Mount Pleasant Street, Somerville44
Moylan, Colonel Stephen87
Munroe Estate, The45
Mystic River52, 56, 79, 82, 86, 90
Myles (Miles) Samuel, Schoolmaster, 168437, 38
Nashua & Lowell R. R.56
Nashua Village50, 51
Nathan Tufts Park66
Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md.23
Navigation on the Merrimac49
Necrology Committee, Report of22
Neighborhood Sketch, No. 642
New England Bank, Boston43
‘New England,’ Neal42
‘New England's Crisis,’ Thompson34
New Haven, Conn.20
New Rochelle, N. Y.12, 13
Normandy, France10, 12
North, Charles H.45
North Church, Boston38
North Chelmsford, Mass.55
North End School, Boston62
North Weymouth, Mass.4
New York City7
New York Independent, The6
Officers Somerville Historical Society24, 48, 72
‘Old Landmarks of Middle
Mousalls, John, III.—11, 12.
Munroe, Ensign, Robert, I.—9.
Munroe Family, The. I.—7.
Munroe House, location of, 1853, III.—15.
Mystic Avenue, III.—17; IV.—10.
Mystic, Marshes of the, II.—13.
Mystic River, IV.—9.
Nathan Tufts Park, III.—13.
N. E. Historic Genealogical Society, II.—28.
Neighborhood Sketch No. 1, I.—31.
Neighborhood Sketch No. 2, III.—19.
Nelson, Fletcher, IV.—29.
New Battalion, 1st Mass. Cavalry,. II.—37.
Newbern, N. C., IV.—26.
Newbury, Mass., IV.—13.
New York Artillery, 5th, I.—35.
Noddle's Island, IV.—9, 15.
Norfolk County, England, I.—21.
North Anna, I.—38.
North Street, III.—14.
Noyes, Captain, I.—38.
Oakman, Samuel, IV.—20.
O'Brien, Lieutenant Edward F., I.—39.
Odd Fellows' Building, Somerville, III.—21.
Old South Church, Boston, IV.—9.
Page, Captain, I.—38.
Page's Tavern, II.—10.
Parker, Benjamin, II.—19.
nd's rocks and fir-trees threw Their sunset-shadows o'er them, And Newbury's spire and weathercock Peered o'er the pines before them. Aroundk was ended, and the summer wearing late, Parson Avery sailed from Newbury, with his wife and children eight, Dropping down the river-harbor mainland, from the rocks of Marblehead; In the stricken church of Newbury the notes of prayer were read; And long, by board and hearthstone,ven upon the New Earth, 1697, quoted in Joshua Coffin's History of Newbury. Judge Sewall's father, Henry Sewall, was one of the pioneers of Nthe Puritan!” I see, far southward, this quiet day, The hills of Newbury rolling away, With the many tints of the season gay, Dreamily blen's day was o'er, His violin's mirth and wail, The walk on pleasant Newbury's shore, The river's moonlit sail! Ah!
life is brief, though lovreeze, Back to the mournful seas. Never again to the Merrimac And Newbury's homes that bark came back. Whether her fate she met On the shore