Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Roxbury” in entry federal-union-the-john-fiske of Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History:
... thickly peopled townships and hundreds.
In the United States nearly all cities have come from the growth and expansion of villages, with such occasional cases of coalescence as that of Boston with Roxbury and Charlestown.
Now and then a city has been laid out as a city ab initio, with full consciousness of its purpose, as a man would build a house; and this was the case not merely with Martin Chuzzl...
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