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TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)Good fetch'd out of evil, in three short essays. : I. A pastoral letter, of Mr. John Williams, the faithful Pastor of Deerfield; now detain'd a captive in Canada; written to part of his flock, and some others, returning out of their captivity. II. The conduct and constancy of the New-English captives when strongly tempted unto the popish idolatries. And certain plain poems, written by some of them, to fortify their children against such temptations. III. An account of most remarkable and memorable deliverances, received by many of the captives; and great things done by their Almighty Deliverer for them. : Collected and published, that the glorious God may have the glory of his power and goodness; and that his people may reap some advantage from what has befallen their brethren.Date of publication:
1783Author(s):Description:Attributed to Cotton Mather by Evans and Holmes. To my much respected friends, that are on their voyage from Quebeck, for New-England ... per Samuel Scammon ... [signed] John Williams ... 1706. -- Some instructions, written ...This item contains 3 files (196.99 KB).Publicly Available
TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)The old principles of New England. Or, Thirty three articles extracted from, and contrasting of, The platform of church-discipline, agreed, by the renowned synod, of churches from four colonies, assembled at Cambridge, 1647.Date of publication:
1700Description:Caption title. Compiled by Cotton Mather. Cf. Holmes. Imprint suggested by Holmes. Signatures: A^8.This item contains 3 files (106.09 KB).Publicly Available