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Editorial Comment. Referring to Mr. Hooper's letter, it is clearly evident that Medford in its corporate capacity never availed itself of the legislative permission to build a grist-mill. In usi
was not our intention to claim any municipal construction or ownership.
By interview we find Mr. Hooper is of the opinion that the very suitable place a little above Mistick bridge was on the presen the following, which is a copy of the deed of Joseph Prout to Jonathan Dunster referred to by Mr. Hooper.
Middlesex Registry, Book 15, page 201.
All that his millstead lying and being on Misti aces Adjacent.
We regret that at the time of the unearthing of the remains of that old mill Mr. Hooper was absent from town, and so never saw them.
Had he, with his mechanical knowledge he could h nces and the site of the old Broughton mill we refer to our frontispiece and acknowledge the forethought and interest of Mr. Hooper in securing the two views of the mill site just before obliteration.