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n Brooks alluded to several outlays of townships in Medford, with commending words for each. The names he recorded were Bellevue, Sagamore Vale, Williamsburg and Wellington. He said, Private gentlemen open roads through their grounds, mark off manyhn Bishop has done the same on the deep forest south of Pine Hill, and that no houses were built on this tract he called Bellevue. Mr. Brooks described Bellevue as an impenetrable forest—where as children we were forbidden to venture for fear of beiBellevue as an impenetrable forest—where as children we were forbidden to venture for fear of being lost, and ventured a prophecy of its future that was not realized, as few houses have ever been built there. Two ice ponds were in later years constructed, and the place was for a time a rifle range. Mr. Swan attached this comment (over datehave rebuilt, one in another location, leaving four now in use in this tract we have described. With the exception of Bellevue, each tract has been steadily increasing in population, and other estates have yielded to the incoming people in more re