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ing into town, in April last past, having been inquired into by direction from the Selectmen, amounts to 5,889:—844 of whom died and were buried in the preceding months, as follows:—May, 1; June, 8; July, 11; Aug., 26; Sept., 101; Oct., 411; Nov., 249; Dec., 31; Jan., 6. The extent of the destruction of life in Cambridge, by this scourge, is not known with exactness; but references to it are found in the New England Courant: Cambridge, Thursday, Nov. 30, 1721. This morning died here William Hutchinson, of Boston, Esq., of the small-pox, in the 38th year of his age. (Dec. 4, 1721.) Last week died one of the Indian hostages (mentioned in our last) of the small-pox at Cambridge. (Jan. 22, 1721-2.) On Friday last, the General Assembly of this Province met at Cambridge, there not being a sufficient number of members to make a House on Wednesday, to which day they were before prorogued. They are adjourned till Tuesday next, when they are to meet a few miles out of town, the small-pox
and properties of his Majesty's subjects here. Hutchinson's Hist. Mass., III. 477, 478. A distinct opi same month, they attacked the house of Lieutenant-governor Hutchinson, who had rendered himself obnoxious by ession and custody of the Lieutenant-governor. Hutchinson's Hist. Mass., III. 124. At a town meeting in Ca, and nothing further passed upon the subject. Hutchinson's Hist. Mass., III. 158-160. On the 16th of chose to resign before the election came on. Hutchinson's Hist. Mass., III. 148. The intention to exclud only, payable upon its importation into America. Hutchinson's Hist. Mass., III. 179. At the same time commisy of his subjects in the province may require. Hutchinson's Hist. Mass., III. 204, 205. The time fixed for that they assisted in the preliminary measures. Hutchinson says, the Committees of Correspondence of the tow I did the like to Governors Pownal, Bernard, and Hutchinson; in doing of which, every soldier will say I did