Samuel Stillman

Dr. Samuel Stillman (1737–1807) was an American Baptist minister. Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and raised in South Carolina, he married Hannah Morgan and took a pastorate in South Carolina for several years.

In 1764, Stillman joined the Reverend James Manning, the Reverend Ezra Stiles, the Reverend Isaac Backus, the Reverend John Gano, the Reverend Morgan Edwards, William Ellery, and former Royal Governors Stephen Hopkins and Samuel Ward among thirty-five others as an original fellow or trustee for the chartering of the College in the English Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations (the original name for Brown University).

From 1765 Stillman was minister of the Brattle Street Church of Boston, Massachusetts, until his death. John Hancock, although a Unitarian, was one of his admirers and often rented a pew there so that he could hear him. President John Adams and General Henry Knox also came to hear him preach. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Stillman, Samuel
Published 1766
Printed by Kneeland and Adams, in Milk-Street, for Philip Freeman, in Union-Street

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by Stillman, Samuel
Published 1773
Printed by John Kneeland, in Milk-Street, for Philip Freeman, in Union-Street

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by Stillman, Samuel
Published 1773
Printed and sold by E. Russell, next the corn-field, Union-Street. Sold also by A. Ellison, in Marlborough-Street

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by Stillman, Samuel
Published 1772
Printed by J. Kneeland, next to the treasurer's office in Milk-Street, for Philip Freeman, in Union-Street

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by Stillman, Samuel
Published 1769
Printed and sold by Ezekiel Russell, at the new printing-office, in Hanover-Street