the ruin thereof, or by further delay to endanger it, by agreeing with workmen for the complete repairing thereof and to make their return to Mr. Willoughby and Mr. Russell and what they shall do herein to be satisfied out of the Treasury.
March, 1647-8. Capt. Ting, Mr. Glover, Lieft.
Pendleton, Willie Parker and Edward Jackson are appointed a committee, they or any of them to view Mistick bridge, and certify to the next Court, the two first named to give notice and three days warning to the rest.
Of the duties of this committee, or of their report, we can only judge by the action of the Court.
March, 1647-8. It was voted by the whole Court that Mistick bridge, should be made and maintained by the County at the public charge.
This action of the General Court, placing upon the County the charge of maintaining Mistick bridge, was not satisfactory to Mr. Cradock's agent, as will be shown by the following action of the Court:
Oct. 27, 1648. In answer to the petition of N