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The present state of New-England. Considered in a discourse on the necessities and advantages of a public spirit in every man; especially, at such a time as this. Made at the lecture in Boston 20.d. 1.m. 1690. Upon the news of an invasion by bloody Indians and French-men, begun upon us. / By Cotton Mather. ; [Two line epigram in Latin]

Title:The present state of New-England. Considered in a discourse on the necessities and advantages of a public spirit in every man; especially, at such a time as this. Made at the lecture in Boston 20.d. 1.m. 1690. Upon the news of an invasion by bloody Indians and French-men, begun upon us. / By Cotton Mather. ; [Two line epigram in Latin]
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Note:Boston : Printed by Samuel Green., 1690
  
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Subject:United States -- History -- King William's War, 1689-1697 -- Addresses, sermons, etc
Subject:New England -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775
Subject:Sermons -- 1690
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