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d his note by a sketch of this house, showing a fourth entrance, to the end away from the river, probably that by which the hall on the second floor was reached, and adds John D. Small started business in the large room. We would here observe that Mr. Small's successors are in a building longer used for church purposes. In 1831 the Universalists began their services in Kendall's Hotel, Register, Vol. IV., p. 27. but by the time the Baptists needed accommodations Medford had its Town Hall, that later sheltered the Methodists while their second home was in construction, and likewise Galen James' second colony the Mystic Church, and also the Roman Catholic. The early services of Grace Church were held in the Odd Fellows Hall, though the pleasant fact is recorded that the initial service was in one of the Congregational churches loaned for the service, and, in accordance with the custom of the Episcopal communion on the Christmas festival, was fitly decorated with evergreen.