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ong and sufficient, for which sum of 22 pound he hath undertaken it. At a General Court at Boston, for elections the 6th. of the 3rd. month 1646. Ralph Sprague and Edward Converse are appointed to view tile bridge at Mistick, and what charge they conceive meet to be presently expended for the making it sufficient and prevent the ruin thereof, or by further delay to endanger it, by agreeing with workmen for the complete repairing thereof and to make their return to Mr. Willoughby and Mr. Russell and what they shall do herein to be satisfied out of the Treasury. March, 1647-8. Capt. Ting, Mr. Glover, Lieft. Pendleton, Willie Parker and Edward Jackson are appointed a committee, they or any of them to view Mistick bridge, and certify to the next Court, the two first named to give notice and three days warning to the rest. Of the duties of this committee, or of their report, we can only judge by the action of the Court. March, 1647-8. It was voted by the whole Court that Mi
ils and a gate at Mistick Bridge, to run from the river and over the highway to Mr. Winthrops' rails. And in 1658 Mr. Richard Russell and Thomas Lynde, were appointed to agree with Mr. Collins, to make a gate upon Mistick Bridge, to secure our commwopenny brook or Walnut tree hill, and measured the first rangeway northerly, 90 and 3/4 rods, shut up and improved by Mr. Russell; then still northerly 24 rods, shut up and improved one-half by Mr. Russell and one-half by Mr. Fosdick; then running Mr. Russell and one-half by Mr. Fosdick; then running still northerly five rods, shut up wholly by Mr. Fosdick and improved by him; then we measured still northerly this being Medford bounds, 85 rods, shut up and improved by Nathan Tufts; then still northerly 169 rods, shut up and improved by Brigadies us into Charlestown; still southerly we measured 142 rods, which brings us to Menotomy road, shut up and improved by Mr. Russell. This way has since been laid out as a county road, and is known as Curtis street in Somerville and Winthrop street
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C. H. Morss, C. H. Loomis. Papers and addresses. David H. Brown, Katharine H. Stone, Dr. R. J. P. Goodwin, John Ward Dean, Helen T. Wild, John H. Hooper. Historic Sites. L. L. Dame, W. C. Eddy, Ella L. Burbank, W. H. Cushing, John H. Hooper, Mrs. J. M. G. Plummer, Hetty F. Wait. Genealogy. W. I. Parker, E. Adelaide black, Eliza M. Gill, Ella S. Hinckley, Hetty F. Wait, D. H. Brown, Allston P. Joyce. Heraldry. Benjamin P. Hollis, C. B. Dunham, Dr. J. Hedenberg, F. H. C. Woolley, W. F. Kingman, Dr. J. Edson young. Library and collections. Agnes W. Lincoln, Benjamin F. Fenton, C. B. Johnson, H. D. Hall, Ella A. Leighton, Mary E. Sargent, Catherine E. Harlow, Francis A. Wait, Thomas Wright, Abijah Thompson. Members. Number previously reported, 238. Dalrymple, Willard. Fay, Wilton B. Russell, Harriet J. Saville, Geo. W. W. Saville, Helen E. Simpson, James B. Street, Mary B. Thompson, Susan B.