owing year (1640) its first president, the Rev. Henry Dunster assumed its charge, coming hither fromly probable that it was.
Returning to President Dunster, we notice that he acquired this dwellin people to whome these prsents shall come, Henry Dunster of Manottimy, within the precincts of Cambt, Mr Edward Collins of Medford Merchant & Henry Dunster of Cambridge Clark, on ye, one pt. & Mr Za parties above sd hereunto st their hands. Henry Dunster for Mr Thomas Broughton, Edward Collins, HHenry Dunster for himself, William Symms for Mr Zechariah Syms, William Symms
It would be intere referees, but one thing is clearly evident—Mr. Dunster drew the bond so closely as to closely limi is known till nineteen years later.
But Mr. Dunster was not allowed rest.
On December 29 of th before the Court of Assistants at Boston.
Mr. Dunster finally removed himself entirely from the Msmaller stream, doubtless much larger in President Dunster's day, shrunk to narrow width, was doubl