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Fri Mar 21 17:03:34 2014 UTClccn-n853565810.00Mayhew, Thomas, Jr0.791.00Strength ovt of weaknesse; or A glorious manifestation of the further progresse of the gospel among the Indians in Nevv-England. Held forth in sundry letters from divers ministers and others to the corporation established by Parliament for promoting the gospel among the heathen in New-England; and to particular members thereof since the last treatise to that effect, pulished [sic] by Mr Henry Whitfield late pastor of Gilford in New-England11307918n 853565811520815Mayhew, Mr. (Thomas), 1621-1657lccn-n80015550Eliot, John1604-1690lccn-n85196681Whitfield, Henry1597-1660?edtnc-corporation for the promoting and propagating the gospel of jesus christ in new england londonCorporation for the Promoting and Propagating the Gospel of Jesus Christ in New England, Londonlccn-n50044984Mather, Richard1596-1669lccn-n85196905Wilson, John1588-1667lccn-n83126994Allen, Thomas1608-1673lccn-no2010027989Leverich, William-1677np-bessey, anthony$1609 1657Bessey, Anthony1609?-1657?np-french, william$1603 1681French, William1603?-1681lccn-n84014945Endecott, John1588?-1665Mayhew, Thomas1621-1657HistoryPoetryChurch historyMassachuset Indians--MissionsMassachusettsIndians of North AmericaWampanoag Indians--MissionsNew EnglandIndians of North America--MissionsCharles--II,--King of England,Missions, BritishMissions, AmericanPolitical scienceGreat BritainChristian convertsCromwell, Oliver,MissionsMayhew, Thomas,Mayhew, Thomas,Massachuset IndiansIndian mythologyIndians of North America--ReligionNorth AmericaMayhew familyBoyle, Robert,Indians of North America--Social life and customsNarragansett IndiansRhode IslandIndians of North America--Cultural assimilationEliot, John,Fitch, James,Indians of North America--Foreign influencesPequot IndiansMissionariesIndians of North America--RelocationIndiansJessey, Henry,King Philip's War (1675-1676)PuritansSociety for Propagation of the Gospel in New EnglandGookin, Daniel,Wampanoag IndiansMassachusetts--Martha's Vineyard1621165716491651165216531658166018001834186518721976197719781980198319992004145333129970.6E78.M423119ocn767511584book16520.73Society for Propagation of the Gospel in New EnglandStrength our of weakness: or, a glorious manifestation of the further progress of the gospel among the Indians in New England20018ocn367797667book16530.81Eliot, JohnTears of repentance, or, A further narrative of the progress of the gospel amongst the Indians in New-England setting forth not only their present state and condition but sundry confessions of sin by diverse of the said Indians, wrought upon by the saving power of the gospel : together with the manifestation of their faith and hope in Jesus Christ and the work of grace upon their heartsHistory+-+88421611251684ocn464696369file18650.90Whitfield, HenryA farther discovery of the present state of the Indians in New England concerning the progress of the gospel among them, manifested by letters from such as preached to them then16713ocn607016867book16510.81Whitfield, HenryThe light appearing more and more towards the perfect day. Or, a farther discovery of the present state of the Indians in New-England, concerning the progresse of the Gospel amongst them. Manifested by letters from such as preacht to them there.1584ocn012646794book16490.88The Glorious progress of the Gospel amongst the Indians in New England manifested by three letters under the hand of that famous instrument of the Lord, Mr. John Eliot, and another from Mr. Thomas Mayhew, Jun., both preachers of the word, as well to the English as Indians in New England ... : together with an appendix to the foregoing letters, holding forth conjectures, observations, and applications, by I.D. ...History1448ocn837622198file16530.73Eliot, JohnTears of repentance: or, A further narrative of the progress of the Gospel amongst the Indians in New-England : setting forth, not only their present state and condition, but sundry confessions of sin by diverse of the said Indians, wrought upon by the saving power of the Gospel; together with the manifestation of their faith and hope in Jesus Christ, and the work of grace upon their hearts. Related by Mr. Eliot and Mr. Mayhew, two faithful laborers in that work of the Lord. Published by the corporation for propagating the Gospel there, for the satisfaction and comfort of such as wish well thereuntoHistory967ocn220338780com16580.73Mayhew, ThomasUpon the death of his late highness, Oliver lord protector of the Common-Wealth of England, Scotland and Ireland, and the dominions and territories thereunto belonging9011ocn606996862file16600.70Mayhew, ThomasUpon the joyfull and welcome return of His Sacred Majestie, Charls the Second, of England, Scotland, France and Ireland King, defender of the faith, &c. to his due and indubitate right of government, over these His Majestie's kingdoms and dominions. A panegyrickPoetry8610ocn085798977file16490.76Winslow, EdwardThe glorious progress of the gospel amongst the Indians in New EnglandHistory312ocn085794091file16520.86Strength out of weaknesse, or, A glorious manifestation of the further progresse of the gospel among the Indians in New-England held forth in sundry letters from divers ministers and others to the corporation established by Parliament for promoting the gospel among the heathen in New-England ; and to particular members thereof since the last treatise to that effect, published by Mr. Henry Whitfeld of Gilford in New-England248ocn006777600book16490.92Winslow, EdwardThe glorious progress of the gospel, amongst the Indians in New England Manifested by three letters, under the hand of that famous instrument of the Lord Mr. John Eliot, and another from Mr. Thomas Mayhew jun: both preachers of the word, as well to the English as Indians in New England. Wherein the riches of Gods grace in the effectuall calling of many of them is cleared up: as also a manifestation of the hungring desires of many people in sundry parts of that country, after the more full revelation of the gospel of Jesus Christ, to the exceeding consolation of every Christian reader. Together, with an appendix to the foregoing letters, holding forth conjectures, observations, and applicationsChurch history162ocn838378707file16510.35Whitfield, HenryThe light appearing more and more towards the perfect day. Or, a farther discovery of the present state of the Indians in New-England, concerning the progresse of the Gospel amongst them : Manifested by letters from such as preacht to them there71ocn020806080book16520.97Strength ovt of VVeakness, Or, a glorious manifestation of the further progresse of the Gospel among the Indians in New-England : held forth in sundry letters from divers ministers and others to the corporation established by Parliament for promoting the gospel among the heathen in New-England, and to particular members thereof since the last treatise to that effect, formerly set forth by Mr. Henry Whitfield, late pastor of Gilford in Nevv-England41ocn054296757book16520.96Corporation for the Promoting and Propagating the Gospel of Jesus Christ in New EnglandStrength out of weakness. Or, A glorious manifestation of the further progresse of the gospel among the Indians in New-England. Held forth in sundry letters from divers ministers and others to the coporation established by Parliament for promoting the gospel among the heathen in New-England; and to particular members thereof since the last treatise to that effect31ocn166613053book16521.00Corporation for the Promoting and Propagating the Gospel of Jesus Christ in New England, LondonStrength ovt of weaknesse; or A glorious manifestation of the further progresse of the gospel among the Indians in Nevv-England. Held forth in sundry letters from divers ministers and others to the corporation established by Parliament for promoting the gospel among the heathen in New-England; and to particular members thereof since the last treatise to that effect, pulished [sic] by Mr Henry Whitfield late pastor of Gilford in New-England31ocn083235891book16520.10Strength out of weakness, or, A glorious manifestation of the further progresse of the gospel among the Indians in New-England : held forth in sundry letters from divers ministers and others to the corporation established by Parliament for promoting the gospel among the heathen in New-England ... formerly set forth by Mr. Henry Whitfeld, late Pastor of Gilford in New-England22ocn197707599book16491.00The Glorious progress of the Gospel, amongst the Indians in New England. : Manifested by three letters, under the hand of that famous instrument of the Lord Mr. John Eliot, and another from Mr. Thomas Mayhew Jun: both preachers of the Word, as well to the English as Indians in New England. Wherein the riches of God grace in the effectuall calling of many of them is cleared up: as also a manifestation of the hungring [sic] desires of many people in sundry parts of that country after the more full revelation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, to the exceeding consolation of every Christian reader. : Together, with an appendix to the foregoing letters, holding forth conjectures, observations, and applications. By I.D., Minister of the Gospel21ocn064621251book16491.00The glorious progress of the Gospel, amongst the Indians in New England. : Manifested by three letters, under the hand of that famous instrument of the Lord Mr. John Eliot, and another from Mr. Thomas Mayhew jun: both preachers of the Word, as well to the English as Indians in New England. Wherein the riches of Gods grace in the effectuall calling of many of them is cleared up: as also a manifestation of the hungring desires of many people in sundry parts of that country, after the more full revelation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, to the exceeding consolation of every Christian reader. Together, with an appendix to the foregoing letters, holding forth conjectures, observations, and applications. By I.D. minister of the Gospell. Published by Edward WinslowHistory21ocn081881039book16520.10Strength out of weaknesse; or A glorious manifestation of the further progresse of the gospel among the Indians in New-England. : Held forth in sundry letters from divers ministers and others to the corporation established by Parliament for promoting the gospel among the heathen in New-England; and to particular members thereof since the last treatise to that effect, formerly set forth by Mr Henry Whitfeld late Pastor of Gilford in New-England.11ocn852385878book1800Mayhew, ThomasLetter to Governor Prince : [rel. to Indians, 1671]82ocn437865600book18720.76The Dream of Thomas Mayhew, Junior, of Martha's Vineyard, 1650. Issued by the carriers of the Seaside gazette, 187211ocn018025660mixGookin, DanielIndians converted or historical collections of the Indians in New EnglandOriginal ms. written by Daniel Gookin, colonial magistrate, in 1674. Gookin discussed the state of Native American affairs in Massachusetts and Rhode Island, especially the culture, language, religion, and customs of Native Americans. Among the tribes he focused on were the Massachuset, the Narraganset, and the Pequot. Gookin described his work and the efforts of John Eliot, James Fitch, and Thomas Mayhew in culturally assimilating Native Americans, work supported by Robert Boyle and the Society for Propagation of the Gospel in New England11ocn034342372book19830.47Friesen, J. StanleyThe missionary work of Thomas Mayhew, Jr., 1642-1657History11ocn017693348bookEliot, JohnLettersCopies of letters, made by Rev. John Waddington, from John Eliot to Henry Ashurst and Robert Boyle, respectively Treasurer and Governor of the Society for Propagation of the Gospel in New England, which supported Eliot and other agents in their attempts to establish colonies of "praying Indians." Other English supporters included Lady Mary Armine and the Reverend Henry Jessey. Eliot kept the Corporation apprised of his progress, requested the services of Jonathan Ince, an Indian linguist, and repeatedly asked for further funding. When King Philip's War erupted, Eliot reported to his supporters the massacres and forced removal of Indians to Deer Isle where many of the "praying Indians" starved to death. Eliot comments on the effect of the war on his work and the work of agents Daniel Gookin and Thomas Mayhew11ocn056476283book20041.00Walker, Daniel BreckThe Mayhew mission to the Indians on Martha's Vineyard, 1642-1675History11ocn056975551art1999Mayhew, Thomas, Jr01ocn012436977book0.47Mayhew, FredericThomas Mayhew, governor and patentee of Marthas Vineyard, Nantucket and Elizabeth Isles+-+8842161125+-+8842161125Fri Mar 21 15:26:34 EDT 2014batch20525