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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 11., Action of board of selectmen on Governor Brooks's portrait. (search)
Action of board of selectmen on Governor Brooks's portrait. To the Selectmen of the Town of Medford.— We respectfully request you to remove the portrait of Governor Brooks, which now hangs in the Town Hall, to the new Library. (Signed) Mrs. Dudley Hall, H. H. Bradlee, Dudley C. Hall, George D. Hall, Horace D. Hall. Voted, the portrait of Governor Brooks be removed to the Public Library. Selectmen's Records, B. 9, p. 74. July 7, 1875. [See Vol. X, page 104.
Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 11., A recently discovered Letter written by Colonel Isaac Royall in 1779. (search)
I should ever live to see my Grand Children again if I did not and therefore complied with their earnest solicitations and accordingly took passage with them in Capt. Hall and arriv'd after a very short and pleasant passage of One and Twenty Days and had the pleasure to find my Son in Law Sir William and his Family very well we alto the General Court by Petition but could not get it reversed tho it past by no great Majority an answer to which I have wrote Doct. Tufts and desir'd him and Mr Hall to apply to Mr Dana or some other good Lawyer to draft up for him and Mr Hall to sign a suitable Petition or Memorial in my name and behalf and as my Attornies to Hall to sign a suitable Petition or Memorial in my name and behalf and as my Attornies to the General Assembly setting forth the services I have formerly done the Province in my Legislative Capacity the true cause of my leaving the Province at the commencement of the War and the perfectly inoffensive conduct I have observ'd since and that I have not only shewn my compassion for the poor American Prisoners but my regard