uaint old vehicle a few years ago, I dreamed away some pleasant hours trying to bring before my mental vision a picture of those historic days.
This old coach, still in a good state of preservation, has been an object of interest in several processions.
It was used September 17, 1880, at the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the settlement of Boston.
Members of the New England Historic Genealogical Society occupied fourteen carriages in the parade, and in the Eustis coach were Marshall P. Wilder, president of the society, and Benjamin G. Smith, marshal, both of whom I well knew.
I count it a great privilege to have had the acquaintance of these gentlemen of the old school, with their courtly, dignified manners.
In my zeal for seeing historic places I visited Shirley Hall, the home of Governor Eustis.
Though shorn of much of its magnificence, there was enough left, though it had been moved from its original site and the spacious rooms had been divided into several small on