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y of Abigail Priest and Joshua Child. In 1803 Major Uriah Moore, a paper-maker, married one of the daughters and occupied the house. It was moved back from the street and improved. Amos Whitney, another son-in-law, and John Livermore occupied these premises, and finally Walter, the son of Amos Whitney. On the east corner of Moody Street was a shoemaker's shop, afterwads occupied as a dwelling by Amos Harrington, See note 1, page 88. a laborer, Joshua Garfield, a cooper, and then by Felix, a colored man, in the employ of John Boies, the paper-maker. It does not appear in the tax list of 1798; perhaps was previously removed. Nearly opposite Newton Street is the house in which Warham Cushing resided in 1798. The front part of this had been one of the soldiers' barracks at Cambridge during the Revolution, which he purchased and removed hither It passed from him to Samuel Wellington, and then through various hands to Edward O. Hawes, who died here in 1850. Above this was