A memorial of the present deplorable state of New-England, with the many disadvantages it lyes under by the maleadministration of their present governour, Joseph Dudley, esq., and his son Paul, &c. Together with the several affidavits of people of worth relating to several of the said governour's mercenary and illegal proceedings but particularly his private treacherous correspondence with Her Majesty's enemies the French and Indians. To which is added a faithful but melancholy account of several barbarities lately committed upon Her Majesty's subjects by the said French and Indians in the east and west parts of New-England. Faithfully digested from the several original letters, papers, and MSS. ser. 5, v. 6

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Author / Creator:Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Imprint:Boston, Massachusetts Historical Society, 1879.
Description:p. [31]-64 25 cm.
Language:English
Series:Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston. Collections ; ser. 5, v. 6
Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society ser. 5, v. 6.
Subject:Dudley, Joseph, -- 1647-1720
Dudley, Joseph, -- 1647-1720.
Queen Anne's War (United States : 1702-1713)
Massachusetts -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775
United States -- History -- Queen Anne's War, 1702-1713
Massachusetts.
United States.
History.
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/3977090
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Notes:Originally issued: [London] : S. Phillips, N. Buttolph, and B. Elliot, booksellers in Boston, 1707.
This attack on Governor Dudley, by the supposed author, Cotton Mather, is followed by a defense of the administration, entitled "A modest enquiry [etc.]"

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Call Number: F61.M41 ser.5 v.6 p.31-64
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