was the case in Bolton, in this state, where, after a short visit to Concord, he spent the night at the mansion of Samson V. S. Wilder, a personal friend.
Mr. Wilder, a man of wealth who had spent years abroad, knew Lafayette in Paris, and owned thMr. Wilder, a man of wealth who had spent years abroad, knew Lafayette in Paris, and owned the finest estate in the town.
I once had the pleasure of going through the grounds.
The summer-house was built in the style of the one on the Royall House grounds, in that it had a receptacle made like a well for keeping food cool.
Persons, eventaper seem to have a relationship one to the other, and just here you may notice another instance of it, for the wife of Mr. Wilder was born in Medford in the old Watson house on High street, only removed a few years ago. After John Brooks left the ea of two children being born here to this couple in 1796 and 1799. One of these, Electa Barrel, became the bride of Samson V. S. Wilder, who was noted in Bolton for his lavish hospitality, where he lived for a number of years.
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