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hat the plan was feasible. Should the undertaking succeed between Concord and Boston, the gradual increase in population and traffic would ie programme; even should communication never be established beyond Concord, the commercial advantages of opening to the market the undevelopecalculated by the latter, the ascent from Medford bridge to the Concord river at Billerica was found to be 68 1/2 ft.; the actual difference various locks and short canals, had been poled up stream as far as Concord. Firewood and lumber always formed a very considerable item in boats carried 20 tons of coal; 15 tons were sufficient freight for Concord. When the water in the Merrimac was low, not more than 6 or 7 toneadows. The defendants secured the services of Samuel Hoar, Esq., Concord, assisted by the Hon. Daniel Webster, who accepted a retaining feeontinued. Flowing along the open channel of the canal from the Concord river to Horn-pond locks in Woburn, from thence it was to be conducte