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New-England a degenerate plant : who having forgot their former sufferings, and lost their ancient tenderness, are now become famous among the nations in bringing forth the fruits of cruelty, wherein they have far outstript their persecutors the bishops, as by these their ensuing laws you may plainly see : published for the information of all sober people who desire to know how the state of New-England now stands, and upon what foundation the New-England churches are built, and by whose strength they are upholden now they are degenerated and have forsaken the Lord : the truth of which we are witness, (who by their cruel hands have suffered) Iohn Rous Iohn Copeland, strangers : Samuel Shattock Nicholas Phelps Iosiah Southwick inhabitants : whereunto is annexed a copy of a letter which came from one who hath been a magistrate among them, to a friend of his in London, wherein he gives an account of some of the cruel suffering of the people of God in those parts under the rulers of New-England, and their unrighteous laws. Preview this item
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New-England a degenerate plant : who having forgot their former sufferings, and lost their ancient tenderness, are now become famous among the nations in bringing forth the fruits of cruelty, wherein they have far outstript their persecutors the bishops, as by these their ensuing laws you may plainly see : published for the information of all sober people who desire to know how the state of New-England now stands, and upon what foundation the New-England churches are built, and by whose strength they are upholden now they are degenerated and have forsaken the Lord : the truth of which we are witness, (who by their cruel hands have suffered) Iohn Rous Iohn Copeland, strangers : Samuel Shattock Nicholas Phelps Iosiah Southwick inhabitants : whereunto is annexed a copy of a letter which came from one who hath been a magistrate among them, to a friend of his in London, wherein he gives an account of some of the cruel suffering of the people of God in those parts under the rulers of New-England, and their unrighteous laws.

Author: John RousJ R CopelandSamuel ShattuckNicholas PhelpsJosiah SouthwickAll authors
Publisher: London, Printed in the year 1659.
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New-England a degenerate plant.
London, Printed in the year 1659
(DLC) 08006921
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Rous; J R Copeland; Samuel Shattuck; Nicholas Phelps; Josiah Southwick; James Cudworth; Massachusetts (Colony); New Plymouth Colony. General Court.
OCLC Number: 124555433
Notes: Laws of Massachusetts Bay, New Plymouth and New Haven colonies against the Quakers: p. 2-13.
"A true copy of a letter ... from one who was a magistrate in New-England ... [James Cudworth]": pages 14-20.
Reproduction of original from Library of Congress.
Description: 1 online resource (20 pages)
Other Titles: Sabin Americana, 1500-1926.

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