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n settling a minister, the town hired Mr. Benjamin Woodbridge, of Charlestown, to preach for six moe with Mr. Joseph Squire for his horse for Mr. Woodbridge, riding from Charleston to Medford every Ssdom, we shall here give a few details. Mr. Woodbridge was the son of Rev. John Woodbridge, of Ans as follows:-- June 5, 1708. To Mr. Benjamin Woodbridge, per Lieut. Stephen Willis. Sir,-- the town, Dec. 6, 1708, voting thus: That Mr. Woodbridge be invited to preach three months on a freir protest against it. This probably ended Mr. Woodbridge's connection with the church as its preachf wisdom and charity. They wished to give Mr. Woodbridge every opportunity of righting himself befos had led them to attain or to cherish. Mr. Woodbridge died in Medford, Jan. 15, 1710, after a ren upon their animosity. Thursday, 19th, Mr. Woodbridge was buried. Mr. Parsons, of Maiden, preacng, not one Boston minister was there. Mr. Woodbridge seems not to have lost his ministerial sta[2 more...]