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Charles A. Nelson , A. M., Waltham, past, present and its industries, with an historical sketch of Watertown from its settlement in 1630 to the incorporation of Waltham, January 15, 1739. 2 0 Browse Search
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haracter and influence, 78; his papers sold to Peter Force of Washington, 111 n. 2. Cushing: Rev. Job, 77; Leonard Williams, 88; Warham, 86. Customs of the people, 58. Cutstomach obtains a gun, 59-60, Cutting Tavern (the), 83. Cutting, Richard, 39, 83, 97. Cutting, Uriah, Jr., projector of the mill-dam, 97 n. 1. Dam, original, across Charles River at Bemis Station, 125. Dates, Old Style and New Style, 64 n. 3. Davenport, Ensign, Richard, 41; Truecross, 41 n. 4. Davis, Seth, 126. Day, Stephen, first printer in New England, 47. Dead spindle invented by Paul Moody, 131. Deaths, 200 in eight months after arrival, 16. Dedham, land granted to, 20, 24 n. 2; 79. Deer park, 96. Deerfield attacked in 1665, 61. Deerfield massacre in 1703, 56 n. 3. Devil's Den, Stony Brook, 105-6. Devonshire, colonists from, 13. Diamond dust, cost of, 137. Disaffection throughout English realm, 9. Dispersion of the settlers, 15. Division in the chur