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What river separates Pa. from What is that venerable oak now N. J.?

called ? Charter oak. Which way is Philadelphia from Where is it situated ? About 30 Trenton, Fairfield, Hartford, Wor- rods east of the South meetingcester and Portsmouth ? Almost house. exactly S. W. from each.

How long is it, since that oak Meaning of Philadelphiu? Bro

was the guardian of Ct. liberties? therly love.

What was the condition of New How much younger is Philadel- England under Andros ? phia than Charleston, S. C.? - By whom, relieved ? ihan New Haven ? -than New- Whom had William married ? port, R. I. ?

than Providence ? When did he invade England ? ihan Hartford ? than Boston ? At what place? than Salem ? than Dover ? Where is Torbay ? than Plymouth?

What measure did William comWhat decision against Ms. was pel James to adopt ? made in the high court in England, Near the beginning of what year, in 16847

was William proclaimed king of In whose hand, did this decision England ? place the government of Ms. ? Who had invited him to invade

Who procured this decision ? England ? A number of the leading

What were his feelings toward men in that country. the colonies ?

What complaint against the colonies, had Randolph made to the king?

Who was the king of England ? What was done by Charles, when CHAPTER XLII. - p. 79. Ms, refused to surrender her char

Manners, religion, commerce, Who succeeded Charles II. ? agriculture, manufactures, ed. In what year ? 1685.

ucation, foc. of the colonists What injury was soon inflicted during the second period. upon the other N. E. colonies ? Most of the charters were taken How many varieties of character away.

were found in the colonies, at the Who was soon sent over as gov- close of the second period ? ernor general of New England? What were they? Puritan,

Near the close of what year? | Dutch, and less rigid English. 1686.

To which class, belonged the Which colony was excepted from people of New England ? the jurisdiction of Andros?

In what writings, did they place Character of his administration implicit faith? at first? -afterwards ?

What colony prohibited the For what purpose, did Andrơs drinking of healihs ? visit Ct. in 1687 1

What colony prohibited costly How many soldiers attended apparel to the poor? him ?

What colony prohibited the use Why did not Andros take the of tobacco ? charter, after it was laid on the ta- In what colony were the man ble ?

ners Dutch ? Where was the charter secreted ? What did the people of N. Y - By whom?

most steadfastly pursue ?

ter ?

In what colony, were the third For what purpose, did they conbass?

voke councils? What rendered them more free Meaning of convoke?

- of counand voluptuous ?

cil ? - How far do they feel bound Why did some emigrate to Vir- to follow the advice of councils! ginia 1 - others ?

As far as it appears agreeable to What excellences were found the word of God. among the fathers of Virginia ? What is the use of having a

Of what religious sect were the council, if the parties are not bound Virginians ? Episcopalians. by their results ? By their prayers,

How much land in each borough, investigations and knowledge of was laid off for glebe ?

the scriptures, the council may Meaning of glebe?

throw great light upon dark and What is the most distinguishing difficuli cases. peculiarity of Episcopalians ? The What officers were there generopinion, that bishops only have ally in each church? authority to ordain men for the

Business of the pastor ?

- of the ministry.

teacher ? — of the ruling elder ? What ministers were prohibited How many ministers had been from preaching in Va. in 1642 ? settled in N. E in 1642 ?

Special object of the New Whence had they been driven? England planters ?

♡ In what year, was the first Of what religious sect were they synod in America ? in doctrine ? — in discipline ?

How long after the commenceWhat right did each church ment of the Pequot war? - before maintain ?

King Philip's war ? - before the Meaning of Congregationalists? secreting of Ct. Charter ? Those who hold, that each church In what town, was this synod ? has authority, under Christ, to dis- Present name of Newtown! cipline its own members, and man- Cambridge. - Meaning of synod ? age its own concerns, without being Who composed this synod ? controlled by any other persons. On whose account, was it called ?

Meaning of Calvinists? Those Who had attended her meetings! who understand the scriptures in Females only. general as Calvin did.

Into whai, was the colony diDo they profess to found their vided ? opinions upon Calvin's ? By no How many opinions did the symears; but they are called Calvin- nod condemn as erroneous ? ists, merely to denote their general Of what, was Mrs. Hutchinson system of belief.

convicted before the court in Nov.!

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culty in N. E. soon after its first

settlement. She came from Lin Mrs. Ann Hutchinson may be colnshire to Boston in 1636. She cousidered as the most distinguish- was an admirer of Mr. Cotton.ed of all our females. She seems The members of his church used lo have been the means of bringing to meet every week to repeat his che colony of Ms. to the brink of sermons, and discourse on doc. ruin. The following sketch of her trines. Mrs. Hutchinson set up is taken principally from Dr. Al meetings for women; and she soon ten's Biographical Dictionary. had a numerous audience. After

“Mrs. Ann Hutchinson, an art- repeating the sermons of Mr. Cotful woman, occasioned much diffi

ton, she added refections of her



What punishment was inflicted How many Quakers were exo apon her by the court ?

cuted in Ms. in 1659 ? Two. For what, was she excommuni- How many in 1660 ? Two. cated from the church in Boston ? With whát crimes, were they

Where did she go with her hus- charged ? “ Rebellion, sedition ana band, the next year ?

presumptuous intruding themselves, By whom, was she murdered ? after banishment upon pain of Where? In what year ? death."

What most important event took Who put a stop to the execuplace in 1643?

tion of Quakers in Ms. in 1661 ? Of what religious sect were the Charles II. Dutch at N. Y.

Where was the Cambridge Plat Most prevalent religion of Md. ? form composed and adopted ?

In what place, was formed the By whom? first Baptist church in this coun- What is the Cambridge. Plat

form ? A plan of church discipline. In what year?

To whai, does it relate? PrinciHow long after the Pequot war? | pally to the nature, formation, offi Who was their leader? Roger cers, powers, privileges and duties Williams.

of churches. What severe law was passed in From what, did the Synod proMs. against the Baptists, in 1651 ? fess to derive this platform ? The

How long after the formation of word of God. their church at Providence ?

By whom, was it adopted ? By Against what sect did Ms. pass most or all of the churches. severe laws in 1656. ?

What churches now regard it as How long was that, before the their constitution ? Very few, if settlement of Philadelphia ? any. own; she advocated erroneous sen- ted in the country. Mrs. Hutchintiments, and warped the discourses son, after this sentence of her opinof her minister to coincide with ions, was herself called before the her own opinions. She asserted, court, in Nov. of the same year, that believers are personally united and being convicted of traducing with the Spirit of God; that com- the ministers, and advancing er. mands to work out salvation belong rors, was banished the colony. only to such, as are under a cove- Her trial is published in the appennant of works; that sanctification dix of the second volume of Hutchis not a sufficient evidence of a inson's History of Ms. She disgood state; and she pretended to covers art, spirit and talents. The immediate revelation, respecting church in Boston excommunicated future events. She soon threw the her for many evils in her conversawhole colony into a flame. Those tion, as well as for corrupt opinions. who opposed her, were said to be She went with her husband, to in favor of a covenant of works; Rhode Island. In the year 1642, and those who supported her, were after her husband's death, she resaid to be vindicating a covenant moved into the Dutch country on

Long Island, beyond New Haven; The progress of her sentiments and the next year, she and all her occasioned the synod of 1637, the family, consisting of 16 persons, first synod in America. This con- were killed by the Indians, except vention of ministers condemned 82 ing one daughter, whom they car erroneous opinions, then propaga- | ried into captivity.

of grace.

With what country, did the For what classes, were schools colonies principally trade, during founded in New England ? the second period ?

How early? Principal articles of export, dur- For what classes, in the southern ing this period ?

colonies ? Meaning of peltry ?

For whose education, were 1500 To what, was the trade of Va. pounds collected in England in confined for 30 years ?

1619 ? When were African slaves first What place was selected for an introduced into New England ? Indian seminary?

How long after the Pequot war ? Where was Henrico ? At or

Of what grain did N. Y. export near the situation of Richmond. 60,000 bushels in 1678 ?

On what river, is Richmond ? How long was that after the com- Issue of these arrangements for mencement of Philip's war ? an Indian college ?

First business of the settlers ? To what college, were the funds

Of what, did they consider agri- given ? - How long after ? culture a source ?

How much money did the genWhy did not manufactures flour- eral court of Ms. appropriate for a ish during the second period ? The college in 1636 ? 400 pounds. people were principally occupied How long after the settlement of for defence and subsistence.

Salem ? of Boston ? Of what, were most of their build- Where was the college located ? ings made?

Meaning of locate ? Meaning of thatch?

Why was it located at New. Of what, were thatched buildings town? Because Mr. Shepard was in peculiar danger? Of being de- minister there. stroyed by fire.

Who was Mr. Shepard's predeWhat kind of a mill was the first cessor? Mr. Hooker. in N. E.?

Where had Mr. Hooker gone ? In what year was built the first In what year, was Newtown setvessel in Ms.? - Name?

tled ? In 1631. How long after the settlement Present name ? - Why so callof Salem ? -of Boston ?

ed? When was the first printing press What name was given to the established in this country? college ? - For whom? Where ? At Cambridge.

What legacy had he left it? What was first printed?

How many dollars are 8001. ? Whose version of the Bible was In what year, did Mr. H. die ? first printed in this country?

1638. In what language ? - How long Meaning of legacy? after the printing press was estab- In what year, was the first comlished at Cambridge ?

mencement at Cambridge ? Meaning of version ?

How long, after Newtown was Modes of travelling?

called Cambridge ? - after the PeWhat were the roads?

quot war ? - after the death of Mr. Population of the colonies at the Harvard ? - How long ago? close of the period of settlements ? What colonies besides Ms. con

What part did New England tributed to the funds of H. C.? rontain ? About one third.

To whom, was H. C. early deHow many times greater is the voted ? TO CHRIST AND THE population of N. E. now, in 1839? CHURCH? About thirty times.

What is probably the most re

markable literary phenomenon, that CHAPTER XLIII. - p. 90. has ever appeared ? Harvard Col. lege.

THIRD PERIOD. Who are under special obligations to the early benefactors of

Revolution in England. - Chan this institution ? All our citizens,

ters resumed or renewed. and every person in the world, who enjoys any considerable degree of By what, is the third period discivil or religious liberty.

tinguished 1 - Year of its comOn the brink of what, did our mencement !- of its termination ? forefathers often tremble, during Length ? the second period ?

How long was its commenceCan you mention some of the ment after the discovery of San most remarkable deliverances that Salvador ? - after the settlement God granted our forefathers during of Jamestown? ibis period ?

How were the New England To whose welfare, did they look colonies affected with the news of forward ?

William's accession ? What government was produced Why was the news peculiarly by puritanic manners in N. E.? pleasing to the people of Ms. ?

What influence did this govern- They had greatly exposed themment return upon the manners of selves, by seizing and confining the people ?

Andros and about 50 of his friends.

What proclamation did William make, when he entered England? +



circulated, that a massacre was

intended in Boston, by the governCapture and imprisonment of Andros and his friends.

or's guards. This was sufficient

to kindle the indignation of the The increasing tyranny of An- people to a flame. Multitudes flew dros at length became intolerable. io Boston. On the morning of His violent dealings returned upon April 181h, the streets of the capi. his own head.

were alive, and resounding When William entered England, with men and boys, carrying guns, he published a printed proclama clubs, &c. vociferating, To arms! tion, that he came to deliver the to arms! Poor Andros, with about people from the tyranny of James. 50 of his principal partisans, had A copy of this proclamation was the early precaution to flee to the brought to Boston by a Mr. Wins-fort, probably at Fort Hill. Here low, in the fore part of April, 1689. at about 4 P. M. they were sum

This was an offence, that Andros moned to surrender, by those who could not overlook. Winslow was had been magistrates in the days imprisoned, “for bringing a trai- of freedom, having now resumed torous and treasonable libel into their office. This summons was the country.” Fearing, that the refused; and it is wonderful, that libel might prove


messenger the. infuriated patriots did not inof death to his tyranny, Andros stantly attack the fort, and destroy issued a proclamation, requiring the tyrant and his fifty Another officers and soldiers to be prepared demand was soon made; and Anto repel any forces, that William dros and his crew came forth, and might send against this country. delivered themselves up to the At the same time, a rumor was mercy of those, whom they had so

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