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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register, Chapter 15: ecclesiastical History. (search)
Taylcoat his daughter Elizabeth; unto Goodman Clark his daughter Sarah; his eldest son to Mr. Hookers and Mr. Goodyns dispose; and the youngest child he committed to the mother. The congregation of Harford did give toward satisfying of some here that he did owe money unto 25l. which hath been thus paid out to that end. l.s.d. Imprimis pd to Mr. Hill for Goodman Stanley 30s.1.10.0 Item alsoe pd to Mr. Cullott in full of his det 17l. I say per me John Cullock.17.00.0 Item alsoe pd Mr. Robert Payne of Ipswich for Goodman [ ]3.10.0 Item more a month's diet of the 4 children is owing me for On a fly-leaf of the same volume, we find the disposition of a benefaction:— Item, Mr. Harlakingdon gave the Church a legacye of 20l. In the will of Roger Harlakenden, 1638, is this bequest: I give to Mr. Shepard our pastor forty pounds, and to our Elders that wch is in their hands, and to the pore brethren of our congregation twentye pounds to be ordered by Mr. Shepard. , wch wee
The Daily Dispatch: March 12, 1861., [Electronic resource], Condition of the Federal Army in Texas. (search)
The Offices. Washington, March 11 --The Senate, in Executive session to-day, confirmed Robert Payne, District Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio. The President has also sent in the nominations (which were referred) of Lt. Gov. Goodrich, Collector of the port of Boston; Geo. W. McClelland, Secretary of the Massachusetts State Republican Committee, Assistant Postmaster General; Archibald Williams, of Ill., District Judge of Kansas, and Dole, of Ill. , Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
Arrests. --Up to Sunday afternoon the police had arrested the following parties: John Rankin, for drunkenness, and abuse of an officer who requested him to desist from making a noise. --Richard, slave of Ro. Payne, for running from an officer. The party had no pass, and was ordered fifteen lashes.--John B. McClellan was locked up for effecting a forcible entrance into Catherine Thompson's house and breaking up her furniture.--Yesterday morning Michael Lamey was put in the cage for assaulting his wife.