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  • Gods promise to His plantations ... As it was delivered in a sermon, by Iohn Cotton ...

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    • London, Printed by W. Jones for J. Bellamy, 1634.
    • 1634
  • Gods mercie mixed with His justice;

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    • Gainesville, Fla., Scholars' Facsimiles & Reprints, 1958.
    • 1958
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  • An abstract of the lawes of New England as they are novv established. London, Printed for F. Coules and W. Ley, 1641.

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    • [Washington, W. Q. Force, 1844]
    • 1844-1641
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  • John Cotton on the churches of New England. Edited by Larzer Ziff.

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    • Cambridge, Mass., Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1968.
    • 1968
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  • The keyes of the Kingdom of Heaven, and power thereof, according to the word of God. Tending to reconcile some present differences about discipline.

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    • Published by Tho. Goodwin [and] Philip Nye. London, Printed by M. Simmons for H. Overton; reprinted by Tappan and Dennet, Boston, 1843.
    • 1843
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  • The keyes of the kingdom of heaven : and power thereof, according to the Word of God / by John Cotton.

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    • Boston : Whipple, 1852.
    • 1852-1644
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  • The doctrine of the church, to which are committed the keys of the kingdome of Heaven. Wherein is demonstrated by way of question and answere, what a visible church is, according to the order of the gospel: and what officers, members, worship and government Christ hath ordained in the New Testament. By that reverend and learned divine Mr. John Cotton, B.D. and teacher of the church in Boston in New-England.

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    • London, Printed for B. Allen & S. Satterthwaite, 1643.
    • 1643
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    Text *KC 1643 (Cotton, J. Doctrine of the church)Schwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

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  • A letter of Mr. John Cottons teacher of the Church in Boston, in Nevv-England, to Mr. Williams a preacher there. Wherein is shewed, that those ought to be received into the church who are godly, though they doe not see, nor expressely bewaile all the pollutions in church-fellowship, ministery, worship, government ...

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    • Printed at London for B. Allen, 1643.
    • 1643
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    Text *KC 1643 (Cotton, J. Letter of Mr. John Cottons)Schwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

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  • The doctrine of the church, to which is committed the keys of the kingdome of Heaven. Wherein is demonstrated by way of question and answer, what a visible church is, according to the order of the gospel ... By that Reverend and learned divine Mr. Jo. Cotton ...

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    • London, Printed for Ben: Allen, and are to be sold in Popes-head Alley, 1644.
    • 1644
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  • The keyes of the kingdom of heaven, and power thereof, according to the vvord of God. By that learned and judicious divine, Mr. Iohn Cotton, teacher of the church at Boston in New-England, tending to reconcile some present differences about discipline ... Published by Tho. Goodwin. Philip Nye.

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    • London, Printed by M. Simmons for H. Overton, 1644.
    • 1644
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  • Sixteene questions of seriovs and necessary consequence, propounded unto Mr. John Cotton of Boston in New-England, together with his answers to each question. Printed according to order.

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    • London, Printed by E.P. for E. Blackmore, 1644.
    • 1644
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  • Gods Promise To His Plantation. 2 Sam. 7.10. Moreover J will appoint a place for my people ... that they may dwell in a place of their owne, and move no more. As it was delivered in a Sermon, By Iohn Cotton ...

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    • London, Printed by William Jones for John Bellamy, 1630.
    • 1630
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    Text *KC 1630 (Cotton, J. Gods Promise To His Plantation)Schwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

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  • The covenant of Gods free grace, most sweetly unfolded, and comfortably applied to a disquieted soul, from that text of 2 Sam. 23. ver. 5. Also a doctrinall conclusion, that there is in all such who are effectually called in-dwelling spirituall gifts and graces, wrought and created in them by the Holy Ghost. By that reverend and faithfull minister of Gods word, Mr. John Cotton, teacher of the church at Boston in New-England. Whereunto is added, A profession of faith, made by the reverend divine, Mr. John Davenport, in New-England, at his admission into one of the churches there ...

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    • London, Printed by M.S. for I. Hancock, 1645.
    • 1645
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  • The way of the churches of Christ in New-England. Or The vvay of churches walking in brotherly equalitie, or co-ordination, without subjection of one church to another. Measured and examined by the golden reed of the sanctuary. Containing a full declaration of the church-way in all particulars. By Mr. J. Cotton, teacher of the church at Boston in New-England ... Published according to order.

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    • London, Printed by Matthew Simmons in Aldersgate-streete. 1645.
    • 1645
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    Text *KC 1645 (Cotton, J. Way of the churches of Christ in New-England)Schwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

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  • An Abstract or the Lawes of New England, As they are novv established.

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    • London, Printed for F. Coules, and W. Ley at Paules Chain, 1641.
    • 1641
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  • A coppy of a letter of Mr. Cotton of Boston, in New England, sent in answer of certaine objections made against their discipline and orders there, directed to a friend. VVith the questions propounded to such as are admitted to the church-fellowhip, and the covenant it selfe.

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    • [London] Printed in the yeare 1641.
    • 1641
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  • Gods mercie mixed with His ivstice, or, His peoples deliverance in times of danger. Laid open in severall sermons. By that learned and judicious divine, and faithfull minister of Jesus Christ John Cotton.

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    • London, Printed by G.M. for E. Brewster, and H. Hood, 1641.
    • 1641
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  • The way of life. Or, Gods vvay and course, in bringing the soule into, keeping it in, and carrying it on, in the wayes of life and peace. Laid downe in foure severall treatises on foure texts of Scripture. Viz. The pouring out of the spirit ... Sins deadly wound ... The Christians charge ... The life of faith ... By the learned and judicious divine, and faithfull minister of Iesus Christ, John Cotton ...

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    • London, Printed by M. F. for L. Fawne, and S. Geillbrand, 1641.
    • 1641
  • The bloudy tenent, washed, and made white in the bloud of the Lambe: Wherein the great questions of this present time are handled, viz. How farre liberty of conscience ought to be given to those that truly feare God? And how farre restrained to turbulent and pestilent persons, that not onely raze the foundation of godlinesse, but disturb the civill peace where they live? Also how farre the magistrate may proceed in the duties of the first table? And that all magistrates ought to study the word and will of God, that they may frame their government according to it. Discussed. As they are alleged from divers Scriptures, out of the Old and New Testament. Wherein also the practise of princes is debated, together with the judgement of ancient and late writers of most precious esteeme. Whereunto is added a reply to Mr. Williams answer, to Mr. Cottons letter. By John Cotton ... teacher of the church of Christ at Boston in New-England.

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    • London, Printed by M. Symmons for H. Allen, 1647.
    • 1647
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  • The grovnds and ends of the baptisme of the children of the faithfvll. Opened in a familiar discourse by way of a dialogue, or brotherly conference. By the learned and faithfull minister of Christ, John Cotton, teacher of the church of Boston in New-England.

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    • London, Printed by R.C. for A. Crooke, 1647.
    • 1647
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  • Singing of Psalmes a gospel-ordinance. Or A treatise, wherein are handled these foure particulars. 1. Touching the duty it selfe. 2. Touching the matter to be sung. 3. Touching the singers. 4. Touching the manner of singing. By John Cotton, teacher of the church at Boston in New-England.

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    • London, Printed by M.S. for H. Allen, and J. Rothwell, 1647.
    • 1647
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  • The controversie concerning liberty of conscience in matters of religion, truly stated, and distinctly and plainly handled, by Mr. John Cotton ... By way of answer to some arguments to the contrary sent unto him ...

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    • London, Printed for Thomas Banks, 1646.
    • 1646
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    Text *KC 1646 (Cotton, J. Controversie concerning liberty of conscience)Schwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

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  • Gospel conversion: discovering, 1. Whether any gracious conditions, or qualifications, are wrought in the soule before faith in Christ. 2. How the assurance of a mans salvation is to be evidenced. 3. The manner of the soules closing with Christ. Opened by John Cotton, at a conference in New-England. Together, with some reasons against stinted formes of praising God in Psalmes, &c. Now published for the generall good, by Franics Cornwell, minister of the gospel.

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    • London, Printed by J. Dawson, 1646.
    • 1646
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    Text *KC 1646 (Cotton, J. Gospel conversion: discovering)Schwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

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  • Milk for babes. Drawn out of the breasts of both Testaments. Chiefly, for the spirituall nourishment of Boston babes in either England: but may be of like use for any children. By John Cotton, B.D. and teacher to the church of Boston in New-England.

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    • London, Printed by J. Coe, for H. Overton, 1646.
    • 1646
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  • Severall qvestions of serious and necessary consequence, propounded by the teaching elders, unto M. Iohn Cotton of Boston in New-England. With his respective answer to each question.

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    • London, Printed for T. Banks, 1647.
    • 1647
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  • A briefe exposition of the whole book of Canticles, or, Song of Solomon: lively describing the estate of the church in all the ages thereof, both Jewish and Christian, to this day. And modestly pointing at the gloriousnesse of the restored estate of the church of the Jewes, and the happy accesse of the Gentiles, in the approaching dayes of reformation, when the wall of partition shall be taken away. A work very usefull and seasonable to every Christian; but especially such as endeavour and thirst after the settling of church and state, according to the rule and patterne of the Word of God. Written by that learned and Godly divine John Cotton ...

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    • London, Printed by J. Young for Charles Green, and are to be sold at the Signe of the Gun in Ivie-Lane. 1648.
    • 1648
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    Text *KC 1648 (Cotton, J. Briefe exposition of the whole book of Canticles, or, Song of Solomon)Schwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

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  • The way of congregational churches cleared: in two treatises. In the former, from the historical aspersions of Mr. Robert Baylie, in his book, called <A disswasive from the errors of the time.> In the latter, from some contradictions of Vindicæ [sic] clavium: and from, some mis-constructions of learned Mr. Rutherford in his book intituled <The due right of presbyteries.> By Mr. John Cotton, sometime preacher at Boston in Lincoln-shire, and now teacher of the church at Boston, in New-England.

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    • London, Printed by M. Simmons, for J. Bellamie, 1648.
    • 1648
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    Text *KC 1648 (Cotton, J. Way of congregational churches cleared)Schwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

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  • A briefe exposition with practicall observations upon the whole book of Ecclesiastes. By that late pious and worthy divine, Mr. John Cotton, pastor of Boston in New-England. Published, by Anthony Tuckney ...

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    • London, Printed by T.C. for R. Smith, 1654.
    • 1654
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  • An abstract of laws and government. Wherein as in a mirrour may be seen the wisdome & perfection of the government of Christs kingdome. Accomodable to any state or form of government in the world, that is not antichristian or tyrannicall. Collected and digested into the ensuing method, by that godly, grave, and judicious divine, Mr. John Cotton, of Boston in New-England, in his life-time, and presented to the Generall Court of the Massachusets. And now published after his death, by William Aspinwall ...

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    • London, Printed by M.S. for L. Chapman, 1655.
    • 1655
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    Text *KC 1655 (Cotton, J. Abstract of laws and government)Schwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

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  • A brief exposition with practical observations upon the whole book of Canticles. Never before printed. By that late pious and worthy divine Mr. John Cotton pastor of Boston in New England. Published by Anthony Tuckney ...

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    • London, Printed by T.R. & E.M. for R. Smith, 1655.
    • 1655
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  • The covenant of grace discovering the great work of a sinners reconciliation to God. By John Cotton, minister at Boston in New-England. Whereunto are added: Certain queries tending to accommodadation [sic] between the Presbyterian and Congregationall churches. Also, a discussion of the civill magistrates power in matters to religion. By the same author.

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    • London, Printed by M.S. for F. Eglesfield and I. Allen, 1655.
    • 1655
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  • An exposition upon the thirteenth chapter of the Revelation. By that reverend and eminent servant of the Lord, Mr. John Cotton, teacher to the church at Boston in New-England. Taken from his mouth in short-writing, and some part of it corrected by himselfe soon after the preaching thereof, and all of it since viewed over by a friend to him, and to the truth; wherein some mistakes were amended, but nothing of the sence altered.

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    • London, Printed by M.S. for L. Chapman, 1655.
    • 1655
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    Text *KC 1655 (Cotton, J. Exposition upon the thirteenth chapter of the Revelation)Schwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

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  • An exposition upon the thirteenth chapter of the Revelation. By that reverend and eminent servant of the Lord, Mr. John Cotton, teacher to the church at Boston in New-England. Taken from his mouth in short-writing, and some part of it corrected by himself soon after the preaching thereof, and all of it since viewed over by a friend to him, and to the truth: wherein some mistakes where amended, but nothing of the sense altered.

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    • London, Printed for T. Smart, 1656.
    • 1656
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  • Of the holinesse of church-members. By John Cotton teacher of the church of Christ in Boston in New-England ...

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    • London, Ptinted [sic] by F.N. for Hanna Allen, and are to be sold at the Crown in Popes-head Alley. 1650.
    • 1650
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    Text *KC 1650 (Cotton, J. Of the holinesse of church-members)Schwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

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  • A briefe exposition with practicall observations upon the whole book of Ecclesiastes. By that late pious and worthy divine, Mr. John Cotton, pastor of Boston in New-England. Published, by Anthony Tucknfy [sic] ...

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    • London, Printed by W.W. for R. Smith, 1657.
    • 1657
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  • Christ the fountaine of life: or, Sundry choyce sermons on part of the fift chapter of the first epistle of St. John. Preached by that learned judicious divine, and faithfull minister of Jesus Christ, Mr. John Cotton ...

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    • London, Printed by R. Ibbitson, 1651.
    • 1651
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    Text *KC 1651 (Cotton, J. Christ the fountaine of life)Schwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

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  • The churches resurrection, or The opening of the fift and sixt verses of the 20th. chap. of the Revelation. By that learned and reverend, Iohn Cotton teacher to the church of Boston in Nevv England, and there corrected by his own hand.

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    • London, Printed by R.O. & G.D. for H. Overton, 1642.
    • 1642
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    Text *KC 1642 (Cotton, J. Churches resurrection)Schwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

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  • A modest and cleare answer to Mr. Balls discourse of set formes of prayer. Set forth in a most seasonable time, when this kingdome is now in consultation about matters of that nature, and so many godly long after the resolution in that point. Written by the reverend and learned, John Cotton, B.D. and teacher of the church of Christ at Boston in New England.

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    • London, Printed by R.O. and G.D. for H. Overton, 1642.
    • 1642
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    Text *KC 1642 (Cotton, J. Modest and cleare answer to Mr. Balls discourse at set formes of prayer)Schwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

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  • A modest and cleer answer to Mr. Ball's discourse of set formes of prayer. Written by the reverend and learned John Cotton, B.D. and teacher of the church of Christ at Boston in New-England. Published for te [sic] benefit of those who desire satisfaction in that point.

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    • London, Printed for H. Overton [1642]
    • 1642
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  • The powring ovt of the seven vials: or An exposition, of the 16. chapter of the Revelation, with an application of it to our times. Wherein is revealed Gods powring out the full vials of his fierce wrath. 1. Upon the lowest and basest sort of Catholicks. 2. Their worship and religion. 3. Their priests and ministers. 4. The House of Austria, and Popes supremacy. 5. Episcopall government. 6. Their Euphrates, or the streame of their supportments. 7. Their grosse ignorance, and blind superstitions. Very fit and necessary for this present age. Preached in sundry sermons at Boston in New-England: by the learned and reverend Iohn Cotton BB. of Divinity, and teacher to the church there.

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    • London, Printed for R.S. and are to be sold at Henry Overtons shop in Popeshead alley. 1642.
    • 1642
  • A treatise of the covenant of grace, as it is dispensed to the elect seed, effectually unto salvation. Being the substance of divers sermons preached upon Act [sic]. 7.8. by that eminently holy and judicious man of God, Mr. John Cotton, teacher of the church at Boston in N.E.

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    • London, Printed by J. Cottrel, for J. Allen, 1659.
    • 1659
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    Text *KC 1659 (Cotton, J. Treatise of the covenant of grace)Schwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

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  • Some treasure fetched out of rubbish: or, Three short but seasonable treatises (found in an heap of scattered papers), which providence hath reserved for their service who desire to be instructed, from the Word of God, concerning the imposition and use of significant ceremonies in the worship of God. viz. I. A discourse upon 1 Cor. 14. 40. Let all things be done decently and in order. Tending to search out the truth in this question, viz. Whether it be lawful for church-governours to command indifferent decent things in the administration of God's worship? II. An enquiry, whether the church may not, in the celebration of the sacrament, use other rites significative than those expressed in the Scripture, or add to them of her own authority? III. Three arguments, syllogistically propounded and prosecuted against the surplice: the cross in baptism: and knelling in the act of receiving the Lord's Supper ...

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    • London, Printed in the year, 1660.
    • 1660
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    Text *KC 1660 (Cotton, J. Some treasure fetched out of rubbish)Schwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

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  • A practical commentary, or An exposition with observations, reasons, and vses upon the first epistle generall of John. By that pious and worthy divine Mr. John Cotton, pastor of Boston in New-England.

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    • London, Printed by R.I. and E.C. for T. Parkhurst, 1656.
    • 1656
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  • Nashauanittue Meninnunk Wutch Mukkiesog, Wussesèmumun wutch Sogkodtunganash Naneeswe Testtamentsash; Wutch Ukkesitchippooonganoo Ukketeahogkounooh. Negonáe wussukhùmun ut Englishmánne Unnontoowaonganit, nashpe ne ánue, wunnegenùe Nohtompeantog. Noh asoowèsit John Cotton. Kah yeuyeu qushkinnúmun en Indiane Unnontoowaonganit wutch oonenehikqunàout Indiane Mukkiesog, Nashpe Grindal Rawson. Wunnaunchemookáe Nohtompeantog ut kenugke Indianog ...

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    • Cambridge, [Mass.], Printeuoop nashpe Samuel Green, kah Bartholomew Green. 1691.
    • 1691
  • Spiritual Milk For Boston Babes In either England. Drawn out of the Breasts of both Testaments for their souls nourishment. But may be of like use to any Children. By John Cotton ...

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    • Cambridg [Mass.] Printed by S[amuel] G[reen] for Hezekiah Vsher at Boston in New-England 1656.
    • 1656
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  • Spiritual Milk For Boston Babes, in either England: Drawn out of the breasts of both Testaments for their Souls nourishment. But may be of like use to any Children. By John Cotton ...

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    • Printed at Boston, 1684.
    • 1684
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    Text *KD 1684 (Cotton, J. Spiritual Milk For Boston Babes, in either England)Schwarzman Building - Rare Book Collection Room 328

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  • A briefe exposition with practicall observations upon the whole book of Ecclesiastes [microform]. Published by Anthony Tuckney.

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    • London, T.C. for R. Smith, 1654.
    • 1654
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  • The churches resurrection, or, The opening of the fift [sic] and sixt [sic] verses of the 20th chap. of the Revelation [microform] / by John Cotton ... and ... corrected by his own hand.

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    • London : Printed by R.O. & G.D. for Henry Overton, 1642.
    • 1642
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  • An exposition upon the thirteenth chapter of the Revelation [microform] / by that reverend and eminent servant of the Lord, Mr. John Cotton ... taken from his mouth in short-writing, and some part of it corrected by himselfe ... and all of it since viewed over by a friend to him, and to the truth ...

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    • London : Livewel Chapman, 1655.
    • 1655
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  • Sixteene questions of seriovs and necessary consequence, propounded unto Mr. John Cotton of Boston in New England [microform] : together with his answer to each question.

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    • London : Printed by E. P. for Edward Blackmore ..., 1644.
    • 1644
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