Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Timothy Cotting” in chapter 1 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 11.:
...ppealed to me, and the following week I packed my carpet bag and went back, this time by train.
I found a boarding place in the square, in the house on the corner of Forest and Salem streets, where Timothy Cotting afterward erected his brick block.
A baker named Richardson occupied one half, while the other was lived in by Mr. Gibbs, the worthy watchmaker, whose store was just opposite.
On the opposite cor...
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