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the burying-ground. It was finally again removed, in 1845, to the south side of School Street, above the Unitarian Church, where its old white oak frame still remains under a new covering. The paper mill referred to became the property of William Parker of Cambridge; afterwards of Major Uriah Moore and Enoch Wiswall. The latter, with Samuel Coverly and John Holland, of Boston, afterwards erected a Cotton Factory at the same point, and they were incorporated October 24, 1812, as The Walthamam, taxed in 1798 for a house on the south side of Main Street, built the first mill at Stony Brook, near South Street. It was a paper mill, and he and his brother Amos served their apprenticeship with John Boies. It passed into the hands of William Parker, of Cambridge, who moved a small house from Cambridgeport to this place, which was the first dwelling-house on Stony Brook. After the Messrs. Roberts purchased the property the wooden buildings were burned, and the present establishment aro
Farm, 38, 93. One-eyed John, 62. Orchards filled with trees, 57. Orders for new goods registered, 132. Ordination, bill of fare for, 111 n. 3. Our Lady's Chapel, 68. Paddocks, Mrs. Winter's, 59. Paine, Wm., grant of land to, 95. Palisade at Newton, 28 Panel picture in old Sanderson house, 98. Paper-mill, Bemis's, 125. Paper-mill, Gov. Gore's, 91; John Boies's, 92. Paper money to silver as 75 to 1, 105. Paper molds repaired by Jacob Mead, 125 n. 2. Parker, Wm., paper-mill, 91, 93. Parkhurst, George Samuel, house of, 83. Parmenter, J. W., 86. Parsonage of Dr. Cushing, 96. Parsonage of Rev. Warham Williams, 82, 96. Parsons, Rev., Jas. C., pastor of Independent Cong. Soc., 117. Parsons, Chief Justice. 82 n. 1. Passengers, a thousand, arrive before 1630, 12. Pasturage, people cramped for room for, 31. Patrick, Capt., 32; joins Mason with reinforcements, 44; character of, 44 n 2, 58 n. 1. Patrols to be kept every night,