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Journal of Richard Mather. 1635. His Life and Death. 1670. (Collections of the Dorchester Antiquarian and Historical Society. Number Three.), Mather, Richard; [Mather, Increase]

Author    Mather, Richard; [Mather, Increase]

Title   Journal of Richard Mather. 1635. His Life and Death. 1670. (Collections of the Dorchester Antiquarian and Historical Society. Number Three.)

Binding   Hard Cover

Book Condition   Good

Jacket Condition   No Jacket

Edition   Second Edition

Publisher    David Clapp & Son 1874

Seller ID   2003582

Second edition. Ink underlining on seven pages only (all are mentions of the Angel Gabriel), boards a bit rubbed, faint stain on top margin, lightly foxed throughout, owner bookplate of Andrew Mack Haines on front endpaper, ink gift note from him to Rev. F.J. Poynton dated 1879 on front flyleaf. 1874 Hard Cover. iv, 106 pp. Brown cloth spine over paper-covered boards, black stamped titles with double-rule on front board. A reissue of the 1635 journal of Puritan clergyman Richard Mather (father of Increase, grandfather of Cotton), who traveled to Boston in that year, and settled in Dorchester as the preacher at their church. This edition also includes The Life and Death of That Revered Man of God, Mr. Richard Mather, Teacher of the Church in Dorchester in New-England (Sabin 46700; Evans 150; Wing M1226). This work was written by Richard's son Increase, and originally published in Cambridge in 1670, the year after Richard's death.

Price = 75.00 USD


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