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Historic leaves, volume 6, April, 1907 - January, 1908 4 0 Browse Search
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he incorporation of the town in 1842, and closed by quoting the toast of Mrs. Nancy Thorning Munroe upon that occasion: Somerville, her three hills, Spring Hill, Winter Hill, Prospect Hill. May her spring ever be fresh, her winter ever green, and her prospect ever glorious. Miss Elizabeth A. Waters spoke for the charities of Somerville, on account of her connection with the Somerville Samaritan Society, the precursor of the Associated Charities. Her toast was: The Good Samaritan. Will S. Eddy, president of the Bay State League, and ofthe Medford Historical Society, spoke for Medford, the Emerald of the Mystic, and Miss Mary E. Elliot spoke stirringly on Woman and Patriotism. Leon M. Conwell, editor of the Somerville Journal, was the last speaker called upon, and made brief remarks upon The Press—the Preserver of Passing Events and Moulder of Public Opinion. After the speeches the president presented the basket of flowers from the head table to Mr. Sargent, and then brought
h College, 2. Davies, Gershom, 50. Davis, Elizabeth, 50. Davis, James, 50. Davis, P. S., 68, 69, 70. Davis, Captain, P. Stearns, 46. Davis, Colonel, Phineas Stearns, 18. Dedham, Mass., 31, 49. Deering, N. H., 2. Dirty-marsh, 26. Ditson's Music Store, 5. Dodge, Seward. 13. Dolbear, Professor., 74. Donnell, Captain, 8. Dorchester, Mass., 19. 79. Drouet's Block, 33. Dugan, John. 9. Dusseault, John H., 17, 43, 56, 58, 61. Early's Corps, 59. East Cambridge, 35, 36. Eddy, Will S., 75. Edgerly, John S., 55. Edward's Ferry, Md., 18. Egan, Patrick, 14. Eighteenth Corps, 63. Eighth Massachusetts Regiment, 20. Elliot, Charles D., 5, 32. 73, 76. Elliot, Mary E., 75. Elliott. M. P., 13. Emerson, Rev. George H., 39. Endicott, John, 78, 79, 80. Everett, Hon., Edward, 38. Farrar, George, 66. Father Baker, 5, 39, 40. Felker, Samuel O., 58. Fellows,———, 11. Field,———, 16. Fifth Corps, 44, 45, 72. Fifty-first Massachusetts Regiment, 20. Fillebr