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Abigail Atkinson BARTLET-ATKINSON HOUSE Bartlet-Porter House bought by John bought in 1771 bought in 1806 bought this land Bradbury-Spalding House built soon afterward built the house Caleb Cushing Charles Charles Hodge clipper ships Currier CUSHING HOUSE Cutler-Bartlett House Dalton House shown daughter Dole-Little House Dreadnought Eben F Edward EMERY HOUSE estate was bought Fireplace George GREEN STREET HIGH STREET History of Newburyport house built soon house is believed house was built Isaac Adams JACKSON-DEXTER HOUSE John Brown John Pettingell Johnson and heirs Jonathan Jackson land was bought lineal descendant Loe Livermore Merrimack MOSELEY HOUSE Moses Brown Moulton House Nathaniel Tracy NEWBURY NORTHERLY HALF occupied passing in 1828 Pike-Coffin House property was bought purchased Samuel Tenney second floor SLOOP-OF-WAR sold STREET The land STREET This house STREET This property subsequently built Theophilus Bradbury Thomas Timothy Dexter Titcomb-Raymond House TRACY HOUSE Tristram Dalton vessels widow William Bartlet WILLS-RICHARDSON HOUSE
Page 185 - The houses, taken collectively, make a better appearance than those of any other town in New England. Many of them are particularly handsome. Their appendages, also, are unusually neat. Indeed, an air of wealth, taste and elegance is spread over this beautiful spot with a cheerfulness and brilliancy to which I know no rival.
Page 185 - Many of them are particularly handsome. Their appendages, also, are unusually neat. Indeed, an air of wealth, taste and elegance is spread over this beautiful spot with a cheerfulness and brilliancy to which I know no rival. . . . Upon the whole, few places probably in the world furnish more means of a delightful residence than Newburyport.