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MATHER, Cotton (1663--1728)
The armour of Christianity. A treatise, detecting first, the plots of the devil against our happiness. Declaring then, the wiles by which those plots are managed. And propounding, lastly, the thoughts by which those wiles may be defeated.
Boston, in N.E printed by Timothy Green, for Benjamin Eliot, 1704.
[2], 234 p. ; 12.3 cm. (12º)

Anonymous. By Cotton Mather. Mather, a prolific author with approximately 380 separate titles published, was probably the most influential American writer of his generation, was a believer in the reality of evil spirits and played an important role in the notorious Salem Witch Trials. ESTC w18392.

Copy Notes Inscribed in ink on the title-page in an early hand Cotton Mather. Verso of front free-endpaper inscribed in pencil 2s.

Binding C18th sheep, blind-ruled borders and spine, paper spine-label, ink-lettered.

Reference Number 4812


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