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    Jun 2 1717 }    Eleonar Bointon appeard before the

                church & was admonishd for her Sin of fornication

    Jun 23 1717 } Edward Saunders & his Wife Elizabeth

                 appear’d before ye chh. & were admonished

                 for having been guilty of fornication

    Jun 30. 1717 } Edward Saunders & his Wife appeard before

                 The chh. made their confession, & were restord. –

    July 7 1717 / Eleonr Bointon appeard before ye chh

                made her confession and was restord.

    Octobr 20 1717 / Sarah Wood came before ye chh

                  own’d hers. guilty of ye sin of

          fornication: & was admonished ––––

    Novr 17. 1717 / Sarah Wood made her confession

                  was restored; & owned the covenant

    Novr 26. 1717 / Joseph Jewett brot in a complaint

                  agst his Aunt Elizabeth Todd: the substanc

    of wch was –– that she sd he was an old Rogue, & that

    his Father was so before him ––– ––– on Decembr ye 1st

    being Sabb: day — I stay’d ye chh & Laid sd complaint before

    it — & appointed a chh — meeting — on Tuesday following

    Decembr 3. 1717 } The chh met at my house & sd Sister

                     Todd (having been notify’d to appear, by

    Ensign Stickny & Capt Northend, who were appointed by

    the chh for ye Service) was present. Testimonies were

    brot in, yt made out the whole charge, only ye witnesses

    were not personally present, but sent their Evidences sign’d.

    The first part of the charge she own’d vizt that she

    did say that tho he (sd Jewet) was a young man, yet he

    was an old Rogue & so she repeatedly sd before ye chh

    & wholly justify’d her calling him so & continued very stiff

    and passionate — but oft deny’d that she sd so of his

    Father; of which yet, there were three Testimonies brot

    in: but because the witnesses were not present, she was

    frequently told that ye chh did then wave ye consideration

    of that part of the complaint that Related to his Father