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sent to kinge Edwarde the syxte." This leaf, although called for in the table of contents as f. 319 (error for 309),

is very seldom found.- Catalogue.] 5475 Massachusetts. The General Laws and Liberties of the

Massachusetts Colony. Revised and reprinted, by order of the General Court Holden at Boston, May 15, 1672, woodcut of the Colony arms on back of title, original sheepskin, m. e., in slip case, Cambridge (Mass.), printed by Samuel Green for John Usher, of Boston, 1672, folio (206)

Quaritch, 4105 [The present is the second publication of the Laws, the first having been issued in 1660. This copy consists of title ; 170 pp. ; the table (28 pp.) completing the main volume. Then follow some Session Laws of 15th May, 1672, pp. 1-6 and a blank leaf; Session Laws of 8th October, 1672 and 7th May, 1673, etc., pp. 7-12 ; Session Laws, 27th

May, 1674, pp. 11-15.- Catalogue.] 5476 Massachusetts, or the First Planters of New England, the

End and Manner of their coming thither and Abode there, in several Epistles, levant morocco extra, g. e., by W. Pratt, Boston, B. Green and J. Allen, 1696, small 8vo. (207)

Quaritch, £12 5477 Mather (Cotton). Late Memorable Providences relating to

Witchcrafts and Possessions, clearly manifesting not only that there are Witches, but that good men (as well as others) may possibly have their lives shortened by such evil Instruments of Satan. The second impression, recommended by the Reverend Mr. Richard Baxter in London and the Ministers of Boston and Charlestown in New England, calf gilt, by F. Bedford, Tho. Parkhurst, 1691, small 8vo. (209)

Maggs, £4 6s. [The original edition was printed at Boston in 1689. —

Catalogue.] 5478 Mather (Cotton). Johannes in Eremo. Memoirs relating to

the Lives of the ever-memorable Mr. John Cotton, Mr. John Norton, Mr. John Wilson, Mr. John Davenport, Reverend and Renowned ministers of the Gospel, all in the more immediate service of our Church in Boston and Mr. Thomas Hooker, Pastor at the Church at Hartford, morocco extra, g. e., by F. Bedford, Boston, Michael Perry, 1695, small 8vo. (210)

B. F. Stevens, £5 1os. 5479 Mather (Cotton). Magnalia

Christi Americana, or the Ecclesiastical History of New England from its first Planting in the year 1620 unto the Year of our Lord 1698, in Seven Books, folding map, morocco, g.e., by the Club Bindery, Thomas Parkhurst, 1702, folio (212) H. Stevens, £24

(With note by Mr. Lefferts, “Contains (inserted) the exceedingly rare original two leaves of 'Errata,' the only copy which I have been able to trace.” Whenever found, these two leaves must of necessity be inserted as they were printed in America upon the arrival of copies of the book from England. - Catalogue

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Ordered by them to be published in their Boston NewsLetter, morocco, g. e., by F. Bedford, Printed in the year 1708, 8vo. (232)

Edwards, £2 16s. (This copy wanted the dedication, signed “A. H.," from which the authorship has been attributed to Alexander Holmes, one of the subscribers to the memorial against Governor Dudley. A folding pedigree of the Dudley

Family is inserted. --Catalogue.
5486 New England's Ensigne, it being the Account of Cruelty,

the Professor's Pride and the Articles of their Faith,
signified in Characters written in blood wickedly begun,
barbarously continued and inhumanly finished (so far as
they have gone) by the present power of darkness possesst
in the Priests and Rulers in New England, with the Dutch
also inhabiting the same Land, . . . This being an Account
of the sufferings sustained by us in New England (with the
Dutch), 1657-8. With a Letter to John Indicot and
John Norton Also the several late conditions of a
Friend upon Road-Island, etc., morocco, g. e., T. L. for G.
Calvert, 1659, 4to. (233)

Quaritch, £33
[Contains the scarce leaf of errata. Written by Humphry
Norton, John Rous and John Copeland. One Robert
Hodgson, arrested for preaching in the streets of New
Amsterdam, was brought before a magistrate named Gilder-
sleeve, who sentenced him “to work two yeers at a wheel.
barrow with a Negro, or pay or cause to be paid six hundred
Gilders." He was not even suffered to speak in his own
defence, but chained to the wheelbarrow and ordered to

work.–Catalogue.]
5487 New Jersey. A Bill in the Chancery of New Jersey at the

suit of John Earl of Stair and other Proprietors of the
Eastern Division of New Jersey ; against Benjamin Bond
and some other persons of Elizabeth-Town distinguished
by the name of the Clinker-Lot Right Men, 3 large folding
maps engraved on copper by James Turner, half morocco,
t.e.g., by the Club Bindery, Printed by James Parker in
New York and a few copies are to be sold by him and Ben.
jamin Franklin in Philadelphia, 1747, folio (235)

Quaritch, £18 1os. 5488 New York. To all Whom these Presents may concern, 8pp.,

half green morocco, g. t., uncut, by the Club Bindery,
Printed and sold by William Bradford in the City of New
York, 1713, folio (236)

H. Stevens, £10
[A scarce and interesting anonymous piece relating to
the objections of the inhabitants to be taxed for the support
of the English Government. It threatens chastisement if

the revenue is not provided.- Catalogue.]
5489 Palmer (John). An Impartial Account of the State of New

England, or the Late Government there Vindicated. In
answer to the Declaration which the Faction set forth
when they Overturned that Government. With a Relation
of the horrible usage they treated the Governour with, and

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