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parish, by the Baptists, and it passed in the affirmative. Nov. 14, 1785. Vote to know the minds of the inhabitants, whether they will pay back again to Gershom Cutter, Stephen Cutter and Charles Cutter, the money which they paid to Seth Stone, collector of taxes in this Precinct, in the month of January last; and the vote was in the negative. Vote to choose a committee of two persons to defend the parish in any lawsuit with the Baptists, if they bring any against it. 1786 On April 26, 1786, the inhabitants made choice of Mr. Jonathan Burr for their minister. Mr. Burr was a graduate of Harvard College in 1784, and married Sarah, daughter of the late Rev. Samuel Cooke, on July 19, 1787. On Aug. 21, 1786, this vote was reconsidered, and Mr. Joshua Paine was chosen for their minister, with a second unsuccessful result. Mr. Paine, H. U. 1784, became minister of Charlestown, ordained 1787, and died 1788. Mr. Burr was Tutor H. U. 1786-1787, and ordained 1787 minister at Sandw