Boston Post 27 Mar 1879 A.G. McVey

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Boston Post 27 Mar 1879 A.G. McVey - At the State House. The Committee on Railroads...
At the State House. The Committee on Railroads will give a hoariug this eveiiiug upon the important subject of the ne ccKsily lor a junction railroad to connect the Hoosac Tunnel lines with the South Bostou Flats. The only excuse for not taking hold of this matter in earnest has been that the session of the Legislature must be short and no business ought to be done that cou’.d by any means be avoided. It has been showu, how «ver, that this is a vital subject, not only to the busi ness of the city, but also in relation to making valua hie a large araónui of State property, and the atteinl ance of merchants and business men will probably convince the Committee that the proposed road or one like it ought to be constructe|d at once. The retrenchment in the Adjutant-Gcncral’s De panment bas made it necessary for the Adjutant- General to discharge Capt. William E. Wilson of Brookline, a mosi exjierienced and courteous clerk, w ho has servtHl the State eighteen years, holding office during the war under Gov. Andrew, and since under Adjt.-Cens. Sclioiiler and Cunningham. The rcdnction lias also resulted in the removal ot Lieut. A. G. McVey. ___________

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