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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 6., The Baptist Church of Medford. (search)
H. Clark. James M. G. Plummer. Gilbert Hodges. The superintendents of the Bible School are recorded as follows:— Robert L. Ells. William Parsons. Thomas P. Smith. James M. Sanford. Charles A. Elliott. Charles L. Callender. Alonzo E. Tainter. George M. Ritchie. William H. Breed. Thomas R. Clough. Charles A. NewcA. Cobb. In the early history of the Bible School it is recorded that on the morning of the first Sunday of April, 1853, in the home of the superintendent, Mr. Thomas P. Smith, there lay in the cold embrace of death the little son, a beautiful boy of seven years—the family circle broken for the first time. When the morning of theresented, it would include, besides those we have mentioned, many well-known and highly-esteemed in Medford and in the regions beyond. Brightly shine the names of Smith, Ells, Stetson, Gardner, Breed, Pierce, Babbitt, Curtis, Porter, Tufts, Cummings, Cushing, Newcomb, Brown, Hooker—these in the early, many more in the later histor<
sleep on a Bed of Roses or feathers—for 6 months in the Year his Uncle sleeps on a fine mat or Carpet—( The heat is so intolerable.) Cape town 31st May 1797. A Ship being bound for New York I couldn't omit the Opp'ty of acquainting You of my coming here from Bengal—as I found my health declining so fast in India I saw no other remedy but to leave it for a cooler climate. Cape town 31st Jan 1800 . . . When you see Aunt Brooks Mercy, daughter of Dr. Simon Tufts, Sr., and Abigail (Smith), born Oct. 19, 1742; married Thomas Brooks, son of Samuel and Mary (Boutwell), Dec. 29, 1762. pray let her know that I receiv'd her kind letter and would have answered it, but the time is so short. . . . In the meantime present her with 50 Sp Doll'rs on the Account of it as from me and charge it to your acct against me . . . . If an opportunity offers send me as below 1 or 2 Small Kegs of Mackerel for private use. Weymouth or Rh Island Cheese for private use. Bottled Cyder if the co<