y, and also from Gov. Wiggin of New Hampshire.
In 1846, when he was eight years old, his parents removed to1844–'45; James Waldock, 1845–'46; Charles Cummings, 1846–‘76; Lorin L. Dame, 1876-1903; Leonard J. Manning, 1ls till 1843, was occupied during the two winters of 1846-8 by a school exclusively of boys, who, from age or raged $202, which was an advance of $22 from that of 1846, when the grammar assistants received but $104. Withthaway and S. R. Townsend, resigned in the spring of 1846, and lady teachers were put in their places.
The exg towns provided that luxury for their children.
In 1846 the State Board of Education reported Medford as numanced in that respect.
Medford spent for schools in 1846, $3,922; in 1847, $4,515, and in 1852, $5,428. Its pix trips (at 9.30 A. M., 12 M., 2, 4, 6, 8 P. M.) in 1846.
But memory declares them to have ceased before the winter of 1846-7, and to have given the monopoly of passenger travel to a stage coach, which made several da