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Full text of "The Salem directory : containing the city record, schools, churches, banks, societies, etc., names of the citizens, a business directory, general events of the years 1854 and 1855, an almanac for 1857 and a variety of miscellaneous matter"

UNIVERSITY 
OF PITTSBURGH 



Dar. Rm. 
feZs^ 1857 



LIBRARIES 





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HENRY WHIPPLE & SON/"^i 

§00liscller5 & ^himxSr 

190 Essex Street, Salem, 

Ofifer constantly for sale 

A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OE BOOKS, 

In all departments of Literature. 



English, French and American 

STAPLE AND FANCY STATIONERY 

OP ETEUT TAUIETIT. 



DEPOT FOR PERIODICALS 

AND 

PAMPHLETS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 

AND 

SUBSCRIBERS PBOMPTLY FURNISHED AT THE VERY 

LOWEST RATES. 

BIMS SeeSi EiM W iiSlE, 

AND PAGED. 

CHARTS OF ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. 

S0- Nautical "Works of all kinds. _sa 



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99 



CHILSON, GOULD & CO., 
and 101 Blackstone Street, . Boston. 



A CHALLENGE TO THE WORLD! 

CHILSON'S CHILSON'S PATENT 

PATENT TRIO STOVE. Trio Portable Furnace. 




SIX SIZES. 
The Cut of this remarkably econo- 
mical Stove will enable every intelli- 
gent mind to comprehend, at once, 
the grtat economy in fuel secured 
jby this strictly philosophical inven- 
tion. Its extensive use has proved, 
and we can safely icarrant a saving 
\pf fifty per cent, in fuel over any 
other plan of stove known. 



THKEE SIZES. 

This Furnace is the same in principle 
as the Tiio Stove We warrant a saving 
of fifty per cent, in fuel over the com- 
mon Portable Furnaces. It is made of 
substantial, heavy castings, and is not 
liable to rust and burn out, or leak gas. 
as is the case with the common portabli 
furnaces, made partially of sheet iron 

Stoves, F\irnaces, Ranges, 
Mantels, Grates, Registers, 
Ventilators, &c., as usual. 

Special attention given to warming 
and ventilating buildings. 



CHILSON, GOULD & CO. 



99 and 101 Blackstone Street 



. Boston. 



N. & T. H. FROTHINGHAM, 

Nos. 29 & 31 Front Street, Salem, Mass, 

Manufacturers of and Dealers in 

COOKING, PARLOE, OFFICE & STORE STOVES, 

Of the most desirable patterns, in great variety. 

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HOT AIR FURNACES, 

Of the most approved patterns, for heat'ng Public Buildings and Dwellings, with 
Registers. Ventilators, Soap Stones and other fixtuies, necessary ia setting Fur- 
naces, to which we give personal attcn'.ion when requested. 

COOKING RANGES 

Of approved construction, with Hot Air Fixtures, Water Backs, Bath Boilers, &c. 
PENRHYN MARBLE CHIMNEY PIECES, 

Manufactured of Stone, in imitation of the richest tnarbles, such as Egyptian' 
Galway, Spanish, Sienna and other rare and desirable kinds. Aso, Pier Slab* 
and ^helves for Parlors, Chambers. &c., together with Bronzed, Gilt and other 
kinds of Brackets of various patterns furnished to order. 
A large and varied assortment of 

PARLOR AND CHAMBER FRAME GRATES, 

of new and elegant designs. 

A large Stock of Tin Ware constantly on hand, and Tin, Copper and Shee' 
Iron work of uU kinds done to order. . v-ur^i^er auu c-nee. 



r S l^^MtfE C T E Y :^^ 



THE CITY RECORD, 

I SCHOOLS, CHURCHES, BANKS, SOCIETIES, ETC., 
I NAMES OF THE CITIZENS, 

lA BUSINESS DIUECTOHY, 
aenel^^l &ei\H of i(]e tje^i^s 185i ^il^ 1855, 

AN ALMANAC FOE 1857, 



I' VARIETY OF MISCELLANEOUS MATTER. 

BY GEORGE ADAMS, 

(I PUBLISHER OF THE BOSTON DIEECTORT, MASSACHUSETTS REGISTER, ETC. 
j Office, 91 Washixgtox St., Bostox. 

ail 



7 



/ / SALEM: 

^ HENRY WHIPPLE & SON, PUBLISHERS. / 

, ^ 1857. t 

(^ [copyright secured.] (*y. 



PREFACE. 

In presenting this, the eighth edition of the Salem 
Directory, t6 the Citizens, the Publishers believe it will 
exceed in usefulness and interest any previous edition. 

The number of names added is 1686, struck out 1308, 
other changes 1869. 

The number of names in the last edition was 5777, in 
the present 6155, making an increase of 378. 

Thankful for all assistance and encouragement, we offer 
the work, hoping it will meet the wants of its patrons. 

Note.— There are now 6 "Wards in Salem ; South Salem is now 
Ward 5 ; North Salem is Ward 6 ; boundaries of Wards 1, 2, 3 and 4 re- 
maining the same as given on page 48, leaving out South and North 
Salem. 

LIST OF CONTENTS. 



Page. 

Abbreviations, 48 

Advertising Department,follows 252 

Almanac for 1857, 6 

Banks in Salem, 212—214 

British Consular Agent, 212 

Business Directory, 186 

Census of Essex County, 243 

Churches, 208—210 

City Government, 1857, 201 

Clergymen, 188 

Commissioners for other States, 235 
Commissioners of Insolvency,. . 235 
Congressional Districts, 6 and 7, 243 

Counsellors, 189 

Counting-lloom Almanac, 1857, 5 
Counting-Room Almanac, 1858, 30 

Court Sessions, See Calendars 

Custom House, 212 

Courts in Essex County , 234 

Danvers Railroad 240 

Eastern Railroad, 238 

Essex County Officers, 235 

Election in Massachusetts, 247 

Essex Railroad, 239 

Expresses, 240 

Fire Department, 204 

General Events, 1854—5, 31 

Halls, Buildings, &c., 47 



Page. 

Insurance Companies, 215 

Justices of the Peace, 236—237 

Loan Fund Associations, 215 

Masters in Chancery, 235 

Military, 231—234 

Names of the Inhabitants, .... 49 

Newspapers, 229 

Notaries Public, 235 

Odd Fellows and Masons, 229 

Physicians, 196 ' 

Population of Massachusetts, 6 to 29 

Post Office, 211 

Police Court, 237 

Presidential Elections, 243 

Railroads, 238—240 j 

Reading Rooms, 212 j 

Salem and Lowell Railroad, . . . 240 

Savings Banks, 214 

Schools and Teachers, . . . 204— 2U7 
Societies and Companies,. .216 — 231 

Sons of Temperance, 230 

South Reading Branch Railroad, 239 

Stages, 241 

Streets, Courts, and Places, 45 

Taxation in Salem, 242 

Ward Boundaries, 2 and 48 

Wharves, 47 



Index to Advertisements, see Page 249. 



HALLET, DAYIS & CO, 

1 




' MA^^JFACT^EERS OF 

GRAXD, PARLOR C^JRAXD, AXD SQiARE 



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CoDibiniug improvements tliat cannot be found in those of any oilier make, and 
uniting great power and purity of tone willi an easy and elastic action, 

WITH OUR 

PATENT SUSPENSION BRIDGE. 

409 Washington, near Boylston St., 
BOSTON. 




isricHcoLS's 

CELEBRATED 

TAILORINS ESTABLISHMENT 

B o ST o isr. 



The following inducements may entitle it to patronage : — 
A GOOD LIGHT TO SELECT BY. 

AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT TO SELECT FROM. 
A PINE ARTICLE OF READY MADE CLOTHING MAY BE 

OBTAINED. 
DRESSING GOWNS AND BREAKFAST JACKETS IN EVERY 

STYLE. 
THE BEST OP CUTTERS ARE ENGAGED, HUDSON and BEACH 

BEING AT THE HEAD. 
CASH CUSTOMERS AT THIS ESTABLISHMENT ARE NOT 

CHARGED 25 PER CENT. EXTRA TO OFFSET BAD DEBTS. 

rTry Mie once and see if these ihings be true. 

GEO. N. I^riGHOLS. 
EOOMS, No. 96 WASHINGTON STREET, UP STAIRS. 



DAMHELL & MOORE, 

iaok; fob aitl) Carir f riut^r^, 

16 DETONSMIRE ST., BOSTON. 



COUNTraG-HOUSE ALMANAC, 



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Heads, Circulars, Cards, Bills of Lading, Checks and Blanks, 

Of all descriptions, for Mercantile use, 
PRINTED WITH DESPATCH. 




JANUARY, 1857. 





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11 56 


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7 10 5 


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POPUIiATIOK" OP MASSACHUSETTS IN 1855. 

BARNSTABLE COUNTY. 



Barnstable, 
Brewster, .. 
Chatham,.. 

Dennis, 

Eastham, .. 



.4098 
.15l'5 
.•25(;0 
.3407 
. 8U8 



Falmouth, 2(513 

Harwich, SHW) 

Orleans, ]7o4 

Provincetown, SU% 



Sandwich, 4495 

Truro, 1917 

Welllieet 28i5 

Yarmouth, 2592 



MEMORANDA FOR JANUARY, 1857. 


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FEBRUARY, 1857. 





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6 56 6 


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6 54 6 


4 88 


9 40 


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8 24 


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1 28 


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14 


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6 45 6 


11 87 


2 27 


15 


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6 44 6 


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26 


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POPULATION OF BERKSHIKE 


COUNTY, 1855. 




Adams G980 


Lanesboro', 1 


2.^-y 


Sandlsfield 


....1615 






Lee 4 


>2G 
321 


Sa 
Sh 




.... 919 




t 1472 




pffifiW. 




....2624 


Chesh 


irP 1.W2 


Monterey, 


Stockbrid 


ee 


....2058 


Clarksburg, 424 


Mount "Washington, 


344 
1M5 


Tyringham, ... 


710 

....1068 


Sgremont 992 


New Marlboro' 1 


(547 


West Stbckb'rid 


?e,..1736 


Floric 


a, 612 


Otis, 1 

Peru, 


[118 
487 
501 


William stown.. 


2529 


Great 


Bai-rinwJnn S449 


Windsor, 




.... 905 


Hancock, ...?....'... 848 


Pittsfleld 6 






Hinsd 


ale 


1361 


Richmond, 


970 











MEMORANDA FOR FEBRUARY, 1857. 



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6 17 6 
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6 14 6 
6 13 6 
6 11 6 
6 10 6 
6 9 6 
6 7 6 
6 6 6 
6 5 6 



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6 16 
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5 58 7 
5 57 7 
5 55 7 
5 54 7 
5 53 7 
5 51 7 
5 50 7 
5 49 7 
5 48 



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POPULATION OF BRISTOL COUNTY, 1855. 



Attleboro', 5451 

Berkley, 9:^4 

Dartmouth, 3658 

DlEcbton, 17l'>J 

iijst.)!! 2748 

rairhuvca, 4G93 



Fall River, 12680 

Freetown, 1585 

Mansfield 2119 

New Bedford, 20389 

Norton 1894 

Pawtucket, 4132 

Raynham, 1034 



Rehoboth 21071 

Seekonk 2304 ! 

Somerset, 1339 • 

Swanzey, 1407 j 

Taimton, 13750 i 

Westport 2822 | 



DUKES COUNTY, 1855. 
Chilmark, 676 1 Edgartown 1898 | Tisbiny, 182 



MEMOHA^'DA FOR MARCH, 1857. Hi 



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9 

10. 

11_ 

12 



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Thursday 

Friday 

Saturday 

SUNDAY 

Monday 

Tuesday 

Wednesday 

Thursday 

Friday 

Saturday 

SUNDAY 

Monday 

Tuesday 

Wednesday 

Thursday 

Friday 

Saturday 

SUNDAY 

Monday 

Tuesday 

Wednesday 

Thursday 

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Saturday 

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39 7 
37 7 
36 7 
35 7 
33 7 
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31 7 
30 7 
28 7 
27 7 
26 7 
25 7 
23 7 
22 7 
21 7 
20 7 
18 7 
17 7 
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15 7 
14 7 
13 7 
11 7 
10 7 




POPULATION OF ESSEX COUNTY, 1855. 



Amesbury, 3585 

Andover, 4810 

Beverly 5944 

Boxford, WU 

Bradford, 1372 

Danvers, 4000 

Essex 1668 

Georgetown, 2042 

Gloucester, 8933 

Groveland, 13(i7 

Hamilton, 89G 

Haverhill 7940 



3421 
16081 
15713 



1878 



Ipswich, 

Lawrence,.... 

Lynn, 

Lynniield, ... 
Manchester,., 
Marblehead,.. 

Methuen 2582 

MiddletOD, 880 

Nahant, 1;70 

Newbury 14S3 

Newbury port, 13354 



North Andover, 227fi 

Kockport, 3498 

Kowley, 1315 

Salem, 20934i 

Salisbury, 3185 



1788 



Saugus, 

South Danvers,, 

Swampscott, 13;i5 

Topsfield, 1250 

Wtnham, 10731 

West Nc%Y bury, 1094 



MEMORANDA FOR APRIL, 1857. 13 



9- 
10. 
11- 
12- 

13- 
14. 
15- 
16. 
17- 
18. 
19. 
20- 
21- 
22- 
23. 
24- 
25- 
26- 
2T- 
28. 
29- 
30- 




MAY, 1857. 





D. 


Days of 






Sun 


Moon 


High 






Mo 


week. 






R. &S. 


seta. 


Water. 








_.._ 




h. m. h. 


h. m. 


h. m. 






1 


Friday- 


^, 


a 


5 8 7 


1 30 


4 51 




to 


2 


Saturday 


r^ 


5 7 7 


2 20 


6 2 


^•^ 


. a 


8 


SUNDAY 


fi 




5 6 7 


3 43 


7 21 




o "^ 


4 


Monday 


5 5 7 


3 6 


8 16 


'S s 


la 


5 


Tuesday 


Ti 


5 4 7 


3 27 


9 7 


6 


Wednesday 


^ 




5 3 7 


3 51 


9 47 


^ . 


7 


Thursday 






5 2 7 


4 14 


10 22 


aa 


^-1 


8 


Friday 


2 




5 7 


rises 


10 ab 






9 

10 


Saturday 
SUNDAY 


4 59 8 
4 58 8 


8 V 

9 33 


11 28 
A 1 


■^ >> 


11 


Monday 




4 57 8 


10 39 


88 


o ^ 


u.^ 


12 


Tuesday 


d 
« 


4 56 8 


11 48 


1 15 


^'S 


^,=i 


13 


Wednesday 


-l:?^^^* 


4 55 8 


morn 


1 55 


^^ 


^S 


14 


Thursday 


'2 


•S^ ■ o d 


4 55 8 


U 50 


2 3S 


•« = 


J--^ 


15 


Friday 


^^3ftg 


4 54 8 


1 4 


3 25 


^ I 


«=,^ 


16 


Saturday 


~ 


S g :S Co 


4 53 8 


1 27 


4 21 


<M S 


°^ 


17 


SUNDAY 






4 52 8 


1 50 


5 29 




Ss 


18 


Monday 


■a 


4 51 8 


2 13 


6 48 


o S 


gc 


19 


Tuesday 


"S 


4 50 8 


2 36 


7 55 


gC? 


3 c« 


20 


Wednesday 




4 49 8 


2 59 


9 


^2 


21 


Thursday 


c3 


^.d;^'p^f^' 


4 48 8 


3 22 


9 52 


;5S 




22 


Friday 


4 47 8 


3 44 


10 39 




f^ 


28 


Saturday 


o 


o • . • 


4 46 8 


sets 


11 27 


zfl 


p^ 


24 


SUNDAY 


si mooo 


4 45 8 


9 3 


morn 


W 


<! 


25 


Monday 




4 45 8 


10 1 


12 


■< 


hi 


2H 


Tuesday 


CO 


^ ^"^''^''^''^'' 


4 44 8 


' 10 59 


1 1 


a 




27 


Wednesday 


r- 


4 43 8 


111 58 


1 48 




W2 


28 


Thursday 


lO 


g;::^^^^^ 


4 42 8 


morn 


2 35 


CQ 


Iz; 


V,4 


Friday 


4 41 8 


1 1.- 


8 *^V 


;z 


O 

i 


80 


Saturday 


^^^^^^^ 


4 40 8 


81 


4 15 


o 


31 


SUNDAY 


___S_ 


_ss^^s_ 


4 39 8 


1 1 


5 13 





POPULATION OF FRANKLIN COUNTY, 1855. 



Ashfield, 1?.42 

Bernardston i»08 

Bucldand, 1614 

Charlemont, 1113 

Coleraine, 1G(H 

Conway, 1784 

Deerfleld, 27(58 

Gill, 733 

Greenfield, 2945 



Hawley, 774 

Heath 741 

Irving 471 

Leverett, 982 

Leyden, 653 

Monroe, 217 

Montague, 1509 

New Salem, 1221 

Northfield 1951 



Orange, 1753 

Rowe, GOl 

Shelburne, 1401 

Shutesburv 939 

Sunderland, 839 

Warwick, 1002 

AVendell, 7.38 

Whately, 1052 



MEMORANDA FOR MAY, 1857. 15 



o_ 

4_ 

5_ 

6_ 

7_ 

8_ 

9_ 

10_ 

11_ 

12_ 

13 

14_ 

15- 

16_ 

17- 

18- 

19_ 

20- 

21- 

22- 

23- 

24- 

25- 

26- 

27- 

28- 

29- 

30- 




JUNE, 1857. 





T). 




Mo 


U) 


1 


.a 


2 


o S 


3 




4 

5 


sa 


*j a 


« 


=5^ 


7 




K 


^^ 


9 


i^ 


iU 

n 




12 
13 


^'~' 


14 


"•^ Jif 


15 


n^^ 


16 




17 




Sc? 


18 


a-g 


19 


s a 


20 




21 




22 


» 
^ 


28 
24 


a 


25 


PM 


26 


WJ 


27 


z 


m 


O 
O 


29 


g 


30 



Monday 

Tuesday 

Wednesday 

Thursday 

Friday 

Saturday 

SUNDAY 

Monday 

Tuesday 

Wednesday 

Thursday 

Friday 

Saturday 

SUNDAY 

Monday 

Tuesday 

Wednesday 

Thursday 

Friday 

Saturday 

SUNDAY 

Monday 

Tuesday 

Wednesday 

Thursday 

Friday 

Saturday 

SUNDAY 

Monday 

Tuesday 



3 
(3 



^ c o 

o JS C 

.(^ . 



^3 d ''^ 






u-s i I g 



OOGCr-H,-! (M 



b. m. b. 

4 39 8 
4 39 8 
4 38 8 
4 38 8 
4 37 8 
4 37 8 
4 37 8 
4 36 8 
4 36 8 
4 36 8 
4 36 8 
4 36 8 
4 36 8 
4 35 8 



4 35 8 
4 35 8 
4 35 8 
4 35 8 
4 35 8 
4 35 8 
4 35 8 
4 35 8 
4 35 8 
4 35 8 
4 35 8 
4 35 8 
4 35 8 
4 35 8 
4 36 8 
4 38 8 



Moon 


High 


sets. 


Water. 


h. m. 


b. m. 


1 27 


6 14 


1 47 


7 17 


2 7 


8 14 


2 27 


9 5 


2 48 


9 49 


3 51 


10 27 


rises 


11 6 


6 26 


11 44 


7 11 


A 24 


7 56 


1 3 


8 41 


1 41 


9 26 


2 23 


10 11 


3 3 


10 57 


3 50 


11 55 


4 46 


morn 


5 53 


1 1 


7 9 


1 31 


8 24 


2 3 


9 31 


2 40 


10 26 


sets 


11 18 


8 48 


morn 


9 11 


6 


9 35 


53 


9 58 


1 32 


10 22 


2 12 


11 2 


2 51 


11 47 


3 31 


morn 


4 15 


3 


5 12 



H'fl 

ga 

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o s 
go? 

CO 



POPULATION OF HAMPDEN COUNTY, 1855. 



Ap;awam, 154^ 

Blandford, 1271 

Brimfleld, 1343 

Chester 1255 

Chicopee, 7576 



Holyoke 4C)39 

I^ongmeadow, 1348 

Ludlow 11»] 

Monson, 2942 

Montgomery, 413 



Granville, 1316 I Palmer 4012 

Holland 392 1 Eussell 07'^ 



Southwick lino 

Springfield 13788 

Tolland, 603 

Wales, 713 

Westfield 4575 

West Springfield,.... 2090 
ham 



WUbrah 



i;032 



MEMORANDA FOE, JUNE, 1857. 17 



2_ 
3- 
4- 
5_ 
6_ 
7- 
8- 
9 
10. 
Il- 
ls, 
13_ 
14- 
15- 
16_ 
17- 
18- 
19_ 
20. 
21_ 
22- 
23- 
24. 
25- 
26. 
27. 
28. 
29. 
30 




JULY, 1857. 





B. 


Days of 


COURTS. 


Sun 


Moon 


High 1 




Mo 


week. 






sets. 










h. m. h. 


h. m. 


h. m.i 




1 


Wednesday 




4 86 8 


20 


6 9, fl 


bn 


ti 


Thursday 




4 36 8 


1 48 


7 15 1 




y 


Iriday 




4 37 8 


1 26 


8 20, ^§ 


Mg 


4 


Saturday 




4 87 8 


2 9 


9 16' .s ^ 




6 


SUNDAY 


§ 


4 37 8 


2 58 


10 6 g^ 




6 


Monday 


4 38 8 


3 37 


10 50, o . 

11311 a| 


3| 

rt r-^ 


7 


Tuesday 


H. 


4 38 8 


rises 


a 


Wednesday 


4 89 8 


8 80 


A lO; A<^ 




y 


Thursday 


t^-H 


4 40 8 


9 


49; 1^ 


^^ 


10 


Friday 


rj J^ 


4 40 8 


9 81 


1 24! ^^ 


•^ t^ 


11 


Saturday 


l-^ -S 


4 40 8 


10 2 


2 o! ;«>: 


r-l d" 


lii 


SUNDAY 




4 41 8 


10 85 


2 37; ^-g 




18 
14 


Monday 
Tuesday 


^•o 


4 41 8 

4 42 8 


11 30 
mom 


3 19 ^^ 

4 10 2i 


,a'-< 


15 


Wednesday 


M 


4 43 8 


18 


5 16| »=^ 


'■^ 


16 


Thursday 


1^ 


4 48 8 


55 


6 36! ^1 


d'^ 


17 


Friday 


4 44 8 


1 82 


8 *! iu 


>^^ 


18 


Saturday 


S « 


4 45 8 


2 9 


9 20! §1 


gc? 


19 


SUNDAY 


^3 


4 45 8 


2 46 


10 20| g^ 


5 "m 


20 


Monday 


4 46 8 


3 26 


11 ll! |2 


E^a 


21 


Tuesday 


. 


4 47 8 


sets 


11 55! I^S 




22 


Wednesday 


o p; 


4 48 8 


8 48 


morn] ^-v— • 


!» 


28 


Thursday 




4 48 8 


9 12 


34! m 


P^ 


24 


Friday 


Hs* O 


4 49 8 


9 36 


1191 g 


^ 


25 


Saturday 


an o 


4 50 8 


10 


142! ^ 


K 


26 


SUNDAY 


4 51 8 


10 20 


2 15! S 


Ph 


27 


Monday 


r£^ ^ 


4 52 8 


10 41 


2 511 ^ 


5P 


28 


Tuesday 


l>. CO 


4 53 8 


11 


3 16! ^ 


12; 


29 


Wednesday 




4 54 8 


11 25 


4 131 g 


>=; 


80 


Thursday 


;3 s 


4 55 8 


11 56 


5 10l § 


a 


81 


Friday 


4 56 8 


morn 


6 19' i 



POPULATION OF HAMPSHIRE COUNTY, 1855. 



Amherst 2937 

Belchertown, 2698 

Chesterfield, 950 

Cummiugton, 1004 

Easthampton, loSfJ 

Enfield, 10.% 

Goshen, 471 

Grauby, 1001 



Greenwich 803 

HacUev 1928 

Hatfield, 1162 

Huntington, 1172 

Middlefleld, 677 



Prescott, 643 

South Hadley 20.51 

Southampton, 1195 

Ware, 3498 

Westhampton 670 

Northampton, 5819 i Williamsburg 18:31 

Pelham, 789 I Wortluugton, 1112 

Plainfield 652 





MEMOKANCA FOR JULY, lSo7. 


H 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


1^ 


1,^ 


14 


, 1.^ 


! 16 


1 -^^ 
17 




i 
1 


i 1« 


IQ 


^0 


9,1 


1 ^'^i 


2.q 


24 


^/S 


9i^ 


27 


9R 


29 


p.n 








AUGUST, 1857. 





D. 






Sun i Moon 


High 






Mo 

1 


week. 




R. & S. ! Bets, 
h. m. h. h. m. 
4 57 8 14 


Water, 
h. m. 

7 37 






Saturday 






;5 


2 


SUNDAY 




4 58 8 


44 


8 50 


a Q 


8 


3 


Monday 




4 59 8 


1 3 


9 46 


§a 


n S3 


4 


Tuesday 




5 7 


2 45 


10 34 


SS 


^rr, 


5 


Wednesday 




5 1 V 


rises 


11 16 


^'d 


?.^ 


6 


Thursday 




5 2 7 


8 '6\ 


11 54 


*a H 


7 


Friday 




5 3 7 


9 4 


A 2S 






8 


Saturday 


/"N 


5 4 'i 


9 33 


1 3 




a"^ 


9 


SUNDAY 


rt 


5 5 7 


lU b 


1 37 


^g 


^g 


10 


Monday 


>. 


5 6 7 


10 20 


2 14 


^'-' 




11 


Tuesday 


O 


5 7 7 


10 56 


2 55 


'^ & 


-^' 


12 


Wednesday 




5 8 V 


11 40 


3 46 


>,'a 


bjd 


13 


Thursday 


^''T3 OJ 


5 9 7 


morn 


4 54 


^^ 


•^^ 


14 


Friday 


111 


5 10 7 


'/ 


6 24 


jn ti 




15 


Saturday 


5 11 7 


51 


7 59 


05 ." 


va f^ 


16 


SUNDAY 


s § 1 


5 12 7 


1 52 


9 16 




§"1 


17 


Monday 




5 13 7 


2 53 


10 13 


a ^ 


18 


Tuesday 


5 14 7 


3 52 


10 59 


O 3 


go? 


19 


Wednesday 




5 15 V 


sets 


11 97 


go? 


=2-S 


20 


Thursday 


, 


5 16 7 


7 22 


morn 


S^ 


An 


21 


Friday 


^^^ 


5 18 7 


7 44 


9 


^rk 




9,9, 


Saturday 


^66 


5 19 7 


8 6 


25 




wj 


23 


SUNDAY 


5 20 7 


8 28 


1 10 


m 


^ 


24 


Monday 


c3qc5 


5 22 7 


8 50 


1 40 


Ec) 


-< 


25 


Tuesday 


5 23 7 


y 12 


2 la 


<(J 


td 


26 


Wednesday 


-^-^"i 


5 24 V 


9 33 


2 49 


^ 


fH 


27 


Thursday 


S^::; 


5 25 7 


10 9 


3 31 


Oi 


ai 


28 


Friday 




5 26 7 


10 45 


4 2'1 


DQ 


« 


29 


Saturday 


be bX) tiD 


5 27 7 


11 21 


5 35 


g 


o 


30 


SUNDAY 


Si ^ 3 


5 29 7 


mom 


6 Wr. 


(-) 


31 


Monday 


«< 


5 30 7 


50 


8 16 


s 



POPULATION OF MIDDLESEX COUNTY, 18.55. 



Acton 

Ashby,... 
Ashland,. 



BiUerica, 

Boxboro', 

Brighton, .... 
Burlington,.. 
Cambridge,.. 

Carlisle, 

Charlestown, 
Chelmsford, 
Concord, ... 



1678 
1176 
1308 

086 
1772 

413 

564 
20473 
630 
21742 
2140 
2251 



Dracut ,. 19(;fi 

Dunstable,... 5?>3 
Framingham, 4G76 

Groton, 2745 

HoUiston,.... 2894 
Hopkinton,.. 3934 
Lexington,... 2549 

Lincoln, 721 

Littleton, .... 985 

Lowell 37553 

Maiden, 4591 

Marlboro',.... 4288 
Medford, 4605 



Melrose, 1976 

Natick, 4138 

Newton 6768 

N. Reading,.. 1050 
Pepperell,.... 1705 

Reading, 2522 

Sherborn,.... 1071 

Shirley, 1479 

Somerville, . . 5806 
S.Reading,... 2758 
Stoneham,... 2518 
Stow 



Sudbury, .... 1673 



Tewksbury,. 
Town send, . 



1719 
2096 
714 



Tvngsboro' 
"Waltham,.;.. 6049 
Watertown,.. 3578 

Wayland 1178 

W.Cambridge,2670 
Westford,.... 1586 

Weston, 1205 

Wilmington,. 958 
Winchester,.. 1801 
Woburn, 5451 



MEMORANDA FOR AUGUST, 18o7. 


21 


1 1 


2 


3 


4 ! 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


!! 


10 i 


11 1 


1^ 


18 i 


14 j 


15 ! 


16 i 


17 i 


18 


19 


20 


21 1 


22 1 


23 I 


24 1 


25 ! 


26 


27 i 


28 1 


29 i 


30 1 


31 





MEMORANDA FOR SEPTEMBER, 1857. 23 ! 



2- 

3- 

4- 

5_ 

6- 

7- 

8- 

9_ 

10- 

11- 

12_ 

13. 

14. 

15. 

16. 

17 

18 

19- 

20. 

21 

22. 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27. 

28 

29. 

30 




OCTOBEH, 1857. 





T). 




Bio 




1 




2 




3 


^B"3 


4 




5 
6 


^3 


8 


S • 


q 


(Mr-( 


10 


,n >. 


11 


t— 1 -a 


12 


>;-=3 


ly 


s^ 


14 


^vr 


15 

16 




17 




8 s 


18 


Scs' 


19 


gJ 


20 
21 




22 


fn 


2H 


<1 


24 
25 


a 


28 


PLi 


27 


m 


28 


» 


29 






30 


S 


81 



Days of 


COURTS. 


W66k. 




Thursday 


GO 


Friday 


H 5=" 


Saturday 


« ^% 


SUNDAY 


■S "g ^0 


Monday 


^ -r; ■? « 


Tuesday 


§ _o 55 » 


Wednesday 


-M ^^^ W^ <U 


Thursday 


§-s ._ .-s-^^ 


Friday 


^15,^ id ^'--fiS 


Saturday 
SUNDAY 


ri^PlhH 


Monday 


•p-e^l^-fHc*^ 


Tuesday 




Wednesday 


Thursday 


Friday 
Saturday 




SUNDAY 


bc^^-S^ § gpQ^ 


Monday 
Tuesday 


.5 & S is t^ § P ^^3 


Wednesday 


Thursday 
Friday 




Saturday 


SUNDAY 
Monday 


^doidd^cc^-cc 


Tuesday 


..ra:S:S'2-5:S|'S 


^'"ednesday 
Thursday 


^S^S2^gfSS^ 


Friday 


OOOOOCJO^O 


Saturday 


ooocooo 



Sim 


Moon 


High 


R.&8. 


sets. 


Water. 


h. m. h. 


h. m. 


h. m. 


6 11 6 


2 37 


9 42 


6 12 6 


3 53 


10 23 


6 13 6 


rises 


11 20 


6 14 6 


6 37 


11 42 


6 16 6 


7 17 


A 18 


6 17 6 


7 57 


59 


6 18 6 


8 37 


1 43 


6 20 6 


9 17 


2 33 


6 21 6 


9 57 


3 31 


6 22 6 


11 4 


4 43 


6 23 6 


morn 


6 6 


6 25 6 


12 


7 30 


6 26 6 


1 27 


8 34- 


6 27 6 


1 42 


9 24 


6 29 6 


3 57 


10 5 


6 30 6 


5 14 


10 40 


6 31 6 


sets 


11 10 


6 32 6 


5 10 


11 42 


6 33 6 


5 35 


morn 


6 35 6 


6 1 


13 


6 36 6 


6 30 


46 


6 38 6 


7 


1 21 


6 39 6 


8 25 


2 


6 40 6 


9 53 


2 42 


6 41 6 


10 40 


3 30 


6 42 6 


1131 


4 26 


6 44 6 


morn 


5 37 


6 45 6 


20 


6 52 


6 46 6 


1 30 


8 9 


6 47 6 


2 41 


9 4 


6 49 6 


3 58 


9 54 






POPULATION OF PLYMOUTH COUNTY, 1855. 



AbingtoD, 6936 

Bridge water, S:i&i 

Carver, 1205 

Duxbury 2B20 

East Bridge water,,.. 2932 

Halifax 789 

Hanover, 1674 

Hanson, 1231 



Hingham 4256 

Hull, 292 

Kingston, ,.. 1674 

Lakeville, 11»S 

Marion 969 

Marshfield 1876 

Middleboro', 4324 

North Bridgewater,.. 5208 



1000 



Pembroke, 1500 

Plymouth, 

Plynipton, 

Rochester, 

Scituate,, 

South Scituate,... 

Wareham, 

AVest Bridgewater 



POPULATION OF SUFFOLK COUNTY, 1855. 

Boston 160508 I North Chelsea, 

Chelsea, 10151 | Winthrop, 



MEMORANDA FOR OCTOBER, 1857. 251 

1 ~i 

2 

3 

4 . 

5 

6 

7 

8 ~" 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

il7 

18 

19 

20 , ^ 

21 . 

22 
23 

24 

25 
26 

28"" - — ^^^^^^^^^ , 
29 ■ 

30 

31 




NOVEMBER, 1857. 





D 




Mo 




1 


. 


2 


§fl 


3 








5 
6 






a'^ 


8 


co^ 


9 




a 


10 
11 
12 


5-a 


13 


^00 


14 


-^ vr 


15 




16 




17 




So- 


18 


3 ri 


19 

20 




21 




22 


w 


23 


< 


24 


a 


25 


PM 


26 


?* 


27 


12; 


m 


>< 


29 


S 


80 



SUNDAY 

Mod day- 
Tuesday 
Wednesday 
Thursday 
Friday 
Saturday 
SUNDAY 
Monday 
Tuesday- 
Wednesday 
Thursday 
Friday 
Saturday 
SUNDAY 
Monday 
Tuesday 
Wednesday 
Thursday 
Friday 
Saturday 
SUNDAY 
Monday 
Tuesday 
Wednesday 
Thursday 
Friday 
Saturday 
SUNDAY 
Monday 



S OJ ;* S 

ns -u o o 

eC OJ r-H >— I 

!^ fc^ > •►^ 

o o o o 



R. & 8. 



50 
51 
6 52 
6 53 
6 54 
6 55 
6 57 
6 58 
6 59 




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rises. 


h. m. 


rises 


5 13 


6 10 


7 7 


8 4 


9 1 


10 


11 13 


morn 


26 


1 39 


3 3 


4 27 


5 51 


7 17 


sets 


4 9 


6 18 


6 18 


7 17 


8 16 


9 16 


10 15 


11 15 


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29 


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4 11 


5 25 



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9 20 
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Ashburnham, . .2211 

Athol, 2395 

Auburn, 885 

Barre, 2787 

Berlin, 978 

1 Blackstone, 5353 

I Bolton, 12.56 

Boylston, 835 



POPULATION OF WORCESTER COUNTY, 1855. 



Gardner,. 
Grafton, 



21S: 
4-109 

Hardwick, 1.535 

Harvard 1532 

Holden, 2114 

Hubbardston,..1744 

Lancaster 1728 

Leicester, 258!) 



Brookfield, 2ii07iLeominster, . . .3201 

Charlton, 20.59 Lunenburg,.. ..1224 

Clinton, 3(336 Mendon, 1381 

Dana 824 Milford 7489 

Douplas, 2323 Millbury 328(! 

Dudley, 1523 Ne-w Braintrce, 775 

Fitchburg, 6480 Northboro' 1 602 



Northbridge,...2104 
N. Brookfield,..2307 

Oakham, 1062 

Oxford, 2808 

Paxton, 792 

Petersham, 1653 

Phillipston,.... 799 

Princeton, 1317J 

Rovalston 1469' 

Rutland 1101 

Shrewsbury,. .. 16.36 
Southboro', ....1604 
Southbridge,...3429 
Spencer 2527 



Sterling, ... 
Sturbridge,. 
Sutton, . . . . 
Templeton, 

Upton, 

Uxbridge,.. 
Warren,.... 
Webster, . . . 



2187 
.2718 
.2618 



Westboro', 

West Boylston 
W. Brookfield, 
Westminster, . 
Winchendon,. 
Worcester, 



.30681 
.1795: 

.27271 
.3014 
,2310 
,1363 
.1980 
.27471 
222861 



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POPULATION OF MASSACHUSETTS BY COUNTIES IN 1855. 



Barnstable, 35,877 

Berkshire, 52,791 

Bristol, 87,4i5 

Dukes, 4,401 

Essex. 151,167 

Frankun, 31,655 



Hampden, 54,849 

Hampshire, 35,4.':S5 

Middlesex 194,082 

Nantucket, 8,065 

Norfolk, 94,448 



Plymouth, 61,514 

Sutfolk, 171,818 

Worcester, 149,545 

Total, 1,133,120 



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aEOROE AE>AMS, 

DIRECTORY PUBLISHER, 

Wo. 91 Washington Street, Boston. 



aENEKAL EVENTS 



OF THE YEARS 1854 AND 1855. 



JANUAKY, 1S54. ; 

1st. — Steamer Pearl is sunk on; 
the Mississippi river, and ten lives : 
are lost. — News is received of the 
loss of a large number of vessels ^ 
and lives during the severe storm ' 
of the last week of 1853. — Schooner 
Mozelle, of Wellfleet, is wrecked off 
Newport, to-day, and all on board 
perished. — The dock of Pough- 
Iteepsie (N. Y.) Iron Works slid into 
the river, doing damage to the 
amount of 810,000. 

3d. — The steamer General Bern 
is lost on the Mi-sissippi river, fif 
teen of her company are also lost. — 
A sword is presented Gen. Wool by 
Congress. 

4ch. — The General Court of Mas- 
sachusetts convenes at Boston. 
Chas. Edward Cook is chosen Presi- 
dent of the Senate. Otis P. Lord, 
of Salem, i.s chosen Speaker of the 
House. —The steamer Empire City 
from New Orleans runs ashore at 
Biirnegat. — Doug'as introduces his 
Nebraska Bill into the Senate. 

5th. — Theschr. N. H. Gambyll, 
a slaver, arrives at New York a prize 
to the U. S. frigate Constitution, 
off the coast of Africa. -The Leonard 
Mills, North Providence, K. I., are 
destroyt-d bv fire. Loss S6000.— 
A National Poultry Society is organ- 
ized in New York City, P. T. Barnum 
being chosen President. 

7th. — A newspaper called the 
"Citizen," and edited by John 
Mitchell, the Irish patriot, is issued 
at New York. The first edition is 
45,000 copies.— Father Gavazzi sails 
for Europe in the steamer Pacific. - 
Four of the Erie rioters are arrested, 
and Gov. Bigler, of Penn., issues a 
proclamation to the Mayor and Sher- 
iff of Erie, requiring them, if neces- 
sary, to call out the military to se- 



cure obedience to the orders and 
decrees of the U. S. Court. i 

8th. — Metropolitan Hall, and La- 
farge Hotel adjoining, in New York- 
citv, are destroyed by fire. Loss ; 
8700,000. Supposed to be caused , 
by an incendiary. — The Portland: 
(Me.) Custom House is destroyed by 
fire. In the same building were 
also burnt the collection of the 
Natural History Society, valued at 
$25,000, and Law books to the 
amount of 83,000 The contents ol 
the Post Office, in the same build- 
ing, were saved. Total loss 8300, 
000. 

9th.— The Astor Library, founded 
by John J. Astor. for the use of the 
citizens of New York city, is thrown 
open. — The Anniversary of the Bat- 
tle of New Orleans is celebrated by 
a supper at Washington. — A 
Soldiers' Convention is held in Phil- 
adelphia. — Dr. Wm. R. T. Luter- 
ner is murdered in open day in New 
York. 

lOth. — No less than ten vessels 
of various kinds are despatched to 
search for the steamer San Francis- 
co. — A liquor descent is made at 
Fall River, Mass., and three hundred 
barrels seized. 

j 11th. — By concurrent vote, there I 
having been no choice by the people. | 
the Legislature of Massachusetts; 
choose Hon. Emory Washburn, of 
I Worcester, Gov. of Mass., and Wm.\ 
0. Plunkett, of N. Adams, Lieut. I 
Gov. for the year 1854. — The Erie; 
Gauge War terminates, meetings , 
having been held in Erie and Har-, 
bor Creek, and resolutions passed 
to offer no further opposition to the 
repairs of the railroad. — Hon. Thos 
H. Perkins, an opulent and benev- 
olent merchant of Boston, dies 
[ in that city. 
! 12th.— Extensive robberies are dis- 



32 



GENERAL EVEKTS. 



covered in the New York Custom 
llousd. Discoveries are also male 
of smLigslin;^ in New York to the 
amount of .^100,000. 

13th. — Resolute efforts are made 
t^ punish the city of Erie for its 
course with regard to the railroads 
running through that place. The 
whole State of Pennsylvania is also 
influded in an edict of suspension 
of business signed by the Ohio mer- 
chants. — A severe storm occurs in 
the vicinity of Albany.— The steamer 
America is lost on Lake Erie. No 
lives lost. — Intelligence reaches 
New York of the loss of the steamer 
San Francisco, which sailed Dec. 
21st, with 700 persons, including 
550 U. S. troops, for California A 
portion of the survivors reach New 
York on this day by the Three Bells. 
The total number of lives lost is 
about 200. 

15th. — Ashbrook's pork estab 
lishment at St. Louis is destroyed 
by fire. Loss $175,000. 

16th.— The factory of L. M. Harris 
& Co., in O'ikdale, Mass., is de- 
stroyedbvfire. Loss §? 10 000 Half 
insured. — The surviving officers of 
the Third Artillery, rescued from 
the San Francisco, in accordance 
v/ith a vow made while exposed to 
impending death, meet in Grace 
Chui'ch, Nevv York, to offer public 
thanksgiving for their deliverance. 
A sermon is preached by Dr. Vin- 
ton. — A great snow storm prevails 
at the West. 

17th. — Intelligence is received of 
the loss of the Tarn O'Shanter, of 
Boston, on her way from Calcutta 
to that port. The ship was aban- 
doned during the storm of the 2Sth 
of Dec, with 15 feet of water in her 
hold. She was a new vessel, and 
had a valuable cargo. — Another 
riot br.-*aks out at Eiie, Penn., the 
women marching out and tearing 
down the r-iilroad bridges. 

18th. — The birth-day of Daniel 
Websti-r is celebrated in Boston and 
New York. — President Pierce issues 
a proclamtion relative to the expe- 



dition from California to invade 
Mexico, calling upon all officers of 
the Government to use their best ef- 
forts to arrest any person engaged in 
such an expedition. — JudahTouro, 
a millionaire of. New Orleans, dies, 
leaving by w.U the amount of $450, 
000 to various public institutions 
and charities. 

19th. — The New City Hall in 
New York city is destroyed by fire. 
The Law Library is badly damaged. 
Loss $100,000. 

20th. — The award of the prizes 
at the New York Crystal Palace are 
announced. — The steamer America 
is burnt on the Alabama river, and 
fitty lives are lost. 

21st. — The New York merchants, 
having collected some $17,000 for 
those who so galkntly saved the 
passengers from the wreck of the 
San Francisco, divide the sum be- 
tween the captains, officers, and sea- 
men of the Three Bells, Antartic, 
and Kilby. — Patrick Donahoe, a 
distinguished Irish Exile, dies at 
New York. 

22d. — A furious storm prevails 
on the Ohio river, and a large num- 
ber of canal boats are destroyed. 
Seven tj' -nine boats prove a total loss, 
and 17 boatmen are drowEcd. 

2'Sd. — Nuncio Bedini, a Catholic 
ecclesiastic, ^eeks a recognition by 
our Government as a diplomatic 
character, but fails to obtain it. 

28th — A meeting of the citizens 
of Philadelphia is held, to sympa- 
thize with the citizens of Erie in 
their troubles with regard to rail- 
road gauge. — A fire occurs in Pearl 
street, N. Y., causing great suffering 
to a large number of poor families, 
who are driven out of the houses 
burnt. — A terrific explosion occurs 
at a ball cartiidge manufactory, at 
Havenswood, Long Island. Much 
dama'.ce is done to surrounding 
builuiugs, aiid of thirty persons 
employed in the establishment, 
about twenty are killed. The bod- 
ies are most horribly mangled. 

29th. — The coldest day of the sea- 



GEXEKAL EVENTS. 



son in Boston and Ticinity ; the 
thermometer 6 degrees below zero 
at sunrise Throughout New Eng- 
land the day is th" coldest known 
for many years. — The most destruc- 
tive fire ever known in Worces- 
jter, occurs in that ci'jy, burning 
to the ground Flagg's Block, and 
I causing a loss of $110,000. 
I 30th. — An important decision is 
1 rendered in the Supreme Court, in 
'the Telegraph case, Morse vs. 
|0'KeilIy, establishing the validity 
of the Morse and Bain patents. — 
J The steamer Georgia is burnt at 
'New Orleans, and 67 persons are 
burnt and drowned. Loss of pro- 
perty, 680,000. 

FEBRUARY. 

1st. — The warlike news from Eu- 
rope rai.*es the price of breadstuffs, 
and wheat sells at two dollars a 
bushel, being the third time it has 
reached that price during the pre- 
sent century." 

2d. — The dilficulties occur with 
the Indians on Coquille river, Ore- 
gon, and in a battle between the 
red men and white settlers, 16 are 
killed. 

3d. — A fire in Merrimack street, 
Lowell, destroys property to the 
amount of -SlO^OOO. 

4th. — Mr. Eedini, the Pope's 
Nuncio, sails secretly for Liverpool 
in the steamer Atlantic, afcer re- 
ceiving in nearly every city he vis- 
ited marked disrespect. — Another 
very cold spell of weatber, the ther- 
mometer below zero. — Six steamers 
are burnt atNew Orleans, together 
with a number of warehouses. Loss, 
$1,000,000 and 40 lives. 

8th.— In the United States Senate, 
Edward Everett delivers a most elo- 
quent address in opposition to the 
Nebraska Bill. — The Erie difficulty 
is announced as being peaceably 
settled.-^The clipper ship San Fran- 
cisco is lost at the entrance of San 
Francisco harbor. The ship and 
cargo are valued at 8500,000. 

12th. — Much excitement prevails 



at New York, consequent on at- 
tempts at street preaching. 

15th.— The streets of San Fran- 
cisco are lighted with gas for the 
first time. I 

16th. — The steamer Kate Kearney ! 
explodes at Louisville, Ky., with ! 
consi Jerable loss of life. j 

17th. — The steamer America ar- 
rives from Liverpool with .soldiers 
from the ill-fated .-an Franci.-jco, who 
were taken off by the Antarctic. — 
Caloric steamer Ericss n makes a I 
trip down New York Harbor. 

18th. — The months of .January 
and February are noted for their; 
tempestuous weather, and for the 
immen.se damage done shi iping 
Also for extreme cold weather in the 
United States — A run is made on 
the Banking House of Adams & Co., 
San Francisco, and $416,000 is paid : 
to depositors. The Bank meets all ■ 
demands, and the panic soon sub- i 
sides. I 

20th. — A terrible snow storm rages 
at New York, Philadelphia, Balti-i 
more, and that vicinity. Drifts four i 
or five feet high are found in each 
of these cities, and more snow falls 
than at one time for ten years 
previous. The railroads are all ob- 
structed. 

21st.— The United States Agricul- 
tural Society convenes at Washing- 
ton — Senator Sumner, of Massachu- 
setts, makes an able speech in the 
United States Senate against the 
Nebraska and Kansas Bill. 

22d.— The birth-day of Washing- 
ton is appropriately celebrated in 
Boston, New York and other cities. 
— A frightful tragedy occurs at Ran- 
dolph, Mass. A man namedWilbur, 
in a fit of insanity, severs his wife's 
head from her body, and then cuts 
his own throat. 

23d. — A violent snow storm ra- 
ges throughout the country. — News 
is received from California, the 
dates being to the eve of the 1st, 
making the time through in 21 days, 
19 hours, the quickest on record. 



34 



GENERAL EVENTS. 



24th. — Meetings are held in all 
parts of the North to oppose the 
passage of the Nebraska Bill. 

26th — A furious rain storm pre- 
vails in the United States. 
_ 28th. — The steamer Black War- 
rior is seized in HaTana for alleged 
informality in her entry. 

MARCH. 

1st. — The steamer City of Glas- 
gow, with' about 400 passengers, 
leaves Liverpool for America, and is 
never heard of more. 

2d. — A frightful accident occurs 
at Hartford, Conn. The boiler of 
Fales & Gray's Car Factory ex- 
plodes, killing 10 persons, wounding 
|50, and badly shattering the build- 
ing. The cause of the accident 
probably carelessness. 

3d. — A verdict of guilty is ren- 
dered in the case of Gardner, whose 
trial for fraud on the Commissioners 
on Mexican claims has been in pro- 
gress for a long period at Washing- 
ton. Gardner is sentenced to ten 
years' imprisonment, but commits 
suicide soon after entering the cell. 

4th. — At 5 o'clock, A. M., after a 
<ession prolonged through t he night, 
the Nebraska Bill passes the U. S. 
Senate by a vote of 37 yeas to 14 
nays. The debate of the night is 
one of the most exciting ever known 
in Congress. 

5th. — The block of stone sent by 
the Pope of Rome as a contribution 
to the Washington Monument is 
totally ruined by unknown per- 
sons. 

8th. — The barque Saxonville ar- 
rives at Boston with the captain 
and crew of the barque Orline, 
wrecked on the 21st February. The 
survivors, five in number, were 
found lashed to the wreck, after 
having subsisted partly by eating 
the body of the cook, who died. 
Four lives were lost, and those res- 
cued were very weak from exhaus- 
tion. 

9th. — An unsucsessful attempt is 



made to repeal the liquor law in the 
Legislature of Massachusetts. 

lOth- — Samuel Uilliard, keeper 
of a hotel in Natick, kills by stab- 
bing a man named Warren, -with 
whom he had a dispute. 

11th. — Steamer John D. Early is 
lost in Grand Gulf on her way from 
New Orleans to Wabash river ; forty 
lives lost. 

13th. — The fourteenth section of 
the Massachusetts liquor law, rela- 
tive to the seizure of liquor, is de- 
clared to be unconstitutional. 

14th. — A memorial of about 
three thousand New England clergy- 
men against the passage of the Ne- 
braska Bill is presented to Congress, 
and excites a most bitter speech 
from Senator Douglas. 

I5th. — President Pierce issues a 
Message, in which he announces 
his determination to use his author- 
ity, and the means Congress may 
grant, to ensure the observance of 
the just rights of American citizens, 
and to protect them from the in- 
sults, aggressions, and annoyances 
which is said to have been heaped 
upon them by the Spanish Authori- 
ties in Cuba. — In a fugitive slave 
riot in Millwaukie, the slave is 
taken from prison, and sent to Can- 
ada. — Ex-President Fillmore is re- 
ceived with much ceremony at 
Louisville. 

17th. — A serious riot occurs in 
New Haven, Conn., between a party 
of citizens and some students of 
Yale College, in which one man was 
shot dead. 

18th. — A fearful gale prevails in 
New England, the wind being very 
high and destructive. At Fitch- 
burg and Springfield, much damage 
is done to buildings. 

30th. — Jonathan Harrington, the 
last survivor of the battle of Lex- 
ington, is buried in that town with 
great ceremony. — A violent storm 
ravages the lower Mississippi valley. 

31st, — A treaty is signed by Com. 
Perry on the part of the U. S. Gov- 



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ernment, and by three Princes of I the wind. — The steamer Ericsson 

the Japan Empire on behalf of the ""'" ■'■"'"' *~'" "'" '' "" "'^"^ 

Emperor of that countrj% opening 
to the commerce of the U. S- two 
ports, and securing other privileges. 
— Gov. Seymour of New York vetoes 
the Liquor bill passed by the Legis- 
lature. 

APRIL. 
4th.— The Hoosac Tunnel bill be- 
comes a law. — The San i'rancisco 
Mint goes into operation. 

I 6th. — The completion of the Sac- 

I ramento (Cal.) Water Works is cele- 

: brated. 

i 13th. — There is a great panic in 

j Boston with regard to mad dogs, 

; and no less than a thousand are 

i poisoned by the Police. 

] 16th. — The Cochituate Bank, 
Boston, fails. 

{ 16th. — A fearful storm rages on 

I the Atlantic coast, and a large num- 

I ber of marine disasters occur. Tbe 
ship Powhattan, from Havre, for 

! New York, with 311 persons on 

I board, is wrecked near Egg Harbor 
Light, and every soul is lost. 

i 21st. — James Quinn is hung at 
Wilkesbarre, Pa., for the murder of 
a woman named Wiggins. 

23d. — The " Falcon " steamer, 
with U. S. troops on board, puts 

I into Norfolk in distress. The soldi- 

I ers are the survivors of the wrecked 

I San Francisco. 

j 25th. — A fire occurs in Broad- 
way, New York, in a building occu- 
pied by Jennings & Co. The walls 
fall, killing some thirteen firemen, 
and injuring a large number of 
others. —The Gadsden Treaty with 

' Mexico is ratified by the U. S. Sen- 

|ate. 

j 26th. — Observed as a Fast in 

, Canada for the success of the Allies 
against Russia. 

27th. —After a long and exciting 
trial, M. F.Ward is acquitted of the 
murder of Prof. Butler, a school- 
master. — A severe tcrnado passes 
over New York city and vicinity. A 
great amount of dama_e is done by 



out on a trial trip, is sunk in N 
York harbor. 

28th. — A severe storm rages on 
the lakes, doing great damage to 
the shipping. 

29th. — Muchexeitement prevails 
in Kentucky, consequent on the re- 
sult of the Ward murder trial. 

MAY. 

1st. — A tremendous freshet oc- 
curs on the Connecticut and Far-j 
mington rivers, the water rising in j 
Hartford 15 inches higher than in 
the great freshet of 1801. Much 
damage is done all along the valley 
to farms, houses, bridges, railroads,! 
&c. ; 

2d. — Destructive freshets occur 
in all parts of the country. In 
Maine great damage is done; in 
Penn.sylvania immense loss is sus- 
tained in the valleys of the Lehigh 
and the Delaware. 

6th. — The steamer Penn sy Ivania 
collapses a flue on the Delaware! 
river, near Bordentown, and six: 
men are killed. j 

9th. — A most amusing joke is; 
played on the citizens of New York! 
by some wag, who announced that 
three military companies, composed 
entirely of females, would visit that I 
city from New Jersey. Some ten 
thousand persons were assembled 
to greet them, but, after waiting 
several hours, found out that it was 
a grand hoax. ! 

lltb. — The steamer Pike strikes' 
a snag about 100 miles below St. 
Louis, and sinks. About forty j 
lives are lost. j 

I2th. — At 12 o'clock, on the even- 1 
ing of this day, the House of Rep- 
resentatives, at Washington, ad-i 
journed, after a session of thirty-six j 
hours, spent in endeaTors to force I 
through the Nebraska Bill. | 

13th. — News is received of several 
serious marine disasters. The ship 
Winchester, of Boston, sinks at sea. 
Her passengers, 700 in number, 
have been rescued by passing ves- 



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sels. The Black Uawk, with 800 
passengers, is lost on her passage 
ifrom Liverpool to New York The 
passengers are all saved. 

15th. — A terrible explosion oc- 
curs in the Ens;lish coal pits, near 
Richmond, Penn. Twenty men 
are instantly killed. 

18th. — The suspension bridge, at 
I Wheelias, Pa., is blown down by a 
severe gale. 

22d. — Hon. Edward Everett re- 
signs his seat in the U. S. Senate, 
to take effect June 1st. 

23d. — Patriarch John Smith, of 
the Mormons, dies at Deseret. 

24th. — The Nebraska Bill passes 
to be eDgrossed in the House of 
j Representatives by a vote of 113 to 
jlOU. During the pendency of the 
i Nebraska-Kansas Bill in tlie Senate 
land House, upwards of one hundred 
land twenty-eight set speeches have 
been made, of which number twen- 
ty-eight were delivered in the Senate 
and one hundred in the House. 
Speeches for the bill in the Senate, 
17 ; in the House, 45 ; total 62. 
Speeches against the bill in the 
I Senate, 11; in the House, 55; total 
1 66. Besides the speeches actually 
delivered, some dozen gentlemen 
obtained leave to print speeches. 

25th. — The Nebraska-Kansas Bill, 
as amended by the House, passes 
the Senate. 

2Gth. — A sad riot occurs in Bos- 
ton, consequent on an attempt 
made to rescue a fugitive slave 
named Anthony Burns, who was 
confined in the Court House, await- 
ing a trial for his freedom. A man 
named Batchelder is killed while 
defending the Court House. Great 
excitement prevails, and the mili- 
tary are ordered out. — In New York 
three fugitive slaves are arrested, 
examined, and sent back to slavery. 

28th. — At Hoboken, a ferry drop 
bridge breaks down while an im- 
mense number of people are on it, 
and a large number are injured. — 
Great excitement prevails in Uali- 
I 



fornia among the Chinese residents 
on account of an imperial tax. 

31st. — President Pierce signs 
the Nebraska-Kansas Bill. — Three 
wagons, loaded with live tons gun- 
powder, while passing through the 
streets of Wilmington, Del., ex- 
ploded, killing six or seven persons 
Hud fifteen horses, and doing im- 
mense damage, some i$75,000, to the 
surrounding houses. The shock is 
felt at the distance of 35 miles. 

JUNE. 

Ist. — President Pierce issues a 
proclamation against fiUibustering 
expeditions to Cuba. 

2d. — Anthony Burns, by order 
of Commissioner Loring, is re- 
manded back to slavery, and is 
taken through State street by a 
large body of marines and U. S. 
troops, aided by the whole of the 
Boston military, a vrry large crowd 
shouting ''Shame!" and hissing 
during tt'e progress of tbe party to 
T whnrf, where Burns was placed on 
board a steamer, and convejed to a 
U. S. cutter, and then taken to sea. 
Throughout Massachusetts, the 
deepest feeling exists with regard 
to the matter, the bells being 
tolled in a number of towns. 

4th. — A severe riot occurs in 
Brooklyn, N. Y., between the[ 
Americans and Irish, in which 
many persons were seriously in- 
jured. — Mr and Mrs. Wickham 
are murdered in their own house 
at Cahogne, L. I., by an Irishman 
named Behainan. 

6th. — Much trouble is caused 
near Pawtucket, R. I., by the 
pranks of an angry elephant be- 
longing to a menagerie. — The Re- 
ciprocity Treaty is signed by Mr. 
Marcy on the part of the U. S., and 
Lord Elgin on the part of Great 
Britain. I 

7th. — A Know-Nothing andj 
Temperance Mayor is chosen ini 
Philadelphia, and in Washington] 



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] the Know-Nothing candidate is also 
chosen. 

1 11th. — There is quite a riot in 
Brooklyn, N. Y., consequent on 
street preaching. 

j 14th. — A most destructive fire 
occurs in Worcester, Mass., by 
which about four acres of the most 
busy part of that city is burnt over, 
and property to the amount of half 
a million is destroyed. 

17th — From January 1 to June 
17, 1854, there were sixty-four steam- 
boat disasters, involving a loss of 
82,274,442, and 548 lives. Of this i 
number, ten at least were collisions, j 
with a loss of $104,000 and twenty ' 
lives ; eight of these were fitted up i 
according to the law of 1852, and 
two of them not under the law. | 
These cases are all supposed to have j 
been from negligence and inatteu- ! 
tion. Eighteen boats have been 
destroyed by fire, with a loss of SL- 
480,500, and 141 lives ; these are all j 
supposed to have been accidental i 
except two. Much the larger num- 
\ ber of accidents were produced by 
I snags, there having been twenty- 
j three boats thus lost, with a de- 
|struction of property to tha amount 
I of 8270,000. The San Francisco 
I foundered at sea, with a loss of 200 ' 
i lives, and property to the amount 
of about $300,000. Of expl sions 
there have been eight. Two of the 
boats had been inspected according 
to the law of 1852 : the loss of prop- 
erty was 867, ^fin, and in lives 112. 
I 21st. — The Members of Congress 
who opposed the passage of the 
, Kansas-Nebraska Bill issue an ad- 
dress to the people. 
i 26th. — The clipper -ship Trade 
Wind, and freighting ship Olympus, 
I come in collision in the Atlantic 
j Ocean, and both sink. 96 persons, 
out of 120 on board both vessels, 
I were saved. Total loss about ^800,- 
•000. 

I JULY. 

j 4th. — The Anniversary of Ameri- 
i can Independence is celebrated with 



great eclat in all parts of the coun- 
try. At Newburyport, the Sons 
and Daughters of the town are gath- 
ered from all sections. — A frightful 
accident occurs on the Susquehanna 
Railioad, by which 40 persons are 
killed, and a large number seriously 
injured. — The weather is very hot. 

5th, — Anti-Nebraska Resolutions 
are passed by the New Hampshire 
Legislature, the Administration thus 
receiving a severe ho7ne thrust. — 
An astounding development of fraud | 
is made at New York, an over issue 
of several million dollars of stock of 
the New York and New Haven 
Railroad being discovered. Robert 
Schuyler is the implicated party. 

6th. — The Catholic church in 
Bath is burnt by a mob. 

7th. — The Collins steamer Baltic 
arrives at New York from Liverpool, 
aftar a passage of nine days, twelve 
hours, and twenty -eight minutes ap- 
parent, or nine days, sixteen hours, 
and fifty-three minutes actual time, 
from port to port, — the shortest 
passage ever made, by one hour and 
fifty-two minutes. 

8th. — The financial community 
are in great excitement, caused by 
the fraudulent operations in stocks. 
— A fearful mortality prevails in all 
the large cities, — the cholera mak- 
icg Severe ravages. 

11th. — A destructive fire occurs 
in ^'an Francisco. Loss §250,000. 

12th. — A draft of seven millions 
of money is made on the Sub-Treas- 
ury, by the Agent of the Mexican 
Government. — Sacramento City, 
California, is visited by a destruc- 
tive fire, the loss being S500,'^'00. 

13th. — Capt. Hollins, of the U. 
S. sloop Cyane, destroys Greytown. 

The cholera, during the month of 

July, prevails as an epidemic in 

many of the large cities of the Union, 

and carries off hundreds of victims. 

AUGUST. 

2d. —The Cape Cod Association 
celebrated their third Anniversary 
at Yarmouth Port. 



5th. — President Pierce is as- i 
iSaulted by a drunken fellow, who ' 
jthrew a boiled esg at- his hend. 

7th. — A terrible Know Nothing 
land Irish riot occurs at St. Lcuis, 
Iconsequent on an election. It con- 
jtinues for three days, in which time 
,ten or fifteen are killed, and a very 
jlarge number wounded. • 

10th. — A fire occurs in New Or- 
jleaiis, by which a million dollars' 
worth of property is destroyed, and 
I three lives are lost. 

16th. — The Whig State Conven- 
jtion is held in Boston, and Emory 
j''V'ashburn, Governor, and Wm. C. 
Plunkett, Linutenaat Governor, are 
're-nominated. — A severe droujjht 
loccurs during the month of August. 
Fires occur in all parts of the coun- 
try, and do immense damage. The 
crops are also somewhat damaged 
by the dry weather. 

22d. — Two large granite front 
buildings iu Broad street, Boston, 
fall witii a terrible crash. Three 
lives are lost, and property to the 
amount of $120,000 is destroyed. 

2od. — G( mraodore HoUins, of the 
Cyane, who destroyed Greytown, 
is arrested on a civil suit. 

25th— - At Troy, N. Y., eight 
squares, covered by 300 buildiugs, 
jare burnt over. The loss is esti- 
mated at a million dollars. 

26th. — The steamer Timour ex- 
iplodes her boiler, on the Mississippi, 
land fifteen or twenty persons are I 
killed. 

I 27th. — A tornado passes over 
Louisville, Ky., and does grtat dam- 
age. The 4th Presbyterian Church 
lis blown down in service time, and 
imore than twenty persons instantly 
killed. 

SEPTEMBER. 

1st Senator Douglas essays to 

address his constituents at Chicago, 
relative to the Nebraska Bill, but is 
hissed and groaned down. 

5ih. — A riot occurs in Newark, 
N. J., between Irish Protestants and 
Catholics. 



7th. — The new steamer, City ofj 
Philadelphia, is stranded at Cape 
Race, o)i her first passage across thej 
Atlantic. No lives lost. [ 

10th. — A great panic prevails atj 
Augusta, Ga., Charleston, S. C.,j 
Savannah,and other Southern cities, i 
on account of the ravages of the 
yellow fever. — A severe storm rages 
along the Atlantic coast. 

12th. — The American Board of 
Commissioners for Foreign Missions 
convene for their annual meeting 
at Hartford, Conn. The most im- 
portant action taken was the with- 
diawal of the Board from the care' 
of Choctaw schools, because the j 
Mis'iionaries were refustd leave to' 
teach the slave children. | 

13th.— The steamer, Our Majesty, ! 
sails from England about this time, i 
and is never heard of. She had 
only her working complement of 
men. 

27th. —The Collins steamer Arctic 
comes in collision with the French 
iron pr^ipeller, ^'esta, off Cape Race, 
and suffers so much damage that 
she sinks in five hours. About a 
hundred are saved in boats and on 
rafts ; but four hundred, including 
all the women and children, aie lost. 
Among the lost are the wife of E. 
K. Collins, the owner of the steamer, 
and several distinguished person- 
ages. The news of the loss spreads 
a deep gloom over the whole coun- 
try, and plunges a large number of 
faruilies into the deepest distress. 
The great loss of life is attributed 
to the course pursued by the crew 
of the Arctic. 

OCTOBER. 

5th. — A grand national Baby 
Show is held in Springfield, Ohio. 
Large premiums are awarded for 
superior beauty and size. 127 ba- 
bies are entered. The first prize 
was awarded to a daughter of Wm. 
Roniner, of Vienna, Ohio. 

9th. — The steamer E. K. Collins 
is burnt on Lake Erie,^ and 23 lives 
are lost. 



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23il — Intelligence reaches the 
United States of the discovery of the 
remairs of Sir John Franklin's 
party, in the Arctic regions, starved 
and frozen to death. — A panic oc- 
curs in New York with regard to 
oysters, they being pronounced 
poisonous. 

30th. — A mob at TTorcester, 
Mass., threatens the life of Deputy 
Marshal Butman, who visits the 
city on some business relating to 
the Burns affair. 

NOVEMBER. 

1st. — A fearful collision occurs 
on the Great Western Railway, by 
which a very large number are 
fatally injured. Carelc'^sness is the 
cau'^e. Farty two-persons die of 
their injuries. 

7th. — Elections are held in seve- 
ral of the States. In Williamsburg, 
N. Y., there is a severe electicMj riot. 

10th. — A woman named Karns, 
the mother of 32 children, dies in 
New York, aged 117 years. 

12th — The emigrant ship New 
Era is wrecked on Jersey Shore, and 
300 lives lost. 

13th. —The Gubernatorial Elec- 
tion occurs in Massachusetts, and 
resrlts in a complete victory by the 
Know Nothings. Henry J. Gardner 
is elected Governor bj' a majority of 
31,935, and 341 members of the 
House of Representatives to 6 Whigs 
and one Democrat. 

20th. — The New l^rk Tlistorical 
Society celebrate their 1st Semi- 
centennial Anniversary. An ad- 
dress is delivered by lion. George 
Bancrcfr. and speeches are made 
hy the Hon. I'obert C. Winthrop, 
Wm. 0. Bryant, Hon. Charles King, 
and others. 

22d. — A lump of gold weighing 
181 lbs. and worth .$33,920, is tound 
in Calveras County, California. 

24th. — British steamer Canada 
comes in collision with the Kenne- 
bec steamer Ocean, in Boston har- 
bor. The Ocean takes fire and is 
wholly destroyed. The passengers, 



some ninety in number, all escape 
with their lives SHve five. 

oOth. — Thanksgiving is celebra- 
ted in Massachusetts and many 
other States. 

DECEMBER. 
4th. — The thirty-third Congress 
commences its second session at{ 
\Va=hington, and President Pierce! 
delivers his message. — A most 
violent storm rages at the North, 
doing great damage. 

11th. — ^Municipal election in 
Boston. The Know Nothings are 
triumi>hant. 

16th. — A very hard week for 
money in Boston. A severe run is 
made on the Provident Savings 
Bank. — The agent of the Glendon 
Rolling Mill^, East Boston, proves 
a defaulter to a heavy amount. 

20:h. — Very cold weather. Ther- 
mometer at Bangor, Me., 27 degrees 
below zero. 

22d. — The Manchester Print 
Works, at Smithfield, R. T.. are de- 
stroyed by fire. Loss 8100,000. 

27th. — Ex-Governor Dorr dies at. 
Providence, R.I. I 

oOth. — The year closes with a' 
general stagnation in all branches 
of business ; a panic in financial 
matters; and a prospect of great 
distress among the poorer classes, 
on account of a difficulty of obtain- 
ing work and the high prices of the 
necessaries of life. 

1855. 
JANUARY. 

1st. — The cities of Brooklyn and 
Williamsburg are consolidated into 
one corporation. Thus united, the 
population amounts to 20'\000, 
making it the third in the Union. 

2d. — Belcher & Co., s^usrar refin- 
ers, of St. Louis, fail forS2,000,000, 
A delegation of the AVyandot tribe 
of Indians visit Washington to 
negotiate with the general gov- 
ernment relative to the division of 
their lands. 



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GENERAL EVENTS. 



3d. — Afire in Haverhill street, 

Boston, destroyed property to the 

Qount of $25,000. 

4th. — Severe ravages are made 

by the small pox among the Indians 

in Utah. 

6th.— T he barometer at 10, A. M., 
reaches the highest point it has at- 
tained for fifteen years, namely, 31.- 
023. — A terrific gale prevails on 
Lake Erie. 

8th. — The liquor shops in New 
York are closed by order of Mayor 
Wood, who commences his mayor- 
alty by a general endeavor for re- 
form. — The surviving soldiers of 
the war of 1812 hold a convention 
at Washington. About 12,000 are 
present ; among others, a large 
number of Indians. 

9th. — Extensive efforts are made 
in the largeAtlantic cities for reliev- 
ing the poor and distressed. Soup 
houses are established in New York 
and Boston. 

11th. — Simuel F. McCleary, for 
twenty-eight years City Clerk of 
Boston, dies in that city, aged 75 
years. 

12th. — Senator Norris, of New 
Hampshire, dies at Washington. — 
All the Irish companies in Massa- 
chusetts are disbanded by order of 
Gov. Gardner. 

13th. — Page & Bacon, bankers 
of St. Louis, fail for a large 
amount. — The residence of John 
Appleton Haven, at Fort A\^ashing- 
ton, near New York, is burnt, and 
three of his daughters lose their 
livts. 

16th. — A shock of an earth- 
quake is felt in various parts of New 
England. — The first Territorial 
Legislature of Nebraska assembles 
at Omaha. 

18th. — Daniel Webster's birth 
day is celebrated in Boston by a 
supper. — A powder mill at Wilkes- 
barre, is blown up, and two lives 
are lost. 

20th. — A fearful riot occurs on 
the Buffalo, Brantford, and Gorden 



one man is killed, and several 
wounded. — The corner stone of a 
new Custom-house at San Francisco 
is laid. 

22d. — Considerable excitement is 
caused by the movements of an 
emigrating expedition under the 
command of Col. Kenney, who at- 
tempts to make a settlement in 
Nicaragua. The government of 
Nicaragua protest against the move- 
ment. 

24th. — Capt. Simeon Hicks, the 
last of the Americans who were at 
the battle of Bennington, dies at 
Sunderland, Vt., aged 99 years, 5 
months. 

26th.— The steamer Massachusetts 
is seized at New York, on suspicion 
of being about to participate m 
some unlawful expedition. 

27th. — The steamer Pearl ex- 
plodes her boiler at Sacramento, 
killing some seventy persons, and 
injuring many. 

olst. — During the month of Jan- 
uary, about forty fires occur in the 
United States, where the loss ex- 
ceeded $10,000. The total loss 
reached $1,055,000. Eight lives 
were lost by the above fires. — 
During the same month, 43 Ameri- 
can vessels are reported as totally 
wrecked, and one burnt. The 
total value of vessels and cargoes is 
$1,200,000, with an insurance of 
$1,095,000. 

FEBRUARY. 
1st. — A fire in New Orleans de- 
stroyed property to the amount of 
$125,000. 

3d. — The U. S. frigate Sabine is 
launched from the Brooklyn Navy 
Yard, after being on the stocks 
thirty-two years. 

7th. — The thermometer in Bos- 
ton, for thirty-four hours, ranges 
from 5 to 12 J^ degre?s below zero, 
this lower point being reached at 7 
o'clock this morning. — Throughout 
the whole of New England, and as 
far South as Washington, the 



rick Railroad, at Ridgeway, in which weather is unprecedentedly cold. 



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9th — The Maine Law is adopted 
in Indiana. \ 

IGth. — During the first 10 days • 
of February, a most terrific snow 
storm prevails through all parts of 
the U. S., north of forty degs. The 
storm at the West wa; of unprece- 
dented fury. All communication 
on many of the railroads is stopped 
for several days, and great t ufferiug i 
occurs 5 passengers in many cases ; 
narrowly escaping with their lives 
from cold and starvation. j 

12th.— The Senate of Miehiiian pass 
a bill refusing the use ot the jails of 
the State for the detention of fugi- 
tive slaves. 

13th — Good sleighing in Boston 
and New York. 

17th.— U. S. frigate Santee is 
launched at the Portsmouth Navy 
Yard. 

I'resident Pierce vetoes the French ! 
Spoliation bill, after it has passed j 
both branches of Congress, 

22d.— The birth-day of Wash- j 
iogfon is Very generally observed ! 
throughout the Union —A great! 
financial panic takes place in Cali- 
lornia, during which five large 
banking houses suspended pay- 
ments, and all business is either 
suspended or thrown into disorder 
and dismay. As the news spread 
into the back country, the excite- 
ment is unparalleled. 

24:th.— Poole, a notorious fighter, 
and leader of a gang of political 
rowdies in New York city, is killed 
in a drunken melee. lie is buried 
with a great and ridiculous pomp. 

27th. — CoL Benton's house in 
Washington is injured by fire, and 
his valuable manuscripts are de- 
stroyed. 

28th.— The third annual session of 
the United States Agricultural So- 
ciety commences at Washington. 

MARCH. 

2d. — Anthony Burns, the fugitive 
slave who caused so much excite- 
ment iu Boston at the time of his 



arrest and rendition, is purchased 
and made a freeman, and returns 
to New England. 

3d.— A Court of Claims is estab- 
lished by Congress, and the follow- ' 
ing gentlemen are appointed Judges ' 
thereof: J. Gilchrist, of N. n. ; Jo- ; 
eeph H. Lumpkin, of Georgia ; and i 
Isaac Blackford, of Indiana. I 

4th.— The 33d Congress adjourns ; 
sine die at noon, Sunday, after aj 
stormy session of twenty-five hours. 
A great amount cf business is press- j 
ed through at the eleventh hour. | 
8th. — A locomotive crosses the j 
Railroad Suspension Bridge at Nia- , 
gara Falls for th« first time. 

9th. — Extensive fires prevail in \ 

the woods of South Carolina and J 

Georgia, doing immense damage. j 

11th. — A terrific storm rages 

along on the South shore of Massa- 1 

chusetfs, doing great damage to i 

shipping. A vast quantity of snow i 

felL . I 

lotb. — Gubernatorial election in 1 

New Ilampghire. The Know Noth- ■ 

ings elect their Govt-rnor, and a ma- 1 

jority of other officers. — By the 

falling of the floor of the Town > 

Hall in Meredith, N. H., some four | 

persons are fatally injured, and a j 

hundred badly maimed. 

, 16th.— The Reciprocity Treaty j 

between the United States and the j 

j British Provinces is proclaimed, and j 

! goes into force. — A terrific explosiou | 

'' occurs at the Midlothian coal pits 

in Chesterfield, Va., by which 34 

persons are instantly killed, and a 

j large number seriously injured. 

i 24th. — The steamer Bulletin is 

burnt on the Mississippi River, and 

1 20 lives re lost. 

i 26th. — aGreat excitement in Bos- 
1 ton incident on the swindling 
; transactions and tragical end of 
Thomas W. Hooper, Teller of Mer- 
1 chants Bank, Boston. 
; 30th. — Trouble arises in Kansas 
: in consequence of the citizens of 
I Missouri crossing the line on the 
I occasion of an election for members 
I of the Territorial Legislature, select. 



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ing persons not agreeable to the 
actual settlers. 

APRIL. 

2d. — The Know Nothings are vie 
torious in Connecticut. — At an elec- 
tion in Cincinnati, a fearful riot 
occurs between the Know Nothings 
and foreigners, in which several 
lives are lost. 

4th. — The Know Nothings sweep 
the State of Rhode Island 

8th — A riot occurs at Oxford, 
N. Y., between the Catholics and 
Protestant?. — The hundredth birth- 
day of Hahnemann is celebrated by 
the Homoeopathic Societies of Boston 
and Philadelphia with great eclat. 

ISth — The first thunder storm of 
the season occurs in New England. 
In all parts of the country, a severe 
but brief storm occurs. 

20th.— The U. S. sloop-of-war Al- 
bany is ofBcially given up as lost, 
and promotions made accord- 
ingly. — The propeller Oregon ex- 
plodes her boiler near Detroit, and 
nine men are instantly killed. 

26th. — During the latter part of 
this month, there is much excite- 
ment relative to the Hiss affair in 
Massachusetts. 

27th — A ruinous fire in Boston, 
Mass., destroys half a million of 
property 



);h. 



$100,000. - Sundry outrages are 
committed in Kansas Territory. 

18th.— Springfield, 111., is vi.^ited 
by a serious conflagration. — In San 
Francisco, on Commercial street, 28 
buildings are burned, involving a 
loss of $62,000. 

20th.— The new Prohibitory Li- 
quor Law in Massachusetts goes in- 
to operation. 

22d.— The election for the first 
Legislature in Kansas takes place,! 
and the pro-slavery candidates are! 
elected. 

24th. — A fire in Baltimore de-l 
ftrovs property to the amount of 
$150,000.— In the gubernatorial : 
election in Virginia, the Democratic i 
ticket is elected over the Know 
Nothing. 

30th.— Trow's Printing Office is 
burnt in New York. Lo^^s, $75,000. 1 
31st. — The barque Release and' 
the steam propeller Arctic, under j 
command of Lieut. Ilartstein, I 
start in search of Dr. Kane's Arctic 
expedition. 

JUNE. 
2d. — A liquor riot occurs in Port- 
land, Me., to quell which the mili- 
tary are called out, and fire upon 
the crowd, billing one man and in- 
juring others. 

I 3d. — The Law Commissioners ofj 
California decide in favor of the I 



i^l^^&£J%?iLLN?oltonclaim,_in the City of San 



Cairo, 111.— The troubles in Kansas 
increase, until finally at a meeting 
of citizens at Leavenworth, after an 
angry discussion, blows ensue, 
and finally a man named Clark is 
shot by a lawyer named McCrea. 

MAY. 

5th. — Serious election riots occur 
in Louisville, Ky. 

10 th. Gov. Gardner refuses to 
remove Judge Loriag, as requested 
by the Legislature. 

16th.— At Chicago, a fearful tor- 
nado does immense damao^e. 

17th.— At Petersburg, Va., fire 



The claim comprised 
and was worth $40, 



destroys property to the amount of at Springfield. 



Francisco 
13,000 acres 
000,000. 

6th.— The National Know Noth- 
ing Council holds its session at 
Philadelphia. 

13th. — A Convention of the Know 
Somethings meets in Cleveland, 
Ohio. The Know Nothings, at their 
Convention at Philadelphia, have a 
strong time, and finally pass Ne- 
braska resolutions; and the result is 
a feud between the Northern and 
Southern State delegates. 

27th. — The Massachusetts Medical 
Society hold their annual convention 



GENERAL EAENTS. 



43! 



JULY. 
2d. — The Kan>as Legislature is or- 
ganized, pro-slavery men being 
chosen officers. — The steamer Lex- 
jington explodes on the Mississippi 
(river, wounding about 35 persons. 
I 4th.— The Fourth of July is cele- 
jbrated with great eclat in all parts 
;of the country. At Dorchester, 
JMass., Hon. Edward Everett delivers 
jan oration t*o hours and twenty 
minutes in length- A large num - 
ber of fires and accidents occur. A 
prohibitory liquor law goes into ef- 
fect in New York. 

J 6th, — A murderer is lynched at 
IJanesville, Wis. 

I 10th. — Great exc'tement is caused 
!in Boston and vicibity by the dis- 
icovery that W. S. Tuckerman, 
[Treasurer of the Eastern Kailroad 
I Co., was a defaulter to the amount 
iof a quarter of a million of dollars. 
' loth. — Two destructive fires occur 
•'at Manchester, N. il., involving a 
lo.-s of 8300,000. 

j 18th. — The 216"h Commencement 
Day at Harvard College is observed. 
; A party of slaves belonging to J. 
H. Wheeler, U. S. Minister to Ki- 
icaragua, while he was taking them 
I through Philadelphia, escaped. 
jPassmore Williamson, who inform- 
,ed the slaves that th«y were free, is 
i arrested, and is finally committed by 
i J ndge Kane for contempt of court, 
jin not producing the slaves, who 
I had never been in his possession. 
j The affair excites great feeling, and 
Ijudse Kane is strongly comtemned. 
j 27th.— A Grand Council of all 
ithe various tribes of Indians in Mi- 
'chigan is held at Detroit, to meet 
the U. S. Commissioners for the 
purpose of making a treaty. 

AUGUST. 

1st. — The yellow fever rages fear- 
fully at Norfolk and Portsmouth, 
Va., and is also severely felt at New 
Orleans. 

3d. — By the explosion of a pow- 
der mill at Wilmington, Del., six 
men are killed. 



6th — Fearful election riots occur 
in Louisville, in which a large num- 
ber of houses are burnt, and twen-' 
ty or twenty -five killed, and a large' 
number wounded. 

18th. — Hon. Abbott Lawrence,' 
one of the most opulent and infiu-i 
ential merchants of the United! 
States, died at his residence in Bos-[ 
ton. 

23d.— The Annual Musical Con-I 
vention is held in Boston. | 

28th. — An unsuccessful attempt 
is made to lay a telegraph cable 
from Cape Britain Island to the 
Newfoundland shore. The cable! 
is obliged to be cut when partly! 
laid, and about 40 miles in length; 
of it is lost. I 

30th. — The political gubernato-f 
rial campaign in Massachusetts is! 
opened by an Anti Liquor-Law Con-j 
Vention held at Worcester, whoi 
nominate for Governor E. D. 
Beach, of Springfield. 

SEPTEMBER. 

3d. — A great battle occurs near 
the North Fork of the Platte river, 
between the Sioux Indians and U. 
S. troops. The Indians are defeat- 
ed, with a loss of 80 killed and 50 
prisoners. | 

loth.— The annual meeting of 
the American Board of Commis- 
sioners of Foreign Missions is held! 
at Utica. 

16th. — A fearful mortality occursj 
on the steamer Uncle Sam, on its. 
way from the Isthmus to San Fran-j 
Cisco, some 150 passengers dying; 
of cholera. | 

17th. — The corner stone of the 
Public Library Building in Boston; 
is laid with appropriate ceremonies. 
— The Know Nothings carry the | 
State election in California. i 

25th.— The total number of deaths; 
by yellow fever at Norfolk during 
the continuance of the epidemic 
was 1,900, including 22 physicians.i 
President Pierce visits Harrisburg' 
to attend the celebration of Penn. 
sylvania State Agricultural Society. 



44 



GENERAL EVENTS. 



26th. — During the fortnight end- 
ing this day, a large number of cat- 
tle shows are held in yario«s parts 
of New England. — A large delega- 
tion of Massachusetts Sabbath 
School Teachers visits New York 
city. 

OCTOBER. 

5th. — The new Asteroids are dis- 
covered between Mars and Jupiter. 
11th.— Hecker & Bro's. flour 
mills at New York city are burnt. 
Loss $72,090. 

12th, — A powder mill at Qorham, 
Me., is blown up, and seven persons 
are instantly killed.— The expedition 
sent out in search of Dr. Kane and 
his party return home with the 
objects of their search. 

23d.— The United States Agricul- 
tural Society hold their Third Annu- 
al Fair at Boston. On the 26th there 
is a great banquet, at which Hons. 
Edward Everett and R. C. VVin- 
throp make addresses. The 28th is 
made a general Holiday in Boston. 

SOth. — The cotton factory at 
Southboro', Mass., is burnt. Two 
or three operatives are killed and 
many injured by being obliged to 
jump from the upper stories of the 
mill, so rapidly did the flames 
spread. Loss, $60,000. 

NOVEMBER. 

1st. —An awful railroad accident 
occurs on the occasion of the open- 
ing of the Pacific Railroad from St. 
Louis to Jefferson City. A bridgefalls, 
and the cars are thrown into the 
water, About thirty, including Dr. 
BuUard, of St, Louis, and other dis- 
tinguished persons, are killed, and 
fifty badly injured. 

2d. — Passmore Williamson, of 
Judge Kane notoriety, is freed from 
the charge of contempt of court. 

4th. — A festival is held at San 
Francisco in honor of the fall of 
Sebastopol. About 10,000 persons 
are present, and the affair ends in a 
general row. 



6th. — The Know Nothings suc- 
ceed in re-electing Gov. Gardner to 
the ofiBce of Governor of Massa- 
chusetts. 

11th. — A grain elevator at Char- 
lotte, N, Y.j falls, involving a loss of 
$40,000. 

12th. — The propeller Trinity ex- 
plodes at Port Colbourne and is a 
total loss. Eight of her crew perish , 

27th. — Walker's warehouse, on 
River street, Chicago, is burnt. 
Loss, $150,090. 

DECEMBER. 

3d. — A great steamboat fire oc- 
curs at Memphis, destroying sever- 
al valuable boats, and causing the 
death of fifteen pei'sons. — The 34th 
Congress assembles. — The steamer 
Crescent City is wrecked on the Ba- 
hama Brinks. 

7th. — A serious fire occurs in Sing 
Sing prison. Loss, $80,0U0. 

lOtli. — At the municipal elections 
of Boston, Newburyport, Roxbury, 
and Cambridge, the K. N.s are de- 
feated, and the Citizen's Ticket 
prevails, — James B. Stuart and a 
party of Indians return from a trip 
to the Arctic regions, and give defi- 
nite information relative to the 
death of Sir John Franklin. 

15th. — An election riot oc-eurs in 
Kansas. 

21st.— At Plymouth, Forefathers' 
Day is celebrated. An oration ia 
delivered by Senator Seward. In 
New York, the New England Soci- 
ety celebrated the day. Dr. Oliver 
Wendell Holmes being the Orator. 

25th. — Great excitement in New 
York consequent on the stopping of 
the steamer Northern Light, which 
was about starting with 400fillibus- 
ters. — A severe storm damages a 
large number of trees in Massa- 
chusetts, and breaks down the tele- 
graph wires, so that all communi- 
cation to New York is cut off for 
two days, — Christmas is very gen- 
erally observed as a holiday. 



STREETS, COURTS, AND PLACES. 



Aborn at. fr. 131 Boston to Silsbee 

Adams, from opp. 65 Mason 

Albion, from Prospect 

Allen, fr. 17 English to Webb 

Almshouse, on the Neck 

Andover, fr. 24 Beckford to 8 Lynn 

Andrew, fr, 18 Pleasant to CoUins's 

cove 
Ash, fr. 11 Federal to 155 Bridge 
Barr, fr. 20 Mason to 17 School 
Barton court, fr. Bartoji street 
Barton street, fr. 65 Bridge to Col- 
linses cove 
Barton square, fr. 17 Washington 
Beach, from Mason to North River 
Beaver, fr. Goodhue to Boston 
Beaver court, rear Beaver st, 
Btaver lane, fr. 127 Boston 
Becket st. fr. 23 Essex to 44 Derby 
Becket av. fr. 25 Becket to 38 Derby 
Beckford, fr. 346 Essex to River st. 
Bentley, fr. 51 Essex to 84 Derby 
BUnej, fr. 47 Derby to Webb's 
wbarf [line 

Boston, fr. 410 Es^cx to So. Danvers 
Bott's court, fr. 343 Essex to 18 

Chestnut 
Bridge, fr. Beverly bridge to North 
Briggs, fr. 15 Pleasant to CoUins's 

cove 
Broad, fr. 42 Summer [Peter 

BrowD, from 20 Pleasant to St. 
Bryant, fr. North to 56 Buffum 
BufTum, fr. Mason to Danvers line 
Cambridge, fr. 321 Essex to 10 

Broad 
Carlton, fr. 33 Essex to 52 Derby 
Carpenter, fr. 134 Federal 
Cedar, from 58 Lafayette to Mill 

Pond 
Central, fr. 185 Essex to Lafaj'ette 
Charter, fr. 150 Derby to Central 
Cherry, fr. Porter to Cedar 
Chestnut, fr. 31 Summer to Flint 
Church, from 17 St. Peter to Wash- 
ington [River 
Conant, fr. 56 Bridge to North 
Congress, fr. 44 H irbor 
Creek, fr. 16 jiill to 35 Summer 
Crombie, from 277 Essex to 26 Nor- 



CroBS, from Lemon to Conant 
Cross St. ct. fr. Cross 
Curtis, fr. 89 Essex to 114 Derby 
Daniels, fr. 59 Essex to 96 Derby 
Dean,fr. oSS Essex to Nurth River 
Dearborn, fr. 88 North 
Derby, fr. Neck to Central 
Derby sq. fr. 209 Essex to Front] 
Dodge, fr. ^Valter to Southwick 
Dodge's court, fr. 18 Lafayette 
Dow, fr. 47 Lafayette to 14 Salem 
Downing, fr. Prescott to Margin 
East Webb, east fr. 9 Webb 
Elm,fr. 125 Essex to Derby 
Endicott, fr. 29 Mill to 15 Win- 

throp 
English, fr. 13 Essex to 28 Derby 
Essex, fr. Webb to Turnpike 
Everett, fr. 57 Lafayette to Salem 
Federal ct. fr. 91 Federal street 
Federal, fr. 23 St. Peter to 35 Boston 
Felt, fr. Dearborn to Orne 
Flint, fr. 389 Essex to Broad 
Forrester, fr. 20 Essex to Newbury 
Fowler, fr. 18 Boston 
Foye's ct. fr. Webb 
Franklin, fr. 46 North 
Friend, fr. 89 Mason to North Rivei 
Front, fr. 22 Central to 12 Wash. \ 
Gardner ct. fr. 16 March 
Gardner street, fr. 70 Harbor 
Gedneyct fr. 20Uigh to47 Summer 
Gerrish place, fr. 15 Essex 
Goodhue, fr. 60 Boston to Frye's 

mills 
Green place, west fr. Phelps ct. 
Grove, fr. Goodhue to Harmony 

Grove Cemetery [Chestnut 

Hamilton, from 353 Essex to 22 
Hancock, fr. 80 Lafayette 
HaLson, from 93 Boston 
Harbor, from 67 Mill to the water 
Hardy, from 45 Essex to the water 
Harmony, from Buffum to Barr 
Harod, from Tremont to Harmony 

Grove [grange 

Harrison av. from Everett to La- 
Hathorne, fr. 31 Broad to the water 
Herbert, fr, 99 Essex to 128 Derby 
Higginson sq. between Washington 

St. and Derby square 



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SALEM DIRECTORY. 



I High, fr. 26 Mill to 51 Summer 
|Hi;!;h St. ct. from 13 High 
I HoUiDgsworth Hill, on the Neck 
1 Holly, from 86 Lafayette 
Howard, fr 20 Brown to 131 Bridge 
Irving.fr. Qrc Te to Danvers 
Ives, fr. above 33 Dearborn to rear 

of the Laboratory 
Ives square, opens 26 Brown 
Jackson place, west fr. Phelps ct. 
Jeffrey court, opens GO Wash. 
1 Laboratory, fr. 69 North to Labora- 
tory buildings 
Lafayette, fr. Cenfral toMarblehead 
I Lagrange, fr. 69 Lafayette 
[Laurel, fr. 98 Lafayette to Linden 
; Lawrence place, corner of Washing- 
j ton and Front 

Leach, fr. 89 Lafayette st. east 
I Lemon ct. fr. 20 Lemon 
: Lemon, fr. 96 Bridge st. 
i Liberty, fr. 141 Etsex to Derby 
I Liberty Hill, near North and Nur- 
sery streets 
I Liberty Hill Road, from 130 North 
j Linden, fr. Holly to Laurel 

Lummusct. fr. 173 Federal 
iLynrte, fr. Wash, to 16 North 
i Lvnn, fr. 124 Federal to 20 River 
jMall, fr. 8 Brown to Bridge 
I March, fr. 30 Bridge 

Margin, fr. Summer to Winthrop 
: Market court, fr. 217 Essex south 
j Mason, from 55 North to Grove 

Mason court, fr. 9 Liberty 
; Mason Hill, on Adams, r. Mason 

May, fr. Turnpike to 11 Boston 

.May street ct. fr. May street 

Mc^chanic, fr. 72 North 
j Melcher court, opens 79 North 
I Milk, fr. Andrew to 18 Pickman 

Mill, fr. 2 Norman to Lafayette 
iMill St. ct. r. 36 Mill 

Monroe, fr. 336 Essex to 131 Federal 

.Mt Vernon, fr. 64 Summer to 8 
Wii.throp 

Neik, eastern section of the city 

Newbury, from 124 Essex to 12 
Brown 

Nichols, from 103 Boston 
I Norman, from 1 U'ashington to 29 
j Summer 
[North court, fr. 149 Bridge 



North Pine, fr. 400 E.~sex to Fowler 
North, fr . 810 Essex to Danvers line 
Northey, fr. 104 Bridge 
Nursery, from above 144 North 
Oak, from Mason to North River 
Odell square, from £0 North to 58 

Federal 
Oliver, fr. 6 Brown to Bridge 
Orange, fr. 85 Essex to 114 Derby 
Orne, fr. 130 North to Orne's Point 
Osgood, from 31 Bridge 
Palfrey court, from 100 Derby 
Park, from 30 Harbor 
Parker's ct. fr 35 Pleasant 
Peabody, fr. 25 Lafayette to 55 

Harbor 
Pearl, fr. 66 Bridge to the River 
Ph*-lps court, fr. 51 Broad 
Phillips, fr. Grove to Danvers 
Pickering, from Chestnut to Broad 
Pickman, fr. Winter to the water 
Pine, fr. 401 Essex to AVarren 
Pleasant, fr. 68 Esses to 85 Bridge 
Pleasant st. av. fr. 23 Pleasant to 

Winter 
Pond, from 58 Mill to Mill Pond 
Pope's court, from 45 Boston 
Porter, from 48 Lafayette to Water 
Porter lane, from Porter to Ropes 
Pratt, fr. High to Endicott 
Prescott, fr. 'z3 Winthrop to Margin 
Prince, fr. 36 Harbor st. 
Proctor court, fr. 61 Boston 
Prospect, fr. 103 Boston to Aborn 
Putnam, fr. Hanson to Proctor ct. 
River, fr. 29 Bedford to 13 Lynn 
Ropes St. fr. 70 Mill 
Rust, fr. 18 Federal to Bridge 
Salem, fr. Harbor to Lagrange 
Salem turnpike, from 428 Essex to 

Lynn line 
Saunder.^, fr. 86 Bridge 
School, fr. 105 North to Grove 
Sewall, from 284 Essex to 17 Lynde 
Silsbee, fr. Aborn to Washington 

St., Danvers 
Skerry, fr. Bridge to North River 
South wick, fr. opp. 31 Dearborn to 

Dodge 
Spring, fr. 28 Pleasant 
St. Peter, fr. 170 Essex to Bridge 
St. Peter court, fr. 4 St. Peter 
Summer, fr. 304 Essex to Mill Pond 



SALEM DIRECTORY. 



47 



Summit, from Pro«pect Prospect 

Hill [pike 

Sutton, from Aborn to Salem tuin- 

Tiemont, fr. janction of Grove and 

School to Soufh Danvers 
Turner, fr. 39 Essex to Salem harbor 
Union, fr. 109 Es.sex to S. Salem 
Union pi. fr. 1'J2 North 
Uphnm, from 9 Dearborn to Orne 
Yale, fr. Fhelps ct. 
Yarney, from Mchols to Putnam 
\Yard, tr. 29 Lafayette to Peabody 
Walnut, fr. 117 Essex to Charter. 



^Yalter, fiom Laboratory to Orne | 
Wair.'n, fr. Pickering to Turnpike 
Warren ct. rear 59 \\'arren 
Washington, from R. R. Depot to 

Bridge 
Webb, fr. 1 Derby to 1 Essex 
West place, rear of Mansion House 
Whittemore, from 10 Dearborn to 11 
Mechanic ] 

Williams, from 9 Brown to Bridge 
AYinter, from 5 Brown to 101 Bridge 
A\inthrop, fr. 19 Broad to Mill Pond 
Woodbury's court, fr. 15 Northey 



WHARVES. 



Bancroft's, opens at 199 Derby I 

Bowker's, opens at 227 Derby I 

Brookhouse wharf, ofiens i3 Derby 1 
Brooks, opposite 190 Derby \ 

Brown's, near Nor'h Bridge I 

Buffum's, opens at 9 and 13 Front 1 
Burley & Briggs's, IS to 36 Peabody 
Central, opens at 117 Derby 
Cushings, 183 Derby 
Derby, opp. Custom Ho., Derby st 
Dodge's, from 16 Laftiyette 
Faben's, opens 211 Derby 
Felt's, near Orne's Point 
Flint's, opens on Franklin 
Farnham's, opens at 221 Derby 
Frothingham's, opens at 25 Front 
Hatch's, llo Derby 
Hunt's, opens at 53 Derby 
Laboratory, opens on Franklin 
Leech's, opens at 205 Derby 
Market, opens at 19 Front 



Mill, opens at Mill st. 

Moore's, opens 225 Derby 

Naumkeag, opens on Peabody 
i North, near the North Bridge 
I Peabody's, 165 Derby, foot of Elm 
1 Pierce's, opens at 171 Derby 

Phillips, or India, opens 29 Derby 

Putnam's, opens 157 Derby 
i Sanborn's, 115 Derby 
i Smith's, near Railway, South Salem 

Smith's, lumber wharf, opens 157 
Derby I 

Tucker's, from 101 Derby 

Ward's, 121 Derby 

Waters's, opens on Franklin 

Webb's, from 45 Derby 

White's, foot of Carlton 

Whipple's, foot of Turner 

West's, opens 15 Peabody 

W^est'Sj opens 215 Derby 



HALLS, PUBLIC BUILDINGS, ETC. 



Arrington building, Washington, 

near Depot 
Asiatic building, 32 Washington 
Athengeum, in Plummer Hall 
Bowker building, 150 E^sex 
City Fish Market, rear 21 Front 
City Hall, 44 Washington 
{ City Market. Derb^- square 
City Mills, 37 Mill street 
! City Scales, Forrester, n. St. Peter 
City Watch House, 21 Front 



Court House, Federal, cor. Wa''h. 
Custom House, 112 Derby 
East India Marine Hall, 165 Essex 
Essex Institute, 171 Es-ex 
Franklin Market, 14 Newbury- 
Franklin building, Newbury, cor. 
i E^sex [Chestnut 

Hamilton Hall, Cambridge, corner 
, Lyceum Hall, 35 Church 
iLyr.de IL.ll, 17 Ef-ex 
jM'echauic Hall, 2S5 Essex 



48 SALEM DIRECTORY. 



Museum, 165 Essex 
Perkins Hall, in Franklin 'building 
Phoenix building, Lafayette, corner 
Front 



Phoenix Ilall, in Thoenix builiing 
Pluainier Hall, 134 Essex 
Post Office, 32 Washington 
Town Hall, Derby square 



BOUNDARIES OP WARDS. 

Ward 1. That portion of the city South of Essex street, east of Wash- 
ington street, excepting South Salem. 

Ward 2. All north of Essex street, east of Washington street. 

Ward 3. South Salem, and all west or south of Washington, Essex 
and Boston streets as far as the town bridge. 

Ward 4. Includes all north of Essex street, west of Washington 
street, North Salem, and all above the town bridge on Boston street. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 

St. street ; pi. place ; ct. court ; sq. square ; 1. lane ; n. near ; r. rear ; 
fr. from ; ft. foot ; opp. opposite ; c. or cor. corner ; b. or bds. boards ; 
h. house ; (B.) Boston ; (Cal.) Calilornia. 






GEMEHf^RECTORY. 



AARL JOHN, currier, house rear Phelps court 

Aaron John, cabinet maker, house 10 Broad 

Aaron Elizabeth, widow, house 36 Salem ;' '/ 

Abbot Benjamin, teamster, house 57 Bridge 

Abbot Daniel, insurance agent, house 38 Church 

Abbot Daniel C. expressman, house 8 "Ward 

Abbot George F. fireman, house 23 AVarren 

Abbot Philip, house 20 Williams 

Abbot Philip jr. painter, rear 9 Church, house 20 "Williams 

Abbot Robert, truckman, house 4 Downing 

Abbot Robert B. ticket master, E. R. R. house 16 Church 

Abbott Adolphus, baker, house foot of Blaney 

Abbott Anice, widow, house 6 Fowler 

Abbott Harris, boards 53 Charter 

Abbott George B. mariner, house 97 Bridge 

Abbott Israel C. Market Hotel, 11 and 12 Market square, 

house 53 Charter 
Abbott John H. 12 Market square, boards 53 Charter 
Abbott Lydia Mrs. house 28 Winthrop 
Abbott Mary A. widow, house 97 Bridge 
Abbott Nathaniel ( GUdden S^ Abbott), boards 53 Derby 
Abbott Samuel C, Danvers and Salem express, 3 "Washington, 

house at South Danvers 
Aborn Rebecca, widow, house 136 Boston 
Aborn Sarah S. widow, house 136 Boston 
Acton John, shoemaker, house Mason Hill 
Adams Charles H. house 5 at the F. R. Lead Mills 
Adams Charles T. coach driver, boards 16 Church 
Adams Charles, tanner, 13 Grove, house 6 North Pine 
Adams Eleanor Mrs. house 59 Mill 
Adams George W. mariner, house 59 Mill 
Adams Henry, mariner, house 10 High 
Adams J. A. Rev. house 6 Everett 
Adams (Joseph), Richardson (C. M.), & Co. (H. E. Jocelyn), 

hardware, cutlery and agricultural tools, 207 Essex, h. 

Pine street. North Danvers 



50 SA.LEM [A] DIRECTORY. 



Adams Oliver, house 9 St. Peter 

Adams Rebecca G. Mrs. house 16 School 

Adams Thomas, house 16 Church 

Agge Jacob ( B. Stoddard S^ Agge), house 96 Federal 

Ahern David, house 6 at the F. R. Lead Mills 

Aigan William, stabler, house 15 Ash 

Aiken William B. mariner, house 18 Howard 

Alden Lott Mrs. house 13 Walnut 

Alexander Mary, boards 393 Essex 

Aldrich Moses, overseer, house 68 Harbor 

Aldrich Moses H. operative, house 68 Harbor 

Allard Alnion B. farmer, tiouse toot of Orne 

Allen Benjamin B. tanner, foot of Beach, house 4 Boston 

Allen Bradstreet Mrs. house 11 Prescott 

Allen Charles H. captain, house 24 Hardy 

Alien David, cabinet maker, house 8 Carlton 

Allen Edward, merchant, house 24 St. Peter 

Allen Edward L. currier, house 30 Hathorne 

Allen Ephraim, measurer of leather, house 161 Fed?ral 

Allen Ephraim W. Rev. house 1 Northey 

Allen George, carpenter, house 22 Hardy 

Allen George H. clerk, 14 Asiatic building, boards 24 Hardy 

Allen George W. currier, house rear 59 AVarren 

Allen Ira G. tanner, house 5 Beaver 

Allen Israel, shoemaker, house rear 264 Essex 

Allen James, carpenter, house Milk 

Allen John, blacksmith, house 77 Mason 

Allen John E. Mrs. house 57 Warren 

Allen John F. grapery. Dean, house 31 Chestnut 

Allen Joseph P. stonecutter, house 20 Ward 

Allen Joseph, laborer, house 170 Derby 

Allen Laura W. fancy goods, house 308 Essex 

Allen Nathaniel K. commissioner of insurance, h. 30 Lafayette 

Allen Sdrah, dressmaker, boards 16 Central 

Allen Sarah Mrs. house 7 Webb 

Allen AVilliam E. carpenter, boards 7 AVebb 

Allen William H. mariner, house Milk 

Almon Andrew B. counsellor, 214 Essex, h. 79 Lafayette 

Almy J. Fergus, 175 Essex, boards 169 do. 

Ames Edward B. painter, 3 Crombie, house 45 St. Peter 

Ames George, house 5 Mall 

Ames Jeremiah, carpenter, house 32 St. Peter 

Ames Mary Mrs. hous.e 5 Mall 

Ames Peter, lumber agent, Naumkeag Co.'s whf.[h. 11 Curtis 

Amidown Augustus R. tailor, 6 Union 

Amory Elizabeth, boards 33 Summer 



ALEM [A] DIRECTORY. 51 



Anderson Augustus M. clerk, 116 Derby, boards 61 do. 
Anderson Jacob, laborer, house 61 Derby- 
Anderson James H. tailor, house 9 Charter 
Anderson John, upholsterer, house rear 2-5 Liberty 
Anderson John M. gluemaker, r. Salem turnpike, house do. 
Anderson John, upholsterer, boards 21 Lafayette 
Anderson Joshua, laborer, boards 40 Brown 
Anderson Mary Mrs. house 14 Turner 
Anderson Mary C. house 306 Essex, corner North 
Andrew Eunice W. dressmaker, house 218 Essex 
Andrew John, printer, boards 15 Brown 
Andrew John F. Mrs. house 9 Newbury 
Andrew Martha Mrs. house 15 Brown 
Andrew Patrick, laborer, boards 77 Derby 
Andrew Samuel G. mariner, house 15 Brown 
Andrews Caroline, boards 393 Essex 

Andrews Charles, tanner, house rear Grove, above Mason 
Andrews Daniel, house 24 Lynda 
Andrews Christopher, peddler, house rear 19 Daniels 
Andrews Dolly Ann, house 24 Lynde 
Andrews Esther Mrs. house 88 Mill 
Andrews George, counsellor, 150 Essex, house 393 do. 
Andrews Gilman, blacksmith, 27 Beach, house 5 Oak 
Andrews Hiram, pattern maker and house joiner, h. 20 Salem 
Andrews James H. merchant (B.), house 119 Lafayette 
Andrews Jane, widow, house 26 Mill 
Andrews John P. house 393 Essex 
Andrev.'s Joseph, merchant (B.), house 38 Chestnut 
Andrews Joseph, currier, house 26 Mill 
Andrews Mary Ann Mrs. house 26 Church 
Andrews Nehemiah, carpenter, house rear 83 Lafayette 
i Andrews Samuel P. clerk Police Court, 150 Essex, h. Flint, n. 
j Warren 

(Andrews , Bay State Band, boards 2 Mason 

Anketell Edward, laborer, house 176 Derby 
xlnnable Ephraim Mrs. house 73 North 
Annable John U. millwright, house 177 Boston 
Appleton George B. jeweller, 179 Essex, house 5 Everett 
Appleton Nathaniel, coffin wareroom, 80 Derby, h. 14 Northey 
: Arbuckle Hannah Mrs. house 63 Essex 

Arbuckle Samuel, house 63 Essex { 

Archer {Augustus J.), Downing (T. W.), & Co., dry goods, 173, 
! Essex, house 134 Federal j 

I Archer Deborah Mrs. house 134 Federal 
I Archer Dolly R. house 6 River _ 

: Archer Elizabeth S. tailoress, house 12 Carlton | 

I Archer Fidelia W. Mrs. house 6 Carpenter I 



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Archer Henry Mrs. house 26 Williams 

Archer James, hairdresser, house 6 BufFum 

Archer James N. house rear 140 Essex 

Archer John, house 6 Daniels 

Archer Mary P. house 25 Turner 

Archer Mary P. Mrs. house 40 Essex 

Archer Kufus P. mariner, house 67 Mill 

Archer Sarah, nurse, house rear 28 Church 

Archer William, clerk, 18 Wash, house 67 Lafayette 

Archer William jr. (Shepard &; A.), house 67 Lafayette 

Archer William H. mariner, house 18 Howard 

Archer WilUam H. carpenter, house 11 Becket 

Archibald Matthew, currier, Franklin, house 5 Friend 

Armstrong John, boarding, house 24 Charter 

Arnold Edward B. morocco manuf. 3 Pope's ct. house 87 Boston 

Arnold Mary, house 28 Union 

Arnold James A. wheelwright, house 405 Essex 

Arnold Mary J. Mrs. house 175 Federal 

Arnold Michael P. morocco dresser, house Goodhue 

Arnold Nicholas, laborer, house 428 Essex 

Arnold William, captain, house Becket ave. cor. Derby 

Arrington Benjamin, printer, house 15 Mall 

Arrington George, painter, boards 10 High 

Arrington George S. watchman, house 10 High 

Arrington James, house 6 Andover 

Arrington James jr. bowling saloon, house 14 High st. ct. 

Arrington John, fisherman, house 9 Creek 

Arrington Joseph Mrs. house 43 Lafayette 

Arrington Walter II. painter, house 82 Summer 

Arvedson George, clerk, boards 216 Essex 

Arvedson Hannah Mrs. house 12 Broad 

Arvedson William, blacksmith, house 12 Broad 

Arvedson William L. blacksmith, boards 12 Broad 

Ashby Elias W. currier, house 44 Boston 

Ashby Emeline, tailoress, house 210 Derby 

Ashby Joanna Mrs. boarding house, 7 Prince 

Ashby John J. boots and shoes, 264 Essex, house 12 Summer 

Ashby Josephus, carpenter, house 102 North 

Ashby Robert R. shoemaker, house 21 Salem 

Ashby Thomas, carpenter, house 16 Mechanic 

Ashby Thomas W. shoemaker, house 7 Dean 

Ashton Francis M. mariner, house 1 Carlton 

Ashton Francis P. house 5 Dearborn [h. 20 Central 

Ashton William B. clothing and furnishing goods, 211 Essex, 

Ashton William F. clerk, 211 Essex, boards 20 Central 

Atkins James, carpenter, house Southwick, n. Dearborn 



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Atkins William, house rear 15 River 
Atkinson Betsey Mrs. house 125 Essex 
jAtwell Josiah R. carpenter, house 26 Turner 
iAtwill Isaac, ropemaker, Bridge, above Osc^ood, h. 4 Barton 
|Atwood Morrison, wheelwright, house 25 Beckford 
[Austin Eleazer, lumber, 16 Lafayette, house 58 do. 
I Austin Francis, mariner, house 41 BufFum 
iAustin James L. tanner, house 59 Warren 
I Austin Josiah, watchmaker, 243 Essex, boards 59 Warren 
lAustin Richard H. painter, house 4 Boston 
'Austin William, currier, r. 46 Boston, house 13 do. 
lAverill Benjamin, cooper, house 8 Herbert 
JAverill Benjamin jr. distiller, house 8 Herbert 
[Averill Charles A. blacksmith, house 17 Whittemore 
jAverill Edward A. shoemaker, house 18 Northey 
1 Averill Eliza H. Mrs. house 8 Herbert 
Averill James W. painter, house 8 Herbert 
Averill John J. carpenter. City Mills, house 2 Downing 
Averill Lucy A. seamstress, house 8 Herbert 
Averell (Nathaniel P.) & Low (A. T.), boots and shoes, 76 

Boston, house 79 do. 
Averill Sarah J. tailoress, house 8 Herbert 
Ayer Orpha, widow, house 17 Saunders 
Ayers James, laborer, house 20 Porter 
Ayers Peter, captain, house 23 Forrester 
Ayers Samuel, tanner, house 107 Boston 
Ayers Thomas, currier, house 422 Essex 
Aylward George G. currier, May 
Aylward Michael, mariner, house 6 Elm 

BABBIDGE BENJAMIN, boat builder, house 106 Essex 

Babbidge Benjamin A. Mrs. house 7 Elm 

Babbidge Christopher, shipwright, house 21 Essex 

Babbidge Eunice Mrs. house 52 Essex 

Babbidge Francis, captain, house 43 Broad 

Babbidge John, house 106 Essex 

Babbidge Lydia, teacher, house 7 Carpenter 

Babbidge Sarah, widow, house 8 Howard 

Babcock Cecelia (Remond .S,- B.), house 13 School 

Babcock Charles, hairdresser, 16 Washington, house 13 School 

Babcock David, currier, house upper end Essex 

Brtbcock James, house 13 School 

Bacon Edward C. 228 Washington, boards Essex House 

Bacon Sarah, variety store, 371^ Essex 

Badger Bartholomew S. laborer, house rear 39 Derby 

Badger George A. medicine peddler, house 25 Beckford 



54 SALEM [B] DIRECTORY. 



Bagnall James R. telegraphic operator, E. E.. R. depot, bds. 9 

Washington 
Bailey Edwin A. dyer, boards at H. Colby's 
Bailey Elisha K. carpenter, boards 59 North 
Bailey George C. tanner, house 10 Beach 
Bailey George E. captain, house 32 Dearborn 
Bailey Mary C. Mrs. house 31 Boston 
Bailey William, seaman, house 10 English 
Bain James, currier, house Grove, above Mason 
Baizley Charles, seaman, house 10 Herbert 
Baker Anna Mrs. boarding, house 9 Washington 
Baker Charles, carpenter, house 24 Lafayette ^ 

Baker Ezra F. (E. K. Noyes ^ Co.), house 6 Pond 
Baker Eugenia, House Pingree. 
Baker Francis O. carpenter, boards 24 Lafayette 
Baker Martha, widow, house 181 Bridge 
Baker William, painter, house 1 Allen 
Balch Benjamin, watchmaker, house 25 Lynde 
Balch Benjamin jr. captain, house Cherry, corner Cedar 
Balch Harriet J. widow, house 89 Federal 
Balcomb George, carpenter, boards 8 Prince 
Balcomb Henry W. carpenter, house 8 Phillips 
Balcomb Israel, carpenter, house 8 Phillips 
Baldwin Ann Mrs. house 15 Pleasant 
Baldwin Benjamin, carpenter, house 14 School 
Baldwin Eben S. captain, house 8 Mechanic 
Baldwin Joseph, carpenter, house 64^ North 
Baldwin Sarah Mrs. house 72 North [St. Peter. 

Ball John, city missionary, office 8 Franklin building, house 26 
Ball Mary Mrs. house 67 Mill 
Ball William, baker and flour merchant, 22 Central, house 34 

Charter 
Ballard Barzillai, fisherman, house 16 March 
Ballard Henry A. captain, house 28 St. Peter 
Ballard James, house 96 Lafayette 
Ballard James C. captain, house Linden 

Bancroft George C. at Gas Works office, b. opposite 111 Boston 
Bancroft James B. clerk, 108 Boston, boards do. 
Bancroft Samuel A. house Prospect 

Bancroft Sidney C. counsellor, 27 Washington, h. So. Danvers 
Bancroft Thomas S. boots, shoes and crockery, 108 Boston, 

house do. 
Bane Mary, widow, house 24 Brown 
Barenson Abraham Z. mariner, house 15 Essex 
Barker Benjamin, baker, house 158 Bridge 
Barker Hannah and Margaret Misses, house 96 Boston 



SALEM [B] DIRECTORY. 55 

Barker Henry M. shipwright, house 17 Becket 
Barker Jacob, carpenter, house 12 School 
Barker Joseph W. wheelwright, 29 Liberty, house 4 Pearl 
Barker Ruth Mrs. nurse, 11 Curtis 
Barker Thomas, shipwright, house 4 Allen 
Barlow Lydia A. widow, house Vale 

Barlow John, boots and shoes, 149 Essex, house 10 Pleasant 
; Barnard Edward, captain, house 1 Cambridge 
Barnard Samuel, gum copal works, house 14 Allen 
Barnes Alice A. Mrs. house 319 Essex 
Barnes John, laborer, boards rear 41 Derby 
Barnes Joseph, shoemaker, house 162 Bridge 
Barney Laura, widow, house 14 Derb.y 
Barney Samuel Mrs. house 9 J Enghsh 
Barr Eunice, house 21 Lynde 
Barr Robert, flagman, house 13 Mason 
Barr Sarah, house 57 Washington 
Barrenson Abraham, mariner, house 15 Essex 
Barrett Edward, tanner, house 65 Old Boston Road 
Barrett Edward, tanner, house rear 67 Mason 
Barrett Matthew, laborer, house 10 Herbert 
Barrett John, laborer, house Tucker's wharf 
Barrett Levi, weaver, boards 67 Harbor 
Barrett Mary, widow, house 9 Cherry 
Barrett Peter, laborer, house 168 Derby 
Barrett Patrick, laborer, house 2 Tucker's wharf 
Barrett Patrick, laborer, house 27 Daniels 
Barrett William, laborer, house foot Ives 
Barron Franklin S. blacksmith, house 7 Pleasant 
Barron John, mariner, boards 21 Summer 
Barron Phebe H. Mrs. nurse, house 7 Pleasant 
Barry Albert L. farmer, house 1 Mill st. court 
Barry Edward, laborer, house Tucker's wharf 
-Barry James (Cal.), house 8 Ropes 
'Barry James, laborer, house 30 Peabody 
Barry John, laborer, house 7 Ropes 
I Barry Lawrence, laborer, house 9 Prince 
Barry Michael, laborer, house Boyd, near Pingree 
Barry Michael, laborer, house Adams, near Mason 
! Barry Thomas, shoemaker, house Prospect 
;' Barry William, mariner, house 6 Prince 
I Barry William, mason, house 92 Derby 
iBarstow Anstiss S. Mrs. house 25 Chestnut 
Barstow Benjamin, counsellor, 159 Essex, house 25 Chestnut 
(Bartlett Alexander, grocer, 82 Derbv, house 2 Palfrey court 
Bartlett Fred. B. cigar manuf. 82 Derby, h. 2 Palfrev court 



56 SALEM [B] DIRECTORY. 



Barton Gardner, apothecary, 124 Essex, house 88 Bridge 

Barton William C. grocer, 8 Brown, house 2 Williams 

Basley Charles, mariner, house 10 Herbert 

Bassett Edward H. blacksmith, house 8 Lemon 

Bassett John, clairvoyant physician, house 17 Webb 

Bassett John B. captain, house Lemon court 

Bassett Robert C. mason, house 9 Mechanic 

Bassett Robert C. shoemaker; boards 9 Mechanic 

Batchelder Benjamin P. shoemaker, house 56 Broad 

Batchelder Charles M. currier, house 6 River 

Batchelder David G. foreman F. R. Lead Co. h. 2 Holly 

Batchelder Elizabeth Mrs. house 55 Broad 

Batchelder George E. clerk, house 147 Bridge 

Batchelder George W. refreshments, 10 Derby sq. h. 23 Union 

Batchelder Hannah Mrs. dry goods, 202 Essex, house 200 do. 

Batchelder Increase, laborer, house 142 Bridge 

Batchelder Jacob, principal High School, house 30 Brown 

Batchelder John D. shoemaker, house 55 Broad 

Batchelder John H. dentist, 157 Essex, house 7 Andrew 

Batchelder Joshua Mrs. house 14 Crombie 

Batchelder Joseph, wheelwright, house 30 St. Peter 

Batchelder Nathan A. captain, house 14 Crombie 

Batchelder Richard, conductor Lawrence R. R. h. 71 Federal 

Batchelder Samuel L. house 3 Cedar 

Batchelder Sarah Mrs. house 7 Herbert 

Batchelder William, farmer, house near 123 Lafayette 

Batchelder William jr. Mrs. house 147 Bridge 

Batchelder William L. sash and blind maker, h. 47 Endicott 

Bateman Thomas, laborer, house 206 Derby 

Bates Charles F. merchant tailor, 244 Essex, h. 2^ Federal 

Bates Charles H. clerk, 186 Essex, boards 2^ Federal 

Bates Thomas, currier, house 8 Whittemore 

Bates William B. captain, house 76 Bridge 

Bathrick Josiah, laborer, house 86 Mill 

Battis (James H.) & Brown ( Willardli.), tobacconists and cigar 

manuf. 110 Derby, house 23 Liberty 
Battis (John) & Florance (Z". T".), coopers, 147 Derby, houss 

21 Union 
Battis Lucy Mrs. house 13 Curtis 
Beadle John, mast and spar maker, house 17 Turner 
Beadle John jr. spar maker, house 10 Hardy 
Beadle Joseph, calker, house 17 Turner 
Beadle Josiah, shoemaker, 6 Lemon, house 102 Bridge 
Beadle Josiah jr. calker, house 21 Turner 
Beal Mary Mrs. house 16 English 
Beamis Nancy, widow, house 108 Derby 



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Beard James Mrs. house 39 Summer 

Beatty James, shoemaker, house 13 Prince 

Beaver Amelia, widow, house 405 Essex 

Beaver James, mariner, house 20 Becket 

Becket {Daniel C.) & Fellows {George), boat builders and spar 
makers, foot Daniels, house 40 Derby 

Becket Hannah Mrs. house 21 Union 

Becket Jane H. Mrs. house 42 Derby 

Becket Hannah Mrs. house 18 Carlton 

Becket Samuel Mrs. house 18 Carlton 

Becket George, laborer, house 172 Derby 

Baxter Charles, laborer, house 127 Derby 

Beckford Asa, tanner, house 14 Flint 

Beckford Charles A. teamster, house 59 Lafayette 

Beckford Eben, currier, house 2 Beach 

Beckford John M. tanner, house 2 May st. court 

Beckford {Josiah) & Hanson {J. V.), grain and meal, 2 Lafay- 
ette, and Frye's Mills, house 18 School 

Beckford Melind'a R. Mrs. nurse, house 29 Mill 

Beckford Penson, laborer, house 14 Flint 

Beckford Sarah R. Mrs. house 2 Rust 

Beckford Thomas F. grocer, 83 Bridge, house 85 do. 

Bedee Appleton G. shoemaker, house 23 Cedar 

Bedee John F. shoemaker, house 8 Ward 

Begg Sarah A. nurse, house foot of Skerry 

BeifElizabeth Mrs. house 18 Becket 

Bell John, house 7 Lynn 

Bell John H. carpenter, boards 7 Lynn 

Benjamin Charles Mrs. house 49 Derby 

Bennard Andrew A. cooper, house 7 Elm 

Bennett Abraham, clothing, &c. 33 Lafayette, h. 24 Harbor 

Bennett Edward, ship carpenter, house 26 Hardy 

Bennett George W. harness maker, 321 Essex, house 345 do. 

Bennett Milton A. engineer E. R. R. house 4 Endicott 

Bennett Patrick, laborer, house 26 Mill 

Bennett Philip, carpenter, house 65 Harbor 

Benson Charles A. mariner, house Pratt 

Benson Elizabeth .W widow, house 8 High 

Benson Emery K. clerk (B.) , house 52 Forrester 

Benson George W. clerk (B.), house 52 Forrester 
lienson Samuel, coachman, house 58 Mill 

Benson Samuel, captain, house 52 Forrester 

Benson Samuel B. shoemaker, house 58 Mill 

Benson William C. mariner, house 52 Forrester 

Bermingham George, variety store, house 30 Xorman 

Bermingham Thomas, laborer, house 24 Ward 



58 SALEM [B] DIRECTOllY, 



Berry Aaron W. mariner, house 12 Conant 
Berry Abigail Mrs. nurse, hr^use 4.^ Turner 
I Berry Anna, widow, house 8 Congress 
Berry Betsey Mrs. house Phelps court 
Berry Charles H. rigger, 20 Derby wharf, house 11 Elm 
Berry Ebenezer, morocco dreser , house Uniou place 
Berry George A. tailor, house 47 Federal 
Berry George A. currier, house Phelps court 
Berry George E. captain of the watch, house 41 Essex 
Berry George F. baker, house Skerry 
Berry Jacob, turnkey at the jail, house 8 Congress 
Berry John C. captain, house 30 Harbor 
Berry Nathaniel, house 37 St. Peter 
Berry Lovey, widow, house Prospect 
Berry Oliver, at Bosson & Glover's, house Phelps court 
Berry William A. baker, house Prince 
Bertram John, merchant. Central wharf, house 370 Essex 
Beston James, shoemaker, house 11 Flint 
Bettis John B. machine sewing, loU Essex, house 29 Pleasant 
Bigelow L. N. millinery, 278 Essex, boards 280 do, 
Biaelow Lewis A. shoemaker, house 3 Ash 
Bird Benjamin M. painter, house 9 High 
Bird Sarah, widow, house 8 Park 
Black Jessie, widow, house 210 Derby 
Blackburn Jane and Margaret, house 7 Park 
Blaisdell Samuel E,. Mrs. house 20 Park 
Blake Augustus S. carpenter, 29 Liberty, house 3 Ash 
Blake George T. furniture dealer (B.), house 406 Essex 
Blake Jethro, laborer, house 16 Sewall 
Blithen True G. {Clark 8^ B.), boards 20 Ward 
Blinn George H. carpenter, house 5o Federal 
Blinn John F. carpenter, house North, near Nursery 
Blunt Thomas, laborer, house 18 Salem 
Bly Charity, widow, house 154 Boston 
Boardman Benjamin S. currier, house 19 Crombie 
Boardman Daniel, grocer, 39 Derby, house 51 do. 
Boardman Francis G. shoemaker, boards Crispus E-hodes's 
Bodwell George H. carpenter, house 41 Bufium 
Bogue John Mrs. 93 Derby 
Boles John, currier, house 8 Lynn 
Boncastle George, cabinet maker, house 8 Conant 
Bond Lewis, tanner, Goodhue, house 6 Boston 
Bosson (Abraham F.J & Glover (George D.J, boots and shoes, 

14 Lafayette, house 3 Salem 
Boswell John C. clerk, boards 4 BufFum 
Boswell William W. wood and coal, North wharf, h. 4 BufFum 



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Bott James, tanner, rear 27 Boston, house 27 do. 

Bott John C. currier, Pope's court, house 95 Boston 

Bott Thomas, shoemaker, 56 Derby, house 20 Becket 

Bousley Joseph, housewright, house 14 Cedar 
I Bovey "Nicholas, shoemaker, house Green place 

Bowditch Daniel C. shipwright, house 6 Hardy 

Bowditch Ebed S., Boston JExpress, 43 Wash. h. 402 Essex 

Bowditch Elizabeth, house 28 Turner 

Bowditch George, house 11 Bentley 

Bowditch George jr. mason, house 9 Bentley 

Bowditch Harriet Mrs. boarding house, 5 Barton square 

Bowditch William A. crockery and glass ware, 221 Essex, h. 
196 Derby 

Bowdoin David W. photographic artist (B.), house 10 Federal 

Bowdoin W, L. dentist, 208 Essex, house 57 Washington 

Bowdoin Sarah, widow, house 7 Dean 

Bowe John G. teamster, house 4 Essex 

Bowe Alexander tanner, house 24 Winthrop 

Bowen John, blacksmith, boards 168 Derby 

Bowen John, laborer, house rear 95 Boston 

Bowen Thomas, shoemaker, house 20 Carleton 

Bowie James, boarding house, 59 Xorth 

Bowker Charles ( Boicker Brothers J, house 9 Crombie 

Bowker Daniel R. house 8 St. Peter 

Bowker Brothers (George lV Charles), flour, grain and salt,'^227 
and 229 Derby, George's house 9 Crombie 

Bowker Joel, merchant, house 9 Crombie 

Bowland Hannah, teacher, 1 Walnut 

Bowman James, shoemaker, 5 Endicott, h. 15 High st. court 

Bowman Philip, machinist, boards 2 Curtis 

Boyce Hugh, laborer, house Prospect 

Boyce Hugh, house 325 Essex 

Boyce Jonathan H. shoemaker, house 15 Warren 

Boyer Charles, captain, house 59 Derby 

Boyle Edward, morocco beamster, house Beayer street court 

Boyle Thomas, laborer, house Odell square 

Boylston Peter, laborer, house 30 Norman 

Braden James, currier, 47 Boston, house 169 Federal 

Brady Patrick, shoemaker, house 35 Harbor 

Brady Thomas, cooper, house 88 Derby 

Brackett Thomas, teamster, house 57 Harbor 
I Bradford George P. teacher, boards 4 Broad 
I Bradford Benjamin W. cabinet maker, house 31 Turner 
! Bradford John W. laborer, house rear 59 Warren 

Bradley John, laborer, house rear 3 Pingree 
j Bradstreet John jr. house 7 Mall 

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60 SALEM [B] DIRECTORY. 



Brady John, farmer, house Grove 

Brady Thomas, laborer, boards rear 24 Congress 

Bragg Hartson, laborer, house 9 Turner 

Branigan Arthur, shoemaker, house 9 Pond 

Brainard John, cooper, boards 24 Brown 

Branigan James, shoemaker, house 17 BufFum 

Bray Ann R. dry goods, house 76 Federal 

Bray Benjamin, patent balance curtain spring manufactory, 2 

Franklin building, house 17 Carlton 
Bray Daniel H. mariner, house 45 Charter 
Breed George J. house 8 Mall 
Breed Holton J. captain, house 8 Mall 
Breed Phebe A. teacher Normal School, house at Lynn 
Breed Rebecca Mrs. dressmaker, house 57 Summer 
Breen John, currier, house 56 Broad 
Brennen A. Mrs. widow, house 130 North 
Brennen James, laborer, house 138 North 
Brennen Brien, laborer, house Phillips, near GroA^e 
Brennen Walter, laborer, house 132 North 
Brennan Walter, laborer, house 83 Mason 
Brewer C. & Son, tobacconists, 18 Front 
Brewster George I. (Ira A.Brewster ^ So7i), h. 20 Mason 
Brewster Ira A. & Son fG. I. Brewster), tanners and curriers, 

11 Franklin, house 43 North 
Brick Ellen, widow, house 32 Union 
Brick William, laborer, house 11 Charter 
Brickley Narry, widow, house 92 Derby 
Brian Timothy, currier, house 125 Boston 
Brien John, currier, boa'rds 4 Oak 
Briggs Charles C. carpenter, house 11 Gardner court 
Briggs Charles N. at Laboratory, boards 77 North 
Briggs Edward T. machine sewing, 15 Lafayette, h. 2 Beckford 
Briggs George W. Rev. house 9 Summer 
Briggs James B. 38 Forrester 

Briggs James C. house 38 Forrester [house 22 Albion 

Briggs (John F.) & Willisims (Urban R.), curriers, Prospect, 
Briggs Joseph B. shoemaker, board 77 North 
Briggs Lydia Mrs. house 77 North 
Briggs Nancy Mrs. house 97 Boston 
Briggs Richard, marble worker, house 14 Central 
Briggs Samuel, 15 Lafayette, house 2 Beckford 
Briggs Susan A. Mrs. house 24 Lafayette 
Briggs William, shoemaker, house 14 Albion 
Briglit Mary Mrs. house 12 Beckett 
Brimblecomb PhiHp H. mariner, house 34 Endicott 
Brine Stephen, laborer, house Tucker's wharf 
Brittnev Jane Mrs. house 100 Boston 



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Broadrick Dennis, laborer, house 39 North 

Broadrick Thomas, laborer, house 31 Mason 

Broen John H. F, mariner, house 21 Summer 

Brogan Patrick, laborer, house 8 Whittemore 

Brookhouse Mary H. Mrs. house 23 High 

Brookhouse Robert, merchant, 16 Asiatic building and Phillips 

wharf, house 51 Washington 
Brookhouse Robert jr. merchant, 16 Asiatic building and Phil- 
lips wharf, house 13 Lynde 
Brooking Thomas, restorator, 134 Boston, house 19 Albion 
Brooks Alfred R. teamster, 107 Derby, house 12 Hardy 
Brooks Asa, hardware and crockery, 120 Essex, h. 11 Andrew 
Brooks Augustus T. flour, grain, coal, &c. 117 Derby, house 20 

Federal 
Brooks Charles H. surveyor, house 98 Federal 
Brooks D. Brainerd & Brother (L. B. Brooks), books, station- 
ery and music store, 193 Essex, house 30 Brown 
Brooks George 0. cooper, house 123 Lafayette 
Brooks George P. at Seccomb & Dennis, boards 11 Andrew 
Brooks Harriet M. N. widow, house 123 Lafayette 

Brooks Henry M. clerk and treasurer Forest River Lead Co. 
'245^ Essex, house 112 Lafayette 

Brooks Isaac C. carpenter, house rear 11 Andrew 

Brooks James, carpenter, house rear 11 Andrew 

Brooks James L. ship joiner, house 106 Essex 

Brooks John, house and ship joiner, Derby whf. h. 13 Andrew 

Brooks John G. Mrs. house 11 Andrew 

Brooks J. F. clerk, 14-5 Essex, boards 13 Andrew 

Brooks Lovina Mrs. house Phelps court 

Brooks Luke (94 Commercial street, Boston), house 3 Briggs 

Brooks Luke jr. grocer, 178 Derby, house 11 Oliver 

Brooks Lyman B. (D. B. Brooks l\ Brother), house 30 Brown 

Brooks Maria Mrs. house 192 Derby 

Brooks Nathaniel H. grocer, 178 Derby, house 10 St. Peter 
j Brooks Samuel H. clerk, house 192 Derby 
I Brooks Susan, fancy goods, 102 Essex, house 14 Curtis 
; Brooks (Timothy) & Noyes (Isaac Sj, grocers, 121 Essex, h 
7 Liberty 

Brooks William, cooper, house 123 Lafayette 

Brooks William A. apothecary, 33^ Lafayette, h. 11 Andrew 

Brown Alden, fireman E. R. R. house 19 Creek 

Brown Alexander, laborer, house 10 Derby 

Brown Ann Mrs. house 118 Bridge 

Brown Ann Mrs. house 12 Northey 

Brown Anna, tailoress, house 30 Andrew 

Brown Augustus S. clerk Naumkeag S. Co. b. 114 Essex 

Brown Benjamin, shoemaker, house 24 Cedar 



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Brown Benjamin, shoemaker, house 16 Essex 

Brown Benjamin, cabinet maker, house 11 Rust 

Brown Catherine H. teacher, house 15 Crombie 

Brown Charles, ship carpenter, house 86 Bridge 

Brown Charles Dudley, clerk, boards 15 Crombie 

Brown Charles E. mariner, house 12 Walnut 

Brown Charles E. painter, 42 Charter, house 10 Becket 

Brown Charles H. 14^ Derby square, b. Mansion House 

Brown Daniel jr. baker. 10 Mill, and grocer, 16 Mill, h, 8 do. 

Brown Daniel, deputy supt. workhouse, at the Neck 

Brown Edmund Mrs. house 5 Woodbury's court 

Brown Edward, captain, house 118 Bridge 

Brown Elizabeth, teacher, boards 15 Crombie 

Brown Elizabeth Mrs. house 33 Brown 

Brown Epes, carpenter, house 15 Crombie 

Brown Ephraim, Register of Deeds, Court House, h. 11 Winter 

Brown Francis, treasurer Salem Gas Light Co., Northey, house 

6 Brown 
Brown George, carpenter and stair builder, 49 St. Peter, h. do. 
Brown George, currier, house 6 Fowler 
Brown George, clerk, 30 Front, house 9 Northey 
Brown George jr. stair builder. North, n. Bridge, h. 8 Notthey 
Brown George A. & Theodore, carpenters, 158 Derby, house 59 

Bridge 
Brown George T. clerk, house 11 Salem 
Brown George F. & S. lumber, wood, bark and hay, 33, 35 and 

37 North, house 31 Dearborn 
Brown Hannah Mrs. house 118 Bridge 
Brown Hannah Mrs. house 11 Oliver 
Brown Hannah Mrs. house 8 Turner 
Brown Harvey, house 44 Forrester 
Brown Henry, mason, house 7 Turner 
Brown Henry jr. painter, house 42 Derby 
Brown Henry 3d, shoemaker, house Phelps court 
Brown Henry A. clerk. 26 Washington, h. 15 Winthrop 
Brown (Henry F.) & Stanley (A. J.J, stair builders, 33 North, 

house 43 St. Peter 
Brown Jacob F. principal of Browne School, house 13 Cedar 
Brown James, seaman, house 90 Derby [h. 23 Mall 

Brown (James M.) & Upton (Moses T.J, carpenters, 7 Walnut, 
Brown John, laborer, house foot Lagrange 
Brown John, fisherman, house 15 Osgood 
Brown John B. umbrella maker, 23 Washington, h. 8 Albion 
Brown John D. cooper, house 11 Carlton 
Brown John M. 14i^ Front, house 21 Salem 
Brown John W. tanner, house Beaver court 



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Brown Jonathan Mrs. house lo Webb 

Brown Jonathan jr. laborer, house 32 St. Peter 

Brown Jonathan E. Mrs. house 15 AVebb 

Brown Joseph A. baker, house 8 Mill 

Brown Joshua, ship carpenter, boards 3 Salem 

Brown Judith Mrs. house 71 Federal 

Brown Lawrence, refreshments, Arrington's building, house do. 

Blown Leander C. trader, house Salem turnpike 

Brown Luoy Mrs. house 16 High 

Brown Martha A. teacher, house 4-1 Forrester 

Brown Mary C. Mrs. house 8 Cross 
■ Brown Mary, widow, house 13 Gediiey court 
; Brown Mary Ann, dressmaker, house o])p. 3-4 Church 

Brown Nathaniel, merchant, house 22 Brown 

Brown Nathaniel jr. captain, house 14 Crombie 

Browr^Parker, captain, house 28 St. Peter 

Browii Patrick, laborer, house Tucker's wharf 

Brown Kobert L. painter, boards 49 St. Peter 

Brown Samuel, tanner, end of Beaver 

Brown Samuel C. shoemaker, boards 24 Brown 

Brown Samuel jr. {G. F. & S. Brown), h. Upham, cor. Dearborn 

Brown Sarah A. teacher, house 44 Forrester 

Brown Silas, currier, house 62 Mason 
; Brown Stephen, blacksmith, house rear 93 Boston 

Brown Susan, widow, house 8 Lemon 

Brown Theodore (Geo. A. <Sj- T. Brown), house r. 116 Bridge 
' Brown Thomas W. shoemaker, house 1 Beach 

Brown Timothy, tanner, house 13 Gedney ct. 
i Brown Willard H. {Battis ^ Broioi), house 35 Charter 
I Brown William, mariner, house 55 North 
i Brown William, clerk, State House (B.), house 19 Broad 

Brown William B. (Perkins Si; BrutvnJ, house 86 Bridge 

Brown William D. painter, house 15 Webb 

Brown William H. tishdealer, house 2 Beach 

Brown William S. painter, house 19 Bioad 

Brown William W. laborer, house 16 Porter 

Brown Winthrop, wool puller, house 13 Aborn [cor. Summer 

Browne Albert G. merchant, (33 Comm'l. st. B.), house Broad, 
^ Browne (Benjamin F.) & Price (Charles H.J, druggists and 
I apothecaries, 226 Essex, house 1 Hamilton 

Browne J. Vincent, merchant, house 13 Pleasant 

Browning George B. house 56 Harbor 

Browning George B. farmer, house 56 Harbor 

Browning John P. clerk, 154 Essex, boards 56 Plarbor 
^ Bruce Daniel, mariner, house Linden 

Bruce Francis, currier, house 51 Warren 



64 SALEM [B] DIRECTORY. 



Bruce George W. currier, 55 Boston, house (5 do. 

Bruce Robert P. carpenter, boards 51 Warren 

Bruce Sarah Mrs. house 51 Warren 

Bryant Hiram K. shoemaker, house 8 Carpenter 

Bryant J. Johnson, shoemaker, 27 Norman, house do. 

Bryant John, shoemaker, house Bryant, rear North 

Bryant Lydia, nurse, house 14 Norman 

Bryant Phebe, widow, house 41 Buffum 

Bryant Timothy, merchant, house 31 Charter 

Bubier Deborah, house 11 Cross 

Buchanan George, shoemaker, house 12 Ward 

Buckley Cornelius, laborer, house Phillips, near Grove 

Buckley Daniel, mariner, house 7 Charter 

Buckley David, laborer, house 30 Peabody 

Buckley John, laborer, house 121 Boston - 

Buckley Timothy, currier, house Adams 

Buckley William, laborer, house Tucker's wharf 

Buckston Alonzo D. baker, house 4 High 

BulRngton James, captain, house 115 Boston 

Buffum Caleb, grocer, 16 Buffum, house 18 do. 

Buffum Charles C. steam planing, house 149 Bridge [Biidge 

Buffum David, lumber and steam planing, 9 Front, house 149 

Buffum Edward, saddler, 19 Buffum, house 17 do. 

Buffum James R. house 62 Washington 

Buffum Joshua, house 39 Summer 

Buffum Sarah Mrs. house 1 Chestnut 

Buffum William P. shoemaker, house 21 Buffum 

Buley Heary, mariner, house East Webb 

Bullard Isaac, mariner, house 158 Boston 

BuUard Martha, widow, house 158 Boston 

Bullock Elizabeth Miss, house 100 Federal 

Bullock Elizabeth C. & Mary Ann, house 15 Carlton 

Bullock George, house 73 Derby 

Bullock Isaac S, house 73 Derby 

Bullock Martha, widow, house Boston, opp. Aborn 

Bullock Preserved, dressmaker, house 100 Federal 

Bullock Samuel, mariner, house 73 Derby 

Bunker Eli, teamster, house Everett, corner Salem 

Burbank David H. machinist, house 28 Norman 

Burbank E. Augustus, carriage painter, house 6 Buffum 

Burbank Eben G. carriage painter. West pi. house 6 Buffum 

Burbank George W. merchant tailor, 156 Essex, h. 6 Cambridge 

Burbank Jonathan M. blacksmith, house 28 High 

Burbank Silas, co.ich painter, 3 Cambridge, house do. 

Burbeck William H. & Co. (J. J. Muhlig), merchant tailors, 

255 Essex, house 75 North 
Burchmore Zachariah, Brit, consul, 112 Derby, h. 7 Northey 



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Burchstead Joseph, currier, house 13 "Warren 

Burehsted Job, shoemaker, house BufFum, above Bryant 

Burchsted Joseph X. carpenter, house 30 Mill 

Burding Henry W. liquors, Essex, house Beaver, cpp. Beaver la, 

Burding William Mrs. house 122 Boston 

Burden Thomas, house 15 High street court 

Burgess James, fisherman, house 26 Turner 

Burgess James jr. mariner, boards 26 Turner 

Burgess Joseph, house 9 Herbert 

Burgess William, machinist, house 3o Layfayette 

Burke David W. teamster, house end of Beaver 

Burke Israel H. grocer, 319 Essex, house 8 Carpenter 

Burke Michael, curiier, house 12 Friend 

Burke Patrick, currier, house 19 Fo\vler 

Burke Thomas B. mason, house 26 Daniels 

Burke William, laborer, house 16 Congress 

Burkinshaw George, horse nail maker, rear 63 Boston, house 

Lummus court 
Burley John, house 4 Lynde 
Burnham Ebenezer, house 33 Dearborn 
Burnham Elizabeth G. Mrs. nurse, house 20 Nor they 
Burnham Franklin C. mariner, house 21 Becket 
Burnham George Rev. house 17 Crombie 
Burnham George A. baker, house 20 Northey 
j Burnham John T. secretary Holyoke and Hamilton Mutual 
j Fire Insurance Companies, 27 Wash. h. 12 Williams 
: Burnham Martha Mrs. house 58 Federal I 

jBurniston Jane, dressmaker, 3^ Liberty, boards 32 St. Peter 
1 Burns Daniel, laborer, house 172 Derby 
[Burns Edward, currier, house 83 Mason 
i Burns John, tinsmith, house 1 Parker's court 
1 Burns Joseph, laborer, house 15 St. Peter 
Burns Mary, widow, house 101 Derby 
Burns Mary Ann Mrs. boarding house, 156 Derby 
Burns Nancy Mrs. house 2 Lynde 
; Burns Peter, gum copal worker, house 25 Daniels 
Burns Timothy, currier, house 405 Essex 
Burr Ephraim, captain, house 34 Charter 
, Burrill Josiah S. clerk, 245 Essex, house 385 do. 
Burrill Mary Mrs. nurse, house 30 Derby 
Burt John Mrs. house 1 Daniels 
BurtAVarren, teamster, house end of Beaver court 
Bush Charles Mrs. house 45 Endicott 
Buster James, tanner, house rear 347 Essex 
Buswell Eben, boots and shoes, 196 Essex, house 10 Winter 
Buswell Eben W. clerk, 196 Essex, boards 10 Winter 



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Butland John, shoemaker, house 8 Nursery 

Butland Mary, widow, house 8 Nursery 

Butler Benjamin, currier, house 46 Broad 

Butler Daniel, currier, house Fowler 

Butler Edward, currier, house 10 Barton 

Butler John S. shoemaker, house 7 May 

Butler Thomas, currier, house Fowler 

Butman Elizabeth Mrs. tailoress, house 14 Central 

Butman Francis C. merchant, 130 Commercial st. (B.), house 

13 Mason 
Butman Luther C. shoemaker, house 14 Peabody 
Butman Nancy, house 27 Turner 
Butterfield Hiram, Naumkeag Steam Mills, house Cibot, corner 

Hancock 
Buttrick Samuel B. bookkeeper, Commercial Bank, h. 54 Mill 
Buxton Alonzo H. 1 Washington, house 4 High 
Buxton Charles H. currier, house Irving, rear Grove 
Buxton Charles W. saloon, 1 Washington, house 9 English 
Buxton Edward, shoemaker, house Aborn 
Buxton George, house 1 Mechanic 
Buxton George, gardener, house rear Aborn 
Buxton George W. S. shoemaker, boards 1 Beach 
Buxton Henry, tanner, house 8 Friend 
Buxton Joseph, house 14 Friend 

Buxton Joseph jr. tanner and currier, h. 1 Beach, c. Mason 
Buxton Joseph S. watchman, house lo Friend 
Buxton Thomas, milUnery and lace, 256 Essex, h. at So. Danrers 
Byors James, shoemaker, house 79 Bridge 
Byrne Clifford C. teamster, 117 Derby, house 152 do. 
Byron Eunice D. widow, house 5 Salem 

CABAN LYDIA, widow, house rear 18 Beckford 

Cabeen David, clerk, house 14 Central 

Cabeen John fT. Smith S^- Co.), house 14 Central 

Cabeen William, coal and w^ood, 208 Derby, house 14 Central 

Cabot Joseph S. president Asiatic Bank, house 365 Essex 

Cahot Rebecca, house 365 Essex 

CafFrey James, laborer, house Nichols 

Cahoon David P. seaman, house 15 Central 

Cahoon Reuben, house at the Fort 

Cahoon Ruth Mrs. house 15 Central 

Caldwell Elizabeth W. Mrs. house 23 Turner 

Caldwell Sarah Mrs. house 14 Liberty 

Caldwell Terrence, laborer, house Tucker's w'harf 

Calef John, grocer, 26 Washington, house 6 Barton square 

Call Samuel L. mariner, house 32 Williams 

Call Thomas A. Mrs. nurse, house 119 Essex 



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Callahan Caroline (Jones &; C), house 36 St. Teters 

Callahan Dennis, laborer, house 2-i High 

Callahan Eliza, widow, boards 3 Dean 

Callahan John, tanner, house 8 Lynn 
]' Callahan John, laborer, house High street court 

Callahan John, laborer, house 4 High street court 

Callahan John, laborer, house rear Adams 

Callahan Margaret, widow, house 387 Essex 
j Callahan Patrick, currier, house lo River 

Callaher John, blacksmith, boards 4 Albion 
I Caller James M. leather dealer, house 146 Boston 

Calley Mary Mrs. house o Kust 

Calley Samuel, painter, 74 Washington, house 11 Rust 

Calley William, blacksmith, house 5 Rust 

Galium Edward, 26 Derby square, house 1 Pratt street court 

Campbell Charlotte Mrs. house 20 Conant 

Canney Sylvester G. engineer, house Barr 

Canterbury Henry W. house 5 Xorthey 

Canty Charles, laborer, house rear 3o Harbor 

Capela William, mariner, house 15 Pond 

Capulla Joseph, cabinet maker, house 16 St. Peter 

Caraway Catherine S. variety store, 58 D^rby 

Caraway Edward A. seaman, boards 58 Derby 

Carey Charles W. clerk, 155 Ess^^x, boards Mansion House 

Carey Daniel, currier, house Phelps court 

Carey Jeremiah, laborer, house Phillips, near Grove 

Carey Joseph W. painter, 7 Boston, house Fulton St., Danvers 

Carey Mary, widow, house Phelps court 

Carey Susan, widow, house 13 Mt. Yernon 

Carey Patrick, laborer, house 21 High 

Carey William, painter, house Barr, beyond School 

Carey William, house 230 Essex 

Carleton Edward F. tanner. 14 Franklin, house 15 Mason 

Carleton Frazier, tanner, 14 Franklin, house 42 Federal 

Carleton Henry W. tanner, house Mechanic, near North 

Carleton William J. clerk, 63 Union, house 384 Essex 

Carley Peter, laborer, house 6 Briggs 

Carlin Samuel, shoemaker, boards 3 Salem 

Carlton David, carpenter, house 19 Upham 

Carlton Elizabeth, house 18 Union 

Carlton Francis P. clerk, 214 Essex, boards 30 Charter 

Carlton Henry, tanner, house 12 Mechanic 

Carlton John, chaplain at Alms House, house 15 Oliver 

Carlton Jonathan F. carpenter, house 7 Friend 

Carlton Joseph G. S. clerk, 207 Essex, house 384 do. 

Carlton Lewis, machinist, boards 61 Harbor 

Carlton Mary I. teacher, house 4 Lynde 



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Carlton Michael Rev. hovise 30 Charter 

Carlton Oliver, teacher private school, Lynde, house 384 Essex 

Carlton S. A., Byam, Pearson, Carlton & Co. (B.),h. 22 School 

Carney Catharine, widow, house 31 Boston 

Carney Joanna, widow, house High street court 

Carney Morris, currier, house 8 Pratt 

Carney Patrick, currier, house 8 Pratt 

Carney Thomas, laborer, house 11 Flint 

Carpenter Andrew, laborer, house 68 Mason 

Carpenter Ann P. widow, house 5 Carpenter [5 Carpenter 

Carpenter David P. clothing and furnishing store, 205 Essex, b. 

Carpenter Isaac W. boards 13 Carlton 

Carr Andrew, mariner, house 8 Lagrange 

Carr Dennis, Essex Railroad, house 156 Bridge 

Carr Eliza, widow, house 8 Lagrange 

Carr John, currier, house Grove 

Carr John, laborer, house 107 Derby 

Carr John, laborer, house 6 English 

Carroll David, shoemaker, house 28 Congress 

Carroll Dennis, laborer, house 30 AVard 

Carroll Edward, shoemaker, house 12 Odcll square 

Carroll James, currier, house 129 Boston 

Carroll John, peddler, house 19 Daniels 

Carroll Michael, tanner, house 68 Mason 

Carroll Michael, currier, house 151 Boston 

Carson Matthew, laborer, house 2 High street court 

Carter Charles W. baker, boards 1 M^echanic 

Carter George S. painter, house rear 23 Cedar 

Carter Hector M., City Mills, house 12 "VVinthrop 

Carter Hiram A. grocer, 391 Essex, house 5 Dean 

Carter Jacob (J. Ferleyjr. 4- Co.), house 6 Broad 

Carter John C. farmer, house Beaver 

Carter Samuel, laborer, house 19 Daniels 

Carter Timothy, laborer, house 19 Daniels 

Carty James H. shoemaker, on Union Bridge, house Pingree 

Case Moses P. principal Lynn High School, house 80 Summer 

Casey James, laborer, house 6 Carlton 

Casey Thomas, laborer, house 16 Derby 

Casey William, currier, house Beaver 

Casey William, weaver, house 5 Pingree 

Cashman Jeremiah, laborer, house 4 Peabody 

Cass James, currier, house 11 Whittemore 

Cass John, currier, house Pliillips, near Grove 

Cass Jonathan, house 22 Forrester 

Cass Michael, currier, house Phillips, near Grove 

Cassell Edward P. waiter, house 6 Ropes 

Qassell John, hairdresser, 7^ Washington, house 12 Cedar 



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Cassidy Edward, currier, boards 4 Albion 
Cassidy Hugh, laborer, house rear 36 Peabody 
Cassidy James, laborer, house 6 Prince 
Cassidy Thomas, peddler, house 19 Daniels 
Cassidy Patrick, laborer, house High street court 

[Cassin Edmund, tanner, house Adams 
Cassino John T. ( Mcmsfield (§• C), house 14 Odell square 
Caswell Edmund, wheelwright, house 10 Oak 
Cate Aaron J. steam planer, house 57 Mill 
Cate James S. Mrs. house 6 English 
Cate John H, boatman, house 6 English 
Cate Mary E. Mrs. nurse, house 19 Warren 
Caulfield Anthony A. captain, house 16 Andrew - 
Caulfield Anthony D. captain, house 16 Andrew 
Caulfield James C. mariner, house 16 Andrew 
Caulfield William Henry, captain, house 16 Andrew 
Chadwick Ann & Catharine, house 396 Essex [Chestnut 

Chadwick John, cashier Exchange Bank, 172 Essex, house 20 
Chadwick John C. house 29 Chestnut 
Chaftee Ezra, morocco dresser, house 173 Boston 
Chaillott Frederick, cabinetmaker, house 13 Williams 
Chamberlain Benjamin M. (Smith (.\ C), house 86 Summer 
Chamberlain Charles, millinery, 147 Essex, house 16 Dow 
Chamberlain Hazen, house 50 Buffum 

jChamberlaia (James), Harris (James jr.), & Co. {John Cham 

I berlam), grocers, 24 Front, house 16 Lynde 

Chamberlain James A. clerk, 47 State (B.), boards 16 Lynde 
Chamberlain John (Chamberlain, Harris S^ Co.), house 1 High 
Chamberlain Joseph W. apothecary, 1 Boston, boards 1 High 
Chamberlain Luther L. currier, house 51 Broad 

I Chamberlain Richard H. hosiery, &c. 236 Essex, h. 107 North 

I Chamberlain Samuel Mrs. house 1 High 

1 Chamberlain (Samuel) & McKenzie fR. A.), merchant tailors, 
29 Washington, house 116 Federal [house 1 High 

Chamberlain Samuel G. fruit and vegetables, 22 Derby square, 
Chamberlin Thomas, distiller. Charter, cor. Derby, h. in Boston 
Chambers George, laborer, house foot of Ptopes 
Chambers James, laborer, house foot of Ropes 
Chambers John W. shoemaker, house 26 Peabody 
Chambers W^illiam, laborer, house 26 Peabody 
Chaiidler Abby B. boarding house, 6 Norman 
Chandler Gardner L. house 8 Mt. Yernon 
Chandler James P. house 9 Mt. Vernon 
Chandler John, clerk, house 7 River 
Chandler John, conductor L, R. R. house 133 North 
Chandler Joseph, 3 City wharf (B.), house 7 River 
Chandler Joseph D. grocer, 106 Federal, house 7 River 



70 SALEM [C] DIRECTORY. 



Chandler Joseph S. shoemaker, house 105 North 

Chandler Luther & Co. (Irving Stone), periodicals and newspa- 
pers, 4 Washington, house 3 Dean 

Chaney George L. house 14 Liberty 

Chaney James, house 14 Liberty 

Chaney James H, mariner, house 14 Liberty 

Chapman George R. 54 City Exchange (B.), house 103 Federal 

Chapman Isaac N. captain, house 38 Pleasant 

Chapman (John) & Palfray (Charles W.J, publishers Salem 
Register, 185 Essex, house 103 Federal 

Chapman John O. printer, 185 Essex, house 20 Beckford 

Chapman WiUiam H. boots, shoes and rubbers, 210 Essex, h. 
3 Harrison avenue 

Chappell William F. policeman, house 60 Mason 

Chappie John D. tobacconist, house 5 Mall 

Charnee James, Indian physician, house 12 Cedar 

Chase Abigail, widow, house 26 Derby 

Chase Abigail L. house 43 Forrester 

Chase Abijah Mrs. house 21 Federal 

Chase Benjamin, carpenter, house 17 Salem 

Chase Charles H. Mrs. house 26 Derby 

Chase Charles H. apothecary, house 61 Lafayette 

Chase Charles P. 22 Derby square, boards 2 Cross street cotirt 

Chase Esther, widow, boards 19 Summer 

Chase Francis H. hairdresser, 9 St. Peter, boards Essex House 

Chase George C. agent Forest River Lead Company, 245^ Es- 
sex, house 69 Lafayette 

Chase George H. house 85 Federal 

Chase Hannah, widow, house 6 Andrew 

Chase Jacob C. mariner, house Osgood 

Chase James, sashmaker, boards 63 Harbor 

Chase Lyman, 20 Front, boards 26 Derby 

Chase Nathaniel, carpenter, house 13 Ash 

Chase Nathaniel E. tinsmith, house 7 Central 

Chase Nathaniel S. overseer, house Gardner 

Chase Philip, house 83 Federal 

Chase Samuel C. shoemaker, house Osgood 

Chase Stephen A. house 138 Federal 

Chase Thorndike, boards 61 Lafayette I 

Chase Wm. hardware and stoves, 206 Essex, house 23^ Federal 

Chase William AV. ropemaker, house 15 Briggs 

Cheever Abigail Mrs. house 31 Brown 
Cheever Benjamin Mrs. house 400 Essex 
Cheever George N. Mrs, house 20 Winter 
Cheever Joseph, gas pipe fitter, house 56 Harbor 
Cheever Joseph, captain, house 8 Federal 



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Cheever Mary P. Mrs. nurse, house 371 Essex 
t Cheever William, currier, boards 186 Federal 
! Chenery Henry, mariner, house 20 Mall 
I Cheney Joseph H. cigarmaker, house 38 St. Peter 
Chesley Charles H. watchman, house 22 Cedar 
Cheswell Samuel, cabinet maker, house 11 Norman 
Chever George F. counsellor, loO Essex, boards 137 do. 
Chever James "W. wharfinger and freight agent, Phillips wharf, 

house 137 Essex 
Chew Nancy J. Mrs. house 103 North 
Childs Charles, mariner, house 86 Mill 
Chipman Andrew M. tinplate worker, house 10 Winthrop 
Chipman Andrew T. currier, house 424 Essex 
I Chipman Anstiss, house 424 Essex 
j Chipman Augustus, tinplate worker, boards 347 Essex 
Chipman Caroline, dressmaker, house 1 Turner 
Chipman Ellen, teacher, house 424 Essex 
Chipman George T. clerk, 24o Essex 
Chipman Hannah, widow, house 424 Essex 
Chipman Henry G. tinplate worker, house 347 Essex 
Chipman Mary Ann, widow, house 16 Winthrop 
Chipman Richard M. tinplate worker, 347 Essex, house do. 
Chipman Ward, house 15 Church 
Chisholm Alexander, currier, house 6 May 
Chisholm Anne F. teacher, house 7 Pond 
Chisholm Eliza, house 7 Pond 

Chisholm Joseph, line and twine factory, 68 Mill, house 7 Pond 
Chisholm Martha, house 7 Pond 
Choate Abby Miss, house rear 6 Church 
Choate Francis & Co. (Edimrd A. Webster), dry goods, 222 

Essex, boards 19 Lynde 
Choate George, physician, 251 Essex, house 257 do. 
Choate George F. ( Northend (Sr C.j, house at Ipswich 
Christian Almira G. widow, house 1 Sewall 
Christian Charles H. carver, boards 1 Sewall 
Christie Henry, harnessmaker, 9 Church, house 13 St. Peter 
Christopher James E. trader, hosue Irving, nearHarod 
Church Hannah Mrs. house 15 Salem 
Church Jonathan R. shoemaker, house foot of Ropes 
Church Lemuel, watchman, Lead Mill, house 15 Salem 
Church Samuel, blacksmith, 5 Laboratory, house 4 do. 
Church Wilham, house 2 Ropes 
Churchill Abigail H. tailoress, boards 2 Con ant 
Churchill George, machinist, house 4 Peabody 
Churchill William, mariner, house 2 Conant 
Churchill William H. shoemaker, house 2 Conant 
Chute Calvin, carpenter, house Harod, near Tremont 



72 SALEM [C] DIRECTORY. 



Chute Isaiah, carpenter, house Harod, near Tremont 

Clapp Dexter Rev. house 105 Bridge, corner "Winter 

Clapp Luther, sawing and turning, 5 Front, boards 3 Pleasant 

Clarence Joseph Mrs. house Melcher court 

Claridge George (Cal.), house Phelps court 

Clark Andrew, laborer, house 13 Prince 

Clark Asa, teamster, house foot of Northey 

Clark Betsey, widow, house 20 Mill 

Clark Charles S. operative, house 70 Harbor 

Clark Cornelius, hostler, house 11 Church 

Clark Elizabeth Mrs. house 4 Daniels 

Clark Eugene, stonecutter, house 5 Mill 

Clark George, mariner, boards 53 Lafayette 

Clark George C. carpenter, house 110 Bridge 

Clark Henry, tobacconist, house 83 Mason 

Clark James, horseshoer, West place, house 75 North 

Clark James, tobacconist, house 3 Hardy 

Clark John Mrs. house 5 Winter 

Clark John Mrs. house 4 Chestnut 

Clark John F. painter, boards 53 Lafayette 

Clark John D. captain, house 22 Andrew 

Clark John S. mariner, house 33 Essex 

Clark John AV. bookkeeper, City Mills, house 53 Lafayette 

Clark Mary, widow, house 35 Harbor 

Clark (N. T.) & Blithen (T. G.J, granite, 17 Peabody, house 

3 Ward 
Clark Patrick (Tleeney &; C), house rear 76 Federal 
Clark Samuel C. painter, 112 Essex, house 5 Winter 
Clark Sarah, widow, house 5 Winter 
Clark Sarah F. variety store, 18 Mill, house do. 
Clarke Nicholas A. insurance agent, 27 Wash. h. 116 Bridge 
Clarridge Frederick, ropemaker, house 1 Allen 
Clary Ann, widow, house 79 Mason 
Clary James, currier, boards 79 Mason 
Cleaveland Ebenezer, blacksmith, house 16 Northey 
Cleaves Joshua, boards Essex House 

Cleaves Nathaniel, weigher and ganger (B.), h. 26 Pleasant 
Clement Henry, currier, house Beaver court 
Clement James.' peddler, house Lemon court 
Clement Mary, nurse, house 2 Rust 
Clement Rebecca, widow, house Salem turnpike 
Cleveland Horace W. S. ornamental gardener, house 14 Mall 
Cleveland Lucy H. Mrs. house 19 Washington 
Cleveland Richard J. house 14 Mall 
Chute Edward, carpenter, house Irving, near Harod 
Chute Edward, shoe stitcher and binder, 17 Barr, house do 



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Cleveland Wra. S. secretary Oriental Ins. Co. h. 62 Lafayette ; 

Clexton Edward, periodical depot, 5 Washington, hcu 7 do. 

Clexton Henry N. clerk, boards 7 Washington j 

Clifford Dan A. ambrotypes and photographs, 241 Essex, house 
17 Saunders 

Clifford Dennis, tailor, house 3 Hardy 

Clifford Hannah Mrs. house 10 Webb 

Clifford John H. laborer, house 10 Webb 

Clough Andrew, mariner, house 9 Turner 

Clough Benjamin P. mariner, house 97 Essex 

Clough Robert P. (Khisman ^ C), house 60 North 

Clough Thomas, mariner, house 48 Essex 

Clough William H. captain, house 97 Essex 

Clough William H. shoemaker, house 172 Derby 

Cloutman Charles E. expressman, house 8 Congress 

Cloutman George "W. pilot, house 14 Creek 

Cloutman Hannah B. Mrs. house Beckford 

Cloutman Joseph, citv clerk, City Hall, house 10 Union 

Cloutman Joseph P. clerk O. C. & F. R. R. R. (B.), h. 10 Union 

Cloutman Priscilla, tailoress, house 17 Carlton 

Cloutman Stephen, captain, house 45 Essex 

Cloutman Thomas T. painter, house end of Beaver 

Cloutman "WiUiam R. mariner, boards 10 Union 

Clynes Thomas, laborer, house 4 River 

Cochran Daniel, laborer, house 10 Prince 

Cochran James, currier, house Grove, cor. Phillips 

Cochran Joseph, teamster, house 27 Dearborn 

Cochran Michael, laborer, house 1 Tucker's wharf 

Cochran WiUiam, 23 Front, house 27 Dearborn 

Cody Edmond, mariner, house 407 Essex 

Cody James, currier, house rear 91 Boston 

Codyre Michael, carpenter, house 1-59 Boston 

Coffin Calvin, shipwright, S. Railway, Gardner st. h. 61 Mill 

Coffin James, printer, house 14 WiUiams 

Cotfrain Mary E. widow, house 7 South Pine 

Cogswell Epes, housewright, house 24 Derby 

Cogswell Epes jr. housewright, house 22 Derby 

Cogswell John E. watchman, house 66 Harbor . 

Cogswell Robert Mrs. house 26 Federal 

[Cohn Frederick, cigarmaker, boards 53 Derby 

iCoker John J. house agent, 32 Dearborn 

Colbert Edmund, laborer, house 42 Peabody 

Colburn Rebecca Mrs. nurse, house 218 Essex 

Colby George J. L. storekeeper, Custom House, house at New- 
bury port 

Colby Hannah Mrs. house Botts court 

Colby Isaac N. tanner, house 175 Boston 



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Colby James T. calker and graver, house 7 Prince 

Colby John W. variety store, 46 Peabody, house do. 

Colby William C. calker and graver, house 91 Federal 

Colcord Joseph A. coachman, rear 212 Essex 

Colcord Stephen, saloon, 3 Higginson square 

Cole George, coachman, Essex House, house 9J St. Peter 

Cole John F. clerk, house 147 Bridge 

Cole John W. watchman, house 3 March 

Cole Mary A. Mrs. house 147 Bridge 

Cole Nicholas, laborer, house 3 March 

Cole Solomon D. peddler, house 12 Park 

Cole Thomas Mrs. house 28 Chestnut 

Collier Charles D, painter, boards 16 Conant 

ColHer Hannah, widow, house 16 Conant 

Collier John H. sash and blind maker, house opp. 16 Buffum 

Colligan Patrick, currier, house 13 Lynn 

Collins Andrew, currier^ house 4 River 

Collins Brien, laborer, house 91 Derby 

Collins Charles, clerk, 44 Derby, house 7 Orange 

Collins Daniel, laborer, house 13 Prince 

Collins Dennis, laborer, house 7 Gerrish place 

Collins Edward, assistant city marshal, house 31 Turner 

Collins Henry, farmer, house Dustin's farm, at the Neck 

Collins James, ropemaker, house 14 English 

Collins John, laborer, house 2 Tucker's wharf 

Collins John, house 16 Daniels 

Collins John, currier, house rear 8 Whittemore 

Collins John, laborer, house 90 Derby 

Collins Lucy Mrs. house 7 Monroe 

Collins Simon, tanner, boards J. Carr's, Grove 

Collins Thomas, laborer, house 85 Derby 

Collins Thomas, shoemaker, house 99 Derby 

Collins Timothy, currier, house Nichols 

Collins Timothy T. laborer, house East "Webb 

Colman Benjamin, auctioneer, house 3 Winter 

Colman Bernard, currier, house Nichols 

Colman George B. hairdresser, 175^ Essex, house 12 Porter 

Colman John, laborer, house 4 Elm 

Colman Joseph Peter, cabinet maker, boards 21 Lafayette 

Colman M. A. Miss, teacher, house 3 Winter 

Colman Sarah, widow, house 12 Porter 

Colman Simon, laborer, house 140 Derby 

Comaford Catharine, widow, house Aborn, near Boston 

Comstock Ezzelin, tinsmith, at Lynn, house 1 Woodbury court 

Comstock William A. Mrs. house 1 Woodbury court 

Conaley Michael, laborer, house 12 Ash 



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Conant Herbert, mason, boards 16 Winthrop 

Conant John, mason, boards 199 Bridge 

Conboy George, laborer, house 1 Derby 

Condon Richard, shoemaker, house Beaver 

Condon Thomas, shoemaker, house opp. 22 Congress 

Conlan Thomas, laborer, house opp. 22 Congress 

Conlin John, gardener, house 10 Briggs 

Conn ell James, currier, boards Beaver, near Beaver lane 

Connell Martin, harness maker, house 14 "Williams 

Connell Patrick, currier, house end of Beaver 

Connell Patrick, laborer, house 11 "VYhittemore 

Connelly Cornelius, currier, house 153 Boston 

Connelly John, laborer, house rear 28 North 

Connelly Patrick, shoemaker, house Felt / 

Conner Charles T. mariner, house 17 Salem 

Conner James, mason, house Albion 

Conners Bartholomew, laborer, house 16 Derby 

Conners William, currier, house 411 Essex 

Connor Michael, tailor, boards rear 169 Essex 

Connors Dennis, laborer, house 39 Peabody 

Connors Dennis, laborer, house 42 Peabody 

Connors Michael, laborer, house 12 Ward 

Connors Owen, laborer, house 26 Peabody 

Conolly Horace L. counsellor, loO Essex, house 34 Turner 

Conrey James H. currier, BufFum, house 98 North 

Convers Abigail Mrs. boarding house, 196 Derby 

Convers Charles F. shoemaker, boards 118 Boston 

Convers Francis F. shoemaker, boards 118 Boston 

Converse Robert, shoemaker, house 118 Boston 

Conway Chaplin, captain, house 20 Beckford 

Conway Edward A. clerk, house 7 Creek 

Conway Hugh, currier, 69 Mason, house 3 Oak 

Conway James Rev, pastor St. Mary's Church, house 10 Mall 

Conway Nancy Mrs. house 23 Bufium 

Cook Arial, refreshments. Eastern R. R. depot, house 20 Mill 

Cook Barnabas, fisherman, house 39 Essex 

Cook Eliza A. widow, house 36 Pleasant 

Cook George, house G6 North 

Cook George T. fish dealer, North, near the Bridge, h. at South 

Reading 
Cook Hannah G. widow, house 12 St. Peter 
Cook Henry, cooper, house 11 Carlton 

Cook Humphrey, hats, caps and furs, 233 Essex, and 33 Wash- 
ington, house 151 Federal 
Cook John, house 36 Pleasant 
Cook Samuel, merchant, house 142 Federal^ 



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Cook Simon L tailor, 189 Essex, house 44 Charter 

Cook William, house 12 Carlton 

Cook William, house 36 Pleasant 

Cook Willium Mrs. house 5 Hathorne 

Cook William Rev. author Ploughboy & Fremont, h. 44 Charter 

Coombs Frederick, harness maker, 81 North, house 3 Mechanic 

Coombs Lydia Mrs. house 51 Noith 

Coomer John, laborer, house 18 Odell square 

Coomer Vincent, laborer, house 8 Webb 

Copeland George A. miUinery, 165 Essex, house 169 do. 

Copeland George W. painter, house 6 Norman 

Copeland Robert M. carpenter, 8 North, hou.se 16 Norman 

Corcoran Daniel, laborer, house 8 Lagrange 

Corcoran James, dresser tender, boards 8 Lagrange 

Corcoran James, peddler, house 101 Derby 

Corcoran Joseph, teamster, house 27 Dearborn 

Corcoran Pi-obert, dresser tender, boards 8 Lagrange 

Corgan James, tanner, house 166 Federal 

Corkrey Jeremiah, laborer, house 24 Ward 

Cornelius Alonzo G. merchant tailor, 178 Essex, h. 4 Cross 

Corning Joseph H. ship carpenter, house rear 85 North 

Cotter James, laborer, house 53 St. Peter 

Cottle Alfred, cooper, house 30 Derby 

Cottle Hannah Mrs. seamstress, house 50 Derby 

Cottle William, house 5 Allen 

Cottle William H. shipwright, house 5 Allen 

Cottrell James K. mariner, boards 158 Bridge 

Cottrell Judith Mrs. house 158 Bridge 

Cottrell William A. baker, boards 158 Bridge 

Couch Daniel, baker, 2 Front, house 7 Whittemore 

Couch Francis A. carpenter, house 58 Federal 

Coughlin Jeremiah, laborer, house Pratt 

Coughlin Maurice, laborer, house foot Park 

Coughlin Michael, laborer, house 24 Ward 

Coughlin Patrick, laborer, house 8 Ward 

Coughlin Patrick, laborer, house Becket avenue 

Coughlin Timothy, laborer, house 3 Parker's court 

Courtis Hannah Miss, house 17 North 

Courtis Nancy Miss, house 117 Federal 

Cousins Thomas, mariner, house 8 English 

Cousins Thomas jr. clerk, 152 Essex, house 8 English 

Cowee George L., Laboratory, house 22 Mechanic 

Cowley John, laborer, house Boyd, corner Pingree 

Cox Andrew, mariner, house 14 Becket 

Cox Benjamin, merchant, house 21 Norman 

Cox Benjamin jr. physician, house 23 Norman 

Cox Edward S. house 21 Norman 



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Cox PVancis, com. merchant, 17 Doane (B.), house 1 Chestnut 
j Cox Francis II. blacksmith, Bridge, cor. North, h. 19 Upham 
! Cox Mary G. Mrs. house 16 Hia;h 

Crafts Eleazer, bookbinder, 226.^ Essex, boards 175 Bridge 
Crafts George, junk, 43 Derby, house 17 Conant 
Craig George B. clerk, 3 Lafayette, house 20 Liberty 
Craig Samuel, provisions, 3 Lafayette, house 14 Central 
Crandell John, sailmaker, rear 41 Derby, house 12 Becket 
Crandell Joseph H. sailmaker, house 30 Derby 
Crandell WilUam H. mariner, house 10 Turner ^ .. 

Crane Dennis, laborer, house 8 Pratt 
Craney Francis, currier, house Mason Hill 
Craney John, laborer, house 3 Friend 
Crary William T. musician, boards 3 Pleasant 
Cread James, laborer, house 3 Parker's court . . 

Creamer Benjamin Mrs. house 361 Essex 
Creamer Frederick M. house 71 Lafayette 

Creamer Geo. bookseller and stationer, lol Essex, h. 1 Newbury 
Creamer Hannah Mrs. house 12 Walnut 
Creamer Jeremiah, laborer, house 26 Congress 
Creamer Matthew, laborer, house 3 Gerrish place 
Creamer Michael, stevedore, house Allen 
Creasy Charles, superintendent Harmony Grove, h. 8 Grove 
Creesy Mehitable, widow, house 27 Turner 
Credon John, laborer, house 36 Peabody 

Credon Mary, widow, house High street court ■''':"."'. '. 

Cresoe Henry, boards 17 Pond '. " . '. 

Cresoe Michael, ropemaker, house 17 Pond ' ,^ ' •'..,. -, 

Cristy Andrew, trader, house rear 19 Daniels . . ; , 

Crocker Josiah, house 18 Mall 
Crocker Samuel P. fruit and confectionery, 203 Essex and 12 

Washington, corner Front, house 14 trescott 
iCronan Jeremiah, currier, boards 53 St. Peter 
I Cronan John, currier, house 9 Beach 
I Cronan John, house 10 Congress 
Cronan Patrick, laborer, house 23 Charter 

Cronan Patrick, laborer, house 10 Congress '_ < 

Cronan Thomas, laborer, house 24 Peabody 
Cronan William, currier, house Grove 

Crooks Paul, shoemaker, house 118 Boston [14 Winter 

Crosby George W. root beer manufacturer, 10 Derby sq. house 
Crosby Sarah, nurse, house 14 Norman 
Crosby Thomas Mrs. house 107 North 
Cross Charles B. shoemaker, house 4 Friend 
Cross Hannah and Lucy, house 9 Liberty 
Cross Henry J. mariner, house Liberty Hill Road 
Cross James, Nauinkeag mill, house foot Ropes 

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Cross James, stonecutter, house 19 Daniels 

Cross Joseph S. 198 Essex, house 4 Harrison avenue 

Cross Joshua H. tinplate worker, house 50 Lafayette 

Cross Mary A. teacher, house 13 Liberty 

Cross Parker, farmer, house Liberty Hill Road 

Cross Sarah E. teacher, boards 27 Summer 

Cross Susan, house Liberty Hill Road 

Cross William Mrs. house 13 Liberty 

Crotty Alice Mrs. house rear 8 Whittemore 

Crotty Richard, laborer, house 86 Derby 

Crowdis Geo. R. currier, house Southwick, near Dodge 

Crowell Abigail Mrs. house 68 Essex 

Crowell Hannah Mrs. house 68 Essex 

Crowley Daniel, laborer, house 21 Ward 

Crowley David, currier, house rear Adams 

Crowley John, laborer, house 7 Ropes 

Crowley William, laborer, house 173 Boston 

Cullen James, laborer, house rear 8]Whittemore 

Culliton John, tanner and currier, Milldam, house 9 Friend 

Cummings Barney, laborer, house Mason 

Cummings Edward, house 152 Derby 

Cummings John, laborer, house 7 Gerrish place 

Cummings John, currier, house Grove, above Mason 

Cummings William W. Mrs. house 152 Derby 

Cunna:n George, currier, house rear 13 Lynn 

Cunningham Eliza, house foot Phelps court 

Cunningham James, laborer, boards 20 Congress 

Cunningham John, harness maker, 17 Daniels, h. 93 Derby 

Cunningham Lawrence, tailor, house 172 Derby 

Cunningham Margaret, widow of John, house 24 River 

Cunningham Peter, currier, boards 1 Mechanic 

Curran Hannah Mrs. house 22 Dearborn 

Curran James, laborer, house Tucker's wharf 

Curran John, laborer, house 24 Ward 

Curran John A. mason, house 16 Williams 

Curran Mary, house 27 Daniels 

Curran Stephen, chemist, house 22 Dearborn 

Cuirier Daniel, laborer, house 108 Derby 

Currier David, ship carpenter, house 12 Harbor 

Currier Edmund Mrs. house 6 Federal court 

Currier Edward A. cooper, boards 108 Derby 

Currier Georee H. dentist, house 1 Ward 

Currier {Seth S.) & Millett {B. R.), furniture, 259 & 261 Essex, 

house 22 Lynde 
Curtan Ellen, widow, house 2 Pingree 
Curtan Fanny Mrs. house 53 St. Peter 
Curtan Jphn, laborer, house 2 Parkey court 



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I Curtis Eijianuel, trader, house 101 Federal 

i Curtis Joseph H. mariner, house lo Pond 

i Curtis Stephen W. shoemaker, house 4o Derby 

jCurwen George R. clerk Register of Deeds, house 21 Lynda 

jCurwen James B. merchant, Central wharf, house 331 Essex 

|Curwen Priscilla B. Mrs. house 21 Lynde 

'Curwen Samuel R. captain, house 333 Essex 

jCushing Ada A. widow, house 16 Upham 

Cushing Isaac, merchant, 183 Derby, house 21 Union 
jCushing Maria, teacher, house 183 Bridge 

Cushing Nancy P. Mrs. house 183 Bridge 
jCushman Joseph S. mason, house 22 Crombie 
jCusick George, tanner and currier, r. 12 Franklin, h. 4 Mason 
i Cutler William, dry goods, 138 Boston, house 130 do. 
ICutts Benjamin, blacksmith, 8 Sewall, house 32 Beckford. 

Cutts Richard, blacksmith, Endicott, cor. Mill, h. 45 Endicott 

DADY EDWARD, gardener, boards 411 Essex 

Dady William, laborer, house 411 Essex 

Dailey Robert, expressman, 5 Arrington building, h. 8 Porter 

Dakin Rachel Miss, dressmaker, house 77 Summer 

Dakin Timothy H. cooper, house 77 Summer 

Daland Edward, boards 132 Essex 

Daland Joanna Mrs. house 12 and 14 Beckford 

Daland Joanna, carpet market, house 12 and 14 Beckford 

Daland Mary, tailoress, house 12 and 14 Beckford 

Daland Tucker, merchant (B.), house 132 Essex 

Daland William S. house 132 Essex 

Dale Mary, widow, house 4 Mill 

Daley Bridget, widow, house rear 8 "Whittemore 

Daley Dennis, shoemaker, boards rear 35 Harbor 

Daley James, laborer, house 44 Peabody 

Daley Jeremiah, laborer, house 18 Charter 

Daley Jere»iiah, laborer, house 28 "Ward 

Daley Mary, widow, house 409 Essex 

Daley Matthew, tanner, boards 100 Mason 

Ddley Timothy, currier, house Adams 

Daley William, laborer, house Bridge, above March 

Dalrymple James, teamster, 115 Derby, house 6 Herbert 

Dalrymple John J. clerk. Post Office, boards 6 Herbert 

Dalrymple Sarah Mrs. house 10 Essex 

Dalrymple Simon 0. cooper, 4 Derby wharf, house 99 Essex 

Dalton Charles H. currier, house oo Forrester 

Dalton David, currier, house rear 67 Mason 

Dalton Edward A. calker, boards 65 Essex 

Dalton Edward E. tailor, house 55^Forrester 

Dalton Edward H. clerk, house 65*Boston 



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Dalton Eleazer M. house 55 Forrester • 

Dalton Eleazer M. jr. currier, house 30 Boston 

Dalton James, currier, boards 4 Albion 

Dalton John, currier, house 18 River 

Dalton John C. coachman, house 6 Everett 

Dalton Joseph A. tanner, Goodhue, n. Boston, h. 75 Boston 

Dalton Mary Mrs. house 12 Daniels 

Dalton Sarah N. Mrs. house 65 Essex 

Dalton Sephoreno M. house 2 Beaver 

Dalton William T. currier, house 81 Boston 

Dane Joseph F. shoe dealer (B.), house 31 Summer 

Danforth Edward F. carpenter, house 2 Downing 

Danforth Henry F. 14^ Front, boards 1 Mechanic 

Danforth John K. house 78 Essex 

Danforth Joseph A. carpenter, 46 Union, house 43 Forrester 

Danforth Samuel G. carpenter, 33Endicott, h. 13 Winthrop 

Danforth William H. printing press manuf., 46 Union, boards 

98 Federal 
Daniels Charles H. provisions, boards 68 Federal 
Daniels John, shoemaker, house 125 Lafayette 
Daniels Lucy Mrs. nurse, house 25 Winthrop 
Daniels Stephen, provisions, 70 Federal, house 68 do. 
Daniels William, shoemaker, house 64 Broad 
Dast Lawrence, tailor, house 6 Curtis 
Davenport William, shoemaker, house 16 Central 
Davidson Henry, tanner, house 47 Broad 
Davidson John, tanner, house 75 Mason 
Davidson Moses, coach painter, 134 Boston, house 20 Albion 
Davis A. N. Mrs. house 27 Forrester 
Davis Charles H. painter and glazier, 8 North, h. Walter, cor. 

Dodge 
Davis Christopher C, shoemaker, house 72 North 
Davis David W. shoemaker, house 64 North 
Davis Dudley B. captain, house Osgood * 

Davis Eliza B. boards 33 Summer 
Davis Hannah L. dressmaker, house 11 Ash 
Davis Horatio G. baggage master Essex R. R. h. 199 Bridge 
Davis Jacob, laborer, house 19 Webb 
Davis Jacob P. {Mouiton Ss Davis), house 18 Walnut 
Davis Jake, fish peddler, house 4 Pingree 
Davis James B. tailor, house Phelps court 
Davis James D. shoemaker, house 112 Bridge 
Davis John, mariner, house 28 Peabody 
Davis John, fish dealer, house 51 Bridge 
Davis John 11. house 25 Pickman 
Davis Jonathan, mason, boards 12 Union 
Davis Jonathan G. shoemakei, house 64 North 



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Davis J. W,, Beverly express, 3 Wash, h., Cabot St., Beverly 
Davis Mary, seamstress, house 21 Union. 
Davis Mary, widow, house 135 Federal 
Davis Mary Mrs. house 10 Lynn 
Davis Mary A. house 2 May street court 
Davis Nathaniel R. house 54 Bridge 

Davis Paine M. shoemaker, house 64 Xorth [60 Essex 

Davis fPerley A.) & Kehew ( S. B.J, restorator, 96 Derby, h. 
Davis Richard, merchant, house 19 Hardy 
Davis Rodman J. dancing master, house Phelps court 
Davis Sally, widow, house 5 May 

Davis Stephen W. clerk, 12 Washington, house 17 Creek 
Davis Sylvester P. shoemaker, house 80 Xorth 
Davis Warren, at Laboratory, house 12 Upham 
Davis Warren P. currier, 53 Boston, house 17 Warren 
Dawes Mary, widow, house 375 Essex 
I Dawson George, shipkeeper, house 22 Carlton 
'Day Albert, carpenter, 228 Derby, house 3 Mt. Vernon 
Day Amos P. ( Goldthicait Cs IJ.J, house 14 Harbor 
Day Aziel, currier, house 9 Albion 
.Day John, captain, house 144 Federal 
jDay Margaret Mrs. house 15 Becket 
Day Samuel, house 57 Washington 
Day Thomas, farmer, house Grove, near School 

Dayton , harness maker, boards 1 Sewall 

Dean , wddow, house rear 24 Peabody ■ • 

Dean Desire N. widow, house 112 Bridge ' . . 

Dean George, mariner, house 51 Summer 
Dean James, laborer, house 27 Daniels .. . 

;Dean Sarah B. widow, house 120 Bridge 
Dean Silsbee, shoemaker, house 112 Bridge 
I Dean William H. captain, house 11 Warren 
; Dearborn Charles A. house 106 Boston 
I Dearborn Henry, tinplate worker, house Beaver 
Dearborn John R. laborer, house 7 Nursery 
Debaker Victor F. captain, house 36 Essex 
Decker Robert M. carver, house 29 Norman 
Dee David, overseer, house 69 Harbor 
DefFel Joseph, mariner, house 9 Webb 

Deforest Daniel, laborer, house rear 40 St. Peter [dicott 

Defreace Henry, hairdresser, Arrington's building, house 7 En- 
Defreace Margaret, widow, house 7"Endicott 
Deglory Daniel, laborer, house 49 Mill 
Deglory David, laborer, house 49 Mill 
Deland Mary, variety store, 157 Bridge, house do. 
Deland Robert, house 113 Essex 
Deland Samuel D. shoemaker, house 157 Bridge 



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Deland Susan, house 69 North 

Delany Thomas, cvirrier, house 29 Boston 

Delaney Thomas, currier, house lo Flint 

Delhan James, baker, boards 64 Harbor 

Delucrie Daniel, laborer, house 49 Mill 

Delucrie David, laborer, house 49 Mill 

Dempsey Patrick, currier, house Aborn 

Dempsey Thomas, currier, house Grove 

Denehy William, laborer, boards rear 35 Harbor 

Dennett Ruth, widow, house 28 Harbor 

Dennis Benjamin (Seccomb (S,- Dennis), foot of Harbor 
t Dennis Elizabeth Mrs. house 4 School 
I Dennis Devereux (Leavitt § D.), house 15 Dearborn 
{Dennis Susan, teacher, house 12 Carpenter 

Denny Timothy, laborer, house rear 28 Congress 

Derby Charles, watchmaker, 18D Essex, house 14 Howard 

Derby Charles jr. watchmaker, house 22 Forrester 

Derby E. Hersey Mrs. house 122 Lafayette 

Derby Henry, inspector custom house, house 59 Federal 

Derby Martha Mrs. house 8 Beckford 

Derby Mary E. widow, house 20 Boston 

Derby Perley, dentist, house 15 Northey 

Derby Samuel Mrs. house 116 Federal 

Derby Sarah Mrs. house 151 Federal 

Derby Susan A. nurse, house 2 Dow 

Derby T. Putnam, tinplate worker, house 6 Andrew 

Desent Elizabeth, widow, house 40 St.JPeter 

Desmond John, shoemaker, house 18 Charter 

Desmond Maurice, currier, house rear 69 Mason 

Devereux George H. lumber, Naumkeag wharf, and pilot com- 
missioner, house 19 School 

Devereux Humphrey, merchant, boards 33 Chestnut 

Devine James, laborer, house 49 Harbor 

Devine John, laborer, house Tucker's wharf 

Dewing Dolly, dressmaker, house 2 Lynde 

Dewing Joseph, captain, house 28 Beckford 

Dewing Josiah, captain, house 93 Federal 

Dewire Jeremiah, laborer, house 27 Daniels 

Dexter Benjamin W. Mrs. house 8 Church 

Dickerson George, laborer, house 133 Federal 

Dickson Augustus, carpenter, 31 North, house 8 Buffum 

Dickson Thomas, tanner, house 2 Mason 

Dickson Walter S. shoemaker, boards 2 Mason 

Dike John & Co. {R. C. Manning), coal, wood, &c, 183, house 
52 Federal 

Dillon Thomas, tinsmith at 347 Essex 

Dimond Abigail Mrs. house 10 Lynn 



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Dimond Abigail, dressmaker, house 10 Lynn 

Ditmore Sarah, widow, house 12 Oliver 

Dix Asa C. dry goods, 245 Essex, house 50 Federal 

Dix Daniel, mariner, house 10 Carlton 

Dix Edward D. mariner, house 83 Summer 

Dix George A. currier, house 424 Essex 

Dix Martha Mrs. house rear 27 Harbor 

Dix Thomas M. clerk, house 84 Summer 

Dixon Henry, tailor, house 1 Mason court 

Dockham Eliza, house 385 Essex 

Dockham Elizabeth, nurse, 34 Essex 

Dockham Mary Ann, dressmaker, 385 Essex 

Dockham William B. job wagon. 39 Derby, house 26 Essex 

Dodd John, laborer, house 24 High 

Dodd Patrick, laborer, house 30 Peabody 

Dodd Thomas, switchman E. R. R. house 31 Mill 

Dodge Allen "NY. county treasurer Court House, h. at Hamilton 

Dodge Clara, house 12 Summer 

Dodge David, house 5 Orange 

Dodge Ebenezer, house 4 Federal court 

Dodge Emeline Miss, nurse, house 246^ Essex 

Dodge Francis A. mariner, house 2 Conant [Brown 

Dodge George, grocery and clothing store. 122 Derby, house 2 

Dodge George A. mariner, house 8 Conant 

Dodge George A, Mrs. house 28 Church 

Dodge George F., Wash. Bank (B.), boards 2 Brown 

Dodge Hannah, widow, house 93 Bridge 

Dodge Henry, merchant (B.), boards Mansion House 

Dodge Jacob L. wood and coal, 17 Lafayette, house 18 do. 

Dodge (James A.) & Jones (J. S.), flour, grain and plaster, 

Pierce's wharf, house 4 Federal court 
Dodge John N. carpenter, house 24 Derby 
Dodge John W. carriage maker, 20 Peabody, house 25 Hardy 
Dodge (Joseph S.) & Wheatland (William R.J, tanners, rear 

Beaver, house Beaver court 
Dodge Josiah, carpenter, house 8 Conant 

Dodge Josiah S. mariner, house 8 Conant [4 Endicott 

Dodge Luke E. carriage painter, Endicott, cor. Margin, house 
Dodge Mary Mrs. house 12 Daniels 
Dodge Mary Ann Mrs. seamstress, house 113 Essex 
Dodge Lucy, widow, house 18 Lafayette 
Dodge Sarah, upholsteress, house 12 Williams 
Dodge Sarah H. widow, house rear 28 Church 
Dodge Temple, painter, North, near Bridge, h, 28 Dearborn 
Dodge Thomas S. coachman, house Bott's court 
Dodge William, currier, house North court 
Dodaie William H. mariner house 8 Conant 



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Dodge William M. shoemaker, 3 Lemon, house 5 do. 

Doggett William, laborer, house High street court 

Doherty Charles, laborer, house 29 Ward 

Doherty Michael, farmer, house 22 River 

Doherty Patrick, laborer, house 91 Derby 

Doherty William, laborer, house 26 Congress 

Dolan Edward, laborer, house rear Adams 

Dolan Owen, laborer, house High street court 

Dolan Patrick, laborer, house 9 Beach 

Dolan John, grocer, 171 Derby, house 55 Warren 

Dolan John jr. farmer, house 24 School 

Dolan Morris, laborer, house 30 North 

Dolan William, gardener, house 172 Derby 

Doland James H. tinsmith, house 18 Howard 

DoUiver John, shoemaker, house rear 28 Church 

Dominick Michael, laborer, house 30 Essex 

Donahoe John, laborer, house 10 Derby 

Donahoe Michael, shot-maker, house 8 Ropes 

Donahoe William, laborer, house Tucker's wharf 

Donahue Michael, laborer, house 21 Ward 

Donahue Thomas, laborer, house 11 Lynn 

Donahue Patrick, currier, house 23 Fowler [99 Bridge 

Donaldson Alexander, pump and block maker, 141 Derby, h- 

Donaldson John, pump and block maker, house 99 Bridge 

Donovan Daniel, laborer, house Nichols 

Donovan Jeremiah, laborer, house 2 Tucker's wharf 

Donovan John, laborer, house rear 28 Congress 

Donovan John, laborer, house 23 Carlton 

Donovan John, laborer, house 40 Peabody 

Donovan John, laborer, Becket avenue 

Donovan Michael, laborer, house 23 Charter 

Donovan Michael, currier, boards Beaver 

Donovan Patrick, laborer, house 206 Derby 

Donovan (Timothy J.) & Redmond (John), curriers, foot of 

Beech, house 4 do. 
Doody Bartholomew, laborer, house Mason 
Dore Edmund, hou>e Dodge, near Southwick 
Doret Stephen, 164 Derby, house 29 Turner 
Douglass William, laborer, house 50 Derby 
Doughtey John, currier, house 125 Boston 
Doughty Miu-tin, cigar maker, boards 131 Essex 
Dow Edward A. house 9 Mason 
Dow Milo, carpenter, house 10 Ash 
Dow Zilpha M. Mrs. house 17 Wason 
Dowbridge Andrew, rigger, house 27 Williams 
Dowbridge Henry, fisherman, house 9 Gardner court 
Dowdell John, refreshments, 1 Washington, house do. 



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D'lwnes Mary Mrs. house 216 Derby 
Downing Catheiine, widow, house 22 Williams 
Downing Charles M. cook, house 68 North 
Downing John H. mariner, house 20 Brown 
Downing John W. house 14 Dow 
Downing Thomas, merchant, house 20 Brown 
Downing Thomas W. (Archer, Doioning i^ Co.), h. 20 Brown 
Dowst David, baker, house 21 North 
Dowst David B. teamster, house Dodge's court 
Dowst Joseph A. coachman, boards 15 Creek :• . 

Dowst Richard, expressman, house 15 Creek 
Dowst Richard jr. carpenter, boards 15 Creek 
Dowst AVilliam, baker, house 6 Creek 
Doyle Ann, widow, house 142 Derby 
Doyle Charles J. clerk, 22 Washington, b. 1 High st. ct. 
Doyle Edward, laborer, house 3 Pligh street court 
Doyle John, currier, house Albion 
Doyle John, laborer, house 97 Derby 
Doyle Thomas, house 33 Summer 
Draper Arnold, millinery, 260 Essex, house do. 
Dresser Ambrose C. clairvoyant physician, h. 110 Essex 
Drew Mary A. Mrs. house rear 40 St. Peter 
Drew Thomas, waiter and tender, house rear 1 Ropes 
Drinan John, charcoal, house 76 North 
DriscoU Daniel, laborer, house 11 English 
DriscoU Dennis, laborer, house 101 Derby 
Driscoll John, laborer, house E Webb 
DriscoU John, laborer, house rear 7 English 
Driscoll Maurice, tanner, house Boston, n. opposite Aborn 
Driscoll Patrick, laborer, house 43 Union 
Driscoll Peter, laborer, house 142 Derby 
Driscoll Timothy, laborer, house 23 Carlton 
Driver George, shoecutter, 16 Washington, h. Cedar, c. Cherry 
Driver Stephen & Son (Stephen P. Driver), shoe manufacturers, 
16 AVash. and 34^ Front, house Beaver Brook, N. Danvers 
Driver Stephen P. (S. Driver i^ Son), house 51 Essex 
Drown Peter, horse shoer, Lummus court, house 15 Dean 
Duchow John C. house 14 Con ant 
Dudy John, laborer, house 30 Peabody 
Dudley Daniel C. distiller, house 27 Charter 
Duffy Elizabeth, widow, house 60 Broad 
Duffy George, tanner, house rear 95 Boston 
Duffy Hugh, currier, house 63 Broad 
Dultee John, currier, house Goodhue 
Dugan Bernard, laborer, house 20 River 
Dugan Michael, currier, house 15 River 
Dugan Patrick, laborer, house 53 St. Peter 



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|Dugan Timothy, laborer, house 28 Peabody 
I Dugan William, laborer, house rear 31 Derby 
jDummer John, fish, boards 53 Derby 
I Dunbar Alvah, ship carpenter, boards 24 Brown 
'Duncan William, captain, house 89 Federal 
iDuncklee E. milliner, 295 Essex, house 121 North 
[Dunham John S. captain, house 28 Derby 
Dunlap Sarah Mrs. house 25 Chestnut 
[Dunn John, fisherman, house 16 March 
I Dunn John, laborer, house rear 11 Whittemore 
Dunn Maria Mrs. house 2 Pingree ^ 

' Dunn Margaret A. teacher Bentley School 
Dunn Martin, carpenter, house 126 Lafayette 
Dunn Michael, laborer, house 28 Ward 
Dunn Thomas C. captain, house 43 North 
Dunzack D. N. painter, house 7 Winter 
Dunzack Sarah N. house 7 Winter 
Duperre Julius, currier, house Adams 
Durgan Dennis, laborer, house 28 Peabody 
Durgan Mary Mrs. house 8 North court 
Durgin John, peddler, house 4 Tucker's wharf 
Dutch Mary, house 13 Federal 
Dutra Francis, mariner, house 8 Pearl 
Duvall Mitchell, laborer, house 84 Derby 
Dwinell Deborah, widow, house 5 Skerry 
Dvvinell Israel E. llev. house 65 North 
Dvviney William, currier, house Prospect 
Dwyer Hannah Mrs. house 14 Odell square 
Dwyer John, merchant (B), house 336 Essex 
Dwyer John F. captain, house 336 Essex 
Dwyer Owen, currier, house 8 Lynn 

EAGAN MARTIN, currier, rear 23 Boston, house 23 do. 

Eagan Patrick D. currier, house 5 Beach 

Eagan Kichard, currier, house rear Prospect 

Eagleston John H. captain, house 48 Lafayette 

Easson William Henry, carpenter, house 8" Beach 

Easteby Charles, cigar maker, house East Webb 

Easteby Thomas, cigar maker, house East Webb 

Eaton Elizabeth G. Mrs. house 5 Cross [36 do, 

Eaton John D. tin plate and sheet iron worker, 40 North, house 

Eaton Nathaniel J. baker, 29 Brown, house do, 

Eaton William B. carpenter, house 5 Cross 

Edds William M. house 12 Andrew 

Edgcrley Elizabeth, widow, house 51 Harbor 

Edgerley John F. overseer, house Salem, corner Lagrange 

Edgerley Samuel, captain, house 3 Federal 



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Edgerley Peter Mrs. house lo Federal 
Edwards Abraham, paper hanger, house 21 Creek 
Edwards Alonzo T. shoemaker, house 19 Turner 
Edwards Benjamin, tailor (B.), house 1 Harrison avenue 
Edwards Charles "NV. paper hanger, house 4 Parker's court 
Edwards Ebenezer, operative, house 57 Harbor 
Edwards Henry, mariner, house 19 Xorthey 
Edwards Jesse B. carpenter, house 6 Cross 

i Edwards John B. 18 Washington, house 9 Andrew 
Edwards John L. shoemaker, house 7 Mall 
Edwards John S. carpenter, 8 North, house 49 Summer 
Edwards Jonathan Mrs. house 77 Federal 
Edwards Lowell S. overseer, house 7 Mall 
Edwards Mary Mrs. house 13 Curtis 

Edwards Richard, principal Normal School, house Leach 
Edwards William, painter, house 6 Gedney court 

[Edwards AVilliam, merchant, (Cal.), house 96 Essex [vers 

lElUot Isaac B. provisions, 3 & 4 Market House, h. at S. I)an- 

i Ellis James T. carpenter, house rear 9 Aborn 
Ellis John, ship keeper, house II Herbert 
Ellis John, (Ca!.), house 50 Derby 
Ellis Sumner Rev. house 64 Summer 
Ellsworth William E. shoemaker, house 14 Con ant 

|Elwell Charles B. carpenter, 38 Peabndy, h. 15 Hathorne 

' Emerson Brown Rev. D. D. house 377 Essex 

jErnerson Elizabeth Mrs. house 23 Albion 

I Emerson Geo. B. bookkeeper Naumkeag Bank, h. 377 Essex j 

j Emerson George F. shoemaker, boards 21 North 

i Emerson Hiram, shoemaker, boards 126 Boston 

jEmerson Jane H. Mrs. house 23 Norman 
Emerson John P. shoemaker, house 23 Albion 
Emerson Nathan, shoe cutter, house 126 Boston 
Emerson Pamelia, nurse, house 15 Lynde 

lEmerton Hannah M. Mrs. house 1 Elm 

■Emerton James, apothecary, 123 Essex, house 1 Elm 
Emerton Rebecca, house 15 Crombie J^lol FederaL 

! Emery Samuel, nautical instrument maker, 162 Derby, house' 

jEmmerton Daniel S. mariuer, house 13 Summer 1 

Emmerton Ephraim, merchant, house 13 Summer ' 

Emmertoix Ephraim A captain, house 12 Crombie i 

Emmerton George R. clerk (B.),houre 13 Summer 1 

Emmerton James A. student, house 13 Summer j 

^Emmerton William, house 114 Essex 

lEmmerton (IVm. H.J & Foster fJ. C), architects and engi- 

I neers, 26 Asiatic building, house 13 Sununer 

lEndicott Aaron Mrs. house 90 Bridge I 

Endicott Caroline Mrs. house 331 Essex 



[F] DIRECTORY. 



Endicott Charles (Phippen ^- E.), house 3 Brown 

Endicott Charles E. house 3S Warren 

Endicott Chas. M. cashier Salem Bank, 171 Essex, h. S? "Warren 

Endicott Ingersoll B. house 3^ Warren [Chestnut 

Endicott Nathan, president Oriental Ins. Co. 32 Wash. h. 22 

Endicott Wm. C. (Perry ^ EndicottJ, counsellors, 182 Essex, 

house 359 do. 
Endicott William P. house 3-59 Essex 

English Philip, curled hair factory. Bridge, h. 11 Northey 
English William G. manuf. curled hair, house 19 Pickman 
Enness John, shoemaker, house 28 Essex 
Entwistle Thomas, shoemaker, house rear foot Gai'dner 
Erlebach Max, clerk, 154 Essex, boards 5 Barton 
Erickson Oliver, cabinet maker, boards 14 Central 
Estes George W. restorator, 10 Newbury, house 8 Howard 
Estes George W. jr. 10 Newbury, house 8 Howard 
Estes Nathaniel K. shoemaker, house Barr, beyond School 
Estes Joshua P. ketchup maker, house 17 Conant 
Esty Jeremiah A. restorator, 17 Derby sq, house at Middleton 
Esty Warren A. 17 Derby sq. boards at Middleton 
Eustis Betsey and Nancy, house 154 Boston 
Eustis Nancy, teacher, house Boston, opposite Aborn 
Evans Alvah A. currier, rear Mason, house 11 Mason 
Evans Andrew, house 16 Carlton 
Evans David, rope maker, house rear 22 Hardy 
Evans James G. teamster, house Mill street court 
Evans John P. ship joiner, boards 4 Park 
Evans Lucy Ann, widow, house 19 Daniels 
Evans William A. cigar maker, boards 23 Forrester 

FABENS BENJ. merchant, 211 Derby, house 87 Lafayette 

Fabens B. F^ merchant, boards 11 Washington 

Fabens Charles H. merchant, 211 Derby, house 81 Lafayette 

Fabens Elias W. flagman, house 16 Williams 

Fabens Francis A. Mrs. house 11 Washington 

Fabens John, porter. Market House, house 63 Broad 

Fabens John W. shoemaker, house 63 Broad 

Fabens John W. shoemaker, house Green place 

Fabens Joseph, 20 Front, house 6 Prcscott 

Fabens Joseph W. captain, house 22 High 

Fabens Mary T. Mrs. house 33 Summer 

Fabens Samuel E. merchant, house 75 Lafayette 

Fader Augustus, ship carpenter, house 10 Park 

Fairbrothers Marsena C. house rear Aborn 

Fairfield Elizabeth, widow, house 38 St. Peter 

Fairfield Hestlier Mrs. house 11 Warren 

Fairfield James, captain, house 7 Carlton 



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Fairfield James jr. carpenter, house 7 Carlton 

Fairfield Margaret Mrs. house 67 Essex 

Fairfield Samuel W. machinist, house Phelps court 

Fairfield Samuel G. cooper, house 4 Becket 

Fairfield William, shoemaker, house 38 St. Peter 

Fallon Anthony, laborer, house Grove, above Mason i 

Fallon James, shoemaker, house 15 Lemon i 

Fallon Malachi, laborer, house Grove, corner Phillips ! 

Fallon Mary, widow, house Grove, corner Phillips 

Fannon James, currier, house Nichols 

Farless James A. (Neiccomb, Farless &; Co. J, h. 25 Norman 

Farless Thomas, merchant, house 120 Derby 

Farley Charles M. cooper, house 25 Cedar 

Farley George G. cooper, house 27 Cedar 

Farley Henry, cooper, house Cabot, cor. Hancock 

Farley John, candle maker, house rear 35 Harbor 

Farley Joseph L cooper, 36 Cedar, house 5 Everett 

Farley Ptebecca Mrs. house 35 Cedar 

Farmer James D. shoemaker, house 13 Flint 

Farmer Joseph, carpenter, house 34 Endicott [h. 47 North 

Farmer (Joseph jr. J & Harris f Walter S.), masons, 72 "Wash. j 

Farmer Joseph P. mason, house Dodge ! 

Farmer Moses G. telegraphic engineer, 128 Wash, (B.)h. 11 Pearl 

Farnham Jonathan M. lumber and lime, 221 Derby, h. 8 Lynde 

Farnsworth Elizabeth Mrs. house 9 Cedar ' 

Farnum George W. currier, house 86 Boston . 

Farnum Henry, house Irving, near Grove 

Farnum Henry A. carpenter, house Walter, cor. Dodge 

Farnum Joseph, house 143 Federal 

Farnum Joseph jr. dentist, 251 Essex, house 143 Federal 

Farnum Nathan, clerk, 10 Washington, b. Mansion House 

Farnum Thomas, house Walter, cor. Dodge 

Farrell Eugene, laborer, house Mason 

Farrell Thomas, gardener, house Jackson place 

Farrington Charles T, clerk, 228 Essex, boards Essex House 

Farrington Eben, weaver, boards 67 Harbor 

Farrington Charles W. captain, house 15 Beckford 

Farrington Edward, shoemaker, house 12^ Hathorne 

Farrington Francis L, currier, boards rear 9 Aborn 

Farrington Henry C, carpenter, house 11 Aborn 

Farrington George P, druggist, 310 Essex, house 114 Federal 

Farrington Timothy, laborer, house rear 9 Aborn 

Fay Nicholas, laborer, house 10 Derby 

Faxon Elisha J. carpenter, house 15 Warren 

Faxon James, shoemaker, house 15 Warren 

Fearing E, P, (Prenbi/ ^ F.j, 228 Essex, b. Essex House 

Feeley James, tpamster, house Beaver court 



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Fellows Eliza Mrs. house 14 Lemon 

Fellows George ( Becket ^ F.), house 17 Lynde 

Fellows Israel, furniture warehouse, 199 Essex, h. 21 Andrew 

Fellows Oliver, calker, house 16 Crombie 

Fellows Thomas, laborer, house 18 Lemon 

Felt Augusta, Elizabeth and Caroline, house 13 Norman 

Felt Benjamin Mrs. house 118 Derby [Curtis 

Felt Benjamin, pump and block maker, 118 Derby, house 8 

Felt Betsey Mrs. house 19 Lynde 

Felt Catherine Miss, house 113 Federal 

Felt Charles W. ticket clerk E. R. R. house 10 Norman 

Felt David IS. carpenter, boards 175 Bridge 

Felt Edward A. mariner, boards 110^ Dei'by 

Felt Edward B. Mrs. house 110^ Derby 

Felt Eliza Miss, house 32 Charter 

Fell Elizabeth, house 13 Norman 

Felt Ephraim, farmer, house 142 North 

Felt Ephraim, ticket office E. R. R. house 10 Norman 

Felt George R. discount clerk Naumkeag Bank, h. Summit 

Felt George W. cooper, house 31 Turner 

Felt John (Cal.), house 118 Derby 

Felt John, city liquor agent, 25 Wash, house 6 Federal ct. 

Felt John, cooper, house 31 Turner 

Felt John G. painter, 27 Front, house 2 Church 

Felt John H. clerk, house 75 Summer 

Felt John V. house 1 Hardy 

Felt Jonathan P. office 118 Essex, house 6 Federal court 

Felt Joseph, house 113 Federal 

Felt Nancy, widow, house 31 Turner 

Felt Rebecca, house 13 Norman 

Felt Samuel Q. clerk (B.), house 2 Church 

Felt Sarah Miss, house 113 Federal 

Felt Susan, house 12 Summer 

Felton Francis A. sailmaker, house 17 Essex 

Felton George W. shoemaker, house 10 Broad 

Felton Harriet S. teacher, boards 20 Winthrop 

Felton John S. house 154 Federal 

Felton Nancy Mrs. house 20 Howard 

Felton Ruth A. house 8 Saunders 

Fenby Samuel Mrs. house 1 Allen 

FenoUosa Manuel, music teacher, 7 Central, h. 5 Chestnut 

Ferguson George B. machinist, boards 10 Carpenter 

Ferguson Hannah Mrs. house 343 Essex 

Ferguson James B. painter, 341 Essex, house 6 Munroe 

Ferguson John F. painter, 9 Beckford, house 10 Carpenter 

Ferguson Mercy L. widow, house 10 Carpenter 

Ferguson Samuel, soap manufacturer, house 164 Boston 



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Ferguson Thomas B. boots, shoes and rubbers, 40 Union, h. 4 

Bott's ct. 
Ferguson Wesley B. house 4 Bott's court 
Fern Otis L. house 31 Norman 

Fernald Giles C. currier, house rear 59 "Warren - • 

Fernald Isaac, ship carpenter, 20 Ward 
Fernandez Manuel, cigar maker, boards 21 Lafayette 
Fernandez William, cabinet maker, house <34 Bridge 
Fettyplace Thomas Mrs. house 16 Winter 
Field Charles, tinsmith, boards 7 Central 
Field George W. shoemaker, house 18 Northey 
Field Lucinda B. house 17 Upham 
Field Sally Mrs. house 17 Upham 
Field M. E. milliner, 250 Essex, house do. 
Fifie'd Perkins, house 5 Salem 
Fifield Richard, farmer, house 18 March 
Fillebrown Charles F. painter, house 9 High 
Findriil James H. trader, house Harrod, near Tremont 
Finn Patrick, currier, house Beaver 
Fisher Thorpe, house 115 Federal 
Fisk Augustus, mariner, house Mason, cor. Buffum 
Fisk Charles Mrs. house 30 Pleasant 
Fisk George F. mariner, house 43 St. Peter 
Fisk John B. captain, house Mason, cor. BufFum . 

Fisk Joseph E. dentist, 11 Washington, house do. • ; ■ ■ 

Fisk Mary, widow, house 2 Cherry 
Fitton Francis, laborer, house 168 Derby 
Fitz Daniel P. merchant, 5 Derby whf. house 13 Harbor 
P'itz Joseph L. shipjoiner, house 21 Forrester 
Fitz Josiah, house 10 Curtis 

Fitz Mary Jane, teacher Bentley School, house 10 Curtis 
Fitzgerald Charles, machinist, house 1 Ward 
Fitzgerald George F. machinist, boards 1 Ward 
Fitzgerald John, currier, Goodhue, house Grove 
Fitzgerald Margaret, widow, house 22 Odell square 
Fitzgerald Michael, shoemaker, boards 24 Congress 
Fitzgerald Michael, laborer, boards 34 Derby 
Fitzgerald Michael, laborer, house 86 Derby 
Fitzgerald Morris, laborer, house 43 Union 
Fitzgerald Patrick, currier, boards 411 Essex 
Fitzgerald William, laborer, house 142 Bridge 
Fitzpatrick Catharine Miss, house Beaver 
Flakefield John, sailmaker, house 11 Cross 
Flakefield John jr. ropemaker, boards 11 Cross 
Flaherty Hugh, laborer, house 34 Derby 
Flaherty Patrick, laborer, house 3 High st. ct. 
Flannigan Nicholas, laborer, house 9 Herbert 



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Flanders Richard, boards 108 North 
Fleet George E. shoemaker, house 186 Derby 
Fletcher Henry, mariner, house 51 Bridge 
Fletcher R. C. Mrs. millinery, 168 Essex, house 166 do. 
Flinn Edward P. house 55 Warren 
Flinn James, laborer, house 105 Derby 
Flinn Jeremiah, laborer, house 8 Pratt 
Flinn Michael, laborer, house 15 Turner 
FUnn Thomas, hostler, house 40 St. Peter 
Flint Charles F. farmer, house Laboratory 
Flint George, farmer, house Laboratory 

Flint Harrison O. engineer Lawrence R. R. house 8 Prescott 
Flint John F. farmer, house Laboratory 
Flint Nancy, widow, house Laboratory 
Flint Samuel P. house Laboratory 
Flint Simeon, mason, 223 Derby, house 3 Harbor 
Florance Elizabeth Mrs. house 2 Everett 
Florance Henry, shoemaker, house 2 Everett 
Florance Thomas T. ( Battis <§• F.), house 2 Everett 
Florentine Nicholas, carpenter, house llj^ English 
Floto John Henry, physician, house 10 Liberty [Winthrop 

Flowers Thomas B. agent S. I. P. Association, Endicott, h. 17 
Floyd Abigail, house 18 Crombie 
Floyd Elizabeth E. house 18 Crombie 
Floyd Hannah, house 18 Crombie 
Floyd Mary A. house 28 Norman 
Floyd Philip, laborer, house 21 High 
Floyd Reuben H. shoemaker, house Phelps court 
Floyd Samuel P. (J. N. Martin ^ Co.), house 56 Bridge 
Floyd Sarah, house 18 Crombie 
Flynn James, at Charles Ropes's, house 3 Gardner 
Flynn Mary, widow, house rear 13 Church 
Fobes Edward, hair dresser, 16 Wash, boards 18 Chestnut 
Fogg John M. teamster, house 83 Derby 
Fogg Stephen, house 4 Flint 
Fogg Sylvester P. captain, house 5 Hathorne 
Foley Bridget Mrs. house 4 Ward 
Foley Cornelius, laborer, house 383 Essex 
Foley Daniel, laborer, house 12 Ward 
Foley Edward, painter, Endicott, house 4 Ward 
Foote Caleb, editor of Salem Gazette and Essex County Mer- 
cury, 191 Essex, house 44 Warren 
Foote Frazier C. tanner, house rear 93 Boston 
Foote John C. currier, boards rear 93 Boston 
Forbush Jonathan C. house 67 Bridge 
Ford Jeremiah L. laborer, house 18 Fowler 
Ford John F. tanner, house 18 Fowler 



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Ford Mary, widow, hovise 21 Creek 

Ford Thomas, currier, house Varney 

Forrester Charlotte Mrs. house 9 Oliver 

Forsyth Ezra R. captain, house 84 Summer 

Forsyth William, laborer, house 166 Federal 

Foster Charlotte, teacher, boards 9 Dean 

Foster Clementine and Adaline Misses, house 402 Essex 

Foster Elisha, laborer, house 51 Bridge 

Foster Isaac P. grocer, 109 Derby, house 12 Charter 

Foster Isaac P. jr. 109 Derby, house 14 Walnut 

Foster John, fisherman, house rear Aborn [Buffum 

Foster John M. dry goods and millinery, 249 Essex, house 7 

Foster John S. house 22 High 

Foster Jonas, house 62 North 

Foster Joseph C. (Emmertoti ^ Foster), 26 Asiatic building, b. 
I Essex House 

Foster Joseph S. house 7 BufFum 

Foster Joshua L. constable, house 4 Turner 

Foster Josiah, cooper, house 10 Mechanic 

Foster Josiah M. painter, house Dodge 
.Foster Mary Mrs. house 7 Bufium 

Foster Matilda L. milliner, 263 Essex, house 119 do. 

Foster Samuel B. captain, house 12 Mall 

Foster Thomas A. (Cal. ), house 48 Derby 
'Foster William, tobacconist, house 119 Essex 
I Foster William H. cashier Asiatic Bank, 32 Wash. h. 357 
I Essex 

Foster William J. clerk Asiatic Bank, house 357 Essex 

Fountain John, laborer, house 1 Ropes 

Fowler Charles B. cierk, 27 Washington, bds. 36 St. Peter 

Fowler Edwin K. clerk, house 36 St. Peter 
: Fowler George, superintendent city lamps, house 2 St. Pe 
I ter court 

Fowler George P. mason, house 2 St. Peter court 
Fowler Hannah Mrs. house 140 North 
Fowler Joseph, baker, house 36 St. Peter 
Fowler Joseph H. cigar maker, house 36 St. Peter 
Fowler Newton G. sawyer. City Mills, house 30 Mill 
Fowler Sarah J. and Elizabeth B. variety store, 14 Boston, 

house 16 do. 
Fowler William T. sawyer, City Mills, house 30 Mill 
Fox James, laborer, house 77 Derby 
Foye Deborah, teacher, house 4 Lynde 
Foye Samuel, revenue boat, house 75 Derby 
Foye William, rope maker, house East Webb 
Francis Anthony jr. mariner, house 3 Turner 
Francis Augustus B, mariner, house 10 Pearl 



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Francis Ephraim F. stove polisher, house Barton [ 

Francis John, captain, house 29 St. Peter \ 

Francis John E. mariner, house 29 St. Peter [ 

Francis Lucy Mrs. variety store, house 13 Flint 

Francks Rachel Mrs. house 16 Becket 

Francois Dorlice J, mariner, house 12 Cedar 

Frany Thomas, operative, boards 11 Park 

Fraser Charles, currier, house end Mason 

Frazier John, mariner, house 4 Peabody 

Fredorickson Wm. currier, h. rear Mason, opposite Oil Works 

Freeman Andrew T. laborer, house East Webb 

Freeman Sylvester, laborer, house 27 Daniels 

French David, teamster, house 142 Bridge 

French Henry, U. S. Navy, house 15 Chestnut 

French John, overseer, boards 69 Harbor 

French Joseph, boards 91 Bridge 

Friend Charles, tin worker, boards 14 Union 

Friend Edmunds, soapmaker, boards 44 Boston 

Friend Franklin, house 70 Summer 

Friend Joel, shoe cutter, house 152 Boston 

Frost Emily, house 15 Central 

Frothingham D. T. Mrs. house 179 Boston 

Frothingham Josiah A. house Boston, above Aborn 

Frothingham Nathaniel, 29 Front, house 23 Church 

Frothingham N. & T. H. (Nathaniel jr. ^ Thomas H.), stoves 
and tin ware, 29 and 31 Front, N. jr's house 12 Federal 

Frothingham Thomas H. (iV. ^ T. H. Frothingham), house 75 
Summer 

Frye Abigail, widow, house 91 Boston 
Frye Benjamin, house 32 Beckford 
Frye Daniel, currier, Beaver, house 3 do. 
Frye Frederick A. tanner, foot of Beach, house 91 Boston 
Frye Henry L. engineer, house 91 Boston 
Frye James, tanner, Goodhue, house Beaver court 
Frye John N. house 11 Daniels 

Frye Joseph S. bark grinding mill, Goodhue, h. 90 Boston 
Frye Nathan, captain, house 354 Essex 
Frye Nathan A. merchant, Phillips wharf, house ZoQ Essex 
Frje Sally, house 137 Federal 
Frye Stephen N. tanner, Beaver, house 3 do. 
Frye William, house 1 Beaver 
Frye William jr. tanner, house 131 Boston 

Full Marena Mrs. house 1C9 Lafayette j 

Fulhxm William, laborer, house 95 Derby 

Fuller Benjamin B. & Co. {Nath'l Fuller), wood, coal and lum-, 
ber, 13 Front, house 7 South Pine j 

Fuller Charles H. tinsmith, house 67^ Essex 



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Fuller Christopher G. house 8 Ash 

Fuller David, porter, house 14 Porter 

Fuller Elijah Mrs. Louse 67<^ Essex 

Fuller Enoch, architect, house 57 Washington 

Fuller Enoch P. carpenter, North Pme, house 7 South Pine 

Fuller Hiram L. house 55 Lafayette 

Fuller Joseph, currier, boards 5 May 

Fuller Mary A. house 20 Andrew 

Fuller Nancy, widow, house 23 High 

Fuller Nathaniel fB. B. Fuller Sc Co.), house 7 South Pine 

F'uller Samuel, inspector at Custom House, house 59 Mill 

Fuller Thomas jr. mariner, house 13 Mr. Vernon 

Fuller William P. stoves and tinware, 43 Wash. h. 12 Howard 

GAFFNEY ELLEN, widow, house 27 Ward 

Gafney Christy, currier, house rear Adams 

GafSeld James, currier, house 421 Essex 

Gage Andrew jr. painter, 71 Derby, house 18 Hardy 

Gallagher Ann, widow, house rear 53 Warren 

Gallagher John, laborer, house 4 Elm 

Gallagher Michael, currier, house 22 River 

Gallagher Patrick, laborer, house 7 En.ijlioh 

Gallison Joseph, shoemaker, boards 6 Park ■> 

Gallison Waterman, shoemaker, boards 3 Pleasant 

Gallivan John, currier, house 407 Essex 

Ganey Catherine, house 6 High st. court 

Gannan John, laborer, house 11 Lynn 

Gannon Thomas, currier, house 21 Warren 

Gardner Benjamin, hairdresser, 4 Central, house 99 Federal 

Gardner Daniel B. boards 33 Charter 

Gardner Daniel B. house 4 Barton square 

Gardner David, mason, house 5 Cambridge 

Gardner Edward E. laborer, house 7 Federal 

Gardner Eunice, widow, house 51 Bridge 

Gardner George A. house 14 Margin 

Gardner George W. overseer, house 6 Church 

Gardner Henry, merchant, 1 Market ct. house at N. Danvers 

Gardner James W. carpenter, boards 99 Federal 

Gardner John Mrs. house 26 Federal 

Gardner John, grocer, 3 and 5 High 

Gardner John jr. carpenter, house 6 Church 

Gardner Jonathan, cooper, house Adams 

Gardner Joseph, carpenter, house 19 Crombie 

Gardner Joseph 2d. (B), house Margin 

Gardner Lorenza N. house rear 169 Essex 

Gardner Lucy F. Mrs. house 67 North 

Gardner Mnriha, cloak and dressmaker, house 59 Mill 



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Gardner Miriam. D. Mrs. house rear 169 Essex 

Gardner Oakley, enamel and patent leather manufacturer, Ja- 
ponica st. rear of 67 Mas <n, house 67 North 

Gardner P. L. "W. wholesale grocer, 14^ Front, house 4 Barton 
square 

Gardner Richard, clerk Gas Light Co. house 125 Essex 

Gardner Samuel, sale stable, Endicott, cor. Margin, house 28 
Endicott 

Gardner Sarah Mrs. house 7 Federal 
j Gardner Simon, baker, 24 Turner, house do. 
! Gardner T. N. & Co. grocers, 20 Front, house 33 Charter 

Gardner William, house 7 Federal 

Gardner Willia.m, tailor, boards rear 169 Essex 

Gardner William F. Mrs. house 72 Lafayette 
I Gardner William F. carpenter, 6 Pme, "house 55 Endicott 
! Gargin Timothy, laborer, house foot Park 
iGarney Nancy, house 1 Federal 
\ Garland Mary A. house 76 Bridge 
I Garrett John E. mariner, bds. 8 Essex 
' Garrity Catherine, widow, house 6 Peabody 

Garrity John G. laborer, house rear 8 English 

Gass James, stonecutter, house 317 Essex 

Gauss Ruth, wid(*w, house 36 Derby 
I Gauss Stephen, cooper, house 36 Derby 
I Gavett Charles, 175 Essex, house 21 Turner 
I Gavett Henry, currier, house 37 St. Peter 

Gavett Jonathan, house 17 North 

Gavett Wm. R, dry goods, 192 Essex, house Turner, cor. Derby 

Gay Charles B. currier, 16 Flint 

Gayle Edward Mrs. house 12 Brown 

Gayle Edward F. W. clerk at Phillips wharf, h. 12 Brown 

Gearney James, currier, house 19 Boston 

Geary Daniel J. clerk, 237 Essex, boards 18 High 

Geary John, laborer, house 18 High 

Geary Owen, harness maker, boards 18 High 

Gerrish Elizabeth Mrs. house 12 Boston 

GersdofFB. physician, 47 Washington 

Getchell Alfred W. carpenter, house Prospect 

Getchell Benj. W, cooper, head Phillips wharf, house 17 English 

Getchell George F. cooper, house 30 Derby 

Getchell James A. carpenter, house 17 English 

Getchell Josiah W. superintendent Marine Railway, house 17 
English 

Getchell William, laborer, house 17 English 

Getchell Wm. Henry, shoemaker, house 16 Becket 

Gibney John, tanner. Beach, house 11 do. 

Gibson Frederick M cairiage maker, house 25 Hardy 



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Gibson John, mariner, house 160 Bridge 

Giddings John, house 23 Ward 

Gifford James B. (T. J. Giforcl ^ Co.), house 33 Mason 

GifFord Rufus B. carpenter. Dean, house Federal, cor. Dean 

Gifford Thomas J. & Co. (./. B. Gifford), carpenters, rear Car- 
penter St. house 35 Mason 

GifFord Thomas S. carpenter, house rear 59 North 

Glbert Elizabeth Mrs. house 8 Creek 

Gilbert James, captain, house Phelps court 

Giles John R. fancy and dry goods, 23 St. Peter, house do. 

Giles Lydia G. Mrs. house 28 Lynde 

Gilfoy Catherine, widow, house 4 Oak 

Gillespie James, shoemaker, 34 Boston, house Lummus court 

Gill Robert, currier, house 80 Boston 

Gillan John, captain, house 4 Prescott 

Gilligan Owen, laborer, house 49 Harbor 

Gillis James A. {Phillips^ G.), counsellor, 22 Asiatic building, 
house 32 Forrester 

Gillis Lydia D. Mrs. house 32 Forrester 

Oilman Daniel, ropemaker, house 5 EngHsh . 

Oilman Daniel, shoema'ier, house 15 Fssex 

Gilman Joseph, laborer, house 5 English 

Gilmore P. S. leader Salem Brass Band, boards Essex House 

Glazier Charles H. shoemaker, house 29 Salem 

Glazier Ezra, house 29 Salem 

Gleeson Daniel, currier, house 379 Essex 

Glidden Bethuel, trader, house 138 North 

Glidden Joseph P. Mrs. house 99 Federal 

Glidden (Mark) & Abbott (A^), dealers in fish, oysters and pro- 
duce, Phillips wharf, house at Danvers 

Glover Deborah M. Mrs. house 23 Harbor 

Glover George D. (Bosson A- G.), house Hancock 

Glover Isabella, variety store, 43 Essex 

Glover John H. captain, house 89 Lafayette 

Glover John P. painter, house 4 Pe^rl 

Glover Joseph E. station agent, E. R. R. house 46 Endicott 

Glover Nancy, house 2 Mill 

Glover Nathaniel S- house 86 North 

Glover Sally, widow, house 46 Endicott 

Glover Sophia Mrs. house 24 Mechanic 

Glover Susan Mrs. house 86 North 

Glover William H. house 86 North 

Gogan John, currier, house Green place 

Goldmund Benjamin, cooper, boards rear 41 Derby 

Goldmund Elizabeth Mrs. house 57 Derby 

Goldmund John F. mariner, house 57 Derby j 

Goldsmith George W. cabinet maker, house 33 BuflFum { 



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Goldsmith James T. carpenter, house 7 Hardy 

Goldsmith John, captain, house 14 Church 

Goldsmith John H. mariner, house 14 Church 

Goldthwait (Aaron) & Day ( Anios P.), carpenters, 20 Peabody, 

house 43 Broad 
Goldthwait Aaron jr. carpenter, house 7 Cedar 
Goldthwait Charles, carpenter, house Phelps court 
Goldthwait Edward A. shoemaker, house Phelps court 
Goldthwait Francis, carpenter, house Phelps court 
Goldthwait Franklin, tanner, house Goodhue 
Goldthwait George C. painter, house 152 Derby 
Goldthwait James G. carpenter, house 3 Woodbury court 
Goldthwait Joseph A. (Savory &; Co.), boards Mansion House 
Goldthwait Joseph W. shoemaker, house 3 Woodbury's court 
Goldthwait Luther, ship carpenter, house 27 Andrew 
Goldthwait Mary Mrs house 5 Cross 
Goldthwait M. jr. house 12 Church 

Goldthwait Samuel F. shoemaker, house 3 Woodbury's court 
Goldthwait Willard, dry goods and carpets, 155 Essex, house 

10 Margin 
Goldthwait William jri tinsmith, house 27 Andrew 
Goldthwait WilHam W. clerk, 14 Newbury, h. 1 Parker's court 
Goldthwait William H. house 41 Lafayette 
Gomes Charles H. clerk, 10 Lafayette, boards 8 Cherry 
Gomes Joseph, boots and shoes. 10 Lafayette, house 8 Cherry 
Gomes Joseph C. hair dresser, 35 Washington, boards 8 Cherry 
Goodell Abner C. & Son (Zina GoodellJ, machinists, 16 Lafa- 
yette, house 5 Daniels [house at Lynn 
Goodell A. C. register of Court of Insolvency, Court House, 
Goodell Oliver D. machinist, house Lagrange, corner Salem 
Goodell Zina (A. C. Goodell &; SotiJ, boards 5 Daniels 
Goodhue Abner Mrs. house 2 Liberty 
Goodhue Charles H. clerk at Essex House 
Goodhue Frances Mrs. house 345 Essex 
Goodhue James B. blacksmith, 3 Cambridge, h. 6 Hathorne 
Goodhue John, house 55 Washington 
Goodhue John B. mariner, house Bott's court 
Goodhue Joseph, feather bed renovator, 274 Essex, house 19 

Lemon 
Goodhue Priscilla, dressmaker, house 55 Washington 
Goodhue Samuel B. clerk (B.), boards 51 Essex 
Goodhue Sarah Mrs. house 12 Beach 

Goodhue William, lumber wharf, 190 Derby, house 22 Liberty 
Goodhue William jr. trader, 4 Cambridge, house 19 Winthrop 
Goidhue William P. merchant, 44 Derby, house 51 Essex 
Goodrich Charles it. teamster, 43 Derby, house 24 Union 
Goodridge George A. periodicals and papers, house 21 Summer 



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Goodridge John W. mariner, house 8 Becket 

Goodridge Mary Mrs. house 8 Becket 

Goodwin Amos, clerk, house 81 Derby 

Goodwin Elijah, laborer, house 2 Dow 

Goodwin Enoch, grocer, Derby, corner Carlton, h. 81 Derby 

Goodwin Isaac, cooper, house 7 Hardy 

Goodwin James B. house 1 F. R. Lead Mills 

Goodwin John, E. R. R. house 32 Mill 

Goodwin Thomas, teamster, house 131 North 

Gordon George E. seaman, boards 23 Daniels 

Gordon Hiram E. dyer, house 33 Barr 

Gordon Michael, laborer, house 93 Mason 

Gordon^ Oliver A. mariner, house 26 Essex 

Gordon* Ruf us L. wood and bark measurer, 2 Lafayette, house 

23 Daniels 
Gorham James, cabinet maker, boards 131 Essex 
Gorman John, laborer, house 168 Derby 
Gorman John, laborer, house 26 Peabody 
Gorman Patrick, laborer, house Pratt 
Goss Charles, baker, house rear 89 North 
Goss Ezekiel, furniture, 279 Essex, house 19 Summer 
Goss Francis, house 28 Turner 

Goss Francis P. plumber, 7 St. Peter, house 24 Hardy 
Goss Richard G. baker, 87 North, house do. 
Gosslin John, currier, house 2) Fowler 
Gould Charles P. house 18 Barr 

Gould Charles P. jr. cigar store, 140 Essex, house 18 Barr 
Gould Robert W. measurer Custom House, house 10 Monroe 
Gould Solomon, carpenter, house rear 63 Essex 
Gould Wilaara C. painter, boards rear 63 Essex 
Gove Obadiah P. 14^ Front, boards 9 Higginson square 
Gove Squire, house Margin 
Gower George, ropemaker, house 13 Briggs 
Gowen William, clerk, house 70 North 
Gracia Henry A. mariner, house Barr, near Mason 
Grady Henry, laborer, house 82 Mason 
Grady James, laborer, house rear 67 Mason 
Grady James, laborer, house 3 Church 
Grady Jeremiah, laborer, house 3 Church 
Grady Peter, laborer, house rear 67 Mason \ 

Graham Asa S. ship carpenter, house 4 Curtis 
Graham John, laborer, house 8 Andover 
Graham William, mariner, house 181 Bridge 
Grant Benjamin H. painter, boards 31 Union 
Grant Esther P. Mrs. house 9 Boston 

Grant Franklin, box manufacturer (B.), house 26 Williams 
Grant Frederick, clerk, 273 Essex, house 31 Union 



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Grant Henry, house 9 Boston 

Grant John, grocer, 18 Boston, house do. 

Grant John C. cabinet maker, 15 Lafayette, boards 98 Federal 

Grant Joseph Mrs. house 58 Federal 

Grant Joshua B. cabinet maker, 51 Boston, house 3 Fowler 

Grant Samuel, inspector. Custom House, house 31 Union 

Grant Samuel jr. machinist, house 31 Union 

Graves William B. captain, house 114 Federal 

Gray Benjamin A. public administrator and insurance agent, 

house 13 Mall 
Gray Charles, livery stable. Church, boards 16 Allen 
Gray Daniel C. seaman, boards 16 Allen 
Gray Everard, cooper, boards 16 Allen 
Gray Eliza, house 12 English ' 

Gray Elizabeth Mrs. house 25 Williams 
Gray George C. sash maker, boards 13 Mall 
Gray Lawson K. brewer. Front, corner Washington, h. 5 Pond 
Gray Nathaniel A. clerk, 223 Essex, boards 16 Allen 
Gray Susan P. Mrs. house 353 Essex 
Gray William, clerk, 44 Derby, house 16 Allen 
Gray William B. grocer, 15 English, house 16 Allen 
Greeley William E. merchant (B.), house 33 Chestnut 
Greeley Wilham H. merchant (B.), house 33 Chestnut 
Green Alexander, mariner, house 7 Orange 
Green Charles, overseer, house 1 Ward 
Green Eliza Mrs. house 188 Derby 
Green James, shoemaker, house 2 Pingree 
Green Joseph H. cigar maker, house 35 Essex 
Green Mary V. Mrs, house 23 Becket 
Green Michael, shoemaker^ boards 2 Pingree 
Green Rebecca, widow, house Vale 
Greenleaf Mary V. Mrs. house 23 Becket 
Greenough Daniel, shoemaker, house 6 Prince 
Greenough John W. carpenter, house 3 Park 
Grugan James, operative, house 4 Elm 
Gritfen Ebenezer, shipping master and dealer in clothing, Lib 

erty, corner Charter, house 26 Charter 
Griffin Ebenezer jr. clerk, boards 26 Charter 
Griffin Hannah, widow, house 36 Charter 
Griffin Hosea B. cutter, 267 Essex, house 8 Lynde 
Griffin James, currier, house 8 Beaver 
Griffin John, laborer, house 27 Daniels 
Griffin John, tanner, house Beaver lane 
Griffin John, shoemaker, house 101 North 
Griffin Nathaniel, house 1 Winter 
Griffin Thomas, laborer, boards 15 Turner 
Griffin Thomas J. clothing, 7 Pratt 



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Grifiin Timothy, currier, house 8 Beaver 

Griffin William, laborer, house 3 Tucker's wharf 

Grimes Oliver, laborer, house Bridge, above March 

Grimes Robert, fisherman, house 51 Bridge 

Grindal Stover, roller coverer, house 62 Harbor 

Grisvvold Benoni L. carpenter and shoe maufacturer, Phelps 

court, house Green place 
Grover Albert, teamster, house 39 Essex 
Grover Augustus, house 13 Carlton 
Grover Benjamin F. house 317 Essex 
Grover James, currier, house 6 Friend 
Grover John, wood and coal, Brookhouse & Hunt's wharf, 

house 18 Becket 
Grover John jr. teamster, house 10 Becket 
Grover Susan, nurse, house 23 AVinthrop 
Grover William B. civil engineer, house 10 Mechanic 
Groves Henry B. hftuse 21 Winter 
Groves Ruth Mrs. house 58 Federal 
Grush Benjamin S. mason, house 13 Pickmau 
Grush Michael, mason, house 15 Williams 
Guilford Elbridge G. bootmaker, house 7 Mall 
Guilford Samuel W. shoemaker, boards 7 Mall 
Guilford William H. shoemaker, boards 7 Mall 
Gulliver John, currier, house 87 Mason 
Gwinn Edward A. ropemaker, house 11 Gardner court 
Gwinn James F. twine factory, 38 Bridge, house 52 do. 
Gwinn James S. (T. W. (S, J. S. Gicinn), house 57 Warren 
Gwinn Mary A. millinery, 294 Essex, house 2 North court 
Gwinn Thomas W. & James S. grocers, 410 Essex, h. 408 do 
Gwinn William, baker, boards 68 Washington 

HADDOCK JAMES M. mariner, house 12 Congress 

Hadley Francis E. tanner, house 111 Boston 

Hadley George S. tanner, house Albion 

Hadley WiUis, currier, house Albion 

Haffern James, house rear 53 Warren 

Hagan William H. laborer, house 38 Essex 

Hagerty Cornelius, tanner, house 166 Federal 

Hagerty Dennis, laborer, house 7 Gerrish place 

Hale Eliza Mrs. house 58 North [Essex, house 12 Northey 

Hale Henry, hardware, cutlery, and agricultural tools, 215 

Elale James F. carpenter, boards 11 Cambridge 

Hale Joseph, house end of Mason 

Hale Pemberton, grocer, 27 Summer, house 11 Cambridge 

Hale William H. baker, house 19 Essex 

Haley Owen, laborer, house Pratt 

Haley Peter, laborer, house 14 Oak 



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Haley Shillaber, carpenter, 5 Prince, house 2o Harbor 

Hall Abraham K. blacksmith, house 5 Woodbury court 

Hall David, blacksmith, house Melcher's court 

Hall Kliphalet, carpenter, house 97 Boston 
jHall Oilman B, currier, house 97 Boston 

Hall Henry, laborer, house 8 Ward 

Hall John, lather, house 16 Dow 

Hall John W. shoemaker, boards Abel H. Tyler's 

Hall William H. captain, house 3 Margin 

Hallahan Daniel, laborer, house 1 Pratt 

Hallahan Edward, laborer, house 8 Whittemore 

Hallard John", laborer, house 5 Gerrish place 

Halliscy John, laborer, house 20 Congress 

Ham Joseph, mason, boards 21 Lafayette 

Ham Julia, widow, house 32 Union 

Haman John, painter, house 16 Williams , 

Hamblett M. L. widow, house 18 Williams 

Hamilton Alexander Mrs. house 34 Mill 

Hamilton Alexander, laborer, house 34 Mill 

Hamilton George P. mariner, house 6 Webb 

Hamilton John C. shoemaker, house Mill, corner Endicott 

Hamilton Joseph, laborer, house 34 Mill 

Hammond Daniel, painter, house 6 Prescott 

Hammond Hannah Mrs. nurse, house 12 Winthrop 

Hammond John, captain, house 12 Conant [h. 17 Cambridge 

Hammond {John D.) & Tuttle (F. IF.), dry goods, 167 Essex, 

Hammond John L. laborer, house 12 Allen 

Hammond Joseph, manner, house 6 Endicott 

Hammond Wm. B. printer, 191 Essex, h. at South Danvc'-s 

Hammond William C. carpenter, 127 Derby, house 15 Carlton 

Hancock John, mariner, house 8 Webb 

Hanley Margaret, widow, house 4 Pingree 

Hanley Michael, currier, house Salem turnpike 

Hanley Patrick, shoemaker, house rear 24 Congress 

Hannam Thomas, tailor, 64 Boston, house rear 95 do. 

Hannan Benjamin, laborer, house 15 Rubber Factory, Ward 

Hannan D. B. homoeopathic physician, house 148 Federal 

Hannan John, gardener, house 39 Dearborn 

Hanscom James, shoemaker, house 15 Creek 

Hanscom William R. machinist, house 387 Essex 

Hanson Caleb H. teamster, house 7 Elm 

Hanson E ijah A. tanner, 13 Grove, house 96 Boston 

Hanson Job V. {Beckford <Sf H.), house 18 School 

Hanson John B. captain, house 103 Lafayette 
I Hanson Joseph, teamster, 64 Union, house 31 Harbor 
i Hanson Joseph H. merchant, 16 Asiatic building, h. 23 Federal 
I Hansen Luther C. cabinet maker, house 22 Lyiide 



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Hanson Lydia S, widow, house 51 Mill 
Hanson Samuel, baggage master, boards 1 Sevvall 
Hanson Tobias, butcher, house Beaver, opposite Beaver lane 
Haraden Abigail Mrs. house 14 Curtis 

Haraden Andrew, Boston express, basement Asiatic building, 
house 9 Barton square [ton 

Haraden Jonathan, basement Asiatic building, h. 19 "Washing- 
Haraden Stephen, captain, house 3 Ash 
Harden William, laborer, house 23 Turner 
Harding David, horseshoer, rear 25 Front, house 134 Derby- 
Harding James, clerk (B.), house 6 Ward 
Harding Margaret T. dressmaker, house 134 Derby 
Harding Mary, widow, house 26 Ward 
Hardy Abner H. painter, house 121 North 
Hardy {Augustus) & Co. ( Wm. Hardy), doors, sashes, & blinds, 

26 Front, house Qo Federal 
Hardy Temple, grocer, 72 Federal, house do. 
Hardy Temple jr. 26 Front, house 74 Federal 
Harigan John, laborer, house 23 Carlton 
Harrigan John, laborer, house Pratt 
Harrigan Michael, laborer, house rear 31 Derby 
! Hariington Charles, currier, 428 Essex, house 397 do. 
Harrington Francis, clerk (B.), boards 6 Beaver 
Harrington George, captain, house foot of Prescott 
Harrington Henry, watchmaker, house 153 Federal 
Harrington Jonas B. gardener, house 6 Beaver 
Harrington Leonard B. currier, 428 Essex, house 153 Federal 
Harrington Richard, tanner, Goodhue, house 93 Boston 
Harrington Samuel B. currier, house Salem turnpike 
Harrington William H. {Malnon &; H.), house 116 Boston 
Harris Daniel, farmer, house Walter 
Harris {Daniel M.) & Hutchings {Augustus), carpenters, 36 

North, house 12 Upham 
Harris Elizabeth Mrs. house 7 Carpenter 
Harris Israel P. {Parks ^ Harris), 4 St. Peter, house 14 do. 
Harris James, ship carpenter, house 17 Hardy 
Harris James E. cooper, house East AVebb 
Harris James jr. {Chamberlain, Harris ^ Co.), house 86 Bridge 
Harris Mason, seaman, house 75 Derby 
Harris Nathaniel B. apothecary, 143 Essex, house 200 do. 
Harris Walter S. {Far>ner iS, Harris), masons, house 84 North 
Harris William B. teamster, house Walter 
Harrison Elizabeth, dressmaker, house 19 Federal 
Harrison Eunice Mrs. house 19 Federal 
Harrod Benjamin C. on Eastern R. R. house 17 Beckford 
Hart Daniel, laborer, house 91 Derby 
Hart David, shipwright, head Phillips wharf, h. 24 Carlton 



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Hart Timothy, currier, house Mason 

Hartagan Patrick, blacksmith, house 11 Church. 

Hartagan Patrick, horseshoer, house 11 Church 

Hartwell Lydia B. widow, house 7 Park 

Harvey Harriet, house 68 North 

Harvey Isaac C. laborer, house 32 St. Peter 

Harvey Margaret Mrs. dressmaker, house 6 Pratt 

Harwood Francis, shoemaker, house foot of Northey 

Haskell Charles, engineer, house 100 Derby 

Haskell Charles jr. clerk, boards 100 do. 

Haskell Daniel C. currier, 71 Mason, house 174 Federal 

Haskell Elijah, mariner, house 15 North 

Haskell Jacob, mason, house 18 Ward 

Haskell Jacob S. cabinet maker, 296 Essex, house 269 do. 

Haskell Mark, clerk, 172 Essex, house 9 Ash 

Haskell Mark H. house 9 Ash 

Haskell Orin, clerk, boards 21 Lafayette 

Haskell Orin, clerk, boards 5 Dean 

Haskell Reuben R. 173 Essex, boards 128 Bridge 

Haskell Susan J. teacher, house 9 Ash 

Haskell William, variety store, 5 Lynn, house 19 Warren 

Haskell William, cabinetmaker, house 19 Warren 

Haskell William R. clerk, house 8 Union 

Haskins Susan L, Mrs. millinery and fancy goods, 147 Essex, 

house 72 Mill 
Hatch Henry & Co. {Charles A. Smiley), grocers, 42 Lafayette, 

house 35 do. 
Hatch Lemuel B. wood and coal, 113 Derby, h. 73 Essex 
Hatch (iS'. L.) & Lawrence {D. S.) eating saloon, Front, corner 

Derby sq. house 11 Creek 
Hathaway Eleazer, baker, 68 Washington, house do. 
Hathaway James, currier, house Beaver court 
Hathaway Lois H. Mrs. house 12 Lynn 
Hathaway Samuel R. shoemaker, house 12 Essex 
Hathorne Ebenezer, nurseryman, house Hollingsworth Hill 
Hathorne Ruth, house 12 St. Peter 
Hause Carl, teacher of music, boards 5 Barton square 
Hawes John Q. carpenter, house Beaver, opp. Beaver lane 
Hawes Nancy, widow, at Samuel B. Harrington's 
Hawes William, carpenter, 127 Boston, house Beaver, opposite 

Beaver lane 
Hawkes John, clerk, 144 Essex, boards do. 
Hawkes Louisa M. teacher, house 19 North 
Hawkes Timothy {Needham §• //.), 144 Essex 
Hay John A. bootuiaker, 35 Brown, house 195 Bridge 
Hayes Bartholomew, laborer, house 23 Carlton 
Hayes Benjamin, tailor, house Nichols 



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Hayes Dennis, laborer, house Tucker's wharf 

Hayes Jeremiah, laborer, house 26 Peabody 

Hayes John, laborer, house rear 26 Peabody 

Hayes John, laborer, house 3 Tucker's wharf 
'Hayes John jr. laborer, house 2 Tucker's wharf 

Hayes Judith, widow, house 40.5 Essex 
j Hayes Michael, laborer, house 34 Derby 
(Hayes Michael, laborer, house 16 Turner 

Hayes Morris, laborer, house 16 Derby 
I Hayes Morris, laborer, house Becket avenue 

Hayes Patrick, laborer, house Tucker's wharf 

Hayes Patrick, cabinet maker, house 25 High 
|Hayford Asa, clerk, boards 58 Broad 
jHayford William B. ship carpenter, house 4^ Turner 

Hayman John, captain, house 42 Essex 
[Hayraan John, painter, house 16 Williams 

Hayward Aaron, mason, house 82 Summer 
^Hayward Amy A. teacher private school, boards 129 Federal 
j Hayward Cyrus, stage proprietor, house 13 River 

Hayward Josiah. mason, house 120 Federal 
i Hayward William P. teacher Pickering School, h. 183 Bridge 
IHazeltine Stephen, captain, house 3 Ash 
IHazelton Andrew, currier, house 20 Fowler 

Hazelton Augustus, tanner, house 7 May 

Hazelton Charles, currier, house 14 Frierid 

Hazelton John, tanner. May, house 15 do. 

Hazelton Joseph, currier, house 15 May 
j Hazelton Joseph, tanner, boards 16 Sewall 
I Hazelton Lucy, widow, house 15 May 
'Healey Mary, widow, house 4 May 
1 Heard Mary Mrs. house 10 Church 

Heard Nathaniel, mariner, house 24 Dearborn 

Heath Sarah A. widow, house 34 Summer 
jHeeney Bridget, widow, house opposite 19 Daniels 
iHaeney (Patrick) & Clark (Patrick), coal,, and bark, 

169 Derby, house 16 Elm 
JHeeney Richard, currier, house Adams, near Mason 
|Heeney William, blacksmith, house opposite wood 19 Daniels. 
i Heferern Michael, laborer, house 140 IBridge 
!Helt Benjamin G. cigar maker, house 108 Derby 
[ Henderson Benjamin I. painter, boards 29 Union 
j Henderson Daniel, painter, 6 Newbury, house 29 Union 
[Henderson Elizabeth Mrs. house 7 Oranoe 
I Henderson Elizabeth Mrs. house 29 Union 
j Henderson F. A. Miss, music teacher, 14 6t Peter 

Henderson John H. B. hardware (B.), house 14 St. Peter 
{Henderson John S. carpenter, house Phelps court 



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Henderson Joseph, salesman (B,), house 29 Union 
Henderson Margaret Miss, house 27 Liberty 
Henderson Samuel, boots and shoes, 21 St. Peter, house 14 do. 
Henderson S. Goodhue, clerk, 207 Essex, house 14 St. Peter 
Henderson {TJwmas) & Kimball (S. T.), furniture dealers, 38 

Washington, house 11 Mt. Vernon 
Henderson William C. bookbinder, house 19 Winter 
Hendley John, shoemaker, house 136 Boston 
Henfield Amos {Stacker &; Haifield), house 14 Endicott 
Henfield John, house 32 Lafayette 

Henfield John jr. shoemaker, 264 Essex, house 19 Warren 
Henfield Joseph H. clothing and furnishing goods, 10 Front, h. 

Bott's court 
Henman Hannah K. Mrs. house 13 Curtis 
Hennessey John, tanner, house 81 Mason 
Hennessey Margaret, widow, house 81 Mason 
Hennessey Mary, widow, house Albion 
Hennessey Michael, laborer, house Tucker's wharf 
Hennessey Patrick, laborer, house 30 North 
Hennessey Patrick, currier, house 81 Mason 
Hennessey William, laborer, house 81^ Mason 
Henry Elizabeth Mrs. house 20 Carlton 
Henry John, currier, house Mason Hill 
Hensmun George, shoemaker, house 22 Cedar 
Henville William W. house 18 Cambridge 
Herley John, laborer, house 25 Ward 
Hermon William, overseer freight depot, house Margin 
Hern William E. operative, house 10 Congress 
Herrick Israel, shoemaker, house 20 Winthrop 
Herrick Mary, house 70 North 
Hersey Benjamin, mariner, house 14 Allen 
Hersey Benjamin C. laborer, house 6 Webb 
Hersey William H. currier, house 60 Broad 
Hessian Ann Mrs. house 170 Deiby 
Hifield John, laborer, house 8 English 
Higbee Benjamin L. Mrs. house 50 Broad 
Higbee Betsey Mrs. house 64 Broad 

Higbee Lemuel, leather, 76 North (B.), house 70 Boston 
Higby Charles, leather, 6 Blackstone (B.), house 155 Federal 
Higgins Philip, currier, house 62 Mason 
Higgins Yates, currier, house Acorn 
Hill Alexander A. boat builder, house 48 Essex 
Hill Anstiss P. widow, house 61 Derby 
Hill Abner E. house 32 Derby 
Hill Kdwin R. shoemaker, boards 23 Oliver 
Hill Elizabeth Mrs. house 4 Palfrey court 
Hill Henry, shoemaker, house 23 balem 



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Hill Horace L. cooper, house 61 Derby 

Hill Ira, carpenter, house 4 Winthrop 

Hill John, agent for periodicals, house 121 Lafayette 

Hill J. Archer, currier, house 48 Essex 

Hill Moses, house 16 Upham 

Hill Richard, cooper, house 8 Bentley 

Hill Robert fW. ^ R. Hill), house 8 Bentley 

Hill Sally Mrs. house 32 Derby 

Hill Samuel, mariner, house 40 Lafayette 

Hill Sarah E. widow, house 11 Salem 

Hill Thomas, painter, house 22 Congress 

Hill Thomas, tailor, house 131 Essex 

Hill Ursula, house 9 May 

Hill Willard R. carpenter, boards 15 "Warren 

Hill WilUam, 34 Broad (B.), house 22 Beckford, cor. Federal 

Hill William & R. dry goods, 277 Essex, house 10 Walter 

Hill William M. currier, house 48 Essex 

Hiltz Deborah, widow, house 4o Endicott 

Hinchion Ellen, widow, house 13 Upham 

Hinchion Patrick, stonemason, house 13 Upham 

Hinchion Patrick, mason, house 6 Pratt 

Hines George, carpenter, house Irving, near Grove 

Hinkley E. F. trader, house 17 School 

Hinds Edward, laborer, house 1 High street court 

Hinds Richard, laborer, house High street court 

Hinds Terrence, laborer, house High 

Hinsman John C. laborer, house 9 Upham 

Hinsman Sebastian S. shoemaker, house 9 Upham 

Hitchens Abijah, carpenter, house 12 Allen 

Hitchens Abijah jr. copal varnish maker, house 9 Allen 

Hitchens Mary Mrs. house 16 Essex 

Hitchens Nathaniel, carpenter, house 7 Becket 

Hitchens Richard, ropemaker, house 33 Essex 

Hoag Uriah J. house 62 Mill 

Hobart Hannah, house 10 Norman 

Hobart John Q. stonecutter, house 9 Creek 

Hobart Matthew, shipwright, house 8 Allen 

Hobart Sarah, teacher, house 8 Allen 

Hobbs George, chair painter, house 17 Derby 

Hobbs Horatio D. house 7 Central 

Hobbs James S. currier, house 5 North court 

Hobbs William H. teamster, house 14 High 

Hodgdon Betsey Mrs. house 14 Hardy 

Hodgdon David, captain, house 39 Harbor 

Hodgdon George C. 18 Blackstone (B ), house 8 Chestnut 

Hodgdon Robert II. tailor, house 14 Hardy 

Hodges Edward, clerk of register of deeds, house 102 Federal 



108 SALEM [H] DIRECTORY. 

Hodges Gamaliel, captain, house 14 Church 

Hodges George A. house 7 Summer 

Hodges Hannah, house 5^ Brown 

Hodges John, merchant, house 266 Essex 

Hodges Joseph, merchant, house 95 Essex 

Hodges Samuel K. clerk, 70 State (B.), house 4 Chestnut 

Hodges Samuel R. distiller, 17 Elm, house 4 Chestnut 

Hodgkins George L. wines, &c. 40 Pleasant, house 91 Bridge 

Hodgkinson Jabez, machinist, house 2 Curtis 

Hoffman Charles, merchant. Central wf. house 26 Chestnut 

Hogan James, blacksmith, house Aborn 

Hogan John, laborer, house Grove 

Hogan John, shoemaker, house 77 Derby 

Hogan Patrick, laborer, house 7 High 

Holbrook Joseph, oysters, &c. 5 Derby square, h. 20 Charter 

Holbrook Solomon H. 5 Derby square, house 31 Norman 

Holbrook Sylvia Mrs. fortune teller, house 20 Derby 

Holden Nathaniel & Co. (T. Oakes), sailmakers, 7 Derby wharf, 

house 33 Brown 
Holland David, carpenter, house Albion 
Holland Joanna, widow, house 16 Crombie 
Holland Patrick, laborer, house 168 Derby 

Holland William W. shoemaker, house 45 Broad 

Holman Jonathan Mrs. house 337 Essex 

Holman Lyman, building mover, house 175 Boston 

Holmes Thomas, captain, house 335 Essex 

Holmes Thomas B. captain, house 335 Essex 

Holt Lucy J. Mrs. house 6 Winthrop 

Holt Sophia C. upholsteress, house 9 Rust 

Homan Abigail, nurse, house 368 Essex 

Honeycomb (Samuel R.J & Potter (J. F.J, carpenters, Endi 
cott, house 5 Saunders 

Honeycomb Sarah E. music teacher, house 7 Lemon 

Honeycomb Thomas P. carpenter, 31 North, house 100 do. 

Honeycomb William H. carpenter, 14 Cross, house 7 Lemon 

Hood Abraham, gardener, house 9 Webb 

Hood David P. carpenter, Turner, near Essex, house 9 Allen 

Hood Jacob, agent Am. Bible Society, house 15 Lynde 

Hood Nathaniel S. cooper, house 12 Daniels 

Hooper Gasena, widow, house 160 Bridge 

Hooper Hannah & Lydia Misses, house 12 Beckford 

Hooper John, laborer, house 24 Ward 

Hooper Nathaniel, shoemaker, house 12 Summer 

Hooper Nathaniel M. shoemaker, house 6 High 

Hooper Thomas T. house 37 North 
j Hoppin James M. Rev. house 392 Essex 

Horgan Patrick, laborer, house 21 Becket 



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Home Moses P. music teacher, house 21 Daniels 

Horton Martha, house foot Gardner court 

Horton Mary, boards 48 Forrester 

Horton Nathaniel, currier, BufFum, house 22 do. 

Horton Nathaniel A. ( Foote <^ Horton), publishers Salem Ga- 
zette. 191 Essex, house 22 BufFum 

Horton Wm. C. clerk, 9 Front, house 12 Howard 

Hovey Hannah B. widow, house 5 Hardy 

Hovey Samuel, painter, house 22 Northey 

Hovey Susanna, house 12 Winter 

Hovey Thomas, mason, house 12 Winter 

Howard David R. shoemaker, house 10 Warren 

Howard Dorcas, widow, house 14 Park 

Howard Henry, house 77 Bridge 

Howard John, carpenter, house 30 Williams 

Howard John Mrs. house 2 Winter [17 Cedar 

Howard John C. ship chandlery and ship stores, 135 Derby, h. 

Howard William R. house 2 Winter 

Howarth John, soap manufacturer, house 14 Lynde 

Howe Edward, laborer, house 28 Peabody 

Howe Israel T. captain, house 2 Bentley :.•...' 

Howe Samuel B. merchant, house 15 Chestnut 

Hoyer Edward P. mariner, house 19 Daniels 

Hoyt Charles C. 24 Front, boards 17 Winthrop 

Hoyt Edwin A. teamster, house 30 Hathorne 

Hoyt Erastus, teamster. Central, cor. Front, house 34 Essex 

Hoyt George R. carpenter, house 28 Harbor 

Hoyt Ichabod R. ship builder, house 28 Harbor 

Hubbard J. Geo. gaiter boot manafac'r, 238 Essex, h. 238^ do. 

Hubbard Mary, house 369 Essex 

Hubon Henry & H. G. coffin warehouse, 48 Washington, house 
48 Charter 

Hubon Henry G. (H. &; H. G. Hubon), house 50 Charter 

Hubon S. Frederick, carpenter, house 7 Jeffrey court 

Huddell William, laborer, house 18 Conant 

Hughes James, laborer, house rear East Webb 

Hunt Alice, widow, house 48 Forrester 

Hunt Frederick at gum copal works, house 12 Becket 

Hunt John D. house 57 Federal 

Hunt Joseph Mrs. house 19 Church 

Hunt Mary Mrs. house 54 Charter 

Hunt Thomas, merchant, house Bridge, cor. Pearl . 

Hunt William, merchant, 16 Asiatic building, house 1 Brown 

Huntington Asahel, clerk of the courts, Court House, house 
35 Chestnut 

Huntoon F. W. L. 173 Essex, house 28 Pleasant 

Huntress Darling, teamster, house 50 Harbor 

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Hurd Thomas, stonemason, house 24 Hathorne 

Hurd William H. mason, boards 199 Bridge 

Hurd William W. dentist, 251 Essex, boards 4 Barton square 

Hurley Cornelius, blacksmith, house 41 Union 

Hurley David, laborer, house 7 English 

Hurley Elizabeth, widow, house Tucker's wharf 

Hurley James, laborer, house 4 Elm 

Hurley John, currier, bouse Beaver court 

Hurley John, currier, house Beaver 

Hurley John, laborer, house 19 Rubber Factory 

Hurley Thomas, laborer, house 17 Harbor 

Hurst George, mariner, house 16 High 

Huse John, currier, 59 Boston, house 171 Federal 

Hussey George B. coachman at Essex House, house 24 Harbor 

Hussey Robert, captain, house 7 Orange 

Hutchings Augustus (Harris &; H.J, house rear 59 North 

Hutchings Charles W. shoemaker, house Union place 

Hutchinson Benjamin, mariner, house 96 Bridge 

Hutchinson Charles E. machinist, house 83 Summer 

Hutchinson George, mariner, house 30 Turner 

Hutchinson George C. (Cal.), house 30 Turner 

Hutchinson John I. bookkeeper Mercantile Bank, h. 96 Bridge 

Hutchinson J. Leonard, cabinetmaker, house 28 Williams 

Hutchinson Mary Mrs. house 147 Bridge 

Hutchinson Samuel, captain, house 96 Bridge 

Hutchinson Samuel jr. captain, house 52 Bridge 

Hutchinson Thomas, cabinetmaker, 112 Essex, h. 28 Williams' 

Hutchinson Thomas J. job printer, 175^ Essex, h. 20 Crombie 

IDE EDWIN R. carpetings and dry goods, 223 Essex, house 

12 Mason 
Ingalls Collins Mrs. house 14 Prescott 
Ingalls Elizabeth, widow, house 68 Essex 
Ingalls Ira Mrs. house 29 Buffum 
Ingalls Ira F. currier, 13 Beach, house 12 do, 
Ingalls Mary Mrs. house 7 Pratt 
Ingalls Mary Mrs. house 66 Mill 
Ingalls Wilson H. carpenter, house 84 Mill 
IngersoU David Mrs. house 4 Lynde 
Ingersoll Elizabeth Mrs. house 57 Charter 
IngersoU Nathaniel Mrs. house 77^ Bridge 
Ingersoll Nathaniel, captain, house 77^ Bridge 
Ingersoll Susan Miss, h(<use 34 Turner 
Innis John, shoemaker, house 106 Essex 

Innis John A. newspaper and book agent, house 18 Beckford 
Ireland Isaac M, blacksmith, house 99 Mill 



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I Ireland Mary Mrs. house 4 Xorth Pine 

'Ireland William A. clerk, 21-i Essex, house 4 North Pine 

1 Irving H, Herbert, 173 Essex, boards 50 Charter 

llsackson Sarah Mrs. nurse, house 21 Becket 

tishmail Nancy, widow, house 16 School 

Ives David P. fancy goods, 83 Milk (B ), house 47 Summer 

Ives (Hc7iry P.) & Smith (A. A.), bookstore and bindery, 230 
and 232 Essex, house 80 Lafayette 

Ives J. M. house 17 Pickman [sex, house 54 Mill 

Ives John S. 8c. Co. boolcs, stationery and fancy goods, 281 Es- 

Ives Mary Miss, house 368 Essex 

Ives Stephen B. merchant, 83 Milk (B.), house 26 Brown 

Ives (Stephen B.jr.) & Peabody (J. B.J, counsellors, 226^ Es- 
sex, house rear 26 Brown 

Ives William ct Co. (George W. Pease), printers and publishers 
Salem Observer, 226^ Essex, house 390 do. 

JACKMAN NATHANIEL C. house 22 Andrew 

Jackman Nathaniel M. printer (B.), house 327 Essex 

Jackson Andrew, mariner, house 47 Federal 

Jackson Elizabeth, tailoress, house 20 Oliver 

Jackson John, lastmaker, house Green place 

Jackson Nancy, tailoress, house 20 Oliver 

Jackson Thomas, engineer, house 16 Nursery 

Jackson William H. "merchant, 17 Doane (B.), h. 93 Lafayette 

Jaques Bridget, widow, house 28 Ward 

Jameson Mary Mrs. house bo North 

James Clark W. captain, house 90 Essex 

Janes Joshua, shoemaker, house 19 Winthrop 

Janes Andrew, tanner, boards rear Salem turnpike 

Janes Lydia, house rear Salem turnpike 

Janes Edwin, shoemaker, 5 Carlton, house 49 St. Peter 

Janes Sarah Mrs. house 16 High 

Janes Jo-shua B. carpenter, house 19 Winthrop - . . " 

Jarvis William, mariner, house 13 Ward _ • 

Jeffs A. Perry, shoemaker, house 3 Mechanic 

Jetfs James M. shoemaker, house Laboratory 

Jeffs Tristram C. shoemaker, house 16 Beach 

Jetterds George, laborer, house 182 Federal 

Jeffrey John, teamster, house 11 School 

Jelly Charles, hackman, house 22 Crombie 

Jelly Charles H. baker, hous^e 7 Pratt ' ' . ' 

Jelly John A. mariner, house 36 St. P,eter 

Jelly Lizzie A. teacher, boards 10 Beckford 

Jelly Samuel S. cahdriver, house 3 Winter [10 Beckford 

Jelly William, agent and collector Aqueduct Co 2 Sewall, h. 

Jelly William H. house 56 Forrester 



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Jelly William F. mariner, house 36 St. Peter 

Jenkins Aaron', musician, house 84 North 

Jenkins Edward C. Mrs. house 84 North 

Jenks Charles A. shipwright, house 30 Harbor 

Jenks Elias Mrs. house 30 Harbor 

Jenks Ellen L. milliner, house 30 Harbor 

Jenks Henry E. deputy collector Custom House, h. 94 Essex 

Jenks Sarah E. H. teacher, house 30 Harbor 

Jerome N. H. teacher of French, 243^ Essex, h. 77 Lafayette 

Jewell Benjamin, laborer, house 17 North court 

Jewett Daniel H. wood agent E. R. R. house 61 Charter 

Jewett George B. Rev. house 5 River 

Jewett John (Prime, Kenny ^ Co.), house 24 "Winter 

Jewett Thomas S. house 45 St. Peter 

Jocelyn Henry E. (Adams, Richardson ^ Co.), h. 22 Norman 

Jocelyn Mary E. teacher, house 22 Norman 

Johnson Daniel H. ship broker, house 10 North 

Johnson Daniel H. jr. clerk (B ), house 10 North 

Johnson Emery Mrs. house 362 Essex 

Johnson Emery S. captain, house 360 Essex 

Johnson Frederick, mariner, house 76 Mill 

Johnson Henry D. salesman (B.), house 10 North 

Johnson Henry L. captain, house 3 Spring 

Johnson Lydia Mrs. house 31 Boston 

Johnson Nicholas, mariner, house 31 Harbor 

Johnson Peter, mariner, house 17 Pond 

Johnson Samuel, physician, house 14 Brown 

Johnson Samuel jr. Rev. house 14 Brown 

Johnson Thomas H. clerk, 27 Washington, bds. at Danversport 

Johnson WiUiam Mrs. house 84 Bridge 

Johnson William B. clerk, house 84 IBridge 

Johnson William Henry, bookkeeper (B.), house 98 Essex 

Jones (Abby B.) & Callahan fC), millinery and dress makinc. 

169 Essex, house 6 High 
Jones Eleanor Mrs. house 14 Porter 
Jones George W. (Cal.), house 26 Liberty 
Jones George W. card box maker, house foot Leach 
Jones I. Ruthven, apothecary, 138 Derby, house 135 Essex 
Jones John S. (Dodye &; J.), Peirce's wharf, house 29 Broad 
Jones Owen, house 18 Chestnut 
Jones Reuben, engineer E. R. R. house 6 High 
Jones Samuel G. tailor, 177 Essex, house 16 Howard 
Jones William, house and ship carpenter, 171 Derby house 26 

Liberty 
Jones Wilham F. sawyer. City Mills, house 49 Endicott 
Joplin William, shoemaker, house 61 Summer 
Jordan Allen, b oarding house, 9 Higginson square 



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Jordan C. C. mesmeric and botanic physician, 15 Lafayette 
; Jordan George W. shoemaker, boards 13-5 North 
j Jord-in Hannah Mrs. house 135 North 
I Jordan James, shoemaker, house 19 Daniels 
I Jordan Michael, shoemaker, house 4 Elm 
! Jordan Nancy, widow, house 10 Paniels 
i Joseph Thomas, mariner, house Pulfrey court 

Josselyn Lewis, surveyor. Custom House, house at Lynn 
! Joye Joseph, shoemaker, house 129 North 
I Judkins Edward H. shoemaker, house 171 Boston 
! Julio William T. captain, house 38 Lafayette 

Juniford John, mariner, house 19 "Webb 

Just Philibert, carver, house 13 Williams 

KALORAN LUKE, currier, house rear 95 Boston 

Kane Charles, laborer, house rear 3 Pingree 

Kane Michael, operative, boards 8 Prince 

Kane Thomas, laborer, house 22 Congress 

Kaohan Lawrence, laborer, house 6 Elm 

Keating Edward, tanner, Grove, near Railroad, house Grove 

Keazer W.Augustus, currier, house Warren street court 

Keefe John, currier, house Grove 

Keefe Patrick, laborer, house 10 Herbert 

Keefe Timothy, tanner, house end of Beaver court 

Kehew Aaron, ropemaker, house 24 North 

Kehew Aaron Augustus, carpenter, house 114 Bridge 

Kehew Aaron jr. Mrs. house 114 Bridge 
I Kehew Charles, laborer, house Barton 
I Kehew George L. painter, house 16 Lemon 
j Kehew John, brass founder, house 19 Becket 
I Kehew John H. cooper, house 19 St. Peter 

Kehew Joseph C. carpenter, house 114 Bridge 

Kehew Samuel, cooper, 47 Union, house 11 Herbert 

Kehew Samuel B. (Davis i^ K.), house 23 Hardy 
I Kehew William B. mason, house 24 North 
I Kehew William H. watchmaker, 230 Essex, h. 13 Winthrop 
■ Kehrhahn , musician, house 66 North 

Keith Jeremiah, currier, house rear 93 Boston 

Keith Mary, widow, house 10 River 
[ Keith Nathaniel C. painter, house 7 Elm 

Kelley Andrew, currier, house Adams 

Kelley Ann Mrs. house 170 Federal 

Kelley Charles, gardener, boards 64 Harbor 

Kelley James (Qiiinn A- K.), house 4 Mason 

Kelley James, tailor, house 4 Mason 

Kelley James, currier, house rear 91 Boston 

Kelley James, carpenter, house 77 Mason 



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Kelley James H. mariner, house 15 Brown 
Kelley John, boarding house, 64 Harbor 
Kelley John, currier, hoiise near Liberty Hill 
Kelley John, laborer, house 26 Mill 

Kelley Jonathan D. farmer, house Lynn road, near Lafayette 
Kelley Michael, laborer, house 21 Becket 
Kelley Michael, laborer, house 13 Upham 
Kelley Nathaniel, farmer, house Lynn road, near Lafayette 
Kelley Patrick, laborer, house 49 Harbor 
Kelley Peter, stonemason, house 28 Congress 
Kelley Samuel, painter, house 11 Rust 
Kelley Stephen, gardener, at the Derby farm 
Kelley Thomas, shoemaker, house 3 English 
[Kelley Thomas, currier, house 383 Essex 
Kelley Timothy, laborer, house rear 39 North 
Kelley William, dentist, boards 1 Ward 
iKelley William, laborer, house 26 Peabody 
jKelman William W. livery stable, Church, cor. Washington, 
j house 181 Bridge 
Kelsey Albert, tanner, house 1 Downing 
Kelsey Isaac, mariner, house Pratt 

iKemp Samuel, sailmaker, head Peabody 's wharf, h. 102 Bridge 
'Kendall Alvah, stairbuilder, house 11 Hathorne 
Kennedy Cornelius, laborer, house 9 Allen 
Kennedy Elbridge, tanner, BufFum, house Grove 
Kennedy John, laborer, house rear 19 Daniels 
Kennedy Samuel Mrs. house 18 Norman 
Kennedy Samuel, captain, 18 Norman 
Kenney Alanson, house 1 Salem 
Kenney Cacobey, cracker dealer, house 24 Becket 
Kenney Emily, widow, house 8 North court 
Kenney Francis, oyster saloon, 5 Derby square, house 3 Elm 
Kenney George, blacksmith, house 59 Warren 
Kenney James, mariner, house 20 Charter 
Kenney William, tanner, rear May, house 421 Essex 
Kenny George W. machinist, house 77 Mill 
Kenny JonaUian Mrs. house 82 Mill 

Kenny Jonathan A. (Prime, Kenny S^ Co.), house 8 Pond 
Kerby Thomas, shoemaker, boards 7 Charter 
Kervin John, currier, house 15 Rust 
Key James, currier, house Salem turnpike 
Keyes Michael, house 409 Essex 

Kezar Charles H. gaiter boot maker, house 4 St. Peter court 
Kezar George L. baker, house 9 Walnut 
Kezar Sarah B. widow, house 4 St. Peter court 
Kiely Bartholomew, laborer, house 5 Gerrish place 



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Kiely Michael, laborer, house o-i Derby I 

Kilbride Daniel, pe(!dler, house rear 19 Daniels ; 

^Kilby Christopher Mrs. house 20 Liberty j 

Kilham Elizabeth, widow, house 2o Pickman ' 

Kilhara Sylvester, sup't Union Bridge, 62 Union, h. 45 Charter I 
Kilham William G. trader, house 45 Charter 
Kilman John, mariner, house 28 Essex 
Kilmart Hug4i, currier, house 161 Boston 
Kimball Adam W, 2 '9 Essex, house 10 Charter 
Kimball Alfred, assistant clerk Court House, h. at Ipswich 
Kimball Alfred M. shoe manufacturer, house 21 North 
Kimball Catharine Mrs. house 39 Beckford 
Kimball Charles, office 27 Washington, house Ipswich 
Kimball Charles A. boards at Ebenezer D. Kimball's 
Kimball David B. law student, 27 Washington, h. at Ipswich 
Kimball David C. druggist (B.), house 123 Essex 
Kimball Dorcas Mrs. boarding house, 21 North 
Kimball Ebenezer D. jailer, house at the jail^St. Peter 
Kimball Eben W, counsellor, 214 Essex, house 315 do. 
Kimball Edward D. merch. 145 Essex, h. Pleasant, c. Andrew 
Kimball Emeline R. teacher, boards 30 Beckford 
Kimball Elizabeth, milliner, boards 30 Beckford 
Kimball George, printer, house 30 Pleasant 
Kimball George S. painter, boards 1 Harbor 
Kimball Jacob, mariner, house 9 Salem 

Kimball James, chair manufacturer. 111 Essex, house 127 do. 
Kimball James P. house 127 Essex 
Kimball James S. captain, house 14 Pickman 

I Kimball James W. clerk, house 14 Pickman 

i Kimball John, sailmaker, house 14 Federal 

; Kimball John, calker and graver, house 9 Salem 
Kimball John S. house 12 Pickman 
Kimball Jonathan C. carpenter, house 29 Pleasant 
Kimball Joseph, mariner, house 13 Curtis 

I Kimball Joseph, mariner, house 15 Dearborn 

[ Kimball Joseph A. calker, boards 9 Salem 

I Kimball Judith Mrs. house 4 Palfrey court 

I Kimball (Mark) & Skerry (Robert J, painters, 139 Derby, house 
1 Harbor 

1 Kimball Mary Mrs. house 15 Whittemore j 

I Kimball Mary K. teacher, house 30 Beckford | 

Kimball Nathaniel, carpenter, house 6 Curtis 

I Kimball Nathaniel A. merch. 145 Essex, h^ Pleasant, c. Andrew! 

j Kimball Samuel T. f Henderson i5c K.J, house 16 Pickman / 

j Kimball Sarah, widow, house 23 North j 

i Kimball S ^rah S. S. Mrs. house 19 Winter 1 

(Kimball Thomas, mariner, house 14 Pickman \ 



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Kimball William, hats, caps, &c. 209 Essex, house 10 Charter 

Kimball William jr. 209 Essex, house 26 Hardy 

Kimball Woodbury, currier, boards Union place 

King Charles, weaver, house 58 Mill 

King Edward, hostler, house 10 Ward 

King Elizabeth, house 85 Essex 

King Hannah H. house 85 Essex 

King Henry Mrs. house 389 Essex 

King Henry F. captain, house 389 Essex 

King James, wharfinger, Derby wharf, house 34 Harbor 

King James, mariner, house High street court 

King James B. captain, house 47 Lafayette 

King John, laborer, house 1 High street court | 

King John, laborer, house 18 Odell square i 

King John G. counsellor, 235 Essex, house 258 do. j 

King John Gallison, counsellor, 27 State (B,), h. 258 Essex | 

King Priscilla, widow, house 21 Bccket 

Kingman Martha, teacher in Norman School, b. 183 Bridge 

Kingsley George W, baker, house 53 Summer ! 

Kingsley John, mariner, house 14 Turner | 

Kingsley Thomas P. cooper, house 11 Gedney court 

Kinsley George W. hair dresser, 18 Front, boards 11 Gedney ct 

Kinsman John C. house 7 Sp Jng 

Kinsman Joseph, shoemaker, house 31 Williams 

Kinsman Joshua Mrs. house 22 Brown 

Kinsman Nathaniel J. captain, house 22 Brown 

Kinsman Rebecca C. Mrs. house 24 Church j 

Kinsman (Samuel) & Clough ( Robert P.J, curriers, 14 Franklin, 1 

house 98 North 
Kirby Edward, house 3 Church 
Kirby Timothy, laborer, house rear 24 High 
Kirk James F. refreshments, 2 Washington, house do. 
Kiskalt Maurice, baker, boards 1 Mechanic ' [ 

Knapp Isaac, captain, house 5 Woodbury court j 

Knapp Isaac N. shoemaker, house 17 Webb 
Knapp J. J. Mrs. house 85 Essex ' 

Knight Albert, baggage master E. R. R. house 13 Salem \ 

Knight Anna Mrs. tailoress, house 7 Cross j 

Knight Benjamin, house 6 Cross j 

Knight Edward H. clerk, Phillips wharf, house 90 Mill ! 

Knight Elizabeth P. nurse, house 6 Ash i 

Knight Foster, provisions, 44 and 46 North, house 62 do. I 

Knight George N. shoemaker, house 19 Briggs j 

Knight Jeremiah, shoemaker, house 4 Nursery 
Knight John, laborer, house 10 Barton ' I 

Knight Joseph F. currier, house 60 North I 

Knight Mehitable Mrs. house 40 St. Peter ! 



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Knight Misses, fancy goods, 5 Pleasant, house do. ■. 

Knight Nathaniel, laborer, house 13 Whittemore i 

Knight Samuel, laborer, house 40 St. Peter ! 

Knight Sally, widow, house 60 North ! 

Knight WilUrd, grocer, oo Harbor, house 53 do. 
Knight AVilli^m, shoemaker, 25 North, house 6 River 
Knowlton George, blacksmith, house 53 Charter 
Knowlton Sarah, widow, house 16 Summer 
Knowlton Sargent, cabinet maker, house 42 Bridge 
Knox Rebecca Mrs. house rear 41 Derby 
Knox William, seaman, boards rear 41 Derby 
Kyle Cornelius, laborer, house rear 24 Northey 
Kyle Robert, shoemaker, house 9 Prince 

LABREE EUNICE Mrs. house Dodge 

Ladd Daniel W. clerk, 205 Essex, house 19 Creek 

Ladd Mary Mrs. house 5 Gedney court 

Lahey Jeremiah, laborer, house 17 Harbor 

Lakeman Eben K. jeweller, 180 Essex, house 12 Elm 

Lakeman Lucinda, dressmaker, house 57 Washington 

Lakeman Nathan, currier, house 140 Boston 

Lamb Mary Ann Mrs. house 12 Broad 

Lambert Henry L. clerk Custom House, house 224 Derby 

Lambert John, captain, house 22 Hathorne 

Lambert Laura, house 110 Essex 

Lambert Porter, tanner, house 4 Howard 

Lamson Asa, house 104 Federal 

Lamson Asa jr. grocer. Bridge, cor. Northey, house 4 Northey 

Lanlson Charles, watchmaker, 234 Essex, house 5 Northey 

Lamson Eliza, widow, house 19 Winthrop 

Lamson Frederick, apothecary, house 4 Northey 

Lancaster J. Frederick, printer, boards Lemon court 

Lander Benjamin Mrs. house 10 Saunders 

Lander Benjamin W. printer, 8 Derby square, h. '10 Saunders 

Lander Edward, merchant, house 5 Summer 

Lander Elizabeth Mrs. house 12 Carpenter 

Lander E. Warren, baker, boards 416 Essex 

Lander Joseph Mrs. house 87 Boston 

Lander Mary Mrs. house 23 Summer 

Lander Michael, laborer, house rear 8 Whittemore 

Lander William W, mariner, house 14 Briggs 

Landergan Edmund, currier, house Grove 

Landergan James, laborer, house 9 Ropes 

Landergan John, currier, house Grove 

Landergan Thomas, laborer, house rear 67 Mason 

Lane Edward B. sailmaker, 57 Union, house 12 do. 

Lane Henry J. shoemaker, house 58 Endicott 



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Lane Lewis, mariner, house. 46 Harbor 

[Lane Nicholas, cabinet maker, house 46 Charter [49 Lafayette 
Lang Benjamin, piano tuner and music teacher, 157 Essex, h. 
[Lang Daniel, house 8 Creek 
JLang Elizabeth, house lo3 Federal 
jLatigdell Mary, widow, house 30 Williams 
Langley Jeremiah D. shoemaker, house 3 Dow 
[Langniaid Alfred A. engineer, house 1 Downing 
jLangmaid Elizabeth, widow, house 160 Bridge 
Langmaid George W. shoemaker, boards 17 Dearborn 
Langmaid John P. steam planer, house 61 Charter 
Lanphere Joseph, laborer, house Aborn 
Larrabee Benj. F. periodicals ani papers, house 8 Peabody 
Larrabee Charles W. shoemaker, house 6 N. Pine ^^ [March 
Larrabee Ebeu L. shoemaker and city weigher. Bridge, house 14 
Larrabee Edward W. shoemaker, boards 12 Lynn 
Larrabee Elias C. ice dealer, house 14 March 
Larrabee Elias H. morocco dresser, house rear 9 Ab^rn 
Larrabee George B. shoemaker, house above Osgood 
Larrabee Henry A. shoemaker, house 8 Beckford 
Larrabee Joseph N. shoemaker, boards 12 Lynn 
Larrabee Judith Mrs. house 2 Cross 

Larrabee Samuel F. clerk, 42 Washington, b. 15 Cambridge 
Larrabee Samuel H. at Court House, house 15 Cambridge 
Larrabee Somers N. shoe manufacturer, Beach, h. 12 Lynn 
Larrabee William, shoemaker, house above Osgood 
Laskey Esther Mrs. tailoress, house 57 Charter 
Laskey John, tobacconist, 47 Mill, house do. 
Laskey M. E. dressmaker, house 45 Mill 
Lassan Peter, captain, house 7 Becket 
Laughlin Lydia Ann, nurse, house 7 Turner 
Lavers Richard, boards Wm. Batchelder's, Lafayette ct. 
Law George D. shoemaker, 12 Norman, house do. 
Lawless Timothy, shoemaker, house 4 Barton 
Lawrence Charles, mariner, house 34 Essex 
Lawrence Daniel S. {Hatch &; L.), house 19 Carlton 
Lawrence George, mason, house 42 Endicott 
Lawrence John, laborer, house 140 Bridge 
Lawrence Joseph, Custom House, house 24 Derby 
Liwrence Julia, widow, house Mason Hill 
Lawrence Lewis, w^atchraan, Phillips wharf, house 35 Derby 
Lawrence Lewis jr. cooper, house 19 Becket 
Lawrence Maria, widow, house rear 8 High 
Leach Sarah MiS. house 37 Chestnut 
Learock John M. shoemaker, house 22 Derby 
Lears Daniel, laborer, house 26 Peabody 
Leary Dennis, laborer, house 58 Mason 



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Leary Jerry, laborer, house 21 High 

Leary John, currier, house 62 Mason - 

Leary John, laborer, house 25 Ward 

Leary Timothy, laborer, house Grove 

Leary Timothy, currier, house 68 Mason 

Leavitt Charles M. clerk, (B.), boards at Essex House 

Leavitt Eunice Mrs. house 14 Walnut 

Leavitt Karon D. carpenter, 29 Liberty, house 27 Norman 

Lea\itt Joseph H. clerk, Essex House, 176 Essex 

Leavitt Joseph S. proprietor Essex House, 176 Essex 

Leavitt f Walter) & Dennis (D.J, carpenters,, 10 Lafayette, h. 
79 North [Picknian, corner Milk 

Leavitt William, teacher of navigation, 71 Forrester, house 

Lecraw Benjamin P. mariner, house 37 North 

Ledgar Zachariah, currier, house 80 Boston 
: Lee Dorcas, widow, house 15 Dean 
i Lee George, saloon, 14^ Derby square, house 89 Essex 

Lee George C. house 14 Chestnut 

Lee George W. boots and shoes, 148 Essex, house 4 Federal 
; Lee John C. 40 State (B.), house 14 Chestnut 
' Lee Joseph L. at Hanson's Steam Mill, house 9 Barr 
I Lee Lois Mrs. house 3 Elm 
i Lee Mary, widow, house 66 Bridge 
i Lee Mary E. dressmaker, house 3 Elm 
j Lee Nicholas, laborer, house 140 Bridge 
1 Leech William, dealer in boats, 205 Derby, h. 25 Turner 
j Leeds George Rev. house 78 Bridge 
j Leeds George W. house 41 Warren 
I Lefavour John, house 15 Oliver 

Lefavour John S. shoemaker, house 8 Hathorne 

Lefavour John W., Suffolk Bank (B.), house 10 Barton square 

Lefavour Joseph Mrs. house 23 Pleasant 

Lefavour Mary, house 18 Williams 

Lefavour Mary Ann, tailoress, house 80 North 

Lefavour Samuel H. mar'ner, house 14 Winter 

Lefavour Thomas H. house 91 Bridge 

Lefavour William, mariner, house 22 Williams 

Legrand Charles A. mariner, house 12 Daniels 

Leighton Edward, conductor E. R. R. house 53 Lafayette 

Lemasney Thomas, laborer, house 10 Rubber Factory, Ward 

Lemon Elizabeth Mrs. house 100 Boston 

Lemon James B. tanner, boards lOO Boston 

Lendall Jacob, cabinet maker, house 16 Flint 

Lendholm Frederick, captain, house 82 Essex 

Lenehey William, laborer, house 7 Ward 

Lenox Patrick, currier, house rear Aborn 

Lewis Dana Mrs. house 20 Winter 



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Lewis Daniel S. shoemaker, house 4 Leach 

Lewis Eliza M. seamstress, house 53 Derby 
j Lewis George A. carpenter, house 3 March 

Lewis Lydia C. Mrs, house Laboratory 

Lewis Samuel, shipwright, house l4 Ward 

Lewis Samuel, restaurant, 18 Beach 

Lewis William, laborer, house 20 Carlton 

Libby John F. clerk, house rear 95 Boston 

Lillis Owen, laborer, house 2 High street court 

Lindegaard James C. mariner, house rear 8 Carpenter 

Lindsey Richard, agent M. P. Union Store, 25 Lafayette, house 
4 Broad 

Linehan Jeremiah, laborer, house 12 Park 

Linehan John, shoemaker, house 25 Peabody 

Linehan John, laborer, house 5 Gerrish place 

Ling Elizabeth, widow, house 130 Federal 

Little Catharine W. Mrs. house 344 Essex . • 

Little John, laborer, house 36 Mill 

Little Michael, laborer, house 20 River 

Littlefield Daniel, shoemaker, house Sherry 

Littlefield Dependence, shoemaker, 3 North, h. 310 Essex 

Littlefield Hannah Mrs. nurse, 4 North Pine 

Littlefield Moses H. carpenter, house 22 Mechanic 

Littlefield Pektiah, currier, house Albion 

Lloyd William H. pilot, house 17 Derby 

Locke Milton, carpenter, house 18 Ash 

Lockwood Charles M. shoemaker, house 6 English 

Logue Joseph, teamster, house 98 Derby 

Lombard James, trader, house 12 Harbor 

Lombard Joanna C. widow, house 39 Essex 

Lombard Thomas P. mariner, boards 39 Essex 

Long Charles W, carriage maker, 25 Beach, h. 173 Federal 

Looby Jeremiah, laborer, house 10 Beaver 

Loiiby Patrick, currier, 91 Mason, house 6 Beach 

Looby Thomas, house i05 Mason, near Grove 

Lord Andrew & D. marble and grave stone manufacturers. 

Market wharf, house 12 Odell square 
[Lord Andrew H. marble worker, 11 St. Peter, h. 46 Federal 

Lord Calvin S., Market House, house at South Danvers 

Lord Charles A. captain, house 60 North 

Lord Charles H. shoemaker, 52 Endicott 

Lord Daniel, carpenter, house 72 Essex 

Lord Daniel fA. ^ D. Lord), house 195 Bridge 

Lord Daniel A. tanner, house 51 Warren 

Lord Daniel B. carpenter, house 24 Howard 

Lord Daniel P. baker, boards 21 Essex 

Lord Daniel W. stonecutter, boards 15 Whittemore 



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Lord David A. blacksmith, boards 34 Mill 

Lord David Mrs. house 27 Pleasaiit 

Lord Elizabeth, teacher, house 27 Pleasant 

Lord Emeline, teacher private school, house 27 Pleasant 

Lord Ephraim, tailor, house Union place 

Lord Francis, tanner, house 180 Federal ■ ' 

Lord George C. architect, boards 12 Odell square ' 

Lord George E. mariner, house 27 Pleasant 

Lord George F. salesman (B.), boards 195 Bridge 

Lord Harriet N. teacher, house 27 Pleasant 

Lord Henry, currier, boards 5 May 

Lord John B. carpenter, house 9 Spring 

Lord James, tanner, rear 180 Federal, house 180 do. 

Lord James A. tanner, Pope's court, house 188 Federal 

Lord Joseph B. mariner, house 27 Pleasant 

Lord jMichael, captain, house 173 Federal 

Lord Nancy D. tailore&s, house 72 Essex 

Lord Nathaniel J. counsellor, 194 Essex, house 6 Lynde 

Lord Otis P. counsellor, 27 Washington, house 6 Lynde 

Lorene Philip, mariner, house 29 Derby 

Lorigan Patrick, cuirier, 10 Lynn 

Lorigan Thomas, laborer, house 13 Lynn [80 Summer 

Loring Edward D. coach and chaise maker. West place, house 

Loring Gayton P. merchant (B.), house o'^O Essex 

Loring George B. postmaster, house 312 Essex 

Loring Joshua, coachmaker. West place, house 55 Federal 

Loud Noah, sparmaker (B.), house 9 Mason 

Lovejoy John, carpenter, 108 Essex, house 40 do. 

Lovering Lydia Mrs. carpet maker, house 14 Federal 

Lovett John L. carpenter, house 6 Whittemore 

Low Aaron T. CAverell l^ L.j, house 79 Boston 

Low Anna M. Miss, boards 6 Federal court «<■• .■ 

Low Edward A. ropemaker, house 14 Endicott - ■ 

Low Eliza Miss, boards 6 Federal court 

Low Gideon, (Cal.) house Phelps court 

Low Hannah, house 9 Gedney court • - >• 

Low Richard, cooper, house 9 Gedney court 

LoAvd David, tanner, house 12 Hathorne ' 

Lowd David jr. currier, boards 12 Hathorne 

Lowd Joseph, currier, boards 12 Hathorne 

Lowd Mark, painter, 8 North, house opposite 16 BuSum 

Lowe C/harles Rev. boards 5 Boston square 

Lucas Sarah H. Mrs. house 2 Winthrop 

Lucey Michael, laborer, house Mason Hill 

Lull John E. laborer, house rear 6 Church 

Lummus John, clerk, 22 Central, boards 34 Charter 

Lundagan Patrick, laborer, house 153 Bridge 



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Lundagan Thomas, laborer, house 153 Bridge 

Lundergan William, laborer, house 53 St. Peter 

Lundgreen James, mariner, house 6 Webb 

Lundgren Peter, laborer, house 23 Essex 

Lunt William J. shoemaker, house 18 Barr 

Luscomb Augustus F. mariner, boards 39 Lafayette 

Luscomb Charles B. clothing, 21 Washington, h. 30 Winthrop 

Luscomb George, shoemaker, house 3 Dow 

Luscomb George, cooper, house 57 Harbor 

Luscomb Harriet A. teacher, boards 41 Lafayette 

Luscomb Henry, mariner, house 39 Lafayette 
i Luscomb Henry jr. shoemaker, house rear 23 Cedar 
j Luscomb John C. mariner, house 8 Northey 

Luscomb John G. jeweller, 162 Essex, house 24 Lafayette 

Luscomb Joseph W. captain, house 4 Conant 
j Luscomb Mary Mrs. house 74 Mill 
; Luscomb William, shoemaker, house rear 6 Church 
I Luscomb William, shoemaker, house 78 North 

Luscomb William F. carpenter, boards 8 Northey [Lafayette 
i Luscomb William H. sign and fancy painting, 341 Essex, h. 41 
I Luscomb Wm, H. shoemaker, house Adams 
j Lyford Francis W. cooper, house 13 English 
i Lynch Dennis, dry goods, 94 Derby, house do. 
! Lynch John, laborer, house 2 Tucker's wharf 
j Lynch Joseph, currier, house 148 Boston 
i Lynch Michael, house 11 Charter 
I Lynch Patrick, umbrella maker, house 90 Derby 
I Lynch William, peddler, house 16 Congress 
jLynn Matthew, laborer, house 8 Peabody 
iLynn Patrick, laborer, house 10 Herbert 
I Lyons Humphrey, gum copal works, boards 14 Daniels 
j Lyons Jeremiah, laborer, house 14 Daniels 

Lyons John, gum copal worker, boards 14 Daniels 

MACK LYDIA Mrs. house at Oliver Holmes's 
Mack Thomas, mason, house rear Adams 
Mack William, physician, house 21 Chestnvit 
Mackie John, upholsterer, 7 Washington, house 80 Mill 
Mackintire John, jeweller, 10 Central, house 74 Essex 
Mackintire Samuel, sec'y Working Men's Loan and Fund Corp. 
18 Asiati* block, house 7 Carlton [Dearborn 

Mackintire Samuel A. insurance agent, 27 Wash. h. Dodge, n. 
Machintosh Laura A. house 13 Ash 
Madison Daniel, machinist, house 1 Gardner 
Madison John, captain, house 22 Charter 
Madison John H. clerk Nauuikeag Bank, boards 22 Charter 
Madison Mary, widow, house 64 Mill 



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: Maffitt Octave J. baker, boards 1 Mechanic 

! Magner James, laborer, house rear East Webb 

' Magoun Thomas, shipwright and calker, house 28 Derby 

Magoun Thomas H. mariner, house 3 Spring 
I Magner Timothy, laborer, house Aborn, near Boston 
I Magoun Wairen, mariner, house lo Hathorne 

Magoun Warren, mariner, house 8 Essex 
; Maguire Andrew, laborer, house rear 40 St. Peter 
; Maguire William, laborer, house 142 Bridge 
\ Mahar Michael, mariner, house 4 Parker's court 

Mahoney Andrew, laborer, house 2o Northey - 

Mahoney Daniel, laborer, house rear 19 Daniels 

Mahoney James, laborer, house 28 Congress 

Mahoney Jeremiah, currier, Pope's court, house 13 Boston 

Mahoney John, laborer, house Tucker's wharf 

Mahoney Michael, tailor, house rear 19 Daniels 

Mahoney Patrick, laborer, house 2 Parker's court 

Mahony Matthew, laborer, house Tucker's wharf 

Mahony Patrick, laborer, house 42 Union i^ - 

Mahony Patrick, gardener, house 200 Derby 

Mahony Thomas, waiter, house 24 High 

Mahony Timothy, laborer, house rear 89 Derby 
j Mallahly John, carpenter, house end Prospect ■• 

j Mallan Andrew, farmer, house rear Adams ; ■ 

j Malone Patrick, blacksmith, house rear 30 North 
I Maloney John, currier, house 407 Essex - • 

Malony Martin, currier, house 13 Rust : - ■ ' 

Maloon Abigail Mrs. house 81 Boston 

Maloon John W. tanner, house 81 Boston 

Maloon Nicholas, laborer, house 8 Turner 

Maloon fWilliafyi) & Harrington fJF?n. H.J, tanners, Good- 
hue, house School, cor. Tremont 

Manchester Albert J. principal PhiUips School, b. Essex House 

Mann Elizabeth N. private school, 190 Federal, boards 180 do. 

Mann James B. grocer, 40 Boston, house 42 do. 

Manning Charles H. weigher and ganger Custom House, house 
Phelps court 

Manning Daniel A. cabinet maker, house 14 Albion 

Manning Daniel C ( Sinith &; M.J, house 11 Central 

Manning Henry B. captain, house 4 Walnut 

Manning James, proprietor Merchant's News Room, Asiatic 
block, house 4 Daniels 

Manning Joseph, bootmaker, house 20 Mall ■ ; 

Manning Michael, stonemason, house 105 North 

Manning Otis T. mason, boards Flint, corner Warren 

Manning Patrick, currier, house Adams 

Manning Rebecca D. widow, house 33 Dearborn 



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Manning Richard, tailor, house 8 Aborn [Dearborn 

Manning Richaid C. (John Dike &: Co.), 183 Derby, house 33 

Manning Robert, nursery of fruit trees, house 33 Dearborn 

Manning Robert, mariner, house 4 Daniels 

Manning Thomas, laborer, house 5 Church 

Manning William, boards Mansion House 

IVlanning William S. boards 8 Aborn 

Mannigan Patrick, laborer, house 113 Boston 

Mansfield Benjamin S. painter, house 55 Mill 

Mansfield Charles, captain, house 62 Washington 

Mansfield Charles A. mariner, boards 82 Washington 

Mansfield Charles H. mason, boards 55 Mill 

Mansfield Daniel A. provisions, 33 Endicott, house 50 Mill 

Mansfield Daniel H, merchant and consul at Zanzibar, house 

Mansfield Elizabeth, widow, house East Webb [2 Broad 

Mansfield (George S.J & Cassino (J. T.), upholsterers, 50 

Washington, house 19 Harbor 
Mansfield Henry, shoemaker, house 13 St. Peter 
Mansfield Henry T. clerk, house 4 Rust 
Mansfield Ira, mason, house 3 Lagrange 
Mansfield John, switchman E. R. R. house 50 Mill 
Mansfield John R. shoemaker, house Nursery 
Mansfield John T. Mrs. house 76 Essex 
Mansfield Joseph, painter, 9 Layfette, house 21 Harbor 
Mansfield Lois Mrs. house 177 Bridge 

Mansfield Nancy & Freelove, dressmakers, house 13 Crombie 
Mansfield Nancy, boards 26 Federal 
Mansfield Nathaniel B. merchant, house 27 Broad 
Mansfield Stephen W. clerk (B.), house 76 Essex 
Mansfield William, constable and city messenger, house 55 Mill 
Mansfield William, candle maker, house 50 Mill 
Mansfield William D. clerk, boards 62 Washington 
Mansfield William R. D. mariner, house 55 Mill 
Marbray Abram W. clerk, house 1 Ropes 
Marbray Edward A. mariner, house 42 Bridge 
Marbray William H- mariner, hmise 42 Bridge 
Marden Joseph, carpenter, house 6 Endicott 
Marden Lemuel, carpenter, house 22 North 
Mardin Aaron, carpenter, house 97 Bridge 
Markoe Nancy, seamstress, house 39 Derby 
Markoe PhiUp Mrs. house 39 Derby 

Marks Benjamin N. dentist, 251 Essex, boards 9 Cambridge 
Marks John, fruit and groceries, 287 Essex, house 9 Cambridge 
Marks J. Louis, clerk, 165 Derby, house 325 Essex 
Marritt Joseph, tanner, house 155 Boston 
Marsh Thomas, mariner, house Aborn 
Marsden Charles H. mariner, house 24 Cedar 



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Marshall Charles G, tallow chandler, house Beaver 

Marshall Charles R. boiler, house 3 Pingree 

Marshall Daniel, captain, house 3 Federal 

Marshall Edward, seaman, house 98 Derby 

Marshall Hannah Mrs. upholsteress, house 101 Federal 

Marshall Harris H. carpenter, house 91 North 

Marshall Hesther, house 163 Boston 

Marshall Joseph, mason, house 13 Mount "Vernon 

Marshall Samuel, shoemaker, house 6-i Boston 

Marsins Dominick, seaman, house 24 Deiby 

Marston Daniel, house 7 Ash 

Marston George M. seaman, boards rear 218 Essex 

Marston Henry, gasfitter, 273 Essex, house 223 do. 

Marston Simon, watchman, house rear 218 Essex 

Marston Susan Mrs. house 17 River 

Marston Isabella T. house 15 Washington 

Martin Christopher, bootmaker, 1 Phoenix building, h. 7 Ward 

Martin Henry, carpenter, house 9 Turner 

Martin John N. & Co. (S. P. Floyd), fish market, 14 Front, 

house 5 Skerry 
Martin Lucy, house 100 Federal 
Martin Oliver, blacksmith, house 7 English 
Martin Susan Mrs. house 5 Harbor 

Martin WilUam P. currier, 35 Boston, house 159 Federal 
Mason Abigail Miss, house 2 Monroe 
Mason Ann M. house 2 Monroe 
Mason George R. apothecary, house 48 Charter 
Mason Henry, mariner, house 6 Becket 
Mason Henry K. house 7 Dean 
Mason Martha Mrs. house 27 Turner 
Massey Sally, widow, house l1 Central 
Masterson James, shoemaker, boards 26 Union 
Masury John, shipwright, house 9 Becket 
Masury Samuel R. merchant, boards Essex House 
Masury Thomas B. (Smith &; M.J, house 10 Church 
Mathews James, coachman, house 17 Flint 
Mathews John, mariner, house 13 Ward 
Mathews Richard, captain, house 1 Summer 
Matthews James, teamster, house 76 North 
Maxfield Benjamin, foreman oil factory, house 84 Mill 
Maxfield James, tanner, house 19 Boston 
Maxfield Joseph H, candle maker, house 75 Mill 
Maxfield Josiah, fireman, house 59 Derby 
Maxfield Martha Mrs. house 28 Chestnut 
Maxfield Thomas, house 16 Salem 
Maxon Hannah, widow, house 8 W^ebb 
Maxwell Silas, shoemaker, 13 Central, house 14 Park 



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May Calvin TV. furniture, 274 Essex, house 28 Lynde 
May George, shoemaker, boards 61 North 

Mayer Joseph, laces, hosiery, <!i'C. 154 Essex, house 27 St. Peter 
Maynes Wm. hats, caps and furs, 35 Wash, house 18 Sewall 
McAlister Jane, variety store, house 11 Ash 
McAiiliffe Dennis, laborer, house 21 Ward 
McAntee Mary, widow, house 172 Derby 
McArthur Amelia, widow, house 18 Cambridge 
McBride Patrick, shoemaker, boards 53 Warren 
McCabe Patrick, laborer, house 21 Ward 
McCalley Andrew, currier, house rear 180 Federal, h. Bearer 
McCallum David, laborer, house 15 Park 
McCanron Susan Mrs. house 53 Warren 
McCannon Thomas, currier, boards 53 Warren 
McCarron Patrick, laborer, house 22 Congress 
McCartney James Mrs. house 77 Federal 
McCarty Charles, shoemaker, house 8 Park 
McCarty Charles, laborer, house Phelps court 
McCarty Daniel, laborer, house 30 Peabody 
McCarty Ellen, house 4 Albion 

McCarty Honora, widow, house 172 Derby • - 

McCarty Jeremiah, house 32 North 
McCarty John, tanner, house rear 93 Boston 
McCarty John, currier, house Beaver 
McCarty John, laborer, house 91 Derby 
McCarty John, shoemaker, house 3 Church 
McCarty John, laborer, house 32 Ward 
McCarty John, currier, house 24 River 

McCarty John, shoemaker, boards 8 Park [Dodge 

McCaity Michael, currier, Franklin, house rear Dearborn, near 
McCarty Michael, shoemaker, house Adams 
McClagett John, laborer, house 41 North 
McClellan Ellen, widow, house 22 Carlton 
McCIoy Alexander, blaoksmith, house 17 Union 
McCloy Alexander jr. carpenter, house 4 Walnut 
McCloy Henry, tailor, house 6 Walnut 
McCloy Robert Mrs. house 14 Union 
McCollum Robert, ship carpenter, boards 3 Salem 
McCord Thomas, trader, house 5 Charter 
McCormick John, laborer, house 26 Mill 
McCullen Michael, seaman, house 7 Carter 
.McCullough Patrick, trader, house 20 Porter 
McCurdy Thomas G. currier, 69 Mason, house do. 
McDermott Patrick, laborer, house 18 Odell square 
McDonald Mary, widow, house 16 Congress 
McDonald Michael, (Cal.), house 15 Turner 
McDonnell David, laborer, house 77 Derby 



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McDonnell John, laborer, house 7 Charter 

McDonnell John, currier, boards 5 Friend 

McDonnell Michael, (Cal.), house 31 Derby 

McDoutjall Jane, widow, house 51 Broad 

McDuffee Charles D. dresser, house 65 Harbor 

McDuffee Elizabeth, house 57 Broad 

McFadden Daniel, fisherman, house 29 Derby 

McFarland Catherine, widow, house rear 35 Harbor 

McFarland William, captain, house 7 Harbor 

McGann Ann Mrs. house 23 Union 

McGeary James, leather, 57 Hanover (B.), house 65 Mason 

McGeary Timothy, laborer, house foot Park 

Mc Gee Cormick, house 18 High 

McGinnis John, currier, house 170 Federal 

McGinnis Michael, laborer, house 21 Ward 

McGrah Peter, laborer, house 6 Peabody 

McGrain John, teamster, house 8 Pratt 

McGrain Nicholas, laborer, house 89 Derby 

McGrain William, laborer, house 140 Derby 

McGrath James, tanner, house Adams 

McGrath James, currier, house 22 River 

McGrath John, tanner, house 170 Federal 

McGrath John, currier, house rear Adams 

McGrath John, laborer, house Tucker's wharf 

McGrath William, laborer, house rear Adams 

McGuire Bernard, salesman, 12 Front, house 19 Fowler 

McGuire Bridget, widow, house 65 Mason 

McGuire John, tailor, house 129 Derby • 

McGuire John, laborer, house Tucker's wharf 

McGuire Patrick, currier, house 68 Mason 

McGuire Thomas, laborer, house rear 67 Mason 

McGuire Thomas, currier, house 149 Boston 

Mclntire Hannah, widow, house 12 Carpenter 

Mclntire Henry, coachmaker, 12 Sewall, house 27 Liberty 

Mclntire Samuel J. livery stable and teaming, Mechanic, h 
4 Whittemore 

Mclntire Syraonds G. shoemaker, 18 Bedford, house 17 Whit 
temore 

Mclntire William E. carpenter, house 4 Whittemore 

Mclntyre Hannah, tailoress, house 36 Norman 

Mclnt^'re Mary, tailoress, house 36 Norman 

Mclntyre Mary E. D. dressmaker, house 12 Carpenter 

Mclntyre Nathaniel, laborer, house 74 Mill 

Mclntyre Samuel A. shoemaker, house Dodge, n. Dearborn 

McKay Alexander, currier, boards 5 Friend 

McKay Andrew, currier, boards 5 Friend 

McKean William, currier, house 20 Fowler 



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McKeever Hugh, laborer, house 21 High 
McK'^ever William, blacksmith, house 383 Essex 
McKeon William, farmer, house North, near boundary line 
McKenny Bartholomew, currier, house 161 Boston 
McKenney Daniel, shoemaker, house 17 Daniels 
McKenzie John, tailor, boards 4 Mill 
McKenzie Joseph, blacksmith, house 64 Mill 
McKenzie Margaret Mrs. house 4 Andover 
McKenzie Reuben Mrs. house 19 Oliver 

McKenzie Roderick A. (Chamberlain ^ McK.J, 29 Washing- 
ton, house 4 Andover 
McKenzie William, at Enamel Factory, boards 2 Mason 
McKey John, clothing and furnishing goods, 189 Essex, house 

31 Salem 
McLaughlin Barney, laborer, house 13 Charter 
McLaughlin Daniel, currier, boards Beaver, near Beaver lane 
McLaughlin Edward, currier, boards Beaver, near Beaver lane 
McLaughlin John, currier, boards Beaver, near Beaver lane 
McLaughlin Michael, laborer, house 10 Odell square 
McLaughlin Patrick, shoemaker, boards 21 Lafayette 
McMahan Susan, house 32 Union 
McMann Ann, widow, house rear 93 Boston 
McManners Thomas, laborer, house 7 High street court 
McMullen William, merchant, house 128 Federal 
McMullin John, mariner, house 57 Warren 
McMullin William, house 109 Federal 

McMurphy Benjamin F. gas fitter, 273 Essex, h. 23 Andrew 
McMurphy James D. baggage master South Reading Branch 

R. R. house 9 Lemon 
McMurphy John B. house 3 Pleasant 
McNiel Samuel, house 7 at the Forest River Lead Mills 
McNifF James, stone layer, house Jackson place 
McNulty James, laborer, house 30 Peabody 
McNulty Michael, laborer, house 168 Derby 
McNulty Thomas Rev. house 10 Mall 
McQue Michael, laborer, house 54 Charter 
McShane Bernard, 279 Essex, house rear 347 do. 
Mead William J. shoemaker, house rear 89 North 
Meady Daniel F. carpenter, house 69 Essex 
Meady Louisa, widow, house 1 Hardy 
Meek Henry, captain, house 2 Curtis 
Melcher Edward, carpenter, 83 North, house 32 Buffum 
Melcher Gilman F. printer, house Melcher court 
Melcher John, carpenter, house 44 Buffum 
Melcher John E. carpenter, boards 32 Buffum 
Melcher Levi L. mason, boards Melcher court 



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Meldon George, laborer, house 4 Essex 
jMellen Lawrence, laborer, house rear 10 Derby square 
jMellody Martin, laborer, house rear 3 Pingree 
Melius Henry, merchant, house 17 Winter 
JMeloney Henry E. currier, rear 97 Mason, house 101 do. 
iMelzeard Thomas Mrs. house 16 St. Peter 
[Melzeard Thomas, shoemaker, house 188 Derby 
iMeiedith Joseph, tanner, house 133 Boston 
Merrill Alvan A. printer, 191 Essex, house at South Danvers 
I Merrill Elizabeth K. Mrs. house 42 Broad 
Merrill George, shoemaker, house 18 Congress 
iMerrill James W. laborer, house 13.5 North 
(Merrill Jonathan, cooper, house 12 Liberty 
jMerrill Moses H. currier, house 171 Boston 
I Merrill Rollins W. house 171 Boston 
jMerrill Samuel A. farmer, house rear 118 Lafayette 
'Merrill William H. house 12 Liberty 

Merritt Alfred S. expressman, 14 Washington, h. 11 Upham 
Merritt David & Co. (David jr.), merchants, and express line, 

14 Washington, house 94 Federal 
Merritt David jr. (Merritt S^ Co.), 14 Washington, house Mason, 

corner Barr 
i Merritt Henry, 14 "Washington, house 14 Lynde 
I Merritt William, supt. B. cc M. R. R. house 35 Pleasant 
JMesservy Eliza A. K. Miss, house 6o Mill 
.Messervy John, painter, 34 Lafayette, house 2 Lagrange 
JMesservy Susan, widow, boards 10 Whittemore 
Messervy Thomas K. mariner, house Go Mill 
I Messervy William S. mayor of the city, house 91 Lafayette 
Metcalf Benj. G. farmer, house Lafayette, n. Marblehead line 
Metcalf D. B. farmer, house Lynn road 
Micklefield Rebecca B. house 20 Central 
Milkeye Morris, laborer, house 21 Becket 
Miller' Charles H. merchant, 145 Essex, house 12 Pickman 
Miller Edward, mariner, house 29 Derby 
Miller Edward F. ship builder, Gardner, house 102 Lafayette 
Miller Ephraim F. collector of the customs, house 66 Bridge 
Miller Joseph, mariner, house 8 English 
Miller Lewis F. captain, house 54 Lafayette 
Millet Benjamin R. (Currier &;M.J, house 22 Lynde 
Millett Andrew J. currier, boards 12 Prescott 
Millett Benj imin F. cooper, house 14 Allen 
Millett Ctiarles, naval otfice Custom House, h. 24 Pleasant 
Millett Dan. groceries and western produce, 67 Derby, h. 69 do. 
Millett Ebenezer C. clerk (B), house 11 Federal 
Millett Edward, clerk, Webb's wharf, house 4^ Northey 
Millett Edward A. clerk, house 4.^ Northey 



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Millett Eliza, house 9 Hardy 

Millett Joseph H. captain, house 4J Northey 

Millett Joseph H. clerk, 67 Derby, house 69 do, 

Millett Joseph H. jr. clerk (B.), house 19 Oliver 

Millett Martha H. widow, house 61 Summer 

Millett Nathan, inspector of customs, house 9 Hardy 

Millett Nathan H. captain, house 8 Curtis 

Millett Sarah L. Mrs. seamstress, house 12 Prescott 

Millett Sarah 11. widow, house 7 Federal 

I Millett William, cooper, house 13 Becket 

j Mills James, house Sutton 
Mills James, hatter, house 5 Park 

I Mills Robert C. Rev. house 119 Federal . . - 

j Mills Sarah Mrs. house 1 Peabody 
Minehan Daniel, laborer, house 86 Derby 
Miner Albert, expressman, house 13 Cambridge 
Miner Mary Mrs. house 12 Daniels 
Mitchell Ann, widow, house Irving, near Grove 
Mitchell Edward, tinsmith, boards 3 Ward 
Mitchell James, laborer, house 93 Mason 
Mitchell John, laborer, house Bridge, above March 
Mitchell Jotin, shoemaker, house 91 North 
Mitchell John, variety store, 44 Peabody, house do. 
Mitchell Robert, at Charles Ropes's, house 3 Gardner 
Mockley Patrick, laborer, house 16 Derby 
Monahan Catherine, widow, house 6 Elm 
Monarch George H. laborer, house 17 North court 
Monies Michael D. laborer, house 86 Boston 
Monies William, butcher, house 8 Whittemore 
Monies William A. laborer, house 7 Creek 
Montgomery John, laborer, house 25 Charter 
Moody Mary, house 6 Gardner court 
Moody William H. periodical agent, basement Asiatic building 

house 6 River 
Moody William H. jr. house Dodge's court 
Mooney Andrew, laborer, house 153 Boston. 
Mooney John, gum copal Avorker, boards rear 41 Derby 
Mooney Matthew, shoemaker, house 172 Derby 
Moore David, merchant, 21 Derby wharf, house 226 Derby 
Moore Harriet, widow, house 68 North 
Moore James, carpenter, house 14 Whittemore 
Moore Mary Mrs. house 56 North 
Moore Martha A. widow, house 5 Allen 
Moore William, currier, house Beaver • 
Moore William H. "morocco dresser, house Aborn 
Moran Edward, laborer, house 6 Ward 
Moran John, tanner, house end Beaver 



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Moreland George W. carpenter, house 1 Carlton 

Moreland John H. printer, 175^ Essex, and periodicals, 241 
Essex house 38-5 do. 

Morgan Beckford, baker, boards 21 Essex 

Morgan George S. laborer, house 18 Park 

Morgan Henry B. tannery boards 28 Boston 

Morgan John, laborer, house 2 Parker's court 

Morgan John, soap builer, house 28 Boston 

Morgan John, laborer, house 15 River 
i Morgan John A. rigger, house 10 Ash 

Morgan Lucy Mrs. house 16 Summer 

Morgan Martin, currier, boards rear 13 Lynn 

More^an Patrick, laborer, house 10 Webb 

Morgan Richard, laborer, house Dodge 

Morgan Theodore Mrs. house 358 Essex i 

I Morgan Thomas, marble worker, house rear 14 Central } 

iMoriarty Patrick, house 43 Union ! 

hLoni\l(PhebeJ & Walker (Mart/ JLJ, millinery, 246 Essex, i 
j house 8 Prescott , ' j 

I Morris James, mariner, house 22 Becket . ' } 

: Morris Joseph B. house 17 Mall j 

'Morris Mercy, widow, house 5 Creek j 

1 Morris William R. house 1 Ropes I 

Morse Ebenezer, carpenter, rear 123 Lafayette, house 123 do. I 
i Morse Edward A. currier, house 28 High ' 

iMorse E. Henry, carpenter, house 19 Dean } 

; Morse Enoch, carpenter, house rear 16 FUnt i 

I Morse Francis Y. carpenter, boards 123 Lafayette | 

Morse George W. clerk, 174 Essex, boards 91 Federal | 

'Morse John, tanner, house Warren street court | 

iMorse John Mrs, house 28 Broad I 

■Morse Lucius B. tanner, 71 Mason, house 162 Federal 
{Morse Lydia P. nurse, house 28 Norman 
j Morse Mary E. Mrs. house 91 Federal 
1 Morse Pavne, shoemaker, house 133 North 

Morse WiUiam T. Mrs. hou<e 113 North 
JMort'm Henry, salesman, 245 Essex, boards 64 Summer 
' Moseley Joseph, captain, house 11 Barr 

Moseley Martha Mrs. house 156 Federal 

Moseley Martha P. Mrs. house 97 Essex 

Moses Aaron, mariner, house East Webb 

Motley Rachel, widow, house 163 Federal 

Mottey John, house 46 Charter 

Moulton Frederick, mason, house 105 Federal 

Moulton (Jay H.J, Davis (Jacob), & Co. expressmen, 10 
Washington, house Everett, corner Salem 

Moulton Jeremiah, restorator, basement 6 Wash. h. 57 Broad 



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Moulton John G. teamster, 1 Front, house 33 Salem [Margin 

Moulton Joshua W. daguerreotype artist, 214 Essex, house 4 

Moulton Lyman, teamster, boards 33 Salem 

Moulton Mary Mrs. honse at Oliver Wilson's 

Moulton Natiianiel P. carpenter, house 5 Mechanic 

Moulton Newell, cooper, boards rear 41 Derby 

Moulton William, trader, house 59 Endicott 

Muchraore George, clerk, house 8 Church 

Muchmore Richard, city express office, rear Essex House, 

house 8 Church 
Mudgett Daniel, teamster at the F. R. lead mills, h. 3 Lagrange 
Mudgett Daniel A. teamster, house 14 Curtis 
Mugford Charles D, merchant, house 339 Essex 
Mugford George Mrs. house 88 Federal 
Mugford Henry F. shoemaker, house lr50 Federal 
Mugford Thomas S. mariner, house 150 Federal 
Muhlig James J. (]V. IL Burbeck S; Co.), boards 73 North 
Muhlig Robert, carpenter, house Barr, above Mason 
Mulcahey Edward, carpenter, housie Aborn 
Muldoon P'elix, laborer, house 16 Elm 
Mullen Edward, tailor, house 156 Bridge 
Mullen James, liborer, house 204 Derby 
Mullen John, mariner, boards 20 Carlton 
Mullen John, mariner, boards 90 Lafayette 
Mullen John, currier, house end of Beaver ct. 
Mullen Matthew, laborer, house 142 Derby 
Mullen Patrick, currier, house Aborn 
Mullen Patrick, currier, house end of Beaver court 
Mullen Richard, tailor, house 156 Bridge 
Mullett George W. inspector Custom House, h. 62 Summer 
Munday John, laborer, house 4 Dani.ls 
Munroe Jeannette Mrs. house 16 Central 
Murphy Christopher, tanner, house Adams 
Murphy Eliza M. Mrs. house 25 Summer 
Murphy Eugene, laborer, house Tucker's wharf 
Murphy James, laborer, house 172 Derby 
Murphy James, laborer, house rear 24 Congress 
Murphy James, currier, house 184 Federal 
Murphy Jeremiah, currier, house 76 North 
Murphy John, currier, house 14 Oak 
Murphy John, laborer, house 11 Allen 
i Murphy John, laborer, house Grove 
Murphy John, currier, house rear Adams 
Murphy John, laborer, house 42 Union 
Murphy Matthew, laborer, house 23 Charter 
Murphy Nicholas, laborer, house Grove 
Murphy Patrick, currier, house Salem Turnpike 



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Murphy Patrick, waiter, 204 Essex 

Murphy Patrick, laborer, house 4 Pingree 

Murphy Patrick, laborer, house foot Ives 

Murphy Peter, house Grove, above Mason 

Murphy William C. currier, 9 Franklin, house 4 Orne 

Murray David, currier, house 36 Buffum 

Myers'Daniel, laborer, house 53 St. Peter 

Myers David, laborer, house 24 Ward 

Myers John, laborer, house 149 Bridge 

Myers Patrick, laborer, house 30 Ward 

Myers Thomas, laborer, house 26 Peabody 

Myers Thomas, laborer, house 6 Prince 

Myers William, shoemaker, boards 21 Lafayette 

Mynahan Thomas, laborer, house 28 Ward 

NAOS HENRY, laborer, house 58 Broad • . '■ 

Narbonne Nathaniel A. mariner, house 71 Essex 
Narbonne Sarah Mrs. house 71 Essex 
Nason David, E. R. R. depot, house 4 Downing 
Nason Samuel, former, house 8 Gardner court 
Nay Joshua, fireman, house 10 Ward 
Neagle Dennis, laborer, house rear 7 English 
Neagle Ellen, widow, house High st. court 
Neagle Morris, (Cal.) house 27 Daniels 
Neal Benjamin B. captain, house 5o Endicott 
Neal Cornelius, laborer, house 16 Turner 
Neal David A. house Chestnut, corner Cambridge 
Neal George L. carpenter, boards 19 Hathorne 
Neal lienry, coach driver, house 12 Broad 
Neal James, shoemaker, house rear Adams 
Neal John H. sexton, house 66 Federal 
Neal Jonathan, mason, house 12 Broad 
.veal Joseph, mason, house 19 Hathorne 
Neal Mary Mrs. house 9 Cambridge 
Ne:il Michael, laborer, house Fowler 
Neal Theodore A. merchant (B). house 302 Essex 
Neal AViUiam, painter, house Ives 
Neal William H. Mrs. house 13 Chestnut 
Needham James, shoemaker, hou-e 7 Pleasant 
Needham John, currier, house 127 Boston 

Needham (J. S.J & Hawkes (T.J, fruit & confectionery, 144 & 
272 Essex, house Locust Dale, W. Danvers [9 Liberty 

Needham Thomas, auctioneer and public administrator, house 
Nelson Charles H. mariner, boards 21 Beckford 
Nelson John F. captain, house 15 Dean 
Nelson Marques, stevedore, house .7 Cedar 
Nelson Mary H. Mrs. house Lagrange, cor. Salem 



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Nelson Samuel F. shoemaker, house 21 Beckford 
Nelson William H. captain, boards 15 Dean 
Nennery John, laborer, house 2^4 Derby 
Nevers William, laborer, house Becket avenue 
Neville Julia, widow, house Beaver 
Neville Maurice, laborer, house Phillips, near Grove 
Neville Thomas, currier, house Beaver 

Newcomb Bryant, house 26 Lafayette [186 Essex, h. 2 Milk 
Nevvcomb (Caleb J, Farless (J. A.), & Co. hardware and cutlery, 
j Newcomb Caleb II. provisions, 14 Newbury, house at Beverly 
i Newcomb Charles B. engineer, house 22 Salem 
Newcomb David, oysters, 24 Derby square and Phoenix building, 

house 11 Prescott 
Newcomb David B. 24 Derby sq. boards 11 Prescott 
Newcomb George L. machinist, 18 Peabody, house 1 Cedar 
Newcomb G. L. & Co. (J. H. Pickering <§• Jacob Haskell), ice 

dealers, 18 Peabody 
Newcomb James Alfred, machinist, house 40 Lafayette 
Newcomb Lucy Mrs house Union, near Derby 
Newcomb Sylvester, 5 Derby square 
jNewcorab Wm. H. clerk, 186 Essex, boards 2. Milk 
j Newell Joseph, sash, blind and door manufacturer, 7 Front, 

house 38 Lafayette 
iNewell Joseph, clerk, house 20 Lynde 
I Newell Thomas P. house 108 Derby 
jNewhall Benjamin, fireman, E, R. R., house 19 Creek 
Newhall Ezra F. clerk (B.), house 9 Pleasant 
Newhall Frederick A. watchmaker, 24 Wash, house at Lynn 
Newhall Gilbert, house 38 Church [9 Pleasant 

Newhall Gilbert G. gunpowder agency, 17 Doane (B.), house 
Newhall John, painter, house 13 Abor'n 
Newhall John, farmer, house 144 North 
Newhall John F. priiUcr (B.), house 57 Lafayette 
Newhall Joseph M. clerk, 29 Front, house 2J Lynde 
Newhall Rebecca, widow, house 39 St. Peter 
Newhall Sarah Mrs. house 20 Lynde 
Newhall William, city crier, house 9 Jeffrey court 
NewpDrt Sarah A. Mrs. house 25 Salem 
Newton John H. currier, 3 Franklin, house 1 Whittemore 
Nicholas Jonathan Mrs. house 104 Boston 
Nichols Abigail, widow, house 10 Northey 
Nichols Abigail, house 63 Boston 
Nichols Abigail A. house 16 School 
Nichols Andrew Mrs. house 8 Central 

Nicliols Andrew, clerk in court of insolvency, h. 8 Central 
Nichols Charles S. secretary Salem M. F. I. Co. 42 Wash. h. 

6 Chestnut 



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Nichols Daniel F. tanner, 44 Boston, house 186 Federal 
Nichols David, tanner, Pope's ct. house 8 Procter et. 

i Nichols George, auctioneer, 42 Wash, house 8'J Federal 
Nichols George jr. house 4)3 Essex 
Nichols George S. tanner, boards 186 Federal 

' Nichols Isaiah, merchant, house 104 Boston 

j Nichols James, shoemaker, h. Tremont, above Grove j 

I Nichols James B. clerk, house 115 Boston 

j Nichols Jane, house 105 Boston 

jNich'ds J, Henry, shipsmith, 45 Union, house 10 Elm 
Nichols John, shipsmith, 45 Union, house 10 Elm 
Nichols John (IF. H. Nichoh S; Brother J, boards 12 Essex 
Nichols John, wheelwright, 29 North, house 16 Cambridge ! 

! Nichols John R. watchman E. 11. R. depot, house 14 Webb | 

j Nichols John H. auctioneer and insurance agent, 42 Washing-; 

I ton, house 37 Chestnut ! 

Nichols Joseph S. grocer, 107 Boston, house 105 do. i 

I Nichols Mary, house 105 Boston | 

[Nichols Mary B. widow of Stephen, house 68 Boston j 

Nichols Nancy, widow, house 14 Becket 1 

Nichols Nathan, 19 Portland (B.), house 172 Federal j 

Nichols Samuel F. cleiJc (B.), hou>e 162 Federal j 

Nichols Stephen F. painter, house 44 Forrester j 

■ Nichols Thomas, currier, Goodhue, house 3 Boston ! 

Isichols (Tho)7iasj/\ J & Shepard ( Samuel J, iannevs and cur-| 

I riers, Prospect, house 400 Essex 

! Nichols William C. musician, house 2 ]Mason 

I Nichols William D. shoemaker, house Ropes 

I Nichols William F. tanner, Nichols, house 115 Boston 
Nichols William H. & Brother (John Nichols), coopers, Brook- 

j house wharf, house 12 Essex 

i Nichols William H. painter, house 6 Northey 

JNickerson Asa W. thread store, 174 Essex, b. Mansion House 

iNiles Amos, house 35 Derby 

iNimblet Benjamin, tanner, house rear 95 Boston 

iNimblet Eliza, house 375 Essex 

iNimblet Sarah, house 375 Essex 
Noah Charles S. clerk, 173 Essex, house 103 Boston 
Noah George G. currier, 34 Boston, house 103 do. 
Noah Henry C. tanner, house 6 Boston 
Noah John, wheelwright, house 103 Boston 
Noah Samuel, wheelwright, 101 Boston, house 103 do. 
Noah Samuel jr. tanner, Goodhue, house 420 Essex 
Noble Joseph, house 92 Essex 

Noble Nathan, supt. South Bridge, boarding, house 2'd 
Norman j 

Noble Richard S. Mrs. house 67 Essex I 



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Nolan Dennis, laborer, hovise 9 Herbert 
i Nolan Henry, at F. R Mills, house Lagrange, opp. Salem 
I Nolan James, currier, house 129 Boston 
Nolan John, laborer, house 30 Ward 
Noonan James, laborer, house Pratt 
Noonan John, laborer, house High st. court 
Norcross Horatio N. carpenter, house 43 Bridge 
Norcross James, carpenter, house 49 "Warren 
Norcross Margaret A. house 26 Ward 
Norcross Martha, vridow, house 26 Ward 
Norfolk Edward L. portable grain mill manuf. 13 Front, house 

15 Curtis 
Norfolk John R. machinist, house 100 Derby 
Norfolk Joseph, sailmaker, house 72 Derby 
Norfolk Joseph G mariner, house 72 Derby 
Norris Charles H. tailor, 188.^ Essex, house 6 Lagrange 
Norris Edward Mrs. house 5 River 
Norris John, boards 156 Federal 

Norris Walter {Towle if; Norris), house 14 High st. court 
Norsworthy Thomas, house 6 Rust 
Northend [WiUiani D.) & Choate {George F.), counsellors, 24^ 

Washington, house 17 Beckford 
Northey Ezra Mrs. house 395 Essex [395 Essex 

Northey William, secretary Salem Marine Insurance Co. house 
Norwood Alexander, mariner, house 13 Allen 
Norwood William D. cabinet maker, house 19 Williams 
Norton Patrick, farmer, house Adams 
Nourse Aaron, hats, caps, (K-c., 37 Wash, house 35 Andrew 
Nourse Abigail, house 375 Essex 

Nourse Ebenezer, fruit, confectionery, 41 Wash. h. 135 North 
Nourse Samuel, shoe tool manufactory, house 18 Carlton 
Nourse Sarah H. dressmaker, 2>^ Liberty, boards 35 Andrew 
Nourse William. 41 Washington, house 135 North 
Nowell Moses, laborer, house 163 Boston 

Nowell Phoebe A. nurse, house 22 Charles [h. 7 Cherry 

Noyes Enoch K. & Co. {E. F. Baker), grocers, 6 & 8 Front, 
Noyes Henry D. clerk, boards 55 Washington 
Noyes Isaac's. {Brooks &; N.), house 21 Forrester 
Nutter Horace, trader, house 12 Congress 
Nutter John, shoemaker, house 4 Friend 
Nutting Joseph, cabinet maker, house 5 Jeffrey court 
Nutting Rachel, house 12 Beckford 

OAKES THOMAS (.V. Ilolden .^ Co.), boards Essex House 
Ober Andrew, carpenter, 42 Charter, house 8 Winthrop 
Ober Samuel, fish, &c. 26 Derby sq. house 57 Charter 



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Ober Sarah, house 11 Ash 

! O'Brien Catharine, widow, house Tucker's wharf 
I O'Brien Christopher, laborer, house 14 Feabody 
1 O'Brien Cornelius, tanner, house rear Adams 
I O'Brien Dennis, currier, boards 20 Fowler 
I O'Brien Dennis, laborer, house 3 Rubber Factory 
! O'Brien James, laborer, house 21 High 
j O'Brien James, laborer, house 27 Daniels 
I O'Brien John, laborer, house 10 Odell square 
O'Brien John, laborer, house rear 89 Derby 
O'Brien John, laborer, house 3 Tucker's wharf 
O'Brien Michael, currier, boards 100 Mason 
; O'Biien Thomas, currier, house Phelps court 
O'Connell John, agent N. E, P. Union, 12 Front, h. 3 N. Pine 
O'Connell Timothy, boots and shoes, 5 Central, house rear 76 
O'Conner Thomas, trader, house 9 Prince [Federal 

O'Conner Timothy, tanner, house end of Beaver 
O'Day Bartholomew, laborer, house rear 7 Charter 
Oder/Eliza Mrs. house 48 Essex 
Odell James J. mariner, house 108 Derby 
Odell James Mrs. house 16 Odell square 
Odell James A. wines, &c. 23 Front, house Winthrop 
Odell Thomas F. house 28 North 
Odell William H. mariner, house 48 Essex 
I Odlin Mary, widow, nurse, house 2o Hardy 
O'Donnell Daniel, agent for Boston Pilot, house 3 North Pine 
O'Donnell James, laborer, house 27 Ward 
O'Donnell James, clerk, 20 Front, house 31 Forrester 
O'Donnell Michael, laborer, house 10 Herbert 
O'Donnell William, laborer, house Ropes 
O'-Flaherty Catharine, house 131 Bridge 
0' Flaherty Jane M. house 131 Bridge 
O'Flaherty, Polly, house 131 Bridge 
Ogden Benjamin, carder, house o Park 
Ogden Benjamin, laborer, house foot Gardner 
O'Grade William, laborer, house 170 Derby 
O'Hara James, currier, beards Beaver, rear Beaver lane 
O'Hara Patrick, currier, house Mason Hill 
O'Hern Michael, laborer, house rear 30 North 
O'Heron Michael, laborer, house 2 Tucker's wharf 
O'Keefe Mary Mrs. house 30 Union 
O'Keefe Simon, moulder, house 94 Derby 
Oldson Francis, mariner, house 10 Carlton 
Oldson Joseph Mrs. house 56 Derby 
O'Leary Daniel, coachdriver, house Phelps court 
O'Leary Michael, shoemaker, boards 26 Union 



138 SAT.EM [O] DIKECTORY. 



O'Leary Timothy, laborer, house 1-5 Lemon 

Oliver Frederick, engineer, house 49 Warren 

Oliver Henry, laborer, house 7 Herbert 

Oliver John'E. farmer, house Salem turnpike 

Oliver Sarah S. house 36 Broad 

Oliver William W. house 36 Broad 

O'Neal Daniel, teamster, house 93 Derby 

O'Neal iiichard, laborer, house 6 Carlton 

O'Neil Daniel, 12 Front, house Tucker's wharf 

O'Neil Patrick, laborer, house 3 Tucker's wharf 

O'Neil Patrick, laborer, house 3 Tucker's wharf 

O'Neil Thomas, laborer, house 3 Tucker's wharf 

O'Neil William, laborer, house 92 Derby 

Orne Annis, house 24 Northey 

Orne Henry, teamster, boards 24 Union 

Orne Jonathan H. weigher and ganger, C. H., h. at Marblehead 

Orne Sarah F. Mrs. house 318 Essex 

Osborn Charles P. tinsmith, house 21 Pickman 

Osborn David S. fireman, house 128 North 

Osborn Jonathan, sailmaker, house 21 Pickman 

Osborn Jonathan, 173 Essex, boards 17 Turner 

Osborn Josiah B. hairdresser, 60 Derby, house 51 do. 

Osborn Lydia Mrs. house 17 Turner 

Osborn Richard S. tanner, Aborn, house 17 Boston 

Osborn Samuel B. horticulturist, house Orne 

Osborn William A. tanner, house 5 May 

Osborne Aaron, clerk, E. R. R. house 88 Mill 

Osborne David S. boots and shoes at Lynn, h. n. Liberty Hill 

Osborne Ezra, constable, house 88 Mill 

Osborne Henry, 183 Essex, boards Essex House 

Osborne Horace, currier, rear May, boards 5 do. 

Osborne Nathan W. N. clerk (B.), boards 17 Oliver 

Osborne Stephen H. 183 Essex, house 17 Oliver [Oliver 

Osborne Stephen, hat, cap and fur store, 183 Essex, house 17 

Osgood Benjamin H, harness maker. 9 Church, house 29 do. 

Osgood Carlton, Market House, house 169 Essex 

Osgood Charles, artist, 7 Central, house 78 Bridge 

Osgood Charles C. captain, house 11 Hardy 

Osgood Ebenezer B. clerk, house 15 Mason 

Osgood Edward A. house 401 Essex 

Osgood EUzabeth, house 15 Norman 

Osgood Elizabeth C. Mrs. house 314 Essex 

Osgood E. B. clerk, house 15 Mason 

Osgood John B. Mrs. house 45 Lafayette 

Osgood John C. merchant, 63 Union, house 3 Barton sqr. 

Osgood John F. house 314 Essex 



I SALEM [P] DIRECTORY. 139 

: Osgood Joseph, captain, house 10 Crombie 
Osgood Joseph B. F. counsellor, 23o Essex, house 17 Norman 

' Osgood Nathaniel Mrs. house 401 Essex 

; Osgood Nathaniel W. tanner, Goodhue, house 175 Federal 
Osgood Nathaniel W. jr. tanner, Goodhue, house 404 Essex 
Osgood Susan, house Osgood farm, 126 Lafayette 
Osgood Susan W. house 15 Norman 
Osgood Thaddeus Mrs. house 97 Essex 
Osgood William H. captain, house 314 Essex 
O'Shea Timothy, currier, house Beaver, opp. Beaver lane 
O'Shea John, currier, boards Beaver, opp. Beaver lane 
Ottignon Firmin, urabrella maker, house 53 Wash. cor. Lynde 
Owen Edward, hairdresser. Arrington's building, h. E. Webb 
Owen Catharine, house 3 Tucker's wharf 

PACE WILLIAM H. mariner, boards 45 Essex 
Page Elizabeth D. Mrs. house 9 Cedar [140 Federal 

Page Jeremiah, president Salem Marine Ins. Co. 163 Essex, h. 
Page Josiah, currier, house 1 North Pine 
Page J. Henry, mariner, boards 23 Union 
Page Mary Mrs. house 8 Federal 
Page Sarah L. Mrs. house 84 Derby 

; Page Timothy, carpenter, house 8 Broad [Liberty 

Paine Joseph A. bonnets and dry goods, 153 Essex, house 11 
Palfray Charles W. {Chapman &; P.), house 113 Federal 
Palfray Edward, dry goods, 159 Essex, house 10 Hardy 
Palfray Eliz;ibeth Mrs. house 113 Federal 
Palmer Charles Mrs. house 10 Oak 
Palmer Joseph P. mason, house Southwick near Dodge 
Palmer Margaret, widow, house 14 Odell square 
Palmer Richard, laborer, house Phelps court [Buffum 

Palmer Theron, boots, shoes and rubbers, 216 Essex, house 13 
Palmer William W. & Co. dry goods, 175 Essex, house 26 
Parker Charles, house 107 Essex [Lynde 

Parker Eldred S. expressman, 14 Wash, house 17 do. 
Parker Emeline A. teacher, house 2 Ash 
Parker George A. auctioneer, 30 Front, house 107 Essex 
Parker Harriet M. Mrs. house 2 Ash 
Parker Henry, shoemaker, house 3 Ward 
Parker Isaac, machinist, house Lynde, cor. North 
Parker John B. clerk Eastern Railroad, house 2 Ash 
Parker Josiah W. musician, house 6 Church 
Parker Sophia, widow, house 157 Bridge, boards 14 do. 
Parker Williaui B. merchant, house 22 Pleasant 
Parker William B. Mrs. house 107 Essex 
Parks (Thomas C.) & Harris, (Israel F.) grocers, 4 St. Peter 
Parnell Mary B. Mrs. house 20 High 



140 SALEM [P] DIRECTORY. 



Parshley Calvin H. laborer, house 4 at the F. R. Lead Mills 

Parshley Charles, house 22 Ward 

Parshley David T. currier, house 9 Fowler 

Parshley Nathaniel H. shoemaker, house 72 Mill 

Parson Frederick, Aqueduct office, Sewall, house 17 Hiver 

Parsons George W. printer, boards 21 Lafayette 

Parsons John, tanner, house 6 Oak 

Parsons John H. musician, boards 3 Pleasant 

Parsons John J. Mrs. house High, near Mill 

Parsons {John AJ.) & Shackelford {]Vm.), fish and water for 

shipping, 64 Union 
Parsons Jonathan, ropemaker, house 12 Barton 
Parsons Lewis K. carpenter, house 12 Congress 
Parsons Oliver Mrs. house ,27 Summer 
Parsons William D. mason boards 3 Pleasant 
Patch Ephraim, tailor, 24 Washington, house 34 Endicott 
Patch Ira H. wheelwright, 7 Sewall, house do. 
Patch Ira J. clerk's office, Court House, house 7 Sewall 
Patten John R. physician, house 25 Harbor 
Patten Samuel R. shoemaker, house 4 Curtia 
Patterson Nancy, widow, house 6 Andrew 
Payne Phebe, widow, house 59 Summer [at Swampscott 

Payson Edward H. cashier Commercial Bank, 7 Central, house 
Payson Joanna Mrs. house 27 Forrester 
Payson Thomas E. house Essex, corner Summer 
Peabody Abigail, widow, house Aborn 

Peabody Alfred, merchant, 134 State street (B.), h. 45 Summer 
Peabody Brackley R. captain, 391;^ Essex 
Peabody Brackley R. 2d, mariner, boards 47 Broad 
Peabody Charles E. shoemaker, boards 14 Carltou 
Peabody Christiana Mrs. house 391^ Essex 
Peabody David R. shoemaker, house 12 Prescott 
Peabody Edward Augustus, chair painter, 111 Essex, house 13 

Pickman 
Peabody Edward C. inspector Custom House, house 14 Carlton 
Peabody Eliza H. widow, house 119 Boston 
Peabody Francis, house 136 Essex 
Peabody George, merchant, house 7 Brown 
Peabody George A. (B.), liouse 7 Brown 
Peabody George W. cabinet maker, house 6 Howard 
Peabody James M. carpenter, house 15 Friend 
Peabody John B. (Ives S^ P.J, house Chestnut St., So. Danvers 
Peabody John F. machinist, house 14 High 
Peabody Joseph, house 136 Essex 
Peabody Oliver, carpenter, house 16 Flint 
Peabody Oliver, blacksmith, house 68 Washington 
Peabody Sally Mrs. nurse, house 6 Howard 



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Peabody Samuel E. C Curtis S; PeabodyJ, merchant (B.)i house 

31 Warren 
Peabody Torrey, 19 Derby square, boards 14 "Winter 
Peabody William, shoemaker, house 6 English 
Peach Augustus L. house 39 Bridge 
Peach Benjamin, house 27 Harbor 
Peach Franklin, shoemaker, house 4 Leach 
Peach George, shoemaker, house 4 Leach 
Peach Mary Mrs. house 14 March 
Peach William, fish dealer, house 4 Leach 
Pearson A. Lawrence, (B.), house Aborn 
Pearson David, boards 7 Herbert 

Pearson Hiram A. clothing, 217 Essex, house at Bradford 
Pearson Nathan, farmer, house 130 Boston 
Pearson Mary, widow, house 7 Herbert 
Pearson William, house 16 English 
Pease Benjamin, shoemaker, house 14 Flint 
Pease George W. (William Ives S^ Co.), house 45 Federal 
Pease Mary, \vidow, house 11 High 

Pease (Richard) & Price (Charles), bakers, 13 High, h. 11 do.^ 
Pease Samuel W. stoves and tin ware, 128 Derby, h. 75 Bridge 
Pease WiUiam, currier, house Aborn 
Peck Elisha, clerk, boards 99 Essex 

Peck F. S. clothing and furnishing store, 240 Essex, h. 99 do. 
Peckham Charles, mariner, house 4 Becket 
Peckham George W. 187 Essex, boards 20 Walnut 
Peckham Joshua, fan ;y goods, 187 Essex, house 29 "Walnut 
Peele Henry R. seaman, boards 13 English 
Peele J. "Willard, merchant, Pnillips wharf, house 12 Chestnut 
Peele Robert, hardware and crockery, 282 Essex, h. 86 Federal| 
Peele Robert jr. ship carpenter, house 13 English 
Peele Robert 3d, boards 13 English 
Peele VVilUam Mrs. house 77 Bridge 
Peirce Albert P. laborer, house 6 North court 
Peirce Henry, State Bank (B.), house 6 Chestnut 
Peirce Jonathan, 13 Central (B.), house 10 Summer 
Peirce Nathan, stock and loan office, 163 Essex, house 139 do. 
Peirce William P. merchant, house 29 Chestnut 
Peirson Abel L. Mrs. house 11 Barton square 
Peirson Charles L. engineer, house 11 Barton square 
Peirson Edward B. physician, house 13 Barton square 
Peirson George H. (Potter &; PeirsonJ, house 34 Pleasant 
Peko John Mrs. house 65 Mill 
Pendar Simon, house 60 Endicott 
Pendergast Michael, currier, house 3 Friend 
Pendergrass Edward, curiier, house rear 95 Boston 
Pendergrass Thomas, laborer, house 24 Congress 

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142 SALEM [P] DIRECTOKY, 



Pennell Mary Mrs. house 7 Cross 

Pepper Dinah, house 44 BufFum 

Pepper Eliza Mrs. house 1 English 

Pepper George W. confectioner, house 42 Bufium 

Pepper John S, shoemaker, house 5 Upham 

Pepper John W. Mrs. confectioner, 44 Buffum, house do. 

Pepper Philadelphia, widow, house 5 Upham 

Perkins (Aaron) & Brown fWm. B.J, clothing and furnishing 

store, 137 Derby and 36 Union, house 34 Lafayette 
Perkins Alfred R. house 16 Williams 
Perkins Augustine S. merchant, house 82 Lafayette 
Perkins A. W. clerk, 165 Derby, boards 34 Lafayette 
Perkins Benjamin M, tailor, 281 Essex, house 11 Turner 
Perkins Betsey, widow, house 84 Mill 

Perkins Charles, operative, house 62 Harbor [Church 

Perkins Daniel, merchant tailor, 181 Essex, cor. Central, h. 15 
Perkins Daniel, house 11 Williams 
Perkins David, house 18 Lynde 
Perkins Edward, (B,), boards 18 Lynde 
Perkins Edward B. carpenter, 11 Cherry, house 9 do. 
Perkins Emery J. clerk, house 13 Federal 
Perkins George, clerk Mercantile Bank, boards 34 Lafayette 
Perkins George A. physician, 5 Newbury, house 129 Essex 
Perkins Henry C. mariner, boards 34 Lafayette 
Perkins Henry W. inspector Custom House, house 21 Hardy 
Perkins Henry W. jr. bookkeeper National Bank (B.), house 

21 Hardy 
Perkins Isaac, carpenter, house 26 Cedar 
Perkins James, blacksmith, house 7 Daniels 
Perkins Jeremiah S. superintendent burials. City Hall, house 

2 Pleasant street avenue 
Perkins John, house 18 Winthrop [Essex, h. 139 Federal 

Perkins Jonathan C. judge Court Common Pleas, office 243^ 
Perkins Jonathan W. captain, house 14 Saunders 
Perkins Joseph, pilot, house 14 English 
Perkins Jossph 2d, mariner, house 12 Mall 
Perkins Joseph S. currier, 59 Boston, house 171 Federal 
Perkins J. Warren, captain, house 19 North 
Perkins Martha, widow, house 151 Bridge 

Perkins Nathaniel B. cashier Merchants' Bank, house 5 Oliver 
Perkins Rebecca D. Mrs. house 23 Dearborn 
Perkins Samuel W. clerk (B.), boards 21 Hardy 
Perkins Thomas, merchant, house 124 Federal 
Perkins Thomas jr. merchant, house 13 North 
Perkins Thomas B. city marshal. City Hall, house 14 Winthrop 
Perkins William A. house 19 Andrew 
Perkins William E, carpenter, house 122 Bridge 



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Perley Jacob, morocco dresser (D;\nvers), house 179 Boston 
Perley John, boots, shoes and rubbers, 2-52 Essex, house 254 do.; 
Perley John E. mariner, house lo Federal ' 

Perley Jonathan, assessor. City Hall, house 29 Beckford 
Perley Jonathan jr. c<- Co. (J. "Ca/'^e/-^, bookbinders, 191 Essex, 

house 29 Beckford 
Perrigen David, mariner, house 10 English 
Perry Albert H. gunsmith, house 45 Derby 
Perry Augusta house 45 Derby 
Perry Augustus, merchant, house 29 Warren 
i Perry Augustus H. gunsmith, boards H. B. Perry's 
i Perry Benjamin, refreshments. 60 Boston, house do. 
I Perry Francis L. blacksmith, Phillips wharf, house 33 Derby 
j Perry Henry W. shoemaker, 61 North, house do. 
j Perry Horatio Mrs. house 45 Derby 
I Perry Horatio B. gunsmith, Blaney, house 7 Curtis 
Perry Ittai, pilot, house 22 Derby 
Perry Ittai Mrs. house 21 Carlton 

Perry John, captain, house 89 Bridge [h. 13 Hardy! 

Perry (J. W.J & Endicott fJV. C.J, counsellors, 182 Essex,! 
Pervier Jeremiah, shoemaker, house 8 Conant 
Peters Frances Mrs. house 26^ Winthrop 
Peters Mary O. milliner, boards 218 Essex 
Peterson Charles, mariner, house 10 Prince 
Peterson John, laborer, house 38 Derby 
Peterson Jr,hn A. shoemaker, house 8 Broad 
Peterson Joseph, police officer, house 163 Bridge 
Peterson Payson W. currier, 428 Essex, house 280 do. 
Peterson Piiscilla, -widow, house 8 Broad 
Peterson Thomas S. mariner, house 10 Creek 
Pettey Caroline, widow, house 1 Turner 

Pet^ingill George, farmer, h. Ledge Hill, n. Harmony Grove 
Pettingill Eliza E. house 5 Woodbury court 
Pettingill Mrs. widow, house North, corner Orne 
Pew George W. door maker, house 26 Lafayette 
Phalen Ann Mrs. house 89 North 
Phelps Charles, bsll hanger, 84 Federal, house 1 do. 
Phelps Isiael R. ( W. Phelpsjr. A- Co.), house 6 Whittemore 
Phelps John P. ( \V. Phelpsjr. £^ Co.), house 8 Lynde 
Phelps Joseph, house 16'J Boston 
Phelps William jr. & Co. (Juhn P. <&• Israel R.J, sash and blind 

makers, 84 Federal, house 16 River 
Phelps William, hou>e 1 Federal 
Philbrick Ann, widow, h'>use 33 Union 
Philbrick John, mariner, house 30 Union 
Phillips Edward B. tailor, -211 Essex, house 9 Salem 
Phillips Elizabeth Mrs. house 17 Chestnut 



144 SALEM [P] DIRECTORY. 



Phillips George, rigger, house 38 St. Peter 

Phillips Henry B. iiiachinist, house 28 Lafayette 

Phillips John, at Oil Factory, house 64 North 

Phillips John, captain, house 28 Charter 

Phillips Lemuel, shipwright, house 19 Turner 

Phillips Samuel jr. clerk"(B,). house 85 Lafayette 

Phillips Stephen C. merchant, Phillips wharf, h. 17 Chestnut 

Phillips (Stephen H.) & Gillis (James A.), counsellors, 22 Asi 
atic Building, house 17 Chestnut 

Phillips Willard P. merchant,Phillips wharf, house 311 Essex 

Phillips William A. inspector, C. H. house at Svvampscott 

Phippen Abraham, laborer, house Laboratory 

Phippen Abraham jr., laborer, boards 55 North 

Phippen Abraham 'W. currier, house rear i3 Lynn 

Phippen Ann, house 18 Norman 

Phippen Benjamin, cooper, house 25 Hardy 

Phippen Benjamin H. house 15 Cambridge 

Phippen Benjamin C. baker, house 188 Derby 

Phippen Benjamin F. cooper, house 25 Hardy 

Phippen David, seaman, boards 188 Derby 

Phippen Edward A. laborer, house 55 North 

Phippen George D. bookkeeper Salem Bank, house 92 Bridge 

Phippen Hardy, house 38 Pleasant 

Phippen Israel, captain, house 6 Becket 

Phippen Joseph H. .shoemaker, house 14 Hathorne 

Phippen Joshua, 2D Derby square, house 19 Carlton- 

Phippen J. Hardy, cashier Mercantile Bank, house 94 Bridge 

Phippen (Joshua A.) & Endicott (Charles), merchants, 61 

Union, house 339 Essex 
Phippen Nathaniel, cooper, house 25 Hardy 
Phippen Niles T. laborer, house Laboratory 
Phippen Robert A., Laboratory, house 24 Mechanic 
Phippen Robert A. house 22 Forrester 
Phipps Harriet, widow, house rear 74 Mill 
Phipps John A. captain, house 25 Becket 
Phipps John A. jr. mariner, house 25 Becket 
Phipps (Joseph) & Pickering (Ja7nes), curriers, r. 180 Federal, 

house 59 Endicott 
Phipps Samuel, laborer, boards 59 Broad 
Phipps Sarah, widow, house rear 9 Rust 
Phipps Thomas P. tanner, house 2 Hamilton 
Pickering Benj. F. shoemaker, house 25 Summer 
Pickering Harrison, clerk, 37 Lafayette, boards do. 
Pickering Jackson H. provisions, South Market, 37 Lafayette, 
house 35 Lafayette j 

Pickering James, (Phipps <Sr Pickering ),\).. Prescott, n. Summer 
Pickering John, broker, 40 State (B.), house 18 Broad 



SA.LEM [P] DIRECTORY. 145 



Pickering John jr. clerk, lo3 Essex, house 81 Summer 

Pickering AVilliam, 29 Peabody, house 27 Harbor 

Pickering Win jr. provisions and groceries, 129 Derbv, boards 

27 Harbor 
Pickraan Sophia Mrs. house 312 Essex 
Pickman William, house 328 Essex 

Pickiuan "Wm. D. merchant, Asiatic building, h. 27 Chestnut 
Pierce Anstiss D. Mrs. house 6o Lafayette 
Pierce Charles H. shoemaker, house 13 Flint 
Pierce Charles H. boards Dodge 
Pierce Edward, shoemaker, house rear lo River 
Pierce Leonard, provisions. Bridge, c. Pleasant, h. at Beverly 
Pierce Mark, house Dodge 

Pierce Samuel B. 57 Hanover (B.), house 65 Lafayette 
Pike Willia n B. weigher and ganger. Custom House, house 18 
Pillsbury Lucy Mrs. house 310 Essex [Crombie 

Pinel Philip P. captain, house 44 Federal 
Pingree Annar Miss, house ST Bridge 
Pingree David, merchant, 172 Essex, house 128 do. 
Pingree Hannah, house 8 Federal 
Pingree Rufus D. hairdresser, 22 Derby sq. h. 8 Saunders 

Pingree Thomas P. merchant, 61 Un on, house 6 Broad 

Pingree Thomas P. 3d, merchant, 145 Essex, house 128 do. 

Pingree T. Perkins jr. counsellor, 243^ Essex, b. Essex House 

Pinkham Charles H. apothecary, 288 Essex, house 12 North 

Pmkham Lydia, widow, house 29 Forrester 

Pinkham Mary H. dressmaker, house 173 Federal 

Pitman Benjamin, bookkeeper Asiatic Bank, h. 11 Andover 

Pitman Harriet Mrs. nurse, house 14 Norman 

Pitman Henry, currier, boards 4 Boston 

Pitman John C. currier, 5 Pope's court, house 12 Boston 

Pitman John H. currier, house 3 Boston 

Pitman Mark, house 327 Essex 

Pitman Mary, widow, house 178 Federal 

Pitman Nathaniel, currier, 24 Boston, house 418 Essex 

Pitman Samuel, house 4 Boston 

Pitman Samuel jr. currier, Gordhue, house 183 Federal 

Pitman Sophia, widow, house 312 Essex 

Pitman William, tanner, house 408 Esse.x 

Pitman William, house 328 Essex 

Pitman William H. painter, house 16 Norman 

Pitts Darling, teamster, 2 Lafayette, house 30 Winthrop 

Pitts Eliza, widow, house 29 Williams 

Pitts Henry Mrs. house 7 Park. 

Pitts Nathaniel, teamster, Lafayette, cor. Front, h. 14 Ward 

Pitts Otis, teamster, house 58 Endicott 

Pitts Thomas, stouemason, house 4 Winter 



146 SALEM [P] DIRECTORY. 



lander John G. provisions, 116 Derby, house 16 Cuitis 
Plum Eliza P. Mrs. variety store, 117 Essex, house do. 
Plumnier Albert, shoemaker, 161 Essex, house 21 Northey 
Plummer Hannah, widow, house 174 Federal 
f-'lummer James, mariner, house 21 Northey 
Plummer Moses, blacksmith, house 21 Northey 
Plummer Moses J. boots and shoes, 161 Essex, h. 21 Northey 
Plummer Rhoda Mrs. variety store, 248 Essex, house do. 
Plummer William, tanner, house 101 North 
Plummer William H. ropemaker, house Barton ct. 
Plummer Wm. H. teamster, boards 101 North 
Plummer Wm. K. dentist, 208 Essex, house 25 Lafayette 
Pollock James, laborer, house 21 High 
Pollock Samuelj laborer, house 11 Prince 
Pollock Thomas, laborer, house 12 Prince 
Pomeroy Arad Mrs. house 14 Dow 
Pond James S. dry goods, 29 Lafayette, house 2 Ward 
Pond John V. millinery and fancy goods, 276 Essex, h. 269 do. 
Pond Joseph P. house"^388 Essex' 

Pool Adaline Mrs. house 7 Central 
Poole Mary Mrs. house 1 Holly 

Poole Nathan, shoe manufacturer, 22 Winthrop, house 1 Holly 

Poor James, currier, house 60 Broad 

Poor James, house 13 Prince 

Poor Sarah, widow, house 154 Boston 

Poor William, tanner, Goodhue, house 156 Boston 

Pope Eleazer, tanner, rear 37 Boston, house 98 do. 

Pope Hannah, widow, house Beaver, n. opp. Beaver lane 

Pope John R. tanner, house Goodhue 

Pope Maria, house 1 Hardy 

Pope Misses, house 54 Federal 

Pope Rebecca Mrs. nurse, house 8 Ward 

Pope Thomas S. mariner, house 157 Bridge 

Pope William A. tanner, house 93 Boston 

Pope William F. mariner, house 8 Ward 

Porter Ann B. tailoress, house 6 Ash 

Porter Benj. P. tanner and currier, house r. 59 Warren 

Porter Frederick, provisions, 17 St. Peter, h. North, c. Nursery 

Porter Hathorne Mrs. house 58 Federal 

Porter John D. shipwright, house 51 St. Peter 

Porter Joseph G. carpenter, house Botts court 

Porter Martha A. teacher, house 58 Federal 

Porter Mary Mrs. house 17 Creek 

Porter William R. tanner, house 4 School 

Potter (Daniel) & Peirson {Geo. if. j, blacksmiths. West place, 
house 343 Essex 

Potter Francis A. mariner, house 8 Hardy 



SALEM [P] PIEECTORY. 147 



Potter James F. (Honeycomb (Sr F.j, house 9 Fowler 

Potter Jesse F. captain, house 14 Union 
i Potter Joseph, expressman, 34 Front, house 23 Union 
'Potter Wm. 0. captain, house 6 Federal 
jPousland Abigail Mrs. house 5 Salem 
[Pousland Edward, captain, house 17 Dearborn 
iPousland George A. (J. W. Rhoades &; Co.), h. 100 Lafayette 

Pousland George "W. captain, house 102 Lafayette 
1 Pousland Joseph, mariner, house 3 Salem 
'Pousland Thomas D. cigar maker, house 58 Charter 
! Pousland Thos. J. shoemaker, h. end Prospect 
iPousland "William, captain, house 90 Lafayette 

Powell Nathaniel, mariner, house 67 Mill 
'Powers Catharine, widow, house 24 Peabody 

Powers Edward, currier, house 14 Oak 

Powers Eliza, widow, house 12 English 

Powers James, laborer, house Grove 
I Powers James, laborer, house 36 Mill 
I Powers James, laborer, house foot Phelps court 
j Powers John, currier, house Fowler 
j Powers John, currier, house Adams 

Powers Michael, currier, house 130 North 
I Powers Stephen, pilot, house 12 English 
{Pratt Benjamin, house 6 Church 
i Pratt Caleb, tanner, house 7 Beach 
I Pratt Caroline, widow, house 218 Essex 

Pratt Charles W. jeweller, 231 Essex, house 23 Cedar 
I Pratt Elisha, currier, house 12 Oak 

Pratt George W. currier, house 12 Oak 

Pratt Harriet, widow, house 23 Cedar 

Pratt Henry J, dr.uggist, 141 Essex, house 4 Liberty 

Pratt John, house 60 Lafayette 

Pratt John W. farmer, house rear 130 Lafayette 

Pratt ReUef Mrs. house 12 Union 
'Pratt Samuel, farmer, house rear 130 Lafayette 
iPratt William, toll gatherer, house Salem turnpike 
jPray Isaac C. shoebinder, 16 Lafayette, house 2 Leach 

Presby f William A.J & Fearing (E. P.j, dry goods, 228 Essex, 
I b. Essex House 
IPrescott David, mason, house Beaver court 

Prescott William C. counsellor, 27 Washington, h. 15 Winter 

Prescott Sarah E. house 9 Pond 

Preston John, baker, 53 Summer, house 1 Mt. Yernon 
[Preston Jonathan, tinplate worker, 12 Central, h. 55 Summer 
I Preston Jonathan jr. 12 Central, house 62 Summer 

Preston Joseph Mrs. house 67 Essex 

Preston Richard, ropemaker, house 20 Osgood 



148 SALEM [P] DIEECTORY. 



fieaton Sarah, widow, house 53 Suminer 

Preston William, mas.'fi, boards 4 Mill 

Price Augustus E. millinery, trimiuings and dry goods, 220 
Essex, house 18 Church 

Price Charles (Pease ^ P. J, house 11 High 

Price Charl. s H. (Browne & P.J, house t364 Ess^x 

Price Eben. N. trunk and harness maker, 2.-;7 Essex, house 81 
Summer 

Price Edward, clerk, 193 Essex, boards 10 Hathorne 

Price Henry A. baker, house Pratt, corner Endicott 

Price John, house 10 Norman 

Price Joseph house 81 Summer 

Price Mary B Mrs. house 10 Plathorne 

Price Mary E. house 10 Hathorne 

Price Moses S. teamster, house rear Aborn 

Price William, ropemaker, house Pratt, corner Endicott 

Prime Abby, widow, house ■/4 brown 

Prime B. Franklin, tanner, boards Melcher court 

Prime D. Nelson, mariner, housf 21 Beckfoid 

Prime David N. Mrs house Mekher court 

Prime James M, grocer, 115 North, house 113^ do. 

Tiime (Thomas H.J, Kenny (J. A.J, & Co. (John Jewett), 
dealers in mahogany, fancy wood, furniture and veneers, 
City Mills, 37 to 43 Mill, house 10 Margin 

Prince EHzabeth, widow, house 16 Pickman 

Prince John, baker, house 27 Williams , 

Prince John jr. mariner, house 26 Howard 

Prince John Mrs. house 298 Essex 

Prince Nathaniel W, currier, house Albion 

Prince Susan S. house 27 Williams 

Prince Thomas, bookbinder, boards 21 Lafayette 

Prince William H. physician, house 298 Essex 

Proctor Daniel, house 14 Herbert 

Proctor Elizabeth M. Mrs. house 404 Essex 

Proctor Eliza Mrs. house 63 Harbor 

Proctor Mary, widow, house 14 Herbert 

Proctor Mary A. Miss, house 136 Boston 

Proctor Nicholas, laborer, house 12 Walter 

Proctor William, shoemaker, house Cabot, n. Cedar 

Prior Lawrence, currier, house 29 Boston 

Pulsifer Charles H. painter, 51 Boston, house rear 95 do. 

Pulsifer David, house 9 Federal 

Pulsifer D. & J. {David jr. &; Joseph), painted carpet ware- 
house, 14 North, and paiiiters, 25 Front, D.'s h. 20 Lynde 

Pulsifer Ebenezer, carpenter, house 23 Oliver 

Pulsifer Eben jr. carpet painter, house rear 9 Lemon 

Pulsifer Edward B. clerk, boards 20 Lynde 



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Pulsifer Elizabeth F. dressmaker, hcuse rear 9 Lemon 

Pulsifer Joseph (D. ^c J. Pu/sifei), house 52 Lafayette 

Pulsifer Joseph \V. boards 52 Lafavette 

Pu'sifer Lydia P. Mrs. house 40 Federal 

Pulsifer Sarah E. dressmaker, house 9 Lemon 

Pul>ifer iS'ath'I, painter and carpet maniif. 11 Spring, h. 9 do. 

Punchard Jesse S. painter, Endicott, opp. Margin, house 15 

Winthrop 
Punchard John, house 116 Federal 

Punchard Jonathan P. g..iter boot manuf. 24 "Winthrop, h. do. 
Purbeck Aaron Mrs. house 26 Ward 
Purbeck Harriet, teacher, house rear 10 Church 
Purbeck William, captain, house rear 10 Church 
Puibeck William A. merchant tailor, 267 Es>ex, h. 5 Ilarbor 
Putnam Allen, house 35 Warren 
Putnam Amos P. carpenter. 3 Beach, house 1 Oak 
Putnam Caroline E. hair work manuf. 175;^ Es^ex 
Putnam Charles A. engineer, 251 E>sex, hi-use 59 do. 
Putnam Charles F. horticulturalist, house Orne 
Putnam David, h-use 242 E>sex 

' Putnaui Eben, boards 33 Summer 

' Putnam Francis, florist, hou^e 59 Essex 
Putnam George, druggist, 275 Essex, house Orne 

\ Putnam George, house 9 Oak 

i Putnam George F. {J. Puttiam iSr Co.) boards 94 Boston 

j Putnam Hannah P. millinery, 291 Essex, house 293 do. 

I Putnam Israel, house 69 Mill 

I Putnam Jacob & Co. (G. F. Putnam), tanners and curriers, 63 

Boston, house 94 do. 
Putnam James H. brickmaker, house 149 North 
Puti am James S. tanner, Goodhue, house 94 Boston 

j Putnam John P. house 13 Walnut 

j Putnam Joseph, brick manuf. 10 Franklin, house 14 Sewall 

i Putnam Joseph H. house 9 Oak 

j Putnam Marg-.retS. iNirs. house 114 Essex 

! Putnam Mary, house 5 J Broad 

'Putnam Xathan, wood and bark. 157 Derby, house 2 Winthrop 
Putnam Perley, c.immissioner of streets, house 10 Andrew 

i Putnam Perley Z. M. P. Mrs. house 16 Lemon 

I Putnam Sally, widow, house Aborn 

QUARLES SAMUEL, merchant, house 4 Church 
Quarles William A. c.erk, boards 4 Church 
Quimby Ann Maria, music teacher, house 48 Federal 
Quimby E. Hervey, clerk, house 48 Federal 
Quimby Elisha, physician, house 48 Federal 



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Quimby Moses, house 4 at the F. R. Lead Mills 

Quinn Charles, laborer, house 4-5 Harbor 

Quinn Lawrence, tanner, boards rear 95 Boston 

Quinn Patrick, currier, house 82 Mason 

Quinn Patrick, clothing and boarding, house 146 Derby 

Quinn Patrick, currier, house 15 Kiver 

Quinn (7%o/Ha5) & Kelley {Jwnes), tailors, 184 Essex, house 

56 Cli=irter 
Quinn William, peddler, house 15 Daniels 

RADFORD BENJAMIN F. shoemaker, house 25 Winthrop 

Radford Charles F. shoemaker, house 10 Peabody 

Radford John, shoemaker, house 56 Endicott 

Radford Martha Mrs. house 13 Pond 

RafFerty William Mrs. house 57 Turner 

Rafter Michael, currier, house 79 Mason 

Ragan William, laborer, house Pratt 

Ralihan Patrick, currier, house 141 Boston 

Ralihan Thomas, currier, house 143 Boston 

Ramsdell Alexander, ropemaker, house 1 Turner 

Ramsdell Arthur W. mariner, house 20 Cedar 

Ramsdell Joshua B. ropemaker, boards 1 Turner 

Ramsdell William (Cal.), house 8 Walnut 

Ramsdell William, sawyer. City Mills, house 82 Mill 

Ramsdell William G. captain, house 10 Cedar 

Rand Augustus, stonecutter, house 55 Lafayette 

Randall Edward H, tinsmith, house 8 Andrew 

Randall Moses D. teacher of music, house 8 Andrew 

Randall Samuel Mrs. house 28 Buffum 

Randolph Nancy, widow, house 15 Pond 

Rantoul Roberts, counsellor, 22 Asiatic block, h. at Beverly 

Rawson Charles E. shoemaker, house Melcher court 

Raymond Alfred A. blacksmith, house rear Buffum 

Raymond Elizabeth, house 8 Creek 

Rea Edward H. house 46 Broad 

Rea Edward H. tailor, house 14 Howard 

Rea Samuel G. merchant, house 45 Washington 

Rea Sarah Mrs. house 45 Washington 

Read Andrew, laborer, house rear E. Webb 

Read George F. teacher, house 42 Buffum 

Read Henry J. engineer, house 33 Salem 

Read Hem y L. carpenter, house 23 Warrert 

Read J hn, house 87 Federal [house 43 Forrester 

Read John F. fruit and vegetables, 7, 8 and 9 Market House, 

Read Warren A. butter and cheese, 10 and 11 Market House, 

house 12 Mason 
Readey Anstiss T. Mrs. house 202 Derby 



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Readey William, boarding, house 202 Derby 
Real Frederick E. laborer, house 31 Hardy 
Reardon John, laborer, house rear 30 P^-abody 
Reardon Patrick, laborer, house Phillips 
Reaves Abigail, house 70 No'th 
Reaves George, house 70 North 
Redding Elizabeth Mrs. house 56 North 
Redmond Bridget, widow, house 100 Mason 
Redmond John, currier, house 95 Mason 
(Redmond John {Donovan ^- R.), house 21 Fowler 
j Redmond Miles, laborer, house 12 Derby 
I Reed David, cook, house 54 Forrester 
iReed Hannah, widow, house 408 Essex 
I Reed John, City Hotel, 175 Bridge 
jReed Joseph, porter at depot, house 11 Endicott 
i Reed Lydia, htuse 354 Essex 
iReed Mary Mrs. nurse, house 13 Warren 
iReed Nathaniel Mrs. house 90 Federal 
jReed Richard B. postman, house 13 Warren 
IReed Samuel, carpenter, house 9 Barr 
iReed Sarah Mrs, house 1 Daniels 
'Reed Sarah "W. nurse, house 42 Bridge 

Reed Thomas, candle maker, boards 8 Prince 
iReed Thomas, shoemaker, house 66 Mill 
iReed William, carpet cleaner, house 48 Buffum 
i Reeves Edward, painter, house 37 Pleasant 

Reeves John, cooper, house Walnut 

Reeves Robert, ropemaker, house 37 Pleasant 

Reeves William, salesman, house lU Church 

Reeves William, grocer, 20 Essex, house do. 
jReith Ann Mrs. house 16 Federal 
i Reith William, clerk, 153 Essex, house 16 Federal 
JRemon Simon, 26 Front, boards 8 Creek 

Remon Elizabeth, widow, house 8 Creek 

Remon John C. cooper, house 11 Norman 

Remond Charles L. house 9 Dean 

Remond John, old wines, cordials, &c. 5 Higginson sq. h. do 

Remond John L. house 59 Summer 

Remond (3/. J.) & Babcock (C), hair work, 188^ Essex, house 
5 Higginson square 

Rennard Frederick W. laborer, house Barr, beyond School 

Restell Elizabeth, house 13 Briggs 

Restell John, cigar maker, house 5 North court 

Reynolds John P. mason, house 13 Northey 

Reynolds Moses C. 20 Front, house 65 Lafayette 

Reynolds Thomas, tanner, house 170 Federal 

Rhodes Amos H. engineer, house 58 Harbor 



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; Rhodes Crispus, shoe store, 46 Derby, house Palfrey court 

I Rhodes John W & Co. (G. A. Pouslaud), painters, 20 Pea 

] body, house 30 Andrew 

Rial John F. rigger, house 4 Heibert 

Rice Henry, snilnidker, house 17A Carlton 
j R'f-e John, tailor, house 13 Lynn 
I Rich Joshua, fisherman, house 20 Carlton 

Rich N. A. dressmaker, 5 Central, house do. 
j Richards George S. Mrs. house 4 Mill 
[ Richards Lewis D, clerk, S. I. P. house Green place 

Richards Lydia Mrs. house 2-5 High 

Richards Sanford M. house 31 Lafayette 

Richards Thomas, baker, boards 89 Essex 

R'.chards Warren, clerk, boards 12 Harbor 

Richardson Alonzo, house 7 Whitteniore (Csl.) 

Richardson Bodwell, laborer, house 7 Uphara 

Richardson Charles, hou^e 2 North Pine 

Richard-on Chas. M. {Adams, Richardso7i ^ Co.), h. 31 Broad 

Richardson Jeremiah, boots, shoes and rubbers, 213 Essex, h 
2 River 

Richardson Jeremiah J. clerk, 29 Front, house 55^ Broad 

Richardson Lydia, lailoress, house 27 Norman 

Richardson Lydia Mrs. nursn, house 108 Bridge 

Richaidson Mary, widow, house 26 Dearborn 

Richardson William H. teamster, house Beaver lane 

Richers Henry, captain, house 10 Broad 

RicKer Morrill, mason, house 56 Endicott 

Richer Oliver P. coal, wnod, &c. 29 Peabody, house 22 Winter 

R deout Justin, clerk, 16 Asiatic buil ling, house 4 Beutley 
j Rideout Nathaniel, carpenter , house 4 Bentley 
jRideoiit Ruth, widow, house Prospect 
I Rider Henry, captain, house 152 Federal 

Rider Joseph Mrs. house 152 Federal 

Rider Joshua O, mariner, house 152 Federal 
Riley Cornelius, laborer, house 188 Dei by 
Riley David, paper carrier, house I North Pine 

Riley James, laborer, house 21 Daniels 

Riley James, tanner and currier, rear Mason and 14 Franklin 

house 47 Broad 
Riley John, laborer, house Dodge 
Riley Margarer, wid..Av, hou-e 2)0 Derby 
Riley M'tthcw, la>*orer, house 21 Daniels 
Ri ey Patrick, laboter, house 2 )0 Derby 
Ring David, laborer, house 10 Peabody 
Ring Mary, tailoress, house 46 Chaiter 
Rinks John, ship keeper, house rear 7 Turner 
Roach David, coachman, 136 Essex 



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Roach John, hostler, house 10 High street court 

Robbins Nathaniel C. house 2 Pickman 

Robbins N. O Mrs. house 167 Boston 

Robbins Thomas A. house 167 lioston 

Robbins William S. mariner, house 23 School 

Roberts Charles, house Prospect 

Roberts David, counsellor, 19 Asiatic building, h. 21 Winter 

Roberts George, teamster, house oo Derby 

Roberts Hannah Mrs. house 24 Meclianic 

Roberts Henry O. clerk, 145 Essex, house 24 Mechanic 

Roberts John, butcher, Boston, hou-e Piospect 

R (berts John jr. butcher, house Prospect Hill 

Roberts Joseph W. housewright, house 12 Herbert, 

Roberts Mary W. widow, house Prospect 

Roberts Stephen H. teamster, house 8 Walnut 

Roberts William, house 91 Federal 

Roberts William S. mason, house 12 St. Peter 

Robertson S. W. & Co. ^oap and candle manuf. r. 44 Boston, 

house 44 do. 
Robes Jonathan, shoemaker, house Boston, near Beaver lane 
Robinson Henry, mariner, house 4 Becket 
Robinson John Mrs. house 2 Chestnut 
Robinson Lucy Ann, seamstress, house 91 Lafayette 
Robinson Maitha C. Mrs. house 23 Church 
Robinson Peter A. mariner, house 9 High street court 
Robinson Sylvester C. house 138 Federal 
Rock John, oyster saloon, 142 F.ssex, house 176 Derby 
Rocko Matthew, mariner, house 11 Becket 
Rodigrass John, gilder, house 23 Hardy 
Rogers Albert, laborer, house 57 Broad 
Rogers Augustus, house 6 May 

Rogers Augustus D. counsellor, 150 Essex, house 376 do. 
Rogers Benjamin F. provisions, house 11 Hardy 
Rogers Charles D. mariner, house 11 Gedney court 
Rogers Edward S. house 376 Essex 
Rogers Jacob C. house 133 Esstx 
liogers Joseph, mariner, house Boyd, rear Pingree 
Rogers Joseph P. sal :on, 41 Derby, house 90 Essex 
Rogers Lucinda Mrs. house 27 Turner 
Rogers Mary Mrs. nurse, house 114 Bridge 
Rogers Nathaniel L. merchant, house 376 Essex 
Rogers Phebe, widow, house 6 Park 
Rogers Richard D iuercl;ant, house 136 Essex 
Rogers Richard S. metchaiit, hou-e 2 '4 Essex 
Rogers Russell, laborer, house 7 Fowler 
Rogers Samuel, mariner, house 7 Park 
Rogers Seabury F. confectionery, 170 Essex, house 16 St. Peter 



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Rogers Thomas, laborer, house 77 Derby 

Rogers Tristram G. shoemaker, North, near the Bridge, house 

30 BufFum 
Rogers William C. merchant, house 204 Essex 
Rogers William M. law student, 27 Washington, h. at Byfield 
Roles Bracket L. shoemaker, boards 2 Franklin 
Roles George S. carpenter, boards 2 Franklin 
I Roles Samuel, shoemaker, house 2 Franklin 
I Roles Samuel jr. dyer, 7 Franklin, house 12 Mechanic 
I Rollins John B. machinist, boards 21 Lafayette 
I Rollins Sarah. J. Mrs. boarding house, 21 Lafayette 
Ronan Michael, laborer, house rear 28 Congress 
Ronan William H. mariner, boards 28 Peabody 
Rooth Henry, piano tuner, 232 Essex, boards Mansion House 
Ropes Benjamin A. mess. Savings Bank, house 106 Derby 
Ropes Charles A. fR. W. Ropes ^ Co.), house foot of Dearborn 
Ropes Elizabeth Mrs. house 7 Becket 
Ropes Fanny, widow, house 18 Williams 

Ropes George, clerk, Central wharf, h. Essex, corner Beckford 
Ropes George N. captain, house 85 Essex 
Ropes Hannah Mrs. house 23 Dearborn 
Ropes Hannah H. house 313 Essex 
Ropes Henry, treasurer Savings Bank, house 106 Derby 
Ropes James, Register of Probate, house 26 Dearborn 
Ropes John F. mariner, house 76 Mill 
Ropes John T. & Co. {William Ropes), stoves, &c. 17 and 19 

Front, house 7 Monroe 
Ropes Jonathan, shoemaker, house 78 Mill 
Ropes Jonathan jr. shoemaker, house 126 Boston 
Ropes Lucy Jane Mrs. dressmaker, house 6 Winthrop 
Ropes Maria, house 21 Washington 
Ropes Mary, widow, house 78 Mill 
Ropes Mary Mrs. house 28 Williams 
Ropes Reuben W. & Co. {Charles A. ^ Ripley Ropes), flour and 

grain, 165 Derby, house 18 Williams 
Ropes Ripley {R. W. Ropes &; Co.), house 106 Lafayette 
Ropes Samuel Mrs. house 8 Chestnut 
Ropes Samuel, captain, house 64 Summer 
Ropes Sarah G. house 373 Essex 
Ropes Timothy, crockery, glass, and hardware, 214 Essex, 

house 1 Pine 
Ropes William {J. T. Ropes &; Co.), house 6 Andrew 
Ropes William, shoemaker, boards 78 Mill 
R)se Daniel R. ship joiner, boards 13 Harbor 
Rose Harriet Mrs. house 7 Chestnut 

Rose Joseph Mrs. house 13 Harbor [head 

Rose Joseph, vegetables, 5 & 6 Market House, house at Marble- 



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Rose Martha A. dry goods, 12 Harbor, house 13 do. 

Rose William S. Mrs" house 19 Washington 

Ross Alexander, coach driver, house 70 Washington j 

Ross Ann C. Mrs. house 19 Williams 

Ross Daniel, coachman, house 10 Northey 

Ross James, teamster, house rear 18 Beckford 

Ross James D. teamster, house Phelps court 

Ross James H. coachman, house 18 Beckford 

Ross Joseph, tanner, house Phelps court 

Ross Joseph H. painter, house Phelps court 

Ross Nathaniel, hairdresser, 10 Boston, house 2 Beach 
IRoss William S. teamster, house 38 Broad 
'Roth Peter, stonecutter, house 32 Union 
IRoundey Thomas, cooper, 10 Lafayette, house 79 Summer 
JRoundy Charles, captain, house 47 Lafayette 
jRourk Thomas, laborer, house 30 Ward 
jRourk Thomas, laborer, house rear 22 Congress 

Rowe Esther ISlrs. house 15 Briggs 
iRowe George, gum picker, house 8 Turner 

iRowe Joseph S. hairdresser, 35 Washington, corner Essex, 
! house 5 Margin 
'Rowell Benjamin, painter, house 16 Upham 

Rowell Edward, cooper, Webb's wharf, house 17 Becket 
JRowell Frederick, cigar maker, house 10 Becket 
: Rowell Joseph, mariner, house 68 Bridge 
IRowell Samuel, salesman (B.), house 8 Williams 
iRubashoe Paul, ship carpenter, house 18 Congress 
{Ruee Benjamin, cooper, house 9 Walnut 
IRuee Henry A. carpenter, house 10 Howard 

Ruee Philip B. clerk, 196 Essex, house 10 Howard 

Ruee Sarah, widow, house 9 Walnut 

Ruee Thomas, keg maker, boards 9 Walnut 

Rumsell Catharine, widow, house 49 Derby 
iRuliff James B. mariner, house 129 North 
iRupp Andrew, currier, rear 33 Boston, house 164 Federal 
IRupp Frederick, currier, house 17 Hathorn 
iRush Francis, currier, house end of Beaver court 
I Russell Benjamin Mrs. house 11 Pickman 
1 Russell Benjamin W. clerk, Salem Bank, boards 11 Pickman 

Russell Emily Mrs. house 152 Derby 

Russell Ephraim, baker, house 61 Charter 

Russell George, clerk, E. R. R. depot (B.), house 126 Essex 

Russell {Henry) & White (5. R.), masons, St. Peter court, 
house 18 Brown 

Russell John, pump and block maker, 48 Union, house 43 
Broad 

Russell John B. house Prospect Hill (Cal.) 



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Russell John Mrs. house 22 Lafayette 

Russell John H. shoemaker, Louse 72 Mill 

Russell John H. mariner, house 5 Gardner 

Russell John L. Rev. huuse 22 Lafayette 

Russell John W. carpenter, hf)use 53 Essex 

Russell Mary Mrs. house 97 Essex 

Russell Susan Mrs, nurse, house 17 Union 

Russell Thomas B. naodel maker (B.), house 354 Essex 

Russell William, job wagon. Front, house 29 Norman 

Russell William, laborer, house 152 Derby 

Russell Willi im H. clerk, 5 ct. Savings Bank, boards 18 Brown 

Rust Francis A. P. teamster, house 59 Lafayette 

Rust Horace, bath house, 148 Biidge, and keeper Lyceum Hall, 

house 4 North court 
Rust Lydia J. house 2 Rust 
Rust Sarah G. widow, house 59 Lafayette 
Rust Susan, widow, house 72 Essex 
Ruth James, painter, house 10 Herbert 
Ruth John, operative, boards 4 Pingree 
Ruth Richard, carpenter, house 26 Congress 
Ryan David, currier, house Salem Turnpike 
Ryan Dorcas C. Mrs. nurse, house 14 Briggs 
Ryan James, currier, house Grove 
Ryan James, tanner, house 129 Boston 
Ryan James, laborer, house 1 Rubber P'actory 
Ryan John, clothes cleaner, 9.^ St. Peter, house 13 do. 
Ryan Joseph, currier, house Revcie 
Ryan Kenneday, currier, house 21 Warren 
Ryan Michael, laborer, house 329 Essex 
Ryan Michael, laborer, house 405 Essex 
Ryan Patrick, laborer, house 11 Whittemore 
Ryan Patrick, tanner, house Phelps court 
Ryan Robert, currier, house A born 
Ryan Thomas, shoemaker, boards 13 St. Peter 
Ryan William, laborer, house 24 High 
Ryan William, currier, house 411 Essex 
Ryer Ann, nurse, house 27 Norman 

SADLER GEORGE G. boiler maker, house 16 Salem 

Sadler Joseph D. painter, house 81) Bridge 

Sdifurd D. E. counsellor, 24 Asiatic block, house at Hamilton 

Saiford Elizabeth E. teacher, house 33 Essex 

Sartor. I Jaines O. merchant (B.), house 19 Brown 

Salford John B. machinist, boards Botls court 

3aiford Jo^^hua, house 21 Mall 

Satford Joshua F. captain, house 6 Laboratory 



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SafFord Martha O. and Harriet P. house 152 Boston 

Saflford Samuel A. house 21 Chestnut 

Safford Thomas R coachman, house Bott's court 

Sa^e John, mariner, house 1 Daniels 

Saltonstall Henry, house 17 Pleasant, corner Andrew 

Saltonstall Leverett Mrs. house 39 Chestnut 

Saltonstall Nathaniel Mrs. house 43 Chestnut 

Saltonstall William, house 43 Chestnut 

Sanborn Alonzo, restorator, 17 Central, house 8^ Turner 

Sanborn Anne, widow, house Orne 

Sanborn Benjamin B. carpenter, house 6 Bentley 

Sanborn Franklin T. (G. ^ F. T. Sanborn), h. 31 Forrester 

Sanborn George & F. T. coal and wood, 115 Derby, h. 3 Turner 

Sanborn Hiram, cooper, house 6 Allen 

Sanborn James, tanner and currier, rear Mason, house Orne 

Sanborn John Mrs. house 16 Ward 

Sanborn Joseph W. tanner, house 89 North 

Sanborn Mark, hair dealer, house 11 Buft'am 

Sanborn Mary Ann, widow, house 6 Allen 

Sanborn Osgood, clerk Post Office, house 5 Becket 

Sanborn Theophilus, house 5 Becket 

Sanborn Washington T. carpenter, house 11 BufFum 

Sanders George T. Mrs. house 292 Essex 

Sanderson John, cabinet maker, 122 Federal, house do. 

S-tnderson John A. carpenter, boards 122 Federal 

Sanderson John W. machine sewing, 25 Daniels, house do. 

Sanger Edward H. baker and caterer, 416 Essex, house do. 

Sanger George F. house 4 Cherry 

Sargent Ezra D. boards 35 Summer 

Sargent Pcufus K. architect, 24:^ Washington 

Sargent Winthrop Mrs. house 35 Summer 

Saul John, watchman, house 7 Gedney court 

Saul John S. carpenter, house Green place 

Saul Joseph, tailor, house 1 Lagrange 

Saul Thomas, mariner, house 7 Mount Vernon 

Saunders Ambrose S. C. apothecary, 242 Essex, h. 38 Summer 

Saunders Charles H. mariner, house 5 Cedar 

Saunders Charles H. hardware, 34 Union (B), h. 14 Andrew 

Saunders Charles K, P. carpenter, house 109 Boston 

Saunders David E. house 8 Winter 

Saunders Delia, house 6 Norman 

Saunders George M. mariner, house 20 Andrew 

Saunders Henry T. clerk (B.), house 5 Cedar 

Saunders James, fisherman, house Neck 

Saunders Jeremiah, currier, house 27 Beaver 

Saunders John, wines, &c. 9 Derby square, house 6 North court 

Saunders Lewis, Salem and Lawrence express, 10 Washington 

11 



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Saunders Lydia, dressmaker, house 6 Norman 

Saunders Margaret, nurse, house 343 Essex 

Saunders Mary A. Mrs. house 5 Cedar 

Saunders Oliver H. captain, house 5 Cedar 

Saunders Philip H. house Prospect 

Saunders Robert, carpenter, boards 33 Mason 

Saunders Kobert J. boards 5 BufFum 

Saunders Robert S. Mrs. house 38 Summer 

Saunders Thomas, laborer, house Barr, above School 

Saunders Thomas M. captain, house 14 Andrew 

Saunders William, veterinary surgeon, house 5 Buffum 

Saunders William Mrs. house 5 Buffum 

Savage Margaret, house 35 Broad 

Savage Thomas, laborer, house 89 Derby 

Savory & Co. (B. Savory ^ J A. Goldthwait), Salem and Bos- 
ton Express, 3 Washington 

Savory Benjamin (Savory <5f Co.), house 17 Williams 

Savory Benjamin jr. clerk (B.), house 17 Williams 

Savory Mary, dressmaker, boards 21 Beckford 

Savory Mary, widow, house 9 Creek 
Savory Richard Mrs. house 120 Derby 

Savory Tristram, expressman, boards 17 Williams 

Savory William, captain, house 120 Derby 

Savory Tristram T. clerk, 3 Washington, boards 17 Williams 

Sawyer Asa, provisions, 17 & 18 Market House, house at South 

Sawyer Hannah, widow, house 6 Winthrop [Danvers 

Sawyer Martha A. M. Mrs. house 6o Washington 

Sawyer Nathaniel, carpenter, boards 10^ Turner 

Sawyer Nathaniel Mrs. house 5 Woodbury's court 

Scanlan David, laborer, house 18 Rubber Factory 

Scanlan John, currier, house 19 Fowler 

Scanlan Michael, currier, house 125 Boston 

Scholfield Anson, machinist, house 65 Harbor 

Scholfield John F. weaver, house 67 Harbor 

Scholfield Rebecca, house 369 Essex 

Scobie Catherine, house 6 Oliver 

Scobie John J. captain, house 6 Oliver 

Scotchburn Charles R. dentist, house 3 Central 

Scotchburn George A. Mrs. dressmaker, house 3 Central 

Scott Bei jamin, farmer, house 14 Curtis 

Scott Benjamin jr. boards 14 Curtis 

Scott Cyrus, parched corn, house 20 Pickman 

ScuUey Mary, widow, house 4 Pingree 

Searl Augustus, clerk, 5o Hanover (B.), boards 144 Boston 

Searl Curtis, tanner, boards 144 Boston 

Searl Joseph, tanner, house 144 Boston 

Searl Joseph jr. tanner, boards 144 Boston 



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Scarle George, painter, house 140 Boston 
Searles Sarah Jane, widow, house 5 Creek 
Seaver Daniel A. teamster, house 7 Prince 
Seaver Rachel Mrs. house 7 Prince 

Seccomb ( Ehenezer) & Dennis (Benjatnin), adamantine can- 
dles, lard and oils, foot of Harbor, and 94 Commercial (B.), 
house 24 Andrew 
Seccomb John, carpenter, boards 12 Beach 
Seely Benjamin, fisherman, house 50 Derby 
Selby William, mariner, house 14 Hardy 
Seymour Susan, widow, house Pratt 
Shales Thomas, laborer, house 25 Charter 
Shackelford \Vm. (Parsons ^ Shackelford), 64 Uuion 
Shackley Moses A. stai:e proprietor, 13 Central 
Shahan Thomas H. Rev. house 126 Federal 
Shannon Edward, painter, house 8 Essex 
Shanly Ellen, widow, house rear 95 Boston 
Sharkey Charles, teamster, house High street court 
Shatswell Joseph, merchant, 23 Front, house 80 Lafayette 
Shatswell Joseph A. clerk, 23 Front, boards 80 Lafayette 
Shatswell Moses, snoemaker, 26 Andrew, house 28 do. 
Shaw Bartholomew, at gas w )rks, house 17 Lemon 
Shaw Brown E. gilder, boards 24 Charter 
Shaw Coliin, cabinet maker, house 13 Saunders 
Shaw Jacob N. grocer, 5 Boston, house 4 N. Pine 
Shaw John, currier, house Fowler, opposite N. Pine 
Shaw Jonathan A. shoemaker, house foot of Lagrange 
Shaw Robert C. carriage maker, house 91 Boston 
Shaw Timothy, gardener, house 28 Union 
Shaw Xenophon H. gilder, 291 Essex, house 24 Charter 
Shay Bartholomew, laborer, house foot of Ropes 
Shay Patrick, currier, house Mason Hill 
Shea Daniel, laborer, house 22 River 
Shea Michael, laborer, house 8 Turner 
Shea Owen, laborer, house 12 River 
Shea Patrick, laborer, house 27 Daniels 
Shea William, shoemaker, house 14 Derby 
Sheady James, tailor, house 54 Charter 

Shearman James L. wines, &c. 6 Derby sq. h. Hamilton Hall 
Shearman John R. hairdresser, 16 Wash. b. Hamilton Hall 
Shedd Lydia, widow, house Gardner 
Shed John, butcher, house North 
Sheehan Daniel, laborer, house roar 91 Boston 
Sheehan Dennis, laborer, house rear 8 "Whittemore 
Sheehan Morris, laborer, house 26 Congress 
Sheehan WiUiam, laborer, house rear 64 Harbor 
Sheldon Charles H. 12, 13 and 14 Market House, h. 77 Summer 



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Sheldon Eliab, laborer, house 11 River 

Sheldon Joshua, artist, boards Mansion House 

Sheldon M. E. dressmaker, 246^ Essex 

Shepard Elizabeth, house 135 Federal [Charter 

Shepard Elizabeth, hoisery and thread store, 284 Essex, h. 61 

Shepard Henry F. merchant, Central wharf, house 135 Federal 

Shepard I aac B. house 40 F^ederal 

Shepard (Israel D.) & Archer {IVm jr.), auctioneers and in- 
surance agents, ?4 Front & 18 Wash, house 10 V^'^iiUams 

Shepard John B. & S. D. dry goods, 152 Essex, h. 63 Lafayette 

Shepard Marv L. teacher Higginson School, h. 40 Federal 

Shepaid Michael W. merchant, Cential wharf, h. 135 Federal 

Shepard Samuel (Nichols &; S.J. house 92 Federal 

Shepard Samuel, upholsterer, 298 Essex, house 9 Lynn 

Shepard Samuel I). {J. B. &, S. D. Shepard), house 61 Lafayette 

Shepard Stephen W. Mrs. h 25 Brown 

Sheridan EUzabeth Mrs. house 3 Gerrish place 

Shgridan Francis, salesman, 12 Front, house 19 Fowler 

Sheridan James, laborer, house 21 Fowler 

Sheridan Philip, laborer, house 21 Fowler 

Sherman Charles F. tanner, house Albion 

Sherman Edward, laborer, house 32 Essex 

Sherwin Christopher, seaman, boards 88 Derby 

Sherwin William, tobacconist, house 88 Derby 

Shillaber Sally, thread and hoisery, 253 Essex, house 19 Lynde 

Shinick Thomas Mrs. dressmaker, 14 Central 

Shirley Caroline Mrs. house 15 Salem 

Sliirley Elizabeth, widow, house foot of Ropes 

Shirley Jonathan, mariner, house 32 Salem 

Shorl Charles, patent door fenders, house 18 Central 

Short James, cooper, house 6 Northey 

Short Lydia A. Mrs. house 6 Northey 

Shorten James, shoemaker, house 4 Ward 

Shorten Micha. 1, shoemaker, house 10 "Ward 

Shorter Royal M. stove setter, house 11 Osgood [Federal 

Shreve Benjamin (Jones, Shreve, Ball ^ Co.), (B.), house 128 

Shreve Isaac Mrs. house 22 Dearborn 

Shreve Samuel V. merchant, house 224 Derby 

Sibley Geo. V. shoe manufacturer, 17 Central, house 4 Park 

Sibley John S. shoe binder, 17 Cential, house 1 Salem 

Sibley Joseph, house 54 Mill 

Sibley Moses H. clothing and furnishing goods, 17 Central, c. 
Charter, house 6 Pond 

Sibley William H. carpenter, house 21 Pickman 

Silsbee Benjamin H. president Merchants' Bank, 32 "Washing- 
ton, house 2 Oliver 
Silsbee Edward A. captain, house 11 Pleasant 



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Silsbee George Z. merchant (B.), house Warren, cor. Flint i 
Sil-bee John B. merchant, Central wharf, house 6 North | 

Silsbee John H. merchant, 14 Asiatic building, h. 380 Essex \ 
Silsbee Nathaniel, house 16 Pleasant .: | 

Silsbee Nathaniel D. boards 16 Pleasant j 

Silsbee Rebecca Mrs. house 1 Daniels 

Silsbee Zachariah F. merchant, house 11 Pleasant { 

Silva Augustus A. house 54 Lafayette j 

Silver Augustus, tanner, house rear 50 Warren | 

Silver Eliza Mrs. house 384 Essex | 

Silver E iza, widow, house 8 High I 

I Silver Jo-eph M. hairdresser, boards 8 High 

I Silver William, captain, house 146 Federal j 

Simmons Martha, widow, house 10 Winthrop | 

Simmons Sarah Mrs. house 110^ Derby i 

Simmons William, cigar maker, boards 110^ Derby I 

Simon Francis B., Boston Express, 27 Front, h. 32 Charter ! 

Simon John, confectioner, .160 Essex, house do. 

Simon Stephen Augustus, confectioner, house 160 Essex i 

Simonds Catharine, boards 5 Cedar I 

: Simonds Edward A. fS. C. &; E. A. Shnonds), h. 101 Bridge \ 

< Simonds George W. clerk, 4 Newbury, boards 101 Biidge i 

Simonds Samuel, 76 Derby, house 101 Biidge 

j Simonds Samuel C. & E. A. crockery, hardware, and paper 

hangings, 32 Front, house 12J Bridge j 

I Simonds William H. painter, 76 Derby, house 17 Hardy i 

] Sims Caroline, widow, house 17 dmant i 

Sims Richard T. captain, house 46 Lafayette . j 

I Since Rufus, tailor, boards rear 169 E-^sex j 

[ Sinclair J. Jasper, laborer, house 210 Derby I 

I Skerry Edward S. painter, house 18 English 

Skerry Henry F (F. Skeny &; Son), 243 Essex, h. 8 Cambridge 

Skerry Francis, carpenter, house 56 North 

Skerry Francis jr. & Son {H. F. Skerry), fancy gcds 243 

Essex, house 3 Lynn 
Skerry Robert {Kimball & S.), house 17 Federal 
Skinner Jane Mrs. house 40 Broad 
Skinner John D. conductor E. R. R. house 17 Crombie 
Skinner Philip G. cigar maker, boards 62 Federal 
Skinner Richard & Son (Richard Skinner jr.), cigar makers, 64 

Federal, house 6^ do. 
Skinner Richard jr. (R. Skinner &: Son), house 16 Andrew 
Skinner Samuel S. proprietor of Mansion House, 188 Essex 
Skinner Stephen S. cigar manuf. 104 Derby, h 2 North court 
Slattery James, tanner, house PhiUips, near Grove 
Slee Samuel J. mariner, house rear 25 Liberty 
Sleeper Hezekiah, shoemaker, house 8 Hathorne 



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ISleeper Maria M. Mrs. house 60 Federal 

jSlocum Ebenezer, mason, house 4 Hardy 

jSlocum Sarah Mrs. house 19 Andrew 

iSluman Andrew, tailor (B.), house 2 Harrison avenue 

jSluman Benjamin H. expressman, house 8 Winthrop 

jSluman Sarah, widow, house 16 Williams 

|Small Dennis, shoemaker, house 17 Lemon 

: Small William F. W. gas fixtures, 273 Essex, house 17 An- 

j drew 

Smalley Rolland, stevedore, house 8 Daniels 

Smiley Charles A. {H. Hatch ^ Co.), house 35 Lafayette 

Smith Aaron, house Orne 

Smith Aaron jr. carpenter, 3 Howard, house do. 

Smith A. Augustus {H. P. Ives, &; A. A. Smith), h. 3 Howard 

Smith Addison, carpenter, house 10 Wbittemore 

Smith Agnes, house 36 Summer 

Smith Amos, lumber, 157 Derby, house 4 Federal 

Smith Amos F. carpenter, house 5 §kerry 

Smith Caleb, house 12 Lynde 

Smith Charles, cigar maker, boards 7 Central 

Smith C. A., Danvers Iron Works, house 143 North 

Smitn Catharine Mrs. house 49 Derby 

jSmith Catharine, widow, house 79 Mason 

i Smith Dana Z., Eastern R. R. house 3 Margin 

•ISmith Daniel T. watchmaker, 262 Essex, house 18 Winthrop 

j Smith Edmund, treasurer Naumkeag S. C. Co. h. 15 Pleasant 

iSmith Edward A. watchmaker, 262 Essex, h. 16 Winthrop 

Smith EHzabeth P. house 21 Cedar 
[Smith George, tanner, boards J. Carr's, Grove 
j Smith George C. carpenter, boards 4 Laboratory 
j Smith George H. clothing and furnishing store, 247 Essex, 
I house 22 Washington 
j Smith George H. house 2 Federal 

Smith George P. Mrs. house 45 Lafayette 

Smith Georiiiana and Adelaide Misses, house 34 BufFum 

Smith Gorham, supt. Essex R. R. in Salem, h. over Essex R. 
R. depot 

Smith Hannah, widow, house 43 Union 

Smith Hannah S. widow, house 100 North 

Smith Harley P. founder, house 29 Harbor 

Smith Henry B. collector and treasurer. City Hall, house 12 
Winter 

Smith Henry W. Mrs. house 17 Dearborn 

Smith James Mrs. house 15 Barr 

Smith James A. carpenter, 10 Walnut, house 11 Elm 

Smith (J. Ford) & Chamberlain {B. M.), manufacturing jew- 
ellers, 201 Essex, house 20 Mason 



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Smith Jesse Mrs. house lo Norman 

Smith Jesse, watchmaker, 262 E>sex, house 36 Summer 

Smith Jesse R. watchmaker, 262 Essex, house 36 Summer 

Smith Jewett, depot bao;gage master, E. R. R. house 25 Harbor 

Smith Joanna, widow, house Beaver court 

Smith John, shoemaker, house Dodge 

Smith John, currier, house 12 Friend 

Smith John Mrs. house 21 Beckford 

Smith John H. baker, 52 Harbor, house 50 do. 

Smith John H. brass finisher, house 52 Bridge 

Smith John R & S. iron founders, Gardner," house 29 Harbor 

Smith Joseph, shoemaker, house 10 Dearborn 

Smith {Joseph) & Manning (D. C), Uvery stable, 212 Essex, 9 

Hamilton, and 47 Wash, house 3 Hamilton 
Smith Joseph A. cabinet maker, house 26 Wi:.throp 
Smith Lorenzo, agent Oil Co. boards 73 North 
Smith Martha Ann Mrs. house 3 Palfray court 
Smith Mary Mrs. house 29 Mill 
Smith Mary A. Mrs. house 9 Pond 
Smith Mary F. Mrs. house 8 Saunders 
Smith Mehitable, tailoress, house Lynde, corner Sewall 
Smith Nathan Mrs. house 14 Pickman 
Smith OUver C. machinist, Naumkeag Go's wharf, house 98 

Lafayette 
Smith Patrick, laborer, house 3 Pingree 
Smith Peter M. cooper, house 7 Curtis 
Smith Ror)ert B. Mrs. house 34 Buffuin 
Smith Sarah, teacher, house 16 Summer 
Smith Sarah, widow, house 9 Dean 
Smith Sarah, widow, house 5 Creek 

Smith Sarah R. teacher Normal School, house at Marblehead 
Smith Sterry (J. R. &; S. Smith), house 14 Harbor 
Smith Thomas & Co! {John Cabeen), teamsters, 198 Derby, h. 

14 Congress 
Smith Thomas, currier, house Phillips, near Grove 
S.nith Watson, house 79 Mason 
Smith William, laborer, house 22.;^ Beckford 
Smith WiUiam A shoemaker, boards 10 Dearborn 
Smith William B. merchant, house 52 Bridge 
Smith William B. jr. mariner, house 52 Bridge 
Smith William N. laborer, house 13 St. Peter 
Smith ( Wi/liam R.) & Masury (T. B.), cigar makers, 132 Derby, 

house 22 Becket 
Smothers Benjamin, roperaaker, house 6 Pearl 
Smothers Olive, seamstress, house 14 Norman 
Snell Nicholas T. captain, house 17 Brown 
Snell William, daguerreotype artist, 2)8 Essex, h. 11 Central 



164 SALKM [S] DlRECTOllY. 



Snelling John Mrs. nurse, house Porter lane 

Snow Mehitable P, teacher, boards 60 Mason 

Snow Nathaniel, currier, foot of Beach, h. 60 Mason 

Snow Nathaniel, house 396 Essex 

Soley George, Mrs. house 29 Derby 

Soley Nathaniel, laborer, house 29 Derby 

South George, shoemaker, house 14 Dow 

Southward George, portrait painter, 244 Essex, house 113 do. 

Southward Jonathan R. house 22 Lemon 

Southward Richard Mrs. house 51 Summer 

Southward Samuel S. carriage maker, rear Essex House, boards 

22 Lemon 
Southwick Daniel, tanner, house 16 Boston 
Southwick Edward, tanner, house 4 May 
Southwick Eliphalet Mrs. house 83 Derby 
Southwick Eliza Mrs. house o2Endicott 
Southwick John jr. shoemaker, house 48 Derby 
Southwick Samuel F. shoemaker, house 16 Boston 
Spalding Josiah, merchant, house 106 Bridge 
Sparks Samuel, captain, house 44 Buflfum 
Spillane Joseph, laborer, house rear 31 Derby 
Spiller John P. wheelwright, house 59 Harbor 
Spiller Maria Mrs. house 15 Federal 
Spiller Richard O. grocer, 162 Boston, house in Danvers 
Spiller Sarah, boarding house, 60 Harbor 
Stacy Joseph, currier, house 6 North Pine 
Stacy Mary Mrs. house High, corner Summer 
Stacy Mary E. Mrs. house 12 Lynn 
Stacy Samuel E. 175 Essex, boards 55 Washington 
Stacy Varnum, shoemaker, house 57 Summer 
Stafford J. Warren, shoemaker, house 14 River 
Stafford William, house 14 River 
Stafford William F. jr. mariner, house 29 Salem 
Staniford Charles, assistant superintendent of burials, 275 

Essex, house 26 North 
Staniford Daniel, printer, boards 26 North 
Staniford John F, carpenter, house 108 Bridge 
Staniford Sarah C. Mrs. house 42 Broad 
Staniford, see Stentiford 

Stanley Abraham J. {Brown § S.), house 3 Pleasant 
Stanley Charles, painter, house 63 Essex 
Stanley Edward Mrs. house 27 Brown 
Stanley Elizabeth Mrs. house 18 Andrew 
Stanley John, carpenter, house 5 Spring 
Stanley John AV. tail)r, 39 Washington, house 18 Andrew 
Stanley Nancy, house 1 Federal 
Stanley Thankful Mrs. boarding, hotise 3 Pleasant 



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Stanley Thomas, tanner, house 148 Boston 

Stanley Thomas, house 19 Lemon 

Stanton John, house Orne 

Stanton John, laborer, house rear 36 Peabody 

Stanton Mary Mrs. nurse, house 5 Mall 

Stanton Patrick, laborer, house 18 High 

Stanton Thomas, laborer, house 36 Mill 

Stanwood George S. boards Dodge, opposite Southwick 

Stanwood Louisa M. Mrs. millinery, 165^ Essex, h. 169 do. 

Stanwood Samuel D. cigar maker, house Dodge 

Stanwood Wm. Henry, shoemaker, house 13 Osgood 

Staples Elias C. laborer, house 9 Hardy 

Staples George, teamster, house 14 Federal 

jStaples Mary Mrs, house 28 Norman 

jStaten George, blacksmith, house 15 Williams 

jStaten Edward H. gas fitter, '273 Essex, boards 3 Plesant 

Stearns Moses M. mariner, house 11 Creek • 

Stearns Sarah E. boards 384 Essex 
jStearns William, house 384 Essex 
'Stearns William, mariner, house 42 Bridge 

Stedman George B. car trimmer (B.), house 3 Howard 

Stedman Samuel L. tailor, house 165 Federal 
^Steele Ann, widow, house 26 Union 

Steele Elizur, flour and produce, 26 Front, house 40 Summer 

Stentiford Charles H. painter, house Barr, near School 

Stephenson Elizabeth Mrs. variety store, 34 Peabody 

Stetson James, shoemaker, house 42 BufFum 

Stetson Lincoln, shipwright, house 3 Salem 
SStevens Caroline, teacher, house 20 Winthrop 
jStevens Daniel Webster, currier, boards 14 Broad 

[Stevens Eunice, house 25 Turner 

Stevens Edward P. baker, house 4 Andover 

Stevens Geo. O. currier, boards Pope's court 

jstevens Israel, tanner, house 20 Winthrop 

jStevens Martha, house 11 Norman 

Stevens Mary E. teacher, house 20 Winthrop 

'Stevens Sarah Mrs. house 10 Pleasant 

Stevens Solomon, tanner, house Pope's court 

Stevens Timothy J. measurer of leather, house 20 Winthrop 

jstevens William, grocer, 13 Derby square, house 14 Broad 

Stevens William A. grocer, 13 Derby sq. house 11 Hathorne 

Stevenson Lydia, widow, house 10 Saunders 

'Stewart Jamts, laborer, house East Webb 

iStickney Charles T. carpenter, house 29 Forrester 

IStickney David I. mariner, house 5J Harbor 

I'stickney Harriet, widows house 32 Mill 

jStickney Joseph, calker and graver, house 8 Turner 



166 SALEM [S] DIRECTORY. 



iStickney Joseph, mariner, house 14 Allen 

IStickney M;itth--w A. hou-e 119 Boston 

iStickney Rebecca C house 3Go Kssex 

jStickney Richard, carpenter, house rear 22 Hardy 

iStickney S irah A. dressmaker, boards 14 Allen 

Stickney Stephen, fisherman, liouse 317 Essex 

Sti es Dean, carpenter, 23 Harbor, h use 53 Endicott 

Stiles Joseph P. stonemason, house 86 North 

Still Thomas, bo *t biiiider, house 1!) Ash 

Stiliinan Samuel, shoemaker, hou-<e 14 Pe ibody 

Stimpson Edward, counsellor, 24^ Wiishington, house 96 Essex 

Stimpson Hannah Mrs. house 121 Federal 

Stimpson James C. tinner and currier, rear 39 Boston, h.39do. 

Siimp>on James B. currier, rear 41 Boston, house 192 Federal 

Stimpson Thomas M. counsellor, 194 Essex, h. .)t S. Danvers 

Stocker (John W.) & Henfield (Amos), coach and chaise 

makers, 25 Endicott, house :A do, 
Stocker Sophia L. Mrs. house 9 Rust [house 39 do. 

Stoddard (Benjamin) & Agge (Jacob), blacksmiths, 51 Harbor, 
Stoddard Daniel, blacksmith, house 51 Lafayette 
Stodder Simon, captain, house 104 North 
Stone Alfrt^d, architect (B.), house 21 Chestnut 
Stone Berijamiii, mason, house 21 Williams 
Stone Benjamin F. farmer, house 23 Essex [Chestnut 

Stone B njamin W. merchant, 14 Asiatic building, house 23 
Stoue Ebenezer, brickmaker, house Liberty Hill road 
Stone Kdwin, daguerreotype artist, boards 18 Ward 
v>tone Ebenezer, currier, house 438 E^sex 
Stone Horace, carpenter, boards 4 Mill 
Stone Irving (L. Chandler & Co.), house 31 Buffum 
Stone Isaac, laborer, house 4 Bott's court 
Stone Isaac jr. carpenter, house 56.^ Broad 
Stone James, mason, house Flint, corner Warren 
Stone James jr. M. D. apothecary, 4) Broad, house do. 
Stone John, laborer, house rear 3 Ahorn 
Stone John E. baker, boirds 21 Essex 
Stone John H. inspector Custom House, house 18 Summer 
Stone Joseph W. house 23 Chestnut 
Stone Lincol.i R. physician, boards 5 Barton square 
Stone Lucinda, house 385 Essex 
Stone Maria Mrs. house 7 JetiVey court 
Stone M iry. widjw, house 109 Boston 
Stone Mary H. widow, house 102 Federal 
Stone Robert, house 23 Chestnut 
Stone Sarah Mrs. house 23 Dearborn 
Stone Sarah M. widow, house 24 Union 
Stone Priscilla, house 14 Creek 



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Stone Stephen H. blacksmith, house 14 Creek 

Stone Willi .m, house 163 Boston (Cal.) 

Stone William, merchant, 14 Asiatic building, h 23 Chestnut 

Story Augustus, counsellor, 27 Washington, house 98 Bridge 

Story Datiiel, cooper, 4 Cambridge, house 6 do. 

Story Wi Ham, house 98 Bridge 

Stout Brown, laborer, house 4 Pingree 

Stover Charles B. clerk, E R. R. depot, house 12 Mill 

Stow (Volney C.) & Tibbetts (A. Jj. bakers, head of Phillips 

wharf, house 21 Essex, corner Becket 
Stowell Anne, widow, house Boston, opposite Aborn 
Stowell H-innah. widow, house loB Boston 
Stowers Joseph Mrs house 315 Essex 
Stowers Xathaniel, chair painter, house 3 Cambridge 
Sti afford James M. boatman, house 13 Carlton 
Stratford William, currier, Lummus court 
Straw Benjamin, wood mouldings, 5 Front, house at Lynn 
Straw Isaiah, house 13 Barr 
Streeter Gilbert L. house 19 Pickman 
Streeter Sarah Mrs house 9 Pleasant 
Stroat Sauiuel, mariner, house 8 Cieek 
Striley Jacob, laborer, house rear 13 Osgood 
Sullivan Cornelius, laborer, house 5 Gerrish place 
Sullivan Daniel, laborer, house rear 19 Daniels 
Sullivan Daniel, laborer, house o Palfray court 
Sullivan Dennis, currier, house 12 Ash 
Sullivan Francis, currier, boards 4 Oak 
Sullivan James, laborer, house Ives, near Dearborn 
-Sullivan John, laborer, house 8 Pratt 
Sullivan John, laborer, house 2o Charter 
Sullivan Joseph, laborer, house rear foot Gardner 
Sul ivan Matthew, laborer, house 4 Elm 
Sullivan Michael, laborer, house High street court 
Sullivan Michael, laborer, house 3 Gerrish place 
Sullivan Michael, laborer, house 7 High street court 
Sullivan Owen, laborer, house 18 High 
Sullivan Patiick, l.iborer, house 10 High street court 
Sullivan Samuel, laborer, house 1') High street court 
Sullivan Thomas, laborer, house 28 Ward 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, house Adams 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, house 7 Ward 
Sul. ivan Ti-uothy, laborer, house 168 Derby 
Summers William Mis. house 92 Essex 
Summers nv m. H. clerk, 222 Essex, boards 92 do. 
Sumner Harrison G. assistant City Marshal, house 23 Daniels 
Sutton William, president Commercial Bank, 7 Central, house 

at S. Danvers 



168 SALEM [S] DIRECTORY. 



Swain Vesta, widow, house 55 Broad 
Swan Hannah Mrs. house 74 Essex 
Swan Joseph W. clerk. 252 Essex, hou«e 16 Mechanic 
Swan Nathaniel, laboier, house 69 North 
Swan Samuel, laborer, house 69 North 
Swaney Daniel, laborer, house Tucker's wharf 
iSwaney John, laborer, house Tucker's wharf 
ISwaney Patrick, laborer, house 26 Beckford 
jSwaney William, ropemaker, house 1 English 
jSwasey Abigail, widow, house 30 St. Peter 
Swasey Benjamin B. Mrs. house 51 Broad 
'Swasey Benjamin B. mariner, house 51 Broad 
j Swasey Charles W. printer, 185 Essex, house 8 Howard 
[Swasey Connor B. dentist, house 47 Essex 
jSwasey Elizabeth, widow, house JO Daiiiels 
jSwasey Hannah, house 8 North court 
'Swasey Joseph, painter, house 30 St. Peter 
ISwasey Sarah, widow, house 61 Summer 
'Sweeney Dennis, currier, house 80 Bos^-on 
Sweeney James, laborer, house 40 Peabody 
Sweeney William, laborer, house 140 Bridge 
iSweetser Abby E. Mrs. millinery, 3 Newbury, house 114 Essex 
jSweetser Ephraim, boots and shoes, 230 Essex, h 72 Summer 
Swindles John, picker, house 11 Park 
jSymonds Abigail, widow, house, 132 Boston 
ISymonds Benjamin, tanner and currier, house 99 North 
Symonds Benjamin R. grocer, 109 North, house 95 do. 

Symond Benjamin R. jr. grocer, North, cor. Bridge, h. Barr 
Symonds Calvin, clerk, North, cor. Bridge, house 91 North 
I Symonds Catharine Mrs. carpet maker, house 61 Lafayette 
'Symonds C itharine Mrs. house 46 Federal 
|Symonds Charles B. currier, house 99 North 

Symonds Charles E. assessor City Hall, house 59 BufFum 
.Symonds Charles F. carpenter, 31^ Buffum, house 31 do. 
jSymonds Dean C. blacksmith. North, n. the bridge, h. 104 do. 
iSymonds Eben, shoe manufacturer, 53 North, house 51 do. 
jSymonds Edward, brickmaker, house 58 North 
iSymonds Edward jr. clerk, 74 North, house 77 do. 

Symonds Edward A- farmer, boards 143 North 

Symonds Edward B. house 7 Jeffrey court 
jSymonds Eliza G. boarding, house 98 Federal 

Symonds Misses, house Boston, below Aborn 

Symonds Ephraim, painter, house 18 Mechanic 
I Symonds Ephraim (J. watchman, house 107 North 

Symonds Fenton, painter, house 10 Curtis 

Symonds Hannah Mrs. house 47 North 
iSymonds Hannah, widow of Thomas, house 77 North 



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ISymonds John D. superintendent of alms house at the Neck ] 
'Symonds J. Shove, painter, 35 North, N. Salem, h. 59 Bufium 
Symonds Joseph D. confectioner, house 95 North 
Symonds Joseph P. shoe manufacturer, 55 BufFum, house do. 
Symonds Joseph W. clerk, 213 Essex, house 46 Federal 
Symonds Maty, widow, house 122 Federal 
Symonds Nathaniel A. carpenter, boaids 18 Mechanic 
Symonds Nathaniel D. house 50 North | 

jSymonds Nathaniel G. treas. Salem & S. Danvers Oil Company,! 
I Mason, house 43 Buffum [house 107 North' 

, Symonds Priscilla E. Mrs. variety store, North, corner School, 
ISymonds Samuel jr. grocer, 49 North, house 7 BufFum 
jSymonds Stephen, house 51 North 
iSymonds Stephen G. painter, boards 18 Mechanic 
j Symonds Stilman G. clerk, Exchange Bank, boards 43 Buflfum 
Symonds Thomas, shoemaker, house 143 North 
jSymonds Thomas jr. grocer, 74 North, house 7 Dearborn 
'Symonds Timothy, shoemaker, house 91 North 
iSymonds T. Putnam, clerk (B.), boards 43 BufFum 
jSymonds William A. shoemaker, house head of BufFum 
Symonds William H. shoemaker, house 147 North 
Symonds William H. mason, boards 50 North 

ItABER JOHN, machinist, boards 2 Curtis 
ITaber William, cigar maker, house 19 Daniels 
jTait Bacon, merchant, house 29 Cedar 
Tanch John, carpenter, house 8 Dearborn 
iTannatt Henry, clerk, 190 Essex, boards 90 Federal 
jTannatt Mary Mrs. house 90 Federal 
I Tapley Benjamin, shoemaker, house 61 Harbor 
ITarbox Isaac, baker, boards 21 Essex 
iTarbox Samuel A, teamster, boards 101 North 
jTarbox William R. shoemaker, house 101 North 
iTarbox William jr. shoemaker, house 8 Church ^ 

'Tair Edward H. laborer, house 15 Bridge 
Tay Benjamin, captain, house 18 Lynde 
Tay Henry merchant, house 15 Beckford 
Taylor Catharine A. Mrs house 6 Broad 
Taylor John W. clerk, 22G Essex, boards 8 Williams 
Taylor Lydia, widow, house 18 Chestnut 
Taj^or Samuel, merchant, boards 9 Lynn 
Taylor Thomas, confectioner, boards J3 North 
Taylor Thomas A. carpenter, house 8 Williams 
Taylor Thomas W. Mrs. house 8 Williams 
Teague Amos G. shoemaker, house 62 Mill 
Teague Amos G. jr. shoemaker, house 14 Cedar 
Tea2;ue Francis, clerk, 198 Essex, house South Danvers 



170 SALEM [T] DIRECTORY. 



Teague John R. shoemaker, house 3 Pond 
[Teague Robct, shoemaker, house 26 Essex 
iTeague Thomas A. teamster, house 77 Mason 
Teague Thomas A. jr. carpenter, h'.use 4 Congress 
Tearl Joseph, currier, house 93 M .son 
Tedder John, mariner, house 20 Congress 
Teele Charles C. captain, hou>e 6 Gedney court 
Temple Jonath n S. machinist, house 4 Winter ■ 
Test John B. cabinet maker, house 13 Becket 
Teste Mary P. nurse, house 108 Derby 

|Tetlow James, boiler maker, Naumkeag wharf, h. 19 Summer 
Tetlovv Tnomas, machinist, house 8 Prince 
Thayer Benjamin, cigar maker, house 14 Whittemore 
Thayer Lois and Eliza, Misses, house 14 Whittemore 
Thayer Nancy, dressmaker, boards 34 Broad [29 Broad 

Tnayer Oliver, lumber wharf, 199 Derby and 15 Peabody, house 
Thayer Rebecca Mrs. house 34 Broad 
Thayer Rebecca, teacher, house 34 Broad 
Thayer Sarah, house 34 Bmad 
Thayer Stephen, clerk, 15 Peabodv, house 44 Broad 
Thayer Stephen O. printer (B ), house 34 Broad 
Th-iyer William 0. clerk, 199 Derby, house 29 Broad 
Thissell Andrew J. mariner, house n8 Mill 
Thomas Charles S. carpenter, boards 59 North 
Thomas Eli, laborer, house Ives, near Dearborn 
Thomas George H. shoemaker, ho..se 60 Broad 
Ihomas Isaac, tailor, hou;^e 31 Hardy 
Thomas Richard, fish dealer, house Phelps court 
Thomas Jeremiah, shoemaker, houso 24 Mechanic 
Thomas Nancy, widow, house Orne 
Thtimas Samuel W. shoemaker, house 56^ Broad 
Thomas Sarah Mrs. house Phelps court 
Thompson B. F. seaman, house James Saunders, Neck 
Thompson Cyrus, carpenter, house 21 Cedar 
Thompson George J. baker, 28 Broad, house do. 
Thompson Henry, teamster, house oO Broad 
Thompson James, laborer, house 10^ Turner 
Thompson James W. Rev. D. D. h(tuse 40 Chestnut 
Thompson Joseph A. watchman, house 11 Salem 
Thompson L)dia, widow, house 142 Bridge 
Thorndike Larkin, counsellor, 175^ Essex, house 4 Brown 
;Thorndike WiUiam D. currier. Prospect, house do. 
Thorner John, shoemaker, house 5 Church 
j Thrasher David, farmer, house opp. 126 Lafayette 
Thrasher Nathaniel, currier, boards 98 North 
Thurston Henry W. cabinet maker, house 6 Howard 
Thurston Mary Mrs. house 6 Howard 



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Tibbets Andrew J. baker, house 41 Essex 

Tibbets Kben, mariner, h use? Oliver 

Tibbets Henry, house 24 Liberty 

Tibbets George F. baker, b' ards 21 Essex 

Tibbets Henry H. painter, house 20 Oliver 

iibbets Andrew J. (^toice & T ), bouse Essex 

Tibbets D. C. 9 Derby square, h^use at S. Danvers 

Tierney Catharine Mrs. house rear 13 Lynn 

Tierney Dominick, currier, house Beaver 

Tierney James, currier, house Grove 

Tierney John, laborer, house Adams 

Tilton George F. carpenter, house 4 Ash 

Tilton J. E. books, stationery and engravings, 188 Essex 

Tilton Samuel D. carpenter, house 4 Ash 

Tinan James, laborer, house High street court 

Tinan James, hostler, house lear 10 Endicott 

Tiplady Thomas T. shoe manufacturt r, house 27 North 

Tirrell Rebecca, widow, hou^e 13 Ash 

Titcomb Sarah L. nurse, bouse 116 Federal 

Tivnan Michael, operative, house 8 Prince 

Tivnan Patrick, japanner, boards 8 Piince 

Tivnan Peter, operative, boards 8 Prince 

Tobin Lawrence, carpenter, boards 9 Boston 

jTobin Michael, laborer, house 13 Pond 

Tobin Thomas, carpenter, boards 9 Moston 

,Todd Char es, roperaaker, house 9 Rust 

ITodd Jeremiah, expressman, house 39 Summer 

jTodd John E. A. captain, house 2 Cherry 

iTodd Rebecca Mrs. house 21 Creek 

iTolmiin Frank, clerk, boards 21 L-ifayette 

Tolman S. Newell, weaver, house 67 Harbor 

Tolman Sardis, shoemaker, house 22 Becket 

Toomey Catherine, widow, house rear Adams 

Toomey John F. cunier, house rear Aborn 

Toomey Ihomas, mason, house 12 Friend 

Tookey John H. W. lecturer, house 17 Williams 

Torry Francis, mariner, house 89 North 

Touret Benjamin A. soda manufacture-, house 33 Bridge 

jTowle (Abraham) & Norris {Walter), carpenters, 10 Lafayette, 

^ house 19 Harbor 

[Towle Christopher, blacksmith, house rear 95 Boston 

iTowne Ann, nurse, house 9 I'ederal 

|TowneBethia Mrs. house Phelps court 

Towne Charles H. clerk Asiatic Bank, house 78 Summer 

Towne Henry Mrs. house 78 Summer 

Towne John C. printer, house 13 BufFum 

Towne Joseph, bookkeeper, house 13 Buffum 



172 SALEM [Tj DIRECTORY. 

Towne Joseph H. cashier Naumkeag Bank, house 15 Buffum 

Townes William Mrs. house 9 Federal 

Townesend Geo. B. calker, boatds 6 Norman 

Townsend Catherine G. house 36 Norman 

Townsend Mary Ann Mrs. house 19 North 

Townsend Penn, merchant, house 23 Andrew 

Tracy Hannah Mrs. house 31 Broad 

Tracy Michael, laborer, house Grove, near Irving 

Tracy Patrick, teamster, house Grove, near Irving 

Traill Horace S. printer. Observer office, house at Marblehead 

Trask Amos, house 8 Hardy 

Tra-k Amos, auctioneer, dealer in ancient and modern curiosi- 
ties, 28.^ Derby square, house 126 Boston St., circulating 
libtary at store and house 

Trask Asa, house 12 and 14 Beckford 

Trask Benjamin, machinist, 15 Harbor, house 23 do. 

Trask Benjamin, seaman, boards 135 Essex 

Trask Eben P. clerk, 109 Boston, house 22 Howard 

Trask Henry, miller, house 133 Boston 

Trask Israel, shoemaker, house 3 English 

Trask James, letter carrier, house 22 Howard 

Trask John, mariner, house 24 Becket 

Trask Joseph, mariner, house 30 Hathorne 

Trask Moses A. mariner, house 40 St. Peter 

Trask Nancy, assistant at S. O. and C. F. Society, 7 Carpenter 

Trask Thomas, house 135 Essex 

Trask Thomas jr. seaman, boards 135 Essex 

Trask William, laborer, house 40 St. Peter 

Travers Patrick, laborer, house 4 Barton 

Tray David, currier, house 9 Beach 

Tray Michael, shoemaker, house 18 Odell square 

Treadwell John D. Mrs. house 9 North 

Treadwell John W. house 41 Warren 

Treadwell Nathaniel R. currier, rear Mason, house 47 North 

Treadwell Thomas, cabinet maker, house 77 Federal 

Trefren James, shoebinder, 72 Wash, house 21 Harbor 

Trefren Patrick, laborer, house 4 Boston 

Trefren Roxanna, widow, house 63 Harbor 

Trefry John, baggagemaster, house 23 High 

Trofatter Charles H. boot counter maker, house 4 Beaver 

Trofatter John H. house 9 Upham 

Trofatter Sarah, house 371 Essex 

Trofatter Robert, tanner, house Albion 

Trofatter Samuel J. teamster, house 4 Beaver 

True Abraham Mrs. house 12 Brown 

Trtie Joseph, carver, 42 Mill, house 5 High 

Trull Frederick, shoemaker, house 47 Broad 



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Trull Frederick A. painter, boards 47 Broad 

Trull Nathaniel W. mariner, boards 47 Broad 

Trumbull Charles W. clerk, register of .deeds, h. 18 Church 

Trumbull Edward H. merchant, Central wharf, h. 18 Winter 

Tucker Gideon, president Exchange Bank, house 133 Essex 

Tucker Hewett C. restorator, house rear 3 Aborn 

Tucker Jonathan, assessor, City Hall, house 29 Andrew 

Tucker Lucy C. Mrs. house 2o Turner 

Tucker Sam'l Dudley, merchant, house Essex House 

Tucker Samuel, fisherman, house 4 Bridge 

Tuckerman Francis, house 41 Chestnut 

Tufts Horace, captain, house Elm 

Tufts Nathaniel, tailor, house 17 Winthrop 

Tufts Richard Palmer, saddler, 139 Boston, house 1-50 do. 

Tufts Sam'l C. provisions and grr.ceries, 47 Derby, h. 20 Hardy 

Tufts Sarah Mrs. nurse, house lo High st. court 

Turrell Benjamin F. baker, 89 Essex, house do. 

; Turner Calvin C. tanner, Goodhue, house 66 Boston 

Turner Charles W. tanner, house 69 Boston 

Turner Elisha W. currier, house 11 May 

Turner George, shipwright, house 16 Ward 

Turner George W. house 69 Boston 

jTurner James H. measurer of leather, house 6S Boston 

Turner Margaret H, house 8 Central 

jTuttle Ebenezer, currier, house 19 Boston - 

Tuttle Eunice E. house 11 River 

jTuttle Francis W. {Hammond S^ T.), house 16 Hathorne 

Tuttle Henry A. painter, house 10 Becket 
iTuttle Henry C. physician, house 165 Federal 

Tuttle Henry G. provisions, 36 Boston, h. 8 North Pine 
iTuttle Hiram A. {Whitney S,- T.), house 8 Cross 
jTuttle John, livery stable, 191 Federal, house 183 do. 
ITuttle Mary D. house 11 River 
jTuttle Mary E. widow, house 16 Oliver 

Tuttle Nathaniel, currier, 21 Boston, house 19 do. 

Tuttle WilUam, leather, 8 Blackstone (B.), 183 Federal 

Twombly E. Mrs. dressmaker, 250^ Essex 

Tyler Abel H. shoemaker, house North, near S. Danvers Hue 

Tyler George F. clerk, 44 North, house 6 Orne 

Tyler George L. clerk, 6 Front, boards 8 Eton 

Tyler Moses C. shoemaker, house 6 Nursery 

Tyler Sarah A. Mrs. house 7 Cherry 
iTyler Wesley, shoemaker, house foot of Northey 

Tyler William B. clerk, 68 boards Nursery 
jTyrell Michael, laborer, house 172 Derby 

^UPHAM BENJAMIN N. chemist, house rear 70 Upham 

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(Upham Charles W, house 52 Washington 
iUpham Charles W, jr. house 52 Washington 
jXJpham Franklin, chemist, house 70 North 

Upham Henrj', chemist, house 7 North 
jUpham Joshua, house 17 Dean 

j Upham Joshua jr. chemist, Laboratory, house rear 70 North 
|ljpham Wm. P. boards 52 Washington 
1 Upton Anna M. teacher, house 59 Essex 
I Upton Benjamin Mrs. house 31 Pleasant 
jUpton Charles, captain, house 6 Liberty 
I Upton Chailes H. mariner, house 39 Bridge 
j Upton Daniel, dry goods (B.). house 31 Pleasant 
j Upton Eben, musician, hou&e 31 Barr 
jUpton Eben Mrs, house North, cor. Ornd 
j Upton Edmund, captain, house 2 Cross 

Upton Edwin, captain, house 26 Winter 
I Upton Ezra, provision dealer, 2 Mill, house 24 Barr 

Upton Ezra W. printer, 191 Essex, house at South Danvers 

Upton Francis, music teacher, house 31 Pleasant 

Upton Franklin, tinplate worker, house 1 Mount Vernon 

Upton George, captain, house 8 Liberty 
! Upton George L. carpenter, house 2 Cross 
j Upton Henry, captain, house 9 Liberty 

i Upton Henry P. merchant, 15 and IG Derby vvhf. h. 22 Union 
I Upton James, merchant, 63 Union, house 100 Bridge 
j Upton Jesse, boards 29 Buffum 
[Upton Joseph, captain, house 51 Bridge 
|U(jton Moses T. (Broicn <Sf U.), house 67^ Esses 
Upton Paul, captHin, house 3 Hamilton 
Upton Robert, merchant, 63 Union, house 26 Winter 
Upton Samuel Mrs. house 39 Bridge 

Upton Stephen, captain, house 26 Winter | 

Upton (Warren A.) & Webster (Gardner), tinsmiths, 135 1 
Boston, house 42 do, I 

Upton William, cooper, house 15 Essex 
Upton William B. clerk, 221 Essex, boards 24 Barr 
Upton William F. captain, house 39 Bridge 

VALENTINE B. E. Mrs. house 54 Federal 
Valentino Elmer, teacher at Marblehead, house 4 Ash 
Vanderford Benjamin F. engineer, house 9 Winter 
Vanderibrd Elizabeth Mrs. house 7 Lemon 
Varney Daniel (]V., D. fy S. VarneyJ, house 71 Boston 
Varney Solomon, house 113 Boston 

Varney Solomon jr. (IV., D. ^- ^'. Varney), house 83 Boston 
Varney W., D. & S. (William, Daniel 6^ Salo^non jr.), cunicrs, 
82 Boston 



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Yarney William (W., D. tV K Varney), house 78 Boston 

Yent John, engineer, house 86 Mill 

Vent Marv Mrs. vestmaker, house rear 1-4 Central 

Yent Sarah Mrs. house 78 Mill 

Yerill Lydia, widow, house 28 High 
' Yery Abraham, sexton, house 21 Summer 
; Yery Abraham A. mariner, house 21 Summer 

Yery Edwin, musician, house Melcher's court 

Yery Ephraim P. mariner, house 22^ Boston 

Yery Francis E. teacher, house VA Federal 

Yery Harriet, teacher, house 1 Hardy 
i Yery Isaac, mariner, house 21 Summer 

Yery John C. mariner, house 15 Hardy 
'■ Yery Jones Rev. house 154 Federal 
; Yerv Joseph, mariner, house 22.^ Boston 
i Yery Lydia Mrs. house 154: Federal 
i Yerv Lydia A. teacher, house 154 Federal 
; Yery Martha, widow, house 22^ Boston 
j Yery Martlia N. teacher private school, house 78 Federal 
i Yery Mary, house 17 Crombie 
jYery Nathaniel, shipsmith, house 11 Turner 

Yery Nathaniel jr. cabinet maker, 274 Essex, house 47 North 

Yery Nathaniel O. clerk, 113 Derby, boards 11 Turner 
i Yerv Samuel, gum copal works, house 57 Bridge 
! Yery Samuel jr. captain, house 56 Lafayette 
i Yickery Thomas, seapjan, house 86 Derby 

JYictorato Constantine, bowling saloon, h. Lagrange, cor. Salem 
I Yictory James Mrs. house 4 at the F. R. Lead Mills | 

I Yincent Amos L. mast and sparmaker, r. 41 Derby, h. 59 do. j 
i Yincent Harriet F. nurse, house 59 Derby 
j Yincent John, house 59 Derby .. . • 

j Yincent Joseph, house 23 Pleasant 

Yincent Letitia Mrs. tailoress, house 12 Essex 
i Yincent William B. house 20 Pleasant 

Yivuan Joseph, house 8 Essex 

Yivuan Wiilard S. teamster, house 8 Essex 
: Yivuan Wilmot, carpenter, house 97 Bridge 
I YoJlor Henry, tanner, house rear Pope's court 

Yoorhees Lewis D. D. captain, house rear 13 Osgood 
I Yose J. Alonzo, gilder, 22 Washington 

I WAKEFIELD ELIZA, house 12 Daniels 

; Walcott Benjamin P. clerk (B.J, house 77 Lafayette 

' Walcott Samuel B. Mrs. house 77 Lafayette 

I Wagner Daniel, currier, hou-e Phelps court 

, Walden Joseph F. currier, 50 Boston, house 176 Federal 

I Walden Nancy P. widow, house i48 Federal 



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Walden William W. P. currifir, boards 148 Federal 

Wales Ira, mvisician, house 84 North 

Walker Abbott, merchant, house 301 Essex 

Walker Abbott jr. boards 301 Essex 

Walker George S. boards 301 Essex 

Walker Martha W. seamstress, house 4 Palfrey court 

Walker Mrs. house 8 Prescolt* 

Walker Mary Mrs. tailoress, hquse 15 High street court 

Walker Mary M. (Morrill ^ W.), house 8 Prescott 

Walker Parker D. carpenter, 7 Boston, house 57 Endicott 

Walker Samuel L. tanner, house rear 14 Hathorne 

Wallace Eunice, house 2 Hamilton 

Wallace Thomas, physician and apothecary, 9 Wash. h. do. 

Wallis Francis F. pilot, house 15 Essex 

Wallis Jane Mrs. house 15 Park 

Wallis Joseph, cabinet maker and furniture dealer, 205^ Essex, 

house 28 Lafayette 
Wallis Patrick, coachman at the Derby farm 
Wallis William, secretary Savings Bank, house 23 Summer 
Walsh Hannah Mrs. house 18 River 
Walsh Robert, painter, house 16 Flint 
Walter Edward, sailmaker, house 9 Curtis 
Walton Ebenezer, grocer, 89 Mason, house do. 
Walton Eben. N, 185 Essex, house 6 Herbert 
Walton Joseph, cigar box maker, 127 Boston, house 145 do. 
Walton Josiah, house 7 Beaver 

Walton Josiah jr. blacksmith, 131 Boston, hoiise 9 Aborn 
Walton Joseph A. carpenter, house 16 Sewall 
Walton Timothy, farmer, house 1 Aborn 
Walton William A. shoemaker, house 1 Aborn 
Walton William J. laborer, house rear 9 Aborn [Danvers 

Ward Alfred A. provisions, 15 and 16 Market House, h. at S. 
Ward Andrew, merchant. Central wharf, house 123 Federal 
Ward Andrew A. mariner, house 12 Elm 
Ward Charles, merchant, house 11 North 
WardChipman, clerk, house 83 Lafayette 
Ward Eliza W. teacher, house 34 Chestnut 
Ward Israel Mrs. house 4 Pickman 
Ward Israel Mrs. sen. house 57 Endicott 
Ward James, laborer, house 2 Pingree 
Ward James, captain, house 9 Carlton 

Ward Jonathan O. 15 Market House, house at South Danvers 
Ward Joshua Mrs. house 8 Central 
Ward Louisa H. Mrs. dressmaker, house 18 Andrew 
Ward Lucy Mrs. house rear 15 River 
Ward L. Pierson, mai-iner, house 4 Pickman 
Ward Mabiua T. Mrs. house 34 Chestnut 



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Ward Mary Mrs. house 19 Herbert 
AVard WilUam H. house end of Essex (Cal.) 
j Warden John, house 34-4 Essex 
Warden Thomas, seaman, house 19 Daniels 
Wardwell Esther A. Mrs, house Phelps' court 
Wardwell John S. watchman, house 20 Hathorne 
Wardwell Nathaniel A. shoemaker, house Phelps court 
Ware Alfred F. farmer, house Salem turnpike 
Ware Erastus D. farmer, house Salem turnpike 
Ware Horace, farmer, house Salem turnpike 
Ware Horace C. farmer, house Salem turnpike 
Ware Mary, nurse, at H. Ware's, Salem turnpike 
Ware William, operative, house 70 Harbor 
Warner Caleb, spectacles, 3 Central, house 92 Federal 
Warner Edward L. baker, boards 6 Oak 
j Warner Elizabeth G. widow, house 55 Washington 
i Warner John V. cooper, house 9 Park 
Warner Joseph A. carpenter, house 164 Boston 
I Warner William F. laborer, house 32 Williams 
.Warren Edward J. currier, house 113 North 
; Warren George H. carpenter, house 122 Bridge 
i Warren Hannah Mrs. house 8 Hardy 
j Warren John, at the Laboratory, house Union place 
_Warren Levi F. principal Epes School, boards 14 High st. ct. 
"Wasgatt Betsey, widow, house 57 Mill 
Washington John S. laborer, house foot of Northey 
Waters Andrew S. copper founder, 6 Franklin, house 54 North 
Waters Andrew S. jr. mariner, boards 54 North 
Waters Eben, coppersmith, house 5 Mason 
Waters Edward, mariner, house 2 Essex 
Waters Henry F. G. instructor Lynde Hall, house 70 Derby 
Waters James D. clerk (B.), boards 6 Pleasant 
Waters John, carpenter, house 2 Essex 
Waters John Mrs. house 5 Mason 
Waters John jr. house 5 Franklin 
Waters John G. merchant, house 14 Cambridge 
Waters Joseph G. judge Police Court, 150 Essex, h. 70 Derby 
Waters PJchard P. merchant, 182 Essex, house Cherry Hill, 

Beverly 
Waters Thomas S. shoe manufacturer, house 5 Mason 
Waters William, chair painter, house Milk 
Waters William C. captain, house at Beverly 
Waters William C. house 6 Pleasant 
Waters William D. merchant (B.), house G Pleasant 
Waters William R. house at Beverly 
Watson Daniel P. currier, house 41 Boston 
Watson Edwin P. clerk, 121 Essex, house 10 Turner 



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Watson Elizabeth R. milliner, house 412 Es=;cx 

Watson Fen ton, saddler. 414 Essex, house 412 do. 

Watson John, mariner, house o Hardy 

Watson Lucy F. teacher, house 412 Essex 

Watson Mary Mrs. house 412 Essex ^ 

Watson Mary, teacher, house 412 Essex 

Watson Nelson, mariner, house 8 Webb 

Watson Otis, saddler, house 412 Essex 

Watts Charles, baker, 53 Derby, house da. 

Watts William F. shoemaker, house foot of ISTorthey 

Way Truman, laborer, house 9 Ward 

Weiab Benjamin, merchant, Webb's wharf, house 100 Essex 

Webb Benjamin jr. clerk, 54 Essex, house 52 do. 

Webb Charlotte I. house 104 Essex 

Webb Hannah, house 14 Carlton ■ ' 

Webb Hannah, house SHardy 

Webb Harriet Mrs. house 9 Ensrlish 

Webb Henry, mason, house 22 Hardy 

Webb John F. clerk Post Office, boards 81 Essex 

Webb John K. merchant tailor, 197 Essex,house 23 Bufium 

Webb Joseph Mrs. house 27 Brown 

Webb Joseph B. merchant, Webb's wharf, house 100 Essex 

Webb Joseph H. bookkeeper. Exchange Bank, h. 27 Brown 

Webb Lydia, boards 22 Howard 

Webb Samuel, house 11 Pickman 

Webb Stephen, house 81 Essex 

Webb Stephen P. Mrs. boards 33 Summer 

Webb Thomas, shoecutter, house 10 Allen 

Webb William, apothecary, 54 Essex, house 52 do. 

Webb William jr. Mrs. house 4 Hardy 

Webb William jr. clerk, 54 Essex, house 52 do. 

Webber Georgje, ropemaker, house 20 Saunders 

Webber George A. expressman, house 48 Harbor 

Webber Ira, conductor on E. R. R. house 8 Mechanic 

Webber Lydia D. variety store, 48 Harbor street, house do. 

Webster Abigail Mrs. house 16 Federal 

Webster Caleb A. & E. C. hats, caps, and furs, 225 Essex, cor- 
ner Washington, house 1 Rust 

Webster Catherine C. Mrs. house rear 12 Church 

Webster Charles, shoemaker, boards 61 North 

Webster Edward A. (F. Choate ^- Co.), house Ives square 

Webster Edward C. (C. A. t^ E.^ C. Webster), house Summer, 
corner Margin 

Webster Elizabeth, widow, house 51 St. Peter 

Webster Gardner {Upton &^ IF.), boards 42 Boston 

Webster John, treasurer Newmarket Manuf. Co. 17 Asiatic 
building, house 73 Lafayette 



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Web^^ter John C. grocer, 4 Newbury and 116 Essex, house 51 1 

St. Peter 
Webster Louisa S. F. Mrs. house 28 Eeckford 
Webster ]Mary Mrs. house 163 Boston 
Weeden Anna Mrs. house 11 Gedney court 
Weeks Alpheus, engineer, house 99 Bridge 
I Weeks Dudley C. engineer, house o North 
Weeks .John, shoemaker, house 8 North court 
Weeks William, gardener, house Leach 
Weeks William, carpenter, house 8 Dearborn 
Weir Daniel P. blacksmith, house 28 Liberty 
Welch Aaron, farmer, house 4 Allen 
Welch Charles L. captain, house 24 Carlton 
, Welch Edward, tanner, house Adams 
Welch Ellen Mrs. house 105 North 
AVelch James, laborer, house Mill, near Endicott 
Welch John, laborer, house 18 Derby 
Welch John, laborer, house 92 Derby 
Welch Jo)\n, laborer, house 6 Peabody 
Welch John A, mariner, house 6 Turner 
■Welch ^Margaret, house 9 Herbert 
Welch Mary Mrs. house 101 Derby 
Vv^'elch Michael, laborer, house 93 Derby 
Welch Michael, laborer, house Boyd, cor. Pingrse 
Welch Patriclc, laborer, house 30 North 
Welch Patrick, bootmaker, house 7 Ward 
Welch Thomas, currier, house Green place 
Vv'elch Thomas, trader, house 31 Derby 
TYelch Walter, laborer, house 172 Derby 
; Welch William, mnrincr, house 6 Turner 
j Welch William, 3 .^Lirket House, house rear 18 Lafayette 
1 Welch William L. clerk, 44 Derby, boards 4 Allen 
[Wellington Joann;i. house rear 28 Church 
' Wellman Abigail Mrs. house 82 Essex 
Wellman Deborah Wrs. house 3-5 BuiFum 
Wellman George 0. cippersmith, house 89 North 
Wellman Samuel, maiiuer, house 48 Essex 
Wellman Ursula, widow, house 9 May 
Wellman A"irgii O. shoera*ker, house'9 May 
Vv'ells George W. machinist, house 19 Saunders 
Wells Jarue--, coach a nter, house 19 Saunders 
Wells John, gum copal ivorker, house 1 i Carlton 
Wells Lmius, 190 Derby, house 22 Liberty 
Wells V7illiam G., ckrk (B.) boards 22 Liberty 
Wentworth John, laborer, house 172 Derby 
Wentworth Lewis E. tinsmith, 29 Front, house 5 Pond 



180 SALEM [W] DIRECTOUY, 



West Benjamin A. {John A. § B. A. West), 218 Derby, house 

74 Lafayette 
West Betsey, widow, house 120 Lafayette 
West Elizabeth, widow, house 125 Essex 
West Elizabeth, Avidow, house 68 Essex 
West George, farmer, 120 Lafayette 
West George jr. Mrs. house 14 Elm 
West John, farmer, house 120 Lafayette 
West John A. & B. A. merchants, 218 Derby 
West Rebecca Mrs. house 119 Essex 
West Richard, house 1 Lynde 
West Samuel, house 72 Lafayette 
West William H. farmer, house rear 130 Lafayette 
Weston Charles & Sons*- (TAomas F., Charles II., ^ John W. 

Westoyi), tanners and curriers. May, house 30 Boston 
Weston Charles H. {Charles Weston &; Sons), boards 30 Boston 
Weston Edward S. captain, house 19 Oliver 
Western Eliza Mrs. house 3 Hardy 

Weston Elizabeth, teacher. Normal School, boards 2 Ash 
Weston John, mariner, boards 15 Essex 
Weston John AV. machinist, rear May, boards 30 Boston 
Weston Nathaniel, merchant, house 9* Brown 
Weston Nathaniel jr. house 9 Brown 
Weston Phineas^R. paper and paper stock, 164 Derby, house 

46 Essex 
Weston Thomas F. (C. Weston ^ Satis), house 30 Boston 
Weymouth John, truckman, house 30 Winthrop 
Whaian Michael, laborer, house Salem turnpike 
Whartey Michael, currier, house 89 North 
Whartey Patrick, laborer, house 38 Federal 
Whartey Peter, house 89 North (Cal.) 
Wharty Thomas, laborer, house Grove 
Whealton John, laborer, house 21 High 
Wheatland Benjamin Mrs. house 136 Federal 
Wheatland George, counsellor, 1 Market ct. house 374 Essex 
Wheatland Henry, physician, house 374 Essex 
Wheatland Richard, house 358 Essex 
Wheatland Richard H. physician, house 374 Essex 
Wheatland Simeon J. porter, house foot Northey 
Wheatland Stephen G. counsellor, 194 Essex, house 374 do. 
Wheatland WiUliam R. {Bodqe b^ Wheatland), h. 358 Essex 
Wheeler Asa Mrs. house 53 Endicott 
Wheeler Benjamin S. provisions, 1 and 2 Market House, house 

at South Danvers 
Wheeler J. Harvey, 173 Essex, boards 169 do. 
Wheeler John, city watchman, house 28 Dearborn 
Wheeler Joseph, clerk, 135 Derby, house 26 Essex 



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Wheeler Justin E. hairdresser, boards 11 Hardy 
Wheeler Michael S. captain, house 28 Essex 
Wheeler Richard P. 12 Market Ho. house 53 Endicott 

Wheeler Susan, widow, house 26 Essex 

Wheeler William H. coachman, house 18 Fowler 

Whipple Albert (S. Whipple ^- Brothers), house 45 Essex 

Whipple Charles J., Traders' Bank (B.) house 2 Andover 
Whipple George M. {Henry Whipple S^ Son), 190 Essex, house 
2 Andover 

W^hipple Henry & Son {George M. Whipjole), books, charts, and 
stationery, 190 Essex, house 2 Andover 

Whipple H. G. boards 31 Turner 

Whipple John, house 31 Turner 

jWhipple John H. sailmaker, Phillips wharf, house 30 Turner 

.Whipple Jonathan Mrs. house 33 Turner 

iWhipple J. Lovett (S. Whipple &; Brothers), house 47 Essex 

jWhipple Stephen & Brothers {Albert &,- J. L. Whijjjile), gum 

i copal works, 35 Turner, house 12 Hardy. 

Whipple Wm. H. bookkeeper. Merchants' Bank, h. 2 Andover 

jW^hitaker V/illiam, carpenter, 222 Derby, boards 196 do. 

W'hitcomb Jarcd P. restorant, 12S Boston, h. Beaver lane 
IWhite Benjamin II. {Russell ^ White), house 62 W^ashington 

White Christopher, laborer, house 38 Federal 
;W^hite Daniel A. house 46 Washington 
'White Franklin, grocer, 56 Harbor, boards 70 do. 
'W^hite George F. captain, house Linden, near Holly 

W^hite James, laborer, house 10 River 
{white John, musician and daguerreotypist, house 73 North 

White John, laborer, boards 34 Derby 

I White Mary Ann, widow, house rear 8 Allen 

'White Sarah Miss, house 4 Park 

I White Thomas, hostler, house 15 Ash 

{W^hite William, laborer, boards 5 BufFum 

White William H. shoemaker, house 14 Upham 

Whitmore Anna, teacher, house 73 Bridge 

Whitmore Stephen, house 73 Bridge c 

Whitney {Richard S.) & Tuttle (//. .4.), carriage trimmers and 
harness makers. West place, house 43 Lafayette 

Whitney William W. teamster, house 18 Park 

Whittemore Samuel, tea store, 316 Essex, house 1 Whittemore 
jW^hittemore Samuel, 2d, shoemaker, house 7 Becket 

Whittier Charles C. stonecutter, Naumkeag wharf, house 12 
Harbor 

Whittier Joseph, stonecutter, boards 3 Salem 

Whittred^e Thomas C. Mrs. house 179 Federal 

Wiggin Abigail Mrs. house 1 Federal 

Wiggin Asa, teamster, house 76 Summer 



182 SALEM [W] DIRECTORY. 

Wiggin Asa A. cabinet maker, house 5 Saunders 

Wiggin Benjamin T. shoemaker, boards Walter, c. Dodge 

Wiggin Edward N. laborer, house 20 Cedar 

Wiggin George B. teamster, house 64 Mill 

Wiggin George F. police officer, house 18 English 

Wiggin Joseph W. tailor, house 3 North court y 

Wiggin Levi, provisions, 12 Newbury, house 28 Howard 

Wiggin Mary, widow, house 7 Elm 

Wiggin Nathaniel, house 48 Endicott 

Wiggiij Patrick, laborer, house Tucker's wharf 

Wiggin PeirceL. house 9 Daniels 

Wiggin Thomas Mrs. house 7 Elm 

Wiongin Thomas H, shoemaker, house 7 Elm 

Wiihr Lawrence W. variety store, 52 Endicott, house do. 

Wiley John G. carpenter, house 44 Harbor 
I Wiley Mary, widow, house 160 Bridge 
jWiley Moses, mariner, house 44 Harbor 

Wilkins Albert, tanner, 50 Boston, house 157 Federal 

Wilkins Albert jr. currier, house 57 Derby 

Wilkins Charles, blacksmith and horse shoer, 28 Liberty, h. 

15 Williams 
Wilkins Charles F. currier, boards 15 Williams 
Wilkins Charles R. captain, house 22 Hardy 
Wilkins Hezekiah, mariner, house 6 Bentley 
Wilkins Hezekiah jr. varnish maker, house 12 Carlton 
Wilkins Jason, carpenter, 112 Essex, house 12 Lemon 
Wilkins John G. house 92 Boston 
Wilkins John H. HI Essex, house 12 Lemon 
Wilkins John H. tanner, house 92 Boston 
Wilkins Rufus P. painter, house 92 Boston 
Willard Josiah, watchmaker, 179 Essex, h. 76 Summer 
Willard Mary, tailoress, house 10 Winthrop 
Willard Ora H. currier, house 20 Fowler 
Willey James L. cabinet maker, house 5 Gardner court 
Willey Mark L. shoemaker, house 5 Gardner court 
Willey Sara"!fel, cabinet maker, house 15 Lemon 
Willey William, captdn, house 28 Howard 
Williams Abraham, laborer, house 53 Forrester 
Williams Andrew, hairdresser, 5 Arring ton's building, house 

28 Salem 
Williuns A. M. dressmaker, house 4 St. Peter court 
Williams Charles C. mariner, boar. Is 15 Becket 
Wdliams Charles F captain, housT 5 Monroe 
Williams Elizabeth Mrs. house 33 Salem 
Williams George Mrs. house 22^ Beckford 
Williams Georgianlia F. house 10 Garden court 
Williams Hannah Mrs. fancy cake baker, house 4 Creek 



ALEM [W] DIRECTORY. 18-3 



Williams Henry L. merchant, 31 Kilby (B.), house 342 Essex 

Williams Hiram F. cooper, house 4 Herbert 

Williams Israel P. captain, house 19 Chestnut 

Wiiliams John jr. freightman, house lo Becket 
i Williams John B. consul, Auckland, N. Z. h. 19 Chestnut 
j Williams John H, carpenter, boards lo Becket 
I Williams John S. Mrs. house 3 Federal 
: Williams Lydia Mrs. house 19 Chetsnut 

i Williams Mary A. Mrs. cook, house lo Pond [ette 

i Williams Mary E. teacher of drawing, 243^ Essex, h. 126 Lafay- 
I Williams Rachel, widow, house 23 Carlton 
I Williams Remember, ^yidow, house 11 Osgood 
I Williams Thomas, mariner, house lo Essex 
: Williams Thomas, shoemaker, house 4 St. Peter court 
i Williams Thomas F. laborer, house 8 Porter 
! Williams Thos. Jefferson, shoemaker, boards 101 North 
I Williams Urban R. {Briggs <§• W.), house Prospect Hill 
I Williams William, physician, 110 Federal, house 108 do. 
I Williams William D. painter, boards lo Becket 
I Williamson Thomas H. cooper, house 84 Derby 
: Willis George G'. painter, house 16 Oliver 
i Willis John, captain, house 16 Oliver 
j Willis John G. clerk, house 9 Northey 
j Williston John F. mariner, bouse 2 Norman 
j Williston Samuel S. sawtilcr, 60 Charter, house do, 

Williston Thomas, hostler, house lo Daniels 

Willoughby Charles D. gaiter boot fitter, 81 Bridge 

Wilson Edward, mariner, house 112 Bridge 

Wilson Edward, clothier, 247 Essex, house 12 Andrew 

Wilson Enoch, tanner, house 86 Boston 

Wilson Frederick, mariner, house 16 Daniels 

Wilson George W. mariner, house 6 Peabndy 

Wilson George W. ship carpenter, house 91 Essex 
j Wilson George W. currier, house 174 Derby 

Wilson Hugh, gardener, house 8 North Pine 

Wilson Jacob, mariner, house S2 Bridge 

Wilson Jarnes, laborer, house 174 Derby 
j Wilson John O. Mrs. house 10 Upiiam 

Wilson Mary Mrs. house 22 Brown 

Wilson Maiy, widow, house 188 Derby 

Wilson M iry, widow, house lo North 

W'ilson Nancy Mrs. house 18 River 

Wilson Oliver, carpenter, house Lafayette, near the line 

Wilson Prudence, widow, boards 4o Broad 

Wilson Thomas C. mariner, house 12 Cedar 
j Wineberry Thomas, butcher, house 7^ Boston 



184 SALEM [W] DIRECTOK\. 



Wincell David, farmer, house Orne 

Winchester Isaac, stair builder, 42 Charter, house 8 Ash 

Winchester Jacob, house 97 Boston 

Winchester Silas, shoemaker, boards 8 Ash 

Winn Daniel D. Rev. house 179 Federal 

Winn George P. clerk, 141 Essex, boards 4 Liberty 

Winn John D. currier, house 13 Barr 

Winn Joseph, house 121 Federal 

Winn Joseph R. Mrs. house 57 Lafayette 

Winn Mehitable, Avidow, house 8 Bentley 

Winslow Clarissa, widow, house 129 North 

Winslow Joshua, tinsmith, house 120 North 

Winsor Frederick, physician, boards 33 Summer 

Winters Lawrence, laborer, house 11 Charter 

Wise George H. confectioner, 271 Essex, house 1 Mechanic 

Wise Thomas H. bak^r, boards 1 Mechanic 

Witham James E. seaman, house 216 Derby 

Witham Nicholas, mariner, house 8 Elm 

Witham Nicholas B. clerk, 25 Lafayette, house 8 Elm 

Witter Oliver, operative, boards 67 Harbor 

Wogan James, coachman, 204 Essex 

Wood Allen, shoemaker, house 17 School 

Wood Andrew P. shoemaker, house 12.^ Hathorne 

Wood George, shoemaker, house 78 North 

Wood George W. laborer, house 16 Peabody 

Wood J. G. physician, 265 Essex, house 17 Barton square. 

Wood Leonard S. shoemaker, house 120 North 

Wood Nathaniel, cooper, house 12 Daniels 

Wood Samuel P. shoemaker, house 17 School 

Wood William P. shoemaker, house 14 Norman 

Woodberry Edmund, Avh-?clwright, house rear 95 Boston 

Woodbury Benjamin F. painter, house 22 Forrester 

Woodbury Charles, mason, house 4 Woodbury court 

Woodbury Ezra, carpenter, 124 Bridge, house 15 Northey 

Woodbury Isaiah Mrs. house 14 Northey 

Woodbury Isaiah, clerk, Phillip's wharf, boards 14 Northey 

Woodbury James, tanner, house 18 Whittemore, c. Dearborn 

Woodbury Susan- Mrs. house 19 Northey 

Woodman M. E. Miss, millinery goods, 31 Lafayette 

Woods Ephraim, horticulturist, house 122 North 

Woods Eunice, widow, house 122 North 

Woodward E. S. milliner, 252^ Essex 

Worcester Elizabeth, widow, house 28 Boston 

Worcester John F. shoemaker, house Endicott, corner Mill 

Worcester John F. teacher, Franklin building, h. 31 Pleasant 

Worcester Samuel M. Rev. D. D. house 6 Carpenter 

Worcester Zervia, widow, house 6 Carpenter 



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Worley Timothy, laborer, house 5 Gerrish place 

Worling Edward, laborer, house 151 Bridge 

Worling William Mrs. house 17 Xorth court 

Wright David, house Porter lane 

Wright David A. shoemaker, boards Porter lane 

Wright John, shoemaker, house 44 Broad 

Wright Peter E. provisions, 50^ Derby, house 42 Essex 

Wright Sylvia Mrs. house 7 Webb 
I Wright William, coachman, 51 Washington 
jWyatt Simon, teamster, house foot Gardner court 
jWyman Isaac, counsellor, house Lafayette, n. Marblehead line 
I Wyman Matilda F. milliner, 158 Essex, house 20 Howard 
j Wyman Rufus, house 68 Bridge 
I Wyman Theodore L. carpenter, house 29 Williams 
[Wyman William W. house Lafayette, near Marblehead line 

YORK DANIEL, laborer, house 18 Conant 
York John G. teamster, house Everrett, oorner Salem 
Young Aaron C. carpenter, house 7 Spring 
Young Eunice, widow, house 7 Spring 
Young Isaac, hoi^se 76 Summer 
j Young Stephen, mason, house 83 Lafayette 

i ZIMMERMAN JOHN A. tobacconist, 35 Washington, house 
house 19 St. Peter 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



CITY OF SALEM, 

In •whieli the Professions and Trades are alphabetically arranged. 



I 

I Agricultural Tools. 

Adams, Richardson & Co. 207 Essex 

Hale Henry, iil5 E'^sex 

Newcomb, Farless & Co. 186 Essex 

Ambrotypes. 

ClifiTord D. A. 241 Essex 
Moultou J. W. 214 Essex 

Apothecaries. 

I Barton Gardner, 124 Essex 
Brooks W. A. 33^ Lafayette 

' Browne & Price, 226 tssex 
Chaniberlaiu J. \V. 1 Boston 

I Knierton James, 123 Kssex 

j Farring on Geo. P. 310 Essex 

i Harris Nathaniel B. 143 Esstx 

IJoiusI. R. 138 Derby 

i >^inkham Charles H. 288 Essex 

j Piatt Henry J. 141 fssfx 
Putuani George, 275 Essex 
Saunders A. S. C. 242 Essex 
Stone James jr. 40 Broad 

i v\ allace Thomas, 9 Washington 

j Webb William, 54 Essex 

j Architects and Engineers. 

Emmerton & Foster, 32 Wash. 
Putnam Charles A. 251 Essea 

Auctioneers, 

Needham T. 9 Liberty 
Nichols GeorgH, 42 Washington 
Parker G A. SO Front 
Shepnrd & Archer, 34 Front, & 18 
Washington 

Bag Manufacturers. 

Sihiey & Co. 17 Central 



Bakers. 

Brown Daniel, 10 Mill 
Ball William. 22 Central 
Eaton N. J. 29 Brown 
Gardner Simon, 24 Turner 
Goss Richard G. 87 North 
Hathaway E. 68 Washington 
Pea>e & Price, 13 Hifih 
Preston John, jr 53 Summer 
Sanger Edwara H. 416 Essex 
Smith J. H. 52 Harbor 
Stow & Tibbetts, head Phillips wf. 
Thompson Geor-je J. 28 Bioad 
Turell B. F 89 Essex 
Watts Charles, 53 Derby 

Eark Mills. 
Frye Joseph S., Goodhue 
Becktbrd Josiah, Goodhue 

Bathing. 
Rust Horace, 148 Bridge 

Blacksmiths. 

Andrews Giiman, 27 Beach 
Church Samuel, 5 Laboratory 
Cox F. II , Bridge, corner North 
Cutts Benjjtmin. 8 Sewall 
Cutts Richard, Endicott, c. Mill 
Goodell A. C. & Son, 16 Lafayette 
Goodhue J. B. 3 Cambiidge 
Nichols John, 45 Union (shipsmith) 
Perry Francis L., Phillips wharf 
Plummer Moses, rear 21 Northey 
Potter & Peirson, West place 
Stoddard & Agge, 51 Harbor 
Syniouds Dean C. 33 North 
Walton Josiah jr. 116 Boston 
Wilkius Charles, 28 Liberty 



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Boot and Shoe Dealers. 

Ashby J. J.264 Essex 
Averell & Low, 76 Boston 
r^ancroftT. S. lOS Boston 
Bariow John, 149 E~sex 
Bosson & Glover. 14 Lafayette 
Bujwell Eben, 196 Essex 
Chapman William U. 210 Essex 



Boardiag Houses. 

Baker Anna, 9 Washington 
lowditch II. 5 Barton square 
Bo'wiB James, 59 North 
Converse A. Mrs 196 Derby 
Chandler Abby B. 6 Nonnan 
Jordan A. 9 Uigginson square 
Noble N. 20 Norman 



Dtiver S. & Son, 16 Washington and | Koilins Sarah J. 21 Lafayette 

34i Front ~ 

Feiguson T. B. 40 Union 
Gomes Jo-eph. 10 Lafayette 



Stanley T. 3 Pleasant 

Boat Builders So Spar Makers. 



Goodwin E. u6 Derby 
Hendersons. 21 St. Peter 
Lee George W. 148 Essex 

j O'Connell Timothv, 5 Central 
Palmer Theron, 216 Essex 
Perkins & Brown, 137 Derby 
Perley Joho, 252 Essex 
Plummer M.J. 161 Essex 

j Rhodes C. 46 Der t.y 
Richardson Jeremiah, 213 Essex 
Sweetser Ephraim, 239 Essex 



Becket & Fellows, foot of Daniels 
Leech William, 205 Derby 
Vincent A. L. rear 41 Derby 

Boiler Maker. 

Tetlow James, Naumkeag wharf 

j Eook Binders. 

I Ivis H. P. &■ Smith A. A, 232 Essex 
Perley J jr. & Co. 191 Essex 



Books, 



Periodicals and Sta- I 
tionery. j 

Brooks D. B. & Brother, 193 Essex 
Chandler L. & Co. 4 Washington 
Creamer George, 151 Essex 
Clexton Edward, 5 Washington 
Ives H. P. & Smith A. A. 232 Essex 
Ives J. S. & Co. 281 E'sex 
Jlorelaod John II. 241 Essex 
TiJton J. E. 1S8 Essex 
Whipple Henry & Son, 190 Essex 



Boot and Shoe Makers. 
Ashby R. R. 21 Salrm 
Beadle Josiah, 6 Lemon 
Bowman Jame<, 5 Eudicott 
iiryant J. Johnson, 27 Norman 
Cariv J. II. on Union Bridge 
Dean S. 112 Bridge 
Dodge \Vm. M. 3 Lemon 
I Gillespie J. 34 Boston 
: Griswold B. L., Phelps court 
I Hay J. A. 35 lirown 
I Hubbard J. G.-0. 233 Essex (gaiters) 
[ Janes Edwin, 5 Carlton 
Knight William, 25 North 
Larrabee Somvrs, N. Beach 
Law George D. 12 Norman 
.Martin C. 1 Phcenix Building 
Mclntir* S. G. 18 Beckford 
Perry II. W. 61 Nor h 
Poole N. 22 Winthrop 
Punchard J. P. 24 Winthrop (gaiter 
I boots) 

Rogegs T G.. North, n. the Bridge 
Shuswell Mi'Ses, 26 Andre*? 
Sibley G. V. 17 Centi-al [manuf.) 
Still Thomas, 10 Ash 
Symonds Ebea, 53 North 

Syirouds J. P. 55 Baffuin (-manuf.) I Fellows Israel, 199 Es-ex 
vVood Samuel P. 17 School I Grant Joshua B. 51 Boston 



Brewers. 

Crosby Geo. W. 10 Derby sq. (ceUar) 
Gray L. K., Front, cor. Wash. 

Brick Maker. 

Putnam Joseph, 10 Franklin 

Brokers. 

[Rtal Estate and Stock.] 
Nichols George, 42 Washington 
Peirce N. 163 Essex 
Shei-ard & Archer, 34 Front and 18 
Washingcou 

Cabinet Makers. 

I Appleton N 80 Derby ('/e.^ks) 



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Grant J. C. 15 Lafayette 
Haskell J. S. 29« Essex 
Henderson & Kimball, 38 Wash. 
Hubon H. & II. G. 48 Washington 
Hutchinson T. 112 Essex 
Kimball J. Ill Essex (chairs) 
Sander.^on John, 122 Federal 
Very Nathaniel jr. 274 Essex 
Wallis Joseph, 205^ Essex 

Carpenters and Builders. 
Blake A. S. 29 Liberty 
Brooks John, Derby wharf (skip) 
Brown George, 49 St. Peter {ship) 
Brown George A. & T. 158 Derby 
Brown & Upton, 7 Walnut 
Coffin C, South nilway [ship) 
Copeland R. M. 8 North 
Danforth J. A. 46 Union 
Danforth S. G. 33 Endicott 
Day Albert, 228 Derby 
Dickson Augustus, 31 North 
Edwards John S. 8 North 
Elwell Charles B. 38 Peabody 
Fuller E. P., North Pine 
Gifford T. J. & Co. rear Carpenter 
GiEford R. B., Dean 
Goldthwait & Day, 20 Peabody 
Griswold B. L , Phelps court 
Haley S. 5 Prince 
Hammond William C. 127 Derby 
Harris & Hutchings, 36 North 
Hart David, head of Philips wharf 
Hawes William, 127 Boston 
Honeycomb Thomas P , 31 North 
Honeycomb Willi;im H. 14 Cross 
Honeycomb & Potter, Endicott 
Hood David B., Turner, near Essex 
Jones William, 171 Derby 
Leavitt & Dt-nnis, 10 Lafayette 
Leavitt H. D. 27 Liberty 
L vejoyJohn, 108 Essex 
Marden Lemuel, Beckford 
Melcher Edward, 83 North 
Morse Ebenezer, rear 123 Lafayette 
Moulton N. P. 5 Mechanic 
Ober Andrew, 42 Charttr 
Perkins E. B. 11 Cherry 
I'utnam A. P. 3 Beach 
Smith Aaron, jr. 3 Howard 
Smith James A. 10 Walnut 
Stiles Dean, 23 Harbor 
Symonds Charles F. 31| Buffum 
Towle & Norris, 10 Lalayetto 



Walker P. D 7 Boston 
Whitaker William, 222 Derby 
Wilkins Jason, 112 Essex 
Winchester Isaac, 42 Charter 
Woodbury Ezra, 124 Bridge 

Carpetings. 

Archer, Downing & Co. 173 Essex 
Goldthwait Willard, 155 Essex ' 
Ide Edwin R. 223 Essex 
Pulsifer D. & J. 25 Front (painted) 
Pulsifer N. 11 Spring (painted) 

Carpet Makers. 

Levering Lydia, 14 Federal 
Daland Joanna, 12 Beckford 

Carriage Builders. 
Dodge J. W. 30 Peabody 
Long Charles W. 25 Bt-ach 
Loring Edward D., West place 
Mclntire H. 12 Sewall 
Southward S. S. rear Essex House 
Whitney & Tuttle, West place 

Carver. 

True Joseph, 42 Mill 

Caterer. 

Sanger Edward U. 416 Essex 

Chair Manufactory. 
Kimball J. Ill Essex 

Cigar Makers. 
Bartlett Frederick B. 82 Derby 
Battis & Brown, 110 Derby 
Brewer C. & Son, 18 Front 
Laskey John, 47 Mill 
Skinner R. & Son, 64 Federal 
Skinner S. S. 104 Derby 
Smith & Masury, 132 Derby 
Zimmerman J. A 35 Washington 

Cigar tBox Manufacturer. 

Walton Joseph, 147 Boston 

Clergymen. 

Adams J. A. 6 Everett 
Allen E. W. 1 Northey 
Briggs G. W. 9 Summer 
Buruham George, 17 Crombie 
Carlton Michael. 30 Charter 
Clapp Dexf'jr, 105 Bridge 



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Cook AVilliam, 44 Charter 

,Cot)way James, 10 Wall 

' Dwinell Israel E. 65 North 
Ellis Samn«r, 64 Summer 
Emerson B. 377 Kssex 
I lop pin J. M. 392 Kssex 
Johnson S. jf 14 Brovrn 
Leeds Georue, 41 vvarren 
Lowe Charles, 5 Bartnn square 
Mills R C. 119 Federal 
iJussell John L. 22 Lafavette 
Shahan Thomas II. 126 Federal 
Thompson J. \V. 40 Chestnut 
Very Jones, 154 Federal 
Winn Daniel D 179 Federal 
Worcester S. M. 6 Carpenter 

Cloaks and Mantillas. 

Hammond & Tattle, 167 Essex 
Palmer \Y. \V. & Co. 175 Essex 
Shepard J. B. & S. D. 152 Essex 

Clocks. 
Newcomb, Farless & Co. 186 Essex 

Clothes Cleaning. 

Ryan John, 9.^ St. Peter 

Clothing &/ Furnishing Goods. 

.\shton William B. 211 Essex 

Bates C. F 244 Essex 

Bennett A. 33 Lafayette 

Burbeck W. 11. & Co. 255 Essex 

Carpen-er D. P. 205 Essex 

Chamberlain & McKenzie, 29 Wash. 

Cross J. S. 198 Essex 

Dods^e George, 122 Derby 

Griffen E.. Liberty, cor, of Charter 

llenfield J. H. lO" Front 

Jones S. G. 177 Essex 

Luscomb C. B. 24 AVashington 

McKey J. 189 Essex 

Pearson II. A. 217 Essex 

Peck F. S. 240 Essex 

Perkins & Brown 137 Derby 

Perkins Daniel, 181 Essex 

Sibley M. II , Central, c. of Charter 

Smith George II. 247 Essex 

Wilson Edward, 247 Essex 

Coach Office. 

13 Cent ral Street 



Coal and "Wood. 

[See Wood and Bark.] 
W. W., North wharf 
Brooks A T. 117 Dei by 
Cabeeu William, 208 Derby 
iJike John & Co. 183 Derby 
Doilge J. L. 17 Lafa' et^e (Sark) 
Fuller B. B. & Co. 13 Front 
Grover J , Brookhonse & Hunt's wf 
HHtchL. B. llSD-^rbv {bark) 
lieenev & Clark, 169 Deiby 
Ricker 0. P. 29 Peahodv 
Sanborn G. St F. T. 115 Derby 

Cofiia Warehouses. 

Appleton X. 80 Derby 

Ilubon H. & H. G. 48 Washington 

Wallis Joseph, 205^ Essex 

Confectioners. 
Crocker S. P. 2 3 Esses & 12 Wash. 
Estes G. W. 10 Newoury I 

Marks J. 287 Es ex I 

Need ham & Hawkes444 & 272 Essex 
Pepper J. W.Mrs.44Buffum(OTa7iM/".): 
Rogers S. F. 170 Essex 
Simon J. 160 Essex I 

Wise G. H. 271 Essex I 

Consul. (Bruish.) 
Burchmore Z. 112 Derby 
Coopers. 

Battls & Florance, 147 Derby 
D ilyrmple Simon O. 4 Derby wharf 
Farley J. L. 36 Cedar 
Getchell Benj. W. h. Phillips wharf 
Keliew Samuel, 47 Union 
Nichols Wm. II. & Brother, Brook- 
house wharf 
Roundy Thomas, 10 Lafayette 
Rowell Edward, WebU's wharf 
Story Daniel, 4 Cambridge 

Copper and Brass Founder. 

Waters Andrew S. 6 Franklin 

Cordage. 

Atwill Isaac, Bridge, near Osgood 
Chisholm J«SHph, 68 Mill [lyianilla) 

Counsellors. 

Andrews George, 150 Essex 
Bancroft S. C. 27 Washington 



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Barstow Becjamin, 159 Essex 

Ohever George F. 150 Essex 

Conollj H. L. 150 Es?ex 

Gillis James A, 22 Asiatic Building 

Huntington A., Court House 

Ives & Feaboily, 226^ Essex 

Kimball K W. 2U Essex 

King J. G. 235 Essex {commissioner 

of insolrericy) 
Lord Nathaniel J. 194 Essex 
Lord Otis P. 27 Washington 
Northend & Choate, 24^ Wash. 
Osiiood J. B. F. 235 Essex 
Perkins J. C. 243i Essex 
Perry & Endicotf, 182 Essex 
Phillips 8-tephen H. 22 Asiatic Build. 
Phillips & Gillis, 22 Asiatic Building 
Piagree T. P. jr. 243| Essex 
Prescott William C. 27 Washington 
Kantoul R. S. 22 Asiatic Building 
Roberts D. 19 Asiatic Build, {master 
in chanc-yy and commissioner for 
Maine, R. 1 and N. Y.) 
Safford D. E. 24 Asiatic Building 
Stimp>oa T. M. 194 Esse.K 
Story Augustus, 27 Washington 
Thorndike L. 175} Essex 
AV'aters Jose-ph G. 150 Essex 
Wheatland George, 1 Market court 
Wheatland S. G. 194 Essgx 

Crockery, Glass and Earthen 
Ware. 

Bancroft T. S. 108 Boston 
Bowditch William A. 221 Essex 
Brooks Asa, 1^0 Essex 
Peele Robert, 282 Essex 
Ropes Timothy, 214 Essex 
Simonds S. C. & E. A. 32 Front 

Curriers. 

[See Leather Dressers, ^c] 
Bott John C, Pope's court 
Braden James, 47 Boston 
Brewster Ira & Son, 11 Franklin 
Briggs & Williams, Prospect 
Bruce George W. 55 Boston 
Buxton Joseph, jr. 1 J^each 
Conrey James U., Buffum 
Conway Hugh, 69 Mason 
Culliton John, Milldam 
Davis Warren P. 53 Boston 
l)onovan & Redmond, foot of Beach 



Evans A. A. rear Mason 
Fitz'jcrald John, Goodhue 
Frye Daniel, Beaver 
Gibney John, 11 Beach 
Harrington Charles, 428 Essex 
Harrington L. B. 428 Essex 
Haskell Daniel C. 71 Mason 
Ilorton Nathaniel, Buffum 
Huse John, 59 Bo.ston 
Kcnney William, rear May 
Kiu.'-man & Clough, 14 Franklin 
Looby Patrick, 91 Mason 
Mahorey Jeremiah, Pope's court 
Martin William P. 35 Boston 
McCalley Andrew, rear 180 Federal 
McCarty Michael, Franklin 
McCurdy T. G. 69 Ma on 
Murphy Vr'illiam C, Franklin 
Newton John H. 3 Franklin 
Nichols Thomas, Goodhue 
Nichols & Sbepard, Prospect 
Noah George G. 34 Boston 
Osborn Horace, rear May 
Perkins Joseph S. 59 Boston 
Phipps & Pickering, r. 180 Ftderal 
Pitoian J. C 5 Pope's court 
Pitman N. 24 Boston 
Pitman Samuel, jr., Goodhue 
Putnam Jacob & Co. 63 Boston 
Riley James, rear Mason 
Rupp Andrew, rear 33 fJos'on 
Sanboi-n James, rear cf Mason 
Snow N. foot of Beach 
Stimpson James R. rear 41 Boston 
Stimpson J. C. 39 Boston 
Thorndike William D., Prospect 
Treadwell Nathaniel R. rear Mason 
Tuttle Nathaniel, 21 Boston 
Varney W., D & S. 82 Boston 
Walden Joseph F. 50 Boston 
Weston Charles & Sons, May 

Curled Hair Factory. 

English Philip, Bridge, near March 

Daguerreotype Artists. 

ClififoidD. A. 241 Essex 
Moul'on J. W. 214 Essex 
Snell William, 208 Essex 

Dentists. 

Batchelder J. H. 157 Essex 
Bowdoin W. L. 208 Essex 
Farnum Joseph jr. 251 Essex 



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Fisk Joseph E. 11 Washington 
Hurd W. W. 251 Essex 

Distillers. 

Chamberlin T., Charter, c. Derby 
Hodges S. R 17 Elm 

Door Plates. 

Newhall F. A. 24 Washington 

Dressmaker. 

Allen SRrah, 16 Central 
Breed Rebecca, 57 Summer 
Burniston .lane, 3h Liberry 
Chipman (^aroline, 1 Turner 
Diikin K. Mrs. 77 Summer 
Davis Hannah L. 11 Ash 
Dewing Dolly, 2 Lynde 
Dimoud Abigail, 10 Lynn 
Dockham M. A. 385 Essex 
j Goodhue Priscilla, 55 Washington 
Harvey M. 6 Pratt 
Harding M. T. 131 Derby 
Jones & Callahan, 169 Essex 
Laskey, M. E 45 Mill 
Mansfield N. & F. 13 Crombie 
Mclntyre Mary E. D. 12 Curpenter 
Millett Sarah L. 8 North court 
McCloy C. A. 14 Union 
Nourse Sarah H. 3^ Liberty 
Piukham Mary H.173 Federal 
Pulsifer Sarah E. 9 Lemon 
Rich N. A. 5 Central 
Saunders Lydia, 6 Norman 
Savory Mary, 21 Beckford 
Scotchburn G. A. M s 3 Central 
iShinick T. Mrs. 14 Central 
Stickney S. A. 14 Allen 
Thayer Nancy, 34 Broad 
jTwombly E Mrs. 252^ Essex 
Williams A. M. 4 St. Peter 

Dry Goods. 

Silks, Shawls, Hosiery, Gloves, ^c. 
^rcher, Downing & Co, 173 Essex 
Batchelder H. 202 Essex 
Bray Ann R. 76 Fcderall 
Chamberlain R. H. 236 Essex 
Choate F. & Co. 222 Essex 
Cutler William. 138 Boston 
Dix Asa C. 245 Kssjx 
poster John JL 249 Essex 
Qavett William R. 192 Essex 



Goldthwait nillard, 155 Essex 
Hammond & Tuttle, 167 Essex 
Hill W. & R. 277 Essex 
Ida Edwin R. 2-3 Essex 
Lynch D. 94 Derby 
Mckerson A. W. 174 Essex 
Paine J . A. 153 Essex 
Piilfray Edward, 159 Essex 
Palmer Wm. »V. & Co. 175 Essex 
Pond J. S. 29Lafaveite 
Presby 8c F^-aring, 228 Essex 
Price A. E. 220 Essex 
Rose Martna A. 12 Harbor 
Shepard Elizabeth, 284 Essex 
Shepard J, B & S. D. 152 Essex 
Shillaber S. 253 Essex 

Dyer. 

Roles Samuel jr. 7 Frankliu 

Engravings. 
Tilton J. E. 188 Essex [publisher) 

Fancy Goods. 

Co7nhs, Toys, 5)'c., ^c. 
Peckham J. 187 Essex 
Remond & Babcock, ISSK Essex 
Skerry Francis, jr. & Son, 243 Essex 
Smith & Chamberlain, 201 Essex 
Tilton J. E. ISb Esses 

Feather Eed Eenovators. 

Goodhue J. 274 Essex 
Uoss E. 279 Essex 

Fish. 

Cook George T. near North Bridge 
GliJden & Abbott, Phillips wharf 
Martin John N. & Co. 14 Front 
Ober Samuel, 26 Derby square 
Parsons & Shackelford, 64 Union 
West J. A. & B. A. 228 Derby (dry) 

Flour and Grain. 

Ball William. 22 Central 
Beckf.ird & Hanson, 2 Lafayette 
Brooks A. T. 117 Derby 
Bowker Brothers, 227 & 229 Derby 
Buff urn D. Front, cor. Lafayette 
Dodge & Jones, Pierce's wharf 
Ropes R. W 8c Co. 165 Derby 
Steele E. 26 Front 



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Fruit. 
Crocker S. P. 203 Essex & 12 Wash 
Marks John, 287 Essex 
Needham & Hawkes, 144 & 272 

Essex 
Nourse Ebenezer, 41 Washington 
Read J. F. 7 & 9 Citj^ Market 

Furnaces and Ranges. 

Frothingham N. 8c T. 11. 31 Front 
Ropes J. T. & Co. 17 & 19 Front 

Furniture and Feathers. 

Currier & Millett. 281 Essex 
Fellows Israel, 199 Essex 
Goss E 279 Essex 
Henderson & Kimball, 88 Wash. 
Kimball J. Ill Essex (chairs) 
May C. W. 274 Essex 
Wallis Joseph, 205 J^ Essex 

Gas Pipes and Fixtures. 
Small Wm. F. W., 273 Essex 

Glue Manufacturer. 

Anderson J. M., Salem Turnpike 
Grain Mills. (Portable.) 

Norfolk E. L. 13 Front (ynayntf.) 

Granite. 

Clark & BHthen, 17 Peabody 
VMiittier Chas. C. Naumkeag whf. 

Grocers. 

Bartlett A. 82 Derby 
B.irton William C. 8 Brown 
Beckford T F. 85 Bridge 
Boardman D. 39 Derby 
Brooks Luke, jr. 178 Derby 
Brooks & Noyes. 121 Esses 
Brooks N. H."l78 Derby 
Brown Daniel, 16 Mill 
Buffum Caleb, 16 Buffum 
Burke I. U. 319 Essex 
I'alef John, 26 Washington 
Carter II. A. 391 Essex 
Chamberlain Harris k, Co. 24 Front 
Chandler J. D. 106 Federal 
Doage George, 122 Derby 
Dolao John, 171 Derby 
Foster I. P. 109 Derby 
Gardner John. 3 High 



Gardner P. L. W. 143^ Front 
GardTier T. N. & Co. 20 Front 
Goodhue W. P. 44 Derby (wkolfsale 

and retail) 
Gnodsvin Enoch, Derby, c. Carlton 
Grant John, 18 Boston 
Gray William B. 15 English 
Gwinn T. W & J. S. 410 Essex 
Hale Pemberton, 27 Summer 
Haidj' Temple, 72 Federal 
Hatch Henry & Co. 42 Lafayette 
Ho war! John C. 135 Derby 
Kniiiht Foster, 44 & 46 North 
Knight Williini, 55 Harbor 
Lamson Asl jr. Bridge, c. Northey 
Mann J B. 40 Boston 
Marks John, 287 Essex 
Mechanics P. U. 25 Lafayette 
Millett D. 67 Derby 
N, E. P. Union, 12 Front 
Nichols J. S. 107 lioston 
Noyes Enoch K. Sc Co. 6 & 8 Front 
Parks & Harris, 4 St. Peter 
Pickering William, jr. 129 Derby 
Prime James M. 115 North 
Reeves William, 20 Essex 
Salem Independent Protective Asso- 
ciation, Endicott, near Mill 
Shaw J. N 5 Boston 
Spiller R. 0. 162 Boston 
Stevens William, 13 Derby square 
Symonds Benjamin R. 109 North 
Symonds B. R., jr. North, c. Bridge 
Symonds Samuel, jr. 49 North 
Svmonds Thomas, jr. 74 North 
Tufts S. C. 47 Derby 
^Valtou Ebenezer, 89 Mason 
Webster J. C. 4 Newbury & 116 

Essex 
White Franklin, 56 Harbor 

Gum Copal Works. 

Whipple S. & Brothers, 35 Turner 

Gunsmitli. 
Perry n. B.,Blaney 

Hair Dressers. 

Babco<?k Charles, 16 Washington 
Cassell John, 7^ Washington 
Chase F. II. 9 St. Peter 
Colnian George B. 175^ Essex 
Gardner B. 4 Central " 
Kinsley George W. 18 Front 



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Osborn J. B 60 Derby 
Owen Edward, Arrington's build'g 
Piugree R. L>. 22 Derby Square 
I'.oss Nathaniel, 10 Bi ston 
Rowe J. S. 35 Wash, cor Essex 
Williams A. 5 Arrington's Block 

Hair Work, Wigs &c. 

Putnam C. E IToi Es.^ex 
Remnnd & Babeock, ISc^ Essex 
Skerry E. jr 243 Essex 

Hardware and Cutlery. 

Adams, Richardson & Co. 207 Essex 
Brooks A.-a, 12U Essex 
Chase William, 206 Essex 
Hale Her,ry, 215 Ef^s^x 
Newcomb, Earless & Co. 186 Essex 
Pe 'le Robert, 2S2 Essex 
Ropes 'iimothy. 211 Essex 
Simonds S. C. & E. A. 32 Front 

Harness Makers. 

Bennett G. W. 321 Esses 
Christie II. 9 Church 
Coombs F. 81 North i 

0-good Benjamin H. 9 Church i 
Price ELen N. 237 Essex (t, links) ; 
Tufts Richard Palmer, 121 Boston ! 
Watson Fenton, 414 Essex I 

Whitney & Tuttle, Webt place 

Hats, Caps, Furs, &,c. 

Cook Humphrey, 233 Essex and S3 

! AVashiDtcton 
Kimball William, 209 Essex 
Ma\nes William, 35 Washington 
Nourse Aaron, 37 Washing'on 
Osborne Stephen, 183 Essex 

I Webster C. A. & E C. 225 Essex 

I Hay. {Bundle.) 

Brown George F. & S. 33 North 
Dike John & Co. 183 Derby 

: Hatch L. B. 113 Derby 

Horse Shoers. 

I Clark James, West Place 

I Drown Peter, Lummus ct. 
Harding David, rear 25 Front 
Wiikins Charles, 28 Liberty 

Hosiery Manufacturer. 

Wilson .Jabez, 5 North 



Ice. 

Barton W. C. 8 Brown 

Newcomb G. L. & Co. 16 Peabody 

Insurance Agents. 

Clarke N. A. 27 Washington 
Mackintire Samuel, 18 Asiatic Big. 
Mackintire S. A 27 Washington 
Nichols George, 42 Washington 
Peirce N 163 Essex 
Pel kins N B., Asiatic Building 
Shepard & Archer, 31 Front and 18 
Washington 

Iron Fence Builders. 

Cutts Bei jamin, 8 Sewall 
Cutts Rich'd, Endicott, c. Mill 
Potter & Peirson, West place 

Iron Foundry. 

Smith J. R. & S. foot of Gardner St., 
South Salem 

Jewellers. 

[Mani/factuiing.] 
Mackintire J. 10 Central 
Smith & Chamberlain, 201 Essex 

Junk. 

Crafts George, 43 Derby 

laces and Trimmings. 

IMayer J. 154 Essex 

Paine J. A. 153 Essex 

Palmer W. W. & Co. 175 Essex 

lamps and Camphene. 

Hale Henry, 215 Essex 

Newcomb, Earless & Co. 186 Essex 

{la7?ips) 
Ropes T. 214 Essex (lamps) 
Simonds S. 0. & E. A. 32 Front 

{kwips) 

Lead Pipes. 

Waters Andrew S. 6 Franklin 

Leather and Morocco Dresser 

and Colorer. 
Arnold Edward B. 3 Pope's court 

Line and Twine. 

Chisholm .loseph, 68 Mill 
Gwinn James F. 38 Bridge 



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Livery Stables. 

[See Stables.] 

Locksmith and Bell Hanger. 

Phelps Charles, 84 Federal 

Lumber. 

Austin Eleazer, 16 Lafayette 
Brown G. F & S. 3o, 35 & 87 North 
Bufl'um Da^id, 9 Front 
Devereiix Geo. II. Maumkeag whf. 
Farnhara ,J. M. 221 Derbv (li7ne) 
Fuller B. B. & Co. 13 Front 
Goodhue William, 190 Dei by 
Smith Amos, 157 Derby 
Thayer Oliver, 199 Derby and 15 
Peabody 

Machine Sewing. 

Bettis John B. 159 Etsex 
Briggs E. T. 15 Lafayette 
Pray Isaac C. 16 Lafajette 

Machinists. 

Goodell A. C. & Son, 16 Lafayette 
Newcomb B. & Geo. L 18 Peabody 
8mith 0. C, Naumkeag wharf 
Trask Benjamin, 15 Harbor 
Weston John W. rear May 

Maps, Charts, &e. for Mari- 
ners. 
Whipple Henry & Son, 190 Essex 

Mahogany. 

Prime, Kenny & Co., City Mills 

Manufacturing Companies. 

[S-e Miscellaneous.] 

Marble Manufacturers. 

Lord A. & D., Market wharf 
Lord Andrew II. 11 St. Peter 

Masons and Colorers. 

Bowditch George, jr. 9 Bentley 
Farmer & Harris, 72 Washington 
Flint Simeon, 223 Derby 
Fowler George P. 2 St. Peter ct. 
Gardner David, 5 Cambridge 
Haskell Jacob, 18 Ward 
Hay ward Aaron, 82 Summer 
Hay ward Josiah, 120 Federal 
Hurd Thomas, 24 llathorne (stone) 
Kehew Um. B. 24 North 



Mansfield Ira, 3 Lagrange 
Moulton Frederick, 105 federal 
Neal Jonathan, 12 Broad 
Keynolds John P. 13 Northey 
Bicker Morrill, 56 Endicott 
Roberts William S. 12 St. Peter 
Bussell & White, St. Peter court 
Slocum E. 4 Hardy 
Stone James, Flint, cor. Warren 

Mast Maker. 
Vincent A. L. rear 41 Derby 

Merchants. 

Bertram John, Central wharf 
Brookhouse R. 16 Asiatic Bldg; 
Brook house R. jr. 16 Asiatic Bldg 

and Phillips wharf 
Curwen James B. <'entral wharf 
Cusbing Isaac, 183 Derby 
Dodge & Jones, 10 Piprce's wharf 
Fabens Benjimin, 211 Derby 
Fabens Charles H. 211 Derby 
Frye Nathan A., Phillips wharf 
Gardner Henrv, 1 Market court 
Goodhue William P. 44 Derby 
Hoffman Charles. Central wharf 
Hunt Wilh.tm, 16 AMatis Bldg. 
Hanson J. II 16 Asiatic Bldg. 
Kimball E. D. 145 Essex 
Kimball Nathaniel A. 145 Essex 
Meriitt & Co. 14 AVash. ( fonvard'g) 
Mooi-e David, 21 Derb,v wharf 
Osgood John 0. 63 Union 
Peele J. W., Phillips wharf 
Phillips S. C , Phillips wharf 
Pliippen & Endicott, 61 Union 
Pickman William D. 14 Asiatic Big. 
Pingree David, 172 Essex 
Pirigree T. P. 61 Union 
Pingree T. P. 3rd, 145 Essex 
Shatswel! Joseph, 23 Front 
Shepard M. W., Central wharf 
Silsbee B. II. 14 Asiatic Bldg. 
Siisbee John B. Cenrral wharf 
Silsbee John II. 14 Asiatic Big. 
Stone B W. 14 Asiatic Bldg. 
Trumbull E. H. Central wharf 
Upton H. P 15 & 16 Derby wharf 
Upton James, 63 Uinoa 
Upton Robert, 63 Union 
AVard A., Central wharf 
Waters R. P. 182 Esiiex 



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Webb B., Webb's wharf 
Webb J. B., Webb's wharf 
; West John A. & B. A. 218 Derby 

j Milliners. 

BigelowL N. 278 E^spx 
Buxton Thomas, 25S Es'^ex" 
Chamberlain Charles, 147 Essex 
Copeland George A. 165 Essex 
Draper A. 260 Essex 
Dmicklee E. 2db Essex 
Field M. E. 250 Essex 
Fle'cher R. C. Mrs. 168 Essex 
Foster J. 31.249 Essex 
Foster M. L. 263 Es.sex 
Gwinn Mary A. 29i Essex 
Hawkins S. L. 147 Essex 
Jenks Ellen L. oO Harbor 
Jones & Callahan, 169 Essex 
Kimball Elizabeth, 3U Beck ford 
Morrill & Walker, 248 Essex 
Paine J. A. 153 Esses 
Pond J. V. 276 Essex 
Putnam H. P. 291 Essex 
Price A. E. 220 Ersex 
Stanwood L M. 16532 Essex 
Sweetser A. E. 3 Newbury 
Woodman M. E 31 Lafayette 
Woodward E. S. 252^1 Essex 
Wymaa M. E. 158 Essex 

I Music Stores. 

Brooks D. B. fc Brother, 193 Essex 

Tilton J. E. 188 Essex 

Whipple Henry & Son, 190 Essex 

Nail Maker, (Horse.) 
Burkinshaw George, rear 63 Boston 

Nautical Instrument Maker. 
Emery Samuel, 162 Derby 

Nurseries. 

Ilathorne E,, HoUingsworth Hill 
Manning Robert, 33 Dearborn 
Putnam C F., Orne 
^ Woods Ephraim, 122 North 

I Nurses. 

Archer Parah, rear 28 Church 
Barker Ruth, 11 Curtis 
Bali on ri;^j'je II. 7 Pleasant 
Beckford Melinda R. 29 Mill 



Begg Sarah A. foot Skerry 
Berry Abigail, 44 Turner 
Br} ant Lydia, 14 Norman 
Burrill Mary Mrs. 30 Derby 
Burnham E. G. 20 Northey 
CallT. A. Mrs. 119 Essex 
Cate Mary E. 19 Warren 
Clieever Mary P. 371 Essex 
Clement Mary, 2 Rust 
Colburn Rebecca, 218 Essex 
Cox Mary G. 16 High 
Crosby Sarah, 14 Norman 
Daniels Lucy Mrs .25 Winthrop 
Derby Susan A. 2 Dow 
Dockham Elizibeth, 34 Essex 
Dodge Emeline, 246^ Essex 
Emerson Pamelia, 15 Lynde 
Grover Susan, 23 Winthrop 
Hammond Hannah, 12 Winthrop 
Iloman Abigail, 368 Essex 
Isackson Sarah, 21 Becket 
Knight Elizabeth P. 6 Ash 
Laughlin Lydia A. 7 Turner 
Littlefield Hannah, 4 North Pine 
Morse Lydia P. 28 Norman 
Nowell Phoebe A. 22 Charter 
Odlin Mary, 25 Hardy 
Peabody Sally, 6 Howard 
Pitman Harriet, 14 Norman 
Pope Rebecca, 8 Ward 
Reed Sar ih W. 42 Bridge 
Richardson L. 108 BriJge 
Rogers Mary, 114 Bridge 
Russell Susan, 17 Union 
Ryan Dorcas C. 14 Briggg 
Ryer Ann, 27 Norman 
I Saunders Margaret, 343 Essex 
j Snelling John Mrs. Porter's lane 
j Stanton Mary, 5 Blall 
I Teste Mary P. lOS Derby 
Titcomb Sarah L. 116 Federal 
Towne Ann, 9 Federal 
Tufcs Sarah, 15 High street court 
Vincent 11. F. 59 l-erby 
"»Vare Mary, at Horace Ware's, Sa- 
lem Turnpike 

Oil and Candles. 

Newcomb, Farless & Co. 186 Essex 
Seccomb & Dennis, foot of Harbor 

Oysters and Refreshments. 

Abbott I. C. 12 Market square 



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Batchelder Geo. W. 10 Derby sq. 
Brooking Thomas, 134 Boston 
Chanaie r L. & Co. 4 VV^ashington 
Cook A., Eastern Kailroad Depot 
Davis & Keliew, 9'6 Derby 
Empire Oyster Saloon, 299 Essex 
Estes G. W. 10 Newbury 
Esty J. A. 17 Derby square 
Holbrook J. 5 Derby square 
Lee George, 14^ Derby square 
Moulton J. basement 6 Wash. 
Newcomb David, 24 Derby sqr. 
Rock John, 142 Essex 
Rogers S. F. 170 Essex 
R. R Saloon, 1 Washington I 

Sanborn A. 17 Central 

Painters. 

House and Sig7i. 
Abbot Philip jr. rear 9 Church 
Ames Edward B. 3 Crombie 
Brown C. E. 42 Charter 
Calley Samuel, 74 Washington 
Carey Joseph W. 7 Boston 
Clark S. C. 112 Essex 
Davis C. n. 8 North 
Dodge Temple, North, near Bridge 
Felt John G. 27 Front 
Ferguson J. B. 341 Essex 
j Ferguson John F. 9 Beckford 
Foley Edward, Endicott 
Gaue A. jr. 71 Derby 
Hardy & Co. 26 Front 
Henderson Daniel, 6 Newbury 
Kimball & Skerry, 139 Derby 
Lowd Mark, 8 North 
Mansfield Joseph, 9 Lafayette 
Messervy John, 31 Lafayette 
Nichols S.F. 1)3 Derby 
Pulsifer C, H. &1 Boston 
Pulsifer D. & J. 25 Front (carpet) 
Pulsifer N. 11 i^priiig (carpet) 
Rhodes J. W. & Co. 20 Peabody 
jSymoLds J. Shove, 35 North 
'Simonds Wm. H. 76 Derby 

Carriage. 
Burbank E. G., AVest place 
Bui b ink S. 3 Cambridge 
Davidson Moses, 134 Boston 
Dodge Luke E., Endicott, c. Margin 
Rhodea J. W- & Co. 20 Peabody 

Portrait. 
Osgood Charles, 7 Central 



Southward George, 244 Essex 
Sign and Ornamental, 

Felt John G. 27 Front 
Luscomb William H. 341 Essex 
Mansfield J. 9 Lafayette 

Points, Oil, and GiaES. 

Felt John G. 27 Front 
Kimball & Skerry, 139 Derby 
Newcomb, Earless & Co. 186 Essex 
Pulsifer D. & J. 25 Front 
Simmonds S. C. & E. A. 32 Front 

Paper Hangings. 

Creamer George, 151 Essex 

Ives II. P. & Smith A. A. 232 Essex 

Simonds S. C. & E. A. 32 Front 

Paper Hangers. 

Abbot Philip jr. rear 9 Church 
Edwards Abraham, 21 Creek 
Edwards C W., 4 Parker's court 
Felt J. G. 27 Front 
Loud Mark, 8 North 
Mansfield J. 9 Lafayette 

Paper and Paper Stock. 

Weston P. R. 164 Derby 
Brooks D. B. & Bro. 193 Essex 
(wrapping) 

Patent Balance Curtain 
Spring Manufacturer. 

Bray B. 2 Franklin Building 

Patent Leatker Manufactory. 

Gardner 0.,Japonica, i-ear 67 Mason 

Physicians. 

Choate George, 251 Essex 
Cox Benjamin jr. 23 Norman 
Floto J. U. 10 Liberty 
Gersdorff B. 49 Wa-hiugton 
Hann.an D. B. 149 Fedtral 
Johnson Samuel, 14 Brown 
Mack William, 21 Che.stnut 
Peirsou E. B. 13 IJaiton fquary 
Perkins George A. 5 Newbury 
Prince William II. 298 Eirsex 
Quimliy Elisha. 48 Federal 
S^tone L. R. over 174 Es^ex 
Tu:tle II. C. 1(:5 Federal 



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I Wallace Thos. 9 Washington 
WheatlandH. 374 Essex 
Wheatland R. H. 374 Essex 
[Williams ^Villiam, 110 Federal 
U icscr Frederic, 33 Summer 
Wood J. G. 265 Essex 

Clairvoyant , &c. 
Bassett J. A. 17 Webb 
Charnee James, 12 Cedar (Indian) 
Dresser A. C. 110 Essex 
Jordan C. C. 15 Lafayette 
Patten J. R. 25 Harbor 
Stone James jr. 40 Broad 

Picture Frame Makers and 
Gilders. 
Shaw X. H. 291 Essex 
Tilton J. E. 188 Essex 
Vose J. A. 22 Washington 

Pilots. 

Buat Ariomedes. 
Llojd William H. 17 Derby 
Perkins Joseph, 14 English 
Perkins Joseph jr. 

Boat Clarence Barclay. 
Perry Ittai, 22 Derby 
Powers Stephen, 12 English 
\Vallis Francis F. 15 Essex 

Plaster. 
Dodge & Jones, Pierce's wharf 

Plumber. 
Goss F. P. 7 St. Peter 

Printers. 
Chapman & Palfray, 185 Essex ( Sa- 

km Register) 
Foote & Uorton, 191 Essex ( Salem 

Gazettf) 
Hutchinson T. J. 175 V Essex 
Ives William & CoT 226^- Essex ; 

{Sale)n Obsfrver) i 

Lander B. Vs'. 8 Derby square (Pea- ' 

pie's Advocate) j 

Printing Press Manufacturer, i 

Danforth Wm. H. 46 Union 

Produce. 

Chamberlains. G. 22 Derby sq-^are 
Read John, 7, 8, and 9 Market House 



Read W. A. 10 & 11 Market House 

(butter and cheese) 
Rose J. 5 & 6 Market House 
Steele E. 26 Front 

Provisions. 

Craig Samuel, 3 Lafayette 
Daniels Stephen, 70 Federal 
Elliot Isaac B. 3 & 4 Market House 
Howard J. C. 135 Derby (salt pro-, 
visions) I 

Knight F. 44 & 46 North 
Jlansfield D. A. 33 Endicott | 

Millet D. 67 Derby (salt previsions) 
Newcomb C. H. 14 Newbury j 

Ober Samuel, 26 Derby square ' 

Pickering J. H., South 3Jarket, 37, 

Lafayette ! 

Pickering Wm. jr. 129 Derby | 

Pierce Leopard, Bridge, cor. Pleas-! 

ant 
Plander John G. 116 Derby 
Porter Frederick, 17 St. Peter 
Sawyer Asa, 17 & 18 Market House 
Sheldon C. H. 12, 13, & 14 Market 

House 
Tuttle Henry G.36 Boston 
Tufts S. C. 47 Derby 
Upton Ezra. 2 Mill [House 

Ward Alfred A. 15 and 16 Market 
Wheeler B. S. 1 & 2 Market House 
Wright P. E. 50i Derby 
Wiggin Levi, 12 Newbury 

Public Houses. 
Essex House, 176 Essex, J. S. Lea- 

vict 
Mansion House, 188 Essex, S. S. 

Skinner 

Pump and Block Makers. 

Donaldson A. 141 Dfrby 
.Felt Benjamin, 118 Derby 
Russell J . 48 Union 

Rigger. 

Berry Charles H. 20 Derby wharf 

Rubber Goods. 
Chapman Wm. H. 210 Essex 

Sail Makers. 

Crandell John, rear 41 Derby 
Holden N. & Co. 7 Derby wharf 



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SALEM DIRECTORY. 



Kemp S. Peabody's wharf 
Lan« K. B. 57 Uniou 
Whipple J- U- Phillips wharf 

Salt. 
Bowker Bros. 227 Derby 

Sash, Blind, and Door Makers. 

Hardy & Co. 26 Front 
Newi'U Joseph, 7 Front 
Phelps Wm.jr- & Co. 84 Federal 

Ship Chandlers. 

Goodhue Wm. P. 44 Derby 
Howard J. C 135 Derby 

Shipping Offices. 

Griffen E., Liberty, corner Charter 
McCord T. 5 Charter 

Shipwrights. 

Coffin Calvin, Gardner 
Miller Edward F., Gardner 

Shoe Binders. 

Chute E. 17 Barr 
Pray I?aac C. 16 Lafayette 
Sibley John S. 17 Central 
Trefreu James, 72 \yashington 

Soap Manufacturers. 

Robertson S. TV. & Co. 44 Boston 

Stahles.' 

Gardner S., Endicott, c. Margin (sale 
Kelman Wm. W., Church , c. Wash. 
Leavitt J. S. rear Essex House 
Mclntire S. J., Mechanic 
Smith & Minning, 212 Epfcx, 9 

Hamilton, and 47 Washicgtoa 
Tufcs U. P. 121 Boston 
Tuttle John, 191 Federal 

Stair Builders. 

Brown George jr., North, n. Bridge 
Brown & Stanley 33 North 
Kendall Alvah, ll Hathorne 
Winchester Isaac, 42 Charttr 

Steam Sawing and Planing. 

Buffum David, Front, n. Lafayette 
Prime, Kenney & Co., City Mills 



Stevedores. 

Creamer Michael, 7 Allen 
Smalley R., Phillips wharf 

Tailors and Drapers. 

Bates Charles F. 244 E,=sex 
Burbank Geo. W. 156 EsFex 
Burbeck W. H. & Co. 2." 5 Essex 
Chamberlain & McKenzie, 29 Wash. 
Cornelius A. G. 178 Essex 
Hannam Thomas, 64 Boston 
Hodgdon R. H. 165 Federal 
Jones S. G. 177 Es#ex 
N orris C. H. 1884 Essex 
Patch Ephriiim. 24 Washington 
Terkins Daniel, 181 Essex 
Purbeck William A. 267 Essex 
Quinn <fe Kelley, 184 E;-sex 
Sibley Moses II . Central, c. Charter 
Stanley J. W. 39 Washington 
Webb John K. 197 Essex 

Tailoresses. 

Brown Anna, 30 Andrew 
Churchill Abigail H. 2 Conant 
Cloutman Piiscilla, 17 Carlton 
Daland Mary, 12 Beckford 
Knight Anna, 7 Cross 
Laskey Esther, 57 Charter 
Lafavour M. A. 80 North 
Lord Nancy D. 72 Essex 
IMcIntyre Mis-es, 3o Norman 
Porter Ann B. 6 Ash 
Piichardson Lydia, 27 Norman 
Smith M., Lynde, cor Sewall 
Vincent Letitia, 2 Turner 
Walker Mary, 15 High st. court 
Willard Mary, 10 Winthrop 

Tanners. 

Allen Benj-imin, foo|^ of Beach 

Bond Lewis, Goodhue 

Bott James, rear 27 Boston 

Brews rtr Ira A. & Son, 11 Franklin 

Brown Simuel, end of Beaver 

Buxton Joseph jr. 1 Beach 

(^arleton Edward F. 14 Franklin 

Carleton Frazier, 14 Franklin 

Culliton John, Milldam 

Daltou J. A., Goo J hue 

Dodge & Wheatland, rear Leaver 

Frye F. A. foot Beach 

Frye Jann^, Goodhue 

Frye Stephen N , Beaver 



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199 



Gibiiey John, 11 Beach 
Hanson E. A. 1.3 Grove 
Harrington R., Goodhue 
llazelton .lohn, May 
Kfating E.. Grove, n. Riilroad 
Kenuedy Eibridie, Buffum 
Kenney Wm. rear Mav 
Lord James, rear 180 Ft'deral 
Lord James A.. Pope-s court 
Maloon & Harruigton, Goodhue 
Meloney 11. E. rear 97 Mason 
Mor^e L. B. 71 Mason 
Nichols David, Pope's court 
Nichols Daniel F. rear 4i Boston 
Nichols William F.. Prospect 
Nichols an.l .-^hepard, Prospect 
Noah Samuel jr., Goodhue 
Osborn Pi. S., Aborn 
Ossrood N. W.. Goodhue 
Osgiod N W. jr., Goodhue 
Poor Willinm, Goodhue 
Pope Eleazer, rear 37 Boston 
Pucram Jacob & Co. 63 Boston 
Putnam James S.. Goodhue 
Riley James, rear Mason 
I'upp Andrew, rear 33 Boston 
Sanborn James, rear Mason 
Stimpson J. C. 39 Boston 
Treadwell N. K. rear Mason 
Turner Calvin C. 4 Goodhue 
\Veston Charles & Sons, May 
Uilkins Albert. 50 Boston 
Wilkins J. U. 48 Boston 

I Tea and Coffee. 

Whittemore S. 316 Essex 

Teachers. 



Leavitt W. 71 Forrester (naviga-i 
i tion) I 

i Mann Elizabeth N. 190 Federal 
: Quimby A. M. 4S Federal (music) 
head George F. 42 Buffum 
Snow M. P. 60 Mason | 

Upton Francis, 31 Pleasant (music) | 
\\ ard Eliza, 34 Chestnut ] 

Waters H. F. G . Lynde Hall [ing) 
Williams Mary E. 243^ Essex(draw- 
: Worcester Jona . F. 81 Pleasant 

' Teamsters. 

Brooks A. R 107 Derby 
Dalrymple James. 115 Derby 
Hanson Joseph, 64 Union 
MclnMre S. J , Mechanic 
Pitts Darling, Lafavette, cor Front 
Pitts Nathaniel, Lafayette, c. Front 

j Thread Stores. j 

' Nickerson A. W. 174 Essex 

i Tin Plata and Shest Iron 
! Workers, Stoves, &-c. 

! Chase William. 206 Essex 

Cbipman R. M. 217 Essex 
; Eaton John D. 40 Morth 

Frothingham N. and T. H. 29 and 

31 Front 
: Fuller William P. 43 Washington 
' Pease Samuel W. 128 Lerby 

Preston Jonathan, 12 Central 

Ropes John T. & Co. 17 & 19.Front 
i I pton & Webster 135 Boston 



Rowland H., Walnut, cor. Essex 
Bradford G. P. 4 Bioad ; 

Brown Martha A., Forrester 
Cutts L. P. 32 Becktord (music and 

drawing) \ 

Davis R. J., Phelps ct. (dancing) 
FenoUosa Manuel, 7 Central (music) 
Hawke= Louisa M. 95 Federal i 

Hause Carl, 5 Barton sq. (music) 
Heudcr-on F. A 14 St. Peter (music) 
Home M. P. 21 Church (music) 
Honeycomb Sarah E. 7 Lemon ; 

(music) i 

Jerome N. H. 243| Essex (French) 
Lang Benj. rear- 157 Essex (music) 



Tomato 



Catchup 
turer. 



Manufac- 



Estes G W. 10 Newbury 

Turning and Sawing. 

Clapp Luther, 5 Front 

ITmbrella Makers. 

Brown John B 23 Washington 

Lynch P. 90 Derby 

Oltignon Firmin, 53 Washington 

"Undertaker. 

Neal John H. 66 Federal 



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Upholsterers. 

Mansfield & Ca^sino, 50 Wash, 
Mackie John, 7 W'asbiLgton 
Shepard S. 298 Essex 

TTpholsteresses. 

Dodge Sarah H. 12 Williams 

Holt S. 9 Rust 

Marshall Hannah, 110 Federal 

Variety Stores. 

Bermingham G. 30 Norman 
Caraway C. S 58 Derby 
Clark Sarah S. 18 Mill 
Colby J. W. 46 Peabody 
Fowler S. J. & E. B. 14 Boston 
Glover Isabella, 43 Essex 
Mitchell John, 44 Peabody 
Peckham J. 187 Essex 
Plum Eliza P. 117 Es ex 
Plummer R. 148 Essex 
Stephenson Elizabeth, 34 Peabody 
Symonds P. E., North, cor. School 
\Vebber Lydia D. 48 Harbor 

Veterinary Surgeon. 

Saunders Wm. 5 BuEfum 

Waiters and Tenders. 

Drew Thomas, r. 1 Ropes 
Dailey II. 8 Porter 

Watchmakers and Jewellers, 

Appleton G. B. 179 Essex 
Kehew Wm. H. 230 Essex 
Lakeman E. K. 180 Essex 
Lamson Charles. 234 Essex 
Luscomb.John G, 162 Et^sex 
Newhall F. A. 24 Wa-hington 
Skerry F. jr & Co. 243 Essex 
Smith Jesse, 262 Essex 
Smith & Chamberlain, 201 Essex 
Warner Caleb, 3 Central (spectacles) 

Water for Shipping. 
Parsons and [Shackellordj 64 Union 



West India Goods. 

[See Grocers.] 
Wharfingers. 

Chever J. ^Y., Phillips wharf 
King James, Derby wharf 

Wheelwrights. 
Barker Joseph W 29 IJberty 
Dodge John W. 20 Peabody 
Nichols John, 29 North 
Noah S. 101 Boston 
Patch I. II. 7 Sewall 
Spiller John P., West place 
Stocker & Uei^field, 25 Endicott 

Wines, &/C. 

Batchelder G. W. 10 Derby square 
Felt John, 25 Wash, (city agent) 
Gowen W. 15 Derby square 
Hodgkins G. L.40 Pleasant 
Remond John, 5 Higginson sqr. 
Odell J. A. 23 Front 
Shearman J. L. 6 Derby square 
Saunders J. 9 Derby square 

Wood and Bark. 

[See Coal, ^c] 
Boswell W. W., North wharf 
Brown G. F. & S. 33. 3-3, & 37 

North 
Dike John & Co. 183 Derby 
Fuller B. B. & Co. 13 Front 
Hatch L. B. 113 Derby 
Heeney & Clark, 169 Derby 
Prime, Kenny & Co., City Mills 

(hard wood) 
Puriiam Nathan, 157 Derby 
Sanborn G. & F. T. 115 Derby 

Wood Moulding. 

Straw Benjamin, 5 Front 
TiltonJ. E. 188 Essex (gilt) 

Yellow Metal and Copper 

Sheathing. 
Phillips S. C., Phillips wharf 



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201 



CITY GOVERNKTENT, 1857. 




City Election, first Monday in January; Organization 
the City Government, fourth Monday in January. 

WILLIAM S. MESSERVY, Mayor. — Salary, 

William P. Goodhue, 

Strattox W. Robertson, ^ Aldermex. 

Ripley Ropes, 



of 



Ira a. Brewster, 
Daniel P. Fitz, 
WiLLLiM Galley. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

"Ward 1. — James H. Battis, Yolney C. Stow, Chas. A. Put- 
nam, Stephen Whipple. 

Ward 2.— Ezra Woodbury, Benjamin R. White, W. B, 
Brown, Geo. H. Peirson. 

Ward 3. — Henry Brown, 3d, Daniel Brown, Jr., Wm. C. 
Endicott, Joshua W Moulton. 

Ward 4. — Albert Wilkins, Wm. P. Martin, James M. Cal- 
ler, Edwin Hodges. 

Wardo. — Amos P.Day, Jona. A. Kenny, Simeon Flint, 
Chas. H. Fabens. 

Ward 6. — Thos. J. Gilford, Gilman Andrews, James M. 
Prime, Dean C. Symonds. 

The City Council meets regularly on the second and fourth 
Monday of each month, in the evening, at the City Hall. 

The Committee on Accounts meets on Thursday after the first 
Monda y in each month, at 7i o'clock, P. M., at the City Hall. 

13* ■ " 



202 SALEM DIHECTORY. 

The meetings of all the Boards and Committees are held a 
the City Hall. 

CITY OFFICERS. 

\ \ City Clerk — Joseph Cloutman, $800 

I Clerk of the Common Council. — J S. Jones, 6^100 

Treasurer and Collector — Henrv B. Smith, $800 

City Marshal — Thomas B. Pt rkins, $800 

Assistant Marshals — Benjamin B. Neal, Edward Collins and 
Harrison G. Sumner — $600 each. Police Office, Town Hall. 

Com7nissioner of Streeis — Perley Putnam, $600 

City Messenger, — William Mansfield, $550 

WAPtD OFFICERS. 

Ward 1. — Andrew Gage, Jr., Warden. J, Lovett Whipple, 
Clerk. Andrew J. Tibbets and William H. Archer, Assistants. 

Ward 2. — Aaron A. Smith, Warden. Lyman B. Brooks, 
\Clerk. Samuel Calley and Israel P. Harris, Assistants. 
I Wakd 3. —Albert Day, Warden. Thomas M. Dix, Clerk. 
jHezekiah Sleeper and Benjamin S. Boardman, Assistants. 
I Ward 4. — Thomas F. Odell, Warden. James F. Pot- 
!ter, Clerk. Chas. H. Daniels and Joseph Yery, Assistants. 
I Ward 5. — Y/m. A. Purbeck, Warden. Joseph Chisholm, 
j Clerk. Chas. H. Norris and Geo. D. Glover, Assistants. 
j Ward 6. — James Ropes, Warden. 'W\\\. J. Lunt, Clerk. 
Thos. Symonds, Jr., and Nath'i S. Glover, Assistants. 

Overseers of the Poor. — The Mayor and Aldermen, and 
Messrs. William C. Hammond, John Brooks, Daniel P. Fitz, 
and Walter S. Harris. 

The Overseers of the Poor meet on the first Tuesday in each, 
month, at the Alms House, and on Wednesday evening of each 
jv/eek, at the City Hall. 
I Physicir:n to Alms Hoitse, Dr. Frederic Y^'insor. 

Chaplain to Alms House, John Carlton. 

Superintendent of Alms House, Ji^hn D. Symonds. 

Deputy Superintendent of Alms House, Daniel Brown. 

Assessors. — Jonathan Perley, Jonathan Tucker. Charles E. 
Symonds. 

Assistant Assessors. — Y'"ard 1. — John Masury, Daniel H. 
Jewett. Ward 2. — Wm. B. Smith, John Howard. Ward 3. — 
Oliver Thayer, Joseph Pulsil'er. Y'^ard 4. — Jeremiah. Page, 
Jacob Y^inehester. 

The Assessors meet on the first Monday of each month, 
from 9 to 12 A. M., and 2 till 5 o'clock P. M., at the City 
Hall. 
Board of Health. — The Mayor and Aldermen. 

Visiting Physician. — Dr. Frederic Winsor. 



SALEM DIRECTORY. 203 



School Committee. — "William S. Messervy, Mayor, John Web- 
ster, President of the Common Council, ex officio ; George An-, 
drews, Eleazer Austin, D. B. Brooks, H. J. Cross, Thomas M. 
Dix, James Kimball, Henry F. King, George Leeds, George W. 
MuUett, Joseph H. Phippen, William H. Prince, Gilbert L. 
Streeter, Nathaniel G. Symonds, Nathaniel Tuttle, Charles W. 
Upham, William Varney, Henry Wheatland, Daniel D. Winn. 

Engineers and Fireivards. — John Huse, Chief Engineer. 
Nathaniel Yeryj William Chase, William P. Goodhue, Albert 
Day, William Galley, David Nichols, Engineers. J. W. Getch- 
ell, Josiah Hayward, Samuel Galley, William C. Hammond, 
J. P, Glover, Daniel Southwick, Andrew Rupp, Charles Lam- 
son, George Sanborn, Frederick B. Bartlett, Walter Leavitt, 
Lucius B. Morse, Samuel Lewis, David Hart, Joseph Mans- 
field, Charles Harrington, W. T. Sanborn, Ezra Woodbury, 
James A. Lord, George W. Peabody, James C. Foster, Edward' 
A. Phippen, Fireicards. I 

The Engineers of the Fire Department meet on the evening 
of the first Monday in each month, at the City Hall. I 

Constables. — Benjamin B. Neal, Edward Collins, H. G. i 
Sumner, Aaron Welch, Ezra Osborne, William Russell, Wm.' 
Mansfield, Thomas Saul, Joshua Foster, Joseph Peterson, Jas.l 
Dalrymple, George W, Pew, E. G. Larrabee, Amos G. Teague, I 
Horace Rust, Albert Knight, Alfred R. Brooks, Otis Pitts, Ru-| 
fus L. Gordon, John Thorner, John H. Newton, Alanson Ken-; 
ney, George F. Wiggin, Charles Creesey, Pelatiah Littlefield,' 
Nathaniel W. Prince, Walter Norris, Roland Smallev, Thomas 
M. Dix, F. H. Lefavour, S. A. Merrill, William F.'Chappell, 
W. M. H. Copeland, Samuel Day, John F. Edgerly, J. J. Smith,! 
George Pettengill, John Chandler, James Wiley, GorhamI 
Smith, Henry J. Lane, J. D. Langley, Thomas Bowen, Nehe- 
miali Brown, 

City Crier. — William Newhall. 

Sealer of Weights and Measures. — John T, Ropes. 

Superintendent of Burials. — Jeremiah S. Perkins. Charles 
Staniford and Charles Creesey, Assistants. 

Surveyor- General of Lumber. — Albert Day. Deputies. — Na- 
than Putnam, Amos P. Day. 

Night Watch. — George E. Berry, Captain. George S. Ar- 
rington, John Wheeler, Ephraim G. Symonds, Payne Morse, 
John S. Wardwell, John Saul, William Odell, James Gilbert, 
A. J. Gate, John W. Cole. John Saul, Secretary. 

Superintendeyit of Union Street Bridge. — Sylvester Killam. 

Superintendent of South Bridge. — Nathan Noble. 



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ENGINE COMPANIES. 



Names. 



Directors. 



Clerks. 



Location. 



Derby, c. Hardy. 
Forrester. 
South Salem. 
Derby, C.Daniels. 
Federal. 
Beckford. 
Boston. 
North Salem. 
Pleasant. 
Bo'-ton. 

Derby, c. Daniels. 
Federal. 

Boston, [house, 
Rear City Watch- 
Federal. 



Reliance, 
Rapid, 

Relief, 

Lafayette, 

Naumkeag, 

Exchange, 

Sutton, 

Active, 

Constitution, 

Adams, 

Sail Carriage 



Hose " 
Hook&Lad'r 



F B. Bartlett, 
Wm. C. Haniond, 
Joseph Mansfield, 
David Hart, 
Geo. W. Peabody. 
Josiah Hay ward, 
Cha'sHarringron, 
W. T. Sanborn, 
Ezra Woodbury, 
J. A Lord, 
George Sanborn, 
Walter S.Leavitt, 
L. B. Morse, 
E. A. Phippen, 
Samuel Calley, 



Wm. M. Hill, 
S. W. Mansfield, 
John G. Wiley, 
J. L. Whipple, 
E. R. Hill, 
William Wallis, 
Solomon Stevens, 
J. D. Gardner, 
Cha's Lamson, 
Joseph Very, 
A. R. Brooks, 

H. Q. Tuttle, 
J. C. Hamilton, 
H. W. Thurston, 



FIRE CLUBS. 

Active. — A. G. Browne, Moderator. Jonathan Perley, 
Clerk. Annual Meeting, third Wednesday in February. 

Adroit. C. M. Richardson, Moderator. X. H. Shaw, Clerk. 
Annual Meeting, second Thursday in January. 

Alert. William H. Purbeck, Modnrator. John S. Jones, 
Clerk. Annual Meeting, second Tuesday in January. 

Boston Street. William Sutton, Moderator. James H. 
Turner, Clerk. Annual Meeting, second Monday in January. 

Enterprise. William Chase, Moderator. Wm. B. Brown, 
Clerk. Annual Meeting, second Wednesday in January. 

Naumkeag. J. A. Farless, Moderator. Joseph Chisholm, 
Clerk. Annual Meeting, first Wednesday in February. 

Relief. John Hill, Clerk. Annual meeting, third Wednes- 
day in February. 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

At the organization of the Board of School Committee, each 
elective member is appointed to one of the three visiting Com- 
mittees that have the management of the respective divisions of 
schools, as regards the discipline, classification and studies. 

FIRST DIVISION. 

Classical and High School. — Broad Street. The Mayor 
and President of the Common Council, and George Leeds and 
Charles W. Upham, Committee. Jacob Batchelder, Principal; 
salary, $1,500. Gordon Bartlett, Usher ; salary, $800. Caro- 
line Lord, Mary Ann Batchelder, Lydia Dodge, and Sarah A. 
Shaw, Assistants ; salaries, $250 each. Males, 96 ; females, 
105 : total, 201. 



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SECOND DIVISION. 

GRAMMAR SCHOOLS. 

Bentlet, located between Essex and Forrester Sts. ; boun- 
daries, that portion of the city between North and South rivers 
east of the centre of St. Peter and Central Streets. G. L. 
Streeter, Committee. M. J. Fitz, Principal. Salary, S"4'l_0. 
AnnaWhitmore, Mary A. Colman, Margaret A. Dunn, Assis- 
tants. Females, 170. 

Phillips, located between Essex and Forrester Sts. ; boun- 
daries, that portion of the city between the North and South 
rivers east of the centre of North and Summer Streets. George 
Andrews, Committee. A. J. Manchester., Princijjal. S.ilary, 
$1 000. Caroline Roberts and Ellen Rideout, Stcb-Priticipals. 
Harriet C. Gray, Lucy A. Shaw, Ruth H. Gray and Sarah H. 
Tibbetts, Sawyer, Assista)its. Males, 290. 

Browne, located on Ropes Street; boundaries, South Sa- 
lem. H. Fo King, Committee. Jacob F. Brown, Principal. 
j Salary, $900. Anne F. Chisholm, Susan F. Davis, Laura A. 
Barron, Assistants. Males, 33 ; females, 90 ; total, 17-5. 

Pickerixg, located on North, corner Dearborn Street ; boun • 
daries, North Salem. 1^. G.'&ymo-n.ds^'Committee. William P. 
Hayward, PrincipaL Salary, .$900. Sarah E. Cross and Mary 
Ann Cvoss, Assistajits. Males, 63 ; females, 55 ; total, 118. 

HiGGixsox, location, Broad Street ; boundaries, that portion 
of the city between North and South Rivers westward of a line 
through the centre of St. Peter and Central Streets, and below 
the Town Bridge, Boston Street. Henry Wheatland, Commit- 
tee. M. L. Shepard, Principal. Salary, $400. Elizabeth A. 
Jelly, Sub-Principal. Sarah E. Chamberlain, Rebecca Man- 
ning, Assistants. Females, 190. 

Hacker, location, Dean Street ; boundaries, that portion of; 
the city between North and South Rivers west of the centre of 
North and Summer Streets, and below the Town Bridge, Bos- 
ton Street. William H. Prince and D. D. Winn, Committee. 
Thomas H. Barnes, Principal. Salary, $800. Sarah C. Pitman 
and Elizabeth L. Brown, Assistant. Males, 120. 

Epes, location, Aborn Street ; boundaries, that portion of 
the city north and west of the Town Bridge, Boston Street. 
Wm, Yarney, Committee. L. F. Warren, Principal. Salary, 
$890. Sarah A. Norris and Charlotte L. Foster, Assistajits. j 
xMales, 42 ; females, 4o ; total, 87. j 

Salary of assistant teachers, $200 per annum. 



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THIRD DIVISION. 
INTERMEDIATE AND PRIMARY SCHOOLS. 

tnmiT>l'ff *^Af/''5 Inte™ediate Schools, j^27o ; 1st Assis- 
1st yeff^'i25?2r;et'5i?0.'^"""- '^'°°'^-- ^'^'^ ^"^^^^^^^' 

District No. 1.— D. B. Brooks, Committee. 

Bridge Street. Elizabeth Lord, Principal. No. scholars, 75. 

Withams Street ^. ^.l^oid, Principal. M. E. Clark, ^4s- 
sistant. No. scholars, 79. ' 

District No. 2.— G. L. Streeter, Committee. 
Essex and Forrester Street. Sarah H. Stickney. No. schol- 
ars, 00. 

.n^^f T' -p^'Y''^ ^- •^''''''^' ^'•"^^'>^- Eliza G. Co£jswell 
and M. A. Porter, Assista,its. No. scholars, 100. 

District No. 3.— James Kimball, Committee. 
Phillips Mary R. Kimball, Principal. Harriet N. Felton, 
scholars'' fgg^'™^^^^ """^ Caroline A. Dalton, Assistants. No. 

District No. 4.— Geo. W. Mullet, Committee. 
Browne Caroline Weeks, Principal. S. E. A. Jenks, 
Nancy Osborne and E. A. Arrington, Assistants. No. scholars, 

District No. 5.— Thos. M. Dix, Committee. 

t ederal Street. Mary E. Stevens, Principal. Hannah Morse, 
Assistant. No. scholars, 100. 

Broad Street. Caroline Stevens, Principal. Rebecca Stacv, 
Assistant. No. scholars, 100. • 

District No. .6.— H. J. Cross, Committee. 

North Street Maria Cashing, Principal. Georgiana Smith, 
i^. R. Russell, Abbie Stowers, Assistants. No. scholars, 17;i. 

District No. 7.— Nathaniel Tuttle, Committee. 

t Older Street, Primary and Intermediate. Frances E Yerv 
Principal U^vy E. Dewing and M. E. ^Ychh,Assistants. No. 
scholars, IbO. 

Mason Street.— L. L. A. Very. No. scholars, 47. 

noS;iSm3.'''^^'"' '''"""^^"' ^^^^^ ^- ^^-^' ^-^■^^-^^• 

The Executive Committee consists of the Mayor, President of 
the Common Council, ex-ojicio, members of the Board, and the 
Chairmen of the three Visiting Committees, viz., W. S. Mes- 
servy John Webster, Geo. Leeds, Henry Wheatland and James 



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Expenses for the year ending March, 1856. \ 

Salaries— 1st Division of Schools, (Latin and nigh) £-4,700 00 

" 2.1 '^ (Grammar) 9,275.00 

" 31 '■ (Iriaiary and Intermediate) 5,626 34 

19,601.34 
Ordi>'art EsPENDirrRES — repairs, fuel, rent, care of houses, &c.. 7,191.76 



Total espenditur.\ 826,793.10 

The regular meetings of the Board are held at the City Hall, 
on the third !\Ionday evening of each month. 

PRIVATE SCHOOLS. 

From the returns made in March, 1856. Number of Private 
Schools, then in the city, 30. Average attendance of pupils, 
males, 412; females, 478 ; total, 890. Estimated amount of 
tuition paid, $il,072. 

Teachers and Locations, in part, O'ct. 1856. 

Mi'S E. N. Mann, 180 Federal 
Miss Lucy P. Morgan, 3'jO Essex 
Misses Peirce, 139 Essex 
Miss Lucy Ann Robinson, Lafayette 
Miss Sarah Smith, 16 Summer 
Miss E. E. Sbfford. 33 Essex 
Miss M. P. Snow. 95 Federal 
Miss A. Stevens, 14 Broad 
Miss Rebecca Thayer, 34 Broad 
Miss A. M. Upton, E.ssex, c. Daniels 
Miss Harriet Very, 1 Hardy 
Mrs. -Martha N. Tery. 78 Federal 
.Mi.-s E. VV. Ward, Barron square 
Mis.s Lucy F. AVatson, 412 Essex 
J F. Worcester, Fraulilin Building 
II. U. F. Waters, Lynde Hall. 



Geo. P. Bradford, 4 Broad 
Miss M. A. Brown, 44 Forrester 
Sliss Hannah Bowiand, Essex, c 

Walnut 
0. Cailton, Lynde c. North 
JiiaS M. Chisholm. 7 Pond 
Miss Dalrymple, lU Essex 
Miss Fettyplace, Winter 
Miss Deborah Foye, 4 Lynde 
Miss Abigail Floyd, 28 Norman 
>liss A. A. Hayward, 120 Federal 
Miss Hawkes, 95 Federal 
Miss >L Roberts, Lyceum buildin 
Miss Emeline Lord, 27 Pleasant 
Miss II. A. Luscomb,41 Lafayette 
William Leavitt. 71 Forrester 



STATE NORMAL SCHOOL AT SALEM. 

Resolves to establish a State Normal School in the County 
of Essex, -were finally passed by the Legislature, April 16, 
18o3. The Board of Education, at their meeting held on 
Thursday, June 2, 18-58, decided to locate the same in Salem. 
The city of Salem furnished the site formerly occupied for the 
Registry of Deed.-J, on the corner of Summer and Broad Streets, 
erected and furnished the building to the acceptance of the 
Board, and received the six thousand dollars appropriated for 
that purpose by the Legislature. On Saturday, Sept. 3, 18-53, 
workmen commenced to remove the old buildins. The new 
edifice, two stories high, sixty-seven feet square, built of brick, 



208 SALEM DIRECTORY. 

was dedicated on Thursday, Sept. 14, ISoi, Gov. Washburn pre- 
siding, and the address by Ex- Gov. Boutwell. 

Teachers. — Richard Edwards, Pi-incipal. Martha King- 
man, Elizabeth Weston, Phosbe A. Breed and Sarah H. Smith, 
Assistants. 

Number of scholars, 86. Scholars are admitted twice a year, 
on the !-econd Wednesdays of March and September. Tuition 
free. Scholars are required to declare their intention to teach 
in the schools of the Commonwealih. This school is intended 
for females. 

CHUHCHES. 

FIRST CHURCH.— Unitarian Congregational. 

Organized 1629. A brick edifice on Essex street, corner of 
Washington. 

Rev. George W. Briggs, D. D., Pastor ; Aug. J. Kxch.ex, Clerk; 
E. Emmerton, Treasurer ; J. F. Allen, Nathan Frye, Wm. 
H. Prince, David Roberts, Co7nmittee ; 'H.oxd.cQ 'R^xsi, Sexto7i. 

FRIENDS. 
Organized 1658. A brick edifice on Pine, cor. of Warren st. 

Joseph S. Nichols, Clerk; Philip Chase, Treasurer; Wil- 
liam Chase, Joseph S. Nichols, Committee ; Stephen A. Chase, 
Enoch Page, William Chase, Overseers of the Poor of the 
Society. 

EAST CHURCH.— Unitarian Congregational. 
Gathered in 1718. A freestone edifice in Washington square. 
Rev. Dexter Clapp, Pastor ; William B. Parker, Clerk and 
Treasurer; Benjamin H. Silsbee, William B.Parker, Charles 
Millett, Thomas Downing, T. PI. Lefavour, Committee; N. 
Berry, Sexton. 

ST. PETER'S CHURCH.- Episcopalian. 
Gathered in 1733. A stone edifice on St. Peter, corner of 
Brown street. 
Rev. George Leeds, Rector; Benjamin Shreve, William R. 
Gavett, Wardens; Jona. Tucker, Treasurer and Clerk; Jona. 
Tucker, S. C. Clark, J. W. Getchell, George A. Perkins, Joshua 
Phippen, R. H. Chamberlain, Vestrymen ; William Smith, Sex- 
ton. 

TABERNACLE.— Orthodox Congregational. 

1735. Place of worship Washington, corner of Federal, A 

new edifice erected, 1854. 



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Rev. Samuel M. Worcester, D. D., Pastor ; George D. Phip- 
pen, Clerk; Charles F. Bates, Treasurer; R. A. McKenzie, 
Joseph H. Phippen, J. T. Chandler, R. C. Manning, B. G. 
Metcalf, Committee ; John H. Neal, Sexton. 

NORTH CHURCH.— Unitarian Congregational. 
Organized 1772. A stone edifice on Essex, near North Street. 
Rev. Charles Lowe, Pastor; John H. Nichols, Clerk and 
Treasurer; George Wheatland, Jeremiah Page, Aug. Perry, 
E. K. Lakeman, S. Endicott Peabody, Committee ; Abraham 
Very, Sexton, 

SOUTH CHURCH.— Orthodox Congregational. 
Formed 1775. Place of worship, Chestnut, corner of Cam- 
bridge Street. 

Rev. Brown Emerson, D. H., Pastor ; Rev. Israel E. Dwi- 
nell, Colleague; John Chapman, Clerk; Charles H. Towne, 
Treasurer ; Robert Peele, L. B. Hatch, William Phelps, jr., 
Thomas T. Florance, Oliver Peabody, Cotnmittee ; Aaron J. 
Gate, Sexton. 

HOWARD STREET CHURCH.— Orthodox Congregational. 

Formed as Congregational, Dec. 29, 1803 ; became Presbyte- 
rian, 1815 ; returned to Congregational in 1828. Place of 
worship, Howard Street. 
Rev. Ephraim W. Allen, Pastor; D. B. Brooks, Treasurer ; \ 

Ezekiel Goss, Clerk; E. Cleaveland, B. A. Gray, Henry Hale,] 

Committee; Joseph. K.insraa.n, Sexton. 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. 

Organized 1804. Brick edifice, 56 Federal Street. 

Rev. Robert C. Mills, Pastor: N. Very, jr., Clerk; Joseph! 

Farnum, jr.. Treasurer ; J. M. Farnham, Wm. Hill, R. B. Gif-i 

ford, Charles H. Price, Alvah A. Evans, Committee; Thomas 

Treadwell, Sexton. 

FIRST UNIVERSALIST SOCIETY. 

Formed 1805. A brick edifice on Rust Street. 

Rev. Sumner Ellis, Pastor; Charles W. Swasey, Cle7'k and 

Treasurer; Albert Wilkins, William B. Brown, Daniel C. 

Haskell, Stephen Whipple, C. A. Ropes, Joseph F. W^alden, 

William P. Martin, Com/nittee ; Hezekiah Sleeper, Sexton. 

ST. MARY'S CHURCH.— Roman Catholic. 
Organized 1810. Place of worship, Mall, corner of Bridge St. 
Rev. James Conway, Pastor. 



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INDEPENDENT CHURCH.— Unitarian Congregational. 
Organized 1824. A brick edifice, Barton Square. 

Rev. James W. Thompson, D. D. Pastor; Samuel C. Si 
monds, Clerk; Abbott Walker, Treasurer ; S. H. Phillips, John 
Jewett, Thomas Nichols, jr., Daniel Perkins, James Chamber 
lin. Committee ; Edward Barnard, Collector ; Jacob S. Haskell 
Sexton. 

BETHEL. 
Opened August, 1823. Present place of worship, Herbert St. 
Rev. Michael Carlton, Pastor, 

CENTRAL BAPTIST. 
Organized 1826. Brick edifice, St. Peter Street. 
Rev. Daniel D. Winn, Pastor ; Nathan Putnam, Clerk and 
Treasurer; Robert Skerry, Benjamin Felt, jr., W.C.Ham- 
mond, Henry Skerry, W. B. Ashton, Levi Wiggin, Committee, 
E. G. Guilford, Hexton. 

CROMBIE STREET CHURCH.— Orthodox Congregational, 
Formed 1832. Brick edifice on Crombie Street. 
Rev. James M. Hoppin, Pastor; Humphrey Cook, Clerk. 
Henry J. Pratt, Treasurer ; Moses T, Upton, G. W. Pease, 
Charles H. Fabens, James Kimball, Committee; Charles Stani- 
ford, Sexton. 

LAFAYETTE STREET METHODIST EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH. 

Organized March, 1841. Place of worship, corner Lafayette 
and Harbor Streets. 
Rev. J. A. Adams, Pastor ; Ira Mansfield, Secretary and 
Treasurer ; Ira Mansfield, Abraham Bennett, Jesse S. Pun- 
chard, Henry Brown, Isaac Perkins, John Roberts, Trustees; 
J. A. Walton, Sexton. 

SECOND ADVENT SOCIETY. 
Organized July 23, 1848. Place of worship, Endicott Street. 
Rev. George Buraham, Pastor ; Charles Willey, of Danvers, 
Clerk; Elisha W.Turner, Treasurer; Charles H. Berry, Elisha 
W. Turner, Committee. 

ST. JAMES CHLRCH..— Roman Catholic. 
Organized 1851. Place of worship. No. 160 Federal Street. 
Rev. Thomas Shahan, Pastor. 



SALEM DIRECTORY. 211 



POST OFFICE. 

Asiatic Building, 32 Washington Street. 
G. B. LORING, Postmaster. 
JOHN J. DALRYMPLE, Clerk. 

California Mails close on the 4th and 19th of each month, at 
12 M. 
English Mails close every Tuesday and Friday. 
*** Office hours from 7 A. M. to 7^ P. M. 
rates of postage IX the united states, or to b. n. 

AMERICAN PROVINCES. 

Letters in the U. S., per J oz., (fractions same,) not over 3000 
miles, 3 c. prepaid ; over 3000 miles, 10 c. prepaid. Letters 
dropped for delivery only, 1 c. prepaid or not. Advertised let- 
ters, 1 c. extra. To or from the Provinces, not over 3000 miles 
from the line, 10 c. per ^ oz., over 3000, 15 c. prepaid or not. 

Trayxsient newspapers, periodicals, unsealed circidars, or other 
articles of printed matter, not exceeding three ounces in weight, 
to any part of the United States, prepaid 1 c, not prepaid 2 c. ; 
each additional ounce, or fraction of an ounce, prepaid 1 c, 
not prepaid 2 c. 

Regular newspapers or periodicals, paid yearly or quarterly in 
advance, when circulated in the State where published, not 
weighing over l^oz., \ c; over 1^ oz. and not over 3 oz., ^c; 
every additional oz. or fraction, ^c. "When circulated out of the 
State, all weighing 3 oz. or less, ^ c, and each additional oz. 
or fraction, ^c. Weekly newspapers, within the county where 
printed and published, single copy free to each subscriber. 
Small newspapers and periodicals, monthly or often er, and 
pamphlets not containing more than sixteen octavo pages, in 
single packages of not less than eight oz., to one address, pre- 
paid, \ c. for each oz. ; fraction same. 

Books, bound or unbound, not weighing over four pounds, 
under three thousand miles, 1 c. per oz. prepaid, IJ c. not pre- 
paid ; over three thousand miles, 2 c. prepaid, 3 c. not prepaid. 

Publishers of }iewspapers and periodicals are allowed a free 
Exchange of one copy, and may also send to each actual sub- 
scriber, enclosed in their publications, bills and receipts for the 
same free. 

All printed matter must be sent without cover, or in a cover 
open at the ends and sides. There must be no word or commu- 
nication printed on the same after its publication, or upon the 
cover, except the name and address of the person to whom it is 
to be sent. There must be no paper or other thing enclosed in 
or with such printed paper. 



212 SALEM DIRECTOKY. 



TO OR mOM GREAT BRITAIN OR IRELAND. 

Letters.— Each ^ oz., 24 c, ; 5 c, extra for California or Oregon. 
Prepayment optional. 

Neivspapers. — 2 c. each, payable in XJ. S. 

Periodicals a7id Pamphlets. — Not over 2 oz., 2 c. each, and 
4 c. each extra oz., payable in the United States ; and same 
postage is payable la the United Kingdom, excepting that for 
the third oz. it rises to sixpence, and each extra oz. is two- 
pence. 



CUSTOM HOUSE. 

FOR THE DISTRICT OF SALEM AND BEVERLY. 

No. 112^Derby Street, corner of Orange, Salem. 

E. F. Miller, Collector. 

Henry E. J enks, Dejmty Collector. 

Henry L. Lambert, Clerk. 

Charles Millet, Naval O fleer. 

Lewis Josselyn, Surveyor. ■ 

William B. Pike, Charles H. Manning, Jonathan H. |Orne, 
Wei ff hers and Gangers. 

R. W. Gould, Measurer. 

Nathan Millet, Henry Derby, Henry W. Perkins, Geo, W. 
Mullet, Samuel Fuller, John H. Stone, W. A. Phillips, E. C. 
Peabody, Samuel Grant, Salem, J. R. Tibbets, S. Lovett, Bever- 
ly, Insjjectors. 

Samuel Porter, Beverly, Surveyor. 

Samuel Foye, Henry Meek, Boatmen. 

Geo. J. L. Colby, Public Storekeejyer, 

Joseph Lawrence, Laborer. 



HEADING HOOMS. 

Democratic Room, 150 Essex Street. 

Merchants' News Room, Asiatic Build'g, 32 Wash. James 
Manning, Proprietor. 



BHITISH CONSULAR AGENT. 

Zachariah Burchmore, 112 Derby Street. 

BANKS IN SALEM. 

Annual meeting of the Banks in Salem, in October. 

Dividends declared, first Monday in April and October. 
I ASIATIC BANK— Asiatic Building, No. 32 Washington St. 
I Capital, $'210,000. Par value of Share, $-30. 

Directors — Joseph S. Cabot, President. Nathan Endicott, 
G.orge Wheatland, G. G. Newhall, N. A. Frye, Leonard B. 



SALEM DIRECTORY. 213 



Harrington, James B. Curwen. W. H. Foster, Cashier. Ben- 
jamin Pitman, Bookkeeper. Charles H. Towne, Teller. Wil- 
liam J. Foster, Clerk. 

Discount, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Bank hours, 
9 to half past 1. 

COMMERCIAL BxlNK— No. 7 Central Street. 

Capital, $200,000. Par value of Share, $66 66^. 

Directors — William ?i\ition. President. Philip Chase, Wm. 

Goodhue, M. W. Shepard, John Jewett, W. D. Waters, J. C. 

Stimpson, George W. Keene. E. H. Payson, Cashier. S. B. 

Buttrick, Bookkeeper. G. L. Streeter, Teller. 

Discount,- Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Bank hours, 
9 to half past 1. 

EXCHANGE BANK — No. 172 Essex Street. 
Capital $200,000. Par value of Share, $66-66|. 
Directors — Gideon Tucker, President. Tucker Daland, J. 
C. Lee, W. D. Pickman, John Webster. John Chadwick, 
Cashier. Joseph H. Webb, Bookkeeper. 

Discount, Mondays and Thursdays. Bank hours, 9 to quar- 
ter past 1. 

MERCANTILE BANK —No. 7 Central Street. 
Capital, $200,000, Par value of Share, $100. 
Directors — John Dwyer, President. William F. Nichols, 
John Huse, Aaron Perkins, Oliver Thayer, Wm. S. Mpsservy, 
Josiah Spalding. J. Hardy Phippen, Cashier. J. I. Hutchin- 
son, Bookkeeper. 

Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Bank hours 8| to half 
past 1. 

MERCHANTS BANK — Asiatic Building, 32 Washington St. 
Capital, $200,000. Par value of Share, $50. 

Directors — V,en]^m\\\ H. Silsbee, President. J. W. Peele, 
James Upton, Benjamin Webb, William Varney. Nathaniel B. 
Perkins, Cashier. Wilham H. Whipple, Bookkeeper. 

Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays. Bank hours, 8| to 1^. 

NAUMKEAG BANK— No. 163 Essex Street. 
Capital, $.500,000. Par value of Share, $100. 
Directors— David Pingree, President. W. B. Parker, E. D. 
Kimball, Nathaniel Weston, Jeremiah Page, R. P. Waters, B. 
A. West. J. Hardy Towne, Cashier. George B. Emerson, 
Bookkeeper. Geo. R. Felt, Discoimt Clerk. John H. Madison, 
Clei-k. 



214 SALEM DIRECTORY. 



Discount, Tuesdays and Fridays, 9^. Bank hours, 8^ A. M. to 
1^ P. M. 

SALEM BANK— No. 171 Essex Street. 

Capital, $'250,000. Par value of Share, $100. 

Directors — George Peabody, President. F. Peabody, Aug. 

Perry, N. J. Lord, W. C. Endicott. C. M. Endicott, Cashier. 

George D. Phippen, Boohkeejwr. Benjamin W. Russell, Clerk. 

Discount, Mondays and Thursdays. Bank hours, 9 to 1. 

SALEM SAVINGS BANK— Asiatic Building. 
No. 32 Washington. 

Incorporated, 1818. Object, to enable industrious persons of 
all descriptions to invest sums in a manner which will afford 
them profit and security. Two and a quarter per cent, in in- 
terest, half yearly, is payable on the third Wednesday in April 
and October, which, if not withdrawn, is added to the principal 
at the end of three months, and at the end of every five years 
all extra income is divided ; the interest on long deposits has 
generally amounted to nearly 7 per cent. 

September, 1856, the amount deposited by 8,867 depositors 
was 1,830,469.55. 

Financial Committee. — J. S. Cabot, George Peabody, J. W. 
Peele, Benjamin H. Silsbee, Wm. D. Pickman. 

Annual Meeting, on the second Wednesday in January. 

The Bank is open every day, from 8 3-4 A. M. till 1 1-4 P. M. 

Officers chosen, January, 1856. — Daniel A. White, Presi- 
dent. Gideon Tucker, Humphrey Devereux, Philip Chase, 
George Peabody, S. C. Phillips, Vice Presidents. ZachariahF. 
Silsbee, John W. Treadwell, John Bertram, William Sutton, 
Robert Stone, Benjamin P. Chamberlain, Tucker Daland, 
Frederic Howes, John C. Lee, Jonathan W. Peele, Joseph 
S. Cabot, Nath'l Silsbee, B. H. Silsbee, Trustees. Henry Ropes, 
Treasurer. William Wallis, Secretary. 

SALEM FIVE 'CENTS SAVINGS BANK. 
No. 171 Essex Street. 

Commenced operations, July, 1855. 

Open for deposits from 9 to "l o'clock, daily. Also on Satur- 
day from 3 to 5 and 6 to 8 o'clock P. M. 

Edward D. Kimball, President. John Chapman, Asahel 
Huntington, Jonathan C. Perkins, Thomas P. Pingree, Edmund 
Smith, Wm. S. Messervy, Vice Presidents. J. Vincent 
Browne, Treasurer. Nathaniel Cleaves, Secretary. Ephraim 
Brown, Francis Brown, George F. Brown, J. Vincent Browne, 
William Calley, Nathaniel Cleaves, William P. Goodhue, Wil- 
liam Hunt, Samuel Endicott, of Beverly, John Jewett, William I 



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F. Nichols, Gilbert G. Newhall, Thomas Nichols, jr., Jeremiah 
Page, J. W, Perry, Charles A. Ropes, Henry Russell, James C. 
Stimpson, Oliver Thayer, William Varney, Benjamin Webb, 
Benjamin A. West, Henry L. Williams, Trustees. Edward D. 
Kimball, William Hunt, Edmund Smith, Henry L. Williams, 
J. Vincent Browne, Committee of Investment. 

SALEM AND DANVERS LOAN AND FUND 
ASSOCIATION. 
Organized, January, 185i5. Commenced operations, May, 1855, 
Office, No. 16 Washington, up stairs. 
Regular meetings, third Monday in each month. 
Ojicers — Joseph S. Cabot, President. James Kimball, Vice 
President. Israel D. Shepard, Secretary. J. B. F. Osgood, 
Attorney. Wm. Archer, jr., Surveyor. E. K. Lakeraan, E. B. 
Peirson, C. H. Manning, William Galley, E. H. Payson, J. C. 
Stimpson, T. M. Saunders. Caleb Foote, G. F. Sanger, T. S. 
Jewett, Samuel Day, T. H. Frothingham, R. Lindsey, Salem ; 
Fitch Poole and A. F. Clark, Danvers, Directors. 

WORKING MEN'S LOAN AND FUND CORPORATION. 

Organized, December, 1S54. Commenced operations, Oct. 1855. 
Room, No. 18 Asiatic Building. 
Officers — Stephen H. Phillips, President. Thomas Hunt, 
Vice President. Samuel Mackintire, Secretary. William H. 
Foster, Nathaniel B. Perkins, George F. Brown, W. F. W. 
Small, John Webster, Israel Fellows, Joseph C. Foster, Edward 
B. Ames, George W. Pease. Joseph B. Hanson, Salem ; Daniel 
E. SafFord, Hamilton ; John Conway, jr., Marblehead ; Stephens 
Baker, Beverly ; Edward Staten, Gloucester ; Jefferson Taylor, 
South Danvers ; Horace Kimball, Danvers Port; EbenF. Stone, 
Newburyport ; Horace Clarke, Lynn, Directors. 



INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

ORIENTAL INSURANCE CO.— Asiatic Building. 

Capital, ^200,000. 

Dividends declared first Monday in April and October. 

Directors— yvithan Endicott, President. Tucker Daland, 

James W. Chever, R. Brookhouse, T. Bryant, George Peabody, 

John Dwyer. William S. Cleveland, Secretary. 

ESSEX MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. 

No. 42 Washington Street. 
Annual Meeting, third Saturday in September. 
Directors— George Nichols, President. David Putnam, Philip 



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Chase, George H. Smith, Pierce L. Wiggin, Perley Putnam, 
Nathaniel Appleton, Robert Peele, John Pratt, Leonard B. 
Harrington. John Jev/ett. John II. Nichols, Secretary. 

HAMILTON INSURANCE CO. 
No. 27 Washington Street. 
Cash capital, ^60,000. Guarantee Capital, $360,000. 
Directors— William C. Prescott, President and Treasurer. 
Elijah A. Hanson, N. D. Symonds, John Hilton, Joshua Sil- 
vester, John T. Burnham, James Kimball, A. Richardson, W. 
P. Dolliver, Wm. Brown, B. F. Browne, Caleb Smith. N. A. 
Clarke, Superintendent, John T. Burnham, Secretary. 

SALEM MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. 

No. 42 Washington Street. 

Annua] Meeting, 4th Monday in April. 

Directors— John H. Nichols, President. Isaac P. Foster, Wm. 

Calley, Eben K. Lakeman, Samuel Chamberlain, James 

Chamberlain, Charles M. Richardson, Geo. F. Brown, Eleazer 

Austin. Charles S. Nichols, Secretary. 

SALEM MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

No. 163 Essex Street. 
Capital, ^100,000. 
Directors — Jeremiah Page, President. Edward D. Kimball, 
B. H. Silsbee, W^illiam Hunt, James B. Curwen, Benjamin A. 
West, James Upton. William Northey, Secretary. 

HOLYOKE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. 

No. 27 Washington Street. 
Annual Meeting, second Wednesday in October. 
Directors — Augustus Story, President and Treasurer. Ste- 
phen Osborne, William Story, John T. Burnham, Salem ; Fred. 
Mitchell, Ipswich; Joshua Silvester, Danvers ; John Hilton, 
Lynn; Edward Todd, Rowley. John T. Burnham, Serref«= 2/- 



SQGIETISS AND COMPANIES^ 
SALEM ATHEN^UM, 
Incorporated in 1810, was formed by the union of the Social 
and Philosophical Libraries. The former was organized in 
1760, the latter in 1781. Number of volumes, 12,500^, which are 
deposited in Plummer Hall, 134 Essex street. 

Annual meeting for the choice of officers, last Wednesday 
but one in Ma,y. 



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Library open every day between the hours of 12 and 1, for 

I the deUvery of books. 

I Officers cJwien in May, 18.56. — George Choate, President; 
Henry Wheatland, Clerk of the Corporation; James Chamber- 
lain, Treasurer ; George Choate, Benjamin Barstow, "William 

1 Mack, James M. Hoppin, J. W. Chever, A. Huntington, John 

;C. Lee, James Chamberlain, Wm. S. Messervy, Trustees ; Henry 

I J. Cross, Librarian. 

I ESSEX SOUTHERN DISTRICT MEDICAL SOCIETY 
Consists of all those members of the Massachusetts Medical 
.Society who reside in Lynn, Swampscott, Nahant, Saugus, 
iMarblehead, Salem, Danvers, Midd'eton, Beverly, Wenham, 
Topsfield, Ipswich, Hamilton, Essex, Rockport, Gloucester, 
and Manchester. 

The Society was formed in 1805, in pursuance of a vote of 
the Massachusetts Medical Society, authorizing the establish- 
ment of district or subo/dinate associations. The Library is 
annually increased, and contains about 1000 volumes ; it is de-^ 
posited in a room of the Lyceum Building, where the regular, 
[quarterly meetings of the Society are held. j 

I Annual Meeting on Tuesday of the week preceding the meet-] 
ing of the Massachusetts Meaical Society. j 

Officers electeds l^oQ. — George Choatp,' of Salem, President; 
Eben Hunt, of Danvers, Vice President ; George A. Perkins, 
of Salem, Treasurer ; F. W^insor, of Salem, Secretary ; L. R. 
Stone, of Salem, Lih'arian. 

ESSEX INSTITUTE, 
Incorporated in 1848, was formed by the union of the Essex 
Historical Society and the Esses County Natural History 
StS'ciety. 

The Library contains about 10,500 volumes ; the cabinets are 
well filled with specimens of Natural History. The Institute 
have also portraits of several of the former 'Presidents of the 
Historical Society, and some of the early settlers of New Eng- 
land. 

Exhibiiions of Praits and Plowers are held at their Hall, 
Pickman Place, on Wednesdav, between the hours of 11 A. M. 
and 1 P. M. 

Annual Meeting on the second Wednesday in May. 

Officers chosen in May, 1856.— D. A. White, President ; John 
G. king, John Lewis Russell, John C. Lee, Vice Presidents ; 
Henry Wheatjand, Secretary and Treasurer ; J. H. Stone, Lib- 
rarian ; F. W. Putnam, Cabinet Keeper ; J. G. King, Francis 
Peabody, Henry M. Brooks, Curators of Bepattment of His- 
tory; J. L. Russell, Henry F. King, F. 'W. Putnam, Curators, 



218 SALEM DIRECTORY. 



of Department of Natural History ; James Upton, Francis Put- 
nam, Robert Manning, Curators of Depa7-t7nent of Horticulture; 
John C. Lee, Joseph S. Cabot, Ephraim Emmerton, Finance 
Committee. 

SALEM LYCEUM 

Was formed the 18th of January, 1830, and organized as an In- 
corporated Association on the 2d of April, 1830. The intro- 
ductory lecture was delivered in the Sewall Street Meeting 
House, by Hon. D. A. White. 

The purchase of an annual ticket makes a person a member 
of the corporation, and the price of a ticket has never been 
more than one dollar. Nearly five hundred lectures have 
been delivered in the annual courses. 

The Legislature, on the 20th of April, 1852, passed an act, 
making Daniel A. White, Stephen C. Phillips, George Peabody, 
their associate petitioners and successors, and the male citi- 
zens of the City of Salem, of twenty-one years of age, pur- 
chasers of tickets to the twenty-third course of lectures, a cor- 
poration by the name of the Salem Lyceum. At a meeting of 
the corporation, held May, 1856, the following officers were 
elected : — 

Richard Edwards, President; George Andrews, Vice Presi- 
dent ; Joseph M. Newhall, Recording Secretary; H. J. Cross, 
Corresponding Secretary ; G. L. Streeter, Treasurer ; W. H. 
Prince, James Kimball, S. P. Andrews, S. Johnson, jr., Wm. 
Silver, George Ropes, George F. Chever, A. G. Brown, Man- 
agers. Daniel A. White, Stephen C. Phillips, George Peabodv, 
Trustees. 

YOUNG MEN'S UNION. 
Organized, 1855. 

For the benefit of the Young Men of all avocations in this 
community. 

This association occupies convenient rooms, (No. 172 Essex 
St., over the Exchange Bank,) and is in receipt of the leading 
daily and weekly journals, of all parts of the country ; also the 
London Times, and Illustrated News, and the standard Reviews 
and principal periodicals of the day. It has a library of refer- 
ence, comprising the latest and most accurate maps. ' 

No admission fee is required ; and the assessment, payable 
in advance, is fixed at the low price of ^2.00 per annum. 

All gentlemen wishing to sustain such an institution in our 
city, or avail themselves of its privileges, are cordially invited 
to join. 

Officers for the year ending October 1, 1857. — George M. 
Whipple, President; L. R.Stone, Vice President; Joseph H. 



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Webb, Treasurer; George R. Emmerton, Secretary ; Justin 
Rideout, William W. Boswell, William J. Foster, Directors. 

BIBLE SOCIETY OF SALEM AND YICIXITY. 

Instituted, August 22, 1810. Annual Meeting, second Wed- 
nesday in June. Depository, No. 230 Essex Street. 

Officers elected, June, 1856. Stephen C. Phillips, President ; 
Rev. S. M. Worcester, Secretanj ; Stephen B. Ives, Treasurer ; 
John Dike, R. P. Waters, Rev. J. M. Hoppin, John G. Wa- 
ters, Tr 



HARMONY GROVE CEMETERY CORPORATION. 

Organized in 1839. Incorporated in 1840. Consecrated 
June 14, 1840. Contains about 65 acres. 

The cemetery was formerly situated within the town of; 
Danvers. The Legislature of 1840 passed an act so altering 
the boundaries between Salem and Danvers, that the whole ofi 
the cemetery now lies within the limits of the city of Salem. 
The sale of lots is under the charge of W. H. Foster, to whom 
application can be made. 

Annual Meeting for the choice of Trustees, first Y.^ednesday 
in J anuary. 

Officers elected, January, 1856. — Joseph S. Cabot, President ; 
Stephen C. Phillips, John C. Lee, J. W. Peele, Elijah A. Han- 
son, Francis Peabody, George Wheatland, Nathaniel Silsbee, 
William H. Foster, Trustees ; William H. Foster, Secretary 
and Treasurer ; Charles Creesy, Kee^jer. 

SALEM SOCIETY FOR THE MORAL AND RELI- 
GIOUS INSTRUCTION OF THE POOR. 

Formed, March 24, 1819. Incorporated, February, 1826. 
Annual Meeting in April. 

Officers elected, May, 1856. — Alfred Peabody, President; 
James Kimball, Vice President; Nathan Putnam, Treasurer ;\ 
Stephen P. Driver, Secretary ; C. H. Price, R. C. Manning, A.I 
T. Brooks, John Carlton, E. Buswell, J, B. Curwen, John 
Jewett, Managers ; Rev. Michael Carlton, Agent ; John Carlton,, 
Collector. 

PLUMMER FARM SCHOOL OF REFORM FOR BOYS. 

This school was founded by the munificent bequest of Miss 
Caroline Plummer. It is a school for the instruction, employ- 
ment and reformation of juvenile offenders in the city of Salem, 
and is to be conducted on a plan similar to that of the State 
Reform School, The amount of the bequest is $25,000 ; and 
the school will go into operation as soon as adequate means are 



220 SALEM DIRECTORY. 



obtained to carry it on successfully, in accordance with, the will 
jof the donor. 

I A Board of ten Trustees was chosen by the Mayor and 
Aldermen of the city of Salem, in May, 1855, and incorporated 
by an Act of the Legislature on the 21st of May, 1855. The 
first meeting of the ISoard of Trustees was held Nov. 26, 1855, 
at which time a code of By-Laws was adopted, and officers were 
elected. The Board of Trustees is organized as follows: 
I Daniel A. White, President ; George Andrews, Secretary ; 
[William I. Bowditch, Joseph Andrews, Eleazer Austin, Execu- 
tive Committee ; George Andrews, Treasurer. 

DORCAS SOCIETY. 
Mrs. A. L. Peirson, Directress ; Mrs. Rebecca C. Kinsman, 
Miss Lydia H. Chase, Miss Elizabeth I. Devereux, Distributors ; 
Miss Mary C. Anderson, Treasurer; Miss Esther C. Mack, 
Secretary. 

CHARITY INFANT SCHOOL.— Federal Court. 
Miss Lydia H. Chase, Miss Lydia R. Nichols, Managers ; 
Miss Elizabeth P. Nichols, Treasurer and Secretary ; Miss Re- 
becca Thayer, Teacher. 

SALEM SEAMEN'S ORPHAN AND CHILDREN'S 
FRIEND SOCIETY. 

The Salem Children's Friend Society was organized February 
25, 1839, for the purpose of rescuing from evil, and improving 
the condition of such children as are in indigent and suffering 
circumstances, and not otherwise provided for. Incorporated, 
March, 1841. In 1844, the house they now occupy. No. 7 Car- 
penter street, was purchased at an expense of ^1,500, and 
presented to them by R. Brookhouse, Esq., of this city, when 
they took their present name. 

Annual Meeting, 8th of May. Visitors admitted at any time. 

O^^cers.— Mrs. Thorndike Proctor, President; Mrs. N. W. 
Osgood, Vice President; Miss Harriet L. Peirson, Secretary ; 
Miss E. King, Treasurer ; Mrs. John Bertram, Mrs. B. E. Val- 
entine, Mrs. A. L. Peirson, Miss Margaret P. Dabney, Miss 
C. Fabens, Mrs. Michael Carlton, Mrs. B. Peabody, Mrs. Ed 
ward Putnam, Mrs. Joseph Winn, Miss Mary C. Anderson, 
Miss E. Fettyplace, Mrs. J. Rose, Jr., Managers; Michael 
Carlton, _S. C. Phillips, A. Huntington, John Chapman, 
Board of Advisers. 

SEAMEN'S WIDOW AND ORPHAN ASSOCIATION. 
Formed, May 1, 1833, for the purpose of devising and adopt- 



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ing such measures as may seem best to ameliorate the condition 
of the fatherless and the widow. 

Annual Meeting on the first Thursday in May. 

Officers. May, 1856.— Mrs. A. True, President; Mrs. William 
Ives, Vice P> esident ; Mrs. George D. Phippen, Treasurer; 
Mrs. J. Kimball, Secretary/; Mrs. Joseph Webb, Mrs. E. K. 
Lakeman, Mrs. Joseph Hodges, Mrs. T. B. Russell, Mrs. G. 
Kimball, Mrs. Henry Groves, Mrs. Ephraim Burr, Miss Nancy 
Wellman, Mrs. Samuel Ropes, Jr., Mrs. George C. Hodgdon, 
Miss Eliza Low, Managers. 

LADIES' SEAMEN'S FRIEND SOCIETY. 

Organized, January 22, 1844. 
Present Officers. — Mrs. George H. Smith, Presidetit ; Mrs. 

Samuel Benson, \st Vice Presidejit ; . , 2rf Vice 

President; Miss Sarah Hobart, Corres2307iding atid Recording 

Secretary ; , Treasurer; Mrs. Robert 

Mills, Mrs. Andrew Ward, Mrs. Parker Brown, Mrs. N. P. 
Rust, Mrs. Michael Carlton, Mrs. Robert Skerry, Mrs. Ephraim 
Allen, Mrs. James M. Hoppin, Managers. 

FEMALE SAMARITAN SOCIETY. 
Annual Meeting for the choice of officers, on the second 
I Monday in December. 

{ Board of Managers. — Miss Lydia Frothingham, President ; 
;Mrs. Frances Adams, \st Vice President; Mrs. Mary Woods, 
2d Vice President ; Miss Elizabeth Marston, Secretary ; Miss 
Mary E. Whipple, Treasurer ; Mrs. Mary Whipple, Mrs. Mary 
Walden, Miss Sarah P. Davis, Mtss^Iary Stocked, ]Siiss~Lr^diar 
Ann Jenks, Miss Clarissa Gavett, Mrs. Matilda 'Nourse, Mrs. 
Ehzabeth Brown, Miss E. Devereaux,^yrTWTJee.s. 

SALEM DISPENSARY. 

Organized, February, 1820. Incorporated, February, 1831. 

Its object is the relief of the poor by affording Medicines 
and Medical advice gratuitously. The expenses to be paid by 
an annual subscription. All the subscribers can give certifi- 
cates to the Apothecaries for such Medicine as may be pre- 
scribed by the Physicians in their behalf. To this class, much 
timely and effectual aid has been rendered. 

The city is divided into two districts, the Eastern and the 
Western, to each of which is assigned a Physician and an 
Apothecary. ^^ 

The Eastern district includes all perfcns who may apply for 
relief, living eastward of St. Peter and Central Streets, and 
South Salem. 



222 SALEM DIRECTORY. 



The "Western district includes those living westward of the 
above streets, and North Salem. 

Annual Meeting, first Thursday in January. 

Board of Managers, elected January 3, 1856. — D, A. "White, 
President ; Henry Whipple, Secretary and Treasurer ; George 
Peabody, S. C. Phillips, Robert Brookhouse, Richard S. 
Rogers, Asahel Huntington, E. H. Payson, Andrew "Ward, 
Aaron Perkins, W. H. Prince, E, B. Peirson, John Bertram. 

Physicians. — Dr. Frederick Winsor, Eastern District ; Dr. L. 
R. Stone, "Western District. 

Apothecaries. — G. BartOD, Eastern District ; A. S. C. Saunders, 
"Western District. 

SALEM FEMALE CHARITABLE SOCIETY. 

This Society was one of the first of our charitable institu- 
tions, having been formed as early as 1801, and incorporated 
in 1804; its objects were the support of female children, and 
to assist that unfortunate class, the aged and infirm widows. 

Its first Board were, Mrs. Sarah Fisk, First Directress ; Mrs. 
Lucretia Osgood, Second Directress ; Mrs. Lydia Nichols, 
Treasurer ; Mrs. Abigail M. Dabney, Secretary ; Mrs. Elizabeth 
White, Mrs. Deborah Hovey, Mrs. Hannah Robinson, Mrs. 
Hannah Ropes, Mrs. Eunice Richardson, Mrs. Sarah Crown- 
insliield, Mrs. Hannah Hodges, Mrs. Sarah Dunlap, Managers; 
these ladies were succeeded by others, some long since de- 
ceased, the most recent, the late Mrs. Rebecca Dodge, and 
Mrs. Richard S. Rogers. 

The Society continued its operations as above stated, until 
1831 or 1832, when by a vote of the Board, and by the authority 
granted them by the Legislature, it was decided to appropriate 
its income for the relief of indigent females. Ttie Society 
meetings are held monthly, in the chamber of house No. 353 
Essex Street, the house long occupied by the Society having 
been purchased by Robert Brookhouse, Esq., for the use of 
the Children's Friend and Seamen's Orphan Association. 

The present Board consists of Mrs. R. Brookhouse, First 
Directress ; Mrs. P. P. Pinel, Second Directress ; Miss S. Frye, 
Treasurer; Miss H. 0. Mack, Secretary; Mrs. Susan Ward. 
Mrs. S. P. Webb, Mrs. Emery Johnson, Mrs. S. A. SaflFord, 
Mrs. G. B. Loring, Mrs. O. P. Lord, Miss Mary C- Anderson, 
Miss Lydia H. Chase, Mrs. Rebecca Kinsman, Mrs. Eben Put- 
nam, Managers. 

SALEM EAST INDIA MARINE SOCIETY. 
Founded in 1799. Incorporated in 1801. 
The museum contains a fine collection of specimens in the 
various departments of Natural History, to which strangers 



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have free access by first obtaining a pass from any of the mem- 
bers of the Society, 

Annual Meeting, first "Wednesday in November. 

The Hall is open from May 1 to November 1, from 10, A. M., 
to 1, P. M., and from 3 to 5, P. M. Closed the remainder of 
the year. 

Officers elected, November, 1856. — Charles M. Endicott, Pres- 
ident ; Wm. D. Waters, John Bertram, Allen Putnam, C'o/?2W?Y^ee 
of Observation ; Nathaniel Griffin, Treasurer ; Gilbert G. New- 
hall, Corresponding Secretary ; Thomas Saul, Recording Sec- 
retary ; George D. Phippen, Superintendent; William Story, 
Distributor of Journals ; James King, Inspector of Journals. 

SALEM AND VICINITY EMIGRANT AID SOCIETY. 
Caleb Foote, Preside?it ; Richard P. Waters, Vice President ; 
James Kimball, Treasurer; Gilbert L. Streeter, Secretary; 
Asahel Huntington, Stephen C. Phillips, Alfred Peabody, John 
Bertram, William Mack, John G. Felt, Fitch Poole, Directors. 

SALEM MARINE SOCIETY. 
Instituted, 1766. Incorporated, 1771. 

Annual Meeting, last Thursday in October. Meetings are 
likex^ise held on the evening of the last Thursday of every 
month throughout the year. Rooms in Franklin Building. 

Officers elected, October, 1856. — John Dwyer, Master ; 
Jeremiah Page, Deputy Master ; Jonathan P. Felt, Treasurer ; 
Edward Barnard, Clerk ; Josiah Spaulding, Charles Mansfield, 
Jeremiah Page, James Buffington, Distributing Committee; 
Nath. Weston, William B. Smith, Committee on Franklin 
Building ; Jonathan P. Felt, Agent of Franklin Building. 

THE SALEM PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION. 

Organized on Wednesday evening, October 27, 1852. 

Object, to aflTord a more systematic plan of relief for the 
poor. 

William D. Pickman, President ; Stephen C. Phillips, Vice 
President; B. H. Silsbee, Secretary ; John Ball, General Agent 
and Treasurer ; Richard S. Rogers, Edward B. Pierson, John 
B. Silsbee, Committee. 

SALEM CHARITABLE MECHANIC ASSOCIATION. 
Organized, Oct. 1, 1817. Incorporated, June 4, 1822. 

Consists of regular apprenticed Mechanics, and of Manufac- I 
turers, citizens of the city of Salem and vicinity. Number of 
members about 300. Annual Meeting for the choice of officers, 
first Wednesday in January. 

In connection with this Association is a Library containing 



224 SALEM DIRECTORT. 



4000 volumes, for the use of members and their apprentices. 
The Library is open on Saturday evening of each week. The 
average weekly delivery is 150 volumes. 

Officers elected, January, 1856. — James Kimball, President ; 
Aaron Perkins, Vice President; John Chapman, Treasurer ; 
Thomas M. Dix, Secretary ; D. C. Haskell, Charles Harrington, 
Aaron Hayward, Mark Lowd, C. H. Pulsifer, Ezekiel Goss, 
Simeon FUnt, Henry Hubon, W. L. Bowdoin, Trustees. 

ESSEX AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

Organized at Topsfield on Monday, Feb. 16, 1818, by the 
election of Col. Timothy Pickering, President ; and to this office 
he was annually elected for ten successive years. Incorporated, 
June 12, 1818. The first exhibition was held at Topsfield, Octo- 
ber 5, 1820, and they have been continued annually in the 
month of September or October in several towns in the county 
— usually twice successively in the same place. The society is 
receiving from year to year, large accessions to its list of mem- 
bers ; about 1500 names are on its catalogue. 

This Society was the first in the State to publish in detail its 
transactions — which have now extended to four large octavo 
volumes, containing much valuable information to the agricul- 
turist. 

A Library was commenced in the autumn of 1849, by the 
purchase of the agricultural portion of the library of the late 
lamented Henry Colman, which, with a few additions from other 
sources, numbers about seven hundred volumes, deposited in 
the Court House, Salem. 

Officers elected at the annual meeting, in Newburybort, Oct. 
2, 1856 :— 

Richard S. Fay, Lynn, President; Josiah Little, Newbury- 
port, Josiah Newhall, Lynnfield, Andrew Dodge, Wenham, 
Dean Robinson, West Newbury, Vice Presidents ; William Sut- 
ton, South Dauvers, Treasurer ; Allen W. Dodge, Hamilton, 
Secretary. 

James H. Duncan, Haverhill ; Gardner B. Perry, Groveland ; 
John W. Proctor, Danvers ; Moses Newell, West Newbury, 
Honorary Trustees. 

Daniel Adams, Newbnry; Lewis Allen, South Danvers; John 
Alley, 3d, Lynn; Hazen Ayer, South Danvers; Isaac Carruth, 
Andover ; Jacob Brown, Ipswich ; Jonathan Berry, Middleton ; 
David Choate, Essex; Jeremiah Coleman, Newburyport ; Jo- 
siah Crosby, North Andover ; Moses G. J.Emery, Haverhill; 
Joshua Hale, Newburyport ; Jos. How, Methuen ; John M. Ives, 
Salem ; John Keely, Haverhill ; William M. Kimball, Law- 
rence ; James P. King, South Danvers ; Royal A. Merriam, 
Topsfield; Charles P. Preston, Danvers; William Osborne, 



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Lynn ; Thomas E, Payson, Salem ; Moses Pettengill, Topsfield ; 
Warren Ordway, Bradford; William R. Putnam, Danvers ; 
James Stevens, North Andover; John Stone, jr., Marblehead ; 
Horace Ware, Marblehead ; Richard P. Waters, Beverly ; Enoch 
Wood, Boxford ; Enoch S. Williams, Newburyport, Tnisiees, 

ESSEX COUNTY TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. 

Organized at Topsfield, Dec. 3, 1830. 

Meetings are held semi-annually, on the Friday and Saturday 

j following the annual Fast in April, and the third Friday and 

i Saturday of October, at such places as may be designated at 

I the previous meeting. 

Officers elected, October, 1856. — J. S. Eaton, Andover, Presi- 
dent ; Wm. M. Baker, '^ewhyxxy^oxt, Vice President ; Henry 
Moore, Lynn, Recording Secretary ; A. J. Manchester, Salem, 
Corresponding Secretary ; E. Valentine, Marblehead, Treasurer ; 
R. Edwards, Salem ; W. C. Todd, Newburyport ; John Crowell, 
Haverhill; George A. Walton, Lawrence; D. M. Easton, 
Gloucester ; Wesley K. Bell, Councillors. 

MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION OF SALEM AND 
VICINITY. 

Annual Meeting second Wednesday in June. Board of 
Managers chosen June 25th, 1856 : — 

Rev. Samuel M. Worcester, D. D,, President; Rev. J. B 
Clark, Vice President ; Rev. Jeremiah Taylor, Secr'y ; Richard 
P. Waters, Treasurer ; Henry Whipple, Auditor. 

SALEM TEMPERANCE ASSOCIATION. 
Organized, July 18, 1850. 
Stephen C. Phillips, President; Brown Emerson, Caleb Foote 
Michael Carlton, Robert C. Mills, James M. Hoppin, Israel E. 
Dwinell, Vice Presideiits ; Sidney C. Bancroft, Secretary ; Wm. 
Ives, Stephen B. Ives, James Kimball, Prudential Committee ; 
Eleazer Pope, Thos. W. Gwinn, Enoch Goodwin, D. B. Brooks, 
Henry Brown, Vigilance Committee ; George A. Perkins, Jos. 
Newell, Seth Holden, Henry T. Mansfield, Visiting Commit- 
tee; D. B. Brooks, Treasurer. 

SALEM INDEPENDENT PROTECTIVE UNION. 

Organized, August 26, 1847. 
H. Luscomb, Jr., President; E. A. Goldthwait, Vice Presi- 
dent ; Benjamin A. Gray, Secretary; Thomas B. Flowers, 
Treasurer ; John Daniels, S. N. Larrabee, J. P. Punchard, Di- 
rectors ; T. B. Flowers, Lewis D. Richards, S. H. Larrabee, 
Store Keepers. 



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SALEM GAS LIGHT COMPANY, 

NoRTHEY Street. 
Organized, April 4, 1850. Capita], $103,000. 

Annual Meeting, second Monday in March. The Company 
carries the branch pipes into buildings to a distance of seven- 
teen feet from the main pipe ; beyond that, the pipes and the fix- 
tures are at the expense of the consumer. The Company also 
places the metre to measure the quantity of gas consumed by a 
self-registering process of wheel-work. The price of gas is at 
the rate of $3.50 per 1000 cubic feet. 

The stores were lighted with gas, for the first time, on Tues- 
day evening, December 17, 1850 ; the street lamps, on Wednes- 
day evening, December 25. 

George Choate, President ; Daniel Marston, Henry Russell, 
B. Frank Fabens, Salem, Henry Cook, Danvers, Directors; 
Francis Brown, Treasurer and Superintendent; Richard Gard- 
ner, Clerk. 

SALEM AND DANVERS ASSOCIATION FOR THE 
DETECTION OF THIEVES AND ROBBERS. 

Formed, 1833. Annual Meeting, first Wednesday in January. 

Officers elected, January, 1856. — Caleb Smith, President; 
Joel Bowker, Lewis Allen, Vies Presidents ; Henry Whipple, 
Abner Sanger, Robert Brookhouse, Trustees ;^ Jonathan Perley, 
CTerA; Joseph S. Leavitt, Benjamin Goodridge, Benjamin F. 
Browne, Samuel Day, Alfred R. Brooks, Rufus Wyman, Di- 
rectors. 

SALEM FEMALE ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY. 
Organized, June 4th, 1834. 
Officers chosen, 1852. — Mrs. William l\es, President ; Islxs. 
Polly Ashby, Vice President ; Adaline Roberts, Corresponding 
Secretary ; Eliza J. Kenney, Recording Secretary ; Adaline Rob- 
erts, Treasurer; Lydia P. Chase, Auditor ; Sarah Hayward, 
Gertrude Barrett, Lydia P. Chase, Hannah A. Ramsdell, Lydia 
H. Chase, Counsellors ; Mrs. Rufus Gifford, Collector. 

SALEM LABORATORY COMPANY. 

Office, 42 Washington Street. Located on Laboratory Streets 
North Salem. Annual Meeting, last Wednesday in July. 

Joshua Upham, George F. Brown, Charles Richardson, Wm* 
H. Foster, Stephen Curran, Directors ; George Nichols, Agerf 
and Treasurer; John H. Nichols, Clerk; Stephen Currap* 
Chetnist. 



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SALEM AND DANVERS AQUEDUCT COMPANY. 

Incorporated, 1797. Annual Meeting, first Thursday in May. 
Dividends in May and November, paid at SaleorBank. Office, 
No. 2 Sewall Street. 

William D. "Waters, President; J. S. Leavitt, Vice President ; 
Charles M. Endicott, Clerk and Treasure^-; WilUam Jelly, 
Agent and Collector ; David Pingree, Philip Chase, Charles M. 
Endicott, Robert Peele, Ebenezer Sutton, Aaron Perkins, J. S. 
Leavitt, J. G. Waters, Directors. 

ESSEX MARINE RAILWAY. 

Incorporated, February, 1826. First vessel hauled up, ship 
Endeavor, September 21, 1826. Annual Meeting, third Mon- 
day in January. 

J. W. Getchell, Superintendent. 

Nathaniel B. Perkins, Treasurer. 

J. W. Chever, Josiah Crocker, W. D. Waters, Directors. 

SALEM MARINE RAILWAY COMPANY. 

Incorporated, 1823. First vessel hauled up, brig Washing- 
ton, Sept., 1823, Annual Meeting in January. 

Isaac Cushing, J. W. Peele, Samuel Cook, Directors ; Sam'l 
Cook, Treasurer ; Daniel Becket, Super inte^ident. 

SALEM TURNPIKE AND CHELSEA BRIDGE 
CORPORATION. 

Officers chosen, September, 1856. — Nathaniel Griffin, Pi-esi- 
dent ; Gideon Tucker, Is^ Vice President ; B. F. Newhall, 2d 
Vice President ; John G. King, C/er-t; William S.Cleveland, 
Treasurer. 

Directors. — William D. Waters, Gideon Tucker, Robert 
Peele, Nathaniel Griffin, Samuel Simonds, Thorp Fisher, Ben- 
jamin F. Newhall, Edward Pousland, John Archer. Samuel 
Knowles, Agent. 

Annual Meeting in September. Dividends, first Wednesday 
in January, April, July, and October, paid at Salem Bank. 

EAST INDIA MARINE HALL CORPORATION. 

Incorporated, 182-i. 

Annual Meeting, second Wednesday in January. 

Officers elected in January, 18-56. — Directors. — C. M. Endi- 
cott, President ; Wm. B. Parker, Chas. Mansfield, Chas. Millet.' 
Nathaniel Griffin, Clerk and Treasurer. 



228 SALEM DIRECTOBY. 



MECHANIC HALL CORPORATION. 

Incorporated, 1839. 
Annual meeting, first Thursday in January. 
Directors. — Parley Putnam, President. John Jewett, Thos. 
Nichols, jr., L. B. Harrington, John G. Felt. T. M. Dix, Clerk, 
Treastcrer, and Age^it. 

NEW MARKET MANUFACTURING CO. 

Incorporated in 1823. 

Mills located at Lamprey Rivers, New Market, N. H. 

j Treasurer's office, 17 Asiatic Building, Salem. Annual Meet- 
ing, second Wednesday in July. 

I Directors. — Nathaniel Silsbee, Prcsideyit. Benjamin W. 
Stone, B. H. Silsbee, Samuel Lawrence, David S. Brown, W. D. 

! Pickman, Wm. B. Howes, Richard S. Fay. John Webster, 

j Treasurer. 

j FOREST RIVER LEAD CO. 

Formed, 1843. Incorporated, 1846. 

j Officers. — Benjamin Howard, President. Wm. H. Chase, 

iB. 1. Fabens, George C. Chase, Elijah D. Brigham, Directors. 

I George C. Chase, General A(/e?it. Henry M. Brooks, Clerk and 

\ Treasurer. 

j Mills at Forest River, on the road leading to Marblehead. 
Counting-room 243^ Essex Street, (upstairs.) The Company 
manufacture White Lead, Sheet Lead, and Vinegar. 

GREAT PASTURE COMPANY. 
Annual meeting, first Monday in April. 
Officers elected, April, 1856. — Tucker Daland, President. 
Gideon Tucker, John Archer, Joseph S. Cabot, Directors. Ca- 
leb Foote, Treasurer. H. Wheatland, Secretary. 

NAUMKEAG STEAM COTTON COMPANY. 
Annual meeting, 3d Wednesday in January. 

Incorporated in 1839. Building erected in 1845, in Harbor 
Street, South Salem. Length, 405 feet; breadth, 55; 4 stories 
iiigh. Number of Looms, 641 ; spindles, 32,768. Hands em- 
ployed, 600. Steam Engine, 400 horse power. 

Directors. — David Pingree, President. Isaac Livermore, 
Thomas H. Perkins, of Boston, William D. Waters, William 
Sutton, Ephraim Emmerton, Joseph S. Lcavitt, Richard P. 
Waters, E. F. Cutter. A .S, Brown, Clerk. Edmund Smith, 
Treasurer. 



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229 



NEWSPAPERS. 

Salem Gazette. Established, weekly, 1768 ; semi-weekly, 
1796 ; tri-weekly, in 1847 ; enlarged and published semi-weekly, 
Oct. 1, 1851, every Tuesday and Friday, at 191 Essex Street. 
Caleb Foote, proprietor. 

Salem Mercury. Established in 1831. Published every 
Wednesday, at 191 Essex Street. Caleb Foote, proprietor. 

Salem Register. Established in 1800. Published every 
Monday and Thursday, by Chapman & Palfrey, 185 Essex St. 

Salem Observer. Established in 1823. Published every 
Saturday, by William Ives & Co., at 226^ Essex Street. 

People's Advocate. Published every Saturday, by B. W. 
Lander, 8 Derby Square. 



MASONIC AND ODD FELLOW SOCIETIES. 

Meetings are held at 32 Washington Street. 
ESSEX LODGE OF FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS. 
Chartered by the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts, June 6, 1791. 
Reorganized, June 11, 1845. 

Regular communications on the first Tuesday evening in each 
month, other Tuesday evenings meetings of the Lodge of In- 
struction. 

Officers elected annually, on the first Tuesday evening in 
December. 

Officers elected, Jtme, 1856. — G. H Teirson, ]\Iaste7\ H. E. 
Jocelyn, S. W. J. F. Brown, J. W. J, H. Stone, Treasure}'. 
William Leavitt, Secretary. J. S. Perkins, S. D. W. Archer, 
jr., J. D. Jacob Carter, S. S. T. J. Hutchinson, J. S. Ed- 
ward Rea, Tyler. 

WASHINGTON ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER. 

Instituted, January 18, 1811. 

Reorganized September 7th, 1852. 

Regular communications, 1st and 3d Thursday of each month. 

Officers elected annually, 1st Thursday in December. 

James Kimball, IT. P. Nathaniel Pitman, K. John B. Hill, 
(of Beverly,) S. George W. Sargent, C. H. William L. Batch- 
elder, P. S. George H. Peirson, R. A. C. John H. Stone, 
Treasurer. William Leavitt, Secretary. Joseph S. Perkins, 
I Jeremiah Mahoney, Herbert T. Conant, M. of V. Hiram L. 
Hall, John H. Chester, (of Beverly,) Ss. 



230 SALEM DIRECTOKf. 



INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. 
Fraternity Lodge, No. 118. I. O. of O. F. 

Instituted, November 18, 1846. Meetings every "Wednesday 
evening, at 32 Washington Street. Officers chosen semi-an- 
nually, on the last Wednesday evenings in June and December. 

Officers elected, June, 1856. — John R. Smith, iV". G. N. H, 
Horton, V. G. William Archer, jr., Secretary. Thomas M. 
Dix, Treasurer. 

Essex Lodge, No. 26. /. O. of O. F. 

Instituted, Nov. 6, 1843. Meetings every Monday evening, in 
Asiatic Building. Officers chosen semi-annually, on the last 
Monday evening in June and December. 

Officers elected, June, 1856. — George W. Kingsley, N. G. 
Thomas Oakes, F. G. J. W. Moulton, Recording Secretary. 
E. B. Phillips, Permanent Secretary. John Brooks, Treasurer. 

NAUMKEAG ENCAMPMENT, NO. 13. 
/. O. of O. F. 

Instituted at Salem, June 26, 1845. The regular sessions are 
held on the second and fourth Thursday evenings in each, month, 
in Asiatic Building. Officers chosen semi-annually, in the 
months of June and December. 

Officers elected, June, 1856. — Alvah A. Evans, C. P. Joseph 
Farnum, jr., H. P. N. Woodbury, ,S. W. B. W. Stanley, J. 
W. E, B. Phillips, Scribe. Joseph Swasey, Treasurer. 

SONS OF TEMPERANCE. 

Henfeld Divisio7i, No. 2. 
Instituted, February 23, 1844. 
Officers elected quarterly. Meetings in their Hall, No. 27 
Washington Street, on every Thursday evening. 

Officers for the quarter commencing 1st October, 1856: — 
Philip B. Ruee, D. G. W. P. George H. A. Hanson, P. W. 
P. J. Fergus Almy, W. P. James H. Putnam, W. A, David 
R. Peabody, R. S. William Roberts, A. R. S. Payson W. 
Peterson, F. S. Thomas W. Gwinn, T. George C. Bancroft, 
C. Richard Briggs, A. C. Samuel Barnard, jr., /. S. Inde- 
pendence Littlefield, O. S. E. N. Walton, Chaplain. 

ZEPHYR UNION DAUGHTERS OF TEMPERANCE. 

Instituted, April 28, 1847. 

Meetings every Wednesday evening, at S. of T. Hall, 27 
Washington Street. 



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Officers for 1856. — Hannah Anderson, P. S. Hannah Jane 
Walton, S. A. Frances A. Millett, R. S. Louisa M. Comer, 
A. R. S. Rebecca Francis, F. S. E. M. Sanborn, T. Celia R. 
Larrab<?e, C. Catharine R. Corner,^. C. Mary L. Ford, J. G. 
i Susan S. Deffell, O. G. EHza M. Sanborn, D. G. P, S. Ann 
Morse, P. P. S. 

SALEM ACADEMY OF MUSIC. 

Organized, August 31, 1846. 

Joseph Mo Newhall, President. D. P. Carpenter, Vice Presi- 
dent. A. S. C. Saunders, Secretary and Treasurer. "Wm. F. 
Gardner, Charles H. Pulsifer, J. P. Phelps, Directors. 

SALEM BRASS BAND. 

Room in Franklin Building- 
P- S. Gilmore, Leader. H. F. Brown. Clerk and Treaswer. 



MILITARY. 

Second Division Massachusetts Volunteer Militia. 

"William Sutton, South Dan%'ers, Major Genei'aL 
Lieut. Col. Daniel Perkins, Salem, Divisioti Inspector. 
Maj. Henry B. Groves, Salem, Division Quarter Master. 
Maj. Alfred A. Abbott, Dan vers, Judge Advocate. 
Maj. Samuel Brown, jr., Salem, ; ijr]p<i-dp,namr) 
Maj. Jairus W. Perry, Salem, \ '^^^^s-de-camp. 
Maj. David Moore, Salem, Lngi)ieer. 

THIRD BRIGADE. 

James Jones, jr., Lincoln, Brigadier General 
Henry Mulliken, Waltham, Brigade Inspector. 
Amos A. Taylor, Lowell, Aid-de-canip. 
Edwin L. Shed, Lowell, Quarter blaster. 
George Going, Lowell, Engi7ieer. 

Fifth Regitnent hifardry. 

Charles B. Rogers, Charlestown, Colonel. 
George A. Meacham, Cambridge, Lieut. Colotiei 
George P. Kettell, Charlestown, Major. 
Thomas 0. Barri, Cambridgeport, Adjutant. 
George Curtis, Medford, Quarter Master, 
F. A. Ham, Charlestown, Paymaster. 
WilUam N. Lane, Charlestown, Surgeon. 



232 8ALEM DIEECTORY. 



Sixth Regiment Infantry. 
G. F. Sawtell, Lowell, Colonel. 
L. D. Sargent, Lawrence, Lieut. Colonel. 
E. F. Jones, Pepperell, Major. 
Alpha B, Farr, Lowell, Adjutant. 
Benjamin F. Watson, Lawrence, Quarter Master, 
Benedict Carpenter, Lowell, Paymaster. 
Joel Spalding, Lowell, Surgeon. 
William D. Lamb, Lawrence, Surgeon^s Mate. 
Rev. T. Edson, D. D., Lowell, Chaplain. 

COMPANY C — LOWELL MECHANIC PHALANX. 

Armory, City Market. 
Vernon Ganson, Captain. John W. Hadley, First Lieuten- 
ant. Emilius Stackpole, Secoiid Lieutena7%t. David Emerson, 
Third Lieutenant. Joseph Stevens, Fourth Lieutenant. 

COMPANY D. — LOWELL CITY GUARDS. 

Armory, City Market. 
Ezekiel Eastman, Captain. Levi Woodbridge, First Lieu- 
tenant. JidiTViel Yi. Gox Aon, Second Lieute7iant. Chas. F.Wil- 
liamson, Third Lietite7iant. Alonzo H. Libby, Fourth Lieu- 
tenant. 

COMPANY F. 
Lawrence. 
JefTord M. Decker, Captain. Jeremiah D. Drew, First Lieu- 
tenant. Leverett Bradley, Second Lieutenant. Benoni^ T. Dur- 
gin, Third Lieutenant. Benjamin F. Chadbourne," Fourth 
Lieutenant. 

COMPANY G. 
Of Lowell. Armory, City Market. 
Josiah A. Sawtell, Captain. Enoch W. Barker, First Lieu- 
tenant. James W. Hart, Second Lieutenant. E. W. Richard- 
son, Third Lieutenant. Charles E. Peavey, Fourth Lieu- 
tenant. 

COMPANY H. — WATSON LIGHT GUARD. 
Of Lowell. Armory, City Market. 
Andrew Blood, Captain. David E. Grimes, First Lieutenant. 
Samuel J. Varney, Second Lieutenant. Chas. H, Mansur, 
Third Lieutenant. Gilbert C. Carr, Fourth Lieute7iant. 

COMPANY I. 

Lawrence. 
John Pickering, Captain. David H. Cook, Fers^ Lieutenant. 



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James C. Barker, Second Lieutenant. Richard O. Greenleaf, 
Third Lieutenant. Augustus H. Needham, Fourth Liexden- 
ant. 

FOURTH BRIGADE. 

Joseph Andrews, Salem, Brigadier General. 
Henry Merritt, Salem, Brigade Inspector. 
Samuel C. Oliver, Lawrence, Aid-de-catnp. 
Benj. R. "White, Salem, Brigade Quarter Master. 

Seventh Reghnent Infantry. 

TVm. Saunders, Salem, Colonel. 
Lyman Dike, Stoneham, Lietd. Colonel. 
Simeon Flint, Salem, Major. 
Henry G. Fay, Chelsea, Adjidant. 
Wm. Brown, Salem, Quarter Master. 
John H. Dike, Stoneham, Paymastei'. 
James C. How, Haverhill, Surgeon. 
Charles Haddock, Beverly, Surgeon's Mate. 

COMPANY A.— SALEM LIGHT INFANTRY. 

Armory, Phcenix Building. 
J. A. Earless, Captain. Henry A. Brown, First Lieutenant. 
Geo. C. Lee, Second Lieidenant. N. D. Silsbee, Third Lieuten- 
ant. Jas. B. Nichols, Fourth Lieutenant. 

COMPANY B. — SALEM MECHANIC LIGHT IN- 
FANTRY. 

Armory, Phoenix Building. 
Albert S. Follansbee, Captain. Geo. H. Peirson, First Lieu- 
tenant. G. Norris, jr.. Second Lieutenant. Daniel B. Lord, 
Third -Lieutenant. Israel P. Harris, Fourth Lieide7ia?it. 

COMPANY D. — SALEM ARTILLERY. 

Armory, North Street. 
Henry Davidson, Captain. SaiaxxelLevrls, First Lietdenant. 
J. T. Chandler, Second Lieidenant. Thomas H. Wiggin, Third 
Liexdenant. Nicholas Bovey, Fourth Lieutenant. 

COMPANY H. — SALEM CITY GUARDS. 

Armory, Franklin Building. 
Eleazer Hathaway, Captain. James F. Gwinn, First Lieu- 
tenant. Samuel R. Hathaway, Second Lieutenant. Geo. "VV. 
Jordan, Third Liexdenant. Chas. Remond, Fourth Lieutenant. 



234 SALEM DIHECTORY. 



Eighth Regitnent Infantry. 
Frederick J. Coffin, Newburyport, Colonel. 
Roland G. Usher, Ljmn, Lieutenant Colonel. 
John F. Brown, Marblehead, Major. 
Nehemiah Flanders, Newburyport, Adjutant. 
Samuel T. Payson, Newburyport, Quarter Master. 
Wm. Currier, Newburyport, Paymaster. 
Wm. F. Bulkley, Lynn, Surgeon. 

DIVISIONARY CORPS.— SALEM INDEPENDENT 

CADETS. 

Armory, 150 Essex Street. 

Samuel B. Foster, Captain. John L. Marks, Captain-Lieu- 
te7iant. Joseph A. Dalton, First Lieutenant. Charles A. 
Ropes, Second Lieutenant. Chas. H. Pinkham, Third Lieu- 
tenant. Jos. C. Foster, Chas. E. Swasey, Eben Sutton, Foxirth 
Lieutetiants. Richard Skinner, jr.. Ensign. John Pickering 
jr.. Adjutant. R. Brookhouse, jr., Quarter Master. J. G 
Wood, Surgeon. 



COURTS. 

SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT. 
Lemuel Shaw, Boston, CAze/Vw5^ice, Salary, ^4,500 

Associate Justices. 
Charles A. Dewey, Northampton, Salary, 4,000 

Theron Metcalf, Boston, " 4,000 

George T. Bigelow, Boston, «' 4,000 

Pliny Merrick, Worcester, " 4,000 

Benjamin F. Thomas, Worcester, " 4,000 

Horace Gray, jr., Boston, Reporter, " 500 

John H. Clifford, of Boston, Attorney General. 
Asahel Huntington, Clerk of the Cowts for the County of 
Essex. (Office in the Court House, Salem.) 

Law Term. — At Salem, on the 6th Tuesday after the 4th 
Tuesday in September. Nisi Prius Term. — At Salem, immedi- 
ately after the law term, and on the 8th Tuesday after the 1st 
Tuesday in March. 

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. 
Edward Mellen, Wayland, Chief Justice, Salary, $2,700 

Jonathan C. Perkins, Salem, 
George N. Briggs, Pittsfield, 
Henry "W. Bishop, LencJx, 
Geo. P. Sanger, Boston, 
Henry Morris, Springfield, 
David Aiken, Greenfield, 



Associate Justices, $2,500 



SALEM DIRECTORY. 235 



This Court is held for civil business, at Salem, on the third 
Monday of June, and third Monday of December ; at Newbury- 
port on the third Monday of September ; at Lawrence, on the 
third Monday of March ; and for criminal business, at Salem on 
the fourth Monday of January; at Newburyport, on the fourth 
Monday of May ; and at Lawr-ence, on the second Monday of 
October. 

A. A. Abbott, of South Danvers, District Attorney for Essex 
County. 

Commissioners of Insolve^icy for Essex County. — John Glen 
King, Salem ; D. E. Safford, Hamilton ; Lonson Nash, Glou- 
cester. 

Masters in Chancery for Essex County. — James H. Duncan, 
Haverhill ; David Roberts, Salem, office Asiatic Building ; 
N. W.Harmon, Lawrence. 

Notaries Public in Salem. — Joseph Cloutman, Ephraim F. 
Miller, J. B. F. Osgood, John Punchard, Larkin Thorndike, 
Joseph G. Waters, William C. Prescott, George Andrews, 
David Roberts, Wm. C. Endicott. 

Commissioners for other States. — J. B. F. Osgood, for Cali- 
fornia, Iowa, and New York. S. H. Phillips, for New York, 
New Hampshire, Vermont, Ohio, Maryland. David Roberts, 
for Maine, Rhode Island, and New York. R. S. Rantoul, for 
Illinois, Iowa, and Pennsylvania. 

COURT OF INSOLVENCY FOR ESSEX COUNTY. 

Henry B. Fernald, of Newburyport, Jw%e. 

A. C. Goodell, Lynn, Register. 

The Court of Insolvency sits at the Court House in Salem, 
on the first Wednesday in every month. ; in Lawrence on the 
third Wednesday in January, 1857, and of every alternate 
month, afterward ; at Newburyport, on the third Wednesday of 
December, 1856, and every alternate month afterward. 

PROBATE COURT FOR ESSEX COUNTY. 

Nathaniel S. Howe, Haverhill, Judge. 

Jona. Perley, jr., Salem, Register. 

The records are kept at the Court House in Salem. 

The Court sits as follows : 

Salem, 1st Tuesday in every month. Ipswich, 3d Tuesday in 
Feb., May, Aug., and Nov. Lynn, 1st Wednesday following 
1st Tuesday in Jan. and July. Marblehead, 1st Wednesday 
following 1st Tuesday in April and Oct. Newburyport, last 
Tuesday in March, June, Sept., and Dec. Gloucester, 3d 
Tuesday in Jan. and July. Andover, 2d Tuesday in Aug. 
North Andover, 2d Tuesday in Feb. Haverhill, 3d 'Tuesday in 



236 sa-LEm: directory. 



April and Oct. Lawrence, 2d Tuesday in March, June, Sept., 
and Dec. 

County Conimissio'ners. — Geo. Haskell, Ipswich, Chairman. 
Stephens Baker, Beverly; Ebenezer B. Currier, Lawrence, 

Special Commissioners. — John I. Ladd, Groveland ; Chas. B. 
Holmes, Lynn. 

Clerk of County Commissioners. — Asahel Huntington, Salem. 

Their meetings are held as follows : At Ipswich, on the 2d 
Tuesday of April; Salem, 2d Tuesday of July; Newburyport, 
2d Tuesday of October ; and on the 4th Tuesday of December, 
at Salem, Ipswich, or Newburyport, as may be determined at 
the preceding meeting. 

County Treasurer. — A. "VV. Dodge, Hamilton, Office, Court 
House, Salem, 

Register of Deeds. — Ephraim Brown, Salem. Office, Court 
House, Salem. 

Sheriff of Essex County. — James Cary, Lawrence. 

Deputy Sheriffs. — John Rowell, Amesbury ; Jacob S. Full- 
ington, West Amesbury; Ezra Perkins, jr., Essex; Otis 
Thompson, Georgetown ; Jacob Howe, Phineas E. Davis, Ha- 
verhill ; Joseph Spiller, Ipswich ; Bailey Bartlett, Leonard 
Stoddard, Lawrence ; Charles Merritt, Lynn ; John Dixey, 
Marblehead ; John Akerman, Wooster Smith, Newburyport; 
Moody Bridges, North Andover ; Henry Dennis, Rockport ; 
Daniel Potter, Charles A. Dearborn, Ebenezer D. Kimball, 
Salem; Stephen Upton, South Danvers. 

Ebenezer D. Kimball, Jail Keeper i7i Salem. 

Ira Worcester, Jail Keeper in Ipsivich. 

John Akerman, Jail Keeper in Newburyport. 

Ira Worcester, Keeper House of Correction in Ipsivich. 

James Cary, Keeper of Jail and House of Correction, Law- 
rence. 

Frederick Winsor, Physician to the Salem Jail. 

Coroners in Salem. — William Brown, Henry Derby, Eben N. 
Walton. 

Commissioner for the City of Salem, of the State Itidustrial 
School for Girls. — George Andrews. 

Commissio7iers to Qualify Civil Offcers. John Chapman, 
Asahel Huntington, Charles Kimball, John G. King, Joseph 
B. F. Osgood, John Punchard, George Wheatland, Henry 
Whipple, Daniel A. White. 

Justices througliout the Commomcealth. -^"Wm. Brown, 
Albert G. Browne, John Chapman, Caleb Foote, Asahel Hunt- 
ington, Otis P. Lord, Jonathan C. Perkins, Stephen H. Phillips. 

Justices of the Peace and Quorum. — George Andrews, Benj. 
F. Browne, Horace L. Connoly, Stephen B. Ives, jr., John G. 
King, Nathaniel J. Lord, Wm. D. Northend, Stephen C. Phil- 



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237 



lips, Wm. C. Prescott, John Puncharci, David Roberts, Augus- 
tus D. Rogers, Nathaniel Silsbee, Larkin Thorndike, Joseph G. 
Waters, George Wheatland, Henry Whipple, Daniel A. White. 



Justices of the Peace. 



[Nathaniel K . Allen, 
Joseph Andrews, 
Sam'l P. Andrews, 
Nathaniel Apple ton, 
Wm. Archer, jr., 
John Ball, 
Sidney C. Bancroft, 
Benj. Barstow, 
John Bertram, 
Ijames B. Briggs, 
Robert Brookhouse, 
John T. Buraham, 
Samuel B. Buttrick, 
Joseph S. Cabot, 
William Galley, 
John Chadwick, 
Humphrey Cook, 
Geo. F. Chever, 
Geo. F. Choate, 
Jos. Cloutman, 
Francis Cox, 
Geo. R. Curwen, 
Joseph A. Dalton, 
G»o. H. Devereux, 
[Humphrey Devereux, 
John Dwyer, 
[Charles M. Endicott, 
|\Vm. C. Endicott, 
John G. Felt, 
I William H. Foster, 
'James A. Gillis, 
[Benj. A Gray, 
Henry B. Groves, 
Leonard B. Harrington 
Mark Haskell, 



Wm. P. Hayward, 
Moses Hill, 
Jacob Hood, 
John Jewett, 
Charles Kimball, 
Ebenezer W. Kimball, 
James Kimball, 
Henry L. Lambert, 
Joseph S. Leavitt, 
Geo. B. Loring, 
John Masury, 
William Maynes, 
Jas. McGeary, 
Thos. Needham. 
Geo. L. Newcomb, 
Gilbert G. Newhall, 
David Nichols, 
John H. Nichols, 
Thos. F. Odell, 
Joseph B F. Osgood, 
Jeremiah Page, 
Wm. W. Palmer, 
John Brooks Parker, 
Wm. B. Parker, 
Edward H. Payson, 
Francis Peabody, 
Geo. Peabody, 
Robert Peele, 
Aaron Perkins, 
Daniel Perkins, 
Jonathan C. Perkins, 
Jonathan Perley, jr., 
Jairus W. Perry, 
,Willard P. Phillips, 
David Pingree, 



Thomas P. Pingree, 
Thomas P. Pingree, jr., 
Daniel Potter, 
David Putnam, 
Perley Putnam, 
Moses D. Randall, 
Stratton W. Robinson, 
Henry Russell, 
James Ropes, 
Israel D. Shepard, 
Edmund Smith, 
Geo. H. Smith, 
Henry B. Smith, 
Edward Stimpson, 
James C. Stimpson, 
Thos. M. Stimpson, 
Augustus Story, 
Gilbert L. Streeter, 
John D. Symonds, 
Nathaniel D. Symonds, 
John W. Treadwell, 
Chas. W. Trumbull, 
Charles W. Upham, 
Abbott Walker, 
Eben N. Walton, 
Wm. D. Waters, 
Benj. Webb, 
Nath'I Weston, 
Henry Wheatland, 
Stephen G. Wheatland, 
John Whipple, 
Henry L. Williams, 
Wm. Williams, 
Jonathan F. Worcester, 
Isaac Wyman. 



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POLICE COURT.— Jos. G. Waters, Justice. 
Associate Justices, George Andrews, William C. Prescott. 
Clerk, Samuel P. Andrews. 

The Police Court is held in the Court Room in Bowker Place, 
o. loO Essex Street, for criminal business, every day at 9 
clock, A. M. ; and for civil business, on each Monday at 10 
clock, A. M. 
Public Administrators, Michael Carlton, Benj. A. Gray. 



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EASTERN RAILROAD. 

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Vieio of the Eastern Railroad Depot at Salem. 

Depot in Boston, on Causway Street, foot of Friend and 
Canal Streets. 

Annual Meeting, 2d Monday in July. 

Incorporated, April 14, 1836. The track from Boston to 
Salem was opened August 27, 1838. December 10, 1839, a 
Branch Railroad was opened from Salem to Marblehead ; Dec. 

18, 1839, the cars commenced running to Ipswich Depot ; June 

19, 1840, they ran to Newburyport; and to the New Hamp- 
shire line, Nov. 9, 1840 — distance 56 miles. Opened for travel 
to Portland, 1841, 

Directors. — John Howe, Brookline, President. G. M. Browne 
of Boston, Samuel Hooper of Boston, N. D. Chase of Lynn, 
J. C. Lee of Salem, Micajah Lunt of Newburyport, H. H. 
Ladd of Portsmouth ; Albert Thorndike, Auditor and General 
Agent, Beverly ; J. Prescott, Super inte7ident, Somerville. 

Eastern Railroad, from Boston, through Lynn, Salem 
and Newburyport, to Portsmouth. 

Portland, Saco & Portsmouth Railroad, to Portland. 
Thence by steamboats to Bath, Gardiner, and Hallowell, on 
the Kennebec, and Thomaston, Camden, Belfast, Frankfort, 
and Bangor, on the Penobscot River. 

This Railroad affords access to many splendid sea-side loca- 
tions, and passes through many pleasant to\yns, opening mag- 
nificent views of the ocean, leading to the most retired spots 
for sea-bathing, and to the most delightful walks and drives to 
be found in the native forests in New England. 

Season Tickets, Family Tickets, and Tickets to Scholars, are 
sold at greatly reduced prices from single fares. 



SALEM DIRECTORY. 



239 



STATIONS, DISTANCES, AND FARES ON THE EASTERN RAILROAD 



Stations. 31iles 

From Boston to 

Somerville 

South Maiden. 

Chelsea 

North Chelsea. 
West Lynn.... 

Lynn 

Swampscott .... 13 . . 

* Salem 16.. 

Marblehead 20.. 

t Beverly 18.. 



2.. 
4... 
5... 

7... 
10... 
11... 



Y\^est Beach.. 
Manchester .. , 
West Parish . , 
Gloucester ... . 
N. Beverly.... 
Wenham 



FROM BOSTON. 
Fares.] Stations. Miles. 

Rowley 31... 

. $0 10 j Newburyport..36... 

12 Salisbury 38... 

loSalisb'y Mills...42... 

20Seabrook 42... 

35 Hamp'n Falls.. 44... 

3-5 Hampton 46 . . . 

40 X. Hampton ...49... 

50 Greenland 51... 

55 Portsmouth 56... 

55 Elliot 58 

65 S. Berwick 66 

75 N.Berwick 72 

1 OO'Wells 77 



Fares. 

SO 95 
1 10 
1 15 
1 25 
1 25 
1 30 
1 35 
1 45 
1 55 
1 65 



1 OOKennebunk 82 

eOSaco 92 

65Scarboro' 100 

80 Portland 105 



.21... 

.25... 

.28... 

.32... 

.21... 

.22,.. 

Ipswich 27.. . 

* Marblehead Branch intersects, 
t Gloucester Branch intersects. 
X Salisbury Mills Branch intersects. 

ESSEX RAILROAD. 

From Salem to Lawrence. 
This road is under the management of Eastern Railroad 
David Pingree, of Salem, President. Eben Sutton, of Dan- 
vers, J. N. Sanderson, Lynn, Stephen A. Chase, Salem, Henry 
G. Gray, Marblehead, Nathaniel Weston, David Pingree, N. B. 
Mansfield, Salem, Directors. 



From Salem to Miles. 

South Danvers 1| . 

Danvers Port 4| . 

North Dangers 10 

Beaver Brook 15 

Swan's Crossing 



Fares.] From Salem to Miles. Fares. 

... SIMiddleton 9^ 30 

10 Boxford 40 

North Andover...l9i 50 

Sutton's Mills.... 20:^ 55 

Lawrence 2l| 60 

SOUTH READING BRANCH RAILROAD. 

From Danvers to the Boston and Maine Raikoad at South 
Reading. 

Directors the same as the Eastern Railroad Company. 
From Salem to Miles. i Fro7?i Salejn to Miles. 

South Danvers 3 South Reading. ... 10^ 

Lynnfield 7 1 Boston 21 



240 SALEM DIRECTORY. 



SALEM AND LOWELL RAILROAD. 

Incorporated in 1848. Opened August 1, 1850. Capital 

f 400, 000. Annual Meeting on Tuesday after first Monday of 
anuary. 

Charles F. Flint, of Reading, President. Caleb Livingston, 
Lowell, Sidney Spalding, Lowell, Josiah B. French, Lowell, 
J. Willard Peele, Salem, William E. Livingston, Lowell, 
Directors. F. H. Nourse, Lowell, Clerk. Nathaniel B. Per- 
kins, Salem, Treasurer. Francis H. Nourse, Lowell, Superin- 
tendent. 

DANVERS RAILROAD. 

Incorporated 1852. From Danvers to South Reading. 

Officers for 1855. William D. Northend, President. George 
F. Choate, Clerk and Treasurer. Gilbert Tapley, Frederick 
Perley, Danvers, Miles Osborn, South Danvers, Charles M. 
Cox, Boston, William D. Northend, Willard P. Phillips, Daniel 
C. Haskell, Salem, Directors. 

TELEGRAPH OFFICE. 

Eastern Railroad Depot, J. R. Bagnall, Operator. 

EXPRESSES. 




Savory ^ Co.'s Eastern, Boston, and Southern Express. 
Leaves Salem, No. 3 Washington St., at 9 and 11 A. M., and 
2^ P. M. Leaves Boston, Railroad Exchange, Court Square, 
Hi A. M., and 2^ and 5 P. M. 

Expresses leaving Savory <^ Co.'s office, No. 3 Washington Street. 
Carpenter & Co.'s, Kennebec, 7| A. M. 
Elliot's, Hampton and Exeter, 3 P. M. \ 

Forbes's, Newburyport, 3^ and 5J P. M. 
Marshall's, Manchester and Essex, 5 P. M. 
Haskins's, Rockport, 5 P. M. 
Winslow & Co.'s, Portland, Z\ P. M. 
Jackson & Co.'s, Portsmouth, 3 and 5 P. M. 
Fitz & Choat's, Ipswich, 3 P. M. 
Winchester & Co.'s, Gloucester, 5 P. M. 
B. Savory. J. A. Goldthwait. 



SALEM: DIUBCTORt. 241 



Davis's Boston and Beverly Express. 
Office at Savory & Co.'s, 4| P M, 

Saunders's Salem and Lawrence Express. 
Office 10 "Washington, cornef Front Street. 
Leave Lawreace in the morning and noon, trains. Leave 
Salem in the forenoon and afternoon trains, 

Simon's Salem and Boston Express, 
Office, No. 27 Front Street. 
Leaves Salem at 11 A. M., and 8 Court Street, Boston, at 
3i P. M, 

Bowditck's Salem and Boston Express. 
Office 43 Washington St., Salem, and 11 State St., Bostoa-. 

Salem and Lynn Express. 
Charles Parshley, office 13 Central Street. 

Moulten, Davis S^ Co.'s Salem and Boston Express, 
Office 10 Washington, 

Raradeii's Boston and Salem Express. 
Office basement Asiatic Building. 

Boston and Salem Express. 
Joseph Potter, 34 Front street. 

Merritt ^ Co.'s Express and Transportation line. 
No. 14 Washington Street, Salem. 
All business entrusted to this line will receive prompt and 
faithful attention. 
Office in Boston, No. 5 Merchants Row. 
David Merritt, David Merritt, Jr. 

City Express, 
R, Muchmore, Essex House Stage office. 



STAGES. 

A stage for Boston leaves the Essex House every Sunday, at 
4^ P, M, Leaves Boston every Sunday, at 9 A. M. 
General Stage Office, 13 Central Street. 



242 SALEM DIRECTORY. 



For Georgetown and Haverhill, leaves 13 Central st., Salem, 
daily, (Sundays excepted,) at 2| P, M. Returning, leaves Ha- 
verhill at 6^ o'clock, A. M., and arrives in Salem at 10^ A. M. 
S. W. Spalding, Proprietor. 

For Gloucester, leaves 13 Central st., every day, (Sundays ex- 
cepted,) at 1 P. M., and arrives in Salem, at 10 A. M. 

J. C. TrasKj Proprietor. 

For North Danvers, leaves 13 Central st. seven times daily. 
S. W. Spalding, Proprietor. 

For Tanleyville, a coach leaves 13 Central st., Salem, at 9^ 
A. M., and 4^ and 7 P. M. Leaves North Danvers at 7 A. M., 
and 1 and 5 P. M. Shackley & Palmer, Proprietors. 

Leave 13 Central st., three times daily for Marblehead. 
Leave 13 Central st., three times daily for Beverly. 

For South Danvers, leaves 13 Central st., at 8 A. M., and 
every hour through the day, till 9 P. M. Leaves S. Danvers at 
17 A. M., and every hour through the day till 8 P. M. 
! Shackley & JMerrill. 

Ptailroad Coach office rear Essex House. 



TAXATION IN SALEM. 

The rate of Taxation in Salem, for 1856, is 80 cts. per .flOO. 
The valuation is as follows : — 

Real estate, $'6,916,750 

Personal estate, 7,445,100 



$14,361,850 
Ratable polls, 4,258. ' ' j 

The whole tax of the city this year is $121,281.80, about onej 
quarter of which is for State and county tax, namely. 

State tax, $13,332.00 

County tax, 22,220.00 

City demand, 85,729.80 

■ ,:.,. .. .,,.,' $121,281.8(> 

Valuation, 1855, $13,523,350 

1856, 14,361,850 

Gain, $836,500 



SALE?,I DIRECTORY. 



243 



CENSUS OP ESSEX COUNTY. 



1850. 
8143 
6945 



*Amesbury, . . , 

Andover, 

*Beverly, 5376 

Boxford, 982 

Bradford, 132S 

Danvers, 8110 

*Essex 15S5 

*Georgetown, 20'2 

♦Gloucester, 7805 

*Grovelaiid, 1288 

♦Hamilton, 889 

Uaverhill, 5877 

*Ipswich, 3349 

r^wrence, 82S3 

*Lynn, 14257 

Lynnfield, 1723 

♦Manchester, 1638 

*Marblehead, 6167 

Methuen, 2543 

Jrliddletoa, 832 



18.55. 

3585 

4S10 

5944 

1034 

1372 

4(J00 

1668 

2042 

8935 

1367 

893 

7940 

3421 

16U81 

15713 

883 

1878 

6933 

2582 

880 



1850. 
*Xahant3set off from 
Lynn, 1853, 

*Xewbury, 4426 

*XewlDuryport, 9572 

N. Andover, set off 
from Andoyer, 1855, 



*Rockport, .. . ,^. . .. 
♦Rowley,.. ......... 

*Salem, 

♦Salisbury, 

Saugus, • • . 

South Danvers, set 

off from Danvers, 

1855, 
♦Swampscott, set off 

from Lynn, 1852. 

Topsfield, 

♦Wenham, 

♦West Newbury,,.. . 



3255 
1075 
20263 
3100 
1552 



1171 

977 

1746 



270 

1483 
13354 

2276 
3498 
1315 

20934 
3185 

1788 



5348 

1335 
1250 
1073 
2094 



131,307 151,167 

In April, 1852, a law was passed, dividing the State into 
eleven districts, each district to elect one representative to Con- 
gress. The above cities and towns having a *, form DisU-ict No. 6. 
The remaining towns in the county of Essex, with Charlestown, 
Burlington, Lexington, Maiden, Medford, Melrose, Reading, 
Somerville, South Reading, Stoneham, "VValtham, West Cam- 
bridge, "Wilmington, Winchester, and AYoburn, in the County 
of Middlesex, form District No. 7« 



frssidentiaij elections. 

The following is a correct statement of the electoral votes 
given to the various candidates for President and Vice President 
of the United States, since the adoption of the Constitution. It 
should be observed that at the first four elections the Colleges of 
Electors were required to vote for two persons, the highest of 
whom should be President, and the next highest Vice President, 
of the United States. In consequence of the equal vote between 
Jefferson and Burr, in 1800, the Constitution was amended so 
as to require the President and Vice President to be voted for 
separately, as at present. 

1789— FIRST TER]^L 

TEN STATES, ENTITLED TO 73 VOTES. 



George Washington ► 69 

John Adams c4 

John Jay 9 

Robert Harrison.. ^. .»».... 6 

John Eutledge 6 

John Hancock 4 



George Clinton ........ »... 3 

Samuel Huntingdon 2 

John Milton...". 1 

James Armstrong... 1 

Edward Telfair 1 

Benjamin Lincoln 1 



George Washington was tmanimously elected President. New 
York, Rhode Island and North Carolina not having at the above 
time ratified the Constitution, chose no electors. Two Totes of 
Virginia and two of Maryland were not given. 

1792— SECOND TERM. 

FIFTEEN STATES, ENTITLEB TO 135 TOTES. 

George Washington 132 I Thomas Jefferson 4' 

John Adams 77 Aaron Burr..... 1 

George Clinton 50 | 

George Washington. was again unanimously elected President,, 
and John Adams, by a plurality of votes. Vice President. Two 
votes of Maryland and one of South Carolina were not given. 

1796— THIRD TERM. 

SIXTEEN STATES, ENTITLED TO 138 VOTES. 



John Jay ............. ,.». 

James Iredell 3 

Samuel Johnson 2 

George Washington 2 

J.Henry 

Charles C. Pinckney ...... 



John Adams 71 

Thomas Jefferson 68 

Thomas Pinckney 59 

Aaron Burr 30 

Samuel Adams 15 

Oliver Ellsworth 11 

George Clinton 7 

John Adams was elected President, and Thomas Jefferson 
Vice President. During this administration weje passed the 
famous " Alien and Sedition Acts." 

1800— FOURTH TERM. 

SIXTEEN STATES, ENTITLED TO 138 TOTES. 



Thomas Jefferson 73 

Aaron Burr 73 

John Adams....... ....... Qo 



Charles C. Pinckney 64 

John Jay 1 



No choice by the people. The House of Representatives,, 
after balloting six days, on the thirty-sixth ballot elected Thos.. 
Jefferson President. Aaron Burr was, of course, elected Vice 
President. Maryland voted for Burr on the first ballotingS;. 
and finally decided the Presidency, on the thirty-sixth ballot, foi? 
Mr. Jefferson. 



■ SALEM DIRECTORY. 245 



1804— FIFTH TERM. 

SEVENTEEN STATES, ENTITLED TO 176 VOTES. 

Constitution altered. 

President. Vice President. 

Thomas Jefferson 162 I George Clinton 162 

George Pinckney 14 | Rufus King 14 

1808— SIXTH TERM. 

SEVENTEEN STATES, ENTITLED TO 176 VOTES. 



James Madison 122 

C. C. Pinckney 47 

George Clinton 6 



George Clinton 113 

RufusKing 47 

John Langdon 9 

James Madison 3 

James Monroe 3 



One of the votes of Kentucky not given. 

1812— SEVENTH TERM. 

EIGHTEEN STATES, ENTITLED TO 218 VOTES. 

James Madison 128 I Eldridge Gerry 131 

De Witt Clinton 89 | Jared Ingersoll 86 

One of the votes of Ohio not given. 

1816— EIGHTH TERM. 

NINETEEN STATES, ENTITLED TO 221 VOTES. 

D. D. Tompkins 183 

John E.Howard 22 

James Ross 5 

John Marshall 4 

Robert G. Harper 3 

Three votes of Maryland and one of the votes of Delaware 
not given. 

1820— NINTH TERM. 

TWENTY-FOUR STATES, ENTITLED TO 232 VOTES. 



James Monroe 183 

Rufus King 34 



James Monroe 231 

John Q. Adams 1 



D. D. Tompkins 218 

Richard Stockton 8 

Daniel Rodney 4 

Robert G. Harper 1 

Richard Rush 1 



246 



ALEM DIRECTORY. 



1824— TENTH TERM. 

TWENTY-POUR STATES, ENTITLED TO 261 VOTES. 



Andrew Jackson 99 

John Q. Adams 84 

W. H. Crawford 41 

Henry Clay 37 



.183 



John C. Calhoun.... 

Nathan Sanford 80 

Nathaniel Macon 24 

Andrew Jackson 13 

Martin Van Buren 9 

Henry Clay 2j 

No choice by the people for President. The House of Rep-| 
resentatives elected John Quincy Adams. One of the votes of 
Rhode Island for Vice President blank. 



1828— ELEVENTH TERM. 

TWENTY-FOUR STATES, ENTITLED TO 261 VOTES. 



Andrew Jackson 
John Q. Adams. . 



John C. Calhoun. 
Richard Rush... 
William Smith . . . 



.171 
, 83 

. 7 



1832— TWELFTH TERM. 

TAVENTY-EOUR STATES, ENTITLED TO 288 VOTES. 



Andrew Jackson 219 

Henry Clay 49 

John Floyd 11 

William Wirt 7 



Martin Van Buren 189 

John Sergeant 49 

William Wilkins 30 

Henry Lee U 

Amos Ellraaker 7 

Two of the votes of Maryland were not given ; vacancies. 



1836— THIRTEENTH TERM. 

TWENTY-SIX STATES, ENTITLED TO 294 VOTES. 



R. M. Johnson .. 
Francis Granger. 

John Tyler 

William Smith... 



147 

87 

. 47 

, 23 



Martin Van Buren .170 

W. H. Harrison 73 

Hugh L. White 26 

Willie P. Mangum 11 

Daniel Webster 14 

R. M. Johnson being tied, the election went to the Senate, 
where he received 33 votes ; Granger 16 — 3 absent. 

1840— FOURTEENTH TERM. 

TWENTY-SIX STATES, ENTITLED TO 294 VOTES. 



W. H. Harrison 234 

Martin Van Buren 60 



John Tyler 234 

R.M.Johnson 48 

L. W. Tazewell 11 

James K. Polk 1 



SALEM DIRECTORY. 247 



Gen. Harrison died in office, and was succeeded by John 
Tyler, April 4, 1841. 

1844— FIFTEENTH TERM. 

TWEXTY-SIX STATES, ENTITLED TO 275 VOTES. 

James K. Polk 170 I George M. Dallas 170 

Henry Clay 105 | Theo. Frelinghuysen 105 

I L. W. Tazewell 11 

I J. Polk 1 

1848— SIXTEENTH TERM. 

THIRTY STATES, ENTITLED TO 290 TOTES. 

Zacharv Taylor 163 I Millard Fillmore 163 

Lewis Cass 127 | William O.Butler 127 

General Taylor died in office, and was suceeeded by Millard 
Fillmore, July, 1850. 

1852 — SEVENTEENTH TERM. 

THIRTY-ONE STATES, ENTITLED TO 296 TOTES. ! 

Franklin Pierce, Democrat, 254 I * William R. King, 254' 

Winficid Scott, Whig, 42 | William A. Graham, 42 

1856— EIGHTEENTH TERM. 

THIRTY-ONE STATES, ENTITLED TO 296 TOTES. 

James Buchanan, 174 

John C. Fremont, 114 

Millard Filmore, 8 



John C. Breckenridge, 174 
William L. Dayton, 114 

Andrew J. Donelson, 



ELECTION IN MASSACHUSETTS, 

NOTEMBER 4, 1856. 

, The Gubernatorial vote shows the result to be as follows : 
Gardner, 92,467 ; Beach, 4,0082 ; Gordon, 10,385 ; Bell, 7,075 ; 
I Josiah Quincy, sen., 5,625; Scattering, 1,291; Gardner's ma- 
'jority over all others, 32,568. 

Vote for Governor in Salem. — Gardner, 1,427; Beach, 
414; Gordon, 216; Bell, 238; Scattering, 3. Total, 2,298. 
Gardner's majority, 556. 

THE SENATE. 

The Fremont ticket for State Senators was elected in every 
county, and the following are the successful candidates for 
Essex County : — Charles W. Upham, of Salem, John Batchel- 
der, of Lynn, Eben S. Poor, of South Danvers, Eben F. Stone, 
of Newburyport, Caleb B. Hunking, of Haverhill. 

* William R. King died April 18th, 1853. 



248 



SALEM DIRECTORY. 



THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

The political character of the House is almost entirely Fre- 
mont American, and the foUov/ing are 

Representatives Elect for Salem : — John Bertram, James 
Kimball, Eleazer Austin, Wm. C. Prescott, Wm. B. Brown, 
Wm. Goodhue, Jr. 

MEMBERS OF CONGRESS ELECTED. 

District 1. — Robert B. Hall, of Plymouth. 
District 2. — James Buffinton, of Fall River. 
District 3. — Wm. S. Damrell, of Dedham. 
District 4. — Linus B. Comins, of Roxbury. 
District 5. — Anson Burlingame, of Cambridge. 
District 6. — Timothy Davis, of Gloucester. 
District 7.--Nathaniel P. Banks, Jr., of Waltham. 
District S.'^Chauncey L. Knapp, of Lowell. 
District 9.— Eli Thayer, of Worcester. 
District 10.— Calvin C. Chaffee, of Springfield. 
District 11. — Henry L. Dawes, of North Adams. 

In the Sixth District, the vote was as follows : Davis, 5,666 ; 
Lord, 1,791 ; Poore, 600. 

In the Seventh District, the vote was, — Banks, 7,366 ; Wright, 
3,453; Story, 1,903. 




[Established, 1834.] 

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Where can be found a large assortment of 

Trusses, Supporters, Shoulder Braces, 

AND 

ARTIFICIAL. lilMB^, 

Also, the best apparatus for the 
Correction and Cure of all kinds of Deforniilties. 

The above instruments are used at the Massachusetts General Hospital, 
and are recommended by the most eminent physicians and surgeons of 
this country and in Europe. 



68 Tremont Street, 



BOSTON. 



INDEX TO THE ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



A.griciiltural "IFarehonses. 

M. &F. Burr ](5 

Henrv Iitle, . 51 

Hovey & Co V. . . . . .-'G 

Newcomb, Farless & Co.,..back, colored. 

^le, Porter, dtc. 
Tairbanks & Beard, 5 

^^mbrotypist. 

D. A. Clifford, . ,35 

J. "W. Moulton, 4S 

Apothecaries. 

Browne & Price, 34 

George P. Farriiigton, '.ST 

Architect. 

S. S. Woodcock 2S 

Artificial S^imbs. 

J. W. Phelps, 248 

Artists' Materials. 

A. Wheeler & Co 21 

Auctioneers. 

Geo. R. Hichboru, 28 

Shepard & Archer, 35 

l£a!s;s. 
Sibley & Co., 39 

^ ESakers. 

E.H.Sanger 39 

Charles Watts, 140 

iSedding. 

Ezekiel Goss, 41 

Sell Sang^ers. 

S. W. Fuller, = 26 

Charles Phelps, 60 

ISIack-smiths. 

Potter & Peirson, 4.5 

O.C. Smith, 4y 

ISook ISiuders. 

H. P. Ives & A. A. Smith, 61 

J. Perley jr. & Co., 61 

Books and Stationery. 

D. B. Brooks & Brother front cover. 

H. P. Ives& A. A. Smith, 61 

J. P. Jewett & Co., 1,5 

S. G. Simpkins (blank),, .back, colored. 

H. Whipple & Son, fron t, colored. 

ISoots, Shoes «fe ESabhers. 

Abraham Bennett, 46 

J. II. Carty 36 

T. O. Connell, 39 

Theron Palmer, 36 

Perkins & 3rowu, 59 

G. V. Sibley, .'39 

. ' S-17 



Brass Founder. 

Andrew S. Waters, 



O. P. Ricker, 54 

„ ,, „ Brokers. 

Nathan Peirce, 35 

Shepard & Archer, '.'. .'.'.'.'.'.S5 

^T o ,,<^a»'d Engraving-. 

N. S.Dearborn, 6 



G. A. & T. Brown, 37 

S. G. Danforth, 33 

Leavitt & Dennis, 33 

Carpetings. 

Archer, Downing& Co.,. ..back, colored. 
Bates & Goldthwait 23 

T^j Carriage Builders. 

Edward O. Loriiig 33 

Stocker & Henfield, [\\s8 

^ ^ C-a^i-rlage Painter. 

k.. G. Burbank, 53 

Carriage Smiths. 

Potter & Peirson, 45 1 

■r^ ^ „ Cement. i 

Wm. P. Goodhue, HT 



Chairs. I 

James Kimball, 44' 

Charts «fe; JVautical "'E^orks. i 

Henry Whipple & Son,, .front, colored. 
Cigars. I 

Battis & Brown, 55 [ 

S. Sedgley, ;:;;24! 

Clothing and Furnishing 
Ooods. 

Abraham Bennett, 46: 

Charles B. Luscomb, '.'...[.Go' 

John JIcKey '.'.'.' i7'' 

Geo. N. Nichols, opp. C. H. Almanac, i 

Perkins & Brown, 52! 

J. W. Read (boys'), .' ' .' 31 

G. W. Sinimoiis, '39 

J. W. Smith & Co., '.'.'.'..'. 9 j 

Coal and "^Vood. I 

Augustus T. Brooks 55 1 

John Dike& Co., 62 

Benj. B. Fuller & Co., 54 1 

L.B.Ha^ch 62 

0. P. Ricker, 54 

CoMn "VTarerooms, 

N. Appleton 69 

H. & H. G. Hubon, 41 ^ 

Joseph Wallis, 40 



250 



SALEM DIRECTORY. 



Confectioners. 

Geo. W. Sibley, 22 

Coopers. 

Battis & Floraiice 38 

Copper gniltbs. 

Andrew S. Waters, 49 

Cordage. 

Joseph Chisholm, 49 

• Corn, (Parching.) 

Geo. "W. Sibley, 22 

Crockery. 

"Wm. F. Homer & Co., 25 

S. C. &E. A. Simonds, 4S 

Curriers' Tables. 

Joshua B. Grant, 3/ 

Curtains and F'sxtures. 

John Mackie 43 

Mansfield & Cassino 4i 

Curtain £S.ollers. 

C. H. Wheeler & Co., 8 

S>aguerreotypists. 

D. A. Clifford 35 

J. W. Moulton, 48 

l>entists. 

W. L. Sowdoin, 64 

Wm. W. Hurd, (J4 

l>r«gs. 

Browne & Price, 34 

George P. Farrington, 37 

JDry Croods. 
Archer, Downing & Co.,. .back, colored. 

K. H. Chamberlain, 48 

J. Mayer, 47 

A. W. Nickerson, 48 

A. E. Price, 47 

E^mbroideries. 

R. H. Chamberlain, 48 

J . Mayer 47 

A. W. Nickerson 48 

Engravers. 
Taylor & Adams (wood), 3 

Fish, (Fresh and Salt.) 

Parsons & Shackelford, 54 

Florists. 
Curtis & Cobb, 8 

Flour and &rain. 

Bowker Brothers, 55 

Augustus T. Brooks, 55 

Doilge & Jones, 57 

E. K. Noyes& Co., 58 

Elizur Steele 59 



Furniture. 

Jas. G. Blake, 27 

Currier & Millett, 42 

Ezekiel Goss, 41 

C. W. May 42 

Joseiih Wallis, 40 

Fur G^oods. 

Humphrey Cook, 69 

Aaron Nourse, 52 

W. M. Shute, 10 

CS^as Fixtures, «fec. 

W. F. W. Small, 46 

S. A. Stetson & Co., 17 

F. A. Wilkins 31 

A. H. Wood (burners), 30 

event's Furnisiiing <^oods. 

F.B.Locke, 6 

Grlass, (Stained.) 

J.M.Cook, 28 

Crroceries. 

Augustus T. Brooks, 55 

Brooks & Noyes, 56 

Chamberlain, Harris & Co., 56 

P. L. W. Girdner (wholesale), 55 

Wm. P. Goodhue 57 

Peniberton Hale, 59 

J. C. Howard 57 

E. K. Noyes & Co., 58 

Jacob N. Shaw, 60 

J. C. Webster, 60 

(Gruus, *&:c. 

J. Hapgood, 13 

Mair l^orli. 

Reraond & Babcock, 42 

Hardware. 

Adams, Richardson & Co., 50 

William Chase, 45 

Henry Hale 51 

Newcomb, Earless & Co., back, colored. 

S. C. & E. A. Simonds,. . . ., 46 

Mats, Caps, «fec. 

Humphrey Cook, 69 

Aaron Nourse, 5'J 

Wra. M. Shute, 10 

. May. 

L. B. Hatch, 62 

O. P.Ricker, 54 

John Dike & Co., 62 

Moslery,01oves, <fcc. 

R. H. Chamberlain, 48 

J. Mayer, 47 

A. W. Nickerson, 48 

Jabez Wilson (mauuf ) , ; 54 

Ink. 

Maynard & Noyes, 7 

Insurance. 

Appleton Mutual Insurance Co., 28 

New England Mutual Life,. 14 

Shepard & Archer, 35 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



251 



Iron ISnlling. 

Sidney Patch 22 

Potter & Peirson, 45 

Iron Safes. 

Adams, Richardson & Co., 50 

Jewelry. 

George B. Appleton, 66 

Samuel T. Crosby, 16 

E. K. Lakeman 66 

Smith & Chamberlain (manuf.) , 66 

Iiamps. 

S. A. Stetson & Co., 17 

liocks, S^nobs, «fce. 

Henry Jones, 24 

I^oolvius Classes. 

Jas. G.Blake, 27 

A. Conant, 60 

William Everett, 72 

Rufus Nichols, 3 

Lumber I>ealers. 

Benj. B. Fuller & Co 54 

Prime, Kenny & Co. (hard), 56 

O. P. Kicker, 54 

Slaclkiiilst. 

O.C.Smith, 49 

Mialiogany and ISlacL^ 
Walnut 

Prime, Kenny & Co., 56 

Jllasons. 

Simeon Flint, 37 

Ira Mansfield, 37 

Russell & White, 37 

Mlattresses. 

James G. Blake, 27 

Currier & Millett, 42 

Ezekiel Goss, 41 

S. Sheppard 40 

Joseph WaUis, 40 

M^ercliant Tailors. 

Charles a. Norris, 47 

J. W. Smith & Co., y 

SSillinery. 

A.E.Price, 47 

Slineral and Soda \*^aters. 
Fairbanks & Beard, 5 

JSIueie I>ealers and 
JPublisliers. 

D. B. Brooks & Brother,. . .front, cover. 
J. R. Miller, 22 

BTevrspapers. 

People's Advocate, 6} 

Salem Gazette, 6-3 

Salem Observer, 6S 

Salem Register, 62 

Oil and Candles. 

Newcomb, Farless & Co.,.. back, colored. 
Seccomb & Denui s, 67 



r'ainters and Olaziers. i 

C. E. Brown, 53 

John G. Felt, 69 

Joseph Manstield, 53 

S.F.Nichols, 53 

Paints, Oil, &lass, <fcc. 

C. E. Brown 53 

S.F.Nichols, 53 

S. C. & E. A. Simonds, 46 

A. Wheeler & Co., 21 

l*aper looses. ! 

Anthony B. Vallee, 44 

S*aper Hangers. ! 

C. E. Brown 53 , 

Joseph Mansfield, 53 

S. F. Nichols, 53 ; 

iPaper Hangings. 

S. H. Gregory & Co 12 

H. P. Ives & A. A. Smith, 61 

S. C. & E. A. Simonds, 46 i 

S*aper and I*aper Stock. I 
Binnev & Eane, back, colored. ' 

D. B. Brooks & Brother front cover. 

Patent A.gency. 

Samuel Cooper, 11 

Francis Gould, 17 

Patent and Enamelled j 
Breather. I 

Oakley Gardner, 38 

Patent WasUing Hffaeliines. I 

C. AV. May, 42 1 

Pianos. ! 

Jacob Chickerir.s 18 

Wm. P. Emersof] 20 

Timothy Gilbert & Co., 19 

Hallett, Davis & Co., opp. preface. 

Geo. Hews, 8 

Plaster. I 

Dodge & Jones, 57 i 

Wm. P. Goodhue, 57 | 

Plumbers*. | 

Lockwood Hi Lumb, 4 ' 

Francis P. Goss, 45 I 

Andrew S. Waters, 49 | 

Printers. 

N. S. Dearborn (card), 61 

Chapman & Paltray, 62 | 

Foote & Horton, 63 i 

T. J. Hutchinson, 67 ; 

William Ives & Co., 68 

B. W. Lander 04 

Produce. | 

E. K. Noves & Co., .58 1 

Elizur Steele, 59 : 

Provisions. | 

C. H. Ne-wcomb, 58' 

Leonard Pierce, 59 

John G. Plander, 54 

Frederic Porter, 6'> 

Chas. H. Sheldon 58 i 



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SALEM DIRECTORY. 



jPiiblie Mouses. 

Essex House, 69 

Mansion House, 70 

JlCeul flstatc ISrokes'S. 

G. K. Hiclibnni, 28 

Shepard Hi Archer, oj 

Ke^torants. 

Hatch & Law leiice 39 

(Salt. 

Bowker Brothers, 55 

^ . Sawing. 

Prune, Kenny & Co., 5G 

Scales a,nd ISalsiuces. 

Adams, Richardson & Co., .60 

P.H. Walker 30 

Seed Stores. 

M. & r. Burr 16 

Curtis & Cobb, S 

Hovey & Co 26 

Sewinpf Maehlnes. 

■Wheeler* Wihon back, colored. 

Shi}> Chandlers. 

Wm. P. Goodhue, 57 

J. C. Howard, 57 

Shirt Maiiufa^etory. 

F. B. Locke 6 

Sjtectacles. 

Geo. B. Apyleton 66 

Stables. 

Samuel Gardner (sale) 53 

Stationery. 

D. B. Brooks & iJrother, front cover. 

H. P. Ives& A. A. Smith, 61 

S. G. Simpkius, back, colored. 

Henry Whipple & Son, ..tront, colored. 
Steuni £lEig^lues. 

O. C. Smith, 49 

Stitching, (Machine.) 

Isaac C. Pray, 52 

Stone I>ea.lers. 

Clark & Blethen 09 

Stoves, ff'urnaces, «fe;c. 
N. & T. 11. Frotliingham, opp. title page. 

Chilson, Goulds Co., front, colored. 

L. Herman, back, colored. 

John T. Ropes & Co., 38 

Upton & Webster, 41 

Xaxideruiist. 
James Mann, 29 



Teacher of JSTavigation. 

William Leavitt, 41 

Teas. 

Brooks & Noyes, 56 

Chatnberlain. Harris & Co. 56 

P. L. W. Gardner ib 

E. K. No\ ts & Co., 5H 

Samuel Whittemore, 55 

Tin f late and Sheet Iron 
^V^orhers. 

Richard I\I. Chipman, 53 

N. & T. H. Frothingham, opp. title page. 

John T. Ropes &. Co 38 

Upton & Webster, 41 

Trees and Shrnhs. 

M. &r. Burr, 16 

Hovey & Co., 26 

Trunks. 

Abraham Bennett, 46 

Perkins & Brown, 52 

Trusses. 

J.W.Phelps, 248 

Upholsterers. 

John Mackie 43 

Mansfield & Cassino 44 

S. Sheppard, 40 

Upholstery Oouds. 

James G. iilake, 27 

John D. Fowle & Co., 31 

John Mack ie, 43 

Mansfield & Cassino 44 

Varnishes. | 

Stimson, Valentine & Co., 2 1 

A. Wheeler & Co., 21 

Venetian :iSliuds. ! 

C. B.Locke, 13 

"Watches. 

Samuel T. Crosby, 16 

George B. Appleton, back cover. 

Jesse Smith, 64 

Smith & Chamberlain '. 66 

Water, (for vessels.) 
Parsons & Shackelford, 54 

W^indow Shades. 
John D. Fowle 31 

Wood Mouldings. 
Benjamin Straw, 61 



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awarded to S., V. & Co., for their, superior Varnish, a 

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attended to. 

The Subscriber having, for seven years past, manufactured 
Varnishesj for Messrs. Bigelow & Price, of Newark, N. J,, 
takes this method to inform those interested in the sale and 
consumption of Varnishes, that he has now engaged and is 
interested with Messrs. Stimson, Valentine & Co., of Boston, 
in their Varnish Establishment, and, with pleasure, would 
solicit for the firm the patronage of his friends and the public. 

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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



THE ORIGINAL 

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BOYS' CLOTPIING ONLY, 

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RUEUS NICHOLS, 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 

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AT ■WHOLESALE AND KETALL. 
Mahogany, Rosewood, Black Walnut, and Gilt Mouldings, 
of all widths. Mahogany, Black Walnut, and Maple Knobs. 
^^ Portrait and Picture Frames made to Order. 
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Between the Maine and Fitchburg Depots. 



BY 

TAYIOR k MAMS, 

29 Joy's Buildiuff, 
Head of State Street, 

BOSTON 

Illustrations for Books. 
Newspapers, Circulars, Bill 
Heads, &c., executed in the 
best manner, and at the lowest prices. 

P. S. — Personal attention given to all Orders sent by Mail, Express, or other- 
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TDirectly opposite the ^ 

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No. 48 SCMOOIL, STKEET, 




Manufacturers & Dealers in Ihe following : 

Brass Cocks, 
Hydrants, 
Sheet Lead, 



"Water Closets, 
Wash Basins, 
Marble Slabs, 
Bathing Tubs, 
Shower Baths* 
Force Pumps, 
Lift Pumps, 
Beer Pumps, 
Fountains, 



Lead Pipe, 
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Silver Plated 

Work, ^-c. 
Leather &o Ind. 

Eubber Hose. 



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Hanson's Hydraulic Ram. 

^* Orders from all parts of the United States promptly at- 
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AND 

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All Orders for Shipping promptly attended to. Hotels supplied on 
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LOCKE'S SHIRT DEPOT, 

177 Wasliingloii Street, near Milk Street, Boston. 

Shirts, Collars and Stocks of every variety, — the largest assortment 
in the United States, at the lowest prices, wholesale and retail. 

Fine Shirts made to order to fit at short notice. Gentlemen's Furnish- 
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Cards Printed from Old Plates, at one hour's notice. 

WSDDiNi SIllliONIBf 

On hand and for sale. A large assortment of Cake Boxes, Envelopes, 

and Note Paper. 

Initials Embossed on Note Paper at short notice. 



MAYNARD & NOYES'S 

The manufacture of this Ink was established in 1816, and the quality 
I has now been tested by the public for forty years. During this time it 
I has been constantly increasing in public favor and patronage, and is now 
I the leading article in the country. Those who may be ignorant of 
jits superiority and reputation, are invited to read the following testi- 
Imonials, and to make trial of it themselves. When the best judges, after 
I using it twenty and mure years, express themselves in one manner con- 
icerning its superior excellence, it is quite evident that no one need be 
; troubled with bad Ink 



Office of Merchants' Ins. Co. 
I Boston, Nov. 18,18-18. 

j Messrs. Maynard & Noyes, 
j I have used your Writin^Ink for the 
, last sixteen years. In lS4i), I gave you a 
certificate of its excellence, and having 
continued its use ever since, to my en- 
tire satisfaction, my opinion is confirmed 
in its superiority. It flows freely from 
[the pen, and is in all respects the best 
; I)ik I have ever used. The other oflfi|Cers 
in the institution agree with me in the 
opinion here expressed. 

GEOKGE HOMEE, Sec. 

Boston, May 2", 1846. 
For twenty years past I have had oc- 
casion to use ink daily, and sometimes 
for the nicest of penmanship ; occasion- 
, ally, necessity or curiosity has led me to 
; make use of the article made by different 
individuals, — hut 1 can cheerfully state 
j that I have never found any that com- 
';binel. so many good qualities as that 
made by Maynard & Koyes. 

X. D. GOULD, 
Teacher of Penmanship. 

Registry Deeds, Boston. Nov. 20, 1847. 
Messrs. Maynard & Noyes, 

I have made use of your Writing Ink 
for the recording of Deeds, &c., the past 

\twenty-five years, and having found it to 
suit my wishes and purposes entirely, 

[take pleasure in renewing my testimo- 

|nial of its superiority. From the ap- 
pearance of the Records in my office, 
I am satisfied it is superior to any I have 
used.aud consider it particularly adapted 
for all purposes, where permanency of 

\ color is requisite or desirable. It flows 
well from the pen, and does not moidd ; 
and my oldest Records pirove its color to 
be unalterably black. 

H. ALLINE, Register of Deeds, 



Boston, Jan. 10, 1848. 
Messrs. Maynard & Noyes, 

Gentlemen,— It is now, I believe, more 
than twenty years since the School 
Committee passed an order for using 
your Black Writing Ink in the City 
Schools. I have used it during that 
period, and deem it a first rate article, 
and cheerfully recommend it to others. 
It fioics freely from the pen, and in- 
creases in blackness after being com- 
mitted to paper, and the color is durable. 
I know of no Ink equal to yours, and 
I have tried many kinds, both Enghsh 
and American. 

P. MACKINTOSH, Je. 
Principal ot the Writing Dep. 
Hancock School. 

Boston, Oct. 15, 1849. 
Messrs. Maynard & Noyes, 

Gentlemen,— Your note of the 10th 
inst, asking us to state the length of 
time we had used your Writing Ink, 
and our opinion of its quality, was duly 
received. We have made use of it gene- 
rally for the last twenty years, and have 
found it always of satisfactory quality, 
being free from those objectionable 
points so troublesome and common in 
writing liquids generally. Wishing for 
it a stiJl more extended sale, we are, gen- 
tlemen, Your obdt. servts., 

J. M. BEEBE & CO. 



Boston Poft Office, Dec, 4, 1S51. 
Messrs. Maynard & Noyes,— Gentlemen.— In 
1843 I certified to the superior quality of your 
Writing Ink. I have continued to use it ever 
since that time, and take pleasure in eipressing, 
as I then did, my entire satisfaction with it. It 
haj now been used in this office more than twenty 
yeara. Other inks have during that time been 
'ested, but yours has been in every instance pre-[ 
ferred. /or fluidity, llacknest and pervia- 
nency, none has been found equnl to it- 

GEO. W. GORDON, P. M. 

COPYING INK. 

This Ink gives a copy as distinct and perfect as the original, and com- 
bines all the properties of our Writing Ink. This quality particularly 
adapts it to Counting House use, as it answers all the purposes for 
which a Writing Liquid is wanted. Also, Blue, Red and Carmine 
Inks. Those Inks for beauty and brilliancy of color are unequalled. 

For sale by the Manufacturers, No. 11 Merchants Row, Boston, and by 
j Stationers and Booksellers generally in the City and States. 



BOSTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 




Hews's Patent American Action 

Prom the illustrious Pianist, L. M. GOTTSCHALK, to 

Mr. Hews's Agent at New York. 

Mr. N. p. B. Curtiss — Bear Sir: Ilavirg had the pleasure of per 
forming upon George Hews's Patent American Action Piaiio, at the 
World's Fair in New York, 1853, and other of his Pianos at jour Ware^ 
rooms, which afforded me much gratification, I cheerfully recommend 
them to the public. I am very glad of the improvt^ment in the action. 
These instruments, likewise, are of excellent tone, owing, no doubt, to 
the perfection of the scales. Very respectfully, 

L. M. GOTTSCHALK. 
Manufactory, No. S79 ■WaBh.ington Street, Boston. 



CURTIS & COBB, 

SEEDSMEN & FLORISTS, 

348 "iFasMngton St., cor. Hayward Place, 

Sign of the Goldeu Plougli, . ©©SlfiSlElo 

p. S.— Floral Decorations for Parties, Weddings, Funerals, &c., &c., 
attended to at short notice. 



C. H. WHEELER & CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OP 

WnEELER'S mUE ROLLERS, 

No. 126 Fulton Street, 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



J. W. SMITH & 00. 

MEECHMT TAILORS, 

AXD WHOLESALE (kST> RETAIL DEALERS IN 



DOCK SaUARE, comer of ELM STEEET, 

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This establishment is one of the best and most reliable in Boston, 
having always on hand a large stock of 

CLOTHS, 

BEAVERS, 

PILOTS, 

DOESKINS, 

AND VE STINGS, 

which are made to order in the best manner and at short notice. Also, 

BIIQf-iill ilOTillii 

got up in good style, of good material, and well put together. 
ALWAYS ADHERING- TO THE 



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WHOLESALE AISTD RETAIL. 




The Subscriber respectfully invites the attention of the public to his 

large and valuable assortment of the richest, as well as the more 

common qualities of Hats and Caps* Also, 



Made up in every desirable form. 

SETS FROM $10,00 TO $500.00 EACH. 

OLD FURS altered and repaired by experienced workmen. 
The " SWISS " and all other styles of 

BLOOMER HATS. 

CHILDREN'S HATS AND CAPS, for all Seasons of the year. 

Should any article not prove equal to its recommendation, satisfaction will be 
promptly made. 

W. M. SHUTE, 

Stores & Chambers, 173 & 175 Washington St , Boston, 



ADVERTISIXG DEPARTMENT. 11 



UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN 

Oflaee, 39 State, corner of Congress St., 
B O S T O XT - 



The undersigned, late Principal Examiner in the United 
States Patent Office at Washington City, has resigned his 
office for the purpose of establishing an Agency in Boston 
for procuring Patents in this, and foreign countries. 

His long official connection with the Patent Office has 
rendered him familiar with its rules and practice, and with 
the history of invention in this and other countries ; and 
this experience, with the frequent visits which he proposes 
making to the Patent Office, justifies him in saying that 
his Agency will offer to inventors all the advantages of one 
located in Washington, and, in addition, those which re- 
sult from a residence in the midst of mechanical and man- 
ufactxiring industry. 

SAMUEL COOPER. 



From the Eon. CHAELES MASON, Commissioner of Patents. 

U. S. Patent Office, Feb. 28, 1855. 
I take great pleasure in stating that during the time I 
have been acting as Commissioner of Patents, ►':amuel 
Cooper, Esq., of Boston, has been engaged as solicitor, and! 
has been in that capacity in constant correspondence and | 
intercourse with the office ; he has evinced a thorough 
acquaintance with Patent Law, and with the rules and 
practice of the Office, a close attention to the interests of 
his clients, and a marked candor and courtesy that have 
rendered the transaction of business with him a pleasure. 
I have no hesitation in stating that I regard him as one of 
the very best agents for the transaction of business with 
this Office with whom I am acquainted. 

CHAPLES MASON, Commissioner. 



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Parlors, Bay YTindows, Trench 

and Oriel ^Vindows, Halls, 

Conservatories, &c., 



CHARLES B. LOCKE, 
No. 47 Comhill, 

BOSTON. 



C:7= Old Blinds Repaired and 
Trimmed. 

CASH ON DELIVEBT. 




GUN STORE, 

IVo. 30 Wasliinoton Street, 

BOSTON. 
PRIZE MEDAL GOODS. 

J. IIapgood has the pleasure to inform his friends and the public, that 
the Boston Mechanics' Association have awarded a Medal for Guns, 
Rifles, &c., manufactured and exhibited by him, at the late Fair in Boston, 
and he now offers a complete assortment of Telescope and Sporting Rifles, 
Warner's Improved Ritie Rept'ater, the new Volcanic Carbine and Pistol, 
adapted to Saloon and Game shooting, and will discharge in any weather 

24: SHOXS IX OIVE MIXUXE. 
These Repeaters will be admitted, by any man of experience in the use of the Rifle, 
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of elegant proportions and finish, Allen's, Colt's, Warner's and Maynard's Revol- 
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Sportsman. 



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OFFICE, 
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Since commencing, February 1, 1844, to Dec, 1856, has made out 6,300 
policies. 

The amounts from $200 to $15,000 each. Largest amount taken on 
one risk, $15,000. Insures lives only. 

Fund accumulated, owing to the favorable turn of the risks thus far, 
over $960,000, invested for the proportionable benefit of those who shall 
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Dec, 1843. Premium may be paid quarterly, or semi-annually, whea 
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the notes (good or bad) of other members. 

Forms of application, and pamphlets of the Company and its reports, 
to be had of its agents, or at the ofilce of the Company, or forwarded by 
mail, if written for, post paid. 



DIRECTORS: 

Willard Phillips, I M. P. Wilder, I Sewell Tappan, 

Charles P. Curtis, Thomas A. Dexter, Charles Hubbard, 

W. B, Reynolds, | G. H. Folger, | A. W. Thaxter, Jr. 

WILLARD PHILLIPS, Pres't. BENJ. F. STEVENS, Sec'y. 
JOHN HOMANS, Consulting Physician. 
Boston, Dec. 1, 1856. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 15 

I~iOOR FOB BOTH SEXES. 

THE P1IYSIOI.OOY OF MARRIAGE. 

BY A MARRIED MAX AND DISTINGUISHED PHYSICIAN. 
It is one of the most remarkable books which has been published in 
any country. In language simple, decorous and respectable, and in 
terms of fatherly kindness, it reveals to the young of both sexes, a fund 
of information, chiefly inaccessible ia any re'liable form, and for want of 
which, many have been prompted to resort to sources either of question- 
able authority or immoral tendency. The work is written by oLe of our 
[Oldest and most experienced medical men, who has devoted a long life to 
the study of Physiology. The work was examined in manuscript by 
jcompefent judges, and pronounced to be as unexceptionable as any work 
I which has appeared in the English language. It breathe', moreover, a 
j truly Christian spirit. The following, briefly, are its contents : 
j Chap. 1. The True rvelation of the Chap. 7. Physical Laws of Marriage. 
I Sexes. Chap. 8. A Fundamental Error." 

Chap. 2. Premature Marriage and Chap. 9. The Laws of Presjnancy. 
its Consequences. , Chap. 10. Crime without a name. 

Chap. 3. Errors of Education. Chap. 11. The Laws of Lactation. 

Chap. 4. Errors of Courtship. Chap. 12. A Crime that ought not 

Chap. 5. Individual Transgression to be -named. 

audits Pecalties. Chap. 13. Directions to Parents 

Chap. 6. Social Errors and their and Guardians. 
Punishment. ; Chap. 14. General Directions. 

This Book is destined to produce a Physiological Revolution in this 
country. It will have an immense sale, because it concerns us all, both 
male and female. 

j The Editor of the Evening Traveller, Boston, uses the following strong 
[language in noticing it : — 

I "The Physiology of Mapeiage.— By an old Physician, 16mo, 259 
pages. JohQ P. Jewett & Co. A book that should be read by every 
man and woman in the land — married or unmarried. It treats of topics 
of vital interest, but of which not one in a thousand know anything; 
who, in consequence of their thoughtless ignorance, more than wilful 
sinfulness, violate the laws of health, and even life ; bring upon them- 
selves suffering and wo, and upon their offspring enfeebled constitutions, 
disease and early death. These topics are of a delicate and difiicult char- 
acter, and for this reason good men who were capable of treating them, 
have avoided them. But every reader of ' The Physiology of Marriage,' 
unless utterly perverted in his tastes and imagination, will admit, on 
reading these pages, that the ' old physician ' ha-t dealt with these impor- 
tant topics as an aged father would be likely to do when addressing a 
beloved child IJis instructions and counsels are so plain that none need 
mistake them, while there is nothing in them to minister to a perverted 
and prurient taste." Price, 75 cents. 

JOHN P. JEWETT & CO., 

PUBLISHERS, 
ITo. 117 WasMngton Street, Boston. 



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SAM'L T. CKOSBY, 

IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 

RICH WATCHES. JEWELRY, 

AND 

NO. 69 WASHINGTON STREET, 

THREE DOORS SOUTH OF COURT STREET, 

BOSTON. 

MANUFACTURER OF SILVER "WARE. 




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SEED MERCHANTS, 

IMPORTERS OF FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, 

And Dealers in all kinds of FERTILIZERS, 
23 BROAD STREET BOSTON. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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GAS FIXTURES AND LAMPS. 

S. A. STETSON k CO., 

Jfo. 350 WasMngton Street, IlajTard Block, 
wi^ltuSjrJ Boston. 

PENDANTS, 
BKACKETS, 

CANDELABRAS, SlC, 

GAS CONDUCTING PIPE put into Buildings in the most thorough and 
substantial manner. 




NEW ENGLAND 

PATENT AGENCY. 

FRANCIS OOUI.I>, 

Corner of State and Devonshire Streets, 

B O S T O IDsT _ 

(Over 21 State St.,— Entrance, 1 Devonshire St.) 
The undersigned, having had eight years' practical experience in the 
construction of Patent Documents, has established an office for soliciting 
Patents m the United States and Foreign Countries, and/or t/ie Purchase 
and Sale of Patent Rights on all kinds of Inventions. 

Specifications, Caveats, Assignments, and all papers relating to Patents 
prepared m a faithful manner, (and with dispatch,) on as low terms as at 
any other Agency. Copies of Patent Claims, Assignments, Drawires or 
any other records of the Patent Office, can be obtained through the sub- 
scriber. Assignments recorded at the Patent Office. Drawings of all 
kinds prepared or copied. Letters promptly attended to. 

N. B. No charge will be made for applications for patents through the 
subscriber, unless they are successful. 

FRANCIS GOULD. 



ADVERTISIXG DEPARTMENT. 19 



T. aiLBERT & CO., 

GRAND, PARLOR GRAND AND SaUARS 

p X -^ iBO" o le^ o :o. "t" ej 

MAI^UFACTUEE RS, 

No. 484 Washington Street, Boston ; 

I NEW YORK WAREROOMS, 

4:19 and 431 BROADWAY, corner of Canal Street. 



The present senior partner, being the oVlest Pianoforte .Vanufactwer in Boston 
Thi8 firm has, within the last year, introduced some very important and rnaterial 
I I3VEI=RO-VE:3Vi:E3SrTS_ i 

p;f.°J^*t!f® ?rh of new scales has been made, includin? a new scale for a Grand 
Pianoforte. The ftrst Piano made from it. received the award of a Silver Medal 
at the las Eshibiion ot the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Assoc atiomCy 
the peculiar construction of said new scales, they have greatly improved theiV 

|lrerha^e\Tsi°;&trdT^""*^= ^'^ ^^'"^^"°^' '^'^^^^^ ^^ ^^'^ °' t-'l 

I Which is simple in its construction, very sensitive to the most delicate touch one- 
rates^ without a spring, (an advantage possessed by no other action,) and therefore 
requires little if any regulati g, by the changes of weather or climate ; combinei 
all the most desirable qualities sought for, during the last twentv years^ For 
which a medal was awarded at the last Fair of the Massachusetts Charitable 

1 Mechanic Association. These instruments are all prepared for Coleman's patent 

In which there is combined with the Fianoforte, a Wind Instrument, the same 
key-board controlling both m such a manner, that either can be used separate or 
both together, thus turmshing an instrument for Orsan. or Piano music or that 
may be combined at the pleasure of the performer, in"orchestral elfects. 

IPlOIsT r'K^A.IvIES- .1 

From a knowledge of the fact, that Pianofortes made without metallic frames Cas 
was the case in some of the first to which the .-Eolian was applied ) were constant- 
ly subiect to variations in pitch by chanees of temperature, many persons have 
honestly supposed it impracticable, and inexpedient, to combine a Wind with a 
Stringed Instrument. But having the strings connected with the enti're iron 
frame at both ends, (as all are now made by this firm,) entirely obviates this 
ditticulty. liie strings and frame expanding and contracting tncether which 
preserves a uniform pitch in the Piano, so that no additional tunincr is r'eouired 
over the ordinary Pianoforte, to keep the Piano in tune with the Reeds. 'i""'^"^ 

lva:EIDA.lL,S uA^HNTID ID I IPIL. O IVE A. S 
P^T/I^?,^*®'^^^^^!!'' awarded to these manufactures, in Boston, New York 
Philadelphia, and otiier places, but have never, in any advertisement, handbill c^ 
circular, been alluded to in a single instance, by them, having always relied unon 
thWy y'ews!' instruments, which have"^ now been before the pubUcab^out 

INs^EIDuA^XjS (18S6) A.'Vv^.A^RIDBID. I 

At the last exhibition of the Massachusetts Charitable ^Tpnll•,r,;c Association i 

thev were awards S1I.VK Rand BKOXZE »1E»A¥.S. for G-raud 

and Square Pianofortes. Also at New York and Baltimore. *''^^"" 

e^ All ordHTs hy mail, or otherwL^e, as faithfully executed as iftht parties were 

personally present, and willhe warranted to give satisfaction. P^^rues uere 



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BOSTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WILII4M.PEMEES0II 



%^^^n. 




WILLIAM "P. EMERSON, 
MANUFACTURER, 

NO. 395 WASHINGTON STREET, 

BOSTOISr. 

SILVER MEDALS 

Awarded at the late Exhibition of the Mechanics' Fair, held in 
Boston. Also, from the Maryland Institute, Baltimore, Md., 
A. D., 18-56. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 21 



A. WHEELER & CO., 

73 Union Street, Boston, 

Manufacture and have constantly for sale all Colors and Mate- 
rials required for Painting, in its various departments, among 
which are the following articles : 

THE GENUINE 

FLORENCE WHITE PAINT, 

A perfect, unchangeable gloss white, for interior painting. 

French Snow White Zinc, English and 
American dry and ground White Leads. 

VARNISHES. 

English Coach Body, Imperial Coach, English Black 
Enamel, American Coach, White Carriage, Gilders' Copal, 
Cottage Furniture, Polishing, Flowing for Graining, Florence, 
Transfer, Damar, White Lac, Amber, Shellac, Asphaltum, 
Printers', Japanners', Lealher,Papier Mache, Grecian, Oriental, 
Spirits of Wine, Map, Pure Mastic, Minot's Japan Gold Size, 
Japan drying Varnish. 

GOLD AND SILVER LEAF. 

WHITE AND YELLOW DUTCH METAL. 

B I^ O nsr Z E I^ O '^AT' ID E I^ s 

of all colors. 

Gold Paint, Silver and Colored Foil, Pearl Shell, 

Artists' Colors in tubes. Water Colors, 

Prepared Canvas, &c., &c. 



22 BOSTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



J . K . M I L L E K , 

PUBLISHER OF 



For Choirs, Congregations, Sabbath Schools, Singing Schools, 
Seminaries and Select Classes, Grammar, Primary and District 
Schools. Also, 

Sheet Music and Instruction Books, &c., &c. 

And Dealer in 

PIANO PORTES, MELODEONS, PIPE & REED ORGANS, 

And Musical Merchandise of every description. Also, 

Stationery, Parasols, Ilmbrellas, Canes, &c., &c. 

PIABTO FOKTES AlfD MELODEONS TO LET. 

361 Wasliing^ton Street, Boston. 



GEO. W. SIHLET, 



DEALER IN 



And Manufacturer of 

Parched Com, Corn Balls and Sugared Corn, 

In every variety. 

No. 20 Faneuil Hall Square, . . . Boston. 



SIDNEY PATCH'S 

IRON RAILING MANUFACTORY, 

No. §4 Merrimae Street, 

Ifear the National Tlicatre, gi© STO Nl « 

Plain and Ornamental IRON RAILING famished for Commons, 
Squares, Cemeteries, Gardens and Buildings, from as large an assortment 
of PATTKRNS as will be found in the New England States. Also all 
kinds of BRACKETS. 

BUSH HAMMERS on hand and made to order. All kinds of Black 
and White Smith work promptly attended to. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 23 



CARPETING. 



The Largest Stock and best Assartment 

OP 
BOTH OF 

foreign \^' American |jlaiuifartiire; 

Ever ofiFered in Boston, can be found at 

BATES & GOLDTHWAIT'S 

No. 45 Washington Street. 

They import their Goods direct from the Factories in Europe, 
I and purchasers can here buy Goods from first hands at a small 
advance on cost of importation. 

The Trade supplied on the most Liberal Terms. 

Purchasers who consult their interest will not buy their 
Carpets until they have looked through this Stock. 

BATES & GOLDTHWAIT, 

45 Wasliino'toii Street, 

B3t ween Court St. & Cornhill, Boston. 



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BOSTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



(Formerly Jones & Parwell.) 
MANUFACTURER AND DEALEE IN 

LOOKS, KNOBS, 

AND 

SHIP AND CAE 




OP EVERT DESCRIPTION. 



Dealers, Carpenters and Builders, supplied at the lowest rates, either at 
Wholesale or Retail. 

26 Excliange Street, and 26 Wilson Lane, 
B o s T o nsr - 



SAMUEL SEDGLEY, 



^^^ Imported and Domestic 

CIGARS, 

CHEWING TOBACCO, 

LEAP TOBACCO 
AND 

No. 15 Broad Street, 

BOSTON. 

CABANAS, CABARGA, CONCHA, and all descriptions of FANCY 
CIGARS. 

LEAF TOBACCO, Foreign and Domestic. CHEWING TOBACCO, 

SNUFFS, and all Articles in the Cigar and Tobacco Businefs. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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WHOLESALE 




AND RETAIL. 



WILLIAM P. HOMER & CO. 

Import direct from the Manufactories, goods particularly adapted to 
Family use. Also, extra heavy soods for Hotels and Ships. Also, 

DECORATED CHINA TEA SERVICES, 

PORCELAIN AND TERRA COTTA FANCY ARTICLED, 

Silver Plated Ware, Ivory Table Cutlery, Britannia 
andJapanned .Wares. Also, 

YELLOW, IRON, STONE, & ELINT ENAMELLED WARE, 

From their Works at East Boston. 

PLUMBERS' ^^^^^ PLUMBERS' 



BASINS 



AND 



SIMS. 



WM. r. HOMER, 
LEM'L E. CASWELL 




CLOSETS 



AND 



HOPPERS. 



Goods deliyered free 
of Expense. 



15 siua ir Unioo Street, Boston. 



26 BOSTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



SEEDS! TREES! PLANTS! 



The Subscribers keep constantly for sale, an extensive assortment of 

AGRICULTUSAL, GAKBEM & FLOWER SEEDS, 

Selected witli great care, and of the most reliable qualities. Also, 

from their own Nurseries, at Cambridge, 

A LARGE STOCK OF FRUIT TREES! 

Embracing all the best sorts of Pears, Apples, l^lums, Peaches, Cherrie^, 

and other Fruits, Grape Vines, Strawberries, Currants, 

Kaspberries, Gooseberries, &c. The finest 
ORNAMENTAL AND SHADE TREES, 
Evergreen Trees ; Hedge Plants ; Flowering Shrubs ; Roses ; and Climb- 
ing Plants, — also a very large collection of 
Green-Hoiise Plants, of Every Description. 
Purchasers will find at this Establishment every desirable variety of 
Seeds, Trees and Plants necessary for the Farm or Garden ; Catalogues 
of which will be furnished gratis, on application, post paid. 

The best Peruvian Guano, Super-Phosphate of Lime, Bone Dust and 
other fertilizers, constantly for sale, at low prices. 

HOVEY & CO., 

STo. t JMLerchants Kow, Boston. 

SETH W. FULLER, 

25 DEVONSHIRE STREET, 

B O S T o 3sr •- 

And all kinds of 
DEIOXJSE BE3L.IL.S, 

Put up in the best manner. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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JAMES G. BLAKE, 

Manufacturer of and Dealer in every description of 

FURNITURE, 




IMPORTER OF 

UPHOLSTERY, PLUSHES, DAMASKS, 

HAIR SEATING, &C. 

isros- IS TO S4 co:R2sr-E3:ii.L. 

BOSTON . 



28 BOSTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



G. K. HIGHBORN, 

At CTIONEER AND REAL ESTATE BROKER, 

Office, No. 1 Scollay's Building, Entrance, Tremont Row, 
B o s T O KT - 

G. R. HIGHBORN will give his undivided attention to Sales at Auction 
of Beal Estate, Stocks of Goods in Stores, Furniture at Residences, in or 
out of the city, also to Real Estate at Private Sale. 

Refers to Hon. E. G. LoRiNG, Dr. J. V. C. Smith, Hon. MoSES G. Cobb, 
Isaac Thatcher, Esq , Dr. J. C. Hayden. 



STAINED AND CUT GLASS. 

J . ]vr . COOK, 

MANUFACTURER, 
Wo. 125 Cong^ress Street, Boston, Mass. 

Side Lights, Ship "Windows, Shades, Entry Jjanterns, Door Plates, Coach and 
Lantern Lights, Ground, Enamelled, Flock and Stained Glass, wholesale and re- 
tail. Church and other Ornamental Windows to order. Lead and Metal Sashes 
made to order, at the lowest prices. Window Glass of all kinds. 



Appletoii Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 

BOSTOisr, ]v>j:u^ss_ 

A.ccamulated and Ouaranty Capital, ^150,133.36. 

"WILLIAM P"ULSIPER, President and Treasurer. 

Directors.— William Pulsifer, Silas Sanborn, Stephen Miller, Wm. W. Bul- 
lock, G. G. Belcher, Eben'r Pulsifer, John Stimpson. 

EBEN'E. PULSIFER, Secretary, 
This Company insures Farmers' and other Dwellings, Stocks of Goods, Man- 
ufacturers' and Mechanics' Property. Application may be made through our 
Agent or by mail to the Secretary. 

Office, 8 Scollay's Bailding, Tremont Kovr. 



S. S. TS^OODCOCK, 



"WEBSTER BANK BITILDING. 

13 £xchang:e Street, .... Boston. 

Particular attention given to Designing and Superintending the construction of 
Cast Iron Store Fronts. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



29 



JAMES MANN, 



PBESEEVER OF 



BIRDS AND ANIMALS, 



AND DEALER IN 



AMERICAN AND POREIGIir 

SINGING BIRDS, 

WIR£ AND TIN CAGES, 

NILES BLOCK, 

NO. 6 CITY HALL AVENUE, 



Birds, Quadrupeds, and all other subjects of Natural 
History, Preserved, Prepared, and Mounted, like life. 
Pigeons, Fowls, Singing Birds, Cages, Nets, Bathing 
Dishes, and Bird Seeds, constantly for sale. Highest 
prices paid for Foreign Birds. 



30 



BOSTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 




A. H. WOOD'S PATENT OAS BURNER. 

Patented Nov. Qih, 1852. Claim grajited by the 
Potent Office of the United States as follows, to 
wit; 

What 1 claim as my invention, and desire to 
have secured to me by Letters Patent, is the use 
in a Gas Burner of a distributer constructed sub • 
stantially as above described, for tlie purpose of 
producing a steady jet, or flame, and for prevent- 
ing the blowing and waste of Gas in the Burner. 
A portion of the public may consider it a haz- 
ardous attempt to call their attention to im.prove- 
ments in the use of Gas for luminous purposes at the present time, when so strong 
a prejudice exists, occasioned by speculation ; but knowing that much imperfec- 
tion does exist in its use, and being confident that my improvements ana sugges- 
tions have been sustained, and satisfactory for yearsi, I would respectfully solicit 
an examination of my burners, &c., where they ar^in use, and at my Office, 86 
j Court Street, Boston. 

T. Metcalf & Co., Apothecaries, 39 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. H. K. Oliver, 
' Agent of the Atlantic Cotton Mills, Lawrence, Mass. J. G- Blake, Furniture and 
[ Upholstery Warehouse, 12 to 24 Cornhill, Boston, Mass. B. Heineman, Importer 
I and Dealer in Jewelry, 231 Washington st., Boston. Valley Falls Company, Val- 
I Ipy Falls, R. I. John B. Baker & Co., Saddlery, 12 Court st, Boston, Muss. P. 
i W. Lippitt, Superintendent of the Clintcn Mills, Woonsocket, E. 1. Isaac Hsy- 
[den. Agent of the Lawrence Duck Company, Lawrence, Mass. M. P. Elliot. 
I Dealer in Hats, Caps and Furs, 77 Court st., Boston, Mass. John Balch, Agent of 
ithe Bartlet Steam Mills, Newburyport, Mass. Sacket, Davis & Potter, Manufac- 
turers of Jewelry, Providence, R. I. Marshall & Merrill, Branch Billiard Hall, 75 
! Court St., Boston, Mass. N. G. Wood, Jeweller, 9 & 11 hlanover st., Boston, Mass. 
Oliver H. Brooks, Eating House, 60 Tremont and 60 Court sts., Boston, Mass. J. 
D. G. Burdett, Hatter,147 Washington st., opposite the Old South Church, Boston, 
Mass. Herman & Co., No. 166 Washington st., Boston, Mass. 

1 would state to the consumers of Gas that the greatest safety against the foul 
dealings which now exist in its use, is for each one to examine and become better 
acquainted with its nature, use, &c. 

In so doing, it will be perceived that to obtain a good and satisfactory light from 
2J to 3 feet of Gas per hour, as indicated by a metre, will require an acute appli- 
cation. 

Monday, of each week, will be more especially devoted to experimenting with 
burners, and giving such information, as may lead to the preservation of health, 
and the greatest economy and satisfaction in the use of it. 

As space will not admit, suffice it to say please notice Circular of July, 1856. 
Title, " Hints to Gas Consumers." To be obtained at my Office, 86 Court st., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

In that Circular appears the testimony of a few responsible persons who have 
tested carefully, the utility of m\ improvements, and reported the hourly con- 
sumption of Gas per burner, to be less than three feet, and producing a good and 
s atisfactory light. 

MAWUFACTUKEK OF 

Balance, Platform & Counter Scales, 

And dealer in all kinds of Weighing Apparatus, Copper, Sheet 
Iron and Tin Ware, Plated and Cast Steel Knives, Butchers' and 
Store Tools, at reduced prices. 

aro. » Faneuil Hall Square, (up stairs,) 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 31 



GAS FIXTUBES AND FITTINO. 






.^..t"»'' 



(3 



FRED. A. WILKINS, 

Late Casluer Boston Gas Iiight Co. 

AND DEALER IN 

Of every description, 

GAS CONDUCTING PIPE put into Buildings by experienced workmen, 
and Warranted. 

]\o. 17 West street, Boston. 



JOHN D. FOWLE & CO., 

28S WASHII¥GTOT¥ STREET, 



B O S T O IsT , 

DEALERS IN 



llPl§|,S1Plif §§#1 



9 

MAKTJFACrURXRS OF 

WINDOW SHADES 

AND 

WHOLESALE ANO RETAIL.. 




■ This is the suit that his father hought, — 
A fine new Test, and pants, and coat, 
Shirt, dickey, and stock, with cap and socks ; 

***** 

At the famous Oak Hall, in North Street." 



UNKIVALLEi:> EMPORIUM 

— FOR — 

GENTIEIEFS, YOUTRS', AND llfflE CMLDKEN' S 

READY-MADE CLOTHING, 

Furnisliiog^ Oooils, Hats, Caps, &c. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 



An extensive and desirable assortment of Rlcli Cloths, Doe- 
skins, Cassimeres, Vesfings, &c., always to be found in the 
Custom Department, with unusual facilities for prompt and faith- 
ful execution of all orders for Genteel Clotliiug. 

Military and Naval Officers' Dresses — Military and 
Firemen's Uniforms, furnished at the shortest notice, and all 
garments warranted to gi^e perfect satisfaction. 

GEO. W. SIMMONS, PIPER & CO. 
OAK HALL, 33 and 34 North Street, Boston. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



OF THE 



MERMTS Al MAIFICTMERS 



OF THE 



CITY OF SALEM. 



S— 3 



34 



SALEM DIRECTORY. 




BROWNE & PRICE, 

NO. 223 ESSEX STKEST, SALEM, MASS., 

Wholesale a^nd Retail Dealers in 

DRUGS, IIDICHES, CDEMICAIS AND FANCY ARTICLES, 

AND 

MANUFACTURERS OF PERFUMERY. 

The personal attention of one of the Partners given at all times to the prepara- 
tion of PrescriptioTis, and to the dispensing of Family Medicines. 

All articles sold by them are warranted as to genuineness and purity, and all 
articles lor family use will be delivered neatly and conspicuously labelled. 

B. & P. manufacture and put up a great variety of Essences, Syrups, Seidlitz 
Powders, «ic. «rc., for shipping. They are Agents for the Harvard Shakers for the 



sale of their Herbs, Extracts, and other articles. 

BS- EUROPEAN LEECHES constantly on hand. Also, 
SHOULDER BRACES and ABDOMINAL SUPPORTERS. 



TRUSSES, 



B F. BROWNE. 



C= II. PRICE. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 35 



Auctioneers & Commission Merchants, 

AND 

STOCK. REAL ESTATE, AND INSURANCE BROKERS, 

Nos. 34 Front, and 18 Washington Streets. 

ISRAEL D. SHEPARD, WM. ARCHER, JR. 



D. A. CLIFFORD, 

AETIST IN PATENT 

AMeBOTYPE AND PHOTOSBAFHiD 
PICTURES, 

(ALSO, DAGUERIIEOTYPES,) 
241ESI§£X STREET, SAEEM. 



The Ambrottpe is taken on fine Plate Glass, and permanently secured 
between two plates of glass, is bold, clear and distinct, not reversed like 
the daguerreotype, and will not change in any climate. 

ADULTS TAKEN IN CLOUDY AS WELL AS IN FAIR WEATHER. 

CAUTION.— The public are cautioned in purchasing pictures made on 
glass, as Ambrotypes, that do not bear the Patent Stamp. 

O::^- Pictures taken on a single glass and covered with black paint, aee 
NOT Ambrotypes. 
PoRTEAiTs, Daguerreotypes, &c., copied in Ambrotype at short notice. 



NATHAN PEIRCE, 

mom. §m) mm mmm^ 

NO. 163 ESSEX STREET, 

East India Marine Society's ) (^'i A TT ,1?^ liTf 

Buildiag, j tkj.oX^U^JJ ^IJJiQ 



SALEM DIRECTORY. 




THERON PALMER, 

DEALER IN 

BOOTS, SHOES 

AND 

KUBBERS, 
No, 216 Essex Street, 




REPAIRED HERE, 
PKOMPT, 

NEAT, 

AND ON 

REASONABLE 

TERMS. 

J. H. CARTY, 

UNION BRIDGE, 

SOUTH SALEM. 



JOHN BROOKS, 

CARPENTER, 

BUILDER, 

AND 

SHIP JOINER, 

DERBY WHARF. 



S. G. DANFORTH, 

AND 

BUILDER, 
No. 33 Endicott St., 

SALEM. 

[]:l7=-0rclers promptly executed. ,=^; 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



37 




GEO. P. PARRINGTOJN", 

Removed from 350 to 

310 Essex Street, cor. of North, 

Where may be found a large assortment of 

PURE DRUGS & FAMILY MEDICINES, 

Perfiimerj and Toilet Articles of every variety, kt, &c. 

Particular attention paid to the compounding of 

Physicians' prescriptions, and the dispensing of family 

A full assortment of Drugs and Medicines, including all the 

Medicines dispensed at all hours. 



medicines 

latest preparations, constantly on hand 



G. A. & T. BROWN, | JOSHUA B. GRANT, 

GABPENTEBS. ^Manufacturer of 

Curriers' TaMes 



AND 

No. 158 Derby Street, 

Orders promptly executed. 



AND 

TOOLS, 
51 Bostou Street, 



IRA MANSFIELD, 



Mason work in all its branches done in a thorough and work- 
manlike manner. 

Shop, Congress St., --Residence, 3 Lagrange Street, 



SIMEON FLIKT, 

No. 223 Derby Street. 



Mason work of every description, 
done In a thorough and workmanlike 
manner. Hot-Air Furnaces, Cooking 
Ranges, &c. furnished at manufacturers' 
prices, and set to order in the best man- 
ner. 



RUSSELL & WHITE, 



St. Peter Court, 

Keep constantly on hand, Lime, Ce- 
ment, Brick and Stone of the best 
qualities. Also, Hot-Air Furnaces of 
the various sizes, together with the ne- 
cessary fixtures, furnished at Manufac- 
turers' prices. Particular attention paid 
to setting Furnaces. 



38 



SALEM DIRECTORY. 



LEAVITT & DEKKIS, 

No. 10 liafayette Street. 

All kinds of jobbing executed with 
despatch. 

W. LEAVITT, D. DENNIS. 



JOHN T. ROPES & CO. 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

STOVES, STOVE PIPE, 
TIN WARE, &c. 

Nos. 17 & 19 Front Street, 

JOHN T. ROPES, WM. ROPES. 



OAKLEY GARDNER, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

PATENT & ENAMELLED LEATHEB, 

Japonica St., near 67 Mason St., 

Orders received for ENAMELLING, and promptly attended to. 



BATTIS & FLORANCE, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



KECS AND CASKS, 

Nos. 147 and 149 Derby Street, 

FOOT OF CHARTEE STREET. 

(XIP' All orders answered with despatch. 



EDW. D. LOSING, 

(D(DA(DE A^m (DIEIA2Sli 
MANUFACTURER, 

WEST PLACE, 
Bear of the Mansion House. 

Repairing done in the best manner, 
at short notice. 



STOCKER &/ HENFIELD, 

Coacli and Ckise Manufacturers 

AND 

-WHEEIiTITRIGHTS 

K"o. 25 Endicott St. 

Repairing d one in the best manner, 
at short notice. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



39 



G. V. SIBI.EY, 

Manufacturer of 

LADIES' GAITER BOOTS, 



Comer of Central & Charter 
Streets. 



SIBLEY & CO. 

Manufacturers of 

AND 

SALT BAGS, 

Hfo. 17 Central St., Salens 




T. O. CONNELL, 

DEALER IN 

No. 5 Central Street, 

work warranted. 



EDWARD H. SANGER, 



fW 



MMM. 

41C Essex Street, 



a; 



part of the country. — — 

HATCH & LAWRENCE, 

PROPRXETOES OF TUE 

m^M!) sa^ras ^^im% 

Comer Front Street and Market Square, 

(Under the store of T. N. Gardner & Co.) 
SAI.EM, MASS. 
Meals and Oysters served at all hours of the day or evening. 



40 SALEM DIRECTORY. 



CHARLES WATTS, 

CAKE, PASTRY & BROWN BREAD 



Wholesale and Retail, 

l?io, 53 Derlby Street. 

Wedding Cake constantly on hand. Brown Bread for sale on Sunday 
Mornings. Luncheons furnished at any part of the day. 



JOSEPH WALLIS, 



DEALER IN 



NEW MD SECOND HMD MNITIIRE, 

No. 205 J Essex Street, 

Second door East from the Market. 

COFFINS READY MADE, AND MADE TO ORDER AT SHORT NOTICE. 

A large assortment of Sofas, Sofa Beds, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Secretaries, 
Cane Seat and Common Chairs ; Mahogany, Rocking and Parlor Chairs ; 
Flag Seat and Children's Toy Chairs ; Settees and Settee Cradles j Wash 
Stands ; Swing and Toilet Glasses ; Hair, Moss and Palm Leaf Mattresses ; 
Fancy Boxes, &c., constantly on hand and for sale at the lowest Cash 
Prices, wholesale and retail. 

Also, Palm Leaf and Excelsior for filling Under Beds, the best articles 
now in use. Mattresses and Furniture manufactured to order and war- 
ranted. 



S. SHEPPARD, 
UPHOLSTERER, 

(SUCCESSOR TO ASA LAMSON,) 

No. 298 ESSEX STREET, 

Mattresses, Pew and Chair Cushions made to order, and all work in 
the Upholstery Business executed in the best manner. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 41 



WILLIAM LEAVITT, 

TEACHER OF 

IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, 

No. 71 Forrester Street, 

S .A. Ij E jvi: - 

"P^THTCTTfT CO^^ 

AND DEALER IN 

FURMTLRE, FEATHERS, &c. 

No. 279 Essex Street, (old Salem Hotel.) 

Varnishing and Repairing neatly and promptly 
executed, i'eathtr Beds renovated and Mattresses 
made over. 



H. & H. G. HUBON, 

.COFFIN WMEffOUSE, 



No. 48 Washington Street, Salem. 

Metallic and other coffins constantly on hand. Grave Clothes fur" 
Dished at short notice. Furniture repaired. 
Residence., 48 and 50 CharUr Street. 

UPTON & WEBSTER, 

Til pim, in Hi I mm mim, 

AND DEALERS IN 

Stoves, Sheet Iron, Tin and Hollow "Ware, 
No. 135 BOSTON STREET, SAEEHI. 

Particular attention paid to Tin Roofing, Furnace, Stove Work, 
Jobbing, &c, 
WARREN A. UPTON. GARDNER WEBSTER. 



42 SALEM DIRECTORY. 

REMOND & BIBCOCK, 

Manufacturers of all kinds of 

f '^^ -"^ 

1{ W W%. WmW WW/ WiL 'Wk 

Dyeing' and Champooing' Ladies' Hair, 

IN THE BEST MANNER. AjLSO, 

No. 188 ESSEX STREET, 

UNDER THE MANSION HOUSE, SALEM, MASS- 

MISS M. J. REMOND, MRS. C BABCOCK 



CURRIER & MILLETT, 




DEALERS IN 



FURNITURE, CHAIRS, 

Mattresses, Featliers, k, 

259 & 261 ESSEX STREET, 

SALEM, MASS. 



DEALER IN 
ALSO, 

J. T. MUDGE'S PATENT WASHING MACHINES. 

]Sro. 274 ESSEX STREET, 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



43 



JOHN MACKIE, 



AND DEALER IN 



^11 Jahiit^ of i|I]obterj] §QQh, 





ALSO, 

GILT, TRANSPARIXT, & PAISTED WIPOW SHADES, 

AND 

FRENCH AND ENGLISH CHINTZ. 

BRAY'S & HARTSHORN'S PATENT 

Balance Springs and Slidino* Fixtures, 

And particular attention paid to putting them up, at moderate 
prices. 

1^^ Upholstery Work of all kinds executed in the most 
fashionable manner, at short notice, and at the lowest cash 
prices. Particular attention paid to Drapery and Carpet 
Work. Mattress and Pew Cushions made to order. 

THIS STOCK IS 

INFERIOR TO NONE IN THE CITY. 
No. 7 WASHINGTON ST., SALEM. 



44 SALEM DIRECTORY. 



JAMES KIMBALL, 

CHIIR DEALER MD MNIICTIIRER, 

No. m ESSEX STREET, SALEM. 

Chairs of every description, for Foreign and Domestic Trade, 
constantly on hand. 



MANSFIELD & CASSINO, 
UPHOLSTEREKS, 

And Dealers in every description of 

Upliolstery Goods and Triiiuiiiiigs. 

SHADES painted to order at short notice from our own patterns. 

DRAPERY arranged according to the latest style. 

Constantly on hand, a better assortment of Painted and other Shade 
Materials than can be found in any other store in this city. Also, every 
description of Shade Fixture, that they feel justified in warranting to 
the public. 

CARPET WORK at Boston prices, and warranted to give perfect 
satisfaction. 

STr" Repairing of every description executed in the most workmanlike 
inner. 

At No. 50 Washington St., Salem. 

G. S. Mansfield. J. T. Cassino. 




ANTHONY R. VALLEE, 

(Successor to David F. Austin,) 



MANUFACTURER OF 



NO. 38 HANOVER STREET, 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 45 



TVILLIAM CHASE, 

IMPOETES OF 
AND DEALER DJ 

AMERICAN HARDWAEE AND CUTLERY. 

Saddlery, Iron and Wooden Ware, Window Glass, Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, 
Stoves, Endless Chain, Copper and Iron Pumps, Glue, &c. 

UTo. »06 ESSEX STREET, Opposite the Market. 



FHAXCIS P. GOSS, 

No. 7 ST. PETER STREET, 

SALEM, MASS., 

Maiufaetnrer and Dealer in the follorag Articles : 

Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, Bath Boilers, Wash 

Boilers, Water Closets, Basins, Marble 

Slabs, Bathing Tubs, Silver Plated 

Work, Shower Baths, Force and 

Lift Pumps, Brass Cocks. 



POTTER & PEIRSON, 

CARRIAGE SMITHS, 



AND MANTJFACTUIIEES OF 



WEST PLACE. 

[ly^ Particular attention paid to all kinds of Iron Work for Buildings. 



46 



SALEM DIRECTORY. 




S. C. & E. A. SIMONDS, 

DEALERS IN 

CROCKERY & HARDWARE, 

WINDOW GLASS, 

Paper Hangings, Solar and Entry Lamps, \Vhite lead, 

Oils, Dry and Ground Paints, &c., 
No. 32 FRONT STREET. 



WM. F. W. SMALL, 



IDE-A^ILiER, I]Sr 






.fiffl 



GAS FIXTURES, 

273 ESSEX STREET, SALEM, 



Orders for Gas and Steam Fitting, for Dwellings, Stores, &c., will be 
execu ted in the most faithful manner. Being a practical workman, be 
flatters himself that all work issued from his establishment, will give 
perfect satisfaction. 



ABRAHAM BENNETT, 

DEALER IN 

itifiiiii iiiiisiiii iiiiii 

TRUNKS, BOOTS, SHOES, &C., 

No. 33 Lafayette Street, South Salem. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 47 




A. E. PRICE, 

DEALER IN 

iiuiiiif fiiiiiiii, 

Cloaks, Capes and Talmas made to order. 
No. 220 ESSEX STKEET. 



GRAVE CLOTHES CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 



J. jVIA-YER, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia 

EMBHOIBEHIES, 

Trimmings, Hosiery , & Fancy Goods, 

154 ESSEX STREET. 



JOHN M'KEY, 

CLOTHING 11 nmimrn goods, 

No. 189 ESSEX STREET, 

Opposite the Mansion Hoose, S^ ^JLijT^l^^JT . 



CHARLES H. NORRIS, 

ESSEX STREET, 
Nest Dooe to the Mansion House, SALEM, MASS. 



48 SALEM DIRECTORY. 



MOULTON'S 

AMBROTYPE, DAGUERREOTYPE 



•pe's 
Building, 



-Juppe's I 214 Essex Street, §alem. 



ASA W. NICKERSON, 

DEALER IN 

THREAD STORE GOODS, 

AND 

NO. 174: ESSEX STREET, SAEEM. 

SILK FRINGES MADE TO ORDER. 



R. H. CHAMBERLAIN, 

DEALER IN 

lY. MS. YMI FiEY 



EMBROIDERIES, 
No. 336 Essex Street, . . SAEERE. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 49 



iiiiiiii ii liiiiiisi^. 




MANTFACTUEES TO ORDEB 

Steam Engines, Lathes, Shafting, &c. Also, Gasome- 
ters, Iron Doors and "Window Shutters, and 
Blacksmith "Work generally. 

Jobbing done at sh.ort notice. 

Naumkeag Co.'s Wharf, SALEM. 



ANDREW S. WATERS, 

Brass Founder, Coppersmith and Plumber. 

Copper Work and Plumbing of every description promptly attended to. 
Casting, &c. 

e p' i^ -A- 3sr k: 3L. I nsr sti^eet. 



JOSEPH CHISHOLM, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Lines, Twine, Cords, Engine Packing, &c. 

ALSO, MANILLA CORDAGE FOR SALE. 
68 Mill Street, Opposite Harbor Street, 

S— 4 



60 



SALEM DIRECTORY. 




Adams, Richardson & Co. 



207 ESSEX STKEET, 
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 




F0BEIQN km DOMESTIC HARDWARE, 





CUT NAILS, 

ZINC, SHEET LEAD, f 

WMEiriS ILEA®, 

LEAD PIPE, PUMPS, &C. 
AGENTS FOB FAIRBANKS' 




PLATFORM SCALES, 



DENIO & ROBERTS' IRON SAFES 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



51 



HENRY HALE, 

IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 

BARDWME GOOBS lil CITLERY. 

KGUSEKEEPING ARTICLES AND FANCY GOODS. 




^f^?^LS 



^K2 



.^?*^' 



Plough Castings, Friction Rollers and Cranks, Iron, Copper and 
CHAIN PUMPS, AND LEAD PIPE. 

CAMPHENE & FLUID LAMPS, 

Hanging, Side, and Astral, a great variety of styles. 

Solar Lamps, Beautiful Patterns. Girandoles, with 

elegant Cut Drops, Bronze, Ormolu ana bilver Cut 

Glass, Britanniaj Brass and Japanned Lamps. 




CARPENTSRS 



Hou.=e Trimmings, Shoe Makers' Tools, Nails. Thread, and Pees, Boiler 

Doors and Oven Mouths, Furr aces, Casb Imn Hollow ^Vare, Tubs, Pails, 

Mats, Cut Nails, Emery, Zinc, Leal. Japan and Sponge Blacking, &c., &c. 

KO. 315 ESSEX STREET, SAL-EM. 



52 8ALEM DIRECTORY. 



PEHKINS & BROWN, 

DEALERS IN 

READY-MADE CLOTHING, 

Cloths, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Furnish- 
ing Goods, and Manufacturers of and "Wholesale 
Dealers in Oil Clothing, 

137 Derby, and 36 Union Streets, Salem, Mass. 





aahon nourse, 

^^ Manufacturer of and Dealer in 

HATS, CAPS AND FURS, 

Children's Hats and Caps, Gent's Kid and Fur 
Lined Gloves, Silk and Cotton XTmbrellas, &c. 

S7 TTASIIINOTON STREET, 
SALEM, MASS. 

N. B. My stock being bought for Cash, it can and will be sold cheap 

FOR CASH. 



ISAAC C. PRAY, 

SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS. 

ILL ^§If§ if gTITSHINi 

usually done by hand for f imily use, done here with neatness and dis- 
patch. Also Ladles', Gentlemen's, Misses' and Children's Boots and 
Shoes, Gaiters and Congress Gaiters, of every kind and description, 
STITCHED and BOUND in the neatest possible manner, with great 
dispatch. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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EBEN. G. BURBANK, 

CARRIAGE PAINTER, 

West Place, 

Kear of the Mansion House. 
^^ All orders promptly executed. 



SAMUEL GAEBNEE, 

Endicott, cor. Margin, 

SALEM, MASS. 



EICHAED M. CHIPMAN, 

TIN PLITE & SHEET IRON WORKER, 

NO. 256 ESSEX STBEET, 

Tia Roofing, Furnace Work, and all kinds of work in his line done in a 
faithful and superior manner. 



JOSEPH MANSFIELD, 



S. F. NICHOLS, 



i HotrsB, SHIP Ay:D sigx 
goq^e ^iiD §lc}0 ?^ioiel% painter, 

No. 113 Derhj Street 



Glazier Sf Paper Hanger. 



Glazing &o Paper Hanging, 



ISITATIOX OF ^VOOD AXD MAKBLE, i Imitatiox of Wood anb Maeble. 

I For sale, all kinds of 



No. 9 Lafayette St. 



Glazed Sashes, Window Blinds, Paints, 
Oils, Glass, 5|-c, 



C. E. BROWN, 

HOUSE, SHIP AND SION FAINTER, 

GLAZIER, GRAINER, PAPER HANGER, 



AND DEALER IN 



IVo. 43 Charter Street, . Salem. 



54 SALEM DIRECTORY. 



BEN.T. B. FULLER & CO. 



DEALERS IN 



LUMBER, LIME, WO OB, 

COAL, BARK, &c. 
Wo. 13 Front Street, . . SAL.EM. 

B.B. FULLER, N. FULLER. 



PARSONS & SHACKELFORD, 

DEALERS IN 

FRESH AND SALT FISH, 

OF ALL KINDS, 

No. 64 UNION STREET. 

Families supplied with FRESII FISH every day. Shipping supplied with 
■WATER at short notice. 
JOHN M. PARSONS, WM. SHACKELFORD. 



DEALER IN 



CiL f liD. 6MK. LIIIH. LIME. ICES, 



AND 



By the Cargo and Retail. 
No. 29 PEABODY STUEET, . . SOUTH SALEM. 



JAB£Z WILSOJV, 

Manufacturer of 

AND 

G-ent's Undershirts and Drawers 
constantly on hand. 

Extra sizes, all -wool and angola, 
made to order at 

No. 5 Nortli Street, 

SALEM, MASS. 



CENTRAL MARKET, 

No. 116 Derby Street. 

john^gTplandek, 

Dealer in 

Provisions, Hams and Sausages, 

Keeps constantly on hand a large 
assortment of Meats, Vegetables, 

Eggs and Fruits. 
Goods sent to any part of the city. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 55 



BOWKER BROTHERS, 

DEALERS IN 

COARSE AND FINE SALT. 
Nos. 227 & 229 DERBY STREET, 

(Formerly 8 and 10 Fish Street,) 



AUGUSTUS T. BROOKS, 

DEALER IN 

FLOUR AND GRAIN, 

CO^L, 

WEST I]\I»BA GOODS, &c. 

No. 117 Derby Street, 

Head of Central Wharf. 



BATTIS & BROWN, 

Manufacturers and Importers of 

C? X GSr j€L fL ® , 

And dealers in all kinds of 

LEAF AND MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 
M"o. 110 DERBY STREET, 

JAMES H. BATTIS, Sign of the Scottish Chief. WILLARD H. BROWN. 




P. L. W. GARDNER, 

CHOICE TEAS. &c. 



SAMUEL ^VfllTIEMOFvE, 

Dealer in 

CHOICE TEAS, &c. 

316 Essex Street, 



No. 14^ Front Street. | ©.A^LElvfl:. 



56 SALEM DIRECTORY. 



CHAMBERLAIN, HARRIS & CO. 



DEALERS IN 

Bm Ililklll 



m^ 



Wholesale and Retail, 

No. 24 FRONT STBEET, 

Cornel of Derby Square. 



PRIME, KENNY & CO., 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

MAHOGANY & FANOY WOOD, 

CITY MILLS, 37 to 43 MILL STEEET, SALEM. 



DEALERS IN 

MAHOGANY, FANCY TVOOD AND FUBNITURE ; 

Mahogany Branch, Mottled and Plain Veneers ; Rosewood, Zebra, 

Black Walnut, Satin and Maple Veneers ; Spanish and 

Southern Cedar and Mahogany ; Cherry and Black 

Walnut Boards ; Plank, and Joist j 

AT THEIR WAREROOMS. 

No. 14 CharlestoAvn Street, . , EOSTOIV. 
BROOKS & NOYES, 

DEALERS IN 

WEST INDIA GOODS, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

No. 121 ESSEX STREET. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 57 

J. CHAS. HOWARD, | 

SHIP CHMDLER AND GROCER,! 

i^o. 135 DSRBir STREET, i 

COKNEB UNION WHARF. 




WM. P. GOODHUE, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

mf mmmmi, 

SHIP AND FAMILY STORES, 

LIME, CEMENT AND PLASTER, 
NO. 44 DERBY STREET, 

* Freight obtained for vessels, and produce received on 
Commission. ^^^ 

! DODGE & JONES, 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 

DEALERS IX 

J. A. DODGE. g^\[LlK]3 SVl^iSa J- S. JONES. 



58 SALEM DIRECTORY. 



CHAS. H. SHELDON, 

DEALER IN 

BEEF, PORK, LARD, HAMS, 

AND 

POULTRY OF ALL KINDS, 
Nos. 12, 13 and 14 City Market, . . . SALEM, MASS. 



E. K. NOYES & CO., 



DEALERS IN 



WEST nil GOODS 11 GROCERIES, 

FLOUR, GRAIN AND MEAL, 

EASTERN AND WESTERN PRODUCE, 
Nos. 6 and 8 Front Street, Salem. 

E. K. NOYES. E. F. BAKER. 



C. H. NEWCOMB, 

DEALER IN 

BSiF, ?mii, ikm km Hiis, 

POULTRY OP ALL KINDS. 

ALSO, 
mXJITS -A.1>TIZ> •VEC3-ET-<Al.B3LjES. 

Franklin Market, corner of Jie^vbury and Forrester Streets, - - . - SALEM 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 59 



PEMBERTON HAEE, 

DEALER IN 

NO, 27 SUMMER STREET. 

A large assortment of Family Groceries of the best kinds kept con- 
stantly on hand, and delivered promptly and without extra charge in 
any part of the city. 



ELIZUR STEELE, 

COMMISSION MERCHANT 



AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN 



FLOUR 1^ GRAIN, 



AND ALL KINDS OF 



COUNTRY PRODUCE, 

NO. 36 FROWT STREET, 

Orders solicited and promptly attended to. 



LEONARD PIERCE 

Would inform the public that he has taken the store on the 
COK^TEK OF BRII>C;£ AXI> I»I.EASJl]¥X STS., 

where he intends to keep constantly on hand a good assortment of 

FRESH AND SALT MEATS, VEGETABLES, &C., 

WHICH HE WILL SELL CHEAP FOB, CASH. 
C3=- The Store will be closed on Titesdat and Thursday Evenings. 



leo 



SALEM DIRECTORY. 



FREDERIC PORTER, 

PROVISION STORE, 

No. 17 St. Peter Street. 

Butchers' Meat, Poultry, Fruit, Vegetables, Butter, 

Cheese, Lard, Eggs, &c.. 

Constantly on hand, and deliyered promptly, and without charge, to any 
part of the city. 



J. C. WEBSTEE, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

WEST INDIA SOODS km eBODERIES, 



PACKER 0? 



wo. 4 NEWBUBY STREET, AJXTD 116 ESSEX, 

(Franklin Place,) S^LE^y il^SS. 



CHARLES PHELPS. 
BELL HANGEE, 

K"o. 84 Federal Street, 
(Residence No. 1 Federal St.,) 

Tubing, Levers and all materials 
supplied, and the work done ia a 
neat and durable manner. 



JACOB N. SHAW, 



iHT imii mn, 

Clioice Family Groceries, h. h., 

5 Boston Street. 



A. . C O N A^ N T , 

Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in 

LOOKING 6LASSES, FANCY BOXES, 

Entrance, Ko. 3 Endicot Street, 

"Tafe-^ICAr"! __^^._,^^^© ® § IT © El , 

Looking-Qlass Frames and Plates at the lowest Wholesale Prices. 



ABVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 61 



BENJAMIN STRAW, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

"WOOB MOULBXFGS 

For Carpenters, Ship Builders, Frame Makers, and all 
othenuses. 

Orders promptly attended to, and put on board cars for any part of tlie County. 
No. 5 FRONT STBEET, SALEM. 

H. P. lYES & A. A. SMITH, 

(SUCCESSOKS TO "W. & S. B. IVES,) 

Stearns's Building, opposite Railroad Station, 

SSO «fc 232 ESSEX SXKEET, 

BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, 

AND DEALERS IN 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

Writing papers of every description. 

Ruled and Bound in the best manner. 

In all its variety, done with neatness and despatch. 



J. PERLEY, JR. & CO., 

BOOKBi:^rDEIlS, 

AND 
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS, 

No. 191 Essex street. 

Directly opposite the Mansion House. 
J. PERLEY, JR. Magazines neatly bound. J. CARTER. 



62 SALEM DIRECTORY. 



L. B. HATCH, 

DEALER IN 

COAL, WOOD, BARK, 

No. 113 DERBY STREET. 

A general assortment constantly on hand, of the best quality, at the 
lowest market prices. 



THE SALEM REGISTER, 

Was Established in the year 1800, and is Published on Mondays and Thursdays, 

At No. 185 Essex, cor. of Central Street, 



JOHN CHAPMAN and CHAS. 'W. PALFRAY. 
Terms, ^4.00 per year, — S3. SO, if paid in advance. 

TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 

Advertisements of more than half a square. $1.50 for three inserionsj 
once a wr-ek, or in three papers in succe-sion, at the option nf the adver- 
tiser I65 cents ior every additional insertion. 

Advertisements not exceeding half a squafe, $1.00 for three insertions 
as above. 12^ cents for every additional iiisertion. 

For notices of meetings, cards of acknowleagnients, &c., for one inser 
tion 6| cents. Tlie privilege of annual Advertisers is liuiifed to their own 
immediate business. For Advertisements ordered to be published in the 
inside, 10 per cent, extra will be charged for each insertion. 



JOB PRINTING, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 

neatly and expeditiously done at this office. 



JOHN DIKE & CO, 



DEALERS IX 



COAL, WOOB, BARK, HAY, &c. 

No. 183 Derby Street, 

JOHN DIKE. RICUARD C WANNING 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 63 



BOOK, JOB AND FANCY 

Executed at the Office of the 

SALEM G-AZETTE, 

AND 

IN THE BEST STYLE ANd1)N FAVORABLE TEEMS. 

THE^^SAiMlMETTE, 

Established, Weekly, 1768; Semi-Weekly, 1796, 
l8 print' don TUESDAY and FRIDAY morning?, at S3.50 per year when 
paid in advance, — §4.00 when not in advance. The length of time which 
ic has been before the public, and the extensive circulation it has ob- 
tained for the larger part of a century, render it unnecessary here to 
enter into a formal exposition of its character. The intention is that it 
shall always contain the most iniportaot foreign and domestic intelli- 
geice, political, moral and literary ; original communications upon all 
subjects connected with the public welfare ; a full and correct shipping 
li^t; business adverdsements ; and, in short, everything that is usually 
fwuud and expected in a Family Newspaper. 

The large Uouutry circulation of the Gazette, (including the Mercury, 
' in which all new advertisements of the Gazette are published,) renders it 
particularly valuable as a medium for the publication of Probate adver- 
tisements, sales of Real Estate, and other notices of interest to the farm- 
ing population. 

THE ESSEX COLMY MERCLRl, 

OR WEEKLY SALEM GAZETTE, 

ESTABLISHED A. D. 1832, 
Is made up from the reading matter of the S-ilem Gazette, and is one of 
the largest and cheapest papers in New England. The subscription price 
is $1.50 per year, when paid in advance. The quantity of reading afforded 
is much greater than is usually found in a Newspaper ; and, as it circu- 
lares extensively in all parts of the County of Essex, particular pains are 
taken to present all the local matters of the County. The Mercury is 
published eyery Wednesday morning; the price, when not paid in ad- 
vance, is S2 per year, payable semi-annually. 

No. 191 Essex • Street, 

Opposite the " Mansion House Hotel." 



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SALEM DIRECTORY. 



W. L. BOWDOIN, 

Booms, 208 Essex St., 
Residence, 57 Washington Street, 



JESSE SMITH, 

wAmu MiiEim, 

And Dealer in 
Gold and Silver, Lever and Lepine 

No. 262 ESSEX STKEET. 

Also, Marine Chronometers, Barome- 
ters, Thermometers, Nautical Alma- 
nacks, Spy Glasses, &c., &c. 

Chronometers adjusted and rates as- 
certained by Transit Observations. 



WM. W. HURD, 




No. 251 Essex Street, 



PEOPLiE'^ ABVOCATE. 



BOOK, CARD AND ORNAMENTAL 

|0lj f rittting tf siab&|mettt 

No. 8 DERBY SQUARE. 

By paying attention to his business, the Proprietor hopes to 
merit and obtain a share of public patronage. 



.^nd all fvork delivered promptly. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



65 



CHARLES B. LL' SCOMB, 

DEALER IX 

READY MADE AND CUSTOM 





AND 
Together with a large and well- selected stock of 

Broadclotlis, Cassimcres, Satinets, Yestings, k., 

Which will he manufactured to ord-^r at short notice, and at the lowest 
possible CASH PRICES. 

No. 24 WasMngton Street, 

Mr. EPHPvAIM patch may be found at the aboTe store, where he 
will be happy to attend to the wants of his friends. 



6Q SALEM DIRECTORY. 



SMITH & OHAMBERLAIM, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

And Dealei'S in 

WATCHES, SILVER WARE AND FANCY GOODS, 

NO. 201 ESSEX STREET, SALEM, 

FIVE DOORS EAST OF THE MARKET. 



GEOUGE B. APPLSTON, 

IMPORTER OF 



AND DEALER IN 



JEWELRY, SILVER SPOONS, PLITED, 

AT LOW PRICES, 

NO. 179 ESSEX STREET, 

Sex Kfe,^} S i\ Db d 53 O 

SILVER WARE — A large assortment, at as low prices as can be ob- 
tained in Boston or elsewhere — Engraved gratis. 
Watches and Clocks skilfullj"- repaired and adjusted. 
Jewelry and Spectacles manufactured and neatly repaired. 



E . K . L A Iv E M A N , 

DEALER IN 

Plated and Britannia Ware, Lamps, Candelabras, 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



67 



SECCOMB & DENNIS, 



MAXUFACTOSERS OF 



ilililflli lEilllLlS, 



BLEACHED, PALM AND LAED OILS, 
Foot of Harbor Street, SALEM, i 

94 Commercial St., Boston ; 84 Front St., New York. 




68 SALEM DIRECTORY. 



SALEM OBBERVEB 

NO. 226^ ESSEX STEEET, STEAENS BUILBINO, 
Opposite the Eastern Railroad Depot. 



This OfBce beinjr furnished with all the desirable modern improTed 
FAST PKESSES, adapted to every description of V/ork, frr m a 
Poster down to the grentt^el Visiting Card, tosrethcr with an ampli^ supply 
of well chosen varietips of handsome PLAIW AND FAISTCY JOB 
TYPE AND BORDERS, the Proprietors believe that their facili- 
ties for executing every description of 



Are si*sh as to enable them to answer all orders to the entire satisfaction 

of those who may fsivor them with their patronage. They are 

prepared to execute promptly, and at as 

'LOW PRICES A3 ffl OFFICE IN THE CITY, 

Posters, Shop Bills, Programmes, Catalogues, 

Bill Heads, Blanks, Books, and Pamphlets, 

Business, Visiting, Ticket and Check 

Cards, Plain or Fancy Labels, &c. 

WILLIAM IVES. GEORGE Vf. PEASE. 



Is published at the above office every Saturday morning. It is the design 
jf the Publishers to give a condensed summary of the latest foreign and 
domestic intelligence, and such local matters of importance, as will be 
found interesting to the public. Its large and increasing circulation, 
both in this City and County, rerders it a most desirabla medium for 
Advertising. TERMS : ^3.00 per aiiiiwm, in advance. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 69 



JOHINJ" G. FELT, 

HOUSE AID SIGN PAiNTER, 

AND DEALER IN PAINTS, OIL AND GLASS, 

I?o. 27 FBOK-T STBEET, SALEM. 



Window Sashes, Blinds and Double Windows of all kinds, furnished at 
short notice. 



X. APPLETON 

^^"^JOFFi WMEHOIISE, 

:No. 80 DEBBY STREET, 

I [13^ Coffins constantly on hand, of various woods, and Grave Clotheg 
furni>hed at short notice. 

I'UBxrrcRE HEPAiaED. Re-idence. li Xnrthey Street. 





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FASHIONABLE 

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No. 2?-3 Essex Street, 

And 5' ard 33 Washins'-on ?t 



CLARK & BLETHEN. . 

DEALERS I.V 

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Posts, Caps and Sills, Boor Steps. Underpinning:, of 
all kinds. Gate l:'os:s, Bases Monuments, plain 
and ornajient:il, etc., <xa. Also, ueliar 
Stone, oi' ail kinds. 

:^:o. 17 Peabody SDreet, , . . . SALEM. 

N. T. CLARK. T. G BLETIIEN 



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SALFM DIRECTORY. 




MANSION HOUSE. 

J. S. LEAVITT, Proprietor. 

3>TO- ISS esses: STIEIEET, 





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J. S. LEAVITT, Proprietor, 



Thia House is centrallY located on E^ses Street, and is the genen 
headquarters for busmess men. It has excellent accommodations, an 

^^'cScherajrin^readiness to convey passengers to and from the Dep' 

"* There 'ilalso a good Livery Stable in the rear of the Hotel, whpre fii 
Horses and ^asy Carriages may be found. Also, Stabliag lor liuises o 
reasonable terms. 



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* 72 ~ 8ALEM DIRSCTORY. 



WILLIAM EVERETT, 

fSTJCCESSOR TO DUDLEY WILLIAMS,) 
Manufacturer and Dealer in 

LOOKING GLASSES 

P O K T R A I T 

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fl«lti fiilii. 

Warerooms, 334 Washington Street, 



IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 


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AND 

nm GLASS FOR WI19WS. 


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