An act to incorporate the proprietors of West Boston Bridge

with the subsequent acts, relative to that institution.
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Printed by Russell and Cutler , Boston
Proprietors of West-Boston Bridge., Bridges -- Massachus
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 4600.
ContributionsProprietors of West-Boston Bridge.
The Physical Object
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Pagination18 p.
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Get this from a library. An act to incorporate the proprietors of West Boston Bridge: with the subsequent acts relative to that institution and the bye-laws as amended, J [Proprietors of West-Boston Bridge.]. Get this from a library. An act to incorporate the proprietors of West Boston Bridge: with the subsequent acts, relative to that institution.

[Massachusetts.; Proprietors of West-Boston Bridge.]. Get this from a library. An Act for Incorporating Certain Persons for the Purpose of Building a Bridge Over Charles River by the Name of the Canal Bridge: and for Extending the Interest of the Proprietors of the West Boston Bridge.

[Massachusetts.; Massachusetts. General Court.; Proprietors of the Canal Bridge.]. An act to incorporate the proprietors of West Boston Bridge with the subsequent acts relative to that institution and Bye-Laws as amended, J By Massachusetts. AbstractAuthor: Massachusetts. The proprietors of West Boston Bridge were incorporated by the Legislature of 17 92 and the act was approved by John Hancock than the governor on March 9th of that year.

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By this act, the proprietors were empowered to build a bridge in Causeway from the westerly part of Boston, near the so called pest house to Pelham Is Island in Cambridge. West Boston Bridge, Boston, Mass. (current record) Postcard of the exterior of Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston Mass., undated Samuel Fowler House, Danvers, Mass., Built An act to incorporate the Proprietors of the Orono Bridge An act to authorize the city of Bath to provide books for the use of pupils in the public schools of the city An act.

The bridge and causeway were opened for passengers Novem The bridge was 40 feet wide, and feet in length. The causeway was feet long, and the whole cost £23, or about $76, The first bridge was built upon pine wood piles, which, going rapidly to decay, were replaced by oaken ones a few years later.

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The bridge was erected under the authority of this act, and afterwards, on the 9th of Marchin an act which authorized the making a bridge from the western part of Boston to Cambridge, after reciting that the erecting of Charles River bridge was a work of hazard and public utility, and another bridge in the place proposed for the West.

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"*GPO: / Reprint " Panel title. Includes text and ancillary subway system map. The first six sections of this act incorporate the proprietors of the West Boston Bridge, and define the privileges, and describe the duties of that corporation.

In the 7th section, there is the following recital: "And whereas, the erection of Charles River Bridge was a work of hazard and public utility, and another bridge in the place of West. An act to incorporate the proprietors of West Boston Bridge with the subsequent acts relative to that institution and Bye-Laws as amended, J (Boston, S.N.

Dickinson, ), by Massachusetts (page images at HathiTrust). West Boston Bridge built - Charles Street to Cambridge (Cambridge St.) diverted travel from Brookline. Until this date only bridge across the Charles near Boston - Harvard Street connecting the seat of government with the seat of learning.

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Drake's History: in all Boston 98 Chaises, 47 Coaches, Chariots, Phaetons, etc. Worcester. The state legislature granted a charter for the bridge to the Proprietors of Piscataqua Bridge on J for an “Act to incorporate certain persons for the purpose of building a bridge over Piscataqua River between Bloody Point and Furber’s Ferry so called and for supporting the same.”.

The legislature of Massachusetts, by an act passed on the 9th of March,incorporated certain persons by the name of the proprietors of the Charles River Bridge, for the purpose of building [*] a bridge over Charles river, between Boston and Charlestown; and granted to them the exclusive toll thereof, for forty years from the time of.

The act incorporating the proprietors of the West Boston bridge, was passed on the 9th of March ; and in the 8th section of that act, it is enacted, that the proprietors of Charles River bridge shall continue to be a corporation and body politic, for and during the term of seventy years, to be computed from the day that said Charles River.

Boston University Bridge, see Bridge(s) (Brookline St. [now Boston University]) Boston Window Glass Company (), Boston Woven Hose and Rubber Company, ; – – paper on (), Boston & Roxbury Mill Corporation, Boston & Sandwich Glass Company, see Sandwich glass Boston & Western Land Company, The Proprietors of Warren Bridge et al., 24 Massachusetts (7 Pickering), –; The Proprietors of the Charles River Bridge, Plaintiffs in Error, v.

The Proprietors of the Warren Bridge, and others, 36 United States, –69; Boston and Lowell Railroad Corporation v. Incertain influential and public-spirited persons of Boston were incorporated, for the purpose of building this bridge from Avhat was then called the Pest House, in Boston, (at some.

This thesis examines the building of the West Boston Bridge inwhich was the first bridge to cross the Charles River between Cambridge and Boston, as well as the building of its successors at the same location in and It is a study of how these bridges brought change to both Boston and Cambridge which resulted not only in commercial development and urban settlement, but greatly.

Some, like Hunt (p. 9), blame it on the Bubble Act, though that should not have restricted incorporations since it aimed only at the unincorporated companies.

DuBois' excellent study shows, as a matter of fact, that the unincorporated company did develop in spite of the act. Get free access to the complete judgment in CHARLES RIVER BRIDGE v. WARREN BRIDGE ET AL on CaseMine. Prompted by its popularity, the Massachusetts Legislature in chartered the building of a second bridge, known as the West Boston Bridge.

To appease the proprietors of the Charles River Bridge, who faced competition from the West Boston Bridge, the state of Massachusetts extended the Charles River Bridge charter from forty to seventy years.

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An illustration of text ellipses. The Attorney General of Massachusetts, at the relation of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Synod of the State of New York, and others, ministers, elders, and the members of the Presbyterian Church, filed an information in the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts against the proprietors of the Meeting-house in Federal street, Boston.

– West Boston Bridge opens. Julien's Restorator opens on Milk Street. February 3: Federal Street Theatre opening performance. Columbian Museum and Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association established. Mount Vernon Proprietors in business.

Tontine Crescent built. The commissioners have therefore assessed to the said West River Bridge Corporation the sum of four thousand dollars, to be paid to the said West River Bridge Corporation out of the treasury of said town of Brattleboro', in full compensation for all real estate, easement, or franchise belonging to said corporation, which real estate, easement.Fairbanks (Lower Tanana: Tanan) is a home rule city and the borough seat of the Fairbanks North Star Borough in the U.S.

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77, s. 1, St.c.s. 2, and St.c.s. 2). There shall be in the city planning department of the.