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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 3., Medford in the War of the Revolution. (search)
we see the graves of those whose hearts beat fast with patriotic fervor on that eighteenth of April one hundred twenty-three years ago. There they rest—the Committee of Safety, the Representatives to the General Court, the heroes of Stillwater, the patriot preachers, the minute-men, and the heroic women, side by side. Over their graves waves the Star Spangled Banner, without a stripe lost and with many stars gained since they fought and suffered beneath its folds. May we preserve what they began! A union of States none can sever, A union of hearts and a union of hands, And the flag of our Union forever. Sarah Bradlee Fulton Chapter, D. A. R. Officers for 1899. RegentMRS. Mary B. Loomis. Vice-RegentMISS Ella L. Burbank. ChaplainMRS. Sarah E. Fuller. SecretaryMISS Helen T. Wild. RegistrarMRS. Emma W. Goodwin. TreasurerMISS Sarah L. Clark. HistorianMISS Eliza M. Gill. Executive Board. Mrs. Hannah E. Ayers. Mrs. C. Edith Kidder. Mrs. A. H. Evans
n is of pleasing interest. the opening meeting of the season, October 17, was a social occasion. The rooms were cheerful from blazing wood fires, and brilliant from electric lights, and the same adjectives might be applied, with due discrimination, to the members, who gathered in a goodly number. Rev. Edward A. Rand, of Watertown, who was present as a guest, made one of his charming addresses, and refreshments were served during the evening at the pleasure of the individual. Mrs. Mary B. Loomis, the newly elected regent of Sarah Bradlee Fulton Chapter, D. A.R., is a member of the Historical Society, and has contributed much to the social pleasure of the Saturday evening chats. We trust that her success with the gavel may equal her skill with the chafing-dish. the title-page and table of contents for Vol. I. of the Register is issued with this number. It will be found of convenient use in binding. Zzz In ye olden time It didn't make so much difference if they