Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Professor Convers Francis” in chapter 1 of Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Olde Cambridge:

...cis Sales. To these was later joined (1847) the attractive and inspiring Louis Agassiz. There were also in Cambridge several private libraries which were, for their period, remarkable; as that of Professor Convers Francis , rich in theology and in general literature; that of George Livermore, devoted especially to Bibles and Biblical literature; and that of Thomas Dowse, a leather-dresser in Cambridgeport, whose remar...
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