and on the 3d, 5th, 6th, 9th, 10th, on which date the governor, with a committee to assist him, was chosen to divide the lands in New England.
Meetings were held March 23 and April 30, 1629, May 11,13, on which date Mr. Cradock was chosen governor for the year following.
On May 18 a court of the assistants was held, and on the 19th a committee of the governor and Messrs. White, Whetcomb, and Adams met at the house of the governor and decided on the allotment of lands.
This was confirmed May 21 and on May 22 the governor, deputy, and Messrs. Adams and Humphrey met at the governor's house and the orders regarding allotments of land and a general letter of instructions to Endicott were acted upon.
Meetings were held June 11, June 17, and July 28.
At this last the governor proposed a ship of four hundred tons be bought, in which he ventured one-eighth.
He also advised that for the advancement of the plantation and to induce people of worth and quality to go there with their fami
coln and the War of the Revolution.
Mr. A. P. Soule of Hingham.
December 18.—Russia and the Russo-Japanese war.
Rev. H. W. Stebbins of Boston.
January 15.—Tufts College.
Rev. F. W. Hamilton, D. D., Acting President.
February 19.—Lemuel Cox, (1743-1806) Medford Bridge Builder and Inventor.
Mr. Walter K. Watkins of Malden.
March 19.—Annual Meeting.
April 16.—Side Lights on the Stamp Act and the Boston Tea Party.
Charles G. Chick, Esq., President Hyde Park Historical Society.
May 21.—Ye Olde First Meeting House of Medford.
Mr. Moses W. Mann.
December 2.—Japan and the Japanese-Russian war.
Marshall P. Thompson, Esq., Boston.
January 6.—The Metropolitan Park System.
Illustrated. Mr. John Woodbury, Sec. of Commission, Boston.
February 3.—Medford in 1865.
Hon. Fred Gowing of Belmont.
March 3.—The Election of 1860.
Mr. J. H. Carfrey, Supt. of Schools, Wakefield.
April 7.—The Bradbury Family.
Miss Eliza M. Gill.