rument in God's Hand of bringing much good to it. Her Mother, Mrs. Jane Coleman, was a truly gracious Woman, Daughter of Mr. Thomas Clark, Ge. Referring again to The Early Ministers of Medford we find that Dr. Coleman was graduated from Harvard College in 1692, and for six months a admiration and veneration in which his reverend son-in-law held Dr. Coleman that one feels the Memoirs of Mrs. Jane Turell give much more inontinue to quote from it.
Mrs. Turell was the third child of Reverend and Mrs. Coleman.
. . . Her Constitution from her early InfancyMrs. Coleman.
. . . Her Constitution from her early Infancy was wonderful weak and tender, yet the Organs of her Body so formed as not to obstruct the free Operations of the active and capacious Spirit Father's to her wrote in Answer to one of hers.
In this letter Dr. Coleman says: I pray God to bless you and make you one of his Children.
ng letter, now in possession of Mr. Frank Hervey, was written to Miss Coleman just before her marriage to Mr. Turell.
It is such a good examp