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all persons who feel desirous of having an Episcopal Church established in Medford, are earnestly requested to meet on Tuesday evening next, at 7 o'clock, at the house of Mrs. Barr. Wm. Bailey Lang. Grace Medford, Dec. 11, 1847. THE Hon. James M. Usher, editor of the History of Medford, in his opening paragraph on Grace Church says:– From the original settlement of Medford until nearly the middle of the present century Churchmen who lived within its borders were compelled, by the n a commodious rectory, situated on the northerly side of High Street, a short distance from the church, was built by Dudley C. Hall, Esq., and by him presented to the parish for the use of the rector. The church building (to quote again from Mr. Usher), which since its completion had remained in the ownership of the family who had generously erected it, and consequently, in accordance with the canonical law of the church, could not be consecrated, was given to the parish by Mr. Peter C. Broo