Biographical Sketches of Graduates of Harvard University: In Cambridge, Massachusetts, Volume 3

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C. W. Sever, 1885
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Vol. 1 includes "an appendix, containing an abstract of the steward's accounts, and notices of non-graduates, from 1649-50 to 1659."

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Page 163 - Thy statutes have been my songs in the house of my pilgrimage.
Page 102 - Bonifacius. | | An Essay | Upon the Good, that is to be | Devised and Designed, | by those | Who Desire to Answer the Great End | of Life, and to Do Good | While they Live.
Page 129 - Psalterium Americanum. The Book of Psalms in a Translation Exactly Conformed unto the Original; But all in Blank Verse, fitted unto the Tunes commonly used in Our Churches...
Page 95 - Another Tongue brought in, to Confess | the Great Saviour of the World. | Or, | Some Communications | of | Christianity, | Put into a Tongue used among the | Iroquois Indians, | in America.
Page 59 - A short Narrative of a late outrage committed by a knot of Witches in Swede-Land, very much resembling, and so far explaining, that under which New-England has laboured.
Page 10 - We judge that in the prosecution of these and all such witchcrafts, there is need of a very critical and exquisite caution, lest by too much credulity for things received only upon the devil's authority, there be a door opened for a long train of miserable consequences, and Satan get an advantage over us ; for we should not be ignorant of his devices.
Page 285 - A | Sermon | Preached before the | General Assembly | of the Colony | of | Connecticut | At Hartford in New-England.
Page 288 - I or my heirs, executors or administrators, hereafter can, shall or may have for, upon or by reason of any matter, cause or thing whatsoever from the beginning of the world to the day of the date of these presents.
Page 54 - Mr. John Eliot, | Who was the | First Preacher | of the | Gospel | to the | Indians in America.
Page 135 - Objections of a Conscientious or Religious Nature Commonly Made Against the New Way of Receiving the Small-pox.