The Revolution in New England justified, and the people there vindicated from the aspersions cast upon them by Mr. John Palmer, in his pretended answer to the Declaration, published by the inhabitants of Boston, and the country adjacent, on the day when they secured their late oppressors, who acted by an illegal and arbitrary commission from the late King James [electronic resource].

[London?] : Printed for Joseph Brunning at Boston in New-England., 1691.
Early American imprints. First series ; no. 575.
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Palmer, John, 1650-1700? Present state of New-England impartially considered.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728. Declaration, of the gentlemen, merchants, and inhabitants of Boston, and tghe countrey adjacent. April 18th. -- 1689.
Andros, Edmund, Sir, 1637-1714.
Massachusetts -- Politics and government -- To 1775.
Great Britain -- History -- Revolution of 1688.
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United States Massachusetts Boston.
England London.
"Sabin attributes the authorship to Increase Mather, but he probably had nothing to do with it. Deane says it is by Sir Edmund Andros. Isaiah Thomas, in his reprint in 1773, says it is by Several gentlemen who were of the Council. 'To the reader' is signed E.[dward] R.[awson] and S.[amuel] S.[ewall]."--Evans.
Shipton and Mooney give London as place of printing.
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Evans 575
Wing (2nd edition) R376
Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.
Andros, Edmund, Sir, 1637-1714.
Rawson, Edward, 1615-1693.
Sewall, Samuel, 1652-1730.
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