Phillips Brooks, Bishop of Massachusetts

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J. G. Cupples, 1891 - 93 pages
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Page 100 - The name of Coffin is so widely spread over our continent, so many thousands of men and women of other patronymics take pride in their descent from Tristram, its...
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