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Street railway locations granted by the Board of Aldermen to November 1, 1895

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Rockwell and Churchill, city printers , Boston
Other titlesStreet railway locations
SeriesDocument -- 100 -- 1895
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Scope and Contents Includes printed copies of street railway locations granted, and one index volume of location plans filed with the City Clerk's Office, Street railway locations granted by the Board of Aldermen to November 1,Item — Volume 12 Dates: Scope and Contents note The Record Commissioners during the years compiled the “Personal Records” of the members of the Board of Aldermen and Common Council.

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The collection includes forms from members of the City Councils from Gaps do exist throughout this span. The publication “A Catalogue of the city councils of Boston, Roxbury, Charlestown ” printed by order.

94 Bolton Consolidated Street Railway Second Location May 31 of the Board of Ordi. Aldermen in the pavement of Streets May 31 nances of Chapter City Treasurers Monthly Statement November 1 1.

On Decemthe Detroit Citizens' Street Railway; the Detroit, Fort Wayne and Belle Isle Railway; the Detroit Electric Railway; and the Detroit Suburban Railway were all sold and consolidated into one company. The city's street railway system would now be known as the Detroit United Railway Street railway locations granted by the Board of Aldermen to November 1, and for the first time since all of the city's streetcar lines were now owned by.

In a report given recently of a meeting held at Carmansville, by residents and others interested in the extension of the Eigth-avenue Railway, it was stated that Alderman BOOLE was opposed to the. Clippings date from November to January, The trial, brought by the citizens of New Orleans, was an attempt at impeachment of Mayor Fitzpatrick.

The clippings discuss in great detail the proceedings of the case, including witness testimonial, actions of the court, and all charges brought against the mayor. Resolved, That the ordinance directing; a trap-block pavement to be laid in Forty-ninth street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues, passed November six, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-three.

Usage by country Australia. Many local government bodies used the term "alderman" in Australia. As in the way local councils have been modernised in the United Kingdom and Ireland, the term alderman has been discontinued in a number of example, in the state of Street railway locations granted by the Board of Aldermen to November 1 beforerural "shires" elected "councillors" and a "chairman", while "cities" elected a "mayor" and "aldermen".

Pages The Aldermen of the City of London Temp. Henry III - Originally published by Corporation of the City of London, London,   Specifically, the Electric Street Railway Company had been granted the right to build a car line from 6th and Broad Streets, west over 6th to the side of Cameron Hill on Cross Street.

- Burlington High School moves to current location; as part of a major realignment of the city's schools, Edmunds Elementary opens on the former campus replacing Adams (sold off and repurposed as office space) and Converse (demolished in urban renewal) schools.

City Council expands to 13 aldermen. Population: 35, The City of London Corporation, officially and legally the Mayor and Commonalty and Citizens of the City of London, is the municipal governing body of the City of London, the historic centre of London and the location of much of the United Kingdom's financial sector.

In the name was changed from Corporation of London as the corporate body needed to be distinguished from the geographical. A presidential State of the Union Address always is a great made-for-television spectacle.

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Sometimes, it also provides insight into what a president wants to do. Now, 21st Ward Alderman John Collins-Muhammad wants to bring something similar back to St.

Louis, with a State of the City address by M. RailRoads in Minnesota, Part Assembled by. Lawrence A. Martin. Webpage creation: Ap Eastern Railway Company of Minnesota/Eastern Minnesota Railway Company: The railroad initially was a Wisconsin corporation, was incorporated in in Minnesota to construct and operate a rail line between Hinckley, Minnesota, and the St.

Louis River, was organized in. Charles Rock Road Suite St. John, MO Directions () () Fax. Common Pleas Court, Prothonotary of [Record Group 20] Annual Reports5 volumes, index For other Annual Reports forsee Trial Division, other Annual Reports for ff., see Record Series Trial Division, Civil.

Location: City Archives, Market Street, Philadelphia, PA Alderman, member of the legislative body of a municipal corporation in England and the United States. In Anglo-Saxon England, ealdormen, or aldermen, were high-ranking officials of the crown who exercised judicial, administrative, or military functions.

Earls, the governors of shires (counties). The New Railroad Project--A Site for the State Woman's Hospital--The Comptroller on the Erben Case. The Board of Alderman met yesterday afternoon, President CLANCY in the chair. – James Street incline railway opens up June 11 (–). – Hamilton's first large department store opens: the Right House (King Street).

– The Sir John A. Macdonald statue arrives in Hamilton from London, England on 30 October Official dedication of the statue took place 1 November NOTES: Numbers in parenthesis are (year of birth - year of death).If a listing has the red NO PORTRAIT image, that means there are no official portraits in the current gallery for these Mayors.

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The black and white drawings you see below are scans from the / Knoxville City Directory which is part of the McClung Historical Collection of the Knox County Public Library. Scope and Contents note This collection consists of the copies of records filed in the Office of the City Clerk by the Mayor’s Office of Cable Communications for public inspection pursuant to CMR (Code of Massachusetts Regulations) These records span the dates –with bulk dates of – and - Present within these records are proposals/applications.

Holyoke is a city in Hampden County, Massachusetts, United States, that lies between the western bank of the Connecticut River and the Mount Tom of the census, the city had a population of 39, As ofthe estimated population Located 8 miles (13 km) north of Springfield, Holyoke is part of the Springfield Metropolitan Area, one of the two distinct metropolitan.

When the Board of Aldermen assembled. Sept. 9, yesterday Alderman Masterson presented a petition from the New-York Cable Railway Company, signed by 70, people, asking that the.

—First horse street railway company incorporated.Sept. 14—Arion Singing Society organized. March 20—Newark Aqueduct Board created by an Act of Legislature. This Act authorized the mayor and Common Council to purchase the. Lyons Street, the scene of the 'Teapot Murder' was renamed Beresford Street shortly before the First World War.

On the positive side, Bootle was the first borough to elect its own school board, following the passage of William Forster's Elementary Education Act In Dr R.J.

Sprakeling was appointed the first Medical Officer of Health. The Railway and Light Company also joined the new National District Heating Association, which had been founded the year before. Seven association presidents were RG&E employees, and annual conference was held in the city in and Steam was supplied to the Eastman Kodak office building on State Street inand around the.

At the special meeting of the Board of Aldermen last evening, the following message was received from acting Mayor PECK: SPECIAL MEETING -- THE CITY RAILROADS. MAYOR's OFFICE, New. Liverpool Street station, also known as London Liverpool Street, is a central London railway terminus and connected London Underground station in the north-eastern corner of the City of London, in the ward of Bishopsgate is one of the busiest railway stations in London, serving as the terminus of: the West Anglia Main Line to Cambridge; the busier Great Eastern Main Line to Norwich.

Boonton is a town in Morris County, New Jersey, United of the United States Census, the town's population was 8, reflecting a decline of (−%) from the 8, counted in the Census, which had in turn increased by (+%) from the 8, counted in the Census. The settlement was originally called "Boone-Towne" in in honor of the Colonial Governor.

1 November: Broad Street station opens as a City terminus for passengers on the North London Railway. November: Eleanor cross reproduction erected in front of Charing Cross railway station. Café Royal in business in Piccadilly. Major outbreak of rinderpest in British cattle leads to the abolition of urban cowkeeping by London dairies.

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Districts Map.Brisbane's recorded history dates fromwhen Matthew Flinders explored Moreton Bay on an expedition from Port Jackson, although the region had long been occupied by the Yugara and Turrbal aboriginal tribes. The town was conceived initially as a penal colony for British convicts sent from Sydney.

Its suitability for fishing, farming, timbering, and other occupations, however, caused it to.