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A. P
Amicus Patriae
Amicus Patriae (Pseudonym)
P, A.
Patriae, Amicus
Wise, J.
Wise, John
Wise, John ((clergyman))
Dates: 
1652-1725
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American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Benjamin Franklin Collection (Library of Congress)
Higginson, John (1616-1708. [from old catalog])
Hubbard, William (1621-1704. [from old catalog])
Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives
Mather, Cotton (1663-1728)
Miller, Perry (1905-1963)
Miller, Perry Gilbert Eddy (1905-1963)
Oliver Wendell Holmes Collection (Library of Congress)
Stevens, Henry (1819-1886)
Waters, Thomas Franklin (1851-1919)
Titles: 
Bank of credit erected in the Massachusetts-Bay
churches quarrel espoused (1713)., The
churches quarrel espoused; or, A reply in satyre, to certain proposals made, in answer to this question, What further steps are to be taken, that the councils may have due constitution and efficacy in supporting, preserving, and well-ordering the interest of the churches, in the country?, The
deplorable state of New England, The : by reason of a covetous and treacherous governour, and pusillanimous counsellors with a vindication of the Hon. Mr. Higginson, Mr. Mason, and several other gentlemen from the scandalous and wicked accusation of the votes, ordered by them to be published in their Boston news-letter : to which is added an account of the shameful miscarriage of the late expedition against Port Royal.
freeholder's address to the honourable House of Representatives., The
Ipswich in the Massachusetts Bay Colony ...
law of nature in government., The
Two narratives of the expedition against Quebec, A.D. 1690, under Sir William Phips.
vindication of the government of New-England Churches (1717), A
vindication of the government of New-England churches, 1772:, A
vindication of the government of New-England churches, A : drawn from antiquity, the light of nature, Holy Scripture, its noble nature, and from the dignity Divine Providence has put upon it
word of comfort to a melancholy country ... [MI] 1721:, A
word of comfort to a melancholy country, or, The bank of credit erected in the Massachusetts-Bay, A : fairly defended by a discovery of the great benefit, accruing by it to the whole province : with a remedy for recovering a civil state when sinking under desperation by defeat on their bank of credit
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