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s the first dwelling-house on Stony Brook. After the Messrs. Roberts purchased the property the wooden buildings were burned, and the present establishment arose from their ashes. On Warren Street stood an old dwelling occupied in 1798 by Peter Warren, opposite Hagar's lane, once a road where many of the first settlers lived, now open merely as a cart path, and without a house upon it. On Beaver Street, near the Watertown line, is the house occupied by Captain Samuel Barnes in 1798. His fted their Representative to give his vote in favor of authorizing the Delegates from this State to ratify the same in ye Congress of the United States, that the same may become conclusive. September 28, 1778, Abner Sanderson, Elisha Cutler, Peter Warren, John Bright, and Jonas Child were chosen by the town a Committee to estimate the services of persons in the war either by bearing arms, or paying money to encourage others, and to apportion to the same by a tax upon the polls and estates of t
f name, 69; the place three leagues up Charles River, 15 n. 2; valuation of, 139; 108. Waltham-Abbey, 66-69. Waltham Agricultural Library Association, 140. Waltham Cotton and Wool Factory Co. incorporated, 92; description of, 128. Waltham Improvement Co., 136. Waltham plain, 26, 27, 38. Waltham roads model roads, 51-52. Wand, the constable's, 75. War of 1812, Waltham in, 109. Ward, Caleb, house of, 65. Warham, Rev., John, 13. Warping and dressing machine, 130. Warren: Daniel, 101; Eliphalet, 86; John, 82, autograph, 94; Joshua, 94; Peter, 93, 94, 103: Phinehas, 94. Warwick, Earl of, resigns grant of the New England coast, 10. Washington. George, entertained in Waltham, 80; lodged at house of Widow Coolidge, 107; visit to Eastern States, 108. Watch movements, grades of, 137. Watch Pivots, delicate measurement of, 137. Watches manufactured by machinery, 135; superiority of. 137. Water-mill at Watertown, 21. Water-works, 141. Watertown