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HANDEL AND HAYDN SOCIETY.

Jonas Chickering, President. Benj. F. Baker,
Vice-President. J. G. Oakes, Secretary. M. S.
Parker, Treasurer.

HOWARD BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.

Moses Grant, President. Artemas Simonds,
Secretary. Thomas Tarbell, Treasurer.

STANDING COMMITTEE.

Ward 1. — Thomas Hollis.

" 2. — Eph. Milton and Lewis Jones.

" 3. — Thomas Thwing.

" 4. — S. G. Shipley and A. A. Wellington.

" 5. — Moses Grant.

" 6. — Rev. William Howe.

" 7. — Thomas Tarbell.

" 8. — J. W. Warren, jr.

" 9. — Daniel T. Coit.

" 10. — Joseph Eustis.

" 11. — Rev. C. F. Barnard.

" 12. — Alvan Sunonds.

HUMANE SOCIETY OP MASS.

INSTITUTED, 178G. INCORPORATED, 1791.

Francis Parkman, D.D., President. Robert G.
Shaw, Daniel P. Parker, Vice-Presidents. John
Homans, M.D., Corresponding Secretary. Samuel
Hooper, Recording Secretary. John, L. Gardner,
Treasurer.

MASS. CHARITABLE FIRE SOCIETY.

INSTITUTED, 1794.

Ebenezer T. Andi-ews, President. James Phil-
lips, Vice-President. Adam W. Thaxter, Treas.
S. F. McCleary, Corresponding Secretary. Solomon
Hovey, Recordiiu/ Secretary.

MASS. CHAR. MECHANIC ASSO.

Henry N. Hooper, President. Billings Briggs,
Vice-President. Osmyn Brewster, Treasurer. John
Kuhn, Secretary. Savings Bank building.



MASS. CHARITABLE SOCIETY.

FOUNDED, 1762. INCORPORATED, 1780.

William C. Hunneman, President. Joseph W-
Homer, J'ice-President. Daniel Henchman, Sec-
retary. James Ridgway, Treasurer.

Trustees. Charles Ewer, Geo. Darracott, James
Whiting, Billings Briggs, Thomas J. Lillie, Na-
thaniel Faxon.

MASS. COLONIZATION SOCIETY.

Simon Greenlcaf, President. Rev. Joseph Tracy,
of Boston, Secretary and Agent. Office, Joy's
building.

MASS. GENERAL HOSPITAL.

William Appleton, President. Theodore Lyman.,
Vice-President. Henry Andrews, Treas. Marcus
Morton, jr.. Secretary. Jas. Jackson, M.D., George
C. Shattuck, M.D., John Jeffries, M.D., Edward
Reynolds, M.D., Board of Consultation.

OFFICERS OF THE HOSPITAL.

Richard Girdler, Superintendent. Jacob Bige-
low, M.D., D. Humphreys Storer, M.D., John B. S.
Jackson, M.D, Henry I. Bowditch, M.D., John D.
Fisher, M.D., Oliver W. Holmes, M.D., Visiting
Physicians. John C. Warren, M.D., George Hay-
ward, M.D., Solomon D. Townsend, M.D., Henry
J. Bigelow, M.D., Sam'l Parkman, M.D., J. Mason
Warren, M.D., Visiting Surgeons. Samuel L. Ab-
bott, M.D., Admitting Physician. William O.
Johnson, Robert W. Oliphant, House Physicia^is.
Daniel D. Slade, Wm. H. Thorndike, House Sur-
geons. John E. Hathaway, Apothecary.

OFFICERS OF THE MCLEAN ASYLUM.

Luther V. Bell, INLD., Physician and Superin-
tendent. Chauncey Booth, jr. ^i..J}., Assistant Phy-
sician and Apothecary. Columbus Tyler, Steward.
Mrs. Mary E. Tyler, Matron. Homer Goodhue,
Male Supervisor. Miss Relief R. Barber, Female
Supervisor.

MASS. HISTORICAL SOCIETY.

Hon. James Savage, President. Joseph Willard,
Esq., Recording Secretary. Alexander Young,
Corresponding Secretary. Rev. J. B. Felt, Libra-
rian. Richard Frothingham, jr., Treosjerer. LP.
Davis, Esq., Cabinet Keejjer.

Rooms, Savings Bank building, Tremont street.

MASS. HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

Leonard Woods, D.D., President. Rev. Joseph
S. Clark, Secretari/. Benjamin Perkins, Treasurer.
Office, 28 Corniiill.

MASS. SABBATH SCHOOL SOCIETY.

Samuel T. Ai-mstrong, President. Rev. Asa
BuUard, Secretary. C. C. Dean, Treasurer.
Dei^ository, 13 Cornhill.

MASS. HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.

Samuel Walker, President. B. V. French, J. S.
Cabot, Cheever Newliall, E. M. Richards, Vice
Presidents. Eben Wight, Corresponding Secreta-
ry. Edw'd C. R. Walker, Recording Secretary.
Samuel R. Austin, Treasurer.

Rooms, School street.

MASS. ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY.

Francis Jackson, President. Edmund Quincy,
Secretary. Robert F. Wallcut, Recording Secretary.
Samuel May, jr., Goieral Ac/cnt. Office, 21 Corn-
hill.

MS. INSTITUTION FOR THE TEACH-
ING AND TRAINING OF IDIOTS.

Located at Mt. Washington House, S. Boston.
S. G. Howe, Director. Jas. B. Richards, Superiit-
tendent and Teacher.



SOCIETIES,



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MASSACHUSETTS BIBLE SOCIETY.

INCOIU'ORATED, 1809.

Simon Greenleaf, LL. D., President. Francis
Parkman, D.D., Vice-President. Rev. Nathaniel
L. Frotliingham, D.D., Cvrrespondimi Secretary.
Rev. George Richards, Recording Secretary. Geo.
R. Sampson, Treasurer. Applications are to be
made for Bibles to Francis Parliman, D.D., Rev.
Geo. Richards, Geo. R. Sampson, Executive Com-
mittee.

Bible Depositor)', 15 Cornhill.

MS. CHAR. EYE &o EAR INFIRMARY.

Robert G. Shaw, President. G. Howland Shaw,
Secretary. .J. W. Edmauds, Treasurer. Drs. Ed-
ward Reynolds, Robert W. Hooker, George A.
Bethune, Surgeons.

The Institution receives patients into the house.
Infirmary, corner of Green and Pitts streets.

MECHANIC APPRENTICES' LIBR.

Geo. Knott, President. Ansel P. Loring, Vice-
President. David Martin, Treasurer. Thos. T.
Bailey, Recording Secretary. Herbert Gleason,
Corresponding Secretary. Elvin F. Gates, 1st Libra-
rian. James G. Haynes, 2d Librariaii. George
A. Morse, M Librarian. Nathaniel L. Ripley, ith
Librarian. James Pratt, \st Director. Loring A.
Chessman, '2d Director. Wm. W. Stacey, 3f/ Di-
rector. Chas. W. Eaton, Uh Director. Henry
Mackintosh, oth Director.

MERCANTILE LIBR. ASSOCIATION.

John Stetson, President. William H. Kennard,
Vice-President. Levi L. Wilcutt, Corresponding
Secretary. Charles H. Allen, Recording Secretary.
Charles G. Chase, Treasurer. George S. Blanch-
ard, L. B. Jewell, Henry C. Allen, S. P. Butler,
L. H. Tasker, E. C. Baker, C. B. Patten, D. C.
Hammond, Directors.

NEEDLE WOMAN'S FRIEND SOC.

Mrs. T. B. Wales, President. Sales room, Wash-
ington, corner Avon place.

NON-RESISTANCE SOCIETY.

Adin Ballou, President. Wm. Lloyd Garrison,
Corresponding Secretary. Maria W. Chapman, Rc-
cording Secretary. Charles K. Whipple, Treasurer^

NORTH END T. A. SOCIETY.

David Porter, President.

Meetings every Monday evening, at the Bethel,
corner Commercial and Lewis streets.

N. E. HISTORIC. GENEALOGICAL SO.

Charles Ewer, President. Lemuel Shattuck,
Vice-President. William H. Montague, Treasurer.
Samuel G. Drake, Corresponding Secretary. Sam-
uel H. Riddel, Recording Secretary. David Pulsi-
fer, Librarian.

Room, 8 Massachusetts block.

PARENT WASHINGTON T. A. SOC.

W. R. Stacy, Pres. George B. Proctor, Sec.
Regular Meetings in Washingtonian H., Brom-
field St., every Sun., Wed., and Sat. evening.

PERKINS INSTITUTION AND MASS.
ASYLUM FOR THE BLIND.

IN.STITUTED, 1831.

Located at South Boston. Office, 20 Bromfield st.

Richard Fletcher, President. Edward Brooks,
Vice-President. Thomas B. Wales, jr.. Treasurer.
Samuel G. Howe, Director and Secretary.

Terms of admission, J^ 160 joer annum, for board,
washing, books, &c. For particulars, address S.
G. Howe, Boston.



PEACE SOCIETY (AMERICAN.)

William Jay, President. G. C. Beckwith, Cor.
Secretary. Wm. C. Brown, Rec. Secretai-y. John
Field, Treasurer.

PENITENT FEMALE REFUGE.

RUTLAND, NEAR SUFFOLK.

James C. Dunn, Pres't. Wm. Davenport, Sec'y.
Miss Maria Howland, Miss Amelia Wilder, Su-
perintendents.

PHONOGRAPHIC REPORTING ASSO-
CIATION.

ESTABLISHED, 184-5.

James W. Stone, M.D., President. Ebenezer
Smith, Vice-President. Henry M. Parkhurst, .Sec-
retory. Rev. Edwin Leigh, Elijah W. Cobb, Jas.
C. Neilson, M.D., Executive Committee. Levina
Buoncore, Electa N. Lincoln, George E. Porter,
John Wilson, Trustees.

PRINTERS' UNION.

Charles Randall, President. Othcc, 1-52 Wash-
ington street.

PRISONERS' FRIEND ASSOCIATION.

11 CORNHILL.

Frank B. Fay, President. Samuel Hall, jr.,
Treasurer. A. G. Farwell, Recording Secretary.

SOCIETY FOR PREVENTION OF
PAUPERISM.

Moses Grant, President. Thos. Tarbell, Chas.
F. Barnard, Vice-Presidents. Frederick R. Wood-
ward, Secretary. I. Means, Treasurer. F. R.
Woodward, Agent. 3 Tremout Temple.

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL'S FEMALE
ORPHAN ASYLUM.

40 PURCHASE STREET. SISTERS OF CHARITY.

Orphans, 43. Sisters of Charity, 6. No. of
scholars at Day School, 280.

TOWN AND COUNTRY CLUB.

A. Bronson Alcott, Correspond\j Secretary. Dr.
James W. Stone, Recording Secretary. John W.
Browne, Treasurer. Ralph \^'aldo Emerson, J.
Elliot Cabot, Jas. T. Fisher, Executive Committee.

FRANKLIN TYPOGRAPK'L SOCIETY.

INCORPORATED, 1825.

Silas W. Wilder, President. Hugh O'Brien,
Vice-President. George B. Watson, Secretary.
Thomas J. Lillie, Treasurer. William T. Sawyer,
Librarian.

YOUNG MEN'S BENEVOLENT SOC'Y.

Geo. S. Hilliard, President. William Appleton,
jr., Vice-President. Frederick W. Lincoln, jr.,
Treasurer. Geo. A. Brown, Secretary.

Ward Committee. — Ward 1, Dr. J. Spence,jr.
2. H. D. Fowle. 3. Abram M. Rice. 4. Emery
Souther. 5. Thos. Gaffield. 6. Martin L. Brad-
ford. 7. S. K. Whipple. 8. Jon. A. Lane. 9.
R. L. Merriam. 10. Dr. Jas. M. Phipps. 11.
Jas. M. Gordon. 12. Deering.

YOUNG MEN'S T. A. SOCIETY.

Edwin A. Wadleigh, President. S. Harris
Austin, J. A. Ames, Vice-Presidents. F. H. Mc-
Lellan, Treasurer. Henry W. Walker, Recording
Secretary. David W. Foster, Corresponding Sec-
retary. Moses Sprague, Joseph H. Gray, Charles
Nowell, Geo. W. Woodward, Edward Briggs, Di-
rectors.



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SOCIETIES



MASONIC, ODD FELLOWS', SONS OF TEMPERANCE, ETC. SOCIETIES.



MASONIC MEETINGS.

In Boston and Vicinity.

St. John's Lodge, 1st Monday.

St. Andrew's, 2d Thursday.

Columbian, 1st Thursday.

Mount Lebanon, '2d Monday.

Massachusetts, 3d Monday.

Boston Encampment, 3d Wednesday.

De Molay Encampment, 4th "Wednesday.

St. Andrew's Chapter, 1st Wednesday.

St. Paul's Chapter, 3d Tuesday.

Council Royal and Select Masters, last Tuesday.

Grand Lodge, 2d Wednesday in Dec, March,
June, and September.

Grand Chapter, Tuesday preceding the 2d Wed-
nesday of March, June, September, and December.

Grand Encampntentof Massachusetts and Rhode
Island, October, annually.

Grand Lodge of Perfection, 4th Tuesday.

Board of Relief, 1st Tues. in each month through
the year.

The above meet at the Masonic Temple, Tremont
street, Boston.

King Solomon's Lodge, Charlestown, meets the
last Wednesday.

Star of-Bethlehem Lodge, Chelsea, meets on the
4th Wednesday.

St. Paul's, South Boston, 1st Tuesday.

Washington, Roxbury, 2d Thursday.

Mount Tabor, East Boston, 3d Thursday.

ODD FELLOWS' DIRECTORY.

offu'e, 21 SCHOOL.
Places and Times of Meeting of Lodges and Encamp-
ments in Boston.
Grand Loiige meett at llerseji Hall. Old Hancock School
Hmtse, Hanover, semi-annuallii, 1st Thursdays in Feb-
ruary and Auifitst. 0/ft>c, 21 School street.
G-rand Encampment miets at Oasis Hall, Chapman place,
semi-annually, Wednesday next preceding first Thursday
in August and February.

Hersey Hall, Old Hancock School Honse, Han-
over street. — Massachusetts Lodge, No. 1, Monday;
Shawmut, No. 37, Tuesday ; Montezuma, No. 33,
Wednesday ; Pacific, No. 42, Thursday ; Franklin,
No. 23, Friday.

O.^sis Hall, Chapman place. — Covenant, No. 16,
Thursday ; Suffolk, No. 8, Tuesday ; Oriental, No.
10, Wednesday ; Boston, No. 25, Monday ; Massa-
soit Encampment, No. 1, 1st and 3d Fridays ; Tri-
mount, do.. No. 2, 2d and 4th do.

Encampment Hall, No. 339 Washington street.
Ancient Land Mark, No. 32, Monday ; Tremont,
No. 15, Wednesday ; Siloam, No. 2, Thursday ;
Hermann, No. 133, Tuesday.

Neilson Hall, Canton street. — Unity Lodge,
No. 77, Thursday.

Temple Hall, No. 32, Washington street. —

Commercial Lodge, No. 97, Monday.

Brooks Hall, Bioadwag, S. B. — Bethesda,

', No. 30, Monday ; Hobah, No. 53, Friday ; Mount

I Washington Encampment, No. 6, 2d and 4th

I Thursdays.

East "Boston. — Maverick, No. 36, Monday;
j Maverick Degree, No. 2 Friday ; Nahant Encamp-
ment, No. 11, 3d and 4th Mondays.
! Number of Lodges (of Odd Fellows) in Mass.

' June30, 1848, 122

' Number of Initiations 1,137

Rejections, 53

' Admitted by Card, 256

Withdrawn by Card, 252

Reinsi^ated 109



Suspended 828

Expelled 60

Deaths, Ill

Past Grands 1,108

Contributing Members, 12,556

Total amount of receipts, ,^63,043.12

Relief Rejmrt.

Number of brothers relieved, 1,348

" " widowed families relieved 66

" " brothers buried 98

Amount paid for relief of brothers ^27,301.85

" " " " " wid. families,.. 1,589.81

" " " burying the dead, 4,618.75

" " " educating orphans 60.40

Total amount of relief, ;g33,570.81

SONS OF TEMPERANCE DIRECTORY.

The Annual Session of the Grand Division of
Massachusetts is held in Boston on the third Wed.
of October. Quarter Sessions, location at pleasure,
on the third Weduesday of Janu'y, April, and July.
H. W. Swett, Grand Scribe. Office, 22 Bromfield
street.

subordinate divisions.

Washington, No. 1, Monday, 339 Washington st.

Boston, No. 3, Monday, 22 Bromfield st.

Excelsior, No. 16, Wednesday, 32 Washington st.

South Boston, No. 19, Tues., Brooks Hall, S. B.

North Star, No. 23, Friday, 32 Washington st.

Mount Horeb, No. 25, Wed., Washington Hall,
East Boston.

Old Bay State, No. 32, Thurs., 339 Washing'n st.

Shakspeare, No. 46, Saturday, Cochituate Hall.

Massachusetts, No. 71, Sat., 22 Bromfield st.

American, No. 76, Tuesday, 339 Washington st.

Suffolk, No. 84, Monday, corner of Suffolk and
Canton sts.

TEMPLES OF HONOR.

Grand Temple meets quarterlv, in May, August,
Nov. and Feb. Luke P. Lincoln, G. W. R.

Trimount Temple, No. 1, every other Friday, at
22 Bromfield st.

Washington Temple, No. 4, Thurs., at 32 Wash-
ington St.

CRUSADERS OF TEMPERANCE.

Cochituate Brotherhood, No. 1, Tuesday, at Co-
chituate Hall.

ORDER OF UNITED AMERICANS'
DIRECTORY.

The Chancery meets quarterly, in Boston, on
the first Monday in Oct., Jan., Apr. and July.

Hancock Chapter, No. 1, Friday eve., Hancock
Hall. 339 Washington st.

Otis Chapter, No. 3, Wednesday eve., Hancock
Hall, 339 Washington st.

Adams Chapter, No. 4, Tuesday eve.. Temple
Hall, 32 Washington st.

Bowdoin Chapter, No. 5, Wednesday eve., Bow-
doin Hall, 135 Hanover st.

Winslow Chapter, No. 6, Thurs. eve., S. Boston.

RECHABITE DIRECTORY.

Names of Tents, and Places of Meeting.

Covenant, No. 1, Tuesday, Mass. Hall, Brom-
field St.

United Brothers, No. — , Wednesday, Bay State
Hall, cor. Washington and Boylston sts.

Massasoit, No. 38, Friday, East Boston.



CHURCHES AND MINISTERS.



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CHURCHES AND MINISTERS IN BOSTON.



Denomination.



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Pastors.



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1686
1699
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1727
1732

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1743
1785

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1788
1792
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First Church

Second Church

Friends' Meet'g House.
First Baptist Church . •

Old South Church

King's Chapel

Brattle Street Church. .
New North Church....
New South Church....

Christ Church

Federal St. Church....
Hollis St. Church

Trinity Church

West Church

Second Baptist Church
First Universalist Ch..

Ch. of the Holy Cross

Chpl. of the Holy Cross
First Metho. Epis. Ch .
First Christian Church
African Baptist Church
Second Methodist Ch. .
Third Baptist Church. .

Park St. Church

St. Matthew's Church .

Second Univer. Church

The New Jeru. Church
African Meth. Epis. Ch.
Hawes Place Church . .
Union or Essex St. Ch.
St. Augustine's Church

St. Paul's Church

Bulfinch St. Church...

Phillips Church

Twelfth Cong. Church .
Bowdoin St. Church...
Thirteenth Cong. Ch...

Pitts St. Chapel

Salem St. Church

Pine St. Church

South Cong. Church...
Ilowe St. Bap. Church.

Bethel Church

Mariner's Church

St. Stephen's Church. .
Grace Church
Fourth Univer. Church
South Baptist Church. .
Third Meth. Epis. Ch..
Warren St. Chapel ....
Fifth Univer. Church. .

Central Church



St. Mary's Church

St. Patrick's Church...

Maverick Church

Zion Church

Fourth Meth. Epis. Ch.
Harvard St. Church . . .
Tremont St. Bap. Ch.. .

Suffolk St. Chapel

German Evang. Luth'n
Bowdoin Sq. Bap. Ch. .



Cong. Unit..
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Quaker

Baptist

Ortho. Cong
Cong. Unit..
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Cong. Unit..
Cong. Unit..
Episcopal .. .
Cong. Unit..
Cong. Unit..

Episcopal . . .

Congrega'l . .

Baptist

Universalist .

Rom. Catholic

Rom. Catholic

Methodist

Christian ....

Baptist

Methodist

Baptist

Ortho. Cong. .
Episcopal ....

Universalist . .

Swedenborg . .
Methodist....
Cong. Unit.. .
Ortho. Cong..
Rom. Catholic
Episcopal ....
Cong. Unit...
Ortho. Cong. .
Cong. Unit...
Ortho. Cong..
Cong. Unit.. .
Cong. Unit...
Ortho. Cong..
Ortho. Cong..
Cong. Unit...

Baptist

Methodist.. . .
Ortho. Cong..
Episcopal ....
Episcopal ....
Universalist..

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Methodist... .
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Universalist. .

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Rom. Catholic

Rom. Catholic
Ortho. Cong..
Methodist....
Methodist... .

Baptist

Baptist

Cong. Unit. .
Lutheran ....
Baptist



1815 Rev. N. L. Frothingham, D.D.

1833 Rev. Chandler Robbins

No Minister

Rev. R. H. Neale

Rev. George W. Blagden....
Rev. Ephraim Peabody, D.D.

1834!Rev. S. K. Lothrop

1849 Rev. Joshua Young

Rev. Alexander Young, D.D. ...

Rev. John Woart

Rev. Ezra S. Gannett, D.D

Rev. Thomas Starr King

Rt. Rev. Man ton Eastburn, D.D. .

Rev. Thomas M. Clark \

Rev. Charles Lowell, D.D. )
Rev. Cyrus A. Bartol .... ) ""

Rev. Levi Tucker, D.D

Rev. Sebastian Streeter

Rt. Rev. J. B. Fitzpatrick, D.D. 1

Rev. A. Manahan, D.D C

Rev. Nicholas J. A. O'Brien )
Rev. J. J. Williams

1849 Rev. S. H. Higgins

1844 Elder Edward Edmunds



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1842

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1824



Rev. Loranus Crowell . . .
Rev. Daniel Sharp, D.D..
Rev. Andrew L. Stone ..
Rev. Joseph H. Clinch ..



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1812
1849
1838
1817 Rev. Hosea Ballou

1848 Rev. A. A. Miner ^

1828 Rev. Thomas Worcester

Rev. Samuel Snovvden

1844 Rev. George W. Lippitt

1834 Rev. Nehemiah Adams, D.D. . .

Rev. T. Fitzsiramons,

1842 Rev. Alex. H. Vinton, D.D

18391 Rev. Frederick T. Gray

1846JRev. John W. Alvord

1825!Rev. Samuel BaiTett, D.D

1846jRev. Jared B. Waterbury, D.D.

1842iRev. James I. T. Coolidge

1846|Rev. Samuel H. Winkley

1844 Rev. Edward Beecher, D.D. ...

1849! Rev. Henry M. Dexter

1842JRev. F. D. Huntington

1848 Rev. Baron Stow, D.D

1828iRev. Edward T. Taylor

1849, Rev. George W. Bourne

1844! Rev. E. M. P. Wells

1848 Rev. Charles Mason.

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Chauncy place
Masonic 'Temple
Milton place
Hanover, c. Union
Washington, c. Milk
Tremont, c. School
Brattle street
Hanover, c. Clark
Summer, c. Bedford
Salem street
Federal, c. Chauning
Hollis street

Summer, c. Hawley

Lynde street

Baldwin place
Hanover, c. Bennet

Franklin street

Franklin street
North Bennet street
Summer, c. Sea
Belknap street
Bromfield street
Charles street
Park, c. Tremont
Broadway, S. B.

School street

Bowdoin street
May street
South Boston
Essex, c. Rowe
South Boston
Tremont, n. Winter
Bulfinch street
Broadway, S. B.
Chambers, c. Allen
Bowdoin street
Harr. av. c. Beach
Pitts street
Salem street
Washington, c. Pine
Washing'n, c. Castle
Bedford, c. Rowe
North square
Purchase street
Purchase street
Temple street
Broadway, S. B.
Broadway, S. B.
Church street
Warren street
Warren street



Rev. T. D. Cook

Rev. G. W. Bosworth . .

Rev. J. D. Bridge

Rev. Charles F. Barnard
Rev. Otis A. Skinner . ..
Rev. William M. Rogers
Rev. George Richards . .
Rev. J. McElroy . . ^
Rev. B. Pacciarini, ^ ...
Rev. P.P. Kroes.. )
Rev. Thomas Lynch ....

Rev. R. S. Hitchcock lEast Boston

West Centre street

Rev. Mark Trafton

Rev. Joseph Banvard..



Winter street



Endicot street
Northampton street



Rev. Nathaniel Colver

Rev. Samuel B. Cruft

Rev. F. Schmidt

Rev. Pharcellus Church, D.D.



North Russell street
Harr. av. c. Harvard
Tremont Temple
Suffolk, c. Rutland
Suffolk street
Bowdoin square



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Fifth Meth. Epis.Ch...
Sixth Moth. Epis. Ch. .
Sixth Univer. Church. .
German Evang. Church
Church of the Disciples
Mount Vernon Church
Ch. of the Adventists. .
Seventh Meth. Ep. Ch.
Church of the Messiah
Free Will Bap. Church
East Boston Bap. Ch. .
Church of St. Peter )

and St. P;uil ^

St. John's Church

Church of the Advent .
Ch. of the Holy Trinity
Church of St. Nicholas
28th Congrega. Society
Church of the Saviour .
Union Baptist Church .

Broadway Church

Payson Church

Boston Baptist Bethel .
South Univer. Society .

Seamen's Chapel

Indiana St. Cong. Ch.. .
Suffolk St. Union Ch...
Pilgrim Cong. Society .
Wesleyan Meth. Ch. . . .
East Boston Church...
Society of Unionists...
Eighth Meth. Ep. Ch. .
First Presbyfn Church
St. Vincent de Paul's . .
Synagogue of Israelites



Denomination.



Methodist....
Methodist.. . .
Universalist. .
German Prot.
Cong. Unit...
Ortho. Cong..
Second Adv'nt
Methodist....
Episcopal ....
Free Will ....
Baptist



1848
1848



Rev,
Rev,



H. V. Degen

H. E. Hempstead



1849 Rev.
1841|Rev,
1841!Rev,
1842 Rev,



Rom. Catholic

Rom. Catholic
Episcopal ....
Rom. Catholic
Rom. Catholic
Cong. Unit...
Cong. Unit...

Baptist

Cong. Unit.. .
Ortho. Cong..

Baptist

Universalist. .
Episcopal ....
Cong. Unit.. .
Ortho. Cong..
Ortho. Cong..
Methodist... .
Cong. Unit...
Congrega'l . . .

Methodist

Presbyterian .
Rom. Catholic
Jewish



1848
1845

1847



1844



1846
1845
1845

1845
1845



1845
1846



1846
1849



1845



Rev,
Rev,
Rev,
Rev.
Rev.
Rev.
Rev.
Rev.
Rev.
Rev.
Rev.
Rev.
Rev.
Rev.
Rev.
Rev.

Rev.
Rev.

Rev.
Rev.
Rev.
Rev,
Rev,
Rev,
Rev,
Rev,



Louis B. Schwarz,....

James F. Clarke

Edward N. Kirk

Joshua V. Himes ....

M. Dwight

George M. Randall...

E. Noyes

Miles Sanford

Terence Fitzsimmons

Peter Hammill

George F. Haskins...

AVilliam Croswell

G. Eck,

C. McCallion

Theodore Parker

Robert C. Waterston.

William Howe

Joseph Angier

Joy H. Fairchild

Phineas Stowe



J. P. Robinson..
Thomas B. Fox.



M. H. Smith

Henry Stockman . . .

L. J. Livermore

William H. Channing

B. K. Peirce

Alexander Blaikie. . .

M. Galligher

B. Wurmser



Location.



South Boston
East Boston
Ritchie Hall, E. B.
Shawmut,n. Pleas't
Freeman pi., Beacon
Ashburton place
No. 8 Chardon st.
Richmond street
Florence street
Boylston Hall
East Boston

Broadway, S. B.

Moon street
Green street
Suflblk street
East Boston
Melodeon
Bedford street
Merrimac street
South Boston
Broadway, S. B.
Lewis, c. Commerc'l
Canton, c. Sufi'olk
Ann street
Indiana street
Suffolk street
Marlboro' Chapel
Cochituate Hall
East Boston
Bromfield street
Suffolk street
Phillips place
Purchase street
503 Wash, street



EXPRESSES.



Abington, Ms. — 21 Elm; Abing-
ton, S.— Cellar 6 F. H. Market
Albany, N. Y.— 8 Court
Amesbury, Ms. — 7 RR- Ex.
Amherst, N. H.— RR. Ex.
Andover, Ms. — 8 Court
Ashby, Ms.— RR. Ex.
Athol, Ms.— RR. Ex.
Attleboro, Ms. — RR. Ex.
Auburn Dale, Ms.— RR. Ex.
Augusta, Mc.—RR. Ex. & 7 State
Baldwinville, Ms.— RR. Ex.
Bangor, Me.— RR. Ex. & 7 State
Barnstable, Ms.— RR. Ex.
Bath, Me.— RR. Ex.
Bedford, Ms.— 7 and 11 Elm
Belfast, Me.— RR. Ex. & 7 State
Bellingham, Ms.— RR. Ex.
Bellows Falls, Vt.— RR. Ex.
Berlin & Bolton, Ms.— 11 Elm
Beverly, Ms.— RR. Ex. & 7 State
Billerica, Ms.— RR. Ex.
Boylston, W., Ms.— Citv Hotel
Bradford, Ms.— 7 State
Braintree, S., Ms.— RR. Ex.
Braintree, Ms.— 11 Elm
Brandon, Vt.— RR. Ex.
Brattleboro', Vt. — Quincy House

& RR. Exchange
Bridgewater, Ms.— RR. Ex.
Bridgewater, N., Ms.— 7 State
Brighton, Ms. — 5 Market sq. and
RR. Ex.



Bristol, R. I.— RR. Ex.
Brunswick, Me. — RR. Ex.
Bucksport, Me.— RR. Ex. and 7

State
Burlington, Vt.— RR. Ex.
Calais, Me.— RR. Ex.
Cambridge, Ms.— RR. Ex., 43

Brattle, 7 State, and 8 Court
Chatham, Ms.— RR. Ex.
Charlestown, N. H.— RR. Ex.
Cambridgeport, Ms. — 43 Brattle
Camden, Me.— RR. Ex. & 7 State
Canadas, B. Prov. — RR. Ex. and

8 Court
Canton, Ms.— RR. Ex.
Cape Cod. Ms.— RR. Ex.
Carlisle, Ms.— 7 Elm
Castine, Me.— RR. Ex. & 7 State
Centre Harbor, N. H.— RR. Ex.
Chelsea, Ms.— RR. Ex and4 Ger-



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