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ware, Dr.028 Isaac Flagg, to ware, Dr.027 April 29, 1775. Isaac Jones, to ware, Dr.020 Nathan Darkhurs, to ware, Dr.020 June 19, 1793. David Brackett, to my horse to Framingham, 12 miles, Dr.030 Thos. Rand to S thousd shingle nales, Dr.0174 October 28, 1794. the Widow Ward, to Earthern ware, Dr. May, 1797. Esq. A. Ward, to 1 1/2 Days work Charles and oxen Braking up, Dr.0120 Mch 4, 1800. Dr. Amos Brancroft, to ware, Dr.016 the Widow Lucy Sanderson, to Hogg, Dr2178 For more than one hundred years the business remained in the same location, and passed through the hands of four generations. In 1870 it was removed to Cambridge. The early records of the concern show that the principal articles of manufacture were beanpots, bread and milk pans, and teapots, and that the trade was mostly barter, exchange for groceries, New England rum, etc. Until the year 1864 or 1865, common flower-pots, the world over, were made by hand on the potter's whee