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them, together with Orchards filled with goodly fruit trees, and gardens with variety of flowers. Johnson's Wonder working Providence, Chap. XXI. In 1643 was formed the Consederation of the four Colonies of Plymouth, Connecticut, New Haven, and Massachusetts, the commissioners of the last three named signing the twelve articles May 19th, and the government of Plymouth ratifying the same August 29th. May 10th, the thirty towns of Massachusetts were distributed in the four Counties of Middlesex, Essex, Norfolk, and Suffolk, each containing a regiment, the chief commander over which had the rank of a Lieutenant, and the second in command was a Sergeant-Major. The Water-Town Band was led by Capt. Jenings William Jenison, whose name was sometimes written Jenings (see p. 41 n. 3). He was chosen Ensign to Captain Patrick, August 16, 1631, which office he held until March 9, 1636-7, when he was chosen Captain for Watertown. He and Thomas Mayhew were appointed to bring Mr. Nathanie
Town of Watertown, and erecting a new Town there by the Name of Waltham. Where as the Inhabitants of the Westerly Precinct in Watertown, within the County of Middlesex, by Reason of great Difficulties they labour under, have address'd this Court that they may be set off a distinct and separate Township, whereunto the Inhabitantre to his wounded fellow citizens.—Bond. who lived a short distance below, on the opposite side of the road in Watertown. Dr. Spring was one of the members from Middlesex in the Constitutional Convention of 1788, who voted against the adoption of the Federal Constitution. The building afterwards became the farm house of the Gore en owned by Abijah Livermore and occupied by Eliphalet Warren. Before that date it had been the home of Peter Ball, a deputy sheriff, and one of the coroners of Middlesex in 1774, who removed to Brookfield and died there. It was afterwards purchased and occupied by Warham Cushing, eldest son of Rev. Jacob Cushing, a cabinet maker
126. Cotton, John, on honest men, 30. Cotton cloth, all processes for making, in one building, 131. Cotton Duck first made by Seth Bemis, 126. Cotton goods, first pieces made at Waltham, 131; woven by Seth Bemis before 1810, 125. Cotton-mill, first in the town, 92. Cotton warp, demand for machine made, 125. Council for New England grant lands to the new Dorchester Company, 9. Council of seven persons with two of the planters to act with Endicott, 10. Counties of Middlesex, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk formed 58. Court at South-Hampton aboard the Arbella, 12; of Assistants, 18-22, 25, 28-29. Covenant, signing of constitutes the organization of a church, 22. Cowes, Winthrop's fleet riding at the, 12. Cradock, Matthew, first Governor of the new Dorchester Company, 10; owner of Oldham Farm, 38. Crayons, colored and white, 141. Cross, the red, a superstitious thing, 25. Cuff, Felix, and other negroes hide in the Devil's Den, 105; pay for his