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Historic leaves, volume 5, April, 1906 - January, 1907 6 0 Browse Search
William Schouler, A history of Massachusetts in the Civil War: Volume 1 1 1 Browse Search
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rousing cheers were given for General Grant and the Potomac Army. A national salute was fired from the Navy Yard. In the evening, a meeting was held in the First Parish Church, which was opened in a few remarks by the pastor, Rev. J. B. Miles. Then there was singing and prayer, addresses by the clergymen, and by the Mayor and others. At the conclusion, a collection was taken up for the benefit of the Christian Commission, and a large sum realized. In Roxbury, the State Guards, Captain Edward Wyman, with a band, marched in the evening through the principal streets, accompanied by a large body of citizens. In Elliott Square there was a grand display of fireworks. The Norfolk House and many dwellings were illuminated; and, at nine o'clock in the evening, a salute of one hundred guns was fired, and the church-bells in the city were rung from nine till ten o'clock. The excitement and the enthusiasm extended through every city, town, and village in the State. On the 4th of A
ead for the Gardner. These schools were assigned to the charge of Messrs. Hazeltine and Allen for the trustees. Among bills approved was that of A. W. Whittredge for $52.50. The winter terms were to be taught by Norwood Damon at the Russell, Edward Wyman at Winter Hill, Timothy P. Rogers at the Gardner, and Miss Ann Whipple was appointed for the Milk Row school, at the same compensation as was given last winter to a male teacher. In the annual report Miss Whipple was highly commended. As Mr.s. It is also an interruption to the female department. 1836-1837. The teachers for this summer outside the peninsula were: Miss Abby Mead, of the Winter Hill school; Miss Ann E. Whipple, of the Milk Row; Miss Burnham of the Russell; and Miss Wyman, of the Gardner. In accordance with the vote of the town, Messrs. Warren and Valentine were requested to look up the law relating to the establishment of high schools. February 23, 1837, they reported in favor of such a school, and their repo
79, 83, 92, 96, 99. Wilcolm, W., 15. Wiley, Phebe W., 49. Wiley, W. S., 74. Wilkins' Astronomy, 98. Willard, Paul, Esq., 48, 49, 70, 71. Willow Avenue, 62. Winter Hill, 65, 74, 85, 86. 87, 96, 97. Winter Hill District, 78, 92. Winter Hill Road, 21, 77. Winter Hill School, 16, 18, 19, 20, 47, 48, 50, 51, 52, 67, 69, 71. 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 81, 83, 92. Winthrop School, 81, 82, 94, 99. Woburn, Mass., 51, 78, 79. Woburn Road School, 48. Woodbury, Augusta F. 86. Woodbury, William, 87. Woodman, Edith A., 53. Woods, John M., 60. Worcester's Geography, 98. Worcester, George P., 76. Worcester's History, 98. Worcester's Second and Third Books of Reading, 98. Worcester's Third Book, 98. Wright, C., 14. W right, Elizur, 29-39. Wright, Ellen M., 29. Wyman, 22. Wyman, Edward, 72. Wyman, Lucy, 17. Wyman, Luke, 12, 46, 47, 48. Wyman, Miss, 73. Wyman, N., 14. Wyman, William, 14. Young Ladies' Class Book, 98. Young Reader, The, 98.