Statistics for occurrence #1 of “The Rev. Benjamin Colman” in chapter 1 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 15.:

... less cultivation of the arts and sciences and literature. In the early days the church was the center of literary interest, and most of its ministers have left some printed record behind them. The Rev. Benjamin Colman , who preached in Medford in 1693, was a model of literary excellence in his sermons. Rev. Ebenezer Turell, who occupied the Medford pulpit from 1724 to 1778, published a pamphlet on Witchcraft, and...
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