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THE PILGRIM FATHERS
OF NEW ENGLAND
Rev. JOHN BROWN, D.D., Author of "John Bunyan: His Life, Times and Work." Introduction by the Rev. A. E. Dunning, D.D.,
Editor of "The Congregationalist.” WITH ILLUSTRATIONS FROM ORIGINAL DRAWINGS BY CHARLES WHYMPER, AN INDEX, AND A BIBLIOGRAPHY.
850 Cloth, Gut Top $2.50
"An admirable and much-needed book, scholarly, accurate, temperate, and extremely interesting."-Dr. JOHN FISKE
"The Pilgrim Fathers live and move and endure and overcome in his pages: to have told their story worthily is his highest praise." - The Bookman.
"Of especial interest to American readers are the chapters dealing with the Puritans in their English homes." - The Brooklyn Eagle.
“Of decided historical importance."- The Outlook.
"A fine example of scholarly and popular qualities combined. It is sufficiently learned to command the respect of historical students, and also popular enough in manner to afford enjoyable reading for all.”—The Congregationalist.
"An important contribution."--The Book Buyer. “Highly attractive."--The Independent (N. Y.).
"A remarkably vivid narrative that brings before us the men of the Mayflower and their associates as men of flesh and blood." -- The Christian World.
"An admirable narrative."- The Critic.
Fleming H. Revell Company
New York: 112 Fifth Ave.
OLD WORLD AND IN THE NEW
FROM ITS INCEPTION IN THE REIGN OF ELIZABETH
THEOCRACY IN NEW ENGLAND
A HISTORICAL HANDBOOK
REV. J. GREGORY
INTRODUCTION BY THE
REV. AMORY H. BRADFORD, D.D.
THE PILGRIM IN OLD ENGLAND"
NEW YORK CHICAGO TORONTO