not admit reflection of The Fewtrell through the arch, the lock has since been built, and the Carlton house, seen over the other arch, is but recently removed.
In the upper left is the old Wear bridge, at the farther end of High street. The overhanging willows and shallop are at the site of the Woods dam and tide-mill, at one time famous in Medford boating annals.
Beneath this bridge the tides surged swiftly to and fro.
The lower left view shows the Lowell railroad embankment, built in 1834, across the marshland of Charlestown (now Somerville) on the right, looking down stream.
The lines of the river bank are here much changed, but the stone arch remains, embedded in the newer one of concrete, built in 1906.
The upper right-hand view is Canal bridge, over which Boston avenue was built in 1873.
There were four spans, in all one hundred and thirty-four feet, the length of the first canal aqueduct, which was here built in 1802.
Renewed in 1827, on the old abutments and on thr
22 first Passion flower in blossom
October, 22, Soed the field of Rye Soed one bushel of rye one peck of Red top & 1/2 a peck of herds grass.
March th 26, 1830 highest tide that ever knoun
1831 March 28 Wall Peach in blosson
April 15 Grafted Some Cherry Stocks
December th 7 Picked Rose in blossom out a doors
October 27 1831 the Carpenters Finished the shingled of the buildings &c 1832
August 20 Soed turnips in the field
Sept 14 1832 first frost Glass 32
August th 4 1834 Soed the buckwheat
Sept 29 1834 had the first frost in the Garden very heavy
May 21st 1836 Quince tree in Blossom
June 27 Planted Some Sweet Corn
May 31 1837 Quince tree in Blossom
List of Crisanithum for 1838
No I White
No II Yallow
No III Buff
These two are from the second book—
November 28, 1826 Mr. Bigelow Sot Sail for Giberalter
Nov. 5 1831 began to take care of Mrs. Grays horses in the morning.
In this book were kept private accounts, money receive