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the right of Cambridge to take fish in that river, in 1681, which privilege has remained unimpaired to the present time (Paige, 97-8). Edward Randolph, the arch-enemy of the colony, attempted to obtain possession of seven hundred acres of land near Spy Pond, in 1688 (Paige, 103, &c.). In 1656 Thomas Ross, a Scotchman, and a servant to Edward Winship, had liberty to mow the grass in the swamp anent the north end of Spy Pond (Paige, 646). Andrew Beard was chosen hog-reeve for Menotomy, 1692 (Paige, 486). Jonathan Butterfield was field-driver for Menotomy fields, 1693 (Paige, 505). Jacob Chamberlin was chosen hog-reeve for Menotomy, in 1695 (Paige, 506). Offices once of greater significance than at present. A transfer from Holden to Prentice of a large part of the Holden Farm, bounded south on Fresh Pond and east on Alewife Brook, being the former southeasterly corner of Arlington, occurred in 1729 (Paige, 631). Justinian Holden had bought of Nathaniel Sparhawk's executors
ond, 12, 14, 16 Great Road to Concord, allowance for highway, 9; Swamp by Menotomy River, allotments near, 9 Guide posts, 143 Hall of Thomas Russell, 111 Hayscales, 117, 140 Hearse, 113, 117, 143 Heath and Warren, Generals, in action of April 19, 1775, 65, 78, 79; comments of former on the battle, 79 Hedge, Rev. Frederic H., ordination and dismissal of, 117-119 High School, 158, 165, 209 Highway to Menotomy before 1636, 6 Hiram Lodge, 166 Hogreeves for Menotomy, 1692, 1695, 9 Horse Railroad, 166 Hospitals in Menotomy in 1775, 78, 83 House of Jason Russell at Menotomy April 19, 1775, 67-69, 71, 72, 75 Ice business and John Hill, 146; and railroads, 146, 147; first ice carried into Boston market, 242; houses at Spy Pond, 146 Illumination in honor of the capture of Richmond, 169 Indians, 6, 7, 30, 35, 50, 63, 128 Ingalls's (Capt.) company of Infantry, 1861, 166, 167 Inhabitants, not proprietors, grants to them, 1689, 19 Innholders,