Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mrs Quincy” in chapter 2 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 22.:
...the party and there was no lack of bon mots. The gentlemen played off upon each other, to our amusement. When spirits flagged, we had the resource of music. Five instruments, and vocal music from Mrs Quincy , Mr Callender and occasionally Mr Webster and young May, with whom I was very much pleased, and who discovered, I thought, true modest assurance, with very good sense. The ascent of the Canal w...
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