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the Supreme Judicial Court, requiring the Court of Sessions at this January Term, to accept and cause to be recorded the verdict aforesaid, according to the law in such case made and provided, or signify to us cause to the contrary. The record proceeds thus: And on a full hearing of the parties in the premises, the Court here do accept said verdict, and do order that it be recorded; which verdict is as follows: We, David Townsend jr., Thomas Biglow, Thomas Sanderson, Nathaniel Brown, William Wellington jr., Jonas Brown, Ephraim Peirce, Jacob Gale, Moses Fuller, Thadeus Peirce, Arthur Train, and Gregory Clark, having been summoned, empanelled, and as a jury sworn to hear and determine on the complaint of the town of Cambridge against Andrew Craigie, have heard the parties, duly considered their several allegations, and on our oaths do say, that, by the laying out and establishing of the highway from Cambridge Common to Canal Bridge, and by the passage of the same highway over lands of
g. Westward of the Bridge property was that of the Wellingtons, the old homestead of many families of the name. William Wellington was a Selectman for seventeen years between 1780 and 1803. That portion of Trapelo west of the Wellington estate b. 27. n. 1, where the name Hardy's Pond is omitted. are well known features of Trapelo's west end. Mount Enoch, also on Wellington lands, is the highest of the Trapelo Hills, and offers fine views from its summit to the north and west. During the erected in the four acre lot granted in the Further Plain to Isaac Mixer. In 1798 it was owned and occupied by William Wellington, Jr., who built the brick house now standing on the original site of the Mixer house. Just above Bacon Street, (fo They likewise delivered to Eliphalet Hastings, Abraham Parkhurst, and Daniel Warren the guns of Jonas Dix, Esq., William Wellington, and Josiah Brown respectively, the owners being willing to lend the same. Two weeks later, May 27th, a vote was p
ught by the town, 21; granted land on south side of Charles River, 21. Weathersfield settled by explorers from Watertown, 36; attacked by Indians, 42; 46. Wellington family, remarkable longevity of, 108. Wellington: Samuel, residence, 84; Seth, 88; Thomas, Jr., bought old church, 75 n. 2, tavern-keeper, 82; William, selecWellington: Samuel, residence, 84; Seth, 88; Thomas, Jr., bought old church, 75 n. 2, tavern-keeper, 82; William, selectman, 81, 101. Wellington's grove, 81. Wellman Stephen, 84, 85. Welsh, John. fine residence of, 84. Welsteed, Wm., 118; Rev. Wm. declines a call, 118; librarian at Harvard College, 119. Wessaguscus shore, 38. Wesson, Capt., Zachary, builder of the Green Tavern, 89. Western fever raging, 36. Weston: originalWellington's grove, 81. Wellman Stephen, 84, 85. Welsh, John. fine residence of, 84. Welsteed, Wm., 118; Rev. Wm. declines a call, 118; librarian at Harvard College, 119. Wessaguscus shore, 38. Wesson, Capt., Zachary, builder of the Green Tavern, 89. Western fever raging, 36. Weston: originally part of Watertown, 9; gets and sells its portion of lands granted at Wachusett Hill. 20; 52; 100; incorporated, 55; barn in burned by Indians, 62; 79, 108. Westward growth of the town, 53. Whipcutt, 26 n. 3. Whipping as a means of punishment, 18. White Mountains, 141 n. 1, 142. Whitman, Rev. Bernard (Unitarian), p
Proceedings in the Courts. Mayor's Court, Thursday, Nov. 20th. --Walter Philcock and Cadmus C. Cooper were examined for engaging in a personal rencontre at the Exchange Hotel on Wednesday night. The parties protested that they were only engaged in a friendly wrestle, and did not intend to trespass on the rights of the keeper of the Hotel. Nothing appearing to gainsay this, they were discharged. Nathaniel, slave of Wm. Wellington, was sent on for trial before the Hustings Court, for stealing a silver watch worth $30, $15 in C. S. notes, one pair of pantaloons, and three vests, the property of Wm. Tyree. John W. McDowell, arrested by Officer Crone, for stealing a horse worth $200 from Blias White, on Wednesday evening, was examined, and it appearing that the crime, if any, was committed in Fluvanna county, McDowell was committed to be sent thither for examination. Beverly Hog, and sundry other free negroes arrested for not having their free papers with them, wer