Category:Ashburton Place (Boston)

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"Ashburton Place, so named in 1846, in honor of Lord Ashburton (Alexander Baring) of the Ashburton treaty fame, who was brilliantly welcomed to Boston in Faneuil Hall, August 20, 1842, used to be called Somerset Court, dating from 1809." (cf. Bacon's dictionary of Boston. 1886)


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