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The picturesque pocket companion, and visitor's guide, through Mount Auburn 5 1 Browse Search
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In House of Representatives, June 22d, 1831. Passed to be enacted. William B. Calhoun, Speaker. In Senate, June 23d, 1831. Passed to be enacted. Leverett Saltonstall, President. June 23d, 1831. Approved. Levi Lincoln. A true Copy. Attest, Edward D. Bangs, Secretary of the Commonwealth, At a meeting of subscribers called August 3d, 1831, it appeared that the subscription had become obligatory, according to the program above stated, by the taking of a hundred lots. In fact, the paper was In House of Representatives, March 27, 1835. Passed to be enacted. Julius Rockwell, Speaker. In Senate, March 28, 1835. Passed to be enacted. George Bliss, President. March 31, 1835. approvedd. Samuel T. Armstrong. A true Copy. Attest. Edward D. Bangs, Secretary of thee Commonwealth. The amount paid by these proprietors to the Horticultural Society, under the articles of separation, was $4,223,42. The original cost of the land was $9,766,89. The quantity, in all, is one hundred and te
these grounds, may perhaps miss in our descriptions, something which they would gladly have seen noticed. This must needs be so. The humblest stone, the meanest dust is justly dear, we know, to some survivor, but we could not introduce them all. It is easy to see how the list might have been extended, even by adding only those cases on the surface of which appears some claim to public or general, rather than mere personal interest. The memorial which stands over the remains of the Hon. Edward D. Bangs, Secretary of the Commonwealth from 1824 to 1836, is one of these. Those of Dr. Gerard Dayers, a Belgian, who, after many years' service in the American navy, deceased at Roxbury, aged nearly 70 years,--of James L. Whittier, (1838) over whose dust, at the age of 21, a marble was raised by his class-mates of Brown University,--of Mrs. Hannah Atkins, of Boston, (on Willow Avenue) who, born in Cambridge in 1750, was buried here in 1838, at the age of more than 88 years,--these are vario