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ttempt having again been made in the latter part of 1737 to ask the advice of the neighboring clergy with respect to settling a minister, on Feb. 21, 1737-8, Mr. Daniel Rogers was chosen minister. The result was unsuccessful. Rev. Daniel Rogers, of Littleton (H. U. 1725), is named in the Proprietors' Records of Cambridge, in 17Rev. Daniel Rogers, of Littleton (H. U. 1725), is named in the Proprietors' Records of Cambridge, in 1767. Hence early in the following year, Wednesday, Mar. 21, 1738-9, was set apart for a day of fast, and Rev. Messrs. Hancock, Appleton, Storer and Turell were again desired to assist with counsel, advice, &c. Mr. Thomas Prentice was therefore chosen minister (April 23, 1739) by unanimous vote, and his answer desired with conveoud, knowing nothing, but doting about Questions, and strifes of Words, whereof cometh Strife, evil Surmisings, perverse Disputings, &c.—Boston, N. E.: Printed by Rogers and Fowle in Queen-street, 1748. Text 2 Tim. II. 2. Pp. 31. 1749 The number of deaths recorded in the Second Precinct of Cambridge for this year was 26—th
amb. Second Prect., records that on the evening of Sunday, 27 Jan. 1740, he conversed with Mr. Ammi R. Cutter—then probably on a visit to Menotomy, his birth-place. Ammi Ruhamah Cutter [H. U. 1752], his son, of Portsmouth, N. H., was surgeon of Rogers's Rangers in the French War, and Physician-General of the Eastern Department in the Revolutionary War. See Wyman's Chas., 266. 20 7. CAeSAR, servant of John (3), hanged himself, 26 June, 1743, a. 30 yrs. 8. Gershom, s. of Gershom (1), who , of Lexington, m. Ann Hall of W. Camb., 11 Jan. 1818. William T., m. Isabella McLennan of W. Camb., 6 June, 1836. Rock, Morrice, of Pennsylvania, m. Mary Finney of Camb., 23 Nov. 1775—fee 3s. [Perhaps a soldier in the Revolutionary Army.] Rogers, Seth, of the Army—d. 13 June, 1776, a. 24. Rouse, William, of Boston, o. c. here 4 June, 1775. William, of Boston, had Lydia, b. 23 May, bap. 4 June, 1775. Russell, William, was adm. Pct. ch. at organization, 9 Sept. 1739. He was son of<
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Court of Conciliation. --The following cases occupied the attention of this Court yesterday: Henry C. Ashby against Norris Montgomery. Judgment for plaintiff in the sum of seventy dollars with interest and costs. George J. Scammel against Thomas J. Villard. Judgment for plaintiff in the sum of forty-two dollars and eighty-eight cents, with interest and costs. John E. Johnson against D. D. Mott. Judgment for plaintiff in the sum of thirty-three dollars, with interests and costs. John Enders against Miles Johnson. The Court ordered that defendant deliver up to plaintiff the immediate possession of the premises on Main, between Twenty-second and Twenty-third streets, now occupied by him. Peter W. Grubbs (trustee) against Daniel Rogers. The Court ordered that defendant deliver up to plaintiff possession of the premises situated on Jackson street, in the city of Richmond, on the 26th day of February, 1866.