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Lee, John Weatherspoon, John McClough, Stephen D. Bugsby, Robert Hall, Benjamin Symmes. The first on the list still lives; the others are dead. Edmund Gates was killed in the battle of Chippewa; and Abiel R. Shed was killed in the sortie of Fort Erie, 1813. One of the most signal sacrifices made by Medford to the cause of the country, in that war, was the death of Lieutenant John Brooks, son of General Brooks, who graduated at Harvard College in 1805, studied medicine with his father, ananner o'er thee flying, Her castle and her camps around. And friendship there shall leave its token; And beauty there in tears may melt; For still the charm may rest unbroken, So many tender hearts have felt. Then rest, lamented youth; in honor, Erie shall still preserve thy name; For those who fell 'neath Perry's banner, Must still survive in Perry's fame. Dec. 17, 1836, Medford was called to part with another officer high in command in the army of the United States. Among the brave, the