The History Of New-England: Containing an Impartial Account Of The Civil and Ecclesiastical Affairs Of the Country To the Year of Our Lord, 1700 : To which is Added The Present State of New-England ; With a New and Accurate Map of the Coutnry, And An Appendix Containing Their Present Charter, Their Ecclesiastical Discipline, and Their Municipal-Laws ; In Two Volumes, Volume 2
Clark, 1720 - 382 pages
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