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r. In Council Dec. 31, 1736. Read and concurred Simon Frost.Dep. Sec. Jan. 1, 1737. Consented to J. Belcher-- All the above is self-explanatory, but where was the Old Harry's Town? The N. H. Manual, page 41, under the head of Manchester, says:-- This territory was originally known as Harry town or Old Harry Town-. . . Granted by Mason Apr. 17, 1735, to Capt Wm Tyng's Snow-shoe men and hence called Tyngstown Incorporated as Derryfield Sep 3 1751 Medford's town farm. res of towns chartered by Wentworth, and perhaps after province days some of the timber of that region found its way to Medford ship yards. Squog village, within the two miles west of the Merrimack, has been annexed to, and is now a part of, Manchester. In 1812 there was built, perhaps on quite this old Medford town farm, a canal boat called the Experiment. It was hauled by forty yoke of oxen to the Merrimack, launched on the river, loaded, and made the trip down stream under the charge of