Beverly, Manchester, and Gloucester shores, Thatcher's Island, Eastern Point, Boardman's Point and Baker's Isl and light-houses, Marblehead light near the point of the Neck, and on the ocean side, Swampscott, Lynn, Nahant, and the South Shore, Egg Rock light, Minot's Ledge and the other outer lights of Boston Harbor. The bathing facilities are very good, although there is no high rolling surf. As for fishing, the sea perch may be caught from almost any point on the shore, and cod and other large fish by rowing a short distance. The drives both on the Neck and about the town generally are very fine. A splendid highway encircles the entire terri tory of the Neck, affording one of the grandest drives on the New England coast. On the main land the roads through Marblehead, Swampscott, Lynn, Nahant, along Atlantic avenue, Ocean street, and Nahant beach can hardly be surpassed in attractiveness. In the other direc tion the drives to Salem, where all its historic points may'