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plenty, except grain, which is scarce and dear. Indian corn has been near 20s. per bushel, rie 29; silver at the rate of 29s. per oz. 'Tis now a time of general health. Exiit ut Leo Mensis. Note.—The foregoing, submitted to Mr. J. L. Sibley, Harv. Univ., evolved the following matters of explanation: Rev. D. implies a latinized abbreviation, signifying Rev. Mr.; Rev. D. D.—Rev. Dr. Messrs. Mayhew and Marsh are probably—Joseph Mayhew, Tutor H. U. from 1739 to 1755; Thomas Marsh, Tutor H. Uan Lecture on Natural Religion, Ms. 4to., 1767. The title-page of this production is—1767. Mr. Cooke's Sermon At the annual Dudleian Lecture in Harvard College, Cambridge, May 13, 1767. For an account of the Dudleian Lecture, see Quincy's Hist. Harv. Unit., II. 139-40. The topics are now of very little interest. 1768 Nos. 1140 and 1141 of Mr. Cooke's discourses are minutes of sermons on Heb. 12:25, for Sept. 16, 1768, repeated Aug. 25, 1771, and Jan. 31, 1779. In this year it was
ninety dollars. 1831 Leave was granted by the parish to several persons to erect sheds on the land belonging to the parish, between the Hayscales and the fence of William Whittemore, Esq. 1832 The Universal Society is mentioned in the records. 1834 Voted not to employ any minister or ministers called Universalist, to preach in said Congregationalist Meeting House in West Cambridge. 1835 Mr. Hedge resigns, and request granted March 9. Dr. Hedge was son of Prof. Hedge of Harv. Univ., and graduated at the Theological School, Cambridge, where he has since been a distinguished instructor. March 13, 1835, Rev. David Damon was invited to settle with this parish as their Christian minister, and accepted. The installation services to be on Wednesday, April 15, 1 P. M. 1836 Two new stoves were voted to be purchased by the parish and the old ones disposed of. 1837 Records close in the old book, which had been used over one hundred years. We here turn our
of the Wid. Ann, aet. 27, bap. here, 25 July, 1742. See Wyman, 263, 264. 6. Ammi Ruhamah, brother of John (3), grad. Harv. Coll. 1725, and as Sir Cutter was adm. Camb. ch. 26 Nov. 1727, was ordained minister of North Yarmouth (now Yarmouth, Me825, a. 6 mos.; and Benjamin L., Mary Ann E., Ephraim, Mary W., and William R., at Woburn. Benjamin the father grad. at Harv. Univ. in 1824, and M. D. 1827 and 1857. He practised his profession nearly forty years at Woburn, where he d. 9 Mar. 186. Converse Francis was father of Converse, D. D., b. 9 Nov. 1795, Menotomy, H. U. 1815, minister at Watertown and professor Harv. Univ., d. 7 Apr. 1863; also of Mrs. Lydia Maria Child, b. Medford 11 Feb. 1802, the celebrated author. —See Wyman, nm., a. 21; William, styled 4th, d. 26 May, 1812, a. 21, unm.; Caroline, d. unm. 22 Oct. 1812,a. 19; James Madison [M. D. Harv. 1822]—left college in sophomore year from ill-health; Thomas Jefferson [b. Menotomy, 30 Oct. 1797, removed elsewhere]; M