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|Named Person:||Cotton Mather; Cotton Mather; James Allen; Joshua Moodey; Samuel Willard|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
George Keith; John Delavall
|Notes:||Although signed by all four men, the book against which Keith writes, "The principles of the Protestant religion maintained," is attributed to Mather as chief author--cf. T.J. Holmes, Cotton Mather, a bibliography of his works.
Includes an appendix by John Delavall concerning Mather's discourse before the General Court of Massachusetts, published under the title: The serviceable man: p. 213-224.
Copied from microfilm at the Library of Congress.
|Description:||224 p. ; 16 cm.|
|Series Title:||Literature of theology and church history in the United States and Canada., Group 14.|
|Other Titles:||Pretended antidote proved poison|
|Responsibility:||by George Keith.|
- Mather, Cotton, -- 1663-1728. -- Principles of the Protestant religion maintained.
- Mather, Cotton, -- 1663-1728. -- Serviceable man.
- Allen, James, -- 1632-1710.
- Moodey, Joshua, -- 1633?-1697.
- Willard, Samuel, -- 1640-1707.
- Congregational churches -- Controversial literature.
- Society of Friends -- Doctrines.