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Page 12 - Here once bubbled up, it is fondly believed, in the centre of the iron-railed. inclosure, that spring of water with which First Settler William Blackstone helped to coax Winthrop and his followers over the river from Charlestown. There is no monument to Blackstone here or anywhere, but in this significant spot stand two statues, one to Columbus and one to Aristides the Just, both of Italian make, and presented to the city by a Greek merchant of Boston ! No.
Page 16 - The Book of Saints and Friendly Beasts ; " " In the Days of Giants ; " " The Lonesomest Doll.") ASHBURTON PLACE, HANCOCK STREET, JO.Y STREET, MYRTLE STREET No.
Page 59 - A cordial invitation is extended to all members of the Association to attend this meeting which will be held in University College, Dundee, from April 15 to 17.
Page 7 - Mrs. John T. Sargent, Sketches and Reminiscences of the Radical Club of Chestnut Street, Boston (Boston: JR Osgood & Co., 1880), especially pp.