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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 15., Lafayette's visit to Medford. (search)
e with him in their old Continental uniforms. Brooks and Eustis, up to this time, had not been on f friend, the latter came to Medford, called on Brooks, and the breach was healed. Boston, which L's rank, the titled yet democratic Frenchman. Brooks had been appointed chairman by the Society of he appropriate motto, Welcome to our hills and Brooks. At the close of Lafayette's reply to the so visit his particular and valued friend, Governor Brooks. His reception in this beautiful village passed, before he reached the mansion of Governor Brooks, were filled with children and people, wh for all my services and all my sufferings. Brooks' History contains an account of this speech, wable to assemble the militia at short notice. Brooks wanted to show Lafayette how quickly he could Common at the instance of Governor Eustis, and Brooks, knowing what was being prepared for the enter occurred on Saturday, August 28, the same day Brooks gave his dinner to Lafayette. The Hall fore[7 more...]