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Acushnet village Albert Allen Almy ambrotype Andrew Arnold Baker Bedford Benjamin Benjamin F blacksmith boarding-house boat-builder Bonney book-keeper Bristol County Brownell Cannonville Cedar Chancery Charles H Chase Cheapside Clark Clark's Point clerk cooper corner County street Court Crapo Daniel Dartmouth David Davis Delano Durfee Edward Fairhaven farmer Fish Island Fourth Francis Frederick George George F Gifford grocer Hathaway Henry Henry Taber Hillman housewright Howland Isaac James Jenney John Joseph Kelley Kempton laborer Lane Leonard Linden Macomber Mary mason master mariner Maxfield merchant Middle N. B. Flour-Mill Noel Taber road North Water numbers painter Parker House Peirce Perry Perry's Neck Pleasant rear Ricketson rigger Russell sailmaker Samuel Sarah School Second Sherman shipwright shoemaker Sixth Smith South Spooner Stephen Sycamore tailor teamer Third Thomas Tripp Union street Walden Walnut Wamsutta Mills Ward Water street wharf widow Wilcox William H Willis Wing Wood
Page 8 - Butler's flats on the south, the east shore of Clark's point on the west, the Eleven Foot Bank on the north, and the Egg Islands on the east.
Page 9 - Trustees — the Mayor, the President of the Common Council, the Chairman of the Joint Standing Committee on Public Instruction, and three chosen by the City Council at large.
Page 20 - STREETS, COURTS AND AVENUES, The streets of New Bedford, with a very few exceptions, are laid out north and south, and east and west. Those running north and south are numbered commencing at Union street, and increasing each way, with the even numbers on the east, and the odd numbers on the west side. Those running east and west are numbered...
Page 3 - Supreme Court has exclusive cognizance of all capital crimes, and exclusive chancery jurisdiction, so far as chancery powers are given by statute ; and concurrent original jurisdiction of all civil cases, where the amount in dispute exceeds $3,000 in Suffolk, and $300 in the other counties.
Page 26 - This is a village usually known as the Head of the River, about three and a half miles in a northerly direction from the City Hall. The westerly part is in New Bedford, and the easterly part in Fairhaven, divided by the Acushnet river.
Page 5 - CE. [Including Justices of the Peace and Quorum, designated by a *, and Justices throughout the Commonwealth designated by a f.] John J. Archer, Charles M. Ballard, George A. Ballard
Page 27 - Mills road, is known by this name, thus called iu honor of one of our citizens whoso labore in behalf of the people there will long be remembered. City Common. This beautiful spot is in the north part of the city, and is bounded by County, Purchase, Pope and Pearl streets.
Page 46 - There are two meetings of Friends. The society known as such from the earliest history of New Bedford have a large brick meetinghouse on Spring street, between Sixth and Seventh streets...