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C. M, Cotton Mather
Cotton Mather (American religious minister and scientific writer)
Cotton Mather (Brits dominee (1663-1728))
Cotton Mather (pastore protestante e medico statunitense)
Cotton Mather (US-amerikanischer Putitaner)
Cottonus Matherus
English minister
Kotton Mejser
M, C.
M, Cotton Mather
Mather, C.
Mather, Cotton
Κότον Μάδερ
Коттон Мейсер
Мэзер, Коттон
קוטון מת'ר
코튼 매더
asi 1663-1728
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American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
John Davis Batchelder Collection (Library of Congress)
Kneeland, Samuel (1697-1769))
Mather, Increase (1639-1723)
Murdock, Kenneth B. (1895-)
Murdock, Kenneth Ballard (1895-)
Murdock, Kenneth Ballard (1895-1975)
Piercy, Josephine K.
Smolinski, Reiner
Smolinski, Reiner (1954-)
Van Doren, Mark
Van Doren, Mark (1894-1972)
Wadsworth, Benjamin (1670-1737)
Watts, Isaac (1674-1748)
American tears upon the ruines of the Greek churches, 1701:
« An Arrow against profane and promiscuous dancing drawn out of the quiver of the Scriptures »
angel of Bethesda
Biblia Americana
Bonifacius an essay upon the good, that is to be devised and designed by those who desire to answer the great end of life, and to do good while they live. A book offered, first in general, unto all Christians, in a personal capacity, or in a relative ; then more particularly ; unto magistrates, unto ministers, unto physicians, unto lawyers, unto scholemasters, unto wealthy gentlemen, unto several sorts of officers, unto churches, and unto all societies of a religious character and intention ; with humble proposals, of unexceptionable methods, to do good in the world
Bonifacius [from old catalog]
Bostonian Ebenezer., The
Christian loyalty. Or, Some suitable sentiments on the withdraw of King George the First, of glorious memory, and the access of King George the Second, unto the throne of the British Empire By Cotton Mather, D.D. and F.R.S. [One line epigram in Latin].
Christian philosopher a collection of the best discoveries in nature, with religious improvements
Cloud of witnesses
Coelestinus A conversation in heaven, quickened and assisted, with discoveries of things in the heavenly world. And some relations of the views and joys that have been granted unto several persons in the confines of it. Introduced by Agathangelus, or, An essay on the ministry of the holy angels. And recommended unto the people of God, by the very Reverend, Dr. Increase Mather; waiting in the daily expectation of his departure to that glorious world.
Coheleth A soul upon recollection; coming into incontestible sentiments of religion; such as all the sons of wisdom, will and must forever justify. Written by a fellow of the Royal Society. Offering the advice of a father going out of the world, unto a son coming into it.
comfortable chambers, opened and visited upon the departure of that aged and faithful servant of God, Mr. Peter Thatcher, the never to be forgotten Pastor of Milton, The : who made his flight thither on December 17, 1727
Cotton Mather's verse in English
Days of humiliation : times of affliction and disaster
Diary (1681-1724)
Durable riches. -
Ecclesiastes the life of the reverend & excellent Jonathan Mitchel, a pastor of the church, and a glory of the colledge in Cambridge, New England
ecclesiastical history of New England
Elegy on the much-to-be-deplored death of that never-to-be-forgotten person, the Reverend Mr. Nathanael Collins
Eleutheria. -
epistle to the Christian Indians ... 1700:, An
Essays to do good, addressed to all Christians, whether in public or private capacities.
family well-ordered., A
friendly debate; or, A dialogue, between Academicus; and Sawney & Mundungus, two eminent physicians, about some of their late performances [Five lines of verse from Otway]., A
Gestalt des "Hexenjägers" des 17. Jahrhunderts und sein gesellschaftliches und politisches Umfeld, 2003:, Die
Glossary Hindústání & English to the New Testament and Psalms
[Humiliations follow'd with deliverances. A brief discourse on the matter and method of that humiliation which would be an hopeful symptom of our deliverance from calamity.
letter of advice to the churches of the non-comformists in the English nation, 1700:, A
letter to a friend in the country attempting a solution of the scruples and objections of conscientious or religious nature, commonly made against the new way of receiving the small-pox. By a minister in Boston. [Eight lines of Scripture quotations]., A
Life and death of the renown'd Mr. John Eliot. -
life of Sir William Phips
Light in darkness An essay on the piety which by remembring the many days of darkness, will change them into a marvellous light. With a notable example of it, in a young person Mrs. Rebeckah Burnel, in the seventeenth year of her age: meeting her death, with uncommon triumphs over it. [One line from Job].
Magnalia Christi Americana
Manuductio ad ministerium : directions for a candidate of the ministry
Mathers on dancing with a bibliography of anti-dance works, 1685-1963
Memoirs of the life of the late Reverend Increase Mather, D.D. who died August 23, 1723. With a preface by the Reverend Edmund Calamy, D.D
Memorable providences relating to witchcrafts and possessions
monitor for communicants An essay to excite and assist religious approaches to the table of the Lord. Offered by an assembly of the New-English pastors, unto their own flocks, and unto all the churches in these American colonies; with a solemn testimony to that cause of God, and religion, in them. [Two lines from Malachi]., A
More calls to early piety
On dying very suddenly
Ornaments for the daughters of Zion
Pastoral desires : a short catalogue of excellent things which a true pastor will desire to see approved and practised and abounding among his people : a book design'd to be lodg'd and left in their hands by one desirous to be such an one in his pastoral visits to the houses of all his people.
Pia desideria. Or, The smoaking flax, raised into a sacred flame in a short and plain essay upon those pious desires, which are the introduction and inchoation of all vital piety, delivered unto a religious society of young people; on the Lord's-Day-evening, Aug. 5. 1722. [Five lines of quotations in Latin].
Pietas in patriam
Piety demanded A very plain and brief essay, to demand piety from all people, more especially from young people; and to direct the answers that are to be returned unto the demands. Deliver'd unto an assembly of young people, associated for the intentions of early piety. In the city of Boston; 8d. Vm. 1716. [One line of quotation in Latin].
Piscator evangelicus.
present state of New England, The
Psalterium Americanum : the book of Psalms, in a translation exactly conformed unto the original; but all in blank verse, fitted unto the tunes commonly used in our churches. Which pure offering is accompanied with illustrations, digging for hidden treasures in it; and rules to employ it upon the glorious and various intentions of it; whereto are added, some other portions of the Sacred Scripture to enrich the cantional.
quickened soul: a short and plain essay on, the withered hand revived & restored, The : showing, what is to be done by them, who feel and own themselves unable to do, what the glorious God has commanded them to do? : and aimed, more particularly at the direction of them, whose conversion to piety may be in danger of miscarrying, thro' wretched and foolish pamphlets, which the enemies of grace & of souls, industriously scatter about the country ...
Ratio disciplina fratrum Nov-Anglorum a faithful account of the discipline professed and practised in the churches of New-England, with interspersed and instructive reflections on the discipline of the primitive churches
Ratio disciplinae fratrum Nov-Anglorum a faithful account of the discipline professed and practised in the churches of New England
Reasonable religion or, the truths of the Christian religion demonstrated. With incontestable proofs, ... Together with the Religion of the closet, and family religion urged. By Cotton Mather, D.D. To which is prefix'd, a preface, by the Reverend Dr. Williams.
religion of the cross, The : a brief essay upon the cross whereof our great Saviour, once crucified for us, will have every Christian to be a sufferer : with some instructions unto the Christian, how to bear the cross appointed for him : occasioned by what was encountred in the death of that vertuous gentlewoman, Mrs. Elizabeth Mather, who expired, 9 d., IX m., 1713.
salvation of the soul considered The nature of that great salvation declared; with directions for the obtaining, and incentives to the pursuing, of it. In a brief essay, designed for a dispersion by hands at work for the kingdom of God. [Two lines of quotation in Latin]., The
Satisfactions of afflicted Christianity
Saviour with his rainbow A discourse concerning the covenant which God will remember, in the times of danger passing over his church. By Cotton Mather, D.D., The
Seasonable thoughts upon mortality A sermon occasioned by the raging of a mortal sickness in the colony of Connecticut, and the many deaths of our brethren there. Delivered at Boston-lecture, 24.d. 11.m. 1711,12. By Cotton Mather, D.D. [Four lines of quotation]
Selected letters
Selections from Cotton Mather
serious address to those who unnecessarily frequent the tavern, and often spend the evening in publick houses By several ministers. To which is added, a private letter on the subject, by the late Rev. Dr. Increase Mather. [One line from Luke]., A
Several reasons proving that inoculation or transplanting the small pox, is a lawful practice and that it has been blessed by God for the saving of many a life Sentiments on the small pox inoculated
Short essay upon those noble principles of Christianity
Small offers towards the service of the tabernacle in the wilderness. Four discourses, accommodated unto the designs of practical godliness.
Some account of the condition to which the Protestant interest in the world is at this day reduced, and the duty to which all that would prove themselves true Christians must and will count themselves obliged
Strange phenomena of New England: in the seventeenth century: including the "Salem witchcraft," "1692." From the writings of "the Rev. Cotton Mather, D.D." ...
Student and preacher;
Things to be more thought upon : a brief treatise on the injuries offered unto the glorious and only saviour of the world, in many instances wherein the guilty are seldome aware of their being so injurious to the eternal Son of God, with a more particular conviction of the Jewish and Arian infidelity.
tribe of Asher A brief essay on the conspicuous blessings with which the people of God, and their off-spring, are known to be the blessed of the Lord. A sermon preached on the baptism of a grand-child. [Four lines of quotation in Latin]., The
Triumphs of the reformed religion in America
Undoubted certainties ...
Vigilius, or, The awakener : making a brief essay, to rebuke first the natural sleep which too often proves a dead fly, in the devotions of them that indulge it : and then the moral sleep, wherein the souls of men frequently omit the duties, and forfeit the comforts, of religion in earnest ...
Walks of usefulness in London and its environs, 1817:
wonders of the invisible world., The
worst enemy conquered. A brief discourse on the methods and motives to pursue a victory over those habits ofsin, which war against the soul., The