A Record of the Streets, Alleys, Places, Etc. in the City of Boston

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City of Boston Printing Department, 1910 - Streets - 543 pages
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Page 517 - Boston, and as such, shall have, exercise, and enjoy, all the rights, immunities, powers, and privileges, and shall be subject to all the duties and obligations now incumbent upon and appertaining to, said city, as a municipal corporation.
Page 517 - Lowell ; and as such shall have, exercise and enjoy all the rights, immunities, powers and privileges, and shall be subject to all the duties and obligations now incumbent upon and appertaining to said city as a municipal corporation...
Page 526 - ... eighteen hundredths feet, to a point situated eighty-seven feet easterly from the centre line of Brookline avenue and measured on the continuation of the southerly side line of Aspinwall avenue; thence north thirty-seven degrees, fifty-nine minutes, fifty-two seconds east, by a line parallel with and eighty-seven feet distant from the centre line of Brookline avenue, fifty feet; thence north thirty-nine degrees, thirty-seven minutes, twenty-two seconds east, three hundred and seventy and twenty-six...
Page 518 - ... dollars for every month he so occupies or uses such building or premises, and in like proportion for a longer or shorter time : provided, that this section shall not apply to any building or premises occupied or used for the trades or occupations before described on the eighth day of May in the year eighteen hundred and seventy-one ; but no person occupying or using any building or premises on said date for the trades or occupations aforesaid shall enlarge or extend the same without first obtaining...
Page 541 - Island granted to Charlestown provided they employ it for fishing. May 13,* 1640 certain common lands granted to Charlestown. Oct. 7,* 1640 certain common lands granted to Charlestown. Sept. 27,* 1642 part established as Woburn. Oct. 27,* 1648 L°vel's Island granted to Charlestown provided "half the timber and firewood shall belong to the garrison at the castle.
Page vi - ... avoyding of disorderly building to the inconvenience of streets and laynes, and for the more comely and Commodius ordering of them, upon the forfeyture for every house built Contrarie to this order, of such sume as the overseers shall see fitting.
Page vii - Oliver Noyes, Select men for the Town of Boston. Ordered that the Streets Lanes and Alley" of this Town as they are now bounded and named, be accordingly recorded in the Town Booke wch are as f'olloweth : viz'.
Page 217 - March 11, 1862, the city of Cambridge and the town of Brighton were "authorized and required to rebuild the Great Bridge over Charles river...
Page 525 - ... thence south sixty-two degrees fifty-three minutes forty-three seconds east, twenty-five and thirty-five...
Page 517 - Portion of the line described as follows : beginning at a point in the centre of u the channel of Charles river on the boundary line between the town of Brookline and the city of Cambridge, where the westerly line of St. Mary's street, in the town of Brookline, extended in a northerly direction, would intersect the said boundary line ; thence running southwardly by the westerly...

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