asured the third Rangeway northerly, partly open, and then still northerly, shut up 20 rods, partly by Dickson, partly by Smith, this being Medford bounds, then proceeded still northerly to Medford river to a Rock, which measured 160 rods, shut up and improved by the Rev. Mr. Smith.
This way has since been opened as a public way, except that portion between West street and the river, and is known as North street in both Medford and Somerville.
The rock above mentioned must have been the southerly point of Rock hill, on the opposite side of the river.
The Rev. Mr. Smith's house stood on land at the corner of North and Auburn streets.
The Charlestown records also give a description of two landing-places, on the south side of the atering place belonging to the town lying on Medford river, bounded as follows: bounded on each side by the land of Mr. William Smith; southwesterly 29 1/2 rods; northeasterly 28 1/2 rods; southeasterly on the Rangeway leading to the river two rods,