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's should Carefully avoid giving Offence in any Thing.— Inculcated in a Sermon Preached at Cambridge, September 12, 1739, when the Reverend Mr. Samuel Cooke was ordained Pastor of a Church of Christ newly gathered in that Part of the Town called Menotomy.—By Ebenezer Turell, A. M., Pastor of the Church in Medford.—1 Tim. III. 2. A Bishop must be blameless. 1 Cor. x. 32. Give no offence, neither to the Jews, nor to the Gentiles, nor to the Church of God.—Boston: Printed by J. Draper, for J. Edwards in Cornhill. Mdccxl. Text, 2 Cor. VI. 3. Pp. 29. 1740 Among some remarks found in Rev. Samuel Cooke's diary is the following: 1740, Jan. 27. Preached twice—Heb. 11:6=vespere—conversed with Mr. Ammi R. Cutter. This was the noted Ammi R. Cutter, youngest brother of Dea. John Cutter, baptized at Cambridge, May 6, 1705, a graduate of Harvard College 1725, first settled minister of North Yarmouth (in Maine) 1730 to 1735, afterward a physician and keeper of a trading-house for