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1 editor's note.—By ‘line of Library lot’ means the easterly boundary of the old Magoun estate, conveyed to the town in 1875 by Thatcher Magoun. The Children's Library was a later acquirement. The ‘Crest,’ evidently the east to west line of the brow of then Pasture hill. By ‘Governor's lane,’ the narrow opening between the present Savings Bank and Trust Company buildings, not present Governors avenue.
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