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he Bunker Hill school. A month before this, December 11, Benjamin F. Tweed was chosen to succeed William D. Swan at this school. A petition from Charles Adams and others residing on the top of Winter Hill for establishing a primary school there, and requesting the board to present the same to the town in their annual report, was presented by Mr. Forster. Mr. Allen presented a report of the examination of the Winter Hill school, which was ordered to be placed on file. A petition from Clark Bennett and William Bonner to have the lines of the Prospect Hill school more properly defined, was presented and referred to the whole board. The annual report for this year is very satisfactory in that it gives us much information. The schools are taken up individually beginning with the Gardner district. This school is about seven miles from the Town House, and is contiguous to the western part of Woburn, being a little less than three miles from Woburn meeting house. To reach it the roa
ned to the public. Many citizens, at the invitation of the city government, presented trees, which were set out and marked with the names of the donors. Only a very few of the names can be ascertained, as there was no official record kept, or if it was kept, it has been lost. Ex-Mayor Furber set out four for himself and family; ex-Mayor Brastow, Zadoc Bowman, N. E. Fitz, Aaron Sargent, and John C. Magoun each set out one. Jacob Glines set out a sycamore tree very near the flagstaff. Clark Bennett and Quincy A. Vinal, who was chairman of the committee for laying out the park, both furnished trees. Mather E. Hawes set out an English elm. Credit should be given to him as the originator of the scheme for celebrating the centennial year by setting out trees on Broadway Park. When the grounds in front of the Latin School were laid out, the graduating class of the year set out a tree, the one on the right in front of the steps of the building. Those on the left were set out some y
, A., 13. Bacon, Moses, 82. Bacon, William H., 96. Bagnall, William R., 77, 78, 83. Bailey's Algebra, 98. Baker, , 52. Baker, Amos P., 67 Baker, Henry, 59. Banks Street, 62. Barker, Amos, 51. Barker, J., 12. Barnard, A., 12. Barrell, Joseph, 54. Barrett, Samuel, 17, 18, 20. Barry, J., 15. Bartlett, —, 100. Bates, Joshua, 71, 82. Battles, —--, 81. Baxter, George L., 53, 91. Baxter, Sylvester, 32. Beacon Hill, 2, 3. Beacon-Street Mall, 3. Beaver Brook, 8. Bennett, Clark, 78, 90. Bennett, Josiah Q., 53. Bent, Rev. N. T., 94. Berkeley Street, 57. Bigelow, Samuel, 17, 18, 51, 52. Blake's Philosophy, 98. Blanchard, Catherine, 47, 51. Blanchard, J., 12. Blodget, L., 15. Blue Hills, 32. Bonner, Captain, John, 2. Bonner, Phillip, 11. Bonner, William, 74, 78. Books for Grammar Schools, 1840, 98. Books for Primary Schools, 1840, 98. Boston, 2. Boston Common, 2, 3. Boston Public Library, 2. Boston School Atlas, 98. Boston Slips,