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After calling the meeting to order and calming down the heated discussion, the Selectmen reviewed what they knew. ” The Selectmen also knew about Captain Paxton’s infected servant at his master’s house near the South Battery. ” Therefore, they had to decide on measures to isolate the 26 9 The Pox and the Covenant disease and prevent a general epidemic. Fortunately, the town had experience with smallpox epidemics and had a number of actions at its disposal. Quarantine was the most widely used countermeasure and had been introduced into Boston as early as 1647, when the town required infected ships to drop anchor at least three miles from shore and banned any “persons or goods from the ship to be brought ashore” without permission.
New England, where for many years You scarcely heard a cough, And where physicians had no work Now finds them work enough. One wave another followeth, And one disease begins Before another cease, because We turn not from our sins. We stop our ear against reproof, And hearken not to God: God stops his ear against our prayer, And takes not off his rod. In 1677, English ships carried the disease to Boston and Charlestown. By June 6, 1678, Puritans spent the day fasting and praying because eighty people had already died.
The responsibility might have weighed down any man except for the fact that Mather saw himself as doing the Lord’s work and joyfully assumed the burden. Just how much he could bear remained to be seen. Chapter Four 9 9 Ordinary and Extraordinary Concerns I n the spring of 1721, Reverend Cotton Mather enjoyed the comforts of his spacious home on Ship Street overlooking the North End wharves and Boston Harbor. It was not constructed of brick like the mansions of the wealthy merchants in the town, but it was an imposing three stories high.