, another of the most charming of those ornaments which it would seem nature had provided with express reference to the present use of these grounds, will be noticed a simple Egyptian pedestal, surmounted by a short obelisk, erected by Mr. Faxon; and beyond this a monument, the taste of which is attributable to Professor Webster, whose name it shows, together with the following records:--
John R. Webster, obt. 1820, aged 18 months.
Harriet W. Webster, obt. 1833, aged 10 years.
Grant Webster, obt. 1797, aged 80.
John White, obt. 1805, aged 80.
Sarah White, obt. 1807, aged 77.
Elizabeth Davis, obt. 1812, aged 76.
Redford Webster, obt. 1833, aged 72.
Hannah Webster, obt. 1833, aged 67.
The next monument we come to, a plain free-stone pedestal, surmounted by an urn, belongs to a class of which we have already noticed several interesting specimens-those erected by the subscription of friends.
They naturally lead us to look for something of rather special inte