[p. 52] Weft Bay of the Great Barn and the Leento the Same breadth with a privilege in the floor to thresh on and 1/4 of the Barn yards and one quarter of the garden namely the Middle part next Dudley's and so to front the highway with a privilege in the Waste land about the house to lay wood on or the like and one sixth part of the fruit of the orchard Also eight acres of Marsh next adjoyning to Deborah Dunsters' upstream butting upon Elisabeth Wades Norwest the River south and South West the upland northerly || also Nine acres and half more or less of woodland next to Deborah Dunsters West of that and butting upon Charlestown line Northerly Elizabeth Wades Westerly and Susanna's pasture land southerly—also the Said Prudence hath Twelve Acres of pastureland at the south end of the second range butting upon the River1 South and partly upon Prouts Marsh, the Widow's thirds East from the West corner of the orchard comprehending into this twelve Acres One appletree at the West corner and so it butts upon Mrs. Dunster's westerly [ ] Wade north—also seven Acres of Plowland on the East fide of the o [ ] corn field adjoyning to Elizabeth Wade's plowland hereinafter mentioned and bounded by the fence elsewhere All these together at £ 152..12..4 allowing her the said Prudence one half that wood lott at Spot pond into her part—— ffifthly Katherine Wyer2 hath that house by marble's brook3 at £40ll and about Eighteen Acres of land adjoyning allowing two acres for Highways || and Nine acres and half of woodland more or less the Woodland lyeth at the North corner of the farm bounded by Charlestown [ ] north Thomas Willis West, Susanna Wade East and so with that Eighteen Acres by the house is bounded by Thos. Willis' West Stephen ffrances south Deborah Dunster East Susanna Wade's
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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Some Unpublished School reports.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 .
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