and valuable set to those interested in our past history.
Among the many gifts to the society is a model of the Medford-built ship, Cyren, from Miss A. M. Newell of South Boston.
It is an exceptionally fine model, enclosed in a glass case on a black walnut table.
It also contains a fine collection of shells and coral.
It is a valuable acquisition to our collection.
The next number of the Register will contain Mr. Hollis' paper on Grace Church.
It was given before the society on December 16. Mr. Hollis has collected a remarkable history of one of Medford's prosperous church organizations, and it will be read with interest by all, whether members of the church or not.
The first address in the Saturday Night Course was given on December 7 by Mr. Marshall P. Thompson of Boston on Marquis Ito, and proved to be of more than usual interest.
It is hoped Mr. Thompson can be induced to continue his talk on some future date.
Mr. Charles H. Loomis, who has been on the Publicatio