Browsing by Author "Foster, John, d. 1711, dedicatee."
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TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)A discourse concerning the maintenance due to those that preach the Gospel: in which, that question whether tithes are by the divine law the ministers due, is considered, and the negative proved. / By I. Mather, D.D. ; [Seven lines of Scripture texts]Date of publication:
1706Author(s):Description:Running title: A testimony against sacrilege. Dedicated to Samuel Sewall, John Foster, Edward Bromfield, Jeremiah Dummer. Errata note, p. 60. Bookseller's advertisements, p. .This item contains 3 files (197.9 KB).Publicly Available
TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)A monitory letter about the maintainance [sic] of an able and faithful ministry. Directed unto those people, who sin against, & sin away the Gospel, by not supporting the worthy preachers of the Gospel. : A decree of a national synod of reformed churches at Paris. ...Date of publication:
1700Description:Signed on p. 16: An unknown, but hearty, servant of the churches. Attributed to Cotton Mather by Holmes. Dedicated to J. F., Esq.; Holmes suggests this to be John Foster, a prominent member of Cotton Mather's church. ...This item contains 3 files (135.78 KB).Publicly Available