Another medal was received by Morgan Appleton, the father of Julius H. Appleton, president of the Riverside Paper Co., Holyoke, Mass. Inscription:
REWARD OF MERIT
With the representation of two quill pens and open book.
Marshall B. Blake, of New York writes: "I have a relic of the school in the shape of a silver medal dated 1829, awarded me, I know not for what, at a public exhibition given by the school in the old State-street Town Hall."
Edwin E. Bliss, now missionary at Constantinople, Turkey, was a recipient of one of the medals.
The following roll of members-of the old High School was found in the old Bowdoin & Carew store building on the "Hill" in 1865. It is supposed to have been left there by William Hyde, Esq., a lawyer who at that time had an office in the building, and was one of the School Committee in 1832.—
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