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Temple avenue, opens 307 Washington street
Terrace place, Webster st. opp. side Belmont sq.
Thacher, from 71 Prince to Charlestown street
Thacher avenue, from 34 Thacher to Cooper street
Thacher street court, opens 29 E. side Thacher st.
Theatre alley, from Milk st. to rear of Theatre
Third (3d.), 'from 2d to K street
Tileston, from 214 Hanover to 109 Salem street
Tileston place, opens 6 Tileston street
To^\'nsend pi. (N.), op. fr. Coml., opp. Bartlett's wf.
TowTisend place (S.), opens 6 Carver street
Trant's alley, from 153 Ann street
Travers, from Merrimac to Charlestown street
Tremont, fr. court st. to Roxbury, by the Common
Tremont place, rear Tremont House
Tremont row, from Beacon to Court street
Trenton, from Meridian to Eagle street
Troy, from 242 Harrison avenue to Albany street
Trumbull, from Newland to Tremont street
Tyler, from Beach to Curve street
Tyler court, opens on Harrison av. opp. Pine st.
Tyler pi. opens on E. side Tyler, n. Kneeland st.
Turnpike, fr.N. Free Bridge, S. B., to Dorch.turnp.
Union, from Dock square to Haymarket square
Unity, from Charter to 14 Tileston street
Unity court, opens 3 Unity street
Utica, south from South street place
Utica place, from Utica to South, near Beach st.
Yernon, from 89 Leveret to 70 Lowell street
Yernon place, opens 23 Charter street
Yillage, from opposite 27 Dover to Castle street
Yillage place, from W. Castle to Orange street
Yine, from N. Russell to C)'prus street



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WHARVES .



"Walnut, from 38 Beacon to 28 Mt. Vernon street
Wall, from Minot to Cotting street
Waltham, from Tremont to Washington street
Warren, from 581 Washington to Eliot street
Warren place, from 54 Warren to 69 Pleasant st.
Warren square, from 25 Merrimac to Friend street
Washburn place, from 74 Charter street
Washington, from Dock square to Roxbury
Washington court, opens 733 Washington street
Washington sq. includes all the buildings round

the walk on Fort Hill
Washington place, from Wash. av. to Belcher lane
Washington av. from Purchase to Wash, square
Water, from 128 Washington to 37 Broad street
Waverly place, opens 18 South street
Webster, from Sumner st. to Tufts' Works, E. B.
Webster place, from 13 Fleet street
Well, from Custom House to Wharf street
Wells place, from 741 Washington street
Wendell, from Oliver to Hamilton street
Wesley, from Chelsea to Meridian st. E. B.
Wesley place, opens 192 Hanover street
West, from 333 Washington to Tremont street



West Cedar, from Chesnut to Cambridge street
Western av. from Charles to Brookline, over river
Weston, from Tremont to Suffolk street
Wharf, from 100 Broad to 43 India street
Wheeler's court, opens 40 Pleasant street
White, from Border to Trenton street
Wilberforce place, from Southac, near W. Cedar st.
Willard place, opens 815 Washington street
Williams, from 70 Federal to Atkinson street
Williams court, through arch, 103 Washington st.
Willow, from 37 Chesnut to 70 Mt. Vernon street
Wilson lane, 26 State street to 32 Dock square
Winslow place, opens 55 Chambers street
Winter, from 271 Washington to 157 Tremont st.
Winter place, opens 20 Winter street
Winthrop place, opens 50 Summer street
Winthrop, from Maverick square to Paris street
Worcester, from Tremont st. to Harrison avenue
Woodward, from E street to Dorchester
Wordsworth, from Saratoga street
Wright's ct. op. Broadway, opp. Episcopal church
Zone, from Grove place to rear of W. Cedar street



WHARVES IN BOSTON HARBOR.



Allen's, from Sumner st. East Boston
Arch, Broad street, 2d N. Fort Hill wharf
Aspinwall's Mast Yard, Commercial street
Aspinwall, from New street. East Boston
Atkins, Commercial street, near Charter street
Atlantic Steamship wharf, Marginal st. E. Boston
Baltimore Packet Pier, opposite 35 Commercial st.
Bartlett's, near Gr.ay's wharf. Commercial street
Battery, Commercial street, near the Railway
Belcher's, near Central square
Benson's, Sea street, north of S. Boston free bridge
Blake's, P street

Boston, 1st street, S. Boston, near the Turnpike
Brimmer's T, opens from Long wharf
Brooks', foot of C street, S. B.
Brown's, Commercial st. near Charlestown bridge
Brown's (S.), from Broad street
Brown & Lovell's, foot of Sumner street, E. Boston
Bull, Broad street, opposite E. end Summer st.
Central, betw. India and Long wf. foot of Milk st.
Chamberlin's, Commercial, near Charter street
Child's wharf, Harrison avenue, near the bridge
City, Commercial street, opposite F. H. Market
Clifton, Border st. c. Maverick st. East Boston
Comey's, Commercial, opposite Foster street
Commercial, opposite 76 Commercial street
Constitution, Commercial, near Hanover street
Cunningham's, Sumner, opposite Border street
Curtis's, opens 48 Sea street
Derby's, next west side Cragie's bridge
Dolbeare's, Broad street, next Liverpool wharf
Drake's, opens 43 Sea street

East Boston Ferry, East. Railroad wharf [st.

East Boston, f. ferry line,W. side Lewis, to Webster
Eastern Packet Pier, opposite 64 Commercial st.
Eastern R. R., Marginal, from Lewis to Orleans st.
Eastern Steamboat, Commercial, opp. Foster st.
Emery & Tirrell's, 1.34 Sea street
Farwell, Sea street, next S. B. free bridge
Ferry, foot Lewis street, E. Boston
Fiske's, Commercial street, opposite Foster street
Forbes', on Border, be. Decatur st. and Central sq.
Fort Hill, Broad st. 5th N. liverpool wharf
Foster's, Broad street, foot of Fort Hill
Francis, Sea street, opposite East street
Goodnow's, Causeway st. n. Charles River bridge
Graving Ways, Commercial, n. Battery street
Grand Junction R. R. and Depot Co., Marginal st.
Gray's, Commercial, near Foster street
Griggs & Forbes, Causeway street



Hall's, Border, foot of Decatur street

Harris's, Commercial street, n. end Hanover st.

Harris's Mast Yard, near Winnisimmet ferry

Hobb's, 90 Sea street

Holbrook & Dillon's, Broad, S. side Fort Hill wf.

Hoppin's, Charles st. next S. Cambridge bridge

Howe's, Sea street, opposite Kneeland street

India, at the south end India street

Ingersoll's, near north end Charter street

Josselyn, foot Maverick street. East Boston

Kelley & Holmes's Marine Railway, Sumner, E. B.

Leighton's, Causeway, opposite Medford street

Lewis, next N. Commercial wharf

Lewis & Clapp's, Commercial, near Charter street

Lincoln's, junction Ann and Commercial street

Liverpool, Broad, opposite Pearl street

Locke's, Marginal street, E. B.

Lombard, from Sumner, opp. Paris street

Long, east end State street

Lowell R. R. wf. corner of Andover and Minot sts.

Lynes', 150 Sea street

McHugh's, Sea, N. of Munn's wf.

McKays, Border, foot of Eutaw st.

Maine, Broad, east end Summer street

Marine Railway, Commercial, foot of Ann street

Martin's, Sea street, near Benson's wharf

Mercantile, includes Eastern, Phila. and Baltimore

Packet Piers, Commercial street
Middlesex Canal Landing, Haverhill, n. W. bridge
Miller's, from New street, East Boston
Monk's, near 1st street

Munn's, Sea street, 2d from S. Boston bridge
Otis', E. side Broad st. next N. Arch wharf
Packard's, Broad street, next Arch wharf
Pearl st. wharf, 264 Broad, opposite Pearl street
Philadelphia Packet Pier, 55 Commercial street
Pigeon (Sr Pool's, foot Liverpool st. East Boston
Pioneer Drv Dock, next Otis' wharf
Piper's, 30 Sea, N. of East street
Pope's, Harrison avenue, 2d N. of S. bridge
Pratt & Cushing's, from New street, E. Boston
Prentice's, Broad, rear 43 Purchase street
Raymond's, foot of Livingston street
Ripley's, Commercial, near Foster street
Rowe's, next S. of India wharf
Ruby's, Causeway, next to Goodnow's wharf
Russia, Broad, opposite Atkinson street
Sargent's, Commercial, opposite Clark street
Shaw's, next E. old Charlestown bridge
Spaulding's, Brighton, near Poplar street



HALLS, BUILDINGS, OFFICES, ETC



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Spear's, 3d N. of Liverpool wharf

Stetson's, foot I and 1st street

Stone & Adams', near Cambridge bridge

Summer street, foot Summer street

T, opens between 46 and 47 Long wharf

Taylor's, Brighton street, near Hospital

Thompson's, Commercial, near Charter street

Tilden's, Causeway, opposite Canal street

Tileston's, Broad, near Summer street

Tirrell's, Sea, between Kneeland and Beach streets

Tirrill's, Harrison avenue, near the bridge



Trull's, Causeway, next Fitchburg depot
Tufts', foot of Webster street. East Boston
Tuttle's, foot of London street. East Boston
Union, opposite 320 Commercial street
Vinal's, Commercial, opposite Charter street
Wales', 80 Sea, opposite Beach street
Weelvs', corner New and Sumner streets
Wilder & Bosworth's, 136 Sea street
Winnisimmet Eerryway, N. end Hanover street
Wood's, Charles, near May street



HALLS, BUILDINGS, OFFICES, ETC.



Adj. & Quart. Master-Gen. ofRce, State House
Albany block, Albany, corner Kneeland street
Amer. Acad, of Arts and Sciences, Library, 7 1-2

Tremont row
Amory Hall, 323 Washington, corner West st.
Aqueduct office, 28 State st. [st.

Asylum, Female Orphan, Washington, c. Asylum
Barker's building. Turnpike, corner 4th street
Bay State Hall, Washington, corner Boylston st.
Beach Street Theatre, Beach st.
Blanchard block. Court, n. Hanover street
Boston Athenseum, Beacon street
Boston Library, over Arch, Franklin place
Boston Med. Library, in the Athenaeum, Beacon st.
Boston Museum, Tremont, n. Court street
Boston Society of Natural History, Mason st., n.

Adams school-house
Boston Theatre, c. Federal and Franklin streets
Bowdoin block. Milk street

Boylston Market, Washington, c. Boylston street
Boylston Hall, over Boylston market
Brazer's building, 27 State street
Brooks' block, Pearl street
Canal block, Blackstone street
Churches, see Index ^

City Hall, between Court square and School street
City Mission office, 21 Cornhill
Cochituate Hall, Phillips place, Tremont street
Concert Hall, Court, cor. Hanover street
Constables' office, Franklin av., Court sq., and

basement Court House
Court House, Court street and square
Cruft's block. Pearl street
Crystal Fountain Hall, Cross street
Custom House, foot of State street
Custom House block, Lojig wharf
Dalton block. Congress street
Derby Range, Court, head of Sudbury street
Diamond block, Hanover, near Union street
District Clerk's office. Court House, Court street
Engines, see Index — Fire Department
Eye and Ear Infirmary, 1 Green street
Faneuil Hall, Merchants' row, op. Market house
Faneuil Hall Market, between N. & S. Market sts.
Female Refuge, Rutland, corner Suffolk street
Franklin Hall, Franklin street
Gas Light Co. counting room, 102 Washington st.
Genealogical Society, room 8 Mass. block
Gerrish block, corner of Ann and Blackstone sts.
Gray's building, 30 Court street
Hancock Hall, 339 Washington street
Haskins' building, Court, corner Howarc^ street
Health office. City Hall
Higgins block, Broadway, near E street
Hitchborn block, Ann, corner Bartlett street
Holmes' block, Haymarket square
Howard Athenfeum, Howard street
Jail, Leveret street

Jefferson block, Ann, near Clark street
Johnson's block. Commercial, near bridge
Joy's building, 81 Washington street
Lawrence block. Milk and Federal street



I Lyceum Hall, Broadway, corner E street
Lying-in-Hospital, 718 Washington street
Masonic Temple, Tremont street
Magnetic Telegraph office, 2 Massachusetts block
Massachusetts Arsenal, Pleasant street
Massachusetts block. Court square
Massachusetts Charitable Mechan. Asso. Savings

Bank building, Tremont street
Mass. Histo. Society Hall, over Savings Bank
Massachusetts Hor. Society room, School street
Massachusetts General Hospital, Allen street
Maverick block, E. B., Maverick square
Melodeon, 361 Washington [Grove street

Medical College, n. Mass. General Hospital, foot
Mercantile Library, Province, corner Bromfield st.
Merchants' Bank building, 28 State street
Merchants' Excliange, State street
! Milk Street block, Milk street [Miss., Pemb. sq.
i Missionary Rooms of American Board of Foreign
Morton block, from Milk, cor. Morton place
National Theatre, Merrimac street
New England block, Clinton street
Newman's block, from 112 Pleasant street
Newspaper Exchange, 22 School street
Niles's Building, Change avenue
North End block, Commercial, n. Hull street
Offices of Manufacturing and other Companies, see
Business Directory, under the head of Manu-
facturing and other Companies
Office of Ministry at Large, School, c. Wash'n st.
Old South block. Milk street
Old State House, State street
Oregon block, Pearl street
Otis buildings, c. of State and Dev. streets
Pantheon Hall, near Boylston market
Park Hall, Tremont, corner Boylston street
Public Houses, see Business Directory
Quincy block. Pearl street
Railroad block, Lincoln street, near depot
Railroad depots, see Railroad Companies, Index
Railroad offices, see Railroad Companies, Index
Railroad Exchange, Court square
Reading Rooms, see Business Directory
Ritchie block, Maverick square, E. B.
Ritchie Hall, Maverick square, E. B.
Samaritan Hall, 352 Washington street
Savings Bank building, Tremont street
School Houses, see Index, under schools
Scollay's building, Court, Pemberton hill
Sears' block, 63 Court street
Sewall block, Milk street
Shawmut Hall, 221 Washington street
South ^Market, Beach, n. Lincoln street
Suffolk building, rear 60 State street
Suffolk Hall. Washington, opposite Boylston
Thacher block, 1st street, near A street
Thorndike building, corner State and Congress st.
Tremont Temple, Tre'nt st., opp. Tremont House
Tudor's building 20 Court street
Union block. Union street
Water Commissioners, 119 Washington street
Winthrop Hall, Tremont row



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BOUNDARIES OF WARDS



BOUNDARIES OF WARDS.



1. — Beginning at Winnisimmet ferry, thence on
the west side of Hanover street, to Richmond
street ; thence on the north side of Richmond
street, crossing Salem street, to Cooper street ; on
north side of Cooper street, crossing Charlestown
street, to Beverly street ; thence on the easterly
side of Beverly street to the water.

2. — Beginning at Winnisimmet ferry, thence
on the easterly side of Hanover street to Union
street ; thence on the east side of Union street to
Dock square ; thence on the north side of North
Market street, to the water on the north side of
the City wharf.

3. — Beginning at the water, thence on the west-
erly side of Beverly street to Charlestown street ;
thence on the southerly side of Cooper street and
Richmond street to Hanover street; thence on the
north-westerly side of Hanover street to Union
street ; thence on the westerly side of Union street
to Elm street ; thence on the northerly side of Elm
street to Hanover street ; thence across Hanover
street to Portland street ; thence on the easterly
side of Portland street to Sudbury street ; thence
on the north-westerly side of Sudbury street to
Hawkins street ; thence on the north-easterly side
of Hawkins street to Chardon street ; thence on
the north-westerly side of Chardon street to Green
street ; thence on the north-easterly side of Green
street to Lyman place ; thence on the east and
north sides of Lyman place to Prospect street ;
thence on the eastern side of Prospect street to
Causeway street ; thence on the north-easterly side
of Lowell street to the water.

4. — Beginning at the north-easterly corner of
City wharf, thence on the northerly side of City
wharf to North Market street ; thence on the south-
erly side of North Market street, across Dock
square, to Elm street ; thence on the southerly side
of Elm street to Hanover street, crossing Hanover
street to Portland street ; thence on the south-
westerly side of Portland street to Sudbury street ;
thence on the south-easterly side of Sudbury street
to Hawkins street ; thence on the south-westerly
side of Hawkins street to Chardon street ; thence
on the south-easterly side of Chardon street to
Bowdoin square ; thence on the south-westerly
side of Green street to Staniford street ; thence on
the easterly side of Staniford street to Cambridge
street ; thence on the southerly side of Cambridge
street to Belknap street ; thence on ths easterly
side of Belknap street to Mount Vernon street ;
thence on the northerly and easterly sides of Mount
Vernon street to Beacon street ; thence on the
northerly side of Beacon street to Tremont street ;
thence on the north-westerly side of Tremont street
to Court street ; thence on the northerly side of
Court street and State street to Long wharf ;
thence on the southerly side of said wharf to the
end thereof, including East Boston and all the
islands in the harbor.

5. — Beginning at the easterly end or Cambridge
bridge, thence on the northerly side of Cambridge
street to Staniford street ; thence on the westerly
side of Staniford street to Green street, crossing
Green street to Lyman place ; thence on the west-
erly side of Lyman place to Prospect street ; thence
on the westerly side of Prospect street, crossing
Causeway street, to Lowell street ; thence on the
south-westerly side of Lowell street to the water.

6» — Beginning at the easte^'ly end of Cambridge
bridge, thence on the southerly side of Cambridge
street to Belknap street; thence on the westerly
side of Belknap street to Beacon street ; thence on
the northerly side of Beacon street to the bounda-
ry line between Boston and Roxbury, on the
Western avenue.



7. — Beginning at the corner of Beacon street
and Belknap street, thence on the easterly side of
Belknap street to Mount Vernon street ; thence
on the southerly side of Mount Vernon street to
Beacon street ; thence on the southerly side of
Beacon street to Tremont street ; thence on the
south-easterly side of Tremont street to Court
street ; thence on the southerly side of Court street,
crossing Washington street, to State street ; thence
on the southerly side of State street to Congress
street ; thence on the westerly side of Congress
street to Milk street ; thence on the northerly side
of Milk street to Federal street ; thence on the
westerly side of Federal street to Franklin place ;
thence on the northerly side of Franklin place to
Hawiey street ; thence on the westerly side of
Hawley street to Summer street ; thence on the
southerly side of Summer street to Chauncy place ;
thence on the westerly side of Chauncy place and
Bedford place, crossing Bedford street, on the west-
erly side of Rowe street to Essex street; thence on
the northerly side of Essex street to Washington
street ; thence on the westerly side of Washington
street to Boylston street ; thence on the northerly
side of Boylston street to Tremont street ; thence
on the easterly side of Tremont street to Park
street ; thence on the north-easterly side of Park
street to Beacon street ; thence on the northerly
side of Beacon street to the comer of Belknap
street.

8. — Beginning at the water on the southerly side
of Long wharf, thence on the southerly side of
State street to Congress street ; thence on the east-
erly side of Congress street to Milk street ; thence
on the southerly side of Milk street to Federal
street ; thence on the easterly side of Federal
street to Channing street ; thence on the northerly
side of Channing street to Atkinson street ; thence
on the north-easterly side of Atkinson street, cross-
ing Purchase street and Broad street, to the water
on the soiitherly side of Russia wharf.

9, — Beginning at the water on the southerly
side of Hobbs' wharf, thence crossing Sea street to
Beach street ; thence on the northerly side of
Beach street to Washington street ; thence on the
easterly side of Washington street to Essex street ;
thence on the southerly side of Essex street to
Rowe street ; thence on the easterly side of Rowe
street, crossing Bedford street, on the easterly side
of Bedford place and Cltauncy place to Summer
street ; thence on the northerly side of Summer
street to Hawley street ; thence on the easterly
side of Hawley street to Franklin place ; thence
on the southerly side of Franklin place to Federal
street ; thence crossing Federal street to Channing
street j thence on the southerly side of Channing
street to Atkinson street ; thence on the south-
westerly side of Atkinson street, crossing Purchase
street and Broad street, to the water on the south-
erly side of Russia wharf.

10. — Beginning at the water on the southerly
side of Hobbs' wharf, thence crossing Sea street to
Beach street ; thence on the southerly side of
Beach street to Washington street ; thence on the
westerly side of Washington street to Boylston
street ; thence on the southerly side of Boylston
street to Pleasant street ; thence on the easterly
side of Pleasant street to Eliot street ; thence on
the northerly side of Eliot street to Carver street ;
thence on the easterly side of Carver street to
Pleasant street ; thence on the north-easterly side
of Pleasant street to Washington street ; thence
crossing Washington street to Indiana street ;
thence on the northerly side of Indiana street to
Harrison avenue ; thence on the easterly side of
Harrison avenue to a new street, crossing the



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South Cove ; thence on the northerh' side of said
street to the water on the southerly side of Guild
& Cowdin's wharf.

11. — Beginning at the corner of Boylston street
and Pleasant street, thence on the westerly side of
Pleasant street to Eliot street ; thence on the
southerly side of Eliot street to Carver street ;
thence on the westerly side of Carver street to
Pleasant street ; thence on the south-westerly side
of Pleasant street to Washington street ; thence



crossing Washington street to Indiana street ;
thence on the southerly side of Indiana street to
Harrison avenue ; thence on the westerly side of
Harrison avenue to a new street crossing the South
Cove ; thence on the southerly side of said street
to the water on the southerly side of Guild & Cow-
din's wharf; — all south and west of the above-de-
scribed line to Roxbury.

12.— All South Boston.



WARD ROOMS AMD PLACES OP MEETING.



1. — Eliot School House, North Bennet street

2. — Hancock School House.

3. — Endicot School, Cooper street.

•4.— Faneuil Hall.

5. — Court House, Leveret street.

6. — Phillips School House, West Centre street.



7. — Court Square, City building.

8. — Boylston School House, Fort Hill.

9. — Winthrop School House, East street.
10. — Brimmer School House, Common street.
11. — Franklin School House, Washington st.
12. — Mather School House, South Boston.



BOSTON POST OFFICE.

WILLIAM HAYDEN, POSTMASTER.
Edwin C. Bailey, Chief Clerk. Edward S. Erving, Treasurer.

The Post Office is in the Merchants' Exchange, in State street. From the first of April to the first
of October, the office is open from 7 A.M. to 7 P.M. From October to April, from 8 A.M. to 7 P M.
On Sundays, from 9 to 10 AM.

The Penny Post Department is under the superintendence of J. H. Patterson. Letter Carriers'
office, 23 Sudbury street.

MAIL ARRANGEMENT.

^Vhen Due.

Southern Mail averages, 8 A. M.

Eastern Mail, " 1P.M.

Albany Mail, " 2 and 7 P. M.

Northern Mail closes at .3 A. M. [9 1-2 A. M. ] Northern Mail, " 7 P.M.

English Mail, by Steamships, on days of sailing, at | Cape Cod and Nantucket, 6 P. M.



Southern Mail closes daily at 3 3-4 o'clock P. M.
Eastern Mail closes daily at 1 1-2 P. M.
Albany and other mails on the route, at 5 A. M.
Cape Cod and Nantucket Mail closes at 5 P. M.



NEW POST OPFIC

Letters. — On a letter not exceeding one half an ounce in
weiglit, sent any distance not exceeding 3)0 miles, 5 cents.
Over 300 miles, 10 cents. For an additional weight of half
an ounce, or fractional excess of less than half an ounce,
an additional postage of 5 or 10 cents, according to the dis-
tance. When a letter exceeds one ounce, but does not ex-
ceed 2 ounces, it will be rated with 4 charges of single post-
age ; when it exceeds 2 ounces, but does not exceed 3
ounces, it will be rated with 6 charges of single postage, and
so on ;- there being a single postage for the tirst half ounce,
a double postage for the first ounce, and two additional
charges for each succeeding ounce, or fraction of an ounce,
beyond the first ounce. Letters iu Great Britain and Ire-
land are rated by weight, the same as in the United States.

Newspapers. — All newspapers (except those received in
exchange by publishers) are hereafter to be rated with
postage, as follows, viz :

All regular newspapers (meaning those sent from the
ofiSce of publication) for .any distance within the State, and
for any distance out of the State not exceeding 100 miles,



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