Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Governor John Winthrop” in chapter 1 of Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Olde Cambridge:

... settlements called East Cambridge and Cambridgeport, is one of the few American towns that may be said to have owed their very name and existence to the pursuits of letters. Laid out originally by Governor John Winthrop as a fortified town,--furnished soon after with a pallysadoe, of which the large willows on Holmes's Field are the last lingering memorial,--it might nevertheless have gone the way of many abortive ...

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