A key into the language of America, or, An help to the language of the natives in that part of America, called New-England
together, with briefe observations of the customes, manners and worships, &c. of the aforesaid natives, in peace and warre, in life and death. On all which are added spirituall observations, generall and particular by the authour, of chiefe and speciall use (upon all occasions,) to all the English inhabiting those parts; yet pleasant and profitable to the view of all men /
by Roger Williams of Providence in New-England.
|Main Creator:||Williams, Roger, 1604?-1683.|
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London : Printed by Gregory Dexter, 1643.
"According to the licenser's endorsement on the last page, signed Io. Langley, the work was entered at Stationers' Hall, but an examination of the printed transcripts of the registers has failed to show an entry during 1643. It was published Sept. 7 of that year, see the Thomason Catalogue."--Sabin 104339.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Physical description: , x, 197 (i.e. 205),  p.
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