Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Samuel Sewall” in chapter 1 of Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Olde Cambridge:
... churchyard. Cambridge children also discovered that during the eighteenth century the Harvard professors, if not literary men, were at least scholars, according to the standard of their time. Samuel Sewall , grand-nephew of the celebrated judge of that name, first taught the grammar school in Cambridge, and then (1762) became college librarian and instructor in Hebrew. He published a Hebrew grammar, a...
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