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anoe, the court ordered that no canoe should be used at any ferry, upon pain of £ 5; nor should any canoe be built in our jurisdiction before the next General Court, upon pain of £ 10. Sept. 9, 1639.--Registration of births, marriages, and deaths, expressly required; and to be sent annually to the court. 1640.--Matthew Cradock was a member of Parliament from London. June 2, 1641.--The bounds for Charlestown Village (Woburn) are to be set out by Captain Cooke, Mr. Holliocke, and Mr. John Oliver, the contents of four mile square. Mr. Carter, the first minister of Woburn, was ordained 1642, when seventy-seven ministers had been ordained in New England. 1642.--Confederation against the Indians recommended by the General Court. May 10, 1643.--The General Court appointed a committee to lay out a road from Cambridge to Woburn. 1643.--Middlesex was the first to recommend and adopt the division of territory into counties. Mr. Edward Collins was chosen by Cambridge a rep
shua, b. 15 Sept. 1659; Isabel, d. 1661; Sarah, b. 10 June 1662. John the f. d. 1674, a. 79; his w. Margaret d. 1684, a. 80. 3. Edward, brother to John (2), came from Whitechapel Parish, London, and settled in Camb. Village as early as 1643, res. on the northerly side of the street, nearly opposite to his brother, and was a distinguished citizen. He was Representative fifteen years, between 1647 and 1676. His first wife having died he m. Elizabeth, dau. of John Newgate, and wid. of John Oliver, 14 Mar. 1648-9. His children were Jonathan, a merchant in Boston, d. 1693; Hannah, m. John Ward, and d. 24 Ap. 1704, a. 73; Rebecca, m. Thomas Prentice; Frances, d. 5 Oct. 1648; Sebas; Sarah, b. 5 Jan. 1649-50, m. Rev. Nehemiah Hobart 21 Mar. 1676-7, and d. 1711; Edward, b. 15 Dec. 1652; Lydia, b. 1656, m. Joseph Fuller 13 Feb. 1678-9, and d. 1726; Elizabeth, b. 28 Ap. 1658, m. John Prentice 28 June 1677, and Jonas Bond; Hannah, b. about 1660, m. Nathaniel Wilson, and d. 1690; Ruth, b.
shua, b. 15 Sept. 1659; Isabel, d. 1661; Sarah, b. 10 June 1662. John the f. d. 1674, a. 79; his w. Margaret d. 1684, a. 80. 3. Edward, brother to John (2), came from Whitechapel Parish, London, and settled in Camb. Village as early as 1643, res. on the northerly side of the street, nearly opposite to his brother, and was a distinguished citizen. He was Representative fifteen years, between 1647 and 1676. His first wife having died he m. Elizabeth, dau. of John Newgate, and wid. of John Oliver, 14 Mar. 1648-9. His children were Jonathan, a merchant in Boston, d. 1693; Hannah, m. John Ward, and d. 24 Ap. 1704, a. 73; Rebecca, m. Thomas Prentice; Frances, d. 5 Oct. 1648; Sebas; Sarah, b. 5 Jan. 1649-50, m. Rev. Nehemiah Hobart 21 Mar. 1676-7, and d. 1711; Edward, b. 15 Dec. 1652; Lydia, b. 1656, m. Joseph Fuller 13 Feb. 1678-9, and d. 1726; Elizabeth, b. 28 Ap. 1658, m. John Prentice 28 June 1677, and Jonas Bond; Hannah, b. about 1660, m. Nathaniel Wilson, and d. 1690; Ruth, b.
n race in the harbor under water, July 4, 1868 Dock Town, the cove at Dock square, 1708 Oliver's, at the foot of State street, 1817 Dogs No family allowed more than one, 1697 A strin1782 Fire Simmons School-house, State st., burned, Mar. 10, 1785 Four barns of bay at Oliver's dock, burned, Aug. 26, 1786 Hollis street Church and 60 houses, burned, Apr. 22, 1787 Rong match, Oct. 8, 1857 Peacocks put in the Deer Park on the Common, May 23, 1864 Perry, Oliver H. of Lake Erie fame, visited Boston, May 10, 1814 Physicians practising in Roston, 33,8, 1802 Peter Thatcher, chosen, Mar. 9, 1807 Bull, was kept by Robert Alkok, 1652 Clerk, John Oliver, chosen, July 20, 1641 Anthony Stoddard, chosen, Mar. 18, 1650 Town Clerk, Thom1654 Assessed £700, 1702 Assessed $40,000, 1797 Assessed $8,069,719.82, 1879 Treasurer, John Oliver, chosen, July 21, 1641 James Penn, chosen, Mar. 18, 1650 Ensign Hutchinson, chosen
109 Ox, Roast 109 P. Paine, Thomas 109 Paine Hall, 109 Paine, Robert Treat 109 Packets, 109 Palmleaf Hats, 109 Paper Ballots, 109 Paris Exhibition, 109 Parker Fraternity Hall, 109 Parker Hill Reservoir, 109 Park Hall, 109 Park Garden, 109 Park, Back Bay 109 Parkman, Dr., Geo. 109 Partington, Mrs. 109 Passports, 109 Patch, Sam 109 Paving, 110 Peace Treaty, 110 Peace Jubilees, 110 Pedestrian Lambert, 110 Peacocks, 110 Perry, Oliver H. 110 Physicians, 110 Pickpockets, 110 Pigeons, 110 Pillory, 110, 111 Pitcher, Molly 111 Pinafore, 111 Piper, Thomas W. 111 Pittsburg Capture, 111 Police, 111-113 Police Badges, 113 Police, Chief 113, 114 Police Captains, 114-116 Police Deputies, 116 Police Inspectors, 116 Police Superintendent, 116 Police Deputy Supt., 116 Police Station Houses, 117 Polls Taxable, 117 Poore, Ben. Perley 117 Pope's Day, 117 Population, 117, 118