Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Harry Vane” in chapter 1 of Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Olde Cambridge:
...side of the common, where the Rev. John Wilson, first minister of Boston and a portly man, climbed the tree on Election Day, in 1637, and exhorted the people to vote for Governor Winthrop and not for Harry Vane . We read in a book by a Cambridge woman, Mrs. Hannah Winthrop, the horrors of that midnight cry, as she calls it, when all the women and children of Cambridge were awakened by drums and bells on ...
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