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thine own. The invocation was by Rev. A. E. Winship, pastor of the M. E. Church at West Somerville. Scripture reading by Rev. W. E. Huntington of Roslindale. Rev. J. M. Usher (Universalist) read the hymn— The perfect world by Adam trod Was the first temple built by God. His fiat laid the corner-stone, He spake, and lo, the work was done! Rev. Andrew McKeown, D. D., of Dorchester, preached the sermon from Isa. 28: 16, Behold, I lay in Zion a foundation stone, etc. Rev. J. A. Richardson of Medford (Baptist) led the responsive reading of the one hundred and twenty-second Psalm. Brother Wagner made a statement of the business part of the new enterprise, and four hundred dollars was pledged towards the same. The trustees then came forward, and in the disciplinary form presented the building for dedication. The declaration thereof was made by Dr. Sherman, and the dedicatory prayer by the pastor, Brother Wagner. An anthem (by the choir of the First Church, who,