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h Mrs. Rowson's school, who belonged in Medford, I have obtained the following list: Lydia Bishop. Rebecca Bishop. Fanny Blanchard. Lucy Brooks. Lucia Gray. Sallie Richardson. Ann Rose. Hannah Swan. Peggy Swan. Catherine Thompson. Fanny Tufts. Peggy Tufts. Sarah Wait. Harriet Wait. Mary Warner. Sallie Burgess. There is also given Mary Lane of Ten Hills Farm, Medford; but I am told Ten Hills Farm belongs to Somerville. Of this number the fullestAlexander, the talented translator and illustrator of Roadside Songs of Tuscany. It was Ruskin's enthusiastic appreciation of her work that made the name of Francesca widely known. She is a cousin of Mrs. Edwin N. Hallowell of Medford. Catherine Thompson, born June 24, 1784, was the daughter of Ebenezer and Katherine Thompson; married November 15, 1808, to Noah Johnson of Woburn. Fanny Tufts, born January 14, 1789, was the daughter of James, Jr., and Elizabeth Tufts. Sarah Lloyd Wait,