d, and fear that the editor had his troubles, as the closing writing reads:
Be it known to all Gentlemen who do me the honour to Transcribe my Papers that unless they transcribe them Verbatim (faults & all) Their Liberty shall be retrenched & they Severely animadverted upon.
[Signed] Telltale [Seal]
A letter (on Young's Hotel stationery), written by S. Miller, December 17—is inserted, which states I purchased in last Oct. in Newport and E. Greenwich, R. I., 50 or 60 rare items . . . the little book was in one, for which I paid a very considerable amt. of money.
The remaining portion of the book consists of various observations and dreamy visions, by turning the book about and writing toward the middle.
It bears the library mark:
Harvard CollegeDec. 23,1907 Library
Gift of Wm Cary Savage ‘74andFrancis Randall Appleton ‘75
It is now just two hundred years since Ebenezer Turell came to the Medford pulpit which he occupied for fifty-four y