Remarkable Providences: Illustrative of the Earlier Days of American Colonisation

  • Title: Remarkable Providences: Illustrative of the Earlier Days of American Colonisation
  • Author: Increase Mather Gary Sanseri
  • ISBN: 9781880045183
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Remarkable Providences Illustrative of the Earlier Days of American Colonisation Illustrative of the earlier days of American colonization This volume is one of a series of the popular books of a bygone era which will form a valuable library of old authors These singular narration
    Illustrative of the earlier days of American colonization This volume is one of a series of the popular books of a bygone era which will form a valuable library of old authors These singular narration s were collected by one of the most valuable men of a most eventful era It exhibits a striking display of the state of public feeling at that time, as to supernatural appeIllustrative of the earlier days of American colonization This volume is one of a series of the popular books of a bygone era which will form a valuable library of old authors These singular narration s were collected by one of the most valuable men of a most eventful era It exhibits a striking display of the state of public feeling at that time, as to supernatural appearances and strange of mysterious events and the dawn of light upon an inquiring mind leading him to attempt to penetrate the gloom with which the human intellect has been shrouded.

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    About Increase Mather Gary Sanseri


    1. Increase Mather was a Puritan minister who was involved with the government of the colony, acting as ambassador extraordinary to the courts of England He served as President of Harvard College from 1692 to 1701, and with his son, Cotton Mather was involved in the Salem witch trials.


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