A Volume of Records Relating to the Early History of Boston: Containing Miscellaneous Papers. 1818, Volum 38

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v.29. Miscellaneous papers. -- v.30. Boston marriages, 1752-1809. -- v.31. Boston town records, 1784-1796. -- v.32. Aspinwall notarial records, 1644-1651. -- v.33. Selectmen's minutes, 1799-1810. -- v.34. Drake, F. S. The town of Roxbury. -- v.36. Boston town records, 1796-1813. -- v.37. Boston town records, 1814-1822. -- v.38. Selectmen's minutes, 1811-1818. -- v.39. Selectmen's minutes, 1818-1822.
 

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Pàgina 302 - Gushing & John Comerais were approved as sureties for Martin Smith and Henry Bass & George Bass as sureties for Horatio Bass, appointed constables for the present year. The application to pave Mason street was taken up, but it appearing on enquiry, that the amount already expended on the streets, together...
Pàgina 19 - Boston, and for removing obstructions in the same," passed on the twentysecond day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-nine, and of the several acts in addition thereto, shall be deemed and taken to apply to streets ordered to be macadamized, as well as to streets ordered to be...
Pàgina 296 - Js°. 3 to whom was referred the application of HG Otis Esqr. for permission to fill up a gore of the flatts from the bottom of Beacon street by the dam now making, reported, that it would not be for the interest of the Town to dispose of any ground or any privileges, which they now possess at or about the bottom of Beacon street until [255.] the dam now making be completed ; report accepted. Mr. C. Callender having applied for the privilege of printing the Town oration delivered on the 4th.
Pàgina 169 - I Certify that the foregoing is a true Record of the Proceedings of the Selectmen of the Town of Boston from the 2rt. day of January AD 1811.— to the 5th. day of March 1816— both days included THO
Pàgina 285 - Children 21 1803. 15. An act in addition to an act entitled " An act regulating the collection of taxes in the town of Boston, and providing for the appointment of constables in the said town "........... 22 111. An act to set off the north-east part of the town of Dorchester, and to annex the same to the town of Boston ........ 28 1804.
Pàgina 16 - An act in addition to the several acts now in force [19.] to regulate the paving of Streets in the Town of Boston, and for removing obstructions in the same...
Pàgina 130 - Foster, Lovering & Austin. — The Chairman communicated a letter which he had received from the Secretary of the Board of War, which was as follows — Board of War— Boston Nov. 9th. 1814. Voted that the Auditor of this board be directed to apply to the Chairman of the Board of Selectmen of the Town of Boston for the subscriptions that the inhabitants have patriotically made towards the erecting fortifications for the harbour of Boston and its vicinity ; in order to pay the bills that are now...
Pàgina 85 - Loring ,Iunr. & Lemuel Capen were chosen sealers & weighers of lighters & boats, bringing stone, gravel & sand to this town. Voted. To proceed to the choice of a Hay Weigher for one year, and the person chosen to continue in office until another is chosen in his stead — that he give bonds in the sum of one thousand dollars with two sureties for the faithful performance of his duty, & that his accounts be settled & all monies in his hands belonging to the town paid into the Town Treasury quarterly....
Pàgina 68 - ... Carriages containing provisions, except beef or mutton, shall be allowed to stand in Orange street, in front of the Market house, in one line on the west side of the street, leaving two spaces for entrances to the Market house, to be designated & limited by the Clerk of the Market. Of West Boston Market. No person shall be allowed to stand in Cambridge street or either of the streets branching therefrom with their waggons, carts, sleds or horses, having meat, vegetables, or other articles of...
Pàgina 185 - May 22d. 1816— Present Mess™. Bulfinch, Hunnewell, Lovering, Austin & Bray. — The Committee appointed to view the mill pond respecting the bridges over the creek, reported that they had viewed the creek & were of opinion that one bridge was necessary to be erected immediately in the situation leading from Cross street toward Union street ; and that the same bridge should be forty feet wide, to answer the necessity of the public convenience at the present moment. — The report was accepted...

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