Andros Tracts: Being a Collection of Pamphlets and Official Papers Issued During the Period Between the Overthrow of the Andros Government and the Establishment of the Second Charter of Massachusetts. Reprinted from the Original Editions and Manuscripts, Volume 2 (Google eBook)

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T.E. Morvin, 1869
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