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The Cambridge of eighteen hundred and ninety-six: a picture of the city and its industries fifty years after its incorporation (ed. Arthur Gilman) 2 0 Browse Search
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r, its seats within each lifted by a hinge, and refreshing every child by its bang and rattle when dropped after prayer time. In the centre was the little Market House, which once gave the name of the Market-Place to what was later called, in my memory, the village. In the cellar below this building was the oyster shop of the Snow brothers, described by Lowell in couplets of such wit that if they had been printed in some book of English University facetiousness—some Oxford Sausage or Cambridge Garland —they would have found a place in every collection of English verse. But the two indistinguishable brothers formed themselves a couplet quainter and neater than even their Laureate could furnish. The only larger building fully visible in the sketch is the only one of these yet remaining, having survived its good looks, if it ever had any, and very nearly survived its usefulness. The rooms now occupied as the waiting-room of the West End Railway were then the bar-room and rear parl