At Pembroke, N. H.

We clip the following from the Concord Evening Monitor's report of the Old Home Week exercises at Pembroke, August 23. Those of our readers who are acquainted with the history of New Hampshire will recall that the town of Pembroke was given to Mrs. Eddy's ancestor, Captain John Lovewell and his soldiers for their services in defeating the Indians.

"The Hon. Henry M. Baker of Bow came with a surprise for the people of this town, as he was called upon to make a few remarks. He expressed the good wishes of the Rev. Mary Baker G. Eddy of Concord to the trustees of Pembroke Academy, who are erecting a new academy, by placing in the hands of Prof. Isaac Walker a check for $1,000. Mr. Baker is president of the trustee board."

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