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ord, indicated an advance over former methods. As early as 1866 some of the citizens began to realize their opportunities for obtaining a better supply, with Mystic Pond on our west boundary and Spot Pond on our north, and to agitate the subject. Spot Pond had been recommended for Boston's use by Daniel Treadwell, November 4,ity in each of the reports, but the pond was considered too small for the rapidly growing city, and fortunately for Medford (and Boston as well) was not taken. Mystic Pond was taken by Charlestown, and that city finding its supply abundant, supplied other cities and towns. James O. Curtis and others caused to be inserted in then the next Legislature for an act enabling Medford to take water from Mystic Lower Pond. I need not mention for those who remember how the tide rushed in to Mystic Pond twice each day, that this vote simply indicated that there was still some opposition to be met. The vote evidently was pigeon-holed, for the new board did not w