Increase Mather

Mather in 1688, when he was in London. Portrait by [[John van der Spriett]]. Increase Mather (June 21, 1639 Old Style  – August 23, 1723 Old Style) was an American Puritan clergyman in the Massachusetts Bay Colony and president of Harvard College for twenty years (1681–1701). He was influential in the administration of the colony during a time that coincided with the notorious Salem witch trials. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Mather, Increase
Published 1712
Printed and sold by Timothy Green, in Middle-Street

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Published 1710
Printed by B. Green, for Eleazer Phillips at his shop in King Street

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Published 1716
Printed for N. Boone, at the Sign of the Bible in Cornhill

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Published 1719
Printed by John Allen, for John Edwards, at his shop in King-Street

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Published 1719
Printed by John Allen, for Benjamin Gray, at his shop in King-Street

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Published 1701
Printed by Timothy Green, for Nicholas Boone, at his shop over against the Old-Meeting-House

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by Mather, Increase
Published 1702
Printed for Nicholas Boone near the old meeting house

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Published 1718
Printed by S. Kneeland, for J. Edwards, at his shop next door to the Light-House Tavern, in King-Street

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by Mather, Increase
Published 1720
Printed by B. Green, for D. Henchman, and sold at his shop

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by Mather, Increase
Published 1719
Printed by B. Green, for Daniel Henchman, sold at his shop

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Published 1704
Printed by T. Green, for Nicholas Buttolph
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by Mather, Increase
Published 1721
Printed for J. Edwards, at the corner shop on the north-side of the Town-House

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by Mather, Increase
Published 1710
Printed by B. Green for T. Green, at his shop in Middle Street

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by Mather, Increase
Published 1702
Printed by B. Green, & J Allen, for Nicholas Boone, near the Old Meeting House

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by Mather, Increase
Published 1720
Printed for B. Gray, and J. Edwards, at their shops on the north and south side of the Town-House

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by Mather, Increase
Published 1705
Printed by Bartholomew Green, for Nicholas Buttolph, at the corner of Gutteridges Coffee-House