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n Institute, Woodstock, Vt. He entered Tufts in 1856, and was graduated with the degree of A. B. in 1860. During the year 1859-60 Mr. Capen served in the Massachusetts legislature. He studied law with Thomas S. Harlow, of Boston, and at the Harvard Law School, but although admitted to the bar in 1864, he never practiced. Instead, he studied theology with the Rev. A. St. John Chambre, and in 1864 began to preach. From 1865 till 1869 he was pastor of the Independent Christian church in Gloucester. The next year, partly on account of his wife's health, he removed to St. Paul, Minn., to take charge of the Universalist church there. In 1870 he was called to the First Universalist church in Providence, R. I. Here he remained for five years, meanwhile securing the erection of a fine church building. In 1875 he was summoned to the presidency of Tufts College, a position he held until his death. Besides his administrative duties, he taught ethics, political science, and internationa
helsea was early a part of Boston. This most ancient town of Middlesex County was the third settlement in the limits of Massachusetts, outside of Plymouth plantation. The first Court of Assistants was held at Charlestown. In every line of business and commerce Charlestown held prominence. Phipps is a contraction in speech of Philip, unknown in England before the Conquest, and one of many forms indicative of the popularity of the fifth apostle. The Phipps were seated in the shires of Gloucester, Worcester, Warwick, and Northampton. They bore arms and were esteemed among the gentry. The immediate family, whence the Phipps of Charlestown derived issue, were of Wiltshire, where various members of the race are on record as sheriffs. Samuel Phipps, town clerk of Charlestown, and his neighbors dwelt within the present limits of Somerville, about 200 years ago, on Mt. Benedict. A portion of his homestead came within that part of the ploughed field which included the location of th
age, General, 86. Galley, Augustus (ship), 87. Gardner, Edward, 17, 18, 20, 22. Gardner, Henry, 18, 20. Gardner, James, 18, 20. Gardner, John, 20. Gardner, Rev., John, 20. Gardner, Lucy, 20. Gardner, Richard, 20. Gardner Row School, 14, 16, 17, 22, 94. Gardner, Samuel, 18, 19, 20, 21, 90, 94, 95, 99. Gates, Isaac, 71, 72, 91. George, 23. Gibbs, Jonathan, 95. Giles, Joseph B., 47. Gilman's Field, 11. Glisson, Captain, 33. Gloria. Patri, 3. Gloucester, Eng., 77. Gloucester, Mass., 1. Goodwin, Captain, 40. Goodwin, Deacon, David, 63, 66. Goodwin, John, 89. Gordon, Captain George A., 77. Gordon, Robert, 68, 71, 72, 92, 93, 97, 99. Gordon, Yorick S., 71, 73. Gorham, Mary, 39. Gorham, Nathaniel, 21, 42, 63, 65. Gorham, Nathaniel, Jr., 63. 66. Gorham, Hon., Nathaniel, 21, 65. Gragg, Mr., 93, 95. Graves, Thomas, 4. Gray, P. T., 70. Greaves, Doct., 83. Greaves, Katherine, 84. Greaves, Margaret, 84. Greaves, Phoebe, 84. Greaves, Dr., Thomas, 84,