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" Evidence of his activity in the cause of Indian instruction is found in a letter written by him to "a godly friend in England," published in London in the famous tract, "Strength Out of Weakness," and afterwards republished in the Mass. "
Historic Homes and Places and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to ... - Page 848
edited by - 1908
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The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 44

New England - 1890
...of Weakness," and afterwards republished in the Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll., 3d 8. vol. iv. pp. 149-196, in which he gives a detailed account of the testimony of an Indian convert. His wife died March 31, 1668, and he married 2d, Mary, daughter of Thomas Lathrop of Barnstable, and...
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Historic Homes and Institutions and Genealogical and Personal ..., Volume 2

Ellery Bicknell Crane - Worcester County (Mass.) - 1907
...catechism," 1661 ; the first deputy, or representative of Billerica in the general court at Boston, chosen in 1660, and taking his seat in 1663. A tract written...detailed account of the testimony of an Indian convert, was published in London, and afterwards republished 5n the Massachusetts Historical Society Collection,...
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Annals of Iowa

Iowa - 1910
...out of weakness," and afterwards re-published in the Massachusetts Historical Society Collections1 in which he gives a detailed account of the testimony of an Indian convert. The tract was "printed by M. Simons for John Blague and Samuel Howes and to be sold at their shop in...
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