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[p. 70] (Elizabeth Usher, who was satisfied with one black boy to carry her train), the mother of Marm Betty. It is very doubtful if the Royall house, during the six years that the ‘perruquier's daughter,’ Elizabeth Welch, was its mistress, had as beneficent influence upon Medford as did in the same years that humble room near Medford Square, where lived Elizabeth Francis, better known as ‘Marm Betty.’

From the New York Observer of September 21, 1868.

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