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at W. Newton [ton

Woodford Philip R. {Boynton S< W.), h. 19 Alls-
Woodman Charles T. leather, 21 Fulton, h. 17 N.

Bennet
Woodman Ephraim, bds. 25 Grove
Woodman Francis, blacksmith, h. Ontario
Woodman George, h. 11 Warren
Woodman George F. clerk, 31 Milk, h. 11 Warren
Woodman Horatio, counsellor, 26 Railroad Exch.
Woodman Isaac, teamster, h. 212 Broadway, n. D
Woodman James, 110 Milk, h. at Dorchester
Woodman John, house-wright, h. Ontario
Woodman Joseph, mason, h. 12 La Grange place
Woodman Joseph, jr. bds. 12 La Grange place
Woodman Nath'l P. blacksmith, b. 41 Purchase
Woodman Thomas, silver plater, h. 4 Buttrick pi.
WoodrofFe George, thermometers, 23 School
Woodrough Joseph {Henshato & IF.), 36 Congres3
Woods Amory, 107 Milk, bds. 36 Albany
Woods Benjamin 2d, broker, 14 Exchange, house

7 New Prince
Woods Bridget, widow, h. 90 Ann



298



BOSTON [W] DIRECTORY



"Woods Francis H. clothing, 61 Com'l, b. 2 N. sq.

Woods George, piano-forte maker, b. 13 Dover

"Woods Geo. A. salesman, 42 Pearl, h. 53 Pinckney

Woods Hugh, laborer, h. 28 Thacher

Woods James, clerk, 24 Kilby, b. 5 Province H. ct.

Woods John, mariner, h. 27 Oliver

Woods John, watchman, h. 3 Warren square

Woods John C. {Ranger ^ Woods) [erick

Woods John L. mast maker, h. Liverpool, n. JVIav-

Woods Jos. grocer, 18 Haverhill, b. National H.

Woods Michael & Co. (P. McMulUn), marble and

free stone manuf. 65 Charles, h. do.
Woods Patrick, marble polisher, h. 3 May st. pi.
Woods Peter, laborer, h. rear 47 Sea
Woods Robert C. 24 Milk, at Chelsea
Woods Samuel, fisherman, h. 24 Barrett
Woods Samuel H. bds. 3 Franklin
Woods Thomas, laborer, h. 66 Porter
Woods William, paper hanger, h. 5 Albany
Woods William, laborer, h. 8 Stillman
Woods AVm. 9 & 11 the S. Market, h. 4 Maple pi.
Woodside Samuel, carpenter, h. rear 12 Lyman pi.
Woodsum J. P. clerk, bds. 2 Lime
Woodsura Jonas H. clerk, bds. 2 Lime [Maple pi.
Woodward Abijah, com. mer. 45 Kneeland, h. 3
Woodward Anna, boarding, 1 Hanover place
Woodward Benj. upholstery goods and furniture,

284 Wash. h. at Somerville
Woodward Daniel, clerk, h. 1 Quiet place
Woodward Elisha Mrs. house 8 Travers
Woodward E. Gilman, grocer, Travers, c. Friend,

house at Somerville
Woodward Frederick R. agent Soc. Prevention of

Pauperism, Tremont Temple, h. 96 Charles
Woodward George, clerk, boards 19 Prospect
Woodward George W. 39 Federal
Woodward Henry M., Railroad truck manuf. 38

Broad, boards 1 Bulfinch place
Woodward (Isaac) & Brown (/. P.), piano-forte

makers, 352 Washington, house 46 Eliot
Woodward James O. machinist, house 2 Clifton pi.
Woodward {John H.) & Grosjean {Charles), silver-
smiths, 13 Court square, house 5 Fayette
Woodward Lorenzo, carpenter, boards 6 E. Orange
Woodward Nancy, widow, house 232 Hanover
Woodward Samuel, 387 Wash. bds. 38 Lincoln
Woodward Samuel L. 9 Court, house 53 Poplar
Woodward William B. plate printer, h. 32 London
Woodwell Charles H. printer, boards 5 Columbia
Woodworth Amasa, steam engineer, h. 4 W. Centre
Woodworth Benjamin, carpenter, h. E, c. Seventh
Woodworth Elias, machinist, house 228 Fourth
Woodworth George P. carpenter, h. Seventh, n. F
Woodworth John A. clerk, 292 Wash. b. 8 Lincoln
Woodworth Mary S. h. 4 W. Centre
Woodworth Stephen, engineer, h. Broadway, n. B
Woodworth {Sieph'n) & Tower (Isaac), grocers, 192

Harrison avenue, house "Village [Wash.

Woodworth Willard F. omnibus driver, house 840
WooUard George, cooper, house Lexington, E. B.
Woolley Charles, 60 Wash, house 4 Saratoga, E. B.
Woolley John, vice maker, 6 Salutation, h. 5 do.
Woolson James A. clerk, 19 Shoe and Leather
Worcester David P. 135 "Wash. h. 45 S. Cedar
Worcester Fernando E. engraver, 152 Wash. bds.

7 Province House court [sell

Worcester Lydia, widow, seamstress, h. 4. N. Rus-
Worcester Thomas Rev. house 9 Louisburgh sq.
Worcester Thomas F. coachman, 1 Bowdoin sq.
Work William T. carpenter, boards 29 N. Margin
Worlitzer Charles, saddler, house 6 Shawmut
Wormbolt John, cigar maker, h. 3 Sigourney place
Wormell Joseph, h. Liverpool, near Sumner, E. B.
Wormell Tracy C. plumber. Providence, c. Church,

house 2 Pleasant
Wormwell Nathaniel, 108 F. H. Market
Wormser Bernhard Rev. house 8 Pleasant st. ct.
Wormwood (Ohadiah T.) & Boyce (Wm. H. Jr.),

furniture, 541 Wash, house 25 Fayette
Worrall Otwill, jr. machinist, house 28 Cambridge



Worsley Isaac, laborer, house 3 Medford [Orleans
Worsley Pardon, 6 Market square, h. Sumner, n.
Worsley James W. machinist, house 1 Canton pi.
Worster Asa (Pern/ <Sr W.). house 9 Bradford [pi.
Worster Elbridge G. (Pm-y § IF.), h. 10 Hartford
Worster (John) & Hart (Wm. T.), provisions, fi 20

South Market, house 52 High
Worswick Thomas, paper stainer, h. 39 Charlestown
Worthen True F. inspector of potash, Causeway,

corner Medford, house at Charlestown
Worthington John H. (Wm. Worthin/jton S; Co.),

house at Dorchester [20 Bulfinch

Worthington Jonathan H. 8 old State House, b.
Worthington Roland, Evening Traveller, 8 Old

State House, boards 20 Bulfinch
Worthington William & Co. (Wm. F. <Sf J. H.

Worthington), merchants, 20 Central wharf, h.

at Dorchester [h. at Dorchester

AVorthington Wm. F. (Wm. Worthington ^ Co),
Worthley Daniel, 41 and 43 F. H. Market, house 7

Hancock
Worthley John O. teamster, boards 1 N. Russell
Worthley Mark, band-boxes, 185 Wash. h. 40 Pied-
mont
Wren Daniel, fireman, house Second, near B
Wright Abel, sawyer, boards 2 Billerica [Fourth
Wright Albert J. printer, 3 Water, h. Atlantic, n.
Wright Ann, widow, house 112 Hudson
Wright Benjamin B. mariner, h. 5 Jackson avenue
Wriglit Bridget B. dress maker, 31 Tremont
Wright Caleb, house 7 Lynde
Wright Charles, planer, boards 2 Billerica
Wright Charles W. clerk, boards 17 Pitts
Wright Charles H. clerk, house 3 Hanover avenue
Wright Charles L. ( W. A. Sj C. L. Wright), boards

7 Waverly place
Wright Daniel T. truckman, house 1 Cruft place
Wright Eben, h. 48 Chesnut [at Cambridge

Wright Edmund jr. wharfinger, 11 T wharf, house
Wright (Edward) & Mallory (R. P.), engravers, 96

"Washington, house at Billerica
Wright Edward A. house 10 Montgomery place
Wright (Edward H.) & Wallis (Levi), dry goods,

399 Washington, boards 11 Warren
Wright Edwin, 27 State, house at Medford
Wright Eli M. clerk, house rear 51 Salem
Wright Elizur, editor of the Chronotype, 15 State,

house 9 Avery
Wright Ellis, temperance bowling saloon, foot of

Lime, house 26 Garden
Wright Eunice, widow, house Cross, E. B.
Wright E. G. musical instrument maker, 115 Court,

house 33 Marion [School

Wright Frederick, mariner, h. Athens, n. Hawes
Wright Frederick E. 5 T wf. h. at Jamaica Plain
Wright George (Blanchard Sx. IF.), house 22 Spring
Wright George, tinsmith, 135 Sea, house do.
Wright George B. cordwainer, 171 Ann, house 4

Garaux place
Wright George W. 1 old State H. h. 20 Chambers
Wright George W. shoe maker, h. 4 Garaux place
Wright Henry (Berry ^ W.), house 64 Federal
Wright Henry, clerk, boards 54 Essex
Wright James, grocer, 159 Hanover, h. 22 Tileston
Wright James, slater, house Silver, near B
AVright James G. engineer, house 458 Commercial
Wright James H. & Co. furnishing goods, 38

Washington, house 4 Poplar
Wright James L. bell hanger, house 9 Adams
Wright J. C. D. glass blower, house Bolton, n. F
Wright John, housewright, house Brookline, near

Newland
Wright John, stencil cutter, 10 Dock sq. boards 31

Tremont
AVright John, boarding. Moon, comer Fleet
AVright John, laborer, house rear 22 Atkinson
Wright John, clothing, 56 Union, h. 6 Southac
Wright John, restaurant, 16 Exchange, house 176

Tremont [Barton

Wright John B. prompter Nat. Theatre, house 18



BOSTON [Y] DIRECTORY



299



Wright John M. {Wright, Priest, ^ Co.), house 31

Green
Wright {John S. ^ Eben) 8c Whitman {E. B.), do-
mestic goods, 16 Pearl, house 48 Chesnut
Wright Joseph W., Custom House, h. 29 Orange
Wright Joshua H. laborer, house 9 Stillman
Wright Leonard B. 38 Washington, bds. 33 Sea
Wright Lorenzo D. house 97 Fourth
Wright L. W. boards 9 Brattle square
Wright Lysander, machinist, boards Chelsea, E. B.
Wright Mary, widow, house 3 Bartlett
Wright Nathaniel, messenger Suffolk Ins. Co. h.

rear 26 Chambers
Wright Robert, plasterer, house Havre
Wright Samuel, baker. Leveret, c. Cotting, h. do.
Wright Sarah M. Mrs. house 109 Leveret
Wright Simon F. job wagon, h. 1 Lawrence place
Wright Stephen, house rear 17 Hanover
Wright Thomas, botanic physician, 100 Com'l
Wright Thomas, blacksmith, house 14 Salutation
Wright Thomas, tin worker, house 139 Endicot
Wright Thomas S. physician and apothecary, Har-
rison avenue, corner Beach, h. 140 Har. av.
Wright William, laborer, house Paris, E. B.
Wright William, engineer, house 198 Hanover
Wright William, seaman, house 2 Butolph
Wright William, house 7 Waverly place
Wright William, cabman, house Princeton, E. B.
Wright William A. & C. L. grocers and grain
dealers, Sea, near the bridge, b. 7 Waverly pi.
Wright William G. 10 Market square
Wright William R. apothecary, Endicot, corner

Cooper, house do.
Wiight {Wimlow), Priest (.S. G.) & Co. (J. M.
Wright Ss Wm. Smith), W. I. goods, 10 Cen-
tral wharf, house at Dorchester
Wrightington {Benjamin T.) & Riedel {J. H.),

livery stable, 53" Eliot, house 103 Tremont
Wrisley Frederick, clerk at American House
Writebrais, Francis, shoe maker, h. Everett, E. B.
Wyatt Samuel, laborer, house 15 E. Orange
Wyeete Wm. professor music, h. 1^ S. Cedar st. pi.
Wyeth Nahura S. baker, Oneida, c. Albany, h. do.
Wyeth Noah, clerk, house 51 Leveret
Wylie Samuel, mariner, house 216 Hanover
Wyman Abel, shoes, 46 Fulton, house at Chelsea
Wyman Abraham G. grocer, 23 Green, h. 8 Lynde
Wyman Charles, 24 Com'l, boards U. S. Hotel
Wyman {Edward) & Arklay (Patrick), commis.

merchants, 105 Milk, h. at Roxbury
Wyman Edward, jr. {Geo. Hill % Co.), 327 Wash.
Wyman Francis, 10 Morton place
Wyman George H. clerk, boards 8 Lynde
Wyman George W. lighterman, h. Trenton, E. B.
Wyman Harriet S. Mrs. seamstress, Snowhill, c.

Charter
Wyman Henry, piano-forte maker, 417 Wash.
Wyman James, 21 Warren [Charlestown

Wyman James K. dry goods, 28 Kilby, house at
Wyman John C. {A. J. Broion § Co.), house at

Worcester
Wyman John F. blacksmith, house Trenton, E. B.
Wyman Joshua, oysters, 18 Franklin
Wyman L. A. Mrs", boys' clothes maker, 36 Hudson
Wyman {Oliver C.) & Ashmun {L.), ship brokers,

5 Chatham row, house 17 Williams
Wyman Oliver P. millwright, house 36 Hudson
Wyman Richard F. {Zipcy S; W.), h. at Charlest'n
Wyman Wm. A. clerk, 51 Water, b. 1 Ashburton
place

YALE B. B. {Nortons ^ Yale), h. at S. Reading
Yale Eli A., Custom House, h. at Charlestown
Yale Jeremiah S. sail maker, h. 8 E, c. Eighth
Yale Rufus M. sail maker, 2 Chatham, h. Suffolk,
near Dedhara

Yates , captain, bds. 204 Hanover

Yates John V. V. trunk maker, bds. 21 Gouch
Y'ates Lorenzo D. (Adams A" 1 .), b. 22 Richmond
Yeager Harriet A. di-ess maker, 265 Washington



Y^eaton Benjamin, jr. 3 Fuller [town

Yeaton Geo. H. produce, 33 Com'l, h. at Charles-
Yeaton Henry, shipwright, house 267 Third
Y''eaton Robert, silversmith, boards 37 Tremont
Yeaton Samuel, carpenter, house 25 Hull
Yelland Wm. H. crockery, 105 Hanover, house at

Yendell Charles, grocer, 382 Com'l, h. 384 do.
Yendell Geo. painter, 13 Lindall, h. Dorchester, c.

Gold
Yendell Samuel, house 384 Commercial
Y''errick Jacob, tanner, house 19 Plymouth
Y''errinton George, printer, bds. 12 Newton place
Yerrinton James B. & Son {J. M. W. Yerrinton),

printers, 21 Cornhill, house 20 Temple place
Yerrinton James M. W. (/. B. Yerrinton ^ Son)
York Ann R. seamstress, house 6 May
York Arthur, shoe maker, house 9 Adams
York Asahel, teamster, house 42 Pearl
York George N. carpenter, h. Marion, E. B.
Y''ork Jasper H. physician, house 206 Broadway
York John, 11 the South Market, h. 41 Hudson
York John C. 427 Washington, boards 41 Hudson
Y'ork Samuel, laborer, house Lancaster
Youlden Charles, steward, house 13 Morton
Y'oulen Aram, coach painter, 58 Tremont, house

9 South Cedar
Youlen Asenath, house 9 South Cedar
Youlen Sarah, house 9 South Cedar
Young Alexander Rev. house 48 Summer
Young Ammi B. architect, Bulfinch, cor. Court, h.

48 Bowdoin
Young Calvin & Co. (C. /. Barry), lumber and

coal. Brown's wf. house at Jamaica Plain
Young Catharine C. dress maker, house 25 Rowe
Y^oung Charles, salesman, 64 1-2 Hanover
Young Charles, boots and shoes, 450 Wash, house

48 Warren
Young Charles J. printer, bds. 16 Albany
Young Charlotte, widow, house rear 1 Lancaster
Y'oung D. &. J. S. oyster saloon, 98 Court
Young Darius, broker. 61 Kilby. h. at Roxbury
Young Edw. {Austin § F.), 30 Court, bds. 6 New

Prince
Young Edward, upholsterer, 39 Carver, house do.
Young E. G. 83 Hanover, h. at Charlestown
Y'oung Edward J. teacher Latin School, house 48

Summer
Young Eleanor, nurse, house 1 Church
Young Frances A. house 23 Hudson
Young George, clerk, 1 Cornhill court
Young George D. machinist, b. Second, near B
Young G. W., Custom House, h. at Chelsea
Young Hannah, widow, house 4 Pond st. place
Young Henry, laborer, house 2 Clark alley [L

Young Henry W. captain, h. Fourth, betw. K &
Young Isaiah B. {Melvin ^ Young), 5 Congress, b.

1 Franklin place
Young James, trader, house 102 C, n. Athens
Young James T. house 8 Newton place
Young J. housewright, house Chelsea, E. B.
Y^oung John, carver, house 9 Camden
Young John, piano-forte maker, h. 9 Camden
Young John F. truckman, house 31 Billerica
Young John H. lighterman, house r. Cottage
Young John S. (D. S; J. S. Young), 98 Court
Y''oung John W. ship joiner, New, house Everett
Y^'oung Joseph, hatter, house 63 Atkinson
Young Mary F. widow, house 64 Sea
Young Moses, clerk, house Cross, c. Hanover
Young Oliver H. house 1 Eaton court
Young Perez, laborer, house 5 Pearl place
Young Sidney S. tailor, house 15 Vine
Young Silas, ship carpenter, h. Bennington, E. B.
Young Timothy, housewiight, house 1 Eaton ct.
Y'oung Timothy C. housewright, bds. 1 Eaton ct.
Young Wm. physician, house 3 Mt. Vernon av.
Young Wm. pastry cook, 11 Winter, h. at Chelsea
Y'oung Wm. boarding, 39 Brattle
Young Wm. shoe maker, house 120 Sea



300



BOSTON [Z] DIRECTORY.



Young Wm. jr. 225 Wash. bds. 7 Suffolk place
Young & Converse, express, 7 State
Younger Levi, clerk, house 238 Hanover
Yuran Samuel, house 87 Prince
Yvonnet Alexis, house 56 Portland

ZANE JACOB S. jeweller, 4 Court av. boards 47

Portland [.52 1-2 Cambridge

Zane Joseph {Lockwood, Zane, % Lumb), boards



Zang Caroline, house Cottage, n. Everett, E B
Zantzinger Michael, currier, h. 10 Plymouth
Zaph Henry, saddler, 7 Wash. h. at Roxbury
Zeiolf Adam, laborer. Milldam, h. at Roxbury
Z\^cy {Abraham) & Wyman {R. F.), merchants,

17 Rowe's wharf, house at Dorchester
Zumegrunde Joseph, cabinet maker, h. Suffolk

opposite Garland
Zumgrande Bernard, blacksmith, h. 62 Middlesex



<^



This city presents a tower of strength, in commerce, wealth and population, unsurpassed by any on
the Western Continent. The Island was discovered in 1609, by Henry Hudson, and its native name
was Manhattan. The first settlement of Europeans was made in 1613, by a company of Dutch, who
laid the foundation of the city, under the name of New Amsterdam. By its conquest by the English,
in 1664, it received the name of New York. It was reconquered by the Dutch in 1673, and called New
Orange ; but the name of New York was restored when surrendered to the English by treaty, in
1674. The city is divided into 18 wards, and the principal street is Broadway, extending from the
Battery to Union Square, forming a noble avenue 80 feet wide and two and a half miles long. Its spa-
cious side walks, constitute a favorite promenade. New York is noted for her magnificent and costly
edifices. Her Hotels are an object of peculiar admiration, and her Theatres are spacious and attract-
ive. The City Hall was built in 1812, at the expense of more than a million and a half of dollars, and
many others of more recent structure have been erected, even more costly and magnificent. New York
also abounds with numerous Parks and Squares, beautifully ornamented with trees, through which
may be seen spouting the sparkling waters of the Croton. Her Battery, too, is a most powerful
attraction for the stranger. Many attractive and fashionable places of resort surround the city, among
which may be named Hoboken, Harlem, Bloomingdale, and Greenwood Cemetery, besides having nu-
merous Bays and Rivers, which afford a wide scope of pleasure to all who enjoy a sail on the water, or
a ride on the land. Her population in 1845 was 371,102, which the census of 1850 will doubtless swell
to 450,000. The table below will show the increase in population and valuation, since 1825.



Tears.
1825
1830
1835
1840
1845



Population. Assessed Valuation.

. 166,086 ^101,160,046.

. 202,589 125,288,518.

. 270,089 218,723,703.

. 312,785 2.52,843,163.

. 371,102 239,938,317.



NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS,



SEARS' NEW PICTORIAL WORKS,

FOR 1850.

1^ AGENTS WANTED, in every Town and County throughout the Union, to sell
" Sears^ New and Popvlar Pictorial Works," universally acknowledged to be the best
and cheapest ever published, as they certainly are the most saleable. Any active agent
may clear S500 or tlOOO a year. A cash capital of at least S35 or S50 will be necessary.
Full particulars of the principles and profits of the agency will be given on application,
either personally or by letter. The Postage must in all cases be paid.
Please to address,

ROBERT SEARS, Publisher,

128 Nassau Street, New York.



C. W. &, J. T. MOORE, & Co.

Wholesale Dealers in

STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,

No. 71 Broadway, New York.



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No. 539 Broadway, New York.



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PUBLISH WORKS ON

Phrenology, Physiology, Physiognomy, Magnetism & Hydropathy.

Verbal and written descriptions of Character, furnished when desired.

ORSON S. FOWLER, LORENZO N. FOWLER, SAMUEL R WELLS.



BOSTON DIRECTORY.



This work made its first appearance in 1789 — published by John Norman — and contained 1,474 names.
No regard was observed in its alphabetical arrangement, other than the bare letter co mmencing the
name. The letter B has 189 names, beginning with Bowdoin, and ending with Baker. The next Di-
rectory was published by John West, in 1796 ; — a few copies only of this work can now be found. It
contained 3,531 names. Of this number a few only are known to be living.

Mr. "West continued the publication of this work at irregular intervals until 1805, when Edward
Cotton became the proprietor, and like Mr. West, issued it only occasionally, until the year 1820. At
this time, Charles Stimpson, jr. became proprietor, and continued his connection with the annual pub-
lication, until 1846, with the single exception of 1824 ; no directory was issued that year. During
the first few years of his publication of the work, Mr. J. H. A. Frost was connec ted with him. In 1847,
Mr. Stimpson disposed of his interest in, and good will of, the Boston Directory, to George Adams
(the present publisher), and retired from the arduous duties of such a perplexing and diificult work,
after a quarter of a century in its service. Mr. Stimpson, by long experience, and a judicious system
carefully carried out, was enabled to produce an annual work, superior in point of accuracy, to any
other similar work in the Union.

In 1846 a new Directory made its appearance in an enlarged form, containing not only a General
Directory, but a Business Directory, arranging the various trades and professions under their appro-
priate heads, with an Almanac, and other interesting matter calculated to meet the wants and appro-
bation of the citizens of this thriving and prosperous city, and has been continued each successive
year, and is now the Boston Directory. Neither labor nor expense will be withheld to make it the
" pattefti" Directory of the age, and keep it fully up with the progressive improvement of the times.
In a work so intimately connected with the business and interest of the community, much of its ac-
curacy and usefulness depends upon the cheerful and faithful cooperation of the citizens generally;
every family, every resident, and every professional or business man in the city, should give us or our
canvassers, full and correct information of their respective company, firm, business, residence, whether
keeping house or boarding, street, number, &c. &c. With these requu-ements faithfully performed, we
cannot do less than to furnish the public with the most satisfactory record published in this or any
other country ; and the proprietor has the disposition, and is determined, with public favor, to accom-
plish this object.



Year.

1789 •

1796

1810

1813

1816

1820

1821

1823

1825

1826



Number.



Iticrease. Year.



1,474

3,531 2,057

5,755 2,224



6,151
7,360
7,650
8,705
8,760



396
1,209

290

1,055

55



9,069 309

11,050 1,981



Number.



Increase. Year



11,244 194

11,420 176

12,295 875

12,699 404

12,933 234

.. 800



1827
1828
1831
1832
1833

1834 13,733

1835 14,613 880

1836 14,870 257

1837 15,636" 766

1838 15,881 245



Number.



Increase.



1839 16,737 856

1840 17,807 1,070

1841 19,730 1,923

1842 20,063 333

1843 20,930 867

1844 22,575 1,645

1845 23,p32 1,3,57

1846 25,488 1,556

1847 25,915 427

1848 29,907 3,992



BOSTON ALHANAC.

This useful work made its first appearance January, 1836. Its originator and publisher, the late
Samuel N. Dickinson, was a practical printer, of excellent taste and great enterprise. He annually
gave this work his particular attention, and succeeded in rendering it deservedly popular. To supply
the demand for 1849, it was necessary to print an edition of 40,000 copies. In 1841, a Business Direc-
tory was added to its columns, and has been continued each year, except 1843. The business part of
this work is annually corrected by the publisher of the Boston Directory.

NUMBER OF BUSINESS NAMES CONTAINED IN EACH NUMBER.



1841 5,273 names. 1 1845 7,182 names.

1842 5,761 " 11846 7,734 "

1844 7,046 " |l847 8,600 «



1848 8,954 names.

1849 ?9,086 "



A BUSINESS KEY,



^irectoi;i) of tijt City of Boston,

In wMch all Trades and Professions are alphabetically arranged
under their respective heads.



{Revised and corrected, April, 1849.]



ACCOUNTANTS AND COPYISTS.

Chalwill George M. 25 Doane
Comer G. N. 139 Washington
Leavitt T. H. 15 State

AGRICULTURAL STORES.

Breck Jos. & Co. 51 and 52 N. Market
Hovey & Co. 7 Merchants' row
Parker & White, 10 Gerrish block, Blackstone
Prouty David & Co. 19 N. Market [Market

Ruggles, Nourse, Mason & Co., Quincy Hall, S.

APOTHECARIES.

Almy Andrew J., Court, c. Howard

Almy Sylvester, Tremont, c. School

Applebee M., Central square, E. B.

Atwood Charles H., Green, c. Leveret

Bartlett James, 211 Ann

Betts T. W., North square

Blackmer Green, 103 Leveret

Blasland Thomas, Broadway, c. D

Boyden Ashel, Hancock, c. Myrtle

Boyden Merrill N., Suffolk, c. Dover

Brady F. A., Purchase, c. Federal

Brown Frederick, 68 Washington

Brown John I. & Son, 425 Washington

Brown J. T. 292 Washington

Brown William, 481 Wasnington

Bruce Robert, 18 Kingston

Burnett Joseph, 33 Tremont row

Call C. H. 1 I3owdoin squars

Colton George, Cambridge, c. Bridge

Creasy C. P.", Myrtle, c. Belknap

Cutter A. E. 400 Washington

Dadd E. 159 Broad

Dickinson G. W., Myrtle, c. Belknap

Dingley William H. & Co., Hanover, c. Union

Evans J., Maverick sq. E. B.

Evans Jonas, Purchase, c. Pearl

Fales J. J., Maverick square

Farrington Thomas, 1 Tremont House

Ferguson Robert, 348 Washington

Fowle H. D. 33 Prince, c. Salem

Fowle Seth W. 138 Washington

French Charles, Hanover, opp. Tileston

Fuller D. D., Hudson, c. Kneeland

Geyer Andrew, Lowell, c. Causeway

Gleeson M. H., Federal, c. High

Goodhue S. W. 258 Broadway, c. E

Greene Charles G. 667 Washington

Harding Jesse, 70 Federal

Henchman Daniel, 41 Cambridge

Hinckley G. 60 Salem, c. Bartlett place

Holden E. S., Lewis, c. Maverick square

HoUis Thomas, 30 Union

Howard Nathaniel, B, n. Broadway

Howard Wm. P., Hanover, c. Charter



Jones Mark A. 81 Charles

Kenny William, Beach, n. Sea

Kidder James, jr., Maverick square, E. B.

Kidder Joseph, 1 Derby range

Leatherbee James W. jr. 69 Pleasant

Lincoln H. W. 631 Washington



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