Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mr. May” in chapter 3 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 22.:
... embankments remain intact, from the site of the aqueduct which spanned the Aberjona, to the Mystic Valley parkway, where is a bronze tablet relative to the canal, erected by the park commission. Mr. May in later years became a zealous advocate of temperance, and espoused the anti-slavery cause. But there came a time when Mr. Webster's eloquence in favor of the fugitive slave law became distasteful...
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