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Endecott, John 1588?-1665

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Works: 86 works in 164 publications in 1 language and 2,453 library holdings
Genres: Church history  History  Controversial literature  Manuscripts  Charters  Sources  Personal narratives 
Classifications: E78.M4, 515
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Strength out of weakness, or, a glorious manifestation of the further progress of the gospel among the Indians in New England by Society for Propagation of the Gospel in New England ( Book )
12 editions published between 1652 and 1865 in English and held by 115 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The humble petition and address of the General Court sitting at Boston in New-England unto the high and mighty Prince Charles the Second, and presented unto His Most-Gracious Majesty Feb. 11. 1660 by Massachusetts ( Book )
4 editions published between 1660 and 1916 in English and held by 32 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Governor Endecott and the General Court ask that civil and religious privileges granted by Charles' father be continued, and at the same time try to justify the recent hangings of Quakers, including that of Mary Dyer
Wayside Inn collection ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Autograph letters and miscellaneous documents collected by the Wayside Inn, South Sudbury, Mass., including single letters from John Endecott, Simon Bradstreet, Samuel Sewall, and Samuel Adams. Although the documents do not relate to the Wayside Inn, there are a few documents related to inns and taverns, including a request from a widow to sell liquor from her home to make ends meet
A copy of a letter sent from New England, to Friends by Samuel Shattuck ( Book )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Author writes in an undated letter (1661?) to his fellow Quakers regarding his voyage from England and his presentation to the governor of a letter from King Charles II in which the king instructs the governor to cease the execution of Quakers and to place their fates in the King's hands
A copy of a letter send from Charles the 2d King of England to New England by Charles ( Book )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
King of England, in a letter to John Endecott, governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, dated 9 September 1661 forbids further executions of Quakers, directing the colonial government to send any arrested Quakers to England for disposal of their cases
Winthrop Family Papers by John Winthrop ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This collection consists of 25 documents related to Ipswich, Massachusetts. It includes letters, deeds, and a petition. Most of the documents were written to or from John Winthrop, Jr. Box 1 contains all of the original documents and has been restricted. Box 2 contains scanned copies of each document and a transcript, when available, for public use
Stewart Mitchell collection by Stewart Mitchell ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Photostats collected by historian Stewart Mitchell concerning the first Massachusetts charter and other events in early Massachusetts history. The documents include all stages of development of the Royal Charter, including copies of the King's Bill, Writ of Privy Seal, etc., and copies of all official and early manuscript copies by John Winthrop and John Endecott. Also includes copies of documents concerning the settlement of Massachusetts Bay by the Massachusetts Bay Company, extracts from John Winthrop's journal, 1630 and Francis Higginson's writings; copies of the Royal seal and early seals of the Massachusetts Bay and Plymouth Colonies; documents concerning the sale of Indian captives; Revolutionary war journals of Ezra Tilden and copies of annotated almanacs. Also includes documents written or signed by John F. Eliot, John Leverett, and King Charles I. The photostats were collected for the publication of The Founding of Massachusetts: a selection from the sources of the history of the settlement, 1628-31 in the proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society. Also includes a line by line listing of variations in the texts of the Royal Charter, by Julia Crouse
[Letter] To George Whithead George Fox and George Rofe by William Robinson ( Book )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Author writes passionately to his Quaker brethren in England about the imprisonment of Quakers in the colonies, his travels, his own imprisonment and banishment with threat of death
A further accompt of the progresse of the gospel amongst the Indians in New-England by John Eliot ( Book )
1 edition published in 1659 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Endicott family papers by Endicott family ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Papers of the Endicott family of Salem and Boston, Mass., in particular William C. Endicott, Sr., attorney, judge, and politician; his wife Ellen P. Endicott; their son William C. Endicott, Jr., Boston attorney and civic leader; their daughter, Mary C. Endicott (Chamberlain Carnegie), third wife of British Colonial Secretary Joseph Chamberlain; and Louise T. Endicott, wife of William C. Endicott, Jr. There is a long run of letters between Ellen P. Endicott and her mother, Clara Endicott Peabody, and with her daughter Mary. Personal papers of William C. Endicott, Sr. include correspondence, papers documenting his service as a Mass. Supreme Judicial Court justice, and secretary of war in the first Grover Cleveland administration (1885-89), including materials relating to the capture of Geronimo and cabinet correspondence, legal case files, speeches, diaries (1858-93), letterbooks, and scrapbooks. The papers of William C. Endicott, Jr. include personal correspondence and papers related to his involvement in clubs and organizations, including the Mass. Historical Society where he served as president. Mary C. Endicott's papers include personal correspondence, including letters exchanged with her friends in America after her move to England, ten vols. of diaries (1882-1902), commonplace-books, and other bound vols. documenting life in Washington and England. Louise T. Endicott's papers, primarily personal correspondence and diaries kept over a 70-year period (1884-1954), document family activities and her role as a Boston social figure. Additional correspondents include William P. Endicott and William P. Mason. The collection also contains historical and genealogical papers; research materials (and a few original documents) on ancestor John Endecott; household and travel records, including records of the Peabody Farm in Danvers; and papers of the related Thoron, Peabody, Mason, and Ward families, including Joseph and George Peabody
True copie of the court booke of the Governor and Society of the Massachusetts Bay in New England ( Book )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Pre-migration business of the Massachusetts Bay Company; transcription of the records of the rulings of the General Court of the Province of Massachusetts Bay and the Magistrates' or Assistants' Court
 
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Endicott, John, 1588?-1665
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