[p. 106] dashed out. I wished my female friends had been elsewhere. The subject is an unpleasant one to dream upon. To-morrow, after we shall have united with some of our Christian brethren in the usual sacrifices of the day, we propose going on to Schenectady, and on Monday continuing our course to the Westward. Hepsey postpones writing until she reaches Canandaigua. Mrs. B. and Mrs. S. were engaged this evening with Miss Gregory, who sings and plays on the piano in excellent style, and I engaged to write to you in her stead. Her duty, love &c. &c. to her Mother, yourself &c. &c. With great affection and esteem I am Yours,
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Incidents and reminiscences of the Fire Department of Medford .
High School Department.
Some Unpublished School reports.
First Universalist Society in Medford .
Medford Historical Society .
Medford Assembly or Dancing Class.
Rules for the Assembly .
Old Ship street .
Parson Osgood 's account of the dark day , May 19 , 1780 .
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