to July 1, 1877.
Edward A. Drew (Tufts, 1867), from December 2, 1867, to June 1, 1869.
George C. Travis, Jr. (Harvard, 1869), from June 1, 1869, to April 1, 1872.
Charles B. Saunders (Harvard, 1871), from April 1 to July 2, 1872.
Minton Warren (Tufts, 1870), from September 2, 1872, to November 26, 1873.
Charles S. Bachelder (Harvard, 1873), from December 1, 1873, to April 6, 1874.
Frederic T. Farnsworth (Tufts, 1873), from April 8, 1874, to June 30, 1876.
Miss Carrie A. Tere he died in 1874.
Mr. Travis studied law with Hon. D. A. Gleason while in Medford, and upon leaving the school was admitted to the bar. He practised for a time in South Framingham and now has an office in Boston.
He resides in Newton.
Mr. Warren left Medford for the mastership of the Waltham High School.
Later he studied for two or more years in Germany and on his return became a professor in Johns Hopkins University.
Mr. Bachelder studied law in New Hampshire and is now Judge of t