h more acceptable to the public than that of a college.
At the same time, when it is established we can make what we please of it—that is, we can have a branch located either at the same or another place, where honors may be dispensed to woolly heads.
At all events the plan must go forward. . . .
Let us do something at Newburyport: do thou give one lecture there and I will give one, and let us see what impression we can make.
Arnold Buffum to Garrison & Knapp, Boston. Andover, 10th mo. 24, 1832.
I am to deliver a lecture here this evening, and to-morrow morning I go to Newburyport and hope to meet Friend Garrison there and proceed with him to Boston. . . . I got a letter from him at Lowell, saying he proposed to return to Boston this week to prepare for a voyage to Europe, should the means be provided and his friends unitedly think it desirable.
I hope and presume there will be but one opinion on the subject.
It was to consult on that matter that I wished to have
ybil), of Medford, m. Joel Adams, of Camb:, 23 Oct. 1788.
[Love was sister of Jonathan（3）–see Bond's Wat., 523; Wyman's Chas., 910; Sybil may be—see Bond, 527 (163）—gr.—dau.
of Jonathan (3).]
Stoughton, John [Spanish Consul], of Boston, m. Anna Margaret DeNeufville, of Camb., 11 Nov. 1799.
[From stone over tomb in Pct. burying-ground, of family of Stoughton & R. I. Linzee, A. D. 1812, he d. 28 Jan. 1820, a. 75; she d. 29 Oct. 1837, a. 78; their dau., L. C. M., w. of A. E. Watson, d. 24 Oct. 1832, a. 28.] See de Neufville.
Stuart, Jeremiah, had a seat in the meeting-house here, 1781.
Sullivan, Richard, a pewholder here in 1805. Wyman, 915.
Sumner, Catherine, of Roxbury, m. Gershom Cutter, Jr., 23 June, 1786—Cutter (par.
Swan, Ebenezer, adm. Pet.
ch. at organization, 9 Sept. 1739, d. 27 July, 1740, a. 68; son of John Swan, the emigrant—see Paige, 667; &c. His w. Elizabeth, adm. Pct.
ch. at org. 9 Sept. 1739, d. his widow, of a terrible cancer, 20 Apr. 1