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Image from page 250 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)

Image from page 250 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)
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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
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Publisher: Boston: : Published by Lilly Wait & Co. and Lorenzo H. Bowen.
Contributing Library: Boston College Libraries
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, In Milk Street, near Liberty Square, is a well knownestablishment under the management of Mr, JamesLongley tlTY TAVERN* By Mr. Lucius Doolittle-, is a convenient and com-modious house, formerly well known as the stand keptby Mr. Simeon Boyden, in Brattle Street, near DockSquare. The Salem, Gloucester, and other stages keeptheir books here. merchants hotel, Kept by A. M. Brigham, No. 42, Hannover Street,has undergone recent improvements, and is calculatedto accommodate from 70 to 100 persons. There arefrom 6 to 8 stages that leave this house daily—princi-pally for Providence and the northward. LAFAYETTE HOTEL, Kept by Mr. S. Haskell, was built in 1824. It issituated opposite the Boylston Market, 392 WashingtonStreet, near another tavern, now marked by the signof the Liberty Tree. LIBERTY TREE TAVERN, Kept hy Mr. G. Cummings, in Washington Streetnear Essex Street, occupies the spot where stood theLiberty Tree, so famed in the annals of the American^Revolution, PICTURE OF BOSTON. 221

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NiEW ENGLAND COFFEE HOUSE- This hotel was ereeted in 1832, hy JoTin D. Williams,Esq. a wealthy merchant of the city. It is kept hy Mr.Frederick Boyden, (brother of Mr. Dwight Boyden, ofthe Tremont House,) who opened the establishmentJuly 24, 1832. The site is one that has been rescuedfrom the sea within a few years. It is built on a trian-gular piece of land, of about 10,000 feet, on the cor-ner of Creek and Clinton Streets, with the most con-venient and airy stable attached to any public house inthe city. The yard is equally convenient, having anexcellent well of water, and one of the best privaterain-water cisterns in the city, which contains about12,000 gallons. This house is of a triangular form andfour stories high. It has a convenient bar and newsroom, a large dining hall, 16 feet wide by 70 long, a 222 PICTURE OF BOSTON. suitable number of parlours and setting rooms; andabout 80 sleeping chambers. The kitchen and cookingapparatus is most admirably contrived. In the washroom is

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