re provided for the company.
May 4, 1835, the building committee and the selectmen were empowered to let the tenements in the town house for the term of from one to five years. Money for a stove for the selectmen's room was appropriated by the selectmen, October 27, 1835.
November 9, 1835, the report of the building committee was received and laid on the table, but the portion of the report in regard to leasing the stores under the Town Hall to Messrs. Coburn and Fowle, and to Mr. Samuel S. Green, Jr., was accepted and confirmed.
There was a disagreement and some litigation before the terms of these leases were decided, and Coburn & Company did not receive their lease until December, 1835.
Taking even this last date as the time of its completion, the building has served the town and city for over seventy years. It was built to accommodate the town meeting, one official and two boards; it now shelters, not accommodates, six officials, including the mayor, and three boards, w
William Adams,New York
George P. Floyd,Medford
Mary A. Jackman,Byfield
Mary S. Moody,Byfield
Frances F. Stimpson,Vermont
Susie B. Noyes, Falmouth, Me.
Samuel C. Lawrence,Medford
Samuel S. Green,Medford
The Mystic house.
This summer an old landmark has been removed from its old foundations and now stands in Tufts Square, to be remodeled for mercantile and other purposes.
It is the old Mystic House, famous for its hospitality in the palmy days of the trotting park.
The long rows of stables were removed last year.
The track has not yet been disturbed and occasionally one sees a trotter taking his exerci