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ate, the county, the city, and the town seemingly vie with each other in their efforts to improve the highways, and so facilitate the transportation of merchandise from point to point. Not so in the early years of the past century; any old thing of a road was thought good enough for the farmers, although at that time the hauling was all practically done by this class of the community. You know about the time of the chartering of the Boston & Lowell railroad, the officials of the old Middlesex Canal went upon record as stating, that no railroad, no corporation could compete with the farmer in this teaming business, because the farmer, having the necessary paraphernalia which he used in his business as an agriculturist upon his farm and in moving his crops and supplies, could team goods over the roads cheaper than anyone else, and it was useless to think he couldn't. The farmers did starve out the old canal company; it would seem by the above statement that its officials were willin
t Boston, Miss Sara A. Stone; December 23, With the Army of the Potomac, 1864, George B. Clark; January 13, What Historic Comsiderations Lead to, Mrs. M. D. Frazar; January 27, Minor Causes of the Revolution, Walter A. Ladd; February 10, Somerville Fire Department and Somerville Fires, J. R. Hopkins; February 24, Old-Time School Books, Frank M. Hawes; March 10, Department of the Gulf, Levi L. Hawes; March 24, Recollections of Somerville, John R. Poor, Boston. 1902-1903: November 13, Middlesex Canal, Herbert P. Yeaton, Chillicothe, O., (read by Miss Sara A. Stone); November 20, Separation of Church and State in Massachusetts, Charles W. Ludden, Medford; December 18, Early Schools of Somerville, Frank M. Hawes; January 8, Neighborhood Sketch, Quincy A. Vinal; Reminiscences, Timothy Tufts; January 29, Literary Men and Women of Somerville, Professor D. L. Maulsby; February 19, Reminiscences of Old Charlestown, Hon. S. Z. Bowman; March 12, Four Score and Eight-Old Time Memories, Nathan
, Captain, I.—33; III.—23. Messinger & Cahill, IV.—16. Methodist Church, Webster Avenue, III.—17. Middleboro, II.—29. Middle Department, I.—34. Middlesex Canal, II.—7, 10, 11, 19. Middlesex Canal, opening of, IV.—13. Middlesex Canal, people connected with, II.—10. Middlesex County, IV.—24. Middlesex CountMiddlesex Canal, opening of, IV.—13. Middlesex Canal, people connected with, II.—10. Middlesex County, IV.—24. Middlesex County Census, 1850, I.—26. Middlesex House, II.—10. Mike Martin, IV.—12. Miles, Colonel Dixon S., I.—34, 36; III., 24. Miles, General Nelson A., IV.—27. Military Sketch No. 1, I.—33. Military Sketch No. 2, II.—37. Milk Row, II.—9, 10, 21, 26. Milk Row Station, III.—16. Millen, James, IV.—29. Miller, CharleMiddlesex Canal, people connected with, II.—10. Middlesex County, IV.—24. Middlesex County Census, 1850, I.—26. Middlesex House, II.—10. Mike Martin, IV.—12. Miles, Colonel Dixon S., I.—34, 36; III., 24. Miles, General Nelson A., IV.—27. Military Sketch No. 1, I.—33. Military Sketch No. 2, II.—37. Milk Row, II.—9, 10, 21, 26. Milk Row Station, III.—16. Millen, James, IV.—29. Miller, Charles M., IV.—29. Miller, James, IV.—29. Miller's River, III.—17. Minute Men at Lexington, I.—9. Mitchell House, location of, III.—21. Monument to Fallen Heroes, Lexington, I.—9. Moore, William F., IV.—23, 29. Morill, Henry, I.—11. Mo