Ill Newes from New-England
The Baptist Standard Bearer, Inc., 2004 - 132 páginas
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"Ill newes from New-England, or, A nar r]ative of New-Englands persecution wherin is declared that while old England is becoming new, New-England is become old: also four proposals to the Honoured Parliament and Councel of State"
Clarke, John, 1609-1676.
"A faithfull and true relation of the prosecution of Obediah Holmes, John Crandall, and John Clarke, meerly for conscience towards God, by the principall members of the church, or common-wealth of the Mathatusets in New-England ... drawn forth by the aforesaid John Clarke" p. 1-35.
20], 76 p.
London: Printed by Henry Hills ..., 1652.
Wing / C4471
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery
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