-38 he seems to have been teaching in the South—perhaps as professor in the theological department of a denominational school in South Carolina.
From 1836 to 1842 he was pastor of a church at South Berwick, Me., and from 1842 to 1849, of the Free Street church, Portland.
From 1849 to 1858 he was connected with a Baptist publishing house in New York city.
From 1858 to 1865 we find him living in Cambridge without a pastorate.
After that he was associated with the Benedict Institute at Columbia, S. C., and from 1876 to 1878 he was president of that institution.
He died in Cambridge, January 6, 1888, in his eightieth year.
From this barren sketch, it is possible to conceive somewhat of his long and useful life.
During the spring and summer of 1830 Milk Row School had the services of Miss Sarah A. Mead, a young lady from Waltham.
She was followed by Jeremiah Sanborn, who taught the winter term, 1830-1.
Miss Mead was born in Cambridge and was educated at the Lexington Institute,