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The Resource The wonderful works of God commemorated. : Praises bespoke for the God in heaven in a thanksgiving sermon; delivered on Decemb. 19. 1689. Containing just reflections upon the excellent things done by the great God, more generally in creation and redemption, and in the government of the world; but more particularly in the remarkable revolutions of providence which are every where the matter of present observation. With a postscript giving an account of some very stupendous accidents, which have lately happened in France., By Cotton Mather. ; To which is added a sermon preached unto the convention of the Massachuset-Colony in New-England, with a short narrative of several prodigies, which New-England hath of late had the alarms of heaven in, (electronic resource)

The wonderful works of God commemorated. : Praises bespoke for the God in heaven in a thanksgiving sermon; delivered on Decemb. 19. 1689. Containing just reflections upon the excellent things done by the great God, more generally in creation and redemption, and in the government of the world; but more particularly in the remarkable revolutions of providence which are every where the matter of present observation. With a postscript giving an account of some very stupendous accidents, which have lately happened in France., By Cotton Mather. ; To which is added a sermon preached unto the convention of the Massachuset-Colony in New-England, with a short narrative of several prodigies, which New-England hath of late had the alarms of heaven in, (electronic resource)

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The wonderful works of God commemorated. : Praises bespoke for the God in heaven in a thanksgiving sermon; delivered on Decemb. 19. 1689. Containing just reflections upon the excellent things done by the great God, more generally in creation and redemption, and in the government of the world; but more particularly in the remarkable revolutions of providence which are every where the matter of present observation. With a postscript giving an account of some very stupendous accidents, which have lately happened in France.
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The wonderful works of God commemorated.
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Praises bespoke for the God in heaven in a thanksgiving sermon; delivered on Decemb. 19. 1689. Containing just reflections upon the excellent things done by the great God, more generally in creation and redemption, and in the government of the world; but more particularly in the remarkable revolutions of providence which are every where the matter of present observation. With a postscript giving an account of some very stupendous accidents, which have lately happened in France.
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By Cotton Mather. ; To which is added a sermon preached unto the convention of the Massachuset-Colony in New-England, with a short narrative of several prodigies, which New-England hath of late had the alarms of heaven in
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Microform version available in the Readex Early American Imprints series
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MWA
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  • 540
  • M1171
  • 453
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  • Evans
  • Wing (2nd ed.)
  • Holmes, T.J. Cotton Mather
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1663-1728
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Mather, Cotton
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non fiction
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  • 1614?-1680
  • 1663-1728
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  • Ashurst, Henry
  • Mather, Cotton
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The wonderful works of God commemorated. : Praises bespoke for the God in heaven in a thanksgiving sermon; delivered on Decemb. 19. 1689. Containing just reflections upon the excellent things done by the great God, more generally in creation and redemption, and in the government of the world; but more particularly in the remarkable revolutions of providence which are every where the matter of present observation. With a postscript giving an account of some very stupendous accidents, which have lately happened in France., By Cotton Mather. ; To which is added a sermon preached unto the convention of the Massachuset-Colony in New-England, with a short narrative of several prodigies, which New-England hath of late had the alarms of heaven in, (electronic resource)
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  • Dedicated to Henry Ashurst
  • Errors in paging: 2nd count, p. 39, 64 misnumbered 93, 62; 4th count, p. 36 misnumbered 26
  • "The way to prosperity. A sermon preached to the Honourable convention of the Governour, Council, and Representatives of the Massachuset-Colony in New-England; on May 23. 1689. By Cotton Mather. ..."--[7], 26 [i.e., 36], 5, [8] p., with separate title page. Two varied imprints noted: "Boston. Printed by R. Pierce. For Joseph Brunning, Obadiah Gill, and James Woode." and "Boston. Printed by Richard Pierce. For Benjamin Harris." Both variants were evidently issued separately as well
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14 cm. (8vo)
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[8], 62 [i.e., 64], [7], 26 [i.e., 36], 5, [8] p.
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Restricted to institutions with a site license to the Digital Evans Edition
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The wonderful works of God commemorated. : Praises bespoke for the God in heaven in a thanksgiving sermon; delivered on Decemb. 19. 1689. Containing just reflections upon the excellent things done by the great God, more generally in creation and redemption, and in the government of the world; but more particularly in the remarkable revolutions of providence which are every where the matter of present observation. With a postscript giving an account of some very stupendous accidents, which have lately happened in France., By Cotton Mather. ; To which is added a sermon preached unto the convention of the Massachuset-Colony in New-England, with a short narrative of several prodigies, which New-England hath of late had the alarms of heaven in, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Dedicated to Henry Ashurst
  • Errors in paging: 2nd count, p. 39, 64 misnumbered 93, 62; 4th count, p. 36 misnumbered 26
  • "The way to prosperity. A sermon preached to the Honourable convention of the Governour, Council, and Representatives of the Massachuset-Colony in New-England; on May 23. 1689. By Cotton Mather. ..."--[7], 26 [i.e., 36], 5, [8] p., with separate title page. Two varied imprints noted: "Boston. Printed by R. Pierce. For Joseph Brunning, Obadiah Gill, and James Woode." and "Boston. Printed by Richard Pierce. For Benjamin Harris." Both variants were evidently issued separately as well
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
mixed
Control code
aas03024924
Dimensions
14 cm. (8vo)
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[8], 62 [i.e., 64], [7], 26 [i.e., 36], 5, [8] p.
File format
multiple file formats
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Restricted to institutions with a site license to the Digital Evans Edition
Level of compression
lossless
Note
Access limited to authenticated Bowdoin College Library users
Quality assurance targets
absent
Reformatting quality
access
Reproduction note
Electronic text and image data.
Specific material designation
remote
System details
Mode of access: World Wide Web

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