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rgotten by us; and we trust they are now happy, where wars forever cease. note.—Heath's Memoirs contain many references to the several events named in this sermon. Warren—was the general officer killed at Bunker Hill.—See Frothingham's Siege of Boston, 151, &c. Gardner—was Colonel Thomas Gardner, of Cambridge (of the Parish now Brighton), mortally wounded at Bunker Hill, June 17, died July 3, 1775.—See Paige's Cambridge, 418-21, 557, &c. Francis—was Colonel Ebenezer Francis, killed at Hubbardton, July 7, 1777; a native of Medford, and well known to Mr. Cooke's parishioners; for sketch, see Brooks's Hist. Medford, 194-6. Scammel—was mortally wounded and taken before Yorktown, and died Oct. 6, 1781. Lee, Memoirs of the War, says, This was the severest blow experienced by the allied army throughout the siege; not an officer in our army surpassed in personal worth and professional ability this experienced soldier. Scammel was a native of Massachusetts. This sermon, under