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[p. 32] by a Medford man, Robert L. Sise, who came literally ‘over the bridge into Medford town’ at the midnight hour. Reference this may be found in the Medford

Miss Deborah Hall welcomes Paul Revere. Sergt. Harold I. Austin as Paul Revere, greeted by Miss Hall, a descendant of Capt. Isaac Hall of the Medford Minute-Men. Courtesy Medford Mercury.

Mercury of that time with account of the patriotic decorations and displays; also certain rhymes of more or less interest relating to the historic day.

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