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The Worcester of eighteen hundred and ninety-eightFifty years a city . se ded mCharlestown and Zaccheus Gould, who located in Lynn. Some membe sof this widely distributed Gould family proudly brought with themTcrosTras^mra^ld r^^^^^^^^l.^^^^^^-- ^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^t arm uplif^r: Si^ (Henrv) Gould, was born inOakham, Massachusetts, February .0, 183;. His father was a nativ oChar ton, and his mother was born in Rutland. The Henrys came origin ntaZb ? f ^ ^^?^^^ ^^•--- ^ -ostfamousTp e- Rotrno of7 ^^^^«r3- ^^e great Revolutionary orator, and firstgo ernorof irg.n.a. It has always been a pleasing po

The Worcester of eighteen hundred and ninety-eightFifty years a city . se ded mCharlestown and Zaccheus Gould, who located in Lynn. Some membe sof this widely distributed Gould family proudly brought with themTcrosTras^mra^ld r^^^^^^^^l.^^^^^^-- ^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^t arm uplif^r: Si^ (Henrv) Gould, was born inOakham, Massachusetts, February .0, 183;. His father was a nativ oChar ton, and his mother was born in Rutland. The Henrys came origin ntaZb ? f ^ ^^?^^^ ^^•--- ^ -ostfamousTp e- Rotrno of7 ^^^^«r3- ^^e great Revolutionary orator, and firstgo ernorof  irg.n.a. It has always been a pleasing po Stock Photo
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The Worcester of eighteen hundred and ninety-eightFifty years a city . se ded mCharlestown and Zaccheus Gould, who located in Lynn. Some membe sof this widely distributed Gould family proudly brought with themTcrosTras^mra^ld r^^^^^^^^l.^^^^^^-- ^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^t arm uplif^r: Si^ (Henrv) Gould, was born inOakham, Massachusetts, February .0, 183;. His father was a nativ oChar ton, and his mother was born in Rutland. The Henrys came origin ntaZb ? f ^ ^^?^^^ ^^•--- ^ -ostfamousTp e- Rotrno of7 ^^^^«r3- ^^e great Revolutionary orator, and firstgo ernorof irg.n.a. It has always been a pleasing postulate of Doctor ^el V.^Tf °^^ ^^ ^^y -^^ -- °t as closely welded a D tor Gould fin .. ?^ ^ ^ ^^^^^ --^ ^ h- -ins. Con in^S ^T ° T^ ^°^° ^^-demy, entered AmherstUn on Th !, 1 T ^-duated in the class of 1850. He then entered Pn ess.^ P £k TT ^^ ^ ^^^^ ---- ^« ^-^dAndo e H * ° °^ ^^^?^ ° systematic theology at Ando^er, and returning to Union Seminary for his third year was graduated. REVEREND GEORGE H. GOULD. The Worcester of if 629 in 1853. Just before leaving- the seminary he received an invitation tobecome colleague pastor with the Reverend Albert Barnes of Philadelphia, butat this period suffering much from ill health, from over-study, and especiallyfrom lack of gymnastic training, now so happily enjoyed by students, hewent West to engage with an old college friend in railroad engineering,with the hope of recovering his health; but instead contracted a malignantform of malaria in the swamps skirting the western, shore of Lake Mich-igan, and this misfortune has been the one bane and misery of his wholesubsequent physical life. During the next two years, as strength allowed, he preached intermit-tently in various cities of the West—Chicago, Milwaukee, Madison, Beloit

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