Source Problems in English History

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World History

8.

Winthrop’s Journal.

I, page 116.

[Dec., 1633.] After much deliberation and serious advice, the Lord directed the teacher, Mr. Cotton, to make it clear by the scripture that the minister’s maintenance, as well as all other charges of the church, should be defrayed out of a stock, or treasury, which was to be raised out of the weekly contribution; which accordingly was agreed upon.

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Page 144.

[1634.] One Abigail Gifford, widow, being kept at the charge of the parish of Wilsden in Middlesex, near London, was sent by Mr. Ball’s ship into this country, and being found to be sometimes distracted, and a very burdensome woman, the governor and assistants returned her back, by warrant 18, to the same parish, in the ship Rebecca.

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Chicago: "Winthrop’s Journal.," Source Problems in English History in Source Problems in English History, ed. Albert Beebe White and Wallace Notestein (New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1915), 278–279. Original Sources, accessed July 22, 2024, http://originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=ZVL5HC34MR9LGSW.

MLA: . "Winthrop’s Journal." Source Problems in English History, in Source Problems in English History, edited by Albert Beebe White and Wallace Notestein, New York, Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1915, pp. 278–279. Original Sources. 22 Jul. 2024. http://originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=ZVL5HC34MR9LGSW.

Harvard: , 'Winthrop’s Journal.' in Source Problems in English History. cited in 1915, Source Problems in English History, ed. , Harper & Brothers Publishers, New York, pp.278–279. Original Sources, retrieved 22 July 2024, from http://originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=ZVL5HC34MR9LGSW.