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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)A call from death to life and out of the dark wayes and worships of the world where the seed is held in bondage under the merchants of Babylon / written by Marmaduke Stephenson, who (together with ... William Robinson) hath (since the writing hereof) suffered death, for bearing witnesse to the same truth amongst the professors of Bostons jurisdiction in New England ; with a true copy of two letters, which they writ to the Lords people a little before their death ; and also the true copy of a letter ... from a friend in New England, which gives a brief relation of the manner of their martyrdom, with some of the words which they exprest at the time of their suffering.Date of publication:
1660Author(s):Description:Includes various letters signed by Peter Pearson, William Robinson, Marmaduke Stephenson, and Mary Dyer. "To the reader" signed: John Whitehead, Marmaduke Storre, William Padley, Gregory Milner, Thomas Leemin. Reproduction ...This item contains 4 files (1.26 MB).Publicly Available