ort towns be; but what they do must be in a way of husbandry, although upon never so hard terms, they having no other way for a supply.
4. By the same reason that the petitioners plead immunity and freedom, our neighbors that live far nearer to Concord than to us may plead the like, and with far greater reason; and should they have a township granted them also, there would be nothing left for Cambridge, no, not so much commonage as to feed a small flock of sheep.
That our town is thus situa71.
A committee was appointed to make a covenant with Phillip Jones, or any other able person, to make a sufficient fence of stone of four foot high,—between Watertowne bounds and ours, as far as to Rocky Meadow; with gates to the highways from Concord to Watertown and from Cambridge to Watertown.
Feb. 14, 1675-6. William Maning, and Nathaniell Hancocke, and John Jackson, and John Gove, are appointed by the Selectmen, to have inspection into families, that there be no bye drinking, or any m