The Resource A further accompt of the progresse of the gospel amongst the Indians in New-England, and of the means used effectually to advance the same. : Set forth in certaine letters sent from thence declaring a purpose of printing the Scriptures in the Indian tongue into which they are already translated. With which letters are likewise sent an epitome of some exhortations delivered by the Indians at a fast, as testimonies of their obedience to the gospell. As also Some helps directing the Indians how to improve naturall reason unto the knowledge of the true God

A further accompt of the progresse of the gospel amongst the Indians in New-England, and of the means used effectually to advance the same. : Set forth in certaine letters sent from thence declaring a purpose of printing the Scriptures in the Indian tongue into which they are already translated. With which letters are likewise sent an epitome of some exhortations delivered by the Indians at a fast, as testimonies of their obedience to the gospell. As also Some helps directing the Indians how to improve naturall reason unto the knowledge of the true God

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A further accompt of the progresse of the gospel amongst the Indians in New-England, and of the means used effectually to advance the same. : Set forth in certaine letters sent from thence declaring a purpose of printing the Scriptures in the Indian tongue into which they are already translated. With which letters are likewise sent an epitome of some exhortations delivered by the Indians at a fast, as testimonies of their obedience to the gospell. As also Some helps directing the Indians how to improve naturall reason unto the knowledge of the true God
Title
A further accompt of the progresse of the gospel amongst the Indians in New-England, and of the means used effectually to advance the same.
Title remainder
Set forth in certaine letters sent from thence declaring a purpose of printing the Scriptures in the Indian tongue into which they are already translated. With which letters are likewise sent an epitome of some exhortations delivered by the Indians at a fast, as testimonies of their obedience to the gospell. As also Some helps directing the Indians how to improve naturall reason unto the knowledge of the true God
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Subject
Language
  • engalg
  • eng
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Cataloging source
Cu-RivES
Citation location within source
  • E510
  • 556
  • 197
  • 659/65
  • III:8-9
  • R3341
Citation source
  • Wing (CD-ROM, 1996)
  • Church, E.D. Discovery
  • Pilling, J.C. Algonquians
  • Alden, J.E. European Americana
  • JCB Lib cat., pre-1675
  • ESTC
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1604-1690
  • 1599-1676
  • 1608-1678
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Eliot, John
  • Reynolds, Edward
  • Pierson, Abraham
  • Company for Propagation of the Gospel in New England and the Parts Adjacent in America
Series statement
Eliot tracts
Series volume
no. 9
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Massachuset Indians
  • Quinnipiac Indians
  • Massachuset Indians
  • Quinnipiac Indians
  • Indians of North America
  • Indians of North America
  • Indians of North America
  • Indians of North America
  • Indians of North America
  • Indians of North America
  • Missions
  • Catechisms
  • Indian linguistics
  • Massachusetts
  • New England
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A further accompt of the progresse of the gospel amongst the Indians in New-England, and of the means used effectually to advance the same. : Set forth in certaine letters sent from thence declaring a purpose of printing the Scriptures in the Indian tongue into which they are already translated. With which letters are likewise sent an epitome of some exhortations delivered by the Indians at a fast, as testimonies of their obedience to the gospell. As also Some helps directing the Indians how to improve naturall reason unto the knowledge of the true God
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Note
  • Signatures: A-F (B1, D4 and F3 verso blank)
  • Errors in paging: p. 6 misnumbered 7; even numbered pages on rectos
  • Title pages printed within woodcut ornamental border; woodcut head pieces; initials
  • "To the Christian reader" signed: Ed: Reynolds
  • Includes two letters from John Eliot, one from John Endecott, and one from the Commissioners for the United Colonies of New England
  • The ninth of a series of 11 pamphlets, commonly known as the "Eliot tracts", published in London from 1643 to 1671 in the interest of missionary work among the Indians of New England
  • "Some helps for the Indians shewing them how to improve their natural reason, to know the true God, and the true Christian religion. 1. By leading them to the see the divine authority of the scriptures. 2 By the scriptures the divine truths necessary to eternall salvation. Underttaken at the motion, and published by the orders of the Commissioners of the United Colonies. By Abraham Peirson [sic]. Examined and approved by Thomas Stanton interpreter-generall to the United Colonies for the Indian language, and by some others of the most able interpreters amongst us", p. [22]-35, has special title page with imprint: London : Printed by M. Simmons, 1659
  • Some helps for the Indians shewing them how to improve their natural reason, to know the true God, and the true Christian religion was first printed in Cambridge, Mass., 1658
  • Pierson's work contains primarily a catechism in the Quinnipiac language with interlinear translation in English
Extent
1 online resource ([11], 35, [2] pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
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A further accompt of the progresse of the gospel amongst the Indians in New-England, and of the means used effectually to advance the same. : Set forth in certaine letters sent from thence declaring a purpose of printing the Scriptures in the Indian tongue into which they are already translated. With which letters are likewise sent an epitome of some exhortations delivered by the Indians at a fast, as testimonies of their obedience to the gospell. As also Some helps directing the Indians how to improve naturall reason unto the knowledge of the true God
Link
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: A-F (B1, D4 and F3 verso blank)
  • Errors in paging: p. 6 misnumbered 7; even numbered pages on rectos
  • Title pages printed within woodcut ornamental border; woodcut head pieces; initials
  • "To the Christian reader" signed: Ed: Reynolds
  • Includes two letters from John Eliot, one from John Endecott, and one from the Commissioners for the United Colonies of New England
  • The ninth of a series of 11 pamphlets, commonly known as the "Eliot tracts", published in London from 1643 to 1671 in the interest of missionary work among the Indians of New England
  • "Some helps for the Indians shewing them how to improve their natural reason, to know the true God, and the true Christian religion. 1. By leading them to the see the divine authority of the scriptures. 2 By the scriptures the divine truths necessary to eternall salvation. Underttaken at the motion, and published by the orders of the Commissioners of the United Colonies. By Abraham Peirson [sic]. Examined and approved by Thomas Stanton interpreter-generall to the United Colonies for the Indian language, and by some others of the most able interpreters amongst us", p. [22]-35, has special title page with imprint: London : Printed by M. Simmons, 1659
  • Some helps for the Indians shewing them how to improve their natural reason, to know the true God, and the true Christian religion was first printed in Cambridge, Mass., 1658
  • Pierson's work contains primarily a catechism in the Quinnipiac language with interlinear translation in English
Extent
1 online resource ([11], 35, [2] pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote

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