Atoken for children: in two parts (classic reprint) - A token for children : being an exact account of the.



A token for children. Being an exact account of the conversion, holy and exemplary lives and joyful deaths of several young children. / By James Janeway, Minister of the Gospel. : To which is added, A token, for the children of New England. Or, Some examples of children, in whom the fear of God was remarkably budding before they died; in several parts of New England. Preserved and published for the encouragement of piety in other children.

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Second part (p. [55]-131), with separate title page, has imprint: Boston, in N.E. Re-printed by T. Green, for Benjamin Eliot. 1700. Error in paging: p. 27, 2nd count, misnumbered 72. "A token, for the children of New-England. Or, Some examples of children ... added as supplement, unto the excellent Janewayes Token for children; upon the re-printing of it, in this countrey. Boston, in N.E. Printed by Timothy Green, for Benjamin Eliot, at his shop, under the west-end of the TownHouse., 1700."--36 p. at end, with separate title page. Attributed to Cotton Mather.

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A token for children. Being an exact account of the conversion, holy and exemplary lives and joyful deaths of several young children. / By James Janeway, Minister of the Gospel. : To which is added, A token, for the children of New England. Or, Some examples of children, in whom the fear of God was remarkably budding before they died; in several parts of New England. Preserved and published for the encouragement of piety in other children.

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Second part (p. [55]-131), with separate title page, has imprint: Boston, in N.E. Re-printed by T. Green, for Benjamin Eliot. 1700. Error in paging: p. 27, 2nd count, misnumbered 72. "A token, for the children of New-England. Or, Some examples of children ... added as supplement, unto the excellent Janewayes Token for children; upon the re-printing of it, in this countrey. Boston, in N.E. Printed by Timothy Green, for Benjamin Eliot, at his shop, under the west-end of the TownHouse., 1700."--36 p. at end, with separate title page. Attributed to Cotton Mather.

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A token for children. Being an exact account of the conversion, holy and exemplary lives and joyful deaths of several young children. / By James Janeway, Minister of the Gospel. : To which is added, A token, for the children of New England. Or, Some examples of children, in whom the fear of God was remarkably budding before they died; in several parts of New England. Preserved and published for the encouragement of piety in other children.

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Second part (p. [55]-131), with separate title page, has imprint: Boston, in N.E. Re-printed by T. Green, for Benjamin Eliot. 1700. Error in paging: p. 27, 2nd count, misnumbered 72. "A token, for the children of New-England. Or, Some examples of children ... added as supplement, unto the excellent Janewayes Token for children; upon the re-printing of it, in this countrey. Boston, in N.E. Printed by Timothy Green, for Benjamin Eliot, at his shop, under the west-end of the TownHouse., 1700."--36 p. at end, with separate title page. Attributed to Cotton Mather.

OTA N00759; PURL http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/N00759; DLPS N00759; TCP N00759; STC Evans 914; STC Wing J480; NOTIS APX1264; IMAGE-SET 914; EVANS-CITATION 99017918

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