[p. 51] whole of the West Cellar with a way through the middle Cellar to it. also the Said Dudley hath about forty acres of woodland and pasture land altogether abutting upon Charles-town line adjoyning to the widows Thirds comprehending the saw mill Damm and the pond into his Bounds allowing him the whole Sawmill with the Utensils and privileges thereof forever. (Excepting only the Widow's Thirds thereof for her life) and the Reasons why We allow him the whole Saw mill, not only be-cause we have contrived it within his bounds but because the Estate is in his Debt who eat but a single Share of the Provisions when there was a double share due to him of all both Chattels as well as lands All make 305ll. 4. 8d---------------£305..4..8 Thirdly Deborah Dunster hath one half of the house and land at Charlestown at 20ll: and She hath the greatest part of her Lands in the third Range1 namely Thirty three Acres more or less at £74ll: that comes down to Prouts marsh2 Southerly butting upon Dudley's woodland northerly and Easterly it butts upon Dudley, Prudence and Elizabeth Wades pastureland. Eight Acres of Marsh at Wiggins corner bounded by Prudence Swan's Marsh Marsh weft and south and by the river and upland elsewhere @ £38ll. and awoodlott adjoyning to Dudley Wades Nine Acres and ahalf more or less all which make up her One hundred fifty two pounds 1214d.------------------------------------£ 52..12..4 ffourthly Prudence Swann3 hath part of the Brick house Vizt: that Room called the parlour at 35ll. and half the Middle Cellar 1/6th: of the wash house 1//4th: of the East Garret on the North fide thereof and the
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Incidents and reminiscences of the Fire Department of Medford .
High School Department.
Some Unpublished School reports.
First Universalist Society in Medford .
Medford Historical Society .
Medford Assembly or Dancing Class.
Rules for the Assembly .
Old Ship street .
Parson Osgood 's account of the dark day , May 19 , 1780 .
1 The Charlestown wood lots in the present bounds of Medford were divided into five ranges, which are very clearly shown on Walling's map of Medford dated 1855. This land is nearly all included now in the Middlesex Fells reservation.
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