1838 SALEM Witch Trials Connecticut Blue Laws 1650 New Haven Quakers Witchcraft

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This incredible 19th-century record of the Blue Laws of New Haven was a direct correlation to cases during the Salem Witch Trials.

 

The Blue Laws of the Colony of Connecticut, as distinct from the generic term “blue laws” that refers to any laws regulating activities on Sunday, were the initial statutes set up by the Gov. Theophilus Eaton with the assistance of the Rev. John Cotton in 1655 for the Colony of New Haven, now part of Connecticut. After the laws were approved, they were printed in London, England, in 1656 and distributed to households in New Haven.

 

This specific volume features the following contents and laws:

  • Laws punishing Quakers, &c. in 1657
  • Laws of New Plymouth Colony, &c. 1627
  • Capital laws of New Plymouth
  • Criminals
  • Civil laws of New Plymouth
  • Extracts from laws of New Plymouth
  • Trial of Rev. Roger Williams
  • Record of Connecticut in 1636
  • Saybrook Platform, 1708
  • Declaration against Popery, &c.
  • Extracts from Connecticut records
  • Capital laws of Connecticut in 1642
  • Blue laws of Peters
  • Eaton’s blue laws
  • Blue laws of Virginia
  • Blue laws of Barbadoes
  • Blue laws of Maryland
  • Blue laws of New York
  • Blue laws of South Carolina
  • Cornelius Van Ruyven &c. embassy
  • Shaker’s exposition
  • Witchcraft

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1838 SALEM Witch Trials Connecticut Blue Laws 1650 New Haven Quakers Witchcraft

 

This incredible 19th-century record of the Blue Laws of New Haven was a direct correlation to cases during the Salem Witch Trials.

 

The Blue Laws of the Colony of Connecticut, as distinct from the generic term “blue laws” that refers to any laws regulating activities on Sunday, were the initial statutes set up by the Gov. Theophilus Eaton with the assistance of the Rev. John Cotton in 1655 for the Colony of New Haven, now part of Connecticut. After the laws were approved, they were printed in London, England, in 1656 and distributed to households in New Haven.

 

This specific volume features the following contents and laws:

  • Laws punishing Quakers, &c. in 1657
  • Laws of New Plymouth Colony, &c. 1627
  • Capital laws of New Plymouth
  • Criminals
  • Civil laws of New Plymouth
  • Extracts from laws of New Plymouth
  • Trial of Rev. Roger Williams
  • Record of Connecticut in 1636
  • Saybrook Platform, 1708
  • Declaration against Popery, &c.
  • Extracts from Connecticut records
  • Capital laws of Connecticut in 1642
  • Blue laws of Peters
  • Eaton’s blue laws
  • Blue laws of Virginia
  • Blue laws of Barbadoes
  • Blue laws of Maryland
  • Blue laws of New York
  • Blue laws of South Carolina
  • Cornelius Van Ruyven &c. embassy
  • Shaker’s exposition
  • Witchcraft

 

Item number: #15511

Price: $499

 

HINMAN, R.R.

 

The blue laws of New Haven Colony, usually called blue laws of Connecticut : Quaker laws of Plymouth and Massachusetts, blue laws of New York, Maryland, Virginia, and South Carolina : first record of Connecticut : interesting extracts from Connecticut records, cases of Salem witchcraft, charges and banishment of Rev. Roger Williams, &c., and other interesting and instructive antiquities

 

Hartford : Printed by Case, Tiffany & Co., 1838.

 

Details:

  • Collation: Complete with all pages
    • x, 336
  • Language: English
  • Binding: Hardcover; tight & secure
  • Size: ~7.75in X 5in (19.5cm x 12.5cm)

 

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15511

Categories

Americana, American History

Law & Government

Authors

HINMAN, R.R.

Printing Date

19th Century

Language

English

Binding

Hardcover

Book Condition

Excellent

Collation

Complete