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Historic leaves, volume 2, April, 1903 - January, 1904, The Prospect Hill Park Celebration. (search)
cellency Governor John L. Bates; singing (a) ‘The Breaking Waves Dashed High,’ (b) ‘Battle Hymn of the Republic,’ by the pupils; address, His Honor Lieutenant-Governor Curtis Guild, Jr.; singing, ‘The Star-Spangled Banner,’ (with accompaniment by the band); remarks, by John F. Ayer, president of the Somerville Historical Society; pulations on having a citizenship with the patriotism, the public spirit, and the generous heart to conceive and carry out this noble memorial. Address by Lt.-Governor Guild. Mr. Guild said in part:— The monument we meet to dedicate is fittingly enough a suggestion of the battlemented turrets of a flag-tower. Here lay theMr. Guild said in part:— The monument we meet to dedicate is fittingly enough a suggestion of the battlemented turrets of a flag-tower. Here lay the embattled lines that for the last time saw a foreign foeman tread the soil of Massachusetts. Here for the first time was hoisted the first flag of an American Union. Not here but on a neighboring height was stored the powder of the Middlesex towns so desired by General Gage, but though his soldiers on September 1, 177
r deeds of his illustrious career. Mayor Glines, Governor Bates, and Lieutenant-Governor Guild made various fitting allusions to him in their addresses, but at a tieople were becoming a liberty-demanding, independent nation.’ And Lieutenant-Governor Guild said: ‘The first flag to fly from the redoubt on Prospect Hill was nosustinet, and the motto of all the Revolutionists, An Appeal to Heaven. ’ And Mr. Guild added: ‘Colonel Stephen Moylan, of Moylan's Dragoons, a witty Corkonian in th, answering every question with ‘Powder! Powder! Ye gods, give us powder!’ ’ Mr. Guild seems to connect this story with ‘these slopes’ of Prospect Hill as a ‘vivid tacle in their path, they did not choose to undertake the venture. Well said Mr. Guild, ‘Here, after the Pyrrhic victory of the English at Bunker Hill, came the menave ever heard the eloquent speeches of Mayor Glines, Governor Bates, Lieutenant-Governor Guild, and Mr. Ayer? Would the flag of the crosses and the
Gilman, Charles E., Farm of43 Gilman Square, Somerville43 Gilman Street, Somerville43, 44 Glen Street, Somerville44 Glines, Hon. Edward, Address by77, 86, 87, 92, 93 Goff's Falls, N. H.50 Goldthwaite, S.20 Goodwin, Xtopher, Jr.37, 39, 40 Gore, Christopher53 Gould, Thomas21 Gow, Rev. John R.102 Granary Burial Ground20 Grant, General7 Greaves, Thomas60 Greene, John19 Greene, General Nathaniel78, 86, 87, 95 Greenville Street, Somerville45 Gridley, Colonel90 Griffin's Falls50 Guild, Lieutenant Governor Curtis, Jr. Address by77, 79, 86, 87, 92, 93 Guild House, The44 Hadley, Henry K.77 Hadley, Mass.68 Hadley, S. Henry44, 77 Hadley, Samuel D.44 Hale, Robert17 Hall, Andrew52 Hall, Benjamin52 Hall, Dudley56 Hall, Ebenezer52, 53, 56 Hall, Ebenezer, Jr.52 Hall, Willis52 Hammond, Lawrence, Recorder34 Hancock, Governor John52 Hancock,—, Schoolmaster, 172465 Harper's Magazine3 Harpswell, Me.103 Harrington Family, The46 Harvard College2, 8, 19, 33, 34, 58, 59,