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A
LIST
OF
STREETS
IN
THE
CITY
OF
NEW-YORK,
CORRECTI-Y
EXHIBITING
THEIR
SITUATION
AND
EXTENT.
Republished
from
last
year's
Directory,
with
the
Corrections.
The
Letters
refer
to
the
Map
forsale
by
the
Publisher.
He
has
endeavoured
to
make
it
more
valuable
to
thepublic
by
showing
where
the
numbering
of
each
street
commences
thus,
"
Walk-
er
leads
from
Chapel,"
the
numbering
commences
at
Chapel.
ALBANY-Street,
H.
k.
a
small
street
leading
from
No.
\2b
Greenwich
to
the
North
River.Albany-basin,
H,
i.
at
the
North
River,
between
Albany
and
Cedar
streets.
Allen,
Q,.
r.
leads
from
Division
to
North-street
:
was
for-
merly
called
Fourth-street,
and
it
is
thefourth
east
from
the
Bowery.
The
name
was
changed
on
the
24th
March,
1817,
in
honor
of
William
H.
Allen,
of
the
navy
who
was
killed
on
board
the
Argus,
in
the
engagement
with
the
British
sloop
of
war
Pelican,
August
14,
1813.
Amity,
W.
L
leads
from
Broadway
westwardly
to
the
6th
Avenue,
Amos,
W.
g.
h.
leads
from
Washington
opposite
State
Pri-
son
to
Greenwich-lane.
Ann,K.
n.
leads
from
the
south
end
of
the
Park
to
Gold-
street.
Anthony,
N.
M.
n.
leads
from
Hudson-street
along
thenortherly
side
of
theHospital
yard,
crossing
Broad-
way
and
extends
to
Orange
and
Cross
streets.
Arden,
V.
h.
i.
a
short
street
between
Herring
and
Bedford
streets.
 
A
LIST
OF
STREETS.
45
Art,
X.m.
leads
from
the
Bowery
into
Greenwich-lane,
crossing
Broadway
above
VauxhallGarden.
Arundel,
T.
t.
leads
from
Division
to
North-street
;
is
the
I
Oth
east
from
the
Bowery.
Asylum,
X.
h.
leads
from
Christopher
to
Greenwich-lane
;
is
the
2d
east
from
Hudson-street,
Attorney,
T.
t.
leads
from
Division
to
North-street
;
is
the
1
1th
east
from
the
Bowery.
Augustus,
M.
o.
leads
from
Chamber
to
Pearl-street
;
is
the
1st
north
from
Chatham.
Avenue
1st,
leads
from
North-street,
at
the
head
of
Allen,
to
Bellevue.
2d,
leads
from
North-street,
at
the
head
of
Chrys-
tie,
to
Kip's
Bay.
3d,leads
from
the
Bowery,
at
the
opening
of
Fourth-
street,to
Harlaem
bridge.
5th,
the
part
opened
extends
from
Inclenberg-hill
to
Harlaem
commons
;
it
is
known
as
the
Mid-Road.
*
6th,
is
opened
from
Carmine-street
to
Greenwich-
lane.8th,
leads
from
the
head
of
Greenwich-lane
to
Macomb's
Dam.
Oth,
leads
from
the
head
of
Greenwich-street,
and
is
open
to
28th
street.
10th,
is
only
partially
opened.
The
Avenues
A.B.
C.
D.,
also
4th,
7th,
and
11th,
are
in
no
p.irt
opened
Bank,
Y.
f.
leads
from
Greenwich-lane
to
the
North
River,4th
above
State
Prison.
Bancker.
P.
r.
leads
from
Pearl
to
Grand-streets
lear
Cor-
laer's
Hook
;
is
2d
south
from
Chatham-street
;
the
part
above
Catharine
was
formerly
called
Bediow-
street.
Barclay,
K.
L.
1.
leads
from
the
Park
to
the
North
River,
second
above
St.
Paul's
church.
Barrow,
V.
f.
is
a
continuation
of
Commerce-street
to
the
North-
Kiver.
Batavia,
M.
p.q.
leads
from
Roosevelt
to
James
;
is
the
4th
from
East
River.
Bayard,
P.
o.p.
leads
from
Division
across
the
Bowery
to
Orange
;
that
part
east
cf
the
Bowery
was
formerly
called
Fisher-street.
 
46A
LIST
OF
STREETS.
Beach,
P.
i.
leads
from
Chapel
along
thesoutherly
side
of
Hudson
square
to
the
North
River.
Beaver,
F.
n.
leads
from
Broadway,
at
the
Bowling
Green,
to
William-street.
Beaver-lane,
F.
1.
leads
from
Broadway
to
the
North
Ri-
ver,
2d
from
the
Battery.
Beekman,
K.
L.
n.
leads
from
the
Park
to
the
East
River,
was
opened
in
1823
from
Pearl
to
Water-street,
where
it
met
a
continuation
to
the
river,
through
what
was
called
Crane
wharf.
Bedford,
V.
h.
runs
from
the
conjunction
of
Houston,
Ha-
mersley
and
Hancock
to
Christopher-street.
Benson,
O.
n.
a
very
small
street
on
the
south-easterly
side
of
Broadway,
leading
from
Leonard
towards
Franklin-
street.
Birmingham,
O,
P.
r.
s.
a
small
lane
above
Market-street,
leading
from
Henry
to
Bancker-street.
Bleecker,
V.
1.
crosses
Broadway
above
the
Cathedral,
leading
from
Bowery
to
Hancock,
where
it
meets
Herring.
Bond,
V.
W.
n.
o.
is
next
above
the
preceding,
extending
only
from
Broadway
to
the
Bowery,
where
it
meets
Second
street.
Bowery,
S.
p.
leads
from
Chatham
square,
to
the
point
where
Bloomingdale
and
Old
Harlaem
roadsseparate
at
the
U.
S.
Arsenal.
Bridge,E.
n.
extends
from
the
Battery
to
Broad
street.
Broad,
F
m.
n.
leads
from
Wall-street
to
the
East
River
fronting
this
street
stands
the
Custom
House,
in
Wall-
street.
Broadway,
E.
to
Y.
m.
n.
leads
from
the
Battery,
and
ex-
tends
in
a
course
N.
E.
to
the
distance
of
about
two
miles,
where
it
forms
a
junction
with
the
Bowery.
Brooklyn
Ferry,
H.
I.
p.
at
Fulton-street
on
theEast
River.
Broome,
R.
s.
o.
leads
from
the
East
River
above
Cor-ker's
Hook,
crossing
the
Bowery
and
Broadway,
and
ends
in
Greenwich
at
Canal-st.
;
it
is
a
trifle
short
of
2
miles
in
length
;
that
part
east
of
the
Bowery
was
for-
merly
called
Bullock-street.
Burling
Slip,
H.
I.
p.
leads
from
Pearl
at
John-street
to
the
EastRiver.
Burrows
W.
g.
h,_

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