Samuel Sewall

Samuel Sewall (; March 28, 1652 – January 1, 1730) was a judge, businessman, and printer in the Province of Massachusetts Bay, best known for his involvement in the Salem witch trials, for which he later apologized, and his essay "The Selling of Joseph" (1700), which criticized slavery. He served for many years as the chief justice of the Massachusetts Superior Court of Judicature, the province's high court. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Sewall, Samuel
Published 1721
Printed by Timothy Green?

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by Sewall, Samuel
Published 1701
Printed by Bartholomew Green and John Allen

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by Sewall, Samuel Edmund
Published 1886
A.C. Getchell

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by Mather, Cotton
Published 1701
Printed by T. Green, for, and sold by Samuel Sewall Junior
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by Parker, Isaac
Published 1811
House of Representatives
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by Rawson, Edward
Published 1773
Printed in the year 1691. Boston: Re-printed and sold by Isaiah Thomas, near the Mill-Bridge
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by Bayley, John
Published 1826
H. Gray
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by Cooper, William
Published 1727
Printed by B. Green, for Samuel Gerrish, at his shop the lower end of Corn-hill
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by Mather, Cotton
Published 1701
Printed by B. Green, & J. Allen, for, & sold by Samuel Sewall Junior
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by Mather, Cotton
Published 1701
Printed by B. Green, & J. Allen, for Samuel Sewall Junior, at his shop, near the old meeting-house
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by Willard, Samuel
Published 1701
Printed by B. Green, and J. Allen, for Samuel Sewall Junior, at his shop near the Old Meeting House
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