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ngton, and devoted his best skill and care to his wounded fellow citizens.—Bond. who lived a short distance below, on the opposite side of the road in Watertown. Dr. Spring was one of the members from Middlesex in the Constitutional Convention of 1788, who voted against the adoption of the Federal Constitution. The building afterwards became the farm house of the Gore place. It was finally divided and removed. Christopher Gore, received as a citizen of the town by vote, April 1, 1793, upon hg document in the possession of an old citizen:— Waltham, Febry 23, 1786. Received of John Bright two pair Mens Shoes for which I promife to Deliver him Fourteen lb. good Flax on demand. Daniel Shays. In the Constitutional Convention of 1788 the votes of a majority of the Delegates from Middlesex County were given against the adoption of the Federal Constitution; seventeen Delegates voting in favor of the adoption and twenty-five against. The Delegates from Waltham and Weston voted i