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extending on Trapelo Street about three-eighths of a mile, rises Mackerel Hill, from the sides and summit of which to the south and east fine views may be had of Newton and Brighton, Boston and Roxbury, with the Blue Hills of Milton in the distance, and portions of Needham, Dedham, Natick, Weston, and other towns. On its westernvoted to repair to the Factory school-house, on Elm Street and organize the church, and the communion was administered by Rev. Jonathan Homer of the First Church, Newton. It had its rise in a difference in doctrinal views from those advanced in the First Church [Mr. Ripley's], as well as in a need which had begun to be felt ofers now freely acknowledge the superiority of watches made upon the American system. The area of Waltham is about 9,000 acres. Some 600 acres were annexed from Newton, April 16, 1849, known as Districts 8 and 9, and for several years past called Southside, embracing the territory north of a straight line joining the two points
boiled together, 18, 57 n. 1. Meeting-house Common, 45, 50. Meeting-house, dispute about a new, 53; located near Commodore's Corner, 53; Mr. Gibbs declines to be pastor of, 54: first in Waltham near Nathaniel Livermore's, 55; purchased from Newton, 55. Meeting-house, new, on triangular plot, 75. Meeting-house, first in Watertown, 44, 45; new, built at corner of Mt. Auburn and Grove Sts., 45. Men and means furnished for Revolutionary War, 103-5. Men drafted for the Indian War, 6arding pupils, 123. New England coast, grant of to Earl of War-wick resigned to new Dorchester Co., 10. New Haven, 44, 57. New-Jerusalem Church, 122. New Netherlands on Hudson River, 35. Newspaper, the first punted in America, 62. Newton, 79, 125, 137-8. Newton Chemical Works, 134, 141. Newton street voted, 96; widened, 132. New Town(e), resolve to build at, 17, 19, 20, 32, 36; palisade at, 28; people of very rich, 31; stratened for land, 34; desire to remove, 34; additi