An impartial account of the state of New England, or, The late government there, vindicated in answer to the Declaration which the faction set forth when they overturned that government : with a relation of the horrible usage they treated the governour with , and his Council, and all that had His Majesty's commission : in a letter to the clergy there /
|Main Author:||Palmer, John, 1650-1700?|
|Corporate Author:||Early English Books Online.|
Printed for Edward Poole ...,
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Dated (p. 40): From the Castle the twentieth day of June, 1689.
"Written by a member of the Council of Governor Andros, as a vindication of the deposed government, and in reply to 'The declaration of the gentlemen, merchants, and inhabitants of Boston, and the countrey adjacent.' It was first published anonymously, in 1689, at Boston or elsewhere in the colonies, under caption: 'The present state of New-England impartially considered, in a letter to the clergy.' The text of the London edition differs considerably from that of the American edition"--NUC pre-1956 imprints.
Reproduction of original in the Huntington Library.