In the eloquent words of colonial preacher john winthrop, “When a man is to wade through deep water, there is required tallness.”
john winthrop might, therefore, have at least "gone to college," if he had not "gone through college."
john winthrop, of New London, sent letters by these butcher carriers.
john winthrop sent the following "Considerations" relating to himself to various friends for their advice.
This date cannot be correct, when we find john winthrop writing in 1695 for "two wiggs one a campane, the other short."
john winthrop, first governor of Massachusetts colony, died at Boston, aged 63.
The father, the grandfather, and perhaps the great-grandfather of our john winthrop were committed to that repository.
john winthrop, his son and grandson—all governors of Connecticut, lay in the same family tomb in this yard.
We read the heart-revelations of john winthrop with the profoundest confidence, and even with a constraining sympathy.
This was effected under the auspices of john winthrop, a son of the governor of Massachusetts.