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il History. Arrival of Shepard's company, and some of their names. New municipal officers. New division of lands. monthly meetings. ferry. Lectures. Cow Common. goats. herd of cows. weir for taking alewives. herd on the south side of the river. herd of swine. fowls not permitted to enter gardens. cartway to the weir. pound. Stumps. neither houses nor lands to be sold or let, without consent of the Townsmen. strangers not to be harbored. grant of land to the Drummer. Fort Hill. grant of land at Vine Brook. swine to be yoked and ringed. apple trees and other quickset to be preserved from damage by goats. Births, marriages, and burials to be recorded. Farms granted. grant of money by the General Court for a College. organization of the militia. the College to be at New Town. Marshal General. the New Town named Cambridge. printing-press. Bond of Stephen Daye to Jose Glover. It has already been mentioned in the preceding chapter, that Mr. Hooker and a
hing but what mere duty to God and our country calls for at our hands, we commit our enterprise unto the blessing of him who hears the cry of the oppressed, and advise all our neighbors, for whom we have thus ventured ourselves, to join with us in prayers and all just actions for the defence of the land. Ibid., p. 19. As a fitting result of this Declaration, Judge Byfield inserts the summons sent by the magistrates and others to Sir Edmond Andros, who had retired to the fortification on Fort Hill:— At the Town House in Boston, April 18, 1689. Sir, Ourselves and many others, the inhabitants of this town and the places adjacent, being surprised with the people's sudden taking of arms, in the first motions whereof we were wholly ignorant, being driven by the present accident, are necessitated to acquaint your Excellency that for the quieting and securing of the people inhabiting this country from the imminent dangers they many ways lie open and exposed to, and tendering your ow