Diary Of Cotton Mather 1681-1708. Vol 7 Only [seventh Series]

By: Mather, Cotton 1663-1728

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folding map; 860 pages; Contains mentions of witchcraft, possession and demonology in what appears to be the final series Index in last [VIII], volume. No markings. Volume VII only. Black cloth. Some shelf wear to foot and crown of spine. Contents clean and bright with modest aging to endpapers. Frontispiece Portrait of Cottonus Matherus. A famous theologian renowned for his part in the Salem Witch Trials of 1692. , , , eleven of the accused had been executed, Cotton Mather wrote a letter to Chief Justice William Stoughton congratulating him on "extinguishing of as wonderful a piece of devilism as has been seen in the world" and claiming that "one half of my endeavors to serve you have not been told or seen." Wikipedia. This volume is one of a series containing his diaries and letters. Famous theologian renowned for his part in the Salem Witch Trials of 1692. , , , eleven of the accused had been executed, Cotton Mather wrote a letter to Chief Justice William Stoughton congratulating him on "extinguishing of as wonderful a piece of devilism as has been seen in the world" and claiming that "one half of my endeavors to serve you have not been told or seen." Wikipedia. This volume is one of a series containing his diaries and letters.

Title: Diary Of Cotton Mather 1681-1708. Vol 7 Only [seventh Series]

Author Name: Mather, Cotton 1663-1728

Illustrator: Illustrated by B/w

Categories: Americana,

Edition: 1st Edition

Publisher: Boston, Published By the Society: 1911

Binding: Cloth

Book Condition: Good+ with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 38763