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of the lott he hath now bought of our brother Edward Hutchinson,
the Elder.

Also Sarauell Grame is Allowed for an Inhabitant.



Boston Town IIecords, 1639. 41

[30.] The i;3th clay of the 3d moneth, called May, 1G39.

Att a Generall Meeting upon particular or private Generall
notice giveing from house to house.

Att this Meeting M^ Robert Keayne and Captaine Edward
Gibon Were Chosen for Coinittees or deputyes for this next
Generall Cort.

Also at this meeting M''. Thomas Olyvar, M^ Thomas Leveritt,
M^ Willyam Coulbron, M"". Robert Keayne, Captaine Edward
Gibbons, M'. Willyam Tinge, M'. Robert Hardinge, Jacob Elyott
and M^ John Cogan are Chosen as formerly for the Townes occa-
sions for this next ensueing halfe yeare.

The 27th day of the same 3d moneth.

Att a meeting this day of M". Thomas Olyvar, Thomas Lev-
eritt, M^ Willyam Tinge, Captaine Edward Gibbons, M"". Robert
Hardinge, Jacob Elyott and M^ John Cogan, it is agreed that M^
AVillyam Hibbins shall be admitted an Inhabitant in this Towne.

The 2d day of the 5th moneth, Julye, 1639.

Att a Meeting this da}' of M^ Thomas Olyvar, Thomns Lev-
eritt, M''. William Coulborne, M^ Robert Keayne, M". WiUiam
Tinge and M". John Cogan, it is agreed that William Needham,
the Cooper, shall have an acre for his housplott, out of the little
Island att Mount WooUystone, over against Barnaby Dorryfalls
land, beyond M"". William Coddingtons brooke.

Also that Stephen Kinsley, husbandman, shall have the residue
of the said Iseland for his housplott there.

Also there is granted to John Jepson, Shoemaker, a great lott
at the Mount for three heads, twelve acrs, paying for the same, to
the use of this towne, three shillings an acre upon the entrance of
the platforme or bounders thereof, after the Surveying of it, and
that to be at the next townes meeting thereunto.

Also there is leave granted to Richard Carter, a Carpenter, to
buy a house, with the ground under it, of William Hudson, the
younger, next unto M"". Thomas Olyvars new housplott, upon Con-
dition of Inoffensive Carry age.

Also there is leave granted to Gabryell Fallowell to sell his
house, garding, and half acre of land in the new feilde, unto one
Richard Bidggood, late of London, Cloth worker, upon Condition
of his Inoffensive Carriage amongst us.

The 29th day of the 5th moneth, July, 1639.

Att a meeting this day of M^ Thomas Olyvar, Thomas Lev-
eritt, M^ Willyam Coulbron, M^ Robert Keayne, Captaine Edward
Gibbon, M^ Willyam Ting, Jacob Elyott and M^ John Cogan,
there is granted a great Lott to our brother, John Sm^'th, Taylor,
at Muddy River, for three heads.

Also there is leave granted to our brother, Edward Hutchinson,
the j-ounger, in behalfe of his father, William Hutchinson, to sell
his house in this Towne to M^ Richard Hutchinson, of London,
lynning draper.



42 City Document No. 46.

Also there is granted to our brother, John Hurd, a, great Lott at
the Mount, for three heads.

Also John Levcritt hath granted unto him a great Lott at Muddy
Elver, for tenn heads.

Also M^ David Offley hath a great Lott, &c. [This sentence
has been crossed with the pen.]

[31.] The 12th day of the 6th moneth, August, 1639.

Att a Generall meeting upon Publique Notice.

Att this Meeting Captaine Edward Gibon and M''. William
Tinge were Chosen, for Comittees or deputyes, for this next Gen-
eral! Court.

The 26th day of the same 6th moneth.

At a meeting this day of M"". Thomas Oliver, Thomas Leveritt,
M^ Will^'am Colbron, M"". Robte Keayne, Captaine Edward Gibon,
M''. AVillyara Tinge, Jacob Elyott and M^ John Cogan. there is
leave granted to M"". Anthony Stoddard, lynning drap. to become a
Townsman.

Alsoe John Seaborne, a Taylor, having served for the space of
three years within this Towne, is granted to be an Inhabitant.

Also our brother, Nathaniell Willyams, is graunted a great Lott
at Mount Woollystone, for 4 heads.

Also our brother, John Leveritt, is granted a house plott and
gardensted, next unto our brother Robert Hulls, to be layd out by
our brethren, M'". Willyam Coulbron and Jacob Elyott, building a
good house there upon, by the spring time, or Within six Monethes
after the laying of it out.

Also to Alexander Plumley, that was M''. Colbrons man, is
granted a great Lott at the Mount, for three heads.

The 30th day of the 7th moneth, Sept., 1639.

Att a meeting this day of M"". Thomas Oliver, Thomas Leveritt,
M"'. Willyam Colbron, M'. Robert Keayne, Captaine Edward Gibon,
and Jacob Elyott, there was granted to Thomas Foster, the Gunner
at the Castle Island, a great Lott at the Mount, for six heads
upon Condition expressed for Mount .AVoollystone lands.

Also to Cleoment Cole, whoe served with M"". Robert Keayne 4
years, a great Lott there, for seaven heads, upon the like Condition.

Also to Thomas Millard, husbandman, a great Lott at the Mount,
for fyve heads, upon the like condition.

Also to M^ David OfBey, a great Lott at Mudd}' River, for 15
heads.

Also M^ Richard Parker, Marchant, is allowed to be an In-
habitant.

Also M"". Thomas Foule is allowed to be an Inhabitant.

The 28th day of the 8th mon., October, 1639.

At a meeting this day of M''. Thomas Oliver, Thomas Leveritt,
M"". Willyam Colbron, M^ Robert Keajnie, Captaine Edward Gibon,
M^ Willyam Tinge, Jacob Elyott and M"". John Cogan, It is per-
mitted to Samuell Sherman for the standing of his Cow house,



Boston Town Kecouds, 1G39. 43

which he hath l)uilt upon the Common by the gate next Rox-
bury, nntill the spring time, and then he is to take it dowue unlesse
be have further leave from the Towne for the standing thereof.

Also he hath leave granted unto him for this next yeare to mow
the plotts of ground compassed about with small Creekes next the
great Creeke betweene Roxbury and us, such as the Cattell use
not to feede upon.

Also a great Lott granted to our brother Nathaniell Woodward
at Muddy River for 3 heads.

Also there is granted to our brother Thomas Savidge a garden
plott, where it may be Conveniently had, for the hous plott next to
the hous plott granted to our brother John Leveritt and upon the
like Condition.

Also there is granted to John Robbinson, late servant to our
brother M"". Newgate, a housplott Where it may conveniently be
had.

[82.] The same 28 of the 8'. mon. Oct5b. 1639. At this day
it appeared by a Writing dated the 11th of tlie 3d raoneth, 1639,
that Robert Harding, of Boston, for the sume of £33 6s. 8d. hath
sould unto Richard Tuttell of the same half of his pp Allotment at
Romely Marsh (comonly so called) , being in quantity about 50 Acres
of upland and Marsh together, bounded towards the North by a
strait line parting betweene it and the other half of my pper
Allotment, Towards the East by the Comon sewer. Towards the
South it Adioyneth to Certaine lauds purchased by the said Richard
Tuttell ; towards the West by the Comon High Way ; With all the
parts of it and ai)purtenances belonging unto it unto the said
Richard Tuttell and to his heirs forever.

The 25th day of the 9th moneth, Novemb., 1639.

At a meeting this day of M"". Thomas Olyvar, Thomas Leveritt,
M". Willyam Colbron, Captaine Edward Gibon, M"". Willyam Tinge,
M^ Robert Harding, Jacob Elyott, and M^ John Cogan, there is
granted to our brother Thomas Wheelar a hous plott and garden-
stead next unto the housplott the last day granted to our brother
Savidg, and upon like Condition, to be layd out by our brethren
M"". Willih Colbron and Jacob Elyott.

Also this day M". Edward Tinge is Allowed to be an Inhabitant
here.

Also there is a great Lott granted to our brother Francis Lysle
at the Mount for 5 heads upon the Condition therein limited.

Also this day John Seaberry, a Seaman hath with leave bought
our brother Water Merrye's house, and half an Acre under it in
the M3-lne feild, and so is allowed for an Inhabitant.

Also Richard Storer, the Sonne of Elizabeth Hull, the Wife of
our brother Roberte Hull, is Allowed to be an Inhabitant and to
have a great Lott at the Mount for three heads.

Also our brother Arthure Fury hath leave to sell his house and
garding to Silvester Saunders whoe [hath] long beene a servant
in this towne.

Also Nicholis Baxter, a fisherman, is Allowed to be an Inhabi-
tant.



44 City Document No. 46.

Also our brother John Milles hath sould to our l)rother Thomas
Savidge the Wood Lott of foure Acrs of Upland and M;irsh at
Hogg Island, and all his right of an Acre and a half of planted
ground in the Newfeild.

Also Thomas Clarke, a locksmith, is Allowed for an Inhabitant
and to be Considered of for a housplott here and a great Lott at
Mount Woolystone for six heads.

Also, Whereas at a former meeting there was granted to our
brother George Burdon a great Lott at the Mount for five heads
which as yet hath not beene layd out, and that now he is increased
to eight heads which are now allowed.

[33.] The IGth day of the 10th moneth, December, 1639.

Att a Generall Meeting upon Publique Notise.

Att this meetinge the orders of the last Generall Court were
openly Reade.

Alsoc att this meetinge M"". John Winthrop, Governor, M^
Richard Bellingnam, Treasurer, M''. Willvam Coulbron, Captaine
Edward Gibon, M^ Willyam Tinge, M^ Willyam Hibbon, M^
John Cogan, M^ Robert Harding and Jacob Ellyott are Chosen
as formerly for the Townes Affayrs for these next six Monethes.

Also this day M"". John Cogan and Willyam Hudson the Elder
are Chosen the Cunstables of this Towne for this next yeare.

The 30th day of the same moneth.

Att a Meeting this day of M''. John Winthrop, Governor, M"".
Richard Bellingham, Treasurer, M"". Willyam Coulborne, Captaine
Edward Gibon, M'. Willyam Ting, M^ Willyam Hibbon, M".
John Cogan, M^ Robert Harding and Jacob Elyott there is
graunted to Richard Sherman a great Lott for seaven heads att
Muddy Ryver, if it be there to be had.

Also Gregory Belchar hath a great Lott granted unto him for
13 heads, 52 Acrs at the Mount, paying 3s. an Acre to the use ol
this Towne upon the entrance of the bounders thereof after the
Surveying of it.

Also Willyam Potter hath the like granted to him for xi heads,
44 Acrs there, paj-ing 3s. an acre, upon the entrance as before.

Also our brother John Remicke, hath a great Lott allowed to
him at Muddy Ryver for four heads.

Also our brother, George Curtys, hath a great Lott granted to
him there for two heads.

Alsoe this day Willj-am Blanton Carpenter is allowed for an
Inhabitant.

Alsoe Leonard Buttle is this day Allowed for an Inhabitant.

Also Edmund Grosse is this day Allowed for an Inhabitant.

Also this day Richard Woodas, fisherman, is granted a great
Lott at the Mount for 3 heads, upon the usuall condition for thai
ground.

At this day it was agreed that 300 Acrs at Muddy River fo"
perpetuall Commonage to the Inhabitants there and the towne o
Boston, to begin at the outer bounds of M'. Ilibbins Lott, and so
to goe into the Country as the Land will afford before any othe
allotments are la^d out hereafter.



Boston Town Records, 1639. 45

Francis Dowse, servant to our brother, George Burdon, is
allowed for an Inhabitant.

Alsoe there is leave granted this day to our brother, Edmund
Jackson, for this next summer tvme, to mowe the meadow in the
New feild adioyning to his planting ground there.

Alsoe M'. Edward Tinge hath this day granted unto him a great
Lott at the Mount for 250 Acrs, adioyning to the lands of
Edward Hutchinson and Thomas Savidge on the upper side of the
Pond.

Also there is leave granted to our brother, Richard Fairbancke,
for the next Summer, to mowe the marsh ground in the new feild as
he hath formerly mo wen.

[34.] The same 30th day of the 10th moneth, December, 1639.

Whereas, at a former Meeting, there was granted to our
brother, Thomas Scottoe, a great Lott at Muddy River for three
heads, which, as yet, have not beene layd out for him, and that
now he is increased to fyve heads. He is, therefore, now allowed
to have the said Lott for five heads.

The like also is granted to John Crabtree for 5 heads at the
Mount and upon Mount land Condicon ; Whereas he was formerly
allowed but for two heads.

Our brother, Arthure Perry, hath a great Lott granted to him
for 7 heads at the Mount upon the usuall Condition thereof.

The 27 day of the 11th moneth, January, 1639.

Att a meeting this day of M"". John Winthrop, Governor, M^
Richard Bellingham, Treasurer, M"". Willj'am Coulbron, Captaine .
Edward Gibon, M'. Willyam Ting, M^ John Cogan, M". Robert
Harding and Jacob Elyott, it is ordered that whereas there was
formerly graunted to M"". John Wheelewright a great Lott of 250
Acrs, 205 Acrs Whereof have beene layd out where parte of the
first AUottraents should have lyen, and that the purchaser of M'.
Wheele Wrights grant hath Consented to the parting with the said
205 Acrs for the having in lue thereof all the Captaines plaine,
and 80 Acrs more.

Also William Needham hath a great Lott granted him at the
Mount for 2 heads, 8 Acrs, payinge 3s. an Acre, according to the
agreed order for them of the Mount.

Also Robert Hewstead hath a great Lott granted unto him att
the Mount for eight heads, 32 Acrs, paying 3s. an Acre, to the Use
of the Towne Upon the Entrance of the bounders thereof, after the
Surveying of it.

Also George Wright hath the like granted to him there for 3
heads, 12 Acrs, paying 3s. an Acre upon the entrance as before.

Also our brother, Henry Shrimpton, hath granted unto him a
great Lott for 3 heads.

Also onr brother, Richard Hogge, hath the like granted unto
him, for 5 heads there, upon like Condition.

Also he desire th a house Lott and garden plott.

Also our brother, John Spoor, hath a great Lott granted unto
him for 5 heads at the Mount, upon the usuall Condition thereof.

Also there is granted to Edmund Grosse the square pecce of
ground adioyning to William Letherlands 3'ard, and bounding



46 City Document No. 46.

towards the Beech there for a housplott, excepting one Rodd in
bredth from William Letherlands house plott to Thomas Grubbs
Fish house, which is granted to Willy am Letherland.

Also there is graunted to Richard Critchle}' a great Lott for 5
heads at the Mount, upon the usuall Condition thereof.

Also our brother, John Gallopp, hath the meadow or Marsh
plott in Long Island, being about six acrs, granted unto him as
other men have their planting Lotts there.

Also Thomas Clarke, smith, hath a great Lott granted unto him
for 8 heads at the Mount, upon the Usuall Condition thereof.

[35.] The same 27th day of the 11th moneth, 1G39.

Our Brother, Edward Bendall, is Appointed to bestow all goods
Whereof the owners are not knowne.

Also all that have businesses for the Townsmens Meeting are to
bring them in to M"". Leveritt, M''. Willj'am Ting, or to Jacob
Elyott, before the Townse Meetings.

Also Samuell Grame hath a great Lott granted unto him for 4
heads at the Mount, upon the Usuall Condition thereof.

Also for endinge the difference betweene the Purchasers of M'.
Wheelewrights lands and the owners of the second division or Lott
at Mount Woollystone, for as much as the said Purchasers cannot
have their lands supplyed in course, as those of the first Lott had,
without prejudice to many men wlioe have improved their Lotts ;
It is therefore ordered by Consent of diverse of the partyes, that
the Purchasei's of M"". Wheelewrights lands shall have (in leiue of
the 205 Acrs which was taken awa}^ towards the making up of
what was wanting to the first dy vision or Lott there) the 43 Acrs
at the end of his Land and the Captaines Plaine, being about 114
Acrs, and that the Widdow Shelley s Sonne, and those whoe chal-
lenge interest in the said Plaine, shall have their parts supplyed,
first served and layde out where noe grant is alredy made in per-
ticular, and together therewith the 30 Acrs remayning of M''.
Wheelewrights proportion besides ; and the Purchasers are to have
in lew of the Residue more than the 30 Acrs which they Allowed to
the said Widdow Shelley s sonne, and the Rest, such proportion of
the Rocky grounds l3'ing next the said Playne and the said 43
Acrs as the Surveyors upon view shall finde answerable to the 18
Acrs remayning to them.

At this meeting Robert Mears hath sould to Dorothie Bill, Wid-
dow, for her life, and to her Sonne, James Bill, with her, to him and
his heirs his house and gardenstead under it Wherein they now
doe dwell.

Robert Bradford, Taylor, allowed to be an Inhabitant.

Also to our Brother Anthony Stoddard there is granted a great
Lott of 100 Acrs upon the Condition thereof.

Also there is granted to M^ Thomas Foule a great Lott of 600
Acrs Att

Also to M^ Samuell Mavericke a great Lott of 400 Acrs
att

Also to Henry Messenger a great Lott at Muddy River for 2
heads.

Also to our brother Josua Scotto a great Lott there for 3 heads



Boston Town Records, 1639-40. 47

Also to Thomas Painter, Joyner, a great Lott at Muddy River
for 4 lieads.

Also there is granted to brother Robert Hull six Acrs of Upland
ground at Hog Island.

Also Beniamyn Negoose, a Salter, is Allowed to be an Inhabitant.

[36.] The same 27th day of the 11th moneth, January, 1039.

It was agreed with our Neighbors and Brethren of the
Mount, viz. : William Cheesebrough, Alexander Winchester,
Richard Wright, James Pennyman, Stephen Kinslc}^, and Martin
Saunders, in the name of the Rest there (for whom the}' under-
tooke) that the}' should give to this Towne of Boston towards the
maintenance thereof 4s. an Acre for every 2 Acrs of the 7 Acrs
formerly granted to divers, then of Boston, upon expectation they
should have Continued With Us ; And 3s. an Acre for every Acre
that hath beene, or shalbe, granted to any others whoe are not In-
habitants of Boston ; and that in Consideration hereof, and after that
the said portions of money shalbe payd to this Towne's Treasurie
of Boston, all the said lands shalbe fi-ee from any Towne Rates or
Charges to Boston, and also from all Countrie Charges when the
Mount shalbe Rated by the Court, b}' it selfe, and not Assessed
with the Towne of Boston; And upon these Termes., If the
Court shall think fitt to grant them to be a Towne of them seh^es,
they shall have free liberty to Accept thereof ; Provided that this
Order shall not extend to any more or other Lands than such as
shall make payment of the said Rates soe agreed upon of 4s. and
3s. an Acr. And upon the former Consideration, there is granted
to the Mount all the Rocky ground l3nng betweene the Fresh
brooke and M"". Coddington's brooke, Adioyning to M''. Haulghe's
Farme, and from the west Corner of that Farme to the South west
Corner of M^ Hutchinson's Farme, to be Reserved and Used in
Comon for ever by the Inhabitants and Land holders there, to-
gether with one other parsell of Rockie ground neare to the Knight's
necke, which was left out liy the third Company of Lotts (ex-
cepting all such grounds lying among or neere the said Rocky
grounds, formerly granted out in Lotts to particular Persons.

Also there is granted to M''. William Thompson, Pastor of the
Church at the Mount, 120 Acrs of Land there, Free from the
foresaid Rate of 3s. per Acre.

Also there is granted to M^ Henry Flint 80 Acrs of Land there,
in like sort, Free from the said Rate of 3s. per Acr.

Also there is granted to John Lugg a great Lott, for 9 heads, at
the Mount, upon the LIsual Conditions.

Also there is further granted to M"'. William Ting, in regard that
his great Lott at Muddy River is not yet la^d out, nor could be in
regard the Bounders between Boston and Roxbury were but lately
determined, and that now the number of his Persons and Catteil
are increased, there is further granted to him an hundred acrs more
to be l-ayd unto his Lott formerly granted. The Brethren's Lotts
and the Commonage there alredy granted being first layd out.
* [37.] The same 27th day of the Uth moneth, January, 1639.

Also Att this Meeting John Vyall, Weaver, is Allowed to be an
Inhabitant.



48 City Document No. 46.

Also there is granted to M"". Beniamin Keayne a great Lott at
Mount Woolyston, of 200 Acrs (be it more or lesse), as it is
alredy layd out with markes and stakes towards the North with
M^ Haulghes great Allottment ; towards the East with Lands yet
in Comon ; towards the South with Monotecott Ryver, and
towards the "West with the great Pyne Swampe.

Also there is granted 500 Acrs of Land at Mount Wooliston,
Where it may be Conveniently laj'd out for the use of the Can-
oneere of Boston Wheresoever he is, or shall be, in the service
thereof from time to time.

Also tliere is granted to our Elder, M"". Thomas Olyvar, all the
fresh meadow belonging to Boston lying under the foote of the
great Hill at Muddy River next Newlowne bounds there.

Also there is granted to Mr. William Coulbron, a parcell of f resh
meaddowe adioyning to the little fresh brooke parting betweene us
and Newtowne bounds at Muddy River, and Running into Charles
Ryver there.

Also there is 2,000 Acrs to be sett a part at the Mount for the
use of this Towne in the most Convenient place unallotted.

The 24th day of the 12th moneth, February, 1639.

At a Meeting this day of M"". John Winthrop, Governor, M''.
Richard Bellingham, Treasurer, Captaine Edward Gibon, M'.
Willih Ting, M^ William Coulbron, M^ John Cogan, M^ Robert
Harding, and Jacob Elyott, there is granted to M''. Richard Par-
ker a great Lott of 400 Acrs at the Mount, besides the hundred
Acrs given to the Wharf e, and to be laid out together.

Also there is granted to Lewys Kidby a houslott on the Marsh
next unto John Lowes, twoe Rodds towards the Sea in bredth,
and 4 Rodds in length on the backeside.

Also there is granted to William Blanton, Carpenter, a great
Lott at Muddy River, for 3 heads and a houslott on the necke
Where it may be had.

Also there is granted to Leonard Buttles, bricklayer, a great
Lott at Muddy River for 4 heads.

Also Edward Fletcher, Cutler, is Allowed to be an Inhabitant,
and to have a housplott Where it may be had.

Also there is leave granted to our brother Richai-d Brackett to
mowe the Marsh lying in the Newfeild, Which he hath usually
mowen, for this next Summer time.

Also our brother, Arthure Perry, hath a housplott granted him.

Also our brother, Richard Hogg, the like.

Also our brother, John Hurd, the like.

[38.] The same 24th day of the 12th mon. Feb.

At this Meeting William Briscoe, taylor, is Allowed to be an
Inhabitant, and to have a great Lott, for eight heads, at the
mount.

Also John Marshall, husbandman, having served with our
brother, M^ Edward Hutchinson, is allowed an Inhabitant.

Also there is granted to ould Robert Wing a great Lott at Muddy
River, for 4 heads.



Boston Town Records, 1639-40. 49

Also the like is granted to Lew3's Kidb}', Fisherman, for 2 heads,
at the Mount, upon the Usuall Condition.

The like is granted to John Moore, the Governors servant, for 3
heads.

The like is granted to brother Thomas Mekyns, the j-ounger, for
7 heads.

The like is granted to George Barrell, Cooper, for 9 heads there.

The like is granted to WilUam Kirkby, Fisherman, for 3 heads
there.

The like is granted to John Arnould, Plasterer, for 2 heads there.

The like is granted to Richard Carter, Sawyer, for 3 heads thei-e.

The like is granted to Waters Sinnott, Fisherman, for 3 heads there.

Also there is granted to Thomas Jewell, of the Mount, Milner,
for three heads, 12 Acrs, upon the Covenant of 3s. p. Acre.

The like to M^ Danyell Welles, of the same, for 20 heads, 80
Acrs there, upon the same Covenant of 3s. p. Acre.

The like to Peter Brackett, of the same, for 12 heads, 48 Acrs
there, upon the same Covenant of 3s. p. Acre.

The like to Samuel Allen, of the same, for 7 heads, 28 Acrs
there, upon the same Covenant of 3s. p. Acre.

The like to Will^'am Allyce,* of the same, for 3 heads, 12 Acrs
there, upon the same Covenant of 3s. p. Acre.

Jacob Wilson, of the same, hath the like, for 4 heads, 1-6 Acrs
there, upon the same Covenant of 3s. p. Acre.

The like to John Reade, of the same, for 11 heads, 44 Acrs
there, upon the same Covenant of 3s. p. Acre.

The like to Robte Stephens, of the same, for 3 heads, 12 Acrs
there, upon the same Covenant of 3s. p. Acre.

The like to George Rose, of the same, for 5 heads, 20 Acrs there,
upon the same Covenant of 3s. p. Acre.

The hke to Henry Addams, of the same, for 10 heads, 40 Acrs
there, upon the same Covenant of 3s. p. Acre.

[:^9.] The same 24th day of the 12th moneth, Feb. 1639.

And at the same Meeting there was granted to Thomas Place, of
Mount WooUystone, for 5 heads, 20 Acrs there, upon the Covenant
of 3s. p. Acre.

The like to John Ilarbar, of tbe same, for 3 heads, 12 Acrs



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