erring the command to Medford.
The name was changed to Lawrence Light Guard, in honor of Mr. Daniel Lawrence, who as long as he lived showed his interest by substantial aid.
Henry W. Usher was t next muster the company appeared on the field with over fifty muskets, and received from Mr. Daniel Lawrence a prize of fifty dollars for so doing.
September 15, 1860, the fire which destroyed th a year after the return of the company, and only after a long dispute and legal process.
Col. Lawrence was ordered to report in Boston with his regiment April 19, 1861.
His orders were issued A22, 1833.
The cost was $3,000. The committee in charge of negotiations were Isaac Sprague, Daniel Lawrence and Elisha Stetson.
The town voted to build the Town House of wood at an estimated cost ofe brick wall on the south side was built.
In 1850 it was again burned.
George T. Goodwin, Daniel Lawrence and Charles S. Jacobs were chosen a committee to repair the building.
It was proposed to b