er and in the rocky woodland of the Fells.
On the latter, various localities like old silver mine and others are shown, but we look in vain thereon for the Od Man of the Fells (Register, Vol.
To the Water Department report (1893) is attached a map of the vicinity of Wright's pond.
We thought we saw on this, at the proper location, the words Indian Profile, but a reading glass only showed the same to be but topographical shading marks.
Later reports contain half-tones, sto the inch, showing the shape and location of every building on its lot, and the property divisions of each owner in the inhabited portions of the city.
The brooks and natural water courses are shown, also the stone walls and fences standing at the time of survey, 1893-‘99.
Besides, there are the water-mains, sewers and curb-stones.
In fact, little has escaped notice, and these surveys are revised every year, showing all alterations or additions made.
Thus Medford is on the map up to dat