- Dates of Publication and/or Sequential Designation:
- Limited edition: v.1-3, 200 copies each; v.4, 5, and 6, 170, 130, and 160 copies respectively.
Chiefly reprints, including reproductions of the title-pages, of the original editions of the works of Roger Williams.
Additional writings of Roger Williams added to the Narragansett edition to make a complete set of his works; also reprinted with the original 6 vols. under the title The complete writings of Roger Williams.
v.1. Biographical introduction, by R.A. Guild. A key into the language of America, ed. by J.H. Trumbull. Lettr of John Cotton and Roger Williams's reply, ed. by R.A. Guild. 1866.--v.2. John Cotton's answer to Roger Williams, ed. by J.L. Diman. Queries, of highest consideration, ed. by R.A. Guild. 1867.--v.3. The bloody tenent of persecution, ed. by S.L. Caldwell. 1867.--v.4. The bloody tenent yet more bloody, ed. by S.L. Caldwell.--v.5. George Fox digg'd out of his burrowes, ed. by J.L. Diman. 1872.--v.6. The letters of Roger Williams, 1632-1682. Now first collected. Ed. by J.R. Bartlett. 1874.
- Special Numbering:
- No more published.
- Reproduction Note:
- Microform. Chicago, Library Resources, 1972. 4 microfiches ; 8 x 13 cm. Reduction ratio varies. (Library of American civilization).
Microform. Ann Arbor, Mich., University Microfilms, 1970. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (American culture series)
- Complexity Note:
- [Supplement] the complete writings of Roger Williams, vol. 7, edited with an essay in interpretation by Perry Miller, New York, Russell & Russell, 1963.
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