New American Supplement To The Latest Edition Of The Encyclopædia Britannica Ed. Under The Personal Supervision Of Day Otis Kellog Illustrated ... Portraits And Other Engravings Volume 3
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1897 edition. Excerpt: ...In 1634 she removed to New England. Her doctrine was that those who were in the covenant of grace were entirely freed from the covenant of works. She gave lectures twice a we...
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ere well attended. Her adherents were called "Antinomians," and included many prominent men, as Sir Henry Vane, the governor, and the powerful preacher Cotton. Boston was soon divided into two hostile theological camps. Mrs. Hutchinson was then tried for heresy and sedition and banished from Massachusetts, with several of her followers. She then bought, for forty fathoms of wampum, the island of Aquidneck from the Narragansett Indians, and founded the town of Portsmouth. After the death of her husband in 1642, she left Rhode Island and settled upon some land to the west of Stamford, Connecticut, then supposed to be within the territory of the New Netherlands. There, in the following year, she was cruelly murdered by Indians, together with her family, sixteen victims in all. HUTTON, Frederick Remsen, an American mechanical engineer; born in New York City, May 28, 1853; was educated in Columbia College and in the mining school of the same institution; received an instructorship and was assigned in 1891 to the professorship of mechanical engineering of the School of Mines. He did much work for the government, especially in 1880-82, when he prepared census monographs on machine-tools, woodworking machines, steampumps and pumping-engines. He was elected secretary of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers in 1883. HUTTON, Laurence, an American author; born in New York City, Aug. 8, 1843. He was educated in New York and spent' part of each year abroad; wrote for the press from an early age, and contributed much to periodicals. He was for some time...