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" I suppose the first preacher that ever preached with notes in our New England, was the Rev. \Vnrham ; who, though he were sometimes faulted for it by some judieious men who had never heard him, yet when once they came to hear him, they could not but admire... "
Contributions to the Ecclesiastical History of Connecticut - Page 511
by General Association of Connecticut, Leonard Bacon, Samuel William Southmayd Dutton, Ebenezer Weeks Robinson - 1861 - 562 pages
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New-England's Memorial

Nathaniel Morton, William Bradford, Thomas Prince, Edward Winslow - Massachusetts - 1669 - 515 pages
...his people who removed to Connecticut, and died at Windsor in 1670. " I suppose," says Dr. Mather, " the first preacher that ever preached with notes, in our New England, was the reverend Warham, who, though he were sometimes faulted for it, by some judicious men, who had never...
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Annals of the American Pulpit: Trinitarian Congregational. 1857

William Buell Sprague - Baptists - 1857
...which, I trust, the Lord will give a blessing." The following is Cotton Mather's testimony : — " I suppose the first preacher that ever preached with notes in our New England, was the Rev. \Vnrham ; who, though he were sometimes faulted for it by some judieious men who had never heard him,...
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Annals of the American Pulpit: Trinitarian Congregational. 1857

William Buell Sprague - Baptists - 1857
...which, I trust, the Lord will give a blessing." The following is Cotton Mather's testimony : — " I suppose the first preacher that ever preached with notes in our Kew England, was the Rev. Warhanl ; who, though he were sometimes faulted for it by some judicious...
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Annals of the American Pulpit; Or, Commemorative Notices of ..., Volume 1

William Buell Sprague - Baptists - 1866
...which, 1 trust, the Lord will give a blessing." The following is Cotton Mather's testimony : — " I suppose the first preacher that ever preached with...who, though he were sometimes faulted for it by some judicions men who had never heard him, yet when once they came to hear him, they could not but admire...
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The History of Ancient Windsor, Connecticut: Including East Windsor, South ...

Henry Reed Stiles - Bloomfield (Conn.) - 1859 - 922 pages
...Mather: "The whole colony of Connecticut considered him as a principal pillar and father of the colony. I suppose the first preacher that ever preached with...our New England, was the Rev. Warham; who, though he was sometimes faulted for it by some judicious men who had never heard him, yet when once they came...
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Bibliotheca Sacra, Volume 26

Bible - 1869
...probabilities seem rather to favor the old church at Windsor. Cotton Mather says of the pastor : " I suppose the first preacher that ever preached with notes in our New England, was the Rev. Mr. Warham ; who though he were sometimes faulted for it by some judicious men who had never heard...
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Bibliotheca Sacra and Theological Review, Volume 26

Theology - 1869
...probabilities seem rather to favor the old chnrch at Windsor. Cotton Mather says of the pastor : " I suppose the first preacher that ever preached with notes in our New England, was *he Rev. Mr. Warham ; who though he were sometimes faulted for it by some judicious men who had never...
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"Windsor Farmes": A Glimpse of an Old Parish, Together with the Deciphered ...

John Alden Stoughton - East Windsor (Conn.) - 1883 - 142 pages
...active temperament of the man. In reference to this matter Cotton Mather, in his " Magnalia," says : " I suppose the first Preacher that ever preached with...our New England, was the Rev. Warham, who though he was some times faulted for it by some judicious men who had never heard him, yet when once they came...
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The New Englander, Volume 43

Criticism - 1884
...without a manuscript, and so helps, incidentally, to confirm the wellknown statement of Cotton Mather : " I suppose the first preacher that ever preached with notes in our New England was the Rev. Warham" [John Warham, of Windsor]. It is a comfort, also, for humbler men who have been in a like predicament,...
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New Englander and Yale Review, Volume 43

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - United States - 1884
...without a manuscript, and so helps, incidentally, to confirm the wellknown statement of Cotton Mather : " I suppose the first preacher that ever preached with notes in our New England was the Rev. Warham" [John Warham, of Windsor]. It iB a comfort, also, for humbler men who have been in a like predicament,...
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