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rity among all undergraduates. Six pounds were raised this year for the necessary expenses of the Precinct. 1742 The remarks found in the Rev. Mr. Cooke's diary are continued: 1742, Jan. 3.—P. M., went to Boston, visited Mr. Allen, Phillips, Eliot, Hurd—cui pecun. red. £ 14; returned by the way of Cambridge; called on Mr. Emerson, Mayhew, Gay, Wheelwright. The sea between Boston and Charlestown was as firm for passage as the solid ground. Jan. 4.—Heard Mr. Will. Fessenden twiman. Ps. v. 6. Thus saith the Lord, Let it suffice you, O Princes of Israel, remove violence and spoil, and execute judgment and justice; take away your exactions from my people, saith the Lord God. Ezek. XLV. 9.—Boston: Printed by Draper and Phillips, for Thomas Leverett and Nicholas Bowes, in Cornhill. M. Dcc.LXXVII. Text, Exodus XVII. 14, 15, 16. Pp. 81. The occasion of this anniversary * * * * is for a memorial of the tragical commencement of the present unjust and unnatural war: a
uggist of Boston, where his old apothecary shop is lately renewed by William Read as a gun store (Shurtleff, Top. & Hist. Desc. Boston, 404); he m. first, Mary Anna Phillips (see Bond's Wat. 880), who d. 20 Apr. 1791, being m. by the Rev. Samuel Cooper, Boston, 21 Nov. 1771. His father Belcher Noyes [H. U. 1727], d. 21 Nov. 178ossible reference.) Phelps, Hannah, m. John Adams, 6 July, 1786, Camb. Philbrick, Newell, of Charlestown, and Mary Philbrick, of Boston, m. 7 Nov. 1835. Phillips, John, of Camb., m. Lydia Kemp, of Westford, 18 May, 1764. John, o. c. Pct. ch. 9 July, 1769. Had John, b. 25 June, bap. 9 July, 1769; Aaron, b. 14, bap. 16 Jd Samuel, bap. 21 Jan. 1798; John, bap. 6 Apr. 1800; a child, d. 20 July, 1800, a. 5 weeks; an infant, d. 29 Mar. 1801, a. 1 day; Lydia, bap. 17 May, 1802, m. Mason Phillips, 29 Jan. 1826; Maria, bap. 30 Sept. 1804; Aaron, bap. 12 Apr. 1807. Samuel the father d. 8 Oct. 1808, a 34. Mrs. Lydia, prob. his wid., m. Joseph Skinner,
, 154, 172 Peirce and Pierce, 58,73, 90, 91, 108, 112, 118, 140, 165, 167, 169-72, 177,190, 197, 208, 214, 232-34, 253, 263, 266-69, 271, 273, 274, 280-85, 287, 295, 296, 303, 307, 311, 315,345 Pelham, 9, 12, 19 Penn, 165 Penny, 282 Percy (see Lord Percy) Perkins, 216, 236, 247, 282 Perry, 17, 28, 37, 58, 83, 96, 111, 112-15, 137, 138, 140, 169-71, 185, 187, 198, 205, 234,246, 258, 269, 270, 272, 273, 276, 282, 283, 298, 316 Phelps, 187, 283, 321 Philbrick, 283 Phillips, 32, 84, 266, 279, 283, 320, 329 Phips, 2 Phipps, 60 Pierce, see Peirce. Pierpont, 283, 331 Pilkington, 283 Pinkerton, 283 Piper, 94, 96, 167, 168, 283, 327 Pitcairne, 52 Pitts, 239, 281, 283 Plympton, 283 Poland, 160, 171, 283, 285 Pollard, 166, 178, 308, 351 Polly, 72, 96, 221, 283, 284, 305 Pomroy, 257, 284 Pool and Poole, 165, 211, 272, 284 Poor, 273 Porter, 31, 32, 80, 90, 91, 207, 223, 252, 273, 284, 344 Potamea, 58 Potter, 54,