The copy of a valedictory, and monitory writing, [microform] : left by Sarah Goodhue, wife of Joseph Goodhue, of Ipswich, in New-England; and found after her decease: : full of spiritual experiences, sage counsels, pious instructions, and serious exhortations: directed to her husband, children, with other near relations and friends, and profitable to all who may happen to read them. : She was the youngest daughter of Elder Whipple, born at the said Ipswich, anno 1641, and died suddenly, (as she presaged she should) July 23, 1681, three days after she had been delivered of two hopeful children, leaving ten in all surviving. : Imprimatur, James Allen.

Goodhue, Sarah, 1641-1681.
[New London, Conn.] : Cambridge, New England: printed 1681. New-London: re-printed [by Timothy Green] by the desire of David Kimball, of Preston, grandson to said Sarah Goodhue and John Kimball, of Stonington, her great-grandson,, in the year 1773.
Early American imprints. First series ; no. 42444a.
7 [i.e., 8] p. ; 19 cm.
Imprimaturs (Printing).
Place of Publication:
United States Connecticut New London.
Timothy Green is the only printer of record in New London in 1773.
Error in paging: page number 3 repeated.
Microfiche. [New York : Readex Microprint, 1985] 11 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. First series ; no. 42444a).
Cited in:
Bristol B3569
Shipton & Mooney 42444a
Johnson, H.A. New London, 967
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