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e of execution, are unknown to me. One horrible example, however, was recorded by Professor Winthrop, in his interleaved Almanac, under date of Sept. 18, 1755: A terrible spectacle in Cambridge: two negroes belonging to Capt. Codman of Charlestown, executed for petit treason, for murdering their said master by poison. They were drawn upon a sled to the place of execution; and Mark, a fellow about 30, was hanged; and Phillis, an old creature, was burnt to death. The Boston Evening Post, of Sept. 22, states more particularly, that the fellow was hanged, and the woman burned at a stake about ten yards distant from the gallows. They both confessed themselves guilty of the crime for which they suffered, acknowledged the justice of their sentence, and died very penitent. After execution, the body of Mark was brought down to Charlestown Common, and hanged in chains on a gibbet erected there for that purpose. Dr. Increase Mather, in his diary, printed in the first volume of the Proceeding
733, d. young; Nathan, b. 30 May 1735; Lydia, b. 7 Mar. 1737-8, prob. d. young; Lucy, b. 15 May 1741, m. James Munroe 18 Aug. 1763; William, bap. 30 Sept. 1744, rem. to New Salem, and afterwards to Tewksbury; Rebecca, bap. 17 May 1747, m. Abiel Murdock of Roxbury 4 Oct. 1770, and is said to have rem. to Hubbardston. Jacob the f. resided on North Avenue, near the easterly end of Spruce Street. He d. about 1757, and his son Jacob administered 9 Jan. 1758; his w. Lydia d. 10 Sept. (Ch. Rec., 22 Sept.) 1790, a. 85. 9. Isaac, s. of Isaac (4), m. Elizabeth, dau. of Deac. Samuel Whittemore, 3 Ap. 1740; she d. and he m. Rebecca Tufts 20 May 1761. His children were Anna, b. 22 Dec. 1741, d. 24 Oct. 1743; Margaret, b. 9 May 1745, m. Nathan Watson 19 Aug. 1772; Isaac, b. 12 May 1747, d. young; Isaac, bap. 30 Oct. 1748, a saddler, m. Ruth Locke 26 Sept. 1771, res. in Medf. as early as 1771, and was living there in 1794; Samuel, bap. 21 July 1751, said to have died in Gloucester at an early
733, d. young; Nathan, b. 30 May 1735; Lydia, b. 7 Mar. 1737-8, prob. d. young; Lucy, b. 15 May 1741, m. James Munroe 18 Aug. 1763; William, bap. 30 Sept. 1744, rem. to New Salem, and afterwards to Tewksbury; Rebecca, bap. 17 May 1747, m. Abiel Murdock of Roxbury 4 Oct. 1770, and is said to have rem. to Hubbardston. Jacob the f. resided on North Avenue, near the easterly end of Spruce Street. He d. about 1757, and his son Jacob administered 9 Jan. 1758; his w. Lydia d. 10 Sept. (Ch. Rec., 22 Sept.) 1790, a. 85. 9. Isaac, s. of Isaac (4), m. Elizabeth, dau. of Deac. Samuel Whittemore, 3 Ap. 1740; she d. and he m. Rebecca Tufts 20 May 1761. His children were Anna, b. 22 Dec. 1741, d. 24 Oct. 1743; Margaret, b. 9 May 1745, m. Nathan Watson 19 Aug. 1772; Isaac, b. 12 May 1747, d. young; Isaac, bap. 30 Oct. 1748, a saddler, m. Ruth Locke 26 Sept. 1771, res. in Medf. as early as 1771, and was living there in 1794; Samuel, bap. 21 July 1751, said to have died in Gloucester at an early