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exington. Such a project had already been determined upon, and in view of these circumstances, the committee asked to be discharged from the subject matter, which was done. A petition for the West Cambridge Branch Road, signed by Timothy Wellington and others, was presented to the Legislature, and an order of notice was passed January 17, 1845. At a hearing of both petitions from the citizens of the respective towns, in March following, before the committee of the Legislature, Hon. G. Washington Warren appearing for the Lexington petition, and W. W. Warren for that of West Cambridge, it was agreed by a compromise, that the two enterprises should be merged in one, and an act of incorporation was prepared and presented in the same month, which, in the House Document No. 48, was passed under the title of the Lexington and West Cambridge Branch Rail Road. Under the Act the first meeting of the new corporation took place at Cutler's tavern in Lexington, April 14, 1845. Larkin Turn