A confession of faith owned and consented unto by the elders & messengers of the churches assembled at Boston in New England, May 12. 1680

Massachuset title page reads: Wunnamptamoe sampoonaonk wussampoowontamun nashpe moeuwehkomunganash ut New-England. Qushkenumun en Indiane unnontowaonganit. Nashpe Grindal Lawson, &c. and has imprint: Mushauwomuk [i.e. Boston]. Printeuun nashpe Bartholomew Green, kah John Allen. 1699

Epistle Dedicatory, dedicated to Lieutenant Governor William Stoughton and Reverend Increase Mather, is signed by Rawson and gives a brief account of missionary labors among the Indians

Signatures: A-L⁸ M⁴ (-M4) (A1 recto, M3 verso blank)

English title page printed on p. [2] and Massachuset title page printed on p. [3]. English and Indian texts printed on opposite pages

First printed Boston, 1680. Grindall Rawson translated this work by order of the Commissioners for Propagation of the Gospel among the Indians

Title pages printed within ornamental borders; woodcut headpieces
Local notes
John Carter Brown Library copy transcription of English title pages from facsimile reproduction in bibliographic file; full signature collation from Evans digital online; transcription of English title page in copy 1 reproduced in pen and ink on verso of flyleaf facing Massachuset title page

John Carter Brown Library copy 2 imperfect: wanting English language title page; Massachuset language title page and p. [5-10] torn, mutilated and repaired with loss of text; wanting all after p. 156; closely trimmed at head of text block affecting running title and page numbers

John Carter Brown Library copy 1 imperfect: wanting English language title page, p. 161, and p. [2-5], contents, at end; Massachuset language title page torn and mutilated and repaired with text reproduced in pen and ink; p. 159-160 torn and mutilated at corners and wanting text; these leaves have been repaired; closely trimmed at foot of text block affecting signatures and catchwords
0.8X ?
15 cm. (8vo)

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