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rn party, having the Select-men on their side, got possession of the Meeting-house, and would not suffer the assembly to enter there. Judge Sewall's Mss. August 28, 1696, the [First] Church chose Mr. Angier to preach, and September 28th, the town concurred with the Church in calling Mr. Angier to preach in the new meeting-house. The call was accepted, and May 25, 1697, Rev. Samuel Angier Rev. Samuel Angier was born in Cambridge, March 17, 1654, and was graduated at Harvard College in 1673. He was elected and settled by a majority of the votes of the Church, at meetings regularly called by the proper officers, with due notice given at both houses of worship, and the action of the Church was concurred in by the vote of the majority in the town. His society became the Church of Waltham, succeeding in regular order the Church in Watertown established by Rev. George Phillips, Sir Richard Saltonstall, and others. Zzz. was settled as pastor of the Church without reordination by im