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from Mary Bourne, twenty and 28 feet; northeastwardly by the present line of Beach street, twenty-two and 105 feet; eastwardly by Newton place, sixteen and 3 feet; and southwardly by land hereinafter described as taken from Fr. Friese and Caroline Weber, twelve and 27 feet; containing five hundred and sixteen square feet, more or less.

A parcel of land belonging to Fr. FRIESE AND CAROLINE WEBER, bounded as follows, viz. : southwestwardly by the proposed line of widening of Beach street, there measuring thirteen and Bobo feet; northwardly by land before described as taken from Charles L. Lynch, twelve and 4 feet; and eastwardly by Newton place, five and 20 feet; containing thirty-two square feet, more or less.

A parcel of land belonging to ELIZABETH S. CRISPIN, bounded as follows, viz. : southwardly by the proposed line of widening of Beach street, there measuring eighteen and 100 feet; westwardly by Newton place, cighteen and 302 feet; northwardly by the present line of Beach street, eighteen and to feet; and eastwardly by land hereinafter described as taken from William H. Quigley, eighteen and 33 feet; containing three hundred and twenty-nine square feet, more or less.

A parcel of land belonging to WILLIAM H. QUIGLEY, bounded as follows, viz. : southwardly by the proposed line of widening of Beach street, there measuring forty-one and 19 feet; westwardly by land before described as taken from Elizabeth S. Crispin, eighteen and 38 feet; northwardly by the present line of Beach street, forty-two and 14 feet; and eastwardly by land hereinafter described as taken from a person, or persons, unknown, eighteen and wo feet; containing seven hundred and sixty-three square feet, more or less.

A parcel of land belonging to A PERSON, OR PERSONS, UNKNOWN, being a portion of a passageway bounded as follows, viz. : southwardly by the proposed line of widening of Beach street, there measuring three and Tår feet; west

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wardly by land before described as taken from William H. Quigley, eighteen and Ho feet'; northwardly by the present line of Beach street, three and 147 feet; and eastwardly by land hereinafter described as taken from the Boston Young Women's Christian Association, eighteen and 11 feet; containing fifty-four square feet, more or less.

A parcel of land, belonging to THE BOSTON YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, bounded as follows, viz. : southwardly by the proposed line of widening of Beach street, there measuring forty-three and ito feet; westwardly, by land before described as taken from a person, or

100 the present line of Beach street, fifty-one and to feet; eastwardly by land hereinafter described as taken from the Proprietors of the First Presbyterian Church, fifteen and 22 feet; again southwardly by the same, six feet; and again eastwardly by the same, two and 230 feet; containing eight hundred and ninety-four square feet, more or less.

A parcel of land belonging to THE PROPRIETORS OF THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, bounded as follows, viz. : southwardly by the proposed line of widening of Beach street, there measuring one hundred eleven and Ry feet; westwardly by the land before described as taken from the Boston Young Women's Christian Association, two and 43 feet; northwardly by the same, six feet; again westwardly by the same, fifteen and feet; again, northwardly by the present line of Beach street, on two lines, eighty-nine and I7o, and twenty and 15 feet; and eastwardly by Harrison avenue, twelve and 26 feet; containing eighteen hundred and twenty-six square feet, more or less.

AND WHEREAS due notice has been given of the intention of this Board to take the said parcels of land for the purpose aforesaid, as appears by the return hereunto annexed, IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that the parcels of land before described be and the same hereby are taken and laid out as a

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public street or way of the said city, according to a plan of the said widening made by Thos. W. Davis, City Surveyor, dated April 6, 1872, and deposited in the office of the said City Surveyor. And this Board doth adjudge that the expense of widening the said Beach street, as aforesaid, will amount to one hundred sixty-six thousand nine hundred and five dollars; and that the damages to the estates, parts of which are taken as above, are the sums set against them respectively on the schedule hereto annexed.

Estimate of Damages Occasioned by the Widening of Beach Street,

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$43,176

$3,000

$3,000

$46,176

498

15

7,470

3,000

$500

$250

2,500

9,970

616

15

7,740

3,000

250

3,000

10,740

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Heirs of Ruel Baker

Cor. Wash. st.

1,542

Mary Bourne

11 & 13 Beach st.

Chas. L. Lynch

15 Beach street.

Fr. Friese and Caroline Weber

4 Newton place.

Elizabeth S. Crispin

17 Beach street.

Wm. H. Quigley

19 and 21.

Boston Young Women's Chris-
tian Association

25 & 27 Beach st.

Props. of the First Presbyterian Ch. Cor. Har son av.

1,826

6,454

$101,005

$86,500

$25,500

$6,925

$65.900

$166,905

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