on was received from the Annapolis, N. S., Historical Society.
A finely executed book of their anniversaries was later received.
The president then announced the subject of the evening, The visit of Myles Standish and his party to the site of Medford on September 21, 1621, and called Miss Atherton, who read an extract from the oration of Charles Sprague (Boston, July 4, 1825), The Disappearing American Indian.
The president then spoke on Indian trails, read from Paths and Legends of New England Border and of the Mohawk Trail, and then asked Mr. Charles Daly to read extracts from Mourt's Relation—the Expedition of the Massachusetts, which he did.
Then Mr. Wilson Fiske gave his impression of the visit thus described.
This was also given in the current issue of the register.
The president then called attention to a large framed lithograph hanging at the right of the chair.
It was published in 1873 and is now very rare.
It is the March of Myles Standish, and was loaned to t