Boston 6th 1804
We have reflected some <
[. . .]> our dispute in regard to damage done your estate in medford. We wish you to consider before you come to town how far a proposition of this nature would claim your attention. We have about Six acres purched from Russells Estate & Joining yours; < [. . .]> apart of which might be received in exchange for what we take from you; and a reasonable Sum be paid for removing the house over the canal on higher ground Where it may stand near the new road proposed by you.
I am with regard / your humble Sert
MHi: Richard Frothingham Papers.