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" And yet some, on purpose to affront me, call their negroes by the name of COTTON MATHER, that so they may, with some shadow of truth, assert crimes as committed by one of that name, which the... "
The Library of American Biography - Page 332
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Lectures on Witchcraft: Comprising a History of the Delusion in Salem, in 1692

Charles Wentworth Upham - Witchcraft - 1831 - 300 pages
...upon them, and in various projections and endeavors to render the sailors a happy generation? And yet, there is not a man in the world, so reviled, so slandered, so cursed among sailors. ' 2. What has a gracious Lord helped me to do for the instruction and salvation and comfort of the...
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The Christian Examiner and General Review, Volume 11

Francis Jenks, James Walker, Francis William Pitt Greenwood, William Ware - Liberalism (Religion) - 1831
...them, and in various projections and endeavours to render the sailors a happy generation ? And yet, there is not a man in the world, so reviled, so slandered, so cursed among sailors. ' 2. What has a gracious Lord helped me to do for the instruction and salvation and comfort of the...
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Lives of the Illustrious: (the Biographical Magazine)., Volume 2

Biography - 1852
...suspicion that he waa himself to blame. In the first place, he had tried to do good among sailors, but " there is not a man in the world so reviled, so slandered, so cursed among sailors." He had tried to do good to the negroes ; and yet he says, many, on purpose to affront him, affix his...
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Lives of the Illustrious, Volumes 1-2

1856
...suspicion that he was himself to blame. In the first place, he had tried to do good among sailors, but " there is not a man in the world so reviled, so slandered) BO cursed among sailors." He had tried to do good to the negroes ; and yet he says, many, on purpose...
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Salem Witchcraft: With an Account of Salem Village, and a History ..., Volume 2

Charles Wentworth Upham - Salem (Mass.) - 1867
...upon them, and in various projections and endeavors to render the sailors n happy gencration < And yet there is not a man in the world so reviled, so slandered, so cursed among sailors. "2. What has a gracious Lord belped me to do for the instrnction and salvation and comfort of the poor...
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Salem Witchcraft: With an Account of Salem Village, and a History ..., Volume 2

Charles Wentworth Upham - Salem (Mass.) - 1867
...and in various projectious and endeavors to render the sailors a happy generation ? And yet there ia not a man in the world so reviled, so slandered, so cursed among sailors. " 2. What has a gracious Lord helped me to do for the iustruction and salvation and comfort of the...
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The Life and Times of Cotton Mather

Abijah Perkins Marvin - 1892 - 582 pages
...temporary excitement. i. He refers to his exertions in behalf of sailors and seafaring men ; yet says that " there is not a man in the world so reviled, so slandered, so cursed among sailors." These pages have shown how much he felt and did for sailors and fishermen, and all men who did " business...
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Side Glimpses from the Colonial Meeting-house

William Root Bliss - New England - 1894 - 256 pages
...venom at ? " — " Where is the man who has been so tormented with such monstrous relatives ? " — " There is not a man in the world so reviled, so slandered, so cursed among sailors." — "The College for ever puts all possible marks of disesteem upon me." — "My company is as little...
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Salem Witchcraft in Outline: The Story Without the Tedious Detail

Caroline E. Upham - Witchcraft - 1895 - 161 pages
...upon them, and in various projections and endeavors to render the sailors a happy generation ? And yet there is not a man in the world so reviled, so slandered, so cursed among sailors." 2. "What has a gracious Lord helped me to do for the instruction and salvation and comfort of the poor...
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Cotton Mather, by W. B. O. Peabody. Richard Montgomery, by John Armstrong

Jared Sparks - United States - 1902
...the good, which it was evident might easily be done. He sajs, that the recompense of his efforts lias been, that " there is not a man in the world, so reviled,...sailors." A second of these dispensations has followed nis efforts in behalf of the negroes. At a time when they were hardly thought of as subjects of sympathy...
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