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Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
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The A, B, C. of religion. Lessons relating to the fear of God, fitted unto the youngest & lowest capacities. And children suitably instructed in the maxims of religion. : [One line from I John]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston, : Printed & sold by Timothy Green, at the lower end of Middle-Street,, 1713
1713
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An abstract of a letter to Cotton Mather of Boston in New-England.
Maule, Thomas, 1645-1724
[New York] : Printed [by William Bradford], in the year 1701
1701
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An abstract of a letter to Cotton Mather of Boston in New-England. By T.M
Maule, Thomas, 1645-1724
[New York] : Printed [by William Bradford], in the year 1701
1701
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The accomplished singer. Instructions how the piety of singing with a true devotion, may be obtained and expressed; the glorious God after an uncommon manner glorified in it, and his people edified. : Intended for the assistance of all that would sing Psalms with grace in their hearts; but more particularly to accompany the laudable endeavours of those who are learning to sing by rule, and seeking to preserve a regular singing in the assemblies of the faithful. : [Two lines of quotation]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston: : Printed by B. Green, for S. Gerrish, at his shop in Cornhill., 1721
1721
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The will of a father submitted to. The duty of patient submission to every condition, which the providence of God, orders for the children of men. Enforced from the glorious pattern of the blessed Jesus, readily and cheerfully submitting to take the cup, which his father had given him. In a very brief discourse, made with a special regard unto a religious family, burying an only son. And at a time of much affliction in the neighbourhood. : [Two lines from Psalms]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston: : Printed by Thomas Fleet, for Daniel Henchman in King-Street., 1713
1713
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Addresses to old men, and young men, and little children. In three discourses ... To which may be added, a short scriptural catechism, accommodated unto their capacities.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston: : Printed by R. Pierce, for Nicholas Buttolph, at the corner shop, next to Gutteridge's Coffee-House., 1690
1690
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Adversus libertinos. Or, Evangelical obedience described and demanded; in an essay to establish, the holy law of the glorious God, upon the principles, of justification by the faith of the Gospel.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston: : Printed by B. Green, for Samuel Gerrish, at his shop over against the South Meeting-House in Marlborough Street., 1713
1713
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Adversus libertinos. Or, Evangelical obedience described and demanded in an essay to establish, the holy law of the glorious God, upon the principles, of justification by the faith of the Gospel. By Cotton Mather, D.D. [Nine lines of quotations]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston : Printed by B. Green, for Samuel Gerrish, at his shop over against the South Meeting-House in Marlborough Street, 1713
1713
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Advice from Taberah. A sermon preached after the terrible fire, which, (attended with some very lamentable and memorable circumstances, on Oct. 2,3. 1711.) laid a considerable part of Boston, in ashes. Directing a pious improvement of every calamity, but more especially of so calamitous a desolation.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston in N.E. : Printed by B. Green: sold by Samuel Gerrish, at his shop at the Sign of the Buck over against the South Meeting-House., 1711
1711
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Advice from Taberah A sermon preached after the terrible fire, which, (attended with some very lamentable and memorable circumstances, on Oct. 2,3. 1711.) laid a considerable part of Boston, in ashes. Directing a pious improvement of every calamity, but more especially of so calamitous a desolation. By Cotton Mather, D.D. [Two lines from Numbers]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston in N.E. : Printed by B. Green: sold by Samuel Gerrish, at his shop at the Sign of the Buck over against the South Meeting-House, 1711
1711
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Advice from the watch tower. In a testimony against evil customes. A brief essay to declare the danger & mischief of all evil customes, in general; and offer a more particular catalogue of evil customes growing upon us; with certain methods for the prevention and suppression of them. : [Nine lines of quotations]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston, : Printed by J. Allen, for N. Boone, at the Sign of the Bible in Cornhill., 1713
1713
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An advice, to the churches of the faithful: briefly reporting, the present state of the church, throughout the world; and bespeaking, that fervent prayer for the church. Which this time calleth for. : [Four lines of quotations]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston: : Printed by B. Green, & J. Allen., 1702
1702
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Coelestinus. A conversation in heaven, quickened and assisted, with discoveries of things in the heavenly world. : And some relations of the views and joys that have been granted unto several persons in the confines of it. : Introduced by Agathangelus, or, An essay on the ministry of the holy angels. And recommended unto the people of God, by the very Reverend, Dr. Increase Mather; waiting in the daily expectation of his departure to that glorious world
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston: : Printed by S. Kneeland, for Nath. Belknap, at his shop the corner of Scarletts Wharffe, and next door to the Mitre Coffee House., 1723
1723
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Agreeable admonitions for old & young. Or, Aged piety honoured, and early piety quickened. In a brief discourse, delivered, April 25. 1703. : [Two lines of quotation in Latin]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston, : Printed by T. Green, sold by Benjam.n [sic] Eliot,, 1703
1703
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Agricola. Or, The religious husbandman: the main intentions of religion, served in the business and language of husbandry. A work adapted unto the grand purposes of piety; and commended therefore by a number of ministers, to be entertained in the families of the countrey. : [One line from I Corinthians]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston: : Printed by T. Fleet, for D. Henchman, over-against the Brick Meeting-House in Cornhil,, 1727
1727
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The ambassadors tears. A minister of the gospel, making his just and sad complaint of an unsuccessful ministry. : [Four lines of Scripture texts]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston: : Printed and sold by T. Fleet., 1721
1721
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American tears upon the ruines of the Greek churches. A compendious, but entertaining history of the darkness come upon the Greek churches, in Europe and Asia.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston in N.E. : Printed by B. Green, & J. Allen, for, & sold by Samuel Sewall Junior., 1701
1701
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American tears upon the ruines of the Greek churches. A compendious, but entertaining history of the darkness come upon the Greek churches, in Europe and Asia. Composed by an American. And published, partly to bespeak a more frequent remembrance of those (once) famous churches, in the prayers of the faithful afar off. And, partly, to suggest unto other churches, the advice and warning to be thence taken, that their candlestick, may not be removed out of its place. With, an appendix containing a
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston in N.E. : Printed by B. Green, & J. Allen, for, & sold by Samuel Sewall Junior, 1701
1701
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The angel of Bethesda.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Barre, Mass., American Antiquarian Society and Barre Publishers, 1972
 
1972
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The angel of Bethesda, visiting the invalids of a miserable world [Seven lines of quotations]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
New-London [Conn.]: : Printed and sold by Timothy Green., 1722
1722
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More wonders of the invisible world: or, The wonders of the invisible world, displayed in five parts. Part I.--An account of the sufferings of Margaret Rule, written by the Rev. C.M. Part II.--Several letters to the author, &c. and his reply relating to witchcraft. Part III.--The differences between the inhabitants of Salem-Village, and Mr. Parris, their minister, in New-England. Part IV.--Letters of a gentleman uninterested, endeavouring to prove the received opinions about witchcraft to be ort
Calef, Robert, 1648-1719
[Salem, Mass.] : Printed in London in the year 1700. Re-printed in Salem, Massachusetts, 1796 [i.e., 1797], by William Carlton. Sold at Cushing & Carlton's Book-Store, at the Bible and Heart, Essex-Street., [1797]
1797
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More wonders of the invisible world: or, The wonders of the invisible world, displayed in five parts. ... To which is added, a postscript, relating to a book entitled, "The life of Sir William Phips." Collected by Robert Calef, merchant, of Boston, in New-England
Calef, Robert, 1648-1719
[Salem, Mass.] : Printed in London in the year 1700. Re-printed in Salem, Massachusetts, 1796, by William Carlton. Sold at Cushing & Carlton's Book-Store, at the Bible and Heart, Essex-Street, [1797]
1797
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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. And, put into the hands of the English and the Dutch traders: to accommodate the great intention of communicating the Christian religion, unto the salvages, among whom they may find any thing of this language to be intelligible. : [Three lines from Ezekiel]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston: : Printed by B. Green., 1707
1707
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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 And, put into the hands of the English and the Dutch traders: to accommodate the great intention of communicating the Christian religion, unto the salvages, among whom they may find any thing of this language to be intelligible. [Three lines from Ezekiel]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston : Printed by B. Green, 1707
1707
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The Answer of several ministers in and near Boston to that case of conscience, whether it is lawful for a man to marry his wives own sister?

Boston in N.E. : Printed and sold by Bartholomew Green, 1695
1695
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The armour of Christianity. A treatise, detecting first, the plots of the devil against our happiness. Declaring then, the wiles by which those plots are managed. And propounding, lastly, the thoughts by which those wiles may be defeated. : [Two lines from Numbers]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston, in N.E. : Printed by Timothy Green, for Benjamin Eliot, under the west end of the Exchange., 1704
1704
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The armour of Christianity A treatise, detecting first, the plots of the devil against our happiness. Declaring then, the wiles by which those plots are managed. And propounding, lastly, the thoughts by which those wiles may be defeated. [Two lines from Numbers]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston, in N.E. : Printed by Timothy Green, for Benjamin Eliot, under the west end of the Exchange, 1704
1704
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Awakening thoughts on the sleep of death. A short essay, on the sleep, which by death, all men must fall into; the meaning of that lively metaphor, the nature of the sleep and the method by which we may enter into an happy rest, when we fall asleep. : With a debt paid unto the memory of some that sleep in Jesus.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston in N.E. : Printed and sold by Timothy Green, in Middle Street., 1712
1712
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Awakening thoughts on the sleep of death A short essay, on the sleep, which by death, all men must fall into; the meaning of that lively metaphor, the nature of the sleep and the method by which we may enter into an happy rest, when we fall asleep. With a debt paid unto the memory of some that sleep in Jesus. By Cotton Mather, D.D. [Two lines from Acts]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston in N.E. : Printed and sold by Timothy Green, in Middle Street, 1712
1712
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The balance of the sanctuary. A short and plain essay; declaring, the true balance wherein every thing should be weighed, and, detecting, the false balance wherein many things are weighed, among the children of men. : A lecture; in the audience of the General Assembly at Boston, Oct. 5. 1727. : [One line from Leviticus]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston: : Printed and sold by T. Fleet, in Pudding-Lane, near the Town-House., 1727
1727
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The balance of the sanctuary A short and plain essay; declaring, the true balance wherein every thing should be weighed, and, detecting, the false balance wherein many things are weighed, among the children of men. A lecture; in the audience of the General Assembly at Boston, Oct. 5. 1727. [One line from Leviticus]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston : Printed and sold by T. Fleet, in Pudding-Lane, near the Town-House, 1727
1727
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Balsamum vulnerarium ex Scriptura. The cause and cure of a wounded spirit: in a discourse ... Being two sermons, preached at Boston, in the month of December. 1691.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston, : Printed by Bartholomew Green, and John Allen, for Nicholas Buttolph, at the corner of Gutteridge's Coffee House., 1692
1692
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Baptismal piety. Two brief essays. I. The angel of the waters. Instructing the spectators of the sacred baptism, administred in our assemblies, how to make it a most profitable spectacle. II. The angel of the little ones directing the aims and the frames wherewith parents are to bring their infants unto the holy baptism. : [One line from Ezekiel]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston: : [s.n.], Printed in the year 1727
1727
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Baptismal piety Two brief essays. I. The angel of the waters. Instructing the spectators of the sacred baptism, administred in our assemblies, how to make it a most profitable spectacle. II. The angel of the little ones directing the aims and the frames wherewith parents are to bring their infants unto the holy baptism. [One line from Ezekiel]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston : [s.n.], Printed in the year 1727
1727
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Baptistes. Or, A conference, about the subject and manner of baptism: moderately, but successfully managed, between a minister who maintain'd infant-baptism, and a gentleman who scrupled it. : Now published, at the desire and for the service of some serious Christians, who have apprehended the explanation and the establishment of the truth in this matter, to be of some consequence to the interests of Christianity. : [Three lines from Cyril]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
[Boston : s.n.], Printed in the year 1705
1705
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Baptistes. Or, A conference about the subject and manner of baptism moderately, but successfully managed, between a minister who maintain'd infant-baptism, and a gentleman who scrupled it. Now published, at the desire and for the service of some serious Christians, who have apprehended the explanation and the establishment of the truth in this matter, to be of some consequence to the interests of Christianity
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston: : Printed by T. Fleet, for J. Phillips, at his shop on the south side of the Town-House., 1724
1724
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Baptistes. Or, A conference about the subject and manner of baptism moderately, but successfully managed, between a minister who maintain'd infant-baptism, and a gentleman who scrupled it. Now published, at the desire and for the service of some serious Christians, who hav apprehended the explanation and the establishment of the truth in this matter, to be of some consequence to the interests of Christianity
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston : Printed by T. Fleet, for J. Phillips, at his shop on the south side of the Town-House, 1724
1724
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Batteries upon the kingdom of the devil seasonable discourses upon some common, but woful, instances, wherein men gratifie the grand enemy of their salvation
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
London : Printed for Nath. Hiller ..., 1695
1695
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Benedictus. Good men described, and the glories of their goodness, declared. With some character & history of one who belonged unto the tribe: namely, Mr. Thomas Bridge, a late Pastor of the First-Church in Boston; who expired, 26 d. VII m. 1715. : Whereto there is added, an instrument, which he wrote, when he drew near his end, and left as a legacy to survivers, relating some of his experiences; and offering some testimonies to the cause of religion.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston: : Printed by B. Green, for Samuel Gerrish, Daniel Henchman, and Benjamin Gray., 1715
1715
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Benedictus. Good men described, and the glories of their goodness, declared. With some character & history of one who belonged unto the tribe: namely, Mr. Thomas Bridge, a late Pastor of the First-Church in Boston; who expired, 26 d. VII m. 1715. Whereto there is added, an instrument, which he wrote, when he drew near his end, and left as a legacy to survivers, relating some of his experiences; and offering some testimonies to the cause of religion. By C. Mather, D.D. & F.R.S
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston : Printed by B. Green, for Samuel Gerrish, Daniel Henchman, and Benjamin Gray, 1715
1715
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The best ornaments of youth. A short essay, on the good things, which are found in some, and should be found in all, young people. And which, wherever they are found, heaven will take a favourable notice of them. : A sermon published by a religious society of young people, that were the hearers of it. : [Two lines from Peter]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston, in N.E. : Printed and sold by Timothy Green, at the north end of the town,, 1707
1707
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The best way of living; which is to die daily: very briefly described and commended in a plain discourse, made at a time, when the author had newly seen repeated strokes of death, on his own family. And the publisher had his family also struck with a sudden death upon a vital part of it. : 22. d. IX. m. 1713.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston, : Printed by J. Allen,, 1713
1713
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The best way of living; which is to die daily very briefly described and commended in a plain discourse, made at a time, when the author had newly seen repeated strokes of death, on his own family. And the publisher had his family also struck with a sudden death upon a vital part of it. 22. d. IX. m. 1713. By Cotton Mather, D.D. [One line from 2 Corinthians]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston : Printed by J. Allen, 1713
1713
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Bethiah. The glory which adorns the daughters of God. And the piety, wherewith Zion wishes to see her daughters glorious. : [Two lines from Canticles]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston: : Printed by J. Franklin, for S. Gerrish, at his shop in Cornhill., 1722
1722
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Bethiah The glory which adorns the daughters of God. And the piety, wherewith Zion wishes to see her daughters glorious. [Two lines from Canticles]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston : Printed by J. Franklin, for S. Gerrish, at his shop in Cornhill, 1722
1722
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The life of the very Reverend and learned Cotton Mather, D.D. & F.R.S. late Pastor of the North Church in Boston. Who died, Feb. 13. 1727,8.
Mather, Samuel, 1706-1785
Boston, New-England: : Printed for Samuel Gerrish, in Cornhill., MDCCXXIX. [1729]
1729
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Blessed unions an union with the Son of God by Faith, and an union in the Church of God by love, importunately pressed in a discourse which makes divers offers for those unions : together with a copy of those articles where-upon a most happy union ha's been lately made between those two eminent parties in England, which have now changed the names of Presbyterians and Congregationals, for that of United Brethren
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston : Printed by B. Green and J. Allen for Samuel Phillips, 1692
1692
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Blessed unions. An union with the son of God by faith. And, an union in the church of God by love, importunately pressed; in a discourse which makes divers offers, for those unions; together with a copy of those articles, where-upon a most happy union, has been lately made between those two eminent parties in England, which have now changed the names of Presbyterians, and Congregationals, for that of United Brethren.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston, : Printed by B. Green, & J. Allen, for Samuel Phillips., 1692
1692
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Boanerges. A short essay to preserve and strengthen the good impressions produced by earthquakes on the minds of people that have been awakened with them. : With some views of what is to be further and quickly look'd for. : Address'd unto the whole people of New-England, who have been terrified with the late earthquakes; and more especially the towns that have had a more singular share in the terrors of them. : [Three lines from I Chronicles]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston: : Printed for S. Kneeland, and sold at his shop in King-Street., 1727
1727
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Boanerges A short essay to preserve and strengthen the good impressions produced by earthquakes on the minds of people that have been awakened with them. With some views of what is to be further and quickly look'd for. Address'd unto the whole people of New-England, who have been terrified with the late earthquakes; and more especially the towns that have had a more singular share in the terrors of them. [Three lines from I Chronicles]
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Boston : Printed for S. Kneeland, and sold at his shop in King-Street, 1727
1727
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