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Puritanism: or, A churchman's defense against its aspersions, by an appeal to its own history ...

Author: Thomas Winthrop Coit
Publisher: New York : D. Appleton & Co.; Philadelphia : Geo. S. Appleton, MDCCCXLV [1845]
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Genre/Form: History
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Coit, Thomas Winthrop, 1803-1885.
Puritanism.
New York, D. Appleton & Co.; Philadelphia, G.S. Appleton, 1845
(OCoLC)600375281
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Winthrop Coit
OCLC Number: 1877719
Description: 527 pages, 1 unnumbered leaf ; 20 cm
Contents: General sketch of the subjects embraced in these letters. The motives which prompted them, and the plan pursued --
Origin and aim of Puritanism in England --
The temper of Puritanism in England, with its treatment there --
Expatriation of the Puritans. Was "a purely religious cause" its object? --
Review of some apologies for the Puritans, offered by their advocates --
Review of the reasons for Puritan expatriation, assigned in N. Morton's "New England's Memorial" --
Early history of Puritanism in New England. The patents from the Virginia and Plymouth companies, Massachusetts charters, etc. --
Professions of the Puritans towards the Church of England. Their rejection of the ordinations of that church. Reordinations of Episcopal clergymen. Lay ordinations, etc. --
Treatment of early Episcopal settlers by the Puritans. William Blackstone --
the Browns --
Bright --
Morell --
Vassall --
petitioners of 1646 --
New England in the days of the Commonwealth. Importance of dates to illustrate Laud's conduct. Cromwell tries to check New England. Treatment of churchmen by the Puritans, from the days of Charles II onward --
Puritan church establishment. Fines, etc., under this establishment. Laws against holy-days. Contempt of Puritan ministers punished. Richard Gibson. Gov. Andross in a Puritan meeting-house. Puritanism less republican than is supposed. --
Influence of the Puritan ministers in both church and state. Administrations of Gov. Winthrop and Gov. Endicott --
Puritanic efforts to defeat an American Episcopate, and to thwart Episcopal missionaries. Episcopacy individously represented as a cause of the American Revolution --
Puritanic treatment of the Baptists --
Puritanic treatment of the Quakers --
Puritanic treatment of the Papists --
Puritanic treatment of the Presbyterians --
Puritanic treatment of the Indians.
Responsibility: By Thomas W. Coit ...

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