graver added a little for effect.
It is an interesting study to follow the various gradations, as seen in such illustrations, in points of time and process.
In 1851 Frederic Gleason began, in Boston, to publish his famous pictorial weekly.
His illustrations were on a larger scale, engraved on wood, and though the invention oThirty years later, in the reprint of the history, this view is again given, printed from the same steel plate.
Of but one other we speak, the Brooks Schoolhouse, 1851, a wood engraving by Kilborn & Mallory, which must have been made from the architect's drawings.
Whatever the schoolhouses of Medford were in years before, therward seven decades ago, and who is still living in our neighboring city of Malden.
Rev. Edward Stuart Best, Methodist Episcopal clergyman, began his ministry in 1851, serving one year each in three western Massachusetts towns, and one in the nearer town of Swampscott.
At the annual conference of his church, April, 1855, his ap