The fair New Yorker is, sometimes, very amusing; she asks me if every one in Boston
talks like me--if every one is as "intellectual" as your poor correspondent.
He returned from Boston to Salem, travelling through the woods on foot, and leaning on his pilgrim's staff.
His heart appears to have been quite broken," answered Grandfather; "for he died at Boston within a month after the death of his wife.
And so the field became the first burial ground in Boston.
It appears that his father, while lecturing in Boston, had mentioned Graham's exploits with a class of deaf-mutes; and soon afterward the Boston Board of Education wrote to Graham, offering him five hundred dollars if he would come to Boston and introduce his system of teaching in a school for deaf-mutes that had been opened recently.
It won him a professorship in Boston University; and brought so many pupils around him that he ventured to open an ambitious "School of Vocal Physiology," which became at once a profitable enterprise.
Bell had agreed to give him a series of private lessons for $350 a year; and as the child lived with his grandmother in the city of Salem, sixteen miles from Boston, it was agreed that Bell should make his home with the Sanders family.
In the city of Boston I have rarely called upon an individual for funds that I have not been thanked for calling, usually before I could get an opportunity to thank the donor for the money.
rector of Trinity Church, Boston, to preach the Commencement sermon.
The golden calf they worship at Boston is a pigmy compared with the giant effigies set up in other parts of that vast counting-house which lies beyond the Atlantic; and the almighty dollar sinks into something comparatively insignificant, amidst a whole Pantheon of better gods.
The Perkins Institution and Massachusetts Asylum for the Blind, at Boston, is superintended by a body of trustees who make an annual report to the corporation.
The parents were easily induced to consent to her coming to Boston, and on the 4th of October, 1837, they brought her to the Institution.
They lef' Boston Harbour for the great Grand Bank wid a roarin' nor'wester behind 'em an' all hands full to the bung.
Thirty-five mile from Cape Clear, an' fourteen days from Boston Light.
Twas gettin' on towards fall, and grub was low, so Counahan ran her back to Boston, wid no more bones to ut.