THE HEART OF THE COMMONWEALTH: OR WORCESTER AS IT IS (Worcester: Henry J. Howland, 1856.) [Difficult to photocopy]
P 84: Our city is well supplied with establishments of this kind, where the traveller[sic] or citizen may find comfortable accommodations by the day, week or year, or with a single meal or lunch; and in any style of elegance or richness to suit the taste or the pockets.
The Lincoln House, mentioned opposite, and its enterprising proprietors, are too well known to travellers to require further notice here. Others, of more or less pretensions, may be found by reference to their advertisements here or elsewhere; and we will only say in conclusion, that no one need stay away from Worcester for fear of lacking ample entertainment for man and beast.