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very few, except in the mercantile way, from one generation to another, acquire more than a necessary subsistence, and sufficient to discharge the expenses of government and the support of the gospel, yet content and disposed to lead peaceable lives.—Boston Gazette, June 4, 1770. 1771 No. 1271 of Mr. Cooke's discourses is an expository sermon, numbered 4, on Matt. 2: from 12 v. to the end, dated Feb. 24, 1771. Another is No. 6, on Matt. 3:7, to the end, dated Mar. 17, 1771. No. 1275 is exposition No. 7—Matt. 4: to the end of the 11 v.— dated Mar. 31, 1771. No. 1278 is expository Nos. 9 and 10—Matt. 5:1, to the 10 v.— dated April 14, 1771. No. 1279 is exposition No. 11—Matt. 5: 10, to the 20 v.—dated April 21, 1771. No. 1282 is exposition No. 13—Matt. 6:1, to the end of the 15 v. —dated May 12, 1771. Another No. 1282 is a sermon on Mark 13:35, 36—dated May 5, 1771—delivered on occasion of the sudden death of James Robbins, drowned at Medford