Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Richard Dana” in chapter 1 of Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Olde Cambridge:
..., with perhaps greater original powers, was known only to a few neighbors. The Ware family, coming in 1825, was a race of writers, including the two Henrys, John, William, John F. W., and George. Richard Dana , the head of the Boston bar in his day, was a native of Cambridge (1699); as was his son Francis Dana, equally eminent and followed in lineal succession by Richard Henry Dana, the poet; and by his so...
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