About the first of May the Cambridge post office will remove from its present location to 18 and 20 Boylston street, in Read's Block, where rooms have been leased for five years at an annual rental of $3,000. This was the location of the office before it moved to Brattle street. The lease for the present place will not expire for a year and eight months, but Mr. Read has agreed to take it from the government and also to arrange the new location in a thoroughly creditable manner.
The entrance to the post office will be at number 18, and the store now occupied by Edwards will be used exclusively by the carriers. This will remove to a greater distance from the stamp windows the noise of the machines which is annoying to the public in the present cramped quarters.