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Identifier: bostondirectory00bost
Title: The Boston directory ..
Year: 1789 (1780s)
Subjects: Boston (Mass.) -- Directories
Publisher: Boston, Sampson & Murdock company
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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ke it an object of economy, as well as health and happiness toreside in these places. In Billerica, also, a very healthful and agreeable retreat may be found in thesummer season. This route enjoys great facility of access to important places in the North and East. The number of trains between Boston and Medford, and Boston and South Woburn is ten eachway; not including three express trains, which pass by without stopping. FREIGHT TARIFF. Merchandise generally, to Lowell, ,^1.25 per 2,000 pounds. by cargoes, 1.10 Pig Iron, Coal, Sand, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Slate, Dye Wood in the Stick, Flour and Grain Oiland Coarse Salt, in lots of three tons, at Cargo prices. Eastern Pine Lumber will be called 2,250 lbs. per M. Eastern Pine Timber, 1.600 lbs. per tonSouthern 4,000 Southern 2,000 Lime at 225 lbs. per cask. Flour at 200 lbs. per barrel.Furniture and other bulky freight, at 140 cubic feet per ton.No charge less than twenty-five cents will be made. 44 RAILROADS BOSTON AND MAINE RAILROAD.

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Depot in Haymarket Square, Boston. Opened for Travel to Andover, 1836; Dover, N.H., us^^\ 1841; S. Berwick, Me.,1843. OFFICERS. THOMAS WEST, President[Office. r^> State street.]EDWAED PICKERING, Clerk and Treasurer. CHARLES MINOT, Superintendent. [Office, 60 State street.] [Office at Depot.] DIRECTORS. HENRY B. STONE, JAMES HAYWARD, WILLIAM F. WELD, ANDREW PEIRCE, (Dover, N. H.) SAMUEL A. WALKER, (Brookline,) JOHN FLINT, (Andover.) In bothWinter and Summer, Trains usually leave Boston on the main road ten times a day, and arrive a.s often, at various hours, between 6 oclock, A.M. and 10 oclock, P.M. BOSTON AND MAINE RAILROAD. Stations. Miles. Fares. Sea.son Tickets. Somerville, 2 Medford, 5 Maiden, 5 Melrose, 7 Stoneham, 8 South Reading, 10 Reading, 12 Wilmington, 1.5 Ballardvale, 21 Andover, 23 Lawrence, 26 North Andover, 28 Bradford, 32 HaverhiU, 33 Plaistow, 38 Newton, 41 Eaiit Kingston, 45 Exeter, 50 South Newmarket, . • 54 Newmarket, 57 I»urham, 62 Dover, 67 Somersworth, 70

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Date: 2014-07-29 23:03:19

bookid:bostondirectory00bost bookyear:1789 bookdecade:1780 bookcentury:1700 booksubject:Boston__Mass______Directories bookpublisher:Boston__Sampson___Murdock_company bookcontributor:The_Library_of_Congress booksponsor:Sloan_Foundation bookleafnumber:51 bookcollection:library_of_congress bookcollection:americana

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