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The new Pilgrim's progress; or the pious Indian convert. Containing a faithful account of Hattain Gelashmin, a Heathen, who was baptis'd into the Christian Faith by the Name of George James, and by that means brought from the Darkness of Paganism, to the Light of the Gospel, of which he afterwards became an able and worthy Minister. Together with a Narrative of his laborious and dangerous Travels among the Savage Indians for their Conversion; his many Sufferings and miraculous Deliverances, and the wonderful Things which he saw in a Vision. Publish'd for the Instruction of Mankind in general, but more particularly for the Impenitent and Unreformed. By James Walcot, A.M.

  • Walcot, James.
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MDCCXLVIII. [1748]
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London : printed for M. Cooper, in Pater-Noster-Row; W. Owen, at Homer's Head, Temple-Bar, and R. Goadby, at Yeovil, Somersetshire, MDCCXLVIII. [1748]

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[2],316p. ; 120.

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References note

ESTC T99323

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Facsimile. New York, NY Garland Pub., 1974. (The Flowering of the Novel).

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