tineau; they found manly-scholarly conversation much more to their liking than the usual feminine-domestic.
Yet no one relished a spicy bit of gossip, not unfriendly, more than they, but it must be the spice, not the substance, of life.
John Quincy Adams visited his favorite niece, Abby S. Adams, wife of John Angier, in the house built by Mr. Angier, which became the property of our esteemed townsman, the late Eleazar Boynton.
We can determine the time of his being here by the dates of the.
Edward Everett married a daughter of Peter C. Brooks and lived for a while in the house on High street west of the Public Library, now occupied by the Misses Ayres.
Another daughter of Mr. Brooks married Charles Francis Adams, son of John Quincy Adams, in 1829.
At that time Mr. Brooks had the reputation of being the wealthiest man in New England.
A letter written by Edward Everett while here is in possession of our Public Library, and one dated 15 June, 1857, was headed Medford.