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dealings with said Bradshaw, until there appears a reformation in said Bradshaw. Between the Cutting and Bird Taverns and on the same side of the road stood the house built and occupied by Amos Hagar, afterwards owned by Captain Mead who had a blacksmith shop east of the house. Connected with this was the wheelwright shop of Captain Morse, who occupied a part of Captain Mead's house. West of the house Cornet David Townsend built a shop occupied by Horatio Bird, cabinet maker, son of Benjamin Bird, innholder. On the south side, above Wellington's house, was a small one-and-a-half story house, with a shop at the east end, owned by Cornet David Townsend, and occupied in 1798 by Stephen Wellman. It had previously been occupied by Peter Edes with whom Eleazer Bradshaw boarded. In 1799 it was occupied by Abraham Fiske. The owner himself lived in it for a while, using the shop for a bakery. Next west was the dwelling erected by Cornet David Townsend; in its rear, and occupied by