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ed to Dr. Gould to come to him in the pulpit. He said to the physician that before he had finished the exercises of the occasion he had felt a numbness creeping over his limbs, accompanied with violent pain in his head, adding with perfect composure that he supposed it to be an attack of paralysis. The day before his death the corporation of Harvard University conferred upon him the degree of Doctor of Divinity. Notices of the Rev. David Damon appeared in the Monthly Miscellany for August, 1843, and the Christian World and Christian Register. From one by Rev Caleb Stetson, of Medford, we select the following:— He has left behind him the memory and the effects of his deeds. He was a good man, an able preacher, and a faithful, sympathizing, kind-hearted pastor. Under great difficulties and privations he obtained a liberal education, to qualify him for the ministry of the Gospel. His preaching — not unadorned by a poetic imagination — was strongly marked by the quaint si<