Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mrs. Child” in chapter 1 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 15.:
...y known as a writer, and in 1825 issued her Evenings in New England, which mentions Lafayette's entry into Boston and the reception given him, of which she was an eye-witness. We know her better as Mrs. Child , her married name, which she assumed in 1828. Miss Lucy Osgood, who was personally unknown to me, but whom I recall as one of the celebrities of Medford, was then over thirty years of age, and we...
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