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47 Mr. Cooke in his list of baptisms records: By reason of sore sickness and distress in my family, not being immediately entered, some omissions, here supposed—suppose 10. 1748 In this year Mr. Cooke preached the ordination sermon of Rev. Cotton Brown, at Brookline, which was published, and a copy of which is preserved in the Library of the Massachusetts Historical Society. The title-page is as follows: The solemn Charge given to Ministers, to commit the Truths and Doctrines of the Gospel to faithful and able Men.—Considered in a Sermon Preached at the Ordination of the Reverend Mr. Cotton Brown, in the Pastoral Care of the Church of Christ in Brookline, October 26, 1748.—By Samuel Cooke, A. M., Pastor of the Second Church in Cambridge.—2 Tim. i. 13. Hold fast the Form of sound Words, which thou hast heard of me, in Faith and Love. 1 Tim. VI. 3, 4. If any Man teach otherwise, and consent not to wholesome words, even the words of our Lord Jesus Christ, and to the Doct