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ld mill which had been operated by George Cutter for some years, Wilson Quint had bought the property a short time before this.
I knew him well.
Up to the time of the purchase Mr. Quint had never run a tide-mill, and had little idea of the amount of unseasonable and uncomfortable Cutter was tired of it. It was, therefore, upon the gristmill that Quint must rely for his living.
There were two runs of stone, and the grgun.
The way was closed to all travel; only for a short period was Quint able to pass even over the private way known as Gypsy lane, which l out, starved out. Financially it resulted in a dismal failure, and Quint was obliged to find other business.
He could get no redress and fia man, a neighbor, for an entirely different use; the purchaser, as Quint informed me, cheated him outrageously, so that taking it all in all Quint had a hard experience on the turnpike.
I recall a scene that happened at Ben Fisk's house one spring morning in ‘65.
Fisk, big, ru
; III.—13, 14, 20, 22.
Powder House Square, III.—13, 14.
Prentice, Beulah, II.—25.
Professors' Row, I.—32.
Programmes of Meetings, IV.—5.
Prospect Hill, I.—9.
Prospect Hill, Earthworks on, I.—7.
Prospect Hill School, IV.—30.
Prospect Hill Skating Ground, I.—23.
Prospect Street, I.—22; IV.—22.
Province Magazine, IV.—12.
Ptollopottomy Creek, I.—38.
Publishers' Weekly, I.—8.
Putnam, General, I.—7.
Putnam, Mary, I.—22.
Putnam, Nathaniel, I.—22.
Quint, Wilson, II.—14, 15.
Rafferty, John H., IV:—31.
Rafferty, Patrick, IV.—31.
Railroad Brigade, III.—24.
Rand, Mary, I.—22.
Rand, William, I.—22.
Randall, Deacon, Benjamin, home of, III.—15.
Rangeways, III.—10, 14.
Rangeways West of Powder House, III.—14.
Ranks, Christopher, I.—23.
Rapidan, The, IV.—29.
Rappahannock River, I.—37.
Raymond Family, The. II.—26.
Readville, Mass., II.—37, 39.