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Author: Tompson, Benjamin, 1642-1714.
Title: New-England's tears for her present miseries, or, A late and true relation of the calamities of New-England since April last past with an account of the battel between the English and the Indians upon Seaconk plain, and of the Indians burning and destroying of Marlbury, Rehoboth, Chelmsford, Sudbury, and Providence : with the death of Antononies the grand Indian Sachem, and a relation of a fortification begun by women upon Boston Neck : together with an elegy on the death of John Winthrop Esq., late Governour of Connecticott, and fellow of the Royal Society / written by an inhabitant of Boston in New England to his friend in London.
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: New-England's tears for her present miseries, or, A late and true relation of the calamities of New-England since April last past with an account of the battel between the English and the Indians upon Seaconk plain, and of the Indians burning and destroying of Marlbury, Rehoboth, Chelmsford, Sudbury, and Providence : with the death of Antononies the grand Indian Sachem, and a relation of a fortification begun by women upon Boston Neck : together with an elegy on the death of John Winthrop Esq., late Governour of Connecticott, and fellow of the Royal Society / written by an inhabitant of Boston in New England to his friend in London.
Tompson, Benjamin, 1642-1714.

London: Printed for N.S., 1676.
Notes:
In verse.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Massachusetts -- Poetry.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A62913.0001.001

Contents
title page
A NARRATIVE OF New Englands PRESENT CALAMITIES.
Marlburies Fate.
Providences Fate.
Seaconk Plain Engagement.
Rehoboth's Fate.
Ʋpon the setting of that Occidental Star John Win∣throp Esq Governour of Connecticott Colony, Member of the Royal Society; who deceased in his Countreys Service 6 April 1676.
EPITAPHIUM
Chelmsfords Fate.
Sudburies Fate.
CELEUSMA MILITARE.
EPITAPHIUM.
The Indians threaten to Dine at Boston on our Election.
M. J. Antonomies the Grand Sachems Death.
On the Fortifications began by Women upon Boston Neck.