and has already been elected a member of the Senate of Massachusetts.
May it be long before his name can come under the care of the historian.
A similar wish we may express for Thomas S. Harlow
, who is a permanent and valuable resident in Medford
, but attends to his professional business in Boston
has furnished its share of public characters, who have done it honor; and they include a governor, lieutenant-governor
, councillors, senators, representatives
, clergymen, physicians, lawyers, authors, two professors in colleges, a mayor of Boston
, and military commanders in the army and navy of the United States
We may be allowed to signalize our ladies, who have been called to public stations.
Two have represented the country, as wives of ministers, at the Court of St. James; and another has written and published more perhaps than any other female in the United States
The following list of printed works contains all that have come to our knowledge.
Names in the order of graduation:--
Her literary productions are noticed elsewhere.
|On the Annual and National Thanksgiving||1783|
|At the Installation of Rev. Peter Thatcher, in Brattle-street Church, Boston||1785|
|Before the Ancient and Honorable Artillery, in Boston||1788|
|At Ordination of Rev. N. Thayer, in Lancaster||1793|
|On the Annual Thanksgiving||1794|
|On the Day of the National Thanksgiving||1795|
|On the Death of a Child, killed by a Gun||1797|
|Before the Annual Convention of the Congregational Ministers of Massachusetts||1798|
|At the Ordination of Rev. Leonard Woods, at Newbury||1798|
|The Devil let Loose; or, the Woe occasioned by his wrathful Appearance,--a Sermon on Fast Day||1799|
|On the Death of General Washington||1799|
|Dudlean Lecture; Validity of Presbyterian Ordination,--delivered in the Chapel of Harvard College||1802|
|At the Funeral of Rev. Joseph Roby, at Lynn||1803|
|The Validity of Baptism by Sprinkling, and the Right of Infants to that Ordinance||1804|
|On Family Religion||1808|
|At the Annual Election||1809|
|At the University in Cambridge||1810|
|A Solemn Protest against the late Declaration of War||1812|
|At the Ordination of the Rev. Convers Francis, in Watertown||1819|
|Volume of Sermons, pp. 469||1824|