A. MS. notebook
HARVARD COLLEGE (MS 1630-1637)
CSP's evaluation of a number of fellow class members, but not all. The ones on Francis Abbot and himself are of particular interest. He described Abbot as "supremely conscientious" with "ability mediocre" and as lacking in "some elements of good taste." Of himself, he wrote: "1. Vanity 2. Snobbishness 3. Incivility 4. Recklessness 5. Laziness and Ill-tempered."