ctions on the Goodness of God in Supporting the People of the United States Through the Late War.
He was famous for his political sermons; the Devil Let Loose, on the French Revolution; an Election sermon; a Eulogy on George Washington, and others.
His daughter, Miss Lucy Osgood, wrote a memoir of Charlotte Ann Haven Brooks, and left many interesting letters written in a marked literary style.
The Rev. Converse Francis published several orations, a History of Watertown, and Lives of John Eliot and Sebastian Rale for the Library of American Biography, 1795-1872.
The Rev. Charles Brooks wrote a History of Medford in 1855, one of the first of the Massachusetts town histories; Biographies of Eminent Men and Women, two volumes; Letters of a Foreign Correspondent; a Daily Monitor; a Prayer Book; Prussian System of Education; System of Education in Holland; a book on Ornithology, and many sermons and lectures.
He was a pioneer in the cause of training teachers for their work; by hi