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k, at Roxbury line, a gate put up, 1640 Roxbury gate repaired, 1650 Roxbury gate again repaired, 1696 Embankment raised and extended, 1706 Embankment rebuilt of brick and stone, 1710 Had new gates and batteries, 1710 Repaired and greatly strengthened, 1742 Gates thrown open by Washington's Army, Mar. 17, 1776 Substantially improved by volunteer labor, 1814 Discontinued; surrounding grounds raised, 1832 Old ruins dug up in building a sewer, 1860 Fort Strong, Camp Hill, Noddle's Island, built, 1776 Repaired by volunteer labor, 1814 Fortifications Fort Strong. Gone to decay and removed, 1833 Winthrop began to be built, 1808 Warren and George's Island, building began, 1833 Works said to be completed, 1850 Rebel prisoners confined at Warren, 1862 Forgeries The Miller sensation on State street, Dec., 1847 The Jackson swindle sensation, Dec., 1875 The E. D. Winslow swindle sensation, Jan., 1876 Forest Garden West Roxbu