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ent for Cradock, conveyed to Thomas Mayhew all Cradock's moietey of the watermill at Watertown and his six shares of the wear which was mortgaged by Mayhew to Cradock. The mill at Watertown was probably built in 1634, at the joint expense of Cradock and Edward How, they each owning one-half. Mayhew bought How's half, and later the half owned by Cradock. The mill race or canal was probably the oldest artificial canal in this part the country. February 1, 1633, Mr. Cradock's house at Marblehead was burnt down about midnight before, there being then in it Mr. Allerton, and many fishermen, whom he employed that season. To this little fishing colony I feel specially indebted, as by the presence of Allerton, of Mayflower fame, his daughter became acquainted with a Dorset man of the colony, one Moses Maverick, and by their marriage a daughter was born, who married; and then, generation by generation, a descent is produced which has furnished a Mayflower ancestry to my family. Wh
rawing, to those who desire it. The school year consists of three terms. One of 16 and two of 15 weeks each. The fall term will commence on Wednesday, the 5th of September. Medford, June 4, 1832. Albert Smith. references.—Rev. Dr. Bates, Rev. Prof. Hough, Rev. Prof. Fowler, Middlebury College; Rev. Prof. Good-rich, Yale College; Rev. Prof. Emerson, Rev. Prof. Stuart, John Adams, Esq. Andover; Hon. Samuel Hubbard, Rev. G. W. Blagden, Boston; Hon. William Reed, Rev. Mr. Cozzens, Marblehead; Rev. Dr. Hawes, Rev. T. H. Gallaudet, Rev. J. H. Linsley. Hon. Thomas day, Hartford, Conn.; Rev. Aaron Warner, Samuel Train Esq. Medford. [Bill annexed.] Galen James, Esq., to Albert Smith, Dr. To Tuition of his son Horace    One quarter commencing June 25th 1832$8.00 To 1 Bush's Questions .75. Paper .06.81       1 Lead Pencil .06. Glass broken .30.36       1 Smith's Arithmetick.50           Weekly Bills.12 1/2 ——1.79 1/2 To Tuition of his s