Harvard College Theses. Illustrissimo Johanni Hancock, Armigero, Gubernatori; Honoratissimo Thomae Cushing, Armigero. Boston: Typs Thomae et Johannis Fleet, 1782. Large folio broadside printed with large title compartment, listing the state's governor, vice governor, Harvard College President, Joseph Willard, and names of graduates, and three columns beneath, all separated by many typographical ornaments; rare, ESTC reports four U.S. copies only, at the American Antiquarian Society (two), Massachusetts Historical Society, and Boston Public Library; old folds, fragmentary where folds converge, the sheet toned, 25 1/2 x 17 in.
The class of 1782: Artemas Baker, Samuel Balch, Josephus Bartlett, Benjamin Bartlett, Samuel Bass, Abrahamus Biglow, Jonathan Bird, Ebenezer Bowman, Nathanael Bridge, Theophilus Capen, Richardus Codman, Johannes, Dawson, Josephus Estabrook, Daniel Gould, Edvardus Gray, Sethus Hastings, Moses Haven, Reuben Hayes, Timotheus Lindall Jennison, Samuel Kendal, Benjamin Parker, Samuel Payson, Gulielmus Dandridge Peck, Samuel Quincy, Gulielmus Reed, Jonathan Remington, Johannes Van Rensselaer, Stephanus Van Rensselaer, Chandler Robbins, Nathanael Rogers, Larkin Thorndike, Jedidias Tucker, Carolus Warren, Johannes Welles, and Henricus Wight.
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