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trust was aroused against them. In the early spring of 1676, there was a feeling of alarm in Cambridge lest the town should be attacked, and timber was gathered for strengthening the fortifications, which had suffered from neglect; but the panic soon subsided, and after that year such dangers were removed to an ever receding frontier. The settlers of New England dreaded heresy far more than they dreaded Indians, and in 1646 a synod of delegates from the colonies of Massachusetts, Plymouth, Connecticut, and New Haven was assembled at Cambridge, in order to define their creed and agree upon a system of church government. The work of the synod was finished in 1648. The Westminster Assembly's creed was adopted, as also a platform of church discipline, known as the Cambridge Platform, upon which all the Congregational churches of New England were able to stand for the next four generations. While the synod was in session the first permanent schoolhouse was built, on the west side