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The Bay State Monthly — Volume 2, No. 4, January, 1885   By:

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The Bay State Monthly - Volume 2, No. 4, January, 1885 is a fascinating collection of articles showcasing the people, places, and events that shaped the state of Massachusetts during the late 19th century. From profiles of prominent figures like John Adams and Ralph Waldo Emerson to detailed descriptions of historic landmarks like Plymouth Rock and the Battle of Bunker Hill, this issue provides readers with a comprehensive look at the rich history and culture of the Bay State. The writing is engaging and informative, making it a must-read for anyone interested in American history or the state of Massachusetts. Overall, this volume is a valuable resource for students, history buffs, and anyone looking to learn more about the heritage of one of America's oldest states.

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[Illustration: Geo. D. Robinson Governor of Mass. 1884.



A Massachusetts Magazine .


JANUARY, 1885.

No. 4.



[Assistant Editor of the Boston Journal.]

His Excellency George D. Robinson, at present the foremost citizen of Massachusetts, by reason of his incumbency of the highest office in the Commonwealth, is the thirtieth in the line of succession of the men who have held the office of Governor under the Constitution. In character, in ability, in education, and in those things generally which mark the representative citizen of New England, he is a worthy successor of the best men who have been called to the Chief Magistracy. His public career has been marked by dignity and an untiring fidelity to duty; his life as a private citizen has been such as to win for him the respect and good will of all who know him. He is a man in whom the people who confer honor upon him find themselves also honored. He is a native of the Commonwealth, of whose laws he is the chief administrator, and comes of that sturdy stock which wresting a new country from savagery, fostered with patient industry the germs of civilization it had planted, and aided in developing into a nation the colonies that, throwing off the yoke of foreign tyranny, presented to the world an example of government founded on the equal rights of the governed and existing by and with the consent of the people... Continue reading book >>

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