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ive your gifts but as an homage or tribute due to their transcendency, which is a fault their Clergie are also guilty of, whose living is upon the bounty of their hearers. On Sundays in the afternoon when Sermon is ended the people in the Galleries The Watertown meeting-house opposite the old burying-ground had no galleries at this time. Two years later, in 1665, a committee was raised to see about enlarging the house by the addition of galleries. come down and march two a breast up one Ile and down the other, until they come before the desk, for Pulpit they have none: before the desk is a long pue where the Elders and Deacons fit, one of them with a money-box in his hand, into which the people as they pass put their offering, some a shilling, some two shillings, half a crown, five shillings, according to their ability and good will, an account being kept of what every one contributes. After this they conclude with a Psalm. He continues:—They have store of children, and are