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leful war was openly and wantonly spilt, publicly observe this day, let not us their fellow-sufferers be unmindful of calling to remembrance what we then saw and felt, and still hope in our Great Deliverer. The restraints he then laid upon the rage of our barbarous enemies causes us to hope that the remainder thereof he will restrain, and ordain peace to us. Amen. In 1779, a committee was chosen to examine the war treasurer's and collector's accounts. See data under 1778. 1780 May 29, 1780, Samuel Whittemore, Jr., was chosen war treasurer In this year the following notice was publicly read in church: Ephraim Frost, Junior, with his Wife, desires to return thanks to Almighty God for his great goodness to her in granting her a safe delivery in childbirth; also desires prayers for perfecting mercies. Isaac. [Isaac, son of Ephraim Frost, Jr., was born Aug. 7, 1780, and baptized Aug. 13, 1780.] On the back of the notice are some of Mr. Cooke's remarks on some public solemnity