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Image of BX 5980 N2 P3 Vol. 1 - A Sketch of the life of Wilkins Updike

Chapter 1 - 1700-1720
        Early church families, Rev. Christopher Bridge, Rev. William Guy, First entry in Church register, Gabriel Bernon

Chapter 2 - 1720-1722
        Rev. James MacSparran, his arrival, origin, testimonials and marriage; controversy concerning Pettaquamscutt ministerial land.

Chapter 3 - 1722-1724
        Imprisonment at Bristol of men for refusal to contribute to the support of Presbyterial minister; appeal of the rector to Bishop of London; analogous events in Massachusetts

Chapter 4 1724-1730
        Extracts from records of church; The Sweet family; Rev. Samuel Johnson; Cole Family; Captain John Chace; Champlin family; John and Sarah Gidley; Rev. Joseph Torrey

Chapter 5 - 1730-1734
        Updike family; Phillips family; George Balfour; Gardiner family; Minturn family; Rev. Samuel Seabury; Rt. Rev. Samuel Seabury, D.D.; Rev. James Honyman

Chapter 6 - 1734-1740
        Auchmuty family; Dr. Giles Goddard and Goddard family; Mr. MacSparran's Visit to England; Captain Nathan Haley; Rev. Jonathan Arnold; Colonel William Coddington; Helme family

Chapter 7 - 1740-1741
        Severe winter of 1740; Smallpox and other diseases; Wars with Spain and France; Dr. MacSparran's sermon on these visitations; other accounts of extreme cold.

Chapter 8 - 1741
        Dr. MacSparran's work among the Negroes; slavery in Rhode Island; the interest of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in the slaves; State of society in Narragansett in the 18th century

Chapter 9 - 1741-1749
        Rowland Robinson; the Unfortunate Hannah Robinson; Rev. John Checkley, Captain William Walker; Matthew Steward; Rev. George Pigot; Dr. MacSparran's convention sermon; Captain Philip Wilkinson; Martin Howard

Chapter 10 - 1750
        Narragansett Indians; Canonicus; Ninegret; Canonchet; Judge William Potter; Jemima Wilkinson; Wilkinson family; Descendants of Judge Potter

Chapter 11 - 1751-1756
        Dr. MacSparran's sermon 'The sacred dignity of the Christian priesthood vindicated'; George Hazard and Hazard family; Dr. Robert Hazard; Governor Robert Hazard and Colonel Joseph Hazard; Dr. Thomas Moffat, Gilbert Stuart, Senior and Junior.

Chapter 12 - 1754-1758
        Voyage of Dr. and Mrs. MacSparran to England; death of Mrs. MacSparran; return of the doctor to America and decline in health; death and funeral; Rev. Thomas Pollen; Rev. Matthew Graves; Rev. John Graves; Letter of condolence from Church of St. Paul's; Rev. Jeremiah Leaming

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BX 5980 N2 P3 Vol. 1 - A Sketch of the life of Wilkins Updike Chapter 1 - 1700-1720 Early church families, Rev. Christopher Bridge, Rev. William Guy, First entry in Church register, Gabriel Bernon Chapter 2 - 1720-1722 Rev. James MacSparran, his arrival, origin, testimonials and marriage; controversy concerning Pettaquamscutt ministerial land. Chapter 3 - 1722-1724 Imprisonment at Bristol of men for refusal to contribute to the support of Presbyterial minister; appeal of the rector to Bishop of London; analogous events in Massachusetts Chapter 4 1724-1730 Extracts from records of church; The Sweet family; Rev. Samuel Johnson; Cole Family; Captain John Chace; Champlin family; John and Sarah Gidley; Rev. Joseph Torrey Chapter 5 - 1730-1734 Updike family; Phillips family; George Balfour; Gardiner family; Minturn family; Rev. Samuel Seabury; Rt. Rev. Samuel Seabury, D.D.; Rev. James Honyman Chapter 6 - 1734-1740 Auchmuty family; Dr. Giles Goddard and Goddard family; Mr. MacSparran's Visit to England; Captain Nathan Haley; Rev. Jonathan Arnold; Colonel William Coddington; Helme family Chapter 7 - 1740-1741 Severe winter of 1740; Smallpox and other diseases; Wars with Spain and France; Dr. MacSparran's sermon on these visitations; other accounts of extreme cold. Chapter 8 - 1741 Dr. MacSparran's work among the Negroes; slavery in Rhode Island; the interest of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in the slaves; State of society in Narragansett in the 18th century Chapter 9 - 1741-1749 Rowland Robinson; the Unfortunate Hannah Robinson; Rev. John Checkley, Captain William Walker; Matthew Steward; Rev. George Pigot; Dr. MacSparran's convention sermon; Captain Philip Wilkinson; Martin Howard Chapter 10 - 1750 Narragansett Indians; Canonicus; Ninegret; Canonchet; Judge William Potter; Jemima Wilkinson; Wilkinson family; Descendants of Judge Potter Chapter 11 - 1751-1756 Dr. MacSparran's sermon 'The sacred dignity of the Christian priesthood vindicated'; George Hazard and Hazard family; Dr. Robert Hazard; Governor Robert Hazard and Colonel Joseph Hazard; Dr. Thomas Moffat, Gilbert Stuart, Senior and Junior. Chapter 12 - 1754-1758 Voyage of Dr. and Mrs. MacSparran to England; death of Mrs. MacSparran; return of the doctor to America and decline in health; death and funeral; Rev. Thomas Pollen; Rev. Matthew Graves; Rev. John Graves; Letter of condolence from Church of St. Paul's; Rev. Jeremiah Leaming Notes

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F 74 D2 D3 c.3 - -Introduction -Decorations at Danvers -Decorations at Danversport -Decorations at South Danvers -Arrangements -Programme of Reception -Chief Marshal's Notice -The Procession -Cavalcade -Fire Department -Schools -Exercises at the Peabody Institute -Mr. Abbott's Address -Song by the children of the Holten High School -Mr. Peabody's Reply to Mr. Abbott -The Dinner -Speech of Mr. Daniels -Speech of Mr. Peabody -Speech of Governor Gardner -Speech of Hon. Edward Everett -Song of Welcome by Mrs. Joel R. Peabody -Speech of Mr. J. B. C. Davis -Speech of President Walker -Speech of Mayor Meservy -Speech of Prof. C. C. Felton -Ode by Mrs. George A. Osborne -Speech of Mr. Charles Hale -Speech of Judge White -Speech of Judge Upham -Speech of Mr. Carruthers -Speech of Mr. Charles W. Upham -Ode, by Miss Harriet W. Preston -toasts and Sentiments -Letter -Evening Levees -The Next Day -Conclusion -The Press -From the Boston Evening Transcript -From the Boston Daily Advertiser -From the Boston Atlas -From the Boston Courier -From the Boston Traveller -From the Boston Journal -From the Salem Gazette -From the Salem Register -From the New York Times -From the American Journal of Education -From the London Times -History of the Institute -Prefatory -Historical Sketch -Mr. Peabody's Sentiment and Letter -Government of the Institute -Donors and Donations to the Institute -Laying of the Corner-Stone -Remarks of Mr. Daniels -Address of Mr. Abbott -Speech of Hon. Abbott Lawrence -Speech of Mayor Seaver of Boston -Speech of Mayor Huntington of Salem -Speech of Hon. George S. Hillard -Speech of Mr. C. W. Upham -Epistle to Future Generations -Dedication -Mr. Daniels' Remarks -Original Hymn -Address of Hon. Rufus Choate -Speech of Hon. George S. Hillard -Speech of Hon. D. A. White -Speech of Hon. Asahel Huntington -Gov. Washburn's Letter -Lyceum and Library -List of Lectures and Lecturers -Rules and Regulations of the Library

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