st acquaintance with the play-house.
The memory of that rapturous afternoon, and the new kid gloves worn on the great occasion, still lingers with us. Our ardor was somewhat dampened when we were told at home we could not go again if we were going to talk so much about the play on Sunday.
The mistake made long since, for the books mentioned were published forty years ago, we may not be able to right, but we dare to offer you, our hearers this evening, the correction, and say that Amelia Green Bannister was born in Medford.
Edwin Adams was the eighth in descent from Henry Adams, the immigrant who settled at Braintree.
His branch of the family appears to have gone to Medfield.
His parents were Elisha Adams, Jr., and Caroline (Boy-den) of Walpole, and their residence is given as Dorchester or Medford.
All the children, save Edwin, were born in Dorchester.
Though his birth is not on our town records (like others previously mentioned in this paper), an Adams genealogy, numerous