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g is copy of the papers sent us:— Wanted. I. A contour sketch of the Tract bounded as below, as nature left it, say, in 1630 to 1635. editor's note.—By line of Library lot means the easterly boundary of the old Magoun estate, conveyed to the town in 1875 by Thatcher Magoun. The Children's Library was a later acquirement. The Crest, evidently the east to west line of the brow of then Pasture hill. By Governor's lane, the narrow opening between the present Savings Bank and Trust Company buildings, not present Governors avenue. East, by line of Governor's lane. South, by river. West, by line of Library lot. North, by the Crest. II. A history of the Medford industry in dark granite and red gravel. Probably Queries I and II will correlate. III. The story of the long-abandoned quarry near the north end of old Governor's lane and not far west of Forest street. This was doubtless a Medford industry, though perhaps near or over the Stoneham li