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, also he told mee yt he had received ten pounds for ye same. Taken upon Oath, 23, 4, 1676 Before Thomas Danforth, Assistt. The Cambridge Comon in the above was the common or pasturage land of Cambridge, which then included Lexington in its bounds. Referring to Henry Dunster's deed to Broughton (see register, Vol. XIII, p. 10) we find conveyance of two Rods broad for a highway (from the sd Mills) to go too & fro betwixt the said Mills & Concord way throu all the land of the said Hen. Dunster till it shall come to the publique country highway to Concord, and that Thomas Gleason was one of the witnesses to the same on March 6, 1656. Evidently this was the Wayes mentioned in Prout's deed of 1710 and corresponds to present Winter street in Arlington. As pertinent to these conveyances and the site of the old Broughton mill we refer to our frontispiece and acknowledge the forethought and interest of Mr. Hooper in securing the two views of the mill site just before obliteration.