Samson Occom, journal, 1774 December 19 to 1775 February 9

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[note (type: abstract): Occom's journal describes his travels as an itinerant preacher during the period from December 19, 1774, to February 9, 1775.][note (type: handwriting): Occom's hand is small but consistently clear and legible. As is common with Occom, there are several uncrossed t's and crossed l's; these have been corrected by the transcriber.][note (type: paper): Several small sheets folded into a booklet and bound with thread or twine are in good-to-fair condition, with light-to-moderate staining and wear. One recto/verso is heavily damaged, which results in a significant loss of text.][note (type: ink): Brown ink varies in intensity throughout.][note (type: noteworthy): Although the missing text on one recto/verso makes it difficult to tell for certain, the "Indian Town" mentioned on one recto is likely Farmington[place0074.ocp]. On four recto, it is uncertain to where Occom refers when he mentions the "Indian Place." Illegible person and place names have not been tagged. An editor, likely 19th-century, has overwritten several letters, words and phrases, as well as punctuation. These edits have not been transcribed.]
[gap: tear]  [gap: tear] River  [gap: tear]Some Time: I [reachd | reached]reachdreached  [gap: tear] [illegible]  [gap: tear] kept Sabbath at this  [gap: faded] [Preachd | Preached]PreachdPreached at m[gap: faded]  [gap: faded] to a tronged A[gap: faded]  [gap: faded] very [gap: faded][guess (h-dawnd): [pleaſent | pleasant]pleaſentpleasant][pleaſent | pleasant]pleaſentpleasant Day

Monday [Decr | December]DecrDecember 19[1774-12-19]:

left the place  about 10 [gap: faded] and [illegible] my way, and  it was a Dreadful Storm of  Rain and [illegible] in it all  [gap: faded] Farmingtown[place0074.ocp] got  [gap: faded] before Sun Set  [gap: faded] very wet Lodged at E[gap: faded]h[gap: faded]

[Dec.r | December]Dec.rDecember 20[1774-12-20]

[gap: faded] at the Place  [gap: faded]  [gap: tear] 
hig[gap: tear]od [gap: tear]  a g[gap: tear]

[Wedneſday | Wednesday]WedneſdayWednesday [Decr | December]DecrDecember 21[1774-12-21]:

[gap: tear]  Indian Town about [gap: tear] the  morning, and it w[gap: tear] Cold;  towards Night [Stopt | stopped]Stoptstopped a[gap: tear][guess (h-dawnd): t]t one [Mr | Mr.]MrMr.  Wiard[pers0870.ocp]'s and the People were urg^[above] ent^ent  to have me Stay [till | 'til]till'til next Day and  give them a [Diſcourſe | Discourse]DiſcourſeDiscourse and I [Com plyd | complied]Com plydcomplied; that Night it [Snowd | snowed]Snowdsnowed very  hard, all Night— —

[Thirdſday | Thursday]ThirdſdayThursday [Decr | December]DecrDecember 22[1774-12-22]

it [Snowd | snowed]Snowdsnowed  Still Yet a great Number of People  Came together at the [apointed | appointed]apointedappointed Time  after meeting went home with one  [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. [Weſt | West]WeſtWest[pers0569.ocp]. Seven Day [Baptiſt | Baptist]BaptiſtBaptist[org0124.ocp] Preacher.  a godly man I believe a very  meek and humble man and  well reported by his Neighbours,  his wife[pers1777.ocp] is a Moravian woman  by [Profeſsion | Profession]ProfeſsionProfession a Pious woman by  [gap: tear] with 
them, this Night

[Fryday | Friday]FrydayFriday [Dec[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): r]r | December]Dec[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): r]rDecember 23[1774-12-23]

was with  [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. [weſt | West]weſtWest[pers0569.ocp] all Day Lodged with  them again —

Saturday [Decemr | December]DecemrDecember 24[1774-12-24]:

as this is  their Sabbath So the People got  together for meeting at their [Uſu al | Usu al]Uſu alUsu al Hour and I [preachd | preached]preachdpreached to them  as Soon as I had done [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. green[pers0631.ocp]  [preachd | preached]preachdpreached, a Short [Diſcourſe | Discourse]DiſcourſeDiscourse, and  after meeting, I went back to [Mr | Mr.]MrMr.  Wiard[pers0870.ocp]s and [Lodgd | lodged]Lodgdlodged there—

Monday^[above] Sabbath^Sabbath [Decem | December]DecemDecember 25[1774-12-25]:

People got  together about 11: a great [Numbr | number]Numbrnumber  and I [preachd | preached]preachdpreached to them twice in  the evening went to [M.r | Mr.]M.rMr. Mecham[pers0857.ocp]s  my good old Friend, he Came from  [Weſterly | Westerly]WeſterlyWesterly[place0619.ocp] and [Lodgd | lodged]Lodgdlodged there I was  very Poorly this Night I was Trou bled with a [Diſorder | disorder]Diſorderdisorder in my Bow els very much — —

Monday [Decem | December]DecemDecember 26[1774-12-26]:

was very Com fortable this morning my [Diſorder | disorder]Diſorderdisorder  was gone, about 10 went to [Hering^[above] ‐ton^‐ton | Herington]Hering^[above] ‐ton^‐tonHerington[place0339.ocp]  Meeting [Houſe | House]HouſeHouse [Calld | called]Calldcalled on one [illegible] 
from there went to [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. [Wooddroff | Woodroff]WooddroffWoodroff[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): 's]'s[pers0873.ocp],  and there put up my [Horſe | horse]Horſehorse at  and went to meeting Preached to  a large [aſsemble | assembly]aſsembleassembly, and the People  attended with great Solemnity —  in the evening went to See [Mr | Mr.]MrMr.  Batholomew[pers0830.ocp] the old [miniſter | minister]miniſterminister of the  Place he has [layd | laid]laydlaid down Preaching  by [reaſon | reason]reaſonreason of Infirmities, he Seem ed to be a good [ſort | sort]ſortsort of a man— [Lodgd | lodged]Lodgdlodged  with [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. [Wooddroff | Woodroff]WooddroffWoodroff[pers0873.ocp]

[Tueſday | Tuesday]TueſdayTuesday [Decer | December]DecerDecember 27[1774-12-27]

after Breakfast wen^[above] t^t  on my Journey, [Stopt | stopped]Stoptstopped at [Letchfield | Litchfield]LetchfieldLitchfield[place0127.ocp] a  few minutes [Juſt | just]Juſtjust to eat at a Tavern  and then [Sot | set]Sotset off again, and directed  my [Courſe | course]Courſecourse towards New Milford[place0348.ocp]; [reachd | reached]reachdreached  the Place [Juſt | just]Juſtjust before night. [Calld | called]Calldcalled on  one [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. [Balwin | Baldwin]BalwinBaldwin[pers1761.ocp] and Tarried there  all night, and appointed a meeting  10 [o:c | o'clock]o:co'clock for the next Day, this Night  we had a Terrible Storm of Snow —

[Wedneſday | Wednesday]WedneſdayWednesday [Decemr | December]DecemrDecember 28[1774-12-28]:

Storm Conti nued very Hard Yet we went to meet ing and there was a [Conſiderable | Considerable]ConſiderableConsiderable Num ber of People, went to [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. [Tallor | Taylor]TallorTaylor[pers0703.ocp]s the  [miniſter | minister]miniſterminister of the Place and was very 
kindly and tenderly [entertaind | entertained]entertaindentertained

[Thirdsday | Thursday]ThirdsdayThursday [Decr 29 | December]Decr 29December[1774-12-29]:

went with  [M.r | Mr.]M.rMr. [Tallor | Taylor]TallorTaylor[pers0703.ocp] to attend upon a Lecture  which [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. [Ta^[above] [illegible][guess (h-dawnd): y]y^[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): y]yllor | Taylor]Ta^[above] [illegible][guess (h-dawnd): y]y^[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): y]yllorTaylor[pers0703.ocp] had appointed Some  Days before [a bout | about]a boutabout 7 miles South from  the Town, I [preachd | preached]preachdpreached, and there  was a Number of People got toge‐ ther, [Conſidering | considering]Conſideringconsidering the Deep Snow; after  Service, the people were very urgen[gap: faded][guess (h-dawnd): t]t  to have another meeting in the even ing, and I [Conſented | consented]Conſentedconsented, and So [preachd | preached]preachdpreached  again; and we had very Solemn  meeting, the people in general  were greatly affected — after mee^[above] t^t  [illegible][guess (h-dawnd): ing]ing went home with one [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Hitchcoc^[above] k^k[pers0849.ocp]  and [Lodgd | lodged]Lodgdlodged there, I believe the man  and his wife[pers1778.ocp] were true [Chriſtians | Christians]ChriſtiansChristians,  [Sot | sat]Sotsat up [till | 'til]till'til late and then went to  Bed qui^[above] e^etly [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. [Ta^[above] [illegible][guess (h-dawnd): y]y^[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): y]yllor | Taylor]Ta^[above] [illegible][guess (h-dawnd): y]y^[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): y]yllorTaylor[pers0703.ocp] went home  this evening and I [deſird | desired]deſirddesired ^[above] him^him to Send  word to New [Preſton | Preston]PreſtonPreston[place0349.ocp], that I [woud | would]woudwould  be there on the next Day and give  them a Short [Diſcourſe | discourse]Diſcourſediscourse towards  evening,

[Fryday | Friday]FrydayFriday Janr ^[above] [Decr | December]DecrDecember^[Decr | December]DecrDecember 29[1774-12-29]:

after Breakfast  [returnd | returned]returndreturned to [N. | New]N.New Milford[place0348.ocp] got about 12  and found [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Tayl[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): a]ar[pers0703.ocp] had not Sent  word to [N | New]NNew [Preſton | Preston]PreſtonPreston[place0349.ocp], and I [Past | passed]Pastpassed by  as Soon as [Coud | could]Coudcould, one Deacon Hoge kins[pers0850.ocp] [accompanyd | accompanied]accompanydaccompanied me, and we got  there a little before [Sun Set | sunset]Sun Setsunset, and  they gave notice to the People, and  begun our Meeting in the evening  and there was a great Number of  People, and they attended well,  as Soon as the meeting was done we  went back again to New Milford[place0348.ocp]  This Night Lodged with one [Mr | Mr.]MrMr.  Camble[pers0832.ocp] a [Seperate | Separate]SeperateSeparate [Miniſter | Minister]MiniſterMinister and  a very man I believe, — — —

Saturday [Decr | December]DecrDecember 31[1774-12-31]

had a meeting  at one Deacon [Balwin | Baldwin]BalwinBaldwin[pers1761.ocp]s, among  the [Seperates | Separates]SeperatesSeparates[org0136.ocp], had a Comfortable  meeting, after meeting went into  Town, [Lodgd | lodged]Lodgdlodged at Mr Taylor[pers0703.ocp], —

[Sabb | Sabbath]SabbSabbath [Decemr | December]DecemrDecember ^[above] [Janr | January]JanrJanuary^[Janr | January]JanrJanuary 31[1775-01-01]

Preach at the  Place all Day to amazing Num ber of People —
[Lodgd | lodged]Lodgdlodged at [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. [Hynds | Hinds]HyndsHinds[pers0848.ocp] [whoſe | whose]whoſewhose wife[pers1779.ocp]  is a very good woman, was very  kindly [entertaind | entertained]entertaindentertained, this evening  two young women Came to me  under great Concern of Soul and  I gave them a word of advice  and [Coun[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): c]cel | counsel]Coun[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): c]celcounsel

Monday [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 2[1775-01-02]

left New Milford[place0348.ocp]  early in the morning and went  on to New fairfield[place0347.ocp] got there about  10 [o:c | o'clock]o:co'clock Call in at [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Sill[pers0863.ocp]s the  [Miniſter | Minister]MiniſterMinister of the Place a few [minue^[above] tes^tes | minutes]minue^[above] tes^tesminutes  and then went to meeting, [preachd | preached]preachdpreached  to a large Number of People, after  meeting went to [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Sill[pers0863.ocp]s and [Dind | dined]Dinddined  and Soon after Dinner left the  Place and went on towards  Kint[place0342.ocp] [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Sill[pers0863.ocp] went with me, went  [thro | through]throthrough Pe[illegible]ſ[illegible]ttokook, [Stopt | stopped]Stoptstopped a few  Minutes at the Indian Place  but there was no Indians at home  [Scarſely | scarcely]Scarſelyscarcely, and So we [paſt | passed]paſtpassed on, got  to [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Bodwell[pers0831.ocp] about 7 in the [eveng | evening]evengevening  and they Sent word all round that  Night to have a meeting next 
Day about 10 in the morning

[Tueſday | Tuesday]TueſdayTuesday [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 3[1775-01-03]:

went to [meetg | meeting]meetgmeeting  about 10 and had a great  Number of People to Preach to  and the People attended with  great Solemnity and affecti on, after meeting went to [Mr | Mr.]MrMr.  Bodwell[pers0831.ocp]s and [Din'd | dined]Din'ddined there, and  Soon after Dinner went on my  towards 9 Partners[place0351.ocp] and got to  [Esqr | Esq.]EsqrEsq. Hopkins[pers1753.ocp]s about 7 in the  evening and [Lodgd | lodged]Lodgdlodged there —

[Wedneſday | Wednesday]WedneſdayWednesday Jan.r 4[1775-01-04]:

[preachd | preached]preachdpreached  at the red meeting [Houſe | House]HouſeHouse, —

[Thirdsday | Thursday]ThirdsdayThursday [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 5[1775-01-05]:

[preachd | preached]preachdpreached  at a [priv[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): a]att | private]priv[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): a]attprivate [Houſe | House]HouſeHouse, in the  Place — —

[Fryday | Friday]FrydayFriday [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 6[1775-01-06]:

went to [Mr | Mr.]MrMr.  Knibloe[pers0854.ocp]s in [Esqr | Esq.]EsqrEsq. Hopkins[pers1753.ocp]s  [Slay | sleigh]Slaysleigh, got there before noon  about 1 went to meeting 
and it was [extre[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): am]am | extreme]extre[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): am]amextreme Cold, I  [deliverd | delivered]deliverddelivered a Short [Diſcourſe | discourse]Diſcourſediscourse,  after meeting went to [mr | Mr.]mrMr.  Plat[pers0861.ocp]'s and [Dind | dined]Dinddined there, and  than went on our way Home  to [Esqr | Esq.]EsqrEsq. Hopkins[pers1753.ocp], got there  [Juſt | just]Juſtjust after [Sun Set | sunset]Sun Setsunset — — —

Saturday [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 7[1775-01-07]:

was at  [Esqr | Esq.]EsqrEsq. Hopkins[pers1753.ocp] all Day —

[Sabb | Sabbath]SabbSabbath [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 8[1775-01-08]:

[preachd | preached]preachdpreached here  all Day, [jut | just]jutjust at night left  the Place and went over  the Mountain to [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Wood[pers0872.ocp]'s  [Weeting | meeting]Weetingmeeting [Houſe | House]HouſeHouse, and [preachd | preached]preachdpreached  there, and it was [extre[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): eam]eam | extreme]extre[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): eam]eamextreme  Cold, went home with [Mr | Mr.]MrMr.  Fowler[pers0842.ocp] in his [Slay | sleigh]Slaysleigh and  [Lodgd | lodged]Lodgdlodged there — — — —

Monday [Jan r | January]Jan rJanuary 9[1775-01-09]:

left [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Fowler[pers0842.ocp]s early  in the morning and went on towards  [Pleaſent | Pleasant]PleaſentPleasant [Vally | Valley]VallyValley[place0355.ocp], Got to [mr | Mr.]mrMr. [Caſe | Case]CaſeCase[pers0833.ocp]'s before  Night, [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. [Caſe | Case]CaſeCase[pers0833.ocp] was not at Home 
in the evening he Came Home  and we had a Joyful meeting he  and his Family were very well,  and his People [Lodgd | lodged]Lodgdlodged there —

[Tueſday | Tuesday]TueſdayTuesday [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 10[1775-01-10]:

towards evening  went to the Hollow and [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. [Caſe | Case]CaſeCase[pers0833.ocp] went  with me I [preachd | preached]preachdpreached at the [Houſe | House]HouſeHouse of one  [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Struit[pers0865.ocp], a Young Dutchman who  is under great Conviction of Soul  we had a great Number of People and  very Solemn meeting we had, — —

[Wedneſday | Wednesday]WedneſdayWednesday [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 11[1775-01-11]:

we went 8: or 9  miles [Northweſt ward | northwestward]Northweſt wardnorthwestward to one [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. [Saml | Samuel]SamlSamuel  Smith[pers0864.ocp]s and [preachd | preached]preachdpreached there in the [eveg | evening]evegevening  to a Crowd of People, and they attended  [e[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): c]ceeding | exceeding]e[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): c]ceedingexceeding well — [Lodgd | lodged]Lodgdlodged in the Same  [Houſe | house]Houſehouse one [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. ward[pers0868.ocp] brought [heither | hither]heitherhither  in his [Slay | sleigh]Slaysleigh from [mr | Mr.]mrMr. [Caſe | Case]CaſeCase[pers0833.ocp]'s —

[Thirdsday | Thursday]ThirdsdayThursday [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 12[1775-01-12]:

went off very  early in the Morning towards States bourough[place0545.ocp] got there about 10 in the  morning put up at [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Struit[pers0865.ocp]s young  [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Struit[pers0865.ocp] brought ^[above] us^us here, [mr | Mr.]mrMr. Ham[pers0846.ocp]  Came with us in the [after noon | afternoon]after noonafternoon about  1 began a meeting, there was not a grea^[above] t^t  Number of People at this time they 
Came by [miſtake | mistake]miſtakemistake the meeting  was appointed at evening, —  in the evening a great Number  Came together, and I gave them  another [Diſcource | discourse]Diſcourcediscourse, the People here  are Chiefly Dutch, and I found  Some excellent [Chriſtians | Christians]ChriſtiansChristians [amongſt | amongst]amongſtamongst  [Lodg'd | lodged]Lodg'dlodged at [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Struit[pers0865.ocp]s [illegible][guess (h-dawnd): T]T

[Fryday | Friday]FrydayFriday [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 13[1775-01-13]:

[Sot | Set]SotSet off very  early in the morning towards  [Pleaſent | Pleasant]PleaſentPleasant Valley[place0355.ocp], for we had  appointed meeting there at 1  [o'c | o'clock]o'co'clock this Day, got there [juſt | just]juſtjust a bout meeting Time, and there  was a great Number of People  I [preachd | preached]preachdpreached, — after meeting I  went with one [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Newcom[pers0859.ocp] a [Bap tiſt | Bap tist]Bap tiſtBap tist[org0124.ocp] Brother, a man of great Riches  was very kindly [entertaind | entertained]entertaindentertained, [Lodgd | lodged]Lodgdlodged  here, with much [Satiſfaction | satisfaction]Satiſfactionsatisfaction

Saturday [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 14[1775-01-14]:

this morning  I made [uſe | use]uſeuse of my Printed Notes or  Christian Cards — [illegible] about 
11 I [walkd | walked]walkdwalked Down to [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. [Caſe | Case]CaſeCase[pers0833.ocp]'s  [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Newcom[pers0859.ocp] went with me,  Spent [illegible] the [reſt | rest]reſtrest of the Day  with [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. [Caſe | Case]CaſeCase[pers0833.ocp], he is quite a  Clever Sort of a man —

[Sab | Sabbath]SabSabbath: [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 15[1775-01-15]:

[preachd | preached]preachdpreached at  the place again to a [vaſt | vast]vaſtvast  Crowd of People, and we had  a very Solemn meeting many  were brought to Floods of Tears  [illegible][illegible] it was  a Sacrament with the People  and I Join the People it was  a Comfortable [Seaſon | Season]SeaſonSeason, — as Soon  as the service was over we  went to a Place [Calld | called]Calldcalled [Oswago | Oswego]OswagoOswego[place0256.ocp]  about 6 miles off, got there  in the [Duſk | dusk]Duſkdusk of the evening  found a prodigious Number  of People, [preachd | preached]preachdpreached to them,  [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. [Caſe | Case]CaſeCase[pers0833.ocp] made the last Prayer  I [Lodgd | lodged]Lodgdlodged with one [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Plat[pers0861.ocp]

: Monday [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 16[1775-01-16]:

went to a nother part of [Oswago | Oswego]OswagoOswego[place0256.ocp] about  7 miles off, to a Baptist meet ing [Houſe | House]HouſeHouse[org0124.ocp], meeting began [abot | about]abotabout  1 in the afternoon, and there  was a great multitude of  People of all Sorts and Deno minations, the greater part  of the People [Cou'd | could]Cou'dcould not get in  to the [Houſe | House]HouſeHouse, and we had a  Solemn meeting — as Soon as  the meeting was done we went to wards [Poughkeepsy | Poughkeepsie]PoughkeepsyPoughkeepsie[place0191.ocp], and had a  meeting in the evening at one  [Capt | Capt.]CaptCapt. Hagman[pers0845.ocp]s and had a pro digious great Number of People  and the People attended with much  affection —

Monday [Tueſday | Tuesday]TueſdayTuesday [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 17[1775-01-17]:

early  in the morning went on to [Pough keepſy | Pough keepsie]Pough keepſyPough keepsie[place0191.ocp] and [Stopt | stopped]Stoptstopped a Little while at  a [publick | public]publickpublic [Houſe | House]HouſeHouse, and So [paſt | passed]paſtpassed by 
and went on towards the Ferry  about four miles Down the River  [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. [Caſe | Case]CaſeCase[pers0833.ocp] and [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Ward[pers0868.ocp] went with  me about a mile out the Town  and there took leave of me each  other in [Friendſhip | friendship]Friendſhipfriendship — and I wen^[above] t^t  to the Ferry, there met with mag  major Durgee[pers0840.ocp] of Norwich[place0174.ocp] in  his return Home from [Suſqueha nah | Susquehan na]Suſqueha nahSusquehan na[place0360.ocp], got over before [Sun Set | sunset]Sun Setsunset [& | and]&and  went Down to [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Debois[pers1496.ocp]'s and  [Lodgd | lodged]Lodgdlodged there Found them all  well except his wife[pers1780.ocp], they were  very glad to See me, and [receivd | received]receivdreceived  with all [kindneſs | kindness]kindneſskindness — —

[Wedneſday | Wednesday]WedneſdayWednesday [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 18[1775-01-18]:

after [Break faſt | break fast]Break faſtbreak fast went Down to New [Windſor | Windsor]WindſorWindsor[place0350.ocp] [Calld | called]Calldcalled  on [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Luml Co[illegible]ling[pers1096.ocp] and [alſo | also]alſoalso one  [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. [Cl[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): ea]eark | Clark]Cl[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): ea]earkClark[pers0129.ocp] my old friends and ac quaintances they were [extree[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): m]mly | extremely]extree[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): m]mlyextremely  glad to See me and [Stopt | stopped]Stoptstopped no more  [till | 'til]till'til I got Butter Hill[place0333.ocp] where one 
[Mr | Mr.]MrMr. [Joſeph | Joseph]JoſephJoseph Wood[pers0871.ocp] Lives he is an old  [Diſciple | disciple]Diſcipledisciple indeed, we had a joy‐ ful meeting, we had not Seen each  other in Ten Years I felt as if  I was in my Fathers [Houſe | house]Houſehouse [S[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): o]ot | Sat]S[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): o]otSat  up [till | 'til]till'til good bed Time and then  took our [Repoſe | repose]Repoſerepose for the Night

[Thirdſday | Thursday]ThirdſdayThursday [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 19[1775-01-19]:

was at [Mr | Mr.]MrMr.  Wood[pers0872.ocp]s [till | 'til]till'til towards Night, then  went to meeting at [mr | Mr.]mrMr. [Cl[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): ea]eark | Clark]Cl[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): ea]earkClark[pers0129.ocp]s  there were So many People they  [Coud | could]Coudcould not all get in, and we  had a Comfortable meeting  after meeting [returnd | returned]returndreturned Home  with [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Wood[pers0872.ocp] again and [S[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): o]ot | sat]S[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): o]otsat  up Some Time after we got Home

[Fryday | Friday]FrydayFriday [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 20[1775-01-20]:

was at  [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Wood[pers0872.ocp]s again [till | 'til]till'til toward Nig^[above] ht^ht  again and went to New [Windſor | Windsor]WindſorWindsor[place0350.ocp]  for Meeting had a meeting in  one of Elders [Houſe | House]HouſeHouse, [returnd | returned]returndreturned  home again with [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Wood[pers0872.ocp]s —

Saturday [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 21[1775-01-21]:

left [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. wood[pers0872.ocp]s  early in the Morning and on  towards Malborough[place0343.ocp]. [Stopt | stopped]Stoptstopped at  New [Windſor | Windsor]WindſorWindsor[place0350.ocp] [Breakfaſted | Breakfasted]BreakfaſtedBreakfasted with  [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. [Cloſe | Close]CloſeClose[pers0835.ocp], after [Breakfaſt | breakfast]Breakfaſtbreakfast wen^[above] t^t  on my way got to Malborough[place0343.ocp]  before Night [Stopt | stopped]Stoptstopped at [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. [Cl[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): ea]ear^[above] k^k | Clark]Cl[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): ea]ear^[above] k^kClark[pers0129.ocp]s  [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. [Caſe | Case]CaſeCase[pers0833.ocp] the general Postmas‐ ter Brought me here in his  [Slay | sleigh]Slaysleigh from [Newborough | Newburgh]NewboroughNewburgh[place0346.ocp] he  is one of my good old Friends  here I ^[above] went^went[Lodgd | lodged]Lodgdlodged and [mr | Mr.]mrMr. [Caſe | Case]CaſeCase[pers0833.ocp] wen^[above] t^t  home, and [Lodgd | lodged]Lodgdlodged with him —

[Sab | Sabbath]SabSabbath [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 22[1775-01-22]:

about 10  went to the meeting [Houſe | House]HouſeHouse and  a Multitude of People Came to  meeting, and we had a Solemn  meeting in the evening went  to [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Debois[pers1496.ocp]s [Houſe | House]HouſeHouse and had  a meeting there and a great  Number of People were toge‐ ther again I Baptized two 
Children we had the power  of god with us many were  brought to floods of Tears —  I [Lodgd | lodged]Lodgdlodged here,

Monday [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 23[1775-01-23]:

in the morning  went back again to [Newborough | Newburgh]NewboroughNewburgh[place0346.ocp]  and [preachd | preached]preachdpreached there in the Church  of England[org0024.ocp] to a great Number of  People as Soon as the meeting was  over I went up to Malborough[place0343.ocp] [& | and]&and  [preachd | preached]preachdpreached in the School [Houſe | House]HouſeHouse to  a Crowded People and they atten ded with affection — after [meetg | meeting]meetgmeeting  —went back to [mr | Mr.]mrMr. [Cl[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): ea]eark | Clark]Cl[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): ea]earkClark[pers0129.ocp]s and  [Lodgd | lodged]Lodgdlodged there — —

[Tueſday | Tuesday]TueſdayTuesday [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 24[1775-01-24]:

went away  early in the morning [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. [Cl[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): ea]eark | Clark]Cl[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): ea]earkClark[pers0129.ocp]  went with me. and [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Dayton[pers0838.ocp]  [alſo | also]alſoalso went to wards Wall Hill[place0361.ocp] got  to [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Tolton[pers0866.ocp]'s about 11 where  we were to have a meeting, a bout 12 [illegible] we begun Meeting [& | and]&and  there was a Multitude of People  I had Some freedom in Speaking 
this Night [Stayd | Mr.]StaydMr. with [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Tolton[pers0866.ocp]

[Wedneſday | Wednesday]WedneſdayWednesday [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 25[1775-01-25]:

Held  a meeting not far from [Mr | Mr. ]MrMr.  Tolton[pers0866.ocp]'s in a Dutch mans [H | house]Hhouse  a great number of People  came together again — —  in the evening had another  meeting not far the Place  where had a meeting in the  Day and I believe the Lord  was with us of a Truth there  was great Trembling in the  Congregation This night  [Lodgd | lodged]Lodgdlodged with one [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Norton[pers0860.ocp]  had a long [Converſation | Conversation]ConverſationConversation with  them, [the | they]thethey were [Baptiſts | Baptists]BaptiſtsBaptists[org0124.ocp]

[Thirdsday | Thursday]ThirdsdayThursday [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 26[1775-01-26]:

in the  morning went away to anothe^[above] r^r  place, about 6 miles off, g  where we had [apointed | appointed]apointedappointed a  meeting at a Dutch mans  [Houſe | house]Houſehouse, we got there about 11 
about 12 went to meeting in  a Barn, the [Peopl | people]Peoplpeople [Crouded | crowded]Croudedcrowded  like Bees and we had a [Solem | solemn]Solemsolemn  meeting, after meeting I went  with a gentleman 2 or 3 miles  [Norward | northward]Norwardnorthward, in the evening a [Numr | number]Numrnumber  of Neighbours Came in to  meeting [tho | though]thothough we did not men‐ tion any meeting, and I gav^[above] e^e  a word of HExhortation  [Lodgd | lodged]Lodgdlodged here — —

[Fryday | Friday]FrydayFriday [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 27[1775-01-27]:

[Sot | Set]SotSet off in  the morning and to Blooming  grove[place0332.ocp], about 20 miles off got  there about 5 in the after  Noon was kindly [entertaind | entertained]entertaindentertained  by one [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Brewster[pers0095.ocp] [Lodgd | lodged]Lodgdlodged  there — —

Saturday [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 28[1775-01-28]:

was at  [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Brewster[pers0095.ocp]s all Day in  the evening one Hoseah[pers0851.ocp] Came  to See me he is a [multoe | mulatto]multoemulatto man 
[Reckend | reckoned]Reckendreckoned a Christian man  we had Some [Converſation | Conversation]ConverſationConversation  together in Prodigious mat ters — —

[Sab | Sabbath]SabSabbath: [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 29[1775-01-29]:

[preachd | preached]preachdpreached at the  Place to a vast [Croud | crowd]Croudcrowd of People  and I had but little [Senſe | sense]Senſesense of  Divine things, ho[illegible]e however,  the People attended with great  attention — — towards Night went  Oxford[place0352.ocp] about 4 miles off there  we had an evening meeting to  a [Crouded | crowded]Croudedcrowded Audience and I had  Some [Senſe | sense]Senſesense of [Divene | Divine]DiveneDivine things [& | and]&and  the People were much affected  I believe Lord was with us of  Truth,— [Lodgd | lodged]Lodgdlodged at Deacon Little[pers0330.ocp]'s

Monday [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 30[1775-01-30]:

in the morning  quite early I [Sot | set]Sotset off for Smiths  Clove[place0357.ocp] Deacon Little[pers0330.ocp] accompanied  me, got the there about 10 a 
bout 12 we began [Div[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): e]e | Divine]Div[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): e]eDivine Service  and there was a great multi tude of People, and I had much free dom in Mind and Speech and many  People were melted into floods of  Tears, as Soon as the Meeting was  done I went Down to [Murtherers | Murderers]MurtherersMurderers  Ch Creek[place0345.ocp] got there before night  went to [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Wood[pers0872.ocp]s found them all  well, in the evening went meet  ing towards the Creek, and had  Some what Solemn meeting, af ter meeting went to the Creek  and [Lodgd | lodged]Lodgdlodged there with one [illegible][guess (h-dawnd): [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. –][Mr | Mr.]MrMr.

[Tueſday | Tuesday]TueſdayTuesday Febru [Janr | January]JanrJanuary 31[1775-01-31]:

 
went off early in the morning  in order to get over the River,  [Stopt | stopped]Stoptstopped a little while with [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. [Cloſe | Close]CloſeClose[pers0835.ocp]  at New [Windſor | Windsor]WindſorWindsor[place0350.ocp] there was no  [paſsing | passing]paſsingpassing there, and So I went to  [Newborough | Newburgh]NewboroughNewburgh[place0346.ocp], [Breakfaſted | Breakfasted]BreakfaſtedBreakfasted at  [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. [gap: omitted] and then went  to the ferry, about 11 went over 
to [Fiſhkill | Fishkill]FiſhkillFishkill[place0338.ocp]s Side, and went one  to the Center of the Place, got to  the [Preſbyterians | Presbyterians]PreſbyteriansPresbyterians[org0133.ocp] Meeting [Houſe | House]HouſeHouse  about 3 in the [after-Noon | afternoon]after-Noonafternoon, the  People [Stopt | stopped]Stoptstopped me to have a [meetng | meeting]meetngmeeting  on the next Day, and I went  to one [gap: omitted] and [Lodgd | lodged]Lodgdlodged  there, and was very kindly  treated and [entertaind | entertained]entertaindentertained, —

[Wedneſday | Wednesday]WedneſdayWednesday: [Febr | February]FebrFebruary 1: 1775[1775-02-01]

about 11 [O:C | o'clock]O:Co'clock went to meeting  and there was a great multi tude of People, and had a Solemn  meeting, As Soon as the meeting  was over, I went on towards the  mountains, [Lodgd | lodged]Lodgdlodged with one [Mr | Mr.]MrMr.  Judge[pers0853.ocp] — and was very kind ly [entertaind | entertained]entertaindentertained and he [Sayd | said]Saydsaid, [yt | that]ytthat  ever I [Shoud | should]Shoudshould Come there again I  [Shoud | should]Shoudshould make his [Houſe | house]Houſehouse my Home

[Thirdsday | Thursday]ThirdsdayThursday: [Febr | February]FebrFebruary 2[1775-02-02]:

went off very  early in the morning, to a Place 
[Calld | called]Calldcalled the Mills[place0344.ocp], there I had a meet ing, begun about 12: [preachd | preached]preachdpreached  in a Barn to a vast great [Concorſ^[above] e^e | concourse]Concorſ^[above] e^econcourse  of People, and the Power of God  was [manifeſt | manifest]manifeſtmanifest [amongſt | amongst]amongſtamongst us, there  was great [trebling | trembling]treblingtrembling among the  People after meeting went with  one [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Lawrence[pers0855.ocp] a [Baptiſt | Baptist]BaptiſtBaptist[org0124.ocp] Minis ter he lives in the mountains, and  I [Lodgd | lodged]Lodgdlodged at his [Houſe | house]Houſehouse, —

[Fryday | Friday]FrydayFriday: [Febr | February]FebrFebruary 3[1775-02-03]:

about 12 went  to meeting, [preachd | preached]preachdpreached to Amazing Num ber of People in the woods, and we ^[above] had^had  very good meeting the Spirit of god  moved upon the people, after meet ing went Home with Mr Lawrence[pers0855.ocp], in  the Evening [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Lawrence[pers0855.ocp] and I went  to [Capt | Capt.]CaptCapt. [Champlin | Champlen]ChamplinChamplen[pers0117.ocp]s, and we had long  and Friendly [Converſation | conversation]Converſationconversation together  in Religious Matters, [Lodgd | lodged]Lodgdlodged here this  Night, and was [extre[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): am]amly | extremely]extre[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): am]amlyextremely [we[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): ell]ell | well]we[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): ell]ellwell [uſ'd | used]uſ'dused  and entertain —

Saturday Morning [Febr | February]FebrFebruary 4[1775-02-04]:

 
left the Place and went over  to Dover[place0336.ocp] [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Miller[pers0858.ocp] went with  me we got to [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Waldo[pers0867.ocp]s about  10: he is a [Baptiſt | Baptist]BaptiſtBaptist[org0124.ocp] [Miniſter | Minister]MiniſterMinister of  the Place, and he [receivd | received]receivdreceived me  with Brotherly [kindneſs | kindness]kindneſskindness and Love  [Lodgd | lodged]Lodgdlodged here —

[Sabb | Sabbath]SabbSabbath [Febr | February]FebrFebruary 5[1775-02-05]

about 10 went  to meeting, and there was grea^[above] t^t  Number of People Got toge‐ ther, and I [preachd | preached]preachdpreached with  much freedom the People were  affected many of [ 'em | them] 'emthem, after  meeting, went Down to New  Fairfield[place0347.ocp], got to [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Sill[pers0863.ocp]s be‐ fore Night, the meeting was  appointed at his [Houſe | house]Houſehouse, and  the People Came in So thick  there was not half Room ^[above] enough^enough for 
them, and [juſt | just]juſtjust as we were  about to begin Divine Service  a [Meſsenger | messenger]Meſsengermessenger Came from the  meeting [Houſe | House]HouſeHouse which ^[above] is^is a mile  off and Said there was great  Number of People got together  there, and we were [obligd | obliged]obligdobliged to  remove to the ^[above] [meetg | meeting]meetgmeeting^[meetg | meeting]meetgmeeting [Houſe | House]HouſeHouse and when  we got there we found a great  Number of People, the [meetig | meeting]meetigmeeting  [Houſe | House]HouſeHouse was [Crouded | crowded]Croudedcrowded, and the  Lord gave me [freedome | freedom]freedomefreedom in  Speaking, after meeting  went back with [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Sill[pers0863.ocp] and  Lodged there —

Monday: [Febr | February]FebrFebruary 6[1775-02-06]:

in the morn-  ing went Down to a Town [Houſe | House]HouſeHouse  of Fairfield[place0337.ocp] and there [Preac^[above] hd;^hd; | preached]Preac^[above] hd;^hd;preached  began about 12 and there was  a great Number of People got  together and we had a Comfortable 
meeting, as Soon as the [metetg | meeting]metetgmeeting  was over I went towards New  Milford[place0348.ocp], got there towards Nig^[above] ht^ht  [Stopt | stopped]Stoptstopped at [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. Hinds[pers0848.ocp]s: and  there were very urgent to have  me Stay and have a meeting  they Pled So hard it was very  hard for ^[above] me^me to [paſs | pass]paſspass by the them,  there was one Young Convert  in particular [Intreated | entreated]Intreatedentreated with  Tears in her Eyes to have me  Stay they [pul'd | pulled]pul'dpulled very hard  upon my very Heart Strings  and it Hard work to get  [a way | away]a wayaway from them, however  I did get [a way | away]a wayaway, and went  on towards New [Preſton | Preston]PreſtonPreston[place0349.ocp], got  there Some Time in the [eveng | evening]evengevening  put up at [Mr | Mr.]MrMr. [Cogswell | Coggswell]CogswellCoggswell[pers0836.ocp]s a  [Tarvern | tavern]Tarverntavern and he gave me my  Entertainment —

[Tueſday | Tuesday]TueſdayTuesday [Febr | February]FebrFebruary 7[1775-02-07]:

[Sot | set]Sotset [of | off]ofoff very  early in the morning, and  [reachd | reached]reachdreached to Farmington[place0074.ocp] Some  Time in the Evening, put  up at Elijah Wympy[pers0721.ocp]'s  found them all well — —

[Wedneſday | Wednesday]WedneſdayWednesday [Febr | February]FebrFebruary 8,[1775-02-08]

went  off very early in the morning  and Got So far as [Mr | Mr.]MrMr.  Cornwell[pers0837.ocp]s East Side of the  Connecticut River[place0050.ocp] [a bout | about]a boutabout  10 miles, I intended to have  gone further, but the Land  Lord Cornwell[pers0837.ocp] [u^[above] r^rgd | urged]u^[above] r^rgdurged to have  me Stay, and I [Conſented | consented]Conſentedconsented  at [laſt | last]laſtlast, and [preſently | presently]preſentlypresently it  was [Noiſed | noised]Noiſednoised about I was  there, and they had a Notio^[below] n^n  of [haveing | having]haveinghaving a meeting, and  at last I [Conſented | consented]Conſentedconsented, this 
was about half an hour  after [Sun Set | sunset]Sun Setsunset, and in about  more the [Houſe | House]HouſeHouse was [Crouded | crowded]Croudedcrowded  with People. and I preached  and I had Some Freedom—  and after meeting went  to [Reſt | rest]Reſtrest quietly, —

[Thirdsday | Thursday]ThirdsdayThursday [Febr | February]FebrFebruary 9[1775-02-09]:

took  leave of [[illegible][guess (h-dawnd): 'em]'em | them][illegible][guess (h-dawnd): 'em]'emthem very early  in the morning, and on  my way, made but little  Stops by the way, [arriv'd | arrived]arriv'darrived  to my [Houſe | house]Houſehouse [Juſt | just]Juſtjust before  Night, and found all my  family in good State of  Health, — [Bleſsed | Blessed]BleſsedBlessed be the  Lord god of Heaven [& | and]&and Earth  for his [goodneſs | goodness]goodneſsgoodness to me and  to my Family, that he has  carried me out and brought   
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id Text in document Role in header Authorized Name
pers0870.ocp M r Mr. Wiard mentioned Wiard
pers0569.ocp M r Mr. Weſt West mentioned West
pers1777.ocp his wife mentioned West
pers0569.ocp M r Mr. weſt West mentioned West
pers0631.ocp M r Mr. green mentioned Green
pers0857.ocp M. r Mr. Mecham mentioned Mecham
pers0873.ocp M r Mr. Wooddroff Woodroff 's mentioned Woodroff
pers0830.ocp M r Mr. Batholomew mentioned Bartholomew
pers0873.ocp M r Mr. Wooddroff Woodroff mentioned Woodroff
pers1761.ocp M r Mr. Balwin Baldwin mentioned Baldwin, Theophilus
pers0703.ocp M r Mr. Tallor Taylor mentioned Taylor
pers0703.ocp M. r Mr. Tallor Taylor mentioned Taylor
pers0703.ocp M r Mr. Ta y llor Taylor mentioned Taylor
pers0849.ocp M r Mr. Hitchcoc k mentioned Hitchcock
pers1778.ocp his wife mentioned Hitchcock
pers0703.ocp M r Mr. Tayl a r mentioned Taylor
pers0850.ocp Deacon Hoge kins mentioned Hogekins
pers0832.ocp M r Mr. Camble mentioned Camble
pers1761.ocp Deacon Balwin Baldwin mentioned Baldwin, Theophilus
pers0703.ocp M r Taylor mentioned Taylor
pers0848.ocp M r Mr. Hynds Hinds mentioned Hinds
pers1779.ocp wife mentioned Hinds
pers0863.ocp M r Mr. Sill mentioned Sill
pers0831.ocp M r Mr. Bodwell mentioned Bodwell
pers1753.ocp Esq r Esq. Hopkins mentioned Hopkins
pers0854.ocp M r Mr. Knibloe mentioned Knibloe
pers0861.ocp m r Mr. Plat mentioned Plat
pers0872.ocp M r Mr. Wood mentioned Wood
pers0842.ocp M r Mr. Fowler mentioned Fowler
pers0833.ocp m r Mr. Caſe Case mentioned Case
pers0833.ocp M r Mr. Caſe Case mentioned Case
pers0865.ocp M r Mr. Struit mentioned Struit
pers0864.ocp M r Mr. Sam l Samuel Smith mentioned Smith, Samuel
pers0868.ocp M r Mr. ward mentioned Ward
pers0865.ocp young M r Mr. Struit mentioned Struit
pers0846.ocp m r Mr. Ham mentioned Ham
pers0859.ocp M r Mr. Newcom mentioned Newcom
pers0861.ocp M r Mr. Plat mentioned Plat
pers0845.ocp Cap t Capt. Hagman mentioned Hagman
pers0868.ocp M r Mr. Ward mentioned Ward
pers0840.ocp major Durgee mentioned Durgee
pers1496.ocp M r Mr. Debois mentioned Deboise
pers1096.ocp M r Mr. Lum l Co ling mentioned Concling
pers0129.ocp M r Mr. Cl ea rk Clark mentioned Clark
pers0871.ocp M r Mr. Joſeph Joseph Wood mentioned Wood, Joseph
pers0129.ocp m r Mr. Cl ea rk Clark mentioned Clark
pers0872.ocp M r Mr. wood mentioned Wood
pers0835.ocp M r Mr. Cloſe Close mentioned Close
pers0833.ocp m r Mr. Caſe Case mentioned Case
pers0838.ocp M r Mr. Dayton mentioned Dayton
pers0866.ocp M r Mr. Tolton mentioned Tolton
pers0860.ocp M r Mr. Norton mentioned Norton
pers0095.ocp M r Mr. Brewster mentioned Brewster
pers0851.ocp Hoseah mentioned Hoseah
pers0330.ocp Deacon Little mentioned Little, Ebenezer
pers0853.ocp M r Mr. Judge mentioned Judge
pers0855.ocp M r Mr. Lawrence mentioned Lawrence
pers0855.ocp M r Lawrence mentioned Lawrence
pers0117.ocp Cap t Capt. Champlin Champlen mentioned Champlen, Nathan
pers0858.ocp M r Mr. Miller mentioned Miller
pers0867.ocp M r Mr. Waldo mentioned Waldo
pers0848.ocp M r Mr. Hinds mentioned Hinds
pers0836.ocp M r Mr. Cogswell Coggswell mentioned Coggswell
pers0721.ocp Elijah Wympy mentioned Wympy, Elijah
pers0837.ocp M r Mr. Cornwell mentioned Cornwell
pers0837.ocp Cornwell mentioned Cornwell

Places identified in this document:

id Text in document Authorized Name
place0074.ocp Farmingtown Farmington
place0619.ocp Weſterly Westerly Westerly
place0339.ocp Hering ‐ton Herington Herington
place0127.ocp Letchfield Litchfield Litchfield
place0348.ocp New Milford New Milford
place0349.ocp New Preſton Preston New Preston
place0348.ocp N. New Milford New Milford
place0349.ocp N New Preſton Preston New Preston
place0348.ocp New Milford New Milford
place0347.ocp New fairfield New Fairfield
place0342.ocp Kint Kint
place0351.ocp 9 Partners 9 Partners
place0355.ocp Pleaſent Pleasant Vally Valley Pleasant Valley
place0545.ocp States bourough Staatsburg
place0355.ocp Pleaſent Pleasant Valley Pleasant Valley
place0256.ocp Oswago Oswego Oswego
place0191.ocp Poughkeepsy Poughkeepsie Poughkeepsie
place0191.ocp Pough keepſy Pough keepsie Poughkeepsie
place0174.ocp Norwich Norwich
place0360.ocp Suſqueha nah Susquehan na Susquehanna
place0350.ocp New Windſor Windsor New Windsor
place0333.ocp Butter Hill Butter Hill
place0343.ocp Malborough Marlborough
place0346.ocp Newborough Newburgh Newburgh
place0361.ocp Wall Hill Wall Hill
place0332.ocp Blooming grove Blooming Grove
place0352.ocp Oxford Oxford
place0357.ocp Smiths Clove Smiths Clove
place0345.ocp Murtherers Murderers Ch Creek Murderers Creek
place0338.ocp Fiſhkill Fishkill Fishkill
place0344.ocp the Mills the Mills
place0336.ocp Dover Dover
place0347.ocp New Fairfield New Fairfield
place0337.ocp Fairfield Fairfield
place0074.ocp Farmington Farmington
place0050.ocp Connecticut River Connecticut River

Organizations identified in this document:

id Text in document Authorized Name
org0124.ocp Seven Day BaptiſtBaptist Baptists/Seventh Day Baptists
org0136.ocp the SeperatesSeparates Radical New Lights/Separatists
org0124.ocp BaptiſtBaptist Baptists/Seventh Day Baptists
org0124.ocp Baptist meeting HouſeHouse Baptists/Seventh Day Baptists
org0024.ocp Church of England Church of England
org0124.ocp BaptiſtsBaptists Baptists/Seventh Day Baptists
org0133.ocp PreſbyteriansPresbyterians Presbyterian Church

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1774-12-19 Monday DecrDecember 19
1774-12-20 Dec.rDecember 20
1774-12-21 WedneſdayWednesday DecrDecember 21
1774-12-22 ThirdſdayThursday DecrDecember 22
1774-12-23 FrydayFriday DecrDecember 23
1774-12-24 Saturday DecemrDecember 24
1774-12-25 DecemDecember 25
1774-12-26 Monday DecemDecember 26
1774-12-27 TueſdayTuesday DecerDecember 27
1774-12-28 WedneſdayWednesday DecemrDecember 28
1774-12-29 ThirdsdayThursday Decr 29December
1774-12-29 FrydayFriday Janr DecrDecember 29
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1775-02-07 TueſdayTuesday FebrFebruary 7
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