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ember 7 by Mr. Marshall P. Thompson of Boston on Marquis Ito, and proved to be of more than usual interest. It is hoped Mr. Thompson can be induced to continue his talk on some future date. Mr. Charles H. Loomis, who has been on the Publication Committee since the starting of the Register, and a greater part of the time its chairman, has resigned. Mr. Will C. Eddy has been elected to fill the vacancy and to the chairmanship. In the death of Hon. Eleazar Boynton, a life member, Mrs. Matilda T. Haskins, one of our active members, and Mrs. George L. Stearns, our honorary member, the society has sustained a great loss, as all were most interested in its success. The Committee on Publication needs the assistance of every member of the society to make the coming year of the Register a success financially, as well as otherwise. Will you get a new subscriber? By the will of the late Mrs. George L. Stearns her valuable home in this city will, after the death of two beneficiaries,
Mrs. M. T. Haskins. Mrs. Matilda T. Haskins, an honored member of this society, died at Providence, R. I., December 8, 1901. She was born in Medford nearly eighty years ago, being the daughter of the well-known Galen James. She was a life-long resident of this city. In her death there is a distinct loss to this community which she loved, to the church which she served and honored, and to this society, of which she was an early member, and in whose work she was deeply interested. WeMrs. Matilda T. Haskins, an honored member of this society, died at Providence, R. I., December 8, 1901. She was born in Medford nearly eighty years ago, being the daughter of the well-known Galen James. She was a life-long resident of this city. In her death there is a distinct loss to this community which she loved, to the church which she served and honored, and to this society, of which she was an early member, and in whose work she was deeply interested. We desire to hereby place on record our expression of sorrow for her removal from us, our high regard for her character, so pure and lofty, and our sense of loss to this organization. Fred. H. Kidder. Charles H. Loomis. March 1, 1902. John Ward Dean. The committee appointed to prepare resolutions in memory of the late John Ward Dean would respectfully report the following:— Again death has invaded our ranks and has taken the Nestor of the society. John Ward Dean was a charter memb