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, Royal, auctioneer, 40. Morse's hourly, 38. Moulson, Lady Ann, establishes scholarship at Harvard, 174; Radcliffe College named for, 175. Moulson, Sir Thomas, 174. Mount Auburn, location, 139; known as Stone's Woods, 139; also Sweet Auburn, 139; proprietors, 139; use as a cemetery authorized, 139; the tower, 139; first committee for the cemetery, 139, 140; consecration, 140; incorporation, 140; first burials, 140; the chapel, 140; statues, 140, 141; the Sphinx, 140; gateway, 140; mimprovements, 128. Street railways, 395-399. Streets, Superintendent of, 404. Streets tributary to bridges, 29. Students, moral improvement in, 39, 40. Students, Southern, 38, 39. Suffrage, limited to church-members, 6. Sweet Auburn, 139. See Mount Auburn. Taxation, property exempt front, 320. Taxation without representation, early case of, 5. Tax rate, 59. Tea, duty on, 21, 22. Tea, destruction of, 22. Third Parish, called Little Cambridge. 9; attempts t