ng given under the hands and seals of the selectmen of Medford, October 29, 1832, the second article was as follows: To hear and act upon the representation of Isaac Sprague and others of the necessity there is for the Town to provide some suitable plan [place?] for the transaction of municipal affairs and the preservation of recorhat the subject matter of the 2d article relative to the Town Hall be referred to a Comee of three to consider inquire & report thereon at the next meeting.
Isaac Sprague, Daniel Lawrence, and Elisha Stetson were chosen on the committee for the Town Hall.
This meeting was held at the Medford Hotel, following an established custhe piece of Mrs. Buel's will cost more than the Town will be willing to pay. The Comee recommend that they be discharged from any further duty on the subject.
Isaac Sprague, Elisha Stetson, Daniel Lawrence, Committee.
This report having been made and considered, it was voted To adopt the recommendation of the Committee in said
y, Almira, daughters of Nathan Adams.
Louisa, Susan Maria, daughters of Isaac Hall.
Susan, Lucy, daughters of Ebenezer Hall.
Elizabeth, Matilda, daughters of Aaron Blanchard.
Mary Ellen, Harriet, daughters of Capt. William King.
Helen, Elizabeth, Frances, daughters of George W. Porter.
Susan Emily, Henry, children of Henry Porter.
Mary, Anne, daughters of Jonathan Porter.
The last two were boarders while their parents were in Europe.
Chastina, Ellen, Rebecca, daughters of Isaac Sprague, the ship builder.
Three daughters of George Fuller, the ship builder.
Harriet, daughter of Milton James.
Mary, daughter of Gilbert Blanchard.
Abbie, daughter of Jotham Stetson.
Mary, daughter of Bela Cushing.
Ann Eliza, daughter of Jonathan Perkins.
Hepzibah, daughter of Dudley Hall.
Susan, daughter of Henry Withington.
Carrie, daughter of Oliver Blake, whose successor in the dry goods business here was the late Jonas Coburn.
Janet, daughter of Andrew Blanchard.
She was born