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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 13., Stage-coach days in Medford. (search)
tsmouth to Boston a large stage Chair, With two good horses well equipped, will be ready by Monday the 20th. inst. to start out from Mr. Stavers, innholder, at the Sign of the Earl of Halifax, in this town to perform once a week; to lodge at Ipswich the same night, from thence through Medford to Charlestown ferry, to tarry at Charlestown till Thursday morning, so as to return to this town the next day; to set out again on the Monday following. It will be contrived to carry four persons best had driven him to despair. For from his lofty station he had seen Stavers, her husband, dressed in bottle green, Drive his new Flying Stage-Coach, four in hand, Down the long lane and out into the land, And knew that he was far upon the way To Ipswich and to Boston on the Bay! In 1767 a line was started from Salem to Boston, in 1772 one from Marblehead, and an advertisement of the line from Newburyport may be seen in the Boston Gazelle, May 10, 1773. With what pleasure these coaches mu