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interest, Mrs. Bacon resigned her editorship, although her occasional contributions to the magazine continued.
The Repository contains many examples of verse from the pen of Mrs. Bacon, and a few examples of her prose.
We may perhaps best say that the Repository itself is the monument of her labors.
But through life her pen was busy.
As a child, she made experiments in composition.
When her husband died, Mrs. Bacon published an extended Memoir of him; also she contributed to The Rose of Sharon, an annual, in the fashion of those days, with miscellaneous contents and steel engravings.
Her letters, written from abroad in 1867, are described as very entertaining.
A little book, called Only a Keepsake, privately printed during her life, contains some of her poems.
Here are a few lines about April—– Life!
life! 't is singing in the rills And piping in the meadows, Tis bursting from the gray old trees That cast their ghostly shadows. The rose's stem is flushed with red, With green
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Prospect Hill Schoolhouse46, 47
Prospect Street, Somerville47
Putnam, Rev. Dr. A. P.85
Putnam, General Israel78-99
Putnam, Israel, Jr.94
Quincy, Mass.7, 56
Randall, Mary L.103
Rehoboth Baptist Church38
Revere, Paul27, 78
Revolutionary War, The15, 79
‘Rose of Sharon, The’9, 25, 27
Runey, James S.45
Runey, John44, 45
Runey, John, House of44
Runey, Mrs. Maria M.45
Russell, James, Recorder36
Rymes, Christopher E.22
Saint Lawrence River49, 52
Sanborn, David, House of47
Sanborn, David, Jr., House of47
Sanborn, Mrs. David47
Sanitary Commission, The103
Sargent Ave., Somerville44