3 edition of New-Englands duty and interest to be an habitation of justice and mountain of holiness found in the catalog.
New-Englands duty and interest to be an habitation of justice and mountain of holiness
|Other titles||New Englands duty and interest to be an habitation of justice and mountain of holiness|
|Statement||by Nicholas Noyes ..|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 797:23|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 99,  p|
|Number of Pages||99|
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New-Englands duty and interest, to be an habitation of justice, and mountain of holiness: Containing doctrine, caution & comfort with something relating to the restaurations, reformations and benedictions, promised to the church and world in the latter dayes ; with grounds of hope, that America in general, & New-England in particular, may have a part therein.
New-Englands duty and interest to be an habitation of justice and mountain of holiness: containing doctrine, caution, & comfort: with something relating to the restaurations, reformations, and benedictions promised to the church and world in the latter dayes: with grounds of hope, that America in general & New-England in particular may may have a part therein: preached to the General.
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To my worthy friend, Mr. James Bayley, living (if living) in Roxbury. Massachusetts. General Court: New-Englands duty and interest, to be an habitation of justice, and mountain of holiness. Containing doctrine, caution & comfort with something relating to the restaurations, reformations and benedictions, promised to the church and world in the latter dayes; with grounds of hope, that America in general, & New.
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