Middlesex county. This town is watered by Charles and Sudbury rivers. It is 18 miles S.W. by W. from Boston and 15 S. from Concord. Population, 1837, 1,037. Incorporated, 1674. The soil of Sherburne is very good and productive. The village is on elevated land; it is pleasant, and commands good prospects. The manufactures of the town consist of straw bonnets, boots, shoes, leather, axes, forks, ploughs, muskets and whips: annual value, about $60,000.