Religion and the Founding of the American Republic

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CATALOGUE OF OBJECTS IN THE EXHIBITION
AMERICA AS A RELIGIOUS REFUGE: THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY
Murder of David van der Leyen and Levina Ghyselins, Ghent, 1554. Engraving by J. Luyken, in T. J. V. Bracht (or Thieleman van Braght ), Het Bloedig Touneel De Martelaers Spiegel. . . . ( Amsterdam, 1685). Library of Congress (LC), Rare Book and Special Collections Division (RBSCD). (LC-USZ62-119890) (p. 2).
Mass murder of Huguenots, 1562. Lithograph in A. Challe, Histoire des Guerres du Calvinisme et de la ligue dans l'auxerrois, le sénonais et les autres contrées qui forment aujourd'hui le département de L'yonne ( Auxerre, 1863). LC, General Collections (GC).
Huguenots, as persecutors of Catholics. Engraving in Richard Verstegen , Théâtre des Cruautez des Hérétiques de notre temps ( Antwerp, 1607). Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C..
Execution and mutilation of John Ogilvie (Ogilby), S.J., Glasgow, Scotland, March 10, 1615. Engraving in Mathias Tanner , Societas Jesu usque ad sanguinis et vitae profusionem Militans. . . . ( Prague, 1675). LC, RBSCD (LC-USZ62-119891) (p. 4).
Protestants killed by Irish Catholics, 1641, in Matthew Taylor , England's Bloody Tribunal. . . . ( London, 1773). LC, RBSCD.
Jesuits persecuted in England, 1643-4, in Mathias Tanner, Die Gesellshafft Jesu biss zur vergiessung ihres Blutes. . . . ( Prague, 1683). LC, RBSCD.
Expulsion of the Salzburgers, 1731 (Die Freundliche Bewillkommung . . .). Engraving by David Böecklin ( Leipzig, 1732). New York Public Library.
Lutheran religious refugees fleeing Salzburg, Austria. Frontispiece engraving in ( Christopher Sancke?], Ausführliche Historie derer Emigranten oder Vertriebenen Lutheraner aus dem Erz-Bistum Salzburg ( Leipzig, 1732). Reformation Collection, LC, RBSCD (LC-USZ62-119892) (p. 5).
The burning of Master John Rogers. . . . in John Fox, The Third Volume of the Ecclesiastical History containing the Acts and Monuments of Martyrs. . . . ( London, 1684). LC, RBSCD.
The burning of Mr. John Rogers in The New England Primer Improved ( Boston, 1773). LC, RBSCD.
Richard Mather, copyprint of relief cut by John Foster, ca. 1670. American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Massachusetts.
Cottonus Matherus [ Cotton Mather], 1727. Mezzotint by Peter Pelham, 1728 (Restrike, 1860). LC, Prints & Photographs Division (P&P) (LC-USZC4-4597) (p. 6).
Cotton Mather, draft fragments of a sermon. Miscellaneous Manuscript Collection, LC, Manuscript Division (MSS) (p. 6).
The Bible and Holy Scriptures Conteyned in the Olde and Newe Testament. Translated according to the Ebrue and Greke, and conferred with the best translations in divers languages. . . . ( Geneva, 1560). Bible Collection, LC, RBSCD.
The Holy Bible Conteyning the Old Testament and the New (King James Bible), ( London, 1611). LC, RBSCD.
The General Laws and Liberties of the Massachusetts Colony: Revised and Reprinted ( Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1672). LC, Law Library, Rare Book Collection.
The Whole Booke of Psalmes Faithfully Translated into English Metre (The Bay Psalm Book). ( Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1640). LC, RBSCD.
The Holy Bible Containing the Old Testaments, translated into the Indian Language (the "Eliot Bible") ( Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1663). LC, RBSCD.
Roger Williams, The Bloody Tenent of Persecution, for cause of Conscience, discussed in a Conference between Truth and Peace. . . . ( 1644). LC, RBSCD.

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