oks was much in his company.
Early in the week of festivities Governor Eustis had given a dinner for the marquis, to which the latter's old vernor were with him in their old Continental uniforms.
Brooks and Eustis, up to this time, had not been on friendly terms, but by the considew of the militia was held on Boston Common at the instance of Governor Eustis, and Brooks, knowing what was being prepared for the entertain and had Lafayette as his guest.
Lafayette's friends, Brooks and Eustis, with the former of whom he had carried on a correspondence, had bol.
John Brooks was born May 31, 1752, and died March I, 1825.
William Eustis was born June 10, 1753, and died February 6, 1825, while Lafaye Hall family at that time (see Register, July, 1912, page 65). The Eustis coach, in which Lafayette rode, now finds a resting-place in the cafor seeing historic places I visited Shirley Hall, the home of Governor Eustis.
Though shorn of much of its magnificence, there was enough l