasa-it 
Sanford B. & T. (Benjamin 7'. fy Thomas) painters, 24 Central street 
Sanford Caleb T. shipwright, house Smith street 
Sanford Charles, sail maker, house 53 First 
Sanford Thomas (B. <$■ T. Sanford) house 157 Middle 
Sanford Squire, master mariner, house 51 Kempton 
Sanford Edwin, cooper, house 77 North Water, corner Elm 
Sawyer John, blacksmith, house 72 Walden 

Sawyer A , milliner, G9 Fourth 

Sawyer Gideon T. mason, house 48 North, corner Foster 
Sawyer (Benjamin K.) & Denham (Tillson B.) bakers, 34 South Water 
Sayer Benjamin K. ( Saijer fy Denham) house 39 South Water, corner School 
Scarlett James, rigger, house 89 North Second, comer Kempton 
Scott Paul, mariner, house 46 Bedford 

Seabury Joseph {Seabury Sf Jossehjn) boards at 97 Hillman, corner Summer 
.^eabury Alexander H merchant, 3, 4, 5 and 6 Geo. Howl and's wharf, house 99 
Hillman, corner Summer 



DIRECTORY. 79 

Seabury William, master mariner, house 16 Bush 

Seabury Pardon G. house 40 Walnut, corner Fourth 

Seabury Charles, cierk, boards 59 Elm 

Seabury Mary, house 50 Elm 

Seabury (Joseph) &, Josselyn (Harvey) dry goods, 112 Union 

Seabury O. &, E. W. (Otis fy Edward W.) dry goods, 13 North Second, house 

16 Rush 
Seareil Charles, gardener, Arnold street 
Searell Charles, rigger, house 64- North, corner Hill 
Sears Marshall G. housevvright, house 36 Spring 
Sears Wiilard, tanner and currier, house 7 Sears' Court 
Severance Rufus, cooper, house 153 Kempton, at sea in ship Fenelon 
Sharper Rebecca, c. house 80 North Second 
Shaw Albert, housewright. boards 76 Middle 
Shaw Humphre}', cooper, 127, house 129 North Second 
Shaw Job, cooper, house 129 North Second 
Shaw Sophia, widow, house 11 Elm 
Shaw Frederick P. grocer, 129 Purchase 
Shaw Elizabeth, widow, house 1.96 Purchase 
Shaw Wiilard, shipwright, house 56 Summer 
Shaw John W. merchant, 27 Orange street, boards 87 Union 
Shepherd Abner, house 100 County 
Shepherd Caleb G. master mariner, house 91 Charles 
Shepherd James, master mariner, house 91 Charle3 
Shepherd David, master mariner, house 95 Charles 
Shepherd Moses, laborer, c. house 165 Elm 
Shepherd Nathaniel, jeweller, 29 Purchase, house 92 Third 
Sherman Abraham, 2d, housewright, house 38 Foster, corner Mill 
Sherman Warren, cooper* 
Sherman Philip, mate sloop Helen 
Sherman Kempton, house 78 South Second 

Sherman George W. constable and watchman, house 6 South Seeond 
Sherman Seth, laborer, house 92 Third 
Sherman Anthony, laborer, house 38 South Water 
Sherman Joshua, carpenter, house 55 Middle 
Sherman Reuben, stevedore, house 32 Hillman 
Sherman Henry P. mariner, house 19 Maxfeld 
Sherman Nathan, laborer, house rear 17 Howland 
Sherman Thurston, painter, house 25 Howland 
Sherman Ichabod, blacksmith, house 92 County 
Sherman Henry W. rope maker, house 92 County 
Sherman Job, laborer, house 22 Wing 
Sherman Sampson, laborer, house 22 Wing 



80 DIRECTORY. 

Sherman Abraham, Jr. boards at 50 Fourth, corner Walnut 

Sherman Silas Cook, laborer, house rear 154 Kempton 

Sherman Henry, mariner, at sea 

Sherman Charles P. housewright, boards 24 z chool 

Shiverick Joseph R. assessor, house 142 Count) 

Shiverick Clement F. son of Joseph R. clerk at 108 Union, boards 142 County 

Shockley Joseph, shipwright, works in town, lives in Middleborough 

Silvester David, auctioneer, office 11 North Water, house 84 Fourth 

Simmons William H.* 

Simmons Samuel, laborer, boards 156 Elm 

Simmons Amos, grocer, 115 North Second, house 2 North, corner N. Second 

Simmons Betsey, widow, house 182 Purchase 

Simmons Biownell, cooper, house 145 Middle 

Simmons Charles, laborer, c. house 205 Middle 

Simmons Isaac, c. laborer, house 71 Ray, corner North 

Simmons Arphaxed, housewright, house 38 Foster, corner Mill 

Simmons George, laborer, house 40 County 

Simmons Orrin (Benson § Simmons) 

Simpson George, 13 North Second, boards 16 Bush 

Sisson George, crockery ware, 4 Cheapside, house 67 Mechanic's Row 

Sisson William M. clerk in Marine Bank, boards at 25 Bush 

Sisson John, laborer, house 17 Morgan's Row 

Sisson Job ; mariner, son of John 

Sisson William mariner, son of John 

Skeift* William, blacksmith, house 32 Hillman 

Slocum Oliver, cabinet maker, 15 Elm street 

Slocum Rounsville, house 63 South Secoad 

Slocum Edward,* 

Slocum George, mariner, house 25 Howland 

Slocum Christopher, housewright, house 6 Bush 

Slocum Fitzgerald, laborer, house 143 Middle 

Slocum , widow, house 211 Purchase 

Slocum Lyman* 

Smith Robert, tin plate worker, house 35 Pleasant 
Smith Levi R. in ship Maria, house 212 County 
Smith William H. sailmaker, at sea in Bark Roscoe 
Smith William, c. at ^ea in Bark Columbus 

Smith Francis, c. at sea in ship Commodore Rogers T. & A. R. Nye 

Smith Alphonso, (Topham fy Smith) boards 89 First 

Smith Lorenzo, housewright, boards 25 School 

Smith Oliver, boards 70 North Second 

Smith Amos* 

Smith Jonathan; (Butts $ Smith) house 126 Purchase 



DIRECTORY. SI 

Smith Horatio, baker, shop 67, house 69 Middle 

Smith Isaac, Rev. house 187 Middle 

Smith Tamsey, widow, boarding', house 63 Charles 

Smith John R. L. master mariner, house 63 Charles 

Smith Barnabas, mariner, boards at 63 Charles 

Smith Arvin, shipwright, house 72 Kempton 

Smith Henry W. housewright, house 72 Kempton 

Smith Jonathan, laborer, house 166 Kempton 

Smith Edward, laborer, house 15 North 

Smith John N. mariner, house 68 William 

Smi'h Robert, tinman, house 35 Pleasant 

Smith Shubael, ship joiner, house 60 Cushing 

Smith Henry M. carver. 48 North Second, house 60 Thomas 

Smith Alidah, widow, house 19 Bush 

Smith Henry B. laborer, house 135 South Water 

Smith Robert S. Secretary Mechanic's Insurance office, house 133 County, head 

Spring 
Smith Shubael D. cooper, house 162 County 
Smith Joseph, constable, house 27 Union 
Smith Job, house 82 Fourth 
Smith James L. at sea in ship Ceres 
Smith Dennis, son of Howard 
Snell Ellery T. blacksmith, house 33 Purchase 

Snell Alden G. blacksmith, 5 S. Rodman's wharf, house 142 Purchase 
Snell Sylvester, fruit, 65 Union, house 59 Mechanic's Row 
Snow Freeman, in ship Fenelon, boards 65 South Water 
Snow Nathaniel, house 65 South Water 

Snow , widow, milliner, house 136 Purchase corner North 

Snow Sylvanus, master mariner, house 39 South Second 

Snow Loam {Cook & Snoiv) house 109 Middle 

Southgato Samuel, dry goods, 106 Union 

Southward Leonard, laborer, house Fish Island 

Southwick Henry W. cooper, 40 North Sixth, house 74 Elm 

Sowle Seabury, cabinet maker,* 

Sowle Nathaniel* 

Sowle John, cabinet maker, 115 Purchase, house 14 Mill 

Sowle Jo>eph, painter, house 6 Bush 

Sowle John A. laborer, house 17 Howland 

Sowle Stephen, laborer, house 19 Howland 

Powie Elisha, laborer, house 21 Howland 

Sowle Seabury, ship carpenter, minor, boards 88 Purchase 

Spaulding Horace, instructor, house 94 Elm 

i^pear John M. Rev. house 233 County 

6* 



82 DIRECTORY. 

Spicer Samuel, housewright, house 86 Elm 

Spooner Richard C. G. tinman, works 38 and 42 Union, boards 65 Maxfeld 

Spooner Samuel* 

Spoonei Azariah, cooper, 14 Elm, house 97 South Water 

Spooner Benjamin F. shipwright, house 127 Middle 

Spooner Caleb, cooper, house 40 North, corner Pleasant 

Spooner Joseph, master mariner, house 83 Hillman, corner County 

Spooner William J. painter, 98 North Water, house 55 Maxfeld 

Spooner Stephen, shipwright, house 65 Maxfeld 

Spooner Wing, cooper, house 71 Pleasant 

Spooner Paul, physician, house 77 Spring 

Spooner Benjamin W. laborer, house 35 Allen 

Spooner Nathaniels, police justice, office 104 Union 

Spooner Gideon B. mariner, son of Caleb, 40 North, corner Pleasant 

Spooner Samuel R. son of Joseph, 83 Hillman, corner County 

Springer John, farmer, house 69 Walden 

Stackhouse Isuac N. mariner, house 63 South Second 

Stall Samuel. Jr. chaise maker, 36 Elm, house 136 Purchase, corner North 

Stall John, tailor, house 46 Hill street 

Blandish John A. merchant, 9 and 11 Union, house 20 South Sixth, corner School 

Blandish Levi, merchant, house 20 South Sixth, corner School 

Staples Calvin, surveyor of highways, house 91 Maxfeld, corner Thomas 

Slap'ts James M. trader, 58 South Water, house 91 Maxfeld, corner Thomas 

Staunton Giles G. cooper, house 13 Morgan's Row 

Steele Ruth, widow, house 68 South Water 

Stephens Josiah, laborer, house 63 Hillman 

.Stephens llobert, chouse Orange street 

Stevenson Samuel G. {Thomas Riddell & Sons) house 198 Union, cor. County 

Stetson Ira, cordwainer, house 129 South Second 

Stetson Nathaniel, cooper, house 75 Purchase, corner Middle 

Stetson Edward, gunsmith, 26, house 18 Purchase 

Stimpson George R. sadmaker, house 92 County 

Stoddard Bela J. at sea, inquire of J. G. Easton 

Stoddard Isaac N. principal of Academy, boards 8 Eighth 

Stone Alonzo, shipwright, house 45 Hillman 

Stowell William H. merchant, counting room Coffin's wharf, house 79 South 

Water 
Stowell George W. cauiker, house 63 North Second, corner Middle 
Stowell Pamelia, widow / house 118 Purchase 

Stowell Phebe, widow of Joseph, house 57 Kempton, corner Foster 
Stowell Joseph, caulker, house 57 Kempton, corner Foster 
Stubbs James, h use 177 Purchase 



DIRECTORY 83 

Studley Samuel, clerk of the market, house 59 County 

Sturtevant William,* 

Sturtevant Lorenzo, truckman, house 174 Purchase 

Sturtevant Zechariah, saddle and harness maker, 84 Purchase, house 91 Max- 

feld, corner Thomas 
Sullings Abbe}' H. widow of David, house 65 South Second 
Sullivan Daniel, laborer, c. house 209 Middle 

Sullivan Florence, brassfonnder, house 105 North Water, corner Middle 
Swain William, mariner, house 127 Ray 

Swain William W. merchant, counting room 17 Middle, house 107 County 
Swain Joseph, mariner, house 20 School 
Swain Robert C. son of Ann, house 127 Ray 
Swain Moses, house 20 School 

Swain Sarah, widow, boarding house, 9 Walnut 

Swain Ann, widow, house 127 Ray 

Swain Frank, boat builder, 129, house 127 Ray 

Swain Oliver, shoes, 82 Union, house 70 Fourth 

Swain Benjamin, Jr. house of refreshment, 15, house 13 Third 

Swan Walter D. blockmaker, house 35 Middle 

Swift Hallett, master of sloop Levant, house 89 North Second 

Swift Stephen, laborer, boards 99 North Second 

Swift Arnold, cooper, 92, boards 94 South Second 

Swift Jonathan* 

Swift Job, house 55 Middle, corner North Second 

Swift William, grocer, 134 Purchase, corner North, house 143 Purchase 

Swift Charles D. trader, store 53, house 51 Middle 

Swift Benjamin, turner, 19, house 17 Mill 

Swift Silas, cabinet maker, son of Benjamin, 17 Mill 

Swift Jesse, cordwainer, house 4 Bethel Court 

Swift Reuben, master mariner, house 12 Sixth, corner Spring 

Swift Thomas W. blockmaker, house 11 Bush 

Swift Richard, laborer, house 54 Bedford 

Swift James, turner, house 5 Sears' Court 

Swift James, Jr. at sea, boards 5 Sears' Court 

Swift Rodolphus N. m -ster of Lancaster, son of Reuben, 12 Sixth, corner Spring 

Swift Obed N. master of Nautilus, son of Reuben, 12 Sixth 

Swift William C. N . mariner, son of Reuben, 12 Sixth 

Swift Franklin R. mariner, son of Reuben, 12 Sixth 

Swift Edward A. son of Jamt s, 5 Sears' Court 

Sylvia George, laborer, house 65 Middle 

Taef.r Barnabas, house 57 Third 

Taber William B. innholder, 14 an : 16 South Water 



84 DIRECTORY. 

Taber Stephen W. housewrighl and constable, 37 Bush, house 37 S. Water 

Taber Jonathan, rigger, house 88 South Water 

Taber Thomas R. block maker, boards 31 Walnut 

Taber Asa, cordvvainer, 23 Union, house 70 Kempton 

Taber William C. book store, 45 Union, house 50 Fourth, corner Walnut 

Taber Francis, Jr. hardware, 111 Union, house 83 Fourth 

Taber Joseph, block maker, house 81 Fourth 

Taber Isaac C. clerk in Merchants' Bank, house 75 Fourth 

Taber (Gamaliel) & Tobey (Charles C. P.) cabinet makers, 48 North Second 

Taber Gamaliel ( Taber <$• Tobey) house 42 Foster 

Taber John M. tool maker, 20, house 84 Elm 

Taber Allen, tool maker, 20, house 84 Elm 

Taber Mary, widow of Nathan, house 31 Elm 

Taber Stephen, house 70 Third 

Taber Timothy (Benjamin B. CorellSz, Co.) boards 84 Elm 

Taber Leonard, cordwainer, 99 Middle, house 72 Walden 

Taber John, house wright, house 148 Kempton 

Taber Clarinda, widow, house 66 Mill 

Taber Gifford, carpenter, house 67 Mill 

Taber John B. rigger, house 69 Mill 

Taber Gibbs ( Taber & Underwood) house 38 Maxfeld 

Taber , widow, house 157 Ray, corner Willis 

Taber Abbey, wife of Jonathan, house 22 First 

Taber Archelaus, housewright, 19, house 44 Spring, corner Fifth 

Taber Francis, block maker, 13 Orange, house 31 Walnut, corner Third 

Taber Henry, merchant, 11 Central wharf, house 50 Walnut 

Taber Prince L. blacksmith, house 60 Thomas street 

Taber Robert H. (Clarke & Taber) 44 Union, corner South Water 

Taber Henry, 2d, at sea in Balena 

Taber John, Jr.* 

Taber Henry B. mariner, 31 Elm, son of Nathan 

Taber Philip, mason, boards 63 Mill 

Taber John boat builder, house 88 South Water 

Taber Barton* 

Taber Charles II.* 

Talbot Phebe, c. widow, house 15 First 

Tallman Charles, trader, house 127 Third 

Tallman William, house 1 South Second, corner Union 

Tallman William, Jr. mariner, house 8 Bethel Court 

Tallman Elkenah, yeoman, house 77 Walnut, corner Seventh 

Tallman Seth, yeoman, house 33 Fifth 

Tallman Joseph R. son of William, at sea in ship India 

Tallman Wiliiam B. son of Seth, house 33 Fifth 






DIRECTORY. 



65 



Tallman Timothy, 77 Walnut, corner Seventh 

Tappan George, crockery ware, 113 Union, house 7 Fifth 

Tarr Eliza, house 105 Fourth 

Tasker Thomas* 

Taylor Mary, boarding house, 9 South Second 

Taylor John, stone cutter, 77 William, housa 159 Middle 

Taylor William H. carpenter, house 126 Kempton 

Taylor William H. deputy collector, house 6 Bethel Court, officer Custom House 

Taylor Richard, rigger, house 12 Ark Lane 

Temple Lewis, c. blacksmith, Coffin's wharf, house 42 Bedford 

Tew George & L. [George C. 4* Latham T.] brass founders, 23, house 64 Me- 
chanics Row 

Tew Joseph C. house rear 130 Ray 

Thacher Laban, grocer, 189 Purchase 

Thaxter Caleb, master mariner, house 69 Third 

Thomas , boarding house, 63 North Second, corner Middle 

Thomas Abraham, c. laborer, house 56 North 

Thomas Samuel, c. mariner, house 64 Mechanics Row 

Thomas Jacob / laborer, house near 231 Middle 

Thomas Joseph, mariner, house 119 Third 

Thomas Davis, house 92 Third 

Thompkins Silas, physician, boards 3 Bethel Court 

Thompkins Charity, widow, house 74 Elm 

Thompkins Christopher, Deputy Sheriff, office 104 Union 

Thompson James D. Major General, office 88, boards at 133 Union 

Thompson Urania, widow, house 103 North Second 

Thompson Mary, c. house 123 Middle 

Thompson Benjamin, carriage painter, house 74, Mill, corner Hill 

Thompson Asa, blacksmith 75 William, house 169 County 

Thompson John H. ( Gifford & Thompson) house 60 Ray 

Thompson Daniel, c. labourer, house 46 Bedford 

Thompson John, miller, house rear 27 County 

Thornton John R. apothecary, 67 Union, house 19 Seventh 

Thornton Elisha, apothecary, 64 North Second, corner Middle, house 20 Seventh 

Thornton Elisha Jr. apothecary with Edmund Munro 

Thornton Gilbert R. merchant, counting room 7 Middle 

Thornton James, boards at 8 Eighth 

Thresher Betsey, house 26 Maxfeld, corner Purchase 

Thresher Edwin, grocer, 82 North Water, house 42 Middle 

Thurston William B. dry goods 98 Union, boards at 8 Eighth 

Tidman Paul, rigger, boards 76 Ray street 

Tilden Niles, cigar manufacturer, 24 Union, house 54 Middle 

Tillinghast Joseph S. agent of Fire Insurance Companies, office 99 Union, house 
26 Walnut 



86 DIRECTORY. 

Tillinghast Pardon, merchant, counting room 11 Middle 

Tilton James, rigger, house 6 Willis 

Tilton Alexander J. at sea, son of James, 6 Willis 

Tirrell Ebenezer, Jr. saddle and harness maker, 5 North Second, house 69 

Charles 
Titman Paul, rigger, house 76 Ray 
Titus Aaron, c. house J. A. Parker's wharf 

Tobey S. & C. S. (Samuel & Caleb S.) dry goods, 36 North Water 
Tobey Caleb S. (S. & C. S. Tobey) house 69 Third 
Tobey Hannah N. widow, house 68 South Water 
Tobey William C. house 137 Union, comer Purchase 
Tobey Charles C. P. (Taber & Tobey) house 77 Purchase 
Tobey Lemuel, surveyor of lumber, house 125 Middle 
Tobey Rodolphus, at sea in ship William Rotch 

Tobey A polios, magistrate, house 43 Spring, corner Fifth, office 56 North Water 
Tobey Samuel, (S. & C. 8. Tobey) house 51 First 
Tobey George, master mariner, house 43 Spring, corner Fifth 
Tobey Rebecca, widow, house 43 Spring, corner Fifth 

Tobey Franklin, ( Tobey & Ricketson) boards at 71 South street, corner County 
Tobey (Thomas) & Maxfeld ( William) painters 5 Central wharf 
Tobey (Franklin) & Ricketson (Be?ija?ni?i T.) merchants 23 Central street 
Tobey Charles, at sea, son of Lemuel, 125 Middle 
Tobey Henr}', at sea, son of Lemuel, 125 Middle 
Tobey Theodore, at sea, son of Lemuel, 125 Middle 
Tobey Thomas, (Tobey & Maxfeld) house 70 South Second 
Tobey William, 2d* 

Topham (Robert C.) & Smith (Alphonso) boat builders, 115 South Water 
Topham Robert C. ( Topham & Smith) boards 89 First 
Torson Christian C. laborer, house 13 Bethel Court (sexton) 
Tower William E. master mariner, 19 Walnut, corner South Second 
Tower Horace S. shipwright, boards at 48 High 
Townsend James, master mariner, house 157 Ray, corner Willis 
Trafford Hannah, widow, house 42 Middle 
Trapp Henry, master ship Julia, house 46 Foster 
Tripp Robert, cooper, shop 92, house 94 South Second 
Tripp William, house 92 South Second 
Tripp Jireh, laborer, house 126 Kempton 
Tripp Philip S. housewright, house 158 Kempton 
Tripp Alvin B. housewright, house 166 Kempton 
Tripp Benajah, shipwright, house 64 Mill 
Tripp James, house 80 Maxfeld, corner Walden 

Tripp Abraham, ship carpenter, house 105 North Water, corner Middle 
Tripp Oliver, mariner, house 89 First 



DIRECTORY. 87 

Tripp Benjamin Jr. (Maxfeld & Tripp) house 80 Fifth 

Tripp Ishmael, laborer, house 89 South Sixth 

Tripp Willard, laborer, house 123 South Second 

Tripp Francis, truckman, house 162 South Second 

Tripp Warren, mason, house Smith street 

Tripp Stephen, laborer, house 46 Wing 

Tripp Ezekiel, laborer, house 6 Allen 

Tripp John, laborer, house 28 Allen 

Tripp James, laborer, house 35 Allen 

Tripp John W. laborer, house 113 Elm 

Tripp Job W.* 

Tripp Stephen A. tinman, boards 157 Middle 

Tucker Charles R. ship chandler and grocer, 1 I. &. G. Howland's wharf, house 

35 South Second 
Tucker William, Jr. clerk at 3 George Howland's wharf, boards 87 Union 
Tuckerman Elizabeth, widow, house 65 South Water 
Tuckerman Robert, master mariner, house 8 Walnut 
Turner Charles H. printer 6 North Water, boards 143 Union 

Underwood Sidney, bookstore, 108 Union, house 121 Union 

Underwood Frederick ( Taber Sp Underivood) masons, house 36 North 

Underwood John F. laborer, house 53 Pleasant 

Underwood William W. laborer, house 35 Pleasant 

Underwood Charles, W\ son of John F. 53 Hillman' 

Upham Samuel, truckman, house 151 South Water 

Upjohn Aaron, mariner, house 142 Kempton 

Vanderroop William A. barber, 27 Purchase 

Vaughan James D. upholster, 17 Purchase, boards al 17 South Second 

Venice Giles, blacksmith, works at 3 and 5 Hazard's wharf 

Vincent Lewis, livery stable, 46 Middle 

Vincent Ambrose, housewright, 113 William house 57 Summer 

Vose Samuel J. S. boards 13 South Sixth, corner Spring 

Vose Henry, clerk at 12 Middle, boards 13 South Sixth, corner Spring. 

Wade Ephraim, painter, house 64 Union 

Wade Joseph H. chaise-maker, house 113 Middle 

Wadsworth Daniel, boat builder, 31 Bush, house 25 Russell 

Wadsworth George, printer, 6 North Water, boards rear of Episcopal Church 

Wady William, laborer, house 122 Third 

Wady James, shoes and leather, 86 Union, house 41 Fourth 

Wady Humphrey, grocer, 3 Taber's wharf, house 67 Kempton 

Waite , widow, house 88 Charles 

Waite Nancy, house rear 20 Wing 

Wales James W. clerk 35 North Water, boards 19 Walnut, corner South Second 



88 DIRECTORY. 

Walden John, cooper, bouse 69 HiUman, corner Walden 

Walden Edward, housewright, house 88 South Water 

Walker Henry, housewright, 69 Maxfeld, house 54 Cushing 

Walker Jonathan, master mariner, house 23 Howland 

Wall William A. artist, 13 and 14 Cheapside, house 159 Third 

Wall Alexander, boatbuilder, 54 Fourth, boards at 3 Bethel Court 

Wall Thomas, at sea, boards 3 Bethel Court 

Walter Charles A. (Coggeshall&z. Walter) house 1 Morgan's Row, corner Sonth 

Water 
Ward Jonathan R. baker, shop 72, house 74 North Second 
Ward Benjamin C. merchant tailor, 75 North Water, house 90 Elm 
Warren Charles H. District Attorney, office 88 Union, corner South Second, 

house 105 Elm 
Warren John, boatbuilder, house 114 Fourth 
Warren Lewis, laborer, house 15 Mill 

Warren Joseph, boatbuilder, 5 School, house 10 Bash, corner First 
Warren Leah, widow, boarding house, 24 School 
Washburn Marsena, shopjoiner, house 55 Third 
Washburn Bezaliel, Jr. housewright, 16 Elm 
Washburn Sarah, widow, house 7 North 
Washburn William, laborer, house 12 South Second 
Watkins Thomas, master mariner, house 12 Bethei Court 
Watson Samuel ( Watson & Manchester) house 36 Spring 
Watson Robert S. merchant, counting room Rotch's wharf, house Orchard 
Watson (Samuel) & Manchester (Humphrey) bakers, 18 Central 
Watson John H. baker, works 18 Central, house 74 Kempton 
Waterman Charles C. master mariner, 49 Middle 

Waterman Nehemiah, tobaconist, boards at Union Hotel, 17 South Water 
Waterman Abbey, house 49 Middle 
Weaver Susan, boarding house, 93 South Water 
Weaver Alfred, blacksmith, house 11 Fourth 
Weaver David, blacksmith, house 36 North 
Weaver George, laborer, house 41 North Sixth 
Webb James c. laborer, house 67 Mill 
Webb Daniel, Rev. house 126 Purchase 
Webb Hiram, son of Daniel, house 126 Purchase 
Weeden Daniel, housewright, house 89 First 
Weeden Richard, master mariner, house 215 Purchase 
Weeks Cyn'hia, widow, house 55 Kempton 
Weeks Reuben, caulker, house 30 Hill 
Wells William R. (Chase S? Wells) house 32 Elm 
West Anne, widow, house 146 Union 
West Stephen, pound keeper, house 171 Purchase 



DIRECTORY. 89 

West Nehemiah, master mariner, house 177 Purchase 

West Benjamin, blacksmith, house rGar 3 Soutli Water 

West Susan> widow, house 18 Hillman 

West William S. laborer, house 45 Hillman 

West Isaac M. mason, house 63 Hillman 

West Joanna, widow, house 101 Ray 

West Richard, master mariner, house 155 Ray, corner Willis 

West Samuel, Jr. physician, house 3 Bethel Court 

West Charles G. mariner, son of W 7 m. S. house 45 Hillman 

West Bartholomew, mariner, son of Wm. S. 45 Hillman 

West Gideon, mariner, son of Wm. S. 45 Hillman 

West (John P.) & Paine (Samuel S.J merchants, 12 Hazzard's wharf 

West Char!es, clerk for D. Davenport, house G5 Third 

Westgate Cha v les, in ship America 

Westgate John, mariner, house 139 Middle 

Weston Thomas, cordwainer, house 80 Charles 

Weston Lettice, laborer, house 49 Maxfeld 

Weston John, cordwainer, house 41 North Sixth 

Wheaton Daniel, housewright, house 89 First 

Wheaton James, mason, house 112 Middle 

Wheeler Martin, housewright, with Archelus Taber 

Whitcomb William, with McFarlin, Fish Island 

White Noah, c. lives with O. Crocker, 96 William 

White William G. carriage maker, house 51 Kempton 

White Edward L. professor of music, boards 22 Third corner Spring 

White Job, shipwright, house 136 Kempton 

White William, laViorer, house 65 Charles 

Whitehead Persis C. c. fruit, 84 North Second 

Whitford John S. housewright, house 120 Kempton 

Whiting Comfort, butcher, house 233 County corner Smith 

Whitman George, apprentice of Chapman & Bonney, boards 18 Fifth 

Whitney Amasa, 

Whitney Ivory S. cooper, 29 First, house 133 North Second 

Whitney (Franklin) & Lindsey (BenjaminM) grocers and commission merchants 

10 1. & G. Howland's wharf 
Whitney Franklin, (WJiitney fy Lindseij) boards at 18 Third corner Spring 
Wbitridge Wm. C. physician, h^use 117 Elm corner Ccunty 
VYhitridge Wm. C. Jr. house 117 Elm 

Whittemore Zenas, soap and candle manufacturer, 14, house 12 South Second 
Written John P. rigger, house 63 Charles 
W.iitten William, rigger, 22 Middle 
Whitten William, Jr. master of ship John Howland 

9 



80 DIRECTORY. 

V\ ilber Simeon, shipwright, house 76 Purchase corner Middie 

Wilber Mary, widow, house 125 Middle 

Wilber Barton, cooper, house 129 South Second 

Wilber Zepheniah S.* 

Wilber George S. mason, boards 171 Purchase 

Wilcox Philip ( Wilcox & Richmond) house 11 Elm 

Wilcox Stephen, laborer, house 15 Elm 

W^ilcox Edward S. tinman, 17 North Water, house. 157 Middle 

Wilcox Bennett, tinman, house 158 Middle 

Wilcox Joseph, mariner, house 164 31iddle 

Wilcox Joseph, Jr. at sea in ship Courier, boards 142 Purchase 

Wilcox Ellery, blacksmith, house 51 Mill 

Wilcox Y\ illiam, housewrjght, house 49 Hillman 

Wilcox Henry R. housewright, house 94 Ray 

W ilcox Abner, housewright, house 63 Foster 
Wilcox David cooper, house 129 South Second 

Wilcox (Philip) &. Richmond (Gideon) shipwrights, Robeson's wharf 
Wilcox Robert L. son of Bennett, mariner 

Wilcox Job, stone cutter, with Anthony Hathaway 

Wilcox Charles F. son of Philip, 11 Eim 

V\ iikey Abby, house 18 Coffin 

Wilkey Edward H. mariner, house 64 Union 

Wilkins William, laborer, house 96 School 

Williams Richard, postmaster, house 91 Third 

Williams Henry, c. cook cellar, 20 Union, house 24 South Second 

WiHiams Henry 2d, c. mariner, house 56 Hillman 

Williams James B. surgeon dentist and physician, house 89 W'illiam 

Williams Thomas A. c. clothes dresser and crier, house 11 First 

Williams Lemuel, collector, house 57 Fifth corner Walnut 

Williams John Jr. cashier Marine Bank, house 61 Fifth 

Williams Joseph, R. 91 Third 

Williamson Thomas, cooper, c. house 144 Purchase 

Willis Henry P. saddle and harness maker, shop 126, house 128 Union 

Williston Alanson, housewright, house 11 Allen 

Wilson Luther T. master mariner, boarding, 22 Third corner Spring 

W ilson Edward T. ch rk, house rear Grace Church, Union 

Wilson Shipley W. Rev. house 35 Elm 

W ilson James, laborer, house 70 William 

Wilson Samuel S. printer, 35 North Water, boards 24 School 

Wing Shubael, ship carpenter, Beetle's yard, boards 104 North Second 

Wing Joseph, clerk, 19 North Water, boards 17 South Second 

Wing John, cordwainer, 153 Purchase, house 230 County 

Wing W illiam, laborer, house 252 Purchase 



DIRECTORY. 91 

Winn >r George, gilder, house 86 North Second 

Winslow Pardon C. mariner, house 34 Elm 

Winslow Ann, boarding house, Rose Alley 

Winslow Abner, works 103 North Water, boards in Fairhaven 

Winslow Reuben, c. at sea in ship Martha from Fairhaven 

Witherell James H. mason, house 71 Fourth 

Wright Edmund Jr. house 20 South Sixth corner School 

Wright Rhoda, widow, house 92 North Second 

Wrighlington Ruth, widow, house 8b Ray corner Hillman 

Wrighting-ton John, shipwright, house 86 Ray corner Hillman 

Wrightinglon William, clerk 7 North Second, boards 8G Ray corner Hillman 

Woddell Brayton B. brassfounder, house Arnold 

Woddell Alden, clerk, 11 Union, boards 20 South Sixth, corner School 

Woddell David, mariner, inquire of Jireh Perry 

Woddell Edmund, laborer, house 12 Wing 

Woddell John, laborer, house Hawthorn 

Woddell Alfred, laborer, house 72 School 

W 7 ood Sarah, house 9 South Second 

Wood A. & A. [Abraham ^» Asa] Auctioneers, Office 53 Union 

Wood Abraham [4. <$• A. Wood] house 77 South Second 

W T God Charles, master mariner, house 91 South Second 

W r ood Josiah, jeweller, 62 Union, house 27 Walnnt 

Wood Tillson, housewright, house 99 Fourth 

W T ood Amy, widow, house 41 North 

Wood Dennis, grocer, house 10 1 William 

Wood Daniel, master mariner, house 33 Seventh 

Wood Luthan, laborer, house 13 Howland 

Wood Lurana, widow of John, house 71 South corner County 

W T ood Zeno K. mariner, house 100 South Second 

W 7 ood John L. mariner, at sea in ship Brighton 

Wood Asa [A. $ A. Wood] house 80 Fourth 

Wood George, cooper, works for E. Jenney 

Wood Elihu, at sea 

W r oodland Samuel, c. laborer, house 7 Spring 

Woods Abraham, c. house 4 Spring 

Woods Isaiah C. ( Woods fy Cook) house 59 Third corner Bush 

Woods (Isaiah C.) & Cook (John Jr.) grocers, 30 Union corner Water 

Wormwell Tracy, tinman, house rear Grace Church, Union Street 

Worth George B. merchant, house 83 South Second 

Worth John, mariner, house 27 Elm 

Worth Jared, master of ship Courier, house 85 Elm 

Yeoman Catharine, mantau-maker, house 63 North Second corner Middla 



92 



DIRECTORY. 



The following is a list of persons residing in the township of New-Bedford, but 
not in the village thereof— arranged under the head of their respective School 
Districts, viz : — 



Chase Edward 
Hathaway Hunnevvell 
Hathaway Noah 
Hathaway Elihu 
Hathaway Noah, Jr. 
Hathaway Humphrey 
Hathaway William 

Lawrence John 



SCHOOL, DISTRICT, 

Peirce Simeon 



Niles David 

Adams Thomas 
Adams Thomas, Jr. 
Allen Phillip 
Andrews Abel 
Armsby Lemuel 
Ashley Warren 
Ashley Jireh 

Borden Daniel 
Braley Amos 

Case Isaac 
Chase Levi 
Clark William 

Davis Shadrach 
Davis Shadrach, Jr. 
Davis Phillip T. 
Davis William H. 
Davis Lynes 
Dillingham Polly 
Dillingham Lemuel 

Eldredg-e Darius 



Sherman Job 
Sherman James 
Sherman Sarah 
Skiff Thomas 
Spooner Thomas 
Spooner Micah 

Tobey Jonathan 
Tobey Seth I. 

SCHOOL DISTRICT, 

Evans Benjamin 

Fuller Charles 

Gibbs Nathan 
Gifford Obed 
Gifford Shubael H. 
Grinnell Andrew B. 

Hathaway Abigail 
Hathaway Thomas S 
Hathaway Leonard 
Hathaway Francis Si 
Hathaway Jabez 
Hathaway Deborah 
Hathaway William 
Hathaway Jabez S- 
Hawes Levi 
Hawes Judah 
Howard Seth Jr. 
Holmes William 

Jenny Gilbert 
Jenney Weston 



NO. 1. 

Tobey Isaac S. 
Tobey Ruamy 

Washburn Barzillia 
Westgate Horace 
Weston Shubael 
Weston George 
Weston Simeon 
Wilber Peter 



NO. 2. 

Jenney Isaac 

Lincoln Gamaliel 

Mayhew Thaddeus P. 
Mayhew Susan 
Mayhew Susan P. 
Merrick John 

Nye Obed 
Nye William 

Parker John L. 
Parker Daniel 
Parker Elijah 
Parlow Isaiah 
Perry Lois 
Perry Leonard K. 
Perry George 
Perry Thaddeus M. 
Perry Susan 

Severance Hannah 
Severance James 



DIRECTORY 



93 



Severance John 
Sherman Resolved 
Smith Robert 
Smith Thomas C. H. 
Snow 31 ark 
Snow Nancy 
Spooner William 
Spooner William, 2nd. 
Spooner Caleb 
Spooner Samuel 
Spooner Joshua 
Spooner James 
Spooner Jonathan 
Spooner Jeduthan 



Spooner Jeduthan, Jr. 
Spooner Nathaniel, Jr. 
Spooner Nathan 
Stetson Charles 
Stetson Ebenezer 
Stetson Peleg H. 
Stetson Silas 
Stetson Jane 
Swift Jireh 
Swift Jireh, Jr. 

Taber Freeman 
Taber Edwin 
Taber Peter 



Taber Zephaniah 
Taber Maria 
Terry Lemuel T. 
Terry Charles T. 
Terry Thomas P. 
Tompkins Christopher 
Tnpp Isaac 

Vail William 

Westgate John L. 
Wilber Joseph 



Albro Andrew 
Allen Robert 

Barlow James L. 
Bennett Lorenzo B. 
Bennett Rhoda 
Benson Hope 
I'lanchard Timothy 
Boyles Patrick 
Bradford Mary 
Briggs Paltiah 
Brown Godfrey 
Bryant Seth 
Butler Peter, Jr. 
Butler Alice 
Butts James 

Carver Nathan 
Clark William S. 
Coggeshall Hayden 
Cook Jabez 
Cook John 
Cook George 
Crapo Phillip 
Crocker John 

Davenport Peleg 
9* 



SCHOOL DISTRICT, 

Davis Richmond W. 
Davis Alfred 
Dodge Thomas 
Drew Joshua 
Dunbar Joshua 
Dunlap Benjamin B. 

Ealey Joseph 
Estes Joseph 
Flink Emanuel 
Francis Abraham 

GifTord Alfred 
GifTord Joseph A, 
GifTord William 
Gordon William (alien) 
Gunn John 

Hardy William 
Hart Presbur) S- 
Hatch Joel 
Hathaway Ebenezer 
Hathaway Ezra 
Hathaway Alexander 
Hathaway William B. 
Hathaway David 
Hathaway Ruby 



NO. 3. 

Hollis John 
Hooper Joseph 
Howard Ezra 
Howard Jonathan R. 
Howland Daniel H. 



Isley Joseph 

Jenney Benjamin C. 
Jenney Jeduthan 
Jennings Lazarus 
Jennings Ira 
Jennings Daniel 

Kelley Thomas 
King Benjamin 

Lewis Peter 
Mendall Joseph 
Parker John A. 
Payne John T. 
Peckham Hannah 
Peckham Jonathan 
Peck Billings 
Peirce Phillip 
Peirce Jonathan 
Peirce Ellery 



94 



DIRECTORY. 



Pell Jefferson 
Perow Fanny L. 
Perry Edward P. 
Phillips Eleazer 
Phillips Allen D. 
Pool Major 
Pope Thomas 
Pope William G. E. 
Potter Pardon B. 

Ramstein Oliver 
Robertson Edward 



Allen PelegS. 
Allen Butler. 
Allen Lyman 

Bliss Alexander 
Brett Daniel S. 
Brightman John 
Butler Judah 
Butler Benjamin. 

Crocker David 
Curlick John. 

Davis Joseph 
Delano Samuel 
Durfee Allen. 



Robbins Elisha K. 

Sampson William 
Sawyer Andrew 
Shaw Bartlett 
Shepherd Prince 
Smith William H. 
Smith Richard 

Taber Gilbert 
Thomas Charles 
Tripp Wi liam 

SCHOOL DISTRICT, 

Fearing Noah 
Fellows Samuel 
Fisher John 
Furlong Patrick. 

Himes John S. 
Howland Edward W. 
Howland Cornelius, Jr. 

Kempton Caleb 
Kempton Joseph 
Kempton Aaron W. 

Lake Ephraim 

Morton Elias. 



Tripp Barjona 
Tripp Brownell 
Tripp Noah 

Vaughan Stillman 

West John P. 
Wing William 
Wilcox Isaiah 
Wilcox Charles 
Wrightington Paul 
Wrightington Frederick. 

NO. 6. 

Pollay Jacob 
Popple Benjamin. 

Ricketson Benjamin 
Ricketson Paul 
Ricketson Rebecca. 

Scott William, Jr. 
Sherman Jared 
Smith Leonard 
Spooner Walter 
Spooner Benjamin W. 

Tripp Joseph 
Turner Nathaniel W. 

Westgate Charles. 



lilST OF WHALE SHIPS, 

BELONGING TO THE UNITED STATES. 



NEW BEDFORD, Mass. 


Names. 


Tonnage. 


Managing Owners. 


Ann Alexander 


252 


George Howland 


Averick 


384 


John Avery Parker &. Son 


Abigail . . 


309 


Charles W. Morgan 


Augusta 


344 


William R. Rodman 


Amethyst 


359 


John Avery Parker & Son 


Alexander 


421 


John Avery Parker & Son 


America 


418 


Isaac Howland Jr. & Co; 


America '. brig 


150 


Lawrence Grinnell 


Agate . schr 


81 


Alexander H. Seabury 


Barclay 


281 


William R. Rotch & Co. 


Balaena 


300 


John & James Howland 


Braganza . • 


469 


William T. Russell 


Brandt 


310 


Nehemiah Leonard & Co. 


Brighton 


354 


William T. Russell 


Bramin . bark 


245 


Gideon Allen 


Cortes 


382 


George Howland 


Commodore Rodgers 


298 


Thomas & A. R. Nye 


Canton 


. 408 


Jireh Perry 


Commodore Decatur 


247 


Nehemiah Leonard & Co. 


Charles . . 


290 


Samuel Rodman Jr. 


Courier 


381 


George Randall & J. C. Haskell 


Chili 


291 


Nehemiah Leonard & Co. 


Condor 


. 348 


Charles W. Morgan 


China 


370 


William H. Stowell 


Corinthian 


. 401 


George Howland 


Coral 


370 


Gideon Allen 


Cicero 


251 


Kollock & Grinnell 


Ceres 


373 


Gilbert R. Thornton 


Cambria 


. 862 


William T. Russell 


Charles Frederick 


317 


John Avery Parker & Son 



96 




DIRECTORY. 


Names. 




Tonnage. 


Managing Owners. 


Cherokee 


bark 


261 


David Coffin 


Columbus 


bark 


313 


William R. Rodman 


Cora 


bark 


220 


I. H. Bartlett 


Clarice 


bark 


237 


Charles W. Morgan 


Charleston Packet 


brig 


184 


Crane & French 


Dartmouth 




. 336 


Isaac Howland Jr. & Co. 


Delight 


schr 


102 


Jonathan Mosher 


Eagle 


. 


. 336 


Jireh Perry 


Enterprize 




291 


Alfred Gibbs & Co. 


Endeavour 


, 


251 


C. C. Gilbert 


Euphrates 




364 


Lawrence Grinnell 


Emerald 




. 359 


Thomas Riddell § Sons 


Emily Morgan 




367 


Charles W. Morgan 


Elizabeth 


bark 


200 


Alexander H. Seabury 


Equator 


bark 


262 


Levi Standish 


Elizabeth 


brig 


107 


David Coffin 


Frances Henrietta 




407 


Charles W. Morgan 


Franklin 


. 


333 


Alexander H. Campbell 


Frances 




347 


William R. Rotch & Co. 


Frances 




367 


William H. Allen 


Falcon 




273 


David Briggs 


Fenelon ; 




328 


David Coffin 


Florida 




330 


E. Dunbar & Co. 


Golconda 


, 


330 


George Howland 


George fy Susan 




356 


George Howland 


George Porter 


. 


285 


Thomas Riddell & Sons 


Good Return 


. 


376 


Henry Taber 


General Pike 




313 


Oliver Crocker 


Gratitude . 




336 


Thomas Riddell fy Sons 


Gideon Howland 




378 


Isaac Howland Jr. fy Co. 


George 




273 


John Avery Parker Sf Son 


George Howland 




373 


George Howland 


George 4* Martha 


bark 


275 


G. Randall & J. C. Haskell 


Hope 


. 


316 


George Howland 


Hope 




283 


William T. Russell 


Hercules 


. 


334 


Jireh Perry 


Hercules 




291 


David R. Greene 


Herald 




274 


Tobey fy Ricketson 


Herald . 




302 


Thomas $ A. R.Nye 


Hydaspe 




312 


G.Randall $ J. C. Haskell 


Hector 




380 


Charles W. Morgan 


Hibernia 




327 


Alfred Gil>bs Sg Co, 





DIRECTORY. 


Names. 


Tonnage. 


Managing Owners. 


Hoiiqua 


339 


Alexander Gibbs 


Huntress 


391 


Alfred Gibbs 8p Co. 


Hesper . bark . 261 


Charles W. Morgan 


Iris 


311 


E. Dunbar & Co. 


Independence 


317 


T. S. & N. Hathaway 


India 


366 


William T. Russell 


Isaac Rowland 


399 


Isaac Rowland Jr. <$* Co. 


Julian 


356 


Thomas Riddell & Sons 


Java 


295 


George Hovvland 


John 


307 


Fiederick Parker 


John Howl and 


. 376 


Jno. &. James Hovvland 


John Adams 


268 


Jireh Perry 


Janus 


. 277 


Thomas &, A. R. Nye 


Lancaster 


382 


Thomas & A. Nye 


Logan 


. 302 


Isaac Rowland Jr. & Co. 


Liverpool 


305 


Abraham Barker & Co. 


London Packet 


. 279 


Abraham H. H owland 


Lucas 


281 


Tobey & Ricketson 


Lalla Rookh 


. 323 


John Avery Parker & Son 


Leader . bark . 169 


David Coffin 


Laurel . schr . 119 


I. H. Bartlett 


Messenger 


277 


Howland & Hussey 


Mercator 


246 


John Avery Parker & Son 


Maria Theresa 


330 


Thomas & A. R. Nye 


Maria . • 


202 


Charles W. Morgan 


Mercury 


339 


Isaac Howland Jr. & Co. 


Midas 


326 


Jno. Coggeshall 


Minerva Smith 


335 


Isaac Howland Jr. &. Co. 


Milo 


397 


Andrew Robeson 


Minerva 


407 


William Gifford 


Mayflower 


349 


G. Randall & J. C. Haskell 


Magnolia 


396 


Charles W. Morgan 


Milton 


387 


Henry Taber 


Moss . • 


334 


William R. Rodman 


Mount Vernon 


352 


David R. Greene & Co. 


Mobile 


. 267 


William R. Rodman 


Mary , 


287 


Isaac Howland Jr. & Co. 


Marcella . bark . 210 


David Coffin 


Milwood . barR . 253 


Gideon Allen 


Minerva • bark . 195 


Charles R. Tucker 


Nye 


211 


Thomas & A. R. Nye 


Nautilus 


340 


Jireh Perry 



97 



98 




DIRECTORY. 


Names. 




Tonnage. 


Managing Owners. 


Nile 


. 


321 


David Coffin 


Nassau 




• 407 


Burgess & Howland 


Newton 


bark 


283 


Isaiah Burgess 


Orozimbo . 




. 583 


William T. Russell 


Octavia 


bark 


257 


Gideon Allen 


Ospray 


bak 


169 


Thomas & A, R. Nye 


Phenix 




. 423 


John Avery Parker & Son 


Pacific 




384 


Jireh Perry 


Phocion 




265 


Palmer <$• Coggeshall 


Pacific 




. 331 


Andrew Robeson 


Parker 


- 


406 


John Avery Parker &. Son 


Parachute 


- 


- 330 


Alexander H. Seabury 


Persia 


bark 


240 


Lawrence Grinnell 


Pioneer 


bark 


231 


Charles W. Morgan 


Pocahontas 


brig 


141 


Alexander Gibbs 


Parthian 


brig 


119 


Crane & French 


Roman - 


- 


374 


E. Dunbar & Co. 


Roman 


- 


350 


Abraham Barker ^ Co. 


Rousseau 


- 


306 


George Howland 


Richmond 


- 


- 291 


Isaac Howland Jr. & Co. 


Roscoe 


- 


362 


Andrew Robeson 


Rodman 


- 


- 371 


Charles W. Morgan 


Rebecca Sims 


- 


400 


William R. Rodman 


Robert Edwards 


. 


- 355 


Jno. 8? James Howland 


Russell 


bark 


301 


Jno. fy James Howland 


Rajah 


bark 


249 


Isaiah Burgess 


Roscoe 


bark 


235 


J. Bourne Jr. 


Rising States 


brig 


134 


R. Johnson 


Swift 


- 


320 


T. S. # N. Hathaway 


Swift 


- 


456 


John Avery Parker <$• Son 


Sally Anne 


- 


311 


David R. Greene <$■ Co. 


Stephania 


- 


315 


Palmer & Coggeshall 


Selma 


- 


268 


Alexander H. Seabury 


Samuel Robertson 




- 421 


Andrew Robeson 


St. George 




408 


Oliver Crocker 


Tuscaloosa 


- 


284 


Howland 8? Hussey 


Timoleon 


.. 


356 


William T. Russell 


Triton 


, 


299 


Isaac Howland Jr. & Co. 


Trident 




448 


John Avery Parker & Son 


Two Brothers 


- 


288 


David R. Greene & Co. 


Tobacco Plant 


. 


- 270 


William R. Rodman 


Victory 




268 


Gideon Allen 



DIRECTORY. 



99 



Names. Tonnage. Managing Oivners. 

Wilmington and Liverpool Packet 384 John Avery Parker & Son 



William fy Eliza 


321 


George Randall 


William Rotch 


- 289 


John Coggeshall 


William Thompson 


495 


Jireh Perry 


William C. Nye 


389 


Burgess $? Howland 


William Hamilton 


- 463 


Isaac Howland Jr. & Co. 


Waverly 


327 


Isaac Howland Jr. & Co. 


Winslow 


bark - 263 


Samuel Rodman Jr. 


Young Phenix - 


376 


John Avery Parker & Son 


Zephyr 


- 381 


Alexander Gibbs 


- 


364 


George T. Baker. 




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FAIRHAVEK, Mass. 


Names. 


Tonnage. 


Managing Owners. 


Ansell Gibbs 


319 


Gibbs & Jenney 


Amazon 


318 


E. Sawin 


Albion 


326 


E. Sawin 


Arab 


335 


E. Sawin 


Addison 


426 


Gibbs & Jenney 


Arab 


bark . 275 


A. D. Stoddard 


Alto 


bark . 197 


A. D.Stoddard 


Charles Drew 


343 


Lemuel Tripp 


Columbus . 


381 


Gibbs &. Jenney 


Cadmus 


319 


Atkins Adams 


Eliza Adams 


402 


Atkins Adams 


Friendship 


366 


Gibbs & Jenney 


Favorite 


293 


E. Sawin 


George 


359 


Reuben Fish 


Herald 


262 


Samuel Borden 


Heroine 


.• 337 


Nathan Church 


Isabella 


410 


James H. Howland 


Isabella 


bark • 242 


E. Sawin 


Joseph Maxwell 


307 


F R. Whitwell 


Java 


. 291 


Atkins Adams 


Jasper 


360 


Atkins Adams 


Leonidas 


243 


L. Jenney & J. Tripp 


London Packet 


. 335 


Gibbs & Jenney 


Martha 


298 


Nathan Church 


Martha 


301 


Atkins Adams 


Maine 


294 


E. Sawin 


Marcia 


. 314 


E. Sawin 



100 

Names. 

Marcus 

Oregon 

Oscar 

Pactolus 

Pindus 

South Hoston 

Stanton 

William Wirt 



bark 



DIRECTORY. 


Tonnage, 


Managing Oicnei 


286 


Lemuel Tripp 


307 


Lemuel Tripp 


369 


E. Sawin 


288 


A. D. Stoddard 


193 


Lemuel Tripp 


383 


E. Sawin 


304 


Lemuel Tripp 


386 


Warren Delano. 



WESTPORT, Mass, 



Names. 




Tonnage. 


Managing Owners. 


Dr. Franklin 


bark 


171 


Job Davis 


Mexico 


brig 


130 


Gideon Davis 


President 


bark 


167 


Andrew Hicks 


Thomas Winslow 


brig 


136 


P. W, Peckham 






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] 


ROCHESTER 


, Mass, 


Names. 




Tonnage. 


Managing Oicners. 


Annawan 


brig 


148 


G Barstow & Son 


Caduceus 


brig 


109 


Joseph Meigs 


Dryade 


bark 


262 


G. Barstow & Son 


Gideon Barstow 


- 


379 


G. Barstow & Son 


Mattapoisett 


brig 


150 


Joseph Meigs 


Orion 


brig 


99 


Elijah Willis 


Shylock - 


- 


- 275 


G. Barstow & Son 


Sarah 


brig 


171 








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FALMOUTH 


, Mass. 


Names. 




Tonnage. 


Managing Owners 


Awashonks 




382 


Elijah Swift 


Bartholomew Goznold 


- 355 


Ward M. Parker 


Brunette 


bark 


137 


Elijah Swift 


Geo. Washington, 


bark 


- 




Hobomok 




417 


Elijah Swift 


Pocahontas 


- 


- 341 


Elijah Swift 


Popmunnet 


bark 


- 




Uncas 


- 


414 


Elijah Swift 


William Penn 









Names. 

Almira 

Champion 

George & Mary 

Gold Hunter 

Loan 

Meridian 

Mary 

Splendid 

Vineyard 



brig 



DIRECTORY. 


ARTOWN, Mass. 


Tonnage. 


Managing Owners 


. 362 


Abraham Osborn 


395 


Grafton Norton 


356 


Abraham Osborn 


202 


Coffin & Darrow 


261 


Abraham Osborn 


381 


Grafton Norton 


348 


Coffin & Darrow 


. 392 


Abraham Osborn 


380 


Grafton Norton. 



101 



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Name. 
Delphos 



HOLMES HOLE, Mass. 

Tonnage. Managing doner. 
. 338 Thomas Bradley. 



NANTUCKET, Mass. 



Names. 


Tonnage. 


Managing Owners. 


Alpha 


345 


Hadwen & Barney 


Atlantic 


321 


James Athearn 


Aurora 


346 


T. & P. Macy 


American 


339 


Matthew Crosby 


Ann - - - 


361 


Jared Coffin 


Alexander Coffin 


381 


Paul Mitchell # Sons 


Baltic 


409 


Philip H. Folger 


Barclay 


- 301 


William Barney 


Clarkson 


380 


James Athearn 


Congress . 


339 


P. H. Folger 


Charles & Henry 


336 


C. G. & H. Coffin 


Catharine 


384 


Jared Coffin 


Charles Carroll . 


376 


David Joy 


Constitution 


318 


C. G. & Henry Coffin 


Cyrus 


328 


George Myrick Jr. 


Columbus » 


344 


Paul Mitchell Jr. 


Christopher Mitchell 


387 


C. Mitchell & Co. 


Catawba 


335 


G. G. & H. Coffin 


Elizabeth Starbuck 


381 


Levi Starbuck 


Enterprize . * 


. 413 


Gilbert Coffin 


Eagle 


335 


David Joy 


Franklin 


. 246 


James Athearn 


Foster 


317 


Paul Mitchell & Sons 



10 



102 

flames. 
Fabius 
Ganges 
Hero 
Henry 
Howard 
Harvest 

Japan . 

John Adams 
Jeflerson 
Kingston 
Lima 

Levi Starbuck 
Mary 

Mary Mitchell 
Montano 
Mai tha 
Mariner 
Maria 

Mount Vernon 
Orbit 
Ocean 
Omega 
Ontario 
Orion 
Ohio 
Panama 
President 
Phenix 
Phebe 
Peru 
Pacific 
Peruvian 
Ploughboy 
Planter • 
Richard Mitchell 
Reaper 
Rambler 



bark 



Susan 
Sarah 
Statira 
Spartan 



DIRECTORY. 


Tonnage. 


Managing Ovcnere. 


. 433 


Valentine Hussey 


265 


William H Gardner 


. 313 


Joseph Starbuck 


346 


Daniel Jones 


. 364 


S- & T. Hussey 


360 


Samuel B. Folger 


332 


James Athearn 


;295 


Griffin Barney 


377 


William Folger 


312 


F. W. Hussey 


286 


William B- Coffin 


376 


Levi Starbuck 


369 


Daniel Jones 


354 


Samuel B- Tuck 


365 


Samuel B. Folger 


273 


Samuel B. Folger 


348 


Matthew Crosby 


365 


C. Mitchell & Co. 


383 


William Folger 


351 


T. & P. Macy 


349 


T. & P. Macy 


. 363 


Joseph StarbucK 


354 


Samuel & James Mitchell 


354 


F. W: Hussey 


383 


Jared Coffin 


253 


George B. Upton 


293 


Joseph Starbuck 


. 323 


T.&P.Macyj 


379 


C.Mitchell 4- Co. 


257 


David Joy 


314 


Paul Mitchell Sf Sons 


. 334 


C, Mitchell & Co. 


391 


P. H. Folger 


340 


William B. Coffin 


. 386 


Paul Mitchell & Sons 


338 


P. H. Folger 


- 318 


Aaron Mitchell 


349 


Joseph Starbuck 


348 


Aaron Mitchell 


. 495 


Jared Coffin 


346 


Samuel B. Tuck 


333 


Daniel Jones 





DIRECTORY. 


Names. 


Tonnage. 


Managing Owners. 


Three Brothers 


384 


Joseph Starbuck 


Thule 


285 


S. B. Tuck 


Washington 


308 


Matthew Crosby 


Walter Scott 


339 


C. Mitchell & Co. 


Young- Eagle 


377 


Simeon Starbuck 


Zenas Coffin 


338 


C.G.& Hi Coffin 


Zone 


365 


S. & J. Mitchell 



103 










FALL RIVEE 


:, Mass. 


Names. 




Tonnage. 


Managing Owners. 


Ann Maria 


brig 


196 


John Eddy 


Edward Q,uesnel 


- 


388 


John Eddy 


Gold Hunter 




281 


Henry Slade 


Pantheon 


bark 


384 


John Eddy 


William 


brig 


106 


Joseph S. Barnard. 



PLYMOUTH, Mass; 



Names. 




Tonnage^ 


Managing Owners. 


Arabella 


- 


404 


James Bartlett Jr- 


Fortune 


bark 


278 


Isaac L. Hedge 


Mary &, Martha 


bark 


316 


James Bartlett Jn 


Triton 


- 


314 


James Bartlett Jr : 



Names. 

Imogene 

Louisa 



PROVINCETOWX, Mass. 

Tonnage. Managing Owners. 



brig 
schr 



JVames. 

Charles Carroll 
Courier 
Herald 
Lewis 



DORCHESTER, Mass. 

Tonnage. Managing Owners. 



bark 



386 
293 

230 



Josiah'Stickney 
Josiah Stickney 



1U4 




DIRECTORY. 






L.YNN, Mass. 


Names. 




Tonnage. 


Managing Owners. 


Atlas 


- 


2G0 


H. Cha.,e&Co. 


Commodore Preble 


- 


330 


S- H. Gardner 


Louisa 


- 


332 


U. Chase & Co. 


Ninus 


- 


- 255 


S. H. Gardner 


Nahant 


• 


306 


H. Chase &Co. 






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SAL.EM, Mass. 


Names- 




Tonnage. 


Managing Owners- 


Bengal 


. 


304 


John B. Osgood 


Cavalier 


bark 


295 


James King 


Elizabeth 




397 


Stephen C. Phillips 


Emerald 


bark 


271 


Stephen C. Phillips 


Emeline 


brig 


98 


John B. Pierce 


Franklin 


schr 


89 


James King 


Zelte 


. 


275 


John B. Osgood 


James Maury 


. 


404 


John B. Osgood 


Lydia 




292 


John B. Osgood 


Mount Wollaston 


. 


325 


John B. Osgood 


Mac 


schr 


80 


John B. Osgood 


Paliestine 


bark 


248 


Nathaniel Weston 


Reaper 


bark 


230 


John B. Osgood 


Richard 


bark 


252 


Josph Hodges 


Samuel Wright 


. 


370 


John B. Osgood 


Sapphire 


* 


365 


Stephen C. Phtllips. 




NEWBURYPORT, Mass. 


Names. 




Tonnage. 


Managing Owners. 


Adaline 


. 


. 329 


Thomas Buntin fy Amos Noyes 


Merrimac 




413 


M. Lunt & H. Titcomb 


Newburyport 




341 


M. Lunt $ H. Titcomb 


Navy 


. 


355 


M. Lunt &H. Titcomb. 



Names. 
Pocahontas 
Ann Parry 
Triton 



PORTSMOUTH, N. H. 

Jonnage. Managing Owners. 
- 300 
347 



DIRECTORY. 



105 



Name. 
Science 



PORTLAND, Me. 

Tonnage. Managing Owner. 
. 383 Thos. Chad wick & C. M- Davis. 







NEWPORT, 


R. I. 


Names. 




Tonnage. 


Managing Owners. 


Audley Clark 




331 


Russell Coggeshall 


Constitution 


bark 


275 


Nathaniel S. Ruggles 


Erie 


. 


374 


Samuel Whitehorne 


Frederick 


bark 


321 


Nathaniel S. Ruggles 


George Champlin 


. 


361 


Nathaniel S. Ruggles 


Geneva 


schr 


112 


Nathaniel S. Ruggles 


Harvest 


bark 


313 


Peleg Clarke 


John Coggeshall 


. 


338 


Peleg Clarke 


Mechanic 




334 


Thomas Bush 


Martha 


. 


271 


George Knowles 


Margaret 




_. .^ 375 


J. Stevens & Co. 


Sailors' Return 


£^8h4.««A. 78 


Nathaniel S: Ruggles 


William Lee 


• 


310 


Robert P. Lee. 






-**e©e«,_ 






BRISTOL, 


R.I. 


Names. 




Tonnage. 


Managing Owners. 


Ann 




222 


William H. D'Wolf 


America 


bark 


257 


Robert Rogers 


Baltic 




321 


William H. D'Wolf 


Bowditch 




398 


W. R. Taylor 


Canton Packet 




312 


Fitzhenry Homer 


Corinthian 




503 


William H. D'Wolf 


Essex 




200 


William R. Taylor 


Fama 




362 


Fitzhenry Homer 


General Jackson 




329 


William H. D'Wolf 


Governor Fenner 




375 


William H- D'Wolf 


Ganges 


. 


380 


William H. D'Wolf 


Golconda 




359 


Fitzhenry Homer 


Governor Hopkins brig 


111 


William R. Taylor 


Leonidas 


. 


353 


William H. D'Wolf 


L- C. Richmond 




340 


Kimbal Perry 


Roger Williams 




.• 285 


Robert Rogers 


Sarah Lee 


bark 


235 


William H. D'Wolf 


Troy 


brig 


156 


Thomas Church. 



icr 



106 



Names. 




Atlantic 


. 


Atlas 


brig 


Benjamin Rush 




Boy 




Chariot 


. 


Crawford 


brig 


Franklin 


bark 


Galen 




Hoogley > 




Luminary 




Magnet 


, 


Miles 




North America 




Philip Tabb 




Rosalie 




William Baker 




Warren 




JTOrr\^w 




Names. 




Brunswick 


- 


Envoy 


- 



DIRECTORY. 


WARREN, 


R. I. 


Tonnage. 


Managing Owners. 


323 


Driscol & Child 


126 




384 


Driscol $> Child 


251 


William Collins % Co. 


. . 359 


William Collins & Co. 


121 




219 




365 


Driscol & Child 


292 


William Collins & Co. 


432 


Joseph Smith Jr. 4' Co. 


355 


Joseph Smith Jr. fy Co. 


240 


William Collins & Co. 


284 


Driscol <$• Child 


405 


Driscol 8? Child 


323 


Joseph Smith Jr. & Co, 


224 


Driscol 8? Child 


382 


rfesepfa Smith Jr. # Co. 



#"-£oseph Smith Jr. & Co.* . 



PROVIDENCE, R, I. 

Tonnage. Managing Owners. 
295 Amherst Everett 
392 Amherst Everett. 



Names. 

Acasta 

Charles Adams 

Corvo 

George 

Mercury 

Thomas Williams 



STONINGTON, Conn. 

Tonnage. Managing Owners. 
330 Charles P. Williams 
B. & F. Pendleton 



251 



340 



C. T. Stanton 
C. P. Williams. 



NEW LONDON, Conn, 



Names. 
Armata 
Ann Maria 
Boston 



Tonnage. 
413 
367 

- 291 



Managing Owners. 
Abner Bassett 
Thomas W. Williams 



Names. 




ittMGUXUIl 

Tonnage. 


Managing Owners. 




Bingham 


- 


375 


Benjamin Brown 




Commodore Perry 


- 


- 270 


C. Chew 8? Co. 




Caledonia 




445 


Thomas W. Williams 




Connecticut 


- 


397 


Thomas W. Williams 




Clematis 










Columbia 










Candace 










Columbus 










Chelsea 


bark 


396 


Thomas W. Williams 




Electra 


- 


347 


Wm. Williams Jr. & A. Barns 




Friends 


- 


402 


Benjamin Brown 




Flora 




338 


N. & W. W. Billings 




Georgia 


- 


- 343 


Thomas W, Williams 




George 


- 


289 


L. AHyu 




General Williams 










Indian Chief i 




401 


E. M. Frink&Co. 




John & Edward 




312 


N. & W. W. Billings 




Julius Ceasar 




346 


N. & W. W. Billings 




Jones 


. 


. 336 


Thomas W. Williams 




Jason • 


bark 


334 






Mentor 




459 


Benjamin Brown 




North America 


, 


387 


Thomas W. Williams 




Neptune 




284 


Thomas W. Williams 




Ospray 


brig 








Palladium 




. 341 


E. M. Frink & Co. 




Phenix 




403 


N. & W. W. Billings 




Philetus 


bark 


. 






Superior 




405 


N. & W. W. Billings 




Stonington 




350 


W. Williams Jr. & A. Barns 




Tuscarora 




379 


N. & W. W. Billings. 








BRIDGEPORT, Conn, 




Names. 




Tonnage. 


Managing Owners. 




Atlantic 




- 


Abijah Hawley 




Hamilton 




MYSTIC, 


Abijah Hawley. 
Conn. 




Names. 




Tonnage. 


. Managing Owners. 




Aeronaut 




265 






Blackstone 




258 






Meteor 




. 325 







108 



DIRECTORY. 



Names. 
Atlas 



NORWICH, Conn. 

Tonnage* 



Bruce 



Names. 
Columbia 
John Wells 



EAST HADDAM, Conn. 

brig 



NEWARK, N, J. 

Tonnage. Managing Owners. 
390 J: H. Stephens 
380 J. H, Stephens. 



Names. 

A casta 

Ann 

American 

Arabella 

Camillus 

Columbia 

Cadmus 

Daniel Webster 

Franklin 

Fanny 

Gem 

Henry 

Hudson 

Hannibal 

Marcus 

Monmouth 

Neptune 

Nimrod 

Ontario 

Phenix 

Panama 

Romulus 

Thorn 

Thames 

Washington 

Xenophon 



SAGHARBOR, L.. I. 

Tonnage. Managing Owners. 
286 Mulford # Sleight 
Marcus B. Osborn 



365 



bark 





Luther D. Cook 


306 


Mulford & Sleight 


397 


E. Mulford 


391 


C. T. Dering & Co. 




C. T. Dering & Co, 


368 


L. D. Cook 


310 


S. 4" B. Hunting & Co* 


283 


S. & N. Howell 



S. & B. Hunting & Co. 
280 C. T. Dering $ Co. 
367 S. $ B. Hunting %> Co. 
314 L. D. Cook 

230 

298 Mulford & Sleight 



340 



Josiah Douglass 
Mulford & Sleight. 



Names . 

Bayard 

Delia 

Roanoke 

Triad 



DIRECTORY 
GREENPORT, L. I. 



109 







NEW 


YORK. 


Names. 




Tonnage. 


Managing Owners. 


Desdemona 








Pell, Zabriske & Pell 


Hesper 


bark 








Julia 


bark 








Louisa 








Silas E. Burrows 


Medina 
Shibboleth 


brig 
bark 






Silas E. Burrows 


White Oak 


bark 






Pell, Zabriske & Pell. 



Names- 
Illinois 
Portland 
Russell 



NEWBURGH, N. Y. 

Tonnage. Managing Owner* 
414 Charles Ludlow 
296 Charles Ludlow 
387 Charles Ludlow 



POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. 



Names. 


Tonnage. 


Managing Owners. 


Elbe 


341 




New England 


- 376 


David S. Shearman 


Newark 


323 


David S. Shearman 


Nathaniel P. Talmadge 


370 


David S. Shearman 


Vermont - bark 


292 





110 



DIRECTORY. 



Names. 

America 

Alexander Mansfield 

Edward 

George Clinton 

Helvetia 

Henry Astor 

Huron 

James Monroe 

Martha 

Washington 



bark 



HUDSOJV, N. Y. 

Tonnage. Managing Owners. 

464 Robert A. Barnard 

320 Robert A. Barnard 

274 Seth G. Macy 

427 Robert A. Barnard 

333 Robert A. Barnard 

- 375 Robert A. Barnard 
290 Robert A. Barnard 

- 425 Robert A. Barnard 
369 Alexander Jenkins 
237 Robert A. Barnard. 



BY-LAWS 



TOWN OF NEW-BEDFORD 



SECTION I. 

DIGGING UP FLAGGING, &C. 

No person shall break or dig up the flagging, pavement or 
ground in any of the streets, lanes, highways, squares or other 
public places in this town, for any purpose whatever, without 
the consent of one or more of the Street Committee first had and 
obtained, on pain of forfeiting for each offence a sum not exceed- 
ing five dollars. 

SECTION II. 

FLAGGING, &C. DUG UP. TO BE REPAIRED. 

Whosoever shall, by virtue of such consent, break or dig up 
the flagging, pavement or ground of any highway, street, lane or 
square in this town, or any part thereof, or cause the same or 
any part thereof, to be dug or broken up, shall, within such time 
or times as the Street Committee shall direct, cause the same to 
be sufficiently repaired and amended to the satisfaction of the 
said Committee, on pain of forfeiting for neglect thereof, a sum 
not exceeding five dollars for each and every week thereafter 
until the same be amended and repaired as aforesaid. 

SECTION III. 

REGULATIONS WHEN DRAINS OR AQUEDUCTS ARE OPENED OR 

LAID. 

Whenever any drain or aqueduct shall be opened or laid, the 
person or persons doing the same or causing the same to be done, 
shall cause a rail or other sufficient fence to be erected so as to 
enclose such drain or aqueduct or so much thereof as shall be 
opened, together with all such dirt, gravel or other material 
thrown therefrom as shall be in or upon any street, lane, alien- 
or other public place in this town ; which fence shall be con' 



1 1 2 TOWN BY-LAWS. 

tinued daring the time such drain or aqueduct shall be open as 
aforesaid. And a lighted lantern, or some other proper and 
sufficient light, shall be fixed to some part of such fence or in 
some other proper manner, over such drain or aqueduct, and the 
dirt, gravel or other material taken from the same, and so kept 
from the beginning of twilight of the evening through the 
whole night, and be continued every evening and night during 
all the time such drain or aqueduct as shall be open or undergo- 
ing repair. And whoever shall be guilty of a breach of any 
provision of this section, shall forfeit and pay for each offence a 
sum not exceeding five dollars. 

SECTION IV. 

REGULATIONS WHEN A PART OF THE STREET IS WANTED FOR 
THE PURPOSE OF BUILDING OR REPAIRING. 

Whenever any person or persons, being about to erect any 
building upon land abutting on any of the highways, streets, lanes 
or other public places or squares in this town, or to repair any 
building so abutting, shall wish to make use of any part of the 
said highway, street, lane or other public place or square, he or 
they shall make application to one or more of the street commit- 
tee, who shall have authority to set off or allot such part or por- 
tion of the street, or other public place aforesaid, thereunto ad- 
joining, as they in their discretion shall think necessary and 
sufficient for the purpose ; and the said person or persons shall 
use no part of said street or other public place aforesaid, other 
than such part so allotted and set off as aforesaid, for the de- 
posite of materials for such building or repairing or of any rub- 
bish occasioned thereby. And all rubbish thereby occasioned 
shall be removed and carried away at the expense of the person 
or persons so building or repairing, within such convenient time 
as the street committee may direct. And any person offending 
against any of the provisions of this section, shall forfeit and pay 
for such offence a sum not exceeding five dollars. Provided 
nevertheless, that no part of any street or other public place shall 
be set off or allotted for a longei time than thirty days upon any 
one application. 

SECTION V. 

NO OBSTRUCTION TO BE PLACED ON STEPPING STONES. 

No person or persons shall place or cause to be placed, any 
carriage of any description whatsoever, or any obstruction of any 
kind, upon or across any of the flag or stepping stones laid for 



TOWN BY-LAWS. 113 

the convenience of foot passengers in this town, under a penalty 
not exceeding five dollars for each offence. 

SECTION VI. 

CORD-WOOD NOT TO REMAIN IN THE STREETS UNNECESSARILY. 

No owner of Cord- Wood or other fire wood shall permit or 
suffer the same unnecessarily to he and remain in any of the 
streets, highways, lanes or other public places in this town, after 
dark in the evening. And in case the same must of neccessity 
so remain, the said owner shall cause a sufficient light to be 
placed and kept over or near the same throughout the whole of 
the night, so as to give sufficient notice to all the inhabitants — 
nor shall any such wood, at any time, by day or by night, be 
suffered to lay or remain in any street, highway or other public 
place or square in the town, so as unnecessarily to encumber 
the same, nor shall the said wood be suffered to remain in said 
streets or other public places more than twenty-four hours at 
any one time; and whoever shall violate any of the provisions 
of this section, shall forfeit and pay for each offence a sum not 
exceeding five dollars. 

SECTION VII. 

FIRE-WOOD NOT TO BE SAWED OR PILED ON SIDE-WALKS- 

No person shall saw or cut any fire wood or cause the same 
to be sawed, cut or piled upon the foot or side walks of any of 
the highways, streets or lanes of this town, under a penalty not 
exceeding three dollars for each offence. 
SECTION VIII. 

GAMES WHICH ARE NOT TO BE PLAYED IN THE STREETS. 

No person shall play at ball, fly a kite, or slide down hill 
upon a sled, or play at other game so as to incommodate peace- 
able citizens or passengers, in any street, highway, lane or pub- 
lic place in this town, under a penalty not exceeding one dollar 
for each offence. 

SECTION IX. 

RELATING TO STEPS AND PLATFORMS IN THE STREETS. 

No person shall project any steps in front of his or her house, 
or other building or lot of land into any street, lane, alley, pub- 
lic square or place in the town, or suffer any steps so projected 
to remain more than one foot from the front of said house or 
building or lot of land. Nor shall any person construct, raise 
or continue any cellar door platform above the even surface of 
the side walk, under a penalty for either offence of the sum of 
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114 TOWN BY-LAWS. 

two dollars — and a further penalty of two dollars for each and 
every week that said step or platform shall be suffered to re- 
main so projected or raised, after an order for the removal there- 
of, by the street committee of said town. 

SECTION X. 

NO GOODS, WARES OR MERCHANDISE TO BE SUSPENDED IN THE 

STREETS. 

If any person shall, for any purpose whatever, intentionally 
place or cause to be placed, or suspended, or cause to be suspend- 
ed from any house, shop, store, lot or place, on or over any 
public highways, street, lane or alley in this town, any goods, 
wares or merchandise whatever, so that the same shall extend 
or project from the Avail in front of said house, store or shop, lot 
or place, more than one foot towards or into the street, lane, 
highway or public place aforesaid, the person so offending 
shall forfeit and pay the sum of one dollar for every offence. 
SECTION XL 

THE STREETS NOT TO BE ENCUMBERED. 

If any person or persons shall place, or cause to be placed, 
any trunk, bale, box, crate, cask, or any package, article or 
thing whatever, on or over any part of any public street, lane 
or alley in this town, except as is provided in the last preced- 
ing Section, and shall suffer the same to remain more than three 
hours, or more than thirty minutes after notice to remove the 
same, given by one or more of the street Committee, the person 
or persons so offending shall forfeit and pay the sum of one dol- 
lar for every such offence : Provided, that nothing herein con- 
tained shall extend to any goods, wares, or merchandize placed 
in any street, lane, or alley for the purpose of being sold at 
Auction, previous to and during the time of sale. 
SECTION XII. 

STREET DIRT NOT TO BE TAKEN WITHOUT LIBERTY. 

No person shall take any street dirt or manure from any 
street, lane, highway, or public place of the town, without liber- 
ty first obtained from the " Surveyor of highways" and the 
Chairman or two other members of the board of "Overseers 
of the Poor,-' under the penalty of two dollars for each and 
every offence. 

SECTION XIII. 

SIGNS NOT TO PROJECT INTO THE STREETS. 

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house or lot, which shall project into any of the streets of the 
town more than one foot beyond the front of his or her house 
or lot, or which, at its lowest part, shall be less than eight feet 
in height above the sidewalk or street, under a penalty of four 
dollars for such offence, and the like penalty for every week it 
shall remain after an order given by one or more of the street 
( Jommittee. 

SECTION XIV. 

PROVISIONS FOR AWNINGS AND SHADES. 

It shall be lawful for any person to place and fix awnings 
and shades made of cloth, before his or her house, shop, or store, 
in any street in the town, conforming as nearly as may be to the 
outer line of the sidewalk, and to cause such awnings or shades 
ro be safely fixed and supported in such a manner as not to in- 
terfere with passengers, so that the lowest part thereof shall be 
at no time less than seven feet in height above the sidewalk or 
street under the same. 

SECTION XV. 

CARTS, &C. NOT TO STAND IN THE STREETS EXCEPT AS PROVID- 
ED IN SECTION SIXTEENTH. 

No person having the care of any cart or other vehicle shall 
stand with the same in any of the streets, lanes, alleys, or other 
public places of the town, except as is provided in the next sec- 
tion, under a penalty not exceeding five dollars. 

SECTION XVI. 

STANDS TO BE PROVIDED FOR CARTS, TRUCKS AND OTHER VEHI- 
CLES. 

The street committee shall appoint suitable places in the town 
as stands for the use of persons bringing fire wood, stones, or 
lumber into the town for sale; and also, if in their opinion the 
comfort and convenience of the public require, they shall ap- 
point places for truckmen to stand with their vehicles, and for 
persons who may expose for sale in carts, wagons, or other ve- 
hicles, any other articles than those above enumerated : and 
said committee shall give due notice of such places, by causing 
notifications thereof to be posted up in this and the adjoining 
towns : and all persons who shall, after such stands shall be 
appointed and notice given as aforesaid, occupy with their cart, 
truck, or other vehicle for the purposes aforesaid, any other 
places than those provided by said committee, shall forfeit and 
pay a penalty not exceeding five dollars for each offence. 



116 TOWN BY-LAWS. 

SECTION XVII. 

CARRIAGES NOT TO EE DRAWN ON THE SIDE WALKS. 

No person shall wheel or draw any hand cart, wheelbarrow, 
or hand sled or other carriage upon any sidewalk within the 
town under a penalty not exceeding five dollars for every offence. 
SECTION XVIII. 

TEAMS NOT TO BE DRIVEN ON THE SIDE-WALKS OR AGAINST 
CURBING STONES. 

No team or any part thereof or any vehicle, shall be driven 
upon any sidewalk, or against the curbing stones thereof, except 
for the purpose of entering or approaching the premises of any 
individual fronting on the streets or highways, or to which no 
other convenient access exists, under a penalty not exceeding 
five dollars ; and all injury done by passing on or over the side- 
walk shall be replaced at the expense of the individual causing 
the same. 

SECTION XIX. 

FURIOUS DRIVING. 

Any person who shall drive any horse or carriage furiously 
through the highways, streets or lanes of this town to the dan- 
ger of the citizens, shall for each offence pay a penalty of not 
exceeding twenty dollars for each offence. 
SECTION XX. 

DISFIGURING FENCES OR BUILDINGS. 

Any person who shall intentionally disfigure any fence or 
building in this town, or wantonly write or draw thereupon ob- 
scene words or pictures, shall pay a penalty not exceeding fif- 
teen dollars for each offence. 

SECTION XXI. 

NOISY ASSEMBLAGES. 

Each and every boy or other person, who shall be concerned 
in any assemblage which shall by its noise disturb the quiet of 
any neighborhood, or in any way annoy the passengers in the 
highways, streets or lanes of this town, shall pay a penalty of 
not more than five dollars for each offence. 
SECTION XXII. 

STACKING AND SPREADING FISH. 

No fish shall be stacked or spread for the purpose of making 
manure or manuring land in said town, within the following lim- 
its, to wit : the south line of Hayden CoggeshalPs farm, north ; 
the Abraham Ricketson house (so called) near Clark's Cove, 



TOWN BY-LAWS. 117 

south ; and from the river west to the Dartmouth line ; and any 
person or persons offending against the provisions of this section 
shall pay a penalty of not exceeding ten dollars for each offence. 

SECTION XXIII. 

OPERATION OF BY-LAWS CONFIXED TO A CERTAIN PART OF THE 

TOWN. 

No penalty shall attach to any violation of the foregoing by-laws 
excepting that contained in the twenty-second section, unless the 
offence shall have been committed within that part of the town of 
New Bedford comprehended between the north end of Ray street, 
and the south line of South street, or of a liue drawn easterly to 
the river, and westerly to the Dartmouth line from the north end 
of the first named street and in continuation of the south line of 
the other. 

SECTION XXIV. 

COSTS OF PROSECUTION TO BE PAID IN ADDITION TO THE PENALTY 

In all cases where a penalty shall be incurred by any person 
for any violation of the by-laws of said town, the said person 
shall be further liable to the costs of prosecution. 
SECTION XXV. 

PENALTIES TO BE PAID TO THE TOWN TREASURER. 

All penalties that may be recovered for the breach of the for- 
going by-laws shall be paid to the town treasurer, and placed by 
him to the account of the fund to meet the incidental expenses of 
the town. 

SECTION XXVI. 

STREET COMMITTEE TO BE APPOINTED BY THE SELECTMEN. 

The Selectmen shall appoint two or more suitable persons to 
constitute a street Committee, who shall hold their offices dur- 
ing the year for which the Selectmen making the appointment 
shall be chosen (unless sooner removed by them) and until oth- 
ers shall be appointed in their places. Said Committee shall 
perform all the duties assigned them by the by-laws of the town ; 
and in addition thereto it shall be obligatory upon them to see 
that said by-laws are enforced, and to prosecute for all offences 
against the same ; and they shall be entitled to such compensa- 
tion for their services as the Selectmen may consider proper ; 
but no prosecution for any breach of the provisions of the fore- 
going by-laws shall be sustained unless the same shall be 
commenced within six months after the offence shall have been 
committed. 

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118 TOWN BY-LAWS. 

TO RESTRAIN DOGS FROM RUNNING AT LARGE, 

PASSED JULY 13, 1831. 

1st. The Selectmen annually, as soon after their election to the 
office of Selectmen as maybe, shall appoint, and they are here- 
by authorized and empowered to appoint, some suitable person, 
Avho shall give sufficient security for the faithful discharge of the 
duties of his office, to be Register of Dogs, who shall annually 
account to the Selectmen for all fines and taxes collected by him 
as hereafter provided ; and who shall receive, as a full compen- 
sation for all services hereinafter named, the sum of Fifty Dol- 
lars annually. And the Selectmen shall, on or before the eigh- 
teenth day of this current month, appoint some suitable person to 
be Register of Dogs as aforesaid, to hold his office until the an- 
nual appointment as above. 

2d. No dog belonging to any inhabitant of said town shall go 
at large within the limits of said town, between the first day of 
June and the thirtieth day of September annually. 

3d. No dog belonging to any such inhabitant, shall go atlarge 
within the limits of said town at any other season of the year, un- 
less the owner of such dog shall be licensed to permit such dog 
to go at large as aforesaid, in the manner hereinafter provided. 
4th. The Register of Dogs in said Town may grant a li- 
cense to any inhabitant of said Town, for his or her dog to goat 
large within the limits of said town at all seasons of the year, 
excepting the months above named, upon the condition that such 
dog shall wear a collar with the owner's name and the word 
"Licensed" distinctly marked thereon. And every person pro- 
curing such license, shall pay therefor the sum of Two Dollars. 

5th. Any person permitting his or her dog to go at large in 
said Town, in violation of either of the aforesaid By-Laws, shall 
forfeit and pay a sum of Ten Dollars for each and every offence. 
6th. That it shall be the duty of the Register aforesaid, and 
he is hereby requested, rigidly to enforce the aforesaid provis- 
ions, and to prosecute for every violation thereof which shall 
come to his knowledge. 

7th. That the said Register be authorized to offer a reward 
of Fifty Cents for the destruction of each and every dog found 
going at large contrary to the provisions of the foregoing By- 
Laws, and that he pay the same from the sums paid for licenses 
as aforesaid, from fines which may be paid for a violation of 
said By-Laws, or from any money in the Treasury under the 
direction of the Selectmen. 



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ORDINANCES FOR THE PRESERVATION OF THE 
TOWN FROM FIRE. 

PASSED DECEMBER 23d, 1834. 

Ordinance First. No person shall be permitted to carry 
fire, fire brands, lighted matches, or any other ignited material, 
in the streets or thoroughfares of the Village of New-Bedford, 
unless the same shall be contained in an earthern or metallic 
vessel, with an earthern or metallic cover. Every person who 
shall violate the provisions of this Ordinance, shall, for each 
and every offence, forfeit and pay the sum of Twenty Dollars. 

Ordinance Second. If any person within the limits of said 
Village of New Bedford, shall erect or maintain any defective 
chimney, hearth, oven, stove, stove pipe, fire frame, furnace or 
other fixture, deposite for ashes, or shall keep within their 
premises any mixture which may produce spontaneous com- 
bustion, each and every person so offending shall forfeit and 
pay for each and every offence, a penalty of Twenty Dollars. 

Ordinance Third. Whenever any person, within the limits 
of such village, shall permit such quantities of shavings to ac- 
cumulate on the premises owned or occupied by him, as in the 
opinion of any one of the Fire Wards who may be called upon to 
view the same, shall be considered as endangering the safety of 
the town, it shall be the duty of the owner or occupant of said 
premises, forthwith to remove such accumulation, when request- 
ed so to do by the Fire Ward who has made the examination ; 
and if, upon such notice being given, the person notified shall 
not within forty-eight hours thereafter comply with it, he shall 
forfeit and pay a penalty of Twenty Dollars. 

Ordinance Fourth. It shall be the duty of any Fire Ward, 
to whom complaint may be made that an offence against either 
of the regulations contained in the foregoing Ordinance has 
been committed, to enter the premises where the said erection or 
accumulation is kept or maintained, and examine the same ; 
and for this purpose he shall have free access to the premises 
complained against; and if the owner or occupant shall hin- 
der or obstruct the said Fire Ward in the examination of said 
premises, he or she shall forfeit and pay a penalty of Twenty 
Dollars. 

Ordinance Fifth. Whenever a violation of the foregoing 
Ordinances shall come to the knowledge of either of the Mem- 
bers of the Board of Fire Wards, he shall give notice thereof to 



120 TOWN BY-LAWS. 

the Town Clerk in writing, if in his opinion a prosecution is 
required, that the person offending may be prosecuted according 
to law. 

Ordinance Sixth. By the "Village of New-Bedford," when- 
ever used in the foregoing Ordinances, shall be understood that 
part of the Town of New Bedford comprehended between the 
north side of Willis street and the south side of South street, or of 
a line drawn easterly to the river, or westerly to the Dartmouth 
line, in continuation of the north line of the first named street 
and the south line of the other. 



ORDINANCE IN RELATION TO THE KEEPING 
OF GUNPOWDER. 

PASSED JUNE 3d, 1 836. 

No gunpowder shall be kept in any place within the limits 
of New Bedford, unless the same shali be well secured in tight 
casks or cannisters ; and no gunpowder above the quantity of 
fifty pounds, shall be kept or deposited in any shop, store, or other 
building or in any ship or vessel which shall be within the dis- 
tance of twenty -Jive rods from any other building or wharf: and 
no gunpowder above the quantity of twenty-five pounds shall be 
kept or deposited in any shop, store or other building within ten 
rods of any other building : and no gunpowder above the quan- 
tity of one pound shall be kept or deposited in any shop, store or 
other building within ten rods of any other building in such town 
unless the same be well secured in copper, tin or brass cannis- 
ters holding not exceeding five pounds each, and closely cover- 
ed with copper, brass, or tin covers. It shall be the duty of the 
Selectmen under the direction and at the expense of the town, to 
provide a suitable place where gunpowder may be kept and de- 
posited, and they shall make such regulations for the govern- 
ment of those who may avail themselves of the privileges of the 
place thus designated as they may consider necessary. 



CERTAIN MUNICIPAL REGULATIONS OF 
POLICE. 

From the Revised Statutes of the Commonwealth — Chap. 58. 

THEATRICAL EXHIBITIONS AND PUBLIC SHOWS. 

Section 1. The Selectmen of any town may at any meeting 
h^ld for that purpose license all theatrical exhibitions, public 



TOWN BY-LAWS. 121 

shows and exhibitions of any description, to which admission as 
obtained on payment of money, upon such terms and conditions 
as they shall think reasonable, and may regulate the same in 
such a manner as they shall think necessary for the preservation 
of order and decorum, and to prevent the interruption of the pub- 
lic peace : provided, that no such license shall be in force for a 
longer time, than the time for which such Selectmen shall have 
been elected to office. 

Section 2. Any person, who shall set up or promote any 
such exhibition or show, or shall publish or advertise the same, 
or otherwise aid or assist therein, without license first obtained, 
as provided in the preceding section, or contrary to the terms 
and conditions of such license, or while the same is suspended, 
shall forfeit a sum not exceeding two hundred dollars. 

Section 3. Any Justice of the Peace, within his County up- 
on complaint made of any offence against the provisions of the 
preceding Section shall bind over all persons so offending, to 
appear at the next Court of Common Pleas, and shall also require 
such persons to find sureties, for the keeping of the peace and 
being of good behavior, until such term of the Court, and shall 
commit such persons upon their refusing or neglecting to recog- 
nize and find sureties as aforesaid. 

LIVERY STABLES ; SAILMAKERS AND RIGGERS' LOFTS. 

Section 4. If any person shall occupy or use any building 
whatever in anymaratime town for the business or employment 
of a sailmaker or rigger or keeper of a livery stable except in 
such parts of the town as the Selectmen thereof shall direct, he 
shall forfeit a sum not exceeding fifty dollars for every month 
during which he shall so occupy or use such building and in the 
like proportion for a longer or shorter time. 

ROCKETS, SQUIBS AND GUNPOWDER. 

Section 5. If any person shall have in his possession with 
intent to sell or shall offer for sale or shall sell or give away any 
of the fire-works called rockets, crackers,., squibs or serpents 
without first having obtained the license of the Selectmen of the 
town, he shall for every such offence forfeit a sum not exceeding 
ten dollars, to the use of the own in which the offence shall 
have been committed. 

Section 6. If any person shall have in his possession with 
intent to set fire to or shall set fire to any rocket, cracker, squib 
or serpent, or shall throw any lighted rocket, cracker, squib or 



1 22 TOWN BYLAWS. 

serpent within any town without a license of the Selectmen, he 
shall for every offence, forfeit a sum not exceeding ten dollars 
to the use of the town in which the offence shall have been com- 
mitted. 

Section 7. The inhabitants of every town may order that 
no gunpowder shall be kept in any place withm the limits of 
such town unless the same shall be well secured in tight casks 
or cannisters; and that no gunpowder above the quantity of fifty 
pounds shall be kept or deposited in any shop, store, or other 
building or in any ship or vessel which shall be within the dis- 
tance of twenty-five rods from any other building or wharf; that 
no gunpowder above the quantity of twenty-five pounds shall be 
kept or deposited in any ship, store or other building within ten 
rods of any other building ; that no gunpowder above the quan- 
tity of one pound shall be kept or deposited in any shop, store or 
other building within ten rods of any other building in such 
town unless the same be well secured in copper, tin or brass can- 
nisters holding not exceeding five pounds each and closely cov- 
ered with copper, brass or tin covers. 

'Section 8. Upon complaint made to any Justice of the 
Peace by either of the Selectmen or Firewards of any town that 
he has probable cause to suspect and doth suspect that gunpowder 
is deposited and kept within the limits of the town contrary to 
law, such Justice may issue his warrant directed to either of the 
constables of such town, ordering him to enter any shop, store or 
other building or vessel specified in said warrant, and there to 
make diligent search for the gunpowder suspected to have been 
deposited or kept as aforesaid, and to make return of his doings 
to said Justice forthwith. 

Section 9. If any person shall commit either of the offen- 
ces mentioned in the two preceding sections he shall forfeit 
a sum not exceeding twenty dollars to the use of the town to be 
recovered by complaint before any Justice of the Peace ; pro- 
vided that the four preceding sections shall not extend to any* 
manufactory of gunpowder, nor in any case to prevent the 
transportation of gunpowder through any town, or from one 
part of any town to another part thereof. 

DOGS. 

Section 10. The inhabitants of any town may make such 
by-laws concerning the licensing, regulating and restraining of 
dogs going at large as they shall deem expedient, and may affix 



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any penalties not exceeding ten dollars for any breach thereof; 
provided that no such by-law shall extend to any dog not owned 
or kept in such town, and that no person shall be obliged to pay 
more than two dollars annually for any license granted under 
the provisions of this section. 

Section 11. All money received for the several licenses 
mentioned in this chapter in any town, shall be paid to the 
Treasurer for the use of the town. 

Section 12. Every person who shall keep or own any dog 
shall cause to be constantly kept about the neck of such dog a 
collar with the name and place of residence of such owner or 
keeper legibly marked on the same ; and any person may kill 
any dog being without a collar as aforesaid. 

Section 13. Every owner or keeper of any dog shall forfeit 
to any person injured by such dog double the amount of the 
damage sustained by him to be recovered in an action of trespass, 
and in such action, the defendant may plead the general issue, 
and give any special matter in evidence in excuse or justi- 
fication. 

Section 14. Any person may kill any dog that shall sudden- 
ly assault him while he is peaceably walking or riding any 
where out of the enclosure of the owner or keeper of such dog ; 
and any person may kill any dog, that shall be found out of the 
enclosure or immediate call of its owner or keeper, worrying 
wounding or killing any neat cattle, sheep or lambs. 

Section 15. If any person shall be assaulted by any dog in 
manner as aforesaid, or if any dog shall hereafter be found stroll- 
ing out of the enclosure or immediate call of its owner or keep- 
er, and if such person shall, at any time within forty-eight hours 
after such an assault, or the finding of such dog strolling as 
aforesaid, make oath thereof, before any Justice of the Peace for 
the County, or before the Clerk of the town where the owner of 
such dog shall dwell, and shall further swear that he suspects 
such dog to be a dangerous or mischievous dog, and shall give 
notice thereof to such owner or keeper, by delivering him a cer- 
tificate of such oath signed by such Justice or Clerk, the owner 
or keeper of such dog shall forthwith kill or confine the same ; 
and if he shall neglect so to do, for the space of twenty-four 
hours, after notice is given as aforesaid, he shall forfeit the sum 
of ten dollars, to be recovered to the use of the town, on com- 
plaint before any Justice of the Peace. 



124 TOWN BY-LAWS. 

Section 16. If after such notice such dog shall not be killed 
or confined, but shall again be found strolling out of the enclos- 
ure or immediate call of its owner or keeper, any person may- 
kill such dog ; and in any suit brought therefor, the defendant 
may plead the general issue aud give the special matter in evi- 
dence. 

Section 17. If any dog after notice given to the owner or 
keeper, as before provided, shall by any sudden assault, in man- 
ner as aforesaid, wound, or cause to be wounded, any person, or 
shall worry, wound or kill any neat cattle, sheep or lambs, or 
do any other mischief, the owner or keeper shall be liable to pay 
to the person injured thereby treble damage, to be recovered 
with costs, by action of debt. 



DUTIES OF TOWN CLERK AND OF PARENTS IN RELATION TO A REGISTRY 
OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. 

Revised Statute s — Chap. 15 

The town clerk shall keep a record of the births and deaths 
of all persons within his town, and coming to his knowledge : 
and he shall specify in such record, the day of each birth ana 
death, and the names of the parents of such persons, if known. 

Parents shall give notice to the clerk of the town of all the 
births and deaths of their children ; and every householder shall 
give the like notice of every birth and death happening in his 
house ; and the eldest person next of kin shall give notice of the 
death of his kindred; and the keeper of any alms-house, work- 
house, house of correction, prison or hospital, and the master or 
commanding officer of any ship,shall give the like notice of every 
birth and death, happening among the persons under his charge ; 
and every person neglecting to give such notice, for the space of 
six months, after the birth or death shall have happened,, shall 
forfeit to the use of the town a sum not exceeding five dollars. 

FOREIGN PASSENGERS WHO MAY BECOME CHARGEABLE AS FAUPERS. 

Revised Statutes — Chap. 46. 

When any vessel shall arrive at any port or harbor within this 
State, from any port cr place without the same, with alien pas- 
sengers on board, w r ho may become chargeable as paupers, the 
master or commanding officer of such vessel shall, before the said 
passengers or any of them leave such ship or vessel, deposite 
w r ith the mayor and aldermen of the city, or with the selectmen 
of the town, where such alien passengers are to be landed, a 



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complete list of their names, and shall add thereto the name of 
the port qr place, at which such alien passengers were taken 
on board ; and the said master or commanding officer of such 
vessel shall, forthwith, together with one or more of the owners 
of such vessel, if any owner be resident in such city or town, 
enter into a bond, with sufficient sureties, to the city or to the 
inhabitants of said town, (as the case may be) in a penal sum 
not exceeding tw T o hundred dollars, for any alien passenger ; 
with condition to indemnify and save harmless the said city, or 
town (as the case may be) and also the Commonwealth, from all 
expense, wdiich may arise in maintaining, supporting or other- 
wise providing for such alien passengers, during the full term of 
three years then next to come: provided always, that such mayor 
and aldermen, or selectmen, may dispense with the giving of 
such bond, in all cases in which it shall appear to them, that no 
charge or payment or liability as aforesaid is to be apprehended, 
on account of such alien passenger or passengers, within the 
said term of three years ; and provided also, that such bond may, 
at the election of such mayor and aldermen or selectmen, be 
dispensed with in every case, in relation to any alien passenger, 
if the said master, commanding officer, or owner of such vessel, 
shall, before landing of such passenger, pay into the city or town 
treasury (as the case may be) the sum of five dollars for every 
alien passenger, whom he may intend to land. 

If any master or commanding officer of any vessel shall land 
or permit to be landed any alien passenger, contrary to the pro- 
visions of the preceding section, the master or commanding of- 
ficer of such vessel, and the owner or consignee thereof, shall 
forfeit the sum of two hundred dollars, for every alien passenger 
so landed ; provided always, that the provisions aforesaid shall 
not be construed to extend to seamen, sent from foreign places 
by consuls or vice-consuls of the United States. 

If any master or commanding officer of any vessel shall land 
any alien passenger, at any place within this State, other than 
that to which such vessel shall be destined, with intent to avoid 
the requirements aforesaid , such master or commanding officer 
shall forfeit the sum of one hundred dollars for every alien pas- 
senger so landed. 
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BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, 

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JFfg A&s recently furnished his Office with a large assortment 
of new and beautiful type expressly for 

HOUSE KEEPING ARTICLES, 

IN STORE NO. 113 UNION-STREET, BY 

GEORGE TAPPAN, 

AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

A larp;e assortment of WOODEN WARE — OAK AND 
WILLOW BASKETS— CRADLES— WAGONS- 
BRUSHES— CHAIRS, &c. 

Together with every other article usually found in a WOOD- 
EN WARE ESTABLISHMENT. 

LEWIS B. COSTE, 

DEALER IN J^^^AS^ 

HATS, CAPS, GLOVES, FURsJ^STOGks: 

UMBRELLAS, READY MADE LlNEN, &c. 

NO. 8 SOUTH WATER-STREET. 



WILLIAM C. TABER, 

BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, 

AND DEALER IN 

CHARTS AND NAUTICAL IN- 
STRUMENTS, 

NO. 45 UNION-STREET, 

Offers for sale, on good terms, a ^reat variety of ACCOUNT 
BOOKS, English and American STATIONARY, 
SCHOOL and MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, 
CHARTS, NAUTICAL INSTRU- 
MENTS, &c. &c. 

GREENE, GIFFORD & CO. 
DRUG AND MEDICINE STORE, 

NO. 49 UxVION, CORNER OF WATER STREET. 

EDWARD S. CANNON, 

DEALER IN 

HATS. CAPS, GLOVES, UMBRELLAS, 
AND FURS, 

NO. 96 UNION-STREET. 

OLIVER SWAIN, 

DEALER IN 

BOOTS AND SHOES, STOCK AND 

TRIMMINGS, 

AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

NO. S2 UNION-STREET. 

C. RICKETSON & SON, 

MERCHANT TAILORS, 

^ ^p$ ##% <» DEALERS IN 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS. 

Gentlemen) s garments made to order and warranted to fit. 
NO. 7 NORTH WATER-STREET. 



ANCHORS, CHAIN CABLES, &c. 

The Subscriber keeps constantly on hand a full assortment 
of CHAIN CABLES, and also CHAINS of all sizes, cut to 
any length required to suit purchasers. 

— ALSO— 

FLUKE CHAINS, FIN CHAINS, MARTINGALE 
STAYS, BOB STAYS, TILLER CHAINS, TOPSAIL 
SHEETS, TOPSAIL TIES, fitted to order from the Boston 
Chain Manufactory, and manufactured from the best English 
refined Chain Cable Iron. 

ANCHORS of all sizes for Hemp or Chain CABLES : 
WINDLASS NECKS, RAG WHEELS, CAPSTON 
SPINDLES, CAMBOOSE KNEES, HAWSE PIPES, 
CHAIN BOXES, WINDOW WEfGHTS and TRY 
POTS. 

—LIKEWISE— 

CASTINGS of all kinds furnished as usual. 

SCREWS, furnished at short notice, to order, for Candle 
works. 

CAST STEEL SHOVELS by the dozen or single. 
NAILS of assorted sizes, by the cask. 

CAMBOOSES, No. 1 to No. 8 inclusive, with apparatus 
complete. 

DUPONT'S Superior GUN POWDER, and all kinds 
for Sporting, Shipping and Blasting, at wholesale and retail. 

Also, a few Stub Twist FOWLING GUNS, PERCUS- 
SION CAPS, FLINTS, BALLS, Mould and Patent SHOT, 
BALL MOULDS, FLASKS, SHOT BAGS, WAD CUT- 
TERS, GAME BAGS, &c. 

N. B. Should any CHAINS or ANCHORS of any par- 
ticular size be wanted, they will be furnished at short notice by 

JACOB PARKER, 

NO. 15 CENTRAL-STREET, 



NEW BEDFORD FASHIONABLE BOOT 
AND SHOE STORE. 



FREEMAN & CHILDS. 

NO. 95 UNION-STREET. 

Have constantly on hand a large assortment of the best qual- 
ities of Ladies', Misses' and Children's 

SLIPPERS AND SHOES, 

of all the various fashions and styles manufactured, from Este's 
Paris made, to the most common kind. 

— ALSO— 

All kinds of Mens and Boys BOOTS and SHOES of the very 
best qualities, and different kinds. 

F. & C. being Agents for a Boot and Shoe Manufactory* 
have always on hand BOOTS and SHOES at Wholesale, at 
the very lowest Boston prices, and warranted good. 

N. B. BOOTS and SHOES made to measure and war- 
ranted to fit. 

—LIKEWISE— 

repairing done in the neatest and best manner possible. 



iTf 3 Purchasers are respectfully invited to call at No. 95 Union 
street, if they wish to buy a good article at a very low price. 

GEORGE TAPPAN, 

IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 

CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE, 

NO. 113 UNION-STREET. 

ITT LAMPS of all kinds — BRITANNIA WARE. «£d 

TEA TRAYS and CUTLERY, with every article 

usually kept in a CROCKERY 

WARE STORE. 



ENGBAVING 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, AND COPPER PLATE 
PRINTING, DONE AT 

NO. 84 UNION-STREET, 

by JAMES ALMY. 
WILLIAM R. PITMAN, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

GOLD AND SILVER WARE, 

AND DEALER IN 

FANCY GOODS, JEWELERY, CUTLERY, he. 

NO. 68 UNION STREET, 

Opposite E. Thornton & Son's. 

H^Clocks and Watches of every description, repaired 
and warranted. 

JAMES ALMY, 

DEALER IN 

CLOCKS, WATCHES, SILVER 

and FANCY GOODS, 

NO. 84 UNION-STREET. 

CLOCKS, WATCHES, AND MUSIC BOXES, 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, REPAIRED BY 

JAMES ALMY, 

No. 84 UNION STREET. 



B E N J AM IN PITMAN, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

STANDARD SILVER WARE, 

AND DEALER IN 

FANCY GOODS, 

NO. 98 UNION STREET. 

N . NORTHROP, 
MERCHANT TAILOR, 

DEALER IN 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, 

NO. 32 NORTH WATER-STREET, Corner of Central. 

PAYSON &, HURD, 

MERCHANT TAILORS, 

AND DEALERS IN 

STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, 

NO. 16 SOUTH WATER-STREET. 

C. HOOPER & CO. 

Manufacturers of all kinds of 

HATS, CAPS AND STOCKS. 

Umbrellas and Parasols repaired in the best manner, 

NO. 72 UNION STREET,— Opposite E. Thornton %> Sort's, and 
NO. 8 NORTH WATER-STREET. 

HENRY MILLS, 

DEALER IN 

BOOTS, SHOES AND LEATHER, 

NO. 76 UNION-STREET. 

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WILLIAM HOWE, 

BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, AXD BLANKS 
BOOK MANUFACTURER. 

HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND FOR SALE, 

STATIONARY AND FANCY ARTICLES, 

SCHOOL ROOKS, of all kinds in general use. 

MUSICAL INSTtt MRNTS — Being an assortment of Violins, Clarionets, 
Flute* and Fifes — \l < o. Instrur-tion Boo s, Vocal and Instrumental — Violin 
and Bass Viol String— Clarionet Heeds, &c. , 

ACCOUNT BOOKS manufactured at short notice — ruled and boun<| to 
any desired pattern, and of the ve»y best materials. 

BOOK BINDING — Old Books. Pamphlets, Newspapers, &c. buund or 
re-bound, in eveiy variety, on reasonable terms. .' 

CUTLE I-tY— R'dgcrs' Sli#er Steel Razors and Penkiuves — Large and 
small shell, imitation or Horn Combs, for the neck, side, back or pocket. 

(O* Libraries, Schools and others, supplied with articles in the above line, 
wholesale o ret; il on as good terms as at any other Store. 



JAMES WADY, 

DEALER IN 

BOOTS, SHOES, LEATHER AND TRIM- 



MINGS, 



AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, ,• 
N O. 88 UNI ON-ST it C ET— T a o doors east of the Marine Bank i 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND, 

FRENCH SHOES, and other kinds of Dress Shoes, of th.e 
latest fashion, and at. the lowest prices. 



JACOB EATON,, 

DEALER IN 

HATS AND CAPS, 

AT THE OLD STAND' OF E. DILLINGHAM* 

* NO. 16 NORTH WATER-STREET. 

fCp*Hats made to order at short notice. , , 

JOSEPH L. FREEMAN, ' 

IMPORTER OF 

FRENCH PAPER HANGINGS, 

AJSHD BANDBOX MANUFACTURER, 

* \ NO, 97 UNION-STREET. • * *