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|Named Person:||John Dury; John Dury|
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Norton; John Wilson; Massachusetts. General Court.
|Notes:||Anagrams of the author's name and poems thereon, p. [3-6], 1st count. The last is signed: John Wilson, Sen.
"A copy of the letter returned by the ministers of New-England to Mr. John Dury about his pacification. Faithfully translated out of the original manuscript written in Latine, by the Reverend author of the three former sermons. With some considerations premised about that subject, necessary for these times. By a lover of truth and peace. Published in the year 1664"--, 12 p. at end (Evans 91). Signed on p. 12 by 39 ministers, and the president and fellows of Harvard College.
|Description:||1 online resource (, 38, , 12,  pages)|
|Other Titles:||Copy of the letter returned by the ministers of New-England to Mr. John Dury about his pacification.|
|Responsibility:||by that Reverend servant of Christ, Mr. John Norton late teacher of the Church of Christ at Boston in N.E. ; The first of them being the last sermon which he preached at the Court of Election at Boston. The second was the last which he preached on the Lords-Day. The third was the last which he preached on his weekly-lecture-day. ; Wherein (beside many other excellent and seasonable truths) is shewed, the Lords soveraignty over, and care for his church and people, in order to both their militant and triumphant condition ; and their fidelity and good affection towards himself. ; [Eleven lines of Scripture quotations].|