Reprint. Originally published: London : John Russell Smith, 1856.
|Other titles||Remarkable providences|
|Statement||by Increase Mather.|
|LC Classifications||F7 .M438 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 262 p. :|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||97072584|
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What I have learned personally through the events of providence recorded in this written testimony below is reminiscent of a line from William Cowper’s hymn, God moves in a mysterious way, “Behind a frowning providence, He hides a smiling face.” Mama Kim. Our story begins during the Japanese colonial occupation of Korea (). GOD HAVE MERCY ON THIS HOUSE: BEING A BRIEF CHRONICLE OF SMALLPOX IN COLONIAL NEW ENGLAND. by STANLEY M. ARONSON and LUCILE NEWMAN. Introduction “Because of the destroying angel standing over the Town, a day of prayer is needed that we may prepare to meet our God.” Thus wrote Cotton Mather in as his Boston congregation faced the return. See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive. A line drawing of the Internet Archive headquarters building façade. An illustration of a magnifying glass. Full text of "Remarkable providences illustrative of the earlier days of American colonisation. With introductory pref.". Throughout the narrative, Rowlandson referred to the New England Puritans, and never the Indians, as motivation for God's actions. When the Indians were successful, Rowlandson believed this success came not from the merit of the Indians but from the sins of the colonists.
Get this from a library! Memoirs of Captain Roger Clap.: Relating some of God's remarkable providences to him, in bringing him into New England ; and some of the straits and afflictions, the good people met with here in their beginnings.: And instructing, counselling, directing, and commanding his children and childrens' children, and household, to serve the Lord in their generations to the. I highly recommend this book to those with an interest in New England colonial history between roughly and Two incidents succinctly and fairly recounted in this book (and which have been recounted in many other histories of the period) that worth mentioning here are 1) the slaughter of roughly Connecticut Pequot Indians /5(39). Get this from a library! Memoirs of Captain Roger Clap: Relating some of God's remarkable providences to him, in bringing him into New-England ; and some of the straits and afflictions, the good people met with here in their beginnings. And instructing, counselling, directing and commanding his children and childrens children, and houshold, to serve the Lord in their generations to the latest. Click to read more about Remarkable Providences: Readings on Early American History by John Demos. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers. All about Remarkable Providences: Readings on Early American History by John Demos. New England (1) non-fiction (1) North America (1) 3/5.