Ievves in America, or, Probabilities that the Americans are of that race. With the removall of some contrary reasonings, and earnest desires for effectuall endeavours to make them Christian.
Thorowgood, Thomas, d. ca. 1669.
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JEWES IN AMERICA, OR Probabilities that the Americans be Jewes: From

Part. 1.
Six severall con∣jectures.
  • Generall Introduction. Chap. 1.
  • 1. Conjecture. Their own acknowledgement. Ch. 2.
  • 2. Rites and customes in both alike, Common cere∣monies such, Chap. 3. and solemn. Ch. 4.
  • 3. Their words and manner of speech, as the Iewes, Chap. 5.
  • 4. Their man-devouring. Ch. 6.
  • 5. They have not yet been Gospellized. Ch. 7.
  • 6. Their calamicies, as 28. Deut. Ch. 8.
Part 2.
Some contrary reasonings remo∣ved.
  • 1. In the Generall. Ch. 1.
  • 2. Particularly, How,
    • 1. The Jewes should get into America. Chap. 1.
    • 2. So few empeople that great part of the world. Ch. 3.
    • 3. Become so predigiously bar∣barous. Chap. 4.
Part. 3.
Earnest de∣sires for hearty endeavours to make them Christian.
  • 1. To the Planters.
    • 1. Cause of their removall. Chap. 1.
    • 2. Hope of the Natives Conversion. Chap 2.
    • 3. Directions to it. Chap. 3.
    • 4. Cautions about it. Chap. 4.
  • 2. To the English there.
    • 1. In behalfe of the Planters, aspersions wiped off. Chap. 5. & 6.
    • 2. Towards the Natives conversion.
      • 1. Motives. Chap. 7.
      • 2. Helps. Chap. 8.
      • 3. Encouragements from our Countrymens pious endeavours there. Ch. 9.
      • 4. And the successe thereof upon the In∣dians. Ch. 10.