pps, £ 240.
We close the list at this point, as by the next May the town of Medford had taken on a more definite form, and Charlestown, in consequence, suffered is it supposable that the young people of Milk Row, for instance, traveled to Medford, or those from Medford to Milk Row.
The only way left was for the schoolmasteMedford to Milk Row.
The only way left was for the schoolmaster to circulate about, to time his peregrinations so as to suit the convenience of his constituents.
Still another way has been suggested, namely, that, after receivck.
This was, doubtless, the son of Dr. Simon Tufts, the first physician of Medford.
Cotton Tufts was born May 3, 1734, and graduated from Harvard College in 174the town, and, as is well known, dwelt in that section which afterwards became Medford.
Her father, Isaac Royal, Sr., in 1732, purchased of the heirs of Governor Us first of that title among Americans.
After 1753, when he became a citizen of Medford, his name, of course, drops from our records.
It is not without a feeling of