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The picturesque pocket companion, and visitor's guide, through Mount Auburn 1 1 Browse Search
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these lots by the proprietors, may be learned by reference to the form of conveyance employed. See Appendix, No. Iii. We have inserted also the names of the hills, foot-paths and avenues, which it was found convenient to adopt. Appendix, No. Iv. These were laid out by a Committee, of which General Dearborn was Chairman. The Egyptian gateway, which forms the chief entrance to the grounds, was designed by Dr. Bigelow. The first choice of lots was offered for sale, by auction, Nov. 28th, 1831; the first two hundred being then made purchasable to subscribers on the following conditions: 1. Each lot contains three hundred square feet, exclusive of ground necessary to fence the same, for which sixty dollars are to be paid. 2. In addition to said sum of sixty dollars, the sum bid for the right of selection is to be paid, and the bidder is to decide on the lot he will take at the moment of sale. 3. If any subscriber be not satisfied with the lot sold or assigned to him,