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" The Day-Breaking, if not the SunRising of the Gospel with the Indians in New England, 1647, iv. "
The life of John Eliot, the apostle of the Indians: including notices of the ... - Page 78
by John Wilson (of Bombay.) - 1828
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Missionary Register, Volumes 2-3

Missions - 1814
...words, from a scarce tract published ia 2 G 1647, entitled, after the quaint fashion of his time, " The Day-breaking, if not the Sun-rising, of the Gospel,' With the Indians in New England." First Interview with the Indians. ' A little before we came to thejr .wigwams, five or...
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Librorum impressorum qui in Museo britannico adservantur catalogus, Volume 4

British Museum. Dept. of Printed Books, Sir Henry Ellis, Henry Hervey Baber - Library catalogs - 1815
...brief narration of the practices of the Churches of New England. 4° Land. 1645. 4° Jsmd. 1647. . The day-breaking if not the sun-rising of the Gospel with the Indians in New England. 4° Land. 1647. Good news from New England, with a relation of the first planting of that...
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Memoirs of the Life and Character of Rev. John Eliot: Apostle of the N.A ...

Martin Moore - 1822 - 174 pages
...expressive words, from a scarce tract published in 1647, entitled, after the quaint fashion of the times, " The Day-breaking, if not the Sun-rising, of the Gospel, with the Indians in New-England.t afterwards. Gookin »ives the number of Indiani in the year 1674 and their number formerly....
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Historical notes respecting the Indians of North America: with remarks on ...

John Halkett - Indians of North America - 1825 - 408 pages
...whole were transmitted to England, and published in the work above alluded to under the title of " The Day-breaking, if not the Sunrising of the Gospel with the Indians of New England."* The sun indeed must have risen very rapidly ; because — if an act of parliament...
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Christianity Designed and Adapted to be a Universal Religion: A Discourse ...

Alexander Young, James Thompson, Luther Hamilton, Josiah Biglow, Charles Briggs - Hymns - 1830 - 73 pages
...Hist. Coll. VIII. 239—76, and IX. 74—105, 2d series. The tract was first published in 1624.] (4.) The day-breaking, if not the sun-rising of the gospel with the Indians in New-England. London. 1647. pp. 25. [This tract was written by the Rev. John Wilson.] (6.) The glorious progress...
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A Catalogue of Books, Relating Principally to America: Arranged Under the ...

America - 1832 - 129 pages
...Octavo, map and plates, 6s. This work is by Isaac de la Peyrere, author of the " Pnsadamitffi." 261* THE DAY-BREAKING, if not the Sun-rising of the Gospel with the Indians in New England London. Small 4to. This appears to be the second of the relations of the progress of the...
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society ...

Massachusetts - 1833
...Knowledge of God in Christ, as was published and made apparant lo this Nation by a short Treatise, called, The day-breaking, if not the Sun-ri-sing of the Gospel with the Indians in New-England. . In the year 1647. being here upon some speciall service for the Countrey, Letters came to my hands...
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collections of the massachusetts historical society

Charlie Folsom - 1834
...Knowledge of God in Christ, as was published and made apparant to this Nation by a short Treatise, called, The day-breaking, if not the Sun-rising of the Gospel with the Indians in New-England. In the year 1647. being here upon some speciall service for the Countrey, Letters came to my hands...
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collections of the massachusetts historical society

Charlie Folsom - 1834
...Knowledge of God in Christ, as was published and made apparant to this Nation by a short Treatise, called, The day-breaking, if not the Sun-rising of the Gospel with the Indians in New-England. In the year 1647. being here upon some speciall service for the Countrey, Letters came to my hands...
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Life of John Eliot: The Apostle to the Indians

Convers Francis - Indians of North America - 1840 - 357 pages
...part of it (that which relates to the College) is reprinted in 1 Mass. Hist. Coll., I. 242 - 250. 3. " The Day-Breaking, if not the Sun-Rising of the Gospel with the Indians in JVcto England, Sfc. London, 1647." — In this account we have the original narrative of the first...
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