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e18 1/257.36 Edward CutterHouse & Store4341.47 Fitch CutterHouse & Store814.27 Timothy TuftsHouse & Store3 1/219.89 T SargentHouse & Store52.50 (torn)nnyHouse & Store525.51 (torn) TorryHouse & Store5853.80 (torn) eph Adams jrHouse Barn &c2527.44 James RussellHouse Barn &c4141.70 P. R. RussellHouse Barn &c7054.14 S P TeelHouse Barn &c2218.91 Names of Resident LandholdersHouses &cAcresTax Eb. Cutter610.18 T Gould2-3 do 1-3 Brewery39.22 J HagerHouse & Store15.13 E Lampson L Stanton65.63 Samuel GardnerHouse Barn &c5527.02 Jonathan Teel jrHouse Barn &c3616.92 Jonathan Teel71 1/241.40 (18 Resident Landholders) N. R. Landholders C Thomson Wm. Wyman N. Wyman W Dale C Wright166.16 (5 N. R. Landholders) Tenants Charles BradburyHouse & Brickyard16.11 Jacob Page2.50 S Childs10.93 I Thorning8.33 Benj Parker8.10 A Cook1119.34 A Larkin64.12 A Dickson Clark6.38 9 Tenants Young men C Bradbury jr2.50 J. Hager jr2.50 Wm A Russell9.74 T Teel3.15 N. Lampson4<
elaxation and exercise, they cannot believe that the health of teachers or scholars would be hazarded by too close an application to their duties. The winter terms for the schools beyond the Neck began the second Monday in November. The following were the teachers appointed: James Swan, for the Russell district; Jeremiah Sanborn, for Milk Row; Ebenezer Smith, Jr., for tile Gardner district; and Moses W. Walker, Winter Hill. Before the end of the term, Mr. Smith had been succeeded by L. W. Stanton, and George W. Brown had charge for two months at Winter Hill. The schools at No. 4 and No. 5 are now allowed to be kept through the entire year. Messrs. Runey and Hawkins are empowered to make such arrangements as may be thought best in regard to the stove and chimney in the Winter Hill schoolhouse. They are also appointed to supply the outlying schools with wood. A committee appointed to examine the schoolhouse in Milk Row reported that repairs were necessary. It was left to Mes
n, Lydia A., 72, 81, 99. Skilton, Malvina B., 81. Smellie's Natural Philosophy, 98. Smith, E. E. 81. Smith, Ebenezer, Jr., 50. Smith, Juliet G., 53. Soldiers' Monument, 2. Some Old Trees, Number 1, 1-9. Some Old Trees, Number 2, 53-64. Some Old Trees, Number 3, 85-91. Somerville Avenue, 55, 57, 58, 65. Somerville Journal, 22. Somerville Journal Souvenir, 55. Sowden, J., 12. Spaulding, A., 11. Sprague, Ann D., 20. Spring Street, 60. Stanton, L., 14. Stanton, L. W., 50. Stearns, Maria A., 47. Stearns, Maria H., 46. Stephenson, Thomas, 52. Stetson, Lebbeus, 59. Stetson, Susan S., 53. Stevens, John, 49. Stevens, L., 15. Stevens, Rachel T., 75, 76. Stickney, Ira, 21. Storer Estate, 4. Story Street, Cambridge, 6. Stone, A., 12. Stone Elm, 9. Stone, Daniel, 11. Stone, Sara A., 1, 53, 85. Stone, Simon, 3. Sudbury Street, Boston, 4. Sullivan's Political Class Book, 98. Summer Street, 57, 59. Summer Street, Boston, 2. Su