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Purposes for

which Debt

was Incurred.



Payments for

Interest and

j Sink'g-Funds

during the

Tear.



1881.



665,554,597



1882.



672,407,962



1883.



682,432,671



1884.



682,556,658



1885.



685,579,072



Municipal . .
Coch. Water .
Mystic Water .

Total . . . .

Municipal . .
Coch. Water .
Mystic Water .

Total ....

Municipal . .
Coch. Water .
Mystic Water .

Total ....

Municipal . .
Coch. Water .
Mystic Water .

Total ....

Municipal . .
Coch. Water .
Mystic Water .

Total ....

Municipal . .
Coch. Water .
Mystic Water .

Total ....

Municipal . .
Coch. Water .
Mystic Water .

Total ....



Amount of | Amount of

Sink'ar-Funds, Gross Debt,

April 30. April 30.



2,331,657 56 $13,397,807 36
794,574 11 2,143,847 85
139,159 91 252,380 4S



Amount of
Net Debt,
April 30.



$29,453,542 25 $16,055,734 89
11,753,273 98 9,609,426 13
1,153,000 00 900,619 52



3,265,391 58 $15,794,035 69 : $42,359,816 23 $26,565,7S0 54



$2,165,851 66 $11,696,278 61



857,745 17
116,863 06



771,692 62
318,137 06



$29,179,851 38 $17,4S3,572 77

11,697,273 9S 9,925,581 36

1,153,000 00 834,862 94



,140,459 89 $12,786,108 29 $42,030,125 36 $28,244,017 07



$2,129,204 91 $12,155,649 92 : $28,165,058 20 $16,009,408 2S
815,145 42 1,989,300 88 : 11,631,273 98 9,641,973 10
96,916 30 366,898 39, 1,153,000 00 786,101 61



3,041,266 63 $14,511,849 19 $40,949,332 18 $26,437,482 99



1,258,645 96 $12,801,146 I



792,815 12
142,498 6S



$3,193,959 76



2,281,857 59
468,225 12



$15,551,229 37



$27,321,038 06
11,631,273 98
1,127,000 00



$40,079,312 04



$14,519,891 40

9,349,416 39

658,774 88



$24,52S,0S2 67



$2,212,536 16 $13,042,321 85 '$28,202,084 14 $15,159,762 29



846,600 02 2,607,768 46 11,955,273 98
127,834 53 506,705 12 1,027,000 00



9,347,505 52
520,294 SS



$3,1S6,970 74 $16,156,795 43; $41,184,358 121 $25,027,562 i



$2,302,250 32 $13,399,825 49! $29,463,395 09' $16,063,569



639,213 41 2,746,505 58
53,860 00, 330,540 15



$2,995,323 73 $16,476,871 22



$2,310,398 10
877,916 46
119,962 50



3,308,277 06



$14,471,706 74

3,106,323 82

444,453 69



12,8S2,273 98 10,135,768 40
840,000 00 509,459 85



$43,185,669 07 $26,70S,797 85



$29,077,706 04 ! $14,605,999 30



13,045,473 98
839,000 00



$18,022,484 25



9,939,150 16
394,546 31



$42,962,180 02 $24,939,695 77



DEBT STATEMENT.



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Valuation on
May 1.


Purposes for

which Debt

was Incurred.


Payments for

Interest and

Sink'g Funds

during the

Year.


Amount of

Sink'g-Funds,

April 30.


Amount of

Gross Debt,

April 30.


Amount of
Net Debt,
April 30.


1886.


$710,621,335


Municipal . .


$2,155,381 41


$14,502,690 32


$28,447,848 06


$13,945,157 74






Coch. Water .


801,887 90


3,385,201 26


13,491,473 98


10,106,272 72






Mystic Water .


114,122 99


521,541 93


839,000 00


317,458 07




747,642,517








850,000 00


850,000 00




Total ....
Municipal . .










$3,071,392 30


$18,409,433 51


$43,628,322 04


$25,218,8S8 53


1887.


$2,123,734 78


$15,395,638 40


$30,985,688 74


$15,590,050 34






Coch. Water .


992,860 71


3,947,616 92


14,142,273 98


10,194,657 06-






Mystic Water .


105,972 23


603,555 62


839,000 00


235,444 38




764,452,548








833,000 00


833,000 00




Total ....
Municipal . .










$3,222,567 72


$19,946,810 94


$46,799,962 72


$26,853,151 78


1888.


$2,292,942 53


$16,246,985 67


$31,797,529 47


$15,550,543 80






Coch. Water .


951,000 57


4,373,304 09


14,741,273 98


10,367,969 89






Mystic Water .


81,036 34


666,965 00


839,000 00


172,035 00




795,433,743








1,616,000 00


1,616,000 00




Total. . . .
Municipal . .








$3,324,979 44


$21,287,254 76


$48,993,803 45


$27,706,548 69


1889.


$2,331,070 18


$16,226,3S2 91


$31,677,201 27


$15,451,318 36






Coch. Water .


1,002,253 39


4,864,092 54


14,941,273 98


10,077,181 44






Mystic Water .


65,362 94


715,811 53


839,000 00


123,188 47




822,041,800


County ....

Total ....

Municipal . .


81,222 50


14,359 72


2,463,000 00


2,448,640 28




$3,479,909 01


$21,820,646 70


$49,920,475 25


$28,100,328 55


1890.


$2,404,046 71


$16,252,603 69


$34,148,821 24


$17,896,217 55






Coch. Water .


1,061,288 33


5,440,819 47


15,696,273 98


10,255,454 51






Mystic Water .


67,299 69


767,306 65


839,000 00


71,693 35




855,069,414


County ....

Total ....

Municipal . .


120,501 04


44,868 91


3,246,000 00


3,201,131 09




$3,653,135 77


$22,505,598 72


$53,930,095 22


$31,424,496 50


1891.


$2,812,223 20


$17,397,374 24


$36,675,206 08


$18,277,831 84






Coch. Water .


1,027,792 39


5,979,297 80


16,267,773 98


10,288,476 18






Mystic Water .


' 77,159 28


680,929 14


690,000 00


9,070 86






County ....
Total ....


156,277 23


82,393 99


3,229,000 00


3,146,606 01




$4,073,452 10


$24,139,995 17


$56,861,980 06


$31,721,984 89



226



MUNICIPAL KEGISTEK.



Valuation on
May 1.



Purposes for

which Debt

was Incurred.



Payments for

Interest and

Sink'g-Funds

during the

Year.



Amount of

Sink'g-Funds.

Jan. 31.



Amount of ' Amount of



Cross Debt,
Jan. 31.



Net Debt,
Jan. 31.



1892.



$893,932,500



$924,093,751



1894.



8928,109,043



$951,367,928



1896.



Municipal .
Coch. Water
Mystic Water
County . . .

Total . . .

Municipal .
Coch. Water
Mystic Water
County . . .

Total . . .

Municipal .
Coch. Water
Mystic Water
County . . .

Total . . .

Municipal .
Coch. Water
County . . .

Total . . .

Municipal .
Coch. Water
Mystic Water
County . . .

Total . . .



$2,714,156 51

803,361 83

81,029 14

100,404 00



$18,324,176 70

6,471,545 34

550,208 70

137,805 83



$35,886,223 37 $17,562,046 67
16,423,773 9s! 9,952,228 64



482,000 00
3,212,000 00



$3,598,951 48



$25,483,736 57



Nothing.
3,074,194 17



$56,003,997 35 $30,520,260 78



$2,925,819 05
1,051,416 63

69,257 50
155,848 57



$17,695,549 70

7,019,058 38

579,254 01

183,819 98



$36,036,374 06] $18,340,824 36
16,758,773 98 ; 9,739,715 60



440,000 00
3,576,000 00



$4,202,341 75



$25,477,682 07



Nothing.
3,392,180 02



$56,811,148 04 $31,333,465 97



$2,785,106 05

1,125,545 15

18,707 59

173,463 33



$12,329,590 80

7,649,504 87

265,210 26

237,991 47



$33,5S5,261 38

17,055,273 98

102,000 00

3,659,000 00



$4,102,822 12



$20,482,297 40



$54,401,535 36



$21,255,670 58
9,405,769 11
Nothing.
3,421,008 53



$33,919,237 96



$2,638,778 71

1,128,739 33

197,837 87



$12,858,595 93

8,444,773 55

296,784 24



$37,894,890 95
17,761,273 98
3,682,000 00



$3,965,355 91



$21,600,153 72



$59,337,964 93



$2,859,527 14

1,066,919 07

67,149 44

198,525 00



$14,910,204 24
9,099,966 39



$43,740,500 66
18,261,273 98

3,665,000 00



$4,192,120 65



$24,324,566 93



$65,666,774 64



$25,036,095 02
9,306,500 43
3,385,215 76



$37,737,811 21



$28,830,296 42
9,161,307 59



3,350,603 70



5 41,342,207 71



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Population of Boston.

The following table shows the population of Boston in 1885, 1890, 1895,
with the legal and registered voters in the new wards Dec. 10, 1895.



Ward.


Old Wards,
Census of


New Wards,
Census of 1895.


Legal
Voters,

New
Wards 1


Regis.

tered
Voters, -^

New
Wards=


/ARD.




1885.


1890.


1895.


Males.


Fe-
males.


Total.




1 . .


. 15,659


19,633


23,821


10,363


10,644


21,007


4,785


4,088 .


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3 . .


. 15,760


17,297


18,744


11,505


10,083


21,588


4,357


3,703 .


3


3 . .


. 12,328


13,094


13,943


6,841


7,102


13,943


3,538


3,047 .


3


4 . .


. 12,518


12,842


13,375


6,654


6,721


13,375


3,311


2,749 .


4


5 . .


. 12,827


12,412


12,986


6,994


5,992


12.9S6


3,266


2,882 .


5


6 . .


. 17,256


18,447


18,194


14,805


13,055


27,860


4,190


3,527 .


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. 12,038


13,145


12,965


9,049


7,924


16,973


4,237


3,057 .


7


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. 11,986


13,026


13,990


12,143


10,987


23,130


5,173


3,587 .


8


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. 11,239


12,660


31,857


11,398


11,776


23,174


5,504


3,888 .


9


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9,746


8,205


5,883


10,070


12,484


22,554


6,007


3,941 .


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11 . .


17,863


21,660


25,729


7,375


12,555


19,930


4,886


3,751 .


. 11


13 . .


13,845


12,585


10,748


9,188


12,403


21,591


5,731


3,802 .


. 13


13 . .


22,547


22,375


20,506


12,695


12,205


24,900


4,795


3,893 .


. 13


14 . .


22,741


26,367


27,906


9,635


9,551


19,186


i 4,381


3,716 .


. 14


15 . .


16,237


18,049


19,501


8,975


9,648


18,623


1 4,324


3,600 .


. 15


16 . .


16,459


18,048


16,343


7,664


8,656


16,320


3,933


3,193 .


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17 . .


14,747


15,638


16,715


10,128


10,986


21,114


4,801


4,003 .


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18 . .


14,140


16,035


17,725


10,641


11,038


21,679


4,830


3,643 .


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19 . .


20,557


23,018


22,622


10,508


11,864


22,372


4,467


4,029 .


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20,994


24,335


30,261


9,893


11,635


21,528


5,225


4,058 .


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31 . .


15,627


22,930


28,364


8,079


11,195


19,274


4,793


4,105 .


. 31


33 . .


15,838


20,011


26,012


10,445


11,844


22,289


4,879


3,999 .


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33 . .


17,425


24,997


32,761


8,736


9,547


18,283


4,032


3,585 .


. 33


34 . .


21,500


29,638


40,938


8,589


9,651


18,240


4,371


4,214 .


. 34


35 . .


8,516


12,032


15,001


7,293


7,708


15,001


3,577


3,284 .


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Total .


390,393


448,477


496,920


239,666


257,254


496,920


113,393


91,344





1 Legal voters are citizens with the constitutional qualifications to vote.

2 Registered voters are citizens registered as voters for the Municipal Election of 1895.
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AREA OF BOSTON.



231



Area of Boston, by Wards. — (In acres.)

(From the Engineering Department — Surveying Division.)



Ward.



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3

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6...

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8....

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10 ...

11 ...

12 ...

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14 ...

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Total



1,188
357
332
301
205
293
394
166
186
394
638
235
604
385
243
564
423
220
760
1,716
640
760
7,615
3,252
2,739



24,610



Flats.



163

58



88



22



74
449
107
109

37



394



136



1,637



159



56

78
11



18
66
79



184



35
65



45

92

116



1,004



Areas to
Ward lines.



1,510
415
388
467
216
293
412
232
287
394
822
235
713
899
350
673
460
220
760
2,110
640
760
7,660
3,480
2,855



27,251



Between Ward

and
Harbor lines.



384*

57*

— 25f



-6f

— 65f



345



'Inside of harbor line.



t Outside of harbor line.



232



MUNICIPAL REGISTER.



Principal Islands within the City Limits.



Name.



Governor's Island
Castle Island . . .

Long Island Head
Lovell's Island . .
George's Island .
Rainsford Island .

Gallop's Island . .



Long Island



Deer Island



Apple Island



Spectacle Island .
Thompson's Island

Little Brewster
Great Brewster

Outer Brewster
Calf Island . . .
Little Calf Island
Green Island . .
Moon Island . .



Area.



72 acres

21.6 "

33 "

71.1 "

39.7 "
17.4 "

25.1 "

182.5 "



182.3



61.4
146.5

3.6
23.1

17.5

17.1

1.1

1.8



Ownership.


Remarks.


United States.


Fort Winthrop.


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Fort Independence. Now
under jurisdiction of the
Park Commissioners.


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Lt.-house and Batteries.


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Gov't Buoy Station.


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Fort Warren.


City of Boston.


House of Reformation.
Purchased in 1871 for
$40,000.


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Quarantine Station. Pur-
chased in 1860 for
$6,600.


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Almshouse and Hospital.
Purchased in 1885 for
$220,791.


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House of Correction.
Conveyed to the inhabi-
tants of Boston, March
4, 1634-n.


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Purchased in 1867 for
$3,750.


N. Ward & Co.




Boston Asylum and
Farm School for
Indigent Boys.


Farm School. Annexed
to Boston by Act of
March 15, 1834.


United States.


Boston Light-house.


City of Boston.


Purchased in 1848 for
$4,000.


Benjamin Dean.




[j. S. Weeks.




James Young.




City of Boston.


Taken by right of eminent
domain in 1859 and con-
stitutes the point of dis-
charge of the Main
Drainage System.



ORATORS OF BOSTON.



233



Orators of Boston.



APPOINTED BY THE PUBLIC AUTHORITIES.

For the Anniversary of the Boston Massacre, March 5, 1770.



1771 James Lovell, A.M.

1772 Dr. Joseph Warren.

1773 Dr. Benjamin Church.

1774 Hon. John Hancock.

1775 Dr. Joseph Warren.

1776 Rev. Peter Thacher, A.M.

1777 Benjamin Hichborn.



1778 Jonathan Williams Austin.

1779 William Tudor.

1780 Jonathan Mason, Jun.

1781 Thomas Dawes, Jun.

1782 George Richards Minot.

1783 Dr. Thomas Welsh.



For the Anniversary of National Independence, July 4, 1776.

William Tudor, Jun.

Alexander Townsend.

James Savage.

Benjamin Pollard.

Hon. Edward St. Loe Liver-
more.

Benjamin Whitwell.

Lemuel Shaw.

George Sullivan.

Edward T. Channing.

Francis C. Gray.

Franklin Dexter.

Theodore Lyman, Jun.

Charles G. Loring.

John C. Gray.

Charles Pelham Curtis.

Francis Bassett.

Charles Sprague.

Josiah Quinc3 r , Mayor of the
City.

William Powell Mason.

Bradford Sumner.

James T. Austin.

Hon. Alexander H. Everett.

Rev. Prof. John G. Palfrey.

Josiah Quincy, Jr.



1783 Dr. John Warren.


1809


1784 Benjamin Hichborn.


1810


1785 John Gardiner.


1811


1786 Jonathan L. Austin.


1812


1787 Thomas Dawes, Jun.


1813


1788 Harrison Gray Otis.




1789 Samuel Stillman, D.D.


1814


1790 Edward Gray.


1815


1791 Thomas Crafts, Jun., A.M.


1816


1792 Joseph Blake, Jun.


1817


1793 John Quincy Adams.


1818


1794 John Phillips.


1819


1795 George Blake.


1820


1796 John Lathrop, Jun., A.M.


1821


1797 John Callender.


1822


1798 Josiah Quincy.


1823


1799 John Lowell, Jun.


1824


1800 Joseph Hall.


1825


1801 Charles Paine.


1826


1802 Rev. William Emerson.




1803 William Sullivan, A.M.


1827


1804 Dr. Thomas Danforth.


1828


1805 Warren Dutton.


1829


1806 Francis Dana Channing.


1830


1807 Peter Thacher.


1831


1808 Andrew Ritchie, Jun.


1832



234



MUNICIPAL REGISTER.



1833 Edward G. Prescott.


1866


1834 Richard S. Fay.


1867


1835 George S. Hillard.


1868


1836 Henry W. Kinsman.


1869


1837 Jonathan Chapman.


1870


1838 Rev. Hubbard Winslow.


1871


1839 Ivers James Austin.




1810 Thomas Power.


1872


1841 George Ticknor Curtis.


1873


1842 Hon. Horace Mann.


1874


1843 Charles Francis Adams.


1875


1844 Peleg W. Chandler.


1876


1845 Charles Sumner.


1877


1846 Fletcher Webster.


1878


1847 Hon. Thomas G. Cary.


1879


1848 Joel Giles.


1880


1849 William W. Greenough.


1881


1850 Edwin P. Whipple.


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