Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Doctor Holmes” in chapter 3 of Frank Preston Stearns, Cambridge Sketches:
...ars of laughter in the Dicky and Hasty Pudding clubs. Another son, called affectionately by the students Jimmy Mills, was also noted for his wit, and much respected as an admirable instructor. Doctor Holmes says, in Parson Turell's Legacy: Know old Cambridge? Hope you do.- Born there? Don't say so! I was too. (Born in a house with a gambrel-roof,-- Standing still, if you must have proof.- Nices...
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