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Progress in London, New Buildings erected in 1865.
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Progress in London, New Buildings erected in 1865. London Free Press. Se 12, 1865, p.3.

The Collegiate Institute $3000

Palmer’s Block $12,000

City Hotel $10,000

Brick store on Dundas Street, owned by W. Stead $3,000

Store on Dundas Street owned by Mr. Ashberry $3,000

Store on Dundas Street owned by John Green $3,000

Brick Cottage, Mr. Rae, King Street $1,000

New School in 5th Ward, cor. Waterloo & Grey $1,000

Brick dwelling, cor. Waterloo & North $1,500

Primitive Methodist Church, King Street $4,000

Brick dwelling, cor. Ridout & Bathurst $1,000

Brick dwelling house on Colborne Street $1,000

New County Building, Court House Square (Registry?) $2,000

Addition to Walker & Sons $1,000

New stable, Wm. Balkwill $800

Addition to Moffet’s book store $600

Two storey hotel, W. Franks, Richmond Street $2,000

Dwelling house, Dundas Street $3,500

Dwelling house, York Street $2,000

Frame house, cor. Oxford & George $1,000

Frame house owned by J. Taylor $500

Two storey brick house, cor. Dundas & Wellington,

Owned by Mr. Willis of firm of Willis & Dalton $2,000

Two storey brick dwelling, cor. Talbot & Hitchcock

(owned by Capt. Wilson?) $3,000

Brick Dwelling on Talbot Street owned by Mr. Cooper $800

New frame house on Ridout Street $500

In progress, new Concert Hall, by E.W. Hyman $1,500

Total $92,300

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Progress in London, New Buildings erected in 1865.