Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mr. Hall” in chapter 1 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 15.:
...bridge. He also dined at Dudley Hall's in the house still standing on the north side of High street, No. 57. The story of this dinner party has never before been in print. It was natural that Mr. Hall , neighbor and intimate friend of John Brooks, and who was a man of wealth and prominence in the town, should have had the opportunity of having Lafayette as his guest. Mr. Hall, without doubt, did ...
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