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The Andros tracts : being a collection of pamphlets and official papers issued during the period between the overthrow of the Andros government and the establishment of the second charter of Massachusetts ; with notes

Author: William Henry Whitmore
Publisher: Boston : Prince Society, 1868-74.
Series: Publications of the Prince Society, v. 5-7.
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Andros tracts.
Boston : Prince Society, 1868-74
(OCoLC)647569437
Named Person: Edmund Andros, Sir; Increase Mather; Edward Randolph
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Henry Whitmore
OCLC Number: 1842576
Description: 3 volumes : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Contents: (Cont'd) v. 2. Increase Mather, the agent of Massachusetts colony in England for the concession of the charter [by W.H. Whitmore.] Introduction. [Mather, I.] A narrative of the miseries of New England. London, R. Janeway; Boston, reprinted by R. Pierce, 1688. [Mather, I.] The present state of the New-English affairs. [Boston, 1689] A vindication of New England [ascribed to Increase Mather. Boston. 1690?] Petition of the inhabitatns of Charlestown, 1689. Bulkeley, G. The people's right to election. Philadelphia, 1689. New England vindicated [ascribed to Increase Mather. 1688?] Answer of the Massachusetts agents to Randolph's account of the irregular trade ... in New England. [1690] A short discourse, shewing the great inconvenience of joyning the plantation charters with those of England. [1689?].
Series Title: Publications of the Prince Society, v. 5-7.
Responsibility: by W.H. Whitmore.

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