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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 18 0 Browse Search
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at the next County Court holden at Charlestown the 19 day of December next, then and there to answer the complaint of Caleb Grant of Watertown. in an action of defamation, for charging of him for stealing of his horse, and for pulling of him by th that sometime in November last, near to Mr. Danforth's house, he saw Major Gookin, with sundry others, among whom was Caleb Grant and some of his brethren, and at a distance I saw Major Gookin hold up his staff over the head of Caleb Grant, and layCaleb Grant, and lay his shoulder, but I saw no blow given, nor heard any further. Major Gookin doth confess this testimony, he being greatly abused. 19. 10. 76. T. D. R. Another witness testified that he heard the objectionable words. The jury rendered this verdict: In the case between Caleb Grant, plaintive, and Major Gookin, defendant, we find for the defendant cost of court. he took a deep interest in the conversion of the Indians, and rendered valuable assistance to Eliot, in his apostolical labors. Un
at the next County Court holden at Charlestown the 19 day of December next, then and there to answer the complaint of Caleb Grant of Watertown. in an action of defamation, for charging of him for stealing of his horse, and for pulling of him by th that sometime in November last, near to Mr. Danforth's house, he saw Major Gookin, with sundry others, among whom was Caleb Grant and some of his brethren, and at a distance I saw Major Gookin hold up his staff over the head of Caleb Grant, and layCaleb Grant, and lay his shoulder, but I saw no blow given, nor heard any further. Major Gookin doth confess this testimony, he being greatly abused. 19. 10. 76. T. D. R. Another witness testified that he heard the objectionable words. The jury rendered this verdict: In the case between Caleb Grant, plaintive, and Major Gookin, defendant, we find for the defendant cost of court. he took a deep interest in the conversion of the Indians, and rendered valuable assistance to Eliot, in his apostolical labors. Un