Image from page 345 of "Bowen's Picture of Boston, or The citizen's and stranger's guide to the metropolis of Massachusetts, and its environs. : To which is prefixed the Annals of Boston. ; Embellished with engravings" (1833)
Title: Bowen's Picture of Boston, or The citizen's and stranger's guide to the metropolis of Massachusetts, and its environs. : To which is prefixed the Annals of Boston. ; Embellished with engravings
Year: 1833 (1830s)
Authors: Bowen, Abel, 1790-1850 Bowen, Lorenzo H., publisher Bowen, Abel, 1790-1850, printer Bowen, Abel, 1790-1850, engraver Andrews, Joseph, 1806-1873, ill Wadsworth, Alexander, 1806-1898, cartographer Lilly, Wait, and Company, publisher
Publisher: Boston: : Published by Lilly Wait & Co. and Lorenzo H. Bowen.
Contributing Library: Boston College Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries
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essenger 23assessors 25sup.bur.grounds24city solicitor 23resident phys. 24clerk h. indust. 27sup. h. ref. 27chief engineer 27police court 28captain watch 23judge m. court 29register of deeds 29sup. of streets 24 Trimountain, origin 10 Treasurer, city 21 Thayer, G. F. school 90 Trade and commerce 112 Telegraph, marine 114 Thompsons island 11,122 Tombs, number of 189 Theatre, boston 198Washington 205tremont 206warren 209 Tromont house 215 Thayer, rev. John 151 Training days 215 Thanksgiving days 215 Taverns, list of 215 United states court 18 branch bank 86 Unitarian liturgy 132 Vassals monument 185 Vaccination 24 Winthrop, gov. arrives 9tomb 184 West boston 15 Ward officers 26books 22meetings 19 Watch, captain of 26 316 PICTURE OF BOSTON. Writing schools 32 Washington 41 birth day 212bust 139statue 192theatre 205light inf. co. 197hall 90 West boston bridge 95Warren bridge 102Wharves 12,113Winnesimet ferry 11,104Worcester rail road 238Winslow blues 197Young mens association 65society 65
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