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A narrative of the planting of the Massachusetts colony anno 1628. : With the Lord's signal presence the first thirty years. Also a caution from New-Englands apostle, the great Cotton, how to escape the calamity, which might befall them or their posterity. And confirmed by the evangelist Norton with prognosticks from the famous Dr. Owen. Concerning the fate of these churches, and animadversions upon the anger of God, in sending of evil angels among us. Preview this item
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A narrative of the planting of the Massachusetts colony anno 1628. : With the Lord's signal presence the first thirty years. Also a caution from New-Englands apostle, the great Cotton, how to escape the calamity, which might befall them or their posterity. And confirmed by the evangelist Norton with prognosticks from the famous Dr. Owen. Concerning the fate of these churches, and animadversions upon the anger of God, in sending of evil angels among us.

Author: Joshua Scottow; John Norton; Simon Bradstreet
Publisher: Boston : Printed and sold by Benjamin Harris, at the sign of the Bible over against the Blew-Anchor., 1694.
Series: Early English books online.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Named Person: John Cotton; John Norton; John Owen
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Joshua Scottow; John Norton; Simon Bradstreet
OCLC Number: 62819945
Notes: Dedication to Simon Bradstreet signed: J.S. Attributed to Joshua Scottow in the Dictionary of national biography.
"A funeral elegy, upon the death of the truly reverend Mr. John Cotton. Late teacher of a church of Christ at Boston in New-England ..."--P. 75-[76], signed: John Norton.
Erratum note, p. [76].
Description: 1 online resource ([4], 75, [1] p.)
Series Title: Early English books online.
Responsibility: published by old planters, the authors of the Old mens tears. ; [Seven lines of Scripture texts].

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