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[p. 30] papers read before the Society by Rev. Henry C. DeLong, on the ‘Early Ministers of Medford,’ and by Rev. C. A. Staples, of Lexington, on the ‘Hancock Clark House,’ or the interesting address of Mr. Sylvester Baxter, of Malden, on the ‘Metropolitan Park System.’

the Society would gratefully receive as gifts or loans books or articles of historic interest and value.

Memberships in the Society are cordially invited.

the Publication Committee makes its appreciative acknowledgments to Hon. Mellen Chamberlain for his paper on ‘The Importance of preserving Early History,’ written for this number of the register.

Joel Goldthwait & Co., Carpets, 169 Washington Street, Boston. Goods delivered in Medford.

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