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The Society's work-papers and Addresses--Sixteenth year, 1911-1912.

October 16.—‘A Summer in Germany and Austria.’ Rosewell B. Lawrence.

November 20.—‘The Attempted Rescue of Anthony Burns.’ George C. Tate.

December 20.—‘Along the Banks of the Mystic in the Fifties.’ Elisha B. Curtis.

January 15.—‘Annual Meeting.’ Short Addresses by Officers of the Bay State Historical League.

February 19.—‘The Walnut Tree Hill Division of the Stinted Pasture.’ John H. Hooper.

March 18. ‘The Postmasters of Medford.’ Irving B. Farnum.

April 15.—‘Laws and Courts of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.’ Frank E. Bradbury of Dedham.

May 20.—‘Libby Prison.’ Charles W. Libby. ‘Manual Training in the Medford Schools.’ Joseph T. Whitney.

With this issue the Register closes its fifteenth volume. We have tried to make it a distinctively Medford work of interest and value, and trust that our effort has not been altogether in vain.

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