etter of resignation was accepted, to take effect Feb. 1, 1861.
Nov. 1, 1861, the Rev. Benjamin H. Davis was engaged to supply the pulpit until October, 1862.
At this time he was engaged as pastor, and labored here with success until March, 1867.
His earnest and logical treatment of his subjects in the pulpit was fully appreciated by his hearers, and without doubt produced good and lasting effects.
He always spoke without manuscript.
For two years our pulpit was supplied by the Rev. T. J. Greenwood and Rev. Eben Francis.
In March, 1869, Rev. R. P. Ambler was engaged, and remained until December, 1873, a faithful, conscientious pastor.
May, 1874, Rev. J. T. Farnsworth became our pastor and resigned in June, 1875. The Rev. T. J. Sawyer, with other clergymen, supplied the pulpit until May, 1876.
The Rev. Mr. Haskell was the next pastor engaged, and remained here nearly two years. At the conclusion of his services the Rev. D. L. R. Libby was installed as pastor and resign