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Shirley

Railroads,

and two

at

Fitchburg,

with the

Vermont

and

Massachusetts,

Cheshire,

Sullivan,

Vermont

Central,

and

Passumpsic

Railroads.



FITCHBURG RAILROAD.



Season Tickets.



MttES.

Prospect Street,- • 2 • ■

SomerviUe, 3 • ■

Porter's, 3X-

West Cambridge, 6 • •

Plympton's, 7K"

Waltham, 10 • •

Weston, 13 • •

Lincoln, 17 • •

Concord, 20 • •

Soutti Acton, • ■ • 25 • •

West Acton, 27 • •

Littleton, 31 ••

Groton, 35 • •

Shirley, 40 • •

Lunenburg, 42 • •

Leominster, 46 . .

Fitchburg, 50 •



Fares.
.10
.10
.10
.12
.15
.20
.25
.35
.40
.50
.55
.62
.70
.80
.85
.92
1.00



Package
Tickets.
16 for Sl.OO
16 for 1.00
13 for 1.00
50 for 5.00
50 for 6.25
50 for 7.50



12 Mo.

$12 00
14.00
17.00
25.00
35.00
40.00
40 00
45 00
50.00
60.00
60.00
66.00
75.00
80.00
82.00
85.00
95.00



9 Mo.

gio.oo

11.00
13.00
19.00
28.00
82.00
82.00
36.00
39.00
46.00
46.00
52.00
60.00
63.00
66.00
67.00
75.00



6 Mo.


3 Mo.


$;7.00 •


• $4.00


7.50 •


■ 4.00


. 9.50 •


• 5.00


18.00 •


• 7.00


■ 19.00 •


• 10.00


. 22.00 •


■ 11.00


■ 22.00 •


• 11.00


. 25.00 •


- 13.00


• 27.00 •


• 15.00


. 32.00 •


■ 18.00


• 32.00 •


• 18.00


. 35.00 •


. 20.00


• 40.00 •


. 22.00


■ 42.00 •


. 24.00


. 45.00 •


• 25.00


■ 45.00 •


• 25.00


. 50.00 ■


■ 25.00



WATEKTOWN BRANCH.



Package
Miles. Fakes. Tickets.

Fresh Pond, 5 ■ • .10

Mount Auburn,. 5>^- .10 •• 12 for $1.00
Watertown, • • • • 8 • • .16 •• 22 for 3.00



Season Tickets.



12 Mo. 9 Mo.

$22.00 • $18.00

■ 25.00 •• 20.00

■ 35.00 • • 30.00



6 Mo.

$14.00

• 15,00

• 20.00



3 Mo.

$8.00
10.00
12.00



LEXINGTON AND WEST CAMBRIDGE BRANCH.



Season Tickets.



Miles

Pond Street, 5

W. Camb. Centre, 6
Brattle Station, • • 7
East Lexington,. • 9
Lexington, 11



Package

Tickets.



12 Mo. 9 Mo.



.12 >^. 25 for $2.50 • $22.00 • $18.00

.15 •• 25 for 3.12 -. 25.00 •• 19.00

.15 •• 25 for 3.25 •• 28.00 •• 22.00

.22 •■ 25 for 4.50 •• 35.00 •• 28.00

.25 •• 25 for 5.00 •■ 40.00 •• 32.00



6 Mo.
$13.00

• 13.00

• 16.00
. 19.00
■ 21.00



8 Mo.

$7.00

7.00

9.00

10.00

11.00



A few

moments'

ride

on

this route

will

carry

the

traveller

to

the

University

at

Cambridge,

and

to

the sacred ■

grounds

of

Mt. Auburn ;

also

to

Fresh Pond,

a

favorite resort;

and

to the

memorable

battle fields

of

Lexington

and

Concord.



Season Tickets for children under 12 years of age, or persons attending School, are allowed at half
price.

ADVANTAGES OF A RESIDENCE ON THIS ROUTE.



There are 12 Trains each way daily, wliich stop at Somerville

u " 14 ic « II " " " " Porter's Sti



" 3 to 6 "



Station, Cambridge.
West Cambridge and Waltham.
Fresh Pond, Mount Auburn, and Watertown.
West Cambridge Centre, East Lexington, and Lexington.



Thus affording every variety of residences, to those in search of convenient and pleasant locations,
and easy access to Boston, at very reasonable prices.



RAILROADS.



OLD COLONY RAILROAD



Depot
Kne eland,

corner of

South Street,

Boston.




Opened

for

Travel,

November.

1845.



OFFICERS.

E. H. DERBY, President.
GEORGE N. FLETCHER, Treasurer. JACOB H. LOUD, Clerk.

[Office, 14 Merchants' Exchange.] [Plymouth.]

\J0SEPH H. MOORE, Snperintendent. [Office at Depot.]



E. H. DERBY,
J. H. LOUD,



DIRECTORS.

ISAAC L. HEDGE,
URIEL CROCKER,
H. H. HUNNEWELL.



P. W. HAYWARD,
JOHN SEAVER,



A Branch

of this

Road extends

from

Neponset to

Milton, also a

Branch

from.

Abington to

Bridgewater,

and one

from Braintree

to

Fall River,

with a Branch

to Cape Cod.

Trains

pass often over

this Road

through the

towns

near Boston,

commencing at

an early

hour in the

morning, and

continuing

until a

late hour

in the

evening.



OLD COLONY RAILROAD.



Miles. Fares.



Season Tickets.



Crescent Avenue, • •

Savin Hill,

Dorchester,

Neponset,

Squantum,

Granite Bridge, • • • 6X
Milton L. Mills, • • • l}i
Dorchester Facto's, 8 ■

Quincy, 8 •

Milton U. Mills,- •• ^%

Braintree, 10}^

South Braintree, . • \\%
South Weymouth,- 15
North Abington, • • 18

Abington, 19

South Abington, • - 21
East Bridgewater, ■ 26

Bridgewater, 27>2

North Hanson, 23

Hanson, 25

Halifax, 28

Plympton, 30

Kingston, 33

Plymouth, 37K



• .10 •
. .10 -

• .12^
. .15 •

• .15 •

• .18 .
. .18 •

• .20 •

. .20 -■

• .25 •
. .30 •

• .40 •

• .45 •

■ .50 •

• .55 •

■ .60 •

■ .65 •

• .60 ■

• .65 •
■• .75 ■
.. .80 •

• .90 •
$1.00 •



12 Mo.
$20.00

■ 23.00

■ 25.00

• 28.00

• 32.00

• 32.00

• 34.00

• .36.00

■ 3750

• 37.50

• 40.00

• 44.00

• 50.00

• 56.00

• 60 00

■ 64.00

• 66.00

• 70.00

• 66.00
. 66.00
. 70.00

• 74.00
■• 78.00
■■ 80.00



6 Mo.
$12.00

• 14-00

• 15.00

• 17.00

• 18.00
. 18.00

• 19.00
. 21.00
- 20.00
. 20.00

• 24.00
. 26.00

• 38.00

• 34.00
. 36.00

• 38.00

• 40.00

• 42.00
■ 40.00

• 40.00
. 42.00

• 45.00
. 47.00

• 48.00



3 Mo.

$7.00 •

800 •

9.00 •

10.00 •

11.00 -

11.00 •

11.50 •

12.50 •

12.00 •

12.00 •

14.00 •

15.00 •

18.00 •

20.00 •

21.00 •

22.00 •

24.00 •

25.00 •

24.00 •

24.00 •

25.00 -

27.00 ■

28.00 •

30.00 •



2 Mo.

. $5.25

. 6.00

■ • 6.75

• 7.50
.. 8.25

• 8.25
. 8.63
. 938
. 9.00

• 9.00
. 10.50

■ 11.25

• 13.50

• 15.00

■ 15.75
. 16.50

• 18.00

• 18.75
. 18.00
. 18.00

■ . 18.75

- 19.25

■ • 21.00

. 22.50



IMo.

$3.50
. 4.00
. 4.50

■ 5.00

• 5..50

• 5.50

• 5.75
6.25

- .6.00
6.00
7.00
7.50
9.00
10.00

■ 10.50
11.00

■ 12.00

■ 12.50
12.00

■ 12.00
12.50
13.50
14.00
15.00



SOUTH SHORE RAILROAD.

Miles. Fares. Season Tickets.



East Braintree,. ... 11%-

Weymouth, 12)^..

North Weymouth,- 13?i -
East Weymouth, - - 15 - • •

Ilingham, 17)^- ■

Nantasket, 19>^-'

Cohasset, 22 • - •





12 Mo.


6 Mo.


3 Mo.


2 Mo.


IMo.


.30 •-


$45.00


■ $27.00


■ $16.80 •


$12.60


• $8.40


.:^2 ..


• 48.00


.. 28.80


- • 17.28 •


. 12.96


.. 8.64


M ■


- 48.00


•• 28 80


.. 17.28 •


. • 12.96


•• 8.64


.?riv.


• 50.00


- 30.00


■ . 18.00 •


• . 13 50


.. 9,00


.40 •


• 50.00


-■ 30.00


•• 18.00 •


- • 13.50


.. 9.00


.50 •


• 56.00


•• 33.60


-. 20.16 •


. . 15.12


• • 10.08



The
South Shore

Railroad

diverges from

East Braintree

to

Hingham

and

Cohasset,

passing near

Nastasket

Beach —

and thus

gives easy and

frequent

access to the

Ocean,

and the

attractive

Hotels, Villas,

pleasant

drives,

and

excellent

fishing grounds

of

Nantasket

Beach

and

Cohasset

Rocks.



SCENERY AND ATTRACTIONS.

Dorchester, Milton, and Quincy, afford locations for some of the most delightful and healthful resi-
dences. Savin Hill, Harrison Square, and Neponset, from their proximity to the city, and their
attractive scenery, have become favorite places of residence. The surface of the country, for the first
ten miles on this route, is beautifully variegated, presenting a continual succession of picturesque
views of the country, the city, and the sea. Its hill-tops and valleys are decked with splendid
dwellings and tasteful cottages, and no where can be found the union of town and country more com-
plete. An occasional ride in the cars as far as Braintree and Cohasset will amply repay one for the
trifling sum exacted for fare. If, however, the ride is extended to Plymouth, after a visit to Plymouth
Rock, Pilgrim Hall, and the graves of the Forefathers, the denizen of the city will return better fitted
than ever to pursue his business.

FREIGHT RATES.

Coal, Iron, Manure, Lumber, Corn, Grain, Sugar, Salt, Paper, Butter, Groceries, and Dry Goods,
4 cents per ton ; light and bulky merchandise, 4 cents per ton (140 cubic feet to the ton.) These rates
are per mile. No parcels taken on this road for less than 20 cents.

Luggage allowed each Passenger — 60 lbs. Excess charged at 20 cts. per 100 lbs.



RAILROADS



49



BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE RAILROAD.



Passenger
and

Freight Stations,
on Pleasant,

opposite

Eliot Street,

Boston.




Incorporated

in

1830;

Opened

for Travel

in

1835.



OFFICERS.

CHARLES H. WARREN, Pres.
[Office, Passenger Station.]



HENRY DALTON, Treasurer.
[Office, Passenger Station.]



EDWARD PICKERING, Clerk.
[Office, GO State Street.]



W. RAYMOND LEE, Sup't.
[Office, Passenger Station.]



Mass.

Roxbury, 2

Jamaica Plain,- • ■ • 4

Toll Gat«, 5

K. Bridge, 7

Dedhani Low Plain, 8

Canton, 14

Sharon, 18

Foxboro', 21

Mansfield, 24

Tobey's Corner, • • • 27

Attleboro', 31

Dodgeville, 33

Perrin's Crossing,- 35
Seekonk, 38



Pares.
.$0.10

• ■■10

■ •• 12
- -20
...20

• -•40
- -50
. - 56

■ •■70



- 95
■ 95

'1.05
1.15



Providence, 42 1.25



DIRECTORS.

WILLIAM APPLETON,
WILLIAM AMORY,
IGNATItrS SARGENT,
GEORGE R. RUSSELL,
JOHN BARSTOW,
JOSEPH GRINNELL.



CAPE COD BRANCH RAILROAD.

From Middleborough Four Corners, to Sandwich,
via Wareham. Office, No. 16 Mercliants' Ex.
J. H. W. Va.ge, President. J. H. W. Page,

Amos Otis, Benjamin Burgess, M. S. Lincoln,

Richard Borden, Directors. S. Shaw, Clerk and

Treasurer.

CHESHIRE RAILROAD.

From South Ashburnham, through Keene, to Bel-
lows Falls. Office, .-56 State st.
Thomas M. Edwards, Keene, N. H. President.
S. Hale, Benjamin F. Adams, Thomas Thacher,
Hiram Hosmer, E. Murdock, jr., George Hunting-
ton, Directors. C. J. Everett, Treasurer.

CONCORD RAILROAD, N. H.

From Nashville. Office, 7 Merch. Exch., Boston.
Isaac Spalding, President. Josiah Stickney, of
Boston ; Charles H. Peaslee, of Concord ; Robert
Read, of Manchester ; Uriel Crocker, of Boston,
Robert McGaw, of Merrimac, N. H. ; Emmons
Ra5'mond, of Boston, Directors. N. P. Lovering,
Treasurer. .John H. George, Clerk.

CONNECTICUT AND PASSUMPSIC
RIVERS RAILROAD.

From Lebaiian, N. H. to the Canada line. Office,
No. 7 Merchants' Exchange, Boston.
Erastus Fairbanks, St. Johnsbury, Vermont,
President. Asa Low, Bradford, Vt., Vice-Presi-
dent. Oliver Dean, Addison Gilmore, F. Homer,
B. B. Mussey, N. H. Emmons, Josiah Stickney,
William Thomas, W. F. Weld, Boston; Joseph
Sawyer, Peirmont, N. H. ; Arthur Latham, Lyme,
N. H. ; Henry Keyes, Newbury, Vt. ; E. B. Chase,
Lyndon, Vt., Portus Baxter, Derby, Vt., Direc-
tors. Henry Keyes, .Sec. Josiah Stickney, Treas.

CONNECTICUT RIVER RAILROAD.

From Greenfield to Springfield, -'Jb miles. Office,

No. 4 Merchants' Exchange.

Henry W. Clapp, President. Samuel Henshaw,
James K. Mills, E. H. Robbins, Henry W. Clapp,
Lemuel Pope, N. II. Emmons, I. Sargent, J. Mor- |
gan, Directors.



FALL RIVER RAILROAD.

From Braintree to Fall River.
N. B. Borden, President. C. C. Gilbert, Royal
Turner, Richard Borden, J. Borden, P. H. Peirce,
N. Stetson, J. S. Tillinghast, J. C. Dodge, Direc-
tors. D. Anthony, Treasurer. Nathan Durfee,
Clerk.

GRAND JUNCTION R. R. DEPOT
COMPANY.

From East Boston to Charlestown and Boston.

Treasurer's Office, City Hall,

Samuel S. Lewis, President. David Henshaw,
Ich. Goodwin, Portsmouth, N. H. ; James Cun-
ningham, Charles Paine, Northfield, Vt., Directors.
C. G. Ripley, Secretan/. Wm. L. Dearborn, Engi-
neer. J. C. Dunn, Treasurer and Clerk.

MICHIGAN CENTRAL RAILROAD.

Office 9 Merchants' Exchange.
John M. Forbes, President.
George B. Upton, Treasurer.

NORFOLK COUNTY RAILROAD.

From Dedham to Blackstone. Office, 10 Railroad
Exchange.

Welcome Farnum, President. Isaac Livermore,
Samuel Frothingh.am, Freeman Fisher, Dan Hill,
Charles H. Warren, Willis Fisher, Directors. Ed-
mund W. Clap, Clerk. Edward Haynes, jr.. Trea-
surer. Hem-y W. Nelson, Superintendent at Proo-
idenee Railroad Depot, Boston.

RUTLAND AND BURLINGTON (VT.),
RAILROAD.

From Bellows Falls to Burlington, 118 miles.
Office, 10 Merchants' Exchange.

Timothy Follett, President. Samuel P. Strong,
Charles Linsley, P. Fletcher, John A. Gonant,
Chester Granger, George T. Hodges, N. Fullerton,
Wm. Henry, Jona. Elliot, Nathan Rice, Jona.
Howe, B. T. Reed, Directors. Samuel Henshaw,
Tre'isurer. Samuel Swift, Assistant Treasurer and
Clerk.



50



RAILROADS.



NORTHERN RAILROAD.

From Concord, N. H., to Lebanon, N. H. - -69 Miles.



orncERS.

GEORGE W. NESMITH, of Franklin, N. H., President

JOSEPH B. WALKER, Clerk (Concord, N. H.)

ONSLOW STERNS, Superintendent (Concord, N. H.) GEO. S. HARRIS, Treasurer, pro. tern. (Boston)

[OflSce, No. 9 Kailroad JExchange.j

DIRECTORS.

WILLIAM J. WALKER, of Boston, JOSIAH B. FRENCH, of LoweU,

JOHN R. BREWER, of Boston, FRANCIS N. FISK, of Concord,

GEORGE A. KETTELL, of Charlestown, TIMOTHY KENRICK, of Lebanon.

From Boston by the Lowell Railroad, through Lowell, Nashua, and Manchester, to Concord, N. H.
Leaves Concord on the arrival of the trains from Boston, passing through the towns of Boscawen,
Franklin, Andover, Danbury, Grafton, Canaan, and Enfield to West Lebanon, on the Connecticut
River, there connecting with the Vermont Central and Passumpsic Railroads, and is the nearest route
from IBoston to Central and Northern New Hampshire, Vermont, and the Canadas. It is also the
British Steam Mail Line.

Cars leave Franklin by the Franklin and Bristol branch on the arrival of the first train of cars for
the White Mountains, via New Hampton, Plymouth, Franconia Notch, Littleton, &c.

Numerous Stages connect with the roads, and leave Bristol for new Hampton, Rumney, and towns
in those directions ; Lebanon for Meriden, Claremont, &c. ; Wells River for Littleton, White Mountains,;
N. H., Lyndon, Craftsbury, Vt., and Stanstead, Canada ; White River Village for Woodstock, &c. '
Bethel for Rutland, Middlebury, &c. ; Northfield for Montpelier, Burlington, Montreal, &c.



PLYMPTON BRANCH RAILROAD
COMPANY.

Office, 109 Washington street.
Robert Rantoul, jr., rresident. David Dyer,
James French, Thomas Bates, Benjamin French,
Dorus Clarke, Directors. B. W. Foster, Treasurer.
Samuel Gould, Secretary.

SOUTH SHORE RAILROAD.

From North Braintrce to Cohasset. Treasurer's

Office, 27 State Street.

Alfred C. Hersey, President. Elliot L. White,
John W. Loud, William Humphrey, George T.
Bigelow, James C. Doane, Joseph Loud, jr. Direc-
tors. Oilman Davis, Treasurer.

TAUNTON BRANCH RAILROAD.

Treasurer's Office, 60 State street, Boston.
T. B. Wales, Preside7it. S. Frothingham, J. F.
Loring, S. Quincy, W. A. Crocker, Directors. W.
A. Crocker, General Superintendent. Edwin Pick-
ering, Treasurer and Clerk.

VERMONT CENTRAL RAILROAD.

Office, 15 Merchants' E.xchange.
Charles Paine, President. Isaac Spalding, John
Peck, Daniel White, Isaiah Silver, Robert G. Shaw,
Horatio Adams, Directors. Wm. Warner, Treas-
urer. E. P. Walton, jr., C'/er/c.



SULLIVAN RAILROAD.

From Walpole, N. H., to Winsor, Vt., 25 miles.
Transfer Office, 4 Court street.

Henry Hubbard, President. Ashbell Hamlin,
Charlestown, N. H. ; Isaac Parker, Franklin
Evans, Boston ; Daniel White, Charlestown, Ms. ;
Wm. H. Farwell, Claremont, N. H. ; Wm. T.
Eustis, Boston, Directors. George Olcott, Charles-
town, N. H., Treasurer. P. C. Freeman, Clei'k.

VERMONT AND MASSACHUSETTS
RAILROAD.

From Fitchburgh to Brattleboro*. Office 11, Rail-
road Exchange.
Alvah Crocker, President. Jabez C. Howe, Thos.

Whittemore, C. Tyler, Daniel Bartlett, jr., Joseph

Goodhue, H. Chapman, Lyman Nichols, Directors.

John Rogers, Treasurer and Clerk.

WESTERN RAILROAD.

Office, 12 Railroad Exchange, Court sq.
A. Gilmore, President. A. H. Bullock, Josiah
Stickney, Robert Campbell, James M. Williams,
John Howard, John Branning, Henry B. Grove,
(one vacancy,) Directors. Stephen Fairbanks,
Treastirer. Ellis Gray Loring, Clerk. A. Phelps,
jr., Solicitor.



HAIZ.WAY INFOR3MATIOIT OFFICE.

The Ilailways of New England have become so numerous that there are very few places of any importance which
cannot be reached by this mode of conveyance. The annual returns from thirty-seven railway corporations in Massa-
chusetts, made to thpi Legislature at its last session, show tiiat ahout/orty-sei-en millions of dollars have already been
expended in the construction of railways in this single State. The aggregate length of the roads is 954 miles, besides
88 miles of branches. About 300 miles of new railway were put in operation on the various lines leading to Boston,
during the past year, and the work of construction is still going on vigorously.

This Railway System has effected a wonderful change, not only in the means of locomotion, but in the whole
current of business. To meet the constant call for information in regard to the various lines of railway which have
their common centre in Boston, an office has been established at No. 5 Washington street, from which the
BOSTON PATH-FINDER, a Railway and Advertising Paper, is issued, and also, on the 1st and 15th of each mouth, the

NEW ENGLAND RAILWAY GUIDE,

a very convenient and useful work, published by Geo. K. Snow & Co., under the direction and authority of the New
England Association of Railw.ay Superintendents. An accurate Pocket Companion of this kind, giving the starting
time of each train from each station, on all the Railways in New England, with the distjinces and fares, and other im-
portant information for travellers, is very much needed ; and as this work is issued with the sanction and co-operation
of the l{ailway Superintendents, who furnish the information for their respective roads, it can be relied upon with entire
confidence. ISvery traveller should have one of them in his pocket, and be sure also that it is the last edition, as
changes are very frequently made in the time of starting the trains.



DIRECTORY TO JOY S BUILDING.



51



JOY'S BUILDING.



Located on

Washington Street,

nearly opposite

the head of
State Street.




It occupies

from No. 77 to 85
Washington Street,

and contains
40 Stores and Offices.



JOY'S BUILDING.

AMOS COTTING, Superintendent. Office, No. 3.

This Edifice is admirably adapted to business purposes, and for Offices ; being situated in the centre
of business, nearly opposite the head of State street, it is found a convenient place for a business loca-
tion. The Building stands on the site of the First Church, and since its erection has been remodelled
several times. It now resembles many European edifices in its interior arrangement, having a main
entrance to the centre, from which ascends a circular staircase to the top. Surrounding this, on each
story, are located the offices, all large, airy, and convenient.

Several of the rooms are now unoccupied, giving a good opportunity to those in quest of a central
location, to procure one on desirable terms. It is well adapted to those engaged in the Law business.
Drawing, Engraving, Architecture, &c. In the Directory below will be noticed the various occupations
and occupants.

DIRECTORY TO THE STORES AND OFFICES IN JOY'S BUILDING.



STOEES ON WASHINGTON STBEET.

No. 77. John Marsh, Stationer.

No. 77. Paine & Newcomb's

FRUIT AND REFRESHMENT ROOM,
Basement Story, North Corner.

Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Pastry, Tea
and Coffee, etc., constantly on hand. The cen-
tral location of this Model Fruit and Refresh-
ment Room renders it very convenient for the
accommodation of both stranger and citizen.
The Delicacies of the Tropical, as well as those
of our oion Clijnate, are to be had at this place
in abundance.

No. 79. F. B. Wallis, Boots and Shoes.

No. 83. J. Gooding, Watches and Jewelry.

No. 8.5. Grafton & Co.,

GENTLEMEN'S GLOVE & HOSIERY STORE,
Importers of (1/ores, Hosiery, Under Garments,
iSfC. , and Dealers in every variety of Gentlemen's
Wardrobe Goods ; also manufacture, from the
best materials, by measure. Shirts, Coltars, Neck
Stocks, Sfc.

FIEST STOEY.

No. 81 Washington street,

C. A. Hewins,
FRENCH SHIRT ESTABLISHMENT,
All Shirts made to order (in the Fre7ich Style),
of the best goods, and in the most faithful tnan-
her.

No. 81. Boston and Chelsea Laundry Office.

No. 81. J. Prentiss, Music Dealer.

SECOND STORY.

No. 1. Real Estate Mutual Fike Insuiiance
Company. Chartered in 1846. Insures baild-
ings only.

Willard Sears, President. Geo. B. Sickels,
Secretary. Eben Sears, John P. Monks, Wal-
ter Bryent, Francis Standish, Wm. Macomber,



Edward C. Tillson, Uriah Ritchie, John Coe,
Isaac Tower, James M. Cook, Isaac Adams,
F. Crosby, C. J. Millard, N. Sargent, I. H.
Hazelton, Azel Ames, J. A. Turner, Directors.

No. 1. N. Sargent, Real Estate Agent.

No. 1^. Silvio Gas Light Company. 0. A. Far-
well, Treasurer.
H. J. Sargent, Counsellor.

No. 2. S. E. Bugbee, Architect.

No. 3. Amos Cotting, Sujicrintendent.

No. 4. Benjamin Johnson, Broker.

No. 5. Goodi-ich & Dyer. Merchant Tailor.^.

No. 5.^. D. C. Hitchcock,

DESIGNER & ENGRAVER ON WOOD,
81 Washington street.

No. 6. J. Preston, Architect and Builder.
George W. Gray, Architect.

No. 8. Charles Roath, Architect.

No. 9. A Gushing, Jr.

No. 10. U. A. Bovden, Engineer.

No. 11. J. D. Towle, Architect.

Harvey Graves, Architect.

No. 13. J. Mason, Exchange Broker.

No. 14. Boston Society of Civil Engineers.

No. 18. R. E. Apthorp.

No. 20. Charles Cook, Lithographic Engraver.

No. 21. William Dennison, Architect and Drafts-
man.

No. 22. Max. Isnard, French Consul.

No. 24. J. B. Casas.

No. 26. Colonization Society.

Theological Education Society.

No. 32. Pkople's Daguerreotype Rooms. 81
Washington street.

S. FLETCHER, Proprietor. (Successor to Rice & Heard.)
Miniatures taken in any weather, in good style,
and neatly set iii Lockets, Frames, Pins, or
Rings. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed, or no
charge. TJie Public are incited to call and ex-
amine Specimens.



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DIRECTORY TO MASSACHUSETTS BLOCK



MASSACHUSETTS BLOCK.



Located on

Court Square,

corner of

Williams Court,

near

City Hall.




Erected

in

the Year 1847,

containing

seventy good-sized

Rooms.



MASSACHUSETTS BLOCK.

WILLIAM S. LOVELL, Agent and Superintendent. Office, Nos. 1 & 3 Mass. Block.

This Block fronts on Court Square, opposite the Court House; it is pleasantly situated, and in a
quiet place, central to business ; has a spacious entry, with light and airy rooms, and is well adapted
for lawyer's offices, and other business purposes.



DIRECTORY TO THE ROOMS IN MASSACHUSETTS BLOCK.



FIRST STORY.

No. 2. Magnetic Telegraph Office.
No. 6. Free Soil State Committee.
No. 7. Jonathan Whipple, ConMahle.

William Monroe, Constable.

J. T. Lawton, Constable.
No. 8. Geological Society.
No. 10. B. T. Cliapin, Broker.
No. 11. Samuel K. Blaney, Broker.

A. P. Klines, Broker.
No. 12. Lords & Palmer, Counsellors and Attorneys
No. 13. F. Brinley, Cotmsellor, and Commissioner
for Texas.

SECOND STORY.

No. 14. Day & Gouch, Coumellors.
No. 15. D. S. Gilchrist, Counsellor.
No. 16. William Haskell, Counsellor.
No. 17. Benjamin Haskell, Counsellor.
No. 18. S. W. Robinson, Counsellor.

C. E. Allen, Counsellor.
No. 21. James H. Blake, Real Estate Broker.

C. P. Dexter, Real Estate Broker.
No. 20. Charles L. Woodbury, United States Com-
missioner.
No. 22. Robert Rantoul, jr., ^

and > Coxmsellors.

No. 24. George F. Putnam, )



No. 2.5. S. H. Phillips, Counsellor, and Commissioner
for New York, Ohio, Maryland, Vermont, and
New Hampshire.
No. 26. William E. Parraenter, Counsellor, and

('ommisssoner for New York and Maine.
No. 27. George P. Sanger, Counsellor.
No. 28. B. W. Nichols, Couusellor.

Henry Nichols, Broker.
No. 30. C. W. Larrabee, Counsellor.

THIRD STORY.

No. 31. L. B. Guernsey, Counsellor, and Commis-
iioner for Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont,
Suffolk Co. {Mass.), Connecticut, New York,
and Wiscoiisin.

No. 32. F. L. Andrews, Counsellor.



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