f Main and South streets, which lot was known by the name of The Gravel Pit.
The farm referred to was that of Governor Winthrop, afterwards that of Lieutenant-Governor Usher, and still later that of Col. Isaac Royall, portions of the westerly bounds of which are still in existence.
To Christopher Goodwin.
Seven Acres. bounded westnortherly by Mrs. Anna Shepherd: north by Mistick River and a Highway to the Ford front the Country Road; eastsoutherly by the Rangeway: southwesterly by Peter Frothingham.
This parcel of land was located west of the land set off to John Foule, on both sides of South street.
Its northwesterly boundary was substantially where the northwest line of Touro avenue now is. The rangeway on the east south bound was a little west of Walnut street, and separated the land of Goodwin from that of Foule.
The fordway extended from Main street to a distance of twenty-four rods westerly from that portion of the land of John Foule situated on the north side of the