st, was found among the effects of the late James Gilchrist Swan, a nephew of Caleb Swan, and was given to our Historical Society by a grandson of the former about twin his garden, a little South of his Summer house.
The trees are there now in Dr. Swan's garden.
The above is a portion of what Caleb Swan sent for confirmation Caleb Swan sent for confirmation to two well-known residents of Medford, desiring their opinion on the subject.
We give the replies he received; then another note of Mr. Swan's, evidently a copy of Mr. Swan's, evidently a copy of his acknowledgment of their receipt.
The Rev. Wm. Wells left England for this country in the year 1793 or 4, disgusted with the civil and religious persecutions, my dear Sir, will I hope meet your wishes.
Truly yours, L. Osgood.
Mr. Swan—My Friend, I wish I could answer all the questions; but I cannot.
William W. only death by fire.
With respect and esteem
Yrs truly Chas Brooks.
C. Swan begs Miss Osgood to accept his thanks for her very full account received last