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Wait, on his appointment to the bench of the superior Court. See Register, vol., No. 2. The Royal Academy of letters, history, and antiquities, National museum, Stockholm, Sweden, is on the exchange list of the Reg-Ister. Medford was never formally incorporated as a Town. The first reference to Medford in Records of the State is 1630. Colonial Records, vol. 1, P. 59. Members. Life, members since the annual March meeting:— Gilbert Hodges. Andrew F. Curtin. Hon. Samuel C. Lawrence. Mrs. Carrie R. Lawrence. Hon. Charles S. Baxter. Hon. William Cushing Wait. Miss Zipporah Sawyer. Hon Daniel A. Gleason. Hon. Daniel A. Gleason. Miss Agnes W. Lincoln. Walter F. Cushing. David H. Brown. Hon. Lewis H. Lovering. Edward P. Boynton. Leonard Tufts. New members since the annual March meeting:— Charles M. Ludden. Mrs. Charles M. Ludden. Harry Highley. James Mott Hallowell. George W. Mills, M. D. James C. D. Clark, M. D. Samuel C. L. Haske
r was the first captain of the reorganized company. He served about a year. He was succeeded by Asa Law, who commanded until he was appointed colonel. Capt. Samuel C. Lawrence was commissioned in 1856, and served until his promotion to rank of Major in 1859. For several years thereafter he retained an active interest in the Liwas James A. Hervey. Major Hutchins was made recruiting officer. By August 15, eighty-five members were enrolled. Street drills were held and High Private Samuel C. Lawrence took personal charge of the awkward squad. Dr. C. V. Bemis was surgical examiner, and donated all his fees to the company treasury. The roll of the companhey were received by the Lawrence Rifles, Capt. B. F. Hayes, the Boston Cornet Band, and a large delegation of citizens of Medford, under the marshalship of Gen. S. C. Lawrence, through whose agency the captain had been able to receive special permission for their return that day. Mr. Nathan Bridge made an address of welcome in beh