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The glorious progress of the gospel, amongst the Indians in New England. ... (Title page)

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The glorious progress of the gospel, amongst the Indians in New England. ... (Title page)
Names
Winslow, Edward (1595-1655) (Publisher)
Eliot, John (1604-1690) (Author)
Mayhew, Thomas (1621-1657) (Author)
Allen, Hannah (Printer)
Eliot, John, --1604-1690 (1604-1690) (Author)
Winslow, Edward, --1595-1655 (1595-1655) (Publisher)
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he glorious progress of the gospel, amongst the Indians in New England. Manifested by three letters, under the hand of that famous instrument of the Lord Mr. John Eliot, and another from Mr. Thomas Mayhew jun: both preachers of the word, as well to the English as Indians in New England. Wherein the riches of Gods grace in the effectuall calling of many of them is cleared up: as also a manifestation of the hungring desires of many people in sundry parts of that country, after the more full revelation of the gospel of Jesus Christ, to the exceeding consolation of every Christian reader. Together, with an appendix to the foregoing letters, holding forth conjectures, observations, and applications. By I.D. Minister of the gospell. Published by Edward Winslow ...

Dates / Origin
Date Issued: 1649
Place: London
Publisher: Hannah Allen in Popes-head-alley
Library locations
Rare Book Division
Shelf locator: *KC 1649 (Winslow, E. Glorious progress of the gospel, amongst the Indians in New England)
Topics
Indians of North America -- Massachusetts
Indians of North America -- Missions
Massachuset Indians -- Missions
Missions -- Massachusetts
Indians of North America -- Missions -- New England
Notes
Citation/reference: Church 497 Copy 1
Citation/reference: JCB, 1919, II, 385-386 Copy 1
Content: Pages 1-8 unnumbered.
Content: The fourth of a series of 11 pamphlets, commonly known as the "Eliot tracts", published in London from 1643 to 1671 in the interests of missionary work among the Indians of New England.
Content: Title within ornamental border.
Content: Copy 2: Ford Collection.
Content: Appendix signed J.D.
Content: Copy 1: Lenox Collection.
Citation/reference: Sabin 22152 Copy 1
Type of Resource
Still image
Identifiers
NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b14418603
RLIN/OCLC: 13374833
Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 45280fe0-c603-012f-38e3-58d385a7bc34
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  • 1595: Creator Born
  • 1649: Issued
  • 1655: Creator Died
  • 2013: Digitized
  • 2016: Found by you!
  • 2017

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The glorious progress of the gospel, amongst the Indians in New England. ... (Title page)