Statistics for occurrence #1 of “John Winthrop” in chapter 1 of Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Olde Cambridge:
...ical advisers of their people and had to be instructed for that function. The first Professor of Mathematics and Philosophy, Isaac Greenwood, was not appointed until 1727; he was followed ( 738) by John Winthrop , who was greatly in advance of the science of the day, and whose two lectures on comets, delivered in the College Chapel in 1759, are still good reading. The year 1783 saw the founding of the Harva...
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