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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, April 30, 1771. See Genealogies. No. 1286 is exposition No. 18—Matt. 8: to the 17 v.—dated June 9, 1771. No. 1301 is exposition No. 29—Matt. 13: from the 20 v. to the end—dated Dec. 2, 1771. All these discourses are interesting and able. In No. 1286, however, is a passing allusion to the British military occupation of Boston at that period, in the following words: The Jews were once a free people, but were now brought under the Roman Iron Yoke of Bondage, and obliged
my sincere thanks for the respect you have shown me and my deceased father.] 6. Joseph, s. of Joseph (3), m. Lucy Kent 6 Sept. 1770. Both were adm. Pct. ch. 15 Dec. 1771. [He d. 20-25 Dec. 1824, a. 81.] Had in Menotomy, a son stillborn, 30 Apr. 1771. See Wyman's Charlestown, p. 7. 7. Thomas, s. of Joseph (3), adm. Pet. ch. 30 Mar. 1777 [m. Martha Stone 28 May, 1780]. She was adm. Pct. ch. 22 Oct. 1780. Had in Menotomy, Thomas, bap. 8 July, 1781; a son stillborn 2 Mar. 1783; Lydia,Sept. 1741; Nathaniel, b. 22, bap. 25 Sept. 1743; James—s. of Thomas, Jr., now of Woburn—bap. here 27 Sept. 1745; A Sermon by Rev. Samuel Cooke, on May 6, 1771, delivered on occasion of ye sudden death of James Robbins—drowned at Medford, April 30, 1771, No. 1282—Text, Mark 13: 35, 36, contains the following:— We have a loud call in the sudden death of one the last week, whose parents are with us, and with whom we heartily sympathize. One brought up with us from his youth—one who lo