es above mentioned, there is one at Harvard street, where the street passes under the railroad, and one each at North and Grove streets, where those streets pass over said railroad.
Mention should be made of those bridges that once existed in our streets over the Middlesex canal.
There was one over the branch canal at Mystic avenue near Swan street, and one each over the main canal at Main street near Summer street, at Winthrop street near West street, at North street at its junction with West, Cotting, and Auburn streets, and at High street at its junction with Boston avenue.
The abutments of the bridge over the canal, where crossed by the Boston & Lowell Railroad, may still be seen near the Chemical Works, on Boston avenue in the city of Somerville.
Number previously reported, 226.
Begien, Henry M.
Brown, George E.
Bruce, Mrs. F. P.
Buss, Charles B.
Coburn, Charles F.
Fuller, G. S. T.
Hollis, Mrs. Mary P.
Kennedy, Dr. J. S.