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Judge Sewall"s gifts in the Narragansett country

Hazard, Caroline

Judge Sewall"s gifts in the Narragansett country

by Hazard, Caroline

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Published by Roger Williams press in [Providence .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Narragansett country.
    • Subjects:
    • Sewall, Samuel, 1652-1730,
    • Narragansett country

    • Edition Notes

      First read in Newport at a meeting of the Historical section of the Congregational Conference, June 8, 1897, and published in the Rhode Island historical society"s Quarterly in 1898.

      Statementby Caroline Hazard.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF82 .H39
      The Physical Object
      Pagination23 p.
      Number of Pages23
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6352277M
      LC Control Number37009450
      OCLC/WorldCa3646575

      corporation (and many of the books above named came in due time to that library ^), that the social surroundings of 1 5 Mass. Hist. Soe. Coliections, v. 6, p. 2 Channing's " Narragansett planters," pp. 7,8. 8 Fourteenth annual report of the Providence Public Library, p. 5. t " The gift of an organ to Trinity Church fi'om Dean Berkeley.   Judge Sewall records many gifts of gloves from newly-married friends. I have seen old wedding-gloves, gold-laced and fringed, with rich gauntlets, far from an inexpensive gift. I do not learn that it was customary to give presents to the bride, though Judge Sewall tells of his presentation of a psalm-book at a wedding.

      The trials might have doomed Sewall to infamy except for a courageous act of contrition now commemorated in a mural that hangs beneath the golden dome of the Massachusetts State House picturing Sewall's public repentance. He was the only Salem witch judge to make amends. But, remarkably, the judge's story didn't end there. EARLE, Alice Morse. Born Mary Alice Morse, 27 April , Worcester, Massachusetts; died 16 February , Hempstead, New York. Daughter of Edwin and Abigail Clary Morse; married Henry Earle, (died); children: four. Alice Morse Earle, antiquarian and social historian, was a descendant of men important in the history of New England and Massachusetts. She was educated at Worcester High.

      Buy Escaping Salem: The Other Witch Hunt of by Richard Godbeer online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - starting at $ Shop now.   Sewall’s description of a private day of prayer and fasting that he observed on Tuesday, Feb. 10, , when he is “the most full and minute existing record of a private fast-day as.


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Mr. Sewall graduated at college in ; kept a Latin school in Salem, tillwhen Chambers Russell, of Lincoln, a Judge of the Supreme Court and a Judge of Admiralty, from a principle of disinterested benevolence, received him into his family; instructed him in law; furnished him with books and introduced him to the practise at the : John Adams, Jonathan Sewall.Samuel Sewall ().

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