ine, 1816, published with added poems in 1850; Sabbath Recreations, 1839; Lays of the Sabbath, 1850; Pilgrims of Plymouth, 1856.
He was deeply interested in the cause of education and compiled a number of readers for use in schools.
The American Fimotive of good morals, and to aid in the diffusion of valuable information.
This was merged into a free public library in 1856, through the generosity of the stockholders, and was added to from time to time by gifts from private citizens.
This librc positions.
Judge Swan presented the collection of Indian relics and curios to the Medford Public Library in 1880.
In 1856, a Medford lad of seventeen, Nathaniel Holmes Bishop, with forty dollars in his pocket, shipped before the mast and sailedled a book on Practical American Cookery and Domestic Economy that would repay study, even in the changed conditions since 1856.
Elizur Wright, a man of words as well as deeds, translated La Fontaine's Fables, 1859, and wrote Savings Bank Life In