Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Whalley” in chapter 1 of Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Olde Cambridge:
...ing hanged, the other burned to death. We knew that two of the regicides took refuge in Cambridge after the death of Charles I., and it was preserved in our memories through a curious oath By Goffe- Whalley then extant among Cambridge boys, but now vanished. We knew the spot where stood the oak tree, on the north side of the common, where the Rev. John Wilson, first minister of Boston and a portly ma...
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|†||Whalley||35||2||1||0||0 user votes||Vote|
|Edward Whalley||28||0||0||0||0 user votes||Vote|
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