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A present from a farr countrey, to the people of New England. I. A great voice from heaven, to these parts of the earth: in an excellent letter full of divine rarities, lately written from a terrible prison in France; / by a pious confessor of the reformed religion, once an inhabitant of this countrey. ; (With some late remarkables, of the persecution, upon the reformed in that kingdom.) II. The golden bells of the great high priest, heard from heaven, through the land. Or, Meditations, upon the methods of grace, wherein a few faithful persons may be the happy instruments of delivering a land, from all its iniquities & calamities.

Title:A present from a farr countrey, to the people of New England. I. A great voice from heaven, to these parts of the earth: in an excellent letter full of divine rarities, lately written from a terrible prison in France; / by a pious confessor of the reformed religion, once an inhabitant of this countrey. ; (With some late remarkables, of the persecution, upon the reformed in that kingdom.) II. The golden bells of the great high priest, heard from heaven, through the land. Or, Meditations, upon the methods of grace, wherein a few faithful persons may be the happy instruments of delivering a land, from all its iniquities & calamities.
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Note:Boston, : printed by B. Green, and J. Allen, for Michael Perry, at his shop, under the west end of the Town-House., 1698
  
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