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Fri Mar 21 17:11:30 2014 UTClccn-n878380060.47The life of faith, exemplified and recommended : in a letter found in the study of the Rev. Mr. Joseph Belcher, late of Dedham in New England, since his decease. : Being an answer to this question, How to live in this world, so as to live in heaven? : To which are added, a few verses by the Rev. Mr. Killinghall upon reading of it. : Together with an answer to the question, What is a Christian? : Being an answer to this question, How to live in this world, so as to live in heaven? : To which are added, a few verses by the Rev. Mr. Killinghall upon reading of it. : Together with an answer to the question, What is a Christian?. in a letter found in the study of the Rev. Mr. Joseph Belcher, late of Dedham in New England, since his decease0.800.92The life of faith, exemplified and recommended in a letter found in the study of the Rev. Mr. Joseph Belcher, late of Dedham in New England, since his decease. : Being an answer to this question, How to live in this world, so as to live in heaven? : To which are added, a few verses by the Rev. Mr. Killinghall upon reading of it. : Together with an answer to the question, What is a Christian?43362968n 878380061963783Eliot, B. (Benjamin), 1665-1741Elliot, Benjamin, 1665-1741lccn-n85024200Eliot, Joseph1638-1694lccn-n84136158Belcher, Joseph1669-1723lccn-n85121766Green, Bartholomew1667-1732prtlccn-n85387586Henchman, Daniel1689-1761lccn-n50044161Mather, Increase1639-1723lccn-n79007084Massachusettslccn-n85313447Phillips, Samuel1662-1720lccn-n85313443Phillips, Gillam1695-1770lccn-n84024464Allen, John1660?-1727?prtlccn-n87913803Franklin, James1697-1735prtEliot, Benjamin1665-1741ChartersChurch historyPortraitsMiscellaneaHistorySermonsSourcesTextbooksLatin language--GrammarArithmeticMassachusettsChristian lifeLawFaithMassachusetts--BostonCongregational churchesNew EnglandFractionsCovenants (Church polity)Political scienceGod--MercyFirst Church (Boston, Mass.)FiresLegislationSalvationMathematicsMercyHodder, James,SinSession lawsChartersAlmanacs, EnglishFuture lifeHeavenCommerceFinanceMoneyRepentanceConduct of lifeCrimeAllegoriesCovenantsSermons, AmericanTheologySin--ChristianityCriminalsPrintingHoar, Samuel,Latin language--InflectionHeywood, Abiel,Books and readingArithmetic--TextbooksSalvation--ChristianityBelcher, Joseph,American Revolution (1775-1783)BookbindingConstitutional law--ColoniesGreat Britain16651741169917001701170217031704170517061707170817091710171117121713171417151716171717181719172017211723172417251726172717301738174017541784180018012117103157345.2Z1215ocn511295471ocn207759946ocn191269088ocn084173091ocn016264436ocn06467227529723ocn062809477file17250.86Eliot, JosephA copy of a letter, found in the study of the Reverend, Mr. Joseph Belcher, late of Dedham, since his decease21216ocn062809479file17380.79Eliot, JosephA copy of an excellent letter wrote by the Reverend Mr. J.E. of Guilford, deceased, to his brother Mr. B.E. of Roxbury found in the study of the Reverend Mr. Joseph Belcher, late of Dedham, since his decease1141ocn510934615file17270.79MassachusettsActs and laws, passed by the Great and General Court or Assembly of His Majesty's province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England begun and held at Boston, upon Wednesday the thirty-first day of May, 1727. And continued by adjournment to the sixteenth day of August following1121ocn510892710com17200.79Shower, JohnSome account of the holy life and death of Mr. Henry Gearing, late citizen of London who departed this life January, the 4th, 1693-4. Aged 61. With the trial and character of a real Christian, collected out of his papers, for the examination of himself: from which several other particulars are added, for the instruction, encouragement, and imitation of Christians1071ocn511227997file17140.88MassachusettsActs and laws of His Majesty's province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-EnglandHistory1011ocn642769097file17190.84Bernard, RichardThe Isle of Man. Or, The legal proceeding in Man-Shire against sin. Wherein, by way of a continued allegory, the chief malefactors disturbing both church and commonwealth, are detected and attached ; with their arraignment and judicial tryal, according to the laws of England. To which is added, the contents of the book for spiritual use ; with an apology for the manner of handling, most necessary to be first read, for direction in the right use of the allegory throughout. By Richard Bernard, Rector of Batcomb in SomersetshireMiscellanea901ocn511135801file17110.63Mather, IncreaseMeditations on the glory of the heavenly world I. On the happiness of the soul of believers, at the instant of their separation from their bodies. II. On the glory of the bodies of God's children, in the resurrection world, when they shall be as the angels of heaven. III. On the glory of both soul and body in the heaven of heavens, after the day of judgment, to all eternity. By Increase Mather, D.D. [Six lines of quotations]835ocn062828071file17840.92Eliot, JosephThe life of faith, exemplified and recommended in a letter found in the study of the Rev. Mr. Joseph Belcher, late of Dedham in New England, since his decease. : Being an answer to this question, How to live in this world, so as to live in heaven? : To which are added, a few verses by the Rev. Mr. Killinghall upon reading of it. : Together with an answer to the question, What is a Christian?802ocn510907624file17180.84Lee, SamuelEleothriambos, or, The triumph of mercy in the chariot of praise a treatise of preventing secret and unexpected mercies with some mixt reflexions791ocn511061438file17130.79Mather, IncreaseNow or never is the time for men to make sure of their eternal salvation Several sermons, in which is declared; I. That now is the day of salvation. II. That it is wisdom, for men to consider their latter end. III. That impenitent sinners, will be found guilty of their ow destruction. By I. Mather, D.D. [Two lines of Scripture texts]Sermons792ocn511132835file17010.81Clough, SamuelClough, 1702. The New-England almanack for the year of our Lord, MDCCII. ... Calculated for the meridian of Boston in N.E. whose lat. is found by late observations to be nearest 42. gr 24 min. but may indifferently serve any part of N E. By Samuel Clough792ocn511261385file17250.86Congregational Churches in MassachusettsA confession of faith owned and consented unto by the elders and messengers of the churches assembled at Boston in New-England, May 12. 1680. Being the second session of that Synod. [Three lines of quotations]Church history791ocn510983146com17190.73Hodder, JamesHodder's arithmetick, or, That necessary art made most easie being explained in a way familiar to the capacity of any that desire to learn in a little timePortraits781ocn511290718file17110.70Mather, IncreaseAn earnest exhortation to the children of New-England, to exalt the God of their fathers Delivered in a sermon, by I. Mather, D.D. [Seven lines of Scripture texts]781ocn511092219file17200.70Reflections on the present state of the Province of the Massachuset-Bay in general, and town of Boston in particular relating to bills of credit and the support of trade by them: as the same has been lately represented in several pamphlets781ocn511295471file17400.70Necessary directions to live a holy life771ocn510929435file17140.79Wadsworth, BenjaminFive sermons viz. The first on Septemb. 30. 1711. From Psal. 73. 1. Being the last deliver'd in the Old Meeting-House, which was burnt, October 2d. 1711. : The second from Lam. 3. 51. At the South Meeting-House in Boston, on Octob. 7. 1711. Being the first Lords-Day after the fire. : The third on Decemb. 18. 1711. From Psal. 26. 8. Being on a fast, kept by the Old Church: occasion'd by the burning of their meeting-house. : The fourth on May 3. 1713. From Hag. 2. 9. Being the first in the Brick Meeting-House, where the former was burnt. : The fifth on Nov. 12. 1713. From Zech. 4. 7. A thanksgiving sermon, for God's goodness in providing a new meeting-house for the Old Church. : With a preface, giving some account of the fire, Octob. 2. 1711.History761ocn510876462file17240.84Cheever, EzekielA short introduction to the Latin tongue for the use of the lower forms in the Latin School. Being the accidence, abridged and compiled in that most easy and accurate method, wherein the famous Mr. Ezekiel Cheever taught, and which he found the most advantageous by seventy years experience. To which is added, a catalogue of irregular nouns and verbs, disposed alphabeticallyTextbooks315ocn030728477book16990.88MassachusettsThe charter granted by Their Majesties King William and Queen Mary to the inhabitants of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-EnglandHistoryChartersSources151ocn837176826file17840.47Eliot, JosephThe life of faith, exemplified and recommended : in a letter found in the study of the Rev. Mr. Joseph Belcher, late of Dedham in New England, since his decease. : Being an answer to this question, How to live in this world, so as to live in heaven? : To which are added, a few verses by the Rev. Mr. Killinghall upon reading of it. : Together with an answer to the question, What is a Christian? : Being an answer to this question, How to live in this world, so as to live in heaven? : To which are added, a few verses by the Rev. Mr. Killinghall upon reading of it. : Together with an answer to the question, What is a Christian?. in a letter found in the study of the Rev. Mr. Joseph Belcher, late of Dedham in New England, since his deceaseFri Mar 21 15:09:24 EDT 2014batch18130