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n supporting these our brethren in arms, while often suffering with hunger and nakedness, and to appearance in want of all things. Zzz. The only likeness now in existence of the Rev, Mr. Cooke is here presented. In 1778 Mr. Cooke wrote the following autobiography in a small pocket diary last belonging to his grandchild, the late Miss Anna Bradshaw. Cambridge, Second Precinct, April 8th, 1778. Samuel Cooke, born in Hadley, January 11th, 1709, was the son of Mr. Samuel and Mrs. Anne Cooke; the grandson on his father's side to Aaron Cooke, Esq., and Sarah Cooke; and the great-grandson of Major Cooke, of Northampton, and of William and Sarah Westwood, of Hadley, who came from Old England. These arrived with their families at Cambridge, N. E., in 1634 or 1635, and removing with others settled at Hartford. About the year 1650, they with others removed up Connecticut river, and began new settlements—Major Cooke at Northampton, and Mr. Westwood at Hadley. Sylvester Judd,