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" It concerneth New England always to remember that they are a plantation religious, not a plantation of trade. The profession of the purity of doctrine, worship, and discipline, is written upon her forehead. Let merchants, and such as are increasing cent,... "
Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society - 第 327 頁
1858
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The Christian history, ed. by T. Prince

Thomas Prince - 1744
...General Court of the Majjtchufetts : And at the End ef the Traft 1* Wiites as fellows — " It concerned! NEW-ENGLAND always to remember, that " originally they are a Plantation RELIGIOUS, not a Planta«« tion of Trade. The Profeffion of the Purity of Doffrine, " Worjhip and Difcipline is written...
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The American Quarterly Register ..., 第 3-4 卷

1831
...the successor of Mr. Cotton, in the first church in Boston, thus wrote. " It concerneth New England always to remember that originally they are a plantation...doctrine, worship, and discipline, is written upon her forehead."} The following passages are from a Tract published by Captain Roger Clap, who came with...
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The History of New Hampshire, 第 1 卷

Jeremy Belknap - 1831 - 512 頁
...Neal's Hist. NE vol. ip 84. * " It concerneth New-England always to remember, that they are orig" inally a plantation religious, not a plantation of trade....of doctrine, worship and discipline is written upon her forehead. '• Let merchants, and such as are increasing cent, per cent, remember this, " that...
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The History of New Hampshire, 第 1 卷

Jeremy Belknap - 1831 - 512 頁
...Neal's Hist. NE vol. ip 84. * " It concernetli New-England always to remember, that they are originally a plantation religious, not a plantation of trade. The profession of the pnritv of doctrine, worship and discipline is written upon her forehead. Let merchants, and such as...
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The Quarterly Register, 第 4 卷

1832
...the successor of Mr. Cotton, in the first church in Boston, thus wrote. " It concerneth New England always to remember that originally they are a plantation...doctrine, worship, and discipline, is written upon her forehead.":): The following passages are from a Tract published by Captain Roger Clap, who came...
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De Tocqueville's Democracy in America, 第 1 卷

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1838 - 464 頁
...quotation is given from a sermon delivered in 1663. " It concerneth New England always to remember that they are a plantation religious, not a plantation...purity of doctrine, worship, and discipline is written on her forehead. Let merchants, and such as are encreasing cent, per cent, remember this, that worldly...
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Democracy in America, 第 1 卷

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1838
...is given from a sermon delivered in 1663 : — " It concerneth New England always to remember that they are a plantation religious, not a plantation...profession of the purity of doctrine, worship, and disci256 pline is written upon her forehead. Let merchants, and such as are encreasing cent, per cent,...
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American criminal trials, 第 1 卷

Peleg Whitman Chandler - 1841
...court, and for which the author received the thanks of that body and a grant of land. authority, " that originally they are a plantation religious, not...doctrine, worship, and discipline is written upon her forehead." They asked for no converts ; they sought not to enforce their doctrines beyond their...
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Democracy in America, 第 1 卷

Alexis de Tocqueville - 1843
...given from a sermon delivered in 1663 : " It concerneth New England always to remember that they area plantation religious, not a plantation of trade. The...purity of doctrine, worship, and discipline, is written on her forehead. Let merchants, and such as are increasing cent, per cent, remember this, that worldly...
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Puritanism: Or, A Churchman's Defense Against Its Aspersions, by an Appeal ...

Thomas Winthrop Coit - 1845 - 527 頁
...specified. Says John Norton, in 1659, with a dogmatism inherent in his race, " It concerneth New England always to remember, that originally they are a plantation religious, not a plantation of trade."32 Increase Mather hath it thus : it was " with regard to church-order and discipline, that...
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