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e. The next house and that of Thatcher Magoun need no description, except to mention the high fence and gateways with lantern over, and the well-kept grounds, and the statuary. Next a large house with mansard roof, a porch over the front entrance, and the ground below the street sloping to the river and vacant for some distance. A small cottage painted straw-color stood close to the way; next the old Grace Church, in which then or later a Medford school was kept. Then came the house of Dr. Bemis; next the fire engine house, since moved a little, and now the Grand Army hall, and next the Orthodox, or Mr. McCollom's Church. There was then no clock upon it, but it had a bell which was rung at stated intervals each week day at the town's expense. A small vacant lot lay beyond the church, and next was the four-story brick block then called the Usher Building. Next were some low wooden buildings, in one of which was Wyman's market, that in later years gave place to the Odd Fellows