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f £ 15 O. T. March 7, 1747-8, Deacon William Brown was granted £ 16 10s. for teaching a school in the north part of the town. August 28, 1749, the expenses of a funeral in old tenor were for Coffin £ 4 10s. Carrying to grave £ 3 10s. ringing Bell 18s. Paul £ 1, eight pairs of gloves £ 7 4s. In 1751 Mr. Matthew Bridge, being present at a town-meeting, gave the town £ 1 6s. 8d. as a gift in consideration of his congregating with them. At the town-meeting March 25, 1737-8, the town voteeral Jonathan Coolidge. His father Jonathan lived here before him in a very ancient house. The mansion house of Theodore Lyman still remains, valued with two acres of land in 1798 at $8,000. The Bell House, so called, built and occupied by William Bell, his gardener, stood north-east of the mansion house near the deer park, and was valued at $300. The old Livermore house stood north-east of the mansion house, and was occupied by Mark Vose, in the employ of Mr. Lyman, and was valued at $560.