s of Charlestown, Boston, Dorchester, Roxbury, and Watertown.
Among these places Boston was clearly marked forfor regarding it as in danger.
The situation of Watertown was a little too far inland for convenience, but a position on Charles River somewhat lower than Watertown would be far less accessible to war-ships— either Engls forest ran the trail or path from Charlestown to Watertown, nearly coinciding with the crooked line Kirkland-pallysadoe aboute the Newe Towne.
Here the men of Watertown protested, and refused to pay their share of the try to have resisted, did these village Hampdens of Watertown utter their memorable protest.
In the summer ofartford, while the congregations of Dorchester and Watertown founded Windsor and Wethersfield.
The exodus fromon.
In 1754, the boundary between Cambridge and Watertown was carried westward about half a mile from its fol, who picked up the child of Goodman Jennison, of Watertown, and kissed and fondled it, and a few hours afterw
nts of territory to. 8; its enormous dimensions, 8; curtailments, 8, 9, 14; annexes portion of Watertown, 9, 15; acquisitions from Charlestown, 9,15; lands bought from Indians, 10; meeting of synod a.
Charles River Railroad, 399.
Charlestown, 1; assembling of General Court at, 2; trail to Watertown, 3; General Gage removes powder from, 23; becomes a city, 54.
Charlestown highway (Kirklandirst Parish, opposes a new parish south of the Charles, 15; petitions for a strip of land from Watertown, 15; petition granted, 15; wants a strip from Charlestown, 15; the strip annexed, 15; but doesen, John, 51.
Paige, Rev. Lucius R., 276, 281, 284.
Palisade at the New Town, 5, 8, 133; Watertown refuses to share the expense of building, 8; needed as a protection from wild beasts, 8.
Water front, 4, 30.
Water rates to manufacturers, 318.
Water supply, 316 .
Watertown, inconvenient situation of, 1; trail from, to Charlestown, 3; refuses to be taxed for the New