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,000 tons of ice for sale at No. 103 Faneuil Hall Market, Boston. Mr. Hill was a distinguished ice-cutter, and in 1844, when Boston Harbor waoint of expense, as if it were cut from a pond on Boston Common. Gov. Hill says— Just before the cars commenced running, we visited ouwill be suffered to stand at least as long as we shall live. Governor Hill died at Washington, D. C., March 22, 1851. The house has outlivo the introduction of a remarkable letter written by a kinsman of Gov. Hill, at the age of 102 years. This aged centenarian, with his fat her first husband, and owned a black wench and a little brat. Gov. Hill says the possession of this accession of blacks was regarded in tn West Cambridge, on the old road to the colleges. The father of Gov. Hill removed in 1798 to Ashburnham, and the remainder of the article icept this broken scroll from your sincere friend, John Adams. Hon. Isaac Hill. 1848 The Hon. James Russell, in behalf of the committe
y, d. 24 Sept. 1790, a. 2 yrs. 11. Isaac, s. of Abraham (4), m. Hannah, dau. of Walter Russell, and was father of Gov. Isaac Hill of New Hampshire; rem. to Ashburnham. (Son Isaac, Isaac Hill, politician and journalist of New Hampshire, born Cry Ann, or Mercy Ann, m. Jonathan V. Fletcher, of Medford, 3 Nov. 1836. James the father d. 2 Feb. 1852, a. nearly 79. Mrs. Hill survived him. A sermon preached at West Cambridge, 8 Feb. 1852, on the Sabbath succeeding his death, by his pastor Jame, 10 Dec. 1873, a. 66.) 22. Mary, m. William Codner, of Boston, 5 Dec. 1745—fee £ 2 —dau. of Abraham (see Paige, 582). Hill (girl), funeral 25 Aug. 1775. Ebenezer, belonged to the Baptist Society, 1787. Mrs. Elizabeth, d. 5 July, 1794, a. 32. n, stillborn, 8 Oct. 1769; Hannah, b. 3, bap. 16 Feb. 1772, m. Isaac Hill, and rem. in 1798 to Ashburnham-parents of Gov. Isaac Hill of New Hampshire, who was born eldest of a family of nine children, 6 Apr. 1789, in the house where his gr.—father W