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y to purchase a burying-cloth for the Precinct. The following is the title of a printed discourse by Mr. Cooke in this year, preserved in the Library of the Massachusetts Historical Society: A Sermon Preached at the Ordination of the Reverend Mr. Nathanael Robbins, to the Pastoral Care of the Church of Christ in Milton, February 13th, 1750, 1—By Samuel Cooke, A. M., Pastor of the Second Church in Cambridge.—Matth. XXVIII. 20. Teaching them to observe all Things, whatsover I have commanded ygo with his father, but the father would not consent; he went, however, with him to Springfield, and returned home. The company that enlisted under Capt. Adams were from a number of towns, and all that went from Menotomy returned, except Thomas Robbins, who had died in a fit. The centenarian recollects hearing the sermon, and when it was read to him in 1848 it was fresh in his memory. The Cambridge men on the muster roll of this company of foot engaged in the army for the reduction of Cana