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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 7., An eighteenth century enterprise. (search)
lder. At North Billerica one guard lock remains with its gates, and conveys the water to the wheel-pits of the Talbot mills, while a little below is the ruin of the lock into the lower river, with a fragment of the gate still in the water. At Middlesex village, where the entrance was had into the Merrimack, is the Hadley Pasture, once the scene of activity, as the boats went up and down the three steps of the fine stone locks. All these are gone, but the little office of the collector still South street, after being extended to Medford Hillside, is now back within its original limits, from Main street, at the hotel, to where the road leaves the river. Spring street, crossing the canal, is Winthrop street. Summer street (formerly Middlesex) and West street approximately mark the course of Middlesex canal in this section. Nathan Adams occupied a house where the Mystic House stands, and Harvard street was Cambridge street. Both names are equally appropriate. Mountain street was
ember 21.—The Spark that Kindled the Revolution. Charles G. Chick, Esq., president of Hyde Park Historical Society. January 18.—Some Old Medford Houses and Estates. Published in current number of Register. Illustrated. Mr. John H. Hooper. February 15.—Old-Time Furniture. Illustrated. Mr. H. M. Begien. March 21.—(Annual Meeting.) The Old South Historical Society. Miss Katherine H. Stone. April 18.—Meeting-House Brook and the Second Meeting-House. Illustrated. Mr. F. H. C. Woolley. May 16.—West Medford in 1870. Mr. Moses W. Mann. Saturday evening course. December 5.—Ancient and Modern Middlesex. Hon. Levi S. Gould, of Melrose. February 6.—The Trial of Rebecca Nourse from its legal and historical standpoints. Marshall P. Thompson, Esq., of Boston. March 5.—West Medford, 1855 to 1860. Mr. Arthur G. Smith, of Malden. April 2.—Scotch Poetry. Mrs. W. K. Watkins, of Malden. May 7.—The Ancient Warfare between Fire and Ice in Medford.
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 7., Meeting-house brook and the second Meeting-house. (search)
t Boston set off for the same purpose—we apprized @20: —— £ 420: Medford Novr 20, 1769 Your Honrs most humble Servants John Dexter sworn Ebenr Harnden sworn Ebenr Pratt James Kettle Germ Cutter sworn Mr Kettle sworn by Stephen Hall, Esqr Middlesex ss Decr 12, 1769. I accept of Doings of the above named Commissrs in setting off to the widow of Andrew Hall Esqr deceased—her Dower & order the same to be recorded S. Danforth J. Prob. A true Copy of the Original Attest: Wm Kneeland Regr ugust 19, 1746. for reasons mentioned in the following document, received nothing in this division; and Sarah and the heirs of Anna, because these daughters had been given money while their father was alive, received less than the sons. Middlesex ss. To all People unto whom these Presents shall come, Oliver Prescott Esq; Judge of the Probate of Wills &c in the County of Middlesex within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, sendeth Greeting. * * * * I do hereby order and assign unto Benj