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Colonial justice in western Massachusetts, 1639-1702; the Pynchon court record, an original judges' diary of the administration of justice in the Springfield courts in the Massachusetts Bay Colony.

Author: William Pynchon; Joseph Henry Smith
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1961.
Series: William Nelson Cromwell Foundation.; Legal studies.
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"...The Diary is also a colorful record of the mores of that colonial community [Springfield, Massachusetts Bay Colony]. Witchcraft, juvenile delinquency, bootlegging--they are all there. "Follies and foibles; prejudices and petty quarrels; crimes and misdemeanors; jealousies, hopes, and fears--the Diary runs the gamut of human frailties and human passions"--Foreword.
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Genre/Form: History
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Colonial justice in western Massachusetts, 1639-1702.
Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1961
(OCoLC)576143007
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Pynchon; Joseph Henry Smith
OCLC Number: 345561
Description: ix, 426 pages facsimile, portrait 25 cm.
Series Title: William Nelson Cromwell Foundation.; Legal studies.
Responsibility: Edited with a legal and historical introd. by Joseph H. Smith.

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"...The Diary is also a colorful record of the mores of that colonial community [Springfield, Massachusetts Bay Colony]. Witchcraft, juvenile delinquency, bootlegging--they are all there. "Follies and foibles; prejudices and petty quarrels; crimes and misdemeanors; jealousies, hopes, and fears--the Diary runs the gamut of human frailties and human passions"--Foreword.

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