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Page 6 - Williams (according to their custom) propounded a question, to which the pastor, Mr. Smith, spoke briefly ; then Mr. Williams prophesied ; and after, the Governor of Plymouth spoke to the question ; after him the elder; then some two or three more of the congregation. Then the elder desired the Governor of Massachusetts and Mr. Wilson to speak to it, which they did. When this was ended, the deacon, Mr. Fuller, put the congregation in mind of their duty of contribution; whereupon the Governor and...
Page 6 - ... until by their indiscreet urging of this whimsey, the place began to be disquieted. The wiser people being troubled at these trifles, they took the opportunity of Governour...
Page 28 - For they are the spirits of devils, working miracles, which go forth unto the kings of the earth and of the whole world , to gather them to the battle of that great day of God Almighty.
Page 71 - Salem, was again convented, and all the ministers in the Bay being desired to be present, he was charged with the said two letters, — that to the churches, complaining of the magistrates for injustice, extreme oppression, etc., and the other to his own church, to persuade them to renounce communion with all the churches in the Bay, as full of antichristian pollution, etc.
Page 8 - But he is to be pitied, and prayed for, and so I shall leave ye matter, and desire ye Lord to shew him his errors, and reduse him into ye way of truth, and give him a setled judgment and constancie in ye same ; for I hope he belongs to ye Lord, and y
Page 27 - There were three passages chiefly whereat they were much offended : 1. for that he chargeth King James to have told a solemn public He, because, in his patent, he blessed God that he was the first Christian prince that had discovered this land : 2.
Page 38 - ... the church of Salem to consider of these things till the next general court, and then either to give satisfaction to the court, or else to expect the sentence; it being professedly declared by the ministers, (at the request of the court to give their advice,) that he who should obstinately maintain such opinions, (whereby a church might run into heresy, apostacy, or tyranny, and yet the civil magistrate could not intermeddle,) were to be removed, and that the other churches ought to request the...
Page 50 - Vs, our Heires and Successors, give and graunte to the said Governor and Company, and their Successors, That the Governor, or in his absence, the Deputie Governor of the saide Company...
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