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ALMANAC







MARCH


, 1850








MOON'S PHASES.


Last Quarter, 5th day


3h. 21m. evening.


New Moon, 13th day.


6h. .33m. evening.


First Quarter, 20th day, llh. 14m. evening. |


Full Moon, 27th day.


jh. 42m. evening.


D

Mo


Days of

week.


MISCELLANIES.


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rises 1 sets.


L'gtho
dajs.


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High

Water.








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APRIL, 1850.



MOON'S PHASES.
Last Quarter, 4th day, llh. Om. morning.
New Moon, 12th day, 7h. 2m. morning.
First Quarter, 19th day, 6h. 23m. morning.
FuU Moon, 26th day, 6h. 36m. morning.



Mo



MISCELLANIES.



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Thurs

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Mon

Tues I



About
this time you

will be

called upon

for

INFORMATION

for the

DIRECTORY

Be particular

and give it

Full and Correct.



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MAY, 1850.



MOON'S PHASES.
Last Quarter, 4th day, 6h. Im. morning.
New Moon, 11th day, 6h. 25m. evening.
First Quarter, 18th day, llh. 8m. morning.
FuU Moon, 25th day 7h. 23m. evening.



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31



MISCELLANIES.



The

Common

contains

forty -eight acres ;

the

Public Garden

west of

Charles street

contains

twenty -five acres ;

the

Iron Fence

cost

$82,159 85;

its length

5,9 32 feet.

The

Water

is thrown from

the

Fountain

on the Common,

to the

height of

ninety-two feet.



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JUNE, 1850.



MOON'S PHASES.
Last Quarter, 2d day, llh. 2m. evening.
New Moon, 10th day, 2h. 3om. morning.
First Quarter, 16th day, 5h. 38m. evening.
Full Moon, 24th day, 9h. 26m. morning.



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miscellanies.



Census op Boston


at dififerent Periods


Year.


Pop.


1640 ••


. 4,000


1672 • •


• 7,500


1700 ■ ■


10000


1722 • ■


12.000


1735 • •


16,()00


1742 ■ ■


18,000


1752 ■


17.574


1705 • •


15,520


1791 • ■


18,038


1794 • ■


19,000


1800 • •


25,000


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33,250


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40,000


1820 • •


43,000


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61,400


18.35 ■ •


78,603


1840 • •


93,383


1845 • •


114,366



bast boston.



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7 40!l5 16
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7 40 15 16
7 41 15 16
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2 20' 8 32

2 52 9 26

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4 211 1
sets 11 45

8 40 morn

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I7 4O1I6 I5I1I 45I 2 46



DIRECTORY TO THE MERCHANTS EXCHANGE

HERGHANTS' EXCHANGE.



Corner Stone Laid,

August 2, 1841.

Building completed,
1842.

Cost, exclusive of land,

$175,000.




Dimensions : —

feet.

Width on State st. 76

(Occupying Nos. 47 to 57.)

Height .... 70
Depth to Lindall st. 250
Covers 13,000ft. of land.



OFFICERS OF THE BOSTON EXCHANGE COMPANY.

ROBERT G. SHAW, President. SAMUEL HENSHAW, Treasurer. HENRY TIMMINS, ISAAC LIV-
ERMORE, THADDEUS NICHOLS, ANDREW BELKNAP, THOMAS LAMB, CHARLES R. COD-
MAN, J. T. STEPHENSON, HENRY LEE, PHILO S. SHELTON, JAMES INGERSOLL, Directors.
E. P. WHIPPLE, Superintendent of Exchange Reading Room.

MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE.

This magnificent striicture attracts the attention of the stranger, and is an object of pride to the
citizen. Quincy Granite alone forms the front, having six columns, each forty-five feet high, and weigh-
ing together 330 tons. The building is fire-proof. The staircases are made of iron and stone ; the
roof of wrought iron, and covered with sheet iron. More than a million and half of bricks were used in
its erection. It has three entrances— on State, Congress, and Lindall streets — and is located in the
very heart of trade. The Merchants' Exchange Reading Room is really magnificent ; its dimensions
are eighty by fifty-eight feet, with eighteen columns, twenty feet in length. They are an excellent
imitation of Sienna marble, crowned with Corinthian capitals. The brilliant dome is highly finished
ornamental work, with a beautiful, enamelled sky-light of colored glass.

DIRECTORY TO THE MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE.



LOWER FLOOR.

N. E. MUTUAL MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
J. U. Adams, President. E. P. Meriam, Secretary.

%* For particulars, see page 7, Advertising Department.

WARREN INSURANCE COMPANY.

Their capital stock is $150,000, and they continue to in-
sure against Marine Risks to an amount not exceeding
$15,000 on any one risk. They have discontinued writing
on the Mutual principle.
John L. Dimmock, President. IIenrt Crocker, Secretary.

Directors : — John L. Dimmock, J. B. Lincoln, Albert
Fearing, Matthew Cobb, Francis B. Bay, Isaiah Bangs,
Aaron Rice, Charles T. Savage, Elisha Atkins, James S.
Wiggin, Daniel C. Baker, Arthur Pickering, E. Lassell, jr.,
John Tyler, jr.

CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
E. B. Pratt, Agent.

EQUITABLE SAFETY MARINE INSURANCE CO.

John Clark, President. Samuel Wueeler, Secretary.

Their capital and assets now exceed Ualf a Million of
Dollars, and the capital is invested in the best of bank
stocks and other good securities, and they continue to insure
against JIaritime and Fire perils, upon the Mutual princi-
ple, to an amount not exceeding $20,000 on one risk.

They also give notice that they have declared a dividend
of Six Per Cent, payable, in cash, on the .second Monday of
March, on all the present issues of script.

NORFOLK COUNTY HEALTH INSURANCE CO.

Stephen Bates, Secretary and General Agent.

For President and Directors, see page 30.

POST OFFICE.
William Hatden, Post Master.

MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE HOTEL.
Henry Doolet, Proprietor.

Hudson & Smith, telegraphic office. Exchange
Reading Room.



FIRST STORY.

No. 1. Market Bank.

No. 2. North Bank.

No. 3. C. Torrey, broker. E. Cabot, ship broker.

T. J. Lobdell, exchange broker.
No. 4. S. Henshaw & Son, brokers.

No. 5. Hales, Page & Richardson,

Adjusters of Averages and Agents for the following In.sur-

ance Companies, viz : —

ALBION LIFE INSURANCE CO., OF LONDON.

Capital, ,f5,000,(X)0.

HOWARD FIRE INSURANCE CO., N. Y.

Paid up capital, $250,000.

NORTH WESTERN FIRE INSURANCE CO., N. Y.

Paid up capital, $250,000.

LEXINGTON FIRE »t MARINE INS. CO. OF KENTUCKY.

Paid up capital, $300,000.

COLUMBUS FIRE & MARINE INS. CO., OF OHIO.

Paid up capital, $200,000.

No. 5. Vernon Brown, ship broker.
Merchants' Exchange Reading Room.

SECOND STORY.

No. 7- Concord & New Haven Railroad Company.
Connecticut & Pass. Railroad Company.
No. 8. Wm. Cleveland, mercantile agency.
No. 9. Michigan Central Railroad Office.
No. 10. Rutland Railroad Company.
No. 14. Old Colony Railroad Otfice.
No. 1.5. Vermont Central Railroad Office.
No. 16. Cape Cod Railroad Office.

THIRD STORY.

No. 18. Board of Brokers.

No. 19. James Gould, commission merchant.

No. 24. Rawdon, Wright & Hatch, engravers.

No. 27. B. Welles.

No. 33. Bank Note Engravers.



SUGAR REFINERY, BAST BOSTON INSURANCE CO., AND SAVINGS BANK.



BOSTON



SUGAR



REFINERY




Incorporated



in



1834.



OFFICERS.

THOMAS LAMB, President.
JOSIAH STICKNEY, Treasurer. RICHAHD SOULE, Agent.

[Office, 154 State Street.] [Office, 134 State Street.]



This extensive Establishment is located at East Boston, on Lewis St. between Webster

and Sumner Streets.

[Incorporated in 1834.]



CENSUS OP EAST BOSTON, 1849.

During the months of March and April, this section of the citj' of Boston was carefully canvassed for
the Directory, and to ascertain the number of its inhabitants, and other facts connected with its
growth and prosperity. By the following statement it will be perceived that East Boston is rapidly in-
creasing in population.



Number of males over 21 years of age, .... 2490

" " " between 14 and 21, 369

" " " under 14 years, 1716



Number of females over 18 years of age, . . . 2401
*' " " between 14 and 18, ... . 313
" " " under 14 years, 1741



4575 4455

Total, 9030

Number of families 1780

" " houses, 1217 — of which 65 were vacant.

" " other buildings, 290 — embracing stables, barns, work-shops, man-
ufactories, &c. &c.

Population of East Boston, in 1845, according to L. Shattuck's Census, was 5018.
" " 1849, " " G. Adams ' " is 9030.



EAST BOSTON SAVINGS BANK.

Winthrop Block, Maverick Square, East Boston.

OFFICERS OP THE INSTITUTION.

JAMES CUNNINGHAM, President.

SAMUEL HALL, Vice-President.

ALBERT BOWKER, Secretary and Treasurer.

Trustees, — Ebenezer Atkins, Henry Brevoort,
George W. Brown, James Cunningham, Phineas
M. Crane, Thomas D. Demond, William Fetty-
place, William O. Ford, Mark Googins, Samuel
Hall, Samuel W. Hall, Richard Hennessey, Dan'l
D. Kelley, Donald McKay, Benjamin Lamson,
William R. Lovejoy, John Pierce, George H.
Plummer, Joseph Robbins, George Sturtevant,
Noah Sturtevant, Richard Soule, jr., Otis Tufts,
James M. Whiton, Alfred A. Wellington.



EAST BOSTON COMPANY.

WILLIAM H. SUMNER, President.

WILLIAM C. BARSTOW, Treas. ^ SuperinH.

EDWARD S. RAND, Solicitor.

GEORGE F. WADSWORTH, Clerk.

Directors, — W. H. Sumner, Benjamin Lamson,
C. C. Gilbert, Lewis Rice, John Foster, A. A.
Wellington, Joseph Andrews, J. Amory Davis,
Charles J. Hendee.

Treasurer's Office — 75 State street.
Superintendent's Office — Maver'k sq. E.Boston.



MAVERICK MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO.

Winthrop Block, Maverick Square, East Boston.

ALBERT BOWKER, President.

JOHN B. DREW, Secretary.
Directors, — Benjamin Lamson, James Cunning-
ham, William C. Barstow, Samuel Hall, John Har-
mon, Noah Sturtevant, John Atkins, David Mor-
gan, Henry D. Gardiner, Nathaniel Seaver, Tho's
Edwards, Henry T. Butler, Harvey Rogers, Wm.
A. Noyes, Albert Bowker, Henry Rice, Boston.
Ebenezer Weeks, Lvnn. Joseph S. Tillinghast,
New Bedford. David Perkins, Fall River. Elij. W.
Upton, Danvers. Ebenez. Bradbury, Newburyport.
Henry Russell, Salem. Joel Powers, Lowell. J. D.
Decreet, Springfield. James Eastbrook, Worcester.
Horace T. Hodges, Northampton.



EAST BOSTON WHARF

Extends from the Commissioners' Line, north of
the Ferry, to Webster street, one thousand feet in
length, having a wide platform the whole length,
where vessels can lay with perfect safetv, protected
from easterly or southerly gales, and ships of the
largest size can lay afloat at all times of tide.
Large accommodations for wharfage of coal, lum-
ber, staves, &c. Large brick and wooden ware-
houses, for storage of cotton, molasses, salt, dye
wood, naval stores, and other merchandise.



CITY REC



STREETS, AVENUES, COURTS, ETC, IN THE CITY OF BOSTON.



A street, S. B. from Dorchester Turnpike, across

4th street, to Boston wharf
Acorn, from Willow to W. Cedar street
Adams, from Sudbury to Ivers street
Adams place, opens 11 Bridge street
Adams place, from E, near 3d, S. B.
Adams court or lane, from Washington, near 732
^tna place, opens at 7 Kingston street
Alba court, opens 17 School street
Albany, from Beach to Troy street
Albion, from Dover to W. Castle street
Alden court, opens W. side of Alden street
Alden, from 139 Coin-t to Sudbury street
Allen court, opens 37 Allen street
Allen, from Chambers to Brighton street
Allen place, opens 39 Allen street
Allston, from Bowdoin to Somerset street
Allston place, from Allston street
Almont place, from 18 Blossom street
Andover, from Causeway to Minot street
Andover court, opens 6 Andover street
Ann, from Union to Commercial street
Arch, from Franklin place to 28 Summer street
Arch place, from 113 Hanover street
Arnold, from Washington to Suffolk street
Ash, from 6 Oak to Bennet street
Ashburton place, from 48 Bowdoin to Somerset St.
Ashland, from Leveret to Chambers street
Ashland av., from 680 Wash'n St. to Harrison av.
Asylum, from 570 Wash'n st. to 191 Harrison av.
AthenEeum com-t, opens 72 Atkinson street
Athens, from 2d to Dorchester street
Atkinson, from Milk to Purchase street
Auburn, from Brighton st. av. across Livingston st.
Auburn court, from 70 Cambridge street
Avery, from 387 Washington to Mason street
Avery place, opens N. side Avery street
Avon, from E street

Avon place, opens at 264 Washington street
B street, S. B. from Dorchester Turnpike, across

Broadway, to the water
Baker's alley, from 99 Broad street
Baldwin place, opens at 70 Salem street
Barre place, opens N. side of Eliot, n. Tremont st.
Barrett, from 77 Ann to 6 Fulton street
Bartlett, from 187 Hanover to 304 Ann street
Bartlett place, from 56 Salem street
Barton, from Leveret to Lowell street
Bath, from Milk, opposite Pearl, to Water street
Battery, from 378 Commercial to 199 Haaover st.
Batterymarch, from Liberty square to Broad street
Bay, at 43 Fayette street
Beach, from 410 Washington to Sea street
Beacon hill, from Bowdoin to Mt Vernon street
Beacon, from Tremont to Western avenue
Bedford, from 290 Washington to Summer street
Bedford place, N. side Bedford street
Bedford court, S. W. side Bedford street
Belcher lane, from Fort Hill to Broad street
Belknap, from Beacon to 56 Cambridge street
Belknap place, from 11 Belknap street
Belmont, from Washington sq. to Fort Hill wf.
Belmont square, from Sumner to Marginal street
Bennet avenue, from N. Bennet to Prince street
Bennet, from 462 Washington to 91 Harrison av.
Bennet (N.), from 208 Hanover to Salem street



Bennet place, opens 2 N. Bennet street
Bennet place, from 20 Bennet street
Bennington place, from Bennington street
Bennington, E. B. from Central square
Bessoni court, from Webster street
Beverly, from Causeway to Charlestown street
Billerica, from Causeway to Minot street
Billings court, from 9 Friend street
Blackstone, from Clinton to Haymarket square
Blackstone square, near 773 Washington street
Blake's court, opens at 740 Washington street
Blanchard court, opens 705 Washington street
Blanche court, opens 38 Tyler street
Blossom, from 91 Cambridge to Allen street
Blossom place, opens at 15 Blossom street
Blossom court, from 7 Blossom street
Bolton, from 2d to Dorchester street
Bond, from South Lowell to Hanson street
Border, E. B. from Sumner to Condor street
Bowdoin, from Cambridge to Beacon street
Bowdoin court, opens 57 Bowdoin street
Bowdoin square, between Cambridge and Court st.
Bowen court, opens 5 Belknap street
Boylston, Boylston market to the water, back bay
Boylston place, opens 54 Boylston, opp. burying
Boylston sq., S side Bovlston market [ground

Bradford, from Waltham to Medford com-t
Bradford place, opens between 6 & 7 Mason street
Bradley place, from Eniicot, opposite 32
Branch avenue, from Spruce to Charles street
Brattle, from Dock square to 77 Court street
Brattle square, from Brattle to Elm street
Bread, from 88 Broad to 38 India street
Bremen, from Sumner

Bridge, N. from 115 Cambridge street to Hospital
Bridge strdet court, opposite 20 Bridge street
Bridge court, opens W. Cedar, near Cambridge st.
Briggs place, from Suffolk, near Dover street
Brighton, fi-om Allen to Lowell R. R. Depot
Brighton street avenue, f. Brighton to Auburn st.
Brighton court, from Brighton, near Allen street
primmer place, opens at 22 Essex street
Broad, from State to Sea, bottom of Summer st.
Broadway, from Turnpike to K street
Bromfield, from 209 Washington to Tremont street
Brookline, from Harrison avenue to Tremont st.
Brooks, from Condor to Border street
Bulfinch, from Bowdoin square to Allston street
Bulfinch place, between Bulfinch and Bowdoin st.
Bumstead court, opens opposite W. end Boylston
market [street

Bumstead place, opens Tremont, near Bromfield
BuiToughs place, from HoUis street
Bussey place, opens opposite 5 v^ch street
Butler square, opens on Chatham street
Butolph, from 84 Cambridge to Myrtle street
Buttrick place, from N. Margin street
BjTon, from River street to the water
C street, from 7th to 1st

Cambridge, from Bowdoin square to W. B. bridge
Camden, from 805 Washington to Tremont street
Camden place, from 808 Washington street
Canal, from Haymarket square to Causeway street
Canton, from Harrison avenue to Tremont street
Canton street court, opens at 1 Canton street
Canton st. place, from Canton, near Washington st.



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Capen place, opens 49 Hanover street
Carlton place, opens 51 S. side Eliot street
Carnes court, S. side from 15 Hawkins street
Carney place, opens 679 Washington street
Carroll place, opens 60 Salem street
Carver, from 73 Pleasant to 74 Boylston street
Castle, from 161 Harrison avenue to Tremont st.
Causeway, from Leveret to Charlestown bridge
Cedar (S.), from 104 Pleasant street to the water
Cedar ( W.), from 57 Chesnut to Cambridge street
Cedar street place, opens 10 S. Cedar street
Central, from 32 Kilby to 10 India street
Central court, from 240 Washington to Avon place
Central place, opens 15 Winter street
Central sq., junction Meridian and Bennington st.
Centre, from Orleans to Marginal st., E. Boston
Centre (W.), from 122 Cambridge to 65 Pinckney st.
Centre (N.), from 85 Hanover to 78 Ann street
Chambers, from 39 Cambridge to Spring street place
Chambers street court, opens 22 Chambers street
Champney pi. op. W. side W. Centre, n. May st.
Change avenue, from 54 State to Market square
Channing, from Federal to Atkinson street
Chapel place, opens 231 Washington street
Chapel place (N.), opens 45 Friend street
Chapman place, opens 34 School street
Chardon, from Bowdoin square to Hawkins street
Chardon street place, opens from Chardon street
Chardon street court, opens E. side Chardon street
Charles, from Boylston to W. Boston bridge
Charles (X.), from Livingston street to the water
Charlestown, from Haymarket sq. to Causeway st.
Charter, from 230 HanoA'er to Commercial street
Chatham, fr. 21 Merchants row to Commercial st.
Chatham row, from 12 Chatham to 1 Long wharf
Chauncy place, from 43 Summer street
Cheever place, from Sumner, above Cottage st.
Chelsea, from Tremont to Suffolk street
Chelsea, from Ma\°rick square to the bridge, E. B.
Cherry, from 663 Washington to Suffolk street



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