A concise, historical view of the perils, hardships, difficulties and discouragements which have attended the planting and progressive improvements of New-England with a particular account of its long and destructive wars, expensive expeditions, &c. With reflections, principally, moral and religious. In two discourses, preached at Roxbury on the general fast, April 6. 1769. And published at the general desire of the hearers. By Amos Adams, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Roxbury. [Seven lines of quotations]
Printed and sold by Kneeland and Adams, next to the Treasurer's Office in Milk-Street,
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