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Historic leaves, volume 2, April, 1903 - January, 1904, Literary men and women of Somerville. (search)
make liberal use of the mingled fun and wisdom to be found in this treasury. The originator of Pencillings was George Russell Jackson, who in 1877, after twelve years of newspaper experience, began to write for the Journal. He conducted the depar4, meanwhile contributing to the paper comical police reports, which were a feature of interest. Mr. Hayden speaks of Mr. Jackson as a born humorist, the peer of any in his native power. He not only wrote fun by the yard, but he overflowed with itpole Come blasts that chill us through, Then happy is the man whose coal Is in and paid for, too. Not infrequently Mr. Jackson uttered a wise maxim in the midst of his jokes, as: The man who always says what he thinks should think well what he says. Again, The man who knows that he doesn't know everything, knows something. So said Socrates. Mr. Jackson contributed to the Boston Courier, the Boston Commercial Bulletin, the New York Independent, and the Atlantic Monthly. He wrote many
venue, Somerville22, 45 Hill, Colonel Herbert E.2 Hinckley, Mrs. James H.104 Historical Sketch of Old Middlesex Canal49 Hooksett Locks and Canal50, 57 Horn Pond, Woburn53 Huguenots, The10,11,12 Hunt, M. Agnes13 Hunt, Rev. Samuel103, 104 Hutchinson Collection, The42 Hutchinson, Mrs. Jacob T.104 Indian Wars, The40 Inman House, The, Cambridge94 Ipswich Female Seminary103 Ipswich, Mass.20, 40 Ireland, Shadrach15 Israel Putnam and Bunker Hill85 Israel Putnam and Prospect Hill85 Jackson, George Russell6 Jaques, Samuel53, 55 Jennor (Jenner), Elizabeth62 John Abbot Lodge101 Kemble, Miss4 Kentucky7 Kettell, Deacon Joseph60 King's Chapel, Boston13, 38 King Philip's War34 King William38 Kirtland, Susanna33 Knapp, Mrs. O. S.46 Knowlton, Captain90 Ladies' Repository, The8, 9, 25, 27 Lake Champlain49 Lake Sunapee52 Lake Winnepesaukee56 Landgrave of Hesse10 Larion, Johannah11, 13 Larion, Louis13 Lathrop, Ellen20 Lathrop, Rev. Thomas L.10 Latin Schoolhouse, Bos