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ion was $460.67, toward which the voluntary contributions of inhabitants of West Cambridge were $360.67, and the donation of Hon. P. C. Brooks, of Medford, was $100. 1849 Dogs first licensed by the town. A school-house in the East District erected, on the plan of other large schoolhouses in the town. 1850 A suitable safe purchased for the use of the town. The Union School District is divided. 1851 New almshouse built. Old school-house in Wyman District sold. Tornado of Aug. 22, 1851.—A little work of 72 pages, entitled The Tornado of 1851, in Medford, West Cambridge and Waltham, Middlesex County, Mass., being a report by Rev. Charles Brooks, and reports by other committees, contains an extended account of this destructive tempest, its general characteristics and particular incidents, relating principally to Medford. The proceedings at a meeting of the citizens of West Cambridge, holden at the vestry of the Unitarian Church, on the evening of August 25, three d