2 edition of portraits of Increase Mather found in the catalog.
portraits of Increase Mather
Kenneth Ballard Murdock
|Statement||by Kenneth B. Murdock.|
|Contributions||Rogers, Bruce, 1870-1957, former owner., Frederic W. Goudy Collection (Library of Congress), Pforzheimer Bruce Rogers Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||F67 .M478|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 70 p., 10 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||70|
|LC Control Number||25000842|
Engraving of Mather Byles by Peter Pelham (–) Portrait of Byles by John Singleton Copley. Portrait of Mather Byles II (), son of Mather Byles. Mather Byles (born 26 March , Boston, Massachusetts – 5 July ), was an American clergyman active in British North America. This ebook represents a new edition of Increase Mather’s influential contemporary account of King Philip’s War, between the English colonists in New England (and their Native allies) and the Wampanoag, Naragansett, and other Indian nations of the region, beginning in Mather’s account runs through August of , when hostilities in southern, central, and western New England ended.
Increase Mather wrote The Life and Death of that Reverend Man of God, Mr. Richard Mather ? Foster carved a portrait of Mather and printed the two composite blocks on the Cambridge press of Marmaduke Johnson and/or Samuel Green Johnson moved his press to Boston but died the same year. The frontispiece portrait, the first copperplate engraved in America, is not found in all copies, but was evidently added to some copies, and was added to certain copies of other of Mather's works. See Murdock, Kenneth B. The portraits of Increase Mather, , p. , and Holmes, T.J. Increase Mather, entries 13 and A.
Title page of Cotton Mather's "The Wonders of the Invisible World", a book on witchcraft. Library of Congress / Getty Images When the notorious trials of accused witches began in Salem in the winter of , Cotton Mather approved of them, and . The world of Richard, Increase and Cotton Mather was so hugely different from our own that it could easily be unfathomable. The principal dissimilarity, far more profound that the political, technological or demographic differences, was the intense religious focus, including a strong belief that the day of judgment was very close, and the predominance of personal struggles with sinfulness.
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The portrait shows Increase Mather, a with long hair, wearing skull-cap and bands. According to Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society (), “Mather’s portrait was painted in [see below], during his visit to England, where, as an agent of the Massachusetts Colony, he had gone in the spring of that year.
The artist was John vander Spriett, a Dutch mezzotint engraver. The portraits of Increase Mather: with some notes on Thomas Johnson, an English mezzotinter Author: Kenneth Ballard Murdock ; Bruce Rogers ; Frederic W. Goudy Collection (Library of Congress) ; Pforzheimer Bruce Rogers Collection (Library of Congress).
Maps. People. Increase Mather. Written By Mathew Madden. Description: The Rev. Increase Mather, oil portrait by. John van der Spriett, Source: Massachusetts HistoricalSociety. Salem Witch Trials in History and Literature.
An Undergraduate Course, University of Virginia. [Increase Mather, half-length portrait, facing right] Created / Published Pictorial sketch-book of Pennsylvania | Its scenery, internal improvements, resources, and agriculture, populary described The fourth part has separate t.-p.: Locomotive sketches, with pen and pencil.
From Philadelphia to Pittsburg. Increase Mather () Mather was an intermediary with Congregational churches and James II, author of treatises on Indians and noted sermons, and the father of Cotton Mather. Increase Mather was a Clergyman, College President, Pastor of North Church, Boston, and the first president of.
Powerful preacher, political negotiator for New England in the halls of Parliament, president of Harvard, father of Cotton Mather, Increase Mather was the epitome of the American Puritan.
He was the most important spokesman of his generation for Congregationalism and became the last American Puritan of consequence as the seventeenth century ended. Increase Mather has 83 books on Goodreads with ratings.
Increase Mather’s most popular book is A Brief History of the War with the Indians in New-Eng. Increase Mather. Publication date Publisher J. Wilson Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of Harvard University Language English.
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Notes. Describes training in army camp at Liverpool, N.S.W. I began looking for evidence of book buying by Increase Mather in London and found a number of books (in the B section of the card catalog, of course) which Mather inscribed along with date and place of purchase, as in this copy of Richard Baxter’s The English Nonconformity (“I.
Mather. books to publicly oppose the Halfway Covenant and to support smallpox inoculation, for example. He wrote execution sermons for the popular press, and gave patronage to John Foster, a printer of almanacs and illustrated works that aimed at reaching a wider reading audience.
Hall's portrait of Increase Mather is thorough, rounded. The original three-story house was built aboutmaking it the oldest house in downtown Boston. It occupied the former site of the Second Church of Boston's parsonage, home to Increase Mather and Cotton Mather, which was destroyed in the Great Fire of Its first owner was Robert Howard, a wealthy merchant.
Book Overview -- Compelling portraits of American history's most notable male and female leaders -- Includes informative sidebars -- Interesting, easy-to-understand content -- Complements school curriculum One of the strongest proponents of Puritan aims and. of results for Books: "increase mather" Skip to main search results Amazon Prime.
Eligible for Free Shipping. The Life of Increase Mather, – by Michael G. Hall | Apr 1, out of 5 stars 6. Hardcover Paperback $ $ 20 $ Dazed by competing visions of the future, I turn toward the past - or rather look at a portrait of Increase Mather by Jan van der Spriett, done in London in His pale face looks out of the.
Increase Mather, (born JDorchester, Massachusetts Bay Colony [U.S.]—died AugBoston), Boston Congregational minister, author, and educator, who was a determining influence in the councils of New England during the crucial period when leadership passed into the hands of the first native-born generation.
He was the son of Richard Mather, son-in-law of. Increase Mather. by John Sturt, after Jan van der Spriet (Spriett) line engraving, late 17th century NPG D Reprint of the edition of with reproduction of t.p.
 at end): An essay for the recording of illustrious providences: wherein an account is given of many remarkable and very memorable events, which have happened this last age, especially in New England.
By Increase Mather. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Cotton Mather (Mather, Cotton, ) Online books about this author are available, as is a Wikipedia article.
Mather, Cotton, Decennium Luctuosum: An History of Remarkable Occurrences, in the Long War, Which New-England Hath Had With the Indian Savages, From the Year to the Year (Boston: Printed by B. Green and J. Cotton Mather (), son of Increase Mather () and grandson of Richard Mather () and John Cotton (), was born in Boston in He received his early education at home and graduated from Harvard in Call Number: Illus.
in BFM58 [Rare Book RR] Repository: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. USA; Notes: Illus.
in: Increase Mather, Cases of Conscience Concerning Evil Spirits, title page. LC-USZ is neg. of title page and frontispiece portrait.
Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Mather, Increase, ; Format: Book, Online; p. ; 14 cm. (12mo).Mather Family Library More than 1, printed books that once belonged to Richard (), Increase (), Cotton (), Samuel () Mather, and their families constitute the American Antiquarian Society's Mather Family Library.
This collection is the largest extant portion of colonial New England's most important library.The portraits are as follows: Rev. Cotton Mather () and Rev. Mather Byles (), by Peter Pel-ham; Rev.
Mather Byles (), by John Singleton Copley; Rev. Mather Byles, Jr., (), by Mather Brown; and a self-portrait of Mather Brown (). Rev. Cotton Mather,son of Increase Mather, one of the most famous of the early American.