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Lieutenant Sprague's long fence. We are presenting an extract from the early records of Charlestown, rela
nted Common of the one partie: And Leffttenant: Richard Sprague: of the other partie: Concerning the fencing th ecte men in the behalfe of the propriatores And Richard Sprague for him selfe: his heires Executors And Adminis ent.
Signed And Delivred In the Presents of Richard Sprague, Solomon Phippes, Edward Burtt.
LieutenantLieutenant Sprague was one of the three brothers who, with four others, formed the exploring party sent by Endicott from n and Harvard streets in Medford.)
The fence Richard Sprague built was probably mainly a stone wall, topped Harvard street, near St. Clement's church.
Lieutenant Sprague was fifty-seven years old when he contracted ached, beyond which they may not pass.
Where Lieutenant Sprague began his fence, the Mystic Valley parkway cr birds, pheasant and quail, find sanctuary.
Lieutenant Sprague may have seen such, and perhaps larger game,
Medford Square in 1924 We are presenting a view of Medford square, well worth preserving, as of historic interest. It marks the spot where the settlement of Medford began. Prior to that time it was the haunt of the red man. Salem and High streets have taken the place of the Indian trail, and the fording place of another joined it nearby at the left. At the right was Mr. Cradock's ferme house, and over this trail came the three Sprague brothers from Salem in 1628-29 and found Cradock's men here at work. In 1630 Winthrop's men settled on his Charlestown farm, whose northeast corner (the Mystic parkway) is the foreground of the view. Five or six years later, Cradock's agent built here a bridge, ever since maintained in various forms. The teetering draw gave place to two granite arches, since lengthened and widened to present enduring form. Behind the iron fencing of the parkway is the Cradock dam which holds back the incoming tides; and the four of lower height which hold
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 26., Old ships and ship-building days of