cute said afaier as soon as the Season of ye year will Permit and likewise to make Report to the Town of their Reasonable Charge in Mannaging the Same and the Town to Reamburft ye same; At Sd meting Mr Wm Willis chosen for the ends aforsaid & Capt John Hall chosen for the ends aforsaid
Att Said meet put to Vote whether ye Selectmen should Draw an order on the Tresurer for Ten pounds to be payd to ye above Sd Committe for to enable them att present to manage the aforsfd afaires
Voted of plan of Medford and the land voted to be petitioned for should be left to ye Discretion of the Committe
By this it would appear that a map, or plan, of Medford and its distant farm had been contemplated.
Had the committeemen's (Willis and Hall) judg meet for the Town's interest that such should have been made, it would have antedated the Ephraim Jones plan noted by Judge Wait (Register, Vol.
I, p. 128), the earliest plan of Medford, by sixteen years. But the plan of the distant farm ha