|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 9074.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 4,  p.|
Format: Book, Online; , 4,  p. ; 15 cm. (8vo) Rules and orders to be observed by a fire-club, instituted at Boston, March 5th, [electronic re | National Library of . Rules and orders to be observed by the Anti-Stamp Fire Society, instituted in Boston, October by Anti-stamp Fire Society (Boston, Mass.); 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Anti-stamp Fire Society (Boston, Mass.), Fire prevention, Societies; Places: Boston, Massachusetts. Rules and orders to be observed by the York Fire-Club, instituted at Boston the first day of May, A.D. Published: () Rules and orders, to be observed by the Friendly Fire Society, founded in Boston, January 5, Published: (). Rules and orders to be observed by a fire-club, instituted at Boston, March 4th, Published: () Rules and orders to be observed by a fire-club, instituted at Boston, March 5th, Published: ().
Full text of "Ordinances and Rules and Orders of the City of Boston: Together with the General and Special See other formats. a review of information on Chapter 3 Learn with flashcards, games, and more — for free. Following a trip to Boston in February , who was responsible for organizing the first volunteer fire company in Philadelphia? Ben Frank The Beverly Hills Supper Club fire on , which took lives, is a modern day example of the inherent dangers in public occupancies. Fire Club Rules and Orders. – List of the Firewards in the Town, and other Matters. , January 13 – A large fire started north of Faneuil Hall, burnt eastward comsuming all buildings, including Faneuil Hall itself, which had been a gift to the town of Boston from merchant Peter Faneuil on .
BFD Department Orders & Engine 46 Hose Wagon & Members, circa BFD Department General Orders – & Apparatus Photos: E10, E50, L1, . A CHAPTER upon the great fires which find a place in the historical records of Boston cannot be better introduced than by giving an extract from an address given by the Hon. Robert C. Winthrop at an evening gathering of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Nov. 14, , held in honor of Mr. Froude, the distinguished English historian: —. A Complete History of the Boston Fire Department: Including the Fire-alarm Service and the Protective Department, from to , Volume 1 Arthur Wellington Brayley J. P. Dale, - Boston (Mass.) - . Rules and orders to be observed by a fire-club, instituted at Boston, March 5th, Published: () A poem on the rebuke of God's hand in the awful desolation made by fire in the town of Boston, on the 20th day of March, , by which, in about 6 or 7 hours, between three and four hundred buildings were consumed: to which is added, some.