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A brief and plain essay on God"s wonder-working providence for New-England
|Statement||By Samuel Niles. ; [Six lines of quotations]|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 6037.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 34 p.|
|Number of Pages||34|
Whether New England or Maryland has the more authentic claim to the title, the uppermost thought in the minds of the readers of history is that they both ought to be very glad they are out of a mighty bad mess. Both New England and Mary land must defer to Virginia in matters of political significance to our country. 16 THIS ROTARIAN AGE. A book may give you excellent suggestions on how best to conduct yourself in the water, but sooner or later you must get wet, perhaps even strangle and be "half scared to death." There are a great many "wetless" bathing suits worn at the seashore, but no one ever learns to swim in them.
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Get this from a library. A brief and plain essay on God's wonder-working providence for New England: in the reduction of Louisburg, and fortresses thereto belonging on Cape-Breton.
[Samuel Niles]. Get this from a library. A brief and plain essay on God's wonder-working providence for New-England: in the reduction of Louisburg, and fortresses thereto belonging on Cape-Breton.: With a short hint in the beginning, on the French taking & plundering the people of Canso, which led the several governments to unite and pursue that expedition.
Excerpt from Wonder-Working Providence of Sions Saviour in New England Third, To prepare an Introduction, embodying such facts and suggestions respeéting the work and its author, as a careful examination of the subject may furnish.
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Publication date Nowhere does the title page indicate that this is not Johnson's Wonder- Working Providence, but rather an introduction and commentary by a later writer on the original work. This book is deceptively mislabelled and shouldn't be sold without a warning to other potential purchasers.2/5(3).
For examples of this language, see John Winthrop, The History of New England from toed. James Savage, 2d ed., 2 vols. (Boston, ), II, 91, ; J. Franklin Jameson, ed., [Edward] Johnson's Wonder-Working Providence, –, Original Narratives of Early American History (New York, ),which is echoed later in the.
An essay for the recording of illustrious providences: wherein, an account is given of many remarkable and very memorable events, which have happened in this last age; especially in New-England. Mather, Increase, NEW ENGLAND. "My country, 'tis for thee I strike the lyre; My country, wide as is the free wind's flight, I prize New England as she lights her fire.
In every Prairie's midst; and where the bright. Enchanting stars shine pure through Southern night, She still is there the guardian on. Sir Ferdinando Gorges, A briefe Relation of the Discovery and Plantation of New England,reprinted in James Phinney Baxter, ed., Sir Ferdinando Gorges and His Province of Maine, 3 vols.(New York, [orig.
publ. ]), I, –; and A Briefe Narration of the Originall Undertakings of the Advancement of Plantations Into the Parts of America,ibid., II, 16–17; Raleigh. Home - Random Browse: Other theological lights of the early years of the republic are also: John Mitchell Mason (), provost of Columbia College, later president of Dickinson College, a prime mover in the founding of Union Theological Seminary, and author of many sermons of a high order; Edward Payson (), whose sermons are noted for the same ardent spirituality and beauty that.
Carmine A. Prioli - Review Essay: “Early New England Gravestone Scholarship” Vol Number 1 - Spring P.M. Zall - “The Old Age of American Jestooks” Phyllis M. Jones - “Puritan’s Progress: The Story of the Soul’s Salvation in the Early New England Sermons”. Twenty Seven Famous Instances of Gods Providences in and about Sea-Dangers and Deliverances; with the Names of Several that were Eye-witnesses to many of them.
Whereonto is added a Sermon on the same Subject. London, WP Johnson, Edward. Johnson’s Wonder-Working Providence, Ed. Franklin Jameson.
New York: Scribner’s, Maverick, Samuel, A Brief Description of New England and the Severall Towns Therein, together with the present government thereof.
Rpt. in MHSP, second series Vol. 1 (), —, Letter to the Earl of Clarendon.  In "The Clarendon Papers." New York Historical Society Collections II, John Winthrop: The History of New England from to (, 25).
Anne Bradstreet poems: "The Author to Her Book," "Here Follow Some Verses upon the Burning of Our House" (). Edward Taylor () was a New England Puritan. He was born in Leicestershire and became a school teacher with Puritan sympathies.
“Wonder Working Providence,” published inwrites with serious profundity: The richest Jems and gainfull things most Merchants wisely venter New England men, this Deride not then: Corporation enter: Christ call for Trade shall never fade, come Cradock factors send: Let Mayhew go another move, spare not thy coyne to spend.
David D. Hall is the John Bartlett Research Professor of New England Church History at Harvard Divinity School. His books include The Faithful Shepherd: A History of the New England Ministry in the Seventeenth Century (; repr., ) and Worlds of Wonder, Days of Judgment: Popular Religious Belief in Early New England ().
Wonder-Working Providence of Sions Saviour in New-England (London, ). Like Judge Samuel Like Judge Samuel Sewall’s much later Phaenomena quaedam Apocalyptica (Boston, ), Johnson’s text. Available in the following formats: LF Printer PDF: MB: This text-based PDF was prepared by the typesetters of the LF book.
EBook PDF: MB: This text-based PDF or EBook was created from the HTML version of this book and is part of the Portable Library of Liberty. See Motley's historical romance, Merry-Mount. Wonder- Working Providence, pp. 23, 7, ed. a century the most popular book in New England after The essence of Calvinism the Bible and the Catechism.
was not to be expected that the essay or fable would In The Providence altogether avoid political subjects. A writer of our own day, Alice Morse Earle, has well expressed our opinion when she says in her Child Life in Colonial Days: "The terrible verses telling of God's judgment on the land, of fear of the pit, of the snare, of emptiness and waste, of destruction and desolation, must have sunk deep into the heart of the sick child, and produced the.Part I.
Section I. The Afflictions of MARGARET RULE. WIthin these few years there died in the Southern Parts a Chri∣stian Indian, who notwithstanding some of his Indian Weak∣ness, had something of a better Character of Vertue and Goodness, than many of our People can allow to most of their Countrey-Men that profess the Christian Religion.
He had been a Zealous Preacher of the Gospel to.This greatest and sublimest of valleys is the one in which we live; the one which extends through the heart of this continent from the 30th parallel of latitude to the Artic Circle, a distance of miles as the wild goose flies, and of miles as the waters run: while from each of its extremes to its far eastern outlet into the Atlantic the distance is equally as great.