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SCHEDULE of LEASES and RENTS of the CITY PROPERTY on the first day of May, 1861, with the names of the

Lessees, annual rates, and times when the leases expire, as required by the Ordinance on Finance,
R. O., page 164.

Property

Lessees.

Annual Rente.

Totals.

Expiration of Leases.

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$ 2,500 00

House,

2,800 00
600 00
600 00
550 00
1,200 00

Basement.
H. W. Keyes, Agent

First Floor.
Charles A. Smith, with the whole third story
Charles Hale, rooms 5 and 13
J. E. M. Gilley, No. 8
Reed & Hastings, No. 9
North American Fire Insurance Company, No. 10

Second Floor.
N. A. Thompson, No. 9
Rufus Choate, No. 16
David Granger, No. 17
Cobb & Dana, Nos. 18 and 19
Morey & Giles, No. 20
Charles M. Ellis, No. 21
H. F. Durant, No. 22
Benjamin Pond, No. 23

Amounts carried forward

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Wharves,

Cambridge and N. Charles Sts., C. P. Chamberlin,
South Bay, No. 1, Charles F. Rand

No. 2, George R. Campbell & Co.
No. 3, Edward F. Meaney

$ 1,200 00

500 00
6 900 00
C 1,200 00

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Lands,

Lot on Brookline St., S. S. Rowe

Newton St., Edmund Jackson .
City Point, South Boston, J. Nickerson,
near People's Ferry, People's Ferry Co.

April 1, 1870.
Oct. 1, 1869.

May 1, 1870.
3,800 00

At will.
At will.
August, 1864.

At will.
370 50

At will.

April 1, 1870. 530 00 50 00 At will.

95 50
30 00
45 00
200 00

Houses,

Corner Joy and Myrtle Sts., Mrs. Davis .
Bridge Street, Nos. 40 and 42, E. Forristall

† 130 00 d 400 00

Dock Slip,

Between Rowe's and Foster's wharves, S. R. Allen,

Islands,

Galloups Boston Harbor, Joseph Snow

200 00 | At will.

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Market Houses.

As per Schedule of the Superintendent annexed, viz. :
Stalls and Cellars under Quincy Hall

Faneuil Hall
Outside Stands
Public Scales

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* On Pemberton Hill, adjoining Scollay Building. a Five years, at $ 500, and five at $1,000 per annum.

This second year $ 000, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth to be $1,000.

c First five years at $ 1,200, and next five years at $1,300. † Part of an estate hired for the accommodation of Primary Schools. d Part of the estate connected with the new City Stables.

AUDITOR'S OFFICE, 24 May, 1861.

ELISHA COPELAND,

Auditor of Accounts.

M A R KETRENTS.

1 MAY, 1861.

STATEMENT OF THE RENTS,

And the Names of the Lessees of STALLS and CELLARS in the

Market House under Quincy Hall, on the 1st day of
May, 1861.

No. of Stalls.

No. of
Cellar.

Monthly Rent.

Occupants.

1

1

2

2 3

3 4

4

5

5

22 10 Elisha Brewer.
58 39 F. W. Delano.
22 10 H. W. B. Frost.
54 17 Watts & Willis.
36 50 J. S. Walker.
22 10 C. S. Drury.
22 10

L. M. Dyer.
55 95 A. M. Aldrich.
22 10 E. S. Stacy.
54 55 Read & Watts.
44 20 S. B. Krogman.
24 43 Jonathan Thompson.
22 10 E. D. Dyer.
44 20 Hiscock & Winslow.
44 20 D. A. Dunbar.
44 20 M. Williams.
44 20 William Melvin.
12 57 C. H. Coolidge.
33 80 A bijah Learned.
24 05 | James Coggen.

6 & 8

6

7 9 & 11 10 & 12 13 & 15 14 & 16

16

17 & 19

18

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