Newspaper Clipping of an Essay Entitled: "Eastham and Orleans Historical Papers - No. 4"
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SubjectFirst and second Church of Eastham; Mr. Osborn at the South Parish; Career and labors of Mr. Osborn; Mr. Treat's death; Settlement of a minister; Joseph Lord; Samuel Osborn; Joseph Lord's work in South Carolina; Successor of Reverend Hugh Adams; Ordaining of Samuel Osborn; Work in the old meeting-house; Congregational meeting-house in Orleans; Samuel Osborn's disagreement with the Curch; Doctrinal points; Samuel Osborn's formal dismissal from the Church; Full trail for Samuel Osborn; Evidence; "Venerable council"; Disqualification of Samuel Osborn; Leaders of the trial; Joseph Doane; Nathaniel Freeman Esqr.; Calvanism; Pelagianish; School teaching position of Samuel Osborn; Samuel Osborn's new improvements in agriculture; Preparation of peat; Conflicting accounts on the life of Samuel Osborn; Reverend James Freeman; Investigation of James Freeman; Early life of Samuel Osborn; Israel Doane, grandson of Samuel Osborn; University of Dublin; School teaching; Will of Kenelm Winslow; Asbon; Ministry of Eastham; Richard Knowles; Jedidah Smith, first wife of Samuel Osborn; Experience Hopkins, second wife of Samuel Osborn; Elisha Hopkins, former husband of Experience; Children of Samuel Osborn; Sarah; Marriage of Sarah and Ephraim Morton; John; Marriage of John and Ann Doane; Mary; Elizabeth; Abigail; Marriage of Abigail and John Homer; Samuel Osborn Jr.; Life of John Osborn; Harvard College; John Osborn's studies in ministry and medicine; John's practice as a physician; John's poetry; Riverside burying ground; John Osborn's children; John Osborn Jr.; Dr. John Chevers Osborn; Marriage of John Chevers Osborn and Lucy T. Payne; Death of John Chevers Osborn; Passage to St. Croix; Marriage of Elizabeth and William Myrick; Death at sea of William Myrick; William Paine Esqr., Elizabeth's second husband; Death of William Paine at Louisbourg; Elizabeth's children; "Home, Sweet Home"; Edmund Doane, Elizabeth's third husband; Samuel Osborn's house at Pochy
Newspaper clipping of an essay, probably cut from the Harwich Independent; bears the title: "Eastham and Orleans Historical Papers - No. 4," written by Josiah Paine. The article/essay concerns the life and heirs of Samuel Osborn
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