Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Nathan Childs” in chapter 18, section c.18.3, page 42 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 22.:
... the striped pig. Nathan Childs gained the field, and upon it, he rang out his chime of bells.
The country lads and lasses were soon eating that good old-fashioned molasses gingerbread.
One day Nathan Childs disappeared—he never came again.
On looking for his epitaph, we find in the History of Medford the following tribute by the historian:
Mr. Childs continued to sell bread in the neighbori...
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