A brief account concerning several of the agents of New-England, their negotiation at the Court of England with some remarks on the new charter granted to the Colony of Massachusets shewing that all things duely considered, greater priviledges than what are therein contained, could not at this time rationally be expected by the people there.
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Page 22 dated and signed: London, Novemb. 16, 1691. Increase Mather.
"An extract of a letter (written by some of the most eminent nonconformist divines in London,) concerning the new charter granted to the Colony of Massachusetts in New-England. To the much honoured General Court assembled at Boston, in New England" dated and signed: London, Octob. 17, 11691. William Bates, Thomas Woodcock, Matthew Mead ... [et al.] (p. 23-24).
Reproduction of original from Huntington Library.
Sabin no. 46637.
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