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An old-time Deed. Heirs of John Winthrop to Benanuel Bowers. About 4 acres of Marshland, Bounded, westerly by a line beginning at the mouth of a little creek and running from the said creek to a salt pond and from there to a stake down by the river side; and on all other sides by the Mistick river, together with a right of way through the farm to the highway. Feb. 22, 1670. Recorded in Book 8, Page 357, June 15, 1683. This is Labor-in-Vain point as it was before the canal or highway was cut through, making the point an island as it is at the present day. The little creek was that part of Two-penny brook through the salt marsh. The salt pond was in the line of the canal or highway. J. H. H.