ason published several biographies, a gazetteer of Massachusetts, and edited a hymn book.
The Rev. E. C. Towne printed many of his sermons.
The Rev. James L. Hill, retired from the ministry, now devotes his entire time to literary work.
He has written the Growth of Government; Seven Sorts of Successful Sunday Evening Services, 1904; an election sermon preached before the Governor and Legislature in 1878, and numerous pamphlets on religious, social and historical topics.
The Rev. Frank Ilsley Paradise is the author of The Church and the Individual, a book that has received wide and favorable comment.
David Atwood Wasson was one of the most notable preachers of his time.
He wrote Christianity and Universal Religion, and a volume of poems.
Since his death his essays, critical, political and religious, have been collected and published.
A volume of his letters in manuscript, written to and presented by Thomas Wentworth Higginson to the Medford Public Library, are of great i