the boulevard through the twenty-four rods by the riverside of the Broughton mill site.
This is at Medford's doors, and of interest if we ask, Who is our neighbor?
A year ago the Medford Historical Society took steps looking to the restoration of the ancient and appropriate name of the boundary stream which, neglected, had become a menace, and also to suggest an appropriate one for the bridge, built at a cost of $10,000. The societies of Cambridge (New-towne), Arlington (Menotomy), and Somerville (Charles-towne), cities and town that butt & bound thereon, have co-operated.
The result is petitions to the Park Commission, which it is hoped will secure the names in future of Menotomy river and Dunster bridge.
The former has historic precedent, and abundant warrant by documentary proof.
What can be more fitting than the name of the learned college president, who suffered for conscience sake, and through it all foresaw the coming of the time of liberty of conscience for all men; who