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an. 1793, a. 38; a dau. b. and d. 17 Oct. 1755—lived one hour—more happy one such than . . . .; a dau. Stillborn—infant of mine, Ah!— 30 Nov. 1756; Rebecca, b. (29), bap. 31 Dec. 1758, adm. to the ch. 30 Oct. 1774, and d. 2 Feb. 1778, a. 19, unm.—Ah! Rebecca, familiar delias-patris spes—after eight months distress from the effects of the small-pox, which she bore with inimitable patience and even surprising calmness. Her father preached a sermon, numbered 1351, on fun. Chariss: R: C [ook]: Feb: 8, 1778—text Prov. 8: 17. I love them that Love me—And those that Seek me early shall find me. The temptations that attend youth in the path of life are many and peculiar. But a merciful God and Father who knows our frame has not left such without every possible motive to pursue their best interest. As this discourse is particularly designed for the instruction of youth, I shall very briefly show, first, whence their danger in early life arises, and then, secondly, point out som