particular allotments and propriety.
March 23, 1662-3. Ordered, that if any man be convicted that his dog is used to pull off the tails of any beasts, and do not effectually restrain him, he shall pay for every offence of that kind twenty shillings, in case that further complaint be made.
Feb. 13, 1664-5. The Constables are ordered to allow Justinian Holden ten shillings towards a wolf, killed partly in Watertowne and partly in this.
May 8, 1671. Granted to William Barrit and Nathaniell Hancock, to dig a sluice, to drain the pond by their houses, in the town's land, provided they secure it from doing damage as soon as may be: and in case the Townsmen see reason for it, they are to stop it up again.
This pond was on the easterly side of Dunster Street, about midway between Mount Auburn and Harvard Streets.
May 29, 1671.
A committee was appointed to make a covenant with Phillip Jones, or any other able person, to make a sufficient fence of stone of four foot high,—between