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New England Life in the Eighteenth Century

Representative Biographies from Sibley’s Harvard Graduates

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ISBN 9780674612518

Publication Date: 08/11/1995

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656 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

24 illustrations

Belknap Press

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  • List of Illustrations*
  • Foreword [Samuel Eliot Morison]
  • Introduction
  • Benjamin Wadsworth (1690)
  • Henry Flynt (1693)
  • William Vesey (1693)
  • Jedediah Andrews (1695)
  • Richard Saltonstall (1695)
  • Samuel Vassall (1695)
  • Peter Thacher (1696)
  • John Read (1697)
  • Jonathan Belcher (1699)
  • Jeremiah Dummer (1699)
  • Thomas Wells (M.A. 1703)
  • Timothy Cutler (1701)
  • Israel Loring (1701)
  • Jared Eliot (1703)
  • William Shurtleff (1707)
  • Joshua Parker (1710)
  • Samuel Phillips (1712)
  • Hugh Hall (1713)
  • Thomas Walter (1713)
  • Benning Wentworth (1715)
  • Isaac Greenwood (1721)
  • Ebenezer Parkman (1721)
  • William Brattle (1722)
  • Jonathan Frye (1723)
  • Samuel Coolidge (1724)
  • Henry Phillips (1724)
  • Mather Byles (1725)
  • Benjamin Kent (1727)
  • Solomon Prentice (1727)
  • Josiah Quincy (1728)
  • John Seccomb (1728)
  • William Williams (1729)
  • Peter Oliver (1730)
  • Joseph Seccombe (1731)
  • John Winthrop (1732)
  • Thomas Bell (1734)
  • John Phillips (1735)
  • Andrew Eliot (1737)
  • Benjamin Prat (1737)
  • Oxenbridge Thacher (1738)
  • Lemuel Briant (1739)
  • John Tucker (1741)
  • Samuel Auchmuty (1742)
  • Edward Bromfield (1742)
  • William Rand (1742)
  • Samuel Cooper (1743)
  • James Warren (1745)
  • Edward Augustus Holyoke (1746)
  • Samuel Moody (1746)
  • Peaslee Collins (1747)
  • Isaac Gardner (1747)
  • Ebenezer Storer (1747)
  • Samuel French (1748)
  • Jonathan Sewall (1748)
  • Samuel Haven (1749)
  • Benjamin Marston (1749)
  • Nathan Tisdale (1749)
  • George Washington (1749)
  • Thomas Dudley (1750)
  • Henry Gardner (1750)
  • Index
  • * Illustrations
    • Benjamin Wadsworth. Artist unknown. Courtesy of Harvard University.
    • Henry Flynt. By John Greenwood. Courtesy of Harvard University.
    • William Vesey. Copy of John Wollaston from an earlier portrait (artist unknown). Courtesy of Trinity Church, New York City.
    • John Read. Artist unknown. Courtesy of the Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover.
    • Jonathan Belcher. By Thomas Hudson. Courtesy of the Fogg Art Museum.
    • Jeremiah Dummer. Unidentified English artist, first quarter of the eighteenth century. Courtesy of Yale University Art Gallery (Gift of the Associates in Fine Arts).
    • Timothy Cutler. Mezzotint by Peter Pelham.
    • Hugh Hall. By John Singleton Copley. Courtesy of Michael C. Janeway (A.B. 1962).
    • Benning Wentworth. By Joseph Blackburn. Courtesy of Mrs. Strafford Wentworth of Brookline, Massachusetts.
    • Isaac Greenwood. Artist unknown. Courtesy of the New-York Historical Society.
    • William Brattle. By John Singleton Copley. Courtesy of Thomas Brattle Gannett of Wayland, Massachusetts.
    • Mather Byles. By Peter Pelham. Courtesy of the American Antiquarian Society.
    • Josiah Quincy. By John Singleton Copley. Courtesy of the own and the Frick Art Reference Library.
    • Peter Oliver. By John Smibert. Courtesy of Mrs. Richard H. Lawrence of Mount Kisco, New York, and Mrs. Fletcher M. Harper of New York City.
    • John Winthrop. By John Singleton Copley. Courtesy of Harvard University.
    • John Phillips. By Joseph Steward. Courtesy of Dartmouth College.
    • John Tucker. Artist unknown. Courtesy of Gordon Hutchins (A.B. 1902).
    • Samuel Auchmuty. Artist believed to be John Wollaston. Courtesy of Trinity Church, New York City.
    • Edward Bromfield. Attributed to John Smibert. Courtesy of the Fogg Art Museum.
    • Samuel Cooper. By John Singleton Copley. Courtesy of the Fogg Art Museum.
    • James Warren. By John Singleton Copley. Courtesy of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
    • Edward Augustus Holyoke. By Benjamin Blyth. Courtesy of Edward H. Osgood (A.B. 1938) and the Essex Institute.
    • Ebenezer Storer. By John Singleton Copley. Courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Purchase, 1940; the Thomas J. Watson Gift).
    • Samuel Haven. Artist unknown. Courtesy of the Massachusetts Historical Society.

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