Nevv Englands first fruits; in respect, first of the conversion of some, conviction of divers, preparation of sundry of the Indians. 2. Of the progresse of learning, in the colledge at Cambridge in Massacusets Bay. With divers other speciall matters concerning the countrey. Published by the instant request of sundry friends, who desire to be satisfied in these points by many New-Englands men who are here present, and were eye or eare-witnesses of the same.
Printed by R. O. and G. D. for Henry Overton and are to be sold at his shop in Popes-head-Alley,
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