A hand-written page from a mid-1800s city record book lists several bills presented to the City Council. Included are bills for a $5 burial of a pauper, a 75 cent charge for burying a heifer and the payment of $2.70 for a Mr. Otis Potter, “for hauling dirt on Massachusetts Street.”

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