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High School department. Medford and the Stamp Act. [The following articles were prepared by pupils of the High School in connection
of the first rights of the colonists as Englishmen.
The people of Medford also joined in opposing the Stamp Act, but in a much calmer manner Hall, Esq., especially in regard to the Stamp Act.
The people of Medford declared that their rights and privileges had been infringed upon igently towards having the act repealed.
Although the people of Medford desired to have the Stamp Act repealed, they did not approve of th e general assembly in a Parliamentary way. Minnie W. Jackson.
Medford and the tea tax.
when the rest of the Townshend Acts were r ainst it. In November, 1774, a warrant was issued to the voters of Medford to meet and decide what action, if any, should be taken in regard compelled what a narrow statesmanship had refused to grant.
For Medford's part in the Revolution, see Register, Vol.
II., No. 1.