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Old State House..

Leased for 10 years, from July 1, 1866, to N. A.

Thompson & Co., N. American Ins. Co., and

Charles A. Smith, collectively
Mass. Charitable Mechanics' Association
Directors of Public Institutions
Jonas Pierce....
George W. Thompson
J. B. Prescott
B. F. Thayer
Charles Brooks
Wm. Blake

Quincy Hall
Eastern avenue Wharf and Docks.
Dwelling House on Washington st., Highlands
Tenement in Hook and Ladder House No. 1.
Tenement in Hook and Ladder House No. 3
Tenement in Hose House No.4
Tenement in Hose House No. 6.
Tenement in Hose House No. 8.

$21,000 July 1, 1876.

7,000
3,000

200
144
120
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150
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$31,868

CITY OF BOSTON, OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS, May 10, 1872.

ALFRED T. TURNER, Esq., City Auditor :-
DEAR Sir, — The foregoing is a correct list of all the leases that come under the jurisdiction of this department.

Respectfully yours,

JAS, C. TUCKER, Superintendent of Public Buildings,

PUBLIC LANDS.

Land as leased by the Committee on Public Lands, May 1, 1872.

Lessee.

Rents.

Length of Lease.

Morton & Chesley.
Swett street.

Morse & Remick.
Foot Belcher's Lane. Rowe's Wharf Corporation.
Albany street.

Smith & Cotton.
First st., (South Boston). W. W. Eastham,

City Institution.
House of Correction.

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Lots.

Street.

Part of Wharf.
Wharf.
Land.
Lot.
Dwelling house.
Lots.
Lots.

Albany street.

0. Nute. Highlands.

Total.

• $4,650.00

OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC LANDS, MAY 1, 1872.

ALFRED T. TURNER, Esq., City Auditor:
DEAR SIR, — The foregoing is a correct list of all the leases that come under the jurisdiction of this department.

R. W. HALL, Supt. Public Lands.

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IN COMMON COUNCIL, May 16, 1872. Laid on the table, and ordered to be printed. Attest:

W. P. GREGG, Clerk of the Common Council.

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